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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                AP Photofax PATIENT AT WORK Vice President Richard treatment of an infected left knee A sand bag Nixon dictates campaign speech drafts to his execu weighted traction device which is attached to Nixons tive secretary Rosemary Woods at Walter Reed leg can be seen at the foot of the bed Nixon in addi Hospital at Washington D CThe Republican presi tion to polishing up campaign speeches also con dential candidate entered the hospital Monday for ferred with aides by telephone from his hospital bed suspension iver licenses sought of By HARRISON WEBER DES MOINES IDPA The Iowa Safety Department may ask the next Legislature for legislation to enable it to in definitely suspend a persons drivers license State safety commissioner Donald Dan Station was quick to point out this would be done only as a last resort and even then only in extreme cases Station also emphasized the sus pension would be subject to re view not only by the safety department but also by the courts Statton expressed the belief the safety department should be able to take some drastic action against the person who compiles an ord suspended or revoked a total seven times 3 A 30YEAROLD njan has 14 convictions on h i s driving record in the past seven years including four for reckless driv ing He too has had a number of accidents four to be exact He has paid in fines and has outlandish bad driving rec THE MAXIMUM period a per sons license can be suspended or rev o k e d now is one year Only e x c eption is for physically or mentally in c o mpetence After that if a person passes the eye writ ten and driv ing tests and can meet the financial reWEBER sponsibility laws the depart ment is required to issue a li cense To substantiate his case Stat ton cited the following exam ples All three were picked at random from the departments bad driving records 1 A youth 20yearsold racked up 13 convictions since been jailed 15 days as a result of his bad driving habits His li cense has been suspended or re voked six Statton laws as times termed the present He said less than one per cent of the states motorists fall in this ex tremely bad category On the other hand Im afraid if we dont get the authority to slop these fellows they are go ing to kill people said Statton In fact he continued there are some drivers in this bad driving category who have been involved in fatal accidents who are still driving Station said it is rather ob vious that the people with the worst driving records are dan gerous drivers to have on the road The safety commissioner said his department is considering legislation to curb these really bad drivers He said one thought is to suspend a person indefinite ly subject to review upon his re quest The department would then give a special psychological test to see if he had changed his driving attitudes If he passed this test the department would issue a license and give him an other try TITAN LAUNCHED I CAPE CANAVERAL Fla hasjThe Air Force has fired its sec ond successful operational pro Union election ordered at poultry plant WASHINGTON represented by the United Pack inghouse Workers of America In a split decision the NLRB ruled that the election would in clude seasonal workers but not socalled casual workers Board member Philip Ray Rodgers dissented from the ma jority opinion by Stephen S Bean and Joseph A Jenkins in regard to inclusion of seasonal workers The company had asked thai seasonal workers be excluded However the majority held that the seasonal employes have a reasonable expectation of sub stantial future employment and have sufficient interest in em UPI Thejployment conditions to justify Seventh Iowas new historical museumdedicated IOWA CITY State and Local History isfast catching up with our bound Bill Petersen calls it a holding its annual conmitionnewspapers Petersen said seventh heaven here Wednesday through microfilm lit dailies and It was dedicated about so weeklies the new with furnish indication of the centennial All this is in conformity of in field with ings and equipment home of theibuildhiK brings the the objective of the State Historical Society of Iowa iKreatest collection of state andpreserve authentic records Petersen is the historians ever assemhled1 Iowas past for historian and of the society and a mainspring jn comments Petersen on crested in the effort to erect the newthis Members from all over the centennial building United States and Canada are Its the seventh heaven for the fourday program Bill because its the seventh Clifford L Lord Columbia IHi home the society has had in New York is president 103 years and its one of thejf he state and local history most efficiently planned constructed edifices of its kind the countrv Aug 31 I960 1 GlobaGazettt Maton City Candidate files for school board papers for John Hayes as a candidate for the A 1 o n a Community School Bord have been filed with Mrs Inez Wolfe board sec retary