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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for VOL n MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors Preii Bd International full L5 Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY U 19W f Cop iThl ConiUtf o Two HOME lit fi i Filibuster loses face in Senate Election also to have effect on strategy By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The first definition of filibuster in Web sters unabridged dictionary is as follows An irregular mili tary adventurer esp one in quest of plunder Farther on down the fine print lists a fili buster as a member of a legis lative body who prevents a vote by the extreme use of dilatory tactics The plunder that Southern Democrats have been able to extract by practicing the Senate filibuster is the plunder of a pre ferred position in Southern po litical economic and social life In its most virulent form the plunder is a negative the habitual denial of the right to vote to great numbers of Ne groes NOT ONCE IN the nations history has the Senate been able to end a Southern filibuster on a civil rights measure the word applies both to the person who practices dilatory debate and to the debate In 1938 after 29 days of debate the Senate finally laid aside an antilynch ing bill because it could not bring the issue to a vote despite an overwhelming majority in favor of the bill Between 1942 and 1948 South ern filibusters defeated four separate attempts to pass the perennial antipoll ax bill The cloture rule was as useful to end the debate as a humming birds wings to deliver the atomic bomb In 1946 former President Trumans proposal for a federal 1960 air accident toll reaches 325 Sky spy The weather satellite launched North Partly cloudy and locally colder through Satur day Lows Friday night 410 Saturday 1721 Partial loss of signals A RING AROUND IKE Argentina officials made no bones about the fact that troops on hand to greet President Eisenhower had a twofold purpose An honor guard and a ring of protection Photolai Here Ike and Arturo Frondizi Argen tine president review the guard imme diately afterrtheir arrival in Buenos Aires by helicopter Arrives in helicopter Demonstrators tail to see Eisenhower CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Ml United States sent up an experimental Midas spy in the sky satellite Friday but parti ally lost rdio contact wilh it just after the launching The Air Force announced after the liftoff Preliminary indications arc that separation of the second stage occurred However be cause of partial loss of tele metry it may be some time before we know if the second stage ignited An official said however thai some telemetry was still being received Iowa Clear to partly cloudy ami locally colder through Saturday Lows Friday night 3 below to 10 above Highs Saturday 1522 Further out look Partly cloudy continued rather cold Sunday j Fiveday Iowa Abnormally cold weather will continue through most of the period A slight warming trend is expected about Tuesday or Wednesday but temperatures will average 10 to 15 degrees below normal Friday night through next Wednesday Afternoon will average about 17 to 27 de grees Overnight lows will av erage about to 14 degrees Precipitation generally will be less than 10 of an inch occur ring as intermittent snow flur ries Minnesota Partly cloudy flur ries Highs Saturday 1525 GlobeGayetle weather daa up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 2t 10 12 25 Airliner down in Ireland Hunt for dead in Rio bay Wedding plans tor Margaret LONDON Mi Princess Margaret 29 was announced Friday OUR WIKE S Two air tragedies in the last hours have taken the lives of nearly 100 persons One a flam ing gasolinefed crash at Shan non Airport in Ireland the other in flight collision over Rio De Janeiro The crashes brought to 325 the number o dead in eight major plane disasters since Jan 1 There were 29 dead in the Shannon crash of a New York bound Italian airliner and 23 persons were critically hurt Twelve of the passengers were reported to be Americans The collision over Sugarloaf FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES BUENOS AIRES President Eisenhower made a dramatic arrival in the heart of Buenos fair employment Ky helicopter Friday soar mg over the heads of angry demonstrators who were de manding the return of ousted dictator Juan D Peron They shook their fists at the chopper mission fell quite predictably before a filibuster All this has now changed and the Southern grandees who for so long have been in control of the Senate know it Today for the first time in history the Senate is in a position to impose cloture on a Southern filibuster against civil rights legislation WHEN THE Southerners were at their peak of power they had a sure claim to 22 votes from the old Confederacy together with an equally sure sprinkling of Democratic senators from the border States and a handful of Western Republicans who on oc casion took advantage of the filibuster themselves They also had the advantage of the un written rule of logrolling on economic issues Southern votes were essential to the conserva tive Republicans and they could in turn demand a quid pro quo on civil rights This was the binding mortar of the famous coalition Today the 22 hard core South ern Democrats from the 11 states of the old Confederacy Coad decides to campaign again BOONE r n a ri j O d U as it passed high above them Five bombs exploded in the city during the night injuring three personsin whatmay have been antiAmerican demonstra tions Two of the blasts dam a g e d Americanowned corn President Arturo Frondizi and panics other high Argentine dignitaries welcomed Eisenhower warmly at trrairport Eisenhower told Frondizi that both their countries provide one