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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Hlfcd for CITY GLOBE HOME EDITION VOL ft The newspaper that makes alt North I o wans AwocliUd Pmt tnd United Prest FuU Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 1WO neighbors 7c a Paper of Two Out South Viet Nam coup successfu r s Rocky to be around in 1964 But so will Dick Nixon A 1950model Dodge She has brand new car WEST ORANGE N J UP Itll be 10 years late but better than never for California here I come when Miss Ruth Sprague hits the road Saturday or Sunday Miss Sprague a registered nurse who is past 65 past the retiring age Thursday picked up the Dodge automobile she ordered here in 1950 In February of 1950 she had decided to retire buy a car and go to California She bought the car all right paid for it in 18 monthly payments but didnt go through vrfrhHierretfrernent planr By ROBERT T GRAY ALBANY N Y BGov Nel son A Rockefeller who failed to carry his home state for the Re publican this week nevertheless appears cer tain to emerge as a contender for the Republican nomination for president in 1964 Vice President Richard M Nixon lost New York by 400000 votes although President Eisen hower carried it by 15 million in 1956 and Rockefeller was elec ted by more than a halfmillion votes two years ago Despite the handicaps Rocke feller is in position to move in to national leadership HE ESTABLISHED himself as a dominant influence in party affairs last summer when he prevailed upon Nixon to in corporate a large portion of the Rockefeller views in the GOP national platform Rockefeller would have two major barriers to assuming con trol of GOP national affairs homefront problems and the animosity of the conservative Republican bloc Sen Barry Goldwater of Ari zona a leader of the conserva tive element in the GOP told a reporter this week If Mr Rockefeller cant carry New York he cant be reckoned a figure to be contended with in the Republican partyT There is no question that Rockefeller has lost ground in his home state since his upset election victory against Demo cratic tide in 1958 SHORTLY AFTER his inaug uration Rockefeller put through a record tax increase that has been a source of controversy ever since To keep in the public eye Rockefeller would have to win reelection in 1962 A victory seemingly would be much more difficult than it was two years The car was kept in good condition for her by garage me chanics who took it for a short spin every six months putting eight miles on the speedometer over the years Johnston will fill Iowa schools post DBS MOINES W Paul F Johnston 51 Friday was named state superintendent of public instruction to succeed J C Wright who has resigned The appointment of Johnston who has been assistant super intendent was announced by the Iowa Board of Public Instruc Unrest in Laos also continues ProWestern nation hit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Troops struck political blows Friday in two free nations of Southeast Asia South Viet Nam and Laos A brief but bloody military coup in Saigon overthrew Ngo Dinh Diem the pro Western president of South Viet Nam The victors said their aim was to end Diem family rule and strengthen defenses against Communist infiltration In neighboring Laos the American supported kingdom rebels were re VETE RAN S DAY The board also installed Harry M Reed 67 Waterloo as its board ago But Rockefeller has shown ability to cut across party lines and win support from Demo crats and independents In ad dition New York Democrats do not now appear to have a poten tial candidate to match Rocke fellers crowd appeal and grass roots campaign techniques The governor obviously woul have to overcome a reservoir o ill will he created among Repub licans with his prolonged crit cisms of Nixon last spring an early summer WHILE THE governor cam paigned intensively for Nixo after the GOP convention som Republican leaders are sure t feel that Rockefellers earlie activities cost Nixon votes But memories of political lead ers often are short when th question comes down to victor or defeat Republican leader would forgive Rockefeller a gooc deal if they thought he could help them recapture the White House But dont forget a man namec Nixon He polled an awful lot o votes just to be ignored four years from now Marilyn hubby have separated NEW YORK UP Marilyn Monroe 34 curvaceous film star and playwright Arthur Miller 44 have separated spokesman for the couple said Friday He said Miss Monroe would file for a divorce but has made no immediate plans for consulting an attorney The curvaceous film star and Miller were married in White PlainsrN Y June 29 1956 It was Miss Monroes third mar riage and Millers second She had three miscarriages during marriage Boy on bike killed on Louis Arnold son of Mr and Mrs Loui Arnold rural Joice was killei late Thursday in a carbicycle crash here According to Patrolman M A Pelham who investigated the accident the boy was riding south on Highway 379 in from of his home A car driven by Mrs Elmer Evenson 53 Jpice was proceeding in the same di rection