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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowoi Daily Newspaper Edited tar LOBE T M 1 N I W S P APE R T H A T M A It IS ALL NOtTH I 0 W A N I M I I G H B O R S HOME EDITION VOL LXIV MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY I TbU rt Twe OM Dulles in at Berlin BeWdryof Red Remises BERLIN Secretary State John Foster Dulles accused the Soviet Union Thursday of us ing disarmament talk as a smoke screen to produce a world the military powerof the bloc He warned the West against abandoning its nuclear deterrent shield because of what he called alluring Soviet promises He clared Soviet to honor in ternational pledges constitutes a grave obstacle to working out an EastWest accord Dulles made his attack on the Kremlin in a speech before West Berlins Parliament THE COMMUNISTS in neigh boring East Berlin called for demonstrations during his 5Vi hbur visit in West Berlin From hereDulles goes to Paris for a meeting of ILS ambassadors Dulles called for dependable steps to reduce the prospect of war and elimination of the new weapons which threaten human ity with virtual extinction The East German party or gan Neiies Deutschland kicked off the campaign for a demon stration under the slogan Chase Dulles out of Berlin WORKERS WILL see to it that the American foreign minis ter learns the true opinion of the city Neues Deuischland said The paper charged Dulles was flying here to stir up opposition to a summit conference and cre ate an atomicwar atmosphere Dulles flew from the Copen hagen meeting of the North At lantic Alliancecountries foreign StoneThrowers in e Nixon AP Photof GREETINGSVtO ROYAL GUEST Princess Astrid of Norway right reFreeman performs the introductions The ceives a handshake and a curtsy from EuPrincess was among a groupv of Scanda gehia Anderson former tlS ambassador riavian guests attending Minnesotas to Denmarkas Minnesota Gov statehood centennial Minnesota Playing Host to Royalty From Scandinavia ministers The NATO Council in its final communique gave full endorsement to the West Ger man governments insistence that any EastWest summit confer ence must put the issue of Ger man reunification high on its i Dull es reaffirmed the Western Big Three pledge to regard any attack against Berlin from any an attack upon their forces and upon themselves No Evidence of Violence in Death of Iowa Minister ROCKWELL CITY coroners jury decided Wednes day night there was no evidence of violence in the mysterious death last month of the Rev Hillis F Hall a Lutheran minis ter hear here The Rev Hall was found dead in his garage April 13 and au thorities feared he might have surprised a burglar been knocked unconscious and then suffocated with carbon monoxide poisoning However the jury decided that Hall died of cartfon monoxide poisoning with no evidence pro duced to show violence from second party Dr Frank C Coleman a pathologist from Mercy Hospital in Des Moines said Hall was suf fering from Alzheimers disease which caused a deterioration of the brain Coleman said the dis ease was in an advanced stage and Hall could have suffered a personality change as a result of the disease Polaris Test Rocket Launched by Navy CAPE CANAVERAL Fla tf A Polaris test vehicle burst apart with a brilliant splash of fire shortly after takeoff Thursday The breakup that occurred was expected and the test appeared normal the Navy announced lat er If the test was a success it was another step toward preparing the Polaris for its operational launching from a nuclear powered submarine above or under the sea The Polaris is the Navys 1500mile ballistic missile TRUMAN IS 74 INDEPENDENCE Mo Former President Harry Truman put in a normal working day Thursday on his 74th birthday MINNEAPOLIS nesota long proud of its Norse heritage played host to Scandi navian royalty and heads of state Thursday at the opening of its statehood centennial week Two members of the royalty and the chiefs of state of five Scandinavian countries arrived Airport here after a fourhour flight from New York Heading the list of dignitaries Princess Astrid of Norway making her first official visit to America and Prince Bertil of Sweden Accompanying the royal pair are Prime Minister Einaf Ger hardsen of Norway Reino Kuiiskoski of Finland and H C Hansen of Denmark and the ambassadors of thoSe countries andSweden arid Iceland visitors to Minneapolis The dig nitaries received a 21gun sa lute on arrival Most activities the next four days will spotlight the Scandi navian role iriLthe development of Minnesota but other nation ality groups also will be hon ored Representatives of 19 other nations will arriveduring the take part Tooth of Aide Chipped Vice President Hit on Neck By EDGAR F BELNAP LIMA Peru Presi dent Richard M Nixon Thursday walked into a crowd of yelling rockthrowing students and chal lenged them to hear the truth A stone grazed his neck Another rock thrown by a stu dent struck Nixons aide Jack Sherwood in the face and chipped a tooth About 12 stones were hurled at the Nixon party from he edge of the crowdof shout whistling students as Nixon eft his car and walked into the center of the mob AN ESTIMATED 2000 students and nonstudents were gathered n the park at the approach to the ancient San Marcos Univer sity waving signs that said Get out of here Nixon shark1 and Go home Nixon The Vice President