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   Rhinelander Daily News and The News North, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1960, Rhinelander, Wisconsin                                and THE NEW NORTH fflft FRIDAY JULY 1960 8 PAGES TODAY PRICE SEVEN CENfS Liberal Democrats Bemoan Johnson as Running Mate Kennedy Took Practical Step To Quiet Dixie LOS ANGELES AP John Kennedy formally ac cepts the Democratic presidential nomination with party liberals bemoaning his endorse ment of Lyndon Johnson as his running In a dramatic but highly tra ditional decision Thursday Ken nedy compromised with the poli tical realities of a threatened Southern bolt and wheeled in the majority leader of the as his vice presiden tial The Massachusetts senator thus took a practical step toward quieting a growing Dixie rebel But he repeated in return some protests from party liberals who felt they had been influential in his topplace nomination and de served better of their efforts than a middleofthe road vice presi dential Placate Kennedy could placate these with a liber al acceptance speech tonight and the choice of one of this group to succeed Paul M Butler as the partys national Henry Jackson of Washington Was tabbed as a leading candidate for this There was one denied by both the Kennedy and Johnson that Johnson was chosen at his own The report came from John publisher of the Knight newspa in a copyrighted story he wrote for his Pierre Kennedys press re port as completely and absolute ly Asked to Kennedy asked John son to and Johnson ac Salinger A spokesman for Johnson also said there was absolutely noth ing to the Knight wrote that Johnson had passed the word to Kennedys brother Robert having been defeated by Kennedy for the presi dential he wanted sec ond place and would fight for it on the floor of the convention if Confronted with Knight the presidential nominee agreed to take Johnsoni The latter has tossed off some nasty cracks about the Massachusetts senator s immaturity the face of a de mand for world leadership from the presidential Johnsons of didnt agree with this They frankly couldnt figure why the Senate leader would be willing to trade his position for the vice presidency even in its ad vanced is a job in which one man stands in preparedness for anothers Rayburn Sighs House Speaker Sam Rayburn of who urged Johnson not to take second shook his head and sighed a little sadly at the outcome which was formally rati fied by the Democratic convention Thursday Rayburns explanation was that Johnson had been offered the spot and replied in simple language that he couldnt reject any de mand for service his party or his country laid upon Johnson himself offered no enlightening Whatever his by the in troduction of Johnsons name on the ticket Kennedy appeared to have softened a movement to de ny him the vote of several South ern states in the Electoral Col pitch for Kennedy could deal with the complaining liberals of the They had no organisations to de See Page 2 Weather Forecast Mostly sunny this afternoon becoming partly cloudy with chance of showers or thundershowers late tonight and Not much change in temperature Uw tonight in the Saturday generally in the low BhineUnder Weather T h u r s days temperature range was from a high of 73 degrees to a low of 45 the 5 reading was Over night the low was 55 and at 7 today the thermometer registered 57 There was on precipt tation Om Yew Tern perature from a high of 64 to a low of 56 degrees no Sliver of Metal Kills Woman SAN sliver of metal thrown by a weed cutter blade pierced the skull of Thomas fatally Injuring her Her said the tractordrawn rotary cutter struck a metal cup near their No charges were filed against the Salinas was the mother of five On to Las Vegas Is Rallying Cry Of Delegates Today LOS ANGELES Dele gates are trading jokes instead of votes today as the 1960 Democrat ic National Convention grinds to a Their leader shouted On to the White House But for most dele gates the rallying cry could well be On to Las Vegas or some other fun Convention goers are going and the City of halo slightly is starting to breathe again as the homeward rush eases the convention When the convention ends to night with acceptance speeches in the the Democrats may have trouble finding enough people to fill the sta Luggage Clutters As outgoing luggage cluttered hotel lobbies formerly plastered with signs and dele gates chatted as much about the weather and restaurants as they did about Most of the convention excite ment ended Wednesday night aft er John Kennedy of Mas turned a tag team wrestling match for the presiden tial nomination into a shadow boxing And Thursday nights vice pres nominating session had all the tension of a wilted noodle as LBJ Lyndon John son to nonTexans went all the way on a vote of Interest As interest deflated like a slow ly leaking newsmen and delegates crowded the but the air was filled with casual Robert Kerr of Oklaho ma held court in one re calling his futile 1952 presidential aspirations I felt like the fellow who tied himself to a 3yearold After the first three I got to feeling I made a helluva Delegate Sherman of an LBJ was asked if he would listen to Ken nedys acceptance speech he hell If he papall Night for It was a night for resolutions praising the Los Angeles Police and fire You could have proposed a resolution prais ing Vice President Richard Nixon with not enough Democrats listening to One speaker mentioned the frustration of the Republican ad He paused waiting for the traditional ovation for this traditional There was no he fin ished his speech in machinegun Several state delegations dis