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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE v The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors VOL 93 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 5 1960 f 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Fmrr No 177 incident shatters summit hopes Russ shuffle top positions FROM ODE WIRE SERVICES MOSCOW The Soviet Union moved younger men into high government and Communist party posts Thursday in a massive shakeup that left Nikita S Khrushchev still unchallenged at the top The shuffle in which there were some expected demotions took Frol Kozlov out of his government post as a first deputy premier and catapulted him into a streamlined party secretariat ofseven men the repositoryj of ultimate power in the Soviet j Union Kozlov 51 visited the United States last year In the Soviet Union the com munist party is more powerful than the government Khrush Nixon still has lead on Adlai Little change in voter sentiment on personalities By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N of the latest trial heat of voter preference show Vice Pres ident Nixon holding a substan tial lead over Adlai Stevenson This is the way the Princeton Research Service sees it at this time Nixon 546 Stevenson445 Undecided9 Excluding the undecided vote the figures become Nixon 55 Stevenson 45 TWO MONTHS AGO findings on the same question showed the following NIXON 534 per cent STE VENSON 456 per cent unde cided 10 per cent In other words since early March senti ment for the men has remained approximately the same It must be understood that days poll findings reflect only current sentiment and that opin ion can and may change be tween now and six months away Todays split in sentiment among Democrats Republicans and independents is worthy of particular mention For in stance NLxon has more than 9 out of every 10 Republicans in his camp whereas Stevenson has not quite 4 out of every 5 Democrats with him Survey findings also show that Nixon outpolls Stevenson among rank and file independents by a mar gin of about 12 to 7 HERES HOW Democrats Re publicans and independents voted in todays survey Nixon Stev Und GOP933 64 3 chevs principal power comes from the fact that he is the partys first secretary He took on the added title of premier so he could sit in at international councils as his countrys gov ernment leader too THE ANNOUNCEMENT said four persons had been dropped from the 10member secretariat of the partys central commit tee Alexei KirichenkoAverki Aristov Pyotbr Pospelov and Nikolai Ignatov while Kozlov was added to it Two persons were dropped from the presidium of the partys central committee Kirichenko and Nikollai I Bel yayev and three added Alexei Kosygin Nikolai Pod gorny and Dimitri Polyanski Kosygin also was given Koz lovs government job of first deputy premier The other first deputy premier is Anastas Mi royan whose position was not changed IT WAS THE biggest re shuffle of high Soviet posts since June 1957 when an anti party group was purged The new changes which were decided on Wednesday in paral el meetings by the 133member party central committee and he presidium of the Supreme Soviet were viewed by political experts here rather than jointed out that none1 of those who were downgraded were discredited or thrown out of the central committee com pletely as happened with the VIolotov group three years ago Rather it appeared obvious he move was designed to im prove the government and arty leadership with younger more efficient administrators The new men to watch now are Kozlov Kosygin Pod orny and Polyanski North Iowa Showers and thun derstorms Thursday nigh with locally more than on inch of rain likely coole lows in lower 50s Rain Fr day cooler highs 5357 Iowa Showers and thunde storms with one inch or mor of precipitation Thursda night except extreme nortl west and extreme southeas Cooler west Thursday nigh lows in lower 40s northwes to near 60 in southeast Ra central and west showers an thunderstorms extreme eas Friday cooler highs 50 north west to 60 southeast Furthe and warm er west rain ending and con tinued cool east Saturday Minnesota Cloudy shower continuing Highs Friday 4 55 GlobeGazette weather dat up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 76 50 57 09 88 62 as a reshuffle a purge They Demo216 777 7 Ind625 354 21 Todays findings become al the more meaningful when com pared with the latest findings of a NixonKennedy trial heat survey which showed Kennedy 514 per cent Nixon 479 per cent undecided 7 per cent This is particularly so when the political party breakdowns for both Kennedy and Stevenson are compared when they each are run against Nixon Stevenson Kennedy GOP 64 100 Demo777 840 Ind354 485 From the above it can be seen that Kennedy runs 36 per cent better than Stevenson among the rank and file Repub licans when