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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes all North I o w rn s neighbor s Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 8 1960 lo a Paper ConrtiU of Two One No 258 ion needed Ike tells Congress One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sunday WOI AMES 6401 pm Tuesday WTAD Qoincy 930 pm Thurs WSCt lows City Sat A last echo V from the two conventions TWO MORE national nominat ing conventions have become a memory for me The one in Los Angeles which gave us John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson was No 16 for me The one in Chicago which produced the Richard NixonHenry Cabot Lodge ticket was No 17 Because I reported somewhat at length on the Democratic con clave the week following my re turn I shall be devoting more time and attention in this visit to the GOP gathering There will however be some refer ences to the Los Angeles conven tion for comparison purposes As a matter of fact I think Ill start with a comparison by giving it as my opinion that the one most effective bit of oratory at the two conventions was the nominating speech by Minne sotas Sen Eugene McCarthy He was placing the name of Ad QLDEST BROWN CHURCH ALUM When the Rev Glenn Utterback finished his countdown at Sundays an nual reunion of couples married at the famed shrine near Nashua Mr and Mrs Clifford Isley Cedar Falls were found to have been the longestmarried of any Brown Church alumni pres ent Their wedding date was Aug 28 1919 By interesting coincidence Mrs Isley is a grandniece of John Heald builder of the church She lived her girlhood in the Nashua vicinity Per fect weather and a large attendance marked the 1960 reunion lai Stevenson before the dele gates There are two general ora torical styles demonstrated on the podium of a convention hall by far the most com the one prefaced in a high pitched Ladeez Gentle men Its the flamboyant style in the best political tradition Its best exemplified in almost any southern orator THEN theres the earnest con versational approach perhaps better exemplified in Vice Presi dent Nixon than in Sen Dirksen with his honeyed words and pearshaped practitioner tones The true of this type of speaking seems to be thinking of his hearers as a large number of individuals rather than one vast audience Soft words are the rule but on occasion the speaker using this style raises his volume to emphasize a point But Minnesota Sen McCarthy fell in neither of these two cate gories He had a little of both But it seemed to me that his behavior was more that of an attorney pleading a case before a jury In fact the newspaper reporter sitting next to me made this comment at the con clusion of the McCarthy speech Id like to have him on my side in a lawsuit especially if I had a weak case Effective however as the 300 pairs take vows at church 300 couples reconsecrated their wedding vows in the annual marriage re union at the Little Brown Church in the Vale near here Sunday Along with restatement o the pledge of troth by husband and wife sealed with a kiss there was a bit of counsel from the famed churchs marrying parson the Rev Glenn L Utter back To get the greatest happiness out of marriage which Mr Ut terback referred to as the first humanjnstitution established by God the marrying parson proposed these four steps 1 Know yourself by critical selfanalysis 2 Love each other with Gods kind of love 3 Make a habit of showing your appreciation 4 Cultivate your religious life AT THE RISK of incurring the disapproval of all husbands pres ent the pastor suggested help ing with the dishes at night Thats a lot better place to talk things over and share con fidences than the dinner table he added Be a worshiping family he admonished Have a family prayer Attend church regular ly Dont send your children to Sunday them isp7 ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Space scientists ran final checkouts on a threestage rocket ready for a new attempt to put a 100foot radio mirror balloon into orbit MOUNTAINSIDE N J Twentyfour persons were injured several seriously when a coal truck slammed into the rear of a loaded parked bus and shoved it 60 feet into the back of another bus MADRID Spain American novelist Ernest Hemingway who arrived here for aSpanish holiday fell ill Sunday night The report gave no details of the illness It followed unconfirmed rumors that Hemingway one of the giant literary figures of the 20th century had died HAVANA Premier Fidel Castros regime warned the Roman Catholic Church that it would definitely achieve nothing by denouncing the gov ernment as Communist WASHINGTON The State Department has blasted the seizure of remaining Americanowned property in Cuba Department spokesman Lincoln White called the action discriminatory amounting to cutting off their own nose to spite our face Senate back in session Defense is prime topic WASHINGTON MVPresident Eisenhower laid before Con gress Monday a bulky program ranging from foreign aid to medical help for the aged but warned against reckless spend ing schemes This truth we must take to heart In good times we must at the very least pay our way he said in a special message sent to the Senate as it resumed its electionyear session The message also will be waiting for the House when it reconvenes a week hence In the face of Democratic and some Republican criticism that the nations defenses are growing relatively weaker in the face of Communist threats ihe President insisted US mili tary power is second to none and will be kept that way SAYING HE WAS taking measures to improve the armed forces readiness he said these may necessitate a modest in crease in military personnel and money If funds are needed he said he will ask for them But national security demands congressional action too Eisen hower said and called for ap propriation of the full amount authorized for foreign aid He noted the appropriation bill