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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited VOL J8 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Fun Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 11 1960 it Copy Paper of Ponr OM Na 251 U N chief to lead troopers K into Kennedy because Backers give their reasons By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J What reasons do rank and file Amer ican voters who say they would today cast their ballots for Sen John FKennedy give for doing so To find out the answer to this allimportant question inter viewers asked that question of all those in the survey who said they would vote for Kennedy if the election for president was held today Results of the survey show that four reasons are upper most on the minds of all those who say they would vote today for Kennedy 1 HES A North Iowa Fair with slowly rising temperatures through Friday Low Thursday night 54 to 58 High Friday 80 to 84 Iowa Fair through Friday slowly rising temperatures low Thursday night in the 50s High Friday in the 80s Out look for and a little warmer GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 78 Minimum 50 At 8 am 68 YEAR AGO Maximum 88 Minimum 65 fer a Democrat vote straight Democrat always vote Demo crat believe in Democratic party principles 2 Kennedys a good man Hes a pretty good man hes the better man hes the right man seems to be aU right hes a fine man 3 Kennedys more capable Hes better qualified have more confidence in his judg ment hes got the qualifica tions should be able to do a better job 4 Just dont like Nixon Dont like some of things Nixon did More than three out of every five who say they would vote today for Democratic candid ate Kennedy named one of the above four as the reason for doing so NEXT MOST important rea sons judging by the number of mentions are 5 The Democrats are more for the workingman more for thepoor better for the worker 6 Hes done a good job in whatever offices hes held like way hes acted while in office record in office 7 Like his policies like what Kennedy stands for like his platform 8 Just like him 9 Hes a new face has fresh ideas likes to have a different approach 10 HES YOUNG his age is in his favor OK we need young vigorous president 11 Hes Catholic 12 Hes independently weal thy and have to cater to anybody 13 Hes honest and straight forward 14 Its time for a change Following are some verbatim comments that sum up the thinking of many Kennedy voters Im a Democrat Kennedy is better able to govern the country to lead us Hes got the qualifications LIKE HIM better dont like Nixon I like his policies and ideas and I prefer Democrats Hes the better man More confidence in his judg ment Hes new hes a fresh face Hes a Democrat and inde pendently wealthy wont have to cater to unions I like way he has acted in government very capable good reputation conscien tious Im a Democrat I dont like some of things Nixon did as vice president Hes straight forward doesnt pull punches Rather have a Democrat Democrats are for poor peo ple Republicans are for the rich Nest week interviewers will report on why people will vote for Nixon N ews in a utshell FROM ODE WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON White House announced that Air Force Gen Na F Twining midway in his second term as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is plan ningto retire No date has been set WASHINGTON Senate finance commit tee held a closeddoor session to speed work on a House passed bill carrying a key provision of medical benefits for citizens over 65 HOLLYWOOD Mae Murray 71 onetime beauty of Broadway and the silent screen is ser iously ill in a hospital following a stroke Premier in warning of trouble Appeal made by Lumumba UNITED NATIONS N Y Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold raced to the Congo Thursday to personally lead a U N task force of Swedish troops into secessionist Katanga Province The secretary general had as surance from Katangas chief of state Moise Tshombe that his force of 300 Swedish soldiers and two generals would be re ceived in an orderly manner when they come Friday Tshombe dropped his threat to wage war on UN troops enter ing Katanga to replace Belgian forces after the U N Security Council pledged they would be used only for police duties and keep hands off his row with the central Congo government of Premier Patrice Lumumba The Katanga premier tried to put conditions on the U N action POWERS PARENTS LEAVE FOR MOSCOW Their faces lined with apprehension Oliver W Pow ers of Pound Va and his wife Ida are shown at New Yorks Idlewild Airport preparatory to flying to London They are en route to Moscow where their son Francis Gary Powers American U2 pilot is slated to go on trial next week on espionage charges Both Nixon Kennedy playing mm ff second fiddle to Sen Johnson SOU T H A M P T 0 N England A seamens strike spread through British ports and the liner Queen Mary was forced to postpone bailing for New York