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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tor MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT T H E NIWSfAUR THAT MAKES ALL NOKTH E OWANI NEIGHBOR VOL LXIV Prew and United PreM full Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1957 Lively Elections in Iowa Dubuque Vetoes Daylight Time Ry THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa cities elecled Iheir muni cipal officials Tuesday and in a number of places they voted on bond issues and annexation pro posals Turnouts were larger than expected in many cities In several of the states larger cities notably Waterloo Sioux City Des Moines Marshalltown Burlington and Dubuque new fac es will appear among the mem bers of local governing bodies Some voters balloted on unique questions Dubuque residents for example rejecled overwhelming ly a proposal lhat they go on day light time next summer as does neighboring Wisconsin At Burlington the vote was only about 3 per cent short of givmg the required 60 per cent major ity in favor of creating a muni cipal bus system Webster City gave a comfort able margin to a proposal to es tablish a city publicity depart ment Annexation Moves Municipalities which voted to expand through annexation pro posals included Des Moines Dav enport Iowa City and Iowa Falls but Marshalltown voters turned down a proposal to add 600 acres A hot fight at Waterloo waged over a proposal to build a new city hall on the site of the citys Lincoln Park resulted in the de feat of Mayor Glenn Stech who strongly supported ttiat proposi tion Stech was beaten 8713 to 5 638 by Edward A Jochumsen who carried with him the six City Council candidates on his slate Jochumsen announced lhat he order an unofficial or advis ory referendum vole Jan 10 on where Waterloo people want Iheir new city building located Severa siles have been suggested In Des Moines where a spirilec City Council election drew out a record 46200 vote two members of a threeman slate and the only incumbent councilman on the bal lot were elected Reinbold O Carlson and Mrs Florence T Myers two members of the slate for three Counci posts were chosen along with Councilman Charles F lies Constituted Bloc Prior to this fall Robert Conley Frank McGowan and Mayor Raj Mills constituted a bloc on the Des Moines council Mills presi dent of the Iowa Federation o Labor AFLCIO did not seek re election and Conley and McGowan were holdovers At Sioux City Mayor George W Young and two fellow councilmen Harold O Benson and F Pau Beck were ousted Elected in the turnover and their vole total were Fred Davenport 10953 Paul B Rosene 10665 and Free Thli Paper of Two M VICTORY B Meyner Governor of New Jersey and his wife the former Helen Stevenson wave as they receive the cheers of his political AP Photofax workers Meyner mentioned as a possible Democratic candidate for President de feated Republican Malcolm Forbes in the governor race Democrats Sweep Top Races in OffYear Vote BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democrats swept most signifi cant races Tuesday in an off year election interpreted as indi cating a measure of dissalisfae1 lion with the Eisenhower admin istrations military and domestic policies Democrats won the big ones by Another Reduction in Troop Strength Order in Arkansas WASHINGTON W The Army announced Wednesday another heavy cut in the number of troops and federalized National Guards men on school integration duly at Little Rock Ark Secretary Wilber M Brucker said the decision to reduce the troop contingenl was based on Ihe sleady improvemenl in com munily stabilily noled currently in Little Rock The Army said this second round of troop reductions will be carried out forthwith and that thereafter 225 paratroopers of the First Battle Group of the 101st Airborne Division will remain There now are about 500 regular victories in the governor races in New Jersey and Virginia and in the reelection ofMayor Robert F Wagner Jr of New York City Republicans held on to House seats in special elections in New Jersey and Pennsylvania in their only indication of stemming the Democratic tide Although none could assess ac curately the political effect of the firing of two Soviet satellites there was general opinion this ad T Kelly 9757 Burlington voters elected Ray Army soldicrs in the Morrison over Mayor Arl Drcbenarca sladl by a 700vote margin and Tne reduction also will mitted American setback con tributed to what could only be regarded as a Democratic sweep Republicans had scant hopes of winning any significant test in Tuesdays balloting They faced an offyear election trend that usually goes against the party in control of the White House But some GOP members had hoped Fairmont Votes to Legalize Liquor FAIRMONT Minn W Fair mont voters Tuesday approved by an extremely slim margin a proposal to legalize the sale of liquor in the city for the first their candidates might do belle than they did Top Contests In one of the top contests Dem ocratic Gov Robert B Meyner o New Jersey scored a2o6pOOvot margin over his Eisenhoweren