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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newsoaper Idlted for tht Homt II CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL Prcit infl United Preit InUnutloniJ Poll Leut Wlrei The newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1960 neighbors 7c a Copy Ptper Consists of Two One HOME B0JTION N0 I Candidates agreed on defense of Berlin antibigotry By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A wideranging third tele vision argument found the two major presidential candidates are agreedon only two sub jects Defending Berlin and Condemning religious bigotry Separated by the width of the continent but brought to a single screen Vice Presi dent Richard M Nixon and Sen John F Kennedy flailed at each other Thursday night an the issues of war and Action by Louisiana watched Illegitimacy is target By WILLIAM DICKINSON JR GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON What is to follow the dropping of some 6000 unwed mothers with 22000 children from Louisianas relief rolls will be closely followed by officials of other states in which taxpayers have agitated for similar action About one third of the state legislatures have considered measures to exclude illegiti mate the sec ond child or subsequent children born out of bene fits of the federalstate Aid to Dependent Children program But until Louisiana put its new law into effect this month no state had been willing to chal lenge the Social Security Admin istrations warning that en forcement of such legislation might result in loss of the full 60 per cent federal contribution to dependent children programs FEDERAL OFFICIALS have been moving cautiously to avoid causing hardship to all 103000 Louisiana families with dependent children Unless Loui siana moderates its porgram however they see no avoidance of an early call upon the state to show cause in public hearings why the federal payments should not be suspended A paragraph in a recent re port to the Senate Appropria tions Committee indicates the present position of the Social Security Administration The administration believes that le gal authority would take the view that state law discriminat ing between first and subse quent illegitimates contravenes the right of persons to equal protection of the laws guaran teed by the 14th amendment to the U S Constitution in that it establishes an unreasona b 1 e state plan of classification WHEN THE Georgia legisla ture sought in 1951 to curb il legitimacy by the method now being attempted in Louisiana the attorney general of the state held the measure to be in con flict with the state as well as the federal Constitution Several states presently have laws which call for denial or re lief payments if a childs home is unsuitable with illegitima cy considered prima facie evi d e n c e of unsuitability But actual enforcement has been found to result in institutionali zation of the children at heavy expense when payments are cut off THE TAX foundation report ed that payments under the Aid to Dependent Children program totaled last year and that more than 20 per cent of the families receiving aid had one or more illegitimate chil dren Total cost of the ADC program back in 1950 was 697000 Meanwhile the upward trend in the number of illegitimate births continues Well over twice as many babies were born out of wedlock in 1958 latest year for which full data are avail able as in com pared with 89000 However only 135 per cent of the countrys il legitimate children under 18 are at present being supported with the aid of federalstate welfare funds The average ADC payment per family is a month which appears to exasperated taxpayers in some parts of the country to be enough to make volume production of babies a profitable enterprise peace how to stop national emergency strikes the state of American prestige and the cost of farm programs It was a smooth program and both sides thought they had won Nixon called the encounter good fastmoving a good clash Kennedy told report ers I thought we touched on important matters that are at issue in the campaign One of their sharpest dis agreements was over defense of Quemoy and Matsu two small islands garrisoned by National China but located within a few miles of the Red Chinese mainland The issue has mushroomed since their second debate a week ago Both agreed the islands should not be yielded under threat of Communist guns But Kennedy who has urged ef forts to get a Chinese Nation alist withdrawal from the islands said Nixon was going further than the Eisenhower administration in advocating defense of them Nixon contended that with drawal would damage this country in the eyes of Asia and said Kennedys position would encourage the Reds to push to the point where war is inevitable That brought a Kennedy charge that Nixori was distort ing the record The issue of Kennedys Roman Catholic religion was brought into the debate for the first time A reporter quoted Rep Adam Clayton Powell New York Negro con gressman as saying that The Ku Klux Klan is riding again in this campaign in opposition to Kennedy v The newsman said Gov Michael V DiSalle of Ohio a Roman Catholic was saying much me same thing DiSalle said he was not quoted cor rectly He merely reported he said that the head of the klan had said he would vote for Nixon Kennedy said he had seen a similar report He said he didnt suggest in any way that the vice president has any sympathy with or involvement with the klan That is absurd Kennedy said I dont suggest