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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press taxational Full Wlrei v MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1960 7c a Copy This Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection Ons No 29t AP Photofax KENNEDY TAKES A DARE To a shouted 1 dare you Sen John F Kennedy mounted this white mule at the Sioux City stockyards Thursday for a brief canter into the nearby cattle alleys His brief appearance at the stockyards capped a 24hour Sioux City stay The Weather North Iowa Mostly cloudy through Friday cooler Lows Thursday night 5055 Highs Friday in lower 60s Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday night and Friday Cooler Thursday night low 40s north to 50s south Highs Friday in the 60s Further tered showers and warmer Saturday Minnesota Cloudy showers cooler Highs Friday 5565 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 72 Minimum 57 At 8 am 57 Precipitation 145 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 678 Clear Lake News 1011 Comics 12 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets 15 1718 North Iowa News22 JUICY GRANT TALLAHASSEE Fla Florida State University Thurs day announced receipt of a 300 grant for a study of the tongues taste buds and salivary glands Fort Dodge welcomes Kennedy with gusto Switching of votes assured 19 of Demos like Nixon By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J What Is happening on the political party front at the present time Are more Republicans swinging to Kennedy than Democrats to Nixon or vice versa In both 1952 and 1956 higher proportions of Democrats voted for President Eisenhower than Republicans for Gov Stevenson This was one of the big reasons why Ike was able to post two impressive victories AND BECAUSE the opposite happened in 1958 Democratic candidates for Congress were able to chalk up victories and win control oHhe House of Rep resentatives Results of a survey completed within the past 10 days throws light on what is happening on the swinging front today Highlight of these findings is that for every Republican who today says he would vote for Kennedy there are three Demo crats who say they would vote for Nixon At the same time Vice Pres ident Nixon has a majority although a very bare one of the independents in his camp REGISTERED VOTERS in all walks of life were asked the fol lowing question Suppose the presidential election was being held today Which candidate would you like to see win the Demo cratic candidate John F Ken nedy or the Republican candi date Richard M Nixon Heres what a cross section of registered Republicans told the interviewers REPUBLICANS 30 of vote Nixon 94 Kennedy 6 And heres the way rank and file registered Democrats an swered the same question DEMOCRATS 43 of vote Nixon Ktniwdy Bl Important too is that at the present time somewhat more Independents say they would vote for Nixon than for Ken nedy INDEPENDENTS 27 vott Nixon 52 Ktmwriy 47 FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES FORT DODGE Fort Dodge erupted with atumultuous re ception for Democratic presi dential nominee John F Ken nedy Thursday and police said the crowd matched anything weve ever seen here Kennedy wound through wide section of the city in a motorcade at a pace so slow that literally thousands of chil dren were able to form along both sides and behind the cara van and join the procession Police Lt Harold Campbell said at least 30000 persons in poor weather jammed the streets and swarmed into the city park where Kennedy told them I dont preach the doc trine of fear I preach the doc trine of vitality and force AT THE FORT Dodge air port Kennedy cut his scheduled halfhour speech in half and told another goodsized crowd to take a look at the record of the Republican party in the last eight years before they go to the polls He said have a se rious decision to make He has had eight years to study the fruits of his judgment since he voted for the Eisen hower policies in 1952 Kennedy said He said The only reason that farmers supported the Re publicans then was that they had been promised 100 per cent parity On We way back to the air port after the parade Kennedy made a very brief unscheduled stop at the farm of Wayne B Cox who would only tell report ers sure Im a Democrat I never made any money under the Republicans Kennedy flew to Fort Dodge from Sioux City And as he has been doing all along his latest nationwide swing he gave con siderable plugs to local and state democratic office seekers At Sioux City Kennedy said the Nov 8 general election is Ames electric toasters like Kennedy 2 to 1 AMES electric toasters in Ames its Sen John F Kennedy 2tol Bill Ray owner of radio sta tion KASI reported on the lat est type of political electric toaster poll of public opinion On a daily radio program listeners are asked to vote on some question To obtain the opinions listeners are asked to turn on their electric toasters or electric irons for twominute periods at specified times to cast their votes on each side The local electric power plant records the increase in power on each side and takes the vote Wednesday Ray said Kenne dy outkilowatted Vice Presi dent Richard Nixon 2tol 14 injured when trains collide MORRISONVILLE 111 UPI Watiash Railroads Blue bird passenger train collided here Thursday with a switching freight injuring