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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 15, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited foe OM H I NEWS P AMR THAT ALL IOW A NS N I IGH I O ft S VOL LXIV Associated Prew United Full t Copy I MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 15 Paper CoatMi OM Dulles Blasts Red Diplomacy Mi MASTERS OF DECEIT Organize to Get Control of Our Nation Regardless of figures purporting to show that the membership and influence of the Communist Party USA is in decline and the impression that Communists themselves are endeavoring to create by devious means the danger to the United States from masterRed plot ters of hidden infiltrators or invaders is as great as ever it is declared by the man in the best position to know J Edgar Hoover the director of the FBFsince 1924 In opening chapters of his bestseller new book Mas ters of Deceit Hoover traces the origins of the Commu nist worldwide conspiracy and tells of his early observa tions of the Communist Party USA beginning in 1919 when as Special Assistant to the AttorneyGeneral of US he was assigned to prepare a legal brief on the new formed Communist Party arid Communist Labor Party The second installment of Masters of serialized in the GlobeGazette follows There are five principal areas or circles oFcommunist thought control that should be thoroughly understood These are the keys to communist mobilization to achieve control of the United States First Party Members The area of highest thought control which is the core of communist strength is the Party mem bership These individuals after indoctrination become fullfledged The Party member must be completely obedient that is the haU mark of Party lifeV Very clearlyhe is a of the Party POLICY is v builtaround Party membership The trained member is one on whom Full Gas Tax Check Planned Will Go Over All Back Files DES MOINES direc tor of the Iowagas tax division said Tuesday he will make a record by record check of back tax files to uncover of poor collection policies George Marchi wasordered las week by State Treasurer M L Abrahamson to investigate the collection practices in the depart ment before Marchi took over last year Marchi was to give a weekly progress report onhis investi gation to Abrahamson Gov Her schel C Loveless and the spe cial legislative investigation com mittee HE SAID he would either add additional help or use some of his present investigators to do the checking of back files I dont know just how Ill do it or how long it will take after all this is the first time this sort of a check has been made Marchi said The department was rocked re cently by disclosures that the state hadnt alwaysreceived all the gasoline tax that was due it in the past Marchis tax collec the i Party depends to es pionage derail a and organize riots If asked gun in hand to assault the Capitol of the United States he will be ex pee ted to obey members a r K today working to a Soviet America some in undercover as some in communist front organizations others as Party officials They of feflsive shock troops confident ly expecting that the precise mo ment will arrive when conditions will make feasible the revolution ary overthrow of our government If the Party desires to under take a certain task Party mem bers seen or unseen will be the leaders Suppose that a commu nist front is to be started that is an organization which is to be maneuvered by the Party A communist sympathizer may be named president but a Party member will probably be execu imers others are new recruits All of them igrew up in capitalist society Many still show theef ectsof their ng especially the younger ones Thatis why they slacken once in a while They think for them selves theyput selfbefore Party THESE INSTINCTS must be pounded out and communist thoughts instilled Communists are not born they are made For example A Party leader in the Deep South was angry He was talking to a member who had slipped a little This individual was not giving his best effort to the Party although he Jiad been iri the Party for 12 years and had fought in Spainwith the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Work harder for the Party was the leaders theme Youve got more time to the tions during the first three months of this year were over the same period last year al though less gasoline was sold in Iowa Marchi said the results of his investigations wont be made pub lic officials get their copies ofthef progress re port JThen if they make it public they can said MONDAY the supervisor of state office audits M BBoIem said there was no laxity in his departments past col lections Bolsem said an audit of the treasurers office which will be J Willing to Talk on W aid Projects WASHINGTON Ifl r President Eisenhower Tuesday vetoed a bill authorizing futureconstruction of billion dollars worth of water projects The President said in a r mes sage lo Congress that the1 bill had he sljjned would have ihe1 most of State Dulles Tuesday accused imporlant governmental policies the Soviet Union of having in the field of VMer resources baiiched and prostituted interna dcyelopmpnt tionai diplomacy and peacemate Eisenhower vetoed a similar ing processes for propaganda riversand harbors project bill In Pwposcs v August1956 after