that I dont support it I would dis agree with it Nixon a Quaker said he welcomed the chance to join Kennedy in repudiating the klan or anybody who uses the religious issue In Tampa Fla W J Grif fin head of the state klan said I dont give a damn what Nixon said Im still voting for him DUNKED IN CHAMPAGNE Youve heard of politicians being called all wet Now heres a prime example Pittsburghs Mayor Joseph Barr ven tured into the Pirates dressing room after the final World Series game AP Photofax Thursday and he came out soaked from head to toe with champagne The Bucs were celebrating their first Se ries title in 35 years after defeating the New York Yankees 109 in the de ciding game N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDON Anastas I Mokoyan the Armenian trade wizard is in eclipse diplomatic dispatches reaching here say Mikoyan who as first deputy pre mier headed a trade mission to Cuba early this year has faded out of the Soviet hierarchys major activi ties and may be on his way out altogether NEW YORK Police and FBI agents have ar rested Francisco the Hook Molina 28 sought in the fatal shooting of a Venezuelan girl here The girl sitting in a restaurant with her parents while on va cation trip here was hit by gunfire during a clash between foes and friends of Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro DALLAS Tex Ivan Bunny president of the Dallas Golf Club was tickled pink over President Eisenhowers birthday Friday At last said Bunny hes in the low 70s VIENTIANE Laos Premier Prince Souvanna Phouma of Laos told the United States he will not change his neutralist policy and if the United States doesnot like it he will have to seek assistance else where On the inside Editorials Page 4 Tht Maroon 5 Society 89 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports 1314 CubGazette 17 ClearLake News 18 Comics 19 North Iowa News 22 missing flier is called off HONOLULU The Wake Island airsea search for a miss ing flier Lt Duane Stirling 28 Fargo N D was called off Thursday night the Navy an nounced The North Dakota Air National Guard pilot was at tempting to fly nonstop from Oakland Calif to Manila 7 698 miles when his singleen gine plane plunged into the Paci fic near Wake Island Wednes day night ISU students held in store robbery AMES Iowa State University students were ar rested on the roof of a super market here early Eriday hold ing a paper sack containing about in cash The two who were being held by police were identified as Paul Stolze 22 Burlington a senior and Paul Martin Jr 21 a junior a native of Kansas City Mo who lives with his wife in a trailer court here SAMI UATIIWSH Castro grabs more firms HAVANA Fidel Castros regime took a huge step Friday toward complete state control of Cubas basic industries by na tionalizing 382 firms including all Cuban banks and 105 sugar mills This was the first nationaliza tion of Cubanowned property The government previously had nationalized the bulk of U S investments in this country in cluding 36 sugar m i ll s and banks estimated to be worth a total of a billion dollars The new nationalization de cree was signed by the prime minister and President Osvaldo Dorticos It included 50 textile factories 8 railways 11 movie chains 13 department stores 16 rice mills 6 distilleries and 11 coffee companies Many had been taken at least partially under government con trol previously Chiang rejects Kennedys view TAIPEI Chiang Kaisheks regime Friday angrily rejected US Sen John F Kennedys proposal that the Nationalists withdraw from Quemoy and Matsu A statement read by foreign office spokesman James Shen at a news conference reiterated the Nationalist determination to hold the two islands just off the Com munist mainland and sard the blood of noAmerican soldier needs to be shed on them might do well to make it perfectly clear that under no circumstances would the Repub lic of China abandon any square inch of its territory to oblige anybody including the senator the foreign office declared NiW MEMBERS GENEVA UP The new Af rican republic of Upper Volta and Niger have been admitted to full membership in the World Health Organization This raises the membership to 94 nations Gotham sighs as Nik leaves UNITED NATIONS NY United Nations headquarters re laxed security precautions and breathed a collective sigh of re lief Friday as Nikita S Khrush chev returned to Moscow after a 25day visit that shook the world A massive contingent of New York police drawn up to control pickets and prevent unauthor ized access to the headquarters buildings was withdrawn from First Avenue abutting the UN area Special UN passes re quired of UN personnel re porters and even waitresses in the dining rooms were no longer needed to get into the tall sec retariat building on the East River The Soviet premier left behind the memory of a bully a vul garian a piledriving debater an expert propagandist and a Jekyll and Hyde who talked peace out of one side of his mouth and nuclear war out of the other Ike feted on his 70th birthday WASHINGTON fflDwight D Eisenhower was 70 Friday the first man ever to serve to that age as President of the United States H a p p y birthday greetings flooded in from around the world and the District of Co lumbia government invited the Presidents neighbors from the entire Washington area to a midday party on the White House lawn During the afternoon the Pres ident and Mrs Eisenhower traveled to their farm at Gettys burg Pa for a family observ ance of his birth anniversary On hand for dinner there were his four grandchildren