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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The newspaper that maker oil North lowons VOL102 AsMclated tnd United InlernaUoail Full Lease Wires MASON CITY JUNE 4 1942 neighbors V lOc Paper Contlsls of Four No Itl Ed and Ted Show set to open 2 dynasties seek backing By HARRY FERGUSON SPRINGFIELD Mass UPI Ted Kennedy brother of the President makes his big pitch here Thursday to become na tional political figure He is running for the democratic nomination for US S e n a t o r against Edward J McCormack Jr nephew of Speaker John Mc Cormack of the House of repre sentatives This is known locally as The Ed and Ted Show or Which Dynasty Do You Its a smash hit thousand persons have applied for the 1500 available seats in the Springfield Municipal Auditorium where Massachusetts Democrats will hold their convention Both the Kennedys and the Me Cormacks have highgeared political machines operating in this state and the noise of the collision will be heard nation1 The political power of the While House is obvious John Mc Cormack as speaker of the House is among the three or four most powerful men in the country No matter who wins here the Demo cratic party had better prepare the tourniquets The blood letting is going to be awful A cynical Bostonan once ob served that politically speaking Massachusetts is an insane asylum run by the inmates That is an exaggeration because the politicians here not only are sane they are shrewd Some Demo cratic mayors and sheriffs are so shrewd that they are staying away from Springfield because they do not want to get hurt when the vehicles smash into each other But there are some strange political customs in this state The convention is nothingbut a popu larity contest On there will be one roll call of the 1719 delegates between Kennedy and McCormack But the defeated man still can enter the Democratic primary in the fall and c both of them intend to do so This is ust batting pratice in prepara tion for the big game but both McCormack and Kennedy are going all out on the theory that the man endorsed by the conven tion usually gets the nomination Its a close race The Boston Globe observed that men who normally would bet on anything including two turtles1 with numbers on their backs are being cagey Officially President Kennedy primary electi and Speaker McCormack have conventions kept hands off But tempers are rising here and the McCormack supporters charge that vague of fers of postmasterships are com ing from Washington in an at tempt to persuade delegates The Kennedy faction alleges that Speaker McCormack has been on the telephone from Washington reminding delegates of past po litical favors Young McCormack 38yearsold is attorney general of the state Kennedy 30 is a former assist ant district attorney for Suffolk County Both are Irish Roman Catholics a political asset in this state This is Kennedys first try for elective office and every place he goes he runs into the charge that the Kennedy family is trying to set up a dynasty in Washington I dont think people would ex pect me to set on my hands for the rest of my says just because my brother is President and my other brother is at torney general I wasnt brought up that way Earlier in the campaign Ken nedy decided he had better get off his chest an unhappy thing that happened at Harvard He con fessed in public that he was weak on a foreign language never specified but believed to be Spanish so he hired a whiz kid to take the examination for him Will that hurt him now Of course said a politician noted for his ability to spot trends He has worked hard on this campaign and has made up for it There is a convention delegate on the North Shore who until a few days ago was undecided be tween McCormack and Kennedy Then Kennedy showed up spent an hour in the living room and held the baby on his knee Next day Mrs Kennedy took the dele gates wife to Junch One vole foe Kennedy Income tax slash promise politics NIXONS IN A FAMILIAR Photofax ifornia He will oppose the states in Richard Nixon back in politics as a ctimbent Democratic governor Edmund candidate waves to a roomful of sup porters at his Los Angeles campaign headquarters after winning the Repub lican nomination for governor of Cal G Pat Brown With the former vice president are Mrs Pat Nixon and their two daughters Tricia foreground and Julie Nixon vs Brown in race for governor A joint satellite attempt Russ report an agreement GENEVA UPI Soviet sources said Wednesday tha America and Russia have agreed to launcha joint weather satellite The project the sources said is the first fruit of the exchange of letters on outer space co operation between Presiden Kennedy and Premier Nikite Khrushchev last March The sources said the two spac giants also have agreed to joir in a project to measure th earths magnetic field and are near agreement on a joint launching of a communications satellite The agreement was reached the sources said in talks here between Hugh Dryden assistant director of the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion and Prof Anatoli N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SAN FRANCISCO AP Re publican Richard Nixon and Democratic Gov Edmund G Brown emerged Wednesday as triumphant choices of their par ties to face each other in Califor nias 1962 race for governor Thecount of nearly 4Vz miiuon Rundown of Tuesdays primaries By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Heres arundown of Tuesdays primary elections and nominating onventions vice presi dent Richard MNixon mounted a better than 2i lead over con servative oilman Joseph C Shell to win Republican nomination for governor of California his No vember opponent Gov