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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 14 1960 Tc s Copy Paper ConnlnU of Four Ona No 237 Trou Dems have big bulge in House Margin over Republicans now is 75 per cent By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J If an election for the House of Repre sentatives was held today the Democrats would sweep the country and win control of the House by an even bigger margin than they did in 1958 What should be of deep con cern to GOP leaders at national headquarters in Washington D C and in state headquarters across the nation is that todays figures show that the margin the Democrats now have is bigger than it has been at any time since 1936 That was the year in which Democratic candidates picked up 585 per cent of the popular vote and 313 House seats and the year in which F D R took every state in the union except Maine and Vermont TODAYS FINDINGS show that if an election was held to day the Democrats would very likely win by a margin of 15 per cent In 1958 the year the Democrats swept the nation the Democratic margin was 12 per cent At the same time the Democrats picked up 282 of the House Seats to the Republicans 153 a margin of 129 seats Here are the figures that show present RepublicanDemocratic strength House of Representatives Democrats 575 Republicans 425 seen for Kenn VICTOR ADDRESSES DELEGATES SenJohn F Kennedy AP Photofax tells Democratic convention delegates we will carry the light to nated as the partys presidential candidate Standing beside him and the people in the fall and we shall win during a brief appearance on Averill Harriman are his sister Mrs Peter Lawford Leonard the rostrum of thfe Los Angeles Sports Arena where he was nomiReinsch convention director Iowa on Kennedy bandwagon early The findings point up once more to the enormity of the task facing Vice President Nixon who is almost certain to receive the 1960 GOP presidential nom ination Based on todays fig ures Vice President Nixon would have to run somewhat better than 75 per cent ahead of GOP Congressional candidates across the nation 425 per cent vote for GOP candi dates for House Seats plus a bit more than the 75 per cent to make more than 50 per cent of the popular vote THAT THE TASK is difficult but not impossible is illustrated by the fact that in 1956 Presi dent Eisenhower ran 89 per cent ahead of the GOP House of Representatives vote in the na tion Noteworthy however is that no other presidential candidate even Ike himself in 1952 has run 75 per cent ahead of his partys Congressional candidate ticket in any Presidential elec tion race since 1932 This is the record of how they ran Franklin Roosevelt ran 25 per cent ahead of his partys con gressional ticket in 1932 4 per cent ahead in 1936 19 per cent ahead in 1940 and 16 per cent ahead in 1944 PRESIDENT HARRY S Tru man ran 38 per cent behind his partys congressional candidate vote in 1948 And Ike ran 56 per cent ahead of his partys congressional can didate vote in 1952 and a whop ping 89 per cent ahead in 1956 In a nutshell then If senti ment for GOP Congressional By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor LOS ANGELES This was one time when Iowas delega tion to a national Democratic national convention d i d nt miss the boat By disregarding a state con vention resolution calling for opening roll call support of Herschel Loveless as a favor ite son candidate for presi dent the HaVvkeye state quali fies for any special benefits attached to being in the Ken nedy camp from the start Actually of course Iowa votes were cast for Stev enson Symington Johnson and Loveless IVfor the lowan but that still left a sizable for the Massa chusetts senator and helped his nomination with 806 votes on the opening ballot Iowa headquarters here in the Statler resembled a de serted village Thursday fore noon There was high interest in the vice presidential nomi nation for which Herschel Loveless had been prominent ly mentioned At the same time however it was recog nized that this was wholly in the hands of nominee Ken nedy and his advisers Speculation centered on four frontrunners Symington of Missouri Jackson of Washing ton Hodges of North Carolina and Freeman of Minnesota In this field lowans have a pronounced preference for Symington although all hasten to addthat it ought to be Herschel Symington indicated strong ly he would accept the vice presidential nomination He did not Want to appear as if he were pushing for the job however I came out here to run for president The question of vice president is entirely up to the next president Sen Jack Ken nedy The matter is entirely up to him By coincidence or through planning this is being debated chief support for Kennedy was among Iowas delegates rather than the al ternates Symington Johnson and Stevenson had their back ers who were wishing for ad ditional ballots and a break away from Kennedy Most of the fire in the final caucus held in Convention Hall just before the voting started had to do with whether the instruction to stay with Loveless could be fairly or legally disregarded Loveless himself was on the side of those who wanted to