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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Edittd for tht Hemt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 91 Asioclatcd ud United Press Intenutionii full MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1960 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 309 Neutralists hold key Vote near on Chinese issue Girls mother retaliates Muu muu does the job LOS ANGELES UPI The mother of a 12yearold girl who was sent home from school because her teacher thought her dress immodest has bought her daughter a baggy muu muu to wear at the elementary school If they want her figure covered up thats the way it will be declared Eileen Hardy referring to a bright orange flowered muu muu A muu muu is a shapeless Hawaiian dress that looks some what like a pullover bathrobe without a belt Her daughter Gary was sent home to change clothes Wednesday when she attended her seventh grade classes at Beverly Vista Elementary School in a shoulder strap dress The boys like the way I dress pouted Gary who said her figure measures 342132 They dont complain Baby has soothing effect Queen Philip never happier By ROBERT MUSEL LONDON UPI Like any other long married couple Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have had their share of quarrels but these have almost diappeared since the birth of Prince Andrew last February What a difference that bonny infant has made around the house a friend of the royal family said I know Her Maj esty is hoping for a fourth child soon so Andrew will have a com panion near his own age Prince Charles is 11 and Prin cess Anne is 10 The friend talked about Eliza beth and Philip because next month marks the 13th anniver sary of their marriage of the century in Westminster Abbey THERE WERE those who whispered then that the mar riage was arranged in the clas sical royal tradition of match making Time has given them t h e lie the friend said The Queen certainly chose exactly the kind of man everyone wanted hereto marry but she was in love him as well It is and has been a successful marriage He chuckled Theyre not the two easiest people in the world to live with you know Royalty never is But for strongwilled types they rarely clash on ma jor matters Its little things that likely produce a show of temper ament One such spat took place the morning of Princess Margarets wedding to commoner Antony ArmstrongJones May 6 It ap parently had nothing to do with the wedding although it partly accounted for the Queens som ber expression during the cere mony BY THE TIME the royal party returned to Buckingham Palace the tension had dissolved Some guests heard the smiling Queen murmur to her grinning h u s band a phrase more often heard in a cottage than in a Ashamed to be seen with me in public eh The friend said Philip has not always had a good press in Brit ain and he was trying to resolve a longstanding feud with na tional newspapers He genuinely believed they were invading the limited priva cy he has as a public figure the friend said There does not seem to be any move to elevate Philip to prince consort a played by Queen Victorias Albert Until this happens Philip theoretical ly does not have the right to at tend the Queens discussions with her ministers The friend said he would not be surprised if the mothers of eligible daughters are already planning a longterm strategy for the richest of a 1 1 match making prizes In a decade or even less Prince Charles should be looking for a wife who will become a queen FAIR North Iowa Generally fair a little warmer Friday night lows in the 40s Fair and warmer Saturday highs up per 70s Iowa Generally fair through Saturday Warmer north and west Friday night lows lower 40s in east to upper 40s in west Warmer Saturday highs mid 70s east to 80s west Further fair and warm Sunday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 7 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Cool at the start of the period with a warming trend at the mid die of the period Normal highs are from the mid 60s in the north to near 70 in the south Normal lows are from 40 in the north to the mid 40s in the south Rainfall wUl av erage less than 20 of an inch in showers likely toward the end of the period Minnesota Continued mild pleasant Highs Saturday 68 75 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Maximum 69 Minimum 32 At 8 am 39 Trading stamps for church attendance LAKE WALES Fla minister of the First Methodist Church of Lake Wales is offer ing trading stamps for attend ance at Sunday night services The Rev Robert C Boggs said each person attending would receive five stamps Its my impression that some feel more at home where trading stamps are offered than they do in the normal church service he said We want everyone to feel at home SAME European Foods Ruth Hall the Globe Gazettes writer on foods has another in her series of articles based on a summer of leisurely motor travel through central Eu rope If you like to and who doesnt turn to Page 20 Reds seek admission to U N UNITED NATIONS NY UP The UN General Assembly pushed toward a Critical East West showdown vote on Red China Friday amid rising Wes tern concern over the position of new African nations who may hold the key to the out come Heralding a bitter struggle to be waged on the floor Nation alist China denounced the Red Peiping regime as the worlds greatest menace to internation al peace and security and pre dicted its downfall