for the mutual security program as it now stands is half a billion dollars under this The nations security and our inescapable interest in a IN SENATE SPOTLIGHT The postconvention session of Congress puts the candidates for presi dent and vice president directly in the nations spot light Here Sens John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson the Democratic standardbearers greet the packed gallery shortly before the arrival of Vice President Richard Nixon the GOP kingpin Nixon of course presides over the Senate AP Photofax 9 weekend deaths Mason City girl 2nd Floyd County victim McCarthy plea was it won no votes for Adlai Stevenson When the roll was called he had just under 75votes And thats pre cisely the number he had when the session got under that night which saw John F Ken nedy nominated on the first ballot THE OTHER STAR performer was Floridas Gov LeRoy Col lins He was tremendously im pressive in his presentation as permanent chairman and he demonstrated a pronounced talent for presiding over stormy sessions during his three days on the Sports Arena rostrum It was a matter of common remark that the contrast be tween him and the youthful key noter Sen Frank Church of Idaho was decidedly in favor of the Florida governor A com parison with GOP Charlie Hal leek would lead to a like con clusion The Chicago convention had at least four oratorical high spots Both President Eisenhow er and former President Hoover were more effective in their speaking technique than they sometimes are But the ovation which each received was based on something more deepseated than their oratory For a good many years I have been referring to Minne sotas Walter Judd as the most Continued on Page 2 The service closed with recog nition for The pair who had come fur thest Mr and Mrs Jack Hurl bert Harvey HI The couple most recently mar ried The Jack Horns of Des Saturday evening Longest married couple The Clifford Isleys of Cedar Aug 28 Mrs Mary Lee of Lake Vil lage Ind received a special in troduction Shes 99 years old and willing to admit it THE MORNING service fea tured Archibald Sowden of West Union sightless violinist and Margaret Dravis of Waterloo organist Earl Hall of Mason City led the singing of theBrown Church song The morning offering went for the support of a Church World Fellow and a Seminary Student Scholarship Fund Following a lunch on the spa cious treecovered lawn there was an afternoon program df music in the historic shrine The Waterloo Amvet Chorus under the direction of Mrs Dravis sang three groups Arch ibald Sowden played two groups and there was a Sigmund Rom berg medley by Dolores Bovis soprano Special guests included Mr and Mrs W H Nicholas of Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs David Herrick of Des Moines Mr Herrick is chief of the Iowa state highway safety patrol Son already convicted U2 pilots dad claims RICHMOND Va UPI Oliver Powers father of im prisoned U2 pilot Francis Powers said Monday he felt the Ameri can people already have convicted his son of espionage charges Everytime they speak of the boy they speak of him as said Powers with tears in his eyes at a news conferenc for stable world demand that these amounts be restored Eisen hower said Eisenhower advised Congress that he had already taken some actions to strengthen this coun trys military posture and that the Defense Department would carry them out with its avail able resources insofar as possi ble White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty said the Presidents wording meant that some funds impounded by Ei senhower were being unfrozen and that Congress would be asked for more money if needed HAGERTY ESTIMATED the impounded amount at 000000 The President also told the legislators he wants A 14yearold Mason City girl became the second Floyd County traffic fatality in less than 24 hours Saturday when the car in which she was rid ing missed a curve and plunged off Highways 18 and 218 two miles northwest of Charles City Hers was one of nine violent deaths in Iowa over the week end Two other lowaus were lulled in Illinois Kathleen Carmody daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Car mody 905 Monroe PL NW died when a convertible driven by Mrs Robert Dolgncr of Madison Wis crashed early in the afternoon Two other passengers in the car Harold Dolgner 14 and The 55yearold Norton Va shoe repairman and his wife wi join Norton businessman Sol Cury and Dr Lewis K Ingram Mrs physician lateri Washington Powers said he felt the peo pie of this country had alread judged his son guilty of spyin and sentence will be passei by Khrushchev Young Pow jers goes on trial in I Aug 17 his 31st birthday on On f he inside News Quiz Page 3 Society News 67 Mason City News89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 Comics 13 Editorials Clear Lake News 15 North Iowa News 20 Clinton boy drowns in city swim pool espionage charges The father said he had a printed copy of the allegec confession of his son to espion age charges brought by the So viet government after the U2 pilot was shot down deep in Russian territory last May 1 Powers said the documen CLINTON UPI Frank Wbore a signature but the name Feddersen 6 drowned in the was so you couid hardiy municipal swimming pool here Monday while scores of young sters were taking citysponsored wimming lessons Howard Judd the pool manager said tell whose it was Personally I dont believe it was that of my son he said Powers his wife Cury and Dr Ingram will leave New the youngsters body was found York Thursday for their trip to twofotdeep wter Moscow Attendants and firemen tried unsuccessfully to revive him SAME DATE1959371 We hope to accomplish prob ably more than we will We hope to bring him back if we can Powers said He said Barbara Powers Milledgeville Ga wife of the pilot will not travel with them She plans to leave Georgia later this week for Russia MUSICIAN NEW YORK WVSammy Stew art 70 musician