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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International FuU Leass MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 27 1960 7e a Copy Thls Paper Consists of Two No Army t Turkey Senate the lingo of Capital Constituents not sure of what is said By DICK WEST WASHINGTON UPI All of Washington is divided into two parts The Hill and Downtown I was up on the hill today a bureaucraft will tell his wife as he staggers home at eventide She will immediately send the children out of the room put a damp cloth on his forehead and pour an extra hooker of gin into the martini pitcher At least thats what she should do In the peculiar par lance of the Capital he was tell ing her that he had been testify ing before some congressional committee and had had a hard day THE for Cap itol Hill has come to mean anything having to do with Con gress The rest of the govern m e n t is lumped together as Downtown These terms seem to imply a geographic distinc tion but this does not always follow For instance the Supreme Court is located on Capitol Hill but is considered Downtown Some other Downtown agen cies are located several miles out in the country I dont know why I telling you all of this except that it seems to fit in with the prob lems thatRep Jim Wright D Tex has been having with our abbreviated lingo Recently a woman constituent who was visiting here telephoned Wrights suite in the House Of fice Building and asked to speak to the congressman SORRY said the secretary who answered Hes on the floor My land exclaimed the naive caller Is he ill The secretary then was obliged to explain that on the floor meant that Wright was attending to duties in the House chamber When the congress man heard about the incident opens its inquiry on spy incident llTATUTEMlT P fP ITI IP t H P ffrP P AP Hhotofax COUP IN TURKEY Turkey a keystone in the Wests defenses against communism now is in con trol of the Army The map shows the countrys vital position with respect to the Soviet Union US is confident that Turkey will hold firm WASHINGTON W United States officials were confident Friday that Turkey would hold firmly to its anchor position as an antiCommunist ally despite the overthrow of the government of Premier Adnan Menderes The strategically located na tion is a member of both the North Atlantic Treaty Organi zation and the Central Middle Eastern Treaty Organization Its geographical position gives it a vital importance in the alliance structure Turkey controls the straits between the Sovietdominated Black Sea and the Western controled Mediterranean It guards the southeastern flank of nonCommunist Europe and the western flank of nonCom munist Asia It controls the approaches from the Soviet Union into the continent of Africa and the Arab world of the Middle East Officials reported that little was known here about the military group which seized power from Menderes But de clarations from this group that it would stand loyally by Tur keys commitments to NATO CENTO and the United Na tions were accepted at the State department at face value Turkey has a very long rec ord of opposing expanionist pressures from the Soviet Union prior to the establish ment of the Soviet system at Moscow Fate of school doubt WASHINGTON w Inclusion of an antisegregation amend he instructed his staff not to use i mcnt raised questions Friday about Senate acceptance of the first general school construction bill ever passed by the House A long wrangling session ended in