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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowers Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homo MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper tKot mokes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Full Leaso Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 1 1960 7cft Copy Pupcr of Two wo ers seizure of 2 more refineries POLARIS SUB ARRIVES Against a backdrop of missile gantries on shore at the atomic sub marine George Washington sails into port at Cape Canaveral Fla to prepare for initial underwater AP Photofax firings of the Navys Polaris missile The sub is the first of a series designed to fire the 1200mile rockets while submerged Nixon has good lead i on Lyndon Independents give boost to GOP candidate By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PKINCETON New Jersey Results of the latest manonthe street trial heat of voter pref erence shows Vice President Richard Nixon holding a sub stantial lead over Sen Ljfcdon Johnson of Texas Today Nixon holds an impres sive 11 to 9 margin over the U S Senator from Texas This is the way the manon the street and his people see it at this time Nixon 54 Johnson44 Undecided 2 Excluding the undecided vote tie figures become Nixon 55 Johnson45 Todays split in sentiment among Democrats Republicans and Independents is worthy of particular mention For instance Nixou has more than nine out of every 10 Repub licans in his camp Senator Johnson has only four out of ev ery five Democrats in his Sur vey findings also show that Nixon outpolls the Texas Sen ator among rank and file Inde pendents by a solid 13 to 7mar gin Heres how Democrats Re publicans and Independents voted in todays test of strength between the two men Nixon Tohnson Republicans 32 of eligible vote 91 8 Democrats 43 of eligible vote 20 80 Independents 25 of eligible vote 65 35 Todays findings become all the more meaningful when com pared with the latest manon thestreet findings of a Nixon Kennedy trial heat survey that showed Nixon Ken nedy And particularly so when the political party breakdowns for Kennedy and Johnson are com pared when each is matched against Republican Nixon Johnson Republicans 6 8 Independents S5 18 Democrats 80 80 From the foregoing table it can be seen that Sen Kennedy runs decidedly better against Vice President Nixon than does Sen Johnson among rank and file independents the group that in all nationwide elections normally decides the winner PLANT STRUCK CEDAR RAPIDS UPI Local 1024 of the United Auto Workers Union went on strike Friday against the ChcrryBur rell Co Inc plant here Gettys still ahead Party cost GUILDFORD England ff Some 2000 guests guzzled champagne and danced until dawn Friday at a party pitched by J Paul Getty American oil magnate and perhaps the worlds richest man But the caviar lobster and duck ran out and late comers wound up eating hot dogs The shindig was a dual purpose affair To warm Gettys new house in Britain 16th century Sutton Place mansion and to bring out the 18yearold debutante daughter of his friend Capt Ian ConstableMaxwell The hosts shared expenses The party cost more than While it was going from 10 pm to 4 am an aide estimated Gettys oil inter ests alone netted him about profit ews in a utshell FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES MOGADISCIO Soma lia Impoverished So malia celebrated with a million dollar party on becoming the 15th Afri can nation to gain inde pendence since World War II WASHINGTON Senate has passed and sent to the White House a bill to extend the GI mortgage loan program for World War II veter ans another two years TOKYO The Japa nese government strong ly endorsed its new mili tary alliance with the United States in a scorch ing diplomatic reply to the Soviet objections It accused the Soviet Union of undue interference in Japans affairs and re jected neutrality in the cold war WASHINGTON cheaters beware Presi dent Eisenhower signed a bill providing for 2000 more Internal Revenue agents The new tax sleuths are expected to come up with an addi tional million a year from reluctant taxpay ers NEW YORK New Yorks International Idlewild airport one of the busiest in the world was hit by a strike of servicemen who fuel and refuel the giant airliners A spokesman said he expected near normal flight operations would be maintained by supervisory employes WASHINGTON Ad lai E Stevenson says he has no objection to hay ing his name placed in nomination at the Demo cratic presidential con vention now a little more than a week away Britishers iaud SUI Highlanders LONDON UPI Coeds of the Scottish Highlanders bag pipe and drum corps of the Uni versity of Iowa put on their first show Thursday and the audience loved every minute of it The girls