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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper VOL 78 Associated Press United Prtss International FuD Lease Wlrei that makes all North lowans MASON CITY OWA FRIDAY JUNE 24 I960 neighbors 1e Copy of Two No 229 Stop meddling hehev warned Outdoors type liked by voters By TOM OHARA New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Voters are being besieged this year by a mountain of words spoken and written on the merits of various candidates in either major party for the office of president Yet none seems to mention what may be the most obvious key of all to the presidential cam paign what might be called the openair theory This would be that the Ameri can voters over the years pre fer the outdoor man to the in door man Starting with Vice President Nixon here is a potential candi date who played football in col lege who served in the Navy in World War II who knows baseball and who some time ago dumbfounded the sports writers of America by selecting his own alltime AllAmerica football team It is doubtful if any other man in such a high post could do this TAKE GOV Rockefeller On vacation at his Venezuela ranch he is often photographed roaring across the plain astride what looks like a Texas quarter horse wearing old trousers and bare from the waist up The Democrats are equally rich in substantiation of the the ory Above all there is Lyndon B Johnson who at 6 feet 3 and 190 pounds must qualify as a tall Texan Then comes Sen Stuart Sym ington of Missouri a former ex pert tennis player who takes his family along on the hustings to sing old American songs THERE FOLLOWS Sen John F Kennedy now the frontrun ner fighting for the nomination Not merely seeking it but fight ing for it And wit perhaps typ ical Gaelic abandon A man who by the way used his ex emplary Navy record in the West Virginia primary against Sen Hubert Humphrey By no stretch of the imagina tion could Adlai E Stevenson qualify Here is the II Penseroso of his party who publicly admits defeat in the battle of the waist line And Humphrey looks as if tie has never lifted anything heavier than a text of a speech and which he frequently throws away To go back the law has rich support President Eisenhower aside from the golf but also the West Point football player the soldier the fisherman the quail hunter in Georgia the cookout expert In 1948 Harry Truman ham mered so much against Thomas E Dewey on the farm problems in catarrhal strains that he was certainly identified as a Mis souri bucolic To be sure Deway is a swimmer and golfer but like Al Smith at the opposite end of the spectrum in 1928 probably was too Big therefore indoor for the voter AT FIRST GLANCE Franklin Roosevelt would be an indoor man except before the searing polio struck him down he is re membered sitting astride what appears to be a 16hand hunter ready for a ride through the woodlands That plus his sailing and swimming even after he was deprived of the use of his legs qualifies him And Herbert Hoover against Big City Smith readily fits the theory Hoover the Iowa farm boy the great engineer the Quaker who did for others and a fisherman Coolidge too less so than Hoover b u t a tennis player who was ingrained in the Vermont farm scene all hard work craggy mountainous and of course outdoorsy If the ascetic Woodrow Wil son 1912 and 1916 and William Howard Taft 1908 would quiet ly steal away the theory would be all but unassailable But the beloved Teddy Roose velt has no peer in upholding the voters penchant for the ex tramural type A biggame hunt Mr a conservationist a writer and a truly gregarious man New Lutheran body Dr Siefkes to head church WAVERLY Dr H W Siefkes Waterloo Friday afternoon defeated Dr V T Jordahl Mason City to become president of he new American Lutheran Churchs Iowa District The election closed the opening session of the district con stituting convention being held at Wartburg College Dr Siefkes until now president of the old American Lu theran Churchs Iowa District won by a vote of 335 to Dr Jor dahls 311 on the fourth ballot Neither of the men actively sought the office The fourth ballot contest developed as the field was narrowed down from PONYTAIL Susan John son 9 Balaton Minncombs out the tail of her yearling Guernsey heifer her mother Mrs William Johnson AP Photofax ponytail hairdo The twin grooming paid off when Susan took a blue ribbon after leading her cow into the judging makesa doubleheader out of it by put ring of the annual regional Dairy Days ting finishing touches to her daughters Show at Slayton Minn Israel appar B 3 to retain UNITED NATIONS NY The U N Security Council has endorsed Argentinas contention that the capture oj Adolf Eich mann by Israeli agents violated Argentine sovereignty But Is rael still has Eichmann and ob ews in a utshell WASHINGTON George V Allen director of the U S Information Agency said a Commu nistinspired million Hate America cam paign has been launched from Cuba in hope of un dermining U S prestige in this hemisphere LEOPOLDVILLE Bel gian Congo tary approval of the Con gos first independent government headed by Patrice Lumumba cleared the way for vast territorys freedom from Belgian rule The trans fer of sovereignty takes place next Thursday OLIVIA Minn sheriff here is holding two suspected burglars captured in a roadblock After repeated question ing the men still claim to be Peter and Bunny Rabbit OMAHA Omaha and Council Bluffs po lice denied a statement by a federal narcotics of ficial that this area is a headquarters for illegal narcotics traffic into Iowa HAVANA Fidel Castro has threatened to confiscate all U S busi ness interests in Cuba if the United States