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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowag Daily Newspaper for Homt 5 ON CITY GLOBE Tht newspaper that makes all North lowan EDITION VOL 99 AMoeiatetf ud UnlUd Prtw Fun Lew wtwi MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 21 1960 neighbors 7c Paper Consists ot Four Nuclear pool for NATO advocated One Mans Opinion A Radio Commtntary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO tlSOOi pjn WOI AMES pm WTAD Qainoy 930 pm Than WSCI City 910 Sit What about those public opinion polls HOT STOVE LEAGUE this winter is going to have no better subject for discussion than the role of public opinion polls in the United States Cer tainly nothing very conclusive on the subject was developed by the 1960 election other per haps than that when an elec tion is close and public curiosity is highest the polls cant be of any help to you They tell you what you already know Toward the end of the cam paign by reading through the lines one could conclude that John F Kennedys chances were slightly brighter than those of Richard Nixon But the predic tions in most cases were hedged Talk about issues Voters get their way TORRI BENACO Italy UP The puritanical mayor who tried to chase scantily clad foreign tourists out of this resort on the shore of Lake Garda has been chased himself out of of fice The new mayor says he takes a more liberal view of how vacationers may dress Mayor Gino Barbieri was tossed out after a heated local election campaign in which tourists dress was the main issue in this community of 4000 near Verona It began last summer when Barbieri ordered the police to owned lakeside sifesT charging the tourists dressed in an indecent manner The opposition group claimed the village had suffered a heavy fmancial loss from the departure of the campers Souve nir shops put placards in their windows saying This shop has been damaged by Mayor Barbieri The Liberals won at the polls by an overwhelming ma jority The new independent mayor Igino Bonetti promised he would reopen the tent cities come spring No change in policy Johnson Norstad has suggestions about with ifs and ands to such an extent that one was left groping in the darkness A thing not discernible to the voting public is the growing use of polls by political candidates themselves in their quest first for nomination then for elec tion Along with determining where and to what extent they are popular politicos measure the potency of possible cam paign issues The emphasis placed bj Dwight D Eisenhower in 1952 on Korea culminating in hi promise to pay a visit there himself is authoritatively said to have been based on opinion sampling IT HAS BEEN ESTIMATED that Nelson Rockefeller usec more than 134 voter surveys be fore his election in 1958 as gov ernor of New York Contacts with Republican local commit tee members in all the states were an aid in convincing him that he wouldnt have much chance for nomination against Nixon but along with these con To launch porch light campaign Sixty Mason City men will canvass the cjty Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 7 to pm in the Mason City Community Chest porchlight campaign The 20 drivers will be viueJ by lljefour Mason pro FROM OT3E WIEE SERVICES Lauris E Nor stad supreme commander of NATO forces in Europe pro jposed Monday that a pool of nuclear weapons be set up for I the alliance with each of the 15 member countries having an equal voice in control of their use Only the United States and Britain could supply Abombs to such a pool US law would have to be amended to carry out the Norstad plan HIS PROPOSAL was made at the afternoon session of the first day of the sixth annual conference of NATO parliamen tarians after Vice President Elect Lyndon Johnson assured the 200 delegates that the new leadership of the United States would continue allout support of the Atlantic Alliance Norstad told the delegates from 14 of the 15 member na tacts the services of pollsters were utilized John F Kennedy it now de velops has been using private polls ever since his fortunate failure to win the vice presiden tial nomination four years ago Public opinion samplings are credited with helping him form ulate the strategy which enabled him to pull a victory out of the bag over Hubert Humphrey in West Virginia last spring The Presidentelect is known to have been heartened by a Gallup poll which disclosed that whereas in 1940 only 62 per cent of the countrys voters would accept a Catholic President the percentage had risen to 69 per cent by 1955 7 per cent in 15 years Thats when he began thinking in terms of the Presi Photofax FIRST TEST FAILS The rocket which failed in at tempted space capsule launch is shown ready for firing with closeup view of unmanned space capsule and escape tower at right Astronauts watch as test fails FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES CAPE cas seven Mercury astronauts vatched the escape equipment designed to protect their lives n space flight fail Monday as Mercury Redstone rocket malfunctioned on the launching pad There was no man