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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                lowos Daily Newspaper Edited far Beaw MASON GiiY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAFEK THAT MAKIS ALL MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 10 R t H I 0 W A S N I 1 fi H O I HOME EDITION Paper CootUU fectioiicSacUon OM New TitoRussian Dispute Develops CROWIX PLEASER One of the highlights of the serve training center a year to construct One swarm of Armed Forces Day parade at Forest City Saturday was children climbed onto an Army tank left to get a good the 32fpot scale model of the Battleship Iowa The look at the parade model took the members ofthe Des Moines Naval He Stand oh Economy Supported 1 Eisen hower has been wise to wait for our economy to right itself Enid Robinson of Hamp ton Republican candidate for from the 3rd district told a Sheffield audience Friday Hasty action proposingto cure a few trouble spots by injecting another dose of inflation would have hurt the nation more than it helped Mrs Robinson said We can be proud that our Re publican administration has re fused to play electionyear tics taxpayers money WE HAVE MORE unemploy ment than anyone wants of course Butfortunaiely the ad justments havecome in the auto and a few other industries where consumers have b e en seeking price corrections I expect the normal forces in our competitive econdmy to bring about quick re covery And I know that should the problem continue or the sit uation fail to correct itself quick government action can be taken Mrs Robinson spoke of the tremendous forces which lenc themselves to continued econom ic expansion and growth ELEVEN THOUSAND new ba bies are born every day she ob served Four thousand brides and their new husbands start new homes each day The nation needs hundreds of billions of dol lars worth of roads s c h o o 1 s homes hard goods and machin ery just to keep up Our economy Mrs Robinson concluded has always given us prosperity gains parallelling pop ulation gains At our rate of occasional mal dip These are nor FOREST CITY FETES MILITARY ram By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazetteFarm Editor FOREST Dech ert general counsel to the De partment of Defense told a crowd at the second annual Armed Forces Day celebration at For est City Saturday that a strong missile program is necessary to maintain world peace Thousands of North lowans and Southern Minnesotans showed up for the event complete with pa rade held under ideal weather readiness machinery instantly available Dechert continued thus no po tential enemy would makea mis calculation and bring about a war on the assumption of un conditions It is necessary for thiscoun to be ready now with the best Wind Blows Down Rafters on Klemme Building 3 Hurt workmen on the Sawtelle Super Market being built here were hurt Saturday shortly before noon when the wind blew down the rafters whichwere being erected Wesley Suckow Orville Bridges and Jack Rurige were takento Belmond Hospital Attendants there said the three were able to walk but their injuries would not be known until xrays were com pleted The west wall of the building of tile masonry was broken and will have to be rebuilt Railroad Test Case Awaits Court Ruling MONTREAL Lfl Threatening a nationwide strike firemen on the Canadian Pacific Railway awaited a decision Saturday on their court effort to delay the lines abolishing some of their jobs CPR plans to remove firemen f iw iciiiuve utciilcil growth m recent years we can from Diesels in freight and yard expect adjustments and even an service claiming they are un necessary The dispute touched PFLJMLIN TO TRY PARIS Pflimlin will accept President Rene Cotys re quest to try to form the 25th post war government reliable sources said Saturday He will go before the French Parliament for ap proval Tuesday off a firemens strike 16 months ago and is regarded as a test case for all North American rail roads A second strikeis set for Sunday morning 34TH ANNIVERSARY WASHINGTON J Edgar Hoover Saturday marked tke 34th as director of the FBI SPEAKING ON the subject of rmed servicesin the missile age and the pending plans for reor ganization in the Department of Defense Dechert told the gather irigthatour missile program acts as a deferent force against means of forestalling war brought on by a miscalculation by any country Dechert added Un der present conditions we would lack the time to prepare for war in the two previous AP Photofax SWEATER FOR BERTIL Prince Bertil of Sweden smiling ly models a sweater given him by William Rill student at Gus Adolphus College St Peter Minn The athletic sweat er made the Prince an honorary member of the college G club Bertil is to help celebrate the states cen tennial observance USIS Library in Lebanon Burned BEIRUT Lebanon ffi Rioters burned the U S Information Service library Saturday in the north Lebanon seaportof Tripoli Reports from the scene said gov ernment forces had brought the for a control STRIKE CONTINUES LONDON UP The London anniversary of his appointment bus strike was in its day Saturday with no end in sight DECHERT GREETED A delegation from Forest City was on hand at the Ma son City airport Friday night to greet Defense Department official Robert De thert second from Dechert was one of the main speakers at Forest Citys Armed Forces Day fete Saturday Others are Arthur Totten far left general chairman