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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 9 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 13 I960 7e a Copy Paper Consists of Firar Ono No 219 assure One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U30Q pm Sunday WOI AMES 640 pm Tuesday WXAD Quincy 930 pm Thurs WSDI Iowa City Win am Sat If you have the shakes over Russia COMMENTARY is de signed for those who cant get Russia and its blatherskite premier Nikita Khrushchev off their mind Anything you have heard to the effect that Russia is in the same class with United States economically or mili tarily is plain bunk The most effective though not the cheapest way for you to satisfy yourself on that point is to visit Russia Thats what I did My first dispatch after breathing the free air of little i Finland contained this j Communist Russia just doesnt belong in the same league with the United Slates industrially educationally cul turally or any other way Its my considered judgment that fourfifths of the people in Russia at this very moment live in what would be called slum conditions in the United States or indeed in neighboring West ern Europe I was in Russia just before the initial sputnik was launched But I saw and rode on those superelegant subways in Mos cow and Leningrad Both came about through crash pro grams Material and labor which should have gone to giv ing Russians a decent standard of living were diverted AP Phototax ALASKANS LIKE IKE A huge sign through the city Plenty of political ac hangs over the main street of Anchor tivity in this election year is apparent age as Alaskans turn out to greet Presi by the number of posters held by spec dent Eisenhower arrow as he rides tators IT WAS A CASE of rankand file Russians being given sput niks and gaudy subways when they wanted wholesome food and decent housing You cant eat or live in either sputniks or subways It can be said how ever that the subways are the North Iowa Partly cloudy with occasional showers Monday night except in extreme north A little cooler lows 5255 Partly cloudy and Tuesday high 7478 Maytag lojlf he said maybe he means cal industrialist in a statement yes And if he says yes he is Monday withdrew himself as a possibility for Republican nom ination for the US Senate His action was prompted by warmer a flurry of personal admonitions and editorials including one not a politician This makes i particularly difficult for some one who really means no to gei people to believe him Since it became apparent that the Republican nominee for only glimpse of beauty Ivan and owa Cloudy with tnaj ne submit to a draft east clearing west from the state G0p convention to be held in Des Moines July from the Mason City US Senate would have to Katrina ever get Weve developed in the United States a strange breed of apologizers They go into Rus sia and come back home draw ing unfavorable comparisons as between what we have at home and what they saw or thought they saw in the land of the Soviets schools industry1 agriculture everything Some of these practitioners of Communist sycophancy went so far as to attribute Russias head start on satellites to a su periority in Russian education Perhaps it would be better to turn that around and say they blamed Americas schools for our failure to get an object into outer space ahead of the Com mies My own testimony is this I saw nothing literally nothing during my time in Russia that I would covet for the United States of America Again I say Russia just doesnt belong in the same league with us showers Monday night most sections Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday highs 7478 east 78 82 west Further little lows cooler 5055 to partly cloudy Wednesday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures 20 NOBODY IN THE field of six candidates for the senatorial be selected by the convention there have been numerous sug gestions that I either become a candidate for that nomination or indicate my willingness to ac cept a draft from the conven tion ONE OF THE most recent nomination had received the necessary 35 per cent and it was suggested that a strongersuggestions was in a very com the five day period Tuesjcandidate than anybody of editorial from the day through Saturday will be named by tne convenl Mason City GlobeGazette ask erage 3 to 5 degrees below normal with maximums rang ing from the mid 70s in the north to the upper 70s in the south Minimums will aver age from the mid 50s in the north to the upper 50s in the south warming trend the lat ter half of the week Precipi tation will average from 20 in western Iowa to 75 of an inch in eastern Iowa as showers and thunderstorms at the end of the period Minnesota Mostly fair warm tion Maytag underwent major sur gery a year or so ago which in volved possible recurrenceof the trouble This along with the demands upon him by the large washing machine manufacturing establishment bearing the May tag name are assumed to have influenced his decision I am not a candidate ij would not accept a draft May tag asserted in language remin