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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited iac BEtJAZETTE T M I HI W S P A M t THAT MA K I S A L I M 0 R T H I 0 W A N S ME I C Hi O HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Cmitod Copy MASOM CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 14 IMS ThU Pajwr CocriiU ot Two gtettoa Violence Communist Inspire Ike Mason cloudy Wed nesday night cooler low 4852 Partly cloudy and cooler Thurs day high 6772 Iowa cloudy through Thursday Widely scattered light showers southeast Wednes day night Cooler northwest Wednesday night and southeast Thursday Low Wednesday night 4454 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees above normal through next Monday Normal highs 71 north to 73 south Normal lows 45 north to 52 south Cool Thurs day followed by a warming trend end of the week Rainfall will average onetenth to threetenths of an inch in scattered showers Sunday or Monday v Minnesota Fair and somewhat cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 83 Minimum 60 At 8 am 66 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 60 54 Nixons Stay at Caracas Public Events Cancelled BULLETIN CARACAS Venezuela Vice President Richard M Nixon cut short his Venezuelan visit and planned to leave time Wednesday afternoon CARACAS Venezuela President Nixon object of a mobs howling wrath Tuesday as urea President Eisenhower by elephone Wednesday that all is aim in Eisenhower sent 1000 Marines and Army paratroopers into the Caribbean as a precaution and ollowed up with a telephone call o Nixon at theUS Embassys residence Nixon assured the President everything isunder control But US Air Force guardsencircled he ambassadors residence and hundreds of Venezuelan police and troops patrolled surrounding roads Authorities made allout prepa rations to assure Nixons safe de parture Wednesday as the vice president conferred with Vene Other Factors Involved Denies Plot on Trade SMASHED WINDOWS OF NIXON CAR Here is a closeup of theshattered windows of the car in which Vice President and Mrs Nixon rode through jeering AP Photofax Venezuelan mobs The auto also was badly dented and scratched from sticks and lead pipes zuela officials at dors residence the ambassa NIXON WILL RIDE in a bullet proof limousine The route to the airport will be cleared of traffic Armored cars and tanks will be stationed at intersections Nixon refused to cut short his stay in Venezuela but decided against anymore public apfiar ances In a show of force President Eisenhower rushed 1000 Marines and paratroopers to US bases and Puerto Rico only three hours flight time from Caracas A third Marine company flew by helicopter to join the Caribbeanbound aircraft carrier Tarawa at sea The Marine detachment came WHO ME Yessir the original crosseyed owl has C L 1 TX 1 14ff n r4 Ft rin T beenlfound It lives with its mate and a nestof four owletsin a tree on the J BConroy farm south of Mason Photographer Elwin Musser believes its left eye is blind from the 2nd Marine Camp Lejeune NC Division and the Living Costs March Upward 24th Time Army paratroops from the 101st Airborne Division Ft CampbeU By The US Defense Department said they were available if the Venezuelan government sought assistance but the countrys rul Americans in Tripoli to Be Removed BEIRUT Lebanon US Embassy sent a ship Wednesday to pick up Americans In Tripoli after getting reports the situation isserious in that north Lebanese port AntigovernmentyioIencemean while moved into its fifth day in Lebanon A bomb exploded harm lessly in front of the US Em aassy here U S AMBASSADOR Robert McClintock told reporters there are 53 Americans in Tripoli Most are members of the Presbyterian mission Be said they arenot be ing ordered out but have been ad vised to leave McClintock emphasized the sit uation is serious in Tripoli where a US Information Agency office was sacked Saturday at the outset of demonstrations Lebanese authorities evacuated Americans from the Bekaa valley in eastern Lebanon as bombing IN ALGERIA UPRISING French Take Action PARIS The French government Wednesday ordered GenJRabul Salah to take command of Algeria froman insurrectionist junta led by a tough paratroop officer In its first official action since being installed the newcabinet of Premier Pierre Pflimlin also banned all public demonstrations throughout France and in Algeria Salan commander of all troops in Algeria was take full command in the North African Colony from paratroop Gen Jacques Massu V Massu demandedthat President Rene Coty pub wartime hero Gen Charles De Gaulle at the head of a government outside politics would be a military dictator ship The cabinet told Salan to main tain law and order in the Algerian capital of Algiers and to guaran tee the protection of lives and Ot3R WIRE SERVICES NEW YORK The cost of living rose to an alltime high in April for the 24th consecutive month the National Industrial Con ference Board reported Wednesday Consumer prices in April rose 04 per cent from March and ran 32 per cent ahead of the same 1957 month the board said The boards allitem index for stood at 1072 per cent of the 1953 base period Food costs scored a monthto month gain of 11 per cent to pace the index higher The survey ihowed food costs now are 70 per cent higher than a year ago