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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 8, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tha Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE PJS VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Fun Wires The newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 8 1960 neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Consists of TOUT Ona No 2M I Office of I President a busy one A battery of machines help the 20 girls By JANE ROUNDDANCE WASHINGTON Behind the scenes in the home of the Presi dent of the United States is one of the worlds most important offices handling vital docu ments and letters that affect millions of lives and the very course of history itself The preparation of these doc uments along with daytoday letter writing general office procedures and news distribu tion is a job that demands the utmost efficiency and speed from both men and machines Accordingly the White House employs some of the worlds most modern equipment and in novations to process the multi tude of items flowing across its desks While letters are dictated and typed in the routine fashion electric typewriters are the rule rather than the ex ception many new and some times unusual pieces of equip ment are also used AMONG RECENT timesavers is a machine for making extra copies of documents letters charts or other printed or writ ten items in a few seconds saving hours of manual duplica tion The mailroom has a letter opening machine to ease han dling of the thousands of pieces of mail coming in every day but so have a lot of government and business offices Very few however have the one unique item of equipment which the White House owns a fluoroscopic device to inspect packages which arrive in the mail to guard against bombs or any other threat to the Pres idents safety About 20 women rangingfrom 18 years old to middleage make up the corps of stenographers and typists in the White House office wing Each assigned to a special Presidential Assistant or other Aide with six girls in Press Secretary James C Hag ertys office THERE ARE ABOUT 20 other typists and stenographers in the correspondence section in the Executive Office Building next door to the White House Under the direction of t h e chief of the section they handle routine answers to routine let ters always sending a type written personalized individual letter and never a printed or mimeographed form At the other end of the secre tarial spectrum with hardly a dull life is Ann Whitman President Eisenhowers person al secretary Mrs Whitman takes the Chief Executives dictation of letters to world leaders and speeches on crucial issues But apart from this exciting aspect and the hard work long hours and widespread travel that go with it she works just like most oth er bosses secretaries on per sonal pencil sten ographers notebook and type writer Official letters have a more complicated course IN ALL CASES they are drafted by officials in the gov ernment departments involved or by White House aides They dictate to their own secretaries present a draft to the President and he approves it or changes it Then they work up a polished copy bring it orJiave it sent to the President to sign or initial and put it in the mail Official documents such as proclamations or executive or ders follow the same path The number of duplicate copies of these or other items will vary although quite often an extra copy will go to Hagerty who will decide whether it is news worthy If so and if it is not hot enough to require imme diate oral reading to reporters Hagerty will hand it to one of his secretaries to type onto a stencil to be mimeographed for the press Hagertys staff Mrs Whit man and any other personnel accompanying the President out of town on trips ranging from a weekend of golf to a week in Paris bring their own equip ment with them That is Army personnel attending to transpor AFTER MISSILE SHELTER FIRE This airview shows the launching shel ter at McGuire AFB N Y after a nu clear bomb equipped missile caught AP Paotofax fire A small amount of radiation leaked out Now congressional leaders are de manding an inquiry Story on page California likes Nixon Tammany Hall falters BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Primary results from coast to coast offered evidence Wednes day of the popularity of Vice President Richard M Nixon in California and the weakening of Tammany Hall in New York Nixon polled more votes on the Republican ballot in Tuesdays California primary than Gov promoter cut deeply into Browns total sion promoter George H Me Rural segment still in control of Iowa votes By HARRISON WEBER Iowa Daily Press Writer DES MOINES controls the Republican primary urban or rural seg ment of the party That question was answered rather conclusively in Mondays election as Atty Gen Norman A Erbe walked off with the nomination True it was by the narrowest of margins as Erbe polled slightly more than 36 per cent of the vote Thirtyfive per cent is needed to obtain the Erbe and his campaign strate gists took a gamble that the rural segment continues to be the strongest element in the party They were right One of Erbes Jack opponents Schroeder State Sen Davenport geared his campaign to appeal to the city dweller while William H Nicholas Clear Lake the Many experts are of the opin iion Erbe and Nicholas drew jfrom the same political audi ship race also aimed his rural voters will hold the gram at those lowans living in i edge in the GOP primary communities 10000 or less nvnnrtc nf the WITH THE CURRENT shiftj in population from the farm tojence They further conclude if the city there had been had not been in the discussion that the urban Repubi gubernatorial race the majority lican vote would be heavier thanjof the bauots he received would the rural M Even though Erbe won on thei basis of strong support from the rural areas some of his supportwhat you advocate but rather jhve gone to Erbe Theres an old political axiom you dont especially win on Rocky in open attack on