Mason City Globe Gazette, February 25, 1960

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 25, 1960

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 25, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper fw MM HMM VOL 91 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 HW Prtu MM Onltcd To a Copy 9t four m Toll mounts in plane accident Popularity I of Ike P Threeoffour voters approve of his ways By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J During the last 10 months many things have happened on both the home and international fronts Highlighting the news was President Eisenhowers visit to the Middle East and the Fax East as well as Russian Premier Khrushchevs visit to the USA Just what effect have these and other events on the world scene had on President Eisen howers personal popularity Results of a survey completed this month show that Eisen hower is considerably more pop ular today than he was 10 months ago in our last report on the Presidential popularity barometer For example just about three out of every four adult citizens questioned in todays survey say they approve of the way the man in the White House is han dling his job as t h e nations chief executive ABOUT ONE in five say they disapprove In other words those who ap prove of the way Ike is handling his job outnumber those w h o disapprove by a margin of just about 3V to 1 In conducting todays poll on the Presidents popularity peo in all walks of life were asked Do you approve or disap prove of the way Eisenhower is handling his job as Presi dent The results Approve 74 Disapprove 21 No opinion 5 Ten months ago in April 1959 the vote on the way Ike was handling his job was Ap prove 63 per cent Disapprove 31 per cent No opinion 6 peri en crew members and 11 other cent THUS THE Eisenhower popu larity barometer over the past 10 months has registered an 11 per cent 63 per cent approval last April to 74 p e r cent approval today At the same time the number who disapprove has dropped 30 per 31 per cent disapproval 10 months ago to 21 per cent disapproval today A better idea of the meaning of todays findings can be seen when todays figures are stacked up alongside those of the past seven years AP Photofax NO 1 Ei senhower takes the arm of the wife of Brazilian President Juscelino Kubitschek as they head for dinner at the foreign ministry in Rio de Janeiro The fancy affair was given in Ikes honor Exlowans believed to be safe Three sons of a former Rice ville family members of the US Navy band on tour in South America apparently were not on the illfated transport which collided with a Brazilian airlin er over Rio de Janeiro Thurs day Chief Petty Officers William Kenneth and Sam Arsers are the sons of Mr and Mrs Clarence Arsers formerly of Riceville now of Washington DC Arsers is music director at Gonzagi Junior High School there WILLIAM AND Kenneth Arsers play French horns in the band Sam is in the cornet sec tion William is married and lives in Washington According to their aunt Bess Arsers Hewitt Riceville the Portion of Navy band aboard Collision over Rio de Janeiro WIRE SERVICES RIO DE JANEIRO A plane carrying US Navy musicians collided over Guanabara Bay here Thursday with a Brazilian commercial plane There were ndications of 40 or more deaths n the crash of the two planes The collision took place in sight of Sugar Loaf Mountain n the bay area where Presiden Eisenhower paraded Wednes day The President was in Sao Paulo Brazil today when th collision took place The Brazilian air force sale t believed 40 men were aboarc a DC4 plane carrying the Navy musicians But in Washington the White House said the plan carried 27 Navy band and orchestra members and a crew of 7 SEVERAL SURVIVORS were reported but first indication were that some of these cam from the commercial plane The Navy plane was describe as a DC4 and the commercia plane as a DC3 of the Real Line a major domestic carrier i Brazil Reports from the Rio Yach Club near the scene of the co lison said some musical instru ments had been Bulled from th water along with nine bodies A U S Marine band came t Rio last week and participate Wednesday in the parade honor ing Eisenhower It was to hav flown to Buenos Aires Argen Una Thursday to take part i ceremonies honoring Presiden Eisenhower there Friday A DIRECTOR of Real airlines said the twoengine transport jwas making a normal approach to Santos Dumont airport in downtown Rio on a local flight from Campos in Rio De Janeiro ARMORED ATTACK State policemen use a Na tional Guard tank for a shield as they close in on the home of Daniel Raymond berserk mountaineer who Tank flushes out killer AT Ihotofax fatally shot four persons and wounded five others at Chalkhill Pa Raymond barricaded in the house at was killed in the attack Shooting spree still unsolved UNIONTOWN Pa Mi Why sharpshooter Daniel Raymond cilled four passersby and wound ed five others before being shot dead himself remained a mys tery Thursday to residents in the nearby mountain community of ChalkhilL Although Raymonds wife indi cated the shooting spree was touched off by his nervous ness there were no clearcut answers Slate police protected by a National Guard tank cut down the 42yearold Raymond with a