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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas vi Doily Newspaper Edited for UTY BEbAZETTE HOME EDITION The newspaper that mokes all North I o wans neighbors V VOL 102 AtsoclaUd and United Preti lalerBalfoul Full LeaU MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 5 1M2 10c a CoiuUU of Four OM p f V sided victories mark Iowa vote Resisting the urge to restyle To standardize truck line By ROBERT 1RVIN DETROIT UPDThe annual model change a tradition in the American auto industry is being eliminated by the truckmaking division of one major care manu facturer The Dodge division of Chrysler Corp said the move was base on a justconcluded threeyear study of buyer and dealer opinion in the truck field Philip N Buckminister Dodge assistant general manager said running technical improvements in trucks will be made as they are developed through the calendar year This policy he said will pro vide truck owners with greater benefits more rapidly and will eliminate the need for traditional fall annual model and styling changes Dodge cars wont be affected by the policyIn fact the Dodge and ChryslerPlymouth car have drastic styling changes for 1963 so drastic many of the models will be un recognizable from 1962 counter 1paits The yearly model change is unique to this jcountry European carmakers keep the same basic designs for years before chang ing them The classic example is the German Volkswagen which has looked the same for over 25 years i The American how ever regards the ahriualTchange as necessary One engineer said he believes a customer must be able to see or feel an improve ment and that the industry does make improvements each year Another said it was not ridiculously to change a cars appearance while revamp ing to accommodate engineering modificationsActually its been estimated to cost million to change just the grille on one car line Many styling features changed yearly actually serve a useful pur pose The chrome strip on the side of a car originated as a buffer against minor dents It still serves that purpose but also exchanges the styling Car body shells are usually changed every three orfour years In between grilles side trim and rear ends are modified One firm which has made few changes is American Motors But even its Rambler line will get a facelifting this year as will most other cars In the case oE Dodge1 truck Buckminister said our new plan will give us greater flexibility and will allow us to adopt mor quickly to the changing needs o the many differing kinds of and growing truck operations Instead of closing down the truck line for a couple of weeks each August to make anriua modelchanges Buckminister sai We will provide those changes as quickly as possible and as of te as necessary Iowa fourth in road toll cutback DES MOINES AP I ow ranked fourth among all states i the nation in the reduction of traf fie deaths during the first three months of the year the National Safety Council Tuesday Iowa reduced its traffic toll b 24 per cent during that perioc The national traffic toll 5 per cent during the same period Only states with greater reduc tion of traffic deaths as compare to the previous year were Wyom ing Minnesota and Montana CONDEMNS ATESTS UNITED NATIONS UPI Acting UN Secretary Genera Thant Tuesday condemned th projected US high altitude m clear tests over the Pacific feel that these projected high altitude tests are a manifesta tion of a very dangerous psychi sis which is in evidence today Thant lold a news conference HAROLD HUGHES governor Hickenlooper Erbe lead GOP candidates NEEL F HILL Representative ROM OUK VHVK SERVICES Candidate killed WOODBURY Ga A Edward Smith Georgias first Republican candi date for governor feince Reconstruction days was killed and his wife in jured in an automobile truck crash Tariffs hiked BRUSSELS Belgium European C o m mon Market will increase duties as much as 100 per cent on five classes of American products July 17 in retaliation for similar U S tariff boosts on carpets and sheet glass The sixnation Common Markets Coun cil of Ministers approved the unprecedented tariff boosts at the request of Belgium which charged that the in creases threaten indus tries in Belgium that in volve 6000 workers and million ayear County follows pattern But supports Nicholas Cerro Gordo County Republi cans remained loyal to fellow resident William H Nicholas in the Monday primary election but otherwise conformed to the statewide voting pattern Democrats too followed statewide pattern