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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL Associated Prcs and Ciitcd Pros International Full Leas Wire MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 23 I960 7o a Copy ThlS Pper of roar SecHonsSoctta No TIME FOR TALENT Three of the contestants in the Miss Mason City con test join in a bit of light talk during re hearsals for the Thursday event which starts at pm at the Cecil Theater Janet Guthrie left provides the beat at the piano as Nancy Coe Center pre pares her humorous narration and Mary Jane Yankovich readies her dancing number Vice President made big gain in five weeks By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J Vice President Richard Nixon has risen sharply in the esteem of the American voters Reversing a trend which had been prevalent in poll taking since March the potential Re publican nominee for president now is leading the No 1 Demo cratic contender Sen John Ken nedy of Massachusetts The margin is close and if the election was held today the out come would be in doubt THE LATEST Princeton Re search Service poll of a repre sentative crosssectfon in certain key areas whose past voting be havior has carefully been stud ied shows Nixon leading Ken nedy by a slim two per cent Thursday This is the way the poll sees UNITED NATIONS NY Diplomats generally predicted Thursday that the Security Council would approve an Ar gentine resolution censuring Is rael for the secret removal of Adolf Eichmann from Argen tina A vote on the resolution was expected Friday Some sources anticipated unanimous approv al others thought several na tions might abstain The resolution charges Israel North Iowa Partly cloudy and cooler Thursday night and Friday Lows Thursday night in the 50s Highs Friday 6672 Iowa Partly cloudy to fair and cooler through Friday Lows Thursday night up p e r 40s northwest to upper 50s east Highs Friday 6678 Further and warmer Saturday a little Minnesota Clearing cooler Highs Friday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up it at this time Nixon 505 Kennedy 485 Undecided 10 Excluding the undecided vote the figures become Nixon 51 Kennedy 49 It must be kept in mind that all public opinion samplings are subject to a margin of error of approximately four per cent particularly when the findings are at or near the 50 per cent mark FIVE WEEKS AGO findings on the same question showed the following Kennedy 525 per cent Nixon 466 per cent No opinion 09 per cent Thus since midMay sentiment for Kennedy has dropped 4 per cent that for Nixon has jumped 39 per cent and the undecided vote has edged forward 01 per cent Todays findings of course re flect only current sentiment Opinion can and may change For this reason another survey on the same question already is in the field When todays vote is stacked up alongside the findings report ed in four previous surveys un decided vote the trend looks like this Nixon Oct 1959 Jan 1960 Mar 1960 Apr 1960 522 510 503 482 May 1960469 TODAY SlO Ken nedy 478 490 497 518 531 490 Maximum Minimum Precipitation 76 62 93 SAME with violating Argentine sover eignty and calls on the Israelis to make adequate reparation But Premier David BenGurion already has said emphatically the Nazi war criminal accused of major responsibility for the extermination of six million Jews would not be returned to Buenos Aires as Argentina de manded earlier Israeli Foreign Minister Golda Meir speaking in the council debate Wednesday admitted Eichmann had been removed from Argentina illegally and ex pressed her governments re gret She said that constituted adequate reparation to Ar genta A DIPLOMAT familiar with Argentinas position said the Buenos Aires government would regard approval of the resolu tion as affirmation of its moral right and would soften its po sition accordingly This seemed to indicate the Argentines would let their demand for Eichmanns return lapse Mrs Meir repeated Israels contention that Jewish volun teers acting independently and not as agents of her govern ment found Eichmann in Buenos Aires captured Mm and took him to Israel last month for trial THE ARGENTINE delegate Mario Amadeo told the council the Israeli government in ac cepting Eichmann had auto matically approved his capture and has therefore become re sponsible for it Soviet Delegate Arkady A Sobolev US Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge and Sir Pierson Dixon of Britain all backed Ar gentinas contention that her sovereignty had been violated SO THERE COLUMBUS Ga B Layfield objected to the S8000 price set on his land which the state needs for a new highway route claiming it was too low A jury ruled Wednesday the price should be Treaty now in Kishi says hell quit Foreigners dont quote Nixon Kennedy charges By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sen John F Kennedy of Mas sachusetts says I dont think we should turn this country over to Vice President Richard M Nix on in this critical time Kennedy threw away a pre pared speech at Camden NJ Wednesday night to launch his attack on Nixon the probable Republican presidential candi date Kennedy said people