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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited lor flw LOBEOAZETTE TH I N E WSP AP E R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL H Presi and United latcnittoai FuD Tc copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 IMI TUi Coaricte ot Four tecttoMSccttMi OM Ad ams Has Not Quit White Hou AFLSet for Big Election Dale Opposes Ray Mills DES MOINES con tests over the presidency and other offices in the Iowa Federa tion of Labor AFLCIO stepped up the tempo at the organiza tions state convention here Wed nesday The convention will decide in Thursdays election whether Ray 56 Des Moines will be deposed as president and the reins given to Vernon Dale 56 Mus catine now a vice presidentat large The way for a showdown was officially cleared when these two were nominated from the floor Tuesday Both men were heads of their respective in the AFL and Dale in the before the merger in 1956 Mills has been president of the merged federation since that time NEARLY 1000 delegates are expected to be on hand for Thurs days balloting One other sal aried office is being contested Carl Baum 54 Des Moines for merly of Keokuk is being op posed for reelection as secretary treasurer by Paul M Larsen 33 Waterloo Baum is a member of the Grain Union Larsen is secretary of the Black Hawk Union Council One convention surprise Tues day was the unopposed nomina tion of Jack McCoy 29 Ottum wa for reelection as executive yice president There had been reports ythai hetop w6uldhave a fight on his hands McCoy was declared elected when no oppon ent appeared presidency pays year the offices of secretary treasurer and executive vice pres ident each Mills was nominated for reelec tion by George Weimy Keokuk who said that after the AFL and CIO had lived separately for 20 years Mills has kept up together under one roof EDRIS H OWEN Newton who nominated Dale said the Musca tine man would give the federa tion aggressive progressive and tireless leadership Dale had stepped down as one of the two vice presidentsatlarge to run against Mills asserting that the Iowa labor movement has be come sluggish and discouraged When Wilton Seymour of Des Moines the other vice president atlarge did not stand for reelec tion both offices were left open and three candidates were nom inated for the posts They were Henry Carter 39 Des Moines formerly of Burlington and now a member of the State Employment Security Commission Donald Q Lewis 34 Council Bluffs president of the Council Bluffs Building Trades Council JAMES CAFFREY Des Moines business representative of the Rubber Workers Union Results of delegate caucuses showed the election of six district vice presidents one of which may be contested Those named were Mike McDonald Bettendorf District 1 John Grogan Dubuque District 2 Fred Peterson Water loo District 3 Jake Mincks Ot tumwa District 4 Ben Jeffries Des Moines District 5 and Merle Morrison Sioux City District 6 Andrew J Frommelt Dubuque chairman of the District 2 cau cus said Grogan defeated Gerald Ketchum Cedar Rapids 2821 Dubuque opponents of Grogan said they were going his election on grounds of illegal procedures Spencer Man Killed in CarTruck Crash STORM LAKE UPT Peter Caiusen 75 Spencer was killed j when his car and a cement truck collided on i country road east of here Tuesday Highway patrolmen said thej driver of the truck and his com panion ioid them Clausen failedi fr tering an intersection Clausens re Jeers HEADS LABOR Mrs Herold Weigand Mason City is the new president of the Iowa Labor Auxiliaries AFLCIO Her election Tuesday completed the merger of the state labor units separate groups Mrs Weigand has been active for many years in Mason City labor organizations She is a past local and county presi dent of the American Legion Auxiliary and is now district treasurer Not in Love With Liz Eddie Soys HOLLYWOOD Eddie Fisher whose marriage to Debbie Reynolds once was considered ideal by Holly wood denied Wednesday he was in love with ravenhaired Elizabeth Taylor The singer admitted he was havinga marital standing with Debbie but said it had do with his breakfastmidnight dates with Miss Taylor in New York No Im not in love with Liz Fisher said Shes not in love with me The be tween Debbie and has nothing to do with Elizabeth We are all good friends Eddie and Debbie were both at their West Los Angeles home where late Tuesday they scaled a backyard fence to escape newsmen and photographers and take Miss Reynolds to a doctor because of her nerves Both Fisher and Miss Taylor widow of producer Mike Todd returned Tuesday from New York where their breakfast lunch and dinner dates and ap pearance in night spots pro duced speculation of a budding romance Lovely Elizabeth had nothing muchto say to newsmen either when she stepped off a Trans World Airline plane Tuesday night I have nothing to say except she told report in New York she ers Earlier snapped at a newsman who asked her if she were falling in love with Eddie a stupid question Im not going to dignify it with an answer Another School Integrated THE ASSOCIATED FKESS A group of shouting jeering vomen tried but failed to hal legro students from attending a ireviously allwhite elementary chool at Madisonville Ky Wed esday IgnoringU S marshals re jortedly taking part in the schoo ntegration disputes for the firs ime then only asobserv ers some 10 women lined up out idethe Pride Avenue Elemeh