Mason City Globe Gazette, August 30, 1960

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 30, 1960

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1960, Mason City, Iowa Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North I owans neiqhbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 30 1960 7o Copy Tlila Paper Consists of Two Jim Crow vanishing No 27 on campus Race religious barriers raised By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Fraternities at Dartmouth College have until Thursday to eliminate nationally imposed racial or religious membership barriers or forfeit recognition by the college Dead line for similar action at Wil liams College is Sept 15 Thus Jim Crow is slowly be ing nudged off college and uni versity campuses especially in New England home of some of the nations oldest and ordinar ily most traditionbound institu tions The initiative largely has been coming from students themselves often with the good wishes if not active support of faculties administrative offi cials trustees THE DRIVE TO get rid of na tional rules limiting fraternity membership aimed usually against Jews and Negroes but in some groups barring all but white Protestant Christians is old enough to have attracted the fathers of some of todays under graduates a quarter of a century ago But feelings began to be come intense after World War II under the influence of large numbers of veterans some of them from nonsegregated com bat outfits who entered the na tions colleges under the G I Bill of Rights Some developments of the past two years indicate how the trend has accelerated In his last official opinion as Cal ifornias attorney general Ed mund G Pat Brown now gov THOSE GIRLS AT IT Jack Ken nedy beat out Henry Cabot Lodge in the Massachu setts senate race a few years ago Lodge blamed his defeat in part on those darn Boston tea parties conducted by Kennedys mother sisters and sisters AP Pholofax inlaw Some of those girls are at it again this time in Dallas Tex as they start a round of ladies coffees Left to right are Mrs Robert Kennedy Mrs Robert Sargent Shriver Jr the Senators sister and Mrs Lyndon Johnson wife of Jacks running mate ernor on Jan 2 1959 ruled that statesupported institutions could not subsidize by supplying land or buildings fraternities that restricted membership on racial or religious grounds Sig ma Phi Epsilon formerly for white males of Christian birth on Sept 5 1959 voted to remove all restrictions on race or creed On minimum wage legislation WASHINGTON Wl House conferees turned down Tuesday a proposal advanced by sena tors as a basis for compromis ing their differences over mini mum wage legislation Sen John F Kennedy of Mas sachusetts heading the Senate conferees said this dimmed chances for a final agreement on any bill Kennedy the Democratic presidential nominee said the attitude of the majority of the House conferees appeared to be The House bill or nothing The Republican leader Ever the Senate conferees told a re porter the afternoon meeting should tell the story as to whether it will be possible to strike a compromise Sen Winston L Prouty RVt advanced the proposal that Senate conferees offered to ac xjvciociidLt Lujutiueb uiiereu to ac ett M Dirksen of Illinois one oflcept but House conferees re BENJAMIN EPSTEiN execu live director of the AntiDefama tion League of Bnai Brith on Sept 25 1959 predicted that ex clusion of Jews by college fra ternities will virtually disap p e a r as an official practice within two years Conversely Herbert E Tucker Jr assist ant Massachusetts attorney gen eral on Dec 27 1959 warned the four major Negro college Alpha Psi Omega Psi Phi Phi Beta Sigma and Alpha Phi Alpha to do al they could to attract whites for fear of eventual competition from the wellestablished white groups Deans of 323 American col leges on record against racial and religious restrictions on fra ternity membership By way of reply Roland Maxwell chair man of the National Interfra ternity Conference three days later called on college adminis trators to avoid pressuring fra ternities to force changes in membership standards Grid schedule on page 13 Whos playing where and when Another goround of col legiate football is fast ap proaching By turning to page 13 GlobeGazette readers can have the entire season at their fingertips The schedule lists playing dates and locations of all the major colleges and univer sities in the country On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 5 Society News 67 Sports 1M2 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Farm News 17 North Iowa News 20 JULPi WATERTOWN NY I Here is the twoyear story on some representative campuses DARTMOUTH AND Williams fraternities have to supply ade quate assurances this month that their national chapters do not tolerate racial or religious membership barriers or local ie disaffiliate Of 24 fraternities at Dartmouth only three remain affected Delta Tau Delta Sigma Nu and Phi Gamma Delta Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Chi have disaffiliated as a result of the rule Of Wil liams 15 fraternities 13 have given adequate assurances Phi Delta Theta and Phi Gamma Delfa are going local The University of California faculty has given fraternities un til Sept 1 1964 to rid themselves of prejudicial membership rules The last of Wesleyans five na tional fraternities went local in December Wisconsin Universitys faculty in March gave Sigma Chi 11 months to abolish a discrimina tory clause in its constitution The University of Pennsyl vania in May ordered its Sigma Chi Alpha Tau Omega and Sigma Nu chapters to end their membership