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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HM CITY GLOBE The newspaper that makes all North lowans HOME EDITION VOL 102 PTCM tad United fate national UIM Wlrw MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 27 1W2 Atest ban pact terms studied neighbors UOc Paper ConsUli o Two Fair has had its problems Big show at halfway mark By MARTIN HEERWALD SEATTLE Wash a small boy tumbled into a fountain at the Seattle Worlds Fair recently his father reached out to grab him and fell in himself Who do I sue he sputtered Indignantly Century 21 officials moved in swiftly provided dry clothes for father and son and a free lunch at Club 21 the exclusive night club on the fairgrounds Dad was placated and another small crisis was averted As the faic passed the halfway mark last weekend the incident dramatized the happy ending that is shaping up after a beginning that was marked by tragedy and mistakes caused by too much planning Some 45 million persons an average of 60000 or more a day visited the space age exposi tion during its first 92 days This was a quarter of a million more than prebpening forecasts This booming attendance has created the biggest complaint o fairgoers the long lines at such popular exhibits asthe space Needle Science Pavilion World ofTomdrnnv therrieshbw and the Ford exhibit Quipped Bob Hope I got in one line and when I finally got to the end of it I was standing al the Boeing pay window nine miles But Joe Gandy president of the fair said this just goes to prove that its a fine show On the day that Century 21 opened last spring a Navy jet fighter participating in opening ceremonies crashed into a Seattle home after the pilot bailed out An elderly couple was killed cast ing a pall over the occasion Soon after the fair opened it was discovered that the manage ment had needlessly spent 000 for a 5000car parking lot two miles from the fairground tha would use shuttle buses Thirty days before the fair opened we couldnt count more 4100 parking spaces near the fairgrounds Gandy said How were we to know private Individuals would come along bulldoze old buildings away and build parking lots overnight We had 13000 parking spaces opening day Today the lot two miles from the fairground has no cars bu its not going unused It currently serves as a blimp moorage One problem that failed to materialize was housing In fact the fair is being sued by at leas two operators who claimed tha promised business did not mater ialize One of these companies wen bankrupt and couldnt return 000 in deposits paid on housi trailer rentals The fair came U the rescue and refunded tb money Century 21 has attracted lots of celebrities including evangelis Billy Graham who blasted th fairs girlie shows as contributin to Americas moral decay Victor Borge comedianpianis from Denmark announced when he opened a restaurant that h would serve Danish space noodles He had to revise his plans how ever when it developed that macaroni company already ha copyrighted the name and an other firm had exclusive right at the fair The fair passed another mile stone last weekend when it paii the million plus interest owed its underwriters From nov until closing day the Century 2 show must live on what it collect at the gate One visitor from Montana com mented Its a pretty fine show but wheres livestock He apparently had overlooks the star attraction at one nigh riub a singing pig AP Photofax THE OTHER MRS Linda Renfrew Parker 33 is the other woman in the life of North Carolina State GOP chairman William Cobb He has admitted a double life hav ing a wife of 19 years and an adopted child in one city and Mrs Parker and two natural children in another Cobb 40 has resigned his post and said he wont run for the state sen ate Hanging of Kelley set for Sept 6 DES MOINES hang ng of Charles Edward Kelley 21 of Minneapolis for murder set for CST Sept 6 by Gov Norman Erbe Friday Kelleyamrpiarles Noel Brown 29 also of Minneapolis were sen enced to hang for the fatal shoot ng of Alvin Koehrsen of Walnut early in 1961 while attempting to take his car in Council Bluffs Brown was executed Tuesday at dawn Kelleys execution had been set or July 18 but was delayed when ic asked the Iowa Supreme Court for a rehearing The request was denied Monday Erbe in a warrant signed Fri day directed Mills County Sherif Edwin L Barkus of Glemvood to carry out the sentence at the State Penitentiary at Fort Madi son where Kelley has been helc since his conviction Kelley was tried and convictec in Mills County after asking tha bis trial be transferred out of Pot tawattamie County where Brown was convicted Brown and Kelicy also admit ted killing a man in Minneapolis and a man in Omaha They were arrested without putting up a fight after Koehrsen was slain in Council Bluffs The governor emphasized hi action in setting the date was re quired by law and that he is stit reviewing the case for possibl executive clemency North Iowa Partly cloud through Saturday with scattere thundershowers Warmer Fr day night lows near 60 High Saturday upper 70s Iowa Partly cloudy through Sat urday scattered thunderstorm west Friday night and ove most of state Saturday Warme Friday night lows near 60 Highs Saturday 75 to 80 Fur ther outlook Fair cool Sunday Showers warmer Highs Saturday around 80 GlobeGazette weather date up to 8 am Friday Maximum 74 Minimum 50 On the inside Editorials 4 Soctety Mason City News Latest