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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tto VOL H MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors a Full MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 75 1960 7o Copy Taper ConslMi of Two OM iad Catted No 1M Quakes kill thousands Rhee target of new disturbances One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sunday WOI AMES 640 pm Tuesday HTAD Quincy UoO pm Tburs WSOI City 9iO Khrushchev When a dole isnt a dole WHEN THE KREMLINS head man Nikita Khrush chev goes gadding about the world and thats much of the time it seems he devotes a great deal of attention to be littling Americas program of foreign aid The approach employed by him was well illustrated in a talk given before a crowd in Calcutta last February The burden of his story is that the Western powers meaning United States primarily had never extended a helping hand to India until they became scared of Communism The corollary to this of course was that the aid now given under the spur of this fear is only a weapon of a new colonial policy Com pletely disinterested aid he asserted contrary to cap italism because they meaning the capitalists I assume will only give aid that will get them profits Before going further let me pause here to point out that this is just about as false a state ment as ever came out of the Kremlin which is saying quite a bit The record shows that U S and later other nations gave substantial aid to Asian nations including India long before the USSR decided to1 compete with the west in that part of the world IN HIS CALCUTTA SPEECH Khrushchev specifically de nounced American wheat ship ments as a dole even though admittedly they served to ward North Iowa Considerable cloudi ness scattered showers or thunderstorms and cooler Monday night lows in the 40s Decreasing cloudiness and a little cooler Tuesday highs middle 50s to middle 60s Iowa Mostly cloudy and cool er scattered showers north east half lows upper 30s northwest to lower 50s southeast Decreasing cloudiness Tuesday cooler east highs 50s north to around 70 extreme south Further Outlook Partly cloudy and mild Wednesday Minnesota Showers much cool er Highs Tuesday 4250 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the week will average about three to six degrees be low seasonal normals with cool temperatures at first then warmer Thursday and Friday cooler again by the weekend Average highs will Seoul back under rule of military New demand for ouster SEOUL South Korea Tear gas and gunfire explodec again in Seoul Monday as Ko reans renewed their demonstra tions again President Syngman Rhee and his vice president who many claim was elected range to 60s will range from north to lower Showers Monday from upper 50s north south Average lows upper 30s 40s south night and again about Friday should give an average precipitation of 30 to 50 inch Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 75 Minimum 43 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 74 Minimum 39 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 85 55 in that sub off a famine continent Certain other countries he added with a Khrushchevian jrin want to toss in a little Goldfield worker is electrocuted FORT DODGE Wl Ray Reed Brophy 35 Goldfield was electrocuted Monday when a crane boom with a high came in contact tension line on a wheat and a little tinned meat they have in excess and which once you eat it you are hungry again But and now were getting to the point of the Communist story the Union would not stoop to such stopgap meas ures No siree Soviet assist ance the Russian dictator ex plained consists of lending money and technicians to build factories Thus can India be come economically independ ent Thats the Kremlins story in a nutshell But what Comrade Khrush chev forgot to tell his Calcutta listeners is that the Soviet Union has no surplus foodstuffs to give away To the exact con trary the Kremlin is trying its level best to catch up with America in agricultural pro duction with some help from Iowa NOW weYe just about to turn a leaf or twor of our history books for a little illumination on the counterfeit character of the whole Khrushchev case Were going to see from the record that in theearly years of the Communist revolution involving famine the peo ple of Russia were sustained by American food Within the memory of most Americans and most Russians is the aid given Russia It took the form American weapons as well as American food To water main construction proj ect Brophy an employe of the Barbarosa Sons Construc tion Co of St Cloud Minn was on the ground and steadying a pipe which the crane was lifting Dale Robbins Boone the crane operator was not injured Injuries ore fatal to Havelock man through fraud For the first time since last Peeks riots took 130 lives crowds gathered in the streets to demand the resignation of the 85yearold President and his running mate Vice Presi dent Lee Kipoong A CROWD OF a few hundred students tried to break into the vice presidentelects home and gunfire broke out Apparently the shots were blanks fired either by the soldiers enforcing martial law or the police Seoul was placed under sec onddegree security martial law during the day but full martial law was reinstated Soldiers with gas masks and fixed bayonets fired tear gas into one crowd of 5000 students and civilians led by 200 middle aged college professors who marched on the National As sembly building The crowd called for the res ignation of Rhee all Supreme Court justices and all members of the Assembly It fell back apparently stunned when the soldiers used tear gas Most seemed to have believed the soldiers were on their side Three medium tanks rumbled into the streets guns trained on the demonstrators THE RENEWAL demonstra tions in effect were