Small month to month gains also appeared in apparel and sun dries while housing and transpor tation costs were unchanged from March All components of the in dex were up sharply from a year purchasing price of the ago The dollar using the dollar of 1953 a a base of 100 cents was 932 cents in April down 04cent from March and a full 3 cents from April 1957 The board said lower beef pro duction and a seasonal decline in pork supplies resulted in a hefty increase in meat prices Poultry prices also rose sharply while fresh fruits and vegetables continued to inch higher How ever milk butter eggs frozen vegetables and coffee declined SAM Nicholas Opposed to Tax Deduction Plan SIOUX CITY Gov W H Nicholas a candidate for the Re ublican nomination for governor old a breakfast club Wednesday e is opposed to collection of the tate income tax through payroll deductions A state withholding tax means he wage earners takehome pay s cut down and the business mans burden of filling out tax orms is piled higher he said Nicholas added The worker paycheck already is reducec enough through federal withhold ng and the businessman is busy enough meeting competition dur ng this downturn in the econ omy Heavy Rain Left at Some Places in Iowa ing military junta showed no in clination to ask for such aid JUNTA CHIEF Rear Adm Wolfgang Larrazabal gave assur ance there would be no repetition of the riots in which spittingston ing urged on by Communist six members of the Nixon parties and four Venezuelans greeting them as they arrived from Bo gota Nixon was unhurt but told re iorters he was covered with spit rom head to foot He added that ne of the mob spat directly in Irs Nixons face at the airport Vindows in the cars were broken howering the party with glass he cars were dented and covered with spit and rotten eggs Larrazabal expressed deep re Murder Case Jury to Hear Defense and shooting and strikes swept the Lebanese armored cars escorted eight Americans and two Cypriot girls into Beirut from the remote Bekaa valley on the advice of the US Embassy THE GOVERNMENT of Presi dent Camille Cahmoun was re ported standing defiantly against the shooting burning mobs The US quickly offered po lice equipment to Lebanon to lelp the government maintain nternal security The death toll in rioting in Bei rut since Monday reached an es timated 20 persons LINCOLN Neb defense Wednesday began presenting testimony in support of the in sanity plea entered for Charles Starkweather former garbage collector who admitted involve ment in 11 slayings Starkweather 19 is being tried for the shooting of Robert Jensen 17 Bennet Neb high school stu dent who offered the defendant help when Starkweathers car got stuck on a rural road Inclosing its case Tuesday the state presented part of a 213page statement Starkweather gave in detailing the 11 slayings County Atty Elmer Scheele confined his reading to the part dealing with Jensens death property COTY HAD ORDERED the army in Algeria to call off its in jret He said orders had gone oul o take strong measures againsl demonstrators but that he would never order guns turned on Vene zuelans Larrazabals car also was stoned as he returned fromi a call on Nixon at the embassy LEADERS OF Venezuelans hree main political parties made a nationwide broadcast Tuesday 1 night condemning the antiNixon riots and urging the Venezuelan people to conduct themselves with serenity and dignity Civic and educational leaders also joined in a radio program similarly condemning violence and appealing for order and de corum Interior Minister Numa Quevedo in a statement deplored the disorders and said they do not affect the traditional cordia relations between the United States and Venezuela Quevedo said Uie junta had or dered those responsible for the The thundershowers which drift ed across northwest Iowa Tue day night left heavy rain at som places The heaviest rainfall was 74 of an inch at Pocahontas Some 250 troops ia battle dress Sac City had 71 of an inch Emjand police were posted in a three metsburg 65 Sioux City 20 andj Spencer 13 of an inch More wide1 ly scattered showers were due in northern Iowa Wednesday and in the southeast part of the state Wednesday night block radius around the hilltop embassy Mobs swarmed through the streets during the night smash ing windows and shrieking anti American slogans Decision to Be Made on Any Tax Cut WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Eisenhower said Wednesday a decision on antirecessiontax cuts will have to be made by June But be refused to specu late whatthe decision will be e President grew visiblyir ritated when Jie was asked at his weekly news conference whether he would veto an income tax cut if Congress decided to go ahead and vote one He said he was not going to prophesy what might happen that he has told the reporters time and again that he was watching the situation and thai he would make a decision at the proper time A reporter then pointed out that present excise and corporation tax rates are due to drop auto matically on June 30 unless Con gress acts The President replied he was aware of this and he said he agreed k decision on tax reduc tion will have to be made well before that time FROM OUR WIRE WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said Wednesday it looked as if there was some kind