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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idltod for tat MASON CITY GLOBE The newspaper that makes all North lowans VOL 91 Associated Preii and UnitedPrest International rap Lean Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 I960 neighbors 1 17c Paper Consists o Four Oat N030T Bucs win opener butchutist loses PITTSBURGH UPI A McKeesport Pa man tried to beat the gate at the World Series opening game Wednesday by parachuting from a plane circling Forbes Field A gust of wind caught the chute of the jumper Jack 30 and he landed on the edge of the roof of aware house across the street from the field Police picked him up on a disorderly conduct charge and he sat out the game in a nearby precinct station Heatherington a member of the Pittsburgh Skydivers Club said he made the leap after betting a friend he could get into the park without a ticket Oh yes Pittsburgh won the first game with the New York Yankees 64 Details on sports Kennedy hits joblessness Cupid and stork hurt the draft By NORMAN RUNNION WASHINGTON UPI A qualified 18yearold has about one chance in 10 of escaping the draft unless he gets help from both cupid and the stork the Defense Department says In a study of manpower re quirements for the armed serv ices it said chances are good that a young married man with children will escape the draft With rare exceptions no fathers have been called up since 1955 Even for the unmarried man chances are slightly better than in previous years that he will avoid the uniform The Defense Departm e n t study said that by mid1963 only 5000 out of 115 million qualified 26yearold single men will have avoided military service IN 1958 the figure was only 647 out of 11 million 26year olds The present military manpow er level is 25 million men The rough estimate is that the serv ices will need 500000 m e n a year including those who serve in six month training programs About 90000 of these will come from the draft and the rest through volunteers In the late 1960s a greater number of men will reach mil itary age This will mean that if other circumstances remain un changed chances will be even better that some qualified 18 to26yearolds will miss being drafted although the figure may not exceed 10 per cent of the group THIS YEAR 143 million men reached the age of 18 compared with 129 million last year Next year the figure will be 148 mil lion although in 1962 the figure will drop slightly to 143 million These men should be more than enough to fill the draft re quirements However 33 per cent of them will be rejected for physical or mental reasons An other 10 per cent including sci entists and engineers may be deferred for reasons in the na tional interest About 10 or 12 per cent will be deferred because of early par enthood THIS LEAVES less than half of the age group available for duty As the manpower situation eases the draft age goes up A few years ago 20yearolds were being called This yearT selec tive service boards are tapping 23yearolds The rise in the draft age con tributes toward raising the number of deferments for par enthood This year there were 120000 such deferments EVANSVILLE Ind John F Kennedy in one of hi sharpest attacks so far saic Wednesday a million workers have lost their jobs because o policies backed by Vice Presi dent Richard M Nixon Republican unemployment Kennedy called it The Democratic presidential nominee chose this section which has been hit hard by clos ing factories to lash out at GOP economic at Nixon IN HIS SPEECH Kennedy claimed Nixon has said You never had it so good after traveling through distressed areas I say Mr Nixon has looked but he has not seen He has heard but he has not listened Kennedy said When it comes to our econ omy he sees no evil hears no evil speaks no evil Even though it has but 13 elec toral votes Indiana has become a political battlefield this year Nixon has been here three times Henry Cabot Lodge his running mate has been here once Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas the Democratic vice presidential nominee has also paid one visit This is Kennedys first trip but he gave Indiana the full treatment AT NEW YORK meanwhile Mixon kicked off a day of cam paigning in New York City with he assertion he can win the presidency if most GOP ment Ders more than half of the in dependent voters and 20 per cent of the Democrats support lim The Republican presidential nominee buoyed by what he de scribed as a tremendous re ception in doubtful New Jersey Tuesday hit a nonpartisan note in speaking at a breakfast meet ing of party workers Enthusiastic Republicans over flowed a 2000 seat ballroom to cheer Nixon and Mrs Nixon ustily The vice president was ntroduced by Gov Nelson A Rockefeller once his opponent or the Republican nomination Speaking directly to Nixon courage Dick Nixon and Cabot Rockefeller said We need lead ership of understanding and Lodge can give it to us 11 perish in plant blast KINGSPORT Tenn m A savage claimed 11 ives and left at least 60 others njured ripped through a sprawl ng chemical plant here Tuesday and rocked this upper East Ten nessee city of 26000 