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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                Notfh Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL n HOME EDITION The Newspaper That Makes All North I o wans tatenuttoMl afl Uaw MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 IW 7e Copy Piper of Four Oiie Nikitas A Cockiness Underestimating Ike Will Bring Him Troubles By MARGUERITE HIGCINS New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Soviet Pre mier Nikita S Khrushchev has made nosecret of the relish with which he looks forward to his American mission and a matching of wits with the Presi dent of the United States But what about those hints hes 1 been droppingto the effect that a certain Dwight D Eisenhower is not unlikely to be a pushover in this particular game of chess Are these hints the secret reasons why Nikita S Khrush chev is bringing himself his entire family all essential flun keys and a friendly following of more than 100 Russians to the United States Or are these indications just the exuberant indiscretions of a peasantborn premier whose now been crowned by the great est triumph of all being asked at last into the living the very living room all in terms of world power Is all this respectability making Khrushchev a bit dizzy with success ONE THING IS certain No responsible person in Washing ton is goingto lose sleep over the fact that Khrushchev may think Eisenhower a soft touch The reaction here if this is the case is that the Soviet leader would be falling into the worst of political Underestima ting the opponent hower in better intellectual But partjtf the most fascinating game of all these days Guessing Khrush chevs real mptiyes back as 1955 Khrush chev amazed some Western Eu ropean Mos cow by crossexamining not about all about America and ending up with the question Is Mr Eisenhower as naive as he sounds A cocky dictator is of course particularly dangerous dicta tor But although both Khrush chevs motives and his many faceted character are often harder to grasp than a slippery watermelon seed his reasons for coming to seem aimed at considerably more than making a good Communist try at getting something for nothing out of Eisenhower though that is undoubtedly a part of the agenda THEN KHRUSHCHEV al ready the most travelled Rus sian leader in history has al wayspossessed a passionate de sire to see for himself the great American capitalist society which he is so determined to catch up with and surpass Contrary to Stalin a real re cluse Khrushchev really gets out to see for himself even when it involves personal danger as wasthe case in 1958 back to Budapest the scene of his 1956 crimes against the Hungarian revolu tionaries Afterwards whenhe emerged all 200 pounds of him booed but unbowed he exclaimed tri umphantly They e x p e ct e d Khrushchev to be torn apart See how they have lorn me aparU Look This improbable dictator with the folksy ways wrestlers build and goading ambitions quite often takes his vice one bit of which could serve as his personal motto LIFE IS he said Dalai Lama Forces Ti Issue on Help Sought AP Photofax MY KID SISTER TAKES CARE OF Mary Beer Philadelphia just turned 100 has a corsage pinned on her by her sister Mary Hare who is only The two have lived together for 50 years and Miss Beer says her kid sister has taken good care of The familyis noted for its longevi ty and their parents and seven brothers and sigters lived to be 95 or more UNITED NATIONS N Y UPI Dalai Lamas urgent appeal for immediate intervention to stop Commu nist Chinas wanton and ruthless murder of my peo ple lay before the United Nations Thursday but no member state was eager to pick it up 23yearold godking from his exile in India cabled SecretaryGeneral Dag Ham mar skjold to ask for help from the General Assembly He said Red Chinese forces had massacred thousands of innocent Tibetans and were sterilizing the men and wo men of Tibet in a drive to ex terminate the race Thousands had been dispossessed of their pressed into military and thousands of Buddhist monasteries had been razed the DalaiLama said property are no longer safe and Lhasa the capital of the state is now a dead cablegram The sufferings which my people are undergoing are be yond description and it is im peratively necessary that this wanton and ruthless murder of my people should immedi ately be brought tban end It is in these circumstances that I appeal to you and the Unit ed Nations in the confident hope that our appeal will re ceive the consideration it de India whose relations with China now have ebbed to the point of border fighting has