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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas i Daily Newspaper Edittd for V MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 98 Associated Press and United Press Intelnational Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1960 7c a Paper Consists of Four One No 2SI Floridas Keys ready for D anqerous uonna Storm will hit Friday LOOKING DONNA IN THE aerial view shows the circular motion of the storm clouds on the edge of the eye of Hurricane Donna The solid bank of clouds is the edge of the eye with the scattered AP Photofax clouds in the center This picture was made by Miami News photographer Toby Massey while flying at 12000 feet in a hurricane research plane COOL Poll gives f thin edge y to Nixon GOP shows late gains By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J If the presidential election was held today between Sen John F Kennedy and Vice President Richard M Nixon the race would be very close judging from the results of a survey just Completed The survey was begun after both political conventions had selected their nominees Today GOP nominee Nixon holds a slight edge over Demo cratic nominee Kennedy THIS IS THE way interview ers see it at this time Nixon 508 Kennedy 487 Undecided 5 It must always be kept in mind that public opinion sam plings are normally subject to a margin of deviation of approxi mately four per cent when the findings are at or very near the 50 per cent mark the way they are now It must also be definitely un derstood that todays poll find ings reflect only current opinion and that changes can take place between now and election day For this reason interviewers fit i IJUIVA 411U I 11 ity ICIU are already in the Held sounding ran th h a te into the th further sentiment on the t w o o the machjne while tne dri tickets They will continue therja farm employe was watching another child to prevent an ac cident No investigation was planned Raymond was one of nine children North Iowa Scattered showers and thunderstorms and cooler Thursday night lows in upper 50s and lower 60s Mostly cloudy and cooler Friday highs in the 70s Iowa Mostly cloudy scattered showers and thunderstorms east and south central cooler Thursday night lows mid 50s northwest to near 70 south east Friday mostly cloudy east partly cloudy west cool er south and east highs near 70 extreme northwest to lower 80s southeast Further outlook cloudy and mild Sat urday Minnesota Partly cloudy little cooler Highs Friday around 70 GlobeGazette weather data up 0 8 a m Thursday Maximum 89 Minimum 59 At 8 a m 66 Marble Rock boy killed MARBLE ROC mond Dolan 6 son of Mr and Mrs Adrian Dolan was killed Wednesday when run over by a tractor The accident occurred on the Dolan farm near this Floyd County town Authorities said that the lad N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Pennsylvania Railroad rejected a rock bottom offer by the Transport Workers Union to settle the eightdayold strike of State Herter said Soviet Premier Khrushchevs proposal for a broad summit conference at the forthcoming United Na tions General Assembly was ludicrous in the ex treme major US drug nuker told Senate investigators that American military pur chases of drugs from overseas sources encouraged a destructive practice that might damage the do mestic drug industry HOUSTON sixyearold Negro boy has integrated the nations largest segregated school system Tyronne Raymond Day was admitted and took his seat among white children There was no trouble SAN FRANCISCO Sen John F Kennedy whistle stopped his way across critical California calling for action to avoid a secondrate America Lumumba tells UN to leave Congo now LEOPOLDVILLE Patrice Lumumba won a opsided vote of confidence in the Congolese Senate Thursday for his policies He promptly demanded the immediate with drawal of United Nations troops from our country The vote for lumumba was 41 to 2 with seven senators ab mi area Mia on alert MIAMI UPI weather bureau Thursday ordered hurri cane warnings posted on the Florida Keys from Key Largo to Key West An advisory said hurricane winds would hit the Keys Friday morning Although south Florida hac not seen a hurricane in 10 years its residents were not caught napping Guided by newspaper radio and television announce ments of what to do they flooded neighborhood shopping centers and lumber yards stock ing up on emergency food sup plies candles flashlights and distilled water Most of the stores opened early Thursday to take care of the demands The densely populated lower east coast of the Florida main land may escape with nothing worse than a galeforce blow but a hurricane watch was main tained INTERESTS ALONG the north coast of Cuba were