at least 14 per sons Five cars of the Blue bird overturned but only one was a passenger car the most American 1930s important for people since the the ADDRESSING A fundraising breakfast he said this is so because more than at any time since the time of Franklin D Rooseyelt this years election affects all our our homes our children our taxes our security our in come The basic question to be an swered the Massachusetts sen ator said is with Russia fully mobilized for the cold war can we survive in this dartgerous world and still maintain our freedom The breakfast attended by about 200 person launched a 17 hour drive by Kennedy in Iowa South Dakota North Dakota Montana and Wyoming for the farm vote He told the crowd his Republican adversary is in extricably linked with the farm policies of Secretary of Agricul ture Ezra Taft Benson which Kennedy said have failed SAME D AT El 959441 Safely Department Fifnrei FUc A ttU M Ike chides Russians to work through U N A warm salute for Ike No applause from Nikita UNITED NATIONS N Y UPI President Eisenhower received a storm of applause on his farewell address to the United Nations Thursday but Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev did not join in It was a day of triumph for Eisenhower who received i tremendous flag waving ova tion as he rode through the streets of New York to the UN headquarters After his speech he returned to the Waldorf Astoria hotel through showers of tickertape a demonstration of warmth that was spontaneous and unexpected Cubas Premier Fidel Castro managed a few half heartec hand claps from his seat near the front of the assembly bui Khrushchev and the entire So viet delegation sat stonily in their seats EISENHOWER entered the assembly hall from the wings of the rostrum taking market care to keep himself at leasl 100 feet away from the spot where Khrushchev sat in the llth row of the audience Eisenhower wearing a dark grey suit entered through the office of Assembly President Frederick H Boland of Ireland to avoid any chance encounter with the man who reviled him last May at the abortive Paris summit conference The President raised an arm and smiled in acknowledgement of the applause which lasted 35 seconds Then he began his speech Eisenhower had driven through the streets of New York to a tremendous ovation oJ more than 125000 persons along the route from the WaldorfAs toria a marked contrast with Khrushchevs almost silent and secretive procession WOMEN WAVED handker chiefs and American flags and thousands shouted greetings as Eisenhower stood in his limou sine sometimes giving his arms spread V for victory sign Only about 100 persons turned out to watch Khrushchev leave bis delegation building for the UN session When the Eisenhower speech was finished Khrushchev was asked for comment Im going to lunch he told reporters MOVE CHALLENGED ALBERT LEA Minn Wilson Company filed a peti tion Wednesday challenging an nexation of the area which in cludes the firms meat packing plant to the city N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ST JOSEPH MO Vice President Richard Nixon brought his campaign caravan here Thurs day picturing Sen John F Kennedy as a wellinten tioned but naive candidate whose speeches and ac tions could lead the nation into trouble SAIGON Laotian government troops have recaptured the town of Paksane 80 miles east of Vientiane and drove the revolutionary forces of pro western Gen Phouirii Nosovan into retreat LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Congo strongman Col Joseph Mobutu has put forth a veiled threat to take action unless the XJ N command withdraws troops of Ghana and Guinea The youthful military ruler charged these African troops who have been protecting deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba with meddling in Congo internal affairs ATLANTIC CITY N J An FBI investiga tion is reported under way into convention session violence between factions vying for control of the millkmmembev United Steelwovkcrs Union AT Photofax IN U N SPOTLIGHT President Ei senhower holds his glasses top photo ence Premier Khrushchev and Foreign as he prepares to give his featured ad Minister Andrei Gromyko turn up their dress at the United Nations General listening devices bottom photo to Assembly Meanwhile out in the audi hear what the President has to say Entries pouring in for Popular Baby Election Entries in the communitys Popular Baby be ing sponsored by leading busi ness firms of Mason City and the GlobeGazette continue to aour into election headquarters at the GlobeGazette in ever increasing volume Ths entries are coming from virtually every section of the Mason City trade area Every baby in the trade area is eligi Gives birth to son while shes chained to hubby ARCATA Calif UP Mrs John Quinn gave birth to a boy Wednesday night while chained to her husband Quinn 23 a student at Hum boldt State College had insisted on being with his 19yearold wife in the delivery room When doctors said no Quinn shackled himself to his brunette wife by their wrists and se cured the chain with two pad locks Trinity Hospital officials called police but the boy the Quinns first child was born with Quinn observing Mother and son were reported doing fine Quinn unlocked the chain and walked out of the hospital past policeman Don Mann who was scratching his head Tax charges filed against Clements