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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The Newspaper That Makes All North iowans Neighbors Associated Press and United Press International FnB Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 14 I960 7c s Copy Paper Consists of Two One No 135 1 Pilot had no spy I training By WARREN ROGERS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Heads will quietly foil in the Central Intel ligence Agency because of the dismal failure of spy pilot Francis G Powers on his May Dayflight over Russia Contrary to standard CIA practice Powers was never trained as a spy His behavior under stress as pieced together by officials consequently failed to live up to the grim code im posed on all espionage agents Powers was under orders to destroy al the evidence of Ms trade and if necessary to de stroy himself He did neither possibly because he was stunned by the ordeal of parachuting from a great height WHATEVER THE reason his failure to follow orders and his subsequent confession even if obtained through duress or drugs woefully compromised his agency and his country Powers immediate superiors at Adana Turkey compoundec the boner When Premie Khrushchev first accused the U S of sending a spyplane over Russia the CIA field unit a Adana cabled a disclaimer I was a bona fide weatherscan ning flight which may have strayed into Russia On the basis of this denial strictly according to the spys rule book for covering up the U S pleaded innocent on Thursday Then came the agon izing reversal when Khrushchev sprang the trap with Powers confession and the pictures he took US su Cu trol vesse THESE ARE SOME of t h e early findings in the soulsearch ing now under way at CIA Some firings are expected one of ficial said We may have 50 openings and more precise requirement for training with even tougher training is in pros pect The shakeup will be done with out fanfare CIA officials in Adana Washington and e 1 s e where will quietly get pink slips from Director Allen W Dulles They are not expected to make a public fuss by crying Scape goat since they know they vio lated espionages llth command Thou shalt not get caught The CIA has determined that Powers a 30yearold former Air Force lieutenant with no combat experience was never given formal training This pro gram one of the hushest of the hushhush at the agency is based on the triedandtrue Brit ish system It consists primarily of rehearsing with a student spy all of the eventualities he might face It sometimes is done with hairraising realism How a man fares in the traimng is careful ly recorded OPENING DAY LUCK Dexter Ewers 1525 10th S W and Wayne Pope 341 Meadow Lane both of Mason City display their walleye catches as the fishing season opened The largest of the three held by Ewers weighs 6 pounds4 ounces for a total of 12 pounds10 ounces Pope has 5 walleyes the largest pounds for a total weight of 13 pounds7 ounces The men were wading on Clear Lakes North Shore The fish were weighed in at Satters Sporting Goods Woman cop does her job She blushed but she stole show in court BOSTON UP Attractive Mary C Connolly 29 blushed as she gyrated and wiggled her torso in the packed room She blushed because bumps and grinds are not part of her calling But her performance was convincing Miss Connolly a Massachu setts state policewoman per formed in a packed municipal courtroom Friday as part of the states testimony before Judge Francis X Morrissey Her demonstration of what she had seen at the Club Zara last week helped convict five women and six men of partici pating in an immoral show Miss Connolly attempted to show the judge what the girls were doing the night police raided the nightclub Gales of laughter came at one point when it was discov ered Miss Connolly had a costume actually just a G string on backwards How ever she was wearing it over her own suit Miss Connolly said the Zara dancers had a peculiar skill in accepting cash from custom ers The bills were tucked in the scanty costumes she said With appropriate wriggles the policewoman showed how the dancers could work the cash into safer places without bene fit of hands Judge Morrissey fined the 11 a total of and sentenced 10 of them to jail terms Nikita somber in Paris Summit talks set to open PARIS UP Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived Sat urday for critical summit talks and promptly accused influen tial circles in some countries of trying to prolong the cold war It was an obvious but low key reference to his spyplane row with President Eisenhower Khrushchev pledged himself in an airport statement to work for the success of the Big negotiations which open Mon day There was persistent talk that a private Eisenhower Khrushchev meeting a show down on aerial espionage might be arranged before hand In a less smiling than somber mood Khrushchev climbed out of a big Ilyushin turboprop plane 4 hours after taking off from Moscow and waved to the crowd He was received with military honors WESTERN diplomats fearful f a summit blowup between the Soviet chieftain and Eisen lower listened intently as Khrushchev read his statement Although it cannot be doubt ed that the people of the whole world desire a reinforcement of IN POWERS case the train ing was waived for some rea son It is theorized