Congress had Soviet propaganda use of let Big Three Plan Readied x WASHINGTON tfl Secretary adjourned Eisenhowers objections were similar to those hcnsot up against the 1958 It disrogard ed or bypassedjudgments of the responsible agencies of govern ment concerned Republican lenders had hinted after their regular weekly White House conference Tuesday morn ing that Eisenhower might veto tho water bill v At Ihe snme lime they left open the possibility he would take similar action on the new highway measure which has to be vetoed by Wednesday midnight or al lowed to pass Both bills had been hailed by congressional sponsors as anti recession weapons Governor Will Speak at Dinner for Democrats CHARLES CITY Gov Her released soon will show that tive secretary placed there to Party than youre doing now And starve answered the ther man Ive got to keep my ob I cant make a living just oing Party work control policies OR SUPPOSE a giant rally for peace is to be held The plat form will glitter with noncom munists But a communist mem b e r on hand will control the agenda The strength of this inner circle the realbackbone of communist striking power lies not in num bers but in organized deception Following Lenins teachings the Party is a compact and highly mobile group that can strike quickly with great fury often achieving objectives unwar ranted by its numbers Todays membership is hard well trained and disciplined The weak fainthearted and skeptica have beenpurged Those who re main faithful to the Party are dedicated to the communist rev olution They are willing to sac rifice everything for it Here is an actual case A PARTY MEMBER was given a special assignment The firs step was to drop everything anc go into hiding That was all h was told He obeyed He took an other name moved away Tinr passed The children began t ask Whereis Daddy Th mothers answer He is dead You dont have a daddy This is the fanaticism of th trained member To be obedient however is no enough This select group o Party members must be mad superobedient meaning subserv ent beyond the hope of return They must be constantly whippe into a state of frenzied enthus asm and neverbe allowed to re lax Let your wife work retorted he official Thatll hold you for a while or borrow money if need C SHE CANT make nough Besides she wants to teep house Can AR i 16 lies critically wounded on the by three youtlia believed to be members landing of aBronx apartment house early bf arrival teenage gang founded aft6r being hit in the abdomen youths friends stand behind i kneeling by a shotgun blast Hetold police officersOne of the boys right prays had been forced to go into the building for the injured boy iLoveless will be in Charles City Jo speak Democratic fund raising dinne at the Moose Lodge John L Howe chairman of the Demo crnlic Central Committee said 9 dinner was lo be served at pm x exchanged with President Eisenhower Dulles said is de stroying one the frail reeda upon which peace restsi He said the Kremlin is then fore endangering peace Dulles told a news conference US British and French ambas sadors might open presummit talks in Moscow date suggested by Russia But he Said he was not sure because a note replying to Russias state ment of terms for negotiationj has not been completed In advance of his news confer ence it was indicated the West ern reply would go to Moscow Tuesday or Wednesday The formula put together by the United Stales Britain and France was approved Monday y the 12 other Atlantic Pact Ida Ions at Paris f l Briefly stated it was under stood to go along with theSoviet proposal that the Big Four am iassadors start talking over in Moscow Thursday But it was described as dead set every dollar the state collected was accounted for However he said his auditors didnt check the activities of field collectors for the gas tax divi sion We dont have nearly enough auditors for that he said State Auditor Chet Akers earli er offered Abrahamson all the auditcrs he would need to com plete the check of back records in the gas tax division 3 Take 5th on Union Beating Quiz WASHINGTON in vestigating alleged rule of Phila delphia Teamsters Union affairs through violence bumped into Fifth Amendment pleas Tuesday by three men accused of having fcbfes Built by Efforts of Foresf Cityaris Shes a drawback flashed he leader adefinke hindrance What are yougoing to do stand up for the Party or your wife The question was direct The ndividual answered W h a t do you want me to do Divorce my wife 1 If your marriage is such that you cant work for the Party came the reply Id seriously consider divorce The communist leader rammed lome his point Im working all the time so much that I can iiardly sleep nights You cant allow personal problems to r take your mind off theParty Youve got to fight that kind of pressure Your allegiance to the Party comes first I never let my wife interfereShe knows her place SECOND Concealed Party Members Another area dominat ed by communist thought control consists of the concealed com munist the individual who though accepting Party discipline does not wish his affiliation to be publicly known The concealed communist be cause he is not known as a com munist can often advance the Partys cause among people and brutally beaten a unionist Vincent A Minisci pointed to the three men in the