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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZ T H I N I W S f A F I R T H A T M A K IS A L L NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL M Pttii FuH LCIM Wlrei Te a Ccpr MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER V1MI Paper Owilsti e Two OM I AFL to Select Officers Dale Throws Hat in Ring DES MOINES Dale Muscatine said Tuesday he will oppose Ray Mills DCS Moines as president of the Iowa Federa tion of Labor Before the merger of the AFL and CIO in 1956 Mills was presi dent of the AFL and Dale headed the CIO After the merger Mills was chosen president and Dale was elected vice president at large The combined organization opened its third annual conven tion Tuesday The federation has about 100000 members affiliated with various unions in Iowa In announcing his candidacy Dale said The labor movement in Iowa has become sluggish and discour aged It sadly needs a dynamic push to get going AND MILLS will be seeking a oneyear term for the S8000ayear office Jack McCoy Ottumwa is seeking reelection as executive vice president Sev eral persons have been mentioned as possible opponents of McCoy Earl Baum Des Moines is a candidate for reelection as secre tarytreasurer and he is expected to be opposed by Paul Larsen Waterloo A resolution presented by the Iowa Assn of Street Railway Employes asked a modification of the Iowa traffic point system Under the system a driver ac cumulating 10 penalty points with in a year loses his drivers li cense for one month THE ASSOCIATION requested that if a has a license sus pendedwhiledriving his personal car but is dependent upon driv ing a bus taxicab or other ve hicle for a livelihood that he be given a restricted license which would permit him to drive on his job but not for personal reasons Convention talk centered around two controversial resolu tions and candidates for state federation offices One of the resolutions submit ted by Local 46 of the United Packinghouse Workers of Amer ica and the Black Hawk County Union Council calls for election of only one fulltime paid1 offi cer of the federation This wo replace the present setup of three fulltime officers president ex ecutive vice president and secre tary treasurer The second resolution s u b mitted by Carpenters Local 106 of DCS Moines asked that in the fu ture all fulltime international union representatives be barred from office in the state federa tion The Weather OFF COURSE BUT STILL UP Pilots AP Photofax area because of tropical storms The two Jim Heth and Bill Burkhart Texas enhave been aloft since Aug 2 in an at durance fliers refuel at Oklahoma City tempt to beat the 1200hourrecord held after were forced to flee the Dallas by two Arizona pilots Primary Vote in 10 States Pepper Back on Scene BTTRE ASSOCIATED TRESS Two former Democratic sena tors pushed comeback attempt Tuesday as voters in 10 state chose nominees in party primar les Claude Pepper who held a Sen ate seat for 14 years until his de feat in 1950 is bidding for a re turn against Sen Spessard Ho land inFloridas Democratic pr mary equivalent to election Gov ErnestMcFarjand of Ar zona who served two terms in th Senate until he was sidelined in 1952 is making a new try to re turn to Washington in a race with Stephen W Langmade Demo cratic national committeeman for Arizona Tuesdays primary contests in volve 8 Senate seats 59 House seats and 7 governorships MANY CANDIDATES in the pri maries will be nominated auto matically because they have no opposition They include Senators Jotin F Kennedy DMass and Barry Goldwater Goldwater will face the winner of the McFarlandLangmade race it was Goldwater who defeated McFarland in 1952 Among the House races Mrs Coya Knutson DMinn is seeking Democratic renomination in Min Cant Disguise Maine Beating Ike Tells GOP Dulles Hints at Concessions If Red Chinese Vow Peace WASHINGTON Ml Secretary of State Dulles hinted Tuesday the United States is ready to of fer concessions if Red China wiU renounce the use of force in the Formosa Straits Dulles told a news conference could not go into details in advance of expected diplomatic talks with Red China at Warsaw At the same time Dulles em phasized again that the United B52s Collide 12 Men Die SPOKANE Wash WtA giant B52 jet bomber sliced into the side of another at sundown Mon day and both planes crashed in flames near a busy highway Twelve of the 16 men aboard were killed A 200pound chunk of landing gear sailed through the Stales believes it is essentialto he Free Worlds defense posture n the Far East to maintain a irm stand against Red Chinese hreats to conquer Nationalist ield islands in the Formosa Straits DULLES INDICATED that if Red China were to attack today he United States would help