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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homt VOL 98 The newspaper Associated Presi and United Press International Full Leasa ITY GLOBEGAZETTE that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 7 1960 7o Copy Paper coiultte of Tour One No 231 rioting growing worse ROME rioting left ist leadership Thursday threat ened to plunge the nation into civil war The threat came as police in this ancient capital braced for more Communist vs Fascist trouble after a wild night of rioting in the streets and fist fights in Parliament In the worst week of disorders since early postwar days near ly 500 leftist demonstrators have been injured in fighting from Genoa down to Sicily More than 200 police have been hurt JSAVY VESSELS CONVERGE ON WRECKAGE OF BLIMP AP Photofax g Nixon ups 8 his lead i 8 on Adlai Vice president has most of his party behind him By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N of the latest trial heat of vot er preference show Vice Presi dent Nixon holding a good solid lead over Gov Adlai Stevenson Heres the way its seen at this time Nixonrl Stevenson 44 Undecided S Excluding the undecided vote the figures become Nixon 55 Stevenson 45 camps contended Thursdaj IT MUST BE understood thatjthey have Sen John F Ken todays poll findings reflect only j nedy stopped short of a firs current opinion and that much i ballot victory in the Demo can happen between now ana election day should the two men and the presidential nominations from their respective parties Three weeks ago findings on Situation worsens Yanks leaving Cuba FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HAVANA growing number of US citizens were reported preparing to pull out of Cuba in the face of prob able seizure of all remaining USowned property and the possibility of increasing anti Americanism Cuban Premier Fidel Cas tro underscored the deteriorat ing situation with another wildeyed denunciation of the United States for slashing Cubas sugar quota There has been a big ex odus of US residents from Cuba in the past year re ducing from 6000 to about 3 000 the number left here But in the face of worsening Cu banUS relations the exodus isbeing stepped up with pri vate companies getting their employes and families out of the though the US Embassy is not urging them to leave ers action Castro declared the real fight is just start ing with the US Re charged Washington was trying to run Cuba and ruin its economy Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T a f t Benson was or dered to buy sugar from other sources to make up the 700 000ton deficit worth In an angry postmidnight lion Officials said there are now ample supplies of raw sugar available for purchase especially in Brazil and the Philippines and neither a shortage nor an increase in price here expected twohour speech the US slashed the Cuban sugar quota in a frenzy of hate This was hisfirst public re action to President Eisenhow Kennedys first ballot drive may be stopped but California is wavering 18 lost in crash of big blimp Was on hunt for yacht LAKEHURST N J m A luge Navy blimp crumpled in he air on a search mission Wednesday and crashed like a sagging banana into the cean off the New Jersey coast One airman was killed and 17 feared lost in the sunken wreck age Three crewmen survived They were picked up by several boats out fishing on the calm Atlantic under sunny skies The Navy said it was mysti fied as to the cause of the dis aster Thugs dress as painters rob bank ST PAUL Minn gunmen dressed as housepaint ers seized an estimated Thursday in a holdup at the Cherokee State Bank After calmly wailing more than an hour for the timelock to go off turning a gun on each employee who entered the building they looted the vault tellers boxes and night deposi tory A short time later a white 1952 model panel truck was found abandoned in an alley five blocks from the bank Po lice said it may have been the getaway vehicle William Jordan bank cash ier estimated nearly was taken The gunmen got about from the vault the rest from tellers boxes and the depository The trio waited until a woman employe opened the building shortly before 7 am lowan in finals North Iowa Generally fair warmer northern section Thursday night lows near 60 Partly cloudy and warmer Friday highs 8386 Iowa Mostly fair Thursday night warmer northwest and extreme north lows near GO Partly cloudy and warmer Friday with widely scattered showers northwest high in the 80s Further outlook Partly cloudy with chance of widely scattered showers and thun derstorms Saturday Minnesota Fair warmer clear and pleasant Hiuhs Friday in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 80 49 80 59 LOS ANGELES the same question showed the following Nixon 522 per cent Stevenson 467 per cent Unde cided per cent Thus over the past few weeks sentiment for Nixon has jumped 18 per cent that for Stevenson has dropped 27 per cent and