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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                r North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Horn HI NlWSPAril THAT M A K I VOL LXIV PTCM tad United Tun LMM 7e Copy ALL NO RTH 10 WANS N I I H 1 O t J MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 15 HOME EDITION 1 ThU Paper al Four Mr Socialists ssian Sputnik Put in Orbit French Unite Over Algeria PARIS R Premier Pierre Pfliinlins newgovernment won Socialist aid Thursday in the struggle against the spreading French military coup in Algeria Former Premier Guy Mollet as leader of the Socialist party agreed to become deputy premier Mollets decision is expected to be followed by a gesture to the French colonials and military in Algeria who underscored their defiance of Paris by organizing additional committees of public safety This gesture would be the re appointment of Robert Lacoste as minister for Algeria Although a Socialist he is acceptable to Frenchmen in Algeria demanding no compromise In the battle to stamp outthe Alger ian nationalist Rebellion DEFENSE MINISTER Pierre de Chevigne took new measures against the military in Algeria and RightistCommunist trouble makers at home He sent orders to all ministry commanders to enforce rigid dis cipline andsuppress any agitation among the troops Commanders in Algeria were to report toMthe Defense Ministry instead 0f in There was no indica geria were obeying More than 160001 reinforcements were brought in to help Paris po lice keep order Armored units ringing the capitalwere on con stant alert Paris was quiet but jittery aft er a second night of battles be tween rioters from both the ex treme right and the Communist left and security troops RIOTERS IN ALGIERS who touched Off the crisis Tuesday stayed quiet under orders of the head of the dissident junta para troop Brig Gen Jacques Massu Pfiimlin for the moment de Burma Wants Pierson to Resign Post The campaign manager of Lt Gov William H Nicholas has accused Don C Pierson Hum pended on Maj Gen Raoul SaDoldt of abusing his membership Ian the French commander in OD the Iowa Republican Central chief in Algeria to preserve the Committee and demanded that he facade of government control He rpsicrn designated Salan to assume pro visional civil and military author T cum iiiiiiiary auinor me ity in the North African terriMason Cityans campaign for the tory and announced later he had nomination for gov received Salans first report The ernor in the June Primary implication was that it was satis factory Heavily NIXON TELLS OF TRIP Vice President Richard Nixon gestures as he addresses a throng gathered at National Airport to welcome him home from his South WASHINGTON TURNS OUT EN MASSE A AP American tour With him are his wife holding flowers who accompanied him and President Eisenhower Richard Nixon came home to big Thursday from his violencemarred good will tour of Latin President Eisenhower the Cab inet members salute to Nixon THE VICE PRESIDENT and Mrs Nixon stoned and spat up6n by a mob in Caracas Venezuela they failed to iind ihJ Venezuela Peru and Colombia was evidence in great abundance as thecouple arrived at Washingtons National Airport President Eisenhower was the The charge came from Henry Burma Allison manager of the censored dispatches Algeria indicated local mili tary control with the public safe ty committees operating under them and that so far there were no direct challanges to Salans authority Neither was Salan making any evident attempt to oust Massu or suppress the com mittees In Oran a mob of about 40000 invaded the government head quarters and attacked provincial Gov Pierre Lambert who had pledged his support to Paris The armyrescued him and the Oran area commander Lt Gen Jean Rhetore announced he had taken over civil and military authority The Weather Mason C5fy Mostly fair Thurs day night low in lower 50s Partly cloudy Friday not much change in temperature high in lower 70s Iowa Partly cloudy north con siderable cloudiness with scat tered showers or thunderstorms extreme south Thursday night and Friday A little cooler southeast Thursday night and Friday otherwise not much change in temperature Low Thursday night 4858 Minnesota Fair pleasant GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum PIERSON represents the 6th District on the central Commit tee He is one of six former GOP state chairmen who have en dorsed Nicholas opponent Dr William G Murray Burma sent letters to Pierson and