the Nationalist defenders at first ogistically and later with Ameri can fighting men if the National sts were unable to beat back the Communist invaders But Dulles refused to spell out precisely what the United States would do in any given circum stance And he stressed that despite the tension he expected no war He acknowledged however that the situation could be compared with Korea and the blockade of Berlin DULLES TOLD reporters U S Ambassador Jacob Beam in air smashed through a service sta tion sign and skidded to rest on Tuesday with Red Ambassador Vang PingNan He said Beam old Wang the United States was time to start talking ft precise date was suggested Dulles said he hopes to work out n these talks a modus a method for getting along In reply to a question Dulles aid the United States would seek agreement along detailed specific the shoulder of Highway 2 a Mason City Occasional showcrsmain link between Spokane and nesota without the support of her husband who thinks she should come home and forget about serv ing in Congress In fact husband Andrew threw his backing to his wifes o p p o n e n t businessman Marvin A Evenson A rundown of other major pri mary contests VERMONT Sen Ralph E Flanders is retiring and former Gov Lee E Rep Winston L Prbuty are vying in a hot battle to win the Republican nomination for the seat MASSACHUSETTS Joining Kennedy in automatically gain ing renomination will be Demo cratic Gov Foster Furcolo who likewise had no primary opposi tion Vincent J Celeste 34 Bos ton lawyer had no opposition in the Republican primary for sen CLINTON A CLAUSON AND WIFE BORN IN MITCHELL New Maine Governor Native of North Iowa Democrat Muskie Victorious FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES President Eisenhower Tuesday sized up the Democratic sweep in the Maine elections as a Re publican party beating there no use tryingto disguise Eisenhowers reaction of disap pointment was reported to news the summerWhite Housi by press secretary James C Hagerty y Hagerty spoke shortly the Republican National tee in Washington had supplied Eisenhower at his request with final returns on the Maine cori tests Democrats in the state won US Senate seat for the first time in 47 years They also retained the governorship and scored oth er major triumphs THE OUTCOME dealt a great jlow to Republican hopes for apturing control of Congress The Maine outcome often if regarded as a weathervane as to low the wind may blow in the general November elections I havent anything to say WATERVILLE Maine fuel oil dealer former internal revenue service director and exmayor The governorelec of Mainehasbeen allof these And hes alsoa native of Iowa Dr Clinton Al Clausbn a longtime party politician who startec as a city committee worker in 1928 won a surprise decision over former Republican Gov Horace A Hildreth The 63yearold jack of all trades who was raised as an Iowa farm boy became thefirst Maine governor elected to a fouryear erm He won partly on a roniise to continue the fine vork S Muskie las been doing Maines n e xt governor and thunderstorms Tuesday night Generally fair Wednes day Cooler Tuesday night and Wednesday Low Tuesday night 5055 High Wednesday 6872 Iowa Partly cloudy through Wednesday Scattered showers central and east Tuesday night cooler north and west lows 54 northwest to 64 southeast Cool er Wednesday Minnesota Fair and cooler Frost in north High Wednesday 6070 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 79 Minimum 63 At 8 am 72 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 77 51 First Thor Missile Arrives in Britain LONDON The first Amer leanmade Thor missile to reach Britain was kept under strict se eattle The roar of the crash ines instead of along general state House ines as in past fruitless talks with Gibbons as Red China DULLES SAID that if the Chi nese Reds agreed to a meaningful renunciation of force that would alter the situation Consequences would flow from this he said but he could not spell them out in advance because they involved relations with the rights of an China Dulles was asked whether the United States would recommend evacuation of Quemoy Matsu and other offshore islands held by Na tionalist China if the Peiping re gime agreed to renounce force He replied the United States could not itself negotiate the fu ture the offshore islands since ator The GOP tapped former Speaker Charles its gubernatorial flying debris and the explosion as the planes hit the ground terrified wo fleeing service station at endants and two customers along with patrons of a nearby avern But no one on the ground was hurt The eightmiltiondollar B52s Drime atom bomb carriers of the Strategic Air Command were making routine landings at Fair child Air Force Base when they collided 1500 