Edmund G Brown swamped three foes for a Democratic nomination to a second term Republican Sen Thomas HKuchel easily over came oppositionof two conserva tives for nomination to another term Connecticut Republican state nominating convention picked in surance company executive John Alsop to run for governor on un precedented eighth ballot A state wide primary may be demanded by the loser Edwin May Jr ballots in Tuesdays primary election carried both nominees toward the one million mark as the foundation for their campaign in his first political out ing since losing the presidency in 1960 defeated conservative As semblyman Joseph C Shell of Los Angeles by a neverchallenged 2 to 1 margin The tally from 17439 of 31212 precincts Nixon 587108 Shell 313559 Shell an aggressive campaign er was carrying only Sacramento and seven small northern Califor nia counties Nixon swept the big population areas There never was any doubt that Brown with only nominalopposi tion would be tapped by the Blagonravov a senior Soviet scientist Dryden refused to confirm the Soviet report He said be an indiscretion to reveal what he and Blagonravov have talked about The Soviet sources said any other nation may join the weath er satellite project which is aimed at better forecasting o Invasion anniversary noted OMAHA BEACH France American and French officials paid tribute here to the Allied troops of World War II who fell 18 years ago on the Nor mandy beaches as they stormed ashore to launch the invasion of Naziheld Europe Challenge to cadets WEST POINT N Y President Kennedy told West Points 1962 class of brand new lieutenants they have an unprecedented chance to serve the cause of national security and freedom Kennedy the U S Military Academys festive and traditionladen commencement said graduates of all the service institutions within the next 10 years will encounter greater opportunities for the defense of freedom than this academys graduates ever had BOAC Cunard in new tie LONDON British Overseas Airways Corpora tion BOAC and Cunard Lines the giant British steamship company formed a new company designed to win a bigger share of transAtlantic air traffic It will be known as BOACCunard Ltd Funeral director charged badly decomposed bodies of eight infants some of which apparentlyhad been there since July 195Q were found by police at a fu neral home here Clarence Irby 37 the owner of the establishment was charged with taking burialmoney from the parents and then not burying the bodies Colleagues of solon deny coldshoulder WASHINGTON UPDRep H the worlds weather and theCarl Andersen RMinn accused North Iowa Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thun derstorms through Thursday Lows Wednesday night near 60 High Thursday in the 70s Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday night scattered thunder showers likely west lows near 60 north to lower 60s south Thursday partly cloudy with scattered thundershowers cen tral and east highs 70s north to 80s south Further outlook cloudiness with scattered showers and thun derstornisL Jamie Whit ten ousted Rep Frank Smith in contest matching two Democratic colleagues for same seat South Francis Case easily won Republican nomi nation for third term Robert E won Republican nomination for third term while Vermm K Smith advocate of legalized gambling held a big lead in Democratic gubernatorial primary John T Hawley won Republican nomina tion to oppose Sen Frank Church who had no Democratic Opposi tion in bid for second term Montana Republican i Wayne Montgomery and Derrtocrat Leo GraybiU Jr won primaries to choose November opponents for Rep Arnold Olsen Democrat and Rep James FBattin Republi can both unopposed Tiiesday AUGUST DRAFT WASHINGTON WVThc Army will take in 5000 from the draft in Augustthe Defense Depart in e n I announced Wednesday The new draft call is the same as the quota forJuly and 1500 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near to slightly below normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are in the 70s and normal lows in the 50s Rainfall will average around 75 of an inch occurring as scattered thun dershowers mostly Saturday through Monday Minnesota Cloudy with show ers High Thursday 75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday states preponderant Democrats to head their ticket But the size of his equaling the combined Nixon Shell solid party support for the governor With returns from 16618 pre cincts Brown had 781880 Alfred Hamilton 42066 Phillip Moore 48000 and John C Stuart 45660 The governors showing was in sharp contrast to the 600000 votes against his favorite son slate in the 1960 Democratic presidential primary Nixon immediately made peace overtures to Shell who denounced his rival during the campaign as a metooer and a loser in tent on running for president again Nixon pledged to serve his full fouryear term if elected governor magnetic field project The bilateral talks between Dryden and Blagasnravov end I The difficulty holding up agreement on the communica tions satellite is a Russian de mandthat such satellites not be used for what the Soviets consid erwar propaganda Still to be considered of course are use of launch fa cilities etc On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 891011 Comics 21 Sports 2324 CubGazette 25 Latest Markets 26 Mason City News2627 North Iowa News 35 Clear Lake News 3637 epubhcan leaders Wednesday of oldshouldering him since his ame was connected with Billie 5oi Estes He appealed to House olleagues to come say ome sjiakVmy hand Andersen in an impassioned House speech said his conscience was clear because He had done nothing wrong He alsoaccused a syindicated columnist Drew Pearson of trying to smear him Andersen said