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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 19, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Fan Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 19 1960 Copy TOS Papw rvmhf of rmr On No 189 TRIKE TALK What might appear to be a mini ature summit conference or a 5 oclock traffic jam is none other than a tricycle gathering on 3rd N E in Mason City Kids from one end of the block to the GlobeGazette photo by Jo Moore other join in a bit of togetherness to compare toys and relate new experiences Some of the tots come from threetrike families grows in Poll gives him a 6 per cent lead over Nixon 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 widening his lead over Vice President Nixon This is the way Princeton Re search Service sees it at this time Kennedy 525 Nixon 466 Undecided 9 EXCLUDING THE undecided vote the figures become Kennedy 531 Nixon 469 It must be understood that to days 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 Four weeks ago findings on the same question showed the following Kennedy 514 per cent Nixon 479 per cent Undecided 07 per cent Thus over the past month sentiment for Kennedy has jumped ll per cent that for Nixon has dropped 13 per cent and the undecided vote has edged forward 02 per cent WHEN TODAYS vote is stacked up alongside the find ings reported in four previous surveys with the undecided vote excluded the trend looks like this Gift to be museum piece Mr K misses boat INDIANAPOLIS Ind UP The president of a firm which built a jet boat for President Eisenhower to give to Nikita S Khrushchev said Thursday the Russian premier may have missed the boat literally when he torpedoed the sum mit conference The boat an 18foot jet cruiser bearing a silver plaque To Nikita S Khrushchev from Dwight D Eisen hower was loaded into an Air Force plane about four weeks ago and taken to Washington It was to be flown to Moscow before Eisenhowers arrival there on a trip cancelled when Khrushchev bluntly told the President he was not welcome John Buehler president of the firm said he would like to have it back for a museum piece if it is not gone beyond re call The boat operates by water propulsion Im behindthe President 100 per cent Bueller said of Eisenhowers refusal to apologize to Khrushchev for the spy plane incident Pulling a stunt like Khrushchev pulled in Paris puts the whole Russian people up a creek and without a boat too I might add So far as Im concerned Khrushchev really missed the boat this time We are glad in a way he didnt get it This way The Rus sians wont be able to say next month they invented the thing ews in a utshell Nixon Ken nedy 478 490 497 518 531 Oct 1959 522 Jan 1960 510 March 1960 503 April 1960 482 TODAY 469 From the above it can be seen that over the last seven months sentiment for Nixon has steadily decreased on the other hand that for Kennedy has just as steadily increased Since Oc tober 1959 Kennedy has regis tered a 53 per cent gain In contrast Vice President Nixon has registered a 53 per cent loss On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 789 Latest Markets 12 Mason City News 1213 Clear Lake News 17 News 1920 North Iowa News 21 Comics22 FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES TOKYO The lower house of the Japanese Diet has ratified the controversial JapanUS security treaty The treaty now goes to the upper house for a vote which is considered little more than a for mality NEW YORK John D Rockefeller Jr who died May 11 divided the bulk of his estate equally between his widow and the Rock efeller Fund Inc NEW YORK There have been some tourist cancellations of trips to the Soviet Union be cause of events in Paris but other tourists are adopting a waitandsee attitude according to a survey ANKARA New demonstrations broke out against the government of Premier Menderes where 2000 students gathered at the mausoleum of Kemal Ataturk to shout for freedom PARIS Allied offi cials report they plan to erase some curbs on West German rearmament in view of the summit con ference breakdown ASKS ASYLUM LONDON member if a Soviet cultural delegation isiling Scotland hnr asked or political asylum the British gov ernment announced Thursday North Iowa Mostly cloudy with chance of locally heavy thun dershowers Thursday night lows 5258 Decreasing cloudi ness Friday but showers con tinuing east portion Shiftin winds and turning cooler Fri day highs 5665 Iowa Mostly cloudy with show ers and thunderstorms Thurs day night and extreme easl Friday Partly cloudy west and central Friday Northerly