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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited BEbAZETTE VOL LXIV PMM Dated Fnw ruB Copy NtWSfAflR THAT M A 1C I S A LL N 0 R T H I 0 W A N S N I I a H O I f MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 22Wl HOME EDITION TU CoiuUti Two frrllttiii lirttoi AN USHER WITH A SHINER Ernest Hunt 11 tne cause tor his beautiful shmer I missed the atthe reception following the ceremony Charge U Security Council Monday night and the big questionwas why Diplomatic quarters said the Soviets in accusing the State of provocative flights by nucleararmed bombers mus be trying to block an EastWest summit conference for unknown reasons Until now ha led the cry for summit talks Preliminary talks for such a conference actually were in prog ress in Moscow Friday when For eign Minister Andrei Gromyko said UfS hydrogen bombers threatened a new world war by heading toward Russia every time there was an alert WITHIN HOURS Soviet Ambas sador Arkady A Sobolev an nounced he would air the propa ganda charge in the Security a motion to censure the United States faced sure defeat He withdrew all charges Monday night rather than put the issue to a vote losing Diplomats connected the unus ual procedure of the Moscow pre summit negotiations with the H bomber chargeTbased on a dis patch written April 7 by United Press President Frank HBar tholomew and approved by the Defense Department in advance of publication THE DEBATE on the Russian Hbomb charges raged for six hours until 9 pm Neutral Swe den did not speak but all the other 10 members of the Security Council did All save Russia sup ported the United States and de clared they saw no menace the U S Hbomber flights Sobolev tried to adjourn the in meeting but twice his efforts were defeated Then U S Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge drove the de bate to a conclusion despite Sobo levs protests the action was un heard of and that he was with drawing his resolution in protest against it It was a complete defeat for the Soviet Union Lodge said The vote would have been over whelmingly against them and that is why they withdrew the resolu tion Des Moines Man Is Hit by Car Killed DES MOINES OR Chester Diggs 55 Des Moines was in jured fatally Monday night when struck by acar on U S 6 just east of here The Highway Patrol said the car driven by James Jones 16 Des Moines Princess Soraya Defends Husbands DIVORCE ACTION NEW YORK iff Beautiful Princess Soraya heartbroken over her divorce by Shah of Iran but obviously still in love with him said Tuesday her husband had no choice but to do what he did Their seven years of marriage produced no heir I know that all the women of America will sympathize with the depth of my feeling and that the people of the United States will grant me the privacy I earnestly request she said in a ore pared statement farmer arrived aboard the liner Con Ifo her poor English asked Iranian diplomat td Tread rthi short statement It also said i His Imperial Majesty Mohammed Reza Pah lev i Shah of I ran has ended because we were not blessed with was for both of us the wdeal r but I have prayed for guidance in this she would sail Friday for a 10 or 15day visit to Bermuda then return to New York McElroy Tells of Need for Pent agon Shakeup Pentagon orgamza ion changes proposed by President Eisenhower Carrying the fight for the administration Defense DepartmV proposals to a Housecommittee whose leaders are 1Jepartmei to it McElroy said testimony It would be tragic indeed if in the moment of crisis we should be found wanting because of an attempt to graftthe weapons of modern warfare onto an outmod ed organization structure MCELROYTOLD the House Armed Services Committee the program is the Presidents plan He pointed out Eisenhowers qualifications in the field from a lifetime of personal experience peace and war In advance of McElroys ap pearance Chairman Vinson D Ga pledged that the committee will consider the proposals seri ously objectively and in detail VINSON IS ONE of the leading opponents of the general proposal In general posals would Eisenhowers pro give the defense Spectacle in Skies on Tap for lowans DES MOINES W lowans are due for an unusal sky spectacle TuesdaV skies remain clear The Lyrid meteor shower which occurs when earth passes through a group of cosmic dust and ma terial will touch off shooting stars about 12 every hour The display is caused as meteors speed into earths atmosphere where friction heats them until they glow and burn up BASSO DIES ROME 60Ciulio Neri 49 Ital ian basso died Monday of a heart attack Loveless Request DES MOINES The State oatd ihe Iowa CegislatLviB Tuesday for for planning of new and touched ofj a drumfire of political debate Most members of the Republi can controlled committee de GOV Herschel Loveless call a special session to clared should provide the funds requested Dav id Dancer executive secretary of the Board of Regents carried the request to the committee at the suggestion of Loveless completed plans 10 million dollars in Board of Regents building funds were ve toed by Loveless at the time he vetoed the tax bill last June After Dancer spoke Tuesday Sen Lawrence Putney RGlad brook declared This is noth a poli tic a Governors part I feel this e emergency that Governor should