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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for tto VOL Prco and United MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Mokes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 21 1960 nternatlooil run LCIM To i Copy Paper Consists of Four No Uf Fear for safety of 2 youths on mountain FKOM OUK WIRE SERVICES ESTES PARK Colo Ex pert climbers Thursday worked their way up windy snowcov ered 14255foot Longs Peak along the footsteps of a cour ageous coed from Iowa in a race to save two exhausted and nearly frozen young men Strong turbulence around the Northern Colorado mountain forced a light Civil Air Palro plane which had been search ing for signs of the two Univer sity of Colorado students to turn back Three parties of six expert each aided by mountaineers directions given by Jane R Bendixen from her hospital bed were making their way up the slopes of the mountain One rescue group found the footsteps of the 19yearold Colorado Uni versity coed from Davenport and began retracing them inan Kennedy now ahead of Nixon Pollsters find popularity of Senator growing By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J Results of the latest trial heat of voter preference show Sen John Ken nedy of Massachusetts has crept ahead of Vice President Nixon This is the way the Princeton Research Service sees it at this time Kennedy 514 Nixon 479 Undecided 7 Excluding the undecided vote the figures become Kennedy 518 Nixon 482 It must be kept in mind that all public opinion samplings are subject to a margin of error of approximately four per cent when the findings are at or very near the 50 per cent mark the way they aretoday 518 per cent for Kennedy 482 per cent for Nixon P RIN CETON RESEARCH Service experience over the years with political predictions does however indicate that the man with a lead of four per cent or better normally wins It must also be understood that todays poll findings reflect only current opinion and that much can happen between now and election day should the two men Kennedy and Nixon get the presidential nominations from their respective political parties Five weeks ago findings on the same question showed the following Nixon 50 per cent Kennedy 494 per cent Undecided 06 per cent In other words over the past five weeks sentiment for Nixon has dropped 21 per cent that for Kennedy has edged for ward 20 per cent and the Un decided has risen 01 per cent When todays vote is stacked up alongside the findings report ed in three previous surveys with the undecided vote ex cluded the trend looks like this Nixon Kennedy Oct 29 1960 522 478 Jan 281960 510 490 March 17 1960 503 497 TODAY 482 518 From the above it can be seen that over the past six months sentiment for Nixonhas been gradually lessening while that for Kennedy has just as gradual ly been rising TODAYS SPLIT in sentiment among Democrats Republicans and independents is worthy of particular mention For in stance 15 out of every 100 Dem ocrats talked to say they favor Nixon whereas only 10 out of each 100 Republicans talked to say they prefer Kennedy to Nixon At the same time Nixon holds a very slim edge over Ken nedy among rank and file in dependent voters However since those who con sider themselves Democrats out number those who consider themselves Republicans by just about a 4 to 3 margin 43 per cent of all eligible voters today consider themselves Democrats Republicans 32 per cent and in dependents 25 per todays vote still puts Kennedy ahead in the overall picture Heres how Democrats Repub licans and independents voted in the survey Nix Ken Unde on nedy cided Republicans 90 10 Democrats 15 84 1 Independents 505 48S 1 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Nikita reslates trip to France a change I Mercury dipt lo 13 here Firt inAlgona church Foes of Rhee in demands PAGEJ 1 OF THE MARCH 14 ISSUE International contest GlobeGazette again honored by judges effort to find her two male com panions MISS BENDIXEN battling on raw courage to get aid for her friends stumbled into the tiny community of Allcnspark Wednesday night more than 36 hours after the trio was caught a sudden spring storm on he mountain Her trek took tier over 8 to 10 miles of treacherous terrain The girls feet and fingers were partially frozen and she was in a state of shock But her condition was good and she was able to give directions to Ranger Bob Frauson of the Na tional Park Service Miss Bendixens companions were In poor condition when she left them They are Prince D Willmon 23 a graduate student from Fort Smith Ark and David L Jones 18 a freshman from Webster Grove Mo MISS BENDIXEN said she left Willmon in a snow cave at the 12500foot level to seek help He was suf fering from such extreme frost bite that his skin was blistered and his hands and feet were swollen so he could not hold a rope or travel She became separated from Jones at about the 10000foot level She said she fell about 10 feet onto a boulder suffering cuts and bruises and lost con sciousness Later after recovering her wits she was unable to find Jones She struggled downward until she staggered into the home of N L Sutherland near Allenspark The girl said the three had taken refuge in the snow cave during the storm that swept the