the undecided vote has edged for ward 09 per cent Todays split in sentiment among Democrats Republicans and independents is worthy of particular mention For in stance Nixon has more than nine out of every ten Republi cans in his camp In contrast Stevenson pulls only about four out of every five of hispartys rank and file At the same time Nixon outpolls Stevenson among rankandfile independents by a margin of better than threeto two ews in a utshell HERES HOW Democrats Re publicans an d Independents voted in Thursdays survey with the undecided vote excluded Nil Stev Republicans 32 of eligible vote 93 7 Democrats 43 of eligible 78 Independents 25 of eligible volo 64 36 Todays findings become all the more meaningful when com pared with Mie latest report of a NixonKennedy trial heat sur vey which shows Nixon 51 pe cent Kennedy 49 per cent The per cent of major politica group each man receives when matched against Nixon SlVn Keny Republicans 7 8 Democrats 7g RO Independents 36 4g From the foregoing table it can be seen that Kennedy runy decidedly Nixor than does Stevenson amon rank and file group that in all nationwid elections usually decides the winner FEOM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Ser gei Kudryavtsev who masterminded a wide spread Soviet spy ring in Canada during World War II was named Rus sian ambassador to Cuba SYDNEY Frederickthorn 8 son of a traveling salesman who won nearly a quarter of a million dollars in a lot tery was kidnaped on his way to school Two hours later his mother received a telephone demand for ransom NEW YORK Dr Barbara Moore made up for riding the last six miles cratic presidential nomination contest Kennedys supporters claimed however that they are about to get a surging assist from Gov Edmund G Pat Brown who heads the potent 81vote Califor nia delegation Brown was reported to have told an important Democratc active in the draft Adlai E movement to Stevenson that thinks there is no place for iavorite sons in the convention that opens Monday THE CALIFORNIA governor vas represented as having de cided that his name will not be nomination for as Californias the fa of her coastto coast hike Wednesday by making a sixmile swing through Central Park with police follow ing to certify her mile age WASHINGTON A congressman cited re ports that a new U S radar photographic de vice is so successful that tennis balls can be dis tinguished in photos tak en from 500 miles away INDEPENDENCE Mo Former President Harry Truman indicated strongly that he may change his mind and at tend the Democratic na tional convention after all as an atlarge delegate from Missouri I placed in residency orite son It was unclear whether this meant that the California dele gation could avoid the legal commitment to vote for Brown on the crucial first ballot If the group gets clearance to split Brown is expected to throw his weight behind Kennedy Sen A S Mike Monroney of Oklahoma plugging Steven son told a news conference that no matter what Brown does nobody has got this ball game won He credited Kennedy with only of the necessary 761 for the nomination if Brown does not break the favorite son traces On the inside Editorials Page Society News 67 Latest Markets 10 Mason City News 1011 Clear Lake News 12 North Iowa News 16 Sports 1718 Comics 28 WILLIAM BOYLES JR for tier national chairman who is jacking Sen Stuart Symington told a reporter his veys show that Kennedy hasnt got the vote f or a blitz nomi nation Robert Baker who is one of the chief strategists for Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson of Texas was equally emphatic about this point Gov Brown of California was the target of what was des cribed as terrific pressure from the Kennedy forces They have een trying to persuade him to give up his favorite son statu in favor of Kennedy on the firs count down of the conventio opening Monday x million miles out now silent WASHINGTON UPI The odrell Bank radio telescope finally has lost track of Amer cas Pioneer V deep space robe at about 23 million miles ut President Eisenhower was dvised Thursday Dr A C B Loveli director of the worlds largest radio tele scope located near Manchester England told the President that reports from the space explorer had been successfully received until the last few days Informa tion on cosmic explosions and other space phenomenon has come from a fivewatt transmit ter which was turned on and off on command from Jodrell Bank Pioneer V launched March 11 is in orbit around the sun Dr Loveli was invited to this country to receive official thanks for his help in the Pioneer V project The 250foot radiotele scope which he conceived and designed is the only tracking facility in the free world that could follow Pioneer Vs five watt transmitter beyond 10 mil lion miles The space probe also carried more powerful transmitter through which space experts had hoped to keep in tpuch with the sun satellite to a distanceof 50 million miles However