covered their official standards had been For some it seemed the major crisis of the Noting the Kansas stand ard was a delegate sniffed The way they switched their votes Wednesday no wonder they didnt want anyone to know who they Flying Aid To Fire Survivors GUATEMALA The United States is flying medical supplies and clothing here today for survivors of the fire in the Guatemala City mental asylum which took more than 200 Many of the some classified as criminally in escaped during rescue oper ations making it diffi cult to fix the exact death About 60 Survivors were Robert military commander in the Carib ordered relief flown from The remnant of hurri cane now near may delay the Authorities said a short circuit probably sparked the asylums which caused the heaviest death toll ever experienced by Guatemala in a disaster other toon an Texan Stands Out As Big Surprise Of 60 Convention LOS ANGELES AP Lyndon the Tex an who is the Democratic leader of the stood out today as the big surprise of his partys 1960 The surprise was not that his bid for the presidential nomina tion failed it was that he is coming out of the convention as the vice presidential Few expected that he would ac cept second place on the even if it were offered to although he had never slammed the door on this But there he was in the glare of the convention hall Thursday after his I am proud to stand be side and to stand behind the next president of the United Jack Sequence of What had happened after Ken Massachusetts had soundly trounced him in the battle fpr the presidential nomi nation The sequence of as pieced together from Johnson and from other sources in and out of the Kennedy was Thursday morning Kennedy sounded Johnson out on taking the 2 spot on the ticket but didnt offer it to House Speaker Sam Johnsons fellow Texan and long time political was op posed to Johnnsons running for vice fearing it might be a dead end for him Johnson apparently let Kennedy know this because a short time later Kennedy slipped away to Rayburns nearby hotel In the end Rayburn was won but riot without some re Returns to After seeing Kennedy returned to his own hotel suite where David Lawrence of Michael DiSalle of Carmine DeSapio of New York and other party lead ers who played a major part in Kennedys nomination were gath A decision was reached that Johnson would strengthen the tick et the Other such as Stuart Symington of Harry Jack son of and Or ville Freeman of were Word of the decision was re layed to Johnson by but it was only a few minutes be fore the news was made shortly after 4 that the Tex an had agreed to accept the 2 spot on the Space Parachute Test Successful EGLIN AIR FORCE parachute developed to slow the reentry speed of vehicles launched to high altitudes was lofted to more than feet in a successful A threestage Cree research rocket launched Thursday from the nearby Santa Rosa Island mis sile test center took the recovery parachute more than 19 miles high and released it at more than miles per Johnson Selection Stuns Some Top Labor Union Heads LOS ANGELES fAP Some top labor union leaders say they are stunned and unhappy over the nomination of Lyndon Johnson to be 2 man on the Democratic But they count on some early Some other union officials wel comed the choice of the Senate majority leader for the vice presi dential Those looking for quick gains figure that with Johnson as the running mate of John the partys presidential the chances are good of pushing through some long wanted labor goals when Congress reconvenes in As Senate majority Johnson wields power over Goals in if not such goals are contained in the platform adopted here earlier by the The labor union chiefs attend ing the convention held a secret meeting Thursday night after the convention had ratified Kennedys choice of Johnson to be vice pres idential The group included George AFLCIO and Walter head of the Auto Workers Reuther is an in fluence in the big Michigan dele gation which glumly refrained from any applause when Johnson was Strengthens James president of the International Union of Elec trical said for the re cord he was stunned and shocked at the sudden selection of the man Kennedy had beaten for the party top But not all the labor chiefs held that Those openly applaud ing included Presidents David McDonald of the Steelworkers and Thomas Kennedy of the Mine The We think it is all strength ens the ticket all over the United One thing that displeased the top union men was that after working hard for Kennedy and against Johnson in the presiden tial nominating they say they were not consulted in ad vance of Kennedys announce ment of Johnson as a running Report Paraguay Head to Resign BUENOS Argentina Argentine news agency Tellpress reported today that President Alfredo Strocssner of Paraguay is preparing to resign and take his family to Switzer The story said he already has booked airplane There was no confirmation of the which came from the news agencys correspondent in an Argentine city across the border from It is a center for Paraguayan rebels and a hotbed of The Argentine National Mari time Authority confirmed reports from Posadas that a boatload of armed civilians had crossed the Parana River from Argentina to landing at The Tellpress dispatch said Stroessner is yielding power as the result of a reorganization of his Colorado The army will take over the government to avoid violence and give Stroess ner a chance to get the re port Nikita Warns Soviets Ready To Halt Aggression in Congo As First UN Force Arrives Red Chief Says Resolution May Not Be Enough MOSCOW Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev declared today the