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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International FuB Lease Wires that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 6 I960 neighbors 7c Copy Papr Consists of Four Ooo No 204 Tern One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 113001 pm Sunday WOI AMES 640 pm Tuesday WTAD Qnincy 930 pm Thars WStJI towa City am Sat The night they burned the mountain7 ON THOSE OCCASIONS when I feel a little sour toward my fellowman Ive found it an effective antidote to haul out a copy of either one of two Tom Dooley books Ive kept con veniently at hand on my read ing table One of these is titled Deliv er Us From Evil and the other one is called The Edge of To morrow Theyre the running story of a young American doc tor who has devoted his profes sional career to a mission of mercy at the jumping off place of civilization first Vietnam then Laos Now theres a third book by that same unbelievable young man Its called The Night They Burned the Mountain and its recently off the Farrar Straus and Cudahy Press pub lisher of the first two of the trilogy Would that the three but particularly this last volume of just about 200 pages could be made required reading for the chap who not long ago did a completely snide piece about Dr Dooley in a nationally cir culated magazine By implication and innuendo and rumor wholly without at tribution it was made to ap pear that maybe Dr Dooley may not be all that he is cracked up to be that maybe hes just feeding his overde veloped ego Theres even a hint that hes something of the playboy type CONDITIONS FACING TOM Dooley in his clinical and surgi cal activities in the northern most reaches of Laos within sight of Red China are com parable in their primitive char acteristics with those known to Dr Albert Schweitzer who incidentally is Dooleys idol and model To say or to suggest that Tom Dooley either before or after his lung cancer operation last summer went to what usec to be Indochina for a good time is in a class with saying that Dr Schweitzer was seeking life of comfort and ease when he left an assured future in Europe for a career in French Equatorial Africa Having got that out of my system suppose we move on to a review of this third Dooley book It starts with the forma tion of MEDICO which stands for Medical International Co Opcration Organization and ends with a lung cancer opera tion which has given Tom Doo ley at least a year of life which might not have been his except for the wonders of modern surgery IN AN EARLY CHAPTER Tom Dooley makes clear pre cisely what MEDICO is and is not supposed to do We are not he states try ing to replace any already ex isting programs in the field of health We feel that the World Health Organization and the In ternational Cooperation Ad ministration of our govern ments foreign aid program are doing excellent jobs in pre ventive medicine What we wish to do is a job in simple therapeu tic medicine The MEDICO concept he pointed out is a blend of three We have taken some of the philosophy of Dr Schweitzer who believes that man belongs to man that man has claims on man and we have given it to days accent We feel hat man Continued on Page 2 i North Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday Lows Mon day night 46 to 53 Warmer Tuesday highs 75 to 81 Iowa Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday generally warmer Tuesday Lows Mon day night upper 40s northeast to mid 50s southwest Highs Tuesday 75 to 84 Partly cloudy and mild Wednesday chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms west FiveDay Iowa Temperatures through Saturday will aver age 3 to 5 degrees below nor mal with highs averaging 72 to 77 Lows will average 50 to 55 It will be cool and dry during the first part of the period with rising tempera tures and scattered showers toward the end of the period Precipitation should average 25 to 50 inches Minnesota Variable cloudiness through Tuesday highs 6575 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 73 Minimum 46 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 78 Minimum 46 ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CALCUTTA India Panchen Lama Commu nist Chinas puppet ruler of Tibet now on the outs with Peiping reportedly is fleeing for his life to ward India He succeed ed his cousin Dalai Lama when the god king sneaked out of the country last year SANTIAGO Chile powerful earthquake has rocked already devas tated Southern Chile again It fortunately was centered in a sparsely populated area TOKYO The Social ist bloc in Parliament has formally approved its mass resignation in a pressure move aimed at ousting Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi and washing out President Eisenhowers visit to Japan SAN BERNARDINO R Pigg and James D Hogg met on a highway near here Hogg left with a traffic cita tion from Pigg a patrol man TAIPEI Formosa Communist Chinese ar tjllery shelled the Que moy Islands Sunday for the second consecutive day BOSTON W Ackman Cambridge a Mississippiborn lawyer has been named presi dent of the Mother Church the First Church of Christ Scientist He succeeds K a t h r y n F Cook Boston On the inside Society News Pages 67 Editorials 1C News Quiz 11 North Iowa News 14 Sports 1517 Mason City News 2021 Latest Markets 21 Clear Lake News23 Turnout si nee 3 Voting was heavy in Mason City Monday in the primary election By 2 pm the city voters had rolled up a 1631 total compared with 1123 two years ago and the previous postwar high of 1529 in 1952 Heaviest primary vote was in 1938 when 3514 voted The polls remain open until 8 