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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Daily Newspaper Edited for Hie ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE vv x The newspaper that makes all N o r t h I o VMJ n s neighbors VOL AtnocUted Preif and United Preit International Full Least MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1940 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Three Didnt follow orders U N boss charged UNITED NATIONS NY The Soviet Union Tuesday ac cused Secretary General Pag Hammarskjold of violating Se curity Council instructions on the Congo It asked the council convene at once to air the charges Egidio Ortona Italian ambas sador who is president of the council this month conferred with other members on the So viet request made in a Jetter to him There was no immediate deci sion on whether to convene the meeting The confusion over who is run ning the Congo was amplified by the withdrawal of United Arab Republic troops from the UN force in the Congo and the ar rival of contesting Congo dele gations here The council went into a brief session Monday afternoon as the situation was getting more in volved and US delegate James J Wadsworth moved quickly for adjournment He expla i n e d afterward There is not much point intalking until you have a sound basis of information on Pauling case in spotlight Court likely to get it By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGaxette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Short of im mediate action by the U S Su preme Court Linus C Pauling nuclear physicist must appear Thursday before a Senate In ternal Security subcommittee to answer a demand for the names of scientists who helped him cir culate petitions against nuclear weapons testing The Pauling case appears des tined sooner or later to wind up before the Supreme Court as such irresistibleforceimmova bleobject riddles usually do these days Linus C Pauling Nobel Prize winning physicist and professor at California Institute of Tech nology insists that he will not disclose the names The subcom mittee equally as firmly has or dered Pauling to produce the names or be charged with con tempt of Congress OF THE VARIOUS postwar con flicts between individual rights and congressional prerog atives in investigations the Pauling controversy appears to come most appropriately under the heading conscience case The subcommittee is looking into the collection by Pauling and others of more than 11000 signatures of scientists in 49 nations on petitions asking the end of nuclear weapon tests The petitions were presented to the United Nations in 1958 Pauling on June 21 refused to supply the names of scientists who actually helped him collect the signatures He offered names of those to whom he wrote soliciting help on the ground that people who receive letters arent answerable for what is written But as a mat ter of conscience as a matter of morality as a matter of jus tice he will not disclose the other names the subcommittee wants Pauling in his appearance be fore the subcommittee in June did not avail himself of the Fifth Amendment or any other consti tutional privilege Generally con sidered a political leftwinger he has nevertheless denied knowing anything about Com munist activities and has said he has signed nonCommunist af fidavits many times SEN THOMAS J Dodd D Gonn who is conducting t h e hearings as acting chairman of the subcommittee said on June 21 that it was not interested in the merits of nuclear testing What does concern the group he said is whether some of t h e antitesting propaganda was Communistinspired Pauling on July 12 said that theJune hearing had only a little reference to Communism He withholds the disputed names he says for fear of re prisals against these believers in the democratic process The U S Court of Appeals on Sept 6 unanimously refused Paulings request for a stay of the subcommittee hearing slated for Sept 15 Paulings attorney had contended that the order to bring the names to the subcom mittee deprived him of freedoms of conscience speech press and assembly under the First Amendment It was also argued that the order violated the Fourth Amendment guarantee against illegal searches and wiiurei N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES has formally invited President Eisenhower to complete his goodwill visit there either before or after he leaves the White House next January High sources said it appeared most likely Eisenhower would accept the invitation sometime after Jan 20 when he steps out of office j Eisenhower signed into law the bill setting up anew federalstatepro gram to help pay medical expenses of needy persons over 65 Estes Kefauver DTenn accused a major drug firm Parke Davis Co of try ing to get the government to water down a re quired danger warning on use of the antibiotic drug chloromycetin Harry L Loynd president of the firm immediately denied the charge Eisenhower signed a new law barring deceptive practices in the radio and television industry The law is an outgrowth of last years House investigations into quiz show rig ging and side payments to disc jockeys to plug rec ords FAIR North Iowa Fair through Wed nesday Lows Tuesday night 4852 Warmer Wednesday highs 7579 Iowa Fair through Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 