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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 3, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                nonta lowers Daily Newspaper for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T h t Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors PTM ud Frt LMM MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 3 1MO 7c Copy Tfcl CoMliU Xive On HOMErr EDITiOM 11 Ike pleased by results of trip Democrats outnumber opposition Republicans hold advantage only in 3 of 12 groups By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N a Republican Whos a Democrat Which are the population groups that the present time have the highest proportions of Re publicans Which the highest proportions of Democrats Results of the most recent survey reveal a number of find ings that should give political leaders in both major party groups much to think about in view ofthe fact that this year the presidency the entire mem bership of the House of Repre sentatives as well as a third of the US Senate seats will be up for grabs come November HIGHLIGHTING todays find ings are the following facts 1 In only 3 of 12 important population groups examined do Republicans outnumber Demo crats These groups include professional workers the busi nessmanmanager group and collegeeducated people 2 In one of the 12 groups the proportion of Republicans and Democrats is exactly the same 45 years older 3 In each of the remaining groups Democrats outnumber Republicans These eight groups include labor union members people w h 6 are en gaged in skilled craftsmen work the salesclerical worker group those who have no more than high school educations the 2129 year olds the 3044 year olds the semiskilledunskilled worker group and those with no more than grade school educa tions 4 POINTING UP even more sharply the task facing the GOP this year is that in no population group does a majority in that group consider itself Republi a can This is in sharp contrast with the fact that a majority in each of three large population groups consider themselves union m e m bers those with no more than grade school educations and the semis killed and unskilled worker group How do voters line up between the two political parties Voters eligible to vote were asked this question In politics as of oday do AP Photofax FOSTER will be mothers Asta a Ger man shepherd growls menac ingly as she guards a bear cub she adopted after its mother was accidentally killed near Vancouver BC Astas two pups havent complained either since the cubs claws were trimmed President f heading backhome Plans stay in Puerto Rico FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES EN ROUTE WITH EISEN Eisenhower nded his historic amigo tour jf South America Thursday and lew off to Puerto Rico for a weekend of rest from 10 stren uous days of making better neighbors His jet plane set down brief y at Paramaribo Surinam to refuel before headmg on to Puerto Rico American officials called th visit to Brazil Argentina Chil and Uruguay a personal tri umph for Eisenhower and boost to American stock soutl of the border despite occasion al outbursts by Peronists in Buenos Aires and proCastrc students in Montevideo The of icials said the problem would be to cement the friend ship Eisenhower developec along the mutual aid line the President himself blueprint ed in speeches at each of the four capitals he visited The President flew to Bueno Aires in his trusty Columbin III after a 2Lhour stay in Mon tevideo capital of neighborin Uruguay He held a brief last meeting at the Buenos Aires airport with Argentine President A r t u r o Frondizi then took off in his Boeing 707 jet for an allday flight to Puerto Rico Eisenhower was smiling and Snow up to 5inches over Iowa Iowa escaped the brunt o another snow stormthat lashec large sections of the southern and eastern parts of the country The storm left one to fiv inches of new snow in low Thursday Northerly winds u to 30 miles an hour piled it int in obvious good humor as he ON FINAL LEG TO HOME President Eisenhower sits in a helicopter with Uruguayan President Benito Nardone left and Gen Magnani as he leaves the AP Photolax U S embassy for the airport at Montevideo It was the start of the Presidents long jaunt home after his strenuous South American goodwill tour Senate buster rolls