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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home VOL 102 X v MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE v The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1962 Associated Press and United Press International Pull Lease Wires OUc a Paper Consists of One No 71 Folsom appears out in Alabama FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES A scrappy circuit judge who once said he would choose jail to integration and the dapper scion of an old Alabama politi cal family Wednesday appeared headed into a runoff for the gov ernorship Former Gov James Kissin Jim Folsom was running a hard third in the sevenman race but it was doubtful that Campaign travel ing is rugged Candidates tour Iowa By DAN PERKES FORT DODGE AP Cam paign traveling is tough Tougher j than predicting the outcome ofj next months Republican primary election This was the consensus of sev 2ral Republican candidates and their wives and the newsmen who followed a stump through the 5th Congressional Dis trict It was the first leg of the Iowa Republican Womens caravan a caravan that will move into all seven congressional districts this week and next to give the party faithful a chance to meet the peo ple they will be voting for June 4 The tour started with a perperson scrambled egg break fast in Des Moines Pliotolax LEAVES PRISON Madame even a late surge of rural votes for the homespun Folsoin could propel him into one of the top two spots Former Circuit Judge George E Wallace and State Sen Ryan deGraffenried appeared to be holding the keys to the runoff in late returns With 2826 precincts counted out of about 3600 Wallace run nerup four years ago had 151 901 and deGraffenried had 128 982 Folsom tallied 118169 Atty Gen MacDonakl Gallion was fourth with 61102 and three candidates were far be lind Folsom crept closer to second running deGraffenried when the country vote began trickling in from the bucolic areas where the sixfoot eightinch former governor holds his g r e a t e s strength In Oklahoma former Gov Ray mond Gary was the svinner in hi Ibid to be the states first two term governor The name of hi Democratic opponent three week hence was still a question mark Four candidates Raoul Salan wife of Secret jrour canuiciaies were groupe Army Organization leader close together but the choice ap has been permitted to leave prison and live in a religious home official sources in Paris said She and her exgeneral husband were arrested April 20 in a police raid in Algiers 3rd nuclear test in air peared to be W P Bill Atkir son The rest of the field of 1 was far behind With 2904 of the states 310 precincts counted Gary had 156 371 votes He was followed by A kinson a millionaire builder wit 83814 Lt Gov George Nigh wit 78549 former American Legio national commander Presto Moore with 76229 and state Sen Fred Harris with 74588 The Republican nominee in Al WASHINGTON Unitbama where Democratic nomina Ifmoved fo Ames for a coffeeed States Wednesday exploded10 s equivalent to election ha break to Boone for a fried chick en luncheon then detoured to Webster City in the 3rd Congres sional District for another coffee break It wound up with dinner here The feature attractions Gov Norman Erbe and his pri mary opponent William Nicholas of Clear Lake Atty Gen Evan President will V welcome Titov Russian astronaut at capital KOM 01K WIUE SKH VICES WASHINGTON Soviet cosmonaut Ghermah itov 27 his flight fromNew York delayed by weather rrived here Wednesday with his 24yearold wife for leetings Thursday with President Kennedy and astro iaut John H Glenn Jr The White House arranged the meeting between the ent and Titov while the Russian spaceman was winging toward Vashington from New York where he had concluded a three ay visit Passengers did not recognize Titov who orbited the globe 7 times last August and his lour created little stir At the in ernational arrivals building both Titov and his auburnhaired vifc borrowed dimes and sorted them in turnstiles to go I ip to the observation They seemed amused by urnstiles PICKETS AMERICAN CONSULATE man with painted face and carry ing a sign and alarm clock marches in front of theUnited States consulate at Toronto Canada The sign reads To United Phototax The single picket marched up and down outside the consulate building in this macabre outfit protestingAmericas resumption of atomic tests in the Pacific North Iowa Generally fair warmer through Thursday Lows Wednesday night middle 40s Highs Thursday middle 70s its third nuclear device in thenot been amed yet but Julia planned series of tests in the Elgin of Montgomery who ran fo Generally fair through atmosphere The shot was in Senatein 1960 has announced vicinity of Christmas Island inlhis candidacy the Pacific as were the two earlier ones The Defense Department and the Atomic Energy Commission announced a device in the low The Democratic nominee in Oklahoma could face a tough chal lenge from Henry Bellmon wheat farmer and former state Republi can chairman who easily won megaton yield meaning nomination against token opposi Hultman the four candidates forjthe blast equivalent of more than1011 He is expected to make a the Republican nomination for 5th one million tons of TNT was strong bid to be Oklahomas first Republican District Congress Mrs Sonja Egenes of Story City Al Cloud of West Des Moines W R John stone of Boone and Robert Dilley of Des Moines Herbert Hoover Oskaloosa farmer seeking the Republican nomination for US senator and the two primary candidates for secretary of agriculture L B Liddy and Loyd Van Patten rounded out the program By the time the candidates reached their final destination of the day they had begun to sound like a broken record Erbe varied his talks a bit but away at his favorite in government