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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North t o w a n s neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 9 1960 7o Copy Paper Consists of FOOT One No 207 Rockys blast stuns party WASHINGTON iff Gov Nelson A Rockefellers blast at Vice President Richard M Nixon brought chortles of joy Thursday from Democrats From Nixon there was for the moment only silence It brought a variety of responses in Washington Most Republicans in Congress rallied behind Nixon a few agreed with the New York governor Among the questions asked was why did Rockefeller make such a statement at this late date particularly when he read himself out of the race for the Republican presidential nomina tion last December Some observers said Rocke fellers carefully written state ment sounded like a political partys campaign platform Was it Rockefellers intention to try to mould the GOP platform in Nixon in control of GOP Three out of four support his candidacy By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J Vice President Richard Nixon holds an impressive fivetoone edge over any other candidate for the GOP presidential nomination among rank and file Republi cans Todays check on 1960 Repub lican candidates for president shows Nixon with more than three out of four Republicans in his camp Only 15 in each 100 of all Republicans questioned in the survey would like to see Gov Nelsen Rockefeller get the GOP nomination Todays findings would thus seem to indicate no disposition on the part of Republicans to swing to Governor Rockefeller AMONG vot ers questioned in todays sur vey Nixon leads Rockefeller his nearest rival by a margin of twotoone Nixon is preferred by one out of every two inde pendents whereas Rockefeller currently receives one out of every four 24 per cent of the Independent vote Todays findings showing Rockefeller ranking second with ublican candidate for the his own image Rockefeller has said hed ac cept a draft at the Republican convention tout doesnt expect one to develop And he avoids endorsing Nixon who has the nomination all but sewed up HOWEVER NIXON had two speeches and a news confer ence scheduled late Thursday Any of them could become a forum if Nixon so chose for a re ply to the major chal lenge flung by the New York governor And Republi c a n members o f NIXON Congress from NTew York were reported to be preparing an indirect reply to he governorin the form of a statement of support for Nixon On the Democratic side Sen yndon B Johnson of Texas who hopes for his partys presi d e n t i a 1 nomination com mented that Rockefellers attack on Nixon perhaps means that joth party conventions may be open after all It looks like there is some ife in the old elephantyet he cracked Interstate relocation By JIM OWENS GlobeGazette Staff Writer Mason City officials and Chamber of Commerce repre sentatives are to consult with highway officials at Ames on the possibility that northsouth Interstate Highway 35 may run between Mason City and Clear Lake An engineer of a national traf fic study group has suggested such a routing instead of the tentative proposal that tbe Des MoinestoMinneapolis super highway follow Highway 69 east of Garner Lake Mills and For hired by t h e Highway Study Committee of the Iowa Legisla ture est City THAT COMMITTEE is study Such a change would benefit in detail the use and Hampton Mason City North wood and other communities along Highway 65 in this area The suggested new route is proposed by W H Hansen supervising engineer for the Automotive Safety Foundation a national traffic study group planned use of each street road and highway in the state It also is studying the financing available for road and street ters will be guided to a great exfar on interstate highway rout tent by the committees reportsing and the part which the legis A group of Mason Cityans metjlative study committee may Thursday morning to consider1 play in decisions Doty was the interstate situation and dislpresent only to present infor with the officials atimation Ames was agreed upon The Doty pointed out that Hansens meeting was informal but report will not be sub representation by city andmitted until fall Hansens ideas improvement on all government levels Legislative planning on all types of street and road mat Chamber of Commerce personSat this time are on the basis of nel Glenn Doty district studies so far however The Statepoint to which the state of Min AP Photofax ON THE British paratroopers walk across a bridge in Pittsburgh on an other leg of their hike from San Francisco to New York Sgt Mervyn Evans waves while Sgt Patrick Maloney chats with a reporter Their countryman Dr Barbara