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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowcif Daily Newspaper Edited for thi Horn I MASON CITY GLOBEGAIETTE HOME Tht newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors VOL 99 AnoeUted Pwii ud OalUd PrtM atenttloni UMt MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 1940 7e Copy Paper Consuls of Two SectionsSection No II AP Photofax MISS IOWA WITH PAT Sallf airport where she presented her with a Neville Davenport who represented bouquet of roses on the Nixons arrival Iowa in the Miss America is for the vice presidents speech at a shown with Mrs Richard Nixon at the rally in Davenport Davenport in rousing greetings to Nixons DAVENPORT In the words of Vice President Richard Nixon no place on his whistle stop tour of the country this week gave him a more enthu siastic reception than did lowans who turned out to see and hear him in Davenport Further demonstrations for the Republican presidential can didate came Saturday morning as he moved into Rock Island No change in races for House Demos still hold edge Ry KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N of the latest trial of voter preference for candidates for the House of Representa tives shows Democratic candi dates running ahead of GOP candidates by a whopping 128 per cent margin This is slight ly bigger than the margin they racked up in the 1958 Congres sional elections when they swept the nation with a whop ping 12 per cent margin Todays results are of special interest because they indicate clearly that the GOP vice pres ident must run well ahead of his partys con gressional candi dates if he is to win on NOV 8 HERES HOW the vote went in the latest survey with citi zens in all walks of life If tht elections for Con gress were being held today which party would you like to see win in your own congres sional district The Results Democrats 564 Republicans 436 Three weeks ago findings on the same question showed Dem ocratic candidates for the House with 56 per cent Republican candidates with 44 per cent fThus overthe past 21 days changes have been slight IN 1958 the fctmoerats won control of theHouse by a mar gin of 129 seats while picking up 56 per cent of the popular vote Worthy of particular note too is that the GOP has been unable to win a majority of the popular vote for candidates for the House in the last six nation wide elections from 1948 through 1958 inclusive Even in 1956 the year Dwight D Eisenhower won such an im pressive victory the Democrats were able to win control of the House of Representatives by a majority of 35 seats for a rally preceding his de parture for Chicago Estimates of the crowds that greeted Nixon and his wife Pat after their arrival here Friday night were around 25000 in cluding those at the airport peo ple who lined Davenport streets and the audience for his night speech at Masonic Temple NIXON TOOK the occasion to hammer away anew at the farm plan proposed by his Demo ratic rival Sen JohnF Ken nedy He said Kennedy would put back under rigid government ontrol the 60 per cent of American agriculture that until now has been virtually free He said it would cause consum er price increases of 16 cents a pound on beef 24 cents a pound on pork 28 cents a dozen on Nixon gets big boost from Ike PHILADELPHIA free swinging assault by President Eisenhower on Democratic ir responsibility raised Republi can hopes Saturday for home stretch vigor in the final 10 days of the presidential campaign Eisenhower flew here Friday night for a nationally televised speech in his drive to make his vice president Richard M Nix on his successor Nixon was re ported extremely exhilarated by the Presidents praise Eisenhower sparked bursts of applause as he hammered hard at Sen John F Kennedys charges that Republican leader ship has damaged American prestige abroad and steered the country into economic doldrums The President drew cheers this shaft at the Demo cratic nominee My friends anyone who seeks to grasp the reins of world leadership should nQt spend all his time wringing his hands Declaring Nixon by long odds the best qualified man to be president Eisenhower struck the familiar Republican theme that Kennedy is immature and brash Though he never men tioned Kennedy byname Eisen hower said I hear that one candidate says he will act first and act fast America needs a man who will think first and then act wisely SAME DATI1WJM eggs and five cents a quart on milk These figures from previous speeches were brought ou again for this Iowa section oj the farm belt Nixon said his farm program will not damage the farmers and the country and will help solve the agricultural problem without gouging the consumer We shouldtreat our agricul tural abundance as a blessing and use our existing surpluses constructively here and at home and in furtherance of the cause of freedom abroad he said COLOR FANFARE excite ment and a torchlight parade marked the turnout for the presidential candidate In the crowds were the old and the young At one street intersection on the route from the airport to the Blackhawk Hotel where the Nixon party stayed overnight the convertible carrying the vice president and his wife was mobbed People who wanted to shake Nixons hand surged about the car and held up the procession for awhile Confetti that showered the candidate was still on his hair he halted to respond to the greeting at the hotel To about 5000 persons gathered there he said WE HAVE