and promotion of tourism and in dustrial development He urged that a master plan be set up to build Iowa as an in dustrial state Nicholas repeated his favorite boost in the sales tax toi 3 per cent for property tax relief He said state government fi nances are in bad shape and added that you cant solve the problem by running away from it Hoover said the world is in a serious situation I would like to go to Washington and put an end to the next war before it starts Candidates cast barbs against each other when they could Con gressional candidates got in more words five minutes to a speech State candidates were limited to four minutes Hultman admonished the Re publican party for what he said was its neutrality on hot issues Paraphrasing a passage from Dantes Inferno the attorney general said The hottest place in hell is re served for those in positions of re sponsibility who in times of mor al crises maintain their neutral ity All in all the candidates agreed they had a successful day There were about 300 at the Des Moines breakfast about 100 at the Ames coffee 125 showed up at Boone 125 at Webster City and 250 at the dinner But the pace was tfring The governors wife Jackie agreed it was strenuous but said J got just enough Irish in me to love it Hoover said his wife told him one million tons of TNT dropped from an airplane Thus this third shot in the lest series was heavier than the two previous ones which were in a range of between 100000 and 500 000 tons of TNT NO WOMEN ALLOWED JACKSON Miss UPI Aj Houseapproved bill which wouldj have permitted women to serve on juries was killed in the state Senate judiciary committee Tuesday Mississippi is one of three states which do not per mit women to serve on juries Republican governor Democratic voters in both states incumbent U S sena tors for new terms Sen Mike Monroney handily won nomination for a third term in Oklahoma Sen Lister Hill beat two oppo nents to the nod for a sev enth term in Alabama 93 ARRESTED LISBON Portugal government announced that 93 persons have been arrested in the wake of May Day rioting in Lisbon and Oporto N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Thursday Warmer northwest 82 frequencies Allchannel TV approved A member of their party Ukrainian UN Ambassador iika Kizia said smiling You can go anywhere in the United States without docu ments but you cant go any place without money Titov was asked to comment on the airport and he shrugged and replied Airports are all he same Concrete and diffi culties in traffic control When they returned from the observation deck Titov spotted j a man holding an infant in his arms The cosmonaut broke Wednesday night lows 45 toHouse Wednesday passed 27990 WASHINGTON UPI a small percentage of th this week away from the official party and shook the hand of the littlci boy gently and pinched his cheek He took out a little blue cosmonaut pin and pinned it on the collar of the boys jacket When the father of the boy Raymond Mudney a utility em ploye was told it was Titov he said Oh gee whiz Officially Titov is in this coun try to appear before scientists of the Committee for Space Re search He is a member of the Soviet delegation to the interna tional conference being held here 50 Warmer Thursday highs near 80 Mostly fair mild Friday Five Day Iowa Temperatures will average near normal in and sent to the Senate a bill de signed to give the nations 100 million television viewers stations to watch population The cost of the television sets to the consumer under the new pro more p0sai was the center House debate of most Also scheduled for House debate was a bill to charter a space age Chairman Oren Harris DArk northern Iowa and two to to and conJof the House Commerce commit degrees above normal in southtroi a systcm of earthcircling tec said some stores already earn Iowa through next Mon Before his US visa expires next Wednesday Titov will see a sizable chunk of the United States and attend a reception given by Vice President Lyndon B John son day Normal highs middle 60s in northern Iowa to near 70 Normal lows near 40 northeast to upper 40s south comrnunicatioiis satellites The House approved the all channel bill permitting the Fed eral Communications FCC to re quire that television sets of the fu west There will be a slowlture receive all 82 rather than warming trend at the beginning of the period but the weather will turn cooler in northern Iowa Friday and over the rest of the just 12 channels At present million of the nations million sets receive were selling allchannel sets at same price as VHF receivers The committees report however indicated that prices probably would rise between and Rep Paul F Schcnck ROhio said that forcing people to buy all channel receivers would be Jike telling every man he must state Saturday or Sunday Prejoniy 12 very high frequency cipitation will average one I VHF channels The additional tenth to twotenths inches fall ing in showers and thunder showers over the weekend wear a fourbutton suit But Harris and Rep William Glenn who made the first US orbital flight Feb 20 will take Titov sightseeing Thursday morn ing after both have registered for the science meeting Titov will visit Baltimore and have a look at an industrial plant Friday A likely choice is the Bethlehem Steel Co at Sparrows Point Officials have made tentative plans to fly a planeload of the space science delegates to Capei ELVIS STAHR JR Stahr quits for post at Indiana U BLOOMINGTON Ind APV Elvis J Stahr Jr educational ad ministrator now serving as secre tary of the Army has been elect ed president of Indiana Universi it was announced Wednesday He will take office July 1 suc ceeding Dr Herman B Wells president of I U for 25 years Announcement of the selection was made by William Hickman president of the university trus tees on the 