on Long talks 9ihours WASHINGTON WWScn Lyn don B Johnson DTex pressed for a compromise bill Thursday while the Southern filibuster against civil rights legislation gathered momentum Sen Russell B Long DLa set a new spcechmaking record for the current dayandnight de bate even as the Senate Demo cratic leader began talking up a new bill in conferences with Democratic proponents of civil rights amendments Republi cans also were surveying chances of a compromise LONG SON of late filibus tering Hucy P Long spoke for 9 hours and 21 minutes before yielding the floor early Thurs dny With a 75minute break for other Senate speeches he held the floor from pm Wed City will be razed Quake toll reaches 2350 drifts Southern Iowa again was the hardest hit but all the state re ceived some snow LAMONI GOT 5 inches Bur lington 4 Des Mpines Daven port Council Bluffs and Ottum wa 3 Dubuque and Cedar Rap ids 2 and Spencer Waterloo Ma son City and Sioux City one inch Many places in Iowa now have a foot or more of snow on the ground Dubuque has 19 inches Council Bluffs arid Ottumwa 17 Des Moines 14 Lamoni 13 and Cedar Rapids 32 Although the snow has ended the cold weather will remain Sioux City had a low of zero Thursday morning and tempera tures by Friday morning should range from 412 below in the northwest to near 4 below in the southeast A SLIGHT warming trend was indicated for Saturday Even so you consider yourself a Repub lican a Democrat or Inde pendent The results R D I Total nation 32 43 25 Families headed by Professional man 40 34 26 Businessman 37 33 30 Clerical worker 33 41 24 Skilled worker 2 38 Unskilled worker 27 54 Union members 19 54 Grade school 29 54 High school 31 43 College education 34 29 2129 years 27 41 3044 years 25 49 45 years older 38 said goodbye to President Fron dizi They had a final 15minute talk aboard the sleek jet just be fore it took off JUST BEFORE leaving Uru guay Eisenhower and President Benito Nardone issued a joint Declaration of Montevideo re pudiating all types of antidem ocratic actions They pledged their adherence to the principle of nonintervention in the affairs of other American countries and agreed to use their efforts to in crease economic social and cul tural cooperation AGADIR Morocco WVRes cue team officials said Thurs day 2350 victims of the Aga dir earthquakes have been buried in mass graves and that whole areas of the city remain to be searched As the figure was disclosed Moroccan army troops sealed off Uiecity US military teams and hundreds of French sailors deployed through the streets spraying rubble with disinfectant Crown Prince Moulay Has san ordered all living souls to be evacuated from Aga dir Moroccan government offi cials said they believed at least 5000 persons were killed or injured when two massive earthquakes and a tidal wave wrecked the port city on the southern Moroccan coast Mon day night An International Red Cross representative earlier had said he felt the figures would be 3000 dead and 5000 injured But there was general agree mentthat no accurate count of the casualties would be pos sible Despite ceaseless rescue ef forts since the quakes struck some living were thought to be still trapped beneath the rubble of the shattered build ings The US heavy cruiser New port News arrived Thursday with bulldozers and units of a US Army Engineer battalion They joined more than sailors from a French naval squadron which arrived in the harbor Wednesday night after steaming at full speed from the Canary Islands In the fields outside the city shrouded bodies were throsvn in and covered with quicklime A Roman Catholic priest said last rites over the Euro pean victims as surviving rel atives stood alongside Rows of Moslems worked side by side digging a long trench for 75 bodies awaiting burial The hot weather and a lack of embalming facilities made haste necessary US and French rescue planes roared overhead on mercy missions in and out of the French air base just out side the stricken city The single1 runway was crowded with planes bringing in food medicines and rescue ccuiip menl The rescue teams were rac ing against lime as well as the dangers of epidemic Crown Prince Hassan already had signed the death warrant for the said it will be raxed when all hope of sav ing more victims has vanished in about three days Huge rats swarmed through the debris occasionally brush