HAD good turn outs as we traveled the coup try but never whether in a big city or a small town have we had a better reception than in Davenport Students from two Catholic schools St Ambrose College and Marycrest College here joined in the reception at the airport St Ambrose Young Republi cans led by Father FrancL Duncan were carrying sign that the priest made himself One of them read Welcome to Pat and Dick Nixon On to Victory Also in the welcoming group was the Rt Rev Msgr John 0 McAuliffe superintendent o parochial schools in the Daven port diocese Bonn politician held for spying BONN Germany So cialist deputy member of th West German Bundestags De fense Committee was arrested Saturday on suspicion of pass ing secret documents to a Com munist espionage agent The deputy was identified a Alfred Frenzel in Parlia ment since 1953 and chairman of the lower house Restitution Committee which deals with compeniation of all victims o the Nazi regime The Interio Ministry said the deputy ha made a confemion This was the first time member of the Wcit German lower house had been arrester on such a charge Jock in retort to Nixon Tells about 52 remarks PHILADELPHIA bhn F Kennedy accused by Vice President Richard M Nix on of naive and dangerous talks about a relative decline in US prestige and military superior ly tossed the charge right back aturday He said that no more unwar ranted attack has ever been made on our prestige and mili ary posture than Nixon made in October 1952 during that ears presidential campaign He quoted Nixon as saying at that time that This nation has ost its military superiority and lie people of the world are 51 against us instead of being 91 on our side as was the case when the war ended KENNEDY ALSO said Nixon and the Republican party are unwilling to entrust the people with the real facts about where we stand with respect to pres ige abroad defense and space and the nations economy Kennedy was injured by some of his enthusiastic well wishers but he held fast to his arduous campaign schedule hrough Philadelphias vast sub urban areas Reporters close to the candi dates car said that as the mo orcade moved slowly from a supermarket parking lot there s a tremendous surge of peo ple toward Kennedys car lands were thrust out for a clasp Spme people grabbed Kennedys hand some the arm itself FOR A MOMENT said one syewitness it appeared that Kennedy might be dragged from his convertible But with the help of an aide and some policemen he was freed Kennedys face contorted in pain His right arm fell limply to his side Soon iiowever the familiar smile reappeared But Kennedy waved with his other hand thereafter GOP breaks off talks on Cubans jittery as US troops land fifth debate WASHINGTON W Repub licans Saturday broke off nego iations for a fifth TVradio de late between Vice President Richard M Nixon and Sen John F Kennedy In a telegram to the Demo ratic presidential candidates the Republicans accused Kennedy of issuing an ultimatum and charging Nixon negotiators with bad faith The telegram was sent by Fred C Scribner Jr Nixons representative longstale mated debate negotiations to J Leonard Reinsch Kennedys negotiator Scribners blast was aimed at telegram Kennedy sent Nixon Firday calling on the vice presi dent to say by Saturday night whether he would agree to the fifth debate If an agreemenl is not forthcoming by that ime Kennedy said The American people will know where to place the responsi bility THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN A bright light in a serious setting is this Halloween jackolantern fashioned from the 50foot high radome at the General Electric radar antenna test site in Syracuse N Y Cardboard patches A Photolax were mounted inside the radome to cre ate the special Halloween mask Cos tumed goblins in foreground are from left Gindy Cahill three of Camillus N J Joey Snyder seven Syracuse and Debbie Cahill five Camillus On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 5 Clear Lake News 6 Building Society News 10 Sports 1M2 Mason City News 1415 Church News 1617 Former Truman aide released on parole TALLAHASSEE Fla Lamar Caudle 56 former Tru man administration tax official was released on parole Satur day from the federal prison here where he said he had been a political prisoner Caudle was head of the Justice Departments tax division under former Presi dent Harry S TrumanHe spent about six months at the federal correctional institution here on a twoyear sentence imposed for trying to block the prosecution of a St Louis shoe manufactur er Irving Sachs for income tax evasion N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ST PAUL Minn Herman Paster 57 once pinball and slot machine king of the Upper Midwest was shot to death in his home as he read a newspa per Friday night Police Chief William Proetz said the killing reaches high into the circles of national crime WASHINGTON The White House has an nounced the resignation of John C Dreier as ambas sador to the Organization of American States While no was made ambassador to Cuba Philip Bonsai has been reported to be slated to suc ceed Dreier Premier Nikita Khrushchev has emphasized that he was speaking figuratively in his promise to aid Cuba against aggression indi cating a slight pull at the rug under Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro who has been using the rocket promise in his arguments with the United States LEOPOLDVILLE Some 5000 wellarmed Baluba tribesmen were reported