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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 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 Associated Tress and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 16 I960 I 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Four No 213 lolence rces Ike to USsuffers humiliating and costly defeat in cold war 1 Nixon still But margin has been trimmed in last six weeks By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON of the latest trial heat of voter preference show Vice Presiden Nixon leading Adlai Stevenson by a margin of better than five percentage points The actual question used was Suppose the Presidential elections were being held to day If Adlai Stevenson was the Democratic candidate and Richard Nixon was the Re publican candidate which one would you like to see win This is the way the pollsters see it at this time Stevenson 467 Undecided 11 Excluding the undecided vote the figures become Nixon 528 Stevenson 472 It must be understood that poll findings reflect only cur rent opinion and that much can happen between now and elec tion day should the two Nixon and the presidential nominations from their respective political parties Six weeks ago findings on the same question showed the fol lowing Nixon 546 per cent Steven son 445 per cent undecided 09 per cent Thus since early May sentiment for Nixon has dropped 24 per cent that for Stevenson has edged forward 22 per cent and the undecided has increased 02 per cent The split in sentiment among Democrats Republicans and In dependents is worthy of particu lar mention For instance Nixon has more than nine out of every 10 Republicans in his camp as the following table shows REPUBLICANS ONLY 32 of Eligible Vote Nixon 92 Stevenson 8 In contrast Stevenson pulled only four out of every five of his partys rank and file DEMOCRATS ONLY 43 of Eligible Vote Nixon 20 Stevenson 80 Survey findings also show tha Nixon outpolled Stevenson among rank and file Independ ents by a margin of just abou three to two INDEPENDENTS ONLY 25 of Eligible Vote Nixon 59 Stevenson 41 Trained reporters put the questions lo a representative crosssection in certain key areas whose past voting be havior has been carefully stud ied and weighted in relation to the nations vote Princeton Research Service is the only polling organization in the nation in operation before 1948 that has never been wrong on a presidential election pre diction HEART VICTIM WILLIAMSPORT Pa UB Francis C Carter 47 president of the R J Reynolds Tobacco Co died here Thursday of a heart attack CLASSIFIED ADS Are home makers real budgetstretchers Get dol lars for the items you no longer use Theyre worth money to someone who needs them So let every one know what you have to offer CALL GA 34270 ASK FOR AN ADTAKER The North Iowa Considerable Partly cloudy and mild Satur ness and colder with few day sprinkles Thursday night Minnesota Clearing warmer 5058 Partly cloudy Highs Friday in 70s warmer Friday highs weather data Iowa Decreasing up to 8 am Thursday west mostly cloudy with 83 light sprinkles continuing Minimum 57 Thursday night cooler 8 am 57 4853 northwest 5358 84 east Partly cloudy and AGO er Friday highs 7276 90 7680 west Further outlook 65 Emmetsbyrq youth t 9 11 i i nabbed m slaying FAIRMONT Minn UPI he was applying for a The sheriffs office said Thursday an Iowa teenager said Dreher hac been arrested for the June a suspect from the star atal shooting of a Fairmont said he had been seen in ing station just before the shooting 5 He is Robert Dreher 17 had rented a car in Fair Sheriff William said the youth has admitted the death shooting and signed a statement He will be turned a 22caliber pistol was found in Lake Sisseton here o juvenile sheriff said it appeared the was one of several stolen DREHER WAS quoted as month in Emmetsburg ing he robbed and shot a parttime at Brockman 55 at the station in order to get at the station was to pay for the rental on an and shot through the The body was left in the The sheriff said the youth room of the Cashway gas left home June 3 and was oil station east of the city ing for work in the US 16 area He said the boy was was taken in the rested at Hastings Earl Hal named Honorary 4H Earl Hall editor 4H since the program was GlobeGazette was in 1947 Others so hon I r w as Honorary 4H include member of I960 at the Boys 4H Short Course S RUSSELL R K BlisS Wednesday Fox Herb Plambeck Al Hall was honored for his Kline E E Estel John tributions to 4H Club Roy Cunningham through the years About Cunningham H H boys representing Iowas Rex Coon J J Isaac county 4H clubs were Murl McDonald E How at the Hill Charles Friley Horn P C Taff HALL IS A MEMBER of Sheehe Don Cunning finance committee of the Guy Noble Russell Pla 4H Club Foundation and Wilbur Plager and Carroll been instrumental in fund ing campaigns for the theme of the threeday 4T Camping