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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 18, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowan Daily Newspaper Edited for Hit ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors VOL ff AMOdttod Prcu and Cnltcd tnUroitlonal Fun Leaw Wlrtf MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 18 1960 7o a Copy Paper Consists of Two No Successor to carry out my plans Ike FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES RED WING Eisenhower swinging into Min nesota on a nonpolitical tour said Tuesday he is confident the United States will elect a new president who will carry out programs he has started The President also said the nation is determined that its ei forts to seek peace through th United Nations shall not fail Eisenhower flew from Detroi to Minneapolis and then came here to dedicate the million Hiawatha Bridge over the Mis sissippi River joining Minneso ta and Wisconsin Turkish trials watched Whole regime under fire By RICHARD SPONG Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The long awaited trials of officials of th regime of former Premie Adnan Menderes overthrown i the Turkish army coup of Ma 27 now are under way The wholesale Turkish trial are unique For the first tim in history a whole governmen is being brought to the bar o justice Menderes and forme president Celar B a y a r ar among 43 members ofr the form er regime who have been ac cused of high treason and othe offenses for which death is th penalty Some 470 persons will face trial in a th former chief of state dowi through governors prefects and local officials Executions can be expected Indeed the penal code has been change to lift the 65year ag limit for the death penalty Significantly former Presiden Bayar who greatly enrichec himself in the 10 years of pro fligate spending under Men deres is 76 years old THE UNITED States for obvi ous Basons has been watching intently the interim regime o the military junta headed b Gen Cemal Gursel temporarj president and premier Ameri can economic aid to Turkej since 1947 has amounted to ap proximately billion Twice that amount has been should ered into military aid By far the bulk of this was squandered by Menderes anc his pilfering associates Ye Turkey is hardly any closer to a viable economy than it was 12 years ago although one Ameri can observer professes to see the nation hovering on the eco nomic breakthrough point The military investment on the whole is considered sound Turkey which devotes onehalf of its national budget to defense could not maintain a modern national army without consider able outside assistance THE TURKISH army today has 22 divisionscomprising mors than 400000 men the largest land force at the dis posal of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization In time of war Turkey could mobilize about 3 million men The Turkish army is the back bone of the interim regime A 38man military junta does the planning Gursel is not a greal deal more than titular leader When the army took over in May it issuedto the nation a proclamation which declared in part We are loyal to all our alliances and undertakings We believe in NATO and CENTO Central Treaty Organization formerly the Baghdad and we are faithful to them Gen Gursel told his fellow Turks in his first broadcast speech My only aim is to re establish as quickly as possible a clean and honest democratic order in the country and hand over the administration of the state to the will of the people At about the same time he was promising elections within three months NOW IT IS suggested thit elections may be held on the first anniversary of the revolu tion next May 27 or at tha latest by next autumn Despite the pride of the Turkish officers in their country their army and their oath to establish a democratic republic this kind of procrastination is dis tressing tt Turkeys Western North Iowa Mostly cloudy oc casional light rain Tuesday night colder with hard freeze northwest portion low 2634 Mostly cloudy and colder Wed nesday highs 4348 Iowa Cloudy nigh with occasional rain east and south except possibly some light snow extreme northeast much colder with hard freeze northwest and north central lows mid 20s northwest anc north central to near 40 south east Wednesday partly cloudy northwest cloudy east anc south with occasional rain di minishing southeast highs 30s northwest to near 50 southeast Further outlook Partly cloudy and continued quite cold Thursday Minnesota Cloudy much colder Highs Wednesday in 30s GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 32 40 55 29 million taken from safe at home LOS ANGELES MP A million safe burglary was re ported Tuesday by sheriffs deputies Officers said the and taken Monday night from the home of retired Droker Raoul Fernandez 50 Nest Hollywood He is the wid wer of Catherine Johnson Ihandler Fernandez described as an heiress to the Coca Cola ortune She died four years go The haul consisted of approxi mately million worth of ewelry and million in stock f the soft drink firm said Lt Lee Bergman of the sheriffs etective bureau He said the tock was nonnegotiable The burglary took place while ernandez who lives alone was ut to dinner He said he had ery little insurance on the ewelry After discovering the bur lary he said he checked all oors of his threefloor apart ment and found them locked but ound a screen removed from guestroom window leading to sun deck on the third floor Landing in Red Wing by heli copterthe President steppe out into chilly weather barelj above freezing He was immediately sur rounded by ing Sen Hubert H Humphrey o Minnesota Orville Freeman Rep Lester Johnson DWis and Wisconsins lieutenant gov ernor Philleo Nash THERE ARE some Demo crats in this area Humphrey told Eisenhower Too many the Presiden answered Rep Albert H Quie RMinn who rode tp Red Wing from the Twin Cities in the presidentia helicopter and Rep Walter Judd RMinn keynoter at the GOP convention last summer joined Eisenhower on the speak ers platform The president rode bare headed in an open car despite the cold wind He wore i muffler and gray