mountain Tuesday afternoon They had started out along with another student James A Greig 21 Glenview 111 to climb the mountain at 2 arajgecretary James P trade Tuesday All four are considered good climbers Want new elections For the second time in three years the Mason City GlobeGazette has reached the finals of the contest to Ayer Cup was second The Berkshire Eagle Pittsfield Mass was third Tied with the GlobeGa A LONG WAY BACK Maj Gen Henry Clay Hodges U S Army oldest living graduate oC West Point A IIJiotofiix Gen G IT Davidson commandant of the academy and at right is Charles sits at a luncheon table during celebra Otstott first captain of the Cadet Corps tion of his 100th birthday At left is Lt graduating class Mitchell favors I0J5c hike in minimum pay WASHINGTON workers mostly in the pick the outstanding newspa zette for fourth place were the per in typography makeup and printing The GlobeGazette tied with three other newspapers for fourth place in the 10000 to 50000 circulation category Duluth Herald the La Porte Ind Her aidArgus and the Waterbury Conn Republi can The Emporia Gazette a Kansas daily that attained dis This is the largest group from tinction under the editorship the 859 daily newspapers enof the late William Alien tered in the contest for the White was named of international Ayer Cup Two years ago the Globe Gazette captured second place in its category with 819 news papers entered THIS YEARS contest was the Ayer Cup FIRST PLACE for news papers of more than 50000 circulation went to the Atlanta Constitution The Christian Science Monitor was runner based on the March 14 issue up in this class The Daily of the newspapers The con Oklahoman was third testants are notified in ad vance which week will be judged but are not notified afterward which day of the week is involved In the 10000 to 50000 cir culation category the Der rick of Oil City Pa won first The Rutland Vt Her ald a twotime winner of the Raymond Moley syndicated columnist who served as a judge in Philadelphia noted that in the past years news papers had made more ef fective use of front page pic tures and were completing more of their stories there without a jump to an inside page GREIG SAID the first stage of the climb is easy and climb ers often start at night to have the easy part of the climb over by daylight Greig said he was too exhaust ed to continue and left the par ty before noon Tuesday re turning to their c a m p ground After waiting until nearly m i d night Tuesday Greig notified authorities and a search was gotten under way at am Wednes JANE day National park service of ficials said the mountain was closed to climbers at this time of the year They said the group must have walked past severa signs notifying them it was closed FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW YORK The US Court of Appeals has unani mously upheld a Federal Avi ation Agency order grounding airline pilots over 60 years of age ExNorth Iowa school head nabbed in holdup A former North Iowa andlof his conversations with Southern Minnesota school su perintendent has admitted rob bing a California bankof to pay gambling debts accord ing to the FBI Robert Nenville Overson 32 said he robbed the San Leandro Calif bank Wednesday morn ing He continued his work as a microscope salesman in the afternoon and was taken into custody by police and FBI agents when he returned home Overson who is married and has four small children was principal at Greene in 195556 and superintendent at Kensett from 1956 until Jan 1 1953 lie was superintendent at Lyle from then until last January when he moved to California Overson reportedly resigned at Lyle after several senior girls complained he had prop ositioned them Lyle school board president Webster John son said Overson at first denied the charges but later quit when the girls submitted statements them Johnson described Overson as a dark handsome man with a friendly aridwinning person ality Overson admitted taking the money from a teller after show ing her a note in which he threatened to shoot everyone in sight However no gun was displayed during the robbery and Overson denied that he car ried one Two witnesses got the license number of Oversons red and white station wagon as he left the scene of the robbery The suspect said heirobbed the bank because he owed nearly to various poker clubs in the area Overson said he mailed the bank loot to his mother Mabel Lang in St Peter Minn Over son is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus College St v Peter and obtained a Masters Degree from the University of Iowa in August 1955 North Iowa Generally fair am warmer Thursday night lows in upper 40s Partly cloudy and mild Friday highs 6672 Iowa Generally fair and warm er Thursday night lows 4555 Partly cloudy and mild Fri day with chahce of scatterec thunderstorms south in th afternoon or evening highs 6674 Further ers and somewhat cooler Sat urday ecommendcd Thursday that ongress grant a moderate ncrease of 10 to 15 cents in IB federal minimum age Mitchell also called for ex ending the wagehour law cov rage to some three million ad N ews in a utshell HE REJECTED as too tremc a Democratic bill ex tQ boost the wage floor to and extend coverage to an ex tra eight million workers In testimony before a House