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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                llrfi May call special tax session See story on page 3 Hughes vows another veto revise DUBUQUE U Gov Harold Hughes said here duringa Dubuque University talk Wednesday that he will veto the legislatures bill to take away the power of Iowa governors to put in office by interim appoint ment a person who has been rejected by the Senate But he quickly predicted that the legislature has the votes to override his veto I will veto the bill either Friday 1 Monday Hughes said Then they will override V ATO me Thev will beat me T WlC Ivl down The bill would prohibit thej governor interim short term jobs to persons whose appoint ments were rejected by the Sen ate Democrats in the House re sisted passage of the bill on grounds it was politically in spired by the Republicandom Kji jnated legislature Hughes has said he will make two interim DES MOINES but they would not 3or overhaul of Iowas centurvi by the bilt which old probate laws won not go mto effect until in the House Thursday by a The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 25 1963 UOc x copy No 65 final vote of 930 Rep Maurice Baringer Oelwein Republican business man and animal nutritionist suggested that the code revision needed something to force lazy lawyers to get off these probate cases on which theyve been sit ting all these years The bulky bill which rewrites and codifies Iowas probate laws is the work of a 22member com mittee of the Iowa Bar Associa tion which worked on it for five years before submitting it to the legislature The Senate passed the compli cated measure Feb 26 by a vote of 3811 Since then it has been under study in Judiciary Commit tee No 2 in the House The bill is technical in nature and many of its provisions are of interest mainly to lawyers But Shirley Webster of Winter set chairman of the committee which drew up the bill says it is important to the public because The governor also said he was an I not satisfied with the compro mise antidiscrimination in em ployment bill passed by the Lashes cut in Iowa ADC DES MOINES Gov Har old Hughes who asked for SI million more for Aid to De pendent Children than the Senate approved said Thurs day the Senates action keeps a knot in the belly of every little kid in the State of Iowa who receives ADC funds House Wednesday but he would probably sigrfiHf the measure clears the Senate Hughes said the compromise bill was inferior to the original measure introduced in both chambers early in the session PLEASE SAVE villareal III and his sister Dorcas joined four other sisters and relativesin picketing in front of the Texas Capitol at Austin The childrens father is con demned slayer Bias Viilareai Jr convicted in the 1961 Houston slaying of Wallace Connor Another sign in the group urged support of a bill before the state benate abolishing capital punishment is MOSCOW UPnTJS and put it back on the rails secretary of State W Averelljagain He said the Communist Harnman arrived in Moscowaccusation that the United States inursday with a personal apis responsible for the flareup in Laos is most insulting and utter W Earl Hall will retire Rorick is new publisher X Editor posts go to Spiegel Jensen peal from President Kennedy to Premier Niktta S Khrushchev to help settle the crisis in Laos The US undersecretary of state was ordered to the Soviet ital by President Kennedy sent along a Khrushchev cap who ly incorrect The US troubleshooter who was Americas chief negotiator at the Geneva conference on Laos last year has been conferring special message for with French and British officials on the new crisis An embassy spokesman said no Harriman said the United States wants the Soviet leader to take action to quiet the situation in it will speed up the probating of F11 wills and eliminate unnecessary was bottled up by commit litigation caused by the present 1s statutes j Un another subject Hughes The bill contains 718 relating to laws on wills House Tevote trusts and guardianships would be close otc ews m a utshell Because of the bills length and technical nature most House members are being asked to take it on trust It would take more time than the legislature now in its 102nd day is willing to spend if details of the bill were ex plained on the floor bill Is designed to arrange the Iowa probate laws in more logical order than the present laws which were adopted about 100 years ago and makes changes in the statutes to bring them up to date