performed marches dances and songs and at the end of the show both audience and coeds burst into the mellow bars of Auld Lang Syne The coeds will give another London performance July 6 then head north to their Scot tish spiritual home They per form in Edinburgh July 7 Aber deen July 8 and Elgin July 9 Leon girl 15 dies in traffic crash LEON teenage girl was fatally injured and four other persons were hurt Thurs day when a car collided with a semitrailer truck 7 miles north of here on U S 69 Violet Dun jar 15 daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Dunbar Leon died in Decatur County Hospital Thursday afternoon of in juries j suffered in the crash North Iowa Generally fair through Saturday Slightly warmer north portion Fri day night lows 5256 Warme Saturday highs 7882 Iowa Generally fair throug Saturday Slightly warme northwestern third of state slightly cooler southeast Fri day night lows 52 east to 60 west Warmer Saturday highs 7886 Further outlook cloudy Sunday with chance of showers west Fiveday Iowa Temperature will average a few degrees below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Aft ernoon highs will be in the lower 80s and overnight lows in the lower 60s A warming trend is expected Saturday and Sunday followed by cool er again Wednesday Rain fall will average half an inch Refused tohandle Russ oil Second action in a week HAVANA refineries f Esso Standard and Shell Oil ivere taken over by the Cuban letroleum institute Friday Both irms had refused to process Russian crude oil obtained in a ugarforoil barter deal Seizure of Esso and Shell vould put Cubas whole petro eum industry valued at near y 150 million dollars in the nands of Castros revolutionary government TWO DAYS AGO Castro seized all Texaco Oil Co prop rty including its Santiago re inery in a similar step Castro acted through identica esolutions which accused both Esso and Shell of violating a 1938 Cuban law requiring re fineries here to process state owned oil All companies have leld that the law means oil pro duced in Cuba and not oil im ported in competition with their own suppliers The Cubans announced Thurs day they had already begun re fining the Soviet crude at the confiscated million Texaco plant in Santiago Seizure of the refinery had followed company officials refusal to take deliv ery on 25000 barrels of Sovie oil for processing SHELL HAS a million in vestment in Cuba Essos is estimated at 60 million and Tex acos at 50 million The Cuban government owes the three for eign companies an estimated 60 million dollars in exchange for to an inch in thundershowers next week showers and the first of Minnesota Fair warmer Highs Saturday 7583 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Friday Maximum 69 Minimum 48 At 8 am 65 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 61 Minmum 51 AP Photofax AN ACT THAT PROVED FATAL British Marine Capt Antony L Easter Square Garden Thursday night Easter brook insert at left performs his act brook fell 85 feet while doing this act The Death Slide during a military and died later Doctors said eveiy bone tournament at New Yorks Madison in his body was broken House acts swiftly Venezuelan oil they have im ported refined and resold in luba The American oil companies n refusing to handle the Soviet rude said they had to continue using their usual sources of sup ily namely Venezuela Castro WASHINGTON WThe Hous Friday voted to override Pres dent Eisenhowers veto of a cent pay increase for 1 million federal employes The vote was 344 to overrid the veto and 69 against overrid ing it This was 68 votes more tha the twothirds majority neede to pass the million bill ove the Presidents disapproval Eisenhower had previously Cold then warm salute to Mr K NEW REGIME LOS ANGELES S After 20 M Sgt Alfred J Smith etired from the Marines Thurs day But he had a replacement His son Alfred J Smith III nlisted for three years million Tax receipts in Iowa set record DES MOINES tax collections in fiscal 195960 broke a record as they soared over million for the first ime in the states history State Treasurer M L Ahrahamson said Friday Abrahamson said collections rom the 12 types of state taxes lit nearly mil ion more than 195859 fiscal year which had stood as the old record Every one of the 12 tax cate gories showed an increase over he last fiscal year cnroute to he recordbreaking total State Comptroller Glenn Sars field said it would mean the state should have about a million balance at the end of the current biennium He called the economic health of the state very good He added Theres no doubt about it its one of the best years Ive ever seen Even the personal income tax collections showed an increase over last year despite predic tions of about million de cline predicted by Tax Commis sion Chairman