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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 98 Associated tad United Presi International Full Lease Wires newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1960 neighbors 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Two Ons No 291 ring crisis for UN assembly Kennedy and Nixon to debate Fireworks not likely By WILLIAM DICKINSON JR GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau first in a series of four nationally broad cast TVradio confrontations be tween John F Kennedy and Richard M Nixon is scheduled for Monday night from CST Viewers who expect a free swinging verbal battle between Sen Kennedy and Vice Presi dent Nixon in their initial face toface television appearance are likely to be disappointed The widely heralded great de bate between the two presi dential aspirants will not of course be entirely lacking in forensic fireworks But the ground rules negotiated by the candidates aides with all the care of a nuclear weapons treaty practically guarantee that no real discussion or inter play of ideas between the two men will result If the candidates carry on ac cording to plan this is what will take place THE FIRST 16 minutes of the 60minute program wil be given over to opening statements eight minutes per man Then five news media representa tives will alternate in asking questions of the candidates in a kind of glorified news confer ence When Vice President Nixon is being examined he will have two and a half minutes to reply to each question Then Sen Ken nedy will have one and a half minutes to comment on the reply and vice versa Closing summaries of three or four minutes each will bring the so called debate to a close One critic of the agreed pro cedure estimates that not more than eight replies and com ments will be possible in the al lotted time This format will be followed in both the Sept 26 debate on domestic issues and the debate of Oct 21 on foreign policy An Oct 7 joint appearance and an other on Oct 13 will be even less likely to generate serious discussion because the two an tagonists are expected to be in different cities They will be brought together electronically on a split screen to answer questions put to them by an other team of newsmen DESPITE THE limitations both candidates hope to make big gains in wooing a potential TVradio audience of 70 million to 100 million persons Nixon expects his prowess in debating to bring him many converts while Kennedy views the de bates as an opportunity to pro ject the presidential image his critics say he lacks The vice president a serene figure before the microphone and TV camera is conceded the edge in technique When he first ran for Congress back in 1946 against Rep Jerry Voorhis DCalif he joined his opponent in a series of five debates Those debates finished Voor his and made Nixon wrote William Costello in his unsym pathetic biography of the vice president Now the total impact made by the presidential can didates on television may well decide the outcome of the Nov ember election IN ADDITION to the obvious risk of a serious misstep in the coming debates some authori ties on broadcasting believe the candidates run the risk of over exposure on the television screen Neither seems to have heeded the advice as witness recent or forthcoming appearances on the Jack Paar Show Person to Person Presidential Count down Focus on Issues Campaign Roundup and Meet the Press Party man agers have turned thumbs down on invitations to the two to give a sort of civics lesson on Cap tain Kangaroo an early show for children The lollipop crowd will not go to the polls on elec tion day Baby photos to appear soon Pictures of the early en trants in the communitys Popular Baby Election will begin to appear in the Globe Gazette soon They will be published al most daily until the picture of every entrant has appeared As the election editor pointed out The sooner your baby is entered in the election the earlier the editor can publish his or her picture Every baby in the Mason City trade area under seven years of age is eligible to en ter the baby election and at no cost An order to have a babys picture made by the five of ficial election photographers free of charge is issued the moment the baby is entered Babies living outside Mason City do not have to compete with Mason City babies Out side of Mason City is a sep arate district and at least 100 of the prizes including three of the top eight awards will be won by babies living outside the city limits of Mason City The 250 prizes in this elec tion range from a beautiful big loving cup and in cash for the first place winner on down to a big trophy for the 250th place winner If you havent entered your baby do so without delay You will find an entry blank else where in this issue Clip it out and see to it that it reaches the GlobeGazette at once Election headquarters lo cated in the business office of the GlobeGazette are open daily from 9 am until 5 pm and on Fridays until 9 pm and Saturdays until noon Woman dies of crash injuries BUFFALO CENTER Mrs Henry Kuschel 68 Douglas Ariz died early Saturday at the Buffalo Center hospital She was injured Friday in a twocar accident a mile east of here Her husband 81 was driving north and failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Highway 9 and County Road X a blacktop road His car col lided with one driven by Jack Ditmer Garner Neither of the men was injured According to Edward Riekena Winnebago County deputy sher iff Kuschel said he