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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Loase Wlrw MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 23 I960 7c a Copy 1apw ContMs of Two SectloniSectlon Orw No 271 Showdown set on medical care plan Lodge is big asset to Nixon Image on TV not forgotten By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Politics i a changing art For the first time in 100 years the Democrats have taken a senator as their presidentia nominee For the first time in even longer the Republican have taken a sitting vice presi dent as theirs And now perhaps for the firs time ever a vice presidential nominee is disproving an old po litical adage This adage has it that the second man on t h e ticket is driftwood placed there to give the presidential nominee a nice geographical balance or a philosophical counterweight or to pay a campaign debt or to hand the loser in the big race a little something for the history books Henry Cabot Lodge is none of these What is more the evi dence is accumulating that he may be something quite differ ent that rarest of political anij mals a vice presidential inee with a votegetting power quite apart and perhaps even beyond the powers of his run Dingmate FINISHING TOUCHES APPLIED TO POTS OF MULLIGAN STEW Young Doug Lloyd takes a sip as Bill Hammond right stirs PERSONAL BIRTHDAY GREETINGS TO MISS IOWA OF 1960 Sally Neville chats with clown Adolph Bangert NIXON HAD careful polls tak en before he chose Lodge as hi runningmate He came out far ahead of the field He was only one percentage point behind New Yorks Gov Nelson A Rockefeller Lodge it is now perfectly clear is a man who but let the voters of Jackson County Indiana tell it Lodge repeated the house wife when the poller got to the question I sure do think he will help Nixon He might carry Nixon in Why you know I think Lodge is stronger than Nixon And he might get New England for the Republicans In another part of town a self employed man answered the questions When he was asked if Lodge helped or hurt the ticket he said quickly Helps Ive studied Lodge quite a bit Hes my man He understands the Russians better than Nixon or Eisenhower North Iowa Partly cloud Tuesday night and Wednes day Lows Tuesday night 63 68 Highs Wednesday 8085 owa Mostly fair east Tuesdaj night increasing cloudiness west with scattered showers or thunderstorms northwes by morning Lows Tuesday night in the 60s Wednesday partly cloudy east consider able cloudiness west with scattered showers and thun derstorms northwest and ex treme west turning cooler ex treme northwest highs near 80 extreme northeast to the lower 90s southwest Further outlook Scattered thunder showers Wednesday night Partly cloudy and cooler Thursday Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers No temperature change THE REPORTER moves on down the quiet afternoon street drives into the country and stops at one farm after another more than not the answer is the same Lodge is experi enced with the Russians and would make an excellent vice president He has in a word a maximum positive image which is almost entirely due to the television medium Whenever Ambassador Lodge is seen on the screen there standing against him is the Rus sian whenever he says hot there is the Russian shouting cold whenever he wags a fin ger there is a Russian shaking a fist This is the image that week after week for almost eight years has come to the living rooms of America GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 85 Minimum 62 At 8 am 73 Only 11 cases of polio over Iowa DES MOINES Iffl Only 11 polio cases have been reportec in Iowa this year the State Health Department said Mon day The latest was a nonpar alytic case in Jefferson County Three of the 11 cases have been reported in August compared to 115 cases reported in August a year ago By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Staff Writer BRITT Emphasis was on FUN as an estimated 15000 per sons crowded this Hancock County town for the 60th annual Hobo convention Tuesday One of the highlights of the daylong activities was the 24 block parade Featured were floats from nearly every Britt business establishment and high school bands from five North Iowa school districts Britt Cor withWesley Titonka Kanawlia and WodenCrystal Lake An added attraction in the pa rade was the appearance of Miss Iowa of 1960 Sally Neville Davenport The day had special significance for her It was her 18th birthday ews in a utshell FKOM DUE WIKE SERVICES SAN JOSE Costa Rica Secretary of State Christian A Herter warned the Latin Ameri can nations that they not the United States are most menaced by communisms attempt to infiltrate the Western Hemisphere via Cuba THIS IN THE opinion of the personalitymolders is the core of the astonishing vibrancy to Lodges image He always represents good his opponent on the screen always embodies the bad There are some distinct liabil ities in Lodges political posture but in combat with the Russian at the U N most of them are lost in the glow of right versus wrong Lodge may not be the farmers delight when inspecting a pigpen Premier Khrushchev said derisively on his tour here last fall when Lodge picked his