feet over the high way The B25s were carrying some classified materials but officials said these did not include nuclear weapons Iowa Youth to Face Manslaughter Charge MANCHESTER lfl A Dela ware County grand jury has in dicted David Becker 18 Man chester on a manslaugh ter charge in connection with an Admits Kidnaping Slaying Secretary FORT COLLINS Colo bpdy of a pretty blonde belong to Nationalist China rapher who was kidnaped rav ished and later died of three bul let wounds in her head was found in a shallow grave atop a mountain Sheriff Ray Scheerer said Floyd J Robertson a husky 25 yearold cement worker and father of three orally admitted the crime Robertson told officers But he said a Red Chinese re nunciation of force if effective and dependable would certainly be a new element lowan Gets Post on Commerce Commission WASHINGTON Wi Charles he warned the woman Marjorie A Webb 41 who was reared in Schneider 18 that Im a crackOttumwa Iowa has been named shot and then pumped three bullets into her head Sunday morning as she ran from his car candidate to replace George Fingold whodied Aug 31 NEW record field of five candidates is seek ng the Republican nomination or governor Four are vying in Jie Democratic race Sen William Proxmire is expected to gain renomination over two op ponents one of whom formerly served as Proxmires campaign manager The Republican sena torial candidate Roland J Steinle a former State Supreme Court judge had no opposition Edward J hye is favored to win the Re ubiican nomination for a third erm despite the opposition of vo candidates Rep Eugene IcCarthy is seeking the Demo raticFarmerLabor nomination nd has token opposition from Jalmar Petersen a member of he State Railroad Commission by President Eisenhower to the Interstate Commerce Commis sion curity guard Tuesday on the US air base at Lakenheath Within days it will be transferred to a Royal Air Force launching cen ter and foMhe first lime were ridingVifa bridgeabut will have a ballistic missile capment Becker and two others able of delivering an Hbomb 1Were injured 500 miles I Aug 5 traffic accident in which two teenagers were killed Saundra Mesch 19 and Clavin Holthouse 17 both of Manchester killed when the car in which Another Small Drop in U S Jobless Totals WASHINGTON iflThe gov 294000 The departments calcu ernment reported Tuesday that lated that 76 per cent of the la unemployment dropped by 600 bor force was jobless last 000 last month to 4699000 The month on a seasonally adjusted drop was not quite as big as basis This topped the previous A Defense Ministry spokesman confirmed reports from the Unit ed States that the rocket w a s CONGRESSMAN DIES usual at this time of year The rate of unemployment after taking seasonal factors into account rose to the high est point since World War II excluding one month in 1949 when a coal strike pushed up the figure The Commerce and Labor de partment reported employment in August was up nearly 200 WASHINGTONT fl Rep 000 to a seasonal high of 65 fiown secretly from the U Siman P Eberharter DPa died 367000 recession high of 75 per cent in April and compared with a July rate of 73 per cent The last lime the rate reached 76 per rent was during the coal strike of October 1919 There was no question but ihai the narrow changes in the rate in the past seven months showed that Ihe jobs situation was slow to recover from the impact of the recession A year ago 2609000 Americans jiuiVtc ueiya Auviul iviii dii rive by the end ot the year Stroke He was 66 UiO CiitCto ui it tiiiciii pivV niijjii C O iu i pared with a July figure of 5 UTAH Republican Sen Ar hur V Watkins and Democrat rank E Moss a Salt Lake at orney are favored to win their artys primaries although each as opposition COLORADO Gov Stephen i R McNichoIs is unopposed or Democratic renomination and Injunction Again Stops Telegraphers CHICAGO threatened strike of telegraphers against th Chicago and North Western Rail way was put off indefinitely with the signing of a second injunction by Federal Judge Joseph San Perry The hew injunction will remai in effect at least until the US Court of Appeals rules on the dis pute A previous injunction ban a strike until midnight Sept 19 Observers said the Appeal Court decision might take week or months depending on crowded the Appeals calendar is The new injunction was issued after Carl McGowan railway general counsel said the rail road would appeal Perrys deci sion that the unions job freeze demand is subject to negotiation Perry said Federal Court rules empower him to issue injunctions in appeal cases The dispute centers on elimina tion of 123 agent jobs in Iowa and South Dakota and in some cases of assignment of one agent to more than one station The agents work as telegraphers in addition