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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 16, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY 16 1960 T Copy Paper Consists ef Two SectionsSection ke Khrushchev clash Talks shaken One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sunday WOI AMES 640 pm Tuesday WTAD Quincy 930 pm Thurs WStJI lows City 910 am Sat If we paid attention to Mark Clark EN MARK W CLARK former United Nations Commander in Korea drew some headlinesnot long ago by asking for withdrawal from UN He said it was serving no use ful purpose so far as United States is concerned and he pro fessed to see danger that we might be ganged up on Toward the end of his state ment he backed up a mite and suggested that perhaps the ac tual withdrawal from UN should be deferred for a while I would wait and see wha happens as a result of the sum mit conference he observed But Im sure nothing good will happen there he added The former World War II general now president of the Citadel a military college in South Carolina sees possible trouble for Uncle Sam in the new members coming into the world organization and heis convinced as is many another that Russians just dont know how to be honest But what should be our course after dropping out of UN isnt spelled out by the former commanding officer of Americas forces in Italy We would of course go on living in the same world with dis honest Russia And theres no assurance that wed be keeping our present allies if we seemed to be deserting them in the world peace organization Presidents invitation to Russia withdrawn PARIS LB The summit conlsharp and bitter public slatc ference collapsed in its first ments by the two leaders threw session Monday with the Soviet Union and the United States ac cusing each other of torpedoing the historic session called in an effort to ease world tensions Khrushchev thre a t e n e d to walk out of the talks for good The meeting foundered over the spy plane incident The the world into a new siege of present administration cant He withdrew his invitation for President Eisenhower to visit gloom Premier Nikita S jthe Soviet Union next month Khrushl He said Russia at present chev bitterly attacking express cordiality to policy called for a sixmonth the American leader He said delay and said a later US ad ministration after Eisenhower leaves office in January may arrangements for the trip should be made at a later date when conditions of the visit understand the situation if thejare mature PREMIER KHRUSHCHEV ARRIVES AT ELYSEE PALACE IN PARIS AP Photofax FROM MY OWN POINT OF view the most melancholy peo ple in this old world of ours are the Mark Clarks and their kind as distinguished from the Eisenhowers the Marshalls the MacArthurs the Nimitzes and many other eminent mili tary leaders that could be cited as ardent supporters of UN Our Mark Clarks would have us rej turn to the very situation which down through the centuries has meant war and more war Noth ing fundamental would have been changed by listening to their counsel It can be said and I would be the first to concede it that the United Nations has not lived up fully to the high mission set for it 15 years ago when it cam officially into being It has no prevented man from killing hi fellow man on the field of battle War has not been banished a an instrument for resolving the differences between nations As a matter of fact nobody has been more critical of UN on this score than I have Nobody could be more critical than have been But I havent wantec to see UN go down the drain until there was some plausible alternative Ive never heard a plausible substitute suggested TO WITHDRAW from UN would mean to go it alone builc our defenses as high as we can while other nations are doing the same thing It would mean cutting loose from those of peace and good will in other na Car strikes abutment on bridge NEW was not the usual happy chatter Monday about Saturday nights unior senior prom at New lampton High School Three classmates were miss ng victims of a traffic accident which brought a shocking end o what had been an exciting ligh school celebration KILLED ON their way to a picnic Sunday after the promj 5 Fran JULIA FRANCES Foreign aid bill signed by Ike WASHINGTON ffl Presi dent Eisenhower has signed a tions In a real sense it would mean more or less withdrawing from the human race All of this I insist is about as melancholy as anything that could be imagined I am not ready to stand back and wait for somebody to drop an HBomb Theres every reason to believe that if man goes on making these fiendish con trivances some insane person some day will order one dropped History suggests that unpleasant prospect Its almost a cc To tin n inty out on UN would be for our peaceloving nation to desert those of peaceful intent and good will the world around They are in overwhelming ma jority in all nations Russia in cluded Of that I am persuaded Continued on Page 2 ces Clara Morrisey 17 and Julia Ellen Hansen 16 all mem bers of the junior class Three classmates in the car were injured They are Kurt Gundacker 16 Dell