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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME VOL AnocUUd tnd United PWM Intenmtlonil FuD Wirw MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1WO 7c Paper Consists ot Four It Resignation of Hansen still not recorded DES MOINES UPI Three members of the Legislative Interim Committee Thursday demanded to see the Governors official records in the case of the resignation of John R Hansen from the Board of Con trol They were told however that the resignation had not been officially entered in the executive journal The members asked to see the journal they said in the in terests of fairness to see if the resignation of the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor had been officially entered The record was not given to them because Gov Herschel C Loveless was not in town But his administrative assistant Park Rinard told the legislators the resignation had not been entered When asked why Rinard said the legislators would have to get that from the Governor himself However Rinard told State Sens Lawrence Putney Glad brook John Shoeman Atlantic and State Rep George Paul the Governor felt Hansens serv ices to the Board of Control were valuable and hinted this might have been the reason why his resignation failed to reach Strength of GOP growng Support for incumbents By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J relative strength of GOP U S senators who are running for re election is revealed in the first trial heat election just com pleted among rank and file vot ers In this first test of strength GOP senators running for elec tion lead their Democratic rivals by a margin of six per cent THE ACTUAL question used Suppose the U S Sen ate elections were being held in your state todayA Which candidate would you rather see w i n The Republican partys or the Democratic partys This is the way trained re porters see it at this time the official journal THE DISPUTE arose recently when W L Mooty Republican candidate for lieutenant gover nor charged Hansen of Man ning was violating state law by running for lieutenant governor while still a member of the board Loveless at a news confer ence Oct 10 said as far as Republican senators 50 Democratic opponents 44 Undecided neither Among GOP senators running for reelection are Gordon Allot Colorado Henry C Dworshak Idaho Andrew F Schoeppel Kansas John Sherman Cooper Kentucky Margaret Chase Smith Maine Leverett Salton stall Massachusetts Carl T Curtis Nebraska Styles Bridges New Hampshire Clif ford P Case New Jersey am Karl E Mundt South Dakota Todays results would seem to indicate that most of the forego ing senators have a good chance of winning another term in the 100 member organization FOUR IMPORTANT facts should be kept inmind in inter preting todays results 1 The findings apply to the popular vote as a whole in these states not to any single state 2 The findings are a reflec tion of sentiment 19 days in ad vance of election day and can not in any sense be construed as a forecast of what will happen on Nov 8 3 During the coming days campaigning will swing into high gear Voters will have a better opportunity to learn more about the candidates their rec ords and their platforms 4 All public opinion polls are subject to a margin of deviation which in the case of Princetor Research Service has averaged less than four per cent I re ton motorist victim of crash IRETON Grau 68 rural Ire ton was killed Wednesday when he was run over by a truck after being thrown out of his auto when the two vehicles collided I am cerned c o n Han HANSEN sen s resigna tion had been accepted and that he was no longer a mem ber of the three man board in charge of the states penal and mental health institu tions But board member Jim 0 Henry said he had signed Han sens leave of absence effective Sept 16 and that he felt Han sen was still a member He has received no pay according to SAME Flfirci 34 Mnri the comptrollers office since Sept 15 PUTNEY LATER called the failure of the resignation to be placed on the official records as a flagrant violation of the Code of Iowa Shoeman said many people have asked us if Hansens resignation had been accepted We read in the paper that it had and now we find it hasnt Paul posed the question to Ri nard Is it not a fair assump tion that since the Governor feels Hansen is such a valuable man he also feels that if Han sen were defeated he could fill out his term on the Board of Control Rinard replied I am sure the Governor doesnt feel he Han sen isgoing to be defeated Hansens term expires June 30 1963 In defense of the action Ri nard said that Hansens shoes are so big to fill the Governor is taking his time in naming a successor Loveless a candidate for the US Senate has said it was difficult to find a person willing to give up his business to take the job when it might only last until the legislature meets in January i AP Photofax PRAIRIE PISA Italy has its leaningtower of Pisa and Buffalo Lake Minn its leaning silo Farm er Christ Johnson left says his 35foot silo has been going out of plumb about an inch a day since he loaded it with 80 tons of silage Construction men say the foundation is crumbling and that the silo is doomed Pondering the problem with Johnson are his three sons left to right Ervin Dennis and Al fred News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HAVANA An informed diplomatic source said that five Cuban air force fighter planes were painted with U S insignia at a suburban militaiy airport It was presumed that Cuba intended to use the aircraft in a faked incident to