State Chairman L L Jurge meyer saying Pierson should re sign immediately for the good of the Republican Party in Iowa1 82 51 66 68 43 He asked Jurgemeyer to join in a request for Piersons resignation Pierson said he wouldnt re sign Jurgemeyer had no com ment BURMA WROTE to Pierson Your action of open endorse ment of a candidate for governor while still a member of the Cen tral Committee is not only a scar against the mandate of your position and the ethical beliefs of the Iowa Republican Party but is a serious blotch against the stewardship entrusted to the par ty by the voters of Iowa in the past The letter to Jurgemeyer said Republican victory in Iowa in the fall requires a party organi zation unhampered during this primary by such dictatorial de cree as Mr Piersons The Re publican Party cannot hope to regain the governorship if its Central Committee is tainted with the odious label of machine HEADS POSTMASTERS COUNCIL BLUFFS WJames Milter Plainfield was elected president of the Iowa Branch of the National League of Postmas ters at the closing session of the organizations threeday conven tion Wednesday A C Rank Buf falo Center was named secre tary AP Phototax MAKES SELECTION Ned Lyle 33 Erwin Tenn placed a Hawaiian lei on one of flagdrapeu caskets of un known Korean war dead there by designating that one to rest alongside the Unknown Soldier of World War I and II in Ar lington National Cemetery The ceremoney took place at The Hill of Sacrifice cemetery in Honolulu Iowa Man Killed in Light Plane Crash WATKINS LVDavid Ocken fels 24 was killed late Wednes day when a light plane which rela tives said he was delivering to a friend in Milwaukee Wis crashed on the farm of his parents near here He was the son of Mr and Mrs Leo Ockenfels who farm two miles northeast of here in Benton County Witnesses said he was maneu vering the plane arid when it was about 250 feet up it flipped over and crashed Ockenfels was trapped in the wreckage for about 45 minutes He died shortly after he was removed SAME means no talfio f Zi hoars Starkweather Accuses Caril of Murder LINCOLN Neb Starkweather accused his 14 yearold girl friend of murder on tha witness stand Thursday and said all of his own killings were in self defense The 19yearold mass slayer ac cused Caril Fugate who accom panied him on a murder rampage which took 11 lives of killing Carol King 16 STARKWEATHER adm i 11 e d calmly that he had killed Robert Jensen 17 the King girls boy friend It is for Jensens murder that Jie is being tried Earlier Mrs Guy Stark weather the mother of the ac cused clashed with her sons at torneys and refused to back up their plea of insanity which could save him from the electric chair A TINY WOMAN with red hair like her son Mrs Starkweather told the jury she didnt think there was anything mentally wrong with Charlie at the present time She blamed the 19yearold kil lers troubles on Carit CRASH KILLS FIVE TAFT Calif fourengine Navy transport plane crashed in clear weather Wednesday night killing its crew of five America you the President said touching of a burst of flagwaviftg applause Nixon in response to Eiseh hower attributed the mob attack to a minority who did not under stand the purpose of the Unite States He said the great majority o the people in all walks ofIif are friendly to the United State today NIXON I OFFERED that as th principal observation of h i eightnation tour Eisenhower paid high persona tribute to Nixon saying the Vici President under trying condition had conducted himself efficiently effectively and with great dignity After Nixon wound up his re s p o n s e he and Eisenhowe climbed into an open topautomo bile and rode together into th city Mrs Nixon was seated be tween the vice presiden on her left hand and the Presi dent on her right THE NIXON GIRLS rode in th little jump seats immediately in front of the President and th vice president They are Trici 12 and Julie 9 But No Animal Aboa rd Twice as Heavy as Sputnik II MOSCOW Soviet Union Thursday launched its third and argest Sputnik an 119footcone weighing nearly a ton and a half A special announcement by official Soviet news agency said the new earth satellite firec n connection with the Soviet In ternational Geophysical Year pro ram was jammed with appara us and instruments for probing he secrets of outer space The announcement gave no in dication that the latest satellite carried a living passenger a com panion to the dog Laika which went up and died with Sputnik II Instead it listed the numerou