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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tht Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZE TIE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lcass Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 30 1960 7o Copy Paper of Two No 2H Presidential candidates in Peiping gets edge in Cuba Nationalists losing out in island struggle By FRANCIS L McCARTHY NEW YORK Peip ing and Taipei regimes are locked in silent but bitter strug gle in Cuba for control of the rich Chinese colony there It is theWestern hemispheres third largest resident Asiatic group exceeded in size only by the Chinese colonies in the United States and Canada The Red Chinese enjoy the favor of the Fidel Castro regime in their current allout effort to wrest politicoeconomic control of the 20000 to 30000 mainland Chinese in Cuba from the Na tionalists FOREIGN intelligence re ports that about 90 per cent of the Chinese in Cuba are na tionalist in political sympathies But they say the Red Chinese hold all the organizing cards un der Castro Cuba as of the moment rec ognizes only the Chinese Na sessions FEOM OUR WIRE SERVICES CHICAGO Vice President Richard M Nixon new Repub lican presidential candidate met with more than 50 farm leaders from 22 states behind closed doors Saturday to draft plans to ease some of the GOPs head aches in the farm belt Several Ibwans including Sen B B Hickenlooper attended the meeting At Hyannis Port Mass Sens John F Kennedy and Lyndon B Johnson the Democratic presidential and vice presiden tial nominees agreed Saturday to press a widescale multibil liondollar legislative program in the Congress session begin ning Aug 8 and to appeal for bipartisan support for it THE AMERICAN people will be quick to spot obstructionist tactics aimed at keeping us from enacting much of this legisla tion Kennedy told a news con ference in a statement in which Johnson also joined They noted the session is ex pected to last only three weeks and indicated they will simply have to check and see how much really can be done Johnson and Kennedy dis closed they had considered at length a proposal to seek a big new appropriation for defense purposes which has been sug gested as a jarring answer to DOITYOURSELF TOWING Terry OConnell solves his problem His compact car developed trans mission troubles on a Quincy Mass highway so he AP ax tied a rope to the cars bumper and towed it miles to his home His passenger guides the car from behind the wheel tionalist government of Gener alissimo Chiang KaiShek Last weekends trade with the Red Chinese however pre sages inevitable and early for mal diplomatic recognition of Peiping Official invitations to Red Chinas Premier Chou EnLai to visit Cuba and the reciprocal bids extended more recently to Castro show clearly where Cu ban government sympathies lie in the showdown between Peip ing and Taipei IN THE 18 MONTHS of Cas tro rule in Cuba Red Chinese political economic and cultural groups have literally swamped the tiny island A Communist daily in Chinese has been started in Havana where three other Chinese dailies have long been pronationalist Hsinhua the Chinese com insults by Soviet Premier Niki ta Krushchev NIXON in his Chicago meet ing was accompanied by Sec retary of Interior Fred A Sea ton who he said would be his chief farm adviser for the cam paign The Vice President opened the meeting and then designated Seaton to serve as more or less a temporary chairman for the allmorning discussion Nixon planned to fly back to Washington later Saturday for a brief weekend respite before opening his campaign next week Iowa Fair Saturday night and Sunday Cooler Saturday night low 45 to 50 northwest to 55 to 60 southeast High Sunday in the 80s Food shortage starts riots in E Germany munist news agency has opened a bureau in Havana and shares offices with Cubas Prenso La tina wire service The two me dia exchange their news re ports Red Chinese agricultural workers have been imported by Castro to show Cuban farmers in the interior how to till rice bearing soil in communaltype cooperatives I I with a whirlwind tour to Ne vada California Hawaii and Washington State REPORTERS who covered the Republican national convention could determine immediately that this meeting was a little different The handshake of those in attendance was firmer Many of the 57 invited are farmers Nixon told Republican con gressmen and convention dele gates he wanted to talk about North Iowa Fair and cooler Saturday night lows 45 to 50 Fair and continued cool Sun day highs 80 to 84 Minnesota Fair through Sun day Cooler south portion Sat urday night A little warmer Sunday Low Saturday night 40s north to 48 to 55 south High Sunday 75 to 85 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am BERLIN UPI Reports reaching West Berlin said Sat urday that food riots have flared in Communist East Germany amid growing unrest over a shortage of everything from bread to meat The West Berlin newspaper B Z said police broke up two food riots in the Soviet zone town of Brandenburg 25 miles west of Berlin The newspaper reports said that angry Brandenburg house wives converged on the market place and blamed the shortages on the forced collectivization of farms carried out by Commu nists this spring The reports of food riots could not be confirmed But the East German Communists disclosed they had imported several hun