inside the space capsule in Mondays test but all seven of the astronauts picked to ride into space some time next year were on hand to watch it A CLUSTER OF three rockets designed to jerk the onetone ipace capsule free of the giant Redstone in event of major fail ure such as an explosion went service clubs Two Junior Cham ber of Commerce members will accompany each car to stop wherever a porchlight is on to signify that the residents wan to help put the Community Ches over the top THE CANVASSERS will be identified by large Red Feather symbols and lapel badges They will accept cash donations and pledges of future payment Cash donations will be ac counted for in a GlobeGazette listing the following day The men will meet at the YMCA each evening at to receive their assignments and identifications tions Turkp sented apparently not repre because of stilldeveloping internal political he had asked his headquarters to study seven critical points He also listed these other situations The threat against the west ern allies continues politically economically and militarily The NATO shield forces are not only necessary but would be of even greater importance in an area of nuclear warfare PURPOSE OF THE drive is to raise the last needed to put this years Community Chest campaign over the top The entire amount is needed according to P 0 Brunsvold the campaign chairman because budgets were cut to the bone last summer for every one of the Red Feather agencies Fail ure to raise the quota conse quently would require a cutback in services dency Gallup Elmo Roper and all the North Iowa Mostly fair windy by mistake when the Red stone failed to fire The attach POLL CONDUCTORSGeorge ments apparently broke and the escape rockets soared out of rest are a wary group of people For one thing theyre remembering 1948 when Harry Truman made them all look silly On the assumption that the election was in the bag for Tom Dewey Roper quit fore casting five weeks ahead of the election Gallup was in an only slightly less embarrassing posi tion It is not merely that the pollsters lose face with the pub lic Its that their most import and lows warmer mostly Monday night in upper 30s sight leaving the capsule be hind The Redstone was supposed to boost the bellshaped cap sule more than 100 miles into space on a 220mile flight over the Atlantic in Mondays test The flight which would have lasted 16 minutes was the first fullscale trial for the rocket andcapsule combination IF SUCCESS had bicn Tuesday partly cloudy windy and turning colder highs in the 50s Iowa Fair windy and warmer Monday night lows in the 40s Tuesday partly cloudy windy and turning colder highs 40s northwest to the 60s southeast Further outlook Mostly fair and a little cooler Wednes day FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average seven to ten de grees above seasonal normals Cooler about Wednesday Nor mal maximums 36 north to lower 40s south Normal min THE FORCES available to NATO are generally adequate but the quality of their weapons must be improved The deployment of NATO forces must be made adequate with nuclear weapons as re quired Except for the case of imme diate defense against an aggres sion nuclear weapons must be used only after a clear decision at a level higher than that of combat commander Medium range ballistic mis siles must be made available to NATO for land and sea bases JOHNSON SAID the recent election in no sense was a repudiation of President Eisen howers support for the instru ments of mutual strength in Western Europe Johnson stressed that he was speaking as a senator and not specifically outlining policies of the administration of President Elect John F Kennedy How ever Kennedy read the speech when he and Tohnson met last week in Texas While Johnsons appearance here had long been planned he was aware that the US election had elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched especially by Euro peans as the first indication of the new administrations foreign policy MUSICMAN COMES HOME Meredith Willson right leads singing of his mothers favorite hymns inthe Sunday school of Mason Citys First Congrega tional Church During the afternoon he and his wife Rim participated in the dedication of the Kosalie Reiniger Willson Wing The church addition was named in honor of his mother who was Sunday school superintendent there for 40 years Kennedy speeds ans imums near 20 north to mid 20s south Precipitation will ant income comes from busi nesses To go wrong in a big way on a national election is to lose important paying clients This leads to all manner of hedging This year there was great emphasis on the religious achieved a scheduled to chimpanzee was ride a Redstone powered capsule over an iden tical route within two months Then if that was successful an astronaut was to take the same trip in February or March in the first US maninspace at issue the size of the vote fied as undecided and a num No effort to orbit a capsule ber of other imponderables wjn be made until late next There was always the reminder year At lhat Umc a bigger At las booster will be used average