the two are matched against Nixon Among Demo crats Kennedy does 63 per cent better than does Stevenson Arid among independents Kennedy runs 131 per cent better than does the former Illinois gover nor SAME DATE1959216 Tornadoes skip across the Midwest By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Violent weather ripped across areas in south central sections of the country Wednesday night and Thursday causing exten sive property damage and injur ing more than 20 persons Tornadic winds heavy rain and hail pounded areas in Okla homa Texas Missouri and Kan sas Heaviest damage and high est injury toll appeared to be in north central Texas and the southern half of Oklahoma Hardest hit in Oklahoma were Oil Center a town of about 100 near Ada and Soper a com munity of about 300 in the south central part of the state More than a score of homes were de stroyed or damaged in the two towns Wind gusts up to 85 m p h hammered Oklahoma City while a twister injured three per sons at Lawton Twelve persons were injured in the Oklahoma storms and at least 12 suffered injuries in a tornado which hit Lake Worth north of Fort Worth Tex Other twisters struck rural areas near Urbana Mo and Ness City in western Kansas No injuries were reported GRIPE WELL TAKEN LONDON L T Whitaker complained at a lunch of the National Pig Breeders Assn Thursda that Britons are not eating enough bacon Main ourse at the lunch was roast amb ews in a utshell FROM OUB WIRE SERVICES BURLINGTON Ohio Eescue workers say there is no hope of find ing Warren Payne 17 yearold Negro boy alive They are digging to the bottom of a 35foot dry well to free the body which was trapped in a cavein DES MOINES Gov Herschel Loveless ob served his 49th birth day Thursday WASHINGTON House passage moved a million depressed area bill back to the Sen ate and put it a step clos er to an expected veto Its fate could become a major political issue in the presid e n t i a 1 cam paign SAN BERNARDINO Calif The monthly Nudesletter of the Oakdale Ranch nudist camp quoted Charles Dwelleys remark on the origin of nudist camps Nudist camps were started by a group of sunbathers who in their search for a perfect tan were determined to leave no stern untoned DES MOINES The Iowa Board of Control has issued an order tem porarily barring Everett W Gross Billings Mont and formerly of Decorah from giving le gal advice to prisoners at the State Penitentiary The attorney generals office has accused Gross of the unauthorized prac tice of law in Iowa WASHINGTON Pioneer V has completed nearly onefifth of its 514500000mile journey around the sun The so lar satellite has trans mitted 1047 hours of in formation in the 1295 hours since its launch ing DIVORCE PLANNED NEW YORK M Actress model Suzy Parker will divorce Pierre dc la Salle her husband of five years Her attorney says the split was caused by career trouble US jet downed by Russ Khrushchev in tirade MOSCOW Khrush chev told the Soviet Parliamen in a bristling speech Thursda that Soviet armed forces hav shot down a plane he describei as a U S military craft H threatened to retaliate wit rockets if American bomber appear over the Soviet Union The Soviet Premiers speed cast gloom over prospects fo the summit conference openin in 11 days He issued an un veiled threat to U S allies too a hefty slap at Vice Presiden Richard M Nixon and charge that President Eisenhower freedom of movement at th summit is being restricted b certain U S circles THE SUPREME Soviet burs into a wave of applause a Khrushchev announced t h i downing of an American plani May 1 A singleengine jet U2 weath er research plane has been missing since May 1 after a takeoff in Turkey Pentagon of icials said It is assumed to lave come down near Lake Van not far from the border of So viet Armenia In this general area a U S 130 transporter was downed bj Soviet forces in 1958 By U S reckoning the Soviets accounted or only 6 of 17 men lost then The U2 a ship assigned to Na ional Aeronautics and Space Administration is af lying lab oratory asigned to make weath T observations and check air for radioactivity KHRUSHCHEV called the jlane incident an aggressive act and asked rhetorically of the Jnited States If you think you can take such measures why dont you hink we can take similar meas ures when a plane appears over iur territory and threatens the ecurity of our country We lave the same rights as you the ame means as you We have no bombers on duty iut we have rockets on duty hey are more accurate and rustworthy than your bomb rs At Washington the State De artment said the American lane may have drifted across he Russian border as a result f the unidentified civilian pilot ecoming unconscious from lack f oxygen President Eisen ower ordered a complete in uiry The last report from the pilot E that craft was a message on n emergency frequency report ng that the flier was experi ncing