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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 98 newspaper that makes all North lowans Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1960 neighbor s HOME EDITION Crjy Dollar Days u rjj a y Friday Saturday 1o Copy Paper of No 25f AP Photofax HONORED VISITOR Vice President Richard M Nixon lands in Honolulu and is immediately smoth ered with traditional Hawaiian floral leis welcoming him to Hawaii The Republican presidential nominee opened his campaign in the nations newest state and will visit three other major Hawaiian islands ending his twoday tour Friday morning Hawaii target of Nixon Opens drive for votes Protestant views are I unchanged No shift in sentiment on 2 candidates By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N poll deals with the latest find ings of Protestant sentiment when Sen Kennedy and Vice President Nixon are squared away the way they will be just 13 weeks from now The findings which include interviewing during the last week in July show that senti ment since last March inso far as Protestant voters are con cerned has changed little ews in a utshell FROM DUE WIRE SEKViUKs WASHINGTON Le land Olds 69 controver sial former Federal Pow er Commission chairman whose reappointment in 1949 was rejected by the Senate died Thursday SAIGON South Viet Nam Three American hunters killed two Com munist guerrillas in a forest skirmish 75 miles north of Saigon last Sun day WASHINGTON U S charged Cuba with a deliberate campaign to molest harrass and FOR EXAMPLE when a crosssection of Protestant vot ers were asked the following question the presidential elections were being held today If John Kennedy was the Demo cratic candidate and Richard Nixon was the Republican candi date which one would you like to see win Nixon 60 Kennedy 39 Undecided 1 Highlighting the above find ings is that sentiment for Vice President Nixon today among Protestant voters is a less than it was among Protestants in 1956 for GOP candidate Dwight D Eisenhower President Ike picked up 646 per cent of the Protestant vote in 1956 Today Nixon has 60 per cent 46 pe cent less than Ike received i 1956 IN 1956 Adlai Stevenso picked up 354 per cent of th Protestant vote today Kenned has 39 per cent of the Protestan vote in his camp 36 per cen better than the 1956 Democratic standard bearer received A breakdown of Protestan voter sentiment in todays tria heat election by the way voters classify themselves political sheds further light on todays results REGISTERED REPUBLICAN BROTESTANTS ONLY Nixon 925 Kennedy 75 Registered Independents PROTESTANTS Nixon 688 Kennedy 312 REGISTERED DEMOCRATS PROTESTANTS ONLY Nixon 284 Kennedy 693 Undecided 23 40 DROWN RAWALPINDI Pakistan W Forly persons drowned Wednes day when a boat capsized in the Indus River near Rawalpindi arbitrarily detain news reporters WASHINGTON Civil Rights Commission ordered a hearing in i Louisiana Sept 27 and 28 on complaints by Negroes that they have been de nied voting rights HOUSTON Tex U S Dist Judge Ben C Connally ordered deseg regation of the Houston public schools begin ning with the first grade September Injuries suffered when gored by bull prove fatal ESTHERVILLE 01 George Fothergill 23 died Wednesday of injuries suffered when he was gored by a bull on his farm near Ringsted Authorities said Fothergill was gored when he to gather his cattle last Friday night He was found in a field by his brother Blood was found on the horns of the bull that Fothergill told his brother he had battled for 15 minutes Survivors include the widow and a 17dayold son HONOLULU Uft Richard M Nlixon pushing his campaign for the presidency in a state without problems of civil rights Thursday called for an end to discrimination throughout the country This is the objective to vhich we should certainly as i r e in the United States tfixon said The GOP presidential nomi nee said however that deseg regation will take time and a new disposition in many areas f the nation It will be the responsibility f the next president to attempt o build in the hearts of the merican people the idea that ondiscrimination is not just a egal problem but a moral roblem not a Southern prob em but a national problem not government problem but a ersonal problem NIXON MADE that statement in an interview Wednesday night after a day in which he touched on national security foreign policy and the compli cations of civil rights in that policy He also emphasized two cam paign themes That the voters should decide which of the can didates or Demo cratic Sen John F hasthe necessary experience to run the government and that the federal government should restrict its role to situations with which the individual or the state cannote cope A crowd of 35000 lined the streets of Honolulu and gath ered before lolani Palace seat of the 50th states government to welcome the vice president Nixon by flying to the island group became the first presi dential candidate to court votes outside the continental limits of the United States mci to avoid BIG JOB FOR LOVELESS Gov Her schel Loveless of Iowa right stands alongside Sen John F Kennedy Demo cratic presidential candidate as they talked to newsmen today on the lawn of AP Photofax Kennedys summer home in Hyannis Port Mass Loveless was