Center near is Lear n Live Through 4H Dr Glenn Serving as Halls guide in former Olympic initiation was Kenneth was the main sen a member of the at the meeting Gordo County delegation 4H Alumni Awards Rockwell Manning the presented to Herbert for the initiations were Bussey and William Hitz of the Cerro Gordo County City They were Harlan Rice Stephens 18 Conway dale president Robert elected new state president Thornton secretary Mark 17 Cedar Falls and Gary Sutcliffe Mason president James Tiedje Newton secretary and Don A total of 23 men have 18 Williamsburg his ceived honorary memberships Second blow in month May be the most severe By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON United States suffered a humiliating and costly defeat Thursday in the collapse of President Eisen howers scheduled visit to Tokyo The SovietChinese Commu nist bloc won a victory of men acing proportions It was the second time in ex actly a month that a great in ternational event has gone against the wishes of Eisenhow er and along lines charted by h e international Communist leadership At Paris May 16 Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev killed the Big Four sum mit conference in its first meet ng leaving Eisenhower and his British and French allies to sur vey the wreckage of their hopes or some improvement in East West relations THE DEBACLE in Tokyo jotentially more damaging t he United States and its allies and in the long run poses grea ir threat to the balance of U S Soviet relations and therefore t world peace than did the breark down in Paris The immediate problem be ore Eisenhower and Japanes rime Minister Nobusuke Kishi i fact is handle the ituation to minimize the injury o U SJapanese relations anc o the free world political posi ion and defense structure throughout the Far East The great difference between he May 16 breakdown at Paris nd the June 16 disaster in Tok o is this The explosion of the summi conference coupled with Khrush hevs violent personal attacks m Eisenhower forced the West rn Allies closer together and trengthened their resolve to re ist Soviet threat and bluster Cancellation of Eisenhowers rip to Tokyo threatens to under mine a vital anchor point of the ystem of antiCommunist alli nces in the Far East Premier onan EARL HALL KISHIS GOVERNMENT being ompelled to confess its inabil y to maintain order appears ow to have no choice except to esign which is what the riotous eftwing students have been de manding The security pact rather than isenhowers visit has been the rime target of leftwing and ommunist opposition By hold ng Parliament in session Kishi as the power to win the form f a victory on the issue of its atification but it may prove to e an empty victory unless new olitical forces come into play Tokyo now that the visit has been canceled Reds joyful MOSCOW on The Soviet news agency Tass reported Thursday that people were dancing in the streets of Tokyo at news the invitation to Presi dent Eisenhower had been withdrawn The tone of the news agencys dispatch was exultant PEIPING iff Communist China said the Japanese peo ple have won a victory in their patriotic just struggle against President Eisenhow ers visit to Japan ASKS IKE TO PpSTPONE VISIT Japans Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi tells newsmen of his governments de cision to ask President Eisenhower to AP Photofax Feared for Ikes safety TOKYO W President Eisenhowers goodwill visit to Japan was canceled Thursday under the threat of Communist violence The U S Japanese defense treaty still was in danger The pact becomes law auto matically Sunday unless Prims Minister Nobusuke Kishi can be forced to dissolve Parliament before then The Communistled mobs have two more clays in which to try to bring about the downfall of the Kishi govern ment and void the treaty In announcing the Eisenhover trip is off Kishi told reporters Even if there is the slightest bit of doubt about the Presi dents safety in Japan it makes it inappropriate for him to visit at this time postpone his visit to Japan this week end because of worsening riots Eisen hower accepted can WASHINGTON Ufi Demo He told the Senate the Com cratic Leader Lyndon B John son denounced as pure black mail in its most outrageous sense the Communistfomented rioting that led to cancellation of President Eisenhowers visit to Japan ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON House Labor committee approved a compromise bill to boost the Slan hour minimum wage gradually to and bring 3900000 more workers under the wage hour law C L IN T 0 N N J Britains walking ser geants have only 52 miles and one river between them and their goal New York for a new cross country walking mark WASHINGTON to complete action on a bill canceling the written non Communist loyalty munists did not want the Japa nese people to see an American President representing a nation whose basic desires are for peace