4852 Warmer Wednesday highs 70s southeast to 8085 northwest Further outlook Fair and mild Thursday Minnesota Continued clear and cool Highs Wednesday near 75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 65 Minimum 43 At 8 am 55 High winds aloft affect mercury Waves of cool air continue to sweep over Iowa and bring un seasonably low temperatures to the state for this time of year The Weather Bureau said Tuesday that cool fronts have been moving rapidly for the last several days because of rather strong northerly winds aloft Every time temperatures start to rise a little the bureau said another cool front crosses the state and puts an end to the warming trend Injuries are fatal to Ackley man 26 WATERLOO m Marvin Abbes 26 Ackley injured in a tractor accident here last Satur day died Monday night He was a tractor driver for the John Deere Tractor Works experi mental farm which to speaR The rival factions in the Congo government each sent delega tions One faction headed by Foreign Minister Justin Bom boko represented President Jo seph Kasavubu The other group headed by Thomas Kanza the Congos delegate designate to the UN represents Premier Patrice Lumumba IT WAS TOO SOON to see clearly what the UAR with drawal will mean President Gamal Abdel Nasser sent about 500 paratroopers to the Congo two weeks ago A UAR spokesman in Cairo accused the UN of violating the Congos sovereignty last weekend by taking over Congolese airports and radio broadcasting stations At LeopOldville Congo how ever the UN relaxed its re strictions on airports and broad casting Tuesday and Kasavubu sought quickly to gain the upper hand via the radio Congolese soldiers loyal to the stocky usually phlegmatic Con go president surrounded the Leopoldville radio station short ly after the UN ban on politi cal broadcasts was lifted THE RADIO station had been Premier Patrice Lumumbas first objective after he was re leased from a brief internment Monday Lumumba was deposed offi cially as premier eight days ago by Kasavubu order but has held onto the job Kasavubu said Lumumba is in hiding but we will find him for the good of the country The best available explana tion of Lumumbas release from arrest Monday was that he had convinced his army captors that he already had resigned as premier and therefore they had no reason to hold him fur ther When he left his captors he paraded through the streets shouting Victory He tried to gain access to the radio station but failed On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 8910 Sports 1314 Latest Markets16 Mason City News 1617 Clear Lake News 181920 North Iowa News 21 Farm Town Living Pullout Section SEEK ASYLUM GRAZ Austria UP A Yugo slav military plane landed Tues day at a civil airport and its two occupants asked for political asylum THEY ALL TURNED John Kennedy and Sen Lyndon Johnson ride in an open conveitible as they are driven from San Antonios airport to Offer by Demo candidate AP Photofax speak downtown in front of the Alamo This crowd of nuns and students was at curbside when they passed Incarnate Word College Nixon goes to defense of Kennedy on religion issue FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Vice President Richard M Nixon said Tuesday he does not anticipate any situation in vhich either he or Sen John T Kennedy would have to re iign the presidency because of i conflict of conscience over re igion or any other issue The GOP presidential candi date tolda San Francisco news jonference launching a whirl wind second day of his western campaign that Kennedys own offer to take such action should be accepted by everyone I respect his statement anc I think it could be accepted without further question Nixon declared Kennedy a Roman Catholic Monday night assured pre dominantly Protestant Texas he NIXON KENNEDY never would submit to pressure rom the Vatican He was hope ul but not confident he had tilled the religious issue Kennedy told the greater Houston Tex Ministerial As ociation he would resign the presidency before he would violate his conscience or the national interest on any issue including birth control divorce gambling and other matters on which the Catholic Church holds strong views Under sometimes c r i t i c a questioning the Democrat nominee said he would tell his THE MORNING AFTER DONNA Port Edgewood RI looked like a shambles Tuesday morning after being smashed hard by Hurricane Donna Finger piers ripped apart And AP Ptratotoc several large boats sank at their moor ings The large white boat in fore ground is the Ardea and belongs to B A Dario managing director of Lin coln Downs Race Track in Lincoln RI AP Photofax PROBER Lt Gen Joseph F Carroll has been assigned by the Defense Department to investigate the defection to Russia of two National Secur ity Agency employes He is in spector general of the Air Force and a former FBI man billion dollars Twenty of deaths were in the United States Donna headed out of the United States Monday night moving on a northnortheasterly course out of Maine toward the Maritime provinces The US Weather Bureau at Boston said Donna had lost her hurricane winds and forecast further de crease in intensity The hurricane born in the Caribbean Sea over a week ago bulged with 135 mph winds as it raked the Leeward Islands Puerto Rico Cuba Florida and