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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 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 mternaOonal Full Leasa Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 11 1960 7e Copy Paper Consists Two No 209 sionsma dei Ikes Japan jaunt B I n President now No 1 traveler By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON President Eisenhower since the death of John Foster Dulles has become Americas No 1 globetrotter His 22795mile Far Eastern tour will be his longest and in all fairness most contro versial The President will visit troubled Korea and besieged Formosa as well as the Philip pines and the two new states of Alaska and Hawaii but by far the most hazardous stopping place will be Japan where he is scheduled to spend most of four days beginning June 19 THE DATE OF arrival has a special significance On June 19 the new United StatesJapanese security treaty approved May 20 by the lower house of the Japanese Diet au tomatically becomes unless the upper house acts sooner or Premier Nobosuke Kishi dissolves the lawmaking body as he is under Socialist pressure to do The treaty in almost every re spect gives Japan the same stat us as that enjoyed by our North Atlantic Treaty allies and by other nations on whose territory U S troops are stationed Its ratification would really mark the end of the postWorld War II rehabilitation process Never theless the session of the lower house of the Diet at which the pact was approved was b o y cotted by the Socialists And all 125 members of the Party on Indiana mother of 5 Shes Mrs America FORT LAUDERDALE Fla Iff I was so afraid wouldnt make it I was in bed all day Thursday The newly crowned Mrs America coughing with a bad cold but beside herself with happiness was telling how she arose from a sickbed to attend Friday nights glittering finale of the annual contest to select the nations top homemaker Mrs George Murphy 31 statuesque brunette from Kent land Ind was chosen over contestants from 49 other states and the District of Columbia The hazeleyed former model and mother of five enjoyed the first fruits of her victory Her husband a freight terminal manager in the hometown 80 miles south of Chicago served her breakfast in bed in their hotel room Our town is upside down Mrs Murphy said They took the children from home on a firetruck The runnerup was Mrs Jack OConnor 31 Granite Falls Minn Mrs Robert Clemens 26 Savannah Ga was third June 6 agreed to resign from the House in protest Kishis LiberalDemocrats con trol 288 seats in the chamber BECAUSE OF T H E treaty the Presidents scheduled visit has become the target of left wing students and unionists The Socialist Party has the backing of the SVbmillion member Sohyo Labor Federation Japans Com munists have joined in the street demonstrations against the treaty and the Presidents visit but the one Communist in the House shows no disposition to give up his seat Akira Iwai secretary general of the General Council of Japan Trade Unions on June 3 made the point that President Eisen hower would be welcome in Ja pan at any other time Under the present schedule however a huge studentlabor demonstra tion is planned for June 11 the day after James C Hagerty the Presidents press secretary ar rives in Tokyo to make final preparations for the visit The aim is to impress Hagerty with the unwisdom from the view point of the leftists of the visit at this time THE DEMO NSTRATIONS caused Sen J W Fulbright CD chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations committee and some of his Democratic col leagues on June 6 to suggest that the President postpone his visit to Japan until around Octo ber But Secretary of State Herter on the following day said that in the existing circum stances the Presidents plans ought not to be changed The same sentiment had been AP Photolax SHES NO 1 Mrs George Murphy Kentland Ind is the new Mrs America Here she sits on her throne with her husband a fruit house man ager 3 lowans killed as cars collide at top of hill GRINNELL W Three lowan were killed Friday afternoor when cars in which they wer riding met near the crest of hill on Highway 6 near Brook lyn about 15 miles east of here The victims were Edmund De Pauw 74 Brooklyn his wife Blanche 54 and Marilyn Budes lich 30 Des Moines The Des Moines womans hus band John Mark Budeslich 31 seriously injured Their two small children escaped unhurt Highway patrolmen said tha eastbound traffic had been slowed when a car turned into a farm driveway and that the Brooklyn car driven by Mrs De Pauw pulled out to pass Officers said the view was obstructed by a hill and the DePauw and Budeslich cars collided headon SAME DATE IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black Flag Means Traffio Death Past 21 Hours ews in a utshell FROM ODE WIRE SERVICES HAVANA Prime Minister Fidel Castro as serted that a U S mili tary plane took movie films and photographs of a Soviet ship off Cubas coast and de nounced it as an act of espionage LONDON Britain plans to disperse her H bombers to bases out side the British Isles for greater safety against surprise attack WASHINGTON Florida is the fastest growing of the 40 states counted thus far in the 1960 Census Florida in creased from 2771305 in 1950 to 4893098 this year a 766 increase Nevada is second 758 per cent followed by Alaska at 74 per cent News