bias Delta Phi at Trinity in the same month voluntarily relin quished its national tics police are seeking a thief who drove off with a jeep from Camp Drum The jeeps distinguish ing mark is a red plate with two silver insignia of a major general ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES AMMAN Jordan KinfiHussein apparently held firm control of Jordan despite the assassination of Premier Hazza Majali The young king quickly named Bahjat el Talhouni veteran chief of the royal cabinet to succeed Majali US and Britain have reached agreement in principle on new terms for the use of British bases by American planes It was understood that Britain will be given a bigger say in the use of the bases especially on the dispatch of American planes from these bases for reconnaissance missions close to the Iron Curtain missing employes of the National Security Agency presumed to have defect ed to the Soviet Union last month were reported to have taken valuable cryptographic information with them ELIZABETHVILLE Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba is facing a new challenge in Kasai prov ince where his soldiers were reported battling tribal TITO ViOrilJinrv n 11 n ri i rt 11 i 4 n n 4L TT XT jeeted at the morning session It contained a formula to bring about coverage of 3100 000 new workers compared with four million in the Senate bill and 1400000 in the House version The compromise did not con tain anything on the minimum wage figure But Kennedy said it was understood that if the coverage formula was accepted his side would agree to a wage floor THE SENATE bill sponsored DV Kennedy calls for an in crease in the present floor to 125 in three steps The House measure fixes SI 15 minimum The House also faced a deci sion on what to do about a Sen dte voted increase in foreign aid unds which could provide an other disagreement delaying ad journment of the postconvention session of Congress The minimum wage and for eign aid legislation were the two chief stumbling blocks in the way of a quick windup of the August session SOME LEGISLATORS were hoping for final adjournment by Racial violence renewed Fire bombs are tossed ttj THK ASSOCIATE 1KKSS Violence flared Tuesday de spite emergency police powers ordered to curb the racial out breaks that have plagued Jack sonville Fla with fire bomb ings and shootings The first death of the current trouble came when policemen returned gunfire at a car car rying two Negroes which crashed into a utility pole In Buford Ca 25 mile northeast of Atlanta a rod throwing racial fight Monda night brought about the arre of two dozen white youths an about an equal number of N groes THE OUTBREAK came a New Orleans looked toward UJ Dist Judge J Skclly Wright ft a decision on a pica for dcla in his orders to integrate th citys first grades and as Del ware school authorities wer under court order to speed u integration of their schools The Negro man killed i Jacksonville was not identificc Police officers who fired at th car in which he was riding sail he had not been shot A com panion identified as Willi Green 44 of Jacksonville sai he did not know the dead man They met in a bar and decide to ride around and raise hell Green told police An attendant at a service sta tion fired upon by the Negroe narrowly escaped death A bul let hit a pistol in his pocket anc then punctured a can of oil in the pocket FIRE BOMBS kerosene filled glass bottles were thrown at a number of stores causing damage estimated ai Several failed to explode or burned harmlessly outside the establishments The new outbreaks in Jack sonville came despite emergen cy police powers invoked by Mayor Haydon Burns He banned street gatherings of more than four persons and un necessary auto traffic following fights and vandalism over the weekend Burns refused official sanc tion of a request from the Jack sonville Ministerial Alliance for a biracial committee to iron out the troubles He said such com mittees in other towns have re sulted in integration The Georgia incident began CHANCE of RAIN North Iowa Partly cloudy through Wednesday Scat tered showers and thunder storms Tuesday night lows COG7 Highs Wednesday 85 89 Scattered showers and Nixons feeling In hospital for 2 weeks Iowa thunderstorms north aml WASHINGTON W widely scattered Diehard M Nixon r kvttiviv u 11 u j iv j i n i v i crs south Tuesday night cooas hospitalized Monday for cr north lows north to njtrcalmcnt an infected knee Ho uill o i n in tl extreme south Partly110 Wll rcmain clou d y Wednesday Uvo the hospital lower 80s northeast to near 0 southwest Further Partly cloudy with above nor mal temperatures Thursday Minnesota Nixon was reported Tuesday io be in good spirits and feeling fine The Republican National Committee said Nixon still has no lever or other complications Scattered showers ir 1 He s never been sick with Highs Wednesday in 80s it an aide said GlobcGi7ette weather data up Herb G Klein Nixons press to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 79 Minimum no At 8 am 70 YEAR AGO Maximum 85 Minimum G7 Big hassle DETROIT are going to find it tough to raise a family in suburban Lincoln Park Puppy dogs may be taken secretary announced that the Republican presidentiai nomi nee had gone to Walter Reed Hospital after tests showed his left knee was infected with he molitic staphylococcus aureus Tluits the same germ that causes boils carbuncles and swollen hangnails NIXON FIRST went to tha hospital last Saturday At that time fluid was removed from his knee for laboratory tests He had injured the knee on a cur door during a campaign trip to Greensboro NC AUK 37 Since that time