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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL98 Associated Press and Upited Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 1960 To a Copy Paper Consists of Four Oaa No 224 Windstorm hits Ottumwa area King for Spanish EDITORS NOTE Terrorist bombings early this week in three major Spanish cities raises the question of Spains political future The following report explains Generalissimo Francos attitude toward the monarchy By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Spain that monarchy without a monarch is emitting another series of hints or rumors that Generalissimo Francisco Franco is about to fulfill an old pledge and restore to the kingdom a king Recent events lend some credence to the intimations but it should be noted at the start that informed sources have been putting out these signals like beeping radios for the past 13 years with little tangible re sult Inasmuch as Spain has be come virtually a client or ward of the United States the matter of succession is attracting a good deal of attention here What gave rise to the series of false pregnancies was Fran cos Law of Succession promul gated in 1947 which provides for eventual reestablishment of the monarchy THE FUTURE king is to be chosen by Franco or in the event of his prior death or in capacity by a Council of the Realm subject to a twothirds of approval by the Cortes or parliament The law stipulates that the king must be a Spaniard of royal blood Roman Catholic more than 30 years old who will swear to uphold the basic laws established by the Franco re gime meaning the principles of the National Movement or Falange Spains only legal po litical party The logical candidates are the Pretender Don Juan de Bour bon count of Barcelona the third son of Alfonso XIII and Don Juans son Prince Juan Carlos Alfonsos eldest son was killed in an automobile crash in the United States in 1939 The second son Don Jaime of Se govia has renounced his royal rights on medical grounds FATHER AND son are sup posed to share prodemocratic antitotalitarian attitudes Don Juan wants a monarchy like that of Great Britain Living in selfimposed exile in Portugal the 47yearold Pretender has often said that he will not ac cept the throne on the point of Francos sword The son by agreement be tween Franco and Don Juan has been schooled in Spain In De cember he completed four years at the army navy and air force academies and became the only cadet since the monarchy fell in 1931 to be commissioned a lieu tenant in all three services This could be significant The armed forces have always helped rule Spain Franco and Don Juan on March 29 met at an estate in western Spain and agreed on further schooling of the 22year Dld Prince Juan Carlos He is to study under tutors in the at mosphcre of his own country in the language of the Franco Don Juan communique He will be provided a special residence and will be accorded royal hon ors HIS PERSONAL chaplain will be the Rev Federico Suarez Vcrdaguer dean of the history faculty of a private university maintained by the Opus Dei the influential Catholic secular or ganization Franco repeatedly has con ceded that Don Juan can lay claim to all the rights of inher itance King Alfonso had desig nated Don Juan as successor be fore his death in Rome in 1941 But Franco insists that all the conditions and stipulations of I he Law of Succession be filled Meantime Franco 67 is be ing urged to prepare for the transition Missourian gets dampened in Oskaloosa OSKALOOSA UP1 One Missourian apparently lives religiously by his states motto Show Me But Tues day nights storm may weaken his zealous devotion to it An unidentified gent from Iowas neighboring state to the south attempted to drive his car through deep water which blocked Iowa 137 about a mile south of here A native lowan and Oska loosa resident Bill Huffman decided against trying to cross the baylike obstacle and stood helplessly while the Missour ian forged onward After getting about half way through the water the outof staters car was marooned and the high water swept into his car Fortunately for the Missour ian however Huffman and Dr Ellis Duncan Oskaloosa physician who also watched the strangers plight rescued the man by throwing a rope out to him North Iowa Variable cloudiness through Thursday Wednesday night lows 5864 Chance of scattered showers and thun derstorms Thursday highs 80 88 Iowa Variable cloudiness with scattered showers and thun derstorms west Wednesday night and spreading over the state Thursday Wednesday night low 5864 Highs Thurs day 8088 Minnesota Partly cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday Wednesday night lows 4555 Highs Thursday 6470 north 7078 south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 58 75 03 82 52 RAIN BUST BOMBAY rains burst an irrigation reservoir in a village near Hyderabad city Wednesday causing 18 deaths Even in death Most of streets littered By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ottumwa and other communi ties in a sevencounty area of central and southeastern Iowa took stock Wednesday of dam age which may run into mil lions of dollars in the after math of storms packing hurri cane velocity winds and hail The storms hurled destructive blows in a 200mile swath Tues day evening through city and rural sections flattened crops uprooted trees shattered buUd ings and caused a number of minor injuries Winds clocked at up to 125 miles an hour raked the city of Ottumwa which was one of the places hardest hit THE STORM system rising more than 10 miles high in the sky showered the Ames and Boone areas with huge chunks of hail in the late afternoon Then for more than four hours it cut southeastward through Oskaloosa Ottumwa Fairfield and down the tip of the state through Keokuk and Fort Madi son Most of Ottumwas streets were Uttered with debris Wed nesday with several thorough fares still blocked by fallen trees One awful mess was the terse description Police Sgt Wayne Keefe gave to the havoc at Oskaloosa ITS AN insurance adjust ers nightmare said Al Efner executive editor of the Ottum wa Courier Damaged houses damaged trees and damaged farmsteads Part of the roof of the Ideal Manufacturing Co of Oskaloosa was wrenched off and dumped on nearby railroad tracks About three inches of rain were reported there streets were flooded windows shattered sid ing torn loose from buildings and antennas wrecked As bad as the situation was at Oskaloosa it was described as even worse at Ottumwa wherethe hurricanelike winds picked up trees and hurled them against homes buildings and cars ARRIVAL CAPE CANAVERAL Fla UP George Washington first of the Polarisfiring nuclear sub marines arrives Friday to pre pare for key underwater launch ings of the missile Kelly calls shots PHILADELPHIA death as in life millionaire sportsman John B Kelly con tinued to call them as he saw them In his will filed for pro bate Tuesday the father of Princess Grace of Monaco in termingled sound advice with sparkling wit hurled an imp ish barb at the conventional legalities of final testaments and concluded it with his sig nature in green ink I have written this will in a lighter vein because I have always felt that wills were so dreary that they might have been written by the author of Inner Sanctum Kelly wrote THE FORMER Olympic sculling champion who built a mighty contracting empire after starting out as a brick layer died June 20 of can cer He was buried last Fri day He said he wrote the will in his own words and had per mitted his family to read it before his death I can think of nothing more ghastly than the heirs sitting around listening to some rep resentative reading a will Kelly said They always re mind me of buzzards and vul tures awaiting the last breath of the stricken Except for minor bequests he left onethird of his estate estimated for probate at up wards of to his wife Margaret and the remainder to be divided equally to the four children who he referred to as Kell Baba Grace and Liz KIDS WILL be calledkids and not issue Kelly wrote in dispensing with the legal terminology And it will not be cluttered up with parties of the first part per stirpes perpetuities1 quasijudicial to wit and a lot of other terms that I am sure are only used to confuse those for whose benefit it was written Kelly son of an immigrant laborer cautioned his heirs to handle their finances wisely As the years gather you will meet some pretty good salesmen who will try to sell you everything from stock in a copper or gold mine to some patent that they will tell you will bring you millions but remember that for every dol lar made this way millions have been lost UNWELCOMED BRANCH Mrs Ben Ravitz Ottumwa housewife looks at a tree limb that penetrated her bedroom wall destroying a dresser and littering AP Photofax the room with debris She and her hus band were in the basement when this happened Demo closes gap in tight senate race By HELM AN MORIN FARGO N D lift Republican Gov John E Davis razorthin lead over Quentin Burdick Demo cratic congressman was dwindling steadily Wednesday in the North Dakota special senatorial election With returns reported from 1828 of the states 2310 precincts the unofficial tabulations showed Davis 90919 Burdick 88131 Returns from