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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 15 1960 7o x Copy Paper Consists of Four No 212 oice is new Miss North Iowa I Political j reforms I I difficult m By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau 20 long years Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz told the Senate some five years ago the Democratic party has told lies about Herbert Hoover All that we have been trying to do is to tell the truth about Harry Truman The quotation illustrates the difficulty of effecting reform of political campaigns by voluntary efforts or pledges What one party calls a smear is to an other merely justifiable criti cism The latest appeal for restraint comes from Sidney Hillenbrand head of District 1 of Bnai Brith Hillenbrand offered these ground rules for the election YOU DONT ASK the views of one candidate on controver sial issues without the views of all Questions on the issue of separation of church and state are valid but they are not valid for Catholic candidates alone You avoid strictly the injection of prejudice by overt acts and at the same time reject the hatemonger who covertly trades upon unspoken fears and hidden bias The potentials of a rough presidential campaign in 1960 arc already selfevident Al ready Republicans and Demo Democrats among themselves have swapped charges of improper campaign spending Already the Catholicism of the Democratic frontrunner Sen John F Kennedy has been made an issue and with lack of success in the West Vir ginia primary And Democrats have long resented what they consider the unfair campaign actics of the logical Republi can choice Vice President Nix on notably in the congressional elections campaign of 1954 NIXON HOWEVER while continuing to attack the Tru man regime in the campaigns of 1956 and 1958 placed the main emphasis on peace prosperity and progress As a residt there was much talk of the new Nixon editorialists called him mature and statesmanlike Kennedy has shown no re luctance to face the Catholic issue specifically in the West Virginia campaign Yet despite his the gen eral the past Ken nedy supporters most assured ly without his knowledge have argued the political virtue of nominating a Catholic JOHN M BAILEY Demqj cratic state chairman of Con necticut in 1956 circulated a lengthy memorandum asserting that there is or can be such a thing as a Catholic vote and that the way to tap it was to put a Catholic on the national ticket Bailey to clinch his argu ment listed 14 pivotal states where the Catholic vote might swing an election Every campaign sees at tempts at voluntary reform In 1954 for example much was made of a Fair Campaign Prac tices Code drawn up for the con gressional campaign by a bi partisan citizens organization Both national chairmen signed with alacrity but there was no noticeable effect on the tone of the campaign Philippines ask for more arms Garcia wants atom devices FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES MANILA Philippine Presi dent Carlos P Garcia said Wed night and west and south nesday he has asked president North Iowa Increasing cloudi ness Wednesday night and Thursday Lows Wednesday night 6064 High Thursday 78 84 Increasing cloudiness showers and thunder storms southwest Wednesday Iowa with Thursday Lows Thursday night 5864 Locally cooler in shower areas Thursday highs 7684 Further outsejf Eisenhower for defensive nu clear missiles to increase his countrys capacity to defend it with a few show ers east partly cloudy else where Friday iveday Iowa Temperatures will average 68 degrees below normal from Thursday through Monday with mild temperatures the beginning of the period It will turn cooler near the end of the period Precipitation will average showers and Garcia declined to say what answer he received He told re porters that the joint communi que he and Eisenhower will is sue Thursday would reflect American awareness of the Philippines need for more mod ern weapons The Philippine president said tie had not discussed with Eisen hower the possibility of getting occurring longrange missiles because he thunderstorms I was interested only m defense throughout the period Minnesota Growing cloudy showers cooler Highs Thurs day 6575 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 83 Minimum 60 At 8 a m 71 Precipitation 19 YEAR AGO Maximum 79 Minimum 58 ews in a utshell FROM DUE WIRE SERVICES LOS powerful unions struck Lockheed and Douglas builders and launchers of key United States mis siles and satellites Wed nesday Hours later a tentative agreement was announced in the Doug las walkout SEOUL South Korea The National Assem bly stripped the South Korean presidency of the vast powers Syngman Rhee exercised and adopted the British sys tem of parliament de mocracy with a premier and cabinet responsible to the Assembly UNITED NATIONS Argentina formally ac cused Israel of violating its national sovereignty in the capture of former Nazi SS Col Adolf Eich mann and asked the UN to order just redress CHICAGO A feder al court order may have averted a walkout by pi lots of three of the na tions largest airlines in a dispute over cockpit seating of federal inspec tors in jet aircraft How ever a fourth airline Eastern was still par tially crippled despite a similar injunction issued in Miami ordering pilots back to work jweapons IF THE U S wanted to estab lish intercontinental baDistic missile bases in the Philippines Garcia said that would be matter for the Philippine Con gress to decide Garcia did not explain what arrangements he had in mind for storing in the islands any nuclear missile warheads which by U S law must remain under U S control Eisenhower earlier declared the U S must remain strong and faithful to its friends in the face of the Soviet Unions antiAmerican offensive The President hailed again by thousands of friendly Fili pinos after his stupendous wel come Tuesday assailed inter national communism as the sin gle most important breeder of world tension Eisenhower spoke in a major foreign policy address to a joint session of the Philippine Con Dorothy Schott chosen Climax to band fete HAIL TO THE Dorothy Schott of Joice is crowned Miss North Iowa of 1960 by Karl P Johannsen president of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce which sponsors the North Iowa Band Festival Can President be safeguarded VI riot yet in TOKYO tffl Outnumbered iolice used tear gas Thursday attempting to disperse leftwing mobs in their most violent dem gress It was the first in a seonstration to date ries he will make during his 10 day tour of the Philippines For mosa Okinawa Japan and Korea SUMMING UP anew what America stands for the Presi dent said its actions must make clear