knew the intersection was there but came upon it sooner than he expected He was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign Mr and Mrs Kuschel were visiting relatives in this area including a nephew Henry Ner dig rural Buffalo Center Raised 2nd in plowing matches SIOUX FALLS S D ert Grieser Springfield Ohio is the new national contour plow ing champion He won the title in the national plowing contests here Friday Art Raisch Shef field Iowa took second place RECOGNIZE NATIONS WASHINGTON UPI The United States has recognized the new republics of Senegal and Mali in Africa the White House announced Saturday SAME PARTLY CLOUDY North Iowa Mostly cloudy with occasional light rain and little cooler Saturday night Partly cloudy Sunday high upper 60s and lower 70s Low Saturday night in 50s Iowa Showers and thunder storms southeast and extreme east partly cloudy west and north central cooler north west Saturday night lows 45 50 northwest to lower 60s southeast Sunday showers ex treme southeast partly cloudy northeast fair west warmer northwest and extreme west highs 70 southeast to upper 70s northwest Minnesota Clearing warmer Highs Sunday in 60s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 62 Minimum 56 Precipitation 75 More rain on weather menu over weekend Soaking rains prevailed in Iowa Saturday and the Weather Bureau said this condition was likely to continue through Sun day The largest amount of rain fall reported for the 24 hours ended early Saturday was 249 inches at Newton More than an inch of rain fell elsewhere Mason City got another 75 inch of rain to boost its 3day total to 2 inches Iowa Falls got 130 Ozark Air Lines Saturday for the fifth day in a week had a flight cancellation due to weath er The morning flight to Chi cago was cancelled but later the weather improved enough to al low landing here Last Sunday flights were cancelled through out the day and there were can cellations of single flights on Tuesday Thursday and Friday Gets lost on errand of mercy Cobalt not ordered here If the guys a pilot youd think hed know where he was going That was Cerro Gordo County Sheriff Jerry Allens reaction to Carl Taylor Chicago a Civil Air Patrol volunteer who Fri day night got lost in North Iowa with a 300pound package of radioactive cobalt Cobalt is a material used as a replacement source for radium and Xrays It is also used in some diagnostic tests ACCORDING TO the Iowa Highway Patrol office Taylor was on his way back to Chicago still not knowing where he was supposed to deliver the co balt The mystery started when a plane from the East carrying cobalt was grounded in Chicago Friday Taylor relayed the story that the cobalt was sup posed to be rushed to a small boy for emergency treatment Taylor offered to deliver the cobalt by car He understood that he was to deliver it to the community located at the in tersection of Highways 9 and 69 SO TAYLOR arrived in For est City only to learn that the hospital there didnt order the cobalt The Iowa Highway Pa trol then took Taylor to Mason City The Mason City hospitals did not order the material Thus the patrol escorted Tay lor back to Illinois Saturday A Mason City doctor Saturday said cobalt would not be used in emergency treatment that I know of Allen still hadnt recovered from the mystery People just dont go hitchhiking around the country with a 300pound piece of machinery with cobalt in it On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Church News 45 Mason City News 67 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEWPORT NEWS Va The United States has launched the worlds first nuclearpowered air craft carrier and christened her with a famousname Enterprise CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Foul weather forced a 24hour postponement of a scheduled U S firing of a rocket with a 387pound satellite designed to orbit the moon CHICAGO The nations railroads and the American Train Dispatchers Association have reached contract agreement giving the unions 2900 members a 2 per cent wage increase and a similar raise in life insurance health and welfare benefits DALLAS Tex The air transport division of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks has called a strike Monday against Braniff Airlines The airline said the walkout would not materially affect schedules but the union charged its picket lines would be observed by other unions Sports 9 Building News 1213 Comics 14 North Iowa News 18 TO JOIN TALKS AMMAN Jordan UPI Kin Gloom spread by K US hurls charges HEAP BIG RED CHIEF All the world loves a clown but Russias Pre mier Khrushchev may be an exception Here he makes like an Indian chief as AP Photofax he tries out a new gift a peace pipe of all things The pipe came from a New York antique dealer With Khrushchev is his interpreter Victor Sukhodrev Castro and aides celebrate i after bm dinner with K tar FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW Premier Fidel Castro and his followers ecstatic over their peace talks with Nikita Khrushchev at Hotel Theresa 7 a private dinner celebrated into Latest Markets 7 hours Saturd at their Society News 8 Castro and some of his lieuback apparently figuring the tenants appeared in the dining photographers might not be able Harlem hotel Castro emerged room at 2 am for a snack and a hotel employe reported Cu all smiles from the fivehour visit to the Soviet Premiers Park Avenue mansion promised to return the hospitality in Cuba and sped off to Harlem where the Cubans of since a squabble New York to attend the