people Officials of the Tennessee Eastman Corp began probing smouldering rubble of the smashed section of the 400acre lant in an effort to determine he cause The explosion occurred in the acid division of the analine proc essing section where dyes are made PLANES WRECKAGE RAISED The tail section of an Eastern Air Lines turboprop Electra is raised from shal low water at edge of Boston harbor The Southbound plane crashed mo AP Photofax ments after takeoff with toll of 61 lives Small sloop in foreground is moored off Cottage Park Yacht Club nearest point to crash scene Electro crash brings demands for inquiry BOSTON UP Investigators probed the wreckage of a four engine Eastern Airlines trans port Wednesday as search con Snued for more victims of New Englands worst air crash Only 11 of the big airliners 72 occu pants survived The plane plunged into a nar row harbor bay between Logan Airport and the town of Win hrop just after takeoff Tuesday evening The huge craft split in wo and sank in comparatively shallow water Most of the pas sengers were trapped in their seats Garner man hurt in collision of two trucks GARNER Ronnie Woiwod Garner was taken by ambu ance to the Hancock County Memorial Hospital Wednesday morning following a collision of a gravel truck and a pickup truck east of here on Highway 18 The pickup being driven west by Woiwod went out of control and collided with a gravel truck going east driven by Ron Yohn also of Garner The pickup was demolished and Woiwod was pinned in ftie wreckage Yohn was not injured The accident was investigat ed by sheriffs officials and the Highway Patrol No charges were filed Woiwod was reported in fair condition with undetermined in juries at the hospital Some of the dead floated to the surface like corks There was a scene of horror in the setting sun as lifeless bodies strapped to seats drifted toward the muddy shore at low tide LIGHTERS LIFTED the broken plane parts to the sur face and skindivers resumed the search for possibly 10 more bodies There were 51 bodies in the Boston mortuary 48 of which were identified All 11 survivors including the planes two stew ardesses were in hospitals Many were in critical condition The Electras plunge was the second crackup involving this type of plane within three weeks and brought demands for an investigation It also was the first fatal crash of a commer cial plane at the airport TO DATE THERE have been five fatal crashes of Electras with a total loss of life of 223 Lockheed Aircraft Corp mak ers of the plane had announced a million modification pro gram to strengthen the plane structure and to return them to normal operations As the Civil Aeronautics Board ordered seven investiga ors to the scene Rep Steven SAME DATE1959481 starlings could have caused thejmillan may be due for a sur brash some officials said The Prise in the attitude of the next remains of some 200 birds were found on the runway and it was held possible that they had been caught in the jet engines dis rupting airflow and causing a B Derounian RNY called for a congressional inquiry Rep Vance Hartke DInd calling for corrective action by the Federal Aviation Agency said struc tural deficiencies found in this airplane have not been cor rected A huge flock of migrating Summit talks in Spring is Nikitas goal Appears sure of success NEW YORK Pre mier Khrushchev appears to be lieve the next United States president will swiftly agree to meet with him at a brand new Big Four summit conference on world problems This Khrushchev view appar ently explains why the Soviet leader appeared happy with the results of his cold war talk with Britains Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Tuesday in sharp contrast with the British A British spokesman said aft erward there has been virtu ally no change in the rival Khrushchev Macmillan views about how to crack the East West disarmament deadlock BUT KHRUSHCHEV surpris ingly termed the results very productive Tuesday night at a gala reception he gave for 400 top diplomatic guests he repeated this view The Soviet leader chatting with newsmen pointed to an 01 painting showed on an the wall icechoked which river melting under a warm spring time sun Macmillan told him he said that the painting represents Britains views about the future of WesternSoviet relations Khrushchev as well as Mac 2 girls injured at Charles City CHARLES CIT YTwo Charles City young people Jan ice Starkey 14 and Joan Stark ey 17 were in the Cedar Valley ffospital here Wednesday with undetermined injuries received when a car driven by John Keith Ferch 16 and a pickup truck collided at an intersection Both he car and truck ended up on heir tops The girls were rid ing in the Ferch car Itll be a dogs life after Jan 1 Mason Citys rapidlygrowing dog population will have to be leashed up beginning Jan 1 under a new ordinance adopted by the city council The ac tion culminated weeks of controversy by dog owners on one hand and property owners on the other By now we all know what the humans think of the situa tion But to get the angle of those most directly con cerned the animals themselves the Globe Gazettes photographers were assigned a doginthe