in a dull pri mary that attracted few voters The countys Republican vot ers gave Nicholas 1783 votes and gave Gov Norman Erbe 1566 Nicholas a Clear Lake tur key grower and longtime Re publican office holder went down to defeat in statewide bal loting for the fifth time in a race for the GOP nomination for governor Nicholas lost to Gov William Beardsley in the 1952 primary to Leo Hoegh in the 1954 pri mary lostto William Murray for the governor nomination in 1958 and lost to Erbe and State Sen Jack Schroeder in a three way contest won a or lieutenant governor 1956 County voters followed the statewide pattern in the ju dicial amendment voting ap proving theamendment by a 2 to1 margin 2778 yes votes and 1312 no votes The judicial amendment was approved in 25 of the countys 30 precincts The voting onthe amendment in the seven other precincts was as follows Bath Township 26 26 Lincoln Township 1717 Mount Vernon Township 1313 Union Township 1212 Dough erty Township 3032 Grimes Meservey 2537 and Pleasant Valley 1242 totals for candidates in the Republican primary in the county are Sen Bourke Hickenlooper 2 659 Herbert Hoover 401 L D Liddy incumbent sec retary of agriculture 1618 Loyd Van Patten 1184 Rep H R Gross incumben congressman from the third district 2455 Ernest Seeman 620 Other totals for candidates in the Democratic primary in the county voting are Harold Hughes candidate fo the governorship nomination 610 Lewis Lint 247 Neel F Hill candidate fo BOURKE HICKENLOOPER Senator NORMAN A ERBE governor H R GROSS Representative L D LIDDY GOP Sec of Ag On the inside Society News Pages 67 Editorials 15 Sports 1718 North Iowa News19 Clear LakeNews 25 Latest Markets 26 Mason City News 2627 Comics 28 Farm Features 29 CHANCE of RAIN judicial reform i 1 bill approved by voters Nicholas fails in his bid Hughes Hill I c fc Gross win DES MOINES Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper J of Cedar Rapids and Gov JNorman ErbeMf Boone received Re publican support to head the par tys ticket in the Nov 6 general election u Hickenlooper 65 seeking a fourth sixyear term in r the Sen ate Herbert F Hoover 38 Oskaloosafamer in the primary election Erbe 42 whojalongrwitJi Hick enlooper stood as the preelection favorites won a bid term by swamping Lt Gov William H Nicholas Clear Lake turkey raiser DES MOINES vot ers decided Monday to do away with partisan election of judges on the state Supreme Court and Eyes on Nixon SACRAMENTO Calif Most of the political attention Tuesday cen teredon California where former Vice Pres Richard M Nixon Js bidding for the Repub ican gubernatorial nom ination In addition to California primaries are being held in South Da kota I d a h oV Montana and Mississippi Fallout minimized Nu clear experts told Con gress tKat radioactive fallout from weapons tests at its highest has amounted to less than 15 per cent of the aver age dose of j radiation a person gets from all sources Stocks rally NEW YORK The stock market pulled out of an early retreat and posted some good gains 440 wa 3rd District congressman John Stephen Patin 308 A total of 4208 votes cast for governor candidate in both parties This total com pares with a total vote of 441 cast in the 1960 primary Ten years ago in the 1952 primary 4575 votes were cast m Cerr Gordo County State candidates on the Repub lican ticket nominated without op position are W L Mooty lieutenant gover nor Melvin D Synhorst secretary of state Chet B Akers auditor M L Abrahamson treasurer Evan Hultman attorney general Marion E Olson Cerro Gonk representative State candidates on the Demo cratic ticket nominated without opposition are E B Smith US senator Me vin H Wolf lieutenant governor Delma Dale Dever secretary o state Robert E Conner auditor Roy R Gillette treasurer Corbi Crawford secretary of agricu ture Lawrence JF Scaiise a torney general Helene Amling Cerro Gordo state representative The primary election was eventful for county candidates No candidate for county offio faced opposition in the primar election There was one race in Maso City wilh four Republicans see m the courts of the judicial districts states 21 The electoratet gave final ap proval of amend ment which gives immediate ef feet Jtp this 1 change membVrsvof the state bar ofgan setting up a new system of select ing the judiciary The vote on the amendment was For 138520 against 105537J The new w provision of the Con stitution had been sanctioned at two of the legislature be fore it was submitted to the people v Prior torthe election some ized an effort to defeat