Mason City Globe Gazette, June 28, 1960

Mason City Globe Gazette

June 28, 1960

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the VOL 98 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Th e newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors and Press toteroaHon1 Fun Lew Wbit MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 28 1960 7o Cow Papr coulrt of On No 223 UNEXPECTED PLEASURE Youngsters use a parked automobile in Buffalo NY as a diving board after a 36inch water main burst and flooded a West AP Photofax Side street with up to three feet of water The main was installed in 1888 hits Ike view boys used in battles y Goldwater unions profit from charges By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J A can didate for political office who finds himself a good whipping boy improves his chances of vic tory at the polls A good example of the skillful use of a whipping boy is illus trated by Barry Goldwaters 1958 campaign against AFLCIO Vice President Walter Reuther despite the fact that during the 1958 Arizona U S Senate cam paigning Reuther was never in that state and of course not running for any office there In 1958 labor unions had not made the big strides forward in Arizona that they had in other states LITTLE WONDER then that when Sen Goldwater deliberate ly chose to run against Walter Reuther instead of his Demo cratic opponent Gov Ernest W McFarland he was able to win a signal victory in a year when GOP candidates did not fare too well Day in and day out Barry Goldwater challenged Reuther who at the time was going about regular duties a thou sand or more miles away to come out to Arizona to debate him The Arizona U S Senator said harsh things about lleuther not about Gov McFarland against whom he was running for the contested U S Senate seat IT IS unlikely that the U S Senator expected the labor un ion leader to come to Arizona to debate But by cleverly using Reuther as a whipping boy Bar ry Goldwater once again won membership privileges in the most select club in the nation the 100 member organization of the U S Senate Labor unions themselves have used whipping boys very very successfully In that same year 1958 a number of Repub lican legislatures across the na tion furnished their opponents an excellent whipping boy in the form of righttowork bills It is a matter of record that with the single exception of the state of Kansas righttowork bills were defeated in every other slate where they were on the ballot RIGHT TO work unquestion ably helped defeat Sen William Knowland for governorof Cal ifornia and thereby ruined what ever chance he had for the 1960 GOP presidential nomination Even in Kansas where right towork passed George Dock ing was able to win election for a second term as a Democratic governor a difficult job in the so called Republican state of Kansas That same year the Demo crats in Kansas elected three congressmen out of a total of six and also made inroads into ihe membership of the normally GOP Kansas legislature Calls for boost in defense By JACK BELL GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Mont ffl Gov Nelson A Rockefeller called again Tues day for a threebilliondollar in crease in the defense budget t face up to the 1960s as a dec ade of danger to national sur vival The New York Republican iaid in a statement delivered ti his colleagues of the 52nd an nual governors conference tha we cannot be confident tha military disaster will not over take the United States in th 10 years that lie ahead IN A RENEWAL of hi criticisms of President Eisen lowers defense program Rockefeller said he agrees wit Vice President Richard M Sfixons assertion that this eoun ry is militarily stronger than ever before But he added We are n a relative and realistic sense more exposed to fatal dan er than ever before in our his ory In a slashing indictment o he Eisenhower administrations lefense policies Rockefeller paralleled many of the ques ions he raised in a June 8 de mand that Nixon state his posi ion on major issues before the uly nominating convention in Chicago REFLECTING THE findings f a Rockefeller Brothers Fund eport on defense matters the York governor said thai he relative military power oJ he United States as compared vith that of the Soviet Union has steadily and drastically eclined over the past 15 yedrs This reached back into the previous Democratic ad ministration Our power to retaliate after a Soviet attack is increasingly and seriously vulnerable Rockefeller said We have sur vived the 1950s without any military disaster We cannot be confident of the same for the 1960s On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 Clear Lake News 7 Sports1314 Comics 19 North Iowa News 26 Latest Markets11 Mason City News 1011 Farm News 17 HOW HIGH IS UP Up is higher than down or under or below Nobody really knows how high up is but lots of smart folks know that a good way to make their income go up is to use the GlobeGazette Classified ads Just DIAL GA 34270 ASK FOR AN ADTAKER Toss reports China Reds endorse policy LONDON UPI nist China has been listed among the signers of a docu ment circulated last week in Bucharest that supports the peaceful coexistence line of of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev The Soviet Tass news agency reported Tuesday that Communist delegations from all over the world which had gathered for a Romanian party congress endorsed the coexistence proposition The report specifically named Red China as well as the Soviet Union and all East European Communist states with the exception of Yugo slavia which was not at the congress SHOWERS 1 owa Variable cloudiness with scattered showers and th derstorms Tuesday night con tinuing central and east Wed nesday Lows Tuesday nighl 6369 Wednesday highs 8086 northwest 8692 southeast North Iowa Variable cloudiness with occasional showers and thunderstorms through Wed nesday Lows Tuesday