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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper idittd for tht CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The VOL 91 Auociata Prtit ind United InternitioBi Full Wires newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2 I960 neighbors 7c Paper Conitits of Four SecUoafSecfion No 301 Situation worse Cuba Yanks Kennedy back in the lead Poll shows close race By KENNETH FINK Princtton Research Servict PRINCETON N J If the presidential election was held today between Sen John F Kennedy and Vice President Richard M Nixon the results would be very very close judg ing from the findings of a sur vey completed within the past 10 days Democratic nominee Kennedy now holds a very thin lead over GOP nominee Nixon This is the way interviewers see it at this time Kennedy 503 Nixon 493 Undecided 04 It must always be kept in mind that public opinion sam plings are normally subject to a margin of deviation of approx imately four per cent when the findings are at or very near the 50 per cent mark the1 way they are today WHAT ALSO MUST be under stood is that todays findings re flect only current opinion and that in a race as tight as this years changes will undoubted ly take place between now and Nov 8 For this reason reporters will be in the field sounding senti ment right up to the Saturday night before election day and the latest survey findings will be reported in this newspaper as fast as they are tabulated Three weeks ago findings on a similar question showed the following Nixon 508 per cent Kennedy 487 per cent Undecided 05 per cent Thus since early in the month sentiment for Kennedy has inched forward 16 per cent that for Nixon has dipped 15 per cent and the undecided has dropped a tiny onetenth of one per cent THESE CHANGES over the past 21 days are slight and may be due as much to sample varia t i o n as to actual changes in sentiment Todays state of opinion in the presidential race would seem to indicate that neither man can be counted as ahead or behind in all probability the tight race predicted all along is still like ly to happen Actually it means that the do ings and sayings of Nixon and Kennedy over the next few days and weeks will decide who goes to the White House next Jan uary Trained thoroughly experi enced reporters put the question to people in all walks of life in key areas whose past voting be havior has been carefully stud ied and weighted in relation to the nations vote It is as a re sult of these methods that Princeton Research Service has never been wrong on a presiden tial forecast either on a national or state level since it began op erations on April 1 1947 TODAYS STUDY was eon ducted by reporters using the WolfPack Anonymity interview ing technique that guarantees the person questioned that his name and address cannot pos sibly be learned Under this technique reporters work under on the spot supervision Each reporter and supervisor is carefully trained in all phases of occupations and industries as well as in every facet of t h e meaning and importance of each background question asked PRS believes the WolfPack Anonymity on the spot super vision technique is the greatest single breakthrough in the pub lic opinion field since polling be gan It is far more costly than merely telling a reporter to question someone in every sixth homo in a block or some similar direction and requires far more expcrienct and training than any other kind of public opinion research WASHINGTON Ameri can nationals are urged to leave Cuba now the State Department said Thursday Teams from the US Embassy in Havana have visited US residents privately to counsel them to ship their dependents out immediately and to leave themselves unless vital business requires them to stay However informed sources said the recommendation did not apply to the US fam ilies living on the great US naval base at Guantanamo in eastern Oriente province PRESS OFFICER Francis W Tully said that repeated Cuban police harassment of US na tionals made it advisable for them to get out of the country The spokesman said the continu ing attitude of Cuban Premier Fidel Castro and other high of ficials had added to these har assments Travelers from Havana reach ing the US mainland in the past 24 hours described the Cu ban internal political situation as chaotic Conditions in some parts of the interior especially central Cuba were said to be virtually on a war footing A major armed clash between proCastro and antiCastro fac tions was reported Tuesday night in the vicinity of Madruga Matanzas province less than 20 miles from greater Havana HUNDREDS OF political dissi dents were reported to be streaming into the Sierra de Escambray of Las Villas province where an estimated 1000 antiCastro troops are en gaged in guerrilla warfare operations against the regime Tie Cuban government has expelled four embassy attaches in as many weeks and arrested and harassed at least three others ignoring their diploma tic status Repeated US pro tests have either been ignored or received and filed by minor Cubap diplomatic functionaries without reply Spot is but heXdead BURLINGTON Luthy may be alive because of his 3 yearold pointer Spot However Spot is dead be cause he refused to leave the scene of a storage shed fire at the Riverview Boat Club here early Thursday Luthy caretaker of the club was awakened by Spots bark ing and fled from the burning shed where he had been sleep ing The dog left too but Ap parently became confused and went into the blazing structure again when Luthy went to call the fire department HELPING HANDS MONTREAL UP The Inter national Civil Aviation Organi zation reported Thursday its weather ships stretched across the North Atlantic rescued nine persons in 1959 Seven were picked up from wrecked ships and two from military aircraft forced to ditch CLOUDY North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with occasional