drove up to the milling crowd and stepped calmly from the convertible to challenge the students Applause as well as hisses greeted the vice president who A delegation of Minnesotans including Gov Orville L Free foatttrp man and Sens Hubert H Hum to launch the high point of the phrey and Edward J Thye also centennial observances are accompanied the distinguished1 Saturdays big feature is the centennial paradein which the visitors will ride as the guests of honor Ike Orders Troops From Little Rock WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Thursday ordered withdrawal May of all federal troops enforcing school integra SAFE PRIED OPEN Sheriff Jerry Allen Ted Lindquist and Clear Lake po lice officer Earl Tiggeman left to right look over the safe which was pried open APPhotofax at Teds SuperValu Store Besides some in cash the thieves made off with 25 cartons of cigarettes Regents Get Resolution tion at Little Rock Ark The President said ina state merit he hopes it will be unnec essary to return the troops at the start of the school year next Sept AP Photofax SKYS THE LIMIT This is the F104 Starfighter which recaptured the worlds altitude record for the US climbing some two miles higher than the previous mark US Jet Sets Altitude I Record of 91249 Feet tember Eisenhowers orders on with drawal were relayed by Secretary of the Army Brucker to Maj Gen Edwin A Walker commander of the troops which have been en forcing a court order for integra tion at Little Rocks Central High School since last September EISENHOWERS sta t e m e n t said in part Since the summer recess starts at Central High School on May 28 and since there will be no further present need for the guardsmen I have directed they be released May 29 Following that date I trust had includedravisit uni versify5 of his eightnation tour of South America NIXON IGNORED previous warnings that his appearance be fore the Com mun i s t insti gated students might cause a violent anti1 American dem onstration H e pushed into o w d that do s e d him shaking hands where he could and beck onirig others to come closer Come and speak he saidt Let me talk to your leaders Nearby students shouted at him Go home Go home Sure Ill go home Nixon said but dont you want to hear NIXON the truth first EARLIER the vice president himself had cancelled nig plans CEDAR RAPIDS resolu tion urging the governor to call an immediate special session of the Legislature to get money for state institutions of higher learn ing was presented to the Iowa Board of Regents Thursday The resolution requested the Legislature put before a vote of the peopleat the Nov 4 general election proposal for a 20year obligation bond issue to pay for buildings land and utilities at the institutions The regents discussed the reso lution briefly and then decided to talk itover further among them selves The resolution addressed to Gov Herschel Loveless was pre sented by a study group com posed of the presidents and busi ness managers of the State Uni versity of Iowa Iowa State Col lege and Iowa State College and The Weather Mason City Mostly fair and cool Thursday night low around 40 Partly cloudy and cooler Fri day high in lower 60s Iowa Partly cloudy throughFri day Occasional rain and sea tered thunderstorms likely south portion Thursday night to visit San Marcos because of the possibility that the Commu nist students might provoke a violent riot Iowa State Teachers College and the boards Finance Committee Two board members Arthur Barlow Cedar Rapids and Roy A littie warmer northwest Fri day Low Thursday night 4450 Minnesota Showers warmer t GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 63 Minimum 40 At 8 a m 55 Precipitation trace Residence of U S Envoy Fired Upon PORT AU PRINCE Haiti The official residence of US Am bassadorGerald Drew was heav ily fired Wednesday night by unidentified persons Drew vigorously protested at the Haiti Foreign Ministry Drew his wife aad their two grandsons were not injured Plant at Hampton A second crowd of 1000 per WASHINGTON The Force Thursday officially claimed recapture of the world altitude record with a climb to 91249 feet by an F104A Star fighter jet the Air Force said the alti extend only TA feet from the fuselage The wings are thin and the leading edges razor sharp Johnson who took off from Hamilton Air Force Base Calif flew higher than any man who ever took off in a tude mark achieved Wednes plane from the earth Only an day over Palmdale Calif ex experimental rocket plane ever ceeded by more thantwo miles the level of 80190 feet regis tered only last week by a French experimental Trident Isere06 The Starfightcr described by Gen Nathan Twining chair man of the Joint Chiefs of Staffs as the most advanced plane of its type ever devel oped was piloted by Maj How ard C Johnson 37 Novato Calif and Knoxville Tenn The 17mile climb by the Star fighter designed to exceed the speed of sound in straight up ward flight and return was completed in 27 minutes The JStarfighter features wings that has gone higher and it was launched from a mother plane Johnson said he accelerated to maximum speed pulled in to a high angle climb and zoomed into the thin atmosphere to the peak at 91249 feet He said the ultrasonic fighter is moving todays fighter pilot well out to the region where the sky is deep blue turning al most black Johnson said he was too busy to da much