oxygen trouble and lanned to return KHRUSHCHEV referred angri to Eisenhowers suggestion mt Nixon might sit in for him t the summit if the Presidents resence is required in Washing on on domestic matters Khrushchev said he had met ixon several times and it was ifficult for him not to gain the mpression Nixon was the last erson to think of stopping the old war or ending the arms ace I am afraid that if Nixon be omes entitled to carry on ne otiations at the summit it ould be as we say in Russia ke sending a goat to take care f the cabbage the Soviet Pre mier said Then came the threat to U S Hies Khrushchev said it is ugh time for those countries hich have provided the United tates with bases to realize ley are playing with fire and they too can suffer re aliatory blows Ruthven trucker is victim of accident REDWOOD FALLS Minn UP An Iowa fishery truck mashed into a bridge abutment nd plunged into Sleepy Eye reek 13 miles southwest of here hursday killing the driver he body of Kenneth Barringer i Ruthven Iowa was found be eath the truck NOT MILITARY PLANE This is the American U2 for utility jet plane which is missing over Turkey and presumably the one which Russia claims AP Photofax was shot down over its territory It was on a weather observation flight for the civilian National Aeronau tics and Space Administration and so marked Engineers return to jobs here 15cent hike is approved Work resumed on major con struction projects in Mason City Thursday morning as operat ing engineers ended their strike against the contractors pending settlement of the strike at Ce dar Rapids The Mason City contractors lave agreed to an increase oi 5 cents an hour for the next 30 lays before which time it is ex pected a final agreement will be reached in the Cedar Rapids strike Several hundred workers who lad been out on strike in Mason City since Monday were back at heir jobs Work also was re sumed in Des Moines and Wa erloo Thursday where new woyear contracts were ac cepted by the operating engi neers THE DES MOINES agree ment provided for a 15cent lourly pay boost this year and gain next year but the union Topped its demand for a hiring all and other sideline bene LtS A joint statement of the un on and the Des Moines Con truction Council said that aside rom the wage increases all ther provisions of the old con ract that expired Saturday re mained unchanged i At Cedar Rapids the General aborers Union on trike but they returned to ork on a multimillion dollar No joketo FBI Airliner checked OES MOINES W A remark about a bomb apparently made in jest aboard a Braniff Airlines flight ended up as a nightmare Wednesday night for Julian V Jackson 41 Kirks ville Mo About the time the plane was over Ottuqnwa Stewardess Jean Hotter said Jackson told her as he came out of a rest room I was going to bring a bomb aboard But dont worry I decided I wouldnt She immediately told Pilot Frank Schwab who radioed the Des Moines airport When the plane landed it was met by Des Moines police FBI agents and a National Guard ex plosives expert Authorities checked all luggage and the plane which was enroute from St Louis to Minneapolis The FBI which is cracking down on bomb threats said charges probably will be filed GOP neutralizes n old age issue WASHINGTON UPI The Democratic Congress appeared likely to reject the big budgetboosting program of medical care for the aged proposed by the Eisenhower administration Key Democrats predicted Congress would wind up approving a selffinancing Democratic plan that would include higher taxes to pay for at least some of the benefits Many congressional Democrats conceded privately that the administration had pretty well neutralized the electionyear issue of medical care for the elderly by finally coming up with Four members of U S search team missing HEIDELBERG Germany own plan that would cost federal and state treasuries Sl 200000000 a year The administrations plan of fered a wide variety of A title for Megs husband Nation set for wedding LONDON UPI Princess Mar garets wedding eve and the big question Thursday was whether she would marry a commoner Or will Queen Elizabeth II elevate bridegroom to be An tony Armstrong Jones to the peerage If Armstrong Jones goes to the altar Friday in Westminster Abbey without a title Margaret will be the first English princess in 450 years to marry a plain mister BRITONS WERE debating whether such a break with tra dition would be good or bad Final preparations went ahead for the big event which has drawn thousands of tourists from the United States and Europe three weeks before tha start of the usual tourist season By evening the stage will be set the route from Buckingham Palace to the Abbey bright with flowers and the first spectators be taking up places for an cal benefits ranging from hosjovernight wait on the sidewalk UPDTwo members of a home care THE CROWDS physicians services dental