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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowcti Daily Newspaper Idittd for the Homt VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans AMocUUsd and United Internationa Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 4 1961 neighbors 7o a Copy Paper o Two Ont HOME IDJTION No ISt 21 implicated in crime wave 71 after Johnsons old job Texas goes to polls By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Seventy Democrats and one Republican and the Republican has as good a chance as any of the others Thats one way to sum up the special election Tuesday for the United States Senate in Texas which has recruited 71 candi dates and has a number of other ways of being unique It started out rather specially Texas law provides that the governor can appoint a succes for only to a duly sworn senator So Vice President elect Lyndon B Johnson took the oath on Jan 3 and then re signed three minutes later to allow Gov Price Daniels de signec William A Cowboy Bill him Blakley D to succeed NOW BLAKLEY is running for legitimate election to the of fice in a race that has so many entries its harder than usual to handicap The previous record number of candidates was the 29 who contested for the Senate seat eventually won in 1941 by W Lee Pass the Pappy ODaniel Biscuits Numbers alone are not enough to enchant the hardy Texas voler although in this elec tion in the 249 of the 254 vot ing divisions which do not have voting machines he will have to strike the names of 70 candi dates and leave one For the first lime in modern memory a Texas Negro is running for Ihe Senale one Eraslus Sams a farmer There are Ihrce Johnsons in the race none of them related to Lyndon B There are a brace of Wilsons and several other duplications There arc three women one of whom is preacher And there is Bing Crosbys fatherinlaw Delbcrt E Grandslaff of Wesl Columbia Crosbys wife Kalhy Grant is stumping the state for him THERE ARE SOME interest ing ideologies being peddled Blakley who served briefly in the Senate as an appointee in 1957 says he believes in the right of every citizen to segregate himself Blakley also would solve the problem of gold reserves by withholding the billion scheduled to be given away in foreign aid this year Another candidale V C Logan has a scheme for end ing the recession He would of fer every married woman with a job to quit At least half of them would accept he says thereby creating 4 million jobs for men And another 2 million jobs would be created when the women spent the money There is also that Republican He is John G Tower Wichita Falls and even though Texas has never had a GOP senator so far no politically sophisli cated Texan is ruling him out of Ihe race Running against Johnson in 1960 Tower polled 926653 voles or 411 per cent of the statewide tolal SOME REPUBLICANS think that enough Democrals with a real polilical following are in Ihe race Dial they could in ef fccl kill each other off These include in addition to Blakley Texas Attorney Gen Will Wil son US Rep Jim Wrignt Slate Sen Henry B Gonzalez and former State Rep Maury Maverick Jr With so many candidates a runoff election will be necessary If the well kntfwn Democrats share about equally in the first vote Tower could get into the runoff AIRLINER MISSING SANTIAGO Chile UPI A DC3 plane of the Chilean Lincas A routine check of an aban doned car in Clear Lake has led to the solution of 18 offenses within the county and 21 youths have been implicated Thirteen of the 21 implicated I have been questioned by author ities Eight of 13 have admitted being involved in a series of crimes recently The eight admitting being in volved are Wayne Squires 16 Rockwell Richard Trappe 17 rural Mason City Charles Axel sen 15 Clear Lake Leon Me Ilrath 16 Clear Lake Duane Hepperv 16 Clear Lake A J Martin 17 rural Mason City Larry Burke 17 Clear Lake and Tom Skellenger 15 Clear Lake THREE OTHERS have been released and two did not admit any of the offenses Eight others are yet to be picked up for questioning authorities said The offenses range from break ing and entering to vandalism Car thefts and gas thefts also are listed The biggest breakin solved was that of the Burchinal ele vator in March About 200 boxes of shotgun shells were taken at the time The tipoff came Sunday eve ning when Clear Lake police received a report that someone was tapping on a window at a home in the residential area Upon arrival of police at the scene three boys fled and left their car which was towed to the police station A SEARCH of the car by high way patrolmen Clear Lake po lice and deputy sheriffs re vealed some shotgun shells and tools suitable for breakins and entering When the boys returned later for their car they were ques tioned and the whole affair mushroomed from then on authorities said All those arrested have been released to the custody of their parents pending action by ju venile authorities On the inside Approves change in county school setup SPADE COOLEY Bandleader booked for wifes death TEHACHAPI Calif tffi The estranged wife of bandleader Spade Cooley was found beaten to death Monday night at theHouse Tuesday passed 9013 andj Liquor fee hike gets OK Hassle in Iowa House DBS MOINES lowaj couples luxurious ranch home the sheriffs office reported Cootcy 48 a Westernstyle musician and radioTV star of the 1940s and 1950s was booked on suspicion of murder DEPUTY JOHN Howard said of the bandleader Hes all shook up Thats all I can tell you Cooley however did admit to slapping her around a bit His wife Ella Mae Cooley 37 was taken