Mason City Globe Gazette, July 2, 1960

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 02, 1960

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires that makes all North lowons neighbors MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 2 1960 7o a of Two SectionsSection No K out of campaign By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Soviet Pre m i e r Khrushchevs frequent animadversions on t h e U S presidential election are begin ning to arouse serious concern in both major parties as well as in nonpolitical circles Even before his transparent postponement of a summit con ference for six or eight months until after the November balloting Khrushchev h ad been franker than diplomacy recommends in his opinions of U S policies and individuals notably in his dislike of doing business with Secretary of State Dulles But his remarks since the abortive Paris summit have come in the opinion of Secre tary of State Herter about as close to interference in the in ternal affairs of a country as anything the secretary could de scribe THESE BEGAN with the ex plosive news conference of May 18 Khrushchev said he did not want to interfere in the Ameri can political scene But he said the Russians were convinced n AP Photofax TYPE OF MISSING PLANE This is the type of American reconnaissance bomber which was reported Peninsula near the northern tip of Norway The six missing Saturday directly north of the Soviet Kola jet RB47 carried six crewmen miss in that persons will come to pow er in S who will pro nounce themselves in favor of reaching mutually acceptable agreements If not We can wait we have waited and we can wait and if the next Presi dent doesnt understand that we can wait some more Then in a cablegram May 31 to four leading Democrats in cluding Sen Lyndon B Johnson K h r u s h chev asserted that broad sections of the American public and many prominent political figures were seriously concerned by the foreign pol icy of the administration On June 4 in the midst of a long trade against President plane down near WIESBADEN Germany UPI Eisenhower Khrushchev twice ridiculed Vice President Nixon as a candidate for president We were not so badly off in Dulles time because he did so many foolish things it made it easier for us Khrushchev said From that point of view I sup pose Nixon is the best choice for us of course it would be better for us if we had a wise partner but if not that is the American peoples business and they will be the ones to suffer NIXON HAD BEEN a favorite target for Khrushchev even be fore the collapse at the Summit In a speech before the Supreme Soviet May 6 the Premier had rejected the suggestion that Nixon might substitute for the President in Paris if the confer ence were prolonged Sending j Air Force planes mounted a vast search extending from the souf orn tip of Norway to the ocean Saturday for a missing American reconnais sanc plane which a spokesman acknowledged could have gone down in Russia There were other indications that the RB47 may have crashed into the North Sea and that its six crewmen were afloat in a rubber dinghy A Dutch marine radio station reported picking up radio sig nals from six men in a dinghy off southern Norway A spokesman at the Wies baden headquarters of the US Air Force in Europe said that it is considered highly unlikely that the plane has entered the Soviet UnLn but of course any thing can happen If the plane wasflying over water near the border it migh be very difficult for it to have told where it was exactly he said It is always possible too that the plane was met by Soviet interceptors while flying in the vicinity of the border The spokesman said Air Force headquarters here was in con tact with Washington on the mat ter THE SIXJET reconnaissance bomber disappeared Friday on a flight over northern Europe Its last reported position was a point between the Norwegian island of Spitzbergen and Rus sias Kola peninsula which juts into the Arctic Ocean The sixjet RB47 plane carry ing six crewmen gave its las position as 73 degrees 30 minutei north and 35 east the spokes man said That would put it over the Barents Sea north northeast of Norways northern most province of Finmark or north of the Kola Peninsula The missing bomber took off Friday from a British base to map electromagnetic fields north of Norway SEARCH PLANES began ar riving today at Bodoe air base n northern Norway to comb the bleak waters off Norways wild coast for the plane Crewmen were identified as Capt Eugene E Posa 38 San a Monica Calif Capt Willard 1 Palm 39Oak Ridge Tenn t Freeman B Olmstead 24 flmira NY Lt John R Mcj Kone 28 Tonganoxic Kan Lt Dean B Phillips 25 Inwood N Y and Lt Oscar L Goforth 26 Sardis Okla The Air Force said all the officers were married and their home base is Topeka Kan The men were based temporarily in England IN WASHINGTON a Defense Department official said that he was sure the bomber had made no deliberate attempt to fly over Soviet territory Murray Snyder assistant sec retary of defense for public af fairs answering a newsmans in quiry said that we know that there are no overflights of So viet territory If this happened Snyder em masized it would not be de iberate Nixon to the summit Khnvli chey jibed would be like leav ing the cabbage to the care of the goaj The Soviet Premier was back at his old strategy on June 21 when he addressed a Rumanian Communist Party congress