Moore who also was hoofing across the US is far behind in Illinois The draftavailable R o c k e eller exploded a political bomb hell Wednesday when he criti ized Nixon and numerous ad ministration policies In a state ment the governor said I FIND IT unreasonable in tiese times that the leading Re ews in a utsheil both Republicans and ihdepend ents for the GOP presidentia nomination once again high lights the fact that Rockefelle would be a good addition to thi GOP ticket as the GOP candi date for the vice presidency a job that up to now he has re fused These were the findings in in terviews with Republican anc Independent voters in all walks of life Here is a list of men who have been mentioned as possi ble presidential candidates for the Republican Party in 1960 Which one would you like to see nominated as the Republican candidate for president in 1960 The latest results REPUBLICANS ONLY Vice President Nixon 77 Gov Rockefeller 15 Other candidates 7 None of themNo opinion 1 Others on the list included Dr Milton Eisenhower UN Dele gate Henry Cabot Lodge Sen Barry Goldwater Rep Charles Halleck Secretary of State Christian Herter and Secretary of Labor James Mitchell ROCKEFELLER IS not as strong among GOP voters at the present time as he was last De cember Here is a comparison of the latest survey findings with those reported last December at a time Rockefeller still was regarded as an active candidate for president REPUBLICANS ONLY June Dec 1960 1959 Nixon 77 73 Rockefeller 15 20 Other candidates 7 6 Noneno opinion 1 1 And here is a comparison of the October 1959 standings among independents with to days preferences among this group for the Republican nom ination for president INDEPENDENTS ONLY June Oct 1960 1959 Nixon 50 49 Rockefeller 24 25 Lodge 9 11 Other candidates 10 8 Noneno opinion 7 7 dential nomination has firmly insisted upon making known his program and his policies not before but only after nomina tion by his party Neither the nation nor the GOP Rockefeller said can march into the future holding a banner whose only emblem is a question mark Rockefeller criticized the ad ministrations handling of de fense education medical and labor management programs and urged a reorganization of the whole government structure especially in view of the U2 spy plane incident President Eisenhower was re ported to have rejected in ef fect Rockefellers contention the nations defense program is in adequate This representation as to the Presidents views was given newsmen by Republican congressional leaders after their regular weekly Eisenhower meeting with North Iowa Mostly fair and mild through Friday Lows Thursday night 5058 Highs Friday upper 70s owa Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms spreading slowly eastward over western half of state Thursday night and Friday Elsewhere mostly fair through Friday Lows Thursday night 50s east to lower 60s west Highs Friday 7482 Further outlook Partly cloudy and mild chance of thundershow crs southeast Saturday Minnesota Mostly cloudy showers Highs Friday 6575 GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 am Thursday Maximum 75 Minimum 52 At 8 am fi2 YEAR AGO Maximum 88 Minimum 64 FEOM OCR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES Atty Gen Norman Erbe in dicated he would have a ruling Friday on wheth er delegates to the Re publican convention will have to name one of the six senatorial primary candidates to become the partys standard bearer in November WASHINGTON House Commerce Com mittee approved a sweep ing bill to outlaw rigged quiz shows payola and other deceptive broad casting practices DAVENPORT Dor othy Williams com plained to police that her sunbathing session in a local park was inter rupted when a teenage boy drove his bicycle over her back SAN DIEGO Con vairs increasingly bit ter union strike for high er pay tied up five key U S defense installa tions for the fourth day in a row WASHINGTON Air Force announced its B47 jet bombers will op erate periodically from commercial airports to disperse the U S bomb er force more widely and make it a more difficult target for attack WASHINGTON A House Banking subcom mittee approved an ad ministrationopposed 265000000 housing bill which for the first time would extend no down payment financing to non veteran home buy ers Glider LUEBECK Germany UPI American glider pilot wh landed in East Germany by mis take was returned by the Com munists in record time Thurs day in a triumph of sportin spirit over the cold war Richard A Schreder 44 To ledo Ohio returned to Wes Germany in a black Mercede automobile driven by two othe American glider pilots The Communists had permitte his two colleagues Andrev Smith Tecumseh Mich an