United Nations resolution on The Congo may not pe He said the Soviet Union is ready to act to halt the aggression there if those states which are carrying on direct aggressions against The Congo do not stop their criminal The demand of the Soviet Un ion Is off the Re public of Khrushchev The Soviet government will give the Congo Republic the nec essary help which may be re quired for the victory of your just This was disclosed in a mes sage from The Congos President Joseph Kasavubu and Premier news agency Tass quoted the Con go leaders as messaging Khru schchev Thursday We will be compelled to ask for intervention by the Soviet Union if the West ern camp does not desist from Spoke of In his message Khrushchev spoke of the resolution ar ranging for a force to go to The The Security Council did a useful thing in adopting a reso lution calling for the withdrawal of the Belgian troops from The If the aggression continues in spite of this the Soviet government declares that the necessity would arise for both the United Nations and those peace loving which sympathize with The Congo to take more ef fective the message If those states which are car rying on direct aggression against The Congo do not stop their crim inal the Soviet Union will not hesitate to take decisive measures to halt the Follows Earlier Khrushchevs warning followed an earlier caution against inter vention by the Western nations in The He said Monday Western led by the United were trying to re impose a colonial rule over The Congo less than two after it received independence from Tass said On July 14 Kasa vubu and Lumumba sent Khru shchev a telegram stating that Congolese state territory had been occupied by Belgian troops and that the lives of the president and the premier of the republic were in It is they pointed that we will be compelled to as for intervention by the Soviet Union if the Western camp does not desist from agression against the sovereignty of The Congo Re Johnson Is Far from Favorite Choice Of State Delegation Procedure Move Hit LOS ANGELES sin delegates like Lyndon Johnson as the Democratic can didate for vice not very For the man from Texas is far from their choice as the Lone Star State is from Ameri cas And for the big convention disappointment was the proce dural move than denied them a chance to vote against But the overriding desire for party which must have played a part in selecting John Kennedys running was taking hold today in the Wis consin Hope Crops light praise and hopeful notes cropped up in all quarters of the 62member dele This is a pretty well estab lished Democratic pattern the selection of a liberal and a mod one that has won for us a good many said Philleo He has a good farm for 3 added State Robert Dean of In national he couM be a fighting was tns pros held out by William Reserves Gaylord Nelson said hed reserve comment until his reg ularly scheduled news conference Monday in Word that Johnson had been tapped for the vicepresidential nomination hit the Wisconsin dele gation shortly after it arrived at the convention hall Thursday It took a while to sink The Badger delegates had been think ing more in terms of Orville Freeman of Hu bert Stuart Sy or even Henry Jackson of Mayor Ivan Nestingen decided to arrange for a caucus room be low and far behind the speakers The delegates filed closed the and loudly swapped views on Hes sure not my idea of can didate that can help us deliver the vote back shouted Carl Lauri of James Arena of Racine said he couldnt accept Johnsons position on labor and civil rights and that he wanted his halfvote to be re corded against Proxmire said he wanted the group to know that his past criti cisms were all directed at the way the Texas lawmaker ran the Sen On major issues he has a fine Proxmire I dont believe Kennedy would have picked him unless he thought it was said Tony Russo of Supporting Nash and John Reyn olds and David Rabinovitz made other supporting But they didnt swing Gretchen Pfankuehen of Elizabeth Hawkes of and Her man Jessen of Wiscon sins outgoing national committee They insisted on a chance to make their disapproval of John son known on the convention Im opposed to Johnson and 1 want to be said 1 wouldnt dare go back to my district without recording my with some reluct acceded to the wish and said he would cast 28 Wisconsin votes for Johnson and three against if opportunity pre sented U Johnson was by Premier Nobusuke Kishi is carried out of official residence by members of the LiberalDemocrat party in after he was stabbld in the thigh by Talsuke after the party chose Hayato Ikeda to succeed Kishi in Kishl was stabbed six times by the assailant after a celebration at his Radiotelephoto NineDay Spike Buck Deer Hunt Starts 19 MADISON conser vation commission today adopted a nineday spike buck deer sea son beginning statewide with party permit hunting allowed north of Highway The by unanimous Efforts Reported To Shift Cubas Charge to OAS UNITED AP were reported under way today to shift Cubas charge of economic aggression from the Security Council to the Organization of American States after the Cubans and the Ameri cans have their say next A delegate said the Councils two LatinAmerican Argentina and are ex pected to subrnjt a formal reso lution to that effect after Cuban Foreign Minister Raul Roa ad dresses the Council and Am bassador Henry Cabot Lodge re This may last through Mon day and A Cuban source said that the decision on whether to put its case before the or the OAS rests with Prime Minister Fidel Cas tros But he added that Cubas main object is to clarify its point of view before world in a complaint to the Coun cil accused