of concerted by the Com munists in the antiAmerican demonstrations around the world He said he thought the Commu nists were capitalizing on latent unrest But the President told a news conference he believes economie troubles are partly responsible for the antiAmerican demohstraS lions in such countries as Venezfr ela and Peru Ei senhower said Co m munis t in spiration seems to be behind the demonstrations in some other parts of the world but addedthat the unrest in French Algeria be caused by something else EISENHOWER spoke in re sponse to a request for bis ment of the current wave of anti American demonstrations in South America particularly vhat has happened to Nixon and lis party in Venezuela and Peru A reporter asked whether the President saw any pattern 6f Communist inspiration or whether it also could be a case of genuine resentment against U S policies Pflimlins government SALAN against Premier AP Photofax BASES lines illustrate flights of 1000 US Marines and Army paratroops to Carib bean bases as a precautionary move after attacks on Vice President Nixonin Venezuela Massu demanded that the war on the Algerian rebels be pushed vigorously to conclusion In a new statement broadcast by Algiers radio he termed the Pflimlin Cab inet a government of abandon ment The Assembly reacted immedi ately to the military seizure of power in Algiers by Massu and in postmidnight session voted Pflimlin into office 274129 Coty installed the Cabinet at once THE ASSEMBLY VOTE came after a day of wild rioting by French ultranationalists in Paris and Algiers In the North African capital the mob sacked the U S information library and occupied the central government building finally giving way to the military In Paris police cordons kept the demonstrators from storming the Assembly building and arrested some 85 leaders of extreme right ist political groups The demonstrations and the Al giers coup were sparked by fear that Pflimlins moderate govern ment might yield to increasing international pressure to end the Algerian rebellion by political concessions which would loosen French control in Algeria Both mobs shouted antiAmerican slogans the result of persistent reports that the U S government is urging negotiations with the Al gerian nationalists Petrillo to Step Out as Musicians Head NEW YORK C Pe trilloannounced Wednesday he will step out as president of the American Federation of Musicians next month after 18 years in the post He said his physician had advised him to take things easy Petrillo who is 66 has been an officer of the AFMfor 26 years He is a vice president of the AFLCIO Eisenhower called it a plex question Then he wenton to say that he does not believethere is any single cause of in theLatin American countries are he added economie factors in the US with such countries as Uruguay BoliviaPeruand Venezuela IN Nixon and his partywere stonedand spat upon have been rumors Eisenhowersflid that the United States is trying to impose quotas on such oil export ing nations There is no truth to that Eisen hower declared The Presidenttold anews con fernce that the possibility of tile demonstrations 5againsl Nixoa on his South American tour had been discussed in advance of the trip But the President said no one had anticipated the violence which occurred in Caracas Ven ezuela Tuesday The President also said he ex pected Nixon to go ahead with his plans for a European tour later this year He said he wouldnt think of canceling those plans Nor did he believe Nixon would think for a minute of doing so just because of any possibility of hostile demonstrations there CHAVEZ WINS ALBUQUERQUE S Sen Dennis Chavez DNM won re nomination and State Rep John Burroughs emerged asthe choice of New Mexico Democrats for governorship in Tuesdays pri mary elections MASTERS Of DECEIT One Thing Obvious Reds Hate Religion EDITORS NOTE Com munists attitude toward reli gion is told in this installment from J Edgar Hoovers book Masters of Deceit By J EDGAR HOOVER Director Federal Bureau of Investigation Something utterly new has taken root in America and other nations during the past genera tion a Communist mentality representing a systematic pur posive and conscious attempt to destroy a free civilization and roll history back to the age of bar baric cruelty and despotism all in the name of progress Evil is depicted as good terror as justice hate as love and obed ienceto a foreign master as pat riotism This mentality is limited o a I minority the disciplined corps o the Communist Party However Communist thought control in all ts various capacities has spread be infection in varying degrees to most phases of American life THIS MENTALITY promoted n the United States for the pur pose of eventually leading to a destruction of the American way of life poses a crucial problem for every one of us In our tolerance for religious freedom for separation of church and state we sometimes lose sight of the historical fact West ern civilization has deep religious roots Our schools courts legis lative bodies social agencies philanthropic organizations as well as our churches are w i t nesses to the fundamental fact that life has a significance that we ourselves do not create It is part of our tradition and belief that each of us is obligated   

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