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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason MAYOR George E Mendon 3551 Robert J Ciapsaddle 3085 COUNCILMAN AT LARGE Carl J Grosland 2552 Walter R Broadbent 2332 Ronald 0 Masters Sr 1722 election results COUNCILMAN WARD 2 Clarence Hill Richard Hughes COUNCILMAN WARD 4 Cecil R Boyer Phillip R Jones Fred Carson 984 667 705 586 186 PARK COMMISSIONER Hugh O Roberts 3461 LorenE Weaver I ing 3024 TREASURER William F Werner 2127 POLICE Harold RWinston 4099 SEE ELECTION DETAILS PAGE 27 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 WS a copyjThls Paper ConilsU ot Flv SectlonSectlon On Auoclited Presi Full Leass Wliei Summary of elections WASHINGTON UP Here are the ma jot results of Tuesdays elections STATES JERSEY Democratic Gov Rich ard J Hughes scored a recordbreaking victory of more than 350000 votes over Republican State Sen Wayne Dumont Jr Democrats cap tured both houses of reapportioned legislature for first time since 1913 VIRGINIA Lt Gov Mills E Godwin Jr elected 21st consecutive Democratic gover nor defeating Republican A Linwood Holton Jr and Conservative William J Story Jr Demo crats retained overwhelming legislative control NEW YORK Republican Kenneth Keat ing former US senator elected to State Court of Appeals Republicans regained control of State Senate Democrats appeared to be keeping majority in Assembly KENTUCKY Democrats increased dominance of legislature by small margin CITIES NEW YORK CITY RepublicanLiberal John V Lindsay elected mayor over Democrat Abraham D Beame Democrats Frank D OCon nor and Marie Procaccine elected City Council president and comptroller CLEVELAND Ohio Mayor Ralph S Locher narrowly reelected over an in dependent Democrat Negro State Rep Carl B Stokes in fourman race PHILADELPHIA Arleri Specter a reg istered Democrat running as a Republican elect ed district attorney over Democratic incumbent James C Crumlish Jr LOUISVILLE Ky Republican Ken neth A Schmeid elected mayor Republican Marlow Cook reelected county judge by 21 margin Ohio John S Ballard elected first Republican mayor in 12 years CONGRESS OHIO Republican Clarence J Brown Jr son of late GOP congressman elected over Democrat James A Berry in 7th District Today in WASHINGTON UP An American dram atizes his objection to US policy in Viet Nam by becoming a human torch Jurors are beingselected to hear the fed eral governments case against the US Com munist party Someone finally is talking about the Kit Klux Klan but hes anoutsider HUMAN TORCH A Baltimore pacifist drenched himself in kerosene then became a hu man torch in what his widow said was a protest against US1 involvement in Viet Nam Norman R Morrison a 31yearold Quaker staged his sacrificial burning at the Pentagon as Defense Department workers were departing from work Some of the witnesses raced to beat out the fire with their coats and hands They were too late Morrison had his yearold daughter Emily in one arm but dropped her as he began to burn She was uninjured COMMUNIST TRIAL Trial of theTJS Communist party was further delayed Wednes day as court officials tried to find 75 potential jurors who have never worked for the U S gov ernment Judge William B Jones has ruled that no past or present federal employe may sit on the panel that will decide whether the party is guilty of failure to register as an agentof the Soviet Union KLAN PROBE Congressional probers of the Ku Klux Klan brought in another police chief as a witness The House Committee on UnAmerican Activities got prompt answers from Police Chief Lee Blackwell of Griffin Ga His testimony centered on the arrest of five armed Klansmen for a cross burning A No 227 Lindsay N Y winner Gains by GOP in Iowa Fort Dodge rejects issue By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa Republicans seeking to recoup the landslide losses of last year viewed as an omen Wednesday the recapture of the office of mayor at Davenport a normal GOP stronghold Fort Dodge rejected a 000 county bond issue for veterans memorial auditori Jonn HJebens 47 a city al derm an and businessman was elected Davenport mayor in the states municipal elections Tues day He defeated Democratic Mayor1 Ray OBrien who was seeking a third term Jebens polled 13901 votes and OBrien 11896 in official returns Davenport however is Hie only Iowa City with a charter under which municipal officials are elected on a party basis Partisan politics was not an is sue in the scores of other cities and towns which settled scraps over local issues Some mayors were reelected some with long terms were retired and in a number of towns new faces will appear on city councils Davenport elects its board of aldermen in wards The Repub licans retained their margin of eight in the 10 wards Durwood Dircks local GOP chairman said the election of Jebens rep resented a definite trend toward Iowa going Republican again next year Among top city officials de feated were Mayors Ed Jochum sen of Waterloo Gordon Bennet of Ottumwa Howard Lundberg of Atlantic and Lauren E Sad ler of Tarn a But Cedar Rapids returned Mayor Robert M L Johnson to a fourth twoyear term along with allbut one of its commis sioners on the City Council Lloyd L Turner was elected mayor of Waterloo and carried with him four council candidates on his ticket Ottumwa elected Lafe Dupy a former deputy sheriff Tama chose E C Car nal and Atlantic elected James Jessenall for mayor Voters of Carter Lake which is on the doorstep of Omaha in the Missouri River reelected Mayor Wilson E Mabrey 64 who has leen charged with lending a city road grader to a private contractor Mabrey has posted bail for hearing Nov 10 Several bond issues and an nexation proposals met with varying fate Council Bluffs gave a majori ty but two per cent under the required 60 per cent and thus defeated a million bond issue for an Indian Creek flood control project The town however ap IOWA turn to 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Thurs day Brisk northerly and colder Wednesday night Jowi in upper 20s and lew 30s Light northerly and colder Thursday highs in the 40f Weather details Page 2 Demos strong in NJ Godwin wins in