items of equipment with which i said the new Sputnik would repbr on the upper layers of the earths atmosphere as a contribution o Soviet scientists to world sci ence THE ANNOUNCEMENT gave no indication of the launching power of the new Sputnik nor the location of its launching site It reported ihe Sputnik was or biting normally at the rate of om circuit of the earth every 106 min utes and reaching a maximum a titude of 1168 miles The weigh was announced as 291953 pound or more than double the 1120 pound weight the ed for Sputnik II i The new Sputnik joins thre American satellites circling in outer spacetKe largest of them weighing 308 pounds Russia two earlier satellites have reen tered the earths lower atmos phere and disintegrated RUSSIA HAS launched a tota of 4329 pounds of hardware in three successful tries TheUnitec States has successfully launchec 6505 total of thre small satellites The announcement said the sat ellite entered its orbit at an angl of 65 degrees to the equatoria An estimate that at 100000 18Months Lead NEW YORK Dr Wern von Braun said Thursday it will take the United States a year to 18 months to launch a satellite as big as the latest Russian Sputnik The missile expert said We simply do not have the rockets yet to lift a satellite of similar weight least plane indicating it will cover al most the entire inhabited part o the earth from close to the Arcti Circle to just above the Antarcti Circle At Cambridge Mass it wa estimated that Sputnik III should cheer the Nixons was made by Wiley Buchanan State Depart ment protocol officer He said there were about 15000 at the air port and estimated 85000 along the route between the airport and theWhite House DOLE DIES HONOLULU Wl James Drum mond Dole 80 founder of Ha waiis million pineapple in dustry died Wednesday about five hours after suffering a heart attack at his Honolulu home and have a lifeo about six months Russ Rockets Can Lift Big Warhead New Firing Proves WASHINGTON expert William H Pickering said Thursday that Russias launching of a 3000pound satel lite shows beyond doubt that it can launch intercontinental bal listic missiles with very sub stantial warheads Pickering director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Tech nology made the statement in testimony before the Senate Space Committee He estimated that a thrust of at least half a million pounds would have been required to launch Sputnik more than our biggest rockets de velop Dr Richard W Porter direc tor of the earth satellite program congratulated Rus sian scientists on launching and orbiting their heavyweight Sput nik He told a news conference the Russians apparently have put up test equipment for more extensive experiments than US scientists have ever at tempted in a single American satellite He said if there is no hitch in present plans he United States will be able to match and possibly surpass Russias experiments before the Inter national Geophysical Year ends Dec 31 The associate director of th Smithsonian Aslrophysical Obser vatory Dr Allen J Hynek added that the satellite may be visibl many parts of the UniteL States in the evening twiligh Thursday The announcement said th rocket which lifted the Sputnik aloft broke off and itself went into orbit close behind THE SATELLITE was dcs cribed as 5 feet 7 inches wide a its base and 11 feet 9 inches high That would be large enough to b seen from earth with the naked eye under proper lighting condi tions The three US satellites circl the globe in a narrower band tha extends about half as far on eithe side of the equator Two of them Explorer I and III are tube shaped objects about 80 inches long and the third Vanguard I is a sphere 64 inches in diame ter The orbit time and maximum height of Sputnik III is about the same as that reported for Sput nik II Its radio is transmitting on 20005 megacycles and ha been heard at many points in the US The new satellites radio signa as rebroadcast by Moscow radio was a repetition of dot dash do dot in a high musical tone The satellite carries solar bat last for long pe riods because they draw their power from the addition to chemical batteries ZSA ZSA ZSA ZSA FUMES Solon Dared to Repeat His Remark Zsa Zsa sue Rep Wl Gabor says r shell T r Wayne Hays DOhio for slan der if he repeats outside of Congress his remark that she apparently is the most pensive courtesan since Ma dame De Pompadour Ha y s made the remark Wednesday during House de bate on the foreign aid bill He was referring to expensive gifts given Miss