the farm areas reporting hours after the cities cut deeply into the governors early lead Au one time he was more than 8000 votes ahead of Bur iiic laiiiv v InniT uiith a Rocky keeps up battle against Ike GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Mont Jft Gov Nelson A Rockefeller carried his running argument with the Eisenhower administration into the field of ATTACK ON NAVY BASE This building at the former Navalair station in Ottumwa stands virtually destroyed AP Photofax following 115 mile winds clocked by the FAA office The building was currently used as a furniture factory Towering rage Castro take firm million dollars in foreign ex HAVANA Minister Fidel Castro Wednesday or dered immediate confiscation of the American owned Texaco Inc refinery in Santiago if the company refuses to process So viet crude oil there In New York a Texaco spokesman said the company penny until nothing is left if had no notification from the Cuban government Texaco is one of three oil American and one in Cuba that since June 11 have faced a Castro order to refine panies have in their Cuban rethe United States cuts its pur fineries plus an estimated 60 chases of Cuban sugar Castro made this threat to a liiimuu uunaxo j I change trie Castro government1 cheering postinidmght rally of owes them jthe giant Sugar Workers Fed Castro threatened in a toweri eration held in Artemisa 60 ing rage to seize American in miles southwest of Havana It in Cuba penny by his 10th major speech in medical aid Wednesday for the elderly Soviet crude or suffer confisca tion The other two are Esso Standard and the Shell Oil Co AT STAKE IS a 75milliondol lar investment the three com Mac sends letter to Khrushchev LONDON UPI Prime Minister Harold MacMillah told Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev in a sternlyworded let ter Wednesday that Russias breakoff of the Geneva disarm ament negotiations is incom prehensible He added that Soviet charges against the West as a result are most unfair MacMillan called on Khrush chev to reconsider his decision so that negotiations on disarm ament can be restarted as soon as possible The British Prime Minister warned Russia that the disarm ament conference cannot prop erly be broken off by any one group While pledging Britains will ingness to reach an agreement on disarmament MacMillan told Khruschev that until agree ment on disarmamentis reached we intend to maintain our collective defense arrange ments Time near for man in space WASHINGTON UP T Keith Glennan administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said Wednesday the United States will send a man on a 200mile rocket flight before many months Glennan outlined these plans to an audi ence at the opening of a Threshold of Space display here ews an a utshell American diatribe he has yet delivered STUNG BY THE bill now be fore the U S Congress to au Alreacly involved in a Repub lican ruckus over his criticisms of defense policies the New York governor invited another fracas by denouncing as fiscal ly unsound an administration measure to subsidize the health insurance of needy persons over 65 years old Rockefeller called in a dis cussion paper for a finalday governors conference panel on problems of the aging for con gressional passage of a bill to finance health insurance pay ments for the elderly through social security payroll taxes Rockefeller opposed the means test in the administra tion bill as likely to require cumbersome and costly admin istrative mechanisms in all 50 states Chinese Reds soften doctrine TOKYO UPI Communist China Wednesday whittled its ideological differences with the Soviet Union down to a matter of emphasis The party publica tion Peiping Peoples Daily agreed with Khrushchevs thesis that peaceful coexistence with the West was possible but it stressed that this could be dick and coasting along with a comfortable 56 per cent of the total ballot But as the figures from the outlying rural areas came in Democrats predicted a Burdick victory by as much as 5000 votes Weve got it in the bag said Scott Anderson Democratic campaign director Its only a matter of time Davis however said he was still confident of victory WE WERE worried for a while he said but now were standing up straight It looks like it will go down to the FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES PARIS The French government announced Wednesday that the pre liminary talks aimed at arranging a cease fire meeting between French leaders and Algerian reb els have ended NEW YORK The wildcat strike by Man hattan bus drivers that has garaged 733 buses Wednesday forced 500 000 commuters to find other ways to