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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             1 North Iowas Daily Newsoaper EdittdforthtHomt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The von n Associated Prtu tod United Press International PuB Wires newspaper that makes North lowans MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 I960 neighbors 7e Copy Paper Consists ci Two SectionsSection No One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO USOOi KM pm WOI AMES 640 pm Tuesday WTAD Quincy pm Thurs WSDI City 910 im Smt Conventions are here to stay OMETHING I SAID in my previous commentaries about this years two party con ventions which I covered as a reporter seems to have created the impression that I would like to do away with this institution Here and now I am entering my denial of any such wish on my part I would like to see some changes such as eliminating the hoopla reducing the time from four to five days to two or three and cutting down the number of i delegates and half by at least half in the case of thej Republican convention and two thirds or more in the case of the Democrats with their half votes But to do away with the party convention with its century and a third of tradition would be like amputating a leg to cure a bunion It would be unthinkable unless and until somebody came along with a plausible alterna tive And that just hasnt hap pened yet MONTANAS SEN MIKE Mansfield in a talk before the upper house shortly after the two conventions this year men tioned the possibility of a na tional primary I say mentioned the possibility because it wasnt quite firm enough to be classi fied as a suggestion much less a proposal The mention came after he had pointed to a number of the shortcomings in the convention setup the signwaving she nanigans the long dry speech es the advantages accruing to those with unlimited means and all the rest Then a bit gingerly he toyed With the idea of a national pri mary based on a limited cam paign with the expenses of bona fide candidates to be borne out of public funds with rigid limi tations on personal expendi tures by the candidates or sup porting friends or groups There could be no greater safeguard of the public interest and the public purse the Mon tanan observed than to place public officials under full finan cial obligation to and in the full financial control of all the peo ple of the United States rather than a few AND HE ENDED UP suggest ing a need to examine the problem a suggestion in which I concur wholeheartedly But Im quite sure such examination would not lead to substituting a national primary for national party conventions Those in charge of both con ventions this year virtually turned themselves inside out trying to provide the most com plete TV coverage possible At Los Angeles this involved wait AP Photofax ROYAL COUPLE TOURS DISNEYLAND Thor oughly enjoying themselves Princess Michiko and Crown Prince Akihito of Japan take a ride in an Italian boat that runs on rails around a miniature of famed Matterhorn mountain during a tour of Disney land The boat finally comes sliding with a splash into a pool of water The royal couple is starting a tour of the United States N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DALLAS Tex Ticket sellers reservations clerks and cargo handlers struck Braniff Interna tional Airways Monday in 38 cities from Denver to New York and set up picket lines The strike did not immediately stop Braniff flights BUFFALO N Y A temporary restraining order halting a scheduled strike by the Switchmens Union of North America against nine southern and western railroads was extended Monday until mid night Oct 4 NEW YORK Nikita Khrushchev lunched Mon day with his millionaire friend Cyrus S Eaton and a topsecret roster of capitalist guests behind an iron curtain designed to protect the Americans identity from publicity BONN Germany The United States protested to the Soviet Union against the temporary halting of U S Ambassador Walter C Dowling as he sought to enter East Berlin last Thursday The U S Em bassy was seeking to get the Soviet Union to restrain East German police from halting American diplo mats entering East Berlin ing until 5 or 6 oclock in the afternoon before starting the days business at Sports Arena In every way within their con trol the party leaders at both conventions sought to develop an entertainment value in the proceedings They were no doubt thinking about the established programs which were being pre empted by the convention cover age ITS A BIT IRONICAL there fore that this solicitude for the millions of TV times at the expense of dele gates and others in the conven tion halls was the source of widespread disgust by that same TV public in what it saw and heard The net effect was a feel ing that what should have been serious business was being handled with a light touch in the guise of entertainment In debate on tap CHICAGO for the White House 1960 battle makes po short fowl it was neither fish nor If one were to judge solely by what meets the eye and the ear it would be pretty hard to keep from harboring a bit of cynic ism For every sound thought advanced by those on the speak ers platform there were at least a dozen examples of pon tificating about the obvious in flamboyant oratoryi Many litical history Monday night as both presidential candidates de bate domestic issues before mil lions of television viewers Vice President Richard M Nixon and his Democratic rival Sen John F Kennedy will ad dress a larger audience than any two candidates have ever faced jointly as the four major net works televise and broadcast the hourlong debate starting at pm The great debates in the his tory of American politics the Lincoln Douglas debates 100 years ago for instance were insignificant affairs in compari son While Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A Douglas could rely only on