John D Ryan Scottsdale Ariz to drive across the Iron Cur tain border to fetch him THEIR TRIP which went off without incident capped a re markable 24 hours in which th Communists demonstrated fo the second time in three week an apparent desire to hel rather than hinder American who crashed in East Germany American officials in Wes Germany stayed out of the inci dent and let the sportsmen worl it out for themselves Thei tactics worked Schreder a contestant in th world gliding championship now in progress in Cologne sailed over the Iron Curtain b mistake while taking part in a long distance event He lande near Grevesmuehlen in Eas Germany almost exactly on the spot where a U S Air Force C47 transport plane with nine persons aboard was forced down by Soviet fighters May 20 SMITH AND Ryan rushed the border crossing point o Schlutup near here in an effor to obtain Schreders release They found Communist border guards extremely helpful Thursday morning they enterec East Germany with a sedan for Schreder and a trailer for the homemade sail plane The Communists had returned the crew of the C47 and its pas sengers in record time five days In the past they have held straying Americans for many weeks trying to force the United States to recognize the Commu nist regime SAME Black Flag Means Traffic Death Past 24 Houri AP Photofax GLIDER PILOT RETURNED Rich the East German border The Commu ard E Schreder 44 Toledo glider pilot nists freed him almost immediately is shown with his family in this photo With him are his son Douglas his wife taken before he strayed across Angeline and another son Tabb Donald Stump 9 drowned Thursday afternoon in a clay pit just west of the Meadow brook area in southwest Ma son City Donald son of Mr and Mrs Virgil R Stump 1502 Cool idge S W had been wading in the south end of the pit with two brothers and a friend when his foot apparently be came snagged He lost his bal ance and fell into the water Despite effort by his broth and companion to help ers him the boy thrashed around in the water and then disap peared Police and fire department rescue squads were continu ing the search for the body According to the victims brothers Tommy 10 and Highway Commission engineerinesota has proceeded in plan explained the planning done sojing the IowaMinnesota inter state highway linking point will have an effect on routing Doty pointed out also IT ALSO was explained that although public hearings on routings are held before final decisions are made any deci sion will be based in large part on the facts learned through study The Stale Highway Com mission makes routing deci sions and the US Bureau of Public Roads gives final ap proval The feeling at Thursdays meeting was that location of the Interstate H i g h w a y between Mason City and Clear Lake can mean a real boom for the two communities Industry has been attracted to the interstate routes particaularly near large cities Mason Citys airport location between the c i t i e transportation facility in which the federal government has a large contribute to the attractiveness of the be tweencities area CITY ENGINEER Calvin G Brown said that the coming of the Interstate Highway would be equivalent to a city getting j railroad service in t h e years past A number of things are in fa vor of the betweencities loca tion The federal government has left the routing of interstate hways mostly up to state iighway commissions within the states The previously proposed loca ion was only tentative in the Iowa area The highway commission is responsive to legislative opinion and is directly involved in the studies which led to Hansens conclusions One practical result of the Automotive Safety Foundations analysis of studies so far is the finding that Mason City is on a northsouth desire line Ray 8 the four had left home about for a hike The accident happened shortly after noon The boys ran to a nearby home to sound the alarm With the Stump brothers was David Shafer 108 15th N E The victims father is em ployed at Jacob E Decker Sons First bomb hoax case ends in acquittal NEW YORK W As ew 24 was acquitted Thursday the first airplane bomb hoax aseto go before a federal jury ince the federal government ened its drive against such ranks Askew held that he was nly joking when he said at dlewild Airport last March that bomb had been taken aboard n Eastern Air Lines plane OCONNOR TO RUN IOWA CITY LrVFormer Atty en Edward L OConnor 68 a City has announced he will eek the nomination as a candi ate for the Iowa Supreme Court t the state Democratic judicial invention in Des Moines July He served as state attorney eneral from 1933 to 1937 GOP keynote job to Judd WASHINGTON A DESIRE LINE is a route which many