ing against rescue teams who tunneled cautiously under sag ging ruins Sewers ran open contaminating even the sickly smell of death Just who will represent Iowa Politics even affecting Blossom event WASHINGTON UP Politics has reared its ugly head and Iowa for the time being at least has two pretty Cherry Blossom princesses instead of Then the two presidents gavejthe Clstomarv one each other a hearty abrazoj One is Marilyn Canby 17year tlie South American bearhugold American University fresh Miss Canby was notified a few weeks ago she had been chosen by Iowas congressional dclcga And maybe it isnt Rep Mer win Coad protesting what he termed a lack of demo tion and that five Republicans on cratic processes in the previous to the administration of Mrs Ralph S Gromann who has been secretary of the Iowa So ciety since it vas organized embrace and Eisenhower boarded his plane waving and grinning The cheers of millions along the way through Brazil Argen tina Chile and Uruguay kept Eisenhower smiling and in high man living at Bethesda Md The other is young Sandra Love less daughter of Iowa Gov and Mrs Herschel Loveless this group had picked her forjchoice organized another group state honor at the Cherry Blossom Festival Im really excited she told the Washington Post Wednesday night I cant believe that its true Loveless 19yearold daughter of Iowas Democratic governor She is a sophomore at the State University of Iowa The dissenting group objects Saturday temperatures will bespirhs from the minute hei well below normal for this time 33 19 25 17 24 35 32 24 24 ROBBERY SOLVED of the year The Highway Commission said highways south of a line from Onawa to Fort Dodge Waterloo and Dubuque were up to 75 per cent snowpacked Thursday However highways north of that line were near normal Ames man to seek treasurer position DES MOINES E Lawlor 30 a member of the Ames City Council Wednesday requested nomination papers from the secretary of slates of fice as a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for slate treasurer Lawlor is the second OMAHA Neb UPI Police said Thursday they have appar ently cracked Omahas 000 jewelry robbery They said James Charles McLaughlin 24 Omaha admitted being involved in the broaddaylight robbery of Mrs Z H Skriver Jan 26 ftAMI DATIWfW reached South America on his historic goodwill mission 10 days ago SHRUGGING OFF the only hostile display that amounled to anything in Montevideo Wed nesday he told Uruguayan Pres ident Benilo Nardone that Ihe North Iowa Clear to partly cloudy through Friday Colder Thursday night lows zero to 10 below Continued cold Fri day highs 1418 jeers of leftist students did not bother him a bit The acrid fumes of tear gas fired by police at one group of demonstrators brought tears to iowa clear to partly cloudy through Friday Colder Thurs day night lows zero to 8 be low east 816 below west Con tinued cold Friday highs mid teens northeast to lower 20s Eisenhowers eyes and sprayj from disciplinary fire hoses blew across the path of his open car but he was not ruffled The President coughed slightly for a moment He sat down in his bubblctop car wiped his eyes and within a minule jumped to Democrat to announce for Ihelhis feel again waving greetings post now held by M L Abra hamson Jay Beckley Musca line already has announced his candidacy to the enthusiastic mated at drowned out the two small groups of Ihecklers Fenwick youre right She wont go 45 LOS ANGELES UP But your honon my car wont go 45 miles an hour Ben E Fenwick charged with going 45 in a 35 mile zone made that plea Wednesday Judge Joseph Wapner decided to find out for himself With his baliff at the wheel Judge Wapner took a ride in Fenwicks 1054 auto Fenwick was right The car wouldnt do 45 Acquittal southwest Further outlook Partly cloudy a little warmer Saturday Minnesota Flurries colder Highs Friday 515 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 19 Minimum 8 Precipitation 07 1 snow YEAR AGO Maximum 38 Minimum 18 f On the inside North Iowa Newt Page 3 Editorials 4 Mason City Newi 47 Clear Lake News 9 Comics 10 Society Newt1112 Sportj 2122 Want Adi EASY COME EASY GO MIAMI BEACH Fla case of influenza cost hotel ncsday until am Thurs dny His stint included a solid stretch of 8 hours and 23 min utes During part of Longs talk Johnson could be observed in the chamber with the rough draft beginnings of