showers or tliundershqwers Thursday night Partlycloudy Friday Little temperature change Thursday night lows 47 to SO A little warmer Thursday highs in lower 70s Iowa Mostly cloudy Thursday night with widely scattered showers and thunderstorms southeast and extreme north Friday partly cloudy Cooler south andeast Thursday night lows lower 40s northwest to upper 4ps southeast High Fri day lower 70s Outlook for Sat urday Partly cloudy little temperature change Minnesota Clearing continued mild Highs Friday near 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Maximum Minimum 68 44 N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES WASHINGTON Internal Revenue Serv ice said tax stamp raids on gamblers in 38 cities Wednesday led to 93 ar rests and seizure of at least in currency and 12 cars CHICAGO Eisenhower returned to the 1960 presidential campaign limelight Wed nesday for the first time since the Republican Na tional Convention here in July Eisenhower will speak via closedcircuit television to GOP fund raising dinners in 36 cities LEOPOL D V I L L E Congo President Jo seph Kasavubu formally recognized Col Joseph Mobutus council of gov ernment cornmissio n e r s as the provincial govern ment of the Congo UNITED Prince Sihanouk of Cam bodia told the UN Gen eral Assembly that cer tain foreign antiCom munist elements were giving direct support to the revolt against the neutralist government in Laos SAME Mamies mother Iowa native is dead DENVER Colo Doud 82 mother of Mrs Dwight D Eisenhower and a native of Iowa died early Thursday in her sleep at her home here She had been ill for some time The President and Mrs Eisenhower last visited Mrs Doud here July 2731 No and more public relationship between a presi dent and his motherin law probably existed than that be tween Mrs Doud and Eisen hower She lived for some time at the White House and was the first motherinlaw ever to accompany a presidential can didate on his campaign train The President referred to his motherinlaw as Min an expression that Mrs Douds youngest daughter had taken from the comic strip charac ter Andy Gump Mamie wanted her mother to remain at the White House but Mrs Doud clung to her beloved Colorado Mrs Douds youngest daugh ter Frances is Mrs Gordon Moore Washington D C who was here with her moth er One reason for her deci sion to live in Denver iShe said was that Mamie is a worrier and would worry all the time if they lived to gether President Eisenhower is fly ing to Chicago to make a speech and Mrs Eisenhower will accompany him there then fly on to Denver Two other daughters were born to Mrs Doud and her husband John Sheldon Doud who died at the age of 80 in 1951 The two girls between Mrs Eisenhower and Mrs Moore both died in their late teens The surviving daughters and the President were fre quent visitors to the two story brick home in Denver which became known nation ally in 1955 It was there in the early morning hours of Sept 2 1955 that Eisenhower suffered his heart attack Doud was a native of Rome N Y and son of a Chicago meat packer He met his wife then Elivera Mathilda Carl son in a bicycling club to which both belonged at Boone where Doud had gone on busi ness for his father Mrs Doud was the daugh ter of Swedish immigrants who entered this country in 1868 Her father became a successful businessman at Boone where a son Joel now is a banker ELIVERA DOUD Macmillan heckled on podium by Nik FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Britain defended Secretary Gen eral Dag Hanimarskjolds Congo policies Thursday and called for increasing UN powers His General Assembly address touched off another tablepound ing tantrum by Premier Nikita Khrushchev The tantrum degenerated into a shouting and armwaving dem onstration by the Soviet leader when Macmillan referred to Khrushchevs breakup of the Paris summit conference last May Khrushchev exploded at this and yeUed Yes lets talk about Paris Dont send the U2 and dont try to cover up ag gression Macmillan the picture of dig nity in dark blue suit his silver hair gleaming in the bright lights looked down his nose at the Russians antics and con tinued his speech Hotels fed up No welcome mat out for Castro when he returns NEW YORK UPI Therell be no room at still another New York hotel when Cuban Premier Fidel Castro returns to address the U N General Assembly Ownermanager Love B Woods of the Theresa Hotel the WaldorfAstoria of Harlem breathed a weary sigh of relief when Castro checked out Wednesday and said the bearded revolution ary ought to look elsewhere for lodging when he returns here in about ten days The Cuban premier indicated he hadnt been able to fully express himself in his record 4 hour 28 minute U N address Monday and would return to talk some more Castro and his party of 64 moved out of the Theresa with 300 pieces of luggage part of a case of whisky two containers of white mice several threefoothigh teddy bears Castros per refrigerator and hotplate and some chickens he never got around to eating Left behind in the 40 rooms the Cubans rented at a day were empty coffee cans a La Porte City man victim of crash LA PORTE CITY UPI Theodore Johannsen 64 La Porte City was killed Wednes day night when his oil tank truck was in collision with a car and overturned 6Vfe miles northwest of here The driver of the car Mrs Ralph Peters a farm wife and instructor at the local swimming pool was hospitalized juries with serious in On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 Clear Lake News 1011 Comics 12 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets 15 Sports1718 North Iowa News19 AP Pholofax TRIP COMES TO TRAGIC END lives when the craft apparently flew This is the wreckage of the missing into the ground near Newhall in bad plane that was on a flight from Clin weather The plane had been the object ton to Sioux Falls S D Two chiroprac of a search since Friday Story on tors and their receptionist lost their