ary School Sheriffs deputies and state po ke escorted the Negroes into he building Earlier attorneys for the Na ional Assn for the Advancement of Colored People urged the US upreme Court to denya delay in desegregating Little RockCentral High School They argued that public resistance is hot cause to nullify integration or ders THE NAACP filed a legal brief n advance of Thursdays hearing at which the court will review a iederal district court order of a 30month breathing spell for Lit tle Rock The Justice Department which did not file a brief has offered full cooperation in preventing violence and disorder should the court order prompt integration a1 Little Rock Tuesday segregation ended a the Louisiana State University branch in New Orleans and Ne groes were ordered admitted to white schools at Charlottesville Va The plan involves use of injunc tion proceedings against thbs who oppose integration by uri lawful acts Such injunctions nave been credited with success during integration disorders at Clinton Tenn and Hoxie Ark Backed by a federal court or der two New Orleans teenagers became the first Negroes to regi ster without incident as the new commuters college opened GOV EARL LONG of Louisi ana said he is certain the order will be appealed The college is designed to take some of the stu dent load off the main campus at Baton Rouge In Virginia Federal Judge John Paul ordered 12 of 33 Negro ap plicants admitted to a white ele mentary school and a white high school in Charlottesville Paul overrode pleas that integration might bring on disorders BALLOONIST KILLED WARSAW Francis zek Hynek 49 Polands top bal loon pilot was killed Tuesday dur ing a training flight AP Photofax BEST SEATS ARE FREE Civilians crouch behind building going on in Caracas Venezuela dmmg an abor shelter they can find or down on the tive insurrection Cars in foreground were burned out pavement as they watch the battle for a government duimg the fighting Ike Aide Again in Spotlight Report Says Hes Leaving FROM OUK WIRE SEKVTCEB NEWPORT R I summer White House Wednesday denied a published report that Sherman Adams target of hot fire in the Bernard Goldfme case has re signed as President Eisenhower chief aide It is just not true press sec retary James C Hagerty said in comment on a resignation story in the Laconia N H Evening Citizen The Laconia Citizen story said its information came from a Washington officeholder quite friendly to Gov Adams who asked that his identity not be dis closed There has been no resignation in any shape form or manner submitted by Gov Adams Hag erty added But at Washington an admin istration official said that Adams Eor all practical purposes has left the White House staff and not expected to return to work the Presidents assistant ADAMS LEFT this week for a fishing trip m New England The administration figure told United Press International I think question of a resignation is over PRIMARY ELECTIONS ABOUT OVER Democrdfs Post More Gains By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Democrats turning out an rec ord ma jor voting gains in Tuesdays 10state pri mary elections1 The party upsurge stood out particularly in Wisconsin Min nesota and Utah It came on the Zip in Air as Mercury Dips There was a zip in the air over Iowa Wednesday morning as tem peratures dropped into the 40s and 5Cs Mason City and Spencer had the state low of 43 degrees It was 46 at Waterloo Tuesdays high was 88 at Sioux City The cold front touched off thun dershowers which dropped up to three inches of rain and at least one tornado funnel was sighted Tuesday Threeinch rains fell at Creston and Lorimor causing temporary localized flooding Ma rengo reported nearly an inch and a half heels of Democratic victories in Maine on Monday The strength of the Democratic turnout featured what was Bother wise truetoform voting in the years last big series of primary contests for Congress and gover nor Hot party contests may have played a big part in getting out the Democratic voters Victory by Mrs Knutson Leads Demos in Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS Congresswoman Coya Knutsons oppon ent conceded defeat Wednesday after a downtothewire battle for he Democratic nomination that uncovered a statewide Democratic show of power in the Minnesota primary Returns from 444 of 641 precincts in the 9th District gave the 45yearold exschoolmarm 14748 votes to 12243 for Marvin Even on who campaigned with the support of Mrs Knutsons husband Evenson 46yearold Moorhead Minn businessman issued a concession statement after nearly eight hours of tabulating in which Mrs Knutson lagged in the counting but held a firm margin of some 2000 votes most of the IN WISCONSIN Democrats opped the combined GOP vote or the first time in this century An unprecedented turnout in the cities particularly Milwaukee rolled up the Democratic total Rural Wisconsin still favored the Republicans Utah Democrats displayed un precedented strengthin nominat ing Frank E Moss to oppose vet eran Republican Sen Arthur V Watkins Generally the established poli tical pattern prevailed as Repub licans and Democrats tapped their candidates Tuesday in Flor i talk wlth steps into a car at Los Angeles eaVwasstnick broadside by the ter taking Reynolds to airport and had nothing to say about her mick I a hospital foFa bad case of His reported romance with the singer way She thus apparently won her fight for a third term bid over he opposition