142nd anniversary of the founding of the university The resignation of Stahr as sec retary of the Army effective June 30 was announced at the same time at the White House in Washington Minnesota Fair and m i 1 d ed by much of the broadcasting thrnnffh Thursday Highs 70 channels are on the lessusedj ultra frequency UHF band The allchannel measure was way to conserve the natural re endorsed by the FCC and support Springer Rlll said Ff Saturday but Titov apparently will pass up the through Thursday Highs 70s Attitude JERUSALEM Israel Adolf Eichmann told his wife during their prison meeting Sunday that antisemitism is wrong Ive reached the full de cision that antisemitism is wrong and one must diverge from sources said the man convicted for his part in the slaying of six million Jews told his wife shortly before they for the last time Eichmann is being held under sentence of death for masterminding the attempted Nazi eradi cation of European Jewry and his appeal is still under study Top nominees for Emmys HOLLYWOOD Its Queen Victoria Julie Harris against Judy Dr Ben Casey shouldering his way through the crowded competition close behind Emmy time comes again to television The nominations are in and secret ballots to be cast by 6000 members of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will decide who will win the coveted awards at a May 22 telecast Smallest known star MINNEAPOLIS University of Minne sota astronoirter announced the discovery of what he believes to be the smallest known star in the heavens white dwarf with a density 200 million times that of water Prof William J Luyten said the identity of the new star called LP 327186 was confirmed by comparing photographic plates taken 11 years apart GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Offers free trip to South Africa industry as a means of assuring an audience for new and existing UHF stations Broadcasters have been slow to build UHF stations because ad the channels UHF TANK FARM ABLAZE GUATEMALA CITY UPI Saboteurs set fire Wednesday to 67 3 vOG i areas can broadcast to Company 10 miles from the city to the US He is tentatively scheduled to leave Washington that day for a crosscountry flight to Seattle Wash and a visit to the Worlds Fair Titov is to visit San Fran cisco Sunday and Monday then return to the East Coast to leave The choice of Stahr for the job had been held up since last Fri day to give him time to confer with President Kennedy on leav ing the Cabinet He served as president of West Virginia University in 195961 be fore he became secretary of the Army He also served as vice chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh in 595759 vertiscrs generally have refuseda 145000 gallon gasoline tank the United States to sell goods over a station which deposit of the Esso Standard Oil 54 31 Fertile Forest City Leland school OKd CHICAGO Chicago FOREST CITY Voters in art dealer offered WednesdayForest CityLeland and Fertile to buy southern segregationistsConsolidated School Districts one way tickets to the Union of Tuesday approved the merger South Africa where segregation of the two into the Forest City is legal School JDstrict Richard L Feigcn made the The final vole showed a total offer in a letter to George Of 629 in favor to 316 opposed Singelmann executive sccrcFertiles vole was 20534 in fav tary of the Orleans White Or Forest CityLclnnd 42282 Citizens Council Feigcn said in favor he didnt expect anyone to The new district will cover an snap up his offer to pay area of 159 8 rc mjlcs d their fare toJtauth Africa andjwin havc a hign scnoo of 350 Thc mcrgcr WJHJ But Stahr was known to have been disappointed also by the ad I ministrations decision not to seek jprcproduction money for the Armys Nike Zeus antimissile Editorials Page 4 jmissile which is about to be Society News 678 jtcsled in the Pacific On the inside Sports 2122 North Iowa News 23 Clear Lake News 2728 Latest Markets 32 Mason City News 3233 Comics 34 Transit Schedule 38 Stahr is the second top echelon Pentagon official to leave since the Kennedy administration look office John B Connolly resigned as Navy secretary to seek the governorship in Texas More power president WASHINGTON A presidential advisory panel has recommended giving government more power to deal with national emergency labor strikes For one thing the President wouldhave the authority to halt such strikes for an 80day coolingoff period the trip was almostashard asj without obtaining court injunctions and factfinding at home and milking our groups appointed by the President would be empow 33 cows i ered to suggest settlement terms throw in S100 for del2hted lf become effective July 1 J they did he said Singelmann and the New OrJhe tilstnclt V bc leans White Citizens sectons of Wmnebago Han have been offering oneway bus Cock Gordo and lVorlh fare and S5 to any ficd Southern Negroes desiring to come north SAME was mcnt of Public Instruction There will be seven director districts with each represented on the board of directors by one who shall bc a resident of thej district but elected by the elecl tors of the entire district 1 QUADS HAM IT The Seifert WINTER EXERCISE SET i iiiaclruplets of Sleepy Eye Minn ham OTTAWA UPD About 10 il up a bit as photographers snapped 000 Canadian and American Uicu PCbirthday pictures The four troops will lake part next winter celebrate their 12th birthdays with in a joint mobility and logistics a trip to Minneapolis including their exercise on the Alaska Highway first major league baseball game be niversary PhotoUx tween the Minnesota Twins and Balti more Orioles The girls Marie Monica and Martha hung a fake beard on brother Mike to show what a lot of folks will look like here next month when Sleepy Eye celebrates its 90th an   

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