Sports 1M2 North Iowa 13 Comics 4 Band Features 17 Envoy to conference is recalled U S to ease its views WASHINGTON AP The Vhite House announced Friday the emporary recall of the US rep resentative at the Geneva disar mament conference to consult on new scientific data on detecting atomic tests The announcement followed a meeting of President Kennedy with top disarmamenl advisers at which authoritative ources said the President reached no final decision on whether to ease US terms for an atomic test ban treaty But indications were that the US policymakers were preparing 0 change the US stand by seal ing down the anticheating safe guards it has been demanding for any nuclear test ban agreemen with the Soviets The White House statement aid Nuclear test ban deliberations The President has reviewed the new technical findings on test de tection with his principal advisers He has asked for certain sup plemental assessments In addition Ambassador Ar Shur H Dean chief US nego Liator in Geneva disarmamen talks is returning from Geneva or consultation in the early par of next week and will return to Geneva by the end ofthe week It is expected he will return t eneva prepared to discuss the meaning of the new data and thei significance for our continuing at tempt to bring about a cessation of nuclear testing Presidential press secretary Pierre Salinger said that at the White House session Friday at tended by the heads of the princi pal federal agencies interested o heir representatives there wa no substantial disagreement voiced According to some published ac counts some federal officials fa vored relaxing the previous US demand for control explosion listening stations in side Russia while others wer against this The Soviets have objected t any atomic test ban policing sys tern that would intrude into Ru sian territory Informants said that the ma jority opinion in a meetin Thursday of policymakers a the State Department w a against dropping the contro post requirement at this time although some presidential ad visers reportedly favored sue action Challenges Erbe on liquor issue DES MOINES Hughes Democratic candidate fo governor Friday challenged GOT Norman Erbe to a public debat on liquorbythedrink and othe major issues that weigh upo the conscience and the pocketboo of our state Erbe Republican candidate fo reelection was not available fo comment An aide to the gove nor said Erbe would have no com ment on the letter for the tim being but he planned to air th issues thoroughly during the cam paign Hughes in a letter to Erbe sai liquor control is a moral issu because it involves an attitud of official hypocrisy that shame the entire state SAME DATE1M1342 Traffic M 14S ONE WILL BE MISS IOWA You be the judge Which one will be the new Miss Iowa The 34 con testants in the annual contest at Clear Lake one of the highlights of Governors Days are lined up for the photographer behind Patricia Whalen Clinton the reigning beauty The preliminary judging began Friday leading to the coronation at the Surf Ball room Sunday night Committee wants more research Political center of Iowa State groups meet here Mason CityClear Lake is the political center of the state Fri day as politicians gather for the annual Governors Days festivi ties The Governors Days stag at the All Veterans Social Center spon sored by the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake be gins at 6 pm The only political distraction from the North Iowa activity this it is a major distrac the Democratic state con vention in Des Moines with pri mary activity Saturday The Democratic women from through out the state meet Friday in Des Moines Some Democrat male politicians are expected how ever for the stag Friday night in Clear Lake But Saturday when the Dem ocrats meet in convention in Des Moines the Clear Lake affair will turn into an exclusive Republi can activity In past years the Governors Days festivities were scheduled for August and did not conflict with state political con ventions The Iowa Natural Resources Council is meeting Friday at the HanfordMotor Lodge The Iowa Development Commission is meet ing at the Hanford Hotel with the Mason City Planning and Zoning Commission of the legislative Highway Study Committee are meeting at the Hanford Hotel Federal shelter plan killed The highway study committee Friday spent most of the morn WASHINGTON W A presi dential request for to start an extensive fallout shelter construction program drew a no Friday from the House Ap propriations Committee In a report accompanying ah appropriation bill he committee said it believes that before the nation embarks on a program that would cost billions of dollars more study and re search should be applied to the vast and complex problems ini volved It approved million for fur ther civil defense research by the Defense Department President Kennedy had request ed million for grants to cover part of the cost of shelters in non profit institutions million for shelters in federal buildings million for stocking supplies in shelters and for re search and development The committee approved million to maintain the present stockpile of medical supplies and million for new supplies All of its actions are subject to new House approval next week The cut in Civil Defense items accounted for about half of the reduction in the bill which finances 26 executive Ben Bella preparing to take over in Algiers and widen his authority ALGIERS forces of Deputy