topcoat how ever to ward off the chill Crowds spilled a full block away from the speakers plat form in Red Wing Police esti mated the throng at 25000 to 30000 in the city of 10574 popu lation In his brief stop at Minneap olis the Chief Executive said he is confident the American people will elect leaders who will arry out the programs de veloped in the last eight years THESE PROGRAMS have not Iways been successful he said but they will be improved under the leadership you have he right to choose The president warning against istcning to doom peddlers said it would be idle to say his country is not proud of it self and cant hold its head up anywhere in the world As long as we lead other jeople to freedom and pay our ills we are doing what needs to be done he said The country is not as bad off as some would like us to believe Eisenhower although he did not mention Sen John F Ken nedy by name referred to Re jublican claims that Kennedy n his campaign speeches has shown an apologetic attitude oward this nations accomplish ments The President called for a ceaseless struggle to strengthen and assure success of the United Nation target of Soviet Premier Khrushchevs bitter attacks We dare not stumble Eisen lower declared in asserting that he United Nations offers the oundation for elimination of the causes of war Harper area man dies under tractor WASHINGTON Iowa GWLa fern John Striegel 24 of near Harper was killed Tuesday morning in a tractor accident vhile helping in corn picking perations Authorities s a i c triegel apparently braked too ard and turned too fast in com ng from afield and the tractor overturned on him RETURN HOME COPENHAGEN Denmark Iff Frederick IX and Queen Ingrid arrived home by plane Tuesday from their twoweek tour of the United States AP Photofax EXPELLED FROM American tour ists Harvey C Bennett 26 left Tracy Calif and Mark I Kaminsky 28 of the Niles Mich area are shown at a news conference in Vienna Both were ex pelled from the Soviet Union after being held incom municado for seven weeks Negro would get a Cabinet job with GOP Lodge says ALBANY NY Cabot Lodge promised Tuesday that if Vice President Richard M Nixon were elected presi dent there would be a Negro in the cabinet If Nixon is elected there will be a Negro in the cabinet This is a promise Lodge told reporters But later he said it was his guess The former ambassador to the United Nations had drawn a storm of debate over state ments he made in Harlem and Virginia concerning a Negro in the Cabinet There were differ ing interpretations of the state ments Lodge Republican candidate for vice president said ap pointment of a Negro to the cabinet would do enormous good for US foreign relations and also would be fulfillment he had the right as a citizen to of our national purpose Later in a television inter view in Schenectady Lodge said he could not promise there would be a Negro since the president would make the ap pointment But I believe it will happen if Richard Nixon is he said I will make that guess Lodge said that on this issue On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 891011 Sports 13 Comics 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Clear Lake News 18 Farm News 19 North Iowa News 22 not to plead guilty Russ advised teachertourist VIENNA Austria young American teacher convicted by Soviet court as a spy said Tuesday he pleaded guilty to es pionage charges because the lussians told him he would get a light sentence The teacher Mark I Kamin ky 28 of near Niles Mich was sentenced Sept 16 to seven years imprisonment The sen tence was suspended and he was expelled from the Soviet Union where he had been touring with a companion Kaminsky said he was not bad ly even got into long discussions with the prosecutor on who would win the US his trial was carefully managed by the Rus sians They gave me a lawyer he said He was not of much as sistance but he cheered me up He advised me to confess to the charge wholeheartedly and tell N ews ina utshell AP PhotofM CASEY TELLS THE Casey Stengel who n 12 years as manager of the New York Yankees won 10 American League pennants and seven world series tells newsmen that he has been fired by the York club Stengel said he was told it was be cause of his age He is 70 No successor to the job was named immediately Details on sports FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Postmaster Gen Arthur Summerfield says a clerical error was re sponsible for circulation of a press release which a Democratic senator called a serious and il legal misuse of the mails Olin D Johnston DSC said Summerfield had used postagefree franked mail for a po litical attack on Sen John F Kennedy way management and operating brotherhoods agreed to submit their dispute over work rules to a presidential com mission This removes a continuing threat of a nationwide strike over what railway manage ment describes as feath erbedding meaning forced use of unneces sary workers or payment of wages without a com mensurate return in services VIENNA Austria The Orient Express a favorite setting for ad venture and spy fiction is discontinuing its Vien na Budapest Bucharest run Some days the Aus trian railroad adminis tration announced there wasnt a single passen ger Pre mier Paul Keynaud told the National Assembly he believes President Ei senhower will invite France to share Ameri can nuclear secrets after the Nov 8 presidential election Bulletin WASHINGTON UPS Agriculture Department Tues day removed all acreage re strictions on the 1M1 sugar boot crop It will be the first time in seven years that beet sugar output will not be re stricted under tho svgar trol proflram AP Photofax IMPASSIONED ORATORY Sen John Kennedy gestures dramatically as he stresses a point in speak ing on the Courthouse steps at Dayton Ohio He charged the present administration with blunders that cost this country its interAmerican leadership and opened the way for Communist infiltration US to resume financial aid to Laos army WASHINGTON United States has resumed its program of financial aid to the neutralist government of Lao and will pay salaries of the roops which helped put it