urged to take immediate precaution against hurricane force winds tempestuous rains and abnor mally high tides which win flooc lowland areas In the Florida Keys winds were expected to build up to gale force by midnight and to reach hurricane velocity Friday morn ing Hurricane Donna with at least 116 dead in her wake was located about 20 miles west of Ragged Island in the Bahamas and 355 miles southeast of Mi ami THE DANGER to north Flor ida faded as Donna failed to iwing into a more northerly path as hurricanes often do in approaching this area At Miami a veritable aqua ade of boats headed up the Mi ami River to find safe harbor They caused big automobile jams in the downtown area by orcing drawbridges to open Air Force officials ordered evacuation of 90 B47 jet bomb ers from the Homested Air i Force Base to Kansas AP Photofax SCIENTIST GREETS WIDOW Mrs George C Marshall widow of the famous general is greeted by Dr Wernher von Braun after her arrival in Hunts ville Ala for the dedication of the George C Marshall Space Flight Center Von Braun is director of the center which was dedicated by President Eisen hower Big space laboratory dedicated to Marshall HUNTSVILLE Ala President Eisenhower Thurs day dedicated the nations space age laboratories to the memory of his old friend George C Marshall The President said US space achievements result from unrestrained human tal ent and energy rather than a grasping state imperial ism The President made a flying trip here from Washington for the dedication ceremonies and to get his first look at this countrys hopes for space sup remacy over gi ant Saturn rocket engine Gen Marshalls widow also attended the ceremonies In his speech President Ei senhower said U S space gains are the product of un restrained human talent and energy restlessly providing for the betterment of human ity The Saturn a million pound thrust super booster is being developed here to power a space ship around the moon and for other longrange space projects Those welcoming him when the presidential plane landed at Redstone Army air field in cluded Dr Wernher Von Braun the Germanborn rock et expert who directs this in stallation and Alabama Gov John Patterson Khrushchev plans to stay at hotel staining and 29 absent questioning until the Saturday night before election day SEVEN WEEKS AGO find ings on the same question showed the two men runnin this way Kennedy 505 per cent Nixon 488 per cent un decided 07 per cent Thus since mid July NLxon sentiment has edged forward 2 per that for Kennedy has slipped ls per cent and the un decided has dropped 02 per cent These changes are slight and possibly may be due as much to sample variation as to actual changes in sentiment LIZ IS SIZZLE R CRICKHOWELL Wales tinroofed movie theater caught fire at an army camp Wednes day night during a showing of the Elizabeth Taylor movie Cat on a Hot Tin Roof The stage was badly damaged and the roof red hot The vote appeared to be a mandate for Lumumba to carry out his policies of aggressively seeking to eject all remaining Belgian forces getting the U N troops out of the Congo when this is done and the country together in a strong federal union in the face of se cessionist opposition After demanding that UN troops get out Lumumba said the Congo retains its right to re ceive UN technical assistance Lumumba said the Congolese European Foods Ruth Hall the Globe Gazettes writer on foods has another in her series of articles based on a summer of leisurely motor travel through central Eu rope If you like to cal ami who doesnt turn to Page 32 Weather spotter crashes 11 die TOKYO U S Air Force weather reconnaissance plane carrying 11 crewmen crashed into the side of a moun maintaining law and order in tain 100 miles north of here early Rains end heat wave this strifetorn nation The premier is fighting with President Joseph Kasavubu for power Lumumba charged that the UN had plotted with Kasavubu to overthrow my but they failed The UN acting under its Se curity Council mandate has taken a stronger stand in the past few days to try to avert civil war in Kasai Province where Lumumbas soldiers have been trying to stamp out a se cessionist movement with Soviet aid SHOCKING CONDUCT GOTEBORG Sweden UPI A fisherman admitted spanking his wife with a live eel Wednesday and was fined for the eel i Thursday and reports from the scene said there were no sur vivors The plane a WB50 Typhoon Chaser assigned to the 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squad ron at Yokota Air Base took off on a weather mission About an hour later the aircraft ploughed into the side of a mountain six miles east of Ishikawa SAME Drenching rains followed a cool front into Iowa Thursday to end a siege of sweltering heat