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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                W I r 11 lowot Daily Newspaper Edited lot OM GLOBEGAZEtTE T H I N I W r A P t R T H A T M A K I A L L NORTH IOWANJ N I I 6 H I 0 R I HOME EDITION j i VOL LXIV PnM United run CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 17 1KI ThU W raw Ike Raps Pentagon Shakeup MASTERS OF DECEIT Many Citizens Highway Fa EDITORS NOTE In previous chapters of this first serializa tion of his bestseller book Masters of Deceit Hoover explained Hie existence of Urge bodies of fellowtravelers er sympathizers with communists in mis country end of countless dupes led by communists to join or support front organizations He explained how these persons were enlisted by the commu nists operating both above end underground in their relentless conspiracy In todays chapter he discusses the most deceptive of the lures with which communists heve caught unwitting Amer ican fish in their net By J EDGAR HOOVER Director Federal Bureau of Investigation One of the chief strengths of the Communist Party has been its ability to appeal by trickery to many Amer icans who are sincere idealistic and wellmeaning Letus consider five of the most deceptive claims made by the Communist Party USA in its effort to lure innocent victims Lets see what communists pretend to be and what theyreally are 1 It is claimed that communists are liberals The concept that communism is a new world of liberalism is false a trap used to catch noncommunists The word liberal has a fine upright meaning and is symbolic of a great historic tradition That is why the communists appropriate the term for their own use COMMUNISM IS THE OPPOSITE of liberalism Liberalism stands for increased rights for the citizen a curb on the powers of the central government freedom of speech religion and the press Communism means fewer and fewer rights for the private citizen curtailment of freedom of speech and press and worship of God The communist state becomes allpowerful the absolute reverse of American tradition Communists do not like the genuine liberalism of Western civilization they denounce liberals blockheads Lenin attempt by every means to destroy them The communists realize that true eralism is a bitter enemy a fighter for the things that com munism opposes LANDING of J a k a rta government backed by warships have landed in Sumatra in a major move to wipe out the rebels Bukittingi and Padang were the initial principal targets New Landings on West Coast of Sumatra JAKARTA Indonesia ffi Ma rines from Java on the west coast of Sumatra Thursday in the Jakarta governments promised major bid to smash the twomonthold rebellion against President Sukarno Premier Djuanda said the in vaders met little initial resist ance Liberals do not want revolution but genuinesocial reforms That is Svhy t h e Communists detest them But if liberals can be ex ploited so much the better Like everybody else they are fuel for the communist engine of revolu tion It is claimed Communists are progressives 2 WE OF THE Communist Party are fully and completely in the camp of progress A prime tenet of Communist prop aganda is that communism is the latest word in social progress All other forms Of government especially our constitutional gov ernment according to the com munists are outmoded oldfash ipned and antique Communism is the wave of the future they like to say bringing all the gooc things that man has been dream ing about for years Religion th opium of the people must b destroyed God cast out and th oppressors liquidated Th road ahead is clear Join th Communist Partyand see prog ress Those who do not join ar reactionaries fascists an warmongers Everybody likes progress you are a farmer you want t To Help Boost the Economy WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower signed Wednesday the interstate highway bill de signed to put an additional 800000000 into a speededup con struction program But the President said he was approving the bill fwilh serious misgivings because of certain o its provisions which I regard a grave defects Some of these provisions Eis enhower said in a statement could even create unfortunate precedents that may be difficult to disregard in the future EISENHOWER MENTIONED two principal defects As the most important he named what he termed the vio lation of the long established principle of a 5050 sharing of federal and state costs of federal aid highway programs other than the interstate system The bill a program authorized for only one year substitutes a 21 ratio for the 5050 principle 1 AP Photofax A LONELY VIGIL A pet dog lies in ing ledtd discovery of the tragedy The lonely vigil beside the shoes of one of his victims were Tommy Shepard 9 and his masters who drowned in an excavation brother David 7 A sister Alice 5 was pool at Charlotte N C The dogs bark revived images better working conditions imination of racial discrimina on is strictly a revolutionary actic That communism by such mass agitation might gradually hange to democracy is a false nd dangerous illusion Commu isms goal is world revolution Any device that will advance its ause is urgemtlypursued LENIN HIMSELFwas frank strictest loyalty to the deas of Communism m u s t be ombined with the ability to make all the necessary practical com promises to tack to make agreements zigzags retreats and o on 4 It is claimed communists be ieve in democracy Communist eaders of all ranks from N S Khrushchev to William Z Foster xom Lenin to the lowestranking communist agitator have p r o claimed that communism is the most highly developed form of democracy Lenin stated that the Soviet Union was a million times more democratic than the most advanced capitalist democracies of the WestWilliam Z Foster the longtime USA Communist Party leader commented The CommunistParty is a democratic movement and added In the Soviet Union there exists higher type of democ THE NAVYSAID the amphibi ous invasion began at dawn re jdrtedly at the Indian Ocean ieaeh of Tikuwltis35 miles west of the rebel mountain capital of Bukittinggi and 50 miles up the coast