JUNEAU Alaska Top state officials urged Alaskans to forget their differences and work to gether again as mounting these and Tshombe acceded HAMMARSKJOLDS mission is to speed the withdrawal of the 7500 Belgian troops who are now patrolling the mineralrich provl ince The Belgians said they would remove their soldiers when they could be sure the UN forces could protect the 12000 Belgian civilians still in Katanga The secretary general took off for Leopoldville at am in a special Boeing 707 jet put at his disposal by President Eisen hower when commercial trans port was not readily available Tshombe warned Hammar skjold however that the pres ence of a U N force here could cause troubles provoked by enemies of the state Tshombe said in his message that there Is a generalized un easiness among the whole popu lation WASHINGTON Presi r e j e c t e d dent Richard M Nixon and Sen John F Kennedy apparently are having difficulty shaking off some old political habits In a week in which Washing ton has blazed with partisan fireworks the two presidential nominees have shown such def erence to their old bosses that they have been edged temporar ily out of the command lime light Nixon the Republican stand ardbearer has waved aside suggestions that he strike out on lis own and will follow President Eisenhowers leadership during the summer Congress session Kennedy has kept hands off to let his running mate Majority Leader Lyndon B Johnson o Texas manage the Democratic show in a Senate where politics seems to take precedence over almost everything else Kennedy did take the lime Junior Apalachin crime school uncovered in Brooklyn tenements light Wednesday night with a major speech on behalf of the minimum wage bill he is seek ing to push through He also has issued a number of statements on his stand on various subjects But Johnson is calling the shots in the overall battle of the returns from Tuesdays primary election nailed the lid tighter on the cof fin of a proposal to move the state capital from Juneau On the inside 2Minute Mystery Page 3 Editorials5 Society News 78 Latest 10 Mason City News1011 Clear Lake News 13H Sports 1516 North Iowa News17 PAY RAISES OKAYED AMES UPI Almost one per of the 3381 employes of the State Highway Commission have received payroll increases ranging from to month effective Aug 1 SAME AT LEOPOLDVILLE mean while Premier Patrice Lu mumba appealed for national unity in the wake of antigov ernment rioting in the Congo capitals native quarter Steelhelmeted Congolese po lice marched in close formation through the sprawling native city They held rifles and tom myguns ready while long billyclubs dangled on their hips Information Minister Anicet Kashamura blamed the riot on members of the Abako party a powerful political group cen tered in the Leopoldville area and headed by Congo President Joseph Abako leaders advocate more control for local government than Lu mumba envisions for the Congo Car leaves highway Iowa man is victim WALNUT Chris tiansen 31 Harlan was killed instantly Thursday when his car went out of control and plunged into a ditch on Iowa 83 about 1 miles west of here The acci dent apparently occured about 4 am but the body was no found until more than three hours later by passing motor ists Carrier destroyer collide off coast SAN DIEGO Calif UP The carrier Bennington and the de stroyer Edwards collided Wed nesday during refueling opera ions 175 miles off the California coast the Navy said Thursday A spokesman said there were no injuries Both vessels were dam aged the carrier slightly the destroyer extensively the Navy announced NEW YORK WA junior Apalachin crime school di rected by top mobsters and operating from the haunts of the old Murder Inc gang has been smashed by Brooklyn po lice At least one teenager was slain in gangland style by the youthful syndicate as an ob ject lesson to informers defec tives say Police swooped down on homes in Brooklyn and Queens in predawn raids Wednesday They arrested 22 persons ac cused of belonging to the crime school gang and charged them with a series of burglaries that netted a half million dollars over a twoyear period Students in the school took lessons from established mobsters in murder as well as theft police said Deputy Chief Inspector Ray mond V Martin added This was a junior Apalachin group being groomed for future ac tivities in the crime syndi cate He said the investigation is continuing and should turn up some very big names in the following weeks The reference to Apala chin recalled the gangland meeting in Apalachin N Y on Nov 14 1957 Of the 60odd men attending the meeting 20 were found guilty in federal court of conspiracy to obstruct justice in not divulging why they were at the conference Murder Inc a murderfor profit mob with headquarters in Brooklyn was smashed al most 20 years ago The crime school gang was uncovered during the investi gation of the gangland murder of a 17yearold Brooklyn boy June 3 Democrats to whip through an ibbreviated session of Congress