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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 26, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper tot flw ROOM h e News pop e r T h o t M q Ve A11 No r t h I o w a n s N e i g h b o r s HOME EDITION VOt AMoeUtod ud OmtM PTMB MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 24 ItSt a Cow Two 14 by Firms Dented One Mans A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO WOL Amei W WTAD QuUcj Tfcor WSOL Ctty Sal Home Rule for Capital City PEOPLE in the Columbia who want Home Rule know how frustrated the people of Hawaii felt for a dec ade or r e the islands were admitted statehood It was i case of promise followed byfailure to deliver promise The word out of Washington is that the entry into Ihe union of Alaska and Hawaii have buoyed the hopes qf the several h u n d red thousand disenfran chised residents of the 69square mile area designated more than a century and a half ago as the seat ofrpur federal government be an outright mis representation however to leave the impression that all dwellers in the District of Co lumbia want home rule The truth is that some of them feel as strongly againstthe granting of suffrage to Washingtonians as proponents of home rule feel for the granting of suffrage Let me come backCto that A fact rather generaDy forgot ten is that the District of Colum bia experienced selfrule si one sortu or another for about half of its corporate For a time it even f ha3 delegate inthe Hpuse THE INTENT of the founding fathers concerning matter was set forth in Art 1 Sect 8 of the constitution as follows The Congress shall have 13 Dead on Roads AP Photofax NOBEL Jaro slav sf 68yearold Czech has a Nobel prize in f or developing polarographic method lo analyze o complicated Two Americans Dr Emilio Segre and Dr Owens Cham berlain of Ihe Universily of California shared the physics prize Snow in Weather Outlook who still hoping for ajt leasta glimmer of the areas traditionally beau tiful autumn arein for continued bad news Theweatherman has nothing 1 to offer but i snow iai A light snow mixed with rain fell at Dubuqiie Monday as the mercury clung to the 30s snow was forecast for northern counties Monday night Cooler weather and occasional I n Another Blot on Record Thirteen persons died of traf fie accident injuries over to weekend asthe slaughter on limahighways continued Thefigure boosted the 1959 death toll to 549 80 more than were killed at the same time a year ago A crackdown by Safety Com mission Director Donald Station apparently did litlle to slow the tragic traffic death Stalton last week an nounced all weekend days ofl for highway patrolmen had been canceled in order to have the patrols full strength of 275of ficers on the highways Station said 82 persons had been killed in traffic accidents the previous two weekends and said he was sickened by the figure TWO DUBUQUE youths Dunlap couple were killed in separate onecar accidents Harold G Benda 20 arid Dennis Bausch 21 died when a car driven by Benda missed a curve and crashed into boulders onHighway 52 three miles south of r Mr and Wrightjin their r night vvhen iheir car left aJc Kaiser Off on Its Own Deals With the Union WE FOUND YOU YOU RASCAL than 100 joined in the search forthe boy became Robert Kenneth Sterile 13 both lost while deer hunting brother and father the younger boy was found safe after spending two He was numb from the coldand famished but other days and mghts in the wilds More wise OK Mason City Snow colder night lows 528 Oc snow continued 46 Winds power legislarain was the order of Monday lion in all cases whatsoever over and the rains weredue lo con the Unitec such District as may by cession of and accept ance become the seat of the government of The cession of land anticipated in this was by Virginia and Maryland with George Wash ington writing the ticket Mary lands Georgetown and Vir ginias Alexandria were included in the original tract but thes lat ter Alexandria managed to get out when the slavery tion arose in acute form within the District of Columbia This paragraph in tution cloaked Congress with broad powers It could either grant or withhold voting rights for residents of the national cap ital site Theyve had it both suffrage 70 years without it 85 or 90 tinue Monday night eventually turning to snow High winds were likely PRECIPITATION tyAS wide spread but generally light in the 24 hours ended early Monday Rainfall reports included Cedar Rapids 36 of an inch Mason City Sioux City 17 Daven port and Waterloo 12 and Du buque 10 of an inch Other points reported lesser amounts Sundays highest temperatures ranged from only 38 degrees at Cedar Rapids up to 59 at Council Bluffs Mason City had 42 The outlook for Tuesday morn ing is for readings ranging from 28 degrees in the north to the middle 30s inthe southland a continuation of the colder wea er through the day AN UNSEASONABLY EARLY EVENTS preceding and fol lowing adoption of Ihe Constitu tion suggest that the real ob ject of selling apart a federal district was to forestall conflicts between state and federal inter ests There is no evidence of a wish to deny local residents the right to manage their own af fairs That wish came laterand was part and parcel of the racial question After John Adams second president took up residence in the newCily of Washington in November 1800 there was a quick granting of a charter cil of two chambers and a mayor appointed bythe