a compro mise bill He mixed earnest con versation with Democratic civil rights supporters Some of them reported after ward Johnson had undertaken a drive to find a measure which can win the necessary twothirds vole of the Senate to limit de bate and end the filibuster should that step be necessary THESE SENATORS sard Johnson emphasized he was ex ploring the prospects for bring ing out a substitute measure centered around provisions for courtappointed referees to heJp guard Negro voting rights and ixing penalties for hate bomb tigs of schools and churches Inviting Democratic sugges ions Johnson was looking into proposal that would drop some other provisions of the adminis ration program introduced by Sen Everett M Dirksen of Illi nois the Republican leader Dirksen meanwhile under t o o k separate exploralioni which carried over into a sched uled midday meeting of all 35 Republicans Thursday One question likely to be dis cussed is whether to try to get a twothirds Senate vote to halt the marathon legislative battle resident Harry Mufson Witl clinlon grealgrcatgrand iednesday Mufson picked up he checks for about 500 custorrt rs gathered to hear singer Bailey when Miss Bailey vas too ill to go on about 25 years ago She appointed Rep H Gross RIowa as society presi dent for a second term It was explained that the presidency rotates in the congressional delegation hut the dissidents complain it has never rotated around to a Democrat LIVES UP TO HIS NAME DCD rrAr CAin REP COAD SAID he tried to SYRACUSE N Y Miss Loveless for the Cherry Blossom court last year tut her nomination was not ac and if so when No one expects the Southern ers lo agree to any civil nghti measure but if they can win son and namesake of the New York governor who was respon sible for the Erie Canal is now president of the New York State Canal Society epted by Mrs Gromann Miss Canby whose sister ianc was Iowas Cherry Blos in 1957 is the om princess laughter of icnry Canby Mount Pleasant Iowa Canby is dentist employed by the Pub ic Health Service The Iowa Society is an injMilo Pcnnington ormal organization and there now appears to be two of that name also Goads group organized a group new society with formal rules and it has given Miss Loveless backing for presentation of her name to the Washington Board Cherry Blossom princess AP Photofax Nancv Sin NANCY TOMMY SANDS TO WED atra 19 daughter of Frank Sinatra is engaged singer Tommy Sands 22 Theyre shown here at a Hollywood night spot No date has heen set for the wedding but theyve indicated itlli be soon Dr and who are enough concessions they might Rlgive up their allout battle Minnesotan faces count of bigamy Sf St Paul man married Jan 2 in Mason City faces a bigamy charge Thurs day in Municipal Court here The man is Kenneth L Bur gess 24 He faces a charge of a bigamous relationship with Janet M Walton 19 St Paul Burgess and Miss Walton were jmarried Jan 2 before Mrs from AUTHORITIES IN St Paul claim that Burgess at the time of his marriage lo Miss Wallon actually had a wife in St Paul His first marriage was also per formed in Mason City on Nov 17 1956 with Sandra Jean Pe terson 23 Ramsey County Minn au NEW GROUP named Ihorities have been investigat THE Michael Cuff Washington at torney as temporary chairman Other members include Iowa Democratic Congressmen Ncal Smith and Leonard Wolf and James Naughlon chief counsel or a House government opera lions subcommittee The only Iowa member of Congress who thus far has re mained aloof from the Cherry Blossom feud is Republican Sen Bourke Hickenlooper He did not vote when the delega tion balloted on a selection The five Republicans sup portingMiss Canby are Sen Thomas Martin and Reps Gross Fred Schwengcl Ben Jensen and Charles Hoeven ing the case since Jan 4 when Miss Waltons parents filed a complaint with the county at torneys office Burgess was arrested Feb 29 BURGESS WHEN he ob tained his second marriage li cense in Mason City claimed his first marriage had ended in divorce His witness for ob taining the license was from Minnesota Peter Maloney assistant Ramsey County attorney saii Burgess claims he thought his first wife had obtained a di vorce fromhim in December The attorney said the first Mrs Burgess had filed apetition for a divorce at that time but that no decree had been issued t   

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