its latteries developed leaks early in the operation ONE OF THE survivors said helium line may have rup ured causing the sausagelike bag to collapse The Doris May III reached he scene three minutes after he 403foot blimp fell limply nto the water It looked like a sagging banana Then it crumpled and came down in a hurry said Frank Mikuletzky 19 of Barne gat Light a mate aboard the fishing vessel He jumped overboard with a life ring and pulled survivors from the floating wreckage The blimp had been out on a search patrol for the 40foot sloop Vat 69 reported missing with a crew of seven or eight on her way home from the New port R I to Bermuda sailboat race last month IRONICALLY the yacht was ound safe by a Navy submarine at almost the same moment the huge blimp radioed the interna tional distress call May Day May Day Those were the only words i heard from the blimp one ofj four of the ZPG3W class the largest airship in the world Grappling efforts began to re trieve the gondola which sank in an undetermined depth The blimp hit the water abput 15 miles southeast of Barnegat In let and some 115 miles southeast of New York City The million airshipof th Reliance type is used for rada patrol at beauty contest MIAMI BEACH Fla UPI are not what they seem to be at the Miss Uni verse Contest Awatchful official of a swimsuit firm looked closely at the American girlsprepar ing to go on stage Wednesday night and made a startling dis covery I made those swimsuits she said I can tell theres something mere thats not sup posed to be Sure enough 20 of the US beauties were found to be cheating The swimsuits were padded or tucked in stra tegic areas They were stopped Miss Iowa Trudy Shulkin Sioux City celebrated her 22nd birthday as a finalist in the Miss USA Contest Trudy and 14 other Ameri can beauties will be competing for the Miss USA of 1960 crown Thursday night The winner will take her place among 43 foreign girls for Miss Universe judging Several of the girls were in tears after the naming of the finalists but not Trudy She admitted she was excited but commented she has no am bition to capitalize on a pos sible Miss Universe title Trudy graduated this spring from the University of Okla homa She wants to be a speech therapist and work in a clinic or teach in a public school of them in Rome Wednes day night j Sen Emilio Lussu a proCom munist Socialist leader told a tumultuous Senate session that if Premier Fernando Tambronis Christian Democrat government does not resign it will turn into a government of civil war But Gaspare Pignatelli a Christian Democrat replying to Communist charges ofpolice brutality shouted defiantly Clubs are not enough Tanks are needed A waveof general strikes called by leftists began to hit every major city in Italy ROME WAS under a general strike from 1 pm until mid night called by the Chamber of Labor protesting police action against the rioters Half a dozen other major ci ties were similarly affected More strikes were called in others by the Redcontrolled Italian Federation of Labor Noncommunist unions labeled the strikes political and refused to join them Rome looked like an armed camp POLICE headquarters banned all public meetings in Rome Province in an attempt to fore stall rallies planned Thursday by the Fascists in Rome and the Communists in the port city of Civitavecchia north of the capi tal The rioting produced another turbulent Parliamentary session Thursday in the Senate as So cialists and Communists howled protests against police interven tion in the Redled demonstra tions Charges by Interior Minister Giuseppe Spalaro that the Com munist party had planned and provoked the disorders brought a rising angry clamor from the leftist senators Kellogg youth dies in highway crash Redding 21 Kellogg was killed Thursday in a collision of his loaded stock truck and a gravel truck on Highway 137 nine miles south of here SAME DATE1959314 IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black Flag Means Xraftto Death a Past 24 Hours HOW GREEN IS GRASS That depends on whether its Kentucky Blue Grass Put ting Green Grass or back yard Crabgrass But its a fact that the greenest adver tiser can get fast results by using the GlobeGazette Classified Ads rCall GA 34270 ASK FOR AN ADTAKER SEEK MISS USA of these bara Feldman Natick Mass Joyce 15 pretty girls will be named Miss USA Trautwig Fairfield Conn Margaret and will represent this country in the Gordon Birmingham Ala Lyndia Miss Universe beauty pageant They Tarlton Wingate N C andGarnett are left to front row Linda Pugh Queen Shoals W Va Back row Bement Salt Lake City Utah Corrine Judy Fletcher Alexandria La Mari Huff Youngstown Ohio Sandy Chudy lyn Stalcup St Louis Mo Trudy Shul Bound Brook N J Nancy Wakefield kin Sioux CityIowa Judith Richards Winter Haven Fla andTeri Janssen Lansing Mich and Mary Rodites Port Los Angeles Calif Middle row BarJefferson Long Island N Y   

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