Agency said Premier Khrushchev has an nounced he is ready to help Oliver Powers see his son U2 pilot Fran cis Powers BURBANK Calif A possible break in the weekold strike against Convairs Atlas missile facilities appeared Satur day HAVANA The gov ernment seized several hotels in a move appar ently aimed at heading off complete collapse of the touriststarved hotel industry MURDER CHARGE DES MOINES first egree murder indictment was turned by the Polk county rand jury Friday against Rus ell F Shafer 25 Cedar apids in the April 26 stabbing Alaska to host him on Sunday Tokyo mobs demonstrate WASHINGTON WThe White House said Saturday the sched ule for President Eisenhowers impending visit to Japan is be ing reviewed and revised Assistant press secretary Anne Wheaton told newsmen a detailed plan for Eisenhowers June 1922 Japanese tour is be ing held up awaiting a decision by press secretary James C Hagerty who has just com pleted a preliminary visit to Tokyo amid angry antiEisen hower demontsrations Respecting the Japanese as pect of the Presidents Far Eastern tour which starts Sun day morning Mrs Wheaton told newsmen Theres nothing to be re leased from this office now CHANGES PLANNED to in sure the Presidents safety in clude cancelling of a golf match with Prime Minister Kishi A news conference also was re ported out and the Presidents speech at Parliament is ex pected to be cancelled The White House however did put out detailed arrange nents for Eisenhowers visits to Formosa and Okinawa which make up what the White House alls section II of the overall tour The trip will take the President also to the Philippines and to Korea More than 150000 demonstra ors roved unchecked through Tokyos streets Saturday in nakedancing parades They icld much of central Tokyoin heir grip for 10 hours The veary crowds finally dispersed hortly before midnight WHITE HOUSE press secre tary James C they mobbed and imprisoned in his car Friday upon arrival in off from Tachikawa Air Base westtof Tokyo to join President Eisenhowers Far Eastern tour party in Anchor age Alaska Sunday Hagerty earlier had been re ported planning to avoid the mob by taking a helicopter to the suburban base But he de cided to drive out His car took him from his downtown hotel past columns of demonstrators carrying Japanese lanterns Nixon wonts opinions Disagreement inevitable j WASHINGTON Pres ident Richard M Nixon said Sat urday there is room in the Re publican party for those who dis arree with some of the policies of the Eisenhower administra tion j In an obvious reference to crit icism voiced by Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York Nixon told the Republican National Committee is inevitable and jconstructive that we should have disagreement I But the vice president who ex jpects to receive the Republican presidential Domination said jtbat once the party platform is is adopted and the nominea jchosen Republicans must pre sent a united front WE HAVE AHEAD of us tha jfight of our life Nixon said We will win if we are united We will lose if we are divided I hope we can discuss the is sues and disagree without being disagreeable In an indirect answer to Rock efellers call for Nixon to speak out before the convention on major policies the vice presi jdent said he and others now ara discussing the issues for the pur ipose of developing a platform j Although Rockefeller criticized some aspects of President Eisen bowers record Nixon said he 13 jproud of that record i Instead of running away from it he said I intend to run jon it and to build to it j NIXON NEVER referred to by name and mado Ino mention of the possibility j mentioned Friday night by party National Chairman Thurston B JMorton that the New York iernor might enter actively tha irace for the Republican nomina jtion Morton told reporters after tha rows of policemen Below House icommittee had endorsed the rec press secertary James Hagerty left ord and policies of President confers with Japanese Deputy Foreign Eisenhower and Nixon that ha Minister Yamada At center is U S would not be surprised if Rock Ambassador Douglas MacArthur II jefeller gets back into a contest ORDERLY DEMONSTRATION A snake dance in front of the U S Em bassy in Tokyo top photo is quite or derly as Japanese demonstrators con tinue their protests against President Eisenhowers impending visit In back Hagerty managed to give the slip to hc quit Iast December ground standing guard are several demonstrators as he left for Alaska Mrs Inez Ringgenberg 33 es Moines expressed by Mainichi one of Japans major masscirculation newspapers on June 6 We be lieve his visit should not be can celed or postponed A most hearty welcome should be ac corded to him Kishi and Foreign Minister Aiichiro Fujiyama have made the governments hard ened view in reaction to the demonstrations Any Japanese proposal to suspend the trip said Fujiyama would be a slain on our national honor and would damage Japanese prestige all over the world New rule protested by airline pilots MIAMI Fla Pilots re fused to fly Eastern Air Lines planes out of Miami Saturday in apparent protest of a new regulation of the Federal Avia tion Agency Fourteen Eastern flights out of Miami were canceled be tween the start of the work stoppage at am and 7 am In Detroit three scheduled flights were canceled before pi lots began manning airliners again The tieup slowly paralyzed the vast