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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 28, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North IpwoY Daily Newspaper Edited lor Horn BEUAZETTE HOME EDITION T H I H S W I PA Pi R T H A T M AX I ALL NOR T H 10 WAN S N II a KB 0 R S VOL LXIII Pttu and Pnu mil LcaM Seven Ccnti Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1957 This Paper Consists ol Two One P Stunned Wisconsin Ike Denounces Red Arms WASHINGTON Eisenhower Wednesday denounced Russias attack on Western disarmament pro posals as deeply disappointing He said Soviet rejection would condemn humanity to an indef inite future of immeasurable danger The President counterattacked two Soviet statements claiming that Russia had successfully tested an intercontinental rocket and attacking Western arms proposals Eisenhower in a statement of his own called the Sovietclaims on missiles developments boastful and said the assault on dis armament proposals of the United States and its allies was couched in scornful words As far as the United States is concerned Eisenhower said we shall never renounce our efforts to find ways and means to save from that danger of m atomic conflict and to establish a Pocket Veto of Pay Hike Bills Likely WASHINGTON bills to boost pay of 1 million federal employes by about 850 million dol lars a year were on their way Wednesdayto President Eisen hower and what appeared to be certain vetoes Republican leaders told the Sen ate just before thebills were passed Tuesday they were certain the measures never would become law The President has 10 days to act on them and Congress is ex pected to be out of town by that time Thus he could them One of thebills would pay of 518000 postal workers by each year at an estimated cost of 317 million dollars This bill passed 6917 The other passejcf 6422 would boost salaries of classi fied civil congressional and judicial employes by cent a year Thiswould cost about 532 million dollars annually The administration opposes the bills on grounds they would be in flationary and would endanger the precarious budget surplus hi pros pect for the current fiscal year just and lasting peace The White House statement fol lowed an hours visit to Eisenhow er by Secretary of State Dulles James C Hagerty presidential press secretary said the two had discussed Tuesdays brusque Rus sian response to Western atomic arm control proposals in the Lon tions subcommittee Valerian Zorin chief Soviet del egate in London accused the West of blocking all progress by tying an end to nuclear weapons tests to unacceptable conditions and of plotting aggression The Eisenhower statement took cognizance not only of that attack but of Mondays Kremlin claim that the Reds have developed and PROXMIRES GREET newly elected Democractic senator William Proxmire and his wife showed up at the entrance to the Wisconsin Motor Corp plant at Milwaukee Wednesday to thankworkers AP Wlrephoto for their support in the special election Mrs Proxmire managed her husbands successful campaign Proxmire operates a printing company at Waterloo a small com munity near Madison successfully tested a rocket capa ble of hitting any target area in the world The rocket successwas claimed in astatement which pic tured Russia as having tried dili gently against Western obstruc tion to end the arms race The Western Powers Britain France Canada andthe United States areHow London a rounded plan for dis armament aimed to guard against massivesurprise attack suspend nuclear weapons tests for two years subject missiles develop ment to controls cut off atomic weapons production and cut back armed forces Discuss Special Session Iowas two senators split on voting for the pay increase bill Martin supporting it and Bourke Hickenloopef oppos ing it Minnesota Girl Durant Man Die in Car Crashes e Bj THE ASSOCIATED PKESS A Minnesota girl bringing a horse for showing at the Iowa State Fair was one of two persons dead as a result of auto accidents Retired Albion Farmer in Race for Governorship DES MOINES Knud s o n 51 retired Albion farmer and Marshall County represent ative Wednesday was in the race for the Republican nomination for governor Knudson who served in the House in the 1937 and 1939 ses sions obtained nomination pa pers from the secretary of state Tuesday He said this candidacy is my in Iowa Tuesday Janet Evanson DES MOINES of Jie arriving in Des Moines forthe annualState Day at the Iowa State Fair dis cussed withGov Herschel Love less Wednesday the possibility of a special session thisfall The governor said he had talked with