strengthen its charges before the United Nations that the U S is preparing an imminent armed invasion of Cuba LOS ANGELES The jury is at least deliberat ing in the FinchTregoff murder retrial the longest criminal hearing in Los Angeles County history For weeks one man and eleven women jurors have heard evidence and argument supporting and deny ing the states claim that Dr R Bernard Finch and his pretty mistress Carole Tregoff killed his wife LEOPOLDVILLE Congo The president of the Congos capital province threatened to secede in an open clash with army leader Col Joseph Mobutu accusing Mobutus soldiers of maintaining a regime of terror bloodshed and rape NEW YORK Adm Arthur Radford former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff warned that Sen John F Kennedys stand on Matsu and Quemoy might involve the United States in war if Kennedy is elected president Radford made the statement after a conference with Vice President Richard Nixon Mercury tumbles records smashed AP Photofax HOURS HIS BOY Yankees coowner Dan Topping puts hands on the shoulder of dapper Ralph Houk at press conference in New York hotel and announces the former catcher turned coach will take over the managerial reins of the New York American league baseball team to succeed Casey Stengel Details on sports A blast of cold arctic air sent the mercury tumbling to record lows for the date across Iowa Thursday but a warming trend moved in on its heels The mercury tumbled into the teens over most of the state and got down to an unofficial 10 above at Ida Grove Records dating back gener ally 30 one dating back 44 years were broken The reading of 16 at Sioux City broke the old mark of 17 set in 1916 Records dating back to 1930 were broken at Des Moines Spencer and Burlington Des Moines had a low of 20 Spencer a low of 13 and Burlington a low of 21 Mason City was one of many other points with only a degree from previous lows The low reading here was record for the date being 14 set in 1952 A general warming trend was expected to spread over the state from the west by Thursday night with warmer tempera tures in the offing for Friday and Saturday The center of the cold arctic air mass was centered over southern Missouri Khrushchev warns West Russia has Asubs with missiles too FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES MOSCOW Premier Nikita Khrushchev said Thursday the Sovi t Union has nuclearpow ered submarines armed with rockets He made the statement with out elaboration during the course of a speech in which he reported on his 25 days at the United Nations General As sembly in New York Recently in t h e American press a note appeared that the Pentagon is going to send to Soviet shores submarines with nuclear weapons Khrushchev said American generals can not but know that we too have submarines with atomic motors armed with rockets Referring to these reported plans to send US submarines into waters bordering Russia he said This is a criminal pol icy on the brink of war But then he added that while relations between the United States and the Soviet Union had grown worse for no fault of ours he predicted things would get better We are confident that the time will come when the rela tions between our states our peoples our governments will improve he said Khrushchev added that it was his conviction that mankind will Economic council proposed NEW YORK Presi dent Richard M Nixon Thurs day proposed establishing a Na tional Economic of a 12point program he set forth to accelerate economic progress in the United States The council he suggested would correspond to the Nation al Security Council which ad vises the chief executive on the problems of security FOR THE FIRST time he em phasized the possibility of an early warning economic intelli gence system He said it could operate through flexible credit and fiscal possibilities that could include tax adjustments o protect the economy against threats to stable growth Much of what the Republican presidential candidate said in tiis on pro posals which he previously had made in criticism of Democratic programs Sen John F Kennedy mean while accused Nixon of trying to debate with onesided state ments while refusing to make iis answers and charges in di rect television confrontations OTth 70 million people watch ng KENNEDY SAID it is an in teresting fact that Nixon is willing to continue the debate by issuing statements with a du plicating machine Kennedy said he answer to the Nixon white paper will be millions of white papers cast on Nov 8 The dispme about the future of the television debate series between the candidates went on missaries of the two sched uled discussions of possible ex ension of Friday nights meet ng to two hours instead of one This was Nixons proposal accepted in principle by Ken nedy although the Democratic candidate has been insisting here should be a fifth debate close to the election Bird dog soon may replace the hot dog LOUISVILLE Ky smokedchicken bologna Its ext says Dr Robert Baker of ie Cornell University He told entucky poultrymen Tuesday lat a new chicken product has een testmarketed in Ithaca N under names of chicken rankfurters and bird dogs He said they captured 15 per ent of the hot dog market AP Pbotofax A VOTE FOR GUESS WHO Mrs Peter Law ford wife of actor Peter Lawford and sister of Sen John F Kennedy pauses in the office of Los Angeles County registrar of voters before casting her absen tee ballot in this falls election Mrs Lawford leaves to join Kennedy Democratic presidential candidate during the windup of his campaign Shell spend election day with the Kennedy family