It also fills in gaps and omissions in present laws He said he did not know how much the liquor bill would be effected by the threat by south west Iowa legislators to vote against the liquor bill unless plans to boost the sales tax are dropped Who is going to be able to tell until the die is cast If I lived in Pottawattamie County and voted against the liquorby thedrinkld hate to go home the governor said Hughes said he suspected a connection between the south west Iowa threat and the Sen vu v H11VJ Lilt OCII Webster said the present proiates decision to deiay action on bate laws were interpreted byi HousePassed tax bill court decisions as early as 18561 But he said the interpretations arej difficult to find in the present patchwork of laws and many lawyers are inclined to push aside cases involving those interpreta tions hoping that some light may be shed on them in the future SAME FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Fires officers PORT AU PRINCE Haiti Moving to head off a threatened revolt President Francois Duv alier has fired 60 high rankingarmy officers Release prisoners NEW DELHI India Red China has handed over a third group of 164 prisoners of war to the Indian Red Cross leav ing nearly 3000 still to be released official sources report request had been made for a meeting with Khrushchev but in Three major changes at the top executive level on the GlobeGazettes staff will be come effective next Wednes day it was announced Thurs day by Lee P Loomis chair man of the board of Lee Enterprises Inc After 43 years of continuous service W Earl Hall will re linquish his duties as editor and publisher in conformity with the retirement policy on Lee Newspapers Raymond N Rorick now general manager will become publisher He has been with the GlobeGazettes business department since 1931 Robert H Spiegel 41 a member of the Des Moines EVening Tribune editorial staff since 1946 will become editor Thor J Jensen city editor for the last 10 years and on the staff since 1937 will be come managing editor Hall will remain on a con sultative basis for a year be fore his retirement is com plete Rorick and Jensen will as sume their new duties next week Mr and Mrs Spiegel and three sons will move here from the capital city about May 15 For Spiegel it will be a case of returning home He lived in Mason City from 1929 to 1935 second to eighth grades while his father H H Spiegel now of Sun City Ariz was with MidContinent Petroleum Born in Odebolt Spiegel lived in Spencer before com ing to Mason City He is a graduate of Waterloo West High School and of Drake University where in 1943 he won his BA degree with highest honors He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa scholarship society in his jun ior year He is also a member dicated this might be arranged when Harriman saw Gromyko Kennedy told a conference in Washington his message to Khrushchev would spell out the reasons for Harrimans mission Kennedy also indicated that i Harriman will try to assess wheth er the Soviets can stil exercise any effective control on the pro Communist Pathet Lao forces or whether as many observers and diplomats suspect the Laotian Reds listen only to Red China and Communist North Viet Nam The Soviet Union and Britain as occhairmen of the Geneva con ference on Laos have special re sponsibility for the maintenance of peace there and the preserva tion of the neutralist coalition gov ernment of Premier Prince Sou vanna Phouma The Pathet Lao in repeated at tacks since April 6 has bottled up Gen Kong Les outnumbered neuthe Iowa legislature Thursday ROBERT H SPIEGEL of Sigma Delta Chi journal ism fraternity Mrs Spiegel the former Dorothy Kerr was born in Seoul Korea Her parents THOR J JENSEN Dr and Mrs William C Kerr now living in Palo Alto Calif were missionaries in Korea and Japan She holds a BA degree from Welleslcy College revolt DES MOINES rethe Republicandominated Sen volt against a proposed salesjate ways and means committee tax increase gained ground W0ultl incrcase the sales tnv fVlfnrf it tn hntnlc nnri mr tralist army Jarres area in the Plaine des as Democratic Gov Harold tax extend it to hotels and mo tels and hike corporation in come taxes from 3 per cent to 4 per cent But boosting corporation tax was reported to have stirred up some strong opposition among business leaders who have support in the Senate In asking that the tax bill be RAIN Aerialist fallssurvives DULUTH Minn A young circus aerial is t plunged 30 feet from a swinging trapeze bar Wednesday and was in fair