pm and early voting would in dicate that a record number of Mason Citys 15000 registered voters would cast their ballots BESIDES THE contests for state and local offices there is a school election with special paper ballots Permission is be ing asked by the school board to use of the 2V2 mill school building levy to finance an addition to Madison School If permission is granted no bond issue mil be necessary The vote by precincts at about 2 pm in 1958 and 1960 was as follows Prec IP 1W 2P 1W IP 2W IP 2W IP 3W 2P 3W IP 4W 2P 4W 1958 83 163 212 99 227 100 188 51 1960 141 222 258 106 284 134 252 234 1123 1631 The turnout in many places across Iowa was light during the early hours but by early after noon there appeared signs of a groundswell that could put the total vote close to earlier esti mates of would be the highest since 1952 Many Iowa cities reported the number of votes cast in the first few hours after the polls opened was below the 1958 primary turnout although local races at tracted many voters in some areas Council Bluffs reported near ly twice as many early votes as were cast in the 1958 primary The state total was 293000 that year Epithets blasted by Ike 2nd slam at Nikita WEST POINT ALUMNI MARCH President Eisen hower marches with other members of his famed class of 1915 duringa reunion at West Point Mili tary Academy With him are classmates left to AP Photofax Gen James VanFleet Brig Gen F W Boye and Lt Gen T V Larkin Massed cadets watch as the old grads hike by By EARL MAZO New York Herald Tribune News Service the nom inating conventions drawing near presidential primaries are making way for draft move ments as a center of political interest Efforts of one kind or another are in the works for four poten tial draftees Republican Estenssoro wins Bolivia election LA PAZ Bolivia W Victor Paz Estenssoro who national ized Bolivias huge tin industry in 1952 rode back into the pres idency Monday on an over whelming vote ABOUT 1500 persons had The 52yearold political vet voted shortly before noon in eran led the ruhns Council Bluffs compared to 870lcan Natlonallst Revolutionary during the years ago same period two Election officials said the heavy turnout apparent ly was the result of several close races for local offices Mason Citys precincts re ported turnouts ranging from light to moderate At Dubuque officials said the vote was very light Similar reports were made at Sioux City Burlington Ottumwa and Mus catine THE MORNING vote at Car roll was slightly below the 1958 primary pace but equal to the 1956 turnout Ottumwa Muscatine and Bur lington however are on Day light Sayings Time which in effect opens the polls an hour later as the polls operate on Standard Time Officials said this kept many persons from voting on their way to work Movement MNR to a landslide victory against three challen gers Outgoing President Hernan Siles Zuazo succeeded Paz Es tenssoro as president when the latter was unable under Bolivian law to seek reelection in 1956 Nelson A Rockefeller and Dem ocrats Adlai E Stevenson Lyn ticalities of political life weigh heavily against any draft at don B Johnson and Chestenthe Democratic and Republican Bowles Gov Rockefeller Stevenson and Rep Bowles continue to say conventions Still it is foolhardy to consider anythingimpossible in the tense that they are not active candiimoments of decision when the dates for their party nominaiconventions choose their stand tions Sen Johnson admits he is quite active But he has not yet admitted he is a candidate ONLY ONE nominee for Pres ard bearers This is especially so because high powered elec tioneering operations strangely resemble campaigns while vigorously stirring interest in ident in 130 years of party conbehalf of the potential ventions was the product of ajtees genuine draft Horatio Seymour a New York governor was plucked from the Democratic It is noteworthy that promot ers of both the Republican and Democratic drafts are bank convention chairmanship jp 1868 h u on reaction to the Gen Ulysses S Grant the Re1 b publican nominee beat him in the general elections This year as before both his torical precedence and the prac Last three on Tuesday Summit Conference failure Gov Rockefeller talks of cir cumstances THAT COVERS a wide range of unforseeable eventualities be tween now and convention time and also Sen Stuart Symington an open hard campaigning candidate is to create a deadlock Their first chore in to SOUTH BEND Ind Iffl President Eisenhower clearly jabbing again at Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev spoke out Sunday against worid leaders who brandish angry epithets slogans and satellites Addressing a crowd of about 7000 at the University of Notre Dame commencement exercises i the President thus struck back jat the Kremlin leader for the second time within 24 hours After receiving an honorary doctor of laws degree Eisen hower deplored leaders who hurl angry epithets as the enemies of human dignity He did not mention Khrushchev by name SATURDAY NIGHT in a talk at West Point N Y the Presi dent did name Khrushchev and said his excuses and illtem pered expressions had mads the Western Alliance stronger than ever The two occasions marked the Presidents first public notice of Khrushchevs campaign of vili fication against him Eisenhower almost certainly had Khrushchev in mind in say ing Sunday The enemies of human dignity lurk in a thou sand places in governments that have become spiritual wastelands and in leaders that brandish angry epithets slogans and satellites BUT EISENHOWER at tha same time cautioned that free dom in this country can be im P Kennedy by