a legislative program they can jrag about in the campaign NIXONS POSITION is com licated by the fact that Eisen hower has been used to being the boss for years The President made it clear athis news conference Wednes day that he intends to continue to be his own man until his term ends next January He said among other things that while Nixon will be consult ed he alone will make the final decision on which bills passed by Congress to accept anc which to veto Although the vice presiden was instrumental in getting the Republican convention to adop a platform plank calling for an acceleration of the administra tions defense program Eis enhower said Nixon had never made known to him any differ ence of views on this matter HERBERT G KLEIN Nix ons press secretary said the vice president regarded the de cision on this dents Although Eisenhower said he had no objection to Nixons holding press conferences and speaking as freely as he pleased Klein said the vice president has no plans for such conferences Similarly Kennedy has left to Johnson not only the strategy but much of the political in fighting in the Senate session Castro attacks church Hands off he warns HAVANA Fidel Castro Thursday rejected criticism of his government by the Koman Catholic Church asserting that those who condemned his revo lution would be capable of crucifying Christ himself agaia because Christ preached what we are doing In a boiling rage the bearded Prime Minister charged that traitorous clergymen directed by the US Embassy were pro voking his revolution with church demonstrations He also accused the United States of getting Spanish Generalissimo Franco to pressure Spanish priests in Cuba into attacking his regime Shouting waving his arms and giving seeming proof of his announcement that he has com pletely recovered his health Castro spoke for 3Vz hours to a postmidnight labor rally that roared approval of his attacks on the church with shouts in AP Phototax Spanish of out and to the execution wall IT WAS CASTROS first pub le appearance since Cubas Catholic hierarchy in a pastoral letter Sunday warned that com munism is advancing in Cuba The revolutionary leader was as angry as he has ever been n public n He who condemns a revo ution like this one betrays Christ Castro rasped They are not only traitors to Christ but to their people and to the fatherland He issued a veiled warning hat his government would re taliate if the church does not halt its criticism CASTRO ATTACKED the scribes and pharisees who did not raise a voice to protest against the crimes of Dictator Fulgencio Batista the scribes who wore photographed with the the children of the tyrant Some of the churchs highest ranking prelates baptized Ba tistas children but at least one leading Catholic prelate the Most Rev Enrique Perez Seran tes archbishop of Santiago once intervened to save Castros life from a Batista fking squad The church is a powerful influ ence in Cuba where nearly 85 per cent of the population is Catholic Many of them the church admits are Catholics in name only Defense research chief has attack WASHINGTON CUPI Dr Herbert F York 38yearold Defense Department research chief suffered a heart attack iast weekend and will be away rom his post several weeks York third ranking civilian in he Pentagon entered Walter Reed Army Medical Center for observation last Sunday His condition was described as sat sfactory and improving daily PARLEY SET NEW YORK Roosevelt will be on hand in Warsaw Poland when 30 dele gations of 51 countries who are members of the World Federa ion of United Nations associa ions WFUNA meet Sept 5 hrough Sept 10 ssue as the Presi Little Miss Nobody is remembered in death AMERICA HERE I AM Charlie Skinner Rogers bursts forth with a Seoul Korea Charlie Rogers wasLong nappy grin as hegreets his new par Tae Bpk back in Korea where over a ents Sgt Maj and Mrs Emi Rogers year ago Sgt Rogers took a shine to and his new sister Emily Nan 8 after him and started adoption proceedings a sixday trip by plane and bus from Now the boy PRESCOTT Ariz UP1A community that knew her only in death sorrowfully buried an unidentified little girl Thursday In a voice choked with emo tion Dr Charles Franklin The tot was found half buried in the Arizona Desert south of Prescott July 31 She is believed to have been be tween 6 and 8 years old but her identity and cause of death remains a mystery A 0 campaign for funds to Parker of the Congregational provide a decent burial was Church told more than 70 spearheaded by Dave Palla Prescott residents attending din an announcer at Prescott radio station KYCA and the girl became known as Little Miss Nobody But a card on her small cas ket bore this inscription the service Somewhere someone is watching to learn what hap pened to a little girl left on the desert If there has been a misdeed probably a dis quieted conscience will go on and on Gods iitQe child date of birth unknown date of death unknown   

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