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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 17, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper for tht Hems The VOL AmwcUtod tod United Tmt International Full y CITY GLOBEGAZETTE newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 WO 7c a Copy Thls ConiUU of Four Oot HOME EDITION No M Buying power of Negroes Effects of boycott felt By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The appeals of both major parties for Negro votes in the presidential cam paign gave clear indication of the power of the colored popula tion at the polls Other recent developments point toa new realization of a different kind of Negro influence the power of the Negro dollar in themar ket place The most dramatic evidence of this was the announcement of four leading variety chain organizations that their luncneon facilities in 112 cities in the South had been inte grated This was a direct result of the students sitin movement of course but also it was a re flection of the power of eco nomic boycott A MORE SUBTLE develop ment is the rise of a sizable magazine circulation for publi cations directed almost solely to Negroes Chief of these is Ebony which first passed the million mark in advertising revenue in 1952 when it was five years old and now boasts a paid circulation of nearly 750 000 Advertising sold in 1959 came to almost million as against slightly over mil lion in the previous yesr Ebony takes space for dis play advertising in metropoli tan newspapers to advise Ma4i son Avenue You can increase your centralcity sales with ef fective customeroriented ad vertising in Ebony magazine The New York Herald Trib une reports It has been found that advertising using Negro models and copy aimed at the Negro consumer is more effec tive forcing advertisers to foot the extra cost of making up special ads for the magazines Indeed Ebony recently had to defend itself against a charge that it used only lightskinned models by pointing out that the magazine does not select the models used by advertisers MAJOR CIGARETTE drug beer whisky soft drink and cosmetics companies appear to feel the extra cost of ads tai lored for the Negro consumer is warranted Ebony which in composition and editorial appeal is a good deal like Life magazine is only one of a dozen or so publica tions apart from the Negro daily press which address themselves to a solely Negro audience Others are Sepia Ac tual Confessions Jet Brown Thrills Tan Jive and Hep Ebony reports on the activi ties of the National Association for Advancement of Colored People and other antisegrega tionist groups but denies any editorial bias in their favor More openly advocative of de segregation is Sepia which is much like Ebony in format and probably that monthlys princi pal competition BOTH MAGAZINES obviously are edited to appeal primarily to women According to Lerone Bennett Jr Ebonys senior edi tor American Negro women control almost twothirds of the total Negro purchasing at least billion of the an nual billion total Where does the consuming power come from Well for one thing the Presidents Commit tee on Government Employ ment Policy reported that Ne groes are getting more good jobs in government And Labor Secretary James P Mitchell re leased a study showing that Ne groes were enjoying steady im provement in their social and economic status The two appear to go handin hand Sepia comments that whereas todays Negros grand father had only prayer to help him the grandson has educa tion to which has been added the power of dollar and he still has prayer On the inside Editorial 4 Society Clear Lake 1011 Comics 12 Maton City News 1415 Latest Markets IS North Iowa NewsU 1701 AFFECTED BY CUTBACK Mrs J G Petway Hohenwald Tenn wife of Maj J G Petway executive officer of Pacific Stars and Stripes tries a Japanese Kimono on herself dur ing her shopping in base exchange in AP Photofax Washington Heights U S military de pendent housing area in Tokyo Japan Kimono is one of many locally made articles to be taken off base exchange market according to President Eisen howers order To return military dependents Seeks to halt flow of cash AUGUSTA Ga Eisenhower Wednesday ordered the return beginning Jan 1 of 284000 dependents of US troops abroad as part of a sweeping sevenpoint govern ment economy program Eisenhower personally an nounced the moves at a spe cial news conference at his va cation headquarters said the emergency steps were urg ently needed to guard the na tions gold and dollar resources A definite improvement in our balance of payments situa tion is mandatory not only to in sure our economic wellbeing and military security here at home but also to insure that the United States can continue as a strong partner in t h e future growth and military strength of the free world he said THE PRESIDENTS most drastic move was to order de pendents of servicemen abroad to come home at a rate of 15 000 monthly A total of 200000 will be al lowed to remain abroad At present there are about 484000 military dependents scattered around the world Of the total 189117 are in West Germany 39310 in France and 38147 in England The President also directed that US agencies should adopt a buyAmerican policy when ever possible in carryingout the nations multibillion dollar foreign aid program Eisenhower said the steps were necessary to avoid any in flationary spiral or run on the dollar THE PRESIDENT directed immediate action by all federal agencies which have personnel stationed overseas to cut their staffs abroad to the minimum The President also ordered Bar the purchase of foreign goods by military post ex changes Ordered the International Co operation Administration to place primary emphasis on buying American goods and services in its foreign opera tions Find