Senate R a c k e t s Committee hearing room and said they beat him as an aftermath to a 1954 union elec1 tion The three summoned to the witness stand and asked whether they had perpetrated the act read from a slip of paper to in voke the Constitutions protection against selfincrimination They identified themselves as Arthur Miller of Pinehill N J and Joseph Cinders Cendrowski and Arman Palermi both of Philadelphia They refused to tell the special investigating committee whether Ray Cohen a lieutenant of Team ster President James R Hoffa had paid them money after the beating By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor FOREST CITY Iowa Gov Herschel Loveless dedicated the new Modernistic Indus t r i e s trailer factory in ceremonies at Forest City Tuesday morning Gov Loveless told a crowd gathered on the Court House lawn that the factory is an ex ample the rest of the state can in bringing new industry to their towns The most outstanding thing about this factory Loveless said is that it came about through thecooperation of all the people of Forest City THE REST OF the state can learn a lesson from you he con tinued and that lesson is that ve must all work together If Iowais to progress we must find new areas of employment This youhave done The factory istwothirds owned by over 200 Forest City stock holders The other onethird is owned by C T McCreary presi dent of Modernistic Industries with plants operating in Love land Colo and San Jose Calif HAVE THE potential in Forest City to make it the travel trailer capital of the Midwest McCreary told the gathering Both the Governor and McCreary were introduced by Henry CNel son state representative from Forest City The dedication ceremonies fol lowed a guided tour of the factory by LovelessHe was accompanied on the tour by Leonard Zwnan plant manager and Robert Can non representative from theIowa Development Commission Loveless saw the workers at the plant construct one of the 15 foot A jo trailers that the plant hopes to make 1200 ojt this year AFTER THE TOUR Jie Gover nor headed a parade through the Forest City business district The Forest City High School march Ing band furnished the music and several Forest City merchants had units in the parade The plant has been operating about a month and already has orders for over half of the trailers i will be to make this year Drdcrs have been taken from as ar away as Ankara Turkey The Forest City Development Commission raised to get the factory to Forest City John K Hanson a member of the board of directors of Industries went to the National Mobile Homes Manufacturers Show in Elkhart Ind in order to get information about the in dustry Some Party members are old CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 SAME The Weather Mason City Fair and mild Tuas day night and Wednesday Low Tuesday night 3538 High Wednesday in low 70s Iowa Fair and mild Tuesday night and Wednesday Low Tuesday night 3542 High Wednesday in 70s Further out and mild Thursday Minnesota Mostly fair GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 70 Minimum 37 At 8 a m 54 YEAR AGO Maximum 49 Minimum 32 againsUthe conditions laid down by ttie Soviet Union THESE CONDITIONS are that the ambassadors and the Big Four foreign ministers if they too gather together mustdiscuss only technical details not the world dividing issues them selves That Moscow says should be left entirely to the heads of government at a sum mit Further the Soviets want a firm date in advance for the summit v The Allies are reported agree able to starting ambassadorial talks in Moscow Thursday That date fits in with their suggestion Lhnt late Aprilwas a goodtime to get things rolling But they are reported telling Moscow in their new note that a delay of a week 6r 10 days might help matters If THE SOVIET UNION insists on a Thursdfiy U S Am bassador Llewellyn Thompsoa was described as and jvil ling to get going If delay is ac ceptable Thompson to fly home to Washington for a huddle with Secretary State Dulles before going into nered talks in Moscow Dulles told the International Press Institute it was illusory to believe that complex compli cated issues like disarmament could be settled with broad brush strokes Jle said any hope of suc cess hinges on adequate pains taking preparation by experts Tax Deadline Is Upon Americans WASHINGTON W A remind er midnight Tuesday deadline to file your income tax return If your return isnt postmarked by then the government can charge you a penalty at the rate of 6 per cent per year added to your tax Crew Believed Dead in Crash of B47 ST PETERSBURG Fla UP AV low flying B47 Slratojet bomber exploded over the heavi ly traveled Sunshine Skyway bridge today and plunged into the Gulf of Mexico The three or four crewmen aboard were pre sumed killed NORTH IOWA VISIT Gov Herschel center and C T McCreary president of Loveless left cuts the ribbon during Modernistic Industries watch the dedica the dedication ceremonies at the new Modernistic Industry factory at Forest City Forest City Mayor Roy Schram tion of one of the travel trailers made at the plant IOWAN ELECTED ATLANTA IB The American Industrial Development Council has elected John Adams secre tary of the Greater Des Chamber of Commerce presi dent   

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