persistently refused to carry Tibets banner before the Its official explana tion is that there would be no pointin such action as long as the Communist Chinese are not represented The United States and other Western powers are wary of raising the Tibetan issue both for fear of embarassing India in its touchy relations with Red China and also of laying themselves open to a charge MOSCOW IOWA EXTENDS Welcome to Mr K MOSCOW Iowa This Iowa town with the same name as the capital of Russia is willing to welcome Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev if he will come here when he visits this state Sept 2223 Perhaps Khrushchev doesnt know there is a Moscow in Iowa It isnt very big population of 230 Theres no mayor in the unincorporated village Public business such as there is is handled by a Council of Elders who meet at Ralph Wilhelmes blacksmith shop whenever the occasion rises Wilhelme says Khrushchev would find a far different Mos cow here not only in size This is a place where the people bejieve that all men have equal rights and men should be judged on their individual accomplishments and he IfcfhtHat Khrushchev would get true pic fur if Nehru Notes Add to Tension Iowa at Wilhelme Moscow is 11 miles south of Muscatine New Policy x j on Traffic Violators DES MOINES driver found guilty of violating a traf fic law in which a death or per sonal injury results will have his license suspended for 30 days Iowa Safety Commission er D on Statton announced Thursday The new crackdown was or dered by Statton after a rash of accidents over the Labor Day weekend claimed21 lives This hew Statton said was brought about not the Labor Day toll but also by the 1959 Legislature which gave authority to the commissioner to suspend a mo torists license for any serious The Lost Be First and the First Quotation RICHMOND Va ael L Matthew Fort Eustis sells encyclopedias That he was three days NEW DELHI India W A bitter exchange of notes be tween India and Red China laid before Parliament here Thursday and Prime Minister Nehru said Premier Chou En lais latest letter adds to the gravity of the border crisis Step step their policy Nehru Each nation accusedthe other of de manded that the other draw its froritie areas KASHMIR CLAIMED IY 1OTH INDIA AND PAKISTAN IUT RED CHINESE HAVE FOUGHT ACROSS UNDEFINED REPORTEDLY BUILT ROAD THROUGH KASHMIR TERRITORY TO AUTONOMY UNDER RED CHINA IN lt5I IUT REVOLTED THIS YEAR IECAUSE OF RESTRICTIONS ON DALAI LAMA AND COT STOMPED INTO COMPUTE ASSIMILATION INTO COMMUNISM FORMOSA RECENT QUIET IY STEPPEDUr MANEUVERS FROM COAST INDIA RED CHINESE TROOPS STAi ACROSS NORTHEAST FRONTIER IAOS COMMUNISTS WITH STRENGTH FROM NORTH VIETNAM AND RED CHINA FIGHTING IN AIOUT HALF THE PROVINCES NORTH VIETNAM KEDS BACKED IY RfD CHINA ROSE UP IN VIETNAM IN 1945 WON NORTH STATES TINY SIKKIM IHUTAN PROTECTED BY TREATY WITH INDIA BUT RED CHINESE VIOLATE THE BORDERS AT WILL HALF FOR COMMUNISM IN BLOODY SEVENYEAR VIETNAM FIGHT AGAINST FRENCH CAMBODJAXviiTNAM WHAT Whats Communist Khrushchev meeting when Mr K China up to is the question the U Si Or could be are asking as they consider Jbhese a big Red slaughts It may all tie in against neighboring proWestern ria is ago to sell encyclopedias He hasnt sold any yet At a sales meeting Wednes day 48 state sales winners were picked for a free trip to Paris But the chartered plane has49 seats A drawing was held The winner was to board the plane first and get his choice of seats Ah Monsieur Matthew you are the lucky one non Karp Indicted in Lakota Holdup WATERLOO Wl A federal rand jury has indicted Valen ine Karp 61 Hartland STATTON SAID there were on three counts in connection Live it all you can See all you can and go all you And Khrushchev is a man in a hurry For he has come to full power late in is 65 and acts with all the frenet ic drive of a mar who has lots to do and little time But will his tour of America cure his misconceptions The Rotariahs and the chambers of commerce may think so and the editorial writers may hope so But those who have taken personal measure of the man hardly so how could Khrushchev possibly afford to give up his evils of capitalism gambit when it is the principal goad to greater efforts and greater progress on the part of the Rus people 454 traffic accidents in Iowa over the threeday Labor Da weekend compared to 480 fo the same period year ago But 21 persons died this year he said compared to only 9 in 1958 Statton said nis new licensi suspension policy will be in effect from now until He said he anticipates som action on the matter in Distric Court but I dont OFFHAND ID Stat ton said that even a 30day