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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North owat Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 16 I960 7c Copy Thi PatKir of Four No 239 Kennedy takes ch hi arge Opens s campaign FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LOS ANGELES Seiv John F Kennedy said Saturday he hoped the August session of Congress would pass legislation dealing with minimum wages medical care for the aged and the farm problem At the same time Sen Henry Jackson 48 of Washington ac cepted Kennedys request that he take over the chairmanship garet Price of Michigan will be vice chairman Democrats of every stamp have come around to Kennedy including some of the partys liberals and some of the labor leaders who felt they had beeni let down by his selection of Sen ate Majority Leader LyndonJFhaT he would meet Johnson of Texas as his running mate Kennedy will fly Sunday to of the national committee sueBoston and then to his home at ceeding Paul M Butler MarJHyannisport Mass on Cape Cod He said he would spend next week with his family and then would hold some meetings the following week to discuss economic growth defense and farm policy The Democratic nominee an nounced at a news conference party before congressional leaders AP Photofax BELGIAN CONVOY HALTS FOR REST Mem bers of a Belgian refugee convoy trying to reach northern Rhodesia border from Elisabethville in the strifetorn Congo walk by their autos after halt ing for a rest Belgians were leaving Katanga prov ince after violence there in Congo 10 months LEOPOLDVILLE The Congo ffl More United Nations troops arrived Saturday in a race to put this nation under U N protection before BelgianCongolese tensions explode Belgium defied a Congo ultimatum to pull out its forces and sent in more Congress reconvenes to discuss the program Those he named were Senate Democratic leader Lyndon B Johnson his vice presidential nominee Speaker Sam Rayburn House Democratic leader John W McCormack of Massachu setts and Senate Democratic whip Mike Mansfield of Mon tana KENNEDY SAID he would ask Adlai Stevenson the 1952 and 1956 Democratic candidate for president and Rep Chester Bowles of Connecticut to main tain liaison with the White House on foreign policy matters At the same time Kennedy added I hope to benefit by these brief ings personally Kennedy thus took personal command of the Democratic party machinery Saturday after bluntly laying the religious issue on the campaign line In a dra matic address accepting the first presidential nomination given to a Roman Catholic since 1928 Kennedy told a cheering throng of 60 000 in Los An geles sprawl ing Coliseum Friday night I am telling you now what you are enti tled to know That my deci sions on every public policy will be my own an AmeriJACKSON can a Democrat and a f r e e man AP Photofax KENNEDY HAS THEIR EAR Front row digni taries pay close attention as Sen John F Kennedy accepts the Democratic nomination for president at the Los Angeles Coliseum His mother Mrs Joseph P Kennedy sits to right of him Others left to Sen Lyndon B Johnson vice presidential candidate Speaker Sam Rayburn Rep James Roose velt and Adlai Stevenson Words for parents Emmetsburq boy gets 80 years for FAIRMONT Minn UP An Iowa teenager was sentenced Saturday to two prison terms totaling 80 years in the robbery slaying of a filling station attendant Robert Dreher 17 Emmetsburg was taken before District Court Judge L J Irvine after saying he would plead guilty to first degree robbery as indicted by a grand jury After entering the guilty plea and being sentenced the max mum 40 years Drehers attorney asked that a second indictment for first degree murder be reduced to second degree murder This was granted by Judge Irvine who then imposed the maxi sentence of 40 years and specified that the two sen tences be served consecutively Dreher talked with his par ents Mr and Mrs Joseph Dre her prior to the sentencing andj appeared calm during the pro ceedings BUT AS A preliminary to his promise to provide creative Democratic leadership in the White House the 43yearold Massachusetts senator grasped the issue of his Catholicism by the forelock and shook it out for his GOP opponents to inspect I hope no American consid ering the critical issues facing this country will waste his fran chise by voting either for me or against me solely on account of ews in a utshell FKOM OUK WIRE SERVICES has appealed to Cuba and the U S to settle their differences and suggested that the American na WARM North Iowa Partly cloudy through Sunday with scat tered showers and thunder storms Warmer Saturday night little cooler Sunday Low Saturday night 60 to G5 Highs Sunday lower 80s Iowa Partly cloudy and a little warmer Saturday night with scattered showers northwest Sidelights Hitler era refugee one and west Sunday consider able cloudiness with scattered thundershowers mostly north portion Low Saturday night in 60s Highs Sunday around 80 north to 90 south By EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor LOS ANGELES A graying but not old feminine delegate from Iowas 4th District is one of the most interesting persons at this convention She is Mrs F 0 Voight Oskaloosa Minnesota Variable cloudiness 5howers Highs Sunday in high 80s THE INDICTMENTS grew out of the slayingholdup of Roy Brockman 55 early