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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 6, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Glenn gets fair vote Wallace stirs trouble By ARTHUR EDSON AP Political Writer WASHINGTON AP Once again voters have proved how much they like a famous name George C Wallace Ala bamas states rights governor has proved he can stir up prob lems for Democrats even while losing Seven widely scattered prima ries were held Tuesday in which Robert Taft Jr and Bud Wilkinson scored landslide vic tories Astronaut John H Glenn Jr ran well in a race from svhich he had withdrawn Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona picked up Indianas 32 convention votes in his chase after the Republican presiden tial nomination Wallace lost to President Johnsons man in Indiana Gov Matthew E Welsh but with around 30 per cent of the votes he claimed victory We shook the eye teeth of the liberals in Washington said Wishful thinking Welsh said It was a big primary day and Photofax SITTING OUT SENATE Astro naut John H Glenn Jr and his wife sit in front of a backyard fire at their Houston Texas home as they await returns frorri the Ohio election Glenn was sec ond to Democratic Sen Stephen M Young and Glenn wasnt even running for the Senate seat The newspaper that makes ail North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition s VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 4 ClOc a This Paper Consists of Four Section On8 Associated Press Full Leased No 74 reported OK v By FRANK CAREY WASHINGTON Despite the whirlwind pace hes been keeping President1 Johnsons heart that suffered an attack in is apparently fine was the indication from the White House Wednesday in answer to a query concerning the state health of the SK Presidents query was motivated by the fact the President ever since he took office has main tained a fast and vigorous work den airplane trips to fastpaced onthehoof news conferences held on the quartermile drive way behind the White House At least published report has said some of sociates have been worried about his energetic in view of his history of having had one heart attack However there are indica tions the President knows how to mix rest and relaxation with his faststepping workaday The White House said John sons latest electrocardiograph a test of his heart function showed a normal find ing The same is true of his nently by Johnsons coronary thrombosis in 1955 Normal pulse Means that Johnsons heart is respond ing well to its is its not going too fast or too slow No enlargement of the heart Means for one thing that the area of heart muscle damaged when a clot blocked Johnsons coronary artery dur ing the 1955 attack has healed well It also means that unaf fected muscle in the heart has been able to carry the hearts work load without becoming en larged Signs that r the President knows howto taper off from a ften a thoroughly confusing inc Take Indiana While Demo crats were trying to figure out low many of Wallaces votes tvere really votes against John son the Republicans were ng their difficulties too Goldwater had been expected o breeze in with Harold E Stassen supplying minimum op position But the former gover lor of Minnesota picked up around a fourth of the votes cast for his finest showing in years Writeins are illegal in Indi ana and Stassen collected the windfall In New Hampshire where Henry Cabot Lodge won 843 with writeins Stassen ran a bad sixth and last with a trifle over one per cent of the vote Or take Ohio Here Rep Rob ert Taft Jr made his first move toward taking over the Senate seat held by his latefather the Republican of his party Taft won the GOP nomination with a knockout victory over Secretary of State Ted Brown But Democratic Sen Stephen M Young a bouncy 75yearok who wants to keep his job found the voters like John H Glenn Jr even though a bath room fall had taken him out o the race Glenns name stayec on the ballot and about one third of the Democrats voted fo him anyway Elsewhere around the covmtry there were these developments OKLAHOMA Former foot ball coach Bud Wilkinson was an easy winner in his try for the GOP senatorial nomination His opponent was to be decided in a runoff between the incum bent Sen J Howard Edmond son and StateSen Fred Harris ALABAMA No question about a Wallace victory here His slate of unpledged electors by a lopsided margin over MATTHEW WELSH Wallace won with his slate for Demo cratic parly offices Getting around to the score card on some the major races heres the breakdown on Indiana With 4369 of the 4416 pre cincts counted Welsh had cap tured 366168 votes to 169030 for Wallace Goldwater polled 257740 votes in 4169 precincts Stassen 102 Returns from 12610 of Ohio 3311polling places gave Taft 83540 votes and Brown 156641 On the democratic side Young polled 481113 and Glenn 193758 Oh yes Everyone knows gist of what a candidate says vhen he wins and when ha loses but what of the candidate who runs well in a race from which he officially withdrew Down in Houston Tex John Glenn said his only hopes now are for improving health Just plan to get better said My progress is coming along pretty good harddriving schedule the following include VICTORY Hisarms held highand