Nixon NEW YORK Nelson A Rockefeller openely attacked Vice President Richard M Nixon Wednesday The draftavailable New York governor said anyone aspiring to lead the Republican party should declare precisely what PARTLY CLOUDY he proposes and that this not been done has IN EFFECT Rockefeller challenged Nixon to say how he would meet great matters be fore the nation Rockefeller paid tribute to Eisenhower but noted his serv ice ending I am deeply convinced and deeply concerned Rockefeller Tammany leader Carmine DeDemocratic total Lain received 30 per cent of the said that those now assum Edmund G Democratic Brown ballot did on the A pension ews in a utshel tation them details have it done for FEOM OUR WIRE SERVICES PAINESVILLE A jury acquitted Floyd E Hargrove of the sensa tional Christmas Eve sniper slaying of Charles R Clark husband of the woman he loved WASHINGTON Senate Military Appro priations subcommittee in the face of increased world tensions voted to provide for full develop ment of the 2000mile anhour B70 bomber ROCK ISLAND 111 Delegates to the Augus tana Lutheran Churchs centennial synod are set to vote on a proposal to merge four American Lu theran bodies into a giant church of more than three million mem bers KANE 111 P101 jet fighters collided in flight near here Both pilots were killed NEW YORK Strike plagued Broadway pro ducers say all produc tions for the fall season have been indefinitely postponed The total in vestment in the 43 shows is million Gross wants action to curb abuses WASHINGTON UPI Rep H R Gross RIowa said Wed nesday the House should act quickly to dispel the cloud of suspicion hanging over it by requiring full disclosure of all spending by traveling congress men Gross sent a letter to Chairman Burleson urging his House Administration committee to approve Gross bill providing for disclosure of ex pense accounts on official travel both domesticallyand overseas Congressmen again have come under fire for alleged abuses in expense accounts Sapio suffered a major setback when reform Democrats de feated some of his followers in New York City THE CALIFORNIA and New York primaries came during a The combined vote of Brown and McLain was greater than the total piled up by Nixon But the Democratic margin was not as great as the partys 3 to 2 majority in the state With 22975 of the stales 28 busy day of voting Montana precincts reporting Nixon TJV r c had 983196 Republican votes Brown had 895237 Democratic votes and McLain 423476 Republican leaders hailed Nix ons total which added 70 votes to his cause at the Republican National Convention in July The leaders said the results in dicated a Nixon landslide in Cal ifornia in November IN NEW YORK DeSapio de nied the results were a challenge to his leadership As head of Tammany Hall he leads the Idaho South Dakota and Mis sissippi also had primaries Tuesday In California Brown running as a favoriteson candidate won control of the states 81vote delegation to the Democratic National Convention But pen 2 boys cleared in theftslaying MALVERN Ark police spokesman said Wednesday thatparty in New York Citys bor apparently two youths jailedough of Manhattan He also here did not have any as National committee with a Fairmont Minn robiman beryslaying last Sunday I The primary fights were lo Sheriff William Musegades of cal contests DeSapio said Martin County Minn ques tioned the boys Francis Loner gan 16 and Dale Noell 18 both But an insurgent leader Fran cis W H Adams called on De Sapio to resign as committee of Austin Minn for several man hours In South Dakota Ben Reifel Lonergan and Noell were ar rested here Monday for investi gation They were in an old model automobile which had a 22 caliber rifle in the trunk For this fellow the radio made the car GROTON Conn UPI A state trooper testified in town court Tuesday night that 21yearold Robert Martins car had no horn no tailpipe no front license plate no marker light one headlight out onebrake light out park ing lights out one tail light out a defective muffler and a questionable emergency brake But the trooper said the radio was in fine shape Martin was fined won the Republican nomination and Ray Fitzgerald the Demo cratic nomination for the seat now held by Rep George Me Govern McGovern unopposed won the Democratic nomination for the Senate He will oppose Sen Karl Mundt in November Jet collides with helicopter 5 die WASHINGTON UP A Navy jet plane collided with a heli copter at the Patuxent Md Naval Air Station Tuesday kill ing at least five persons The Navy said the jet plane failed in its takeoff at the air station It swerved and crashed into the Army helicopter which was on the ground preparing to takeoff Halfmillion cut from minimum pay coverage WASHINGTON Senate Labor committee voted Wednesday to leave out al most half a million more workers from coverage of pro posed legislation to raise the federal minimum wage from to an hour The action affected 345000 laundry workers 80000 res taurant and hotel employes who make tips and 36000 movie theater workers such as ushers The move meant that 4359 000 workers will not be cov ered in legislation originally intended to bring federal mini mum wage protection to 10 731000 workers for the first time Democrats who pro posed the changes insisted the step was necessary to give the bill a better chance of con gressional passage The committee also decided to make the 25cent hourly in crease in the minimum wage extend over three years in stead of two for employes al ready covered under the act The wage level now would go up to the first year the second year and the third year ing control of t h e Republican party have failed to make clear where this party is heading and where it proposes to lead the nation ROCKEFELLERS statement was made to a closed door meeting of Republican leaders here a few hours after he had personally notified President Eisenhower that he planned to make the statement The state ment also was critical of cur rent national defense policies The statement made no refer ence to Rockefellers current po litical for a