condition at a hospital Thursday The crowd thought his plunge was part of his act Ely Albaracen 22 slipped while hanging head down from a swinging bar and crashed to the concrete floor below He landed on his knees and managed to sit up and wave to the crowd of 2000 be fore collapsing on his back ftl iLill rp delayed Senate Majority Leader The Democrats pledged to sup after having received her earlier education in the Far East Their three children are Ronald now in ninth grade Richard 12 seventh grade and Craig 10 fourth grade Rorick was born in Guthrie Center in 1904 After attending Simpson College he was em ployed by the National Bis cuit Co in seven of its mid west branches between 1923 and 1929 That year he was married to Lorraine Rohan of Aledo 111 and for two years was credit manager of the Huebottcr Furniture Co in Davenport After an extended period as chief of accounting then as assistant business manager under Loomis he was named business manager of the GiobeGazette in 1956 He has served as president of the Mason City Development As sociation and as a director of the Iowa Daily Press Assn For several years he was chairman of the industrial promotion committee of the Chamber of Commerce He is a director of the Mutual Fed eral Savings and Loan Assn Other organizations and causes which have claimed his active support are Scouting Rotary Community Chest Red Cross and the North Iowa Mental Health Center He is an elder of the First Presby terian Church and on the IVTa tional Council of Boy Scouts and belongs to the Mason City Country Club Euchre and Cycle Club and Jhe Shriners Jensen was born May 17 1907 near Atlantic the son of a Lutheran minister He was graduated from the Omaha elementary schools East Des Mojnes High School and Drake University For two years he was employed in the Iowa bureau of trie As sociated Press in Des Moines After working four years as an examiner for the Iowa Auditor of State he joined the GlobeGazette in September 1937 as a reporter Except for 17 months in the Navy during World War II he has been in Mason City continu ously since that time After returning from serv ice and before succeeding Enoch A Norcni as city editor Jensen served as farm reporter for both the Globe Gazette and KGLO He at tended the American Press Hughes minority forces joined fight j I Senate Democrats held an 85j port extension ofthe sales RiJter RNew Hampton minute caucus in the governorsto services of motels and hotels53 e was not mfllcnccci by the institutes seminar for city office and announced they would but to oppose any increase tllc regard editors m 1954 oppose any effort to increase thejThey also opposed repeal of controversial liquor by the sales tax from 2 per cent to 3moneys and credits tax with cent and would supportjout replacement by a tax on per creased individual and corpora tion income taxes including a withholding system The Democrats Howevcr House members from Hughes recommendation for inthe same class of property A group oppose any sales ax an offer of a trade to derail liquorbyj less than half of the provisionsSthedrink unless the sales tax is contained in a bill approved byleft at 2 per cent North Iowa Variable cloudiness chance of light showers north Thursday night lows 34 to 42 Partly cloudy to fair Friday highs mostly in upper 50s Fowa Partly cloudy Thursday night few light showers north Plans revealed for Ventura Clear Lake experiment school CLEAR LAKE An expcrii Transportation and costs He is a past local and area president of Toastmasters In ternational a past commander western counties who oppose thej of ClausenWorden Post of of southwest Iowa sales tax boost orSanized as a thc American Legion was also has vowed Wednesday and sent Senate thc Iovva Llt Editors Association and for many years has served as historian for the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake and publicity chairman for the Mason City Community EditorUls 4 3TMC Clear Lake News 8 Cttv Community Society News 910 Assn Sports News 13 CubGaierte 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 17 Comics 18 North Iowa News 20 Classified Pages 2223 Thc action came on the 102nd day of the 1963 session Ways and Means Committee members said representatives of the Iowa Manufacturers Associa tion told them they would not op jpose the corporation tnx increase iif the legislature adopted a prop jerty relief plan that would allow repeal of the tax on moneys and i credits On the inside nigu GUIIUUI oners sevenio LOWS tura 11seniors T ntr west to lower 40s