where she was p r o n o unced dead on arri val shortly aft er midnight Coroner Stan ley Newman said she ap parently had been dead about four or five hours Cooley 48 a hospital a c companied MRS COOLEY his wife to the hospital THE SHERIFFS office said the body was found in a bed room at their Water Wonder land part of a lion real estate development sent to the Senate a bill ing the cost of a liquor permit book from the present to Border county legislators ar gued that the increase would hurt state liquor store sales in those areas Rep W J Johannes DAsh ton sponsor of the bill esti mated that the additional SI would bring in about a year The Iowa Liquor Control Commission says the present per permit brings the state about 3320000 annually JOHANNES proposed that the money be channeled into the states general fund and that an appropriation be made later to set up an alcoholic treatment center at the State Mens Re formatory Rep Leonard C Andersen R Sioux City said liquor store per sonnel in his hometown contend the additional cost would tend to cut revenue to state liquor stores there In fact Andersen said they favor abolishing the fee alto gether HE SAID THAT of the five largest private liquor stores in Nebraska two are located at o A ncar Rosamond Calif about South Sioux City Neb just r I i80 miles of Los Anacross the river from Sioux Clear Lake 6 geles Society News 91011 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 16 Comics 18 Farm News 19 TO SELL US WASHINGTON of Commerce Luther H Hodges is going to Europe to sell Euro city And several hundred Cooley in virtual retirement cases a are being sold in from show business in the from those Nebraska few years has been active in stores he added real estate investment in this Southern California area Cooley sued his wife for di vorce March 24 She formerly sang with his band They have two children BLAST INJURES 12 PARIS A bomb peans on travel in the Unitediploded in flic Paris stock ex States and promotion of foreign change building Tuesday in trade Ijuring at least 12 persons Frank Pryatel will manage Oliver plant Charles City Rep Thomas P OTooIe D Dubuque said there were 22 liquor stores in East Dubuque 111 just across the river from AP PhotofaX BAREFOOTED MARCHERS Lon The barefooted boys were in one of two dons clamp weather doesnt faze these columns of marchers who converged on two youths walking to Trafalgar the city Following the rally the group Square for a mass meeting of group op staged a mass sitdown in front of the posed to the use of nuclear weapons US embassy in London Nonnuclear armed force o necessity WASHINGTON UPI for largescale producjons in limited wars should not AToTof business is bcingjfensc Secretary Robert S ruleclout decision done in East Dubuque spencd out in unmisispicad of the poor location of our state terms Tuesday the store in Dubuque said determinatior whether ever be And increasing the cost of a permit would just mean handing them East Dubuque the busi ness on a silver platter ministrations determination to build forces that could fight lim ited wars without nuclear weap dej weapons in limited ishotild not be forced nuclear conflicts upon us CHARLES Pry atcl 47 has been named manj agcr of the Oliver Corporations wheel tractor plant here it was announced Tuesday by Samuel W White Jr president of Oli ver Pryatel succeeds George W Bird who is retiring Bird has been manager of the Charles City plant for the last 17 years Although the change is effec tive immediately Bird will re main in Charles City through April to assist Pryalel and then will join his wife in ClcarwalcrJ Fla A GRADUATE of Ohio State University Pryatel has 15 years experience with the Oliver Corp He has served as chief metallurgist at the corpora tions South Bend Incl and Battle Creek Mich plants He also has been superinten dent of methods and standards at Olivers Cleveland crawler tractor plant manager of the outboard motor plant at Battle Creek and director of overseas RAIN FRANK PRYATEL jin charge of manufacturing for Oliver said prospects the tractor industry have been brighter than they are now but that Olivers prospects for the manufacturing for Olive Inter bccn S foreign division A native of Cleveland Ohio Pryatel is married and has three daughters ages 1613 and 8 AT A FAREWELL dinntr honoring Bird at theClub Iowa here Monday night Pryalel proved by Ihc publics Tcccplion of the companys new line of tractors Higher labor costs have meant smaller profits in the traclor industry during the last 10 years Bird pointed out La bor cosls have gone up 70 per ccnl during thai period while said il will be a challenge for tractor prices have increased him to carry on and keep proonly about 33 per ccnl Beller Acrcas Nacionales was reportgrossing in fields thai Bird hasicnginccring and smaller profit ed missing Tuesday with 24 spent 17 years building1 taking have kept Ihc tractor in persons on board U P Richie vice presidentIcluslry alive he added North Iowa Cloudy with scat tered showers ending east portion Tuesday night lows 3237 Decreasing cloudiness Wednesday highs 4550 Iowa Clearing west consider able cloudiness east with show ers extreme east Tuesday night colder west lows in the 30s Clearing over the slate Wednesday highs in the 50s Minnesota Occasional rain in south colder Highs Wednes day near 40 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 45 22 12 47 32 SAME DATEWO107 Surety Oeiurtment Flfurcs Blktk In Fast 21 Hoiiri ons McNamara also slapped hard at the Armys contention that its NikeZ e u s antimissile is THE SECRETARY reviewed President Kennedys defense