from the port of Padang They are the last major centers held by the Sumatrari rebels The landing of two companies of Marine commandos went ac cording to plan and was highly successful the navy said A spokesman predicted that the re bellion would be crushed within a week THREE COLUMNS of Jakarta ground forces were converging on Bukittinggi from thenorthwest east and southeast About a dozen important rebel administrative of ficers left the capital but Premier Sjadruddin and his insurgent Cab inet remained there It was uncertain whether the rebels would how risk their first major battle with the Jakarta forces after falling back before their land drives There seems to have been a determined effort to avoid shooting clashes which might prevent formulation of a political settlement later That is the states would put up for e a c h of federal money as compared with the dollar for dollar matching stand ard which has been in effect Eisenhower said I deplore the possibility that some may try to use thisdepart ure from a sound arrangement as a precedent for emulation This I would resist THE PRESIDENT said the second major defect is a pro vision for federal advances to state governments to finance nost of their onethird share of he cost of the additional pri mary secondary and urban high vay construction authorized by he legislation Among principal factors influ encing him to sign the bill Eis enhower included the hope that n the acceleration of work on this interstate system and on other federal aid highway pro grams some impetus may promptly be given to public and private efforts to increase em ployment The Presidents signature put in the law books for the first time a federal program aimed at regulating billboards The new law offers cash incentives for 200 Continue Walkout at Jacob E Decker and Sons Approval of Plaii U rged Finish Fight Is Launched WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Thursday accused congressional critics of his din fenso reorganization planof talk ing nonsense and raising far fetched objections Urging swiftJ approval of the controversial plan by Congress Eisenhower said peacenation al of America the utmost strength in its every in tcllcctual and scientific as well as economic and military Formally opening the finish fight he had pledged to make lor the reorganization program enhowor appealed for support to two audiences HIS SPEECH was delivered at a luncheonmeeting of the Ameri can Society of Newspaper Edi tors and the International Presi institute It also was broadcast coast to coast on television and radio Eisenhower spoke face of a sharp challenge to hit proposal from one of the most in fluential lawmakers atthe CapV Vinson DGa of the House Armed Services Corn Additional departments were being involved Thursday in a walkout started Wednesday 200 workers in thehogslaughter ing and cutting at JacobE Decker arid Sons No other departments joined the strike it was indicated by P grow better corn and more of i If you have a lawn you want i weed out the dandelions and hav better grass If you are a manu facturer you want to develop a better product This is a natural human trait The Communists identifying themselves with this idea have convinced many people that they are the progressives of the twentieth century The exact opposite is true The individual under communism is a mere number with two shoul ders to carry a bale of hay or a couple of feed sacks two hands to pull a wagon or drive a trac tor This is not progress but a turning backward throwing away the fruits of history religion and free government 3 IT IS CLAIMED communists are social reformers working for the betterment of living condi tions The Communist Party champions the interests of the workers farmers the Negro people and all others who labor by hand and brain theme here quoted from the 1951 Party Constitution is exploited time after time hoping to attract noncommunist support The Communists detest demo cratic reforms These changes they know will make free gov ernment stronger hence less like ly to be overthrown by revolution Their espousal of reforms higher CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 SAME states to regulate signs express highways along Including matching funds Iowa probably will be able to place an additional 17 million dollars worth of road work under contract this year as a result of the bill This includes for primary roads for secondary highways and for the Interstate system ChildStealing Charge Filed at Burlington BURLINGTON Wi Three Bur lington children disappeared Wednesday after they left their grandparents home to go to school Childstealing warrants have been issued in the case County Attorney William Cahill said the warrants are against Harold and Kathryn Schultz of Las Vagas Nev He identified Mrs Schultz as the Former Kath ryn Judd mother of the three children The missing youngsters are Ter ry Lee Judd 10 Gary Dean Judd 8 and Keith LeRoy Judd 7 Since the divorce Of their par ents Charles Edgar and Kathryn MY Judd they have been living with their paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Charles A Judd Burlington The elder Judds were given custody of the children fol lowing the divorce The grandparents notified police when the children failed to return home from school Wednes day Authorities said a school mate reported seeing the children get into a car in which a woman and a man were riding Police said investigation dis closed that Mr and MrsSchultz who were in a car with Nevada license plates registered at a mo tel Tuesday giving Las Vegas as their address They checked out early Wednesday The Weather Mason Partly cloudy and cooler Thursday night and Fri day Low Thursday night 4245 High Friday low 70s Iowa Partly cloudy and not so warm Thursday night and Fri day Low Thursday night in the 40s Minnesota Fair and cooler Thursdaynight low 3238 north 3848 south Friday fair high in the 70s GlobeGazette weather data up J Thogerson general manager of the plant However as the departments following the slaughter floor run out of work they will of necessity be idle If the hog slaughter s gang does not return to