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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL N ORTK IOWANS NEIGHBOR S GREATER MASON CITY DAYS s Friday ancl Saturday VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1957 This Paper Consists of four One NO n Collusion Evident at Iowa Factory Pri mary Balloting Is Held Big Turnout at Des Moines BY THli ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa voters cast their ballots in their municipal primaries Tues day and the turnout ranged from very light in some cities to very large in De3 Moines The voters selected nominees for the City Council and other of fices The city regular election will be held Nov 5 In Des Moines a threemember team for as many places on the City Council led the balloting among 20 candidates and the re sponses of about 30000 voters was the largest for a municipal pri mary in 15 years i Members of the teamslate nom inated were Reonhold 0 Carlson Florence T Myers and Wade P Clarke in that order The other three nominees for the Des Moines Council were in order Charles F lies the only incum bent running Newton L Mar guiles and Jens Grothe RcsuKs in other cities included CEDAR RAPIDS For public safety commissioner incumbent JRobert M L Johnson 3709 votes J A Gaskill second with SOS for public improvements commissioner M A Halvorson 3070 William H Thayer 715 for parks commissioner Donald K BF Robert L Maresh 717 Only 4500 of 43426 eligible Cedar JAapids voters cast baliots COUNCIL BLUFFSSix candi dates nominated for City Council in aeightman race were Gordon Brown 37 Dr Donald R Lash 35 George Henderson 68 Noran Davis 27 Frank F Lougee 27 Dean E Delehant 40 CLINTON Nominees in three wards for the Council in a light vote Byron Starr and Harry Ul toska Darrel Smith and Earl Mc Donald Clarence Donsalla and Marvin Hansen OTTUMWA Only 2006 votes cast with these six nominated for the Council Ray Barcus Mayor Oscar Stoltz Frank Fiedler Har vey Ware Francis Kapp Wayne McQueery Barcus received the top vote 1445 DUBUQUE These six were nominated in an eightman pri mary for the Council George Freund Peter J Takos Louis Schaller Richard Henchel Leo Schneller and Donald Biggs SIOUX a light prima ry three incumbents on the Coun cil were renominated Mayor Budapest Is Quiet Calm on ANNIVERSARY OF REVOLT BUDAPEST UP Budapest was quiet and calm Wednes day on the rainy cold first anniversary of the Hungarian revolu tion Life in the city was that of a normal working day with no indi cation that the people would commemorate the revolution The government had made clear that any attempt at counter revolutionary demonstrations would be crushed by security forces No black ties or mourning bands were to be seen in the city The Budapest cemetery which was open to the public drew no more visitors than on any other day There seemed to be more uniformed policemen patrolling the streets than on a normal day Armed guards at barracks and strategic buildings were strengthened Elaboratemeasures were taken to prevent iied persons from getting hold of vehicles typewriters or dupli cating machines Soviet troops were kept out of sight in barracks in Budapest and in nearby camps Iowa Heads for Its Final Docking Spot ABOARD THE USSIOWA The battleship Iowa rode clamly through the Atlantic waters Wednesday on the last lap of the trip to her resting place in the Philadelphia Navy Yard When she steamed out of Nor George W Young F P Beck andifolk Tuesday the veteran 45 000 Harold 0 Benson Other nomijfon battle wagon was headed for nces against them arc Fred in the mothball A MOTHERLY DUTY Lookingvery nntch YkTan average housewife who pauses in her clays chores to ca ter to the hunger pangs of her offspring this chim panzee is a hit of the South Carolina State Fair at Co lumbia And like most mothers too she seems to enjoy every minute of it Fairfield Woman Is Victim of Accident FAIRFIELD Fran cis Benda 56 died Wednesday of injuries she received Tuesday in MidEast Debate Deferred Saud to Try Mediation UNITED NATIONS NY The UN Assemblys debate on the SyrianTurkish crisis went nto a coolingoff period Wednes d a y to await results of King Sauds try at mediation There still was no indication rom Damascus however that the Syrian regime would send representatives to Saudi Arabia 0 negotiate with the monarch and the Turks on the latest threat to peace in the Middle East Turkey dispatched Minister of State Fatim Rustu Zorlu ancl two aides to Saudi Arabia Tuesday There was speculation in An kara the Turkish capital that Saud would propose at least token withdrawal of troop rein forcements which Turkey sent to the Syrian border after proSo viet army officers took contro in Syria 3Day Suspension Syria grudgingly proposed a threeday suspension of the UN debate until Friday to block a USbacked Paraguayan pro posal to hold up discussion in definitely The 82nation Assem biy approved the Syrian amend ment 3710 with 34 abstentions The Syrians had declared an hour earlier in the Assembly that mediation was being urged only to confuse the Assembly and de manded that debate start at once Despite vigorous denunciations by Syria and Russia the move for delay gained quick headway among delegates after US Am bassador Henry Catbot Lodge welcomed Sauds efforts He ap pealed to Syria to maich Tur keys good faith by agreeing to take part in the talks Closest Ally The American call for media tion was quickly echoed by Af ghanistan Paraguay and