their lung power to reach audiences in their battle for the U S Senate Nixon and Kennedy will have at their commandall the marvels of the electronic age But Monday nights debate the firstof four scheduled will not be a debate in the LincolnYEAR AGO Maximum Minimum COOL North Iowa Generally fair through Tuesday Lows Monday night 44 to 50 Cool er Tuesday highs 68 to 72 Iowa Faic west and north increasing cloudiness south east Monday night and Tues day Cooler northwest and west central Monday night and over most of state Tues day Low Monday night lower 40s northwest to lower 50s southeast High Tuesday 65 northwest to lower 70s south east Further of scattered frost extreme north Wednesday morning Partly cloudy and cool Wed nesday Minnesota Fair and cooler Highs Tuesday in 60s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 74 Minimum 45 At 8 am 57 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Maximum Minimum Douglas tradition While they assail each other with no holds barred Nixon and Kennedy will adhere to a routine carefully planned in advance WILCOX DIES LOS ANGELES Harlow Wilcox 60 former radio an Tnouncer for the Fibber McGee land Molly comedy series died Ctntinwtd 2 Saturday after a long illness 60 41 72 66 Crash injuries fatal to Dubuque man PRAIRIE DU CHIEN Wis UPI Richard Hutchison 29 Dubuque died Monday of in juries suffered in a twocar col lision Sunday Shot at moon is failure Russ space fete seen By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rocket engine failure Sunday ruined an American bid to be iirst to place a space craft in orbit around the moon Instead of winging nearly a q u a r t e rmillion miles to the moon and giving the United States a significant boost in its space race with the Soviet Union Pioneer VI probably burned up in the earths atmos phere after a flight of a few ihousand miles With it went an estimated to million in costs Meanwhile Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev said Sunday everything is ready for a Soviet launching of man into space but the attempt hasnt been made yet DR ADOLPH THIEL of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration told newsmen it was the 5000pound secondstage engine of the threestage Atlas Able launching rocket that mal functioned He said it ignited but burned in an abnormal fash ion and did not burn its normal time of 110 seconds The big first stage operated perfectly Thiel said it was unlikely the third stage fired at all and add ed If it did it would have been so far off trajectory that it would have plunged back into he earths atmosphere Although keenly disappointed at this since it came with Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev in this country NASA will not abandon the moon satellite project Lawrence Hogarth NASA project manager said a backup rocket and payload are avail able to repeat the launching He did not say when but other offi cials said it might come in two or three months THIS WAS THE first time in 16 firings that the Abies sec ond stage has failed It has been used previously in ThorAble ThorDelta and ThorAbleStar space vehicles Pioneer VI fed information back for about 17 minutes be fore konking out Among British and American scientists there was confidence the Russians are on the verge of achieving some great new space triumph Khrushchevs statement about Russias maninspace program cut short a wave of conjecture in Britain that the Reds already have put a man into orbit Radio Moscow Sunday said Russia would write another page in the history of the world Tuesday A string of Soviet ships are deployed across the Pacific as though waiting to pick up an object falling from space and reports of voices and signals from Russias satellite radio fre quencies have been heard in the last week Usual Signature is his name DES M 0 I N E S highway patrolmen swear that this is a true story A farmer near Hampton stopped by a patrolman in a routine check of cars was asked to show his drivers li cense The officer scratched his head when he saw the sig nature on the license It read Usual Signature The farmer saw nothing wrong He told the patrol man when he received his license he asked how he should sign it and was told usual signature So he fol lowed that advice BANK PARLEY WASHINGTON tf Finance ministers and central bank of ficials from more than 50 na tions Monday opened five days of meetings to discuss the free worlds fiscal problems U N s secretary wont back down SAM DATBWt471 Ike in major confabs UNITED NATIONS N Y W Eisenhower meets Monday with two powerful AsianAfrican leaders working for massive support against Soviet Premier Khrushchevs maneuvers to recast the United Nations into a form suitable to lim Krushchev countered with a virtual ultimatum continued cold his demands are met From all corners of the earth more heads of government rushed to New York drawn by the great and increasingly dan jerous conflict Never before in listory have so many presi dents prime ministers and princes been gathered under one roof EISENHOWER reportedly grim had appointments with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India and the presi dent of the United Arab Repub ic Gamal Abdel Nasser The President prepared to stay overnight in New York He sees Britains Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and Canadas Prime Minister John G Diefen baker on Tuesday The 21nation Steering Com mittee tackles the annual East West battle over seating Com munist China in the UN The Soviet Union has proposed it the United States is determined to block it The votes of newly admitted neutralist the al legiance of others yet unknown may make the China fight a close one OVERSHADOWING every thing is the crisis created by Khrushchevs demands for a re shaping of the UN structure Talking with reporters he was asked what he will do if his de mands for reorganization of the UN are not met That means there will be no normal