dorsed GOP State Sen Malcolm S Forbes Eisenhowe thus was denied the big shot in the arrri he said a Forbes vie lory would give certain Republi cans Meyners victory propelled bin into the contest for the 1960 Dem ocratic presidential nomination wilh ail Ihe force of a Russian satellile His reelection in a nor mally Republican slale likely to set off a rocket for any presidential ambi tions he holds Domestically the Eisenhowe adminislralion got an answe from Virginia to the President action in sending federal troop into Litlle Rock Ark to enforc a federal court order for racia school integration Snowed Under Republican Theodore Roosevel Ted Dalton was snowed unde in the Virginia governors rac by former State Atty Gen J Lindsay Almond Jr Dalton pollei 45 per cent of the vote in normal Khrushchev Urges Highlevel Talks Plan Ring of Missile Bases To Counter Russ Lead in Rockets Main Item at NATO Talks WASHINGTON United Slales is expecled to propose lo allied nations the creation of a network of missiles bases within Iriking distance of Soviet tar gets The proposition may figure in President Eisenhowers meeting with leaders of the North Atlan tic Treaty Organization in Paris in midDecember Secretary of State Dulles told RockUimc in 42 years Unofficial tabulations showedjDempcratic Virginia in his first apply the proposal to establish a mu a news conference Tuesday nighl that while Ihe United Slates ha already made arrangements with Britain for establishmenl of an intermediate range missiles unit in the British Isles he thought would be desirable lo have them elsewhere Two Types The missiles involved would be those which like Ihe Armys Ju piter and the Air Force Thor have an operational range o 1500 to 2000 miles The arrangement made with the British at the Bermuda Con ference last spring provides for the United States to furnish the missiles to Britain Supplies atomic or hydrogen warheads also would be kept close by bu those would remain in control o the United Stales ready for use if war broke out Dulles pictured Ihe Unilec Stales as being behind Russia in the developemnt of ballistics mis siles but said I feel assured that we can catch up Dulles said that barring a breakdown in the Soviet system he does not think the Unitec Stales will ever again have the wide margin of superiority in military power which it had ove the Soviet Union 10 years ago That was just before the Rus sians exploded their first atomic device Great Danger In terries of the EastWest pow The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy through Thursday Low Thurs day 2832 High Thursday mid 40s owa Mostly cloudy through Thursday wilh chance of light rain extreme southeast Not so cold Wednesday night low 2838 Colder north Thursday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Thursday through Monday will average to 5 degrees below normal with no large day to day changes Normal highs 48 north to 55 south Normal lows 29 norlh lo 33 soulh Pre cipitation will average less lhan a tenth of an inch west to near Iwolenlhs in extreme east occurring as very light rain Thursday and rain or snow Sunday or Monday Minnesota Partly cloudy liltle temperature change GlobeGazelle wealher data up o 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Clea 41 22 22 56 33 Lake Secory for Mayor CLEAR LAKE E L Se cory head of a plumbing firm was elected mayor of Clear Lake Tuesday in a spirited contest for that office and five council seats It brought out 1632 voters Se Tom Harlin with 711 Mayor M A er relationship he said this ere a dangerwhich forces the cory topped 880 votes to Hintzman was not a candidate Elected to the council were Floyd Nesbit Carroll Anderson Arleigh EddyArt Johnson and Harold Jorgenrud All had sub stantial majorities Sidney Hal ford was reelected park com missioner with 904 votes to 621 for Duane Huey The vote for council Firs Ward Nesbit 380 Kenneth Sonksen 213 Second Ward derson 335 Everett Callanan 141 Third Ward Eddy 348 Robert Gray 154 at large son 754 Jorgenrud 740 Arthur Butts 500 Dr J D Hugins 430 NEW PREMIER Felix Gail lard 38 won approval Tuesday night as the 24th postwar pre mier of France The National Assembly vote was 337 to 173 He thus becomes the youngest premier in French Republican history I ncumbents Triumph in Mason City The six incumbent Associate Citizens Party candidates in Ma son City were returned to pffic for another four years in Tues days city election The only contests on the ballo were in the Ihree city counci seat races Each of the incum benls won by a comfortable ma jority Mayor George E Mendon wa elecled for his second term wit 1667 votes Unopposed on th ballot the mayor was oppose by only two writein voteson for Al Lansing and one for a E Fritz Broadbent Wins Walter Broadbent 2nd Ware councilman was returned to oi fice with a vote of 315 His op ponent A M Schanke receive 191 votes from 2nd Ward resi dents In the 4th Ward councilma Lloyd McGee defeated independ ent G E Platls 318 to 157 C E Leffler large received councilmanat 1211 vote Frank Marsh edged Art Hartman to federahzed National GuardImcipal liquor