The car struck the bi cycle on the right hand side of the road The boy was killed in stantly It was the first traffic fatality in Worth County in 2Vz years Pending further investigation no charges will be filed accord ing to Sheriff Myron Leraaen The accident occurred at pm when visibility was poor because of darkness Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Anderson Fu neral Home Lake Mills Sur viving besides his parents are a brother Mark 5 a sister Beth 1 and his paternal grand parents Mr and Mrs Jay Ar nold Lake Mills TOLL RISES who also had resignation Johnston a partment for stant superblic turned n gust rightist to have erloo as its i TTrt the garrison it He Luang unced RADIO b Prabanj of an infanta le state to the rev years 1 u t i o n ary rted of 1946 as a vannakhet of is the ice and p r o tor of politi i n group rep d afield has the troops istant Gen Phou He per intenden s in c e 1953 Wright April r e JOHNSTON signed about hree weeks ago to accept a new position with an education al group in Washington D C He received his bachelors degree from the University of Dubuque and his masters de ree from the University of owa He also has done addi ional graduate work at Iowa tate University and Indiana University Allen and three ini N o s avan The g e n eral seized a plane and shipped a garrison Both sides of VETERANS DAY 1960 The appearance of the Nayys precision jet flying team the Blue Angels and activities by reserve units and National Guard in Mason City during the year helped to dramatize the importance of the nations military forces The day GlobeGazette photo feature by Musser was Armistice Day recalling the endof World War I through 1953 but by act of Congress the name was changed to honor the services of vet erans of all wars Kennedy already starting la fill important federal posts HYANNIS PORT Mass IB Presidentelect John F Ken nedy flew to Palm Beach Fla Friday to begin a working vaca tion with a schedule that in iiAVSii t r a inu LI xii chute troopers to reinforce the ciudes completing the blueprint divided army wear uniforms and equip others resign AUGUSTA Ga dent Eisenhower Friday accept d the resignation of George V Allen director of the U S In ormation Agency Allen a career foreign serv ce officer said he has accept d a job as president of the To ROME total of 220 perjbacco Institute Inc sons died in mountain climbj The chief executive also ac ing accidents in the Alps this cepted postelection resigna year a survey in the five Alpine nations of Italy Austria Germany Switzerland and France showed Friday year was 281 The toll last tions of US ambassador to Mexico Robert C Hill assistant secretary of labor Newell Brown and US ambassador to Ghana Wilson C Flake QttHif SOUTH VIETNAM of his Cabinet and a conference in Texas with his running mate Sen Lyndon B Johnson There were indications that he might ask President Eisen hower and Vice President Richi ard M Nixon to shoulder impor tant responsibilities in the in coming government He visits Eisenhower later thismonth Kennedy was moving ahead ulltilt with the business of gov ernment barely 48 hours after winning the presidential election He announced that two super important positions already are filled by requesting the in cumbents to remain in office They are Allen W Dulles head of the Central Intelligence Agen cy and J Edgar Hoover chief of the Federal Bureau of Investi gation Both agreed to stay Kennedy also announced that he has named Clark Clifford Washington lawyer to be his representative as liaison with the Eisenhower administration during the period between now and the day he takes office GOP wants probe of vote fraud WASHINGTON U The Re publican National Committe Friday asked party officials i 11 states to start legal actio that might lead to a recount o votes ift the presidential elec tion The committee said it was act ing on the basis of thousands o complaints of frauds in the bal loting in the states that gave Sen John F Kennedy a narrow victory over Vice Presiden Richard M Nixon on the basi of unofficial returns THE CHAIRMAN said he is not now in the position of chal enging the election of Sen Ken nedy He said he does not ex Pathet Lao The neutralist prelpect any recount or investiga Photofax SCENE OF COUP Arrow points to Saigon South Viet Nam where the government of proAVestern President Ngo DinhDiem was overthrown ment supplied by the United States A third force in the Laotian war is the proCommunist SPECIAL GUIDE FOR PRINCESSES Dag Ham marskjold United Nations secretary general ac companies Swedish Princesses Desires center and Birgitta during their tour of U N headquarters yes terday Hammarskjold is from Sweden also princesses are on a visit to the United States The mier Prince Souvanna Phouma is a halfbrother of the Pathet Laos fugitive leader Prince Souvanna Vong In South Viet Nam between 20 and 30 persons were killed anc many others were wounded in sharp fighting between the rebe battalions and troops loyal to Diem But by 3 pm calm pre vailed in the capital Armored units rolled into the city from Mytho 75 miles to the south in answer