dred million marks worth of food to counter unrest caused by a growing food shortage The East German mark is valued at about 24 cents in EastWest German trade The West German government announced it has offered food lo East Germany to help com bat the shortage RED BOAST VIENNA UPI Albania the smallest of the Soviet satel lite nations Saturday claimed to be the fastestgrowing country in Europe Adenauer de Gaulle in new accord By CHARLES RIDLEY PARIS UPI President Charles de Gaulle has won sup port of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in his drive for a political third force in Europe German sources said Saturday The French leaders campaign to mold Europe into a politi al force capable of leading world affairs instead of following he struggle between the United States and Russia from the iidelines was expected to gain added impetus from Adenauers support The two leaders resumed confidential talks Saturday at Dd jaulles Rambouillet Castle miles outside of Paris German sources gave the first real break in the shroud of secrecy surrounding the hush lush meeting when they told newsmen that Adenauer had earned up with de Gaulle IF ANYONE thought noth ng would happen in the West rn world until the new Ameri an president is sworn in Jan 0 1961 he was badly mis aken said one authoritative German source The goal of that Franco SAME IOWA SAFETY DElAKTMENT FIGURES Sports Bulletin KANSAS CITY OP Mrs Ann Casey Johnstone of Ma son City Iowa held a 4up lead over Sandra Spuzich In dianapolis after 18 holes in their 36hole match for the Womens Western Amateur Golf championship Saturday German cooperation that is de eloping now is to design poli ies which anticipate world po tical developments rather lan run after them the source dded De Gaulle and Adenauer re orledly plan to meet even more requently in the future than ley have done so far The two Latesmen have met five times lone and twice as members of Vestern summit meetings since e Gaulle assumed political ontrol of France two years go IT WAS apparent that the rench president had now de ided the time was ripe to start Johnson to speak in Iowa DUBUQUE UPI The ap pearance schedule in Iowa Sun day of Sen Lyndon B Johnson the Democratic vicepresidential nominee was announced here Friday by Al M Link Field Secretary to Rep Leonard Wolf DIowa of the second District The main reason for the as Senators visit to the Hawk eye state is to deliver a major farm policy speech at a bean feed rally at Monticello The gathering was planned to boost Wolfs bid for reelection The main part of the program drive for the Europe Third Force at 2 pm begin witt speech by Lt Gov Edward Me Manus Keokuk the Democratic candidate for governor Gov Hcrschel C Loveless the partys contender for US senator will speak next And the climax will come with Johnsons speech YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 86 56 64 89 66 ews in a utshell Candidates at Stag note importance em as issue in campaign agricultural problems an item high on the list of campaign is sues Storm hits East coast NEW YORK UPI Trop RED CHINAS agents in Hacal storm Brenda whirled into vana have been permitted by authorities to circularize Chi nese colony residents as to the nature of their employment their income names of rela tives in the old country and po litical pre lude to a contribution shake down As in the US and Canada Cubas Chinese population is docile politically speaking and unassuming in public affairs However it has been a major consistent and liberal contrib utor to 4the national economy Because Chinese have been coming to since Spanish colonial days the influence of the group on the Cuban culture is far more penetrating than in dicated by numerical evalua tion THE EXPERTS believe grant ing that the Castro regime con tinues in power in Cuba that it is only a matter of time before Peiping supplants Taipei in all spheres in Havana They point to the recent visit the populous metropolitan New York area with nearhurricane force Saturday bringing torren tial rains whipped by wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour A wide area of the Northeast from Washington through New Jersey and the New England coast including President Ei senhowers summer White House at Newport RI was swept by driving rains The storm left heavy wind and rain damage in its wake Rain hit New York City be fore midnight and a heavy fall began at 6 am An hour later the weather bureau reported more than two inches had fallen on the city to Peiping of the Cuban armys InspectorGeneral Maj William Galvez and the nature of his conferences there as clearly in dicative of the Castro govern ments desires for unreserved alliance with the Chinese Reds Galvez conferred not dnly with political and economic leaders but military men aswejl and extended to one and all a hearty official invitation to be his guest in Havana Less than a handful of men are closer to than Galvez Castro in Cuba French execute rebel Nikitas request fails PARIS UP French sent an Algerian rebel to the guillo tine Saturday despite a per sonal appeal from Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev to President Charles de Gaulle asking him to spare the Alger ians life Abderramahne Laklifi 28 was executed before dawn at a Jrisoh in Lyons after a brief Moslem prayer Laklifi was condemned by a French military court for lead ing a commando unit which at tacked a police station in