system Planes flying to Miami from New York and other when points were grounded their crews refused to make the return trip Pilots appeared to have formed a strategy of what they called a temporary work stop page Those assigned to outgo ing flights stayed away from the airport Pilots of incoming planes left the field immediate ly declining to discuss their action It appeared the strike had re sulted from an FFA order that an inspector must sit behind the captain on jet flights The crew of an EAL jet re fused to make an inaugural flight from Dallas to New York Monday after an FAA inspector had taken his scat in the cock pit The company assigned an other crew and the flight was made Some 30000 Alaskans are ex pected to turn out in force to greet Eisenhower as he makes iis first visit to the new 49th state Some estimates of the likely crowd ranged up to 40000 in an 18monthold state with a population of only 223000 A rousing Alaskan welcome was assured for the first presidential visit since Franklin D Roose velt made a wartime stop in the Aleutian Islands Military officials declared the big Elmendorf Air Force Base North Iowa Mostly cloudy scattered showers through Sunday Lows Saturday night upper 50s Highs Sunday most ly in 60s except in lower 70s extreme south wide open and prepared to re ceive as many as 7000 persons at the field when the Presidents let transport arrives from Washington at a mj Anchorage time ANOTHER GOOD TEST CAPE CANAVERAL Fla At A blockbusting Atlas rumbled 5000 miles down the Atlantic missile range Saturday in a successful first test of the mis siles new intertial guidance sys tem Iowa Mostly cloudy scattered showers and thunderstorms through Sunday Lows Satur day night upper 50s north lower 60s south Highs Sunday 60s north 70s south Further change Mon day Minnesota Cloudy light show ers Highs Sunday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 86 Minimum 60 4 lowans dead in Colorado air crasi MORTON SAID he didnt think a reentry by Rockefeller into the race would make much dif ference in the convention out come He said national commit tee members feel very definite jly the vice president will be our jnominee While Wendell L Willkie won Republican nomination in a sevenweek preconvention blitz GREELEY Colo fUPI j42 both of Ida Cove Robert111910 most Republicans dont Four Iowa men were foundlFrahm 30 Holstein and LIoydithink Rockefeller could dupii dead Saturday in the wreckage of their rented plane near this northern Colorado town Rassmussen 25 Arthur cate this feat in the s e v e a A farmer Elmer Ieft before the Gop found the wreckage about meeting in Chicago Authorities said the plane ajthis morning The plane crashed ran against several op singleengine Mooney M20Aiin a pasture on and was abe to bowl crashed about 9 pm Friday j farm according to a broken wrist watch on one ithem over because they did not unite against him Rockefeller broken wrist The state patrol said the mm waitn OH uuc of the bodieskt nn j would face a single rival who Severe thunderstorms swept ihlt powcr and tnenalready has more than enough northern Colorado Friday nightinosed mto an irrigation jconvention votes pledged to him The victims were in the pasture about assure him the nomination Elmer Ernst I miles northeast of here WANT ADS The Market Place Of Millions Use the want ads for many purposes To sell to buy to swap to offer services or to find them Tell the people what you have or tell them what you need Do a big job at a very small cost CALL GA 34270 Ask For An Ad Taker West Liberty OKs daylight time WEST LIBERTY At The City Council has placed West Liberty on Daylight Saving Time beginning at 2 am Moni day and ending at 2 am Aug 29 City officials said Friday they were forced to adopt fastj time because Muscatine and other cities in the area earlier had adopted daylight saving time Gillette accepts US counsel post CHEROKEE fft Former U S Sen Guy M Gillette has acj cepted the position of chief coun sel for a U S Senate judiciary subcommittee Gillette said the subcommittee is charged with the study of federal court pro cedure wjth a view to attain ing greater efficiency and pos sible economies Clinton pair j die in crash CLINTON here jwere advised Saturday that two j widely know Clinton residents were killed in the crash of a light plane near Prairie du jChien Wis The victims were L J Schus jter 64 chairman of the board of the Clinton National Bank Dr Cletus J Schneberegr 45 widely known Clinton den tist The men had left by plane from here for Ball Lake On jtario Canada for a fishing outing At Prairie du Chien Radio Station WlRE said the plane i crashed into a railroad bridge across tho Wisconsin River just I south of Prairie du Chien It was i a 4place Cessna 1 Associates of Schuster who was vice president of the Clin ton Herald said he was also president of W J Young Co old Clinton business firm an MORE GRIEF FOR THEM AP Photofax Three barefoot chil and president of the Iowa Mo tor Club R J Schuster a son is busi dren huddle under cover in rain as they await evacitinSs manager of The Herald ation from their town threatened with a flood rei other survivors include the suiting from the earthquakes Several dams are near widow and another son Jon the bursting point since normal outlets have been blocked by landslides Dr Schneberger owned plane and was the pilot
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