President Jur isdiction covered only Washing ton proper Alexandria and Georgetown retained their au tonomy Later the mayor too was named by popular vote As time went by feeling over slavery was reflect ed in the Districts regime Washington was more southern than northern in ils sentiments but when the Whigs won the antislavery influence prevailed on and about Capitol Hill Alex andria was able to return to Vir ginia by legislative invitation and Congressional approval A MOVE fN CONGRESS to abolish slavery in the district missed by a hair in 1840 Slave trade but not slavery itself was forbidden in 1850 Washing ton became a convenient gather ing place for freed Negroes After the emancipation procla JBtiion former slaves poured CONTINUED ON PACi 2 i inches of the while stuff in east ern North Dakota northern Min nesota and northwest Wisconsin Upper Michigan and northern Wisconsin residenls soughl lo dig out from up to a foot of show that piled upduring the week end In Upper Michigan 130 long distance telephone circuits still were but of service The 12inch fall was recorded at Crandon Wis At Marquette there was nine inches of snowon the ground An inch of snow was reported as far Weather Bureau said the Chi icago area was getting its first measurable fall Lawyer Bribes LAS VEGAsi Nov fVVerne Lawyer and Vivian Jury were married hero Sunday Hes 36 shes 27 and theyre both from Des Lawyers occupation You guessed it Hes an attorney William Beimers 55 night po liceman In Sioiix Center who was killed Sunday night when he was struck by a car on High way 75 two miles north of Sioux Center Beimers had followed a car out of town to advise the driver his4 lights had failed with the driver Beimers stepped into the oppo site lane of traffic and was struck by a car driven by John Vegte 19 Rock Valley GENE SAYLOR 28 Plover who died Saturday night of in juries suffered when his motor cycle collided with a car driven by Dwight Sellers 16 Mallard on a county road at the west edge of Plover George Otto Haley 50 Irving ton who was fatally injured Saturday night when his car col lided with a pickup truck driven by Eugene E Hofuss Ottesen The accident occurred at a rur al intersection about five miles west of Algoria Clarence C Culbertspn 67 and Norman Dale Reinhart 23 both of Marshalltown died as a result of a collision on High contin Russian Doctor Puts 2nd Heart in to Try It on Humans TTT becoming 35 jc ment hearts lor victims of hearl ing south night lotfs rnid20 north to mid 30s Mostly colder Tuesday with some snow continuing east highs to 5 Increasing north erly winds Monday evening reaching 3545 miles an hour and continuing east Tuesday Further 11 o o k Partly cloudy and rather cold Wed nesday Minnesota Flurries c o I d e r Highs Tuesday in 30s t Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the fiveday period will av erage near normal Afternoon high temperatures will aver age from the mid 50s in the north to the upper 50s in the south Early morning will average from the mid 30s in the north to the upper 30s in the south Cool first part of week with a warming trend latter part of the week Very little if any precipitation in western Iowa while eastern f a periments jbe i Demikhpv who has attracted the attention of the medical Fifth Man Held in Indictment of Mail Fraud DES MQINES fifth Des Moines man has been arrested n a mail fraud indictment charging the men with obtaining money through a house resur acing scheme Arrested Sunday was Donald 42 He is one of 10 men indicted Friday by a Federal Court grand jury in Davenport on 23 counts of mail fraud Ar rested Saturday were Archie M Knight 51 Lester W Snell 49 tester D Davis 29 and Thomas J McDonald 48 all of Des Moines world recent rmonths with his dogs announced the oper ation on humans On Oct 16 and 23 the doctor completed grafting on two stray dogs named An drei and Svetlana diseased heart or replace die a tf a i spa i said We may beable to vgiv the heart of a young an old man and thus life Or we could stop people from of heart attack when they are are still i He said he hopes to try same operation on one of the1 hasperformed 21 head grafting nany persons who have VolunUexPenments whch a eered the end of is atiacned to a and year or the beginning of next both heads continue to live and HE INTENDS TO attach the spare heart to the patients sys tem by his own grafting process The heart will remain outside the patients body until Demik hov is sure it is working then function was in his laboratory Monday A huge black doghad the brown fuzzy head of a puppy grafted to his The twinheart dogs showed no effects of the operation other than a bandage where the will be inserted inside thebody cision had been made It will either ease the load on Work Resumes at Swift Plants CHICAGO WJ Nearly meatpacking employes idled Postal Inspector D D Dugganjfor seven weeks by a s trike have voted lo relurn lo work Dogs will notbe used in an other unprecedented operation Demikhov plans He hopes to graft a leg from a dead person on to a young woman who los one of her legs in an accident Demikhov said he can not gei animals to remain still enough for the operation and must try i on humans without a prelimi way 14 seven Marshalltown miles north of Culbertson was killed outright in the Sunday crash and Reinhart died Mon VERNON Rhodes who died of injuries suffered Sunday on Highway 234 just east of Rhodes when his car left the highway and rolled several times Mrs Dennis