shift vote after casting all 26 votes for him Loveless did turn down the favorite son vote of his state Wednesday night after the lowans staged a floor parade Nearly a score of friendly states sent their banners pa rading with that of the Hawk eyes Loveless was overwhelmed at the demonstration He thanked his fellow lowans But he said since he seconded the nomination of Kennedy he de sired to step aside in favor of the senator And he did Kennedys Iowa backers were elated with his victory and supporters of rival aspir 225 die in asylum fire GUATEMALA CITY Guate mala ffl An insane asylum was destroyed by fire Thursday burning to death 225 persons Authorities said the number of dead might rise to 300 The fire broke out shortly after midnight and quickly swept through the old building which housed 1400 nmates About 600 persons were trapped in the inner part of the building and firemen police and volunteers were unable to all of the inmates out candidates does not change from what it is today Vice President Nixon faces the job that only Ike was able to do in 1956 something that no other president was able to do in six elections prior to 1956 run more than 75 per cent ahead of his partys congressional candi dates Todays findings would seem to indicate that the House of Representatives is almost cer tain to remain under Democrat ic control come January 1961 They also appear to indicate that GOP U S Senate candi dates running for election or re election would do well to get out and work and work hard BANANA FLOAT PUEBLO Colo 13year old Pueblo girl Cynthia John son toppled in a faint and was taken to a hoapitaJ Wednesday When she was revived she told a doctor I ate 15 bananas Police said many of thoreS011iers U Nsends troops to the Congo LEOPOLDVILLE The Congo Dr Ralph Bunche said Thursday the first of the United Mations troops being sent to help restore order in this troubled re public are expected here within 48 hours The UN undersecretary spoke at a news conference as Belgian troops tried to enforce an extremely uneasy peace in his capital Congolese civilians lad begun burning automobiles f Europeans BUNCHE SAID he expects hat by early next week at least our battalions of UN troops will have reached The Congo Tiat could mean 2400 or more burned to death were inmates locked in cells The fire threatened the adja cent General Hospital part of which was evacuated before the asylum fire was brought under control after seven hours Cause of the fire was not de termined IOWAN DROWNS MINNEAPOLIS UPI David C Howard 22 son of the Rev and Mrs Donald C Howard An keny Iowa drowned in Lake Calhoun Wednesday The first contingents he said are likely to be drawn from the armies of five African nations Iowa Fair through Friday Warmer north Thursday night lows 5560 Warmer Friday highs 80s southeast to 90s northwest Further outlook Partly cloudy and Saturday warmer Injuries are fatal to Bettendorf man DAVENPORT Harold F Joyce 32 Bettendorf died in a hospital early Thursday of in juries received in a cartruck collision last Saturday on High way 6 near Durant ants quickly moved to close ranks behind the new party leader He will make a great presi dent said Don Harris Water loo a Kennedy delegate I think he and his family are a second Roosevelt clan Dr S E Barber Mason City who was state manager for the Symington forces said no one could be certain wheth er Kennedy would carry Iowa in November but that it was evident he will give it an awful run Wednesday nights demon stration for Stevenson by a packed gallery was a demon stration to the nation that demonstrations change no votes when youre dealing with seasoned convention dele gates For every convert at least one is repelled by the obviously rigged pressure Attendance at the conven tion Thursday evening was ex pected to be light Many dele gates some lowans among them would like to visit Disneyland and other South ern California attractions uth Wins handily on 1st ballot LOS ANGELES UP Sen John F Kennedy of Massachusetts held the cherished Democratic presiden tial nomination Thursday But his roughshod ride over all opposition on the first ballot Wednesday night left some gaping holes in the strong and united party in all parts of the United States which he told a cheering convention he will lead into the November election In a demonstration of power that surprised even his own leaders Kennedy swept to a smashing firsttally victory as the first Roman Catholic to be nominated for the presidency since Al Smith He rolled over Sen Lyndon Johnson the Souths choice who collected only 409 votes He left Adlai E Stevenson the darling the sentimental and excited galleries far behind with Jap premier stabbed but recovering TOKYO rightist fanati stabbed Premier Nobusukc Kish six times in the left thigh wit a hunting knife Thursday at party celebrating the choice o proWestern Hayato Ikcda t succeed Kishi The assailant Daisukc Arama ki 65 was arrested on the spo A member of a small uninfluen lial ultranationalist group Ara maki said it was not an assassii alion attempt that he only in tended to injure Kishi He re fused to say why SOME POLITICAL source speculated that Aramaki