page bunch of wilted daisies scores of cigar butts ground into the floors rice potatoes onions and part of a pumpkin SHORTLY BEFORE Castro left a suspicious looking pack age arrived and the police bomb squad lifted it gingerly to a table to xray and examine it The package contained a big box of flea powder and a note that read you can prob ably use this Outside in the street anti Castro Cubans jubilantly spread disinfectant around and swept tlje area clean This is only the beginning said a spokesman We expect to be back in Cuba to clean up t h e country after Castro the tyrant is no longer there WOODS WHO has always BRIGITTE HUBBY happier days Suicide try by Brigitte MENTON France star Brigitte Bardot found in a coma after trying suicide on ler 26th birthday was recover ing Thursday in a nerve hos pital The St Francis Neurological Clinic in Nice said she slashed her wrists with a razor blade and took an overdose of sleep ing tablets It described her condition as rather alarm ing when brought in NOW SHE IS much better and I think should make a fair y rapid recovery said the clinic director Dr Jacques bent over backwards to make Namin But she is suffering from a very acute nervous de all cornerseven the national pression and we have had to convention of the Communistjjsoiate her completely at his 300room hotel s a i d he vvouldnt take Castro in again unless ordered to by the US State Depart ment Woods thus joined an other hotelman Edward Spatz of Manhattans Shelburn Hotel in slamming the door on the Castro party 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 v If you like to and who doesnt turn to Page 29 The shortsclad body that has made Miss Bardot Frances sex symbol was found under a bush near her Riviera vill where she had been in hiding from her estranged husband Jacques Charrier THE PROPRIETOR of a res taurant where she lunched ouietly Wednesday said she snapped at him Leave me alone I am going to die when he tried to have her photo graphed Brigitte and Charrier were married last year They have one son Nicolas now 8 months old North lowans named to represent 4H AMES young lowans have been selected to represent this state at the National 4H Club conference in Washington next April They are Fred Ell ing Latimer Robert Huddle ston Williams Kathryn Frank enfield Charles City and Flor ine Schulte Norway They were picked from 18 candidates Joice man victim of car crash TITONKA Oscar Calgaard 66 Joice was killed and four other men injured Wednesday in the collision of two ears a a county road intersection 3 miles northeast of here Calgaard was riding in a car driven by his nephew Rober Lowell Calgaard 28 Joice Their car going east collided with a southbound car driven by Ubbe E Ubben 39 Titonka Authorities said both cars plunged into a ditch BOTH DRIVERS and two other passengers in the Cal gaard car were taken to the Buffalo Center hospital James Ostmo 20 Joice was most se riously injured with head injur ies lacerations and shock Jo seph Halverson 40 Lake Mills is in good condition with head injuries Young Calgaard was ireated for multiple lacerations and released Ubben who was alone in his1 car suffered a fractured should er and minor lacerations He is in good condition OSCAR CALGAARD was the son of the late Mr and Mrs Ot to Calgaard of Joice He was married to Martha Reinsmoen Surviving are his wife two sons Roy and Maynard Joice a foster daughter Mrs Vernon Judith Harris Manly seven grandchildren a brother Pal mer Joice and two sisters Miss Minnie Calgaard employed at Waldorf College Forest City and Mrs Jack Menzie Califor nia The display of Russian echnics was heralded by the silence with which Khrushchev met Macmillans introduction All the other delegations ap plauded warmly Khrushchev sat silently When Macmillan began by browing his support to Ham marskjold and rejecting Khrush chevs proposal to abolish the post of secretary general and set up a threeman Communist style presidium in its place the tumult began anew Khrushchev started pounding he table with both fists and made comments out loud in a demonstration that outdid his ablepounding against Ham marskjold himself last week ASTOUNDED delegates turned around and stared It was the first time in memory anyone had been rude enough to shout from the floor at another speaker Macmillan continued un abashed accusing Khrushchev of complete distortion of the world picture in his speech to the assembly last Friday If we are to free mankind from ignorance poverty and fear he said we must at least free ourselves from old and worn out slogans and obso lete battle Let me take a single ex ample Words like imperialism and colonialism have been slung about here without regard to the facts at any rate of mod ern colonial and imperial his tory Mr Khrushchev made great play with this theme but Ms exposition was demonstratably complete distortion MACMILLAN praised Presi dent Eisenhowers program for he United Nations and said it vould increase not reduce the power of the organization to deal Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Anderson Fu neral Home Joice crises as they may arise During Macmillans discussion if disarmament Khrushchev rose to his feet shook his finger and shouted in Russian until ssembly president Frederick H Boland of Ireland rapped him o order Macmillan coldly de manded a translation of Khrush ihevs remarks then resumed ipeaking Macmillan and Khrushchev lad an appointment to get to ether in a private conference ater in the day SHOUTS AT MACMILLAN AP Photofax Soviet Premier Khrushchev waggles a finger and shouts in Russian at Harold Macmillan as the British Prime Minister addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York Sitting calmly beside Khrushchev is Rus sian Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko who appears to be undisturbed by Macmillans remarks In front is the Spanish delegation   

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