threetenths to one half inch occurring as rain last of period j1 Minnesota Continued clear turning cooler Highs Tuesday in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum Troopers really at mercy of the wives D J A M B I South Sumatra commander of In donesian army forces here sternly told his troops they can not have more than one wife because you are in the army now However the command ers order said the restriction would be waived for any soldier who can get a signed statement from his wife saying she doesnt mind Polygamy is per mitted in Moslem Indonesia FOND MEMORIES The carved wooden eagle of the old lecturn of the First Congregational Church where Meredith Willson went three times each Sun day during his childhood now is his Given to him Sunday by Judy Stone in behalf of the trustees of the church it brought back many fond memories to one who had studied that eagle until he knew ev eryfeather of it Story other photos on page N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES SAME WASHINGTON The U S Air Force has denied flatly reports that any British jet bombers packing antiradar devices had flown undetected over U S cities An Air Force spokesman said the RAF had made nine flights into the U S since Nov 12 and all nine were seen by U S radar LONDON The most important Communist summit conference since the war is still in session and was preparing a major manifesto on the future course of international communism according to dip lomatic dispatches from Moscow LONDON The British government has con sented to the U S Ford Motor Companys mil lion bid to buy out minority stockholders in its Brit ish subsidiary proU S ruling conservatives rolled back to control of Parliament Monday but failed to get the allout backing they had asked of the nations voters The nationwide Sunday balloting that returned Prime Minister Hayato Ikedas Liberal Democrats to power showed a conservative majority battling a slowly but steadily increasing leftist minor ity w ifh fop PALM BEACH Fla big task of shifting government control from the Eisenhower ad ministration to the new Demo cratic regime got President elect John F Kennedys person al attention Monday Kennedy conferred most of he day at his Atlantic shore home with Clark Clifford his chief liaison man with the out going Republicans Clifford who served as spe ial counsel to President Harry Truman was picked by Ken nedy shortly after his nomina ion last July to make a study of he problems of transition from ne administration to another CLIFFORD HAD the study veil under way when Kennedy von the Nov 8 election Since hen Clifford has conferred wice with President Eisenhow rs chief aide Wilton B Per ons These conferences and the KennedyClifford talks will be imaxed soon by a meeting oJ he presidentelect and Eisen ower for a top level discussion the changeover Sitting in with Kennedy and in Clifford was Prof Richard Neu stadt of Columbia University Neustadt is a specialist on the problems of government transi tion FROM HIS TWO advisers Kennedy got a list of some 150 top positions for which he will choosing appointees between now and his inauguration Jan 20 or immediately thereafter Hundreds of lesser jobs also must be filled Over the weekend Kennedy di vided his time between rscrea ion and conferences dealing with reorganization of the De fense Department and discus sion of the tense situation in the Caribbean area His house guests were two Democratic senators Stuart Symington of Missouri and George Smathers of Florida Symington secretary of the Air Force in the Truman ad ministration is head of a Ken nedy study committee on Penta gon reorganization Mentioned frequently as a Kennedy choice for secretary of defense Sym ington said he had told the presidentelect he feels he can ae of more help to the new ad ministration by staying in the Senate 2 Lake Mills men killed in accident Vermedal 87 Lake Mills and his son Clar ence 55 of near Lake Mills were killed Saturday afternoon when the car driven by another son Joseph 49 Vinton collided with another auto on Highway 101 near here Highway patrolmen said Ver medal turned left off the high way at a crossroad into the path of an approaching car driv en by Barrel Geltz 18 Bran don Joseph Vermedal was brought to the hospital here with brok en ribs Geltz was treated for a nose laceration andreleased The father and son from Lake Mills were visiting at the Joseph Vermedal home Josephs son had been in the country hunt ing and the three were on their way to meet him and bring him home On the inside EditorialsPage 4 Society News 678 Comics 19 Clear Lake News 13 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets m 15 Sports 1711 News Quia 19 North Iowa News 19 ACTRESS DIES SHARON Conn Phyllis jHavcr 60 actress in the silent film era was found dead in her home Saturday She appeared in such early film classics as What Price Glory and The Way of All Fiesh DIES IN ACCIDENT ONAWA Robert Leo Polly 39 Whiting was killed Sunday when his car crashed into an embankment after miss ing a sharp turn on US 17J here   

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