night 6369 Highs Wednesday 8892 Minnesota Partly cloudy through Wednesday with show ers southeast Tuesday night cooler Lows Tuesday night 55 62 southeast Highs Wednes day 7082 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 88 Minimum 68 At 8 am 75 Precipitation 04 YEAR AGO Maximum 84 Minimum 66 Isaac Robertson service to be held Wednesday Funeral services for Isaac M lobertson 66 who died Sun lay at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines will be held at 11 m Wednesday at the Overton uneral Home in Indianola Burial will be in the IOOF emetery at Indianola Mr Robertson had lived in Mason City about 26 years and ormerly was employed by Ja ob E Decker and Sons For everal years he had been em oyed on a farm near Thornton He was born Aug 22 1893 at ndianola Surviving are seven sons Gr ille Orr Minn Rex Rio Linda Calif Harold Mason lity Lloyd Omaha Robert rondo Wash Darrcll Mason iity and Dale Omaha a aughter Mrs Dale Daisy mith Mason City and 13 randchildrcn He was pre eded in death by a daughter stall inc contest at convention By RAYMOND LAHR GLACIER PARKTMont UPI Four Democratic favorite son presidential candidates in cluding Iowa Gov Herschel C Loveless agreed Tuesday they want jo see a contest for the nomination but virtually wrote off Adlai E Stevensons chances of winning it a third time The governors of California New Jersey Iowa and Kansas breakfasted together at the an nual governors conference One was still consensus they reported that Stevensons chances now are remote They all Were favorite sons The four favorite son gover G Brown of Cal ifornia Robert B Meyner of New Jersey Loveless and George Docking of Kansas said they just discussed their mutual problems at the hud dle Meyner and Brown told news men they were not seeking united action in advance of the convention The four states they repre sent have a total of 169 votes at the Democratic convention Of these 26 are from Iowa Meyner said he is convinced ic can do a better job this fall and realize a Democratic vic ory if we in New Jersey an alyze the candidates N ews in a utshell Western powers disband disarmament conference Defends policy of traveling WASHINGTON ttrPresident Eisenhower said Monday night that although he has no plan now for another overseas trip I would not hesitate a second to venture abroad again in the cause of world peace The United States must never be bluffed cajoled blinded or frightened by Com munist tactics aimed at split ting the free world including Red demonstrations against foreign trips by the US presi dent Eisenhower said Eisenhower spoke in a na tionwide radioTV report to the American people a day after re turning from a twoweek jour ney to the Philippines Formosa South Korea and USheld Oki PRESIDENT EISENHOWER nawa HIS PLANNED visit to Japan was called off after Japanese mobs opposing a new security treaty with the United States created near chaos there The President attacked what he termed Communistinspired demonstrations against his trip 3e also gave a basic defense of lis undertakings in personal diplomacy since he came to the White House in 1953 He noted that now since he is near the end of his presidential tenure the prospects are he will not be going abroad as Presi dent again By implication Eisenhower also rebuffed criticism from some Democrats in the after math of the summit conference slowup and the cancellation of lis Japanese visit WE CANNOT win out against the Communist purpose o dominate the world by being imid passive or apologetic when we are acting in our own and the free worlds interests Eisenhower said We must accept the risks of coolness and FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Soviet Union will put 12 million demobilized troops to work in coal fields steel mills construction sites new railroads and farms all over the Soviet Union the newspaper Sovetska ya Rossia said Tuesday CARACAS Venezuela The government an nounced Tuesday that ail but one of the principals in Fridays attempt to assassinate Presi dent Romulo Betancourt are under arrest LONDON The all girl University of Iowa Pipe and Drum Corps ar rived Tuesday minus their pipes and drums A baggage delay stranded the 73 girls equipment at Southampton where they arrived aboard the Queen Elizabeth NEW YORK The New York Central Rail road announced Tuesday that the road will seek to acquire roughly 60 per cent of the common stock of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad through an ex change of stock and cash action with courage All the profit gained by past and any possible future trips by US leaders will be quickly dis ipated should we Americans abandon our present course in oreign relations or slacked our efforts in cooperative programs with our friends New high command for Kenny fund ST PAUL new high command Tuesday took over the Sister Elizabeth Kenney Foundation in the wake of charges the funds collected to fight polio had been improperly diverted Top management of the Foun dation was shaken up at an an nual board of directors meeting following the charges Monday by Minnesota Attorney General Walter F Mondale Mondale concluded a four month investigation with a re port accusing former Founda tion Executive Director Marvin L Kline of realizing from his association with the Foundation The report said Kline appar ently dominated and controlled the management of the associa tion to an extent he was en abled to derive unconscionable personal profit from his posi tion Kline former mayor of Minneapolis was for comment unavailable SAME 1959300 no Orafflo to putt M Tanker in Atlantic wallowing CHARLESTON SC The captain and two crewmen of a stricken oil tanker aban doned by the rest of the crew rode the ship Tuesday in a bat tie against the sea Forty of the crew of the Si George MacDonald were taken off by another tanker and a Coast Guard cutter but the cap tain and two members of th crew stayed aboard the Mac Donald