stone in the structure of MIDAS MISSION is ply warning time on enemy siies by delecting them only seconds afler their launching Originally an announcement on whether the rocket achieved orbit had been planned here in about two hours after it had had a chance to make one cjr The satellite ho be engaged to Anthony ArmstrongJones a court photographer j Mountain in Rio took at least to multi Qnccn ElizabeU u and hcr Prince Philip wcrcrl llvcs and possibly 67 About 2iny a spokesman aL Buckingham Palace to be delighted beW thc casualties were Amer cause this is such a happy match icans There were three surviv nClllng Ilirv omMicn i nnmnc n lifllr nvnr fVlllP r i OTS all U S iS 3 VV ITlCn cuit of the earth Security arrangements wcrei ipeace the tightest of Eisenhowers La The people of Argentina and tin American trip jthe Tnited States share an un Ishakeabie resolve to work tire THE PRESIDENT arrived bylessJy together and with our Rep Jlerwin plane at Ezeiza airport at am CST saddened by the loss of 61 persons in Thursdays air collision over Rio dc Janeiro be x Frirlav an tween a liS Navy plane and a rillldy dll i neighbors for peace character ized by freedom and justice Eisenhower added The two men boarded the U S Marine Corps helicopter and was planned to spin in a path 100 to 200 miles high The partial radio failure left the timing uncertain Midas which stands for mis sile defense alarm system is the first United States satellite launched for a purely military purpose The Air Force has clamped a secrecy lid on most details about H OFFICIALS emphasized that this is only an experimental ve hicle a forerunner of a series of satellites planned to whirl about the earth on constant The surprise announcement comes a little over four ycarsjors after Margarets announcement that she would not marry Peter Townsend Differences involving their religion he was a di man broke up that romance Townsend last Dccem Motion for new trial denied WATERLOO for a new trial was overruled in a District Court hearing Friday and Judge Peter Van Metre set May 2 19CL as the execution date for Lee H a w k i n s 47 Waterloo convicted of first de gree murder Hawkins was convicted of the JAivlliJ Mil UIVV7KI L11L11 il lUUiLtilJL nounced he will seek commercial airliner to for cnemy actjvi to his third term as Iowas 6th District representative Coad 35 said I feel the problems confronting this nation and this district are such that continued Democratic representation is es sential Prior to his election to Congress in 1956 he was Wcdnesdav and foiind of the Central Christian Churchhad lockcd nimsclf out flf hjs Caught in window lowan found dead OLLIE if Clarence Ingle 72 returned to his home nearjPresienl Adolfo Malcos U S embassy residence gar dens The flight was made to avoid possible hostile demonstrations such as the stonethrowing inci dents that marred Mexican in Boone On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa Features 6 CubGazette 7 Society News 89 house Finding a small window unlocked Ingle had wiggled part way through when the window came down on him Authorities said the elderly bachelor who lived alone was trapped for at least 24 hours before a passer saw him Thursday night LEADERS OF almost all sec tors of Argentine society cx pressed pleasure at pr c uiQit snn Kic ty They will carry infrared jsensing devices to spot the heat trail of a hostile rocket as it is fired The warning would be flashed immediately to America which then would have about 30 min utes to brace for nuclear bom bardment and to send retalia tory weapons on the way The firstMidas contains the slaying of Archie Fox Waterp r e s s sccre her married another girl The princess and Armstrong is 29 met two years ago in London at a party They have met continuously since that lime at various places and they have been together at Balm oral and at Saud r i n g h am said the Clar cnce House ers visit and support for his good neighbor gesture Even Peronistas and Communists is sued statements welcoming the President with the courtesy owed to a foreign chief of Clear Lake News 10 Ingle was dead either a victimistatc The Communists pro have dwindled When the cloture Comics 11 0f exposure or a heart attack jmised lo behave politely if is to test it on missiles launched from Cape Canaveral and Van denberg Air Force Base Calif loo Jan 1 Hearing on a motion for a new trial had been postponed twice before Judge Van Metre over ruled the motion Friday Judge Van Metre said there was in sufficient evidence to support the motion for a new trial GOONEY OVER GATERS ATLANTA Ga Orr 29 admitted upon his arrest Thursday that he had stolen a sixfoot alligator from the city zoo three times in recent months The guy just has a mania for alligators a detec tive said ENGINE FAILURE on take off was blamed for the Alitalia Airlines plane crash at Shannon The DC7 had risen to 1000 feet when it nosed over and fell to a flaming explosion in a nearby cemetery It was not immedi ately determined whether the plane exploded in flight or on impact Bodies flew through the air and the plane burst into 10 mil lion pieces One witness said the cemetery looked like a bat tlefield The plane had set out from Naples landed at Rome to pick up more passengers and stopped in Shannon to refuel The airliner crashed through the wall of the cemetery and plowed through a line of tomb stones and across a sheep pas ture leaving a milelong trail of fire and bodies There were bodies scattered all over the field said a local priest the Rev Thomas Comer ford People were mixed up The announcement came asjwith Lhc rcmains o shccp the a great surprise Their namcsplanc had killed Most of the had not been linked in the aljbodics werc horribly mutilated ways prolific gossip about herj Tcopjc were screaming t a r y Ma j John