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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             North Newspopei ntwtpopfr that mokes Norfh OWCRS LOBE Home Edition VOL lateruttwti LMM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1M3 IOc Consists Four SectionsSection One No 232 Uni Community candidates win Dilworth resigneT tTrun Mayor James H J Tate raises for Pennsylvania governor won a full n victory gesture after he won fouryear term by a 67000 vote margin 1 election over Republican new X Sydney Hoffmann right wasi comer James T McDermott in was cratics most serious threat in years rate named to the mayors seat when feateti for a seat on Pennsylvanias Su perior Court Russia backs down US convoy BERLIN A solid dis play of Allied unity was foU lowedby a Soviet backdown on the EastWest autobahn Wednes day and a US Afmy convoy rolled triumphantly into West Berlin A twoMJay war of nerves over Allied rights ended in the small hours after the British and French sent units on to the 110 jnile autobahn in support of the Demos control Some gains WASHINGTON Demo crats kept control Wednesday of such keenly contested posts as the Kentucky and Mississippi governorships arid the Philadel mayors chair But tallies from Tuesdays elections led the GOP to speak of dramatic inroads into Democratic strongholds The Kentucky race was a close one Mississippi Republicans mounting first serious at tempt oh the governorship since Reconstruction days rolled up a considerable vote in defeat Jn Democrats kept their grip on City Hall by about 67000 but this was their smallest margin in a may oral race in 10 years In all of these plus some the issue of civil rights figured Politicians will be studying the tallies for 1964 omens to learn for example whether Kentucky Court Randall will be first ward councilman Little coun was re ati a ue urst ward councilman ffief Smilp to cilmanatlarge and Shiit S Y Little and elected in the third ward Dan Shire seated in the Gus Kantaris Heavy returns spark North Iowa elections Party controls council Haddy gets park office By JAMES R OWENS The new United Community Party will take control ofthe Mason City Council Jan 2 arid gain a voice on the Park Com mission Mason City voters Tuesday gave the partys nom inees every position that was open defeating an Associated Citizens Party Slate of candi dates by sizable margins Dan Shire retained his 3rd Ward council seat Ray Randall will take the 1st Ward seat and Harry W Little will be council man at large With Phil Skipton originally elected as an hide pendent but who has been a spokesman of the new party the group will constitute a majority on the sixmember council William Haddy will go on tha threemember Park Commis sion Heavy returns were the rule mand ttiat the 44 American sol diers submit to a head count Then they pulled back the ar mored cordon blocking au jtobahn near the West German borderland the Americans went through de exercise is limited to Berlin o and unsmiling in the lead jeep voyi went through without in the convoy As soon as the convoy was safely through the US Army sent 56 more men on to the au Lakemayor reelected Two beaten CLEAR B C Myhr was reelected Tuesday polling 723 votes to 563 for Joe Johnson Two members of the lies accept counting when a con present Clear Lake city council py carries more than 30men 1 in flnnirmti iri fVio and there is no possibility of a confrontation with the Russians Allied officialsmulled over a variety of likely reasons for the Soviet third in less than a its sud den withdrawal Soon after dawn the 12vehicle One theory was that the So convdy arrived in West Berlin viets wanted to force the West em Powers into negotiation on something which they have de clared right by conquest to set their own A crowd through rules access to Berlin a cold and foggy night to cheer Another was that the Soviets wanted to flex theirmuscles in advance of Communist bloc talks intended to denounce Red Chinas heresies The Peking cAamiuc wucuicr a iicayy leiuins were tne rule A US spokesman safd the so called white backlash in municipal election through rfrr0o nwwj agaiinst the militant Negro drive out North Iowa Tuesday for more and better iobs freer For example City where only630 Votes were cast in the last municipal election 1841 voters went to the polls tobahn traveling from West Reds charge the Russians are Germanyto West Berlin in four vehicles This convoy unlike its pre decessor dismounted for count ing by theSoviets at Marien born on the western end of the lifeline highway too soft withthe West In Washington U S officials said the Americans had made no concessions to obtain release of the convoy President Kennedy w a s ad vised several hours before the were defeated however posts as couhcilmanaUarge the incumbent Fred Baum and the present second ward coun cilman John Bohhing lost out Guy Wisgerhof with 767 votes No erosion of Allied principle convoys release of the Soviet was involved however The Aldecision to end the latest auto bahn confrontation At the time he was conferring at the White House on the incident with Sec retary of State Dean Rusk Sec retary of Defense Robert S Mc Namara Air Force Chief of inaddition to the driver and co driver of each vehicle The Soviets cleared the sec ond convoy quickly ley for more and better jobs freer choice of housing and other aims will hurt President Keri year were elected at Lake Mills HalLjAdrian Citizens Party Randalfwon ran cumbentmayor M HBarker Saxerud and Michael Hall In