in power The resumption order was nnounced Monday night a shorl ime after the Soviet Union had isclosed an offer to fill inancial gap left by suspension f U S payments State Department officials aid the decision to resume the 46millionayear military aid rogram was based on talks in rientiane last week between aos neutralist Premier Sou anna Phouma and J Graham arsons assistant secretary of tate for the Far East Suspension of the aid pro ram was formally announced ct 7 It had been indicated arlier as the result of a con ict between troops of rightist Gen Phoumi Nosavan and those ollowing paratroop Capt Kong The captain had led an 9 coup which ousted the ro Western government of raos and installed the neutral st government SAME the court I felt very remorseful He stressed the part about re morseful time and again Kaminskys traveling compan on Harvey C Bennett 26 Tracy Calif who was expelled with him also denied the an nouncement by Moscow radio that he had denounced Ka minsky as a spy during the trial The pair arrived in Vienna Monday night coming via Czechoslovakia They told the US consulate they would leave for the United States as soon as possible THE TWO MEN at first re fused to see newsmen but US Embassy officials later per suaded them to hold a news conference to tell their side oi the story They told me it would be foolish not to plead guilty Ka minsky told newsmen I was gathering information for a Dook on the subject The Soviet Union Talks Peace While Pre paring for War They took my lotebook from me and said the nformation I had been gather ing on such facts as that there are soldiers everywhere in Rus sia was espionage under Soviet give his opinion as to the wis dom of appointing a Negro to the Cabinet He said Nixons policy was that he would not make any commitments on Cabinet appointments at this time Lodge had been asked to com ment on a charge by a Negro congressman that he had re neged on a pledge to have a Negro in the Cabinet THE DEMOCRATIC congress man Rep Charles Diggs of Michigan also said Monday that the highest Negro appointment of the Eisenhower administra tion had been nullified when tbe appointee was fired to give job to one of Lodges sons Lodge said this charge was not true I would have heard of it if it were true he said Diggs said in Washington Monday that J Ernest Wilkins assistant sec retary of la b o r was thrown out so George C Lodge could have the 000 a year post As for Diggs charge that aw The name Powers U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers popped up many times In fact they said Powers was in the air on the ground KAMINSKY smiled often dur ng the news conference He said he was sometimes ques ioned eight hours a day Bennett said I explained to he Russians that Mark was Ariting a book and that was vhy he gathered information But I had to agree that this vas not the sort of activity that a normal tourist would do However I never denounced Mark We agreed before they eparated us that I would stay ut of the whole thing HMMMM DALLAS Texas LODGE osmopolitan Club of Dallas is las R Morris 20 was found as elling bags of chewy Halloween andy to raise money to pay or dental work on needy chil ren Lodge had reneged on a prom ise of a Negro in the Cabinet Lodge said How could I renege I cant appoint members of the Cabi net THEN LODGE added that ho would make this promise that if Nixon were elected there will be a Negro in the Cabinet At Williamsport Pa Sen Lyndon B Johnson the Demo cratic vice presidential nomi nee said no Cabinet post should be earmarked for a Ne gro just because of his race Personally I dont think a mans race religion or section of birth should bar him from any post for which he is quali fied Johnson told a crowd of some 500 persons But he continued neither do I think that a Cabinet post should be set aside for a Negro any more than I think it should be set aside for a Texan a Baptist or a Catholic Nixon himself flew to Florida toughened fighting form marked by a new peak in the ntensity of his attacks on Sen Kennedy The issue of defending he Nationalist Chinese islands of Quemoy and Matsu remained a focal point of Nixons assault as the Republican candidate made a bid for Floridas 10 electoral votes 3 jail escapees held at Waterloo WATERLOO UPI Three young men who escaped from the Fort Dodge jail Sunday night were captured here Tues day The trio who had lowered themselves to the ground from the second floor of the jail on a rope made from blankets was captured in the Russel Lamson Hotel FUMES FATAL CENTERVILLE phyxiated Tuesday in a combi nation garage and workshop where he had been working on his car Gave ride to Kennedy Air chief defies governor LINCOLN Neb Dwight Burney fired State Aeronautics Director Jack D Obbink late Monday but Ob bink refused to give up his Im not leaving Ob bink said Burnty Republican who took over as governor on the death of Democrat Ralph Brooks said he fired Obbink because of a Sept 24 plane trip on which Robert Ken nedy brother of Democratic presidential nominee John F Kennedy was given a ride to Kansas City Kennedy had been campaigning in Ne braska Burney sent Obbink a letter via his chauffeur which said Obbinks services are no longer required after today Obbink a Democratic ap pointee of Brooks said he re ceived the letter but I will not give up anything in the Department of Aeronautics I am director of the depart ment and I will operate it ex actly as I have before Burney said of Obbink re fused to leave his office it would be a matter for the Ne braska attorney general Ob bink replied he had conferred with a Lincoln attorney Jo seph Ginsberg about his status In a statement Obbink said it is standard procedure to schedule trips to give rides to people who have no state business and Burney has himself taken part in such flights It seems strange ta me that this question now should arise Obbink previously had said the flight was set up to duct official business and that Kennedy was offered the since he had missed a com mercial airline connection and the state plane wai go ing to Kansas City anyway   

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