of her husband Andrews wBo pleaded with her all summer to forget about poli tics and come home to Oklee Andrew a hotel operator said lis wifes prolonged stays in Washington were threatening to reak up their home life Mrs Knutson will face state ilep Odin Langen who won the Republican nomination without opposition in the fall election 45 is a conservative egislative leader The primary produced an out pouring of Democratic votes that appeared headed for a rec ord primary total for the party Democrats outpolled Republican by hefty margins in nearly every contest apparently posing major threat to the Senate seat held by Republican Edward Thye and also beefing up already strong prospects in state races Thye won nomination easily did his November opponeni JCarthy DMinn 42yearold con jgressman who turned oack Hjal jmar Pctersen a former state governor and longtime office hoiaer jc Gov Orville Freeman was rej nominated withoutopposition on Democratic ticket while George MacKinnon won the GOP bid Most of the candidates endorsee y both parties won nomination The one big exception was GOP ieutenant governor candidate Arthur Ogle Mankato He was defeated by Bernard Ericsson The Weather Mason City Fair through Thurs day High Thursday 7074 Low Wednesday night 4549 Iowa Generally fair t h r p u g Thursday Cooler south portion Wednesday night low 45 nortl to 55 south Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 4 degrees below normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 75 north to 79 south Normal lows 53 north to 56 south Quite cool at beginning of period with a slow warming trend by the weekend Rainfall will be light averag ing about onefourth of an inch occurring late Thursday or Fri Minnesota Scattered showers warmer High Thursday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up 9 Maximum 84 da Vermont New Hampshire Massachusetts Minnesota Wis consm Arizona Colorado Utah and Washington THESE WERE the major re sults t 1 Sen Spessard Holland eated former Sen Claude Pep er in the 58yearold liberals id for a return to the US Sen ate in the Florida Democratic primary equivalent to election in bat state 2 Gov Ernest McFarland of Arizona was enroute to clearing he first hurdle in his attempt to return to the Senate by rolling up m early 21 lead over Democratic National Committeeman Stephen angmade McFarlands Novem er opponent would be Republican Sen Barry Goldwater the man who ousted him in 1952 Goldwater was renominated without opposi tion 3 TWO SENATORS Arthur Watkins RUtah and William Proxmire beat back intraparty challengesbut may be faced with serious trouble in November because of heavy vote totals polled by the opposi ion parties in their primaries Watkins will be pitted against Democrat Frank E Moss and for mer Gov J Bracken Lee running as an independent Proxmirewho was named to GOP Sen Joseph R McCarthys seat in a special election last year will seek a six year term against Roland E Steinle nominated without op position by the Republicans Tuesdays contests involving 8 Senate seats 59 House berths and 7 governorships completed the 1958 primary elections except for Georgia and Rhode Island Georgia was holding a Demo cratic primary Wednesday for Sovernor and 10 House seals Rhode Island has a split deal pri mary the Democrats holding theirs next Wednesday and the Republicans Sept 25 and done dont hes coming back If there was any doubt in Adams mind about leaving it was according to the officials resolvedby election where the Adams Goldfinei may have been a factor in startling Democratic victory The Delnocratic victory m Maine caused hardpressed Re publican candidates elsewhere renew their cries that should go 7f A friend of the former New Hampshire governor who been Eisenhowers chief of staff since the start of the ad ministration expressed the belief that Adams had come to the con clusion that his political effective ness was severely damaged by the Goldfme disclosures THECONTROVE RSY over Adams flared last June when House committee investigators brought out that the wiry white haired presidential aide had ac cepted costly gifts and favors froniGpidfjne at a time the BOJH ton industrialist was in trouble before government regulatory agencies Figuring among the gifts and favors were a vicuna coat an Oriental rug and payment of worth of hotel bills for Adams and his family Adams acknowledged accepting gifts and favors but testified he never exerted any influence in getting in touch with federal agencies in connection with fines business troubles Adams said he made only routine in quiries After Adams testified before the House committee Eisenhower said Adams had been imprudent in relations with Goldfine but that he regarded his aide as a man of honesty and integrity The President said moreover I need him Ike to Speak on Formosan Crisis V NEWPORT RI W Presi dent Eisenhower will make a major nationwide televisionra dio address from Washington Thursday night on the Far East crisis Eisenhower will speak from hij White House office in Washing ton for half an hour starting at 8 pm There will be both live and delayed broadcasts While Eisenhower will inter rupt his vacation to return to Washington he does not plan to end it The President expects to return to the Newport RI sum mer White House Friday morn ing WARING DIES M E M P HI S Roane Waring 77 a past national commanderofthe American Le At jfBUck n
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