denying him an periled where peoples wor r NO fih shipping material success ziavs 01 emptied of idealism early ballot nomination that the survivors would go ati jHe said further Peace witli i justice cannot be attained by UMme wuuu peopies where opulence has each other But Sen dif ike Nixon is m good shape dei has supplanted moral legatewise His intimates haver roJ ncVliiK land political responsibility The President urged Ameri high hopes of a first ballot nomii nation although they admit firm first ballot Kennedy pledges cas into may be short about 150 of and sald the able have a 761 votes needed when the rolliresppnsibility to accept govern call begins at Los Angeles THE CONTINUING and great mcnt policy positions Neglect of our civic respon sibilities he said will be a ly improved status of Nixon andjgreatcr danger to a free Ameri Kennedy as front runners of ca tnan any foreign threat can their respective parties stems to ever posc but an enlightened an extent from their showing injdcciicatecl people studiously and the primaries In Sen Kenenergetically performing their nedys case it was all political duties will insure us la future of everrising standards XT WASHINGTON ffl The last circumstancesThus barring a Both are leaders of he MNR three presidential primaries catastrophe for Mr no vf 17 urn inn n fi e ml AH UU i nin r in July There was a minimum of com0f spiritual cultural and ma Vice President Nixon already petition and a maximum of terial strength has more than enough legally committed delegate votes A double check this week showed a hardcore of at least 850 and probably more than 1000 of the Republican convention 1331 delegates would stick with him under almost any imaginable psychological malarkey in the presidential primary circuit thatj SKETCHING THE atomic aga began 12 weeks ago Gov Rockefeller from the Republican campaigned his audience in December leaving Nixon to ing the lives of all of us today problems which confront new graduates Eisenhower demonstrate his prowess as know that in the dimly lit vote getter by matching hisregions behind the Iron Curtain totals with President EisenhowjMO million people are denied tha ers of 1956 or Sen Kenncdysjuncountable blessings of prog SAME UOWA SAFETY OEPABTMENT FIGURES Machinistsstrike hits rocket bases SAN DIEGO Calif Atlas missile plant was picketed Monday in a work stoppage that accompanied a strike at Atlas firing bases from California to Florida by the International Assn of Ma chinists Police were on guard against any violence The dispute is with Convair Division of General Dynamics Corp and also covers local aircraft plants of Convair which make Air Force F102 and F106 jet interceptor pianos and commercial jet airliners and a plant at Po mona which makes Navy Ter rier and Tarter missiles The dispute is over wages and other benefits Convairs last offer was an 11cent hour ly wage increase and a 3cent costofliving raise which would be incorporated in the permanent wage The spokesman said the Convair installation at War ren Air Force Base Wyo Offutt AFB Neb and Cape Canaveral Fla also were be ing picketed by striking cm An Air Force spokesman said warrcadincss at Van dcnbcrg AFB Calif the na tions only operational inter national intercontinental bal listic missile base will be maintained despite the walk out party which has ruled sincejthe 1960 preconvention paign take place Tuesday inprying loose a 666 vote majority Only New York California and Soulhfor his seems qujte f0rphrey and Wayne Morse addedstructive power Dakota jmidable even with the New contest against Sen Kennedy This is no tii Rockefeller task of Democratic vote ress in freedom and compelled Hubert H Humto develop vast means of de Sens None of the aspirants for the Democratic presidential nomina tion will pick up any pledged delegates in the final primaries But Sen John F Kennedy of Massachusetts now leading with an unofficial total of 348 conven tion votes is conceded heavy reserve strength in New York and California Nomination re quires 761 votes IN WEEKEND developments Kennedy picked up another votes in a poll of Nebraskas delegates New Mexico picked a 17vote delegation expected to add to the total of both Kennedy and Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas but the division has not been determined Vice President Richard M Nixon gained full delegations in Hawaii Colorado and Washing ton to boost his unofficial dele gate total beyond the 800 mark with only 666 required for the GOP presidential nomination THE TALLY OF Democratic delegate votes based on pri mary results stale convention actions and Associated Press polls of firstballot preferences of uncommitted delegates now shows the following Kennedy 348 Johnson Sen Stuart Symington of Mis souri Sen Hubert H Hum phrey of Minnesota Adlni E Stevenson others 176 uncommitted 290 This adds up to 1101 voles of Ihe 1521 tola in the nalional convention York Slate block of 96 votes as a nucleus On the Democratic side the big hope and aim of wouldbe time to whimper He disposed of them handily set J complain or fret about helping records for Democratic prijother peoples if we really in mary votes in several places and tend that freedom shall emerga claimed his party championship triumphant over tyranny A BIG DAY FOR POP Retired Army Warrant Officer Noel Holsman wears the uniform of the day a cap and tfown at Lewis and Clark College Portland Ore He is 55 and received his degree in AP history With him are his adopted chil dren Maxine 17 Edward and Catherine 11 whom he met and adopted while serving in Korea
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