on other continents quote men like Wood row Wilson Thomas Jefferson Franklin D Roosevelt a n d Harry S Truman Hut he said hoy dont quote Nixon We must elect a president who will make people get up in the morning and wonder what he did instead of what Soviet Premier N i k i t a Khrushchev did Kennedy said One of Kennedys strongest op ponents for the Democratic nom ination Senate Majority Lyndon B Johnson of Texas took the Senate floor Wednesday to lash at administration foreign policy There is a depressing lack of vital new ideas in our foreign policy he said Johnson called for great international programs to stamp out disease to move food surpluses to hungry areas to break down communications barriers between people and to harness water resources in arid regions TOKYO UP Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi Thursday put into effect a new 10year mili tary alliance between the United States and major goal of his announced he would resign Kishi for weeks the target of fanatical demonstrations by rad ical students Socialists Com munists and labor forces sel no date for his resignation But a spokesman said the Cabinet would quit en masse as soon as Kishis Liberal Democratic par y decides on his successor Approval of the Liberal Demo cratic choice is a certainty since the party has a majority in both houses of Parliament But considerable trading be tween rival factions may be necessary before agreement THE NEW USJapan secur ity pact went into force at a hurried ceremony arranged sec retly to foil plans of Japanese leftwingers to delay final action on the controversial treaty US Ambassador Douglas MacArthur II and Foreign Min ister Aiichiro Fujiyama met at Fujiyamas heavily guarded residence and exchanged docu ments covering their govern ments ratification of the treaty The exchange immediately made the pact effective con tinuing the U SJapanese mili tary alliance giving the United States military bases in Japan at least for the next 10 years and pledging the United States to defend Japan against attack JAPANS LEFT wing had been staging huge and some times violent demonstrations for a month against the treaty con tending it might involve Japan in a war between the United States and the Soviet Union or Communist China Some mem bers of Kishis party also felt country should not be aligned with eitfier side in the cold war Although the leftist demon strations forced Kishi to call off President Eisenhowers visit to Japan the Premier stubbornly refused to dissolve Parliament and make the treaty the issue in a general election In a lastditch effort the left ists had threatened to blockade the US Embassy and the for eign ministry to keep Mac Arthur and Fujiyama from meeting for the ratification ex change This is how they were thwarted PRESIDENT Eisenhower and US Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter signed the formal instruments of US ratification before the President left on his Far Eastern trip but left the dates blank The documents were flown to Japan As soon as the White House phoned Eisenhower in Hawaii Wednesday that the US Senate had ratified the treaty the President messaged Ambassa dor MacArthur to insert the dales on the documents Arrangements were quickly made for the ambassador and the foreign minister to meet at Fujiyamas home and not at the foreign ministry as the left wingers expected Newsmen were told of the plans less than an hour before the ceremony Three police patrol cars and 13 truckloads of police guarded the residence But there was no sign of leftist demonstrators DiES AT 80 WATERLOO eld erly Methodist pastor was found dead in his home here Wed nesday after he failcrl to appear to conduct a funeral He was the Rev Dr Charles E Luce 80 who once served at Cresco WELCOME Cityans welcome cello Glenn Pogeler chairman of the David Cuckler and a new industry to Mason City Airport Commission Ray Mason City From left to right are N Rorick chairman of the industrial Ralph Shelton Mason City Chamber of committee of the chamber and Mike Commerce manager Cuckler president of the Cuckler Steel Span Co Monti Griffin airport manager Another photo on page 2 and S60 a year to hold an op tion on a second acre If that The Mason City Airport Comoption is t a k e n up the rent mission Thursday approved be S300 a year an acre lease for establishment of a Or a total of a year for the sales distribution center of acres Cuckler Steel Span Co Monti cello on land in front of the airport terminal area The lease cannot be finally signed until after a public hear ing which was set for the July 12 commission meeting The lease is to run for 10 years and then be renegotiated for another seven and then again renegotiated for another seven In addition to the rental pay ments the company can use The Cuckler firm which servjces such as wa offices throughout the USjteri snow removal trash haul manufactures steel structural ing grass mowing and fire members for various types of protection at cost For tje first Duildings THE COMPANY is to pay a year rental for one acre ews in a utshell FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES BONN other notorious