The directors term is for three years The election date is Monday Sept 12 The final day for filing candidates is noon Friday Perry Collins who has held Interest in hat general grows steadily and the mem1 the position of director since bership of the State 1W8is not a candidate of Iowa with it It iSociety ordoubled in I The dedication luncheon Wed mesday and centennial dinner THATS ONE of the reasons cveninfc were sell that the American Association oulsAn Iowaborn author Mac Kinlay K a n t o r is dinner speaker Originally the hope of the State Historical Society of Iowa was to break ground for this now one century after the society was estab lished by law in Iowa City now more with it since 7 There than 5dOO has for reelection He is presently serving as president of the arehoard a position he also filled several times in the past Damage suit III Kossuth court Jane Mulli gan Bancroft has filed a suit for damages in Kossuth County District Court here in the BUT THE FIRST shovelful of earth was not actually turned until June 7 1958 by Sam T Morrison Iowa City society president amount of against lin R Geercies Mar Six years of effort went the the into of It culminationdedication new fivelevel building measures 74 feet by 110 an According to the pet ion jkc a lwostorv structu has been mjured and it ias cvols jn in that sum due to her busbasomcnt and O i A L OF THE WEEK 98e VALUE bands injuries in an auto ac cident A vehicle owned by Marlin R Geerdes and driven by Lee J Geerdes collided with an auto driven by Mrs Mulligans husband Aithur May 13 It is claimed in the 1959 second floor all Petersen tistics The new two levels on tl An elevator serve reels off these si building has Hire times as much space as II petitionipresenl homo of thc that Mulligan was severely and is airconditioned safeguard the rare books mam c scripts newspapers and ollii documents which make up 1 societys collodion valued millions of dollnrs in sentimen and possible replacement cost permanently injured in crash The driver of the other vehicle is charged with care lessness and negligence According to the petition due National Labor Relations Board1tneir inclusion in the unit Tuesday ordered a collective bargaining election among em ployes of the P G Gray Egg It ordered the election should cover all production and main tenance employes including the to her husbands condition since the mishap Mrs Mulligan has been deprived of normal family relationship and companion ship in dancing bowling swim ming and other forms of rec reation The mental attitude of her husband is affected also Since the accident he has a tendency to brood over physi cal condition financial difficul ties and future prospects Mrs Mulligan claims WE NOW HAVE 8000 books Petersen added Tl building will hold 100000 VV now have 30000 manuscript We can accommodate more tint double that have 11000 papers The hold 27000 number We no volumes of news new building wi In and Poultry Processing plantiseasonal employes but excluding plaintiff demands judg at Estherville Iowa The election will determine whether employes want to be casual employes office and cler1 ment for the total amount in ical employes guards and all the matter which will be heard supervisors later in district court an attempt to conserv space and for various othe reasons the Jowa society ha been microfilming material ularly Our microfilm material i 1957 including six for speeding itotype of the Titan intercontin He has paid a total of S228 injental range missile A powerful fines and has been jailed series Titan propelled by days He has also been involved modified engines flew a 5000 in three accidents during course down the Atlantic period His license has been sus pended twice once for 30 days and the second time for 60 days 2 In six years a 22yearold from central Iowa has collected 16 convictions including nine for speeding and three for reckless missile range Tuesday EXQUEEN IS 80 APELDOORN Holland UPI Princess Wilhelmina who reigned as queen of Holland for 50 years until 1948 celebrated driving He has been involved injher 80th birthday privately Wed six accidents has paid injnesday with her daughter Queen fines and has spent 10 days injjuliana her family and some jail His drivers license has beenlifelong friends CASH when you NEED IT AT LOW SENSIBLE RATES to Come In Call or Write THRIFT PLAN INCORPORATED 9 West State Phone GA 30628 BOB HORKER Manager SENDS TO SCHOOL The Mosf JSWe loofc since fk Sfofle Sweaters Slip into the nevr style ii big masculine bulky knits Real male colors in all male styles 795 up Shirts In exciting new buifcn down dork prints Many crisp fall colors and pal terns for your selection 395 up Slacks Wash and wear cotton cords Lots of casual comfort Tan and black 495 Polished Cotton in Trim Fit Snap Backs 595 CORDUROY Antelope and Gold Theyre 795 895 Pup Sox Crew Sox 3 pr 89c pr 100 i NATURAL HARDWOOD WITH EA GAS PURCHASE 18 South Federal DARLENES SWEATER Scoop neckline 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