to a call from the president but they joined the rebels THE REBEL military com mittee which took over the gov ernment was headed by U S trained paratrooper Col Nguyen Chanh Thi It claimed the full support of the army navy and air force No casualties were reported among the several thousand Americans in the country as military or civilian advisers to he Diem government The bachelor president 59 a dedicated antiCommunist whose dictatorial methods and family nfluenccs had often come un der fire was reported alive in side the palace tion to upset the Kennedy vie tory but he added that in all fairness to party members who worked so hard a complete re port should be made A close political associate oi Nixon said the Nixon camp rec ognizes it is not living in the age of miracles elections as close as this one is I think it is my responsi bility to urge the state chairmen to take another look into the balloting in their states Mor ton explained I KNOW nothing personally about the counting in any of these areas but the local offi cials do and I want to get ports from theni Telegrams were sent to state and county chairman in Dela ware Illinois Michigan Min nesota Missouri Nevada New Mexico New Jersey Pennsyl vania South Carolina and Texas BRITANNIC RETIRES LIVERPOOL England UPI 31yearold Cunard liner Britannic sailed for New York Friday for her last transAt antic round trip before heading for the scrap yard North Iowa Partly cloudy through Saturday A little warmer Friday night lows near 30 Continued mild Sat urday highs near 50 Iowa Fair south partly cloudy north Friday night warmer lows 30 to 35 Partly cloudy Saturday warmer southeast highs 50 to 55 Further out look Partly cloudy a little colder Sunday Minnesota Snow flurries con tinued quite cold High Sat urday in low 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 37 Minimum 23 YEAR AGO Maximum 48 Minimum 22 On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 5 The Maroon7 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets9 CubGazette 10 Sports 1112 Society News 1516 Clear Lake News 17 North Iowa News 20 TV Guide Pullout Section Greene County man victim of crash Clifford served as special coun sel to former President Truman He assigned four members of iis personal staff to duty in the White House They are Pierre Salinger former San Francisco newspap erman political manager and onetime piano student to be White House press secretary Salinger now lives in Falls Church Va JEFFERSON County man W was Greene killed late Thursday in a headon collision of two cars on Highway 17 about two miles south of here The victim was Ellis Theodore Johnson 67 of rural Jefferson KILLED BY CAR SPENCER Vick 29 Spencer died early Friday of injuries suffered Thursday Ahen he was struck by a car JL LJVx V VJL UJ O111VC vhile walking along Highway the eiection A reliable inform Andrew Hatcher San Fran cisco official of the California State Labor Commission to be assistant press secretary Hatcher is a Negro To be special assistant he named Kenneth ODonnell of Worcester Mass ODonnell was a key man in the team of ad visors who worked with Ken nedy during the presidential campaign Theodore Sorenson Lincoln NTeb to be special counsel to the president Kennedy said Sorenson has worked with me in policy matters for the past eight years For a special study of federal regulatory agencies Kennedy asked James M Landis of New York to submit a report Landis is former dean of the Harvard Law School The presidentelect said he hopes to nominate appointees for all cabinet posts by late November or early December Kennedy said he would break his vacation next week to fly to Johnson City Tex for a conference with Sen Johnson He has talked with Johnson by telephone several times since 171 near here N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS N Y The United States beat down SovietArab opposition and pushed through the credentials committee a recommenda tion to seat President Joseph Kasavubu as the Con gos U N representative But a bitter fight in the General Assembly is in prospect LONDON W Meredith Willsons Broadway hit musical The Music Man is coming to London next March 9 with Van Johnson in the title role NEW YORK Television and radio networks face the possibility of a nationwide strike by per formers Tuesday permitting only old movies and other filmed matter to appear on the TV screens NEW ORLEANS La Gov Jimmie H Davis and Louisianas segregationist leader are casting about for some way of stopping the integration of two New Orleans public schools Monday without put ting themselves in contempt of federal court ant said Johnson made two good suggestions which will be adopted Sources close to Kennedy in dicated that as vice president Johnson would be given import ant assignments and that he would be consulted on a wide range of questions It is gen erally believed that Johnson will play big and perhaps a bigger role than Nixon played in the Eisenhower administra tion SAME DATET959S74 IOWA DEPABTMKNf KIGUHEg White rue No Trvffta Death Vit U HAITI   

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