Nevertheless the Texas sena tor said it can be assumed the decision to call off the trip was wise in the circumstances THE WHOLE situation John son went on raises grave im general agreement that United States and the free world in Manila regretfully agreed Like Kishi he blamed Tokyos leftwing tur moil on a small group of Com munist agitators Eisenhower later wound up a threeday to the Philip pines and sailed for Formosa aboard the cruiser St Paul To replace his planned trip to Tokyo the President will ad vance the time of his arrival in South Korea from June 22 ro this Sunday June 19 the date Jon which he was to have ar thc rived in Japan He is still scheduled to stop had suffered an embarrassing at the usheld island of Oki diplomatic setback But the mat nawa after he leaves Formosa ter soon got into politics and on although US embassy sources other aspects there was more in Seoul said hc migjt skip it divergence and fly directv from Taipei to Sen Everett M Dirksen Bt Korea 111 the Senate GOP leader Chjnesc nationalist officjal3 called the story of the Japan said thcy fearcd communist trip a flaming example to wouM VVelcome Eisen people everywhere of whaljhowcr lo Formosa with a bom olications we must consider Communist ruthlcssness of the offhore JarVfuflv considerbrulahty can do to sub caretulJy rt people Johnsons denunciation of Ur THEIR NEXT step nd Nationalist m Hi llary officials held conferences will be inr Forces went on Communist tactics amounted to distillation of Congress reacaimed to compel the alert Eisenhower was to tion on that point and there wasof American troops from Jairemain on and would pan he predicted in a ncar the slants speech Dirksen said it should EVEN AS KISHI urged Jap stand as a lesson to some to fight Communist mob vio thought it was an thousands of leftwing iidea for President Eisenhowerdcmonstrator3 marched outside On the inside Editorials Page Society News 567 Comics Clear Lake News 12 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets 15 North Iowa News 16 Sports 1718 Iowa man grandson victims of crash MUSCATINE tfi A Musca u u u in to to Khrushchev forjhis offjcial residence sciva 1U the U2 spy plane incident for the U S aligned cabinet to But some Democratic leader resign accusing the administration of Zengakuren the fanatical foreign policy blunders said Marxist student organization American prestige has been which staged the most violent damaged severely of Tokyos five weeks of demon Another Republican spokes strations issued a statement man attacking Democratic criclaiming credit for cancellation tics said tough talk now is needed of Eisenhowers visit Zcngakuren leaders threaten The 1960 presidential earned unlimited strikes and daily tine man and his little grandpaign figured heavily in Senatefemonstrations until Kishi and json were dead Thursday as thcdebatc on the issue Despite security are thrown of a collision of twodevclopment the Senate proout trucks north of here Ralph ceeded toward ratification Alphaus 64 and Scott Grahamthe JapaneseAmerican of 5 were killed in the accidentity treaty oath for students seeking 0n Highway 38 Wednesday after much the SAME DATE1959291 federal college aid but there was no assurance the House would follow suit LOS ANGELES Workers at Lockheed missile plants are still on strike but settlement has been reached with some Douglas and Convair un ions DBS MOINES In dustrial leaders in Iowa are going to help attract new industry to the state Carl H Umlandt Muscatine president of the Iowa Manufacturers Assn will head a volun teer committee which will work with the Iowa De velopment Commission in persuading other man ufacturers to locale in Iowa noon trouble in Japan THE JAPANESE government easilv drive the mobs from which had a roused strects if it CQuJd om8 antiAmerica nbacking from prfiss and pubUc jto restore order But police have I been reluctant to use their full I powers because they fear the stigma of Japans brutal prewar And the government is ven more reluctant to call out troops for fear of acing like Jap ans old military masters But Kishi said he will not bow to worldwide Communist de mands for a breakup of Japans military alliance with the United States and resignation of his cabinet He said he will not even dis cuss dissolving Parliament or quitting until the final exchange of ratifications of the new pact orovidini for American bases here for at least another dec ade AP Photoiix IKE LEAVES PHILIPPINES President Kison hower wearing a decoration the Order of Sikatuna Raja waves to the crowd as he rides with Philip pines President Carlos Garcia Ike later hoarded a Navy vessel bound for Formosa his next Asian stop inch colorful history HEAP BIG ANTIQUE LOS ANC ELKS following fnr salf ad appeared Uednesiliy in a local newspa per Antique steam loeomo Bui alinul 1875 Indian ar still imbedded indicate a   

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