war criminal Wilhelm Koppe a general in the crack SS elite Nazi corps ac cused of ordering the murder of more than 300000 persons has been arrested WASHINGTON Housewives who pay as little as every three months to domestic maids or baby sitters would be subject to so cial security taxes under legislation passed by the House However the tax would apply only if the person hired is 16 or old er WASHINGTON A rebellious House has voted down both Demo cratic and Re p u b1i c a n farm bills aimed at curb ing production of surplus wheat MAIMI Federal agents have broken up what was believed to be a small anti Castro army preparing to invade Cuba PARIS The Alger ian rebel leadership will send their advance peace emissary to Paris prob ably before the end of the week year however until costs are determined the total costs of those services is set at The company may take any or all of those services i THE P LAN is to build two buildings now of the firms own construction One of these buildings will be a warehouse 48 feet square The other will be an office and display build ing 32 by 34 feet within a year after the opera tion gets started The firm builds preengin Senate eered structural steel Their the 16 million persons over 65 May still be expanded Earleir story on page 23 FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The House voted 380 to 23 Thursday for a caleddcwn federalstate pro ram of subsidized medical care for about a million needy jersons more than 65yearsold Sixteen Democrats and 7 Re mblicans voted against the bill Voting for it were 244 Demo crats and 136 Republicans THE ELECTIONYEAR mea ure goes to the Senate where a strong fight will be made to expand it along lines demanded by organized labor and sup ported in some version by each of the three Democratic sen ators vying for their partys nomination They want provisions for hospitaliza lion and other medical care benefits for all elderly persons on the Social Security rolls The Houseapproved measure fell short not only of the pro gram backed by the Senate Democrats but also of an alter nate plan proposed by the J3f jeiihower administration Both of these proposals would offer benefits to more than half of salesmen here will work with local building supply dealers in use of their materials The firm also men THE HOUSE bill would offer federal matching grants to states that agreed to expand to include medical bene the material in this area and can furnish some advice THE CUCKLER firm has for Pcrsons over 65 who 00 cannot afford medical care but are not poor enough to be on a relief The bill also would extend fleet of six airplanes which i gives an airport location somejSocial benefits 875 advantage to the company The exact location of the two acres being leased at option are being worked out The recom mended site is fairly near the 000 more workers and make another 450000 persons subject to Social Security taxes The health program is the most controversial part of a terminal building on the east long bill to amend the Social side of the entrance drives Security laws The House plan Cuckler emphasized that thisils is not a large industrial tion but that he hoped for growth The lease arrangement but was the only one able to muster a majority of supporters in the House Ways may set some sort of pattern and ileans Committee after for future industrial develop ment at the airport There are David Cuckler president acres in a11 available the commission the company such development on the north hoped to start building of Highway 18 on airportj ately after the lease is signed and that the buildings will prob ably be in use 60 days after construction starts Cuckler said he expects to have possibly 12 employes here land The proposed contract sets building limitations to avoid in terference with air travel and to blend with the general air port plans AP Photofnx A LUCKY GIRL Diana Azzato 5 San Francisco reaches up to embrace her mother after surviving a fall from a fourth floor apartment window while playing Her tumble was broken by a planter box on the second floor Her injuries A bruised eye and a scraped hip eight weeks of disputes 2i inches of moisture at Northwood Rain skipped across Iowa again Wednesday night and ear ly Thursday dumping more than 2 inches on parts of the state Keokuk reported 230 inches during the night and Northwood J225 inches with 176 inches fall ing at Keosauqua and 130 inches at Osceola Donnelson received 120 inches and Chariton had 1 inch Mason City had 93 of an inch Esther vine 85 with 53 reported at jPopejoy and 38 at Ottumwa Mason Citys fourday total of moisture is about I1 inches Thundershowers were reported i Thursday in north central and northeast sections of Iowa and the Weather Bureau said a storm cell over Cresco could de velop into winds up to 40 miles Ian hour Considerable cloudiness and showers across the i state Thursday were expected to keep high temperatures be tween 76 and 84 degrees about On the inside Society Pages 67 Editorials 10 Clear Lake News 15 Mason City News 1617 Latest Markets 17 North Iowa News 18 1920 Comics 3   

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