suspension is not enough for people involved in a fatal ac Statton promised highway patrol enforcement will con tinue to be concentrated over the state in coming weeks In he said we have pinnec down the areas inwhich mosl deaths are occurring and wil concentrate our forces Statton did riot disclose the areas in which concentrated en forcement is planned Let them guess about he said He hinted he might ask the National Guard to patrol high ways by car and helicopter dur ing the Thanksgiving Day hoK j A WELL SEASONED WEDDING PORTSMOUTH E n g la n d and Pepper got to gether Wednesday Marie Pep per married Edward Salt Friends introduced them as a joktv with the robbery last June 10 of the Lakota branch of the Buffalo Center Farmer Savings and Trust Co The indictments were handed down by the grand jurylate Tuesday Karp was ar rested in Kalispel 10 days after the robbery Fires Still Fought in Deadwood Area DEADWOOD WV Most residents of this forestfire threatened community remained away from their homes and businesses Thursday as forces of some 700 men continued Dattling three major blazes Tom Borden assistant state orester said crews were seek ng a breakout of the flames and a repetition of Tues day when flames seared a cir cle around Deadwood forcing ivacuation of residents make the Longju area a temporary nomans land pendingnegotiation BUT BOTH SIDES renewed heir claims to Longju the iso ated post which Red Chinese roops seized nearly two weeks ago in a gunfight with Indian frontier guards The Chinese varned India against trying to retake it The seriousness of the situ ation is highlighted by Chous letter made public in Pei ping Wednes d a y Nehru told the upper h o u s e o f Parli a hi e n t With bristling finality Chou rejected I n dian protests against what Nehru called aggression in the Longju area A new aspect hi NEHRU of the ex SAME IOWA AAPETY FIGURES Msek to M change however was the In dian offer to make Longju a temporary no mans land while the ownership of the area is discussed Previous Indian statements have indicated the Chinese would be pushed out of the place unless they with drew voluntarily The note was handed to Mie Communist Chinese ambassa dor here Wednesday the same day that Red Chinese Premier Enlai was making public in Peiping a letter accusing the In dians of aggression and de manding that they withdraw IN THE BATCH of papers opened in Parliament in ad vance of a debate on the border dispute were four other notes from Peiping One a week ago claimed Longju was on the Ti betan side of the border and charged that India committed deliberate aggr e s s i Yn by maintaing troops here The note further charged that Indian troops brazenly occu pied Chuiese territory at sever al other points along the Tibet an border since June 28 Another note charged Indian aircraft with six violationsof the Communist borders since July his letter Chou charged that Indians not the Chinese actually were the in border incidents and were shielding Tibetan rebel ban dits along the frontier Many Tibetan refugees from nist rule have fled to India The Soviet Union showed con cern about the between Peiping and New Delhi and ap pealed to both countries tle the misunderstandings that have Porter Hem mingway ield is in a Mason City lospital with head injuries re ceived early Thursday after noon in atwocar collision one mile west of Mason City His condition was not known at 2 The accident occurred when car Hemmingway was driv ing north on a county road start ed to cross Highway 18 A car driven by Theodore Schwartz 68 221 Ohio was traveling west on the highway Schwartz told IowaHighway patrolmen that he attempted to avoid the collision by steering his auto to the north The two cars collided at the north side of the intersection Schwartz apparently was not injured in the accident Hemmingway was thrown across the lap of a passenger and through the right front win dow of his car The passenger Earl Whittington Hayfield re ceived bruises The Schwartz car came to rest at the north side of the highway and west of the inter section The Hemmingway car was thrown and came to rest facing the northwest of playing cold war politio with the plight of the Tibetan people i The Dalai Lama fully aware of circumstances sug gested that the Assemblys steering committee put his peal on the agenda on its own initiative or without a request from a specific dele gation This is an unprece dented procedure although N experts said Hammar skjold was empowered in un usual circumstances to intro duce an item on his own Initial Defeat on Veto Congress Mars Ikes Record WASHINGTON Wl Congress Thursday overrode