disabled when a rup ture in the engine cooling sys tern flooded the engine room The Coast Guard reporte late Tuesday morning that th ship had stopped settling ir mild seas and there appeared t be a good chance the captain and his two plucky crewmen would make it The 1000ton tanker owned by the Sinclair Oil Co was wal lowing helplessly about 14C miles southeast of Charleston Standing fay were the USS Robinson a Navy destroyer loaded with reservists getting an unexpected thrill during their active duty tours the commercial tug S a va n n a h from Savannah Ga and an other Sinclair tanker the J E Dyer 5 dead in plane crash N E W R Y Maine air Force KC97 tanker plane from Plattsburgh NY crashed in flames Monday night in the mountainous terrain of Western Main during a refueling exer cise The bodies of five crewmen were found amidst the wreck age strewn over a fiveacre tract near Jonathon Smith Mountain Two of the victims wore un opened parachutes Officials said the fourengine turbop r o p aircraft normally carried a crew of five or six Baptists in Brazil renounce Red churchmen RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil o m e US and Brazilian Baptists have called on the 10th congress of the Baptist World Alliance to renounce any offers of peaceful coexistence put forth by a Soviet A group of churchmen from the two Western nations Mon day accused the Soviet delega tion headed by Drs Jackov Zhidkov and Alexander Karev of being servants of Soviet Com munism In a petition the Americans and Brazilians said We appeal to the Baptist World Alliance to renounce any further collaboration of peace f u 1 coexistence with these propagandists and to repudiate all Communist use of religion by identifying the subtle Com munist propaganda and dislodg ing its spokesmen from all po sitions within the churches of the free world Thr Soviets denied the charge i FEOM OCR WIRE SERVICES Western powers formally ended the collapsed disarmament conference Tuesday The five Western delegations held a rump session of the dead conference waited 10 minutes for the Soviet bloc delegates to return to the talks and then sent all conference records to the U N Security Council and the General Assembly President Eisenhower Prime Minister Harold Mac millan and President Charles de Gaulle held a similar meeting the day after Soviet Premier Niki ta Khrushchev turned the Paris summit meeting into an histori cal fiasco f The communist bloc walkout I n fl 11 Monday coming just before I VII American delegate Fredrick M Eaton presented new US com promise proposals on arms re duction was linked directly to Khrushchevs professed disre spect for Eisenhower as a na tional leader Leftwing fail in protest By LeROY HANSEN TOKYO fanatic leftwing Zengakuren student or ganization ran out of steam Tuesday The vaunted organizing power of the group that forced cancel lation of President Eisenhow ers trip to Japan rallied only a feeble fraction of what it had promised would be a massive antigovernment organization LESS THAN 1000 students shoved up for a desultory spir itless demonstration at the na ional parliament building Zen gakuren leaders had boasted here would be 20000 The only excitement came at midafternoon when a group of 20 ultra rightwing members of he neofascist Greater Japan Patriotic Society rolled up in a ruck with loudspeakers and started shouted progovernment and proAmerican slogans ABOUT 100 policemen quickly surrounded the truck and stopped the rightwingers from getting too near the leftists who were sitting on the grass sing ing the Communist Interna tionale The leftists were protesting 3 rime Minister Nobusuke Kishis conservative govern ment and the newly approved USJapan security treaty Zengakuren leaders at first wasted they would muster 20 30C at the parliament and 10 00 a t Tokyos Hibiya Park Vhen only a few hundred howed up at the diet building hey cancelled the park rally Approve buying North Western CHICAGO Purchase of he Minneapolis St Louis Rail way by the Chicago and North Western was approved Tuesday y stockholders of both com lanies at special meetings Di ectors of the two corporations approved the transaction in April It still must be okayed by he Interstate Commerce Com mission THE IMMEDIATE fear of Western diplomats was that Soviet walkout tactics also would apply to the nuclear test ban conference where 20 months of tedious negotiation had brought the United States Russia and Britain to the verge of a treaty Tuesday marked the 221st session of the nuclear confer ence Although Soviet negotiator Semyon K Tsarapkin has toughened his stand consider ably in recent days he did not say flatly that a breakoff was near President Eisenhower who was advised of Russias decision to suspend disarmament talks in a letter from Khrush chev described the action in his public report to Americans as regrettable The US state department earlier had charged that Rus sias move to transfer the dis armament issue from the quiet work atmosphere of round table discussions to the United Na tions General Assembly was irresponsible deplorable and disappointing Storms for North Iowa DBS MOINES W The Weather Bureau in a severe weather forecast said Tuesday Thunderstorms are expected to increase in numbers and in tensity Tuesday afternoon in northern Iowa generally north of Highway 3 and move eastward in the evening Severe thunder storms producing a few torna does large hail and damaging winds are expected in this area until 6 pm Scattered severe thunder storms are expected Tuesday from 3 to 9 pm in southwestern Iowa generally south of High way 30 and eastward to Highway 69 Large hail and damaging winds are expected in the more intense thunderstorms AP Photofax HELPING Manzella 32 Cypress Tex carries an electric fan on his shoulder Tuesday as he reaches for a helping hand after the Cypress Creek went on a rampage ;

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