asked by the Senator to head the Farmers for Ken nedy and Johnson group Bunche on hand to head off fighting BULLETIN ELISABETHVILLE Congo UPI Premier Moisa Tshombe of Katanga said Thursday that United Nations troops will not move into that mineralrich province He said the whola issue will be taken back to the Security Council LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo UP TJ N Secre taryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold rushed his chief troubleshooter to Katanga Thursday after giving as surance that U N forces will not try to enforce the cen tral Congo governments claim on the rich secessionist province Dr Ralph J Bunche flew to Elisabcthville the Katanga capi tal a day ahead of schedule after Katanga Premier Moiso warned U N forces will have to fight their way in to his province There were no Katanga of ficials on hand to greet Buncha and an eightman UN delega tion when they arrived at tha Elisabethville airport The U N Command went ahead with plans to send its first units to Katanga Saturday de spite Tshombcs threat A spe ror in ON THE GO continually and grabbing a snack when he could Nixon made a halfdozen cere monial and handshaking stops during the day For the most part he touched icies FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HYANNIS PORT Mass Democratic presidential candi date John F Kennedy Thurs day announced formation of on foreign policy and announcea iormaton ol He used Hawaii an pvamnio committees aimed at capturing the farm vote and preparing an agricultural program which he said could be implemented as soon as he took office if elected Kennedy made the announce ment after meeting with Gov JHe used Hawaii as an example of practicing equality among people Based on his travels which have taken him to Africa and Asia Nixon said the greatest problem of the United States in the battle of ideas is explaining how Americans can talk equal ity and dignity of man abroad and practice prejudice and in equality at home Nixon directly pulled Kennedy into his line of fire After he and Mrs Nixon cast leis of white carnations over the sunken hull of the battleship Arizona in Pearl Harbor the vice president said any chief executive must give first priority to the nations security As part of that he emphasized an intelligence service capable of guarding attempts against a surprise attack which could be indescribably more disastrous than the sneak blow by which the Japanese bombed the Ari zona and other ships of the Pa cific Fleet at Pearl Harbor Des Moines girl is hit by car killed DES MOINES UP Valerie Jane McCrea 8 was killed Wednesday when she dashed into a fourlane street clogged with traffic She was the daugh ter of Mr and Mrs George J McCrea Miller repeats challenge to debate issues DES MOINES Sen Jack Miller Sioux City the Re publican candidate for the US Senate has repeated his chal lenge to Gov Herschel Loveless to a television debate Loveless is the Democrats candidate for the US Senate Miller said Wednesday tha Loveless recently declined to debate with him saying he die not wish to draw crowds for Millers benefit This would not apply to television debate Miller said in a letter to Loveless More over it would seem that the public has a right to know the views of the candidates on ma jor issues and on the specifics Herschel C Loveless of Iowa one of his principal agriculture advisers The candidate named Loveless to head up the nev committees Kennedy also announced tha a midwest farm conference wil be convened in Des Moines Aug 21 to obtain views o those who have been most im mediately concerned with pro gressive farm policies in al sections of the midwest THE CANDIDATE said he would attend that meeting and hoped his vice presidential run ning mate Sen Lyndon B Johnson also would be there Kennedy said he expected to STORE BURNS SHELBY i r e early Thursday destroyed the Schus ter Drug Store here visit former President Harry S Truman at Independence Mo the same weekend Kennedy said he and Love less had worked out plans for formation of a national policy committee1 on agricultural prog ress which would serve as Lhe policy committee for the Democratic party on farm problems Kennedy repeated his Earlier Story on Page 3 0 E L W E I N WA reported rock throwing incident at Mayor Louis Lonborgs home and a complaint of religious bias against the mayor Thurs day enlivened the civic uproar here over a police department shakeup The Oelwein City Council and mayor held a closeddoor meet ing Thursday amid reports that the city might get its third po lice chief within four days An obviously angry Mayor Lonborg refused to comment on what the meeting was about BOB SCHMIDTKE named police chief Monday after Lon borg had demoted Ray Stod dard from chief to patrolman was summoned into the meet ing He left with his gunbclt in his hand Meanwhile these develop ments were reported 1 M c m b c r s of Lonbergs family reported they found a cial multiracial task force was alerted to stand by for the move PRIVATELY U N officials said they expected no serious resistance in the mineralrich province whose secession would spell economic doom for the rest of the vast central African coun try stated opinion that agriculture is our No 1 domestic problem Loveless said we must have our people ready to go