Detweiler 16 and Lana Anderson 17 The car driven by Attleson hit a bridge abutment on High way 24 about 12 miles east of here vaulted the drop off me 300000 ji aid program and said was gratified by congres Stephenson gets Iowa judgeship WASHINGTON White House Monday sent to the Sen ate the nomination of Roy L Stephenson Des Moines to be US district judge for Southern Iowa Stephenson 53 would succeed Judge Edwin R Hicklin Wa pello who re sional action on the measure the White House announced Monday The total for the fiscal year starting July 1 is 388780000 less than the figure he asked The bill Eisenhower signed merely puts a ceiling on the amount that may be appropriat ed for foreign aid The actual GORDON could not say whether Attleson fell asleep or the sun was in his eyes Julie Hanson was in the front seat with Attleson The others all were in the back seat FUNERAL arrangements for the three are incomplete Larkin Funeral Chapel is in charge of rites for Frances Morrisey daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank over the appropriation still is to be and hit the opimade and there has been much speculation that Congress may reduce the appropriation below the amount authorized On the inside Society News Page 45 Clear Lake News 6 Sports News 89 Mason City News 1011 Latest markets 11 North Iowa News 12 News Quiz 13 Editorials 23 Comics 24 posite bank II sailed about feet through the air hit on the left side and landed on its top ac cording to re ports Passen gers in the car Morrisey rural New Hampton The other two are at Perrys Funeral Home here Attleson was the son of Mrs Irene Attleson New Hampton and Julie the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Hanson New iampton Hospital authorities in New lampion Monday reported Lana Anderson still in critical con dition with a fractured pelvis and severe face lacerations Dctwcilcr is in fair condition vith rib fractures and concus sion Gundackers condition is good He had a concussion and cuts ACCIDENT VICTIM MUSCATINE UPI A one car accident killed Leo Edwin Opelt Jr 32 Muscatinc west if here Saturday night Stephenson ination was announced Born in Fostoria he received his law degree from the Uni versity of Iowa in 1939 Hicklin 64 had suffered a stroke last November and was hospitalized for more than a month He had had heart trouble prior to his appointment and suffered a slight stroke after taking the judgeship The Southern District judge ship is one of two in Iowa The Northern District is held by Henry N Graven Greene QUIET PLEASE HARLOW England UPI Town councilmen conducting Jan antinoise campaign Monday ordered 100 garbage cans with rubber lids North Iowa Variable cloudiness with occasional showers and thunderstorms Monday eve ning and in extreme eastern sections Tuesday Locally se vere thunderstorms with 1 to 3 inches of rain Monday eve ning Cooler Monday night lows 5258 Highs Tuesday 72 77 Mamie stops at Boone to visit her ailing aunt PERRY UP Mamie Eisenhower stopped off in her native Iowa Monday and visited her aunt Mrs Joel Carlson who is ill Returning to Washington from Denver Colo where she had helped her mother Mrs John S Doud celebrate her 82nd birth day last week Mrs made a last minute change c plans to visit Mrs Carlson Mrs Eisenhower 63 arrive here aboard a private railroai car at am Monday Sh went by car to Boone wheri Mrs Carlson is hospitalized FEWER THAN 50 person were present when Mrs Eisen hower and her sister Mrs G Gordon Moore stepped from th railroad car shortly befor 9 am Dressed in a twopiece blae silk shantung dress with a ha to match Mrs Eisenhowe talked about five minutes wit Mrs Carlson and thanked he for the flowers and the senti ments expressed in a letter sen earlier News quiz on Page 73 Lets all turn back Its never too late to turn hack t What do we mean Well first of all its never too late for adults to turn back the clock and enjoy something that our school children use every week to keep up with the news And its never oo late for students to turn back in their notebooks to review the handy school aid theyve clipped and saved from this newspaper We mean of course the weekly news quiz the quick and entertaining test that will let you prove to yourself that you are up to date on the latest world and national events Its never too late to turn to page 13 where youll find this feature so helpful to news reading The quiz is part of the educational program of the GlobeGazette which also furnishes the wellknown VEC News Filmstrip to 56 schools in this area Quiz answers are on page 14 IN BOONE Mrs Eisenhower old a reporter she was jus here for a personal family visit She was accompanied by even secret service men anc agents of the Iowa Bureau of riminal Investigation Air defense unit placed on alert SAN DIEGO Calif W The commander of the North Ameri can Air Defense Squadron based pelio who rening Cooier Monday night here said Monday that it has tired Stephenlows 525g Highs Tuesday 72 Deen put on a continuing in son has been 77 creased readiness alert that was US attorney not just a drill Navy Capt Rus for the SouthIowa Variable cloudiness sell Trudeau