iscent ofGen W T Sherman in rejecting a draft for the presi iing me to make a definite state ment This is my statement I AM NOT A CANDIDATE I WOULD NOT ACCEPT A DRAFT Unlike certain national fig ures in both parties Maytag added I am not being coy playing hard to get or angling for a higher office Moreover er Highs Tuesday 7885 THE FACT OF THE ter is that the Kremlin has had enormous mileage out of its sputniks We lost a race in which we didnt even know we were entered The Commies broke faith with scientists from all over the world joined together in a cooperative movement called International Geophysical Year Americans and the others pooled their information and pulled together Russias scien tists were in on the program for launching a space rocket at an agreedupon time But the Russiavis slipped out with the information they had received and enlisted the aid of their military to hoist a missile into outer space four months ahead of the agreed upon schedule I saw Russian education at all Continued on Page 2 Globe Gazette weather up to 8 am Monday i Maximum MAT Minimum data 63 54 62 trace dential nomination some 80 years ago There is widespread belief he observed that in an elec tion year if a potential candi date says no he means maybe do not want further speculation concerning my availability to interfere with the process of selecting a Republican nominee I am confident the GOP con vention will select an outstand ing nominee who not only will be a strong candidate but what is more important an excellent senator Maytag concluded At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum 78 Minimum 46 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum Precipitation 62 56 03 Page 17 in this issue Current events test sharpens your mind Flipping a penny is no way to choose a president Yet some people pick a leader just as blindly as if they were tossing a coin A handshake or maybe a brief glimpse of the candidates on TV decides how they will vote Never before has our nation faced so many national and world problems Never before has a knowledge of current events and issues been so improtant in choosing our officials A good way to help us keep up on the news is on page 17 Its our weekly news quiz designed to let you check your news knowhow Its simple quick and funl Order crackdown an Europes journey FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ANCHORAGE Alaska President Eisenhower flew into the Orient Monday for the first visit of a US chief executive to the ancient islands of the Far East and their multitude of 20th century problems After spending the night at Elmendorf Air Force base here in the nations 49th state the Presidents first oriental port of call was Manila metropolis of the Philippines Republic wherej million or more Filipinos waited to give him a hearty welcome Undaunted by recent riots in Japan against the U SJapan security treaty the President still was determined to go on to Tokyo via Formosa and Okinawa after his three days as guest of Philippines President Carlos P Garcia He received a warm bipartisan welcome in Alaska Reports that Moscow and Peiping propaganda organs were encouraging antiEisenhower demonstrations caused no major in the Presidents plansi land for this he received accol ades from the European press This man has guts said the London Daily j WE TIP our hat because of his personal courage said the ews in B utsheil FEOM OUR W1EE SERVICES GENEVA France warned the Soviet Union it would be a serious er ror to believe the new So viet disarmament plan partly based on French could disrupt the solidarity of the Western Alliance The House Appropr i a t i o n s Committee cut million from President Eisenhowers original foreign aid requests in cluding million from military assistance WASHINGTON President Nixon and House Republican Lead er Halleck of Indiana ap pear to be lining up on opposing sides on the school aid bill Associates said Nixon is urging a compromise on a class room construction mea sure that will remove the issue from the presiden tial campaign WASHINGTON U S will join in an in ternational scientific ex pedition of extraordin ary scope and magnitude to explore the little known area and depths of the IndianOcean NEW YORK A spreading wildcat pilots strike left Eastern Air Lines operations at a vir tual standstill in five major cities WASHINGTON government has moved to halt picketing at the Cape Canaveral missile base which has inter ferred with vital defense work Heavy showers end in Southeast Iowa West German newspaper Neue Presse Some revisions in Eisenhow ers Japanese schedule were un der consideration by the two governments according to press secretary James C Hagerty but the basic plan of the visit be ginning in Tokyo June 19 re mained unchanged Hagerty however may not be able to an nounce a detailed itinerary for AP Photofax PLANS VISIT TO SEE PILOT SON Oliver Powers of Pound Va arrives in Washington to ask for pass port clearance to visit his son being held in Russia as the pilot of the U2 plane which landed ill Soviet territory The son Francis Powers is being held