United wlth a midtown hoteL Nations General Assembly the palace announced Saturday THE VISIT with Khrushchev broke up after midnight and three hours later the Cubans mier noticed his Cuban guest were still going strong at the was getting too close to the banlooking women had been but obliged He then seized a seen entering the hotel A number of the Cubans who came stocked with their own food and touched off a rhubarb by plucking chickens in their first hotel visited nearby bars for a nightcap Khrushchev and Castro posed for photographers after the din ner and when the Soviet Pre microphone and spoke in his halting English We have been welcomed here with a lot of hospitality and we got a wonderful impres sion of Senor Khrushchev and the Soviet delegation he said What was discussed at the dinner Dont worry about that Castro replied adding a mo UNHANDICAPPED CHEERLEADER Marty McClure 16yearold junior cheerleader at a Council Bluffs high school is an unusual person De spite the handicap of an artificial left leg she goes through the jumps and AP Photofax antics of all of the other cheerleaders She says her biggest problem is keeping the pep in the pep club She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs LaVere Mc Clure Council Bluffs camera he told him to step to get good shots of the pair CASTRO LOOKED bewildered UNITED NATIONS NY ta A towering crisis confronted the United Nations Saturday raised by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs bulldozer attacks on SecretaryGeneral Dag Ham marskjold and the keystones of the organization itself The first week of the General Assemblys 15th session ended on a note of gloom Western diplomats stressing the gravity of the situation called Khruschevs blistering words an attempt to destroy the UN and a declaration of war on it Khrushchev used the word stooges and clearly implied hat Hammarskjold had abused lis position by his actions in he Congo He then said the of ice of secretarygeneral should be abolished to be replaced by a threeman committee Of rep resentatives of the West East and neutralist nations FINALLY HE said the of the U N should be changed irom New York to Switzerland or Austria In New York he said UN representatives are subjected to restrictions and attacks by gangsters President Eisenhower while not commenting directly agreed with Ambassador James J Wadsworth chief of the Ameri can delegation who said The crisis consists of an attempt to destroy the office and the very structure of the secretary general and the secretariat and through it to destroy the United Nations Secretary of State Christian A Herter called it a real dec laration of war on the UN Herter hopes Khrushchev will push his United Nations re vamping proposals to a show clown it was learned because he is confident the Soviet Pre mier will meet with a stinging defeat HERTER GAVE a private din ner Friday night Foreign Secretary for British Lord Home and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville The Western Big Three diplomats talked into the early hours in what amounted to a major dip lomatic strategy session A British Foreign Office spokesman supported Herters jharge that Khrushchev had de ment later We talked about clared war on the U N and peace added The weaker the United The Cuban leader kept the I Nations is the greater the Soviet boss waiting for a chance the Soviet Union has of achieving world domination The fears we felt concerning the shape that the debate would take at this session are con firmed said a French diplo mat This remark touched on the great questions hanging over the UN How can progress be made toward solutions of the problems on the agenda now that Khrushchev has attacked Hammarskjolds integrity and declared that the secretary Hes ignored GLEN COVE N Y Rus sian Premier Khrushchev led a huge party of aides and satellite leaders here Saturday for a weekend in a quiet se cluded Soviet estate on the north shore of Long Island He was all but ignored by the citys 24000 residents hour Khrushchev stood on the steps of the Soviet legation swapping quips with reporters As time went on newsmen asked Khrushchev if he felt like a bride left waiting at the church I was never in the condition of that bride laughed Khrush chev A POLICEMANS horse whin ned and Khrushchev quipped The American horses are greeting the Soviet can see how glad they are Asked how long he planned to stay in1 New York Khrushchev said jokingly I want stay here I do not want to go back But apparently I will not be granted citizenship Finally Castro and his entour age arrived The two men shook hands then embraced TIES ESTABLISHED HAVANA Saturday announced establishment of dip lomatic relations with Commu nist China generals office is outdated by events DOES THE Communist block intend to discuss seriously any of the issues coming before this sesion The quetions rose as still more heads of state converged on New this session of the General Assembly the character of a supersummit President Gamal Abdel Nas ser of the United Arab Republic arrived Friday Canadas Prime Minister John G Diefen baker was due today Scheduled to arrive Sunday were Britains Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Indias Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Prince Norodom Shianouk key political figure of Cambodia President Eisenhower returns to New York Monday for an other round ol conferences with government leaders continuing his intensive efforts in personal diplomacy   

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