Nixon has been bothered by a pain in the knee He told reporters earlier in the day that the skin had been broken and a lump had formed on his knee Klein said the attending doc Raymond Scalettar ot ho Waller Reed department of away from their mothers and medicine and Dr John B Blair adult dogs may have to di vorce their mates The city council yearlong hassle over the prob lem voted fii Monday to adopt an ordinance banning more than one dog per home The council chambers were filled to overflowing with pro testing dog lovers But they lost out and hid o go home to break he bad news to their pels The ordinance was adopted chief of rec ommended that the vice preso rt remain in the hospital about two weeks THIS IS A precautionary measure to avoid any perma icnl damage to his knee iKlein said Klein said hat this will wipa lout all of Nixons campaign dales until about Sept 12 Nixon had planned a big round of campaigning during me ordinance was adopted U1 uuinij4 according to councilman j0 Ife next weeks and the hospital seph Knowlcs because of a continuing problem with noise md offensive odors created y dogs will be a severe blow to his political plans Sen John F Kennedy D Nixons White House Jy 1 j o juLt Jiu u 3C Broken down Lincoln Park expressed his las pel owners with one j sympathy in a telegram to log 753 with two dogs 19 with iNlxonHe voiced hope for Nix hree dogs three with four ims recovery and said dogs I wo with five dogs and jlle ookccl forward to seeing one with six dogs on the campaign trail when Negroes reportedly hurlec stones at cars occupied by white youths on the main street of the small community SO SOLLY BILLERICAY England UPI Chinese waiter Shing Ah Cheung told magistrates Monday he couldnt identify six men ac cused of passing a forged pound note in the restaurant where Shing works because all you T j ikj WA o LliUd1 j warriors backing the secessionist move there UN jJhaJcM Rte forces meanwhile planned to take over control of P Belgiums big Kamina military base in adjoining Ka Wednesday night but most lead ers privately forecast Thursday or Friday night The House completed action English people look alike on a bill to outlaw payola riggec elevision quiz shows and other broadcasting abuses By voice vote two Senate amendments were adopted and the bill sent u vv J u l rjj A UUJJS I 14 The dogs did get one break formally opens his in the ordinance When a dog lcaniPaiSn Saturday produces u litter of pups the owner has a fourmonths grace period to get rid of them or pay an extra fee and get the neighbors to accept them if they can DIES AT 69 CAPE TOWN South Africa Lady Mary Bail ey 69 champion pioneer avia Loses 2nd husband at same junction TORONTO OP Three years ago Alice Wildes husband was killed when the fire truck he was driving crashed Monday her second husband also a fireman died at the same subur trix and the first woman to fly ban Scarborough intersection across the Irish Sea died Monwhen a fire truck and a gravel day truck collided tanga province But savings returned Leaves in valise then cant find his hotel OAKLAND Calif must have been like an ab sentminded professor said the man who left his life savings in a New York hotel room and then couldnt find his hotel Maxim Radin 79 a barber in California for 50 years was to sail for his native Yugo slavia with his savings in a battered linen valise Radin arrived in New York a week ago Sunday and checked in at the Hotel Ash ley He paid for the two days rent unpacked and went for a walk Then I couldnt find irty way bnck he told newsmen Monday night I couldnt even remember the name of the hotel He wandered around New York for two days looking for the Hotel Ashley He went to police They drove him around until he spotted what he thought was his hotel But what he thought was his room was bare was convinced he had been robbed of his valise containing in travel ers checks in cash in gold pieces a bill of sale for an Oakland apart ment building his passport and steamship tickets The dejected Radian had enough cash in a money belt to fly back to Oakland We had no idea what had happened to him said Mich ael Funk manager of the Hotel Ashley He had told us he was going back to Yugo slavia to die Radin unmarried has no relatives except in Belgrade capital of Yugoslavia Funk took Radins luggage into a storage room and rented the room to Mr and Mrs James Labodie Win netka III and their sons 11 and 13 The boys found the valise under the bed i didnt know people were that honest said Radin when reporters reached him in an Oakland hotel Now Ill start all over again But Charles B Bennett M i ranking Republican on a sub committee that investigated de ceptive radio and TV practices protested that the bill was in adequate and ineffective Attendance at fair ahead of 59 pace DES MOINES Uft A crow estimated at 27058 turned ou for the Iowa State Fair Mon day It had to step ginger through muddy fields created bj the previous nights heavj rains Fair Board Secretarj Lloyd Cunningham said that at tendance is running slightlj ahead of last years despite overcast skies and added he saw no significant difference in night attendance as yet SAME TRAPPED DOZER Jack Simpson Ashland Ky has a bulldozer trapped behind a few strands of barbed wire in his back yard It will stay there Simp son says until someone pays for dam age he claims the machine caused while AP Photofax it was being used on a sewer prpjecf The bulldozers owner wantsthe city to provide rightsofway so it can move the machine The city plans to seek an injunction to force Simpson to remove his barricade ;

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