No one showed up to vote at precinct in Ames AMES cost a vote to hold a school board election in one precinct here Monday night The polling place was set up in the transmitter location of radio station KASI on the out skirts of town and the road is in pretty bad shape Four election judges showed up and were paid a total of for their work A grand total of 4 votes were cast in the the four election judges Nobody else showed up Truck collides with train iowan killed MISSOURI VALLEY ert Keif 25 Atlantic was killed Monday when the truck he was driving collided with an Illinois freight train near here NEW POLICY NASHVILLE Tenn Highway patrolmen equipped with walkietalkie radios are riding Tennessee school buses to report motorists who fail to stop when the buses pick up or dis charge children State Safety Di rector Greg ORcar said Tuesday the program will continue through the school year Donna blows out to sea Damage heavy BOSTON Donna went into history Tuesday aft er a relentless march up the Atlantic Coast which spread terror death and destruction from the Leeward Islands to Maine The grim toll stood at 135 known dead scores missing thou sands homeless and property damage estimated at nearly a the Atlantic England President seaboard to New Eisenhower desig nated sections of Florida a ma jor disaster area Gov Leroy Collins informed the President that the Florida Keys the cen tral part of the state and coastal regions had sustained extensive damage When Donna roared ashore near Bridgeport Conn Mon day afternoon she quickly lost intensity and by early evening had become just a slashing windwhipped rain storm The wind velocity dropped quickly to about 75 mph although Blue Hill observatory near Bos ton reported gusts to 140 mph Wounds fatal to county attorney SIOUX CITY UP George D Pappas 32 assistant Woodbury County attorney died Tuesday of wounds suffered when at tacked by a man in his private office last Wednesday Pappas had been stabbed in the abdomen and said Gust Drosos shot Police 65 attacked Pappas apparently as the out growth of a disputed will case two years ago Drosos had been charged with assault with intent to murder A preliminary hearing has been set for Sept 15 SAME Black Means Traffic Death in Past 21 Hours hurch it was acting improperly if it ever tried to exert pres ure he considered wrong The session was televised cross Texas where the pulpit pposition of some Protestant ministers has made Kennedy earful o losing the states 24 electoral votes But the candi date forecast I know Texas is going Democratic In Washington Democratic National Chairman Henry Jack son called on Nixon to repudi ate by name Dr Norman Vincent Peale and his Protest ant associates who oppose Ken nedy on religious grounds Jackson said Nixon had no honorable alternative PEALE WAS spokesman for about 150 Protestant clergymen and laymen who declared last iveek that a Roman Catholic president would be under heavy pressure to align US policies vith those of the Vatican Former President Harry S Truman said he was pleased hat Nixon and Kennedy had expressed a desire to end the discussion of religion in the campaign Truman said the est way to deal with the ques ion of Kennedys Catholic faith vas to stop talking about it at nce Nixons doctor reported that he vice presidents 15hours of crosscountry campaigning Mon day first day of a 15state our caused no pain or dam age to the candidates recently nfected left knee THE GOP nominee took off rom Friendship Airport near Baltimore with the good wishes if President Eisenhower promised to conduct a high evel campaign and to build on he record of the Eisenhower dministration He made stops at Indianapolis and Houston be ore halting for the night in San Francisco In San Francisco Nixon dedi cated the 15000 ton 230bed ood will hospital ship S S Hope The GOP vice presidential candidate Henry Cabot Lodge old Ohio Republican convenj ion delegates in Columbus that Vixon was the best man for the Vhite House because he had rich experience penetrat ng resilient intelligence deep devotion to American deals Whazza matter hufficer A dime tor 60 winks DES MOINES vacant carpark slot isnt exactly the place to takt a nap even if youvt paid for the time Thats the view of Patrolman Tony Mihalovich and made it stick A Des Moines pedestrian had the idea for the nap Monday afternoon He put his money in the meter carefully spread newspapers along the edge of the sidewalk and stretched out for 40 winks Enter Tony everybodys friend in Des Moines and the winner of a community serv ice award a couple of years back Tony said to himself in effect He cant do that But he lifted the hat which covered the mans face and inquired about the mans well being The man said he was just tired Tony listened sympathetical ly to the mans argument about a citizens rights a free coun try undisturbed peace and his rent payment But Tony wasnt convinced Enter a cab driver Tony explained that the pe destrian was quite tired per haps from hoisting few beers and observed that the man might rest better at homt The cabbie agreed to take the man home But man still was reluctant to ac cept the invitation What about his dime That was easy for Tony just fished a out of hit own pocket and gave it to the man and there the dialogue ended
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