relations between the states that make up this organ ization That means that the questions will have to be re solved not under peaceful con ditions but under an aggravated situation he replied Those are the two alterna a peaceful solution or else we shall have to rely on the balance of forces In other words we shall con tinue to be in a state of the cold war On the inside Editorials Page 4 News Quiz 7 Clear Lake News 7 Society News 101112 Sports 1516 Latest Markets 18 Mason City News 1819 Comics 20 North Iowa News 26 Hunters are blamed Steers found slain FERTILE Two Cerro Gordo County farmers were fum ing Monday about hunters who apparently cant tell a squirrel from a steer Joe Jones and Harley Ouverson both of Grant Township each found one of his steers dead Monday The animals ap parently had been killed by blasts from a 410 shotgun Hunters were seen in the area south of Fertile Saturday the day a vet erinarian says the animals were killed The veterinarian also said the hunters had to be within 60 feet of the animals to kill them with a blast from that small a gauged shotgun Cerro Gordo County sheriffs officers are investigating Nixons life series starts on Page 3 What is Richard Nixon real ly like GlobeGazette readers can find out by turning to page 3 each day this week The life of the Republican nominee for president is depicted in cartoon and word form The series will run through Satur day Next week the life of Democratic candidate Sen John Kennedy will be pre sented COMPOSER KILLED JOHANNESBURG South Africa Seiber 55 Hungarianborn composer and music lecturer was killed and tour persons were injured when the car in which they were rid ing crashed in the Kruger Na tional Park over the weekend AP Photofax IKE CHEERED President Eisenhower stands in car and acknowledges cheers of some 750000 spectators as his motor cade crosses Fifth Avenue at 50th Street enroute to New Yorks WaldorfAstoria Hotel Six Injured Fatal crash near Latimer Ames boy was killed and six others injured Sunday in a twocar smashup at a rural intersection six miles north of Latimer The victim was William McCormack Jr 7 son of Dr and Mrs William C McCormack He was pronounced dead on arrival at a Hampton hospital In serious condition at the hospital are Polly 3 and Don ald 1 two other children of the McCormacks The parents and a second daughter Sara 6 are in satis factory condition Dr McCormack is 35 and his wife Syl via 31 They have been transferred to an Ames hospital In good condition is Elwood Koelder 16 son of Henry L Koelder who farms near Alexander The accident happened about am according to Sheriff Lee Lembke Koelder reportedly was headed west and McCormack north when the two vehicles collided Corn had been planted near the intersection of the gravel roads but it had been cut back and visibility wasnt too bad Lembke added A nearby farmer heard the crash and summoned ambu lances Dr McCormack gave emergency treatment to his children at the crash scene despite his own injuries The front end of the Koelder car and the side of the Mc Cormack machine were heavily damaged The McCormack family was en route to visit friends and were within a halfmile of their destination when the accident happened Koelder who was returning from church had no drivers license and charges were expected to be filed Nikita pounds desk FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS NYSec Dag Hammarskjold Monday rejected Soviet pressure o resign in a stirring defense if his post that sent Premier Khrushchev into a desk pounding frenzy of dissent Western and African delega ions rallied to Hammarskjolds lefense A topranking Asian diplomat called the Hammar skjold speech a responsible tatement And some Africans said Khrushchevs plan to abol sh the Hammarskjold job would not aid the United Nations Hammarskjold appearing un xpectedly to answer Khrush chevs attack of last Friday said ic would rather see his office break while upholding impar iality in world affairs than drift on the basis of compro mise WHEN HE HAD finished thera as a storm of applause It swelled into an ovation and Khrushchev looked displeased le began pounding his desk fur lously with his fist and was joined by Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko and other Com munist delegates The hammering of the commu nist bloc was so loud and rhyth mical it sounded like an anvil chorus above the noise of the H a m m arskjold ovation Dele gates looked around in amaze ment and Khrushchev then broke into a wide grin while keeping up the pounding At one point Prime Minister Nehru of India turned around and stared as if in disbelief Hammarskjold was followed by Czech President Antonio Novotny who followed the Khrushchev line all the way Then came Foreign Minister Diogenes Taboada of Argentina who rose to Hammarskjolds defense and condemned outside interference in Latin American affairs PRIME MINISTER John Die fenbaker of Canada followed Taboada jn another defense of Kammarskjold He called Khrushchevs proposal ab surd In a vigorous counterattack Diefenbaker poured scorn on Khrushchevs proposal to grant mmediate independence to all dependent areas He challenged Khrushchev to permit free elections in areas now under Soviet control Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia sitting behind Khrushchev did not applaud Hammarskjold Prime Minister Harold Mac millan of Britain walked in late at 11 am and missed the un scheduled Hammarskjold speech He arrived as Novotny of Czechoslovakia began a speech attacking American U2 ffights Photo by Russell Burman DEATH AT INTERSECTION Two cars involved in a crash north of Latimer are in a heap where they six others injured The McCormack station wagon is came together William McCormack Jr son of Dr at left The other machine was driven by Elwood and Mis William McCormack Ames was killed and Koelder 16 Alexander i   

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