was successful in his bid for reelection1 Elgin Enabnit mayor at Osage although he re strong competition from cumberit councilmen reelected were Wayne Marthispn and Ron Groe The incumbent mayor at Cres riepuolicans couldlook with MaWiir j 7 aimuugu ue re X a record 453 votes ceived strong competition from Th mcumDent at Cres ocratic to Republican But the Indianapolis City Hall stayed Democratic by a narrow niar In Rep John The heavy vote at Charles City meant that more than 900 pounds of bacon were given a livestock j tJ t ti VULCB LU j 313 for Schlick and 254 for KeMo 3 vpts to 519 Church ley CresCo voters also approved a bond issue The monej Two incumbent coiincilmn Mrs 111 f won out for in an tiph officially billed as honpar tisan His opponent was super visor Harold Dobbs Republican The retiring mayor is George Christopher i Republican In New Jersey the Republi firm and a supermarket t A n fti mi j LOOK INSIDE Complete North Iowa elec tion returns can be found on page 23 will be used to build or remode a city hall and fire house bvi In one of the closest elections D tWarea Bud Str Gilbert Tracy and Alvih War rington for the two coUricilmen cans kept control of the State Senate by a sweep and moved toward taking the Assembly from Democrats In Kentucky a uauut plete count showed Democrat ing They included Osage Rice Those two firms gave Mipound packages of bacon to each per son who cast a ballot Several other communities re ported extremely heavy ballot atOarge spots At LakV Mills mayor Truman incumbent incumbent mayor Wayne Peter son 342341 at Nashua All other incumbents were reelected al Nashua They include council men Wendell Miller Vic John Helgeson wasson Dr Roger Waller and Har Syverson ry Scoles Dr Donald Trefalso inree new councilmeniwas reelected Edward T Breathitt Jr the winner for the governorship but by only about 15000 votes out of some 860000 votes thus far counted His Republican foe Louie B Vunn charged voting irregular ville St Ansgar Hampton Lake MUls Osage Sheffield and Cres co With the autobahn tension Staff Gen Curtis Lemay and temporarily lifted The Army reinstated a Berlin exercise which had been twice post j T utiu ueen wice POSt and Floyd Nesbit with 658 won poned More than 5000 Ameri eatsJBauJm cans the entire US brigade in Bohmng 354 and Art MIChaels Berlin were ordered into their 234 Robert Denney will take over Bohnings chair as second ward councilman He defeated Wil liam Short 288193 Counciimen George Atkinson first ward and Arleigh Eddy third ward were reelected without opposition The total vote was 1304 as Compared with 1500 in 1961 other officials There was no hint of what steps were contemplated if the Soviets had not bowed to Allied r e s sure However officials Incumbents didnt fare too well in several elections At Manly four incumbent CEDAR RAPIDS A Jef High school boy shot by classmate stand by the voting machines and ballot boxes Nuimafter first conceding defeat said the race isnot over yet But it appeared the uncounted precincts could not change the outcome Arthur Angell Raymond Aves Don Keeney WHliam Pinta and Lloyd Strand elected to the council replacing William Kott tal Wednesday as he lay paralyzed withthree bullets in in a notebook in which Schultz over Paul Ludeman in the 1st Ward1 733 to 520 Haddy defeat ed Mrs Ward Hamilton for the Park Commission seat to 2254 Shire originaUy elected as aa independent his third term carried the gun a 22caliber reland WILLIAM HADDY Commission by a vote of 1192to 728 over Associated Citizen Tilman Gros volyer with a nineshot cylinder from which three bullets were fired therback fired by a classmate Matias did not disclose the annual fall maneuvers to test said the blockade carried the Nunn in his campaign had city defenses of a serious situation oi K warns against autobahn force MOSCOW UPI Nikita Khrushchev Premier said Wed Hughes seeks decision A ui j iivt nuasiitn armorea on Anamosa Jl wiumt obey nesday that if the American army had tried to force its lat Khrushchevs version of the qpnvoys passage was at vari ance with that of the US Army which reported that its 12truck convoy finally had been to Pass b armored DBS MOINES AP Gov Harold Hughes told the State Board of Control Wednesday it must decide now the future pol icy for mates Hughes held a closed meeting with the three member board and discussed last weeks dis turbance at the Mens Refor matory b p d i e s and triggered war possibly have The Soviet leader said the Americans were held up at instruction tail gates and have soldiers dis mount from the trucks warning over Mrienborn until thfey evs warnng over to do what they had been doing the consequences of the handling prison infor a great many years in the Iatest Berlin access crisis was North Iowa WecsHier ouHook and cooler Wednesday night lows in the 30s creasing cloudiness mild Thursday highs in the Ms Weather details en 2 capacity past They did make attempt to ignore the established pro j w f m W fl O cedure he said Thus our Mocked by the Russians Mon armour tmcks came out of condaymorning cealment to bar the way and then the American and British j j agreed to observe the estabr Sed visiting us lished procedure honaires here on a Time Maga lished procedure There was no reason what soever for American soldiers to iiiisi sumitiiS TII HA lav 111 sit there for two days waiting terrupted his vacation at the f n w Imictkf to go through I lime They must have reserve borne down heavily in criticism of an order issued by retiring Democratic Gov