hail of machine gun bullets as he fled his burning home cli maxing a lengthy battle Inceni diary and tear gas bombs lobbed from the lank had set the home afire The mountaineer saw a doctor only Feb 16 because he was nervous his wife said Raymond a pipeline walker for a natural gas company had Tractor flips over Elma farmer killed Glen Bran non 51 farmer near here was killed Wednesday when his trac tor plunged into a ditch and overturned at the dead end of a county road three miles south of New Haven in Mitchell Coun band traveled m three planes state He said it carried 21 pas One earned just Juggage aandjsengersand four crewmen Only Wednesday Eisenhower had traveled across Guanabara Bay where one of the planes ACCORDING TO wire the water on his triumphal reports 19 band members sevlelJ from the airport instruments The 60 members of the band were divided between the two remaining The Weather North Iowa Snow ending Thurs day night colder lows 210 Partly cloudy Friday highs lower 20s Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday night light snow ending ex treme east colder southeast lows 4 below extreme north west to 12 above extreme southeast Partly cioucly Fri day highs 16 extreme west to 2G extreme cast Further out look Mostly cloudy con tinned cold with snow likely southeast Saturdav Minnesota Partly cloudy scal tercd flurries 1626 Highs Friday Husband buried Hampton widow has 3rd child CITY Hampton gave WEBSTER Bud Crolty birth to a daughter here Tues day afternoon as her husband was buried in Hampton Ap 65 72 66 71 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 807o 1958 61 1959 63 Today 71 DIsap 6 22 24 21 13 29 31 21 Xo Op 29 6 persons were aboard the US plane The Arsers were not among the preliminary list of victims When the Navy band played in Osage fast fall special tribute was paid to the grandmother of the three men Sophia Arsers who lives in Riceville with her daughter Mrs Hewitt Bulletin WASHINGTON House Thursday upheld Presi dent Eisenhowers veto of the Democratic bill designed to boost federal aid to combat water pollution It was the 10 first major bill passed by the 8 7 10 6 5 Permit for Mankato TV station OKd The Federal Communications Commission Wednesday ap proved the application of KEYC LEE TV Inc for a construc tion permit for Channel i2 at Mankato Minn The new tele vision station will be part of the Forward Group of radio and TV stations of which KGLO is the parent unit Construction will begin about April 1 depending on weather ty Sheriff Mervel Duke Angell said Brannon had lost a portion of his right arm in a previous farm accident He is survived by his widow and six children GlobeGazette weather data up The body was found by Mrstto 8 am Thursday Robert Hastings Elma who said she had been driving about a quartermile behind the trac tor Brannon had been helping Richard Lybarger move ne farm to another current session of Congress The new station will o on the air sometime next From the above table it can he seen that during the period that President Eisenhower has fall serving 31 counties n Southern Minnesota and North Iowa HERBERT R OHRT execu Rep Schwengel to run again WASHINGTON UPI RepJtive vice president of Lee Radio Fred Schwengel president of KEYCLEE been in office his standing with a time considered a pLoomis president of the people has been marked by candidate for the U S is chairman of the the absence of any very wide this year announced Wednesdayboard Walker K Mickelson fluctuations in popularity In he would seek a fourth term of the New Ulm Dailj contrast President Truman rcgjthe U S House of president of KNUJ islered a low of 30 per cent apj lives radio station is vice president The Davenport Republican KEYCLEE TV a Minnesota proval just before the Novem ber 1952 election ONLY to ashaiThe president Eisenhower will have some bearing on this years presidential elections If Ikes popularity remains at its present level or turns up wards this years GOP presi d e n t i a 1 nominee should be helped On the other hand a downward dip in Ikes popular ity during the coming months should certainly give Democra tic leaders an added incentive to make the allout push to win nations highest office took himself out of the Senate several weeks ago without corporation filed its application Jan 12 with the FCC In the ap SAME DATE1H91 he would I plication the corporation re quested the assignment of the construction permit then held by Two States Television Inc THE STUDIOS of KEYCTV will be in Mankato and the transmitter 26 miles southwes of there The new station will be the fourth TV station in the For ward Group Present members are KGLO Radio and TV in Ma son City WTAD and KHQATV in Quincy Hi and Hannibal Mo and WMTV in Madison Wis from Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 28 4 15 trace 28 2 Grotty was killed Saturdaylthc berserk night in a cartruck crash justiRaymond tried east of here Mrs Crotly has two other children Keith 15 nncl Karen eight On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics S Society News 47 North Iowa News 9 Latest Markets 10 Mason City 1011 Clear Lake News 1415 Sports 1718 a reputation among the moun Lain folk in this southwestern Pennsylvania irea for being a crack shot lie