the amend ment on the claim that it took away the peoples right to name and selecttheir judges t The newsystem works this way Judicial or t Irl o w a Partly cloudy through scattered showers a n d thunderstorms Tuesday night 50s Cooler Wednesday highs in up per 60s owa Partly cloudythrough Wed nesday showers thunderstorms Tuesday night andeast and southWednesday Cooler west Tuesday nightlows 40s northwest to lower60s south east Cooler Wednesday highs 60s northwest to lower 70s south east Further outlook Partly cloudy Thursday little tempera ture change Minnesota Clearing and cooler Highs Wednesday around 70 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 74 Minimum 52 At 8 am 59 Precipitation 20 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO 83 Minimum 50 Dead man is winner in Taylor County BEDFORD dead man won the Democratic norni nation for Baylor County attor ney Robert L Burt 52 Bed brd had been unopposed in ttie democratic primary when he died in April His death came 00 late to remove his name from the ballot and he re ceived 62 votes in the primary Monday nominating commis sionswill be established to name icnolas raps lack v f i f of voter interest 4 f f p 11 i i Still talks politics By JIM COLLISON GlobeGazette staff Writer Bill Nicholas used jokes Tuesday morningto cover up his heaviness of heart The stalwart Clear Lake Republican talked of his fifth de feat for nomination for governor What will you be doing now Bill he was asked The family said this as we were talking Monday night On the Democratic side Iowa Commerce Commissioner Harold Hughes40 of Ida Grove wonfthe governors nomination by a siibi stantial margin over Lewis Lint 35 Methbdisf minister from Win terser Albert B 41 historyfpro fessorrat Iqwa State University was unopposed for1 the Democrat ic nomination ior US senator v Half of the nominating com missions will be chosen byattor neys of the stateand half will be namedby the governor J Judges named toHhe courts vvilT have terms of off ice to be xed by Lthe 1963 At heend of theirtermsthey will run for reelection on a non artisan ballot1 without an op had 565 votes Hor29715H for Hoover Smith had 67370 Uprecincts Nicholas commented Now we can go to Florida There may not be a California but there sure as heck is a Florida Though Nicholas had suffered defeat in a frustrating race against incumbent Gov Norman Erbe the Clear Lake turkey growers answer came in theform of a jab against his opponent Erbes Tour Iowa last year was highlighted by ng nomination for two positions as constables in Mason City S A Bemis 927 and James H McWaters1 votes defeated Julius N Cutler 883 votes and Leo Bonn 653 C R Servison and Frederick R Shaffer were nominated for the two Mason City justice of the peace offices on the Republican ticket The constables and justice candidates face no opposition in the November election November is for attorney David Butler incumbent county attorney had no opposition for the Republican nomination for that office B Michael Dunn Demo cratic candidate for county at torney had no opposition Butler and Dunn face each other in the November general election Ethel Ridgeway incumbent county treasurer and Bernicc Tail incumbentcounty recorder were renominated on the Repub lican ticket without opposition No Democrats sought nominations for these offices billboards announcing There is No California t Still some political plans in the came the next question The crafty Republican refused to announce definitely his re tirement from politicsbutre plied Im only How old is Konrad Adenauer Adenauer political deader in West Germany is JJ6 Nicholas left no doubt mat stillwas interested in1 political activity He started talking like a newly an nounced candi date He will continue active work on the Iowa Highway Commission Nic hoi as started to at tack Erbes f a i lures Theres no money left in the law and Iowa has pretty well broken clown Then the Clear Lake Republi can switched to a defense of his own program look a that program Have you ever seen one The former lieutenant gOver nor started to analyze his de feat The people who would benefit from my program jus didnt get out and vote Erbes friends who were satisfied with the status quo got outs and voted bought would be a sure win program After his defeat in 1958 Nicho asattributed Dr William Mur rays primary victory to Mur rays three per cent property ax relief program Nicholas said in 1958 The way I see it he people who would have the most to gain from a three per cent sales tax and morestate aid to