that propaganda pres sures rocket rattling and even open aggression are bound to fail Cheers and whistles greeted he President on bis arrival in the legislative chamber which was packed with coatless sena tors and congressmen in the raditional openneck shirts that ilipino men wear outside their trousers on even formal occa sions The President wore a brown business suit complete with vest Eisenhower warmly praised Filipino nationalism as a power ful force in building close ties with the United States dent Eisenhower when he ar rives Sunday injured in the savage freefor alls between 10000 screaming surrection said Shojiro Kawa shima secretary general of the of the festival Lovely Dorothy Schotfc graduated this year from jJoice High School Tues jday evening was chosen Miss North Iowa The choice was greeted with a roar by the jsands who had gathered in a s o n Citys Roosevelt Stadium for the final cere monies of the 1960 North Iowa Band Festival Miss Schott sat stunned for a moment in her chair as Ken Kew the master of ceremonies announced her name Then she arose from her place conven iently next to the center aisle on the stage and walked to the microphone As she was introduced to the crowd the reigning queen Joyce Ann Schutter arose from the throne and came forward to place the royal robes on the new queen KEW THEN CALLED forward Karl Johannsen president of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce sponsor of the fes tival Johannsen crowned the queen Then Sue Tenold Olson Miss North Iowa of 1957 brought the big bouquet of red roses which are the queens scepter Next Kew called Charles E Blanch ard chairman of he queen com mittee who presented a gift to her and received the traditional kiss Blanchard commented that after some 20 like occasions he still though this the best part Thousands of howling leftwingrockhurling Marxist studentsruling LiberalDemocrats students stormed the Japaneseand clubwielding police who Parliament overpowered police tried to quell the demonstrators The bloody new riots occupied buildings in thewith fire hoses The violence broke out shortly left American security officials deeply concerned whether Japa nese police can protect Presi bloodiest outbreak so far against Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishis proWestern government Kishi called a cabinet meeting to deal with the nearinsurrec tion after Kishis government yielded to Socialist pressure and aban doned efforts to gain final ratifi cation of the nexv USJapan Meanwhile the Joicc band had IN CONTRAST with previousiclimhed from the temporary on tnp trip tin f however there UHK m none kvas little initial expression ofof Permanent stadium and opposition to President to escort their howers visit The demonstra descended from the stage tors carried only a handful of a waiting convertible and signs demanding cancellation of the visit he is to start Sunday Some injured students and po ilice lay at the Parliament gate made the circuit of the field so the crowd could see her at close range AS SHE LEFT the stage the military treaty in time for Presi dent Eisenhowers arrival in TWO PERSONS were reportedJTokyo killed and more than 300 werej Kosoku Shinoda public rcla sPlashccl with Dlooci anci mud1 massed bands under the direc tions spokesman for Kishis dozen ambulancesftion of the days guest of honor ing Liberal Democratic PartyishuUJed bftween told newsmen the administraand hospitals play On the inside JACKPOT You Can Hit A Real Jackpot Advertise your dont wants in the want ads To sell them you have to tell them Do it with a low cost want ad CALL GA 34270 ASK FOR AN AD TAKER SAME lIOWA SAKE11 DEPARTMENT FIGURES 14 shades banned Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 Clear Lake News 12 Sports 1920 Comics 21 Mason City News3031 North Iowa News 33 tion would recess Parliament for a political truce so that President Eisenhowers visit can be made a success More than 1000 police tried to hold the mob at bay Parliament Carleton L began to Let Me Call You Sweet Thousands of rocks and piecesjheart Stewart previously had of asphalt littered the Parliajed the youthful bandsmen ment grounds softened by rain in numbers shortly before the fight trupted The honey blonde queen was Here and there bleeding stu chosen by her high school band dents lay in the mud is i of Mr and Mrs L E Schott It was tantamount to an inand unattended Every so often js j v o woman Q a mother or father would apmany accomplishments She re Ipear and try to pull their son orceived Division I ratings both i daughter away from the violent as a vocal soloist in the state Lips to lose their color I scene WASHINGTON Commissioner of Food and Drugs George P Larrick an nounced Wednesday he has signed a tentative order to go into effect immediately be cause the cosmetics industry has the right to protest the order It is expected that cos metic firms will file formal I music contest and in the state speech contest She was cap tain of the schools cheerlead ers two years and was a twirler and a drum major She played both basketball T land softball and was in the MOSCOW reliableidass She was Spy pilots trial may be next month MOSCOW rcliabl sources said Wednesday thatthe school paper and assistant ban the use of 14 red yellows objections which would hold and orange lipstick colors Larrick told a newsconfer ence that laboratory tests have shown that the 14 colors are is poisonous to test animals if fed in sufficient quantity He said the ban would not up final action for at least 20 days Under present law the Food Drug Administration FDA is required to ban the use of any color additive to foods or cosmetics which is found to be toxic to animals Larrick announced his deci sion to ban the lipstick colors on which the FDA held lengthy L spy pilot Francis Gary Powerseditor of the yearbook hearings early his year fol lowing a statement by Arthur jwi11 20 on trial early in July for nafiona S Flemming secretary of jespionage The American Emjtwirling champion performed a health education and welfare ibassy said it had heard the restellar role in entertaining the that he hoped congress would pass a bill permitting his de partment to set tolerances for colors consumed by hu man beings either in foods drugs or cosmetics port but had no official informamassive audience The Green tion The informed sources indifield product appeared on two cated the trial will not be onlseparate occasions The first July 4th Americas nationaltime she demonstrated her abil I it likely will be anitics with one baton then two open trial and then twirled three at a time I M imf i 12000 fill Roosevelt Stadium for grand finale to 22nd annual North Band Festival   

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