and their parents Lt Col and Mrs John Eisenhower On Monday Eisenhower who has traveled hundreds of thou sands of miles in this country and abroad as President will be off on another long nineday 6728mile campaign trip will take him coast to coast Many White House visitors re mark ftiese days that the Presi dent seems to be as chipper as they have ever seen him They also report what is generally ob vious that he is looking for ward to retirement to private life Jan 20 after nearly a half century of service to the nation He knows all the time just how many more months weeks and days he has in office COOL North Iowa Frost and freezing temperature warning extreme north Clearing and colder Friday night with freezing temperatures likely extreme north portion lows 30 to 35 Mostly fair and cool Saturday highs in low 60s Iowa Saturday mostly fair High in the 60s Further out fair and con tinued cool Sunday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are 60 to 65 de grees and normal lows 38 to 44 degrees Cool at the be ginning of the period with a gradual rise in temperatures after Sunday Rainfall will average 10 to 25 of an inch in occasional rain toward the end of the period Minnesota Partly cloudy cold er Highs Saturday in 50s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 70 Minimum 53 At 8 am 57 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 44 33 He also was a badly beaten man whipped on all but one of the great controversial issues that came to a vote in the General Assembly Clutching at straws before his departure Thursday night Khru shchev claimed a victory on the single point in which the as sembly went along with him the unanimous agreement for a hearing in plenary session on his proposal to demand immedi ate independence for all colonies HE BOARDED his giant Soviet turboprop plane at Idlewild Air pert just before midnight In his customary departure state ment he said We are leaving in a good mood An his arrival at Moscow Khrushchev was greeted by thousands many of whom poured out on the airport high way and onto the airfield itself from trucks which carried them from their jobs and homes fully an hour earlier His next major moves in the international arena he indi cated repeatedly at the United Nations will come after the presidential elections in the United States He said he did not believe American officials could fully participate until then in the question of questions disarmament HE PROPOSED a special ses sion of the UN General As sembly attended by chiefs of government to consider dis armament in Europe and early in 1961 after President Eisenhower has left office Khrushchevs last day in the assembly was typical of most of the others a mixture of rocket rattling and amiability He was on the rostrum three times He told the United States If you want war youll get war He referred to fools like retary General Dag Hammar skjold He accused President Eisen hower of lying and of being on a of American military leaders As for the Security Council he said it was worse than a jspittoon a cuspidor IKE TURNS 70 President Eisenhow er provokes laughs as he adds a bit of information to legend on a bouquet of rosesvgiven him by former GOP lead er Meade at the White House in honor of his 70th birthday AP Photofax Each rose bore a card with a date of an Eisenhower milestone He examined one with 1915 date and the notation made 1st lieutenant and added That is also the year I got married v AP Photofax NO 1 Ken nedy takes a last minute look at the stage where her hus band Democratic presidential candidate Sen John Kennedy is about to go on camera for the transcontinental television debate with Vice President Nixon She is standing in the doorway of the room reserved for Kennedy before his ap pearance in the New York television studio Tactics become apparent WASHINGTON three great debates on TV the tac the Vice President Richard M Nixon and Sen John F Kennedy begin to show through Nixon is a generalizer who makes frequent use of that old time debating tactic The big needle When he thinks he has a good thing going he wont let go He gets sentimental and like a namedropper identifies aimself with President Eisen tiower Kennedy who evidently does his homework is much more specific and detailed than Nixon but lets himself lose a lot of time trying to extract the Nixon needle Recently he became quite a needier himself FOR EXAMPLE As TV watchers could see for them selves he had gotten under Nix ons skin by aa earlier remark calling him triggerhappy But Kennedy talks too fast throwing out facts names and dates as if he assumed all the millions of TV viewers were as familiar with these things as he himself is And he seems to lack a dramatic sense Before the campaign ever got under way Nixon told newsmen hed go heavy on generaliza tions light on details He has followed that course For in stance Thursday night instead of going into detail on defense plans he said he would make a major speech about it NIXON USES the needle virt ous ways Byaccusing Kennedy of reversing himself talking one way now and another before of wanting to spend too much of getting facts mixed A spot check of voters across the country indicated that neither has forged ahead on the strength of his showing in three television debates Some viewers had praise for both Nixon and Kennedy Looking at these debates said Howard Hayden a manu facturers agent in Detroit has made me proud that we have two such brilliant young men in the United States   

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