John OConnor However this years figures in clude money due the state from a year earlier and OConnors prediction of a decline is based upon personal income lax forms filed this year he pays for with sur lus Cuban a bar el less than Venezuelas cost Some American experts pre icted a shortage of gasoline vould result from Cuban seizure f the three refineries claiming ie Soviet Union which does not ave the tankers to send enough rude oil for Cubas needs But Revolucion the semi official newspaper said that many firms including at least one un named American company were negotiating to sell oil to Cuba The island needs about 60000 barrels a day Windstorm causes damage at Corning CORNING UPI A wind storm carrying rain and hail Thursday afternoon completely flattened 10 small hangars at the municipal airport here tore open the remaining two and badly damaged at least 10 planes The high wind ripped apart the walls of the airfields 12by12foot office but four men inside escaped injury VIENNA Austria iff Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev got the kind of welcome he likes from workers at the Fiat auto mobile plant Friday in Viennas Communist district Some 3000 workers mobbed him as he laimed he could get the Sovietstepped from his car into the HEADS FAIR DES MOINES W State Fair Board president J W BOARD The Iowa has a new Cory Jr Spencer a widely known dairy cattleman Cory took over with the resignation of W J Camp bell Jesup On the Editorials Pafle 4 Society News 6 Band Page 7 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 Clear Lake News 15 North Iowa Features 16 17 North Iowa News 20 courtyard just beyond the gates of the factory Many tried to shake his hand The Soviet Premier had received a chill welcome on his arrival in Vienna vetoed 168 bills since taking of fice and been overridden onlj once The House action sent the bi on to the Senate where Demo cratic Leader Lyndon B John son of Texas said he would see a vole as quickly as possible JOHNSON EXPRESSED con fidence the Senate would also vote to override Eisenhower turned down the pay raise Thursday with a sting ng veto message He accused he bills sponsors of fiscal and egislative irresponsibility He aid the raise wasnt warranted owan killed while headed for reunion SIBLEY W The Howard ofmeyer family which had noved to Spencer a month ago ame back for a church picnic hursday and their son George was driving in from Esther lie when tragedy overtook im George fatally in ured when his car went out of ontrol on old Highway 9 six miles east of Sibley AP Photofax DOUBLE ATTRACTION Mt Rushmore Na tional Monument in South Dakota and the three fi nalists in the National Press Photographers beauty contest vie for the attention of the viewers The girls obviously take top with the men at least Charlene Lundberg Joliet 111 receives the trophy as the queen while Darlene Thompson Los Angeles is at left and Barbara Coble of Nebraska is at right 1 If He also assailed pressure tactics in support of the bill by spokesmen for postal workers As the House met Friday to vote on overriding the veto a solid phalanx of blueuniformed postmen occupied front seats of the public gallery two rows Jeep Kcpublican members com plained privately that adminis ration spokesmen in advance of the vote had used the kind if pressure tactics to which the resident objected The bill covers white collar mployes of the executive judi ial and legislative branches of ie government For all but bout 400000 of the lower paid ostal workers the boost would mount to per cent Postal in the first six salary rades would get increases av raging about 86 per cent THE POSTAL WORKERS 24 months ago got a 10 per cent pay increase of which per cent was temporary and is scheduled to expire next Janu ary In addition to the new pay increase the bill would make this temporary increase perma nent Action on the veto was one of the major issues facing Con gress before a proposed adjourn ment for the political conven tions The Senate voted 6328 Thursday to recess Saturday until Aug 8 The House is ex pected to do likewise probably Saturday despite opposition of some Republicans Rejecting a bill to require a hourly minimum wage in interstate commerce the House also passed a measure ing a minimum and ex tending its coverage without overtime an es timated 1400000 chain retail store employes The rejected bill would have added about Wa million workers to the laws cov erage ESCAPEES NABBED DES MOINES ffl Two youths who escaped from the State Training School for Boys two days ago and were res captured after a 24hour chase by officers were held for juvenile authorities in the Polk County jail Friday SAME DAT61959307 IOWA SAFETY FIGURES Ooftfti to rust 2i ttonn t   

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