call a session SEN FRANK BYERS RMar ion indicated he would favor wuf maicaiea ne would favor 1Q allocating the planning funds but felt a special session necessary And Sen Georg Union asserted Instead of the Governor ask ing us to donate nearly a Even one of the Governors fel low Democrats Sen Raymond criticism I am personally has made a blunder himself Iowas Cage Coach Killed in Accident n South of Waterloo v OConnor Had Top Teams WATERLOO Bucky OConnor 44 Iowa basketbal coach was killed outright in i cartruck collision near here a pm Tuesday State Highway Patrolman Johi Schneider said identification was made fnftn State University o Iowa papers on the body Authorities said the northbound state car in which OConnor wuh driving alone collided headon with a southbound transpor loaded with heavy concrete tile THE CAR rode up against the truck and many of the tile spilled crushing the lighter vehicle The truck driver apparently was in jured only slightly by impact o the collision The crash occurred oh US 218 about 3Mi miles south of Waterloo OConnor was due in Waterloo to address an evening meeting o the Sports of Sort Club IOWA TWICE won Big championships under OConnor The first came in 1955 and Iowa repeated in 1956 a feat which had been performed by only four other Big Teh coaches the J955 in the CollegiateTourria ment andin1956 fin ishcd second to San Francisco University for the National title The 1956 team became known as the Fabulous Five Bucky as he was known to thousands of lowans and through out the basketball World was named head coach of the AllStar College entry in the U S Olympic tryouts in April 1956 The All Stars lost the Olympic tryou championship to the Phillips Oil ers OConnor then was named 1pssHAS SAID that with assistant Olympic coach Bucky construction however was unable to accep could start as quickly as the 1959 the post because of his Iowa Legislature votes funds About duties OCONNOR was appointed head coach March 27 had after Rol asked to retire from active coaching Bucky had been at Iowa since 1948 when he took over as golf coach OConnors 195152 team led by move on the Darling finished second in the 00 conference and turned in Buckys Jc and Iowas biggest alltime special winning season percentagewise with 19 victories and 3 losses for 863 A Drake University graduate in was a forward on Drake basketball teams for three And Sen George Scott RWest coached at Harrisburg 111 and Boone Iowa high schools before going to Iowa He was married to the former Jane Westberg Boone A daugh Kathleen Jane 1944 OConnor was to have been the f v i ua v t uxcn iJitr Gillespie Dexter joined in the principal speaker at the Lions lub footballbasketball appreci f frj VMV Ctl against bailing out someone who ation dinner inClear Lake Wed nesday night secretary more authority over ndividual move Vin son and other members of the committee have criticized sharply in the past Already introduced in the House the bill went into the Seri ate Monday There appeared little likelihood the House committee would ap prove Eisenhowers plan without major changes Hoover Is Continuing His Rapid Recovery NEW YORK Presi dent Herbert Hoover is conlinu ng to progress favorably after Saturdays operation for removal if his gall bladder Doctors at larkness Pavilion of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center re ported Tuesday that he rested omfortably Monday night DEATH ON THE DESERT The bat tered wreckage of a DC7 airliner lies on the Nevada desert not far from Las Ve gas after it collided in the air with an AP Pholofax Air Force jet trainer The crane at right is lifting some of the wreckage in search for the bodies of the 49 victims BUCKY OCONNOR Falling Tree Is Fatal to North lowan CHARLES CITY Walter E Montgomery 44 rural Charles City died in a hospital here Mon day night after beingstruck on the head by a falling tree brand earlier in the day Hewas rushec to a hospital here where he dice some fourhours Inter Montgomery an employe o the Construe Co was helping clear tree atthe Wilbur the accident occurred Mdnlgom cry was head foremanof the com pany and hadbeen employee there 11 years H i lie is survived by hiswife Mar garet a daughter Mary a stu dent at Coe College Cedar Rap ids his mother Mrs Mary Mont gomcry Charles V City and i brother Edwin Floyd Funeral services will beThurs day at 9 amat the Immaculate Conception Church The Rev Msgr John JSmith wflLconduc the service Hauser FuneraJ Home is in charge of arrange mcnts V Cool Front Rain to Remain for While in Iowa A cool front pushed into Iowa Monday dumping rains in its wake and dropping temperature in several areas of the state early Tuesday to below freezing levels Cloudiness and showers kept the mercury at chilly levels Mon day as highs ranged from 52 at Spencer to 62 in Des Moines Davenport and Lamoni Lows ear ly Tuesday ranged from 25 at Fort Dodge to 43 at Davenport Mason City had 30 Shower activity left 75 of an inch at Dubuque the heaviest fall in Iowa on other points received downto a trace Ottumwa had 20 Burling ton 17 Cedar Rapids 09 and 08 at Davenport A low pressure system is ex pected to touch off rains in ex treme western Iowa Tuesday night overspreading the state Wednesday Cool temperatures are on tap through at least Thurs day 11 Are Injured in Texas Tornado MIDLOTHIAN