previously he re ceived from Estes now un der indictment for fraud in ex change for 40 shares of stock in acoal mine owned by the Ander sen family Andersen told the House some o his fellow legislators and old friends had been shyingaway from him since his name was brought into the Estes case He specifically mentioned House GOP leader Charles A Villiam E MillerJ chairman of he Republican National Comrhit ee and Rep Ben F Jensen R owa a fellow member of the ap propriations committee Some of you have been shy ing away from me Andersen said lhis voice near breaking Reform plan is studied GOP hurls criticism FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Republicans Wednesday assailed the Kennedy administrations promise of a toptobottom income tax cut next year as a grandstand play for votes in the November elec tions Sen John J Williams Del top Republican member of the Senate Finance Committee said the ad ministration was just whistling in the dark in talking about tax reductions when the government was operating on a budget deficit Williams said that once the elections have been held that will be the last you will hear of any tax cut Other senators questioned whether the promise of a general ax overhaul in 1963 might dim prospects for1 passage this year of the controversial tax reform measure pendliig in the finance committee The bill calling fora withholding tax on dividends arid interest and a billion tax break for business encourage plant modernization was passed by the t House niore than two months ago Several said the an nouncement of Ja major tax re vision leading to tax cuts t generally did not improve the outlookforthe reform bill already under heavy fire It didnt do it any good Sen RussellB Long DLa r Come and say hello come shake myhand Jensen arose to tell Andersen Youre imagining things He said he had nothing but the high est regard for Andersen Andersen then apologized for mentioning Jensen saying that he was upset by what he called unfair attacks on him in the Estes matter Andersen called the columnist a polecat and liar among other things and said he should be barred fromthe congressibn al press galleries He said sev eral other newsmen should be barred He did not name them Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 77 53 83 60 WASHINGTON The Senate Wednesday adopted a sweeping change In the adminis trationendorsed foreign aid bill that would cut off US assist ance to any nation known to be dominated by Cocnmunism or Brown radiating confidence declared You can expect the greatest fight youve ever seen Nicholas may run as an independent DES MOINES Wil liam H Nicholas Clear Lake turkey grower defeated in Mondays primaries for the gubernatorial nomination on the Republican t i c k e t is thinking about running as an independent in the Novem ber general election No decision will be made for several weeks he said until he has had time to dis cuss the matter with his cam paign committee A statement was issued here Wednesday afternoon following a meeting of Nicholas with some of his backers The state ment issued by Don Running below the allocation for month this SAME DATE1H1241 olas campaign was as William H Nicholas ad mitted Wednesday that great pressure is being brought on him to run for governor as an independent candidate in the general election this fall Advocates of this idea feel that property tax relief still is the states biggest problem and I this issue should kept alive NORTH IOWAN WITH JFK With Company Commander Cadet Capt Paul J Kirkegaard 23 as escort President reviews honor guard on pa AP Photofax class Cadet Kirkegaard makes his home in Graettinger Iowa He and an older brother Larry who was graduat ed from the Academy 3 years ago are There is a tendency for some to say why not waituntil next year anddo it all at once intone package However Long said he still felt that some version of the Housepassed measure would be acted on this year despite sharp opposition Senate GOP leader Everett M Dirksen 111 told newsmen one way to speed adjournment this year would be to throw overboard the pending re form bill The committee met for about four hours Tuesday in dosed session to discuss the measure No votes were taken Treasury Undersecretary Henry Fowler reviewed various provisions for members The committee is not expected to complete action on the bill until sometime in July Other developments Debt ceiling The House Ways Means committee by a partyline vote of 15 to 10 re jected a Republican proposalto set the legal limit on the na tional debt for the next nine months at billion This would have been billion be lowthe level which the admin istration says it have to operate during the coming fail and winter months when tax col lections fall off seasonally The committee by voice vote then approved a plan satisfactory to the administration It would set the debt ceiling at billion fromJuly 1 through March 31 and at billion from April 1 to June 24 The ceiling would revert to billion on June 25 retired executive the Eisenhower ad ministration allowed his com pany to reap windfall profits from cancellation of a govern ment stockpile contract The witness Arthur H Bunker for mer president pf Molybdenum Co told Senate investigators his company lost a sure profit from stockpile sales by paying the government million to can cel the contract rade grounds at West Point N Y grand nephews of tfie GlobeGazettes shortly after arrival to address the U editor Earl Hall The elder brother for S Military Academy 1962 graduating merly attended Luther College STREET FIGHTING ROME police pa trolled Romes Jewish quarter Wednesday aftertwo nighls of street fighting between Jews jand Fascists V
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