Virginia WASHINGTON AP Re publican John V Lindsay vault ed Wednesday to the front rank of the party whose campaign banner he shunned in winning election as mayor of New York City But while the liberal Lindsay was winning by a 135000vote margin in heavily Democratic New York City Democrats were crushing Republican hopes with gubernatorial victories in New Jersey and Virginia After seven years ts Man hattan congressman and seven months as a mayoral cam paigner Lindsay triumphed over Democrat Abraham D Beame and became one of the Republican partys top of ficeholders Even before the New York election there was talk that vic f VvV Profile on Lindsay Page 14 New York winner and his family John V Lindsay 43 the next mayor of the city of New York waves to followers at his campaign headquarters in New York early Wednesday morning He holds his son John Jr 5 as his wife Mary stands by his side behind his daughters The Pliototax girls are from lelt Anne 9 Margie 12 and Kathy 14 Lindsays victory over Democrat Abraham D Beame in a heavy voter turn out marks him as a man to be reckoned with in national GOP politics Inside The Globe NORTH IOWA election re sults Page 16 CARD BURNER explains action Page 24 Society news 47 Clear Lake news 8 Comics 10 North news 16 Sports 1718 Bowling news 19 markets 26 Mason City Editorials 28 Commie attack fails SAIGON South Viet Nam AP Hundreds of Viet Cong swarmed down from the moun tains above coastal Quang Ngai Wednesday and made an unsuc cessful attempt to overrun a government outpost US sources said an estimat ed 500 to 600 Communist troops attacked the outpost three miles northeast of Quang Ngai in cen tral Viet Nam US jets bombed and strafed the Communist troops as they retreated at day light but there was no estimate of enemy casualties Moderate casualties were re ported among the defenders of the outpost Only one other ground action was reported In the Mekong delta a government river as savilt group riddled a sampan with machinegun fire A spokesman said the group killed three Viet Cong and captured several hundred rounds of am munition A US military spokesman reported 23 Americans killed in action last week 114 wounded and 2 missing or captured US casualties the week before were 11 killed 70 wounded and 13 missing or captured South Vietnamese casualties for the past week were 363 killed 773 wounded and 63 miss ing or captured the spokesman Head postmaster to office HYE Tex AP President Johnson summoned Lawrence F OBrien lo this hill country hamlet Wednesday to take the Cabinet oath as postmaster gen eral because this little com munity represents to me the earliest recollections of the America I knew as a boy Johnson chose as the site for the ceremony the front porch of the 19lh century DOS oral store which serves this community with a population o 135 Heavy rains that had threatened lo upset plans for the ceremony tapered offto an oc casional Irixzlc The President in remarks prepared for the affair said the presence of OBrien a political professional from the big city reminds us that in America the large and the small are equally the concern of their gov ernment and of us all Johnson recalled that it was at the Hye post office less than five miles from the LBJ Ranch and the Presidents nearby birthplace that he mailed his first letter to his grandmoth 1912 when he was four years old OBrien the last of John F Kennedys Irish mafia on the White House staff is succeeding John A Gronouski as postmast er general Gronouski a PolishAmeri can was sworn in as ambassa dor lo Poland in the dining room of the LBJ Ranch just prior to the ceremony here Johnson said Gronouski will be an ambassador of peace and goodwill whose mission is lo build new bridges to the people of Eastern Europe OBrien is an IrishAmerican Roman Catholic from Massa chusetts said The Viet Cong loll was 1 264 dead and 133 captured The spokesman said the Viet Cong in the past two weeks had struck in larger force than at any other period this year The Communists launched three battalionsize attacks and one assault of regimental strength last week the spokes man reported The Red losses were the third highest on record for a single week Just south of yuang Ngai at the port of Qui Nhon South Ko reas Tiger Division took over he defense of a large region rom a US Marine unit The Koreans have been hammering at Viet Cong positions with artil lery for several days in the Qui Nhon region A total of 12000 Korean troops will defend the region 260 miles north of Saigon a spokesman said Viet Cong guerrillas abound in the hills above Qui Nhon and the Marine unit that was relieved has been in con stant action for several months Qui Nhon is the main supply point for the US Armys 1st Air Cavalry Division which is based in the AnKhc valley west of Qui Nhon Air activity continued heavy over both North and South Viet Nam 1 tory or narrow defeat would make Lindsay a man with presi dential credentials in the GOP Beame charged that was Lindsays aimand said the Re publican would not serve a full fouryear term Lindsay said he would and seek reelection too In general Tuesdays scat tered offyearelections offered comebackminded Republicans little help in their hunt for an swers to the dilemma that was the legacy of presidential nominee Barry Goldwaer Lindsay who had refused to back Goldwater seldom men tioned his GOP mayoral norni nation He had the Liberal par ty s endorsement too1 His run ning both beaten by men on the Beame slate were a Liberal and a Democrat Beame got a campaign hand from Vice President Hubert H Humphrey and a lastminute endorsement from President Johnson Lindsay served notice at the outset that he wanted no help from national Republican figures including former ELECTION Please to Page 2 Part of Interstate 35 to open November 7 7 25mile segment of Interstate 35 Jinking DCS Moines and Ames and Interstate 80 to relocated US 30 will be opened to traffic Thursday afternoon Nov 11 Opening of the Polk and Story Counly segment will bring to 349 miles the total of Iowas 710 mile allotment of the National Interstate Highway System opened to traffic SAME   

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