schools made it a point to vote whereas others didnt 1 Soearly in 1962 Nicholastook a i bold step switched his pre vious position andcame out strongly for a three per cent sales taxand more state aid for schools He planned to capture a sizable block of votes with this jroperty tax relief issue The Bandwagon movement veloped Two years ago when Nicholas lost the primary race to Erbe in a threeman contest the Clear Lake Republican said he felt he could have won the nomination if he had announced earlier anc worked harder So Nicholas announced his candidacy early this yearanc entered the race with the back ing of a good organization and headquarters in Des Moines Understandably then Nicho las was puzzled Tuesday His winning combination of goot program hard work effective organization and friends hac failed him The closing comment on lh election result still bore th sound of irony The people hav The longer Nicholas talked the harder it was for him to make sense out of his defeat ft Nicholas had used bitter ex pcrience from four previous 0 setbacks to construct what spoken and I hope they spoke right Nicholas said We still have a problem in Iowa arid thats properly tax re lief I wish my opponent his solution to that problem For Bill Nicholas the incum bent governor still is my op xnent Voters will be asked tovote goveraorwith in Erbe las 64509HugheSf65844 aoMant 36cqntestsontthe primary ballots for legislative yes whether a judge hould be retainedIf they vote a udge out of officef thenominat ng commission procedure will be used toselect Ed Jones secretary of the Iowa State Bar Associationissued this In their vote in favor of the amendment the people of Iowa ave demonstrated their confi ence in the judges and lawyers f this state and have niade it bundantly clear that they do not want their judges to participate any more in partisan political lections The number of members on udicialt nominating commissions vill vbe spelled but by the 1963 egislature which also will provide or a mandatory age for judges Under the constitutional amend ment terms of District Court udges will not be less than six and on the Supreme Court ight years W Earl Hall editor of the Ma son City GlobeGazette headed a statewide committee which advo cated approval of the measure How they fared SENATE24M pets of 24M Hickenlooper R Hoover R 2373 pets Smith D 47370 GOVERNOR24M pets of Erbe R 135090 Nich olas R Hughes D 65 844 Lint D SECY OF pets of Liddy R 104779 Van Patten R 71103 JUDICIAL pet of For 139 720 against 106532 CONGRESS 3rd pets of 355 Gross R 25113 Seemann R 3712 Hill D 5203 Patin D 336 5th pets of 206 Cloud R 4536 Dilky R 3277 Egenes R 12771 R 3291 Smith D 10870 7th pets of 441 Peters D 7290 Watson D 5653 MAkARIOS ARRIVES WASHINGTON Makarios first president of Cy prus arrived in Washington Tuesday for a twoday state vis it with President Kennedy seas Among other major state of fices however theT was for ofagriculture Incumbent Lucius B Jliddy sauqua Republican appointed sec retary on the death of Clyde Spry won nomination over Loyd Van Patten of Indiapola V In the 3rd District Republican primary HR1 Gross 62vofWa terloo seeking his eighth term easily outpoHed Ernest J See mann of Waterloo a perennial candidate for political office In the 3rds Democratic contest Neel F Hill 41 Webster City area farmer led JohnrS Patin 37 agricultural engineer from Waterloo Hickenlooper who returned to Washingtonby plane Monday aft er voting in the primary at Cedar Rapids swamped Hoover a dis tant relative of former President Herbert Hoover Hoover had no previous experi ence as a candidate and became embroiled in a preelection con troversy when his eligibility as a candidate was questioned Hoover a Quaker had served several months iri a federal prison in 1949 for his refusal to register for the peacetime draft In his concession statement Hoover said he would support Hickenlooper in the general elec tion campaign only if the senator makes his position clear on his support of the United Nations Erbe a former attorney gener al piled up a commanding lead early in the vote tabulations In a victory statement issued at the executive mansion late Mon day night Erbe said I am deeply grateful for the support and endorsement given me in the Republican primary It is my hope that every endeavor will be made by all Republicans for a complete victory in Novem ber While the votes were being counted Erbe played basketball with his three daughters by the mansion garage SAME DATE1WMI   

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