to other duties The union has demanded that is a short husky man with ramrod straight bearing CLAUSON isnt noted for thrill ing oratory or colorful quotes He is quiet and soft spoken His campaign was on the mild type It almost seemed to pain him when he felt called upon tocall Hildreth a political playboy The outstretched hand Clauson figures helped him on his way to the executive mansion in Au gusta The doortodoor campaign going through industries shaking hands with people had a lot to do with it be said I think my public service in the past had something to do with it cept that the Republicans took a beating Hagerty commented adding wryly Thats all you can say on it Asked about Eisenhowers re action Hagerty said He also feels the same way I the Republican party did take a beating and thereis no use disguising it1 Hagerty said Eisenhower also hopes it may help a littlein making everybody work a little harder for the Novemberelec tions r HAGERTYvREPLJED I dont havent any comment when asked what effect if any the Democrats success in would have on the tenure of Sher man Adams as Eisenhowers chief aide But a moment later the press secretary indicated once again that he does not look for Adams to leave will ingly or unwill ingly at this time In Main e Gov Edmund S Muskie de feated GOP Sen Frederick C Payne by a tate Rep Palmer L Burch has clear field for the GOP nomi nation WASHINGTON Sen Henry M Jacksons bid for a second erm is being challenged in the democratic primary by Alice F Bryant a Seattle writer Jack son is heavily favored William 3antz former US attorney at Spokane automatically gets the Republican nomination no telegraphers job be abolished or discontinued except by agree ment between the union and the Army Again Calls 11000Man Draft WASHINGTON UPI The Army will draft 11000 men in No vember the same number as in September and October the De f e n s e Department announced Tuesday The November draft CLAUSON is no Yankee but an import from the Midwest Born on near Mitchell Iowa March 28 1895 Clauson was the oldest of Albert and Belle Clausens three children A broth er is deceased A sister Mrs Donald A Kent lives at Cedar Rapids When Clauson was only a few years old the family moved to Otranto Iowa He was graduated from High School at nearby Lyle Minn and served with the Army overseas during World War I Upon graduation from the Pal mer School of Chiropraclics at Davenport he moved to Water villc Maine where he practiced or 15 years and married Ellen Kellehcr He said he decided to go to Maine because a friend told him of good possibilities for an office in Waterville They have two children a son William and a married daughter Marjorie 3 to 2 margin in a race which lad Undertones of the Bernard Goldfine case Payne accepted expensive gifti from Goldfine wealthy Boston MUSKII Like Adams CLAUSON BEGAN his political career in 1923 starting as a ward committee worker later as chair man of the city committee for seven years Irrl933 he was ap pointed collector of internal rev enue for Maine a position he businessman Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler interpreted the Maine election results as a sign of a strong Democratic trend in the nation THE PEOPLE are sick ol drift and indecision and are eager for firm leadership But ler said Muskie was the first Democrat ever sent to the Senate by the normally Republican electorate of the Pine Tree State The Leg islature chose the last Democrat ic senator in 1911 before sena tors were elected by popular bal lot Clinton A Clauson former mayor of Waterville took the governorship by a close margin over Horace A Hildreth a GOP former governor James C Oliver a Cape Eliza beth real estate man beat out Republican Rep Robert Hale will bring to 2385430 the total for 1S years men called to service since the He says he did just what any draft was resumed in the Koreanordinary kid would do while liv war ing in Iowa His first job was INJURIES FATAL DENISON Charles who was seeking a ninth term in the House Democrat Frank M Coffin a Lewiston lawyer won reelection over Neil S Bishop Stockton building a fire in the schoolroom Springs farmer Coffin when stove every morning Re said hisfirst elected two years ago was teacher paid him five cents a dayithe first Maine Democrat to for the job but since the teacherserve in the House in 22 years Oi a aajusiea raie or 43 per cent j Peterson 22 Denison died herepaid only quarterly Clauson Rep Clifford G Mclntire a jMonday a short after his first bookkeeping byjPerham potato farmer was the jcaugnl her hand in a mangle in keeping trackot howmuch Inejoniy Republican in major oiucft the laundry at which she workedteacher owed him Ho survive the Democratic wave fS   

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