that he was one of the few pilots familiar with the U2 weatherandspy aircraft essentially a glider powered by a single powerful J57 jet engine for high altitude work His willingness to under take the hazardous job at pre mium pay of a year plus fringe benefits and gether with his U2 training ap parently outweighed his lack of espionage preparedness in the view of whoever hired him in 1956 Powers was taken after the usual security clearance nor mally including a lie detector test and a psychological exam ination Psychologically that is whether he w a s temperaMinnesota Partly cloudy Cool ews m a ufsheil North Iowa Fair to partly cloudy Saturday night with chance of occasional showers and thunderstorms Little tem perature change Saturday night lows 46 to 50 Fair and cooler Sunday highs 68 to 75 Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night with chance of widely scattered showers or thunder showers east Cooler west Sat urday night lows 42 to 46 west 46 to 50 east Fair and cooler Sunday highs 65 to 70 north west 70 to 75 southeast Out look for Monday Partly cloudy little temperature change FROM OUa WIRE SERVICES BERN Switzerland Russia has charged that Switzerland con spired with the U S in the ar rest and expulsion of two Soviet Embassy officials for spying It claimed the move was a maneuver to divert attention from the U S spy plane incident peace and a relaxation of inter national tensions he said no body can deny that in certain countries especially in recent times influential circles trying to go back to the cold war and prevent improvement of the in ernational atmosphere have noticeably increased theiri activities Let us hope their efforts will not be successful The spyplane incident devel oped two weeks ago when a high flying cameracarrying U2 jet was brought down deep in the Soviet Union Khrushchev an nounced the incident 10 days 400 visitors arrived Saturday for the an nual threeday state convention as now ago and accused the United States of aggression He also has said he had changed his estimate of Eisenhower as a result of the Presidents taking general responsibility for having such flights made HE LISTED AS the primary objectives of the conference dis armament and liquidation of the remnants of the last war and said he wanted to see a treaty of peace with both Ger FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Vice Presi dent Richard Nixons backers claimed Saturday that his heavy vote in recent state primaries shows great grass roots and that his bandwa really rolling Castro tells of incident Not blacked Navy FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Navy i confirmed Saturday that the I US submarine Sea Poacher jwas fired upon by a Cuban patrol boat but it denied Fidel Castros charge that the vessel violated Cubas territorial wa ters The incident occurred more than five miles off the Cuban coast well into international wa ters the Navy said The Navy said the Sea Poach er heading through Nicholas Channel towards Key West Fla first sighted the Cuban ship on a collision course and maneuvered sharply to avoid being hit FROM A DISTANCE of two miles the Cuban vessel fired tracer bullets which the Sea Poacher mistook for red flares The navy said the US sub marine at first though the Cu ban vessel was in distress and actually slowed down for a while The Cuban ship later made another pass firing more tracer bullets and headed back toward Cuba the Navy said The Sea Poacher proceeded on course for Key West The fiery prime minister cited nine instances of US Navy ves sels being sighted near Cubas coast between May 6 and 11 Reading from a Cuban Navy report Castro also charged that he US light cruiser Norfolk violated Cubas territorial wa ters by coming inside the three mile limit The American craft the re iport said was operating in in violation of inter KLEIN WOULD nof commentnational agreements To back up the latter point011 Republican Chairj U S Navy headquarters in FOR HUNGRY guests of Mason City Council 1006 Knights of Columbus delegates from Making preparations for the opening across Iowa wont leave Mason City night smorgasbord at the clubrooms hungry thats for certain Some are left to Clarence LaVille general convention chairman Pat Ca halan and Elmer Sursely Democratic votes and doesnthard particularly at the grass have the strong and enthusiasticjroots Klein declared backing of the Republican rank and file strength Klein produced figures purportman Thurston BMortons denied any ships are agon ising to show that in five lhat the WpIane incidentjoperating blacked out Herbert G Klein Nixons pressiperiod ing to show that in five primar during the April 12May 10 Nixon drew 2264553 ifnea there secretary unveiled figures prevotes compared with 2J88 pared by the Nixon camp showj for President Eisenhower in 1956 ing that in eight primaries to i in the same areas date Nixon has outpolled Sen The fact that the voters have John F Kennedy the turned out with such enthusiasm lin Russia had actuallv strengthi the U S position But THE PRIME minister identi were other some of the Amencan war Nixon is confident as ofshlP3 m the navy report now that the incident hurt the GOP in November cause he feels the They included the Norfolk the Barracuda a frigate fand the destroyer The Sullivan vuuu me luiiieu uuu wmi bULii