Lyons irt September 1958 wounding several persons with gunfire FROM OUK WIRE SEE VICES CHICAGO Frag ments of the helicopter that carried 13 persons to their death were on their way to Washington Sat urday for a microscopic search after anything and everything not norm ally found in a wreck age TOKYO This ad ap peared Saturday in the Englishlanguage Japan Times Situation Want ed University student pro American willing to work as houseboy dur ing summer vacation BURLINGTON Five men were arrested Friday on charges of de frauding insurance com panies by insuring the use of their hands and then deliberately cutting off the fingers of one hand with a power saw SOIGNIES A bus carrying coal min ers collided with an oil tank truck here Friday night killing five miners and injuring 17 serious ly On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Church News 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets7 Society News8 Sports 9 Editorials H Comics 12 North Iowa News16 HOWS THIS LOS ANGELES UPI A reward was offered Satur day for the return of fouryearr old Sherlock Holmes who wan dered away from home and ap parently got lost Sherlock is a bloodhound By THOR J JENSEN GlobeGazette City Editor CLEAR LAKE Her schel Loveless never did get to the stag party at Clear Lake Friday evening and Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper ate practically none of his dinner Thats the life of a poli tician Gov Loveless had to put in an appearance at the Canadi an exhibition football game in Cedar Rapids As a result he got to the Mason City Muni cipal Airport in the late eve and to his quarters at the Blue Horizon Motel about 10 pm By that time a cool wind had emptied the Clear Lake Coun try Club Golf Course where the stag party was held The partygoers and politicians had spread to other haunts around the lake The Senator barely got to taste his roasfc beef corn on the cob au gratin potatoes and salad and got no pie at all because he was too busy shaking hands Hed take a bite and someone would walk up grab his hand as he dropped the fork and start reminiscing By the time the crowd thinned a little the Senator pushed away his cold food and settled for a cup of warm cof fee brought to him by his host Charles E Strickland SEN HICKENLOOPER got to Clear Lake from Chicago about pm and was due back there at 9 am so his entire stay at Clear Lake could not have been much more than 12 hours Saturday Iowas senator was one of 60 Republicans meeting with presidential candidate Richard Nixon to discuss the farm problem That problem is going to get a lot of attention in the cam paigns during the next three months Both Gov Loveless and his November opponent for the US Senate Jack Mil ler of Sioux City stressed its importance in interviews Fri day evening They agree on a major point need for taking fertile acres out of production They also agree that the tenant farmer and rural busi RUNNING MATES Charles E Strickland past president of the Association for the Preserva WELCOME SENATOR Jack MacNider a committeeman of the Association for the Preserva WAW ujiiMc cvooucjatiuii lor tne urreserva tion ofClear Lake welcomes two of the distinguished tion of Clear Lake welcomes Sen Bourke B Hickeri guests at the stag party Jack Miller Sioux looper The Senator never has missed the stag party City is the Reublican nominee for h City is the Republican nominee for the U S Senate Norman Erbe Boone who is shaking hands with Strickland is the Republican nominee for governor of Iowa given by the association in honor of the State Conser vation Commission Also greeting the Senator is Earl Jones Qskaloosa the Iowa industrialcommis sioner ness communities must be pro tected Whole farms must not be taken out of production said Miller If that happens to any number of farms in a com munity not only is the tenant deprived of his living but the businessmen he patronized al so lose theirs The Governor believes the soil bank must be based on a percentage of the productive acreage in each farm and their must be a limit to how many acres can be included HE CALLED attention to an other matter which is making times difficult for rural com i munities the high interest set by the Federal Reserve System It has hurt the farm er his suppliers home build ers small businessmen and rural bankers declared Gov Loveless Complaints to him about the high interest have been fre quent this year he reported When high interest rates make money tight it hurts all down the line Consider what the increased interest costs on school bonds and other public borrowings is costing the Iowa taxpayer Gov Loveless suggested One or two per cent more interest on the many millions bonds sold in Iowa amounts to a con siderable sum BOTH MILLER and Love less think government spend ing can be cut Miller pointed out that the US Bureau of Reclamation spending to get more usable acres is com pletely inconsistent with spending for acreage retire ment Loveless says we are frittering a lot of money away on foreign aid which is not buying us any friends Miller believes payment in kind paying government com to a farmer who takes corn acres out of production can be made workable There should be an incentive above the cash payment he sug gests If the cash payment is 100 cents on the dollar for example the grain payment could be 105 cents on the dol lar Payment in kind should bt   

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