flashing the traditional V for victory sign Alabama Gov George C Wallace acknowledged cheers of his supporters at a rally in an Indianajxlis hotel Tuesday phototax a proJohnson ticket Oncemore night The governor appeared at the rally after the Alabama Democrats are in full count showed that he would capture about 30 per revolt against the national par Blames Hughes in riots BOONE AP Garry Wood ward of Muscatine Republican andidatc for attorney general charged Tuesday that recent riots at Iowa prisons can be laid toactions at Gov Harold cent of the Democratic vote in the Indiana presiden tial primary pulse blood breathing rate pressure and Furthermore there is no en largement of the the White House said It was the first technical word on John sons health since Dec 4 short ly after he took office None of Johnsons own doc he has them in vari ous parts of the country as well as the White avail able for interviews on the sub Bui one doctor outside the White has nothing to do with President Johnsons a reporter the infor mation given out by the White House together with the obvi ous fact that Johnson has been leading a fast work pace add up tothis in his opinion The fact that he has able to maintain the pace gives reassurance that his coronary attack of 1955 was wellhealed The doctor said the medical details given out by the White House could be interpreted this way Normal EKG Means that the electricalconducting system that makes the heart work was not damaged perma ONLY 4 VOTiS CAST RICHFIELD Idaho A Vote counters werent exactly busy Tuesday after the polls closed in a Richfield school district trustee election Only four bal lots were cast Both incumbent trustees were elected North Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thun derstorms Wednesday night and possibly extreme south east Thursday Winds dimin ishing on Wednesday night Cooler Wednesday night lows in the 50s Partly cloudy and cooler Thursday highs in the 70s Weather details en Page 2 During his walkaHion in the White H9use back yard last Sat urday he told reporters he is us ually in bed by 11 and watches television or reads un til about 2 am He is awake by tomatically andwithout any alarm clock he he says in bed a couple of hours after that reading or just rest ing Thus he indicated he rests up to 10 hours even though hes not sleeping that long Moreover he swims before takes a nap every afternoon IS Kennedy tariff meeting GENEVA AP The drive that President John F Kennedy started to free world trade got a green light Wednesday from the chief negotiators at the 75na tion Kennedy Round talks The worlds trading the United States Britain and the European Common Market to negotiate on thei basis of a 50 percent across theboard reduction in tariffs1 But that is only a goal and the final cuts wont average that much When negotiations are con cluded in 1965 or 1966 the result should be more business for all and a brake on rising prices This is the purpose of the Ken nedy Round of trade negotia tions which the General Agree ment on Tariffs and LETS SEE NOW Regardless of what time it is Thursday Friday and Saturday are a good time to shop in Mason City stores They will have bargains for Greater Mason City Days Meanwhile Esther Viet considers a problem as she looks at two clocks at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co By the way which is which f 1 Post Office bees have honey of time PERRY M Thousands of bees had a honey of a time in Perrys Post Office Wednes day They didnt stay the mail clerks from their appointed rounds but they sure slowed them down a bit Acting Postmaster Eugene McCarville said thousands of stray bees were attracted to the Post Office by a shipment of 255000 bees consigned to the Hastie greenhouse A broken carton didnt help matters any Nobody seemed to mind too much until tlie bees started buzing the clerks Seventeen cartons then were The rear of the Post Office was closed and sprayed We now have dead bees all over the place said Mc Carville adding no one ap parently got stung Oh yes several more bee shipments are due in any day now On the inside Editorials 4 Society news 8910 North Iowa news 2021 Sports news 2526 in Geneva this week Even some Communist coun tries will go along in this attempt to improve trade Jzechosiovakia already is a member of GATT Poland is working hard for greater partici1 pation American officials were pleased to pin down the 50 per cent figure even as only a bas is for work President Charles de Gaulles government fearful of tougher foreign competition for Frances growing industry had opposed setting this reduc tion the maximum allowed by American law as the official aim of the talks US tariffs though twice cut in half over the last 30 years still are in many cases much higher than the tariffs of other countries A rule is to be worked out that will cut these higher American tariffs by the full 50 per cent and reduce the corresponding European tariffs by a lower margin perhaps 25 per cent Each country involved also will submit lists of exceptions for items which must be deall with separately A deadline of Sept 10 was set for these lists that is when the tough bar gaining will start The New York Times rcportoc Wednesday the Soviet Union which has repeatedly denounced the