several Republican Legisla tors and planned during the day to talk with several more Their discussions the governor told his news conference involved what a special session could be expected to accomplish if itis called Under Consideration Loveless has been considering calling the special session to deal with the matter of providing funds for capital improvements at vari ous state institutions The 1957 Legislative session passed bills providing about 16 million dollars for such capital improvements but they were vetoed by Loveless along with the Legislatures ma DEMOCRATS ELATED We Took a Beating Ike Is Quoted After Wisconsin Vote WASHINGTON UP warned that the par White Housed said Wednesday unite iHt hopes to win that PresidentEisenhower was in 1958 sjnd PauLsM Butter of Democratic National Com consin andieels the Republican jnitteejand Senate Democrats Party tookra gleefully hailed Proxmires sur Eisenhowers redaction was re as repudiation of layed to reporters by Press Eisenhowers farm labor and Secretary James C Hagerty jfiscal policies after he and the President dls It demonstrates said But cussed the surprise upset vie ler the average Amer tory of Democrat William Prox ican voter is fcd up with the mire over former Gov Walter lack of constructive presiden J Kohler aa Eisenhower Re fial leadership and the increas publican in Tuesdays special Senate election Of course he the President is disappointed that Walter Kohler was not elected to repre sent the people of his state in the Senate Hagerty said But theres no hiding the fact that we took a bad beating in ing favoritism of special in terests which have been the hallmark of socalled modern Vice President Nixon in a statement blamed the defeat on lack of unity in the Wiscon sin GOP Hesaid The Re publicans have no excuse for Enlarged Aid Bill Passes Kohler Soundly Beaten Proxmire Is New Senator MILWAUKEE Wl W i 11 i a m Proxmire a 41yearold libera Democrat scored a smashing up set victory Tuesday in Wiscon sins special election for the US Senate seat left vacant by the death of Republican Joseph Mc Carthy Proxmire who became the first Democrat elected to the Seriate by this state in 25 years scored his victory over Republican time governor Walter J Kohler a staunch supporter of President Eisenhower and twice a victor over f Proxmire in races for the governors post is for the 16 months remaining of McCarthys term Proxmire will take office as soon as he is accredited by the State Canvass Board That prob ably will be within 10 days 50 Seats The victory will give Senate Democrats 50 seats compared for the Republicans The stormy 10year Senate ca reer of McCarthy never became a potent factor in the campaign The issues that decided the elec tion were diverse and hard to ex plain because the state usually is irmly Republican in its choice of top officers Proxmires victory made more Impressive by the margin rolled than 122000 votes with only about 30 per cenl EXPENSIVE AP FACE Lucretia Galbraith San Fran cisco her hair and parts of her scalp torn off in a boating acci dent last month prepares to leave the hospital looking much less than her 50 years Mrs Galbraiths hair was caught in the shaft a yachts engine The accident did produce one good result skin on her face was pulled so tightly that all of her wrinkles disap peared her original scalp extricated from the pro pellor shaft were sewn back in a delicate operation 17 Waseca Minn was injured fatally and two companions were hurt on High way 69 south of Blairsburg Leonard Johannsen 59 Durant was injured fatally in a twocar collision Tuesday on Highway 6 east of Wilton Junction Miss Evanson and Phillip An berg 62 Waseca were passen gers in a car driven by Gary Mc Donough 15 Waseca Authorities said a trailer pulled bythe car slipped off the highway and in trying to get back on the road both vehicles overturned The car swerved acjross the road and smashed into a tree The trailer roiled 150 feet into a cornfield The horse es caped injury McDonough suffered a skull fracture and serious con dition at a Webster City hospital Anberg was in fair condition there own idea and against the ad vice of family and friends I dont think Iowa should have a governor owned by any organ ization he said I hope to find out how to conduct a campaign and avoid contributions from out side the state by Teamsters or manufacturers Knudson added by we he referred to the Re publican Party I donl think there is much use in post mortems he add ed Asked specifically if this re flected the Presidents views It was the old story of a united vigorous minority party with a hardfighting