in Bucharest The present leaders of t h e United States he de clared are evidently not able correctly to build the relations between states with differing social systems He said the Soviet Union was looking to the American people to elect a pres ident who would correct the mis takes of the Eisenhower admin istration I DO NOT KNOW whether Khrushchev wants to help elect Nixon or not nor do I care Adlai E Stevenson told the Illi nois Bar Assn on June 23 He went on to suggest that both candidates for president pledge in advance of the campaign to keep Khrushchev out of our na tional debate We know that no leader of either p a r t y is a Communist sympathizer Stevenson had de clared This is a statement with which most honest men can agree without reservation Democrats in particular have ad almost traumatic desire to keep Mr K out of the campaign for Democratic candidates were the ones more severely hurt in 1952 and 1956 by charges of be ing soft on Communism HEAVY LOSS KANSAS CITY Mo Flooding along the North Grand River in Missouri will cover more than 100000 acres of farm land and cause about million damages the Kansas City dis trict office of the corps of engi neers has estimated Death starts for holiday celebration By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic 47 Boating 0 Drowning 4 Miscellaneous 3 TOTAL 54 Millions of Americans pourec out on the nations highways and byways Saturday on the first full day of the long holi day weekend All of the nations 73 million vehicles are expected to be on the move sometime during this Fourth of July weekend The National Safety Council estimated Americans will cover more than seven billion road SAME miles and warned that as many as 370 persons might die in traffic mishaps The estimate of 370 traffic deaths the council said would be 60 more than counted on a nonholiday weekend of the Rhodes youth 2nd July 4th traffic victim MELBOURNE itf James tfallicohe 16 of Rhodes was dlled Saturday when the car le was driving went out of con rol on Highway 64 about three niles southwest of here Two ther teenagers in the car Eu ene Jackson and Charles Wil on both of Rhodes were in ured Mallicohe was Iowas second traffic victim as the offer to HAVANA UPI Fidel Castros government was reported woo ing shipping circles in the United States and Europe Sat urday in a bid for tankers to avert what could be a disas trous oil famine in Cuba The reports spread as Cuban officials and petroleum techni cians insisted they are capable SHOWERS same length The weekend is computed from the 78 hours be tween 6 pm Friday and mid night Monday Washes hands Fourth of July weekend got underway HAPPY OR SAD LONDON Daily Mir ror columnist said Saturday there are two types of people at who want to stay and those who want to go home Both types are married Ike out of picture in Nikitas view VIENNA Khrush chev has washed his hands of PresidentEisenhower but he stands ready to go a round with the next U S president The Soviet Premier here on a nineday official visit spelled out his position on fu ture EastWest talks in pri vate conversations with Aus trias Socialist Foreign Minis ter Bruno Kreisky and Vice Chancellor Bruno Pittermann Nikita told us he would not do any business with Eisen hower Kreisky told news men Friday night at recep Thundershowers Saturday night with locally heavy rains lows 66 to 70 Partly cloudy Sunday chance of scattered showers near the Mississippi River highs 82 to 86 Iowa Thundershowers Saturday night most frequent with heaviest rainfall in north Lows Saturday night 64 to 74 Partly cloudy chance of show ers extreme east Sunday highs in the 80s Further out cloudy and cool Monday Minnesota Variable cloudiness Saturday night with thunder showers extreme southeast cooler west lows 53 to 63 of running three foreign oil re fineries seized by Castro They claimed they could find tankers to bring in the 60000 barrels a day to fulfill the coun trys domestic needs But Castros government ap parently must act quickly to lead off disaster The Prime Minister told a TV audience June 24 that Cuba had a 66day supply of gasoline and 34day ration of fuel oil An oil shortage could be dis astrous as the nations power is supplied almost entirely by fuel oiloperated plants The crisis threatened following the government takeover Friday of Americanowned Esso Stand ard and DutchBritish Shell last two foreign oil refineries in Cuba They were seized for refusing to process stateowned crude oi Castro had obtained in a sugar foroil deal with the Soviet Union The Soviet Union has offered Truman hits plans for confab FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES INDEPEN D E N C E Mo Former President Harry S Tru man Saturday questioned whether Sen John F Kennedy of Massachusetts frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination is quite ready for the White House The peppery Truman in a spe cial press conference also as serted that the Democratic Na tional Convention in Los Angeles later this month has taken on the aspects of a prearranged affair and by implication in dicated his conviction it was rig ged for Kennedy The former jpresident rcilera ed his personal endorsement o Sen Stuart Symington DMo for the presidency but urge that the convention take a goo look at a long list of other poss ble candidates including Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas TRUMAN MADE his state ment to