in violent revolution NATIONALIST Chinese Am bassador T F Tsiang leveled this charge in the general policy debate Discussion of whether Red Chinas claim to member ship should be taken up in full dress debate resumes at an eve ning session and question of placing the matter on the as semblys agenda is approach ing a weathervane vote Worries of the Western Allies are centered about neutralist and AfricanAsian disappoint ment at the United States oyer US maneuvers heading off a resolution seeking a USSoviet summit Soviet Premier Khrush chev and his Communist bloc quick to take advantage of this turn are courting the Africans with attacks on the United States keyed to charges of dis crimination against Negroes Tsiang anticipating the bitter discussion to follow asserted Red China bringing all is dedicated to Asia under Com munist domination and of ex tending its nefarious activities beyond Asia to Africa and Latin America in a drive for im perialist expansion THE IMMINENT vote is not on the question of admitting Red ihina to UN membership but on the question whether to place a Sovietbacked resolution on the assemblys agenda for full de bate For nine years the United States has persuaded the Assem bly to bypass the issue The vote last year against put ting the Chinese question on the agenda was 4429 with 9 absten tions But this year 16 new na neutralist in entered the General Assembly Khrushchev has been working on them day and night inside and outside the U N Until the past few days Amer ican authorities felt certain their proposal had sufficient backing to get the question tabled for an other year The new neutralist countries however now appear SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN was pushed for Mrs Filbrandt 22 In Sheriffs officers National Guardsmen the bottom photo Guardsmen tramp and volunteers converge on the Ken through high grass and brush She neth Filbrandt farm a mile north of later was found near a beanfield Nora Springs top as a search Missing Norn Springs woman found in field Candidates in big clash on civil rights WASHINGTON Iff Sen John F Kennedy said riday that no matter what Richard M Nixon says in lis Southern speeches he has spoken out repeatedly for ivil rights And while he was at it the Democratic presidential nominee hallenged Nixon to say where he stands on Negro sitins and in a fair employment practices commission Nixon had said of Kennedy Nowhere in the South has he squarely faced up to this civil since his nomination In a bristling reply statement Kennedy said Although Mr has recklessly charged me with failing to discuss civil rights in the South I have affirmed my support of the Demo cratic platform and my concern that every American regard of race be assured his full constitutional rights in every 2 teenagers ordered to be executed NEW YORK m Society pursue and continue to pur ue the study of basic and pri mary reasons for youthful out ireaks of violence So said the judge during a ourtroom drama in which two Mrs Kenneth Filbrandt 22 is alive and in fair condition at Park Hospital The Nora Springs woman missing from her home since Wednesday night was found alive near a beanfield near her home at about 1 pm Friday A mass search started for the woman Friday morning when volunteer firemen national guardsmen sheriffs and high way patrolmen began combing the wooded area and farmland near the Filbrandt home to be the equation N big Xfactor in the On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 6 Sports 1112 Clear Lake News 13 The BlueJ 14 Comics 16 CubGazette 17 Mason City News w 1819 Latest Markets 19 North Iowa News 22 PLAN PRESENTED DES MOINES ffi A plan to gear salary scales of county of ficers to real and personal prop erty tax valuation rather than population is before the Iowa Association of County Officers for consideration Included in the search were two bloodhounds from the sher iffs office in Sigourney Keokuk County MRS FILBRANDT was re ported suffering from exposure She was very weak but able to talk to her husband Filbrandt reported his wife missing Thursday afternoon Sheriffs officers and highway patrolmen searched Thursday afternoon and night and called in additional assistance Friday morning Authorities said Mrs Fil brandt who is six months pregnant had had a quarrel with her luisband previous to leaving home A highway patrol plane searching Friday flew over the area where Mrs Filbrandt was ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW YORK Mrs Abraham Hahn has tear fully confessed she did some acting of her own on the television show This Is Your Life to boost her daughters stage career Mrs Hahn 44 confirmed her husbands story that the May 4 Mothers Day salute to Mrs Hahn was a fake and that the couple actually was estranged although the show depicted the Hahns as one big happy family Hahn has filed a suit against NBC and Ralph Edwards mas ter of ceremonies HAVANA Fidel Castros government clamped secrecy on operations against a band of invaders who escaped to the mountains after landing on the north east tip of Cuba this week A reliable source reported that four separate invading groups totaling 200 men landed during the week SCHENECTADY N Y The mayor and city manager declared a state of emergency here after jostling shouting and fistfighting broke out on picket lines surrounding the large General Electric plant LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Officials in north east Katanga Province reported