winds and cooler west day night and over state Fri day Lows Thursday night 40s in west to 50s east Highs Fri day 50s northwest to 60s south east Further Outlook Gener ally fair and warmer Satur day Minnesota Cloudy showers High Friday 5565 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 62 55 85 65 49 Presbyterians elect Turner CLEVELAND UPI The lev Herman Lee Turner new yelected moderator of the United Presbyterian Church in he U S A Thursday began vorking toward desegregation he Rev Turner 69 Atlanta Ja was elected presiding offi cr of the church in a close ote He defeated he Rev cllcr V Hawkins Negro pastor f St Augustine Church New York by two votes 471469 Recovery is attempted FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAMBRIDGE Mass The Smithsonian Astrophysical Ob servatory Thursday said there is no question that Russias latest space satellite has been separated into perhaps four parts A spokesman said report rom two moonwatch teams ndicate the orbit and the num ber of parts have changed THE OFFICIAL Soviet news agency Tass said earlier every thing aboard the spacecraft pu n orbit Sunday was working normally and the commanc will be given from earth short y to start the descent Maj Gen John B Medaris ormer commanding general of he U S Army ordnance missile command said in Chicago Im not one least bit sure that the Russians have just a dummy in t as they claim It would not make sense Medaris said for Russia to pu up a satellite of sufficient weigh and space to carry a man with out trying to have a man in i or without trying to bring the vehicle back to earth intact MELVIN V LANDON a phys ics professor at Nasson College Springvale Maine even report ed he had heard the scramble voice of a man aboard the Russian spaceship He said the voice sounded like Donalc Duck with a sore throat The theory has been advancec that Russia would not announce its satellite was manned unless it was able to recover the space man alive Supporters of this thesis point to the adverse prop aganda that resulted when the dog Laika died aboard Sputnik II in 1958 But Soviet rocket expert Ari Sternfeld said in Moscow the current satellite was designed to study the conditions neces sary for the solution of the re covery problem He said that when the dummys place in he cabin of the spaceship is taken by a man the first flight will not last more than a few hours SAME both UNITED NATIONS NY Soviet Foreign Minister Andre A Gromyko is due here Friday night to take personal command in pressing Soviet charges on American spy flights over the Soviet Union Soviet delegate Arkady A So bolev told newsmen that Gromy ko sent advanced word of his arrival from Paris The Soviel ambassador said the Soviet Union would submit a resolution at the first meeting of the Secur ity Council IN REQUESTING the meet ing Gromyko demanded that the 11nation council take meas ures to stop the spy flights He cabled the request from Paris Wednesday night after the sum mit conference broke down The dour Communist diplomat is a veteran of cold war wrangling at the UN The Russians charged the U S Air Force with aggressive flights against the Soviet Union creating a threat to universal peace Sobolev met with UN Sec retary General Dag Hammar ikjold and said his delegation lad not yet set a specific date or the council session But in any event the Russians got the jump on a US proposal for in ernational aerial inspection against surprise attack A COUNCIL delegate said the Russians wanted the meeting Friday or Saturday obviously o hold the propaganda stage without competition from the open skies proposal President lisenhower said the United tates would submit to the UN But it appeared unlikely a meet ng would be arranged before Monday Diplomats privately expressed doubt that the Soviet Union could get the seven votes needed 0 push a resolution condemning he United States through the council Only Poland is ex pected to join Russia in voting or the resolution There was speculation the other nine mem bers would either vote against t or abstain These nine are Britain France Nationalist China Argentina Ceylon Ecua SLOPPY SPRING AP Photofax The Midwest may be having more than its share of rain but matters could be worse Take Salt Lake City for example Here down town traffic is lost in a maze of snowflakes as the Wasatch Mountains metropolis finds itself in one of the wettest and snowiest springs on record NEW YORK W Five disc jockeys and two other radio station employes were arrested Thursday after being named in grand jury informations charging commercial bribery a