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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 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 Fall Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 2 1960 t 7o a Copy Paper Toor No 201 Disaster aid appreciated Yanks are heroes to Chileans SANTIAGO Chile UP A huge American mercy airlift for the d i s a s t e r stricken people of Chile wound up Wednesday with a harvest of good will for the United States More than 900 tons of food clothing blankets and two complete hospitals were flown here in six days aboard US Air Force planes All this has touched Chileans still in shock from the loss of several thousand fellow coun trymen to earthquakes and tidal waves Property dam age is estimated at nearly a billion dollars In addition to diplomatic benefits for the US govern ment Americans are receiv ing warm and personal thanks from ordinary people The US military men and women are heroes here A soldier having his shoes shined at the airport is quick ly surrounded by a dozen people who just stand and watch Army doctors and nurses are stopped in the street by Chileans expressing thanks A pilot cant pay for a drink in a bar If I accept half the drinks the Chileans want to buy me I couldnt stand up one Air Force crewman said An Army nurse related These people stop us in the streets sometimes with tears in their eyes They tell us how much they appreciate our coming here They ask me if they can do anything for anything at all Another nurse said she asked her hotel clerk where to buy stamps Before I had hardly finished asking she said two Chileans were running to the post office to buy them for me We cant take a stroll around the city without col lecting a crowd a doctor said Someone speaks to us in broken English and says Thank you and the rest nod their heads A government offical said he believes the mammoth U S aid has dealt a serious blow to the sizable Chilean Com munist party A diplomat from another South Ameri can nation called the airlift not only a great humanitar ian act but the smartest diplo matic move the United States has made in Latin America in years of en to spy plane flights Poll shows Nixon over Symington 55 per cent of voters support vice president By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J Results of the latest trial heat of voter preference show Vice President Nixon holding a substantial lead over Sen Stuart Symington who was endorsed by his fellow Mis sourian formerPresident Harry S Truman Nixon holds an impressive fourtothree margin over the senator from Missouri in todays test of strength between the two men This is the way the poll sees it at this time Nixon 55 Symington 43 Undecided 2 EXCLUDING THE undecided vote the figures become Nixon 561 Symington 439 As reported in recent surveys Nixon also held an edge over Adlai Stevenson But Nixon trailed Sen John Kennedy in the latest report of a trial heat test between the two men New reports on Nixons strength against both Kennedy and Stev enson will be published shortly Todays split in sentiment among and Independents is worthy of particular mention For in stance Nixon has more than nine out of every 10 Republicans in his camp whereas Symington has a little better than three out of every four Democrats in his Survey findings also show that Nixon outpolls Sen Symington among rank and file Independ ents by a margin of about 12 to 7 HERES HOW Democrats Re publicans and Independents voted in todays survey TENTH MAN COUNTED OUT AP Photofax Actors and New Yorks curious throng Shubert Alley outside the Booth Theater as a blackout of all Broadway shows seems certain The cast of 17 stayed away carry ing out a union threat to close one theater a day un til salary and pension demands are met Producers retaliated by announcing the closing of all 22 Broad way houses starting Thursday night Republicans Democrats Independents Nixon Sym XJnd ington K8 5X 14 217 18 619 34I 32 Todays findings become all the more meaningful when com pared with the latest findings of a NixonKennedy trial heat survey which showed Kennedy 525 per cent Nixon 466 per cent Undecided 9 per cent and a NixonStevenson trial heat survey which showed Nixon 546 per cent Stevenson 445 per cent Undecided 09 per cent When the political party breakdowns for Kennedy Stev enson and Symington are com pared when each is run against Republican Nixon we find Rcpuhllcani Independent Syntlng SUv Ken tnn enson nedy Ii8 fil 10 7BS 777 31fl 354 From the above it can be seen that Kennedy runs better than cither Symington or Stev enson against Nixon in each of the three big political groups ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Mamie Eisenhower is re sponding well to treat ment for acute asthmatic bronchitis but will be un able to accompany the President to his class re union at West Point this weekend WASHINGTON House voted to let the Internal Revenue Serv ice hire 2000 new tax agents in hopes of col lecting an extra mil lion a year from reluc tant taxpayers DES MOINES than 28000 lowans re ceived points for traffic violations during the first months of this year WASHINGTON TJ S Court of Appeals set asidetan order of US Dist Judge F Dickinson Letts firing Lawrence T Smith as a monitor of the Teamsters Union The court held Judge Letts followed the wrong pro cedures in removing Smith ANKARA Turkey Discovery of mass graves of students who touched off the Turkish revolu tion raised the odds that ousted Premier Mencleres and some of his aides will face the death penalty Gow auto both on losing