of the event and Dudley Weible and Hailey Stipp Flood Threats Easing But More Rain in Forecast By THE UNITED PKESS Awet weekend was predictr for much of the South and paiv of the West but floodthreatened communities in Kentucky Colo rado Ohio Indiana and Illinois hoped the worst was over More rain was expected along the eastern slope the Rocky Mountains and from the Texas plains to the Carolinas Some showers were predicted too for southern California into Arizona and in the Cascades and northern Rockies Cold air from Canada poured down over the Great Lakes arid into New England stirring snowi flurries in northern Michigan and a record 28 degree reading for the day at Albany N Y SHOWERS FELL in many of the floodthreatened areas through gression The missile program is our as we did conflicts On the subject of turn Dechert stated that one of Friday Rising waters drove families to the second stories of their homes at Catlettsburg Ky and cut off an entire section of Den ver Another major flood crest rolled down the Ohio River flooding homes and closing schools Kentuckys weeklong ordeal reached its climax as the swollen Big Sandys crest swept down on Catlettsburg where the river joins the Ohio MAYOR CHARLES GIBBS said the river crested at 575 feet six feet above flood level Friday af uuii ojectiert siatea uiac one aj the big problems is to bring out and added it looks like xi T i thp ic nvnr the fears of those people who are held by existing conditions the worst is over Denver was caught off guard by a downpour w h i c h assumed THESE FEARS must be concloudburst proportions Two days sidered and weighed he conof rain isolated the citys south tinued but they must not be aleast section some streets turn lowed to stop needed action ing into rivers while sandbagging Dechert told thatby June 30 started along South Side streets 1959 the Armed Forces will num ber 2525000 Of this total 870000 of a tenth of a foot an hour and will bein the Army 630000 in the Navy 850000 in the Air Force and 175000 in the Marine Corps Dechert added In the face of changing meth ods of warfare no legislation is effective to continue methods of yesterday No law could have preserved wooden battleships once the Monitor and Merrimac fought their famous battle ALSO ON THE program was an address by Gov Herschel Loveless He said the American people have a solemn and spe cific obligation to our fighting forces an obligation to support them with every effort necessary in the long war for survival which lies ahead The developments of science have put into the hands of men awesome and undreamed of pow er Loveless said We now barrier gates at Cincinnati were closed Upstream the Red Cross asked for boats toevacuate fami lies between Portsmouth and Wheelersburg Storm plagued Texas mean while weathered more tornadoes and freakish winds Omaha Men Killed in Iowa Accident HONEY CREEK Iowa Two Omaha men were killed went out of control and plunged into a ditch on U S 75 one mile stand on the threshold of the age of space Obviously public com prehension has not kept up with the unbelievably rapid develop ments of science However in the darkest hours before the successful launching of the Vanguard there was no American who did not feel in his heart that American scientific and military talent would ulti mately solve theriddles of outer space AS THE PARADE started each convertible full of dignitaries and each high school band was greet ed with a round of applause One of the best received parade participants was the allgirl drill team representing the Civil Air Patrol squadron at DCS Moincs The unit advanced to the national finals in drill team competition last year The favorites with the young sters in the crowd were the many pieces of mobile military equip ment including an operational tank radar devices amphibious vehicles and troop carriers Air Force planes made several passes over the city The Ohio River rose at a rate sheriffs office said the two men were riding in a car travelin AP Phototax BIGGEST BOOSTER Alfonae DeCook Delhi Canada was the biggesfbooster to help with the local Buy Now campaign A taxi driver he weighs 600 pounds has a girth of 11 inches and is 75 inches tall Here tailor Sam Vexler measures him for a new suit The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with no large temperature changes through Sunday Low Saturday night mid 50s High Sunday 78 82 Iowa Partly cloudy through Sun day Cooler northwest Satur day night and extreme north Sunday Low Saturdaynight 40 north to 50 south Minnesota Fair mild High Sun day near 80 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 77 Minimum 49 At 8 a m 67 Dubuque Store Owner Convicted of Tax Evasion DAVENPORT Roshek 52 coowner of a big Dubuque department store stood convicted Saturday of charges that he evad ed in federal income taxes Thomas Roshek 44 his brother and partner in the store offered early Saturday when their car no defense to accusations that he failed to pay in faxes These developments came Fri south of here The victims were day night at the end of a four John Slack 42 and Patrick weeks trial before a jury of 11 men and one woman in U S Dis The Pottawattamie County trict Court Attorneys for the brothers who claimed they were innocent of any north at an apparent high rateiwilful evasion of the tax obliga of speed The car careened outitions were allowed until June 2 of control for 413 iect beforejlo file motions for a new trial