resourceful can didate defeating a divided bickering jority overconfident ma All About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy occa sional rain or drizzle through Thursday Low Wednesday night 6065 High Thursday 6575 Iowa Mostly cloudy with scat tered showers and thunder storms Thursday Little temper ature changes Low Wednesday night 6068 Minnesota Cloudy continued cool Rain ending in south Body Found in Lake Allerton ALLERTON A body found floating Wednesday ir Lake Aller ton has been identified as that of Otis Speer 58yearold Allerton bachelor Dr D R Ingram reported Dr Ingram said Speer had been physically and mentallyill but added that his deathby drowning apparently was accidental Speer lived alone in Allerton and had last been seen a week ago when he visited aphysicians office The body was found by two FiveDay Iowa Tempejatures will average 3 to 5 degrees be1 low normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 81 north to 84 south Normal lows 56 north to 59 south Cool at beginning of period Warming trend beginning about Friday and continuing over the week end Rainfall will average four tenths to sixtenths of an inch in scattered showers early in period GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 60 Minimum Tuesday night 55 At S am Wednesday 59 Precipitation 36 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 92 Minimum 64 jor tax bill in order to let the sales tax rate fall from 2Vi to 2 per cent One of the legislators visiting with the Governor Wednesday was Rep A C Hanson Hanson said he and the Gover nor talked in general terms a special session might be expected to accomplish Late in If a special session is called Hanson said hewould prefer to have il in November or December rather than earlier in the year I would prefer to have some informal gettogether of Legisla tive leaders before any special session Hansonsaid the ob ject of such meetings among the legislators and possibly even with the Governor would be to he best possibilities for compro mise of the Legislatures position and that of the Governor Hanson would hope o when asked if he thought a compromise could be reached vithout raising the sales tax ate I come from a border county he replied that it did But he MrsJeaQ McCarthy widow of the late senator told re porters she regards the vote added quickly Theres another election next year GOP National Chairmen Meade Alcorn also conceded that the Republicans were licked outcome as a repudiation of the modern Republicanism ad vocated bv Eisenhower and I dont want to have to raise the sales Hanson said On he other hand the need for capi al improvements at several state nstitutions is more serious than a lot of people realize WASHINGTON WVThe 710000 foreign aid bill won easy passage in the Senate Tuesday 6225 The bffl providing more than the House voted en joyed support from both the Democratic and Republican Sen ate leaders President Eisenhower promptly asked the Senate version He said the Sen ate bill met with his approval Opposition Collapses Just before final passage Sen EUender DLa proposed that the amount for military aid in the bill be held to the House fig ure of instead of increasing it to as the Senate Appropriations Com mittee recommended lost 5928 and the op position then collapsed Sen Rus sell DGa had planned to seek roll call votes on two other Com mitteeamendments raising the House figures but decided not to go ahead in view of the topheavy vote against Ellender Conference Set The appropriation is n o w scheduled to go to a Senate House conference for adjustment of the different figures A com promise about halfway between the House sum of and the Senates seemed likely Both figures in clude new and reappropriated money The closing Senate debate sounded familiar ers saying that foreign aid con tributes vitally to Americas se curity and critics charging that it is only a dole to countries that ought to take care of their own needs of the eligible voters tak ing part Even so the total vote was higher than anyone except state Democratic party officials predicted The total vote of nearly 800000 is about 300000 more than the who turned out for the primary four weeks ago to name the nominees 56 of Votes Man Held for Abandoning 7 Children John Smith 52 accused of abandoning tiis seven children at motel last Friday was held in the county Wednesday for Clinton authorities Smith was arrested at a motel here Tuesday afternoon with his wife of as few Mary Jean Fort Wayne an 11montholdbafay Sheriff Delahoyde said the couplewas married atKahoka Mo at am Tuesday The sheriff said Smith told