marching on the town of Louisa in Kasai province murdering and loot ing aa they passed through the village of Malunda I North Iowa Cloudy with rain Saturday night and Sunday lo cally heavy west portion Windy and turning colder late Sunday Lows Saturday night upper 40s Highs Sunday low 50s Iowa Rain Saturday night with locally heavy accumulations west and North lows in upper 40s northwest to 50s southeast Sunday cloudy windy and turning colder with rain be coming intermittent in the af ternoon highs 40s northwest to upper 50s southeast Minnesota Showers colder Highs Sunday in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 66 Minimum 43 At 8 am 47 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 44 Minimum 37 Stabbing still a mystery IOWA FALLS Authorities here still are in the dark as to who stabbed Kenneth Schwebke 22 Thursday night and the reason for the act According to Schwebke a service station attendant a tel ephone call in the early evening had threatened harm to his two small children Shortly after returning from work at 10 pm Schwebke went outside thinking heard a prowlev An unknown person at tacked him with a screw driver which penetrated his shoulder He is recovering at the Ells worth Municipal Hospital Carpenters union chiefs convicted INDIANAPOLIS W Thre top Carpenters Union official awaited sentencing Saturdaj after being convicted of bribin an Indiana highway official latest in a series of highway scandals that have rocked Indi ana the last four years Convicted Friday night o bribing Harry Dogget forme rightofway buyer for the High way Department were Mauric Hutchesonpresident of the 850 000member international union 0 William Blaier vice presi dent and Frank M Chapman treasurer CRIMINAL COURT Judge M Walter Bell ordered a pre sentence investigation and se Nov 28 for sentencing The de fendents could be sentenced t 214 years in prison and fine up to each The jury of seven men an five women deliberated les than three hours before findin all three guilty of bribing an conspiracy to bribe Harry A Doggett of Greensburg forme rightofway purchasing direc tor for the Indiana Highway De partment THi THREE were charge with giving Doggett a check for advance informatio about proposed routes for high ways in Wayne and Lake Coun ties The prosecution contende they bought land along the pro posed routes then sold it to th state making profit John A Royse ney for Blaier and Hutcheson announced he would ask for nev trial ORDERS TO FIRE LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Wh United Nations military units in the Congo have been given or ders to fire at rebellious Congo lese troops resisting their au thority Marines goon liberty Plane down at Key West FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES contingent of 50 U S Marines landed Satur day at the U S naval base at uantanamo for weekend liber y The landing touched off new harges of American aggression and heightened invasion jitters The Marines who are sta ioned on the island of Vieques off the east coast of Puerto Rico arrived aboard the aircraft carrier Boxer and debarked a few hours later The Navy in Washington an nounced the landing Friday to counter any claims by Cuban Premier Fidel Castro that the Marines were a U S invasion brce which he has been pub icly predicting for days IN A LONG tirade before m military academy graduating class Saturday Castro repeated his charge that an invasion is close at hand The developments coincided with other developments in plummeting U SCuban rela tions The govern mentcontrolled press in wartype banner lines said the 300 Marines already at Guantanamo were polishing up their training with realistic combat exercises A Marine has ieen killed and three have been injured by mines planted along the perimeter of the base these reports said The U S State Department asked a special sixnation com mittee of the Organization of American States to investigate its charges that thousands of tons of Soviet bloc arms have been shipped to Cuba along with Communist technicians to train Cubans in their use The com mittee was set up last August to look into U SCuban dis putes SOURCES IN Havana said hey had information that Cuba iias imported more than 22000 tons of arms and munitions irom Iron Curtain countries since Aug 1 Knockeddown air helicopters or jet reported among shipments unloaded at outof theway ports The United Nations announced that the full General Assembly would meet Monday to hear a new appeal by Cuba for a quick hearing on its charges that the United States plans a grand scale invasion At Key West Fla mean while a military guard shot dead and three persons were wounded aboard a Cuban government plane before it struggled to a landing THE PLANE en route from Havana to the Isle of Pines was diverted to Key West after the pilot was shot in the right arm and the copilot received a superficial wound in the The Aerovias Q twinengine plane carried 34 passengers and the crew including pilot Cande lario Delgado and copilot Ga briel Carrasco Immigration of ficials clamped a lid of se crecy around the plane after it ran off the runway and wobbled to a stop 5 youngsters die in auto accident OMAHA girls and two boys were killed in Omaha late Friday when their cay missed a curve in a park and was crushed against a tree dead were Robert W Gregg 17 Gus George Braun Eileen Marie Micek 17 Carol Hollars 16 and Joan 17 All are from Omaha   

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