way across a pig yard with the careful steps of a ballet dancer that Lodge had undoubtedly never before smelled s u c h a And his supreme self confidence which some politi cians call arrogance may an tagonize people on occasion But these political traits are not much in the election cam paign when compared to the maximum positive image that his bouts at the UN have given him NOT RESIGNING PARIS UP Gen Lauris Nor stad supreme Allied command er in Europe Tuesday denied reports in several British papers that he is resigning RENO Nev Elec tricity returned to west ern Nevada after shift ingwinds slowed forest fires that weary men were unable to hold The winds also cooled debris enough to allow repair men to restore disabled power lines relighting Reno and the Lake Ta hoe resort area WASHINGTON Published reports of se cret state papers say Jo seph Stalin with the approval of former Pres ident Harry S stalled a Japanese peace feeler three weeks before the first atomic bomb de stroyed Hiroshima After the feeler reportedly was made through Moscow the Japanese were form ally asked to surrender and formally rejected the ultimatum before the bomb was dropped ROYALTY CROWNED Glen Haydon Prof Fizzle of KGLOTV crowns Susan Burge Brown Eyed Susan Princess of the Hoboes as David Beeti son King King of the Hoboes watches Haydon acted as master of ceremonies at the corona tion festivities at the National Hobo Day Convention in Britt Tuesday Both Miss Burge 14 and King David 76 are f rom Ashland Neb King David was first elected King of the Hoboes in 1937 There were no candidates for Queen of the Hoboes this year Before the parade two queens got together Miss Neville Iowas queen of beauty con ferred with Boxcar Myrtle French exqueen of the ho boes Miss French was in town not as a candidate for queen but merely as a spectator She now runs Frenchs Information Service at Burlington Last years Queen of the Ho boes Boxcar Betty Link is seriously ill and unable to at tend She did however send John Anderson editor of the Britt NewsTribune a telegram It read Smell stew cooking Love to all hoboes and people Maybe next year Another hobo celebrity unable to attend this years convention is Hobo King Emeritus Hobo Ben Benson Benson wrote the Commercial Club sponsor of the event that poor health would keep him away He did say however Mentally and physi cally Im just fine Sports Bulletin TULSA Ok la n n Casey Johnstone Mason City manytime Iowa champion wonher second round match Tuesday in the National Womens Amateur golf tour nament She defeated Judy Torluemke St Louis 4 and 2 Itll be a big week Melvin is man of hour LACUNA BEACH Calif on e I v i n Miller Peorias Pride Tuesday was the man of the hour in this seasidere sort All kinds of offers to en tertain Me during his week here are coming from Hollywood said Capt Joe Gestson crew cut Ma rine whose milliontoone long distance telephone call led to Melvin Miller Week The saga of Melvin Miller 40 a tractor factory employe began last fall when Gestson and a few of hit cronies from the nearby Camp Pendlftton and El Toro Marina bases de cided to liven up wild Labor Day party with a long dis tance phone call to Any where Gestson 32 a Korea War veteran loves jokes espe ciaHy when they involve a telephone So just for a gag and after being shored up by a few bracers he put in a call to Peoria He wound up talking to Melvin name he picked out of the ajr Melvin thought he was be ing kidded by a Peoria prank ster but he and Gestson chatted emiably Gestson called Miller several times after that and they became long distance buddies Then Gestson thought up Melvin Miller Week The joke caught on among Gest sors funloving friends Soon close to contributions had rolled Melvin soon will be Californiabound From South Bend Ind came an offer to supply all the for the motorcade to meet Melvin at Los An geles Airport Aug 31 From Florida Joe Younce tele phoned Gestson to bring Mel vin to Tallahassee to show that Florida will outdo any thing California can do In Peoria Melvin said I just up trying to fig ure his thing out Mali asks for help of UN PARIS W Modibo Keita premier of the Mali Federation has appealed for immediate UN help to block secession of the West African state of Senegal from the infant federation The appeal sent through Pres ident Sekou Toure of Guinea ac cused France of failing to pro vide troops to preserve the union of Senegal and the for ner French Sudan Keita who s also premier of Sudan called or an emergency meeting of the ecurity Council Premier Mamadou Dia of Senegal who was also vice pre mier of the Mali Federation reclaimed Senegals independ nce from the federation Friday fter a struggle for power with Ceita ONE OF THE most outspoken candidates for King of the Ho boes was Lord James Langford Kansas City One of his cam Royalty named King David Harry Beet ison 76 Ashland was chosen King of the Hoboes at the noon ceremony There was no candidate for queen this year so the hoboes elected a Hobo Princess She is Brown Eyed Susan Susan Burge Also from Ashland Neb she came with King David just to see the the Hobo Con vention paign promises was I will try my best to delay World War HI Another candidate for King of the Boes was King David