for many parts of the state The rain more than two indies in some areas sent rivers anc tributaries churning against their banks RAINFALLamounts includec 281 inches at Ocheyedan 275 at Harris 250 at Hartley 222 at Rock Valley 215 at Fostoria 205 at Lake Park and 2 inches at Hawarden Other amounts in cluded 196 near Spencer Spirit Lake 180 Terrill 153 Alton 160 Estherville 150 Mapleton 123 Storm Lake 95 and 80 of an inch at Emmetsburg Mason City on the other hand had no rain as of Thursday afternoon but some is expected during the night THE MERCURY dipped to 59 degrees at Mason City and 55 at Algona early de grees under the high readings at those places Wednesday Highs Friday will be mainly in the 70s but with a few lower 80s in the southeast corner Mild sunny weather is cxj pccted again Saturday But it will still be more like Septem ber weather lhan the heat wave conditions of the past week NEW YORK Disclosure that Soviet Premier N i k i t a Khrushchev plans to stay at the WaldorfAstoria Hotel during his United Nations visit brought out picket line Wednesday night About 100 persons paraded in front of the hotel with antiCom munist placards They were not on hand Thursday morning but another demonstration is sched uled Sunday The placards bore messages such as Killer Khrushchev insulted our President Dont give him shelter Murderers belong in Sing Sing not in the Waldorf Sing Sing is a state prison at Ossining N Y Organizations represented in the demonstration included the American Hungarian Federa tion the Chinese Student Asso ciation the SerbianAmericans and the Hungarian Freedom Fighters Sixtyfive policemen stood by Khrushchev is due to arrive Sept 19 aboard the Soviet ship Baltika Where the ship will dock appeared uncertain One rumor was that the ship might dock or moor in the East River near the United Nations building but Coast Guard and other officials said this would not be possible On the inside Society News Pages 678 Clear Lake News 10 Editorials 12 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets 15 Sports 1218 North Iowa News 22 Comics 28 j Airmen topic attalk Khrushchev set to leave MOSCOW S Ambassa dor Llewellyn Thompson talked with Soviet Premier N i k i t a Khrushchev Thursday about two U S fliers held prisoner by the Soviet Union since their RB47 plane was shot down more than two months ago The Soviet leader was pre paring to depart by ship for a session of the U N General Assembly in New York We discussed matters of in terest to both governments Thompson told reporters after his 90minute talk with Khrush chev including the detention of two RB47 fliers PRESIDENT Eisenhower said in Washington Wednesday that one prerequisite for any meet ing he might have with the So viet premier would be release of the two airmen held prison er since their plane was shot down July 1 Khrushchev for his par t made it clear that he still thinks Eisenhower should apologize for the U2 flight of May 1 even though he was not convinced that the President knew about it in advance THE SOVIET premier is go ing to New York aboard the 7494ton ship Baltika called the Vyacheslav Molotov before Molotov fell into disfavor sev eral years ago Leaders of So vietlinked countries in Eastern Europe may join Khrushchev for a Communist summit meet ing aboard the ship in New York All of them also are go ing to the Assembly At a Kremlin reception on Wednesday night he quipped that he was depending for his safety on NATO since crossing the North Atlantic would cer tainly be in whit the Western alliance considered its terri tory KHRUSHCHEV was in an al ternating expansive and threat ening mood in chattering with U S Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson and his wife at the reception for a visiting vice sresident of the United Arab Republic Nurriddin El Khallal Grasping Thompson by the arm Khrushchev said the So viet Union had information the United States aided by NATO powers intended to send a plane over the Black Sea area n September and warned that Soviet troops had orders to shoot it down The ambassador replied tart y that the statement was a most serious one and asked whether it meant that the Rus sians would shoot down any plane flying over the Black Sea Khrushchev replied no only those that cross Soviet borders or flew too close to them FEARLESS PHYSICIAN DALLAS Texas UPI A fancy sign displayed in the of fice of Dr Hubert Hawkins says We arent afraid of apples ONEMAN CHEERING SECTION Jerry Smith Dallas Tex waves an American flag above the crowd watch attended every session of the world ing track and field events at Olympic games AP Photofax Stadium in Rome Jerry whose dad is stationed at Naples with the Navy has   

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