a noisy popular rejection of President Rhees plans to bring political peace to South Korea Rhee has promised to run the country as a nonpartisan presi dent surrendering his leader ship of the Liberal party but he showed no inclination to give up his autocratic powers He is under heavy criticism for fail ing to call new elections Hours after the march began to the Assembly building more than 2000 remained massed in the area guarded by cordon of about 300 infantrymen In the AP Photofax DIES AT 62 Actress Hope Emerson 62 born and raised at Ha warden professional en tertainer and holder of key character roles on several television shows died Sunday night at Hollywood She had been ill some time with a ailment Interment will be at Hawarden where her parents are buried N ews in a utshell POCAHONTAS W Kenneth Lady 34 Havelock died at a Fort Dodge hospital Monday of injuries received in a cartrac tor accident near here Saturday evening On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 6 News Quiz 7 Society News 1011 Sports 1516 Latest Markets 18 Mason City News 181 Clear Lake News 20 North Iowa News 26 distance tanks could be seen clocking the streets toward the lapitol and Rhees presidential palace Sanonikone ahead in Laos balloting VIENTIANE Laos returns from the Laotian parlia mentary election Monday promised a landslide victory for antiCommunist forces led by former Premier Phoui Sanani kone whose government was toppled by a brief army coup last December FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Su preme Court has rejected the 16th appeal of convictauthor Caryl Chessman due to die May 2 in the California gas chamber Chessman has staved off death for 12 years of Americans awoke what seemed an hour earlier Mon day and sleepily headed to ward work It was no illusion They had lost an hour Day light savings time went into effect at 2 am Sunday in about half the nation DES MOINES The Iowa Highway Patrol now has au thority to use unmarked radar cars to catch speeders The Iowa Executive Council has given approval to the plan to put five unmarked cars in op eration AMES Ten Ames profes sional people some graduates of Iowa State University and others graduates of the State University of Iowa have made public an appeal to SUI Presi dent Virgil M Hancher The appeal asked Dr Hancher to reverse his position of oppos ing undergraduate major studies in English speech and foreign languages at the Ames school Dr Hancher has said this would duplicate work al ready offered at the Iowa City school WASHINGTON The Su preme Court has agreed to examine the constitutionality of Sunday blue laws in Pennsylvania Maryland and Massachusetts NEW TYPHOON MANILA UP Pacific storm Karen blew up into a typhoon Monday and was reported mov ing toward Formosa with 85 Villages in Iran are wiped out US sends relief crews TEHRAN Iran W A giant earthquake has devastated the south Iranian city of Lar The death toll in Lar am neighboring villages is csti mated officially at 1200 to 1 500 Unofficial estimates range to 3000 The quake struck Sunday Destruction of two school buildings trapped many chil dren in this most ruinous dis turbance of the earths crust since 12000 were killed in Agi dar Morocco the night of Feb 29 The children had assembled in the schools for childrens day celebrations Rescue workers recovered 380 small bodies from the debris ONE HUNDRED bodies were found elsewhere in a continuing hunt through the city of 17000 Of Lars police force of 55 men only one was said to have sur vived Gov Nosrat Qarib reported the city destroyed The towns strongest build ing my own office has toppled Qarib said in the first report announcing the disaster Nothing can be seen because of the billowing clouds of dust Please rush food and tents Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi ordered quick relief measures Iranian air force planes para chuted flour sugar and eggs in to the area and set up an airlift to ferry in other food medicine and tents The US government was the first foreign govern ment to pledge aid It made 100 tons of flour quickly available QUEEN FARAH ordered gov ernment authorities to bring to her Tehran orphanages all the children of Lar who lost their parents in the quake Lar is 550 miles south of Teh Photofax A GAL AND HER GUY Princess horse races at Badminton England Margaret carries gloves her liance Their wedding next month promises to photographer Antony Armstrongbe the biggest social function in Europe Jones a camera as they stroll toward this year Theyve been inseparable the trade stands during a visit to the since their engagement was announced Warning by Khrushchev West would lose fly rights into W Berlin ran Special trains and other con veyances moved injured victims to a city hospital in Shiraz 170 miles north of Lar The village of Gerash 15 miles south of Lar also was com pletely destroyed The village tiad a population of about 1000 and only a few hundred sur vived authorities said The first shock struck about pm sending most of the buildings in the city crashing down Officials report most persons inside at the time were killed A second quake hit about six hours later and destroyed what had been left standing MOSCOW Ml Soviet Premier Khrushchev declared Monday that the Western powers will lose even their rights to fly into West Berlin if he signs a sepa rate peace treaty with East Germany And he warned the Soviet Union is prepared to meet force with force mile center winds 12 in custody after Drake watertight turns into riot ward the close of the war Stalin himself praised the United States and particular ly American industry for pro viding the wherewithal to help save the Soviet Union from Hit lerite destruction In his book Russia Is No Continued en 2 DES Drake University students held in con nection with an earlymorning waterfight riot