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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowag Daily Newspaper Idittd GLO VOL 98 The newspaper that all North lowans PKM and tJnlttd Press Full Lease Wlret MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1960 neighbors I 7c a Paper Consists of Four No 2ft In Minnesota Coya defies party earns Congress bid MINNEAPOLIS UPI Former Rep Coya Knutson Wednesday won the DemocraticFarmer Labor nomination for Congress in Minnesotas 9th District despite intense opposition from her partys leadership Mrs Knutson an exschool teacher and twoterm congress woman downed state Sen Roy Wiseth the DFLs endorsed candidate in a close contest and won a chance to recapture her old congressional seat by her vote in Tuesdays Minnesota pri mary Party leaders including Sen Eugene J McCarthy invaded the sprawling district which embraces the northwest quarter of the state to campaign for Coyas foe I certainly believe in the open primary and Im gratified by the results she said Experts and politicians alike were stunned by her win They had predicted dismal failure for her attempt to beat the picked candidate of the party It was the second time in four years that Mrs Knutson upset party leadership Turnover capital inevitable Many bags being packed By DICK WEST WASHINGTON UPI Al though the elections are still two months off the U S capital al ready is getting ready for the opening of the lame duck sea son I saw signs of it a day or two ago when I was looking at the bulletin board in the cafeteria of the House office building The board was covered with notices of apartments for rent furniture for sale and shareexpense travel to distant places The notices were posted by congressional employes who for one reason or another are mak ing plans to leave town In some cases their bosses are volun tarily retiring from the 1 a w making trade this year leaving them without a patron Others are merely anticipating the worst come November ONE POOR secretary was even offering a wedding gown for sale but I dont suppose that had anything to do with pol itics At any rate the notices are indicative of the massive fruit basketturnover which will take place here after the elections Then the air will be filled with the mournful cries of lame duck congressmen who have been winged by the electorate and must vacate the premises by January Since congressional elections occur every Two years this is a rather common phenomenon It will however be accompanied this year by a relatively rare event a change in administra tion Whatever the outcome of the balloting we will acquire a new president which also means a new cabinet new agency heads and other displacements in the executive branch ACCORDING TO a report pub lished this week only about 1 200 Civil Service jobs will be up for grabs on inauguration day the rest of the 2386000odd fed eral workers being immune from patronage This figure however does not give a complete picture of the migratory chain reaction that takes place when the White House changes tenants In addi tion to the goings and comings of ousted government workers and their replacements there usually is a wholesale reshuffle in the staffs of various business labor and trade organizations which maintain headquarters here The van line industry esti mates that a minimum of from 7000 to 10000 households will be moved from Washington be tween now and January Pre sumably as many or more will be brought in The turnover is expected to be higher if Democrat John F Ken nedy defeats Republican Rich ard M Nixon in their battle to succeed President Eisenhower The theory is that Nixon would be less eager to sweep out cur rent GQP jobholders Either way it probably will be sometime next spring before Uit dust finally settles She was a member of a DFL splinter group that successfully backed Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee against Adlai E Ste venson in the 1956 Minnesota presidential primary after the party brass had backed the for mer Illinois governor MRS KNUTSON blamed her defeat on the famous Coya Come Home letter allegedly authored by her husband Andy aninnkeeper in tiny Oklee The letter begged the 45year old blonde to give up the Wash ington whirl and return to the fireside in little Oklee Mrs Knutson and Andy were sep arated for several months after the election But they reconciled this year and Mrs Knutson announced she wanted to quit homemaking for another crack at lawmakmg Bill Kjeldahl who was Mrs Knutsons administrative assis tant in Congress failed in his bid to tip the party Conrad Hammar Jr DFL endorsee for state treasurer beat Kjeldahl by a twotoone majority VAL BJORNSON veteran Re publican state treasurer was unopposed The KnutsonWiseth struggle was the feature race in a pri mary devoid of interesting clashes Mayor P Kenneth Peterson of Minneapolis coasted to vic tory in the contest for the Re publican nomination for US Senate Peterson making his first statewide race will oppose Sen Hubert H Humphrey in the Nov 8 general election Gov Orville L Freeman Humphreys longtime political associate crushed Belmont Tu disco St Paul artist and will run for a fourth term in No vember Elmer L Andersen was unopposed for the Republi can gubernatorial nomination Indict admiral for smuggling booze into U S WASHINGTON UPI The Justice Department announced Wednesday that retired Adm William L Erdmann has been indicted on charges of smug gling an estimated worth of scotch bourbon gin and as sorted liqueurs into the United States