Bert Combs barfing racial discrimination in businesses licensed by the state He also had roundly criticized the Kennedy Here are major results in Tuesdays general Edward T Breathitt Jr edged Republi can Louie B Nunn by 15000 votes to win the governorship succeeding Democrat Bert T Combs who5 couldntsucceed himself under state law Mississippi Democratic Lt Gov Paul B Johnson Jr won the governorship on his fourth try defeating Republican Ru bel Phillips in the states first twoparty contest of this cen tury Gov Ross Barnett also a Democrat was ineligible to succeed himself Philadelphia Mayor James HJ Tate a Democrat won a full fouryear term by defeating James T McDermott by 67000 votes Tate succeeded Richard son Dilworth who resigned in 1962 in an unsuccessful bid for the governorship scored major gains in mayoral con tests gaining a 6249 majority over the Democrats who had held a 7137 margin Democrats of the convoy incident and EVanSViHi He flew in from London New JerseyRepublicans re before de DEMOCRATS turn to 3 in the locker room of the school A grudge affair stemming from a clash during a water DBO game in the school gym last week was believed respons Inside The Globe VF f JUJT C11 MAN still John Holmquist was in L contents of the note But the Holmquist boys father said he saw it and it stated that Schultz intended to shoot his son be cause of a grudge over the in 1 vj a ible for the shooting Tuesday cident in the pool morning The wounded boy 15yearold lively at 90 l COMPLETE North 3 Iowa election returns Paee 23 s Edi ton Is 4 Society news Comics u In a statement to police the Wiltsey boy said that Schultz entered the locker fully clothed and was standing in the room with a brown zippered notebook against his chest I walked over to start to talk f on the to Randy about a lifesaving football team is the son of Mr class we were in Marfc St Lukes Hospital paralyzed from the waist down Doctors said his spinal cord was severed Sporfs news 21 North news Clear Lake news Latest markets 32 and Mrs The other Randolph Bruce Schultz was reported in a state of shock at F Holmquist boy news Transit timetable 3233 class we were in Mark said He mumbled to me that he couldnt help me Mark said Randy suddenly threw the notebook against a 23 Mercy Hospital Police had been wall and at the same time unable to question him pulled out the gun Young Schultz also a sopho iransit timetable 38 is fe Mrf Helen Classified pages 3839 is dead He had nevar been in any known trouble before He was known the first high level Soviet pro nouncement on the subject since the A m er i c a n convoy was As the Soyiet leader zine sponsored tour US Am bassador Foy Kohler rushed back to Moscow having in parture that the American con voy had Ibeen released Bulletins as an excellent student He had turnedtoward the shower room and he pointed the gun with his right hand and steadied it with his left hand the Wiltsey boy said At this time I saw August up terrific pressure in this P r e m I e f boy and something snapped Khrushchev said Wednesday Forthe present no charges Soviet plans to buy American were filed mtgiiGV flipped his Holmquist a few steps from the Chief George shower room about to enter it I stepped into the drying room beside Randy He pushed me aside and fired the gun two or three wheat may be canceled It may well happen that we will let you eat your own grain Khrushchev totd Six other boys were around the locker room xiiiwntnvv TOIQ a am when the shooting oc groop of American business curred and one said he wit nessed it He is Mark Wiltsey 15 a member of the same gym dashsd out of the iri or school and ran about two blocks about to the home of Mr and Mrs men MOSCOW UPI Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev said Wednesday the Soviet Union has not f given up its lunar project and would pos sibly launch a man to t h e moon it is certain he ean safely sent back class Schultz Chief Marvin Middlekauff where he asked that someone call the po lice As there was no telephone in the house Mrs Middlekauff ji w L4JJL with riolmquist and went next door and returned to 1L arouse her husband who works Mauas said the two at night sophomores had an argument in the water polo game One report was that Holmquist may have ducked Schultz in the pool Police said they found a note Middlekauff said the boy col lapsed on the sofa with the gun still in his belt an ambu lance had to be called to take him to the hospital The atlarge seat was com pletely open with incumbent Herve Towrier choosing riot to run Little won it over Dr B Raymond Westonof the Asso ciated Citizens 3114 to As expected citiiens voted overwhelmingly for City Transit Inc to retain its franchise for city bus service There were 5 247 votes for the 10year fran chise extension and only 246 against it The 10 years actually begin next Sept 9 but the elec tion was held this year to avoid expense of a special election at the end of the present franchise period Apparently many had nointcr est or little understanding of the bus issue More than 90 of the franchise ballots were left blank Shire and Randall each car ried both of their wards two precincts Dr Weston carried three of the citys eight precincts but votes for Little in the other five gave Little his winning margin Mrs Hamilton won in one pre cinct tied Haddy in another but lost in all others The only precinct that favored Associated Citizens completely UNITED Please turn to paga 2 SAME DATEW250I   

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