southeastschool year Under it students courses not available at Vcni A T t seniors Clear Lake Partly cloudy Friday highs from the Clear Lake and Ventura Under the experimcntaV Shorthand JClcar Lake in 50s east to middle 60s west tura schools will have thc opprogram students enrolled from Ventura 16 Industrial Arts II four students from Further outlook Mild inporUmity of attending classes in Ventura in these courses Lake 11 Ventura 5indicated an interest in physic creasing coudiness chance of both schools be brought to Clear Lake Clear IClear I akc 19 Von ancl two in trigonometry Thes creasing cloudiness chance of both schools be brought to Clear Lake Clear scattered showers Saturday j Thc program win alow grcal Lake has an enrollment of 501 Minnesota Partly cloudy through cr use of facilities at each Friday with scattered light school and the expansion of 80 to and Ventura 137 showers Highs Friday 70 Lake 19 Ven tura 5 Metal Shop IClearff l tice may be added Bcrgc said Lake 26 6 Metal There is a possibility a third All classes m vocational agrishop II Clear Lake 6 Ventura year of industrial arts will be Kennedy Wallace meet is standoff TtarmoT ami fusui alsol The survey of prospective enClear Lake 9 Ventura 8 soph ifh andttccnralf bu Cental education program firstjmust be worked out rollment in classes for the comomores Lake 8 Ventura colder wUh scattered frostlike it m the state of Iowa will At the present time Clear ing year from each school is asU juniors Ckar Ske 11 vS north lows lover 30s norlhjbc put mto effect this coming Lake High School offers sevenfonows tura 11 sen ors Clear Like 3 west to lower 40s southeastschool year Under it students courses not available at Veni T t Vrntura 7 Partly cloudy Friday highs from the Clear Lake and Ventura Under the experimcntaV Shorthand JClcar Lake 12 Four students from Ventura liysics and two in trigonometry These MONTGOMERY Ala J Alty Jen Robert F Kennedy assured iov George Wallace Thursday v ayanop 11 ciear LBKC year 01 maustnsi arts win be that he preferred to leave integration in Alabama uu The school boards now are offered 0 ElectronicsClear Lake Clear Lakes anticipated to the state but warned that court ruling will he en rhonK havo horn 31 dear Lake i tc1 fnrfoA After an hour and 20 minute conference with Kennedy Wallace declared that his position was the same as before and he referred repeatedly to his campaign promise to stand in the schoolhouse door to prevent desegregation HOKKCvi niv lioth Kennedy and Wallace described the meet Berge ment next year in vocational agtwoyear Clear LakeVentura pi ing as pleasant and both agreed that neither rnd riculturc classes is Freshmenlot project are available 1 changed his views thc two schools have been workfour crs atClcar Lake physics isls and Up to S am Thursday Maximum Minimum At S am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset IVNO scnoois nave oecn 6 and Art enrollment in physi GlobeGazette weather Oats ins on the program for some c at Ventura wrth 33 Ventura I Electronicsin trigonometry 19 timC surveywas3being 3 cntircly ncvv subJect According to the State Board 55 i The biggest item to be worked day among students to cilools of pUDjjc instruction no other out js the scheduling according mine the interest in auto and None of the above courses are schools in Iowa will be allowed to bupt E O B e r g e It is aircraft mechanics This course now offered at Ventura AH will to experiment with a proram planned to have the exchange will be added if sufficient stuhe taught at Clear Lake Enrollof this tvpe until rosulN of the students spend two periods or dents indicate interest possibly three at the other school said 44 23 Like the GlobeGazettes new editor he has stressed education in his rcportorial activities He is a former board member of the Public I Health Nursing Association j and former neighborhood cora I missioner for the Boy Scouts He belongs to Trinity Lu theran Church Mr and Mrs Jensen make their home at 2S5 Willowbrook Drive They have two sons Joel Bedford Mass and Christopher in the US Array in and a daughter Kathryn in Boston During and since his student days at Drake Spiegel has had numerous recognitions One was a citation as the graduate providing m o s t service to En dowed with a height of 6 feet 4 inches Spiegel lettered in basketball and was president of both his junior arci his sen ior classes at Drake This year Spiegel is general chairnan of the DrakeRelays 1 which is a measure oi   

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