him his wife died last February and that Miss Stegile was employed as a babysitter since June Smith In Tuesdays balloting Proxalso of Fort Wayne said he and mire drew just over 56 per cent of the total vote castIn the pri mary the sevenman Republi can field drew 69 per cent of the total cast Proxmire defeated Rep Clement Zablocki DWis in the twoman Democratic primary Final unofficial returns from 3357 of the states 3361 precincts gave Proxmire 435085 votes to the woman went to Missouri to get married but planned to go back for the children Clinton County authorities said the children ranging in age from 2yearold twin boys to a boy 12 were left with only in cash when their father and the woman left Delahoyde said Smith related he was a mechanic but also told a storyof being an Army lieu tenant when he sought help from the Red Cross here Tuesday morning The abandoned children were being cared for at a licensed foster home at Clinton 312745 for Kohler Three in dependent candidates including two who said they would carry on the policies of McCarthy drew fewerthan 24000 among them Kohler 53 if continue backing the administration And he beating not only in the usually Democratic metropolitan areas but also in the GOP strongholds outstate Whether this constituted a re pudiation of the Presidents pro grams or a personal victory for the hardcampaigning Proxmire was hard to determine Proxmire himself claimed that it was a protest against the President andgram went completely by the Rain Trirris Fair Events DES MOINES Iowa State Fairs harness racing pro SAME Black dug Beam trafHo IB Xi fcoari AP Wirephoto GREET YOUNG Lennon 11 one of the Lennon Sisters of TV singing fame now ap pearing at the Iowa State Fair chats with her look alike Vicki Weddle daughter of Mr and Mrs Rex Weddle Knoxville Iowa at a Des Moines hotel Janet and Vicki look as though they could be twins Both girls smile at Douglas Anderson 12 Cedar Rapids who has collected Janets autograph House Approves Bill to Protect Files of FBI WASHINGTON House Tuesday passed an administra ion bill spelling out procedures under which defendants can look at FBI files It is aimed to pre vent indiscriminate rummaging in the files The vote was 35117 The House acted after beating down by a 16155 standing vote a Democratic attempt to substi tute a revised bill similar to one his policies rather than a posi tive vote for the Democratic can didate Ahead From Start The Democratic nominee was ahead from the start By midnight his triumph was assured In Milwaukee County he piled up a majority of more than 53000 votes compared with a 30000 lead he had over Kohler three years ago when the vote was nearly three times as heavy Labor which had supported Proxmire was credited with help ing pile up the large Milwaukee majority Proxmire a native of Illinois who came to Wisconsin less than 10 years ago with the expressed intention of getting into politics has been campaigning for high political office almost continu ously for the past six years Three times he sought without success the governors post Twice he was beaten by Kohler and last year he lost to Republican Vernon Thomson passed night by the Senate Monday CHURCHMEN REELECTED SPIRIT LAKE Rev Walter H Discher Clarinda and theRev George B Eschenbacii er Manning were reelected first boards Wednesday when con tinued rain forced cancellation of the twoday trotting program for the second straight day The rain also held down Wednesdays attendance pros pects although the rainy Tues day crowd of 27904 was fewer than5000 under the 32436 fig ure of the same day last year Through Tuesday the grand total attendance at the position totaled 247185 compared with 239476 forthe same period a year ago Wednesday was State Day at the fair with Gov Herschel Love less elective state officials legis lators and others as invited guests State offices closed at 11 an to permit officials and em ployes to attend Judging and demonstration ac tivity went forward on normal schedule despite the wet weather The night grandstand shows also continued on schedule and the wet track was not expected to interfere with the Thursday aft ernoon rodeo program featuring Rex Allen Casey Tibbs and other nerformors Differences between the Housejand second vice presidents re and Senatepassed measures areispectivcly of the Iowa District now expected to be ironed out in West of the Lutheran Church HoussSenate conference Missouri Synod here Tuesday BOND ISSUE OKD LOGAN Pi Voters approved 4S4172 Tuesday a 539500 bond is sue for a municipal swimming pool   

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