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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Daily Newspaper Edited for tfw VOL 9t MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors u iDUrrtlonl run LM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 12 1960 7e Copy iThli ConilsU of Four SectionSection On HOME and United 157 Nixon welcomes spice Sfop Kennedy bid seen By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Talk of a stop Kennedy movement flared in West Vir ginia Tuesday at the same time talk of a stop Nixon movement seemed snuffed in New York In West political observers wondered whether a host of Democratic presi dential candidates had thrown their support to Sen Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota in the states May 10 primary Their aim To halt the mo mentum of Sen John F Ken nedys tirive toward the par tys nomination The Massa chusetts senator and Hum phrey are the only candidates entered in the primary In New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller opposed circu lation of a letter that belittled the qualifications of Vice President Richard M Nixon for the presidency Some Re publican supporters of Rocke feller had signed the letter Nixon in San Francisco to open the baseball season told a newsman he was not dis turbed by the letter and in fact thought it might add spice to the campaign Adlai Stevenson continued to draw support for the Demo cratic nomination despite his repeated statements that he is not a candidate The queslion of a possible gangup on Kennedy in West Virginia was raised by former Rep Franklin D Roosevelt Jr a Kennedy sup porter In Wheeling Roosevelt said Kennedy was running against the combined opposition of Humphrey Stevenson Sen Lyndon B Johnson and Sen Stuart Symington Kennedy echoed this at a news conference on the Capitol esplanade in Charleston Sen Humphrey and I took the risk of defeat by entering he said It seems to me that Im entitled to run against one op ponent In Washington Sen Robert C Byrd DWVa bolstered the view that at least some Humphrey support was com jhg from those more interest ed in hurting Kennedy than helping Humphrey A sup porter of Johnson Byrd an nounced his backing of Hum phrey in the primary Humphrey denied any gang up Poor little Jack he told a newsman Thats a shame And you can quote me on that 1 wish he would grow up and stop acting like a boy What docs he the votes A bitter history for 1 SAfrica Whites a small minority but rule the roost By ARTHUR EDSON WASHINGTON W The kill ings the brutalities the horrors in the news from South Africa add one more terrible page to that countrys bitter history Terror is no stranger there Seven years ago in a book on his countrys problems David Marquard a South African was writing For 150 years the history of South Africa has been a his tory of struggle and conflict conflict between black man and black man between white man and black manbetween white man and white man struggle of white and black against a not overgenerous nature AP Photofax THE FACE IN THE WINDOW Jack Jennings 19 peers through a broken window at the home in Pu laski VaT whrfre he is holed up He holds a young sisterinlaw as hostage The window wasshattered by a shotgun blast at photographer Bill Akers of the Pulaski Southwest Times who took the photo at great risk Kin held hostage by youth Police still at bay PULASKI Va young husband barricaded in a brick bungalow f o r 17 hours opened fire at police and newsmen Tuesday HP threatened to harm his 10yearold s i s t e rinlaw held hostage Jack Jennings 18 fired sev eral shotgun which i n n e d two photogra phers behind a later sent out a note attached to an arrow It demanded a confer ence How would all you all like it if a 10yearold girl got raped the note read I dont think you would like it so lets get some fa o d y out there to talk to me fast DID SHE PASS Beverly Aadland nervously bites her thumb after taking a lie detector test in what detectives term part of an intensive investigation into the death of actor William Stanciu 20 Miss Aadland 17 protege of the AP rhotofnx late Errol Flynn said Stanciu shot him self in her apartment But the boys relatives say Miss Aadland had a hand in it Results of the lie test were not di vulged POSSBILY WE f Americans with our own Civil are best able to understand South Africa Yet if youll join me on a trek to the library of the National Society youll soon learn that the differences are greater than the similarities Here even in most of the South whites outnumber the blacks In South Africa the whites are a small minority Here the Negro has at least in theory legal equality There the white man rules the roost politically and economically and he aims to stay there Or to quote from the South African official year book SOUTH AFRICA is the only country in the world where a 1 small dominant white commu nity has followed a definite pol icy of maintaining its purity of race in the midst of overwhelm ing numbers of nonEuropean inhabitants The population breaks down like this Asians 43100 including about 250000 Indians descendants of untouchables who migrated to Africa 100 years ago Colored or mixed races 1319000 Its that top three million whites who count and even here it pays to be among the elite of the elite The Afrikaners you may remember them by their former name the descended from Dutchmen Ger mans and French Hugenots Each racial group is supposed to live apart work apart stay apart BUT THESE ARE days of great upheaval The Bantus have no vote little schooling and their income in some areas is so low theres no way to measure it Threequarters of the popula tion Marquard writes is un dereducated and underpaid South African history is dotted with such notes as these The massacre of 1838 the Zulu re bellion of 1879 the Durban riot ing of 1949 And