mis demeanor Dist Atty Frank S Hogan announced Those arrested Alan Freed Peter Tripp Tommy Smalls Harold B Jackson and Jack Walker all disc jockeys and Mel Leeds a program and Joseph Saccone former radio station librarian Hogan said the informations charged that the seven defend ants and the eighth man not yet arrested took graft pay ments commonly known as pay ies affirmed FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES President Eisenhower and So viet Premier Khrushchev he main antagonists in a diplomatic battle that made a shambles of the summit conference flew their separate from Paris Thursday leaving EastWest tension at a new high Eisenhower flew off to a roar ing welcome in Portugal ex pressing confidence that the col lapse of the conference had welded the Western alliance even closer together in the quest for a joint peace Khrushchev jetted to Red East Germany He also got a big re ception EISENHOWER SAID wrecking of the conference means we must tighten our belts keep our chins up and work harder for peace with jus tice and freedom He spoke informally shortly after receiving a rousing heart warming welcome from 250000 staunchly antiCommunist Por tuguese on arrival here for an overnight stop There is no reason to be dis mayed or disheartened We have iad these conditions before in dealing with the Soviets he Minnesotas fasttime to dor Italy Tunisia United States and the ST PAUL UPI At 2 am Sunday Minnesota will go on daylight saving time The permanent daylight sav ing time bill will get its first full test this year The 1959 Legislature passed the measure during an extra session the state was so confused that different levels of the Capitol building were using different times Minnesotas threemonth fast time period is the shortest in the nation running from the fourth Sunday in May to the day after Labor Day Crowds showered the presi dential procession with confetti rom office windows and bal conies Skyrockets exploded all along the line of march from the airport to Downtown Lisbon Cannons boomed a 21gun salute Eisenhower looked tired But despite the gloomy prospects in an anxious vorld the President jgrinned broadly and waved his ola from recording companies in rcpjy to the cheers of the and record distributors in sideration for playing records on radio station programs AT WASHINGTON the White Hogan said Freed had playcdjHouse said Democratic as well a record at least nine times durjas Republican members of Con ing one program for which heigress have indicated they will had received payola Freed out Friday to welcome Eis ceived royalties of cent onienhower home Acting Press every copy sold of two recordsSecretary Wayne said he Candles1 r s Eisenhower and Vice and I Wonder Why President Nixon also would be Freed sometimes called thejpresent for the big bipartisan father of rock n roll wasjwelcome charged with 26 counts in two The President is expected to informations He was accusedjiand at Andrews Air Force Base of accepting 510000 from a nearby Maryland at 1 pm cording company in 1958 and to return to the White with taking bribes of by motorcade The Wash from six other companies 1958 and 1959 LISBON HAILS IKE President Ei senhower responds to cheers of Portu guese crowds at Lisbon on his way from AI Photofax the airport after a flight from Paris One of the jrrcetcrs holds aloft a I Like Ike ington Board of Trade is whip ping up a citizens rally to be at Lafayette Square across the street from the White House Meanwhile hundreds of thou sands of East Berliners leased from factories offices and schools cheered and waved to Khrushchev on his 25 mile trip from East Berlins airport to the residence of East German President Wilhelm Pieck West Berliners who had seen Khrusb on four previous visits jsaid the reception was the big jgest he ever has had in Berlin i Khrushchev made no new jthreats against West Berlin but said he was going to talk the j Berlin problem over with East German Communist leaders But looking serious the So viet Premier returned to the at tack on the United States in an airport speech He declared circles that wanted to apply the law of the jungle had regained the upper hand in the United States Chester decides to give up TV role HOLLYWOOD Dil Ion will have another sidekick after next season on the Gun smokfi TV series Chester is quitting Im very fond of Ches jter but Ive gone about as far as I can go with him in develop ment said Dennis Weaver who plays Marshal Dillons assistant Ho told CBS Wednesday that hell look for His own show   

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