explain why he earlie this week resigned as a membe of the Missouri delegation to th convention and announced h would not attend the Los An geles meeting Directing a portion of his pre pared statement directly to Ken nedy Truman asked Senator are you certain tha you are quite ready for the country or that the country i ready for you in the role o president in January 1961 Of the convention itself Tru man said I have no desire whatever to be a party to pro ceedings that are taking on the aspects of a prearranged affair HE SAID the convention is controlled in advance by one group and its sumably meaning Kennedy and iis backers and that this leaves the delegates no oppor tunity for a democratic choice and has reduced the convention to a mockery I have always believed that the Democratic party should stand for an open convention and should resist any band wagon that thwarts and stifles a free and deliberate process of this great instrument ews in a utshel AP Photofax EARHART KEY Paul Mantz earlyday pilot and outfitter of the plane used by Amelia Earhart in her attempted roundtheworld flight in 1937 examines with a small glass identifying marks and numbers on an airplane generator removed from the waters of Saipan by Fred Goerner reporter for radio station KCBS in San Francisco woman Cuba petroleum but reportedly cant spare the tankers needed to deliver enough oil to meet Cubas requirements 80 58 70 none tion in Viennas Schoenbrunn Palace He is willing and ready to go another summit with a new U S president Kreisky added that Khrush chev told him he intended to keep the Berlin issue on ice until after a new U S presi dent takes office in January Informed sources said Khrushchev probably volun teered this information ex pecting Kreisky and Fitter mann to pass it on to West Berlin Socialist Mayor Willy Brandt a longtime friend of tives has been sentenced to two Mostly fair and cooler Sun day highs 65 to 75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 68 49 PAROLED DEDHAM Mass prison and parttime bank guard who admitted stealing and Minnesotan 1st holiday traffic death MERILL UPI A Minnesota boy was Iowas first traffic vic tim Saturday as the Fourth of July weekend got underway Derwin Krier 4 of Rochester Minn was killed about 2 am when his parents car struck a bridge abutment on Highway 75 about one mile south of Merrill His parents Mr and Mrs Or ville Krier were critically in jured An older brother Roger suffered minor injuries F RATS HIGH IOWA CITY UPI Social Fraternities at the University of Iowa proved themselves above average seholaslically during FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW DELHI India Prime Minister Nehru flew to Kashmir Satur day to visit forward areas in Ladakh where Chinese Communist troops occupy nearly 15000 square miles which India claims as her own if MAUSTON Dragging operations for the bodies of four of the six Ukranian youth camp boys who drowned earlier this week in the Wiscon sin River have been called off until after the holi day weekend LONDON Aneurin Bevan No 2 man in Brit ains Labor party was pronounced critically ill Saturday NEW YORK IJP New evi ence has been reported tha melia Earhart the pioneer woman flier who disappeared 23 years ago may have been exe cuted by the Japanese The Columbia Broadcasting System said Friday that she was seen to crashland off Saipan during her illfated flight around the world CBS correspondent Don Moze ley said a special news team sent to the Pacific island found at least a dozen natives who re member seeing the famous avi atrix crash land in the water in 1937 watched her taken to jail by the Japanese and then dis appear1 ALL THE islanders the re port continued believe Miss her navigator Earhart and Fred Noonan were executed out of sight of the local popula tion The Japanese were deter mined that no American would ever tell the world they were fortifying the island of Saipan Saipan was one of the battle grounds of World War II One native said he had been invited to witness the hanging of a white woman added the report He refused to go Miss Earharts disappearance at the age of 39 sent a wave of shock and disbelief around tha world A task force of 3000 men 10 ships and 100 planes swept he Pacific to no avail Last May the San Mateo Calif Times quoted a woman who Jived on Saipan as a ehilJ as saying she recognized pic ures of Miss Earhart as the American pilot she sawtaken into custody by the Japanese THE WOMAN Joseph Blanco Akiyama now a resident of San Mateo was reported as saying a member of the Japa nese secret police later told her the flier had been shot CBS sent a news team of its own plus a Times reporter t investigate PARIS Former the two Austrians UI1VA U 11 I lilt jurying it in the graves of rclalthe second semester of the 1959 1960 academic year a report years on probation Saturday indicated President Vincent Auriol resigned from Frances Constitutional Council Saturday accusing Pres ident De Gaulle cf disre garding the constitution On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 1213 Latest Markets 7 Comics 5 Clear Lake News 14 Society News 8 Sports 910 North Iowa News f11 Church News 6 Building News 1415 REPORT PLANE FOUND Cross on Saipan in southwest Pacific where an airplane gen erator was found and presented as evidence in the disappearance of aviatrix Amelia Earhart ago ;

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