the morn GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 80 Minimum 56 SUIT FILED LOS ANGELES ist Liberace was named defend ing of June 5 Brockmans body the hands tied together was Russia found in a station rest room lst Llterace was twns jointly warn Russia ge Irvine told tne boy lhat ant in a breach of fn nf nf then at he many contract suit filed Friday by years in prison but urged him hls former agents not to give up hope because atj some future time he might be eligible to be returned to so ciety as a useful citizen The judge told the parents to stay out of their af fairs LOS ANGELES newly selected jury of 11 my religious said affiliation he troops Ten days of rapine and pillage by Congos Negro army left The shirtsleeved crowd which filled about twothirds of the ex pansive reaches of seats roared Dack its approval And speaking with scorn Ken nedy brought up the name of the man certain to lead the Repub chaotic conditions that hampered efforts to get U N forces Pafty against ganized quickly The U N Secretary Dag Hammarskjold hopes to speed 6000 troops to the troubled Congo within the next two weeks and keep them there for nine or ten months until order is restored A platoon of troops from Ghana tried to get from the airport into Leopoldville to intervene where several thousand Negro civilians who were cursing Belgian troops on duty in the capital But there was no transport the Ghana soldiers Congolese police who are sharing the maintenance of or der with the unwelcome Bel gian soldiers finally dispersed the crowd The United States pouring more food supplies into the hun gry republic also sent 40 Ameri cans with an airlift of Tunisian soldiers for the UN force The Americans will supervise un loading of all planes in the UN force airlift Despite the unsettled condi tions in his capital Premier Pa trice Lumumba prepared to leave for Stanleyville in the eastern Congo to try to re LOS ANGELES UP The organize the mutinous armed forces there The Belgian government in Brussels announced it would ignore Lumumbas break in dip lomatic relations with Belgium which granted The Congo inde pendence only June 30 In view record was 42 last year dur of the anarchy which reigns ing a World Series game new measures will be taken to bring out Belgian nationals a SEEKS POST the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Church News 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 Editorials 11 Comics 12 Building News 1314 North Iowa News16 100 cojfapsed in heat at the President Richard M Nixon The Democratic candidate de scribed Nixon as a man who has spoken or voted on every known side of every known is sue The New Frontier1 was the title and theme of Kennedys formal acceptance speech a new frontier which he said is not a set of is a set of challenges IT SUMS UP not what I in tend to offer the American peo ple but what I intend to ask of them Kennedy said It ap peals to their pride not their pocketbook it holds out the promise of more sacrifice in stead of more security He said Americans must rally as new pioneers to master this frontier if they are to compete with the singleminded advance of the communist system The 43yearold candidate said only women and 1 man seated to hear the second mur der trial of Dr R Ber nard Finch and Carole Tregoff was recessed un til Monday the first anniversary of the death of Barbara Jean Finch MOSCOW Soviet President Leonid Brezh nev and former president Kliment Voroshilov have been released from their posts in the powerful Central Committee of the Soviet Communist party because of health reas ons Democratic convention broke the Democrats can provide the an alltime record at Memorial young vigorous leadership Coliseum Friday 100 persons nfeded to cope with the job collapsed from the 92degree heat during the big Kennedy Johnson rally The previous communique also announced a complaint will be made to the ILN about the atrocity committed against Bel gians in the Congo No Belgian soldier stirred to leave at the 6 am deadline DBS MOINES ABren nan 37 Des Moines attorney has announced as a candidate for thr Democratic nomination for one of the three scats on the Iowa Supreme Court to be filled this year ahead SAME OATE1959331 MEXICO ican students again dem onstrated against the U S and in favor of Cuba for the second time this week NEWPORT R I President Eisenhower took steps to keep Demo cratic presidential candi date John Kennedy briefed on international affairs during the forth coming campaign Holstein farmer victim of crash HOLSTEIN flPat Hogreve 44 Holstein farmer was killed Friday when a truck collided with his tractor on Highway 20 a mile west of here Bill Milner 40 the truck driv er was taken to a Cherokee hos pital TWO BEATNIX PATERSON N J THIS CASE makes all par ents wonder what do to prevent situations like this Undoubtedly you will search your souls to see if you made mistakes If you did you will suffer with your son If not you will know that each of us has a free will to do good or evil and that there is only so much we can do for any one else The youth a high school honor student signed a statement shortly after his arrest saying he committed the holdup to get some fast money He said he fired a 22 caliber pistol at Brockman when the station at tendant came toward him Albia man killed in onecar accident fcr ALBIA Kip 34 Albia was killed and