motel between Cedar Rapids and Marion after the contractor agreed to pay an additional 30 cents an hour pending agree ment on a new contract THE LABORERS union also remained on strike in Des Moines Lee and Henry Coun ties but had not thrown up picket lines The absence of laborers forced many construc tion jobs to shut down The International Hod Car riers Builders and Common Laborers Union Local 566 at Ot tumwa set up picket lines in Ot tumwa but not in other areas of its ninecounty jurisdiction Union Business Agent Kenneth Young said wage increases and hiring hall were the principal issues Building strikes continued in Cedar Rapids Ottumwa Keo kuk Fort Madison Burlington and Mount Pleasant search team hunting the re mains of the last four crewmen if the World War II ghost bomb er Lady Be Good are them elves missing in the Libyan Desert Army headquarters here nnounced Thursday The men ost contact with other members of the party during a fierce sandstorm which struck the search area Saturday a spokes man said The wreckage of the bomber was found last spring by oil prospectors The bodies of five other crewmen were un covered last fall DATES SET INDIANAPOLIS Ind The American Legion executive committee selected national con vention sites for 1963 1964 and 1965 at its annual spring meet ing Wednesday Approved were New Orleans for 1963 Dallas for treatment and drugs to most are expected ito be the greatest since Eliza coronation Thousands of 11 1 IJLcil i UUUOalluO VJL persons 60 and older at sub xtra poice wefe called jnto sidized rates To qualify for the benefits I city to control them Fifty thousand cheering fans elderly persons would have tomobbed the jnces and Arm pay an enrollment fee of S24 ajg t Jones Wednesday night year in addition to the first th were to the im of costs of medical care and 20 t reception and dinner per cent of the remaining costs The administrations plan was offered as a more comprehen sive alternative to t h e labor Dacked Forand bill which would dance the Queen and Prince Philip gave for them at Buck ingham Palace Mounted police shepherded big maroon Rolls Royce expand Social Security as the crowd broke fits to include medical care jthrough poiice lines and slowed Republican reaction to the adthe car to a crawl Margaret ministration plan ranged from I and her fiance waved and opposition to enthusiasm GOP smiled as shouts of good luck members generally insisted the went up from the mass of strug administrations plan was better gling men and women than the Forand bill and should i be studied thoroughly i Some conservative Democrats who have opposed the Forand bill with its provision for higher Reveals Chessman has daughter 17 1964 and Las Vegas Nev for 7 SAN FRANCISCO UPI 10Cnr 6 Social Security payroll taxes to rrv wont 1965 On the inside aocwi oecuniy pajnm taxes to Caryl Chessman went to his finance hospitalization andjdeath in th chamber with nursing home care reveaUng the exiitence of a the administration plan as far 17year0id daughter Attorney worse j George T Davis said Thursday They said it was fiscally who aided Chessman in responsible for the administrahis 12year effort to escape the tion to propose a big permanent death PenaUv said the convict ake News 15 author refused to disclose the City News 1617 of the real red liht proposing any new revenue tobandit because he feared his finance it daughter would be harmed Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 5 Society News 67 Comics 10 Clear Lake News 15 Mason Latest Markets 17 Sports 1920 Never want to see him again Hands tot over for American to adopt BRIGHTON England Dryeyed and unmoved Yvonne Moore Wednesday night handed over her un wanted 11dayold son to the American wife who hopes to adopt him I know you will look after him and love him more than I ever could she told Gladys Simon 38 New York who flew here to collect the baby Mrs Moore 39 and married 20 years claims shes too old now to start a family Her husband a bus driver quit his job because of the neighbors criticism of their desire to get rid of the baby Britishborn Mrs Simon will stay six months in this coun try to complete the legal pro cess of adoption The baby will be christened Francis after Mrs Simons husband She was handed the baby in a hotel room shortly after Mrs Moore had been released from a Brighton maternity hospital When she saw Francis curled quietly in his mothers arms Mrs Simon cried I cant believe its true I cant believe it In handing over the baby Mrs Moore said Hes yours now Mrs Simon I promise you after today you will never see me or my husband again Mrs Moore took a final peek at her son and sighed I dont know why it is but no more feel his mother than any woman in the street I never want to see him farther he goes the better it will be To me he would just be 24 hours wcrk day   

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