street interview and poll Their findings are printed below American president toward a summit parley Neither Vice President Richard M Nixon or Sen John F cam paign given any sign he would rush to a summit meeting KHRUSHCHEVS bitter anti Western offensive at the United Nations might make them even more reluctant to sit down with Khrushchev without advance signs that such talks would be productive A neutralist resolution urging a meeting between Eisenhower and Khrushchev came up for discussion in the UN General Assembly Wednesday even though both leaders have ex pressed strong distaste The five sponsors pressed ahead never theless hoping that an over whelming vote in favor of the meeting may change the posi tions Eisenhower and Khrush chev have stated The New York Herald Trib une reported that Macmillan and Khrushchev prepared the ground for a spring summit meeting possibly in Geneva Khrushchev reportedly wanted the meeting in January or Feb ruary immediately after Eisen howers successor is inaugu rated But Macmillan argued that the new president should have more time to settle into his new office BIG FIRE LOSS ISKENDERUN Turkey Firefighters Wednesday ap peared to have controlled a blaze that gutted a huge US military supply depot in this port city in southeastern Tur key Damage was estimated at to WARM North Iowa Clearing with con siderable fog likely late Wed nesday night and Thursday forenoon Continued mild Lows Wednesday night in the 50s Highs Thursday in lower 70s Iowa Gradual clearing Wednes day night and Thursday with considerable fog across state Thursday morning Continued mild Lows Wednesday night 40s west to near 50 east Highs Thursday 70s northeast to near 80 southwest Further cloudy and continued mild Friday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 6 to 8 degrees above normal Thursday through next Monday with little daily change until turn ing somewhat cooler at the end of the period Normal highs are from the mid 60s in the north to near 70 in the south Normal lows are from the lower 40s in the north to near 50 in the south Rainfall will be quite light and of little consequence Minnesota Clear and pleas ant Highs Thursday 6272 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am 69 50 56 Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 60 43 On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 8 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Clear Lake News 14 Society News 2021 Sports 2324 Comics Scathing attack on Nik UNITED NATIONS NY Australian Prime Minister Rob ert G Menzies Wednesday de nounced Soviet Premier Khrush chev as a hypocrite and ap pealed to the newly admitted nations of Africa not to heed his voice In a speech for the UN Gen eral Assembly the Australian leader accused Khrushchev of trying to inflame the minds of the new leaders of Africa with shopworn slogans of imperial ism and colonialism I VENTURE to say it is an act of complete hypocrisy for a Communist leader to denounce colonialism as if it were an evil characteristic of the Western powers when the facts are that the greatest colonial power now existing is the Soviet Union it self Menzies declared He said President Eisenhower had taken a high line in op posing efforts of the Communist world to putthe African states in their own sphere of influence HE SAID in effect and I most respectfully agree that we are not to look at our new col leagues as if they were voters to be collected or as pawns in a vast international game but as independent coequal and Menzies added The new nations have not won their freedom only in order to barter it away It is offensive to them to regard them as po tential satellites The Menzies attack was the strongest yet mounted against the Communists by any repre sentative of the nonCommunist world It came in the midst of talk about new EastWest ap proaches toward a climate for negotiation News in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES r JOHANNESBURG South Africa 1 Long lines of South Africans voted Wednesday on the national ist governments plan to make this member of the British Commonwealth a republic The by Britishdescended result in South Africas being turned out of Britains multiracial family of nations LOS ANGELES Exmobster Mickey said he was considering wilful deportation from the United States because of what he called injustice Cohen recently indicted by a federal grand jury on a 13counts charging he owes the government 000told of his arrest last week during a trip to New York on a charge of consorting with known criminals BOSTON Bernard Goldfine 70yearold indus trialist charged with federal tax evasion was ordered committed to a mental institution to be examined as to his mental competence to face trial SCARBOROUGH England Labor party lead er Hugh Gaitskell suffered a major policy defeat at the partys annual conference when delegates voted in favor of Britain eliminating all nuclear arma ments THIYRf tARKINS UP THI TRIE WHIRRS MY OLD SANDIOXT HOW CAN ANYONE CALL Ml Of PINftVlf MY KINGDOM FOR A HYDRANT IM FEELING MIGHTY LOW IM GLAD I ALWAYS GIT LOST WHIN I LEAVI THf YARD   

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