three passengers injured Friday night in a onecar acci dent near here Her husband is a distinguished physician He and their chil dren are here with Mrs Voight Its a family vacation jaunt But thats just the start of the Voight story Dr and Mrs Voight are refugees from Hitlerism The charge was non Aryan blood The flight 23 years ago followed a cruel con centration camp imprisonment It was a twominute talk at a district Demo cratic convention lhat brought about Mrs Voights selection by acclamation as a dele gate to this national conclave In simple sincerity she poured forth her gratitude to the country which had opened the HALL gate of opportunity in a dark and hopeless hour or her and her husband Why the Voights cast their lol with the Democratic party is a story that quite likely will be heard more than once during the campaign months ahead AS LYNDON Johnson came down a catwalk alongside my press gallery seat to be pre sented to the convention as its It was a bad week for the Navy and Knoxville family KNOXVILLE Tenn UPI Mr and Mrs James R Tullockvice presidential nominee my were advised by the Navy thismemory turned back to my first DIES AT 66 John P Mar quand 66 whose novel Point of No Return won him a Pu litzer Prize in 1949 died of a heart attack in his sleep at his Newbury Mass home He also authored such bestsell ers as The Late George Ap ley and H M Pulham Esq week that Their son Leroy 21 was bac ly hurt in an automobile wrec in the Bahamas Their son Jack 19 statione in San Diego was cut an bruised in a fall from a 35foo cliff J R Tullock Jr 17 sufferec minor injuries in a shipboar accident off the Japanese coast Fanfani likely to get call in Italy ROME Ital ian Premier Amintore Fanfani leader of the leftwing bloc o the Christian Democrat party was mentioned today as a pos sible successor to Premier Fer nando Tambroni Fanfani was a distinct possibility to replac Tambroni whose governmen has been embroiled in Italys worst postwar political crisis for nearly five months Arrives 19 years late Jap sub in Pearl Harbor HONOLULU Jap anese midget submarine sunk one mile off shore during the Dec 7 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor reached her destina tion years late The raising of the 30foot two man submarine solved a missing chapter of what hap pened to the fourth of five midget submarines launched against the U S Pacific fleet during the attack Her coral encrusted hull Caption under a frontpage draining water that had photo of Sens John F Kennedy and Lyndon B Johnson in Fri days edition of the Paterson Evening news Two Leading American BeatNix seeped in through her reef damaged bottom was brought from harbors murky bot tom in astonishingly good con dition leaving the Navy at a loss to explain why it sank When found several weeks ago the midgef sub was lying upright and pointing foward Pearl Harbor on a coral ledge one mile from the harbors entrance Plainly visible through a hole in her bottom was a pair of rubber tabes a type of splittoed shoe and a bottle of sake Japanese wine There was no evidence of bodies and a Navy doctor said that there is little probability that any remains of the subs two crewmen will be found as even the bones would long since have disappeared The submarine was hoisted from tht harbor by gigantic floating crane and placed on wooden blocks on a barge The Navy said that the barge will be taken down harbor where a team of demolition experts will disarm two 1000 pound torpedo charges which are still in their firing position in the vessel nose In all probability the sub will be dismantled and further inspected before being put on display perhaps in Pearl Har bor Four of the five subs which were used with little success in the attack were sunk The fifth ran aground at Kaneohe Only four including the one raised Saturday tver were found awareness of the Johnson name The incident had its setting in Fort Worth Associated Press meeting The result of an election recount was being an nounced By a margin of 89 votes Rep Lyndon Johnson had won a seat in the US Senate And wags were referringio him as Landslide Johnson n lowans who have ventured forth on the freeways here are ready to accept this statistic without any recount In Los An geles alone 1225000 automo biles are registered And most of them are to be found day or night on this multiplelane road system TO NOT UNTIL the day after had been nominated for the presidency did I learn that for almost a week Sen John F Ken nedy has been my neighbor in he next block here Thursdays newspapers re vealed that his socalled hide out has been 522 North Ross nore My hotel is the Blair louse Rossmore is a continua ion of the famous Vine Street n Hollywood Reporters are recalling that his is the neighborhood made amous as the home of Mae Vest lowans can quit worrying now When Herschel Loveless was being mentioned for the ice presidential nomination hey wondered who would sue eed him for senator on the owa ballot WOULD T BE Ed Nick dcManus the governorship ominee or Merwin Coad the lib 6th district representative rho placed Loveless in noraina on for the presidency With Lyndon Johnsons selec on for second spoton the iia onal ticknl all this specula tion became academic High on the list of convention thrills for Mrs Marie Henley of Davenport and Mrs John   

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