in ef fect even by Egypt Syrias clos est Arab ally Lodge hailed King Saud as a cnport Fred T Kelly and Paul I fleet B Rosene 35 lowans Aboard a cartruck collision on a gravel road about 4 miles north of Fair field Mrs Benda who lived on a farm about 8 miles northeast of here was along in the car The truck was driven by Willis Otto 54 Bettetidorf who was not hurt NO 2 MAN TAIPEI UP Nationalist Chinas vice president Chen Cheng was named No 2 man in FORT 5262 votes There were 35 lowans aboard cast in the heaviest primary them 17 visitors headed bv 1949 Fort Dodge voters rcnomi Lt Gov William H Nicholas and natcd three incumbents Mayor is of the some 1000 crew mem Marvin BVcdvig Combcrs One of the Iowa sailors was Larry Gahring Conrad who had spent almost all of his years in the Navy aboard the Iowa Its almost like going to the funeral of an old friend said the lieutenant governor Somber Event The departure from Hampton Roads was a somber occasion Nichoas piped he signal for the ships anchor to be pulled in while a band on a nearby craft played1 and T1 bld the Kuomintang Wednesday makviet Union Lodge accused the ing him Generalissimo Chiang Kremlin of trying to stir up had been associated officially rvillCnPtrc tLT JT r i missioner Frank Burns and Com missioner Walter W Williams Al so nominated were J A McKin stry for mayor John P Barton against Burns and Delbert Por ter against Williams The Weather Iowa Rain Wednesday night some scattered thunderstorms cast low in lower 50s Thurs day light s n o w and colder Kaisheks heir apparent WASHINGTON UB B r i t i s held together by force the Prime Minister Harold Macmillan free world is united by under came here Wednesday to appeal to President Eisenhower for res toration of the AmericanBritish partnership in scientific research He said his single purpose is to improve friendship and extend cooperation between the two countries juiiiiv0 Lnniji rtiiiLULciiiiiriusn nets ineir to uiis ume MC eviclen Macmillans pi a n s landed atjbroad purpose he said is to wcrc Russias firing of interconWpH M am after an overnight flightjbclp all nations which need to cotinental missiles as announced i TM i from London He was met by Secioperate and work together month and the launching of cl k arranSed rrtrM r i i ilot me onciicrman organization great leader and urged that his efforts to attain peace be given a chance We think that the General Assembly should wish the gov ernments concerned success in their worthwhile endeavor Lodge said and defer any fur ther consideration here pending the outcome of the mediation ef forts Contrasting Turkeys a s s u r ances of good faith with the contrived bluster of the So trouble in the Middle East MACMILLAN GREETED BY DULLES Washington Macmillan is participation Secretary of State Dulles left shakes talks with President Eisenhower for the hands with British Prime Minister Har second time since he succeeded Anthony old Macmillan on the latters arrival in Eden as prime minister We Want Partnership in Macmillan Bakers Boss on Stand Senate Probe Continuing WASHINGTON lift Chairman McClellan DArk said Wednes jday he Senate Rackets Investi jgating Committee has received plain evidence of col lusion between the Morton Frozen Foods Co and the Bakery Workers Union He made the statement in ques tioning James G Cross president of the Bakery and Confectionery Workers Union who denied any personal participation in the orga nization of workers at the Morton company plant in Webster City Iowa Cross denied that he had any conversation with Nathan Shef ferman of Chicago whose Labor Relations Associates aided in the organization Shefferman is a friend of Dave Beck retiring president of the Teamsters Union Representatives of the Sheffer nan organization had sparked a drive that defeated organization efforts at the frozen foods plant by the United Packinghouse Workers Union Then the com mittee heard Tuesday Sheffer mans agents helped to negotiate a contract with the Bakers Union Less Favorable Several witnesses including one from management said Tues day that this contract was less favorable from the workers standpoint than any which the which we work together with our allies and friends Macmillan recalled he met with must never take that unEisenhower at Bermuda in March derslanding for granted Dullesbut said that a good deal has standing said in his greeting I happened since then and another Dulles declared the threeday meeting was indicated He did not mcnton il Dul ne two Eisenhower Macmillan t a 1 k smcnton were not just aimed at strength AmericanBritish lies Their ne two devclop ments which clearly lay behind tlic decision to meet this time ful in organizing the Webster City plant They also said that workers at the plant were not consulted in the negotiations between Morton management and the Bakery Workers Union It is perfectly apparent from the evidence McCIcllan said retary of State Dulles who saidjwage peace successfully that while the Communist world Former State Fair Board Officer Dies WINTERSET N W Mc Beath 75 Des Moines treas urer of the State Fair Board for about 30 years died Wednesday at the home here of his daugh ter Mrs Ralph Harvey McB e a t h resigned as fail board treasurer last summer He had been in ill health about three to combat the Packers drive then Sputnik satellite early Other Countries month Macmillan also referred to the Macmillans first scheduledlback Bkers Shfer interest of other friendly