Oxley 19 of MacksbUrg a 10 days who was injured fatally when a car driven by her husband struck an embankment at a gravel road intersection three miles south of Macksburg i Gary Peterson 20dayold son of Mr and Mrs Don C Peter son died Saturday of injuries Buffered when a car driven By Mrs Pelerson went out of control on a county road near Northboro Richard Kerr Davenport who was falally injured Friday night in a threecar crash in downtown Davenport sections precipitation will avSaid more arrests would be erage from 75 to over an inchmade soon Names of the olherj occurring as rain or snowjjve men indicted have not been at 37 Swift Co plants mostly M o n d a y night nary trial Tuesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum 42 Minimum 35 At 8 39 Precipitation 19 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Minimum Precipilalion 50 36 trace District Attorney Roy Stephenson said the men sold exterior home resurfacing ma at least 36 persons most of them elderly women in the Midwest Therindictment charges that the prices charged for the ma terialswere exorbitant that the firm used s an address a tel ephone answering and that fraudulent claims were made about the durability and appearance of the product day a union nounced spokesman an The union spokesman said locals of the Amalgamated Meat Cullers and Butcher Workmen and the Uniled Packinghouse Workers of America voted Fri day Saturday and Sunday to ratify a tentative agreement reached Thursday night The agreement calls for wage increases ranging from to 15 cents an hour over a twoyear period plus improved fringe benefits Navys Bean Soup Honors to Norfolk MEMPHIS Tehn M Who serves the best bean soup in S Navy Its the Naval Air Station at judges decided over the week end in the third Operation Bean Soup contest Cooks on the destroyer Philip operating out of Pearl Harbor came in second SAME IOWA SAFETY DEf FICDUU Funds Gut Off So Committee Resigns WASHINGTON UPI The White House announced Monday that all 13 members of the In lerhalional Development Advis ory Board have resigned be cause Congress cut for the group The board consisting of prominent Americans was named byPresident Eisenhow er last February to examine the spending of the International Co operation Administration which handles foreign aid AIR LAUNCHED MISSILE A B47 jet bomber high Cape Canaveral into the vicin PITTSBURGH W1 Kaiser Steel Corp Monday broke away from industrywide negotiations in the 104day steel strike and announced it would bargain sep arately with the United Steel workers Union Edgar P Kaiser the corpora tions board chairman made the announcement in Washington after the industry had announced that Kaiser had reached a separate agreement with the union An assistant to fCaiser later denied that any agreement had been reached Union negotiators met separ ately Monday with 95 other firms AP announcement that Kai s the nations 12lh largest steel producer had reached agreement with the union was signed by the 11 other major steel firms It did not say how that the agreement had jeen signed Kaiser had been a member of the 12 steel firms aargairiing as a BY ITSELF Kaisers stato ment did not deny that Kaiser dad reached agreement but in stead explained why hehad de cided to bargain separately Later N 6 r m a nNicholson assistant to Kaiser agreed to clarify the situation He denied that any agreement had been reached and added that negotia tions would begin in Washington Monday Others of the industry said Kaisers bolt from the ranks would not alter their position to resistwhat Ihey called an infla ionary wage increase Kaiser which employes 115 of the halfmillion Uniled Sleelwbrkers produces nearly ingot tons of steel a fear two per cent of the na iohal output We believe the decision to aargain separately with the union is the only responsible tep we can take in the face of mounting national emergency aused by this 104day Kaiser said in his statement DAYS ho continued we advised the in dustry we would stand with the industry until 6 Oct 25 and if we were not convinced at that time that a settlement was near we would start separate The surprise move came as the big producers who have been coordinating negotiations efforts were reported ready to make new money concessions to settle the strike Kaiser had been included in the coordinat ing group AH of the peace efforts are going on against a background realization that a TaftHaitley njunction presently inactive jecause of a union appeal could go into effect anytime and end the strike at least for 80 days The U S Third Circuit Court at Philadelphia is studying the appeal A decision will be given at 4 Tuesday The U S District Court in Pitts burgh issued the injunction last week It is expected that the Circuit Court decision will be appealed to the U S Supreme Court which ever way the ruling goes Once before USW President David J McDonald succeeded in getting negotiations Broken down to the company level On the Inside Editorials Pago 4 Comics Socloty Mows Moson Sports Cloar Lako Latest North Iowa Mows M i HEADS GROCERS DES MOINES UPI Emu Rinderspacher Osceola Iowa takes off with a new twostage rocket attached to the Explorer VI satellite are The first test of the Martinbuilt missile feasibility of launching ballistic mis wasmade earlier this month when one was fired siles from aircraft was elected president of president of the the Iowa Retail Food Dealers   

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