pris oner Mrs William Hileman was on hand to greet her father Spy pilots father gets passport to visit son in WASHINGTON UPI The father of captured spypilot Francis G Powers obtained a U S passport Monday and said he was going to Russia to see his son in about 60 days Japan until shortly before thei Oliver Powers 55 A Norton Va cobWer was asked whether President theine assurances that he will see the younger Powers who was Philippines lsnot down while a U2 spy plane over the Soviet Union Enroute from Alaska to May 1 Philippines the Presidents big silver and orange jet transport scheduled a refueling stop Wake Island The flight at Yes I do Powers told reporters But he said only thats my business when asked who had extended these assurances tot The elder Powers wrote Soviet Premier Khrushchev asking Wake tnetiny doVof the I his help The Russian leader offered to aid him to see his son Pacific that leaped into Khrushchev refused to inter during World War II is expect ed to take seven and one half hours From Wake the Presi dent has another long overwater flight over six hours to Clark Air Force base in the Philip pines where he will switch to a propellerpowered plane for a short hop into the Manila inter fere with the trial of the U2 pilot Powers left the passport of fice to confer with State Depart ment officials and the Soviet at CLEVELAND Ohio fairs division Then his voice choking with Railroad merger plan approved An agreement to merge the Nickel Plate and the Norfolk and Western Railroads was an nounced here Monday Nickel Plate President Felix S Hales national airport PRESIDENTS visit to s Q both the Philippines was in the naj d a basis have ture of a homecoming He served in the islands as an aide emotion the father read a statement asking reporters to stop bothering him ds have agreed upon a for the exchange of stock to Gen Douglas MacArthur the late 1930s as an Army the Inter aPPreciates the and human both railroads and ot me inrer hac hPPn SAD newsmen already hi tdp for at least two months The statement said Our entire family sincerely jor state T j Indignation at the mob Press Secretary Hagerty on swept Japan and Prime Minis ter Kishi personally assumed command of security arrange jments A spokesman for the op position Socialist party which has sought to cancel the Eisen hower visit and topple the Kishi government denounced Fridays demonstration although many Socialist members of parliament were in the mob that attacked Hagertys car Commerce Commission becoming effective On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 56 Mason City News 1213 Latest Markets 13 Clear Lake News 14 Sports 1516 News Quiz17 North Iowa News21 Comics 22 Drizzle continued to fall in central and eastern parts oi rainsoaked Iowa Monday But the heaviest shower activity ap peared to be over the Weather Bureau said Southeast portions caught most of the rain Sunday and early Monday Ottumwa re ported 112 inches North Eng lish 230 Lenox 140 and Wash ington 186 North Iowa only had a trace SUI student dies in Homestead crash IOWA CITY MiRonald Kline 119 a Stntc University of lowai AP OUCH The nose of former queen Soraya of Iran 111 f Cf ui IVJ i i kjni MJ u f 11 tjr jvs vv 11 1 il i t i i i V The quiz is part of the educational program of the from Chicago was fa collides with that of her partner Dimilnos Livalios 284 Gazette which also sponsors the wellknown weekly news tally injured Sunday in a traf filmstrip for some 55 schools in this area during the year tchool jfic accident on Highway 5 near Homestead as they dance on a moonlight cruise off the Greek coast Livanos who was at the beautys side con stantly is a nephew of the Greek premier litarian interest which has been shown by the general public to all of us However we will ap preciate no further inquiries from news agencies or other parties When we feel it ap propriate to issue another state ment it will be done through the regular news media POWERS SEEMED on verge tears as he read his statement before TV cameras He walked away when reporters continued to question him Edward J Hicky deputy di rector of the passport bureau helped cut red tape and delay for the Virginia cobbler Powers left his home and spent the weekend at the Falls Church Va home of one of his five daughters before going to the passport office British hiker hit by auto suffers cuts and bruises BRAZIL Ind li Dr Bar bara Moore the crosscountry hiking vegetarian was hit by a car Monday but apparently was hurt seriously The 56yearold British physi jcian was hit in the back by a i slowmoving auto as she trudged jatong US 40 about four miles west of this western Indiana tovvn Authorities at Clay Coun ity Hospital here reported her in satisfactory condition suffering jfrom cuts and bruises State Trooper Harry Foy said Dr Moore was surrounded by a sizeable crowd when she isteppcd off the divided strip of ithc fourlane highway into the ipath of n car driven by Mrs Elizabeth M Kline 67 Shamo kin Pa The sturdy hiker was knocked to the pavement hut remained conscious   

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