work Friday Thog erson said about 400 workers would be involved An additional 500 workers at the plant will not be affected he said Disagreement between the Packinghouse Workers Organiz ing Committees local union and management over t h e pay for two employes w as believed to have caused the walkout Thog erson said Since the company was buying hogs during the forenoon it was obvious that the walkout was un expected by management HE BRANDED the strike as 11 legal in a letter sent during the afternoon to all employes of th First Worlds Fair Since 39 Opens BRUSSELS Belgium Kin Baudouin Thursday opened th gates of the postwar worlds big gest internationalexposition an invited the peoples of the cart to get together at the fair It i the first Worlds Fair since Ne Yorks in 1939 A gray cold day held down th size of the opening mornin crowd But thousands poure through the gates evven thoug the fairs foreign section was fa from finished It was a vivid scene withfoun tains sparkling bands playing trumpets sounding flags flyin and a guard on horseback follow ing the King and his brothe Prince Albert both in uniform lant The walkout violates the rovlsionn of the contract be the union and company stated It is unfortunate that employ s suffer a loss of earnings which nultiplles the effect of an already erious unemployment situation ho letter continued This Illegal ction on thepart of bur employ s alsoresults in damage to the ompnny through toss of sales THOGERSON pointed out that rievance procedure is provided or in he contract between th6 jnion and company It eslablish s a fairprocedure for settling disputes between employes and management That procedure is inding on both parties Basis of the present difficulty Thogerson said was the change of one operation on the killing loor from manual to sawing This involved a change of wage rate for two men Attempting to contact a spokes man for the union was fruitless Areporter wais told that Arthur Costello local union president was out of the city and no one else was qualified to speak for the union Because of the walkout the companywas out of the market Thursday Charles Cityan Hurt in Traffic Crash DBS MOINES John B Cross 69Charles Citywas re ported in good condition at a hos pital Thursday with injuries suf fered in a traffic accident here Wednesday Cross was riding in a car with Earl J Snyderi also of Charles City Police said Sny der paid a fine for running a stop light and that his car col lided with three other cars mittee Within hours after the dent sent his proposal form ally to the Congress Vjiu son cut loose in a House speech inwhich he called in a mpveto ward selling up a supreme high command VINSON ALSO moved to uniformed critics of the reorgan ization plan a public Jorum for their objections He announced that hearings on theplan which his committee will Monday will be affairs Some other members of tCon besides Vinsoii have been sharply criticaal of the rebrganr ization plan Taking note of Vinsori criticism without mentioning him by name Eisenhower said foes of the plan will contend it seeks to set up a monstrous general called Prussian and that such a staff in the critics view would be set up to dominate our armed Inquiry Into Iowa Gasoline Tax Collections Is Opened DES MOINES Iowa from truckers and said there Legislative Investigating Comare some who may have or still mittee opened an inquiry Thursre violating the law They are day into reports of laxity in state motor fuel tax George Marchi director of the motor fuel tax division of the in the minority he stressed ad There has been recent pub licity that varying amounts from to seem COMMUNIST CANDIDATES William Garden in New York in 1928 They were Z Foster left and Benjamin Gitlow Communist Partys candidates for stand on the platform at Madison Square President and Vice President that year to 8 am Thursday Maximum 83 Minimum 53 At 8 am 65 YEAR AGO Maximum 69 Minimum 45 state treasurers office said he to be due the state from unpaid would give the committee a refuel taxes This has been I be port on the collection lieve an unfair insinuation that One of those scheduled for an the trucking industryas a whole has been trying to escape pay ing its fair share of road taxes I do feel that state officials ment in which he said the as should exercise great care in forces and in due course will threaten our liberty That is nonsense Eisenhower said EISENHOWER ALSO hit at those who contend the plan which would concentrate much new au thority in the secretary of defense would make that official a who will overwhelm our liberty He denied this It will likely be said inaddU tion that these proposals will vio late the responsibilities of Con gress especially its power over Lhe Eisenhower said in ref erence to his plan for giving the secretary of defense greater flexi bility in handling military money As I have said that is equally far fetched Eisenhower said I R E P E A T Eisenhower said There will be single chief of staff tfo Prussian staff No czar No 40 billion dollar blank check swallowing up of the tra ditional services V11 C No undermining of the constn tutional powers of Eisenhowers plan received Wednesday night the endorsement of the Air Force It was the first service to do so Sen Kerr Scott Is Dead at appearance Secretary L E Crowley of the Iowa Motor Truck Assn released a state socialion has always stood be hind the principle that Iowa should collect every cent of tax it was entitled to Crowley reviewed steps taken by the IMTA to cooperate with the state in gas tax collections the release of this kind Marchi told newsmen his re port would cover mainly the period since he succeeded Earle Smith as division director in March 1957 A BURLINGTON N CJ tBU S Sen Wr Kerr Scott died in a boi pital here Wednesday n i tt Scott who would have been 62 Thursday suffered a coronary attack a week ago J His death reduced the cratic majority in the Senate to one 4847 and made 34 Senate seats up for election in Novefnjl ber Gov Luther H Hodges i Democrat will appoint a sor to serve until the Novenber general election 4 V   

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