said he believed ern District ofthrough Tuesday with scat1 the alert had been ordered on Iowa since tered showers and thunderhigh authority Things are in 1953 Stephenstorms continuing in south1bad shape around the world son was in Hot east Monday night and Tuesihe said The situation could be Springs Ark day Locally severe thunderj come serious very quickly attending a justorms with 1 to 3 inches of dicial conferrain Monday evening Cooler ence at the Monday night lows 5058 time the nomHighs Tuesday in the 70s Further outlook Showers and thunderstorms and little tem perature change Wednesday Minnesota Clearing and cooler Highs Tuesday 6875 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for the fiveday period Tues day through Saturday will av erage near normal northwest to 3 to 5 degrees above normal southeast Maximums will average from the lower 70s northwest to the upper 70s southeast Minimums will average from the lower 50s northwest to the middle 50s southeast Cooler about the middle of the week Parcipi tation will average from 50 to 100 inches with locally heavier amounts likely oc curring as showers and thun der storms mostly Wednesday and Thursday SAME QOWA DEPAKTMENT FIGCEES Black Flag Means Traffic Death ID Fast 21 Bouri Only then he said could the Russian people welcome the leader of a great power with which we sincerely want to live in peace and friendship President Eisenhower prom ised there will be no more US spy flights over the Soviet Union but said The only conclusion that can be drawn from his Khrush chevs behavior was that he came all the way from Mos cow to Paris with the sole in tention of sabotaging the meet ling on which so much of the ill u hopes of the world have rest ed Mondays 3hour 5minutes session may be the last for this summit conference Eisenhower challenged Khrushchev to private twoway talks to save the conference We of the United States the President said are here to consider in good faith the utshell FBOM OCR WIRE SERVICES BONN Germany Russia has protested that an unidentified plane flying in from West Germany violated air space of Communist East Germany May 5 An Allied spokesman said the plane merely was a small French tourist air craft that strayed across the Iron Curtain WASHINGTON Senate Democratic lead er Lyndon Johnson pre dicts that Congress will act on at least four more politically hot issues and adjourn before the Dem ocratic convention opens July 11 PARIS Pres i d e n t Eisenhower has an nounced he intends to submit either at the summit or to the United Nations a proposal for creation of a U N aerial surveillance system to detect preparations for attack WASHINGTON U S received a new So viet note about the U2 airplane incident The note was a reply to the U S letter of May 12 which denied that the U2 intelligence flights had any aggressive intent WASHINGTON Adlai E Stevenson has urged Congress to pass legislation requiring television networks and stations to provide free time for debates by ma jor party presidential candidates important problems beiore this conference We are prepared either to carry this point no further or to undertake bilateral conversation between the United States and the USSR while the main conference proceeds AIDES SAID Eisenhower con sidered Khrushchev insulting in his charges that negotiations were hopeless as long as in he Soviet Premiers words United States was threat ening the Soviet Union Khrushchev dwelt at length on the May 1 flight of Francis G Powers downed in the Soviet Union as he flew his U2 plane near Sverdlovsk in an effort to ain reconnaissance informa tion I But Eisenhower told Khrush Jchev US spy flights over the Soviet Union have beensuspend ed and are not to be resumed The President offered to nego tiate agreements that could j eliminate the necessity for all forms of espionage KHRUSHCHEV repeated his statement that should American flights be made from countries in which the United States has overseas bases the Soviet Un ion will take appropriate meas ures including attacks against these bases A tentative agreement was reached for the summit meeting ito reconvene Tuesday but West iern officials said this session promises to be only a formality The spokesman quoted Khrushchev as saying Some i time should be allowed so that questions can settle down Khrushchev charged that the conference was torpedoed by reactionary circles in the Unit ed States We cannot under the present situation take part in negotiations GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 80 Minimum 54 At 8 am 54 Precipitation 41 YEAR AGO Maximum 59 Minimum 37 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 80 Minimum 46 CRASH KILLS 59 BERLIN UPI A collision of two crowded passenger trains just outside the main railway station in the East German city of Leipzig Sunday killed at least 59 persons AP IKE LEAVES PALACE President Eisenhower shakes hands with French nwtic first session of theSummit con Premier Michel Debre as he leaves ferevice Between them is French Presi Elysee Palace in Paris after the dm dont Charles de Gaulle   

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