awfully early in 1961 if we are to come up with a program for the crop rock inside the house that bad oftbeen thrown through the win dow during the night 2 A spokesman of antiLon borg forces said an effort to re move the mayor from office is being pushed on a state level year The Iowa Governor said it Hundreds of whites were flee ing Katanga in fear that Congo tribes were arming themselves as a possible prelude to violence like that which broke out last month when the Congolese army mutinied Belgian troops have been pre serving order in mineral rich Katanga while UN forces have akcn over that responsibility la the rest of the infant Congo re public Hammarskjold sought to sof en the defiance of the Katanga leaders by emphasizing the UN troops were not acting as agents for the central g o v e r n m ent of Premier Pa trice ba He said in a slate m e n t that the UN force is not un der the orders of the BUNCHE umba govern would be a physical impossi jility to write a major farm bill in the threeweek session if Congress which will begin when the Senate reconvenes Monday However he said Jongress might be able to arrive at some emergency leg islation on farm credit KENNEDY AGREED with through a complaint to the Govjment nor can it be permitted to ernors Commission on Human become a party to any internal Rights 3 CIRCULATORS of petitions conflict The fear he sought to put at j LiKUULAiUKb ot petitions f demanding Stoddards sta ed tenor Minister Godefroid Mu ment as chief of policesaid they have about 1500 signatures and there are many more in y Y The controversy started when Godefroid Mu nongo who said We know only too well that the U their b Lonborg Monday ousted Stodj the agents of Lumumba North Iowa Partly the Governors response to m statement but a question re Thursday night and Friday A fused to say ne W3S writing off Swim suits banned Now its Miss International LONG BEACH Calif UPI The International Beauty Congress convened Thursday with 52 nations represented among the winsome delegates gathered at this beach com munity Thirty of the beauties ar rived aboard a chartered plane from Aaris On hand to greet them at Long Beach air port were Mayor Edwin Wade and the contestants already here The fairest will be named Miss International Beauty at climax of the pageant Aug 12 The winner will receive a cash prize First runnerup will win sec ond third and fourth entered the Miss Universe pageant Primary reason for the rec ord field is the switch from swim suits which Asiatic and The Miss Universe Latin nationsfound objection I I t A 4Jfc Hhl II contest held here in former years was shifted to Miami Beach Fla after a hassle with sponsors Then theres the Miss World contest Held annually in London Promoters of tho new beau ty contest said it has attract ed larger number of for contestants than ever had play suits The girls will be judged in what pag eant directors describe as tasteful play suits This cos tume consists of an unpadded blouse with a pronounced V neckline and thigh length pleated skirt The contestants will also be judged in eve ning gowns and cos tumes little cooler Thursday night Highs Friday 85 to 89 Lows Thursday night mid 60s Iowa Generally fair Thursday night a little cooler east and south Friday partly cloudy with occasional showers or thunderstorms northwest Low Thursday night in the 60s High Friday 85 to 92 Outlook for Saturday Seasonal tem peratures with chance of scat tered thundershowers Minnesota Scattered showers little temperature change GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 92 Minimum 64 YEAR AGO Maximum 90 Minimum 69 chances for Congress to enact any other farm legislation in the August session He agreed it would be difficult to write broad farm legislation in the time available meaning ma jor action must be taken in January A prime part of Kennedys effort is to capitalize on the Republican partys split farm policy as evidenced dard as chief and replaced himj TSHOMBE IN declaring Kaf with Sthmidtke He also susjanga independent of the central pended for insubordination government soon after the Con Patrolman Dave Greco The complaint to Don Boles of Iowa State University Ames and chairman of the Governors Commission on Human Rights detailed information designed to show Lonborg is prejudiced against Catholics and that an in justice has been done the anti Lonborg spokesman said goiesc army mutinied last month charged that Lumumba was planning to set up a Com munist dictatorship The provin cial premier and other Katanga leaders want the Congos prov inces joined in a loose tion with their province retain ing much of the revenue from copper SAME DAtE1959366 on by Nixons disavowal of Agricul ture Secretary Ezra Taft Ben sons program Kennedy and Truman have just made peace Truman had refused to attend the Demo cratic convention as a protest against campaign tactics used by Kennedy in winning the presidential nomination but Truman now has agreed to campaign for Kennedy and his running mate Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas On the inside 2Minute Mystery Page 3 Editorials 4 Latest Markets 10 Mason City News 1011 Clear Lake News1213 Society News 1J15 North Iowa News 16 Sports 1718 Comics 26 THE CONGO THE WORLDS HOTSPOT   

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