WASHINGTON W The In ernal Revenue Service con ends EarleC Clements former Democratic senator from Ken ucky and onetime governor of that state filed fraudulent in come tax returns for the years 1948 through 1956 It seeks 289 from him in taxes and pen allicsi Clements who is now oordinator of Sen Lyndon B Johnsons campaign for the vice jresidency denies the allega ions and has taken the case to the U S Tax Court 1 ble to compete for the 250 prizes The entries include several sets of twins Twins enter the election as one entry Other wise however only one baby from each family is allowed to enter THESE ARE busy days for the election editor and his staff and for a good many mothers fathers relatives and friends of the brighteyed youngsters They will vie for the honor of being elected the Mason City trade areas most popular baby and being awarded the in cash and huge loving cup These make up only one of the 250 prizes There is no cost to the par ents to enter their baby Also there is no cost to have the babys picture made for pub lication in the GlobeGazette The pictures will be published NEW PRESIDENT DES MOINES UP D a 1 e Schreinder Moville is the new president of the managers sec tion of the Iowa Rural Electric Cooperative Association in the order the babies are en tered in the election so the sooner a baby is entered the earlier his or her picture will appear The election editor will give the parents an order to have the babys picture made with out cost the moment the baby is entered Bring in the entry blank appearing elsewhere in this issue That will start the ball rolling for your baby with 5000 free votes ACTIVITY OF Baby Vote gathering has just begun The many cooperating merchants will give their regular sales slips cash register tapes re ceipts or Baby Vote slips Each 25 cents will give your little candidate 600 votes be tween nbw and Oct 21st ac for Friends relatives and quaintances should ask Baby Votes for their favorite candidate wherever they make their purchases Election headquarters located at the GlobeGazette are open daily until 5 pm and on Fri days until 9 pm The telephone inumber is GA 34270 ti u AP Photofax TIGHT SECURITY AT U N A United Nations security guard checks camera equipment of photog rapher arriving to cover Thursdays big session of the United Nations General Assembly Inspection of cameras and other equipment brought to the U N was part of the rigid security which surrounds the current session Dares Reds to accept a Outlines his world plan UNITED NATIONS N Y W Eisenhower Thurs day flung a formidable chal lenge at Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev To work primarily through the United Nations in attacking the worlds most dangerous problems and thus build a structure of a true world community The President dared the US S R to join in an immediate re sumption of disarmament talks with the aim of scrapping all nuclear weapons while UN in spection makes sure that outer space will not be used for war REPRESENTATIVES of 96 member nations of the UN in a historic General Assembly session listened soberly as the President in a firm and confi dent voice pronounced US in tentions He challenged Khrush chev who listened intently with earphones To work for peaceful change in a swiftly changing world with the UN in the guiding role To guarantee that outer space will not be used tor mass de struction To avoid claiming sovereign ty over celestial bodies The USSR has already planted a Soviet flag by rocket on the moon To resume immediately the efforts to reach agreements on arms control To launch a program throughout the world and TO GIVE substantial help to the emerging new nations of Africa under the UN and to other developing nations Among Eisenhowers listeners many were aware of the role the Soviet Union had played in ag gravating tensions in Africa through its unilteral activities in the turbulent newly independent Congo Eisenhower was the first chief of a major power to address the 15th assembly session Khrush chev delivers his major address Friday almost a year to the day after he broached his total world disarmament proposal to the as sembly during his visit to the United States The President laid down a broad program through which the nations of the globe might work through their world organ ization in joint endeavors to create a better future for our world WE MUST guard jealously against those who in alternating moods look upon the United Na tions as an instrument for use or abuse the President said The United Nations was not con ceived as an Olympian organ to amplify the propaganda tunes of individual nations Yugoslavias President Tito took the rostrum after Eisen iower Apparently considering lis country a buffer between sloes and leader of neutralism Tito told the assembly Yugo slavia had no intention of taking sides in the cold war We are attaching particular mportance to the contribution that the socalled noncommitted countries can make toward the betterment of international rela tions and as to the great role that the United Nations can and should play in this respect stolen at Mason City home Savings of were stolen sometime during the day Wed nesday from the Thomas D Eadcr home 319 2nd SW Eader told police Eader had been sav ing change to build a garage and had the money in a metal box in his home   

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