store approved byl for safety commissioner a post Hartman had held by appoinlmenl to fill a vacancy Three other of ficials in the commission form of government were reelected Davenport which elects its city officials on the political party ba sis named seven Republicans and three Democrats to the City Coun cil State Rep Don Petrucelli headed the GOP victory which re turned the Republicans to control of the city government He de units The 153rd Infantry Regiia 12vote margin 17731761 The ment of the Guard now totaling about 1800 on duty will be re duced to about 900 vote will not be official until a canvassing board checks the ballots Thursday Public School Not Place for Sex Education Pastor Says The public school is no place for feated the Rev F G Codd in thesex instruction says Prof Fred mayorality race Bond Issues Bond issues approved by voters Tuesday included Rcinbeck for a new fire station Lenox S35000 for a swimming pooi ric Norstad Minneapolis broth er of the NATO general He spoke Wednesday at the annual district pastoral conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Church taught to our children as just more of the facts of life but rather as a wondrous gifl of God lo be used in accordance with the purposes for which man was created Proper Contexts To avoid the distorted attitudes Scx instruction in the church from our culture Ihe dangers of snoud never be Ircalcd by ilself Marshalltown voted on a bond issue for a city airport but it lacked 56 votes of receiving the required majority At Council Bluffs voters over whelmingly voted a new 10year franchise for City Transit Lines The new franchise exempts the firm from paying about a year in occupation taxes A bond issue for an new Council Bluffs fire station was approved but one for a city equip ment garage was turned down BOMB ELDRIDGE PROBE UP Scott County authorities Wednesday were investigaling a homemade bomb made from a 20gallon milk can that was discovered on the Lester Hansen Long Grove farm near secular points of view said Pas tor Norslad Ihe job of teaching aboutsex and the right attitudes toward it belong to the Christian home and the church Biological Aspects Tm afraid of these sexperts on the one hand who think much time must be centered on sex in struction and of those people on the other hand who want lo run away from the subject altogeth er It is impossible to give in the schools a socalled purely fac tual presentation of the biological aspects of sex declared the pro fessor from Luther Theological Seminary in St Paul The biological facts of sex he said cannot be divorced from the emotions and attitudes of teacher or pupils Such an emotionally loaded subject should never be but always whole life whole body teaching and in relation with God of our tehology lo to our the Christian It should be presented in the proper con texts such as wilh Ihe doctrine of creation the first article of the Apostles Creed wherein the body and sex are seen to be good in themselves part of Gods handiwork and plan As lo the purpose of sex Prof Norstad said I cannot from the body of Scriplure or any of own observations ings believe sex of human my be was crealed solely for Ihe purpose of repro duction It is a most eloquent way for husband and wife to express and give their love to each other Tuesday Almond was backed vigorously TPfniuori u JUI free to increase their R B Edmundson throughout the city Ai de Buhr by the stale organization ofDem ocratic Sen Harry F Byrd who has called for massive resist ance to school integration But in Little Rock itself candi dates described by segregationists as potential race mixers won six of seven posts as city directors The seventh seat was won by a man who did not file as an avowed segregationisl but was backed by the local Citizens Coun cil Smashing Victory In New York City Mayor Wag ner won a smashing victory with oul bencfil of the Liberal party vote This encouraged Democrats to believe they have built up the party foundation lo reelect Gov Averell Harriman next year The Negro vole in Harlem which Re publicans had hoped would ty and cooperation I think that we do face uation he said where the dan ger is so great where the con sequences of not combining are so serious both in lerms of mili lary effectiveness and in terms of the cost of sustaining a mili lary establishmenl lhat there will be increasing acceptance of that point of view France as well as Brilain has asked for missiles Dulles declaring By keeping the world on the same office had brink of war as Dulles Put jt 636 votes There were imPerialists are trying to Rogers was reelectedi writeins for C D Herme for the ake favorable conditions for a silcily Ireasurer by a vole of 1359 position lne imperialist monopolies Jubilee Is Opened by Party Boss Taunts West With Remarks MOSCOW Party boss Nikita Khrushchev called Wednesday for a high level astWest meeting to seek an end o world tensions Speaking at a joint jubilee ses sion of the Supreme Soviet the Soviet Unions P arliament Khrushchev declared We should like to have a higH evel meeting of representatives of capitalist and