President Eisenhowers veto of the sec ondtry public works money bill first time this has been done in six years eight months in the White House Senate action put the bill over in the face of the Presidents objections since the House had voted 280121 to override That was 12 votes more than the two thirds margin IN THE SENATE courif wais or eight more than Mason City Clear and Thursday night Fair and warmer Friday Lows Thurs day night around Friday 78 owa Generally fair through Friday Cooler east Thursday lows 38 to 42 northeast 42 46 southwest Warmer Friday highs 76 to 82 Out look for and pleasant Minnesota Fair andwarmer Highs Friday 7080 GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 74 Minimum 42 At 8 a m 50 Precipitation 01 EAR AGO Maximum 84 Minimum 43 WAREHOUSES BURN JERSEY CITY N J aging fire punctuated by ex from drums of chemi als destroyed seven warehouse uildings on the waterfront 7ednesday Temperatures tumbled sharp ly over Iowa during the night andThursday morning readings were clear down to the freezing point at Sibley The 32degree reading there brought a light frost in lowlying rural areas There were record lows for this date at some places Atlan tic reported a reading of 36 to break the previous low of 37 degrees for this date in 1929 Spencer also had a 36 Sioux City recorded a 40 one degree under the previous low set in 1948 The 44 at Council Bluffs tied a record set in 1898 Mason City had 42 Thursday afternoon highs were not to get any higher than 68 to 76 compared to the range Wednesday of 70 at Sioux City to 90 at Davenport The outlook for Friday morning is for temperatures of 40 to 47 degrees Train Rips Bus 7 Die MOUNTAIN LAKE PARK Md St LouistoBaltimore passenger train smashed into a loaded school bus at a grade crossing near this western Maryland resort community Thursday Seven of the 25 chil dren on the bus were killed and 15 more seriously injured The Baltimore Ohio east bound Diplomat knocked the bus on its side down the track Visibility was good The rail road said the signal light and bell marking the crossing were working The bus driver Lcroy Camp bell 49 told authorities the bus stalled and that he opened the door and tried to get the chil dren out After a halfdozen or so scrambled out the door the perennial favor ite contains construction or planning funds for control navigation and reclamation projects for every one of the 50 tates The President vetoed the bill because it contined money for more than 60 projects which are not included in his budget pro vetoed an earlier bill for the but the House last week sustained that veto by a onevote margin IT SOMETMES is called the Pork Barrel Bill but many legislators angrily denounced this labeL They say the projects are essential to preserve the countrys soil resources and to protect cities from flood dam age and to permit full use of the nations harbors and water ways The House never before had overridden an Eisenhower The Senate twice hasdone so but in each instance the House backed the President Nine river projects in Iowa were included in the bill In Ihe House Iowas fourTJem ocratic representatives publican Ben Jensenvotedjwith the majority In the Senate both Bourke Hickenlooper and Tpni Martin of Iowa balloted with the majority AP PJxXofax TAX Yorks Gov Nelson Rockefel ler who could be the Republican nominee for presi next year allows an irate Ma speak his piece in the controversy over the states tax program The debate took place at the GE plant at Syracuse rest jammed the doorway blocking it Then the engine hit the bus broadside knocking the vehicle down the track on its side 40 to 50 feet On the Inside General News Page 2 4 Society News 121314 Clear Lake News U Mason City News 1819 North Iowa 20 Sports News 2122 Latest Markets 40 Longtime Chemistry Instructor Dies AMES Dr Brown 77 staff member otths Iowa State University chemis try department since 1917 suf fered a fatal heart attack while working on the campus hers Thursday Dr Brown 1958 win ner of the Scientific Apparatus Makers award has been working on a semiretired sta tus at the school New York in Two Honors to Hoover NEW YORK U Former President Herbert Hoover 85 has received two of the citys highest awards He was pre sented Wednesday with a gold medal of honor and a citation giving him freedom of the city New York gives its medal of honor only to heads and former heads of state BEACON DOUSED NEW YORK Empire State building has doused iti stationary allnight beacon un til Nov 1 in order to help mir gratory birds The light caused the birds to crash into the build ing   

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