Tex ng erratically a tornado smashed farm houses injured 11 persons and snatched a small boy from his mothers arms late Monday Gary Froning a chubby 2year old was sucked from his col apsing home and whirled 50 yards into a pasture as the twister slashed back and forth across a dozen square miles Although de bris fell all around him the youngster suffered only Ja cut chin IOWAN KILLED KEOKUK UP William James Morrison 42 Keokuk was killed Tuesday in an automobile acci dent near Kahoka Mq MASTERS OF DECEIT Structure of Red Party Likened to A Pyramid EDITORS NOTE In chptn of hi book now for J Edgir Hoovr jotf u important knowing why join Communist Party it an undtritinding of what may to and patriotic must do ttwlr to who disillusioned with commu nism persons drivon back Into party by toner and rancor of nonCommunists Today how leadership of party U organized to control appar of organized deception and to keep the rankandfile mem ben mental slaves By T EDGAR HOOVER Director Federal Bureau of Investigation The Communist Partys organizationalstructure in the United States may be likened to layers forming a pyramid In the first level below the peak there are the partys policy making organs i National National Executive Committee 3 National Administrative Committee The designations given1 these committees here are those cur rent as this IB written Thuy may be changed any day for there s no hesitancy in the lop echelon about reshuffling the top admin istrative bodies or changing the size or memberships of the com mittees years the party had specially desigriatedna tional officers a national chairman William Z Foster a general secretary first Earl Browdcr later Eugene Dennis The1 power always has remained in the control of a small group V THE SECOND OR MIDDLE LEVEL is made up of the admin istrative apparatuses that implement the decisions of the inner hierarchy 1 variouscommissions and departments special organizers and 3 front groups bottom or third level consists of all the subordinate regional and localunits in the party that is district organizations andin turn various state county city section and club setups ThJf level has Its base stretching acrossthe entire nation At the lime of writing this national headquarters were still Uirccstory brownstone building at 23 West 36th Street New York City just off Broadway It is a pygmy amid Manhattans towering sky The Weather Mason City Increasing cloudi ness Tuesday night low 3640 Showers and cool Wednesday high 5055 Iowa Increasing cloudiness oc casionalrain extreme wcs Tuesday night and across state Wednesday Low Tuesdaynigh 3444 Minnesota Cloudy and continued cool Some rain probably mixed with wet snow spread ing across south Wednesday High 3848 with higher temper atures in north GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a mTuesday Maximum 61 Minimum 30 At m 37 Precipitation trace No Change in Detker Strike The walkout of 950 members of the United Packinghouse Work ers local union continued Tues day at Jacob E Decker and Sons P J Thogerson general manag er at the plant said there were no developments and no plans or any talks with the union Boy Runs in Front of Moving Car Dies DAVENPORT nine earold Rock Island m boy was killed here Monday when he ran in front of a car police said Charles Fuhlman ran in front of a car driven by Jack Litvan but no charges were filed Monday igainst Litvan authorities said iut an investigation will continue SAME scrapers With iron bars shield ing the bottomfloor windows this American Kremlin Is a symbol of communist powerin our coun try Here meetings are held and important decisions made The national office occupiesthe third floor and penthouse the New York of the Com munist Party is on the first tand second floors However the 1957 party con vention authorized shifting na tional offices to Chicags THE REAL POWER in the Party is maintained and used through theNational Committee which is elected by the nation al and state conventions latest constitution of the party says that Between nation al conventions the National Com mittee is the highest authority of the party representing party as a whole and as such has the authority to make decisions arid take actions necessary and inci dental to the good and welfare of the entire Party T h i s United States v politbure forms a base for dictatorship by a few leaders in typical commu nist fashion Their control it strengthened by clever manipula tion THE CURRENT National Com mittee of some 69 members elected in1957 ed a 20member later twoinora nembefs added NationalExecu tive Committee This group them selected seven of whom form atter is the group m along i the daybyday decisions Although membership of the National Com mittee is spread throughout the country the comrades at national icadquarters monopolize central of the Party affairs Almost unlimited authority often producesa repugnant type of person Many of the top leadk ers of the Communist Partyiare laughty swaggering overbear ng They show they feel that they are better than little comrades William Z Foster went to Seat tle Washington tos make a ipeech Were glad youve come the welcoming local of icial commented Many of our comrades are looking forward meeting you NOT SO FAST Foster warned Im not going to   

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