cuts the quota of Cuban sugar on which it pays the is land nation a bonus of million a year viously is going to keep him for trial The council late Thursday adopted an Argentine resolution criticizing the Nazi officials se cret transfer from Buenos Aires to Israel and calling on Israel to make appropriate reparation THE MILD vague resolution did not ask for Eichmanns re turn to Argentina as Argentina had demanded earlier And Is raeli Premier David BenGurion already had said flatly Eich mann would stay in Israel to stand trial on charges that as chief of the Gestapos Jewish section he supervised the exter mination of six million Euro pean Jews in World War II In Buenos Aires the foreign Grandmother 38 expecting quads MEMPHIS Tenn UPI Navy enlisted man Thomas A Box asked Friday for prayers for his wife a 38yearold grand mother who is expecting quad ruplets Mrs Box who already has four children is occupying a VIP bed at the Navy hos pital in Millington Tenn Doc tors put her there after Xrays disclosed the baby she was ex pecting Aug 21 will be four babies California infant victim of accident GRINNELL War ren Jones 9monthold son of Mr and Mrs Stanford E Jones Daly City Calif was killed early Friday in a cartruck col lision on Highway 6 about three miles west of here HEADS COMMANDERY SPIRIT LAKE C Koch LeMars Thursday was elected grand commander of the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of Iowa at the groups annual meeting undersecretary Miguel Angel Centeno said his government might consider an apology from Israel sufficient reparation But Argentine President A r t u r o Frondizi at a news conference in Paris refused to clarify whether the demand for Eich manns return to Argentina would be dropped Frondizi said he was favora bly impressed with the council action because it had approved the principle of international law for each nation Consequently it did not support the violation of these rights by Israel BenGurion in The Hague on a European visit of his own said he had not read the official text of the council resolution but that he wanted to make two statements Israel had al ways maintained friendly rela tions with Argentina and will continue to have these as far as we are concerned Eichmann will be judged in Israel Both Argentinians and Israelis at the UN expressed satisfac tion with the Security Councils handling of their dispute The vote on the resolution was 80 with Poland and the Soviet Union abstaining Argentina the llth member of the council did not vote being a party to tb dispute Israel not being member of the council could not vote The United States Britain and France said they considered that reparation had already been made to Argentina with the Israeli apology and adoption of the resolution They termed the case closed HEADS JAYCEES ST LOUIS Mo gan P Doughton 33 Lemoyne Pa is the new national presi dent of the US Junior Cham bcr of Commerce SAME Like Finding MONEY The cash you save when you use our want ads Whether you want to buy sell rent trade or tell and above all save try a wantad now CALL GA 34270 ASK FOR AN AD TAKER Living costs again hit record level WASHINGTON cost of living edged up onetenth of one per cent in May setting a rec ord for the third month in a row Reporting this Friday the Labor Department announced its consumer price index reached 1263 per cent of the 194749 average HIGHER FOOD prices were chiefly responsible for the rise Declining prices for new and used cars tires gasoline home appliances and heating fuels kept the index from going even higher As a result of the rise about 200000 workers in the aircraft meatpacking chemical truck ing and metal working indus tries will get costofliving pay boosts Their wage contracts have clauses providing for ad justments in relation to living costs FOR MOST of the workers the pay increase will be one to two cents an hour Despite the slight rise m prices the buying power of the average factory workers pay check rose slightly Longer hours of work boosted his spend able earnings by 70 cents or one per cent Nevertheless buying power in May still was 2 per cent be low that of a year ago Father of 7 killed when tractor tips DES MOINES UP Charles Hildreth 56 was killed Friday when a tractor he was operating overturned on his farm just south of here Hildreth was at tempting to pull another tractor from where it was stuck in the mud when his tractor over turned He was the father of seven children first ballot which was a nominating ballot Dr Jordahl has been presi dent of the Evangelical Luther an Churchs South Central Dis trict with headquarters in Ma son City The old American Evangeli cal and United Evangelical Lu theran churches already have been merged on the national PARTLY CLOUDY Verbal blast by Herter Objects to interference WASHINGTON of State Christian A Herter ac cused Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Friday of interfer ing in this countrys internal af y cloudy scattered showers airs by his ulk about President North Iowa Fair and mild Friday night low in lower 50s Mostly fair and a little warmer Saturday highs in upper 70s Mostly fair and mild Friday night lows in the 50s Partly cloudy Saturday warmer northwest highs up to lower 80s per 70s east west Further Eisenhowers successor in the White House Khrushchev has several times Minnesota Fair continued cool Highs Saturday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 76 Minimum 50 At 8 am 61 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 76 61 level and the merger of Iowa churches in those bodies is be ing accomplished now AT THE START of the Waver ly convention Friday the dele gates formally constituted the new district and approved by