Har ry Beetison from Ashland Neb King David was first elected in 1937 That was the year Scoop shovel Scotty was unable to make the convention because of a slight misunderstanding with the Cedar Rapids police He spent that convention day in jail LONG BEFORE the twomile long parade got started at 10 a HAMMERSTEIN Songwriter Hammerstein dies at 65 DOYLESTOWN Pa UPtOs car Hammerstein II 65 whose magic lyrics have brought laughter and tears to Americans for 40 years died of stomach cancer Tuesday His death at his beloved coun try home of Highland Farms far from the glitter of Broad way ended one of the brightest careers in theatrical history THE BIG gentle man who penned the words of such songs as 01 Man River Who The Last Time I Saw Paris When I Grow Too Old to Dream Only Make Believe Some Enchanted Evening and June Is Bustin Out All Over died shortly after midnight His lyrical gift helped fashion a brilliant string of musical Hint of a veto by Ike Javits idea voted down WASHINGTON MVThe Sen ate Tuesday turned down A Re publican medical care plaa backed by the partys ial nominee Vice President Richard M Nixon The 6728 rejection of the ts plan cleared the way for the key test later on whether to ac cept a Democratic proposal for a health benefits plan nto the Social Security system A vote on that was set for 6 pm with predictions of a close division THIS FORMULA had the full backing of the Democratic presidential nominee Sen John F Kennedy The GOP proposal called for million in annual federal state grants to help buy healtll insurance protection for persons over 65 Earlier Republicans hinted that President Eisenhower might veto any medical care plan tied into the Social Secur ity program if that is what Congress enacts Senate Republican Leader Ev erett M Dirksen of Illinois talked of a veto after GOP gressional leaders had their regular weekly meeting with Eisenhower DIRKSEN DIDNT quote the President But on the basis ol Eisenhowers previous state ments Dirksen said he might very conceivably disapprove a plan tieing medical care for the aged into the Social Security system On the other hand Dirksen aid Eisenhower probably Mould have approved the Javits roposal He said it contains Tiany of the features Eisen ower has advocated including edcralstate grants to help the ged meet medical bills This proposal was sponsored y Sen Jacob K Javits R as a rival to the Kennedy acked Social Security plan Sen Lyndon B Johnson ol exas the Democratic leader nd party vicepresidential nom nee told newsmen at the Capi ol that even the Javits plan marked an administration move toward the Democratic view SOME DEMOCRATS said as the showdown ap shows that have become popular classics from Rose Marie The Desert Song and Show Boat down through Oklaho ma South Pacific The King and I and currently the Broadway hit The Sound of Mu proached that they could not see how the Kennedybacked proposal could win without votes of several Republicans There is opposition to it from some Southern Democrats The Social Security approach was introduced by Sen Clinton P Anderson DNM Kennedy and other Democrats This plan would extend hospitaliz a t i o ij benefits to persons Over 68 on the Social Security rolls It would be financed by a hike in payroll taxes Both the Javits and son bills were offered as addi tions to a plan approved by the m a gr Brut business men were busy preparing the ingredients for nearly 600 gal lons of Mulligan stew Actual preparations began about 4 am The stew was cooked in 18 30 gallon vats over open charcoal SAME Following coronation festivi ies an Air Circus was held at Sarker Airport southeast of own General chairman of Hobo Day festivities was Norman Lee president of the Britt Commer cial Club Mike McCormick was n charge of stewmaking Loney Eggers was chairman of the pa rade committee SIC Since his collaboration with composer Richard Rodgers in 1942 the names of the two men have become a theatrical tradi tion OKLAHOMA ran on Broad way starting in 1943 for five years and nine record for a musical It became some thing of a folklore itseli and in spired a new school of musical shows By 1960 eight more musicals had been created nearly all of them major triumphs including Carousel Me and Juliet Pipe Dream and Flower Drum Song At his bedside when he died at am were a nurse and two doctors In a room nearby were his wife Dorothy his daughter Mrs PhilipMathias and his sons William and James He had been in a conia since Monday evening Senate Finance Committee to increase federal grants to states which agreed to help old folks not on relief but too poor to pay their medical bills On the inside 2Minute Mystery Page 3 Editorials 4 Society News 91011 Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Clear Lake News 18 Comics 20 Farm News 21 North Iowa News 24 Feguer given delay for arraignment WATERLOO arraign ment of Victor H Feguer 25 St Johns in connection with the kidnapmurder of Dr Edward Bartels Dubuque phy sician was postponed in Federal District Court here Tuesday morning Fefluer was granted delay after he told Judge Henry N Graven that he had acquired a Chicago attorney but needed time to consult with him   

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