plunging into a 25foot Judge Henry N Graven throwing both men out The car delayed passing sentence until at rolled over both men ileast after that time Starkweather to Take Stand in Murder Trial LINCOLN Neb W Charles Starkweather will take the stam about Wednesday in his murder trial And his defense counsel T Clement Gaughan says we don know whathe will say The 19yearold former garbage collector has admitted involve ment in 11 slaytngs last Januarj in Nebraska and Wyoming He faces the electric chair or life imprisonment for the shooting o Robert Jensen 17 Bennet Neb Gaughen toldthe jury the ac wa s committed Stark weather was suffering from delu sions He entered a plea of in nocent byreason of insanity and Starkweather showelf annoyanci when counsel referred to delu sions and subnormal intelligence But he remained silent The defense attorney said Charles contends he shot Jensen killed by six bullets in the back of the head when Jen s en launched an attack Gaughan in dicated he will attemptto ge Starkweather to tell that stor from the stand It would he tok the jury be proof of insanity SAME Curb on Trade Possible Soviet Stand Backfires WASHINGTON US offl Saturday said theylook for more trouble between the SoviefX Union and Yugoslavia with the possibility that the Soviets may use economic sanctions against he independent Comunist coun rv Soviet Premier Khrush hev is believed to be toughening lis policy toward Yugoslav com munism in order to tighten Mos cows control over other Eastera uropean Communist countries where the Titoist brand of com munism is attractive ONE RESULT of the Soviet ampaign which has become ap parent this week is to putthe Communist leadership in Poland on a bad spot1 The Poles have seen trying to assert some inde pendence of Moscow without risk Ing a real break It is a question now whether the will be able to preserve what they have gained against Soviet pressures Officials here generally dis count speculation that cowBelgraderowwould serious y effect the SoviePs attitude toward summit the Western powers However some authorities consider it likely that Khrushchev would prefer not to go into a summit meetingwhea he was having serious difficulties in his satellite territory THERE IS virtuallyno support here for European speculation that Khrushchevs position as premier and Communist party boss may be at stake in the struggle with Yugoslav President Tito The prevaOing Washington view is that Khrushchev has simply had to realize that the policies he was following several years ago when he tried to restore friendly political relations with Tito have failed Those policies have failed because Tito has re fused to bow to Moscow dictation he did before his break with Stalin in his successful venture in independent commu nism has found followers in other Sovietcontrolled countries How far Khrushchev will find it necessary to go in the present situation is the big question now Speculation here is that he may slow down or cut off altogether the Soviets program of economic assistance to Yugoslavia The aid program in which other Soviet bloc countries areparticipating has an undelivered balance ol about million including an aluminum plant and a nuclear reactor which Tito was promised KILLED IN FALL STORY CITY were held here Saturday for Frank W Densmore 78 fatally injured when he and his wife fell from a second story platform while doing outside repair work on their home here Mrs Densmore is still in a hospital MASTERS OF DECEIT Underground Has Many Duties EDITORS NOTE J Edgar Hoover in this chapter from his book Masters of Deceit reveals how the Communist Partys underground can serve Russias own espionage n e t works inthe U S at a time Russias spokesmen profess good will and peaceful inten tions By J EDGAR HOOVER Director Federal Bureau of Investigation The Communist underground in t h e United States designed among other things lo aid Sov iet espionage to place members in strategic positions in industry for potential sabotage to d i s credit law enforcement and to infiltrate the armed forces Lenin taught the leaders of Sov iet world conquest that the en emy must beweakened in ad vance To wait for something to happen is not the way to achieve revolution The way must ba pre pared The enemy must be soft ened up weaken his will to re sist nullify his capacity for coun teraction impair his morale Then when Ihc crisis comes can inarch to power through the ranks of demoralized opponents as Lenins followers did in Russia in November 1917 THE PARTYS relation to Sov iet espionage is one of the most potent weapons in the Commu nist underground arsenal As past events have example the Harry GoldKlaus Fuchs com bination and the case of Julius and Ethe1 Rosenberg who were executed in 1953 on espionage charges Moscow directed spy ing is a vital danger to the integ rity and safety of free govern ment Espionage is utilized not only to secure information but also to weaken the enemy from within The Soviets instituted espionage operations against the United States very early with the full cooperation of the Communist Party USA Comintern reps became common figures in party circles Ludwig C A K Martens a member of the Russian Commu nist Party was sent to the U S in January 1919 Although never recognized by the United States government he set up an office in New York City Arthur Adams who wasidentified years later   

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