sightseeing The plane hit more than twice the speed of sound on the flight the announcement reported local officials and citizens will assume full responsibility and duty for seeing that the orders of the federal court are not ob structed IN REPLY to a question White House press secretary James C Hagerty said he did not know how many federal troops still are on dutyin Little Rock The number is much smaller than it was when the troops took over integration duty last September Eisenhower ordered regular Army troops andfederalized Na tional Guardsmen into the area after outbreaks of violence at the high school when Negro students attempted to attend classes sons including 500 flagwaving students was waiting for him when he returned to his hotel directly across the San Martin Plaza where earlier Nixon had placed a wreath in honor of the Latin American liberator Someone tore the American flag from the wreath Lemons oranges wads of pa per and chunks of bread sailed toward the Nixon party in the square but no one was hit in favor of the resolution The other board members did not take an immediate stand Gets Safety Award CEDAR RAPIDS May tag Co plant Hampton was one of IOUF firms to receive fouryear safety awards Wednesday night at a banquet of the Industrial Safety Assn of Iowa Loss in Breakn at Lake Thieves took from at Teds Super Valu Store in Clear Lake early Thursday A stack of several checks in safe was left behind I Entrance store was gained by forcing open thefront door The lock on the safe was broken and the door pried open Thieves left thestore by the rear door Clear Lake police reportedly checkedthe store four times after midnight The last check was made about am Employes discovered the break in when they entered the store at 8 oclock Daughter of More Weds Labor Otficiah DBS MOINES 46yearolil Teamsters Union organizer has taken as hfs bride the daughter of Iowa Democratic State Chair man Jake More Robert Wr Bar nfy Baker of Detroit Mich and Carolyn Ann More 24 were mar ried April 26 in a Methodist Church wedding in Arlington Va The couple met at the 1958 Dembcralic national convention in Chicago They will make their in Detroit MASTERS OF DECEIT Hubby Wonts Wife Not to Run Again for Congress Seat OKLEE Minn WVThe hus band of Rep Coy a Knutson CD Minn said Thursday he had asked his wife not to run for a third term in Congress In a statement Andrew Knut son said that since her election four years ago their home life has deteriorated to the extent that it is practically nonexistent Rep Knutson 45 was not avail la for comment I want to have the happy home that we enjoyed for many years prior to her election Knutson said adding that he ex Communist Party Operates Both Above Underground pects his wife the request Coya hasnt to comply with been home for SAME statement said Christmas for two years and for Easter the past three I have seen our son but a few times and for only brief visits Knutsons EDITORS NOTE Commu nist Party agents sent under ground in accordance with party strategy naturally to identified with its open aboveground membership J Edgar Hoover tells all about it ir this chapter of his new book Masters of Deceit By J EDGAR HOOVER Director Federal Bureau of Investigation Aboveground the Communisl Party in the U S as do Commu nist parties in other countries this side of the Iron Curtain seeks to represent itself as a legitimate political organization working for the best interests of the nation When large segments of the population are hoodwinked into oelieving or accepting this fraud ulent claim it becomes easier for the party lo carry on its revolu tionary propaganda through mas agitation infiltration and fronts Without some degree of public cceptance the party is doomed o an isolated impotence COMMUNIST TACTICS require hat the partys activities be pushed as far as possible above jround Where and when the gov jrnment takes steps to protect tself from outright treason and subversion more and more party activities are shifted under round that is to the illegal ap paratus The party is always pre pared to do this for Lenin taught hat communism must always lave two levels aboveground and underground Both must exist at the same time One without the other is incomplete In times of nonprosecution1 is when hostile govern ments are not attacking the party like a submarine will sur face carrying on the bulk of it work aboveground But a portion the underground will alway stay submerged concealing thi partys illegal activities iring to place concealed members n sensitive positions in govera ment education and industry maintaining clandestine commuri cation networks i IN EVENT of an emergency his undercarriage quickly ex pands providing the party with wellprepared and extensive un dercover operators Within days lundredo of aboveground c o ra rades can be fitted into the under round operations ir As the party always prefers aid to Soviet espionage elrieav eBa surface operations with a sup porting It fights iesperately all legislation curtail ing its activities Only to prevent annihilation will it go completely underground for this action duces contact with the masses wastes energy on nonproductive security measures and decreases effectiveness TJ h e Communist Party has experienced two periods of intensified underground activi ties 1 shortly after iU   

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