Socialist coun ries so as to reach agreement on excluding war as a means of solv ng politicalquestions At the same time the party chief repeated the recent Soviet charges that the Americans are plotting against Syria and ihcit ing Israel and Turkey to provoca tion Earlier in high spirits over Russias lead in the space satel lite race he called on the United States and other nations to send up baby moons to join Russians in a commonwealth of Sputniks Production Volume Such a such a competition would be much better than competition in the race to manufacture death producing weapons he declared Khrushchev predicted the So viet Union could exceed Amer icas volume of production in the next 15 years He said the re quirements of the Soviet peopla could be satisfied in 5 to 7 years without curtailing military pro duction and heavy industry and that the housing shortage would be licked in 10 to 12 years Khrushchev also condemned the NATO summit meeting in Paris in December which President Ei senhower Prime Minister Mac millan and other Western heads of state will attend The Soviet chief said that meeting prom ises nothing good in the cause peace IT Khrushchev leveled a specific blast at TJ S Secretary of State R R He was The issue for the extension of the lerms of Ihe mayor council men and Ireasurer from two to four years was defeated by a vote of 529 to 408 Sputnik Eisenhower Watkins Is His Name No Opposition City Treasurer Ross Potter re ceived 1669 votes with no opposi tion and Police JudgeB R Dunn received 1658 voles to keep his position One wrilein vole for police judge was for Joseph Smith bringing back memories of Ihe Joe The United States for its part ST PAUL sixdayf needs advanced bases for interold son of Mr ynd Mrs Samuel range missiles if IhcyjWalkins St Paul will be named Smith vote in national the 1956 Re A their way went about 41 go for Wagner Eisenhower had endorsed Wag ners Republican opponent Rob ert K Christenberry In Pennsylvania Democratic mayors David Lawrence of Pitts burgh and John Hanlon of Scran ton won unprecedented fourth terms GOP apparently lost a net of five mayors Three Democratic mayors howi ever were unsealed in Connecti cut are lo serve the purpose of de Sputnik terring the Soviets from aggres sion Watkins Eisenhower says his called Sput or Ike for short vv it court bul C R nn will lJiUSliCe 3S JudSe son will be judge Dunns absence Sputnik II Seen in Sky Over Midwestern States PLANS DIVORCE LOS ANGELES wife of Frederick Loewe 56 Wednesday The meeting of some 150 passaid she plans a Nevada divorce tors from Iowa Kansas Oklafrom the composer who turned horn a and Texas ended Wcdnesoul Ihe ditties of the Broadway day afternoon musical My Fair Lady BY THE UNITED PRESS Russias second satellite Sputnik II was clearly ob served over Iowa and other Midwestern slates early Wed nesday appearing like a large diamond in its silent sweep across the sky Moonwatchers newsmen and others reported seeing the dog carrying satellite from the Wesl Coast lo the Midwest It firsl flashed over northern California belween San Fran cisco and Monterey at am Sputnik II was clearly visible to the naked eye in the cloud less predawn sky At Muscatinc two Mississip pi River lock No 16 tenders Russell McVicker and Hiram Nyenhuis reported sighting at am the bright starlike object McVicker said it was traveling from southwest to northeasl at a swift speed and was visible for about 90 sec onds G M Ludwig Iowa City said he observed the satellite from am to am and that it was the brightest ob ject in he sky much brighter than Sputnik I flu Only 1915 voles were casl Tuesday There ers registered in eligible to vote were 15036 vot the city and FLU FATAL TO MONKEY DURHAM NC UP Asian flu apparently is nol confined lo humans Sam McGuire a 6year old monkey at the Durham Chil drens Museum died Tuesday An autopsy report showed monkey died of Asian flu the SAME Speaks 3 Hours The Soviet leader spoke for three hours and seven minutes to 17000 persons jamming Moscows giant Sports Palace His audience gave him a standing ova tion as he entered with Red Chinas included leaders from all over Ihe Commu nist world onhand for the 40th anniversary Thursday of the Bol shevik Revolution Khrushchev in his speech bora down on the achievements of Rus sian scientists The Soviet Union he said was the first to use atomic energy for peaceful purposes He claimed it had developed the intercontinen lal ballistic missile for the same use and cited the Soviel launch ing of Ihe first two earth satel lites Now our first Sputnik is not lonely in its space travels Khrushchev said The Soviet leader poked light fun at Americas Project Van guard Life has shown it was the So viet Sputniks which were ahead of the van he observed Our Sputniks are circling Ihe world and are waiting for Ameri can and other Sputniks to appear and make a commonwealth of Sputniks HELPING HAND PORT ARANSAS Tex Coast Guard answering a shrimp boats plea for help Tues day pumped all the water out of the Scotch and Soda and sent her on her way I   

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