end Han sen son of Mrs Harry Han sen reported running into a cow the other evening about oclock He said the im pact resulted in damage to his front fender and head light After being hit the cow got up and ran away leaving seven inches of its tail behind Recover body of Wapello teenager WAPELLO body of Kenneth John Foster 14 was recovered from a waterfilled gravel pit near here Thursday Authorities said the boy son of Mr and Mrs Charles Foster who farm near Wapello dis appeared Tuesday night His clothes and bicycle were found near the gravel pit Wednesday and the water was dragged un til the body was found Retired Presbyterian church leader dies FORT DODGE UBDr W 0 Harless 80 retired Presbyter ian minister and church official died at the Friendship Haven Home Wednesday evening after suffering a heart attack Dr Harless served 14 years as ex ecutive of the Presbyterian Syn od of Iowa prior to his retire ment in 1950 Subject never did come up WASHINGTON of Defense Thomas S Gates Jr testified Thursday that so far as he knows there was never any discussion in the administration of suspending spy plane flights over the Soviet Union as the date for the Paris summit con ference approached In a closeddoor session with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Gates also 1 Related that toplevel ad ministration officials u n a n i mously felt that President Eisen hower should take responsibility for the spy flights after Soviet Premier N i k i t a Khrushchev made a great issue of the down ing of a spy plane May 1 and torpedoed the summit meeting on that basis 2 DEFENDED spiritedly the military alert he issued from Paris as the summit session was collapsing Gates argued it was proper prudent and ab solutely essential 3 Disclosed the U2 flights over the Soviet Union had pro duced a wide range of vital nformation including loca tions of missiles and planes and submarine and atomic produc tion While Gates testified in a sec ret session a censored tran script of his testimony was given to newsmen The committee is inquiring into US policy in relation to the summit meeting There have been contentions from some cri GARDEN IN THE STREET Florist Armand Pavetti Jeannette Pa waters a flower garden that he planted in a tornup business street in his western Pennsylvania town Merchants have AP Photofax oys 14 and 12 steal plane crash to their deaths POMONA Calif Iff Two young brothers who had read a book on how to fly stole a plane Thursday and flew it for 10 minutes Then they crashed to their deaths in a screaming power dive Their small brown dog was killed with them The singleengine plane ex ploded and burned on impact It just missed a group of houses plunging straight into the ground at a school Only three weeks ago po lice said the youngsters tried to steal an airplane at the same field from which they took off just after midnight Wednesday They said then they would d i e trying to fly The victims were James A McDonald 14 and Thomas 12 Police Lt D F Archer said the boy at the planes controls apparently gunned it wide open as it nosed to ward the ground A witness said it sounded as though the engine sputtered just before the fatal dive Police could not determine who was at the controls The boys were listed as run aways by their father on Tues day On their earlier flying at House group votes ban of some color additives WASHINGTON UPI The House Commerce committee tics of the administration that Thursday approved a bill that the spy flights should have beenAvouid forbid use of cancerin SAME suspended that Gates erred in issuing his alert at a time of tension in Paris and that Eisen hower should never have accept ed personally responsibility for the spy flights CHAIRMAN WILLIAM Ful bright DArk of the Senate committee has for one called it unprecedented for the head of a state to assume responsibility for spying activities Gates related that a meeting of high officials May 9 approved a statement later made by the iducing chemicals to color foods and cosmetics Members reported that in a closeddoor session the commit tee voted in favor of a color ad how small is harmful in any ditives bill that lowed the lines generally fol recommended by Arthur S Flemming secre tary of health Aged Waukon man victim of crash MISSOURI VALLEY President which indicated Uaijamin W Kellison 79 retired Under a recent interpretation of present law a coal tar color cannot be used at all in foods and cosmetics if any amount of it no matter deemed to be way The committee action would authorize Flemmings office to set up tolerances for the use of such chemicals which it de cided were safe in small amounts A similar provision known as the Delaney Amendment now applies to noncoal tar col ors and to chemicals added to foods for other purposes than to color them It was under this provision that Flemming acted spying would continue I Waukon policeman was killed The meeting was in the in a twocar crash onj of Secretary of State Christian Highway 30 A Herter Gates said Also pres ent were Undersecretary of fense James H Douglas Underi secretary of State C Douglas Dillon Charles E Bohlen State Department Russian expert Gates said Was the question of whether j or not it was wise for the presi dent to take responsibility dis cussed at the meeting Ful bright asked Yes sir Gates replied Q Was the meeting unani mous A I believe it was Nikitas charge denied Blunt reply to statement FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The White House Thursday challenged So viet Premier Khrushchevs statement blaming President Eisenhower for