Premier Ahmed Ben Bella prepared Friday to take over Al gerias capital and impose their authority on the divided Algerian nation Troops nominally loyal to Pre mier Ben Youssef Ben Kheddas crumbling regime guarded the approaches to Algiers but it was uncertain whether they would re sist the advance of the Ben Bella N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Illegal reapportionment TOPEKA Kan The Kansas legislative reap portionment has been declared unconstitutional and legislators ordered to run at large in the next elec tions Shawnee County District Judge Marion T Beatty ruled that the present alignment of the legis lature violated both state and federal constitutions and the federal civil rights law Exenvoy meets Ike Thompson Jr ended five years as U S ambassador to Moscow and flew here for a reunion with the man who appointed him former President Dwight D Eisenhower who is tour ing Europe New charges by Castro SANTIAGO Cuba Premier Fidel Castro cou pled new charges that the United States is planning to attack Cuba with an announcement that his short ageplagued regime is going to have to ration cloth ing and shoes as well as food Estes associate testifies AMARILLO Billie Sol Estes associate who told a court of inquiry that Estes may have hid den money in a paupers grave also testified that Estes operated a merrygoround with fertilizer tanks to fool a big finance company Harold E Orr president of Superior Tank Manufacturing Co said Estes switched identification tags back and forth ahead of investigators for the finance company to make the company think he had as many of the cost ly tanks as he said he had forces reported moving in from the west Former Deputy Premier Mo hammed Khider was scheduled to arrive in Algiers soon from Ben Bellas headquarters in Oran to set up the National Liberation Fronts sevenman political bu reau the Ben Belladominated body which plans to take control of the government Ben Khedda was almost alone in the government building in Algiers but he appeared calm He and his armaments minister Ab delhafid Boussouf expressed con fidence that everything will be arranged Boussouf left Algiers briefly Thursday possibly on a peacemaking mission and on his return declared The crisis will soon be over From Ben Bellas side came what looked like a conciliatory move State Minister Lakhdar Ben Tobbal who had been seized in Constantine when Ben Bella forces took over that east Alge rian city Wednesday was re leased and returned to Algiers But two of Ben Kheddas minis ters backed by thousands of for mer guerrillas in the Kabylte Mountains east of Algiers contin ued to call for widespread re sistance to Ben Bella The odds looked overwhelming ly in favor of Ben Bella He is backed by the regular 45000man National Liberation army and at least half the former guerrilla units Ben Bella supporters con trol most of eastern and western Algeria and the Saharan interior The only force apparently capa ble of blocking a Ben Bella take over was the 400000man French army in Algeria and for the moment at least it remained on the sidelines Government sources in Paris said the French army1 would intervene only to protect any Frenchmen who were en dangered 1 I I XN discussing recommendations i Kit 1 the Governors Highway Li I 1 1 i W Commission for access along Iowas major boards agencies commissions and bureaus for this fiscal year The total went over last years funds in the same bill due almost entirely to funds for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration The The governors committee commission and its access control subcommittee has made several recommendations to clarify authority of the Iowa Highway Commission in the field of right of way and access control agency requested in new funds and was study committee voted to making committee rec The committee turned down a request for million in new funds for grants and loans for mass transportation projects in urban areas on the ground the request exceeded the authorized ceiling It approved million for projects already until after the public hearing on the subject Aug 14 before the highway commission in Ames The public hearing starts at 1 pm and the study committee will meet in Ames at 4 pm following the commission hearing to consider committee recommenda The bulk of the saving the elimination of shelter governors liaison com and as the committee pointed and its access control million of the is recommending involved here could not to legally establish the have been approved even if of the highway com committee had wanted to to control access on clude roads and highways This was because is concern that the com authorizing the lacks sufficient author shelter incentive to control access to the ex with the government it now does local money in adding shelters officials arriving Fri schools and other community has not been approved In fact it has not for the weekend events were Sen Bourke B Hicken even considered but has and Sen Jack Miller gathering dust in House and at the C B Strick ate Armed Services home in Clear Lake IN THE DOGHOUSE This is the officiafbutton of the Sons of Business Society formed by Rep William Ayres ROhio to poke fun at President Ken nedy Its a take off from an expression used by the President in a blast at big business during the steel price hike incident Harvard University Kennedys alma mater has turned down a gift from society   

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