Gabor by Lt Gen Rafael Trujillo Jr son of the Dominican Republics strong man Speaking through a public re lations firm Miss Gabor a few hours later challenged Hays to come out from behind the congressional walls of immu nity andrepeat his statement about me TRUJILLO 29 who is mar ried and has six children ha given Miss Gabor a chinchilla coat and a car Tru jillo in this country as a mili tary student also has given a car to actress Kim Novak During the House debate Hays tried to cut off aid to the Dominican Republic but hi amendment was defeated 7932 Hays quoted a telegram from the Dominican ambassador as saying young Tru jillo is paying his expenses out of a monthly allowance from his father NOTING THAT the aid bill carries for the Domini can Republic Hays said that just equals the young generals allowance for a year If he continues fooling around with Zsa Zsa the old man will have to raise the ante Hays said in Lebanon Continue Snipers Fire From Roofs BEIRUT Lebanon to Beirut was shaken again Thursday by explosions sniping from building ops and battles between and rioters Seven bombs exploded during he night but calm generally pre vailed until midmorning Then rioters surged through the streets n demonstrations against the profc Vestern government of President Camille Chamoun AN EXPLOSION rocked the Place in the heart of he business district and several persons were killed Police quick ly cordoned off the areaand rounded up more than 100 people Snipers oa the roofs of build ings fired at people in thestreets and demonstrators fought to rupt normal life in the city The United States is flying weapons to Lebanon where dis urbances have been under way for six days A GENERAL STRIKE which earlier choked offnormalbusi ness activity in Beirut lost mo Shops began to open again even in the riotriddea Moslem quarter where opposition leader Saeb Salam lives Althoughr seemed to be gaining the upperhand throughout most of the country Tripoli and other parts of north Lebanon stilLwere dominated by opponents of Chamoun In some areas opposition political leaders were said to be losing control of rioters Lebanese armored cars brdught eight and two Cypriot girls to the capital from the Be kaa Valley in east Lebanon Beirut was quieter after an es timated 20 persons were killed here Monday and Tuesday TJSl Ambassador Robert McClintock said he had no intention of mov ing Americans out of the capital city But the chartered ship Jack son Creekwas sent to the north Lebanese port of Tripoli 53 Americans were being urged by U S diplomats to go rut Troops Return From Caribbean Bases WASHINGTON U Paratroop ers and Marines rushed to Caribbean after mob attacks in Venezuela on Vice President Nix on and his wife started back home Thursday ThePentagon said 29 ports which flew two companies of the 101st Airborne Division from Ft Campbell Ky to Puerto Rico flew the 500 men back dur ing the day Orders also were is sued for the 500 Marines also dis patched to Caribbean bases MASTERS OF DECEIT Communism Stands Condemned on Record EDITORS NOTE This is the last in a series of articles taken from J Edgar Hoovers hew r book Masters Deceit By J EDGAR HOOVER Director Federal Bureau of Investigation The Communist revolution in Russia is 40 years behind us In these four decades commu nism has had a chance to show what it does with power in its tiands how it treats the people s who live under it what its atti tudes are toward law education science and religion how it han dles its relations with the non Communist world It stands condemned on its own It has revealed basic errors in theory and practice which will eventually bring about its down fall To turn around Karl Marxs famous comment ou capitalism communism is digging its owa grave IT CANNOT SURVIVE itis antiGod and antiman For all too long communisms true character has been concealed by its ova propaganda abetted by public ignorance and apathy Soviet Russia was hailed as aa advanced democracy and com munism as 20th Century Amer icanism Such phrases deceived free people and gave the party a protective cloak MarxismLeninism stands re vealed not as a new world ol hope and justice but as an evil conspiracy in pursuit of power Its cost in human misery and waste of human life is almost be yond description Every home in America today is deprived of aa even higher standard of living as a result of the tax burden brought on by the utter necessity of keep ing our defenses strong 11 1   

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