new ways to increase U exports and renew demands dropping restrictions on pur chases of American goods by other nations Directed the secretary of igriculture to make sure that disposal of surplus food abroad not hurt the market for farm products GlobeGazette up to 8 am Maximum Minimum Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum S for does US SHOW OF STRENGTH LEOPOLDVILLE Congo UPI Col Joseph Mqbutu proudly paraded 5000 Congo lese troops with fixed bayonets through Lcopoldvillc Thursday demonstration of his con in tr go trol over the army and the Con itself North Iowa Partlycloudy Thursday night with a few light rain showers northeast Generally fair Friday Lows Thursday night lower 20s Colder Frittey highs in 30s Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday night occasional rain extreme northeast Friday generally fair and colder Low Thurs day night 2025 northeast 30 35 southwest High Friday 30s northeast to the 40s south west Further outlook Satur day partly cloudy and warm er Minnesota Clearing snow in termittent cloudiness snow flurries Highs Friday near 40 weather data 50 21 trace of snow 10 7 Birds found in engine of jet BOSTON Eastern Air Lines DCS with 108 per sons aboard was forced to halt its takeoff run at Logan Airport Thursday when birds were sucked into one of the engines Last Oct 4 an Eastern Elec tra crashed on takeoff at the same airport killing 62 of 72 persons aboard Some investi gators have blamed birds for that disaster The airliner involved in Thursdays incident was brought back to a hanger where me chanics cleaned out the dead birds Later the airliner was able to take1 off SAME D AT El 959592 Admits he killed 3 women in park California captured by Nixon Absentees are counted WASHINGTON than a week after the election Vice President Richard M Nixon ap parently has captured Califor nias 32 electoral votes Ab sentee ballots did it and helped to shave President elect John F Kennedys nationwide popu lar vote lead to less than 200 000 But even without Nixons home state Kennedy still is as sured of 300 electoral votes 31 more than the minimum needed for election Jubilant Republicans hailed Nixons last minute comeback as further proof he cannot be overlooked as a presidential prospect in 1964 and possibly a candidate for governor in his home state in 1962 A TALLY lacking only about 20000 absentee votes but includ ing a semiofficial final count from heavilypopulated Los An geles County gave Nixon 3223 059 Kennedy 3209567 Nixons lead was 13492 Nixon also picked up votes Wednesday in official canvasses in Florida and North Carolina Kennedy gained some in an of ficial count in Indiana These changes affected only the na ionwide popular vote count That count stood this way Thursday Kennedy 33871470 Nixon 33674382 KENNEDYS margin at this point was 197097 votes out of more than 67 million counted so far His plurality figured at 5015 per cent to 4985 for Nixon Only 1549 of the nations vot ing precincts are still untabu lated Kennedy could well wind up with less than a majority of all votes cast Nov 8 counting minor party votes even if he still led Nixon by a paperthin margin Robbery given as motive Youth tells his story OTTAWA HI Uf A sobbing dishwasher told auth o r i t i e s Thursday that he killed the wives of three Chicago business executives in a canyon at Starved Rock State Park after a bungled pursesnatching at tempt Sheriff Ray Eutsey said the dramatic early morning account was given by Chester Otis Weg er 21 father of two children He was employed in the park lodge kitchen The victims slain in March were Lillian Getting 50 Mildred Lindquist 50 and Frances Mur phy 47 who lived in Riverside a Chicago suburb HUNDREDS OF men were questioned in a widespread eight month investigation Eutsey said Weger had been a special object of interest because he had been questioned in two robberies at nearby Deer Park in 1959 Thursday handcuffed and held by a chain leash the stocky Weger led authorities from place to place in the canyon reenact ing the killings The sheriff said t w e e n bursts of bing riods N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES AUGUSTA Ga President Eisenhower ended U S tariff discrimination against Poland in a move obviously intended to drive a wedge between Polish Communists and the Russians WASHINGTON Army Secretary Wilber M Brucker promised to do everything in his power to prevent President Eisenhowers order limiting Amer ican military families overseas from hurting Army combat morale and effectiveness AUGUSTA Ga The White House said Presi dent Eisenhower has ordered the Navy to prevent any invasion of either Guatemala or Nicaragua by Communistdirected elements Weger told story be out sob and pe of sulky silence He encount ered the wom en in the can yon the after noon of March 14 a n d at tempted to WEGER snatch what he thought was a purse from one of them It was a camera car ried by Mrs Murphy The strap broke Weger said he pleaded with WEGER SAID the women still them to return up the canyon and give him an opportunity to flee At length they consented he followed intent upon jetting money and herded them into the cave I tied them so they wouldnt follow me The little one Mrs Murphy raised her hand to hit me When I started back she came after me on the path I thought she was tied She hit me on the back of the head with binoculars I reached for the club as she hit me and I turned and struck her on the back of the head The club was a length of tree limb He said Mrs Murphy fell Her eyes were closed I car ried her back to the cave The two women in the cave managed to get up One tried to scratch me I dont know which one ID LAID the club down but picked it up and hit them so they couldnt identify me They lay back I kept striking them Then I looked up and Mrs Mur phy came to I