Common Market has put out tentative feelers about es ablishing relations with the West European economic oc A Times dispatch from Gen eva said Western diplomats are speculating that the Russians soon will accredit a mission to the Brussels headquarters o the Common Market The Russian interest appears to be an application of the max im If you cant lick them join them the Times said In Macpn County Ala scene t of racial three out o our Negroes seeking office ap peared to have won Democratic nomination L Kol and a senator for 18 years won the Democratic nomination for a fourth term Six Democrats were running or governor Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville and Ma yor Robert King High of Miami won spots in the May 26 runoff NEW Com missioner E S Johnny Walker had a narrow lead over State Sen Fabian Chavez in their race for the Democratic nomi nation as US representative DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Purely local stuff here The Rev E Franklin Jackson former district chairman of the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People Hughes Woodward MuscatineCounty attorney spoke to a gathering of party workers a stop of the Republican campaign caravan iw f j He said theDemocratic ernor caused t the riots at ths Anamosa i Reformatory and the lowa Penitentiary by going to theinstitutjons and say ing some of you boys dont be long I know of no betterway to cause trouble and I hold Hughes responsible Woodward said Hughes says charges are irresponsible 5 hurt as wind continues to rake the state Severe weather warning is out KANSAS CITY ftf A severe thunderstorm and tornado fore cast was issued Wednesday for parts of northeast Iowa south east ivlinnesota and western Wis consin The forecast Scattered severe thunder storms with a few tornadoes large hail and locally damaging wind storms are expected in an area along and 60 miles either Clear Lake news 21 side of a line from 70 miles east Comics34Jof Duhith Minn to 50 mile Latest markets of Waterloo Iowa Mason City news 3839 from noon to 6 pm cst Wed Classified pages 4546 nesday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At least five persons were in jured when wind storms accom panied by twisters lashed a 100 mile long area of northwest Iowa Tuesday night causing ex tensive damage to farm prop erty The storm belt extended from Sioux City northeastward to the Iowa Great Lakes region in Dickinson County Many farm lUlbuildings were leveled and some farmhouses were de stroyed or damaged The known injured were occu pants of cars blown off high ways Four persons en route to an evening church service at Ger mantown in OBrien County were riding in a car which was ifted off Highway 143 and dropped into a plowed field All ived in the GranvilleGerman town area Elmer Herzberg 48 and Emil Pauling 65 were taken to St Josephs Mercy Hospital at Sioux City Wilma Pauling and Lester Krusc were hospitalized at Orange City Herzberg and Pauling were believed seriously injured The tornado near Germanlown was a double blow toHerzberg His parents Mr and Mrs Mar tin Herzberg lost their home in the twister which destroyed the town of Yorktown in southern Iowa April 12 Ed Bortscheller of Remsen was injured when his car was blown off a highway at Remsen He was reported in good condi tion at a Le Mars hospital The area from Lc Mars and DES MOINES AP Gov Harold Hughes said Wednesday a charge that he was responsi ble for riots at Iowa prisons was an irresponsible state ment Hughes said he never had visited the Mens Reformatory since becoming governor al though he did visit inmates at the State Penitentiary Garry Woodward of Musca tine a candidate for the Repub lican nomination for attorney general said at Boone Tuesday that Hughes was to blame for the riots at the institutions This is the type of irrespon sible statement that is mads early in a campaign Hughes said at a news conference Im not running against Garry Woodward and I dont think hes running against me But I guess Im the only Democrat all the Republicans can take after Remsen in Plymouth County to Pautiina and Germantown in OBrien County appeared to be the hardest hit by tornadic winds The storms skipped along be tween and pm after causing mostly minor damage in the north part of Sioux Cityj CHARLES h a r 1 c s Dust obscures sky in area by Charles City The family of Don Ketialy near Le Mars took refuge in a storm cave as the wind leveled all farm outbuildings except the log shed and unroofed the farm louse In the heavy downpour which followed rain doused the contents of the house Kenaly is school principal at Hinton Six members of the Martin Willctt family northwest Remsen escaped the wind ripped off the roof of their house while across the road the Eu gene Poeches home was leveled There were no reports of inju ries to the Poeches family A spokesman Power Service City ami the surrounding area was in the path of a heavy dust storm Wednesday morning Winds gusting up to 40 miles an hour or more caused the dust to obscure the sun and vis ability was about half a mile for Interstate said workers looked for a 1000pound trans former which was blown away at Remsen and disappeared SAME RUck Mentis Dettt In 21 Hcmri   

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