did his letha shooting from the second story of his home located about 50 feet from a rural rond Before police shut off the road to traffic Raymond fired for nine hours at almost every thing that moved cars and trucks Most of the victims were in the vehicles Only once did he fail to fire at a moving ve hicle This was a school bus carrying about 50 youngsters VETERAN STATE troopers hugged the tank as it opened fire They too peppered the house with vol ley after vol ley Fina 1 1 y AntiIke attack by Reds President in Sao Paulo SAO PAULO Brazil Jfi President Eisenhower rode bare headed in a heavy rain Thurs day to acknowledge the acclaim of this booming industrial me tropolis danced jumped and shouted in their en thusiasm over his visit The Communists meanwhile arc firing their heaviest propa ganda guns at Eisenhower in an allout effort to discredit his Latin American tour The violence of the outburst has startled even some US of ficials long accustomed to a steady drumfire from Russia and Red China on any and all American policies SAMPLES FROM recently in tercepted Peiping now reaching a crescendo in the hateAmerica campaign run like this US President Eisen hower is forced to make a per sonal trip to Latin America to carry out conniving and decep tive activities Latin America which the United States has al ways considered its backyard has become the very front lines to make a run for it He ran a few feet then dropped as the ma chine gun bul lets sla shed his body Those killed were opposing US imperialism US officials see three major aims by Peiping in its Latin American offensive 1 To disrupt the solidarity of the Western Hemisphere by ev ery possible means 2 To break the solid Latin American lineup in the United Nations and gain support among these largely Roman Catholic countries for admission of Pei ping to the UN 3 TO BUILD up Latin Amer ican differences with the United Stales and thereby increase Pei pings chances for diplomatic recognition among the hemi sphere nations Eisenhower flew from Rio Janeiro under overcast skies to spend 6A hours in this Brazilian Chicago 220 miles southwest ot Rio He goes to Argentina Fri day A drizzling rain started soon after the Presidents motorcade left the airport It was a down pour by the time the procession RAYMOND reached the Praza Bandeira or Flag Plaza where thousands by Raymond nacl gathered to see him Some had umbrellas most did not Mary Frances Sissler 61 and Edna Macs 53 both of Chiopyle Pa William Btird 49yearold highways department worker from Farmington Pa and May Mausl Farmington Wounded were Harry Crom cll 31 Chiopyle Lawrence wenglish 18 Haddonville Pa arlus Maust 22 husband of CONFECTION AFFECTION Ed Heiss father of Carol Heiss Olympic figure skating champion puts icing on one of the layers of cake especially for his famous daughter A New York bak er Heiss saw his 20yearold daughter AP Phototax skate to victory on TV and decided hed whip up the best cake of his life Mrs Heiss died in 1956 he said but Carol promised her someday shed win the Olympic crown Irs Maust and two Maust lildren Mary 3 and Eddie months RAYMOND WAS armed with vo rifles one with a telescopic ght Police said they probably ever will know just what trig ered the tragedy although mond had been acting ner ous His wife said he set fire o their living room about 12 ours before the shooting began Ihe said he doused the fire but he was frightened and took her iiree children to stay overnight vith neighbors BENEFITS UP NEW YORK Insti ule of Life Insurance reports hat death benefits paid in Iowa n 1959 were 89 per cent more han 10 years ago EISENHOWER donned a rain coat doffed his hat and waved Confetti and ticker tape rained down from buildings sur j rounding the valley in which the central plaza is situated Considering the weather it was a big turnout His schedule included the placing of a wreath on a me morial to Brazilians who died as soldiers in his European command in World War II Ei senhower termed this a very special and to me deeply mov ing mission to perform in your Spencer woman victim of crash SPENCER Mrs Robert Kier 55 Spencer whose hus band served as a state highway commissioner from 1949 to 1955 was killed Thursday in a two car collision at a county road intersection Mrs Kier was en route to her teaching job the accident occurred near She was alone Living costs drop for second month WASHINGTON nations living costs declined for the second month in a row to the lowest level since last September the govern ment announced Thursday Lower prices for clothing eggs meat and new cars con tributed to a drop of onetenth of one per cent in the Labor Departments consumer price index The index fell to 1254 per cent of average 194749 prices This meant it cost to buy in January what bought then An all time record high ot 1256 was set in November The January index was 13 per cent above the January 1959 level The decline means that nearly one million workers in the auto industry will not re ceive any pay increases An other 60000 aircraft and farm equipment workers whose wages are tied to the index by escalator clauses in labor con tracts will take a pennyan hour pay cut because of drop ;

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