get to work WASHINGTON Congress drive for a pre convention adjournment appeared to waver today There was a growing conviction among some members that theyd have to come back for another session in Au gust PORTSMOUTH N H The Navy says a crew man was responsible for recent sabotage aboard the nuclearpowered sub marine Nautilus MAUSTON Wis boy campers 12 to 14 years old were missing Wednesday and feared drowned in the Wiscon sin River near here On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 910 Clear Lake News 2930 Sports 2122 nit jL SllCisbCU Llidl Ullia tUUiU UG thorize the President to cut thejachieved oniy through the threat US quota of Cuban sugar at of Communist might Experi will Castro shouted that forjences snow that tne jmperial evcry pound of sugar removed from the quota his regime would take over an American owned sugar mill US interests own 36 sugar mills in Cuba but Castro made clear his threats extended to all other American interests in Cuba valued at more than a half billion dollars Well take and take until not even the nails of their soles are left he told his cheering au dience cue uevci svmuig LU iuuuuvi serious negotiations with the was Beat Benson with cialist countries the New China News Agency quoted the party organ as saying Austrians fear visit ists unless driven to the wall are never willing to conduct wire This is the nations first head on collision between the two major parties in a farm state As such it may indicate dis satisfaction throughout the farm belt with the agriculture pro gram as administered by Sec retary Ezra Taft Benson Ana lysts in both parties are watch ing the North Dakota election with an eye on the November battle for the presidency Davis as expected rolled up a commanding lead in the cities HE DID NOT however do as well in this election as he did in 1958 when he defeated Johu Lord a Democratic attorney for the governorship Two years ago Davis carried Fargo the largest city by 64 per cent today his margin is 58 per cent He carried Minot by 56 per cent in 1958 and 51 per cent today In Bismarck the capital his 1958 edge was 64 per cent as against 62 per cent today In short the governor did not come out of the cities with as long a lead as he was expected to need to offset the farm vote BURDICK WAS expected to pull heavily in the rural areas He beamed his campaign to sharp and unremitting criticism of Secretary Benson the farm program and particularly the soil bank One of his campaign VIENNA Austria UPI Worried Austrian officials Wednesday assigned 5000 police to protect Soviet Premier Nikij ta S Khrushchev when he ar rives here Thursday for a nine day state visit It will be Khruschevs first journey to a Western country since he blew up the Paris sum mit meetings and the Geneva disarmament conference Offi cials were somewhat fearful of the reaction of the people in this officially neutral but staunchly anticommunist nation Khrushchev is coming fresh from a highlevel meeting of Communists in Romania and Western observers believed he would make some important statements while here Communist sources doubted this however and they said Khrushchev would not em barrass Austria by launching any attacks against the United States and its allies during the visit CAPTURED TEGUCIGALPA Honduras UPI Nicaraguan refugee leader Alejandro Martinez Saenz Comics North Iowa News Latest Markets 19 land 27 other members of a gucr Burdick Davis also spoke out against the soil bank But it appeared that Burdick seized the issue earlier and more firmly Rinard given Crusade award for employes DES MOINES Clarence W Moody of Burlington state chairman of the Crusade for Freedom announced two awards Wednesday to lowans for their part in the crusade Park Rinard executive assist ant to Gov Herschel Loveless accepted an award on behalf of state employes who contributed a total of 52400 to the crusade Rinard formerly lived in Mason City and at Clear Lake State Insurance Commissioner William Timmons was cited for his work as state employe chair man for the crusade ALLS FAIR HAMLET NC licewoman Mrs J J Freeman received a ticket for overtime parking Tuesday while she was in a bank depositing coins she had collected from the towns parking meters R Hoffa president of the Team sters Union tells newsmen in Washington that if Sen John F Kennedy DMass and Vice President Richard Nix 17 j 20 irilla band held responsible forj on arc rival nominees for the 24 repeated border raids have been Mason City News 2425 captured by Konduran troops presidency he would urge the teamsters to back Nixon SAME DUck flat Meant Fast 21   

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