laws and other documents in connection with setting up the district The convention also Agreed to hold its 1961 con vention at Luther College in De corah as a part of the schools centennial year celebration Set up a district wide confer ence of pastors for Oct 1819 at Mason City Approved the plan to have Werner Bischolff Charles City edit the convention report No action was taken during the morning session on selection of a district headquarters The planning committee has recom mended Mason City but there is some support for establishing the headquarters at Des Moines DR FREDERICK A Schiotz Minneapolis national president of the new church presided un til Dr Siefkes election Dr Siefkes has been district president for the American Lu theran Church for 21 years He has held a number of national posts in the church in the Amer ican Lutheran Conference and the National Lutheran Council and has been assigned to work with the World Council of Sank in 90 feet of water leaving or thundershowers and locally warmer Sunday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures t through next Wednesday will attackedJhe Republican fron average 4 to 7 degrees below normal with a this weekend but turning cool er about Monday and little change thereafter Highest temperatures should average in the upper 70s Lowest read ings should average in the 50s Showers and thunderstorms about Sunday and Monday should average 30 to 50 of an inch of precipitation runner Vice President Richard M Nixon and has expressed hope he would find it possible to negotiate with the next admin istration Herter told a news conference that Khrushchevs remarks come about as close to inter ference in the internal affairs of another country as Herter can conceive AT THE SAME time he re fused to be drawn into a discus sion of whether the election of a Republican or Democrat as the next President would make any difference in future US Soviet relations Khrushchevs latest comment on the US political scene came last Tuesday when he told a Ro manian Communist party meet ing he was interested in the elec tion of a new president who would remedy the mistakes made by the present govern ment of the United States On other points Herter told questioning reporters 1 The US government has every confidence that in spite of violent political disorders and the impending fall of the Kishi government Japan will continua to align itself with the West 2 Herter has no intention whatever of remaining as sec retary of state beyond the end Lightship is rammedsunk NEW YORK his toric eye of the worlds big gest harbor Ambrose Light rammed by a passing freighter in thick fog Friday and sank at its lonely anchor age eight miles off New Yorkj0f the Eisenhower administra City But its Coast Guard crew was saved The 6125ton American freight er Green Bay outward bound collided with the Coast GuardsiNixon is elected as Eisenhowers Relief 505 at am in theisuccessor Herter is 65 and suf blackout gateway to New Yorkjfers with a form of arthritis harbor the worlds busiest sea lane The stubby 129foot lightship tion He made that statement when asked whether he would be will ing to stay on as secretary if Churches and the L u t h e r a n World Federation He is a graduate of Wartburg the main Ambrose Channel temporarily unguarded The Green Bay was only slightly College Waverly and Wartburgj damaged It launched a boat at Seminary Dubuque and holds j once and fished the lightships a doctor of divinity degree from nine crewmen to safety the seminary He was ordained a minister in 1921 and before be coming district president served as a pastor at Cedar Falls and Monona Dr Siefkes is married and has three adult children 3 THE U S intends to pre sent new evidence against the Castro government of Cuba to the Interamerican Peace Com mittee Herter indicated this ac tion would be taken in August after the United States under a rotation system loses the chairmanship of the fivenation committee Other officials re port the evidence will be de signed to show that Premier Fi del Castro has been trying to LUTHERANS MERGE Presidents of Lutheran districts symbolize merger into an Iowa District of the new Ameri can Lutheran Church in a ceremony of joining hands The presidents and their merging denominations are from left Dr H W Siefkes Waterloo American SULLIVAN RECOVERING NEW YORK CUPDTV star and columnist Ed Sullivan 57stir up strife in the Caribbean was reported resting comfortarea ably Friday following an oper 4 U S alliances with other ation for a stomach ulcer free world nations notably NATO CENTO in the Middle East and SEATO in southeast stronger than ever in the aftermath of the U2 spy plane incident and collapse of the summit conference at Paris 5 Deepseated differences ap parently exist between Russia and Red China over Communist ideological issues but its hard to see if this makes any prac tical difference in their relation ship 6 The U S intends to make new moves in the EastWest disarmament conference at Geneva probably next week but Herter declined to indicate what those moves will be because U Sallied consultations hava not been held Injuries are fatal to Massilon boy 2 DeWITT twoyear old Massilon Iowa boy died Friday in the DeWitt hospital from injuries suffered in a truck accident Thursday On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Comics 8 Clear Lake News 9 Society News 910 Sports 1112 Band News IS North Iowa Features 17 North Iowa News 20 TV Rollout Stctlon Lutheran the Rev C M Videbeck At lantic United Evangelical Lutheran and Dr V T Jordahl Mason City Evangelical Lutheran Church Dr Sief kes was elected president of the new district   

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