thought I had killed her I thought she was dead He clubbed Mrs Murphy again he said The bodies were found in the cave March 16 Eutsey said that Weger had been under 24hour surveillance fora month since a second in conclusive lie detector test Weger also admitted raping a 17yearold girl and beatirfg her boy friend in another park in 1959 As a result of his confes sion Weger was charged with II crimes including the three murders The others range from assault with a deadly weapon to rape HOWS THAT AGAIN SAN ANTONIO Tex One of the contestants in the Miss Wool contest in Texas was Jerri Lynn Cotton Case is Missing bi MIAMI Fla UP The case When a beautiful long whi was left on a National the missing bride is closed te moire taffeta wedding gown 5 plane recently a search made for its owner The only clue was the label of a Boston store Correspondence and phone calls finally located the owner The prospective bride who wished to remain told this 1 broke my my sister had lost her baby f were bom veiy HI d 1 lost my wedding gown in at the Washington Airport And now my parents are well my sister is expecting Orleans other baby Im engaged to be married at Christmas and found my wedding OUR WIRE SERVICES Asked if shes sure the real thing this time she White pupilf Oh Im engaged to the same man 1 just got cold feet boycotted one of two Hollywoods integrated schools in New Orleans Thursday The comolete boycott followed 24 hours Heart racial violence and the arrest of 250 persons Three Negro girls started their fourth day of first grade at McDonogh No 19 fatal to Police said not one of he 476 white pupils who have been attending McDonogh came to school saw one white pupil HOLLYWOOD Clark Gable the William Frantz movie star of them all dropped his head back on a pillow late Wednesday night and died of a heart school which one Negro girl attended Thursday for the fourth day That Negro girl The end came so fast that his doctor said there was no the other Negroes is 6 just a few gasps A few seconds before he had been and in the first grade nurse in his room heard the gasps and shouted across the hall white attendance at Mrs Cable who had moved into Frantz is 576 when Gable 59 was taken there after his first heart Nov PRESS Sec Ironically death came after his best day since that James C Hagerty said attack He had eaten heartily at dinner then chatted Augusta Ga that he knows with his wife no of the President to When Kay his fifth wife noticed him dozing again she U S troops into New Or tired to her room across But Hagerty said hall She was barely even Brando has ever is keeping in close touch when she heard the nurse Gable Hes the the situation Come he always will police showed up at Thus ended the 30year Margaret Mitchell Frantz for the first of the king of Hollywood since thg legiglafaira fried he never will see his first Gable in mind when use them to stop integration due in the character of His impending fatherhood of Negroes roamed the topic of his last alltime favorite was city streets during the night with his and many that won him an Oscar wildly at white pedes talks with the wisecracking and an explosive air HE WAS MORE concerned about the effect of his illness of It Happened One rocket was hurled on the awn of a white family from a me and the baby than he had no illusions about car about himself Kay and decided last year 15 persons were injured I feel terrible doing this romantic young lovers the violence and one white you and the baby he told likes of Rock Hudson was shot in the hand by a soon after he entered the of playing dashing of Negroes is jeering mobs made Gable had no previous dont think the public mostly of truant high school of heart trouble when the older guys roamed crowded down nary thrombosis hit him at ladies half their age streets Police prevented 20acre Encino ranch that likeit myself The than 1000 demonstrators day morning 11 days I started out with reaching offices of the For Gable was all ago have long since board in the downtown mired and envied by men glamour girls Now adored by women He once said he had received 5000 I acted my age Gable was the movie UNRELENTING federal udge who ordered school inte proposals from women fans And that was years ago His popularity never diminished despite a series of bad star His appearance at a party or premiere sent a tingle through the ignored demands by some Louisiana legislators that ic step aside after World War S District Judge J Skelly that would have killed off chased issued the integration or other star in the and enjoined the legislature Gable was born Feb 1 port in top state officials from at in Cadiz Ohio the son of an to prevent race mixing worker He knocked about as CITY schools farm boy oil field worker under the direct legislature in Baton Rouge rubber plant employe Then of President Migwel before it for action a reso took a job as a backstage Fuentes struck asking Louisiana con boy in a touring stock Puerto Barrios to use any means pos From then on he was an scattered rebel including impeachment in touring the country with toward Honduras Wright out of the pic companies Lionel principal port on spotted him once in a Los short Caribbean said Wrights de les play and got him into and last stronghold of were arrogant and unmer who rose against and showed disregard for THUS STARTED the Sunday was branches of government reign in Hollywood Joan by loyal troops an unwillingness to consider pYisfins conditions ford said recently that no one GABLE OVER THE YEARS Clark Gable The King of Hollywood actors AP PhOtofM youth as a young actor as an Army Air Corps Captain in 1943 he ap VT etUl LllM AX wvr Til J who died in Hollywood of a heart ail peared at a Hollywood premiere ment at age 59 is pictured at left as a year   

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