eimiuijiasm c frontrunning Democratic candipoints up that the Nixon band Elsen1 date 2669000 to 1477000 Klein said the Nixon forces felt that the most significant is rolling and rolling hower on the issue NEW YORK Lu mentally fitted to the task he passed But officials in Washington were having some second thoughts about that now They contrasted Powers detailed con fession with the stony silence of Col Rudolf Abel the Soviet spy caught in Brooklyn mas querading as a photographer in 1957 and is now serving 30 years in federal prison As to security one of the first i things CIA officials did was to check the possibility they had a double agent on their hands But the circumstances belied that FATALLY SHOT SAC CITY UPI Earl Rus sell Rix 33 farmer near here was accidentally killed Friday when a shotgun discharged wounding him in the chest and causing him to fall under a tractor and disk I er Highs Sunday 6070 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 74 Minimum 47 At 8 a m 63 YEAR AGO Maximum 54 Minimum 33 SAME IIOWA 8AKEJ1 DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black FUfr Death In Fait 21 Hours crezia Bori 72 the Span ishborn soprano who once had the opera world at her feet died Satur day of a brain hemor rhage WASHINGTON Raymond J Pollock says he has resigned as head of the Agriculture De partment grain storage division but that a Sen ate committee investiga tion of grain storage costs had nothing to do with it at all WATERLOO T Sullivan 19 son of one of the five Sullivan brothers who were lost at sea in World War II married Frances Sears his high school sweet heart here Saturday NEW YORK Bat tling involving antiCas tro Cubans broke out Sat urday in front of the Cu ban consulate in Man hattan Twenty were ar rested manys and improvement of re lations between East and Wes The Soviet Premier got her almost 24 hours ahead of Eisen hower West German Chance lor Konrad Adenauer had ar rived an hour before Khrusl chev Britains Harold Macmi Ian is due Sunday morning Ade i thing nauer will join U S British and French leaders in onedaj consultations Sunday Khrushchevs 10mile route t the Soviet Embassy on Paris famous Left Bank of th Seine was heavily patrolled b gendarmes Crowds of curious Parisiens had gathered in the shopping and middle class dis ricts through which the route ran Picnic weather on tap for weekend A picnic weather weekend was on tap for all of Iowa as temper atures Saturday were in the high 70s under clear to partly cloudy skies Fair skies were expected to remain Sunday with afternoon highs in the up per 60s and low 70s The only sour note in the weather pat tern was a forecast of possible shower activity along a weak frontal system expected to move into Iowa later Saturday NIMITZHAS CHECKUP CHELSEA Mass OP Fleet Admiral Chester W Nimilz 75 is undergoing a routine check ip at Chelsea Naval Hospital great is the vice strength in On the inside nation added that The Sullivan S ihad been seen off Cuba s coasts m M many times The Nixon forces said they These ships navigate our wa were particularly cheered byitcrs wilh lignts out as in times the vice presidents showing jnof war Castro asserted the recent Nebraska primary The was sighted at presidents areas where many observers Blue Page 3 jwhere he polled 71463 f have belittled Republican 4 votes to 78300 for Kennedy j w ithin Zy miles of Cayo Blanco chances I Comics 5 name was on the ballot a smajj jey Off tne Varadero Church News 7 Nixon who had privately pre HE TOLD newsmen the pri mary votes also show that Nixon is far ahead of his party es pecially in farm areas Also EClein said it refutes arguments that Nixon cant win independent Beach resort about 75 miles Society News 8 jdicted that Kennedy would win northeast Of Havana 910 Jin West Virgina now is known i Unjted States has been Mason City News 1213 to regard the Massachirsettsl0perating the big 100million dol Senator as more than ever an lar Guantanamo naval base in Clear Lake News 14 Building News 1415 North Iowa News 18 oddson favorite to take the top Democratic spot SHOVING MATCH Actor John Wayne shown chatting with Maria Cooper daughter of Gary Cooper and Frank Sinatra dressed as an Indian are all smiles as they attended a bone fit costume ball in Hollywood A few AP Photofix minutes later the two men engaged in a shoving match when Wayne berated Sinatra for hiring an accused Commu nist to write a script for him Sinatra also squared with a parking lot at tendant southeast Cuba under perpetual treaty since 1903 Belmond shares even more in Luick estate BELMOND Li The will of jthe late Chester P Luick who i had givent nearly 3550000 to the town of Belmond in the last eight years shows he gave an other estimated 5200000 to the town i The will on file at Belmond created a trust to be operated exclusively for public educa tional and charitable purposes Luick a retired farmer and land owner died May 3 at the age of 86 His widow survives i The will provided in cash bequests to relatives and charities and gave the pro ceeds of the sale of two farms to relatives The remainder of the estate valued at an estimated to 5200000 will be set up as a memorial trust the proceeds to go to his widow during her life time and then liquidated for use by the trustees   

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