froni Guam Erdmann 57 a muchdecor ated veteran of 36 years in the service retired last April His last post was commander of U S naval forces in the Marianas Islands in the Pacific The four count indictment charges him with bringing 42 cases of untaxed liquor into the port of San Francisco aboard the aircraft carrier Bon Homme Richard in a 3651pound case labeled household effects YETH THIR LONDON frozen food distributing company here Wednesday advertised its prod uct as the finest food you ever thaw New strategy Ike will beat K to podium WASHINGTON UK Presi dent Eisenhower decided Wednesday to beat Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to the punch and address the United Nations General As sembly before Khrushchev speaks there The White House announced that Eisenhower will go to New York Thursday Sept 22 to address the General As sembly THIS DATE would put Eis enhower well ahead of the Soviet premier in the speak ing list under United Nations procedure There was no immediate in dication when Khrushchev will get his turn but it was thought probably that he will not make his speech until after Eisenhower returns to Washington Eisenhowers decision marked a sudden shift in plans presumably dictated by an administration desire to prevent Khrushchev from stealing the propaganda spot light unchallenged THE PREVIOUS adminis tration plan was for Eisen hower to go before the Gen eral Assembly some two or three weeks after Khrushchev left New York thus avoiding any prospect of a facetoface meeting Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter was to have been the top US spokesman with the task of replying from day to day to any Khrushchev propaganda attacks and boasts about Soviet scientific and military might This administration strat egy however was known to have worried British authori ties who felt com petition was needed to coun ter the impact of Khrush chevs words around the world particularly in neutral countries 60day loss of drivers license now in effect DES MOINES ff Routine suspension of drivers license for lowans who run afoul of the states traffic point system has been increased from 30 to 6C days meaning they must wait longer to get back their driving privileges We felt the 30day suspension in routine cases was too soft said Brian Connell director of the state drivers li cense division On the inside Society NewsPages 9101112 Clear Lake News 16 Sports 1920 North Iowa News 21 Mason City News 2425 Latest Markets25 Editorials 32 Comics 33 NO COMMENT NEW YORK UP Former President Harry S Truman wasf noncommittal Wednesday on mounting speculation that he might be appointed to the Sen ate to succeed Sen Thomas C Hennings DMo who died Tues day SAME DATIIUf441 Limits also placed on Castros visit to N Y WHATTA FROG Vickie Lynn 5 daughter of Mr and Mrs John Mihalakis Dubuque tries to strike up a conversa tion with a onepound frog caught near Milan 111 and brought to Dubuque by a bait firm for display purposes In cidentally the frog did not say a just croaked AP Photofax Red defector tells about attack plan WASHINGTON ff Capt Ni kolai Fedorovich Artamonov a defected Soviet naval officer testified Wednesday that Soviet Russia has been preparing for a surprise nuclear attack on the United States since 1955 The 32yearold Russian said that despite Soviet Premier Ni kita S Khrushchevs public dec larations favoring disarmament Soviet military forces have been under orders to be ready to touch off an immediate nuclear attack on this country ARTAMONOV decorated com mander of a Soviet naval de stroyer until he escaped to the West in June 1959 gave this testimony to the House Com mittee on UnAmerican Activi ties I believe that the Soviet dic atorsnip would undertake a surprise attack if she felt she could win in one stroke he said MAKE NO are lower seekers not political idealists Khrushchev does not wish to wait indefinitely for the United States to become a Socialist state by revolution more over ie does not believe this will hap pen He would like to see it take ilace in his lifetime N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Eisenhower signed into law the strippeddown housing bill continuing three programs into next year The act extends for a year to Oct 1 1961 the FHA home loan improve ment program LONDON JA London newspaper reported that Russia had fired rocket cones with human occupants 60 miles into space and would announce the feat when Premier Khrushchev arrives for the United Nations General Assembly session in New York WASHINGTON Senate drug investigators dug deeper into the disclosure that more than 145 million shots of polio vaccine were destroyed because they became outdated Eugene Beesley president of Eli Lilly and Company cited this as a key example of high costs drug companies must shoulder in their business BERLIN The Western allies warned the Rus sians that they will keep aircraft flying to isolated West Berlin and rejected new Soviet attempts to limit the use of the airway lifelines to the isolated city Storm Lake couple killed in Minnesota ELLENDALE Minn A Storm Lake Iowa couple died Tuesday when their car collided with a truck near here Frank Huseman 65 was killed instantly in the crash and his wife Mathilda 63 died several hours later The Huseman car collided with an Interstate Power Co truck as Huseman turned onto US 65 Ignore both sides in Congo U S suggests FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS N Y The US proposed Wednesday that the UN ignore both op posing delegations from the Congo for the