program in testimony before the Senate Armed Services committee He said use of nuclear weap N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES simply because we have no other means to cope with them he said There are many possible sit uations in which it would not be advisable or feasible to use such weapons he said What is being proposed at this time is not a reversal of our existing national policy but an increase in our nonnuclear capabilities to provide a greater degree of Senate OKs it 2722 But debate not ended FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES DES bill designed jto eliminate the county school isystem in singlecounty school districts after Jan 11963 won a narrow victory in the Iowa Sen ate Tuesday The bill passed on a 2722 vote provides that after July 1 1963 whenever any county has all its area included in a 12 grade district the county school board of educa tion and county superintendent will be eliminated The bill provides that the new single county districts will be autonomous subject to policies determined by the State Board of Public Instruction AS AMENDED the bill pro vides that the new districts could join with each other in providing certain special serv ices and programs The measure sponsored by the Senate Schools Committee survived a series of proposed amendments efforts to send it back to committee and consider able sharp criticism before its passage The battle over the bill is not yet finished Sen Andrew G Frommelt DDubuque changed his vote of No to Aye mo ments before the crucial bal lot was announced and said he would file a motion to recon sider the Senates action Sen Robert R Rigler RNew Hampton led the fight for the bill saying that county school districts are obsolete and ar chaic Rigler said county superin tendents were opposed to the bill because their jobs are at stake IF WE DONT eliminate these districts now Rigler said then by 1963 the county superintendents will have added so many new functions it will be hopeless Debate on the measure lasted more than two hours During that time two roll calls and four voice votes were taken before the final balloting Oddly enough one of the main objectors to the bill made a blunder which allowed the measure to pass versatility McNAMARA SAID that day our strategic forces fully adequate but as Cuban to free Yank Swiss Embassy here has noti fied the US government that Cuba will free Linden Blue an American flier and a Canadian vvho have jconfetinental been held incommunicado since March 24 Switzerjwhich could land is handling US relations with Cuba since Sen S Edwin Gilmour D Grinnell vigorously fought Ihe iproposal He called for a Sen are ate rule at the end of the vot ouring which provides lhal any America broke diplomatic relations with the Castro regime More paratroops dropped VIENTIANE Laos Soviet transport planes have dropped Communist paratroops near the gov ernment supply base of Vang Vieng 65 miles north of Vientiane in a new offensive that threatened to cut off the royal armies to the north 23rd Amendment in books right of District of Co lumbia residents to vote for president has formally become law General Services Administrator John L Moore signed a certificate of ratification of the 23rd Amendment by 39 states one more than needed to arrive Prime Minister Har old Macmillan was to arrive late Tuesday for talks with President Kennedy that will cover major in ternational problems and center on the Laotian crisis Protest sent to Cuba ballistic missiles be launched with little or no warning the prob nuisl cast a ballot either for or against the measure lem will become much AT THAT MOMENT ayes had only 25 votes one difficult ishort of the 26 needed for pas He said the best answer is anjsage But Sen Jack Schroe Ameriean strategic missile forcejder RDavenport was sum that couldjmoned from the telephone and ride out acast the 26th and deciding vote nuclear attack i Frommelt then changed his Polaris submaivote so he could request recon missiles sicleration rme he said have Gilmour attempted to substi t h e highestltute another measure which degree of suriwould replace the county sys vivability anditem with 20 to 30 intermediate the Minuteman ICBM should districts and also create 99 countv districts which would McNAMARA siirvivability McNamara said the protec tion of the NikeZeus antiICBM would be better than none at all but ruled out an early pro duction program also have a embrace all of the present dis high degree of tricts Gilmour said passage of the county district elimination bill without enacting the intermedi ate district proposal would kill special education in many coun ties and give more authority to There still is considerable the state department of public uncertainty as to its technical feasibility and there are many serious operating problems he said The Zeus system is vul nerable to ballistic missile at tack and its effectiveness could United States protested strong bc dcgradcj by the use of more ly to the Castro government against the Cuban navys attempt to seize the American cable schooner West ern Union last Friday outside Cuban territorial wa ters sophisticated ICBMs as mulli plo decoys Finally it is a very expensive system in relation to Ihc degree of protection instruction Sen X T Prentis IlMount Ayr called the intermediate district bill a monstrosity and said il was one of the worst things that has happened in this legislature Rigler assailed Gilmours pro posal saying it would result in more and more school taxes what we want is lower laxes   

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