drivers want to travel and is determined after detailed studies of road use in cluding questioning of drivers as to routes If a highway no matter how good is constructed too far from the route drivers want to travel it will not be used as effectively as it should be Another real factor is the peat bogs in the Lake Mills area ROCKWELL CITY which cause very costly con handicapped woman burned tostruction for sound highway i beds That peat area is direct Ppnublideath and her brother was in H ACUUUU ily in line with the previously Handicapped lowan victim of blaze cans Thursday selected Rep Jured in a fire that destroyedjproposed route Walter H Judd veteran Minneitneir farm home early Hansen told the GlobeGazette sola congressman and foreign affairs expert to keynote their national convention in Chicago forTreatmenToT burns next month The Convention Arrangements Committee also named Gov to day Dead is Ruth Cook 59 Her j by phone that his group is think brother Wesley Cook 53 wasing in terms of control points which a good route should touch Therefore his proposed route will cross Highway 20 at the point originally suggested but Underwood of West ajso wouid pass near Mason as temporary chair Editorials Page 4 iCity The exact route between On the inside Virginia man and Rep Charles A Hal leck of Indiana House minority leader permanent chairman of the convention Elizabeth E Heffelfinger of Minnesota was named tion secretary i Biggest head start on traffic safety record Society News 678 Clear Lake News 12 North Iowa News 13 Comics 14 Mason City News 1617 Latest Markets 17 eastward south of Highway 20 Sports 1920 because it was felt that Fort Dodge should be within a fairly short distance from it i Highway 20 and Mason City Clear Lake could be worked out by engineering studies later Hansen said he did not believe that the route should be curved i DES MOINES Iowa to those now has the biggest on a new traffic safety record that anyone in the state safety department can remember Total traffic deaths in the state are running about 30 per cent below the first five months of last year That reduction ranks Iowa fifth in the nation and tops among all midwcstcrn states according to the National Safety Council in Chicago The big questions now HE CREDITED much of the reduction in deaths to heavier concentration by the highway patrol on serious violations to a spreading awareness among drivers that points are being added to records and to a re duction irt travel during the early months of the year FROM HIGHWAY 20 to Ma CityClear Lake Hansen isaid a route following the Great questionsyear from 3024 last year to 4ldents as last year 49 lastwith patrolmen on primary and Western tracks part of the way J210 during the first quarter thisyear compared to 25 during roads might be desirable Timvovpr year During the same months of this year i engineering studies However would be patrol arrests for improper passing rose from 1291 last year to 1515 this year These are killer violations Station said and the patrol is concentrating on them and on drunken driving rather than speriding so niuch time on ve hicle checks and warnings The main source of the fatal arc i i i STATTON SAID he felt an reomred to determine that Fn Station said the safety departovcrlooked elcmcnl of the safe recunccl tnaL In ment estimates that there were about 230000000 fewer miles traveled in Iowa during the first quarter of the year because of the weather For the past two months the patrol has been conccntraling all officers in general he said Ihere are few ty record is the fact that rightofway acquisition prob sands of violators now are get ting writtennotice from the de lems immediately beside rail road trackage Such land is us partment that points have beenuallv not thc most desirable added to their records and there is less likelihood of During thc first year or so ofbadly cutting up farms thc point system drivers were If the Automotive Safety eah patrol disnot Now when a drivFoundation suggestion is adopt or sets that point notice he od by the Highway Commission Cj Station said that highway paiity reduction this year seems to whats happened and can it con1 Irol arrests for speeding income from thc secondary roadsilrict in onc countv onc lay aknows we arc really kocpins the cities along Highway tinuc Safety Commissioner creased nearly JO per cent dur Donald M Station offered some ing thc first four months of this where there have been only about half as many fatal acci wcck Thc result is lhat 13 coun ties a week are saturated track of his record and not just would be the losers to some ex kidding Station said lent The cities along Highway
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