whom police linked to a prewar terror ist group considered there ha been a doublecross in the selec tion of Ikeda trade minister t succeed Kishi as president o the dominant LiberalDemocrat ic party and chief of the govern ment Coincidcntully Communistlee demonstrators took to the streets shouting opposition to Ikeda Plans for this demonstration avowedly against a pseudo Kishi Cabinet were announced weeks ago after Kishi disclosed he would quit DOCTORS SAID Kishi would be out of the hospital in 10 days Bleeding profusely Kishi was rushed to the hospital A secre tary said he was cracking jokes with visitors within an hour Onej of his doctors said neither the yas cntcred and jn lireess cam artery nor the sciaUc nerve for more than two scattered votes To win Kennedy didnt need any of the 43 Gov Robert B Mcyner of New Jersey kept in his corner nor any of the 41Va that were cast for Sen Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota The booming tallies of the big states where the heavy electoral vote will count most in Novem ber put Kennedy across in a convention that had accepted his nomination as an almost fore closed matter and had little for delegates to shout about IN THE SHOWDOWN New York laid 104VS votes on the line for the Massachusetts senator Pennsylvania chipped in with 68 Ohio 64 Illinois 61M Michi gan Massachusetts 41 In diana 34 and California 3314 Scattered votes of them from the West where Johnson believed he was strong lifted Kennedy to his winning total But the South wanted none of the 43yearold gladiator who had showed his elders among his opponents that by winning all the primaries in which he How they ranked LOS ANGELES was the standing of the four major candidates at the end of the first roll call on which Sen John F Kennedy was nominated for president and sefore there were any switches 761 needed to Sen Kennedy806 Sen Johnson 409 Sen Symington 86 Adlai Stevenson been cut Kishi is the fourth Japanese prime minister of the 20th cen tury to be a terrorist victim Minnesota Continued fair warmer Highs Friday in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum 79 51 Van der Lindens interest in paper purchased Leon S Ghana Guinea Mali MoroccojBarnes Northwood has pur and Tunisia THE UN SECURITY Council early Thursday approved 80 Secretary General Dag Ham marskjolds plan to speed a stopgap U N force to the new republic of The Congo in an ef fort to keep it from collapsing nto anarchy Bunche said the withdrawal Belgian troops was a condition of the UN force coming to the Congo US calls off air talks with Russia WASHINGTON UPI The United States Thursday called off talks scheduled to begin here Monday with Russia en a SAME DATE195933r J SSoviet civil air agreement because of Moscows intensified cold war attacks chased the interest of John van der Linden in the Anchor Pub lishing Co to be effective July 30 Van der Linden purchased onethird of the stock in the company 11 years ago Van der Linden will be suc ceeded as editor and manager by Wayne Lyford Brookings S D Ke has been advertising manager of the Brookings Reg ister a semiweekly Lyford is familiar to North wood as he is the grandson of Mr and Mrs Will Wagner He is the son of Mr and Mrs Reid Lyford Cedar Rapids A graduate of Cornell College was employed on the Jflount Vernon Hawkeyo Record jvhile n college and had been news editor of the Madrid Register News before going to Brookings Van derLinden has not an nounced his plans for the future AP Photofax AFTER STABBING Japanese Prime ist fanatic Doctors at the hospital said Minister Nobusuke is carried to his wounds were not serious The attack ambulance in Tokyo after he was occurred in the main drawing room of stabbed in the leg1 six times by a right the Prime Ministers official residence years he had forged a crushing machine Kennedy didnt get a single convention vote from Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi South Carolina Ten nessee Texas or Virginia He harvested only 3Vz in Alabama and 6 in North Carolina ALL OF THIS spelled trouble And it was not long in coming Gov Brice Daniel of Texas angered by Johnsons defeat put out a chilly statement that he would vote for the ticket headed jy Kennedy but would not work for it Texas 24 electoral votes which went to President Eisen hower in 1952 and sent a prize Vice President Rich ard M Nixon will be shooting or if he is the Republican nomi nee Comments of other Texans off et somewhat the sting of Dan els statement House Speaker Sam Rayburn of Texas who championed Johnsons cause was unhappy about the result But he said he is a good Demo crat and will abide by the result Johnson himself sent Kennedy a wire offering warm congratu lations and promising help in every way to carry the whole Democratic ticket to victory from the courthouse to the White House Kennedy spent the night at an apartment hideaway getting about five hours sleep after his ate appearance before the con vention He was up at am On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 678 Latest Markets 1C Mason City News 1011 12 North Iowa News 14 Clear Lake News 15 SportsIMS   

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