labor subcommittee Mitchell said Democraticbacked propos als would create a great deal of unemployment The enactment oC such pro posals would nothelp workers in need of minimum protec tion he said but would ac ually result in the loss of jobs jy large numbers of lowpuid vorkcrs But a modest boost in he fed eral floor tinder wages would jenefit low paid workers and not cause any great hardship Mitchell said HE SUPPORTED a bill intro duced by Rep Peter Frcling uiyscn It would extend coverage to any company if its otal annual value of incoming merchandise or supplies moving GREAT LAKES Minnesota Partly cloudy con tinued mild Highs Friday 65 75 Navy spokesman said he had no official word on the whereabouts of a teenage Wave who vanished 28 days ago The girl Jcanetle Stau ber 19 Lake City Iowa left Des Moincs by train March 23 for Chicago She has not been heard from since AUGUSTA Ga Eisenhower announced his se lection of a new chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board Whitney Gilliland a CAB member since last November McALLEN body of Irene Garza 25 a beauty contest winner and school teacher who had been missing since she left for church Sat urday night was found in the Second Street canal in a bur lap bag tied vith rope Hunt youth who took cash from employer peace officers Thursday afternoon were look ing for a 17yearold boy who re portedly stole from his em ployer Arthur E Shannon farmer seven miles cast o here iDeputy Sheriff Marvin Earth of uller County said the boy got p about am took a bill old containing the money and eft on fool The boys name was ot revealed QUEEN IS 34 LONDON Elizabeth I was 34 Thursday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 71 Minimum 36 Donald Mac Kay was named to a univer sity television research pro fessorship Commenting on his appointment MacKay said I SAME havent a television set and I do not intend to get one Pravda has pub lished an open letter from a group of Soviet medical sci entists lashing out at Rus sian newspapers for printing misleading and false claims of spectacular medical de velopments CARACAS Reb els against President Romu lo Bctancourt aband o n e d their last stronghold and fled toward the Colombian border SEOUL Korea Syngman Rhces political foes unappeascd by the resignation of his cabinet in the face of ncirrevolution Thursday re ncwcdthelr demands for new presidential elections The 85yearold presidents op position also declared his prom ise of redress for those with major grievances was insuf ficient The promise came in the wake of bloody antigovernment riots Tuesday that brought mar tial law to the capital and other major Korean cities THERE WERE no reports of renewed violence as troops and police patrolled the cities But tension mounted as the bodies of demonstrators shot by police were turned over to weeping wailing relatives With at least 1000 persons shot during tlie riots the known death toll stood at 147 Hundreds more were still in critical con dition in hospitals or in their homes Vice President John M Chang leader of the opposition Democratic party declared here would be no compromise n his partys demand for new elections CHANG LOST his bid for rt election last month to Lee Ki poony Rhees Liberal party run ning male Rhee running unop posed for his fourth term after the death of the Democratic party candidate piled up the biggest vote of his career in the election The election was the principal issue behind the uprisings The Democrats have charged Rhees Liberals with rigging the voting and widespread ballot box stuff ing to insure a Liberal in power should the aged president not live out his term Chang defeat led Lee in the 1956 election The outgoing cabinet minis directly across more than one state lines is million dollars and if it has 100 or more em ployes Mitchell said this would ex tend protection to 3100000 workers in retail trade con struction transportation and communications industries The secretary acknowledged he felt millions of workers are entitled to coverage but said it is not practicable to bring them in now If the minimum is now raised to he said wage cost increases will amount to more than one billion dollars a year CHANGE PLANNED AMES Iowa Highway Commission is going to move its district headquarters from Council Bluffs to Atlantic tcrs were generally considered Lees protegeos Their resigna tion appeared to be mainly an apology for the bloodshed and not a move toward correcting underlying causes of discontent Sioux Cityan held in shooting of kin SIOUX CITY Sioux ity man was shot on a down town street here Thursday in what police believed was a fam ly quarrel The victim William Wabashaw had a wound in the upper left chest and was re ported in poor condition In cus tody is Percy Saul 23 a rela tive of Wabashaw On the inside Editorials Page 7 Society News89 Comics10 Clear Lake News 11 Sports 2324 Latest Markets26 Mason City News 2627 North Iowa News MADAME DE GAULLE GETS BOU QUET Francoise LeGrand 11 pre sents a bouquet to Madame De Gaulle AP Photofiji wife met leaders of the French com munity De Gaulle himself stands be at the Quebec Canada Winter Club hind The visitors to America move on where the French president and his to the United States Friday   

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