countries meeting with Eisenhower was specallzcs VJ aidlnS in telling Dulles his talks with Eijfor 6 pm but if was expected hei S troubles senhower would have only one improve our friend ship and extend cooperation bemidafternoon tween our two countries in alii actually would go to the White Cross rePlied however that House for an opening session inilhere was an entirely different t fx O m ttT t It n O f j employer when the Packing Ihouse Workers and Bakery or tween our two countries in all The quickly arranged confer e ancl fields and they are many is dominated by the probigamzatl0n were held U S Again years tenure In addition to his long as treasurer McBeaih with the fair for half a century likely in northeast colder west much and the weather was pleasant The lieutenant governor a sail1 or in World War I stepped onto Fiveday Iowa Temperatures the navagation bridge as the vet eran of the battles of Einiwetokj Truk Tmian Saipan Hollandia1 the Philippine Sea and Okinawa headed out into Chesapeake Bay We dont like it of Nicholas said Weve been darn proud of the Iowa I think i though that theyll find some use for as a guided mis sile ship Injuries Fatal to Greenfield Farmer GREENFIELD Turner 62 rural Greenfield died Tuesday night in a local hospital from injuries he received when he was pinned in a hay baler for three hours on his farm 10 miles south of here will average 5 to 8 degrees be low normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 55 north to 60 south Normal lows 34 north to 38 south Turn ing colder at beginning of period and little temperature change thereafter Precipita tion will average half an inch or m o r e occurring as rain Thursday or Thursday night with little expected thereafter GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 54 Minimum 50 At 8 am 51 Precipitation 75 YEAR AGO Maximum 72 Minimum 33 Ready to Cut Aid to Tito lem the Western powers now have No Direct Connection in overtaking Russias apparent Ke rcfcrred to sale of th M lead m longrange missiles dct0n Packing Coas it then was velopment as dramatized by lhc Continental Baking Soviet launching three weeks ago co shortly after the ioi lhc first manmade satellite ihousr Workers drive was defeated Resources Pool in 1955 Diplomatic authorities said Several months later the Bak thcre was no doubt that Macmilcry Workers Union organized the Ian and the British government i plant which then had become WASHINGTON Mi Secretary generally feel that the best way to Morion Frozen Foods Division of io State Dulles has decided to recover lost ground is to pool the Continental Bakers suspend the bulk of U S aidiscicntific resources including Cross insisted he had no direct to including jet bram power of both Britain with the Morton plant planes because of President Tithe United States unionization He said a contact jtos recognition of Communist East Germany last weekend Eisenhower has spoken of emlhad been agreed to bv George J ploying the North Atlantic Treaty i Stewart regional organizer and T T I n d Organization as something other Iformcr vice president of the un with U S a lies m Western a military alliance This suqiion and Ceorqc Fauncc vice he has in mind a NATO i president of Continental Baking n was PlanninS lha lnc tiricd I dont handle negc Diplomatic authorities said The President and Prime Minlions I merely staled that Wednesday however that uVistcr according to Americanif it was satisfactory to them seems certain to have these resources cxpcci to discuss a wicicK Faunco and Stewart and salis siHsat least range of other problems particufuctory to the workers then it 1 A hall in major L S arms larly the prolonged in the was okav with me shipments to President Titos Middle East forces The major military aidi IfS THOUGHT United States in May on Prcsi LONDON War Dcj dent Eisenhowers decision after partmcnl has Indies long having been shelved for about avvoolcs to last the Womens Royal year because of congressional obArmy Corps years Ljibor ijection to sending arms to Tito of Parliament Victor Collins said Wednesday Anderson formerly got a real bargain for that turnip seed he los nt Snpnrnv anrl rriivrlfnrr jf tlno THnp1 1 tinned of Spencer and now gardener at the Homes in Mason City compares a seven pound turnip with the head of Leslie Richcy 8 a childrens home resident He Spare Parts 2 Projected negotiations with I Yugoslav representatives in grade on a new economic aid pro for the fiscal year would be called off 3 Deliveries of spare parts for I American weapons ancl military machines already supplies to Ti tos forces very likely will be con planted last spring savs Anderson Other i c n ur 111 i Department ofucia s con bat gams aie available at local stores dur isiclci lhe aelion asltlsl Yleoslav mg Greater Mason ity Days Thursday Sia at this stage to be necessary Friday ancl Saturday Unit not irrevocable SAME DATE 1956574 Flu Epidemic Worse in City i The flu epidemic in Mason i Citys schools was still on the in kreuse Wednesday except in the junior college The total absences I in all grades through college were 11337 as compared with 1139 Tues Hay The junior college absence Miit was cut from 200 Tuesday to J12f the senior high school jumped jfrom 314 to 336 the junior high from a81 to 407 and the elementary gnides from IM4 to Four additional teachers were absent Wcdnodiy the supcrin ilcmloiHs office reported   

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