in Massachu setts Price of gold hits new high LONDON WThe soaring price of gold reached an un precedented high of 290 shillings per fine ounce in the last minutes of trading on the London Exchange Thursday This is above the price of gold set by the United States government and means there likely will be an increased de mand from foreign countries on he gold hoard held there Private trading in gold is il legal in the United States but is carried on here and in Eu ropean countries as well as in Canada Markets in these other countries soared Thursday On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 North Iowa News 18 Sports 1920 Comics 21 Mason City News 2627 Latest Markets 27 Clear Lake News 30 PARTLY CLOUDY North Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday night and Friday Lows Friday night in lower 30s High Friday in mid 50s Iowa Partly cloudy and warm er Thursday night and Frij day Lows Thursday night 30 east to 35 west Highs Fridays 5560 Further ly cloudy and warmer Satur day Minnesota Clearing and warm er Highs Friday around 45 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 40 Minimum 22 YEAR AGO Maximum 73 Minimum 38 not perish in the cause of a new world but will only final ly and resolutely discard the rotten capitalist system which engenders wars Although liquidation of the capitalist system is the main question in the development of Communist society he said that only adventurers can think that a change in the social sys tem can be achieved by un leashing a war among states This was a reiteration of his theme of peaceful coexis tence which implies that cap italism will fall of its own ex cesses The Peiping regime has supported a harder line that says war between capitalism and communism is inevitable KHRUSHCHEV SAID the Com munist bloc is no weaker than the aggressive western alliances of NATO SEATO and CENTO Now the Communist coun tries have unheard of means of exerting influence upon the cap italist countries and even of compelling them to disarm he said Khrushchev did not expand upon this point An estimated 12000 persons jammed into the Lenin sports stadium to hear his report which also was broadcast over nationwide radio and television networks Declaring an extraordinary session should be held next March and April he said that if the heads of state and govern ment agree in principle on a solution of the question of gen eral and complete disarmament they could indicate the direction for additional work by a nar rower panel He spoke of this panel as the 15nation committee The So viet Union wants to expand the 10nation EastWest disarma ment committee to 15 by the addition of five nations Bilked of says Mason Cityan John Meyers Burkesville Ky wanted in Cerro Gordo County on charges of obtaining moncunder false pretenses Thursday was awaiting an tradition hearing in Burkesville Meyers is wanted for the al legtd swindling of from a Mason Cityan in the sale of stock in a nonexistent oil well He is believed to have sold be tween and of worthl is stock in Mason City according to the sheriffs office Meyers is free in Burkesville on bond after being taken into custody by authorities there He refused to waive preliminary hearing and the extradition hearing was set for Oct 26 Pappas and a witness plan to go to Burkesville for the hear ing FLANAGAN DIES OMAHA Neb Patrick Aloysius Flanagan brother of the founder of Boys Town Neb died here Wednes day after a long illness To the wall Cubans shouted Mother pleaded for sons life MIAMI UPI A mother told how she watched a Cuban military court condemn her son to a firing squad and then was denied the right to bury him Spectators in the courtroom shouted to the wall and a boy sold soft drinks while her sons fate was decided she said Jennie Jewett Fuller 59 described the last hours of her son Robert Fuller 25 who was shot by a firing squad near Santiago Cuba last Sun day Another American Dale Thompson 30 Queen City Texas and seven Cubans were executed it the tame time Still another American An thony Zarba had been shot earlier All were accused as members of counter revolu tionary invasion forces Mrs Fuller who now lives in Miami had been a resident of Holguin Cuba since she was three Robert was raised there She went to Santiago on word that her son had been captured She waited several hours she said for the trial to be gin Then a door at the other side of the courtroom opened and soldiers came in I saw Pobby and another American handcuffed together and two Cuban prisoners She had been warned if she cried or made a scene she would be put out Mrs Fuller said When her son saw her he winked she said Near meCuban men and women started to chant To the wall to the wall I stood up and stretched out my arms to a group of Cuban women nearest me and said Please dont Please dont Im a mother too One of those boys over there is my son Mrs Fuller said when she heard the death sentence I put my head on a sort of desk and cried I just couldnt be lieve this was happening to Bobby After the sentence she spent several hours trying to appeal her sons conviction unsuccessfully Then she went to see him about 11 pm for five minutes I arked him Bobby why did ou have to do this And he answered This was some thing I had to do Im proud to die before a Communist fir ing squad Just be glad that pop didnt come too The firing squad shot Fuller at am Mrs Fuller said she later phoned officials to ask for his body so she could bury him This was refused Fuller was buried in a com mon grave with the other vic tims of the firing squad i   

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