Griffin Despite h i s youth Arm strong Jones MARGARET is one of Britains bestknown photographers noted for his portraits of the royal family and high society His father is a welltodo lawyer private life The Princess and her fiance sheep were crying and dogs were barking It was like a are spending the weekend with scene from hell the Queen Mother at the royalj lodge in Windsor Great Park rule was relaxed a year ago r North Iowa News 12 only J4 Southerners voted against the change Texas Ten nessee Florida and North Caro lina all left the Southern ram parts and voted with the major ity leader Sen Lyndon John son of Texas This is not to say that in the balloting on the vot ingrights bill this year all these senators will be found voting yes Some of them including Sen Johnson and his colleague Sen Ralph Yarborough im1 doubtedly will BUT SEN ESTES Kefaover is up for reelection and may not be willing to risk his political future Sen Sam Ervin and Sen B E Jordan of North Carolina are not likely to for sake the South on so basic an issue Floridas Sen Spessard Holland and Sen George Smath ers are under heavy pressure too Nevertheless the hard core of 22 is now soft and malleable If il comes down to cloture and its requirement of two thirds of Ihose voting Sen Johnson whose presidential ambition is deeply engaged will see that it succeeds depend upon it The Republicans with Vice President Nixon calling signals will also be under extreme pres Sports 1314 Mason City News 1819 Latest Markets TV Guide 19 Pullout section RENT PAID WASHINGTON UPI The State Department announced Fridayit has paid Si 930000 to Panama in 1960 rent on the Panama Canal under treaties which set up the Canal Zone SAME Eisenhower comes wilh the Camp David spirit Eisenhowers program in Ar gentina was sharply different from that in Brazil where parades and public appearances gave him little time for private conversations with President Juscelino Kubitschek The U S President set aside only one day for Buenos Aires a drive through its streets and ian address to Congress Ventura residents to vote on proposal to incorporate Residents of Ventura will vote in late March on wheth er to incorporate as a town District Court Judge William P Butler Friday appointed five Ventura men as commis sioners to supervise the elec tion A petition signed by 65 Ventura residents was sub mitted to the court requesting that the commissioners be ap pointed The commissioners are L A Grell C E Lau Donald E Ransom H E Boehnke because we think we will get more for our tax dollar At the present time the Ventura area is governed by he Cer ro Gordo County Board of Supervisors The plat attached to the petition outlines an area about 2Vij miles wide and about a mile north and south that is proposed for incorporation The area would exclude Ven tura Heights a residential dis trict south of the bridge be tween Clear Lake and the A 4 AJ II rVC V VVJ1 WHCt A i sure to show a solid front in thej and E Gisel Gisel Ventura marsh event cloture is called for The Negro vote in the North is of course widely regarded 33 the prize for the party making the civil rights showing said Friday that the election would be conducted on rr about March 24 Gisel said that the petition ers are seeking to incorporate The Ventura area would in clude the south threefourths of Section 16 the south half of Section 17 the southeast quar ter of Section 18 and the north portions of Sections 19 20 and 21 in Clear Lake Township Ventura would have a popu lation of about 475 and a tax able valuation of about 000 according to The taxable valuation would be less than that of Rockwell and more than Thorntons Rockwells valuation is about and Thorntons is about Venturas roads are now maintained by the county The sewage system is gov erned by trustees of the in dependent sewage disposal district The community has natural gas service and street lights It does not have a community water system SCAMP GETS A BREAK Scamp a mongrel dog looks at a photo of herself with two broken hind legs in splints as a veterinarian turns her over to her new mistress Clara Stanley Lexington Mass Scamp is the pup who created a stir recently when her photo was AP Photofax flashed over the country She was beat en unmercifully by her original owner who since has been sent to a house of correction Mrs Stanley left was one of the thousands who wrote in and asked for Scamp A FLEET OF launches mean while continued to crisscross Guanabara Bay off Rio seeking missing bodies of those who died in the collision in an overcast Thursday Only 25 bodies were recovered Thursday Thirtyfive of the dead and he only three survivors were US Navy men Among the dead were 19 leading members of the US Navys worldfamed band the cream of the crop coming from Buenos Aires to play for a dinner Eisenhower gave Thursday night for Brazil ian President Juscelino Kubit schek The survivors and seven of the dead were members of the U S Navy antisubmarine tesm which lad been sent to advise the Ar gentine navy after a mystery submarine was reported in a gulf on the Argentine coast No sub was found and the team was on its way home OTHERS DEAD in the crash werc the 7 crewmen of the Navy plane a fourengine R6D 2 other Navy passengers and 22 Brazilian passengers and the crew of 4 aboard the airliner a DCS The shocked U S President who knew many members of band went on with the dinner for Kubitschek but canceled a reception and a meeting with members of the U S Embassy staff Both Eisenhower and Kubit schek sent messages of sym pathy to the families of those killed in the crash and hurried to Miguel Couto Hospital to visit the three survivors as soon as they returned from Sao Paulo The two Presidents stopped at the bed of each of the men V   

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