at least 35 persons killed in recent days by raiding Baluba tribesmen loyal to ousted Congolese Premier Patrice Lumumba found her but reported not seeing School bond issue again fails to pass ROCKFORD Voters in the Rockford Rudd Marble Rock Community School District again failed to pass the pro posed bond issue for to build a new high school in Rockford The total vote was 1495 with 839 to 613 or 58 per cent of the votes in favor of the pro posal Sixty per cent is re quired for passage The breakdown of votes in this second election was Rudd 138 to 118 in favor Rockford 581 to 205 in favor Marble Rock 120 to 290 against the issue The proposal first was voted on Aug 12 At that time a total of 1190 votes were cast with the1 result 599 to 585 or 52 per cent in favor The difficulty in getting the issue passed reportedly stems from a feeling in some quarters that the taxes necessary for the new school would be unfair to the rural residents as compared to those living in town The board of directors plans to set a date for another elec tion PEAK PASSED WASHINGTON states reported 179 new polio cases last week 121 of them paralytic There were indications the 1961 peak definitely had been passed A Cerro Gordo County sheriff said Mrs Filbrandt was found in a ditch in deep weeds between the Rock Island Railroad tracks and a bean field The spot where she was found is located south west of the home THE SHERIFF said a group of searchers working the tracks were the first to come upon the missing woman Bloodhounds used in the search during the morning started off in her di rection but lost the scent Snells Ambulance Service was called to take the woman to Park Hospital An earlier search had thor oughly scoured all other areas near the home Aiding in the search were five jeep loads of national guardsmen and eight volunteer firemen working with the Civil Defense unit under di rection of Boyd Arnold head of erro Gordo County Civil De ense About 75 volunteers in all aided in the search eenagers Dracula and the Umbrella Man were sent nced to the electric chair for tie murder of two youngsters n a Manhattan playground Four other members of a ma auding band of Puerto Rican ouths drew long prison terms THE VICTIMS were stabbed o death in the playground as he gang was looking for en mies in a neighborhood feud The slain boys who had no part n gang feuds in the area were attacked as they chatted with friends after a movie Judge Gerald Culkin who im posed sentences Thursday ha no choice in the cases of two o the gang A jury had convictec them July 20 on firstdegre murder charges with no rec ommendation for means the death chair THOSE DOOMED are Salva dor Dracula Agron 16 who got his nickname from the black cape he wore as a symbol of gang leadership and Luis Um brella Man Hernandez 17 nicknamed because of his af fectation of carrying an um brella They showed no emotion when sentences were pronounced Victims of the attack were Robert Young and Anthony Krzesinski both 16 They were killed Aug 30 1959 TEA FOR TWO DERBY England UPI Pamela Bishop 17 accused of stealing two cups and saucers two teaplates two knives two forks two spoons and a teapot was let off by the judge Fri day in view of the fact she is getting married soon Southern and every border state I have visited North Carolina Tennessee Kentucky and Tex as Kennedys main speech Thurs day a television talk in Cincin nati dealt with Fidel Castro and uba Here he amplified an argu ment he has been making re peatedly That the Eisenhower administration has bungled this problem especially when it sup DOrted the dictator Fulgencio Batista at a time when Ba tista was murdering thou sands AND WHAT should this nation do now Well Kennedy said it should ncourage those libertyloving Cubans who are leading the re sistance to Castro And we must make it clear to Mr Castro once and for all that we will defend our naval base at Guantanamo under all continue to seek reparation for his seizures of American property Nixon meanwhile returned from a tumultuous reception in Cleveland The big turnout came after a rousing sendoff earlier in the day at Nashville Tenn Both are normally Democratic areas in which the Republicans hope to make heavy inroads From the standpoint of crowds Nixon was given an edge over Kennedys earlier ap pearance in Nashville and at east a standoff in Cleveland IT TOOK 30 minutes for Nix ons open convertible to travel ive city blocks through flag v a v i n g cheering Cleveland crowds estimated at 150000 The vice president drew thun dering approval from the audi orium crowd when he predicted were going to win Ohio He aid many Democrats are go ng to switch over to the Re publican column in November o give the GOP victories in Ohio and other states The vice president charged Kennedy with making a mis statement of fact in telling Clevelanders a couple of weeks ago that the Republican admin istration had not effectively combatted inflation Nixon said this just wasnt so PONY TALK Les Boomhower Robert Corette Butte Mont vice presi executive secretary of the dent of the club and chairman of the Pony of the Americas Club looks over sale committee and Johnny Wood St one of the ponies entered in the fourth Joseph Mo one of the four auctioneers annual international sale of the club which started Friday at the North Iowa Fair grounds With Boomhower are working the sale A total of 150 animals will be sold at the twoday sale   

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