at the school stand a very definite chance of suspension a um v e r s i t y spokesman said Monday The 12 students were among nearly 500 who took part in the riot which had to be quelled by police with tear gas fire hoses and nightsticks Eleven city policemen five highway patrolmen two univer sity police officers and about 500 students ended up drenched during the fight The only person reported in jured was Des Moines police man Tom Teal who received a gash on the head when he tried to aid firemen His injury was minor and Teal was treated at the scene Three of the 12 pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace and were fined each The other nine pleaded not guilty and Judge Howard Brooks set their trials for May 4 They were released on bond each Police say dormitory residents from Jewett and Moorehouse Halls raided HerrioU Hall and began a water fight As police arrived a stream of water from a fire hose on Reds to respect MacMahon Line NEW DELHI Red Chi nese Premier Chou Enlai said Monday China will respect the disputed MacMahon Line he tween northeast India and Tibet The so called MacMahon Line is completely unacceptable to China Chou said but we are willing to maintain the pres ent status in that sector We will not closs that line The statement to newsmen seemed to free India of the Chi nese claim to 36000 square miles of territory in the north a third floor cast one of the two Thief gets at Charles City CHARLES break ins at Charles City Saturday or Sunday night netted thieves S3GO At the union labor office a screen was pried off a window the office door forced a filing cabinet forced open and the padlock pried off the cash which had contained The dial was knocked off the vault at the George P Smith Lumber Co where thieves gained entry through a windov after prying off a screen Thej took S250 from the vault Outlining the Soviet position or the summit meeting Khru hchev repeated that of course ve shall go it alone and sign an East German peace treaty f the Western powers ignore he issue contrary to common sense But he said that the Soviet government believes that com mon sense will prevail THE SOVIET leader spoke at Baku Soviet oil center His speech at a jubilee celebration of the 40lh anniversary of the Azerbaijan Communist party was reported by the Soviet news agency Tass SAME greeted them in the street But the soggy lawmen were undaunted they rushed into the dormitory Once again water met them this time being tossed from wastebaskets When fire department rein forcements arrived some stu dents tried to storm one of the five fire trucks and take over a hose After authorities calmed the situation one of the students in custody viewed his police sta tion surroundings and be moaned It shouldnt have gone that far areas after in dispute winding up Chou spoke conferences De Gaulle defends French atom tests Khrushchev old his audience that a peace treaty with East Germany which the West re fuses to recognize as a sover eign put an end to the World War II surrender terms This is the position he has taken all along But he went further to mcnlion the airlanes which the Western Allies are be lieved to be planning to use as in the 1948 East Germany takes over the land routes If the Western powers did not choose to sign a peace treaty that would not entitle them to the rights they want preserved They would natural ly then forfeit the right of ac cess to West Berlin by land water and air he said BERLIN TOO miles from West Germany is surrounded by the Communist East The United States Britain and France have stationed troops there as an outpost of the West since World War II Western leaders have insisted they will not negotiate with Khrushchev under the threat of any Berlin ultimatum Khrushchev told the Baku meeting disarmament is the first problem for the summit The deadlock on disarmament he said is the greatest road block in the way to a strength ened peace on this planet with Prime Minister Nehru on the border dispute Boom hits wires lowan electrocuted GUMMING UP Dale Gifford 28 of Gumming killed Sun day when a boom from a block loading machine he was demon strating swung against high voltage wires and electrocuted him Gumming is just south of Des Moines WASHINGTON President Charles de Gaulle told the US Congress Mon day that destruction of nu clear weapons by common consent under international supervision offers the only hope for the future of our species The French leader declared that unless other United States Britain and the Soviet Union renounce atomic French Re public obviously will be obliged to equip itself with such armaments Other na tions presumably will do the same he added In the state of increasing uncertainty in which fear throws the peoples of the world De Gaulle said the risk grows that one day events will escape from the control of those who obey reason and that the worst ca taslrophies will be unleashed by fanatics lunatics or men of ambition The French President ap peared before the joint meet ing of House and Senate as his fourday visit to Washing ton and summit talks with President Eisenhower were drawing to a close His 1000word speech de livered in French while legis lators read English transla tions heavily emphasized dis armament but warned the Soviet Union anew against trying to force a showdown with the West over Berlin Iowa driver falls asleep is killed TAMA Ul Lester J Polka 41 Belle Plaine was killed Monday morning when his car left the road hit an embank ment then overturned on High way 63 about two miles south ot Tama He was alone in the car and investigating officerstheor ized he went to sleep at the wheel DIES ATM EMMETSBURG Martin Thompson 64 county auditor of Palo Alto County died at hit home Sunday of a heart attack He had served as auditor 1936   

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