and orchestra eader of the early jazz period oi the jnid1920s died Saturday 1 A million increase in flexible foreign aid funds to keep America poised for sudden developments such as those in the Congo where a U S airlift and other efforts were needed suddenly and critically The House and Senate foreign aid legislation now pending would grant Eisenhower million for this contingency fund 2 A 600milliondollar author ization by Congress for a pro gram of aid to Latin America He asked approval for this fund Dag wants ail Belgian troops out UNITED NATIONS NY UN SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold warning that the world faces the issue of peace or war called Monday for by the time the economic ference of the American re publics starts in Bogota Colom bia Sept 5 3 Advance approval for a food for the hungry proposal which he said will be presented to the United Nations General Assembly in September im mediate and unconditional with drawal of Belgian forces from the Congo including secession ist Katanga province He delivered the warning in a hardhitting speech at the open ing of an urgent meeting of the 11nation U N Security Council on the Congo crisis He had asked for the meeting I would even say that th immediate conclusion of th Congo problem is a question o peace or war he declared H called on the council to spell ou in a resolution that the with drawal should apply to Katang and to all parts of Katanga I do not hesitate to say tha the speediest woul even say immediate achieve ment of such a solution of th Congo problem is a question o peace or war and when sayin peace or war I do not limit m perspective to the Congo h Isaid WARM Senate floor presents a 3ring political show WASHINGTON reconvening of the Senate provided an unprecedented threering political attraction which lured one of the gest crowds in recent Senate history On the Senate floor and within hailing distance of each other were the Repub lican and Democratic presi dential nominees and thev Democratic vice presidential nominee Long bwfore Republican Vice President Richard M slixon Democratic Sen John F Kennedy And Senate Dem ocratic leader Lyndon B Johnson made their appear ance the galleries were com pletely filled and hundreds of other hopeful sightseers were lined up in the corridors of the capitol One of the quirks the gal leries were anticipating was the fact that Kennedy while on the Senate floor must ad drest Nixon his rival for the White House as Mr Presi dent That is because Nixon as vice president of the United States also is presi dent of the Senate North Iowa Fair to partly cloudy through Tuesday Not much change in temperature Low Monday night around 60 High Tuesday around 80 Iowa Partly cloudy north mostly cloudy with scattered thundershowers south Monday night Tuesday generally fair Low Monday night 60 north west to 65 southeast High Tuesday near 80 Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers Cooler Highs Tuesday in 70s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 81 Minimum 61 At 8 am 71 Judy Willis 13 along with Mrs Dolgner were not seriously in jured and were released after being checked at a Charles City hospital The car after going out of control and into a ditch flipped over and landed on its top MRS DOLGNER had picked up Misses Carmody and Willis from a Girl Scout camp Satur day morning and was returning to Mason City to visit with the Carmodys whom she had known when they lived in Madison The Carmody family had moved to Mason City from Mad ison in May Carmody is the manager of the Crescent Elec tric Co in Mason City Miss Carmody would have been enrolled in Holy Family High School this fall Surviving are her parents and two brothers Patrick and Michael Funeral services will be held at 10 am Tuesday at the Im maculate Heart of Mary Church Madison Wis Burial will be in Madison The Ryan Memorial Chapel Madison is in charge of arrangements Danny Michael Dickhoff 17 Charles City became the first auto fatality of the year in Floyd County in an accident a halfmile north of Floyd early Saturday morning The spot where Dickhoff was killed is less than four miles from where the Dolgner car crashed GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 83 Minimum 65 Precipitation 2 Inquest called in crash fatal to 6 BLAIR 111 UPI Authori ies Monday called an inquest into the crash of a private plane which killed six vacationing alifornians The singleengine Sellanca went down near this Southern Illinois town Saturday night during a heavy windstorm which some residents thought s a tornado The crashkilled Jack Dinerstein 30 Los An geles the pilot William C PiJ dngton 30 Tujunga Calif his wife Rosella 31 and their three hildren Karl 5 Glenn 3 and Dale 20 months TYPHOON HITS NAHA Okinawa W Sixteen tyukyuan fishermen were miss ng Monday in the wake of Ty hoon Trix which sped between kinawa and Miyako Islands ideswiped Formosa and ANOTH E R Beverly Flury YOUNGSTER 12 Dubuque eadcd for the China mainland died Sunday of injuries re ceived Saturday when a car driven by her brother went out of control and overturned in a ditch The other Sunday accident victim was Edith Seymour Rand 79 Clinton She was killed when the car in which she was riding plowed into a tree near Oregon 111 The driver Dr Kurt Jaenicke 77 Clinton was reported in critical condition A truck driver from Syra cuse Ind died in the flam ing wreckage of his refrigera tor truck late Saturday after he apparently missed a T in tersection near Ogden Robert L Arthur 36 of Syracuse Ind apparently overshot the inter section of Highways 169 and 30 A FREAK ACCIDENT claimed the life of Terrance Jobe 23 a college student from Keokuk Jobe was running alongside a moving car Friday night in Chicago when he ap parently stumbled striking his head on tho pavement Richard Prieto 16 Rock Is land 111 drowned in Crystal Lake near DeWitt Sunday evi r   

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