the United States of trying to block Cubas social and economic revolution by repeated reprisals and aggres sive Secretary of State Chris tian Herter at the time said the normal process would have been for Cuba to have gone to the But the United States did not attempt to block a Council Lodge denied the Cuban charges of aggression and said the United States wants the world to know Ike Still Silent On Dem Ticket dent Eisenhower maintained pub lic silence today on the Kennedy Johnson ticket chosen by the okayed a compromise sea son recommended by two of its advisory The the Forestry Advisory Committee and the Conservation Congress executive council endorsed It Thursday The plan also Includes a three day either sex hunt in five south eastern two days of either sex shooting in eight Mis sissippi River The game regulations adopted by the commission provided roughly the same ruffed Hungarian and rabbit seasons as last Bobwhite quail was closed in all except the southwest quarter of A curtailed sharptailed grouse season was calling for i16 shooting in the northern third of the The early bear tried last year in a block of eight northern was This ac tion was in line with the stand taken last month by the Conserva tion Adoption of waterfowl regula tions was postponed until the 12 New Registration The commissions motion adopt ing the deer season included a new registration requirement for deer shot under provisions of a party It requires two of the four persons named in the per mit to be present when a kill is Counties in the southeastern where three days of either sex hunting begins are Jef ferson and The Mississippi River block in cludes La Pierce and Buffalo The twoday either sex season there also begins The compromise deer plan was worked out during two meetings at Wausau by a committee ap pointed by Commissioner Charles It is a substitute for two plans a liberal twoweek season proposed by state game managers and a nineday spike buck season without party permit recommend ed by the Conservation In another action dealing with theparty permit system the com mission requested the drafting of a new deer transportation regula tion for the 1961 The department was asked to draft a regulation to require party permit deer to be transported on the outside of motor so they could be readily checked by wardens Ghana Delivers Token Situation Eases The AP Ghana today delivered the first token detachment for the International military force or dered by the Security Coun cil to the chaotic Congo to help restore Henry British commander of Ghanas small and a small detach ment of his troops set up head quarters In a downtown hotel to roars of approval from hundreds of Congolese gathered All we are trying to do Is to get everybody to put down their arms and not to do anything fool ish or anything a Ghanian spokesman after a talk with Undersecretary Ralph held a staff meeting in the hotel Tunisia Bends The commander of the Swedish Carl Carlsson von leaves Jeru salem by plane today for The Con bringing with him 11 military advisers of various five radio and five se curity Tunisia dispatched an advance party of six police officers Thurs day The North African country said it would send 500 Bunche said Thursday he ex pected perhaps troops by early next week from Tu and Air Force planes were expected to start landing at Leo poldville Airport with the first part of 300 tons of flour President Eisenhower Thursday ordered sent to the hungerthreatened new African Atmosphere Arrival of the first tiny detachment seemed to create a new and more relaxed atmos Long lines of Belgian refu gees in automobiles still waited to take the ferry across to Braz but there was an easier air about the Some stores reopened and Con golese collected peacefully at their places of employment to get their midmonthly Belgian troops were still in con trol of the city and had fanned out over a large part of the coun try to which Belgium had given independence only two weeks Belgium has more than soldiers in The including holdovers from colonial days by agreement with the new repub lic and others flown in when the disorders broke out after in The resolution authorizing he special force calls for their but top Bel gian officials said only the addi tional men sent since trouble broke out would be pulled out of the The they would be pulled back to the bases retained by Belgium after The Congo was given Katanga Demands The Congolese government of President Joseph Kasavubu and Premier Patrice Lumumba faced a renewed threat from the rich province of whose prov incial assembly Thursday night approved secession from the cen recognition of all freeworld coun tries as an independent Provincial PresidentPremier Moise Tsombe warned the United Nations that the task force being rushed to The Congo would not be admitted to He cabled headquarters in New York that all was quiet in the province with the aid of Belgian Troops and invited Bunche to vis it Katanga and see for himself how peaceful things are With Belgian troops in virtual control of Lumumba ana Kasavubu left by plane Thursday for 775 miles northeast of amid speculation they were paring to set up a new But two hours out of Leopoldville the Belgian plane crew said their radio had developed a technical fault and Suspect Crews The Premiers party was sus picious of the crews and Lumumbas private secretary Theres something fishy going on Angry Belgians set upon Lumumba and Kasavubu at the airport both before their depart ture and after their When the Africajj leaders ar rived to take refugees booed them and sfeoolt their One See Page 3   

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