time being and let the Security Council get on with its debate of the coun trys crisis US Ambassador James Wadsworth suggested the council reach an informal agreement to invite neither delegation into council debate But Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Zorin said the dele gation sent by President Kasa vubu was not legitimate and should not be heard at all Before the council were So viet charges that Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold personally violated Security Council resolutions and sided against Sovietsupported Pre mier Patrice Lumumba by his policies in the Congo Hammarskjold last week condemned without identify ing either the Russians or the Belgians by that were supplying rival fac tions in the Congo with tary aid outside the UN pro gram At Leopoldville Congo the Congo army counted as a de ciding factor in the struggle between Kasavubu and Lu mumba appeared disintegrat ing into tribal lines No one was sure whether Lu mumba or Kasavubu held the upper hand in the undisci plined army It was clear both leaders could rely on a hard core of their tribal supporters but the rest of the force wav ered back and forth between the two political camps Lumumba called on the di vided army to unite against the imperialists seeking to profit from the Congos chaos Lumumba spoke over Leo poldville Radio for the first time since the powerful trans mitter was taken over by UN troops Sept 6 Restrictions on its luse were relaxed Tuesday CLOUD 75 escape when plane hits dike NEW YORK American Airlines E 1 e c t r a turboprop plane carrying 70 passengers and a crew of five from Boston hit a dike while landing at La Guardia Airport Wednesday flipped over and a few minutes later burst into roaring flames No one was killed but some passengers were injured AMERICAN Airlines said the flight reported no trouble as it made a landing approach be fore striking the eightfoothigh dike The craft flipped over and skidded about 500 feet shearing off the left wing before coming to a halt in a grassy area off the runway A supervisory check pilot of he airline Sheldon E Pang Durn was piloting the plane al he time of the crash He said the craft was struck by a down draft just as it made its runway approach North Iowa Considerable cloud iness and warmer Wednesday night lows 5560 Decreasing cloudiness Thursday highs in the 70s Iowa Cloudy and warmer Wednesday night with scat tered showers and thunder storms east and central lows 5560 Decreasing cloudiness and a little cooler Thursday highs in the 70s Minnesota Mostly cloudy warmer Highs Thursday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 71 Minimum 43 Have wrenches will dismantle ANN ARBOR Mich W Most private parking lot owners are satisfied to have intruders cars towed away But members of Sigma Chi and Alpha Delta Chi fraternities at the University of Michigan will inflict more severe punishment At the en trance to the parking lot they share a large sign warns Un authorized cars will be dis mantled Russia lodges protest WASHINGTON United tates Wednesday ordered hibas Fidel Castro restricted o Manhattan Island when he at ends the United Nations general assembly session in New York Deginning next week The limitations imposed on astros movements are the same as those previously set on the travels in this country of So viet Premier Nikita S Khrush chev and two other Soviet bloc leaders This latest move by the United States in preparation for dealing with the New York assembly of many government chiefs who follow the lead taken by Khrush chev was announced at a news conference by Secretary of State Christian A Herter IN ADDITION to Khrushchev the curb previously had been or dered into effect for the Hungar ian premier and the Albanian Communist party chief Herter said no decision has been reached about limiting the travels of Yugoslav President Tito Egypts President Gamal Abdel Nasser or any other top level visitor In a new move the Russians carried the issue directly to UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold saying they ex pected him to act to get the travel ban lifted UN observers doubted if Hammarskjold would do any thing about the restriction They pointed out that the United States is merely required to provide UN delegates with free access to UN territory and that security outside the United Nations is an American respon sibility BOTH THE White House and the State Department said their movements are being restricted only to assure his safety In cool but correct terms a US note speedily rejected a formal protest that the Sept 9 US order restricting Khrush chev to Manhattan was an un friendly act unlawful and aimed at hindering the work of the Soviet delegation The American order in no way interferes with the normal work of the Soviet delegation the note said adding Travel beyond the limits of Manhattan Island isclearly not essential to the normal functioning of a delegation to a session of the U N General Assembly I D i CONN AP SOVIET LIMITS IN NEW YORK AREA Dark ened on map is Manhattan Island where Soviet Pre mier Khrushchev has been asked to remain during his New York visit for General Assembly session of the United Nations Circle on map shows 25mile radius from heart of the city Latter includes limit of travel accorded to Soviet delegation of the UN including Sovietowned mansion at Glen Cove N Y on Long Island Khrushchev will stay at fivestory blocklong Park Avenue mansion that houses the U N Soviet delegation   

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