draft to run as the GOP can didate for president However the tenor of the statement in dicated that Rockefeller was striking out on his own as a Re publican spokesman independ ent of the EisenhowerNixon ad ministration On the inside Editorials Page 6 Society News 1011 Sports 1920 Comics 21 Clear Lake News 23 Mason City News2628 CubGazette 27 North Iowa News 33 North Iowa Partly cloudy and warmer some places Wednes day night lows in the 50s Considerable cloudiness scat tered showers or thunder showers likely Thursday highs in the 70s Iowa Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms west Wednes day night and over state Thursday Locally warmer central and east Wednesday night lows upper 50s and lower 60s Highs Thursday in the 70s Further Partly cloudy west scattered showers and thunderstorms and cooler east Friday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures through Monday will average near normal highs ranging from the upper 70s northwest to lower 80s southeast and lows from mid50s north to lower 60s south It will be coolest about Friday and again around Monday Show ers and thunderstorms will oc cur Thursday Friday and again around Sunday Precipi tation will average 40 to 75 inch Minnesota Mostly cloudy quite warm Highs Thursday 7582 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 71 44 86 59 SAME Exhead of PTA slays principal ELAINE Minn third man in the GOP governorlers admit 1960 may be the the mistakes of your oppo nent There were plenty of op portunities in the governors jrace for candidates to take ad vantage of their opponents be cause of blunders For example Erbe no doubt lost some support when he stated he was too busy to confer with several Ames citizens re garding the bookkeeping pro cedure being followed by the Ames city council The attorney general also lost some ground in the squabbla son Hammond 33 native safety commissioner Don ald Station over payment of funds to purchase narcotics m an attempt to wipe out illegal drug traffic in the state Last February Schroeder by president of the parent Teachbis own poll was running 21 and principal of the elementary school here was killed with a shotgun blast Wednesday in his office and police held Lester Betts 40 the immediate past ers Assn Police said no been determined motive had The Elaine school had closed June 2 but Hammond had returned for a special music class THEY SAID Hammonds sec retary Blanche Westling saw Betts a mail carrier enter the school with a shotgun Hammond was shot twice The Anoka County coroner said the first shot hit in the right side of the neck Larry Bunkowske a student at the school told police he saw Betts leave the school and re turn after reloading the gun Hammond was shot in the back by the second blast and he died a short time later BETTS IS THE father of three ibehind Erbe Immediately after this poll was taken his campaign started to roll Then shortly after the Republican state presi dential convention Schroederg had a difficult time gathering momentum THERE MAY BE several ex planations for this First the fight between national com m i 1 1 e e m an Charles E Wit tenmeyer Davenport and former GOP state chairman Don C Pier son H u m b o 1 d t After Witten meycr won his second term as n a t i o nal WEBER committeeman of move the state capitol an hour after the shooting He resigned his PTA dency last fall stating he didbut so state representative not have enough time for theKenneth stringer who sought tna duties JGOP nomination for the U S Hammond a native of Westjsenate Des Moines Iowa had two chilj Another possible explanation dren He had been at the schooliwere the lavish quarters two years and was leaving Frijschroeder had at Hotel Savery day to accept a new position the state presidential con principal at Aurora Minn jvention To top things off He attended Nebraska WesiSchroeder had a live elephant leyan University and graduatedto parade outside Veterans au from Drake University Iowa youth killed in crash at Moville iditorium the day of the conven tion Some of the convention delegates were heard to mum Ible thats just too much Madi Avenue It is also interesting to note MOVILLE WlArUn niiuicv cntv do nft ol Idamsen 19 Correctionville m was killed Wednesday when ajdate for office as they did car in which he was riding Ifl several Des out of control on Highway 20 agencies flatly refuse to about five miles east of here handle advertising accounts for political figures IN RETROSPECT it would appear Nicholas concentrated too much of his campaign on personal attacks and had very little to offer in the way of a positive program Nicholas ad visors realized early in the cam paign he was running a Kpoor third They decided to go all out to win the nomination for i Nicholas i Actually Nicholas didnt run a ibad race when you consider he i carried over 30 counties Also if Schroeder hadnt racked up a margin of 7500 votes in Scott and Polk Counties the race for the number two spot would have been nipandtuck Another sidelight on the Re publican gubernatorial race is the total vote About 8500 more Republicans voted for governor than for the U S Senate With candidates in the field for the Senate nomination one pos s i b 1 e explanation is people couldnt make up their minds i as to whom to vote for so they ljust passed over the contest i SOME POLITICAL observers feel state senator Jack Miller Sioux City reachecl his cam paign peak too early They say for example if the election had been held two months ago Mil ler would have won hands iclown Thure is also considerable AP Photofax conjecture on what effect Rollo THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN marking the end of commencement exBergeson Des Moines had on Away go the hats as graduating midercises The grads were commissioned the Senate race going to con shipmen at the Naval Academy at Anin the four branches of the armed servveniion Many of Millers back napolis give the traditional gesture ices after receiving their diplomas ers are of the opinion the Sioux   

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