failure of the two men to meet privately io Paris last month Khrushchev said in an inter view Wednesday that he told British Prime Minister Harold jMacmillan he was prepared to i meet Eisenhower if the Presi dent showed any interest in such a meeting News Secretary James Hager ty said Thursday the President had offered to meet with the Russian leader and all Mr Khrushchev had to do then and there was to accept THE STATEMENT came mo menfe after a letter from Khrushchev was delivered to four Democratic leaders Ha charged that the present U S government follows a doctrine of aggression and provocation which was not created by the American people Khrushchev wrote that the So viet Union will carry forward with a policy of peaceful coexis tence The present government of the U S A unfortuantely has shown that it seeks not to im prove the relations between our two countries but to destroy those positive results which were achieved in SovietAmer ican relations within the last year and especially as a re sult of our meeting and talks with President Eisenhower dur ing my visit to the United States last September he wrote THE PREMIERS letter dated May 30 was made public by Senate Democratic Leader Lyn don B Johnson of Texas one of the Democratic leaders who wrote him just as the summit conference was collapsing in Paris May 16 Johnson told the Senate in making public the letter that the airport six miles from the regarded it as an arrogant crash location said private I denial of the facts planes left at the field usually The Senator noted Khrush are kept filled with fuel An chev in the letter renewed his ignition key is generally recharge that the United States quired to start the engine he had torpedoed the summit meet said but the brothers had inS Johnson said this statement came from a man who walked out of Paris after refusing to negotiate on the basic issues of war and peace 350000 lowans may vote Monday DES MOINES tary of State Melvin Synhorst has predicted that about 350000 lowans will go to the polls in Mondays primary election Iowa Fair and pleasant through That would be the biggest pri Friday Lows Thursday night mary election turnout since the 5057 Highs Friday 7783 Fur4i8000 persons voted in the 1952 ther to partlyjprimary cloudy and mild Saturday Synhorst credited interest in issues such as reapportionment Minnesota Mostly fair strong contests in various planted such plots smackdab in the middle of the thoroughfares in protest against delays in completing a widen ing and repaying project tempt they were caught by deputies as they taxied a light plane down the runway at Cable Air Field in nearby Claremont Juvenile authori ties handled the matter One boy said then he had read a book of flying instruc tions Walter Cable operator of started the plane on their earlier attempt by shortcir cuiting the ignition system ers in south Highs Friday 701 to 80 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday year against cranberries j containing aminotriazole andl poultry treated by stilbestrol Maximum Minimum At 8 am JYEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 48 68 72 52 Poll in Eastern Iowa shows Nicholas leads 3way race On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 North Iowa News 8 Comics 10 Clear Lake News 13 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets IS Sports 1718 Supporters backing the bid of William II Nicholas for the Republican nomination for governor released the results of a poll which has the Clear Lake former lieutenant gov ernor leading in the threeway race Donald B Running D e s Moines Nicholas campaign manager said unlike some other polls it tells where it was taken who did it and who was asked to answer the ques tions The poll taken in Eastern Linn County and Western Jones County by Harry New lin gave Nicholas 72 per cent of the vote His opponents Atty Gen Norman Erbe and State Sen Jack Schroeder re ceived 19 and 11 per cent re spectively Running said Newlin told him This is no monkey busi ness I personally took this poll and will vouch for it He said he talked to bankers barbers farmers and trades men Running said the poll was a natural result of Nicholas upturn in strength throughout the state He added if the friends of Mr Nicholas go to the polls and vote June 6 we are confident of his nomina tion by a sweeping majority At Lenox Nicholas con tinued his attack on the ex pressed tax programs of his two young opponents He said their extravagant prom ises can be kept only with taxes taken from your pock ets But both Erbc and Schroeder have said they will not advocate any tax hikes state and national races with stirring up the voters for the June 6 voting Republicans are expected to least most of the votes Synhorst jsaid he expected about 250000 Republicans to vote compared with 100000 Democratic votes About 293000 votes were cast during the 1958 primary Mate dies after his wifes body is found CLINTON UPI A tavern operator here collapsed and died of a heart attack Thursday a few moments after the body of his wife was found in the burned out ruins of their small home Firemen said the small home at the rear of the tavern was a mass of flames when they arrived on the scene Mrs Smith apparently was trapped inside the dwelling Bank discount rate cut authorized WASHINGTON UPI The Federal Reserve Board confi dent that businessmen and con sumers no longer are plagued by inflation psychology Thurs day uthorizcrl a cut in the bank discount rate from the present 4 per cent to per cent   

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