with all the combustible elements the conclusion has to be that not the whites but ter ror will all too often be the ruling force in troubled South Africa N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LOSS CEDAR RAPIDS UPI An estimated damage was done late Monday when fire de stroyed an office and warehouse Of Hennessey Bros contractors BATON ROUGE mer Gov Earl Long 64 an nounced Tuesday that he will run for governor again in 1964 and got a standing ovation from state labor leaders Long who battled his way out of three mental hospital wards last summer disclosed his intention to seekreelec tion in addressing a session of the Louisiana AFLCIO CITY The early morning serenade of a trio of University of Iowa students from the roof of a grade school building apparently wasnt appreciated by the sleepy neighborhood Police filed disorderly conduct charges against Thomas L Crosby Marshalltown junior John J Hanlon Des Moines junior and Charles J Offerman Dyersville sophomore The boys live in the same boarding house authorities said The three troubadours sang to the accompaniment of a guitar SYDNEY Australia A camera shop owner apparent ly inspired by Princess Mar garets coming marriage to photographer Antony Arm strongJones posted a sign reading Take and marry a princess AVALON CalifrThe skele ton of a skindiver still clad in a rubber diving suit has been found in about 100 feet of water off C a t a I i n a Island An air tank and other diving paraphernalia were still at tached to the rubber suit BOSTON Leo J McCabe 24 was freed of an attempted burglary charge when he told a judge that he thought the fire escape where police caught him led to the YWCA McCabe said a young woman had invited him to visit her in her room via the outdoor steps By mistake he climbed the fire escape of the Univer sity Club an exclusive all male club was signed North Iowa Cloudy scattered showers warmer Tuesday night low 4550 Showers and occasional thunde r s t o r m s Wednesday high 6068 Iowa Scattered showers north east showers and thunder storms southwest Warmer Tuesday night lows in 40s north to lower 50s south Showers and thunderstorms Wednesday ending and be coming partly cloudy west Wednesday afternoon Cooler west Wednesday High Wed nesday upper 50s extreme northwest to lower 70s south east Thursday partly cloudy a little cooler Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers Highs Wednesday in 60s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Mamimum 64 Minimum 31 At 8 am 46 YEAR AGO Maximum 50 Minimum 31 THE NOTE Jackie Jennings broke away from po lice taking him to jail Monday after a court hearing on a charge of unauthorized use of a car He forced Barbara Butts his sisterinlaw to accompany him and took refuge in the house the residence of C W Butts his fatherinlaw A small army of police sur rounded the home Except for occasional shouted invectives t h e night hours passed quietly Then at a m Jennings fired two apparently without any specific a vacant lot across the street A FEW MINUTES later he spotted photographers Doug Les ter and Sonny Willis of Chris President adds Korea stop to upcoming trip Row at Senate hearing Drug firms in center WASHINGTON W A row flared Tuesday between sena tors at a public hearing marked by testimony that some big medical societies are beholden and subservient to freespending manufacturers The charge against the medi cal societies came from Dr Wil liam Bean of the Stale Universi ty of Iowa Medical School staff in testimony before the Senate Antitrust and Monopoly subcom mittee Republican and Democratic members of the committee took turns leveling bitter charges at each other for nearly two hours before Bean testified THE SUBCOMMITTEE it in vcstigaling alleged profiteering and monopolistic practices in the drug manufacturing industry and has had many partisan rows Sens Everett M Dirkscn R the Senate Republican leader and Roman L Hruska IlNcb led off this latest round with accusations that the Democrats are conducting an unfair inquisition that could cause undeserved and irrepar able damage to the drug indus try Chairman Esles Kefauver D Tcnn retorted coldly that un ess it was a whitewash noth ing in the inquiry would please Dirksen and Hruska AUGUSTA Ga Eisenhower Tuesday added a oneday visit to Korea to the itinerary of his June trip to Russia and Japan Eisenhower will reach Japan June 19 and interrupt his visit June 22 to fly to Korea He will go back to Japan and finish out his visit there June 23 An announcement at the tem porary White House said this THE WHITE House announced Tuesday that the Presidents visit to Japan on the occasion of the JapaneseAmerican Cen tennial would take pJace June 1923 While in Tokyo the Pres ident will have conversations Joblessness shows spurt WASHINGTON ment jumped 275000 in March the biggest increase for a March since World War II Employ ment declined by 253000 The Labor Department report ing these figures Tuesday blamed the darkened job picture almost entirely on heavy snows and generally bad weather in March It predicted a sharp re bound in April Employment dropped fro m 64520000 in February to 64 267000 in March Normally em ployment increases during March by about 450000 Unemployment rose from 3 931000to 4206000 Normally the idle total declines by about 180000 in March as compared tiansburg crouched behind a tree and yelled Get the out from be hind that tree Pellets from a shot spattered around the tree forcing the men to hug the ground As Jennings reloaded the two broke to safety After he fired the arrow and note into the parking lot of a service station across the street Jennings fired three more times At one point Jennings de manded that his 16y e a rold wife Sandra be brought to the bungalow On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News678 Comics Mason City News 2223 Latest Markets 23 North Iowa News24 Sports News 2526 Clear Lake News27 SPECIAL BED SAN FRANCISCO Carpenters at the Mark Hop kins Hotel havecompleted an 8 footlong bed for French Presi dent Charles de Gaulle Tho 6 foot 4inch French chief state will visit San Francisco April 27 Station to stay in narcotics control DES MOINES Gov Herschel C Loveless said Tuesday Iowa Public Safety Commissioner Donald Statton is going to stay in the narcotics control business no matter what other state officials and legislators think about it Loveless said the decision by the legislative interim com mittee not to give Station any money for narcotics laws enforce ment does not change our philosophy one bit Loveless said he has given Station the goahead to continue probing for narcotics pushers in the state even though the interim committee said it Four Cubans defect to United States the job of the Iowa Board of Pharmacy examiners to atch dope peddlers MIAMI UPI Three crew men and a passenger aboard a Cuban a Airlines plane which landed here Tuesday refused to return to Cuba and sought poli tical refuge in the United States District immigration chief Ed ward P Ahrens said the men refused to return to Cuba be cause of what they described as Communist infiltration in the government SAME Black Flag Means Traffic Death In Past Zl Honrs NEW YORK William Walker McLellan 87 founder of two variety store chains died Monday SUDLIVE DIES KEOKUK Birdwell Sud live 87 widelyknown real es tate dealer died Monday after MASON CITY HAS IT This issue of the Mason City GlobeGa zette contains a Brand Names section which you will want to save for your shopping di rectory telling you where to buy your favorite brands in Mason City Famous Brands the correct under pinnings to the latest fashions for yourself and beautiful carpeting for your will find in the Brand Names section with Prime Minister Kishi and lis associates The President will also make i brief visit to Hie Republic of Korea June 22 to a ongstanding personal invitation of President Rhec wilh whom ic will have an opportunity to iiscuss matters of common in terest Eisenhower was in Korea im mediately after his election Ln 1952 The Korean War still was on at that time American troops still are sta tioned there The White House said the chief executive planned to sec them on this next trip The President will fly to Japan after his tour of Russia beginning June 10 AT WASHINGTON mean while Allied foreign ministers started a round of presummi talks with a blunt reminder tha EastWest leaders cant hope to settle their bitter disputes at a single conference The series o meetings opened with a strategy session bringing together Secre tary of State Christian A Her AS LONG AS Im chairman there is not going to be any whitewash Kefauver said Bean in written testimony filed wilh the committee said some medical societies are so beholden to some drug manu facturers that they wont listen to criticism of the firms pred icts He described as dangerous ml deplorable some of the medicines now being placed on he market He said they should c discilsscd critically at doc ors meetings Bean mentioned no companies r medical societies by name of Kefauver said Bean The Governor said it was the ter British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French For uty of the public safety Minister Maurice Couvc missioner to try to apprehend 11 law breakers He said the Dickering between departments who has jurisdiction in the narcotics field is for the birds Im not going to worry about conflicts of jurisdiction Love ess said He said Statton was supposed o arrest law violators and if hat results in stepping on some one elses toes Im not going to worry about it for a minute Loveless said the whole dis pute would be laughable if it was not so serious Asked where he planned to get the money to finance the drive by Statton Loveless said Well get along even if we have to use our own money Loveless said he was not sat isfied with the pharmacy boards efforts to apprehenc narcotics pushers in Iowa He said the examiners were more interested in regulating drug stores than they were in trying to find underworld characters who specialize in illegal sale o narcotics or in narcotics trans porfation in GETS 8 YEARS WATERLOO UPI James M Jones 25 Waterloo was sentenced to an 8y ear prison term here Monday on a chargi of manslaughter He was founc guilty earlier in connection wit the fatal beating of t h e Rev George T Stinson Jr 44 Wa tatax e Murville The three Allied foreign poli y chiefs meeting in an atmos here of lowkey optimism were eported confident they coulc raft combined proposals their government chiefs will lay be ore Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at next month1 aris summit meeting vould be asked for details dur ng his testimony Youths jostled out of scoop 1 killed MADISON1 Minn UPI A nineyearold boy was killed and two girls injured late Monday in a freak farm accident Dead is Alton Johnson He and five other youths were riding in a big snow scoop mounted on the front of a tractor The scoop was jarred loose spilling the youngsters on a country road Alton was run over by the wheels of the tractor Two 13 yearold girls Joanne Fundings land and Barbara Werpy were injured seriously FDR HONORED LONDON UPI Moscow radio has paid tribute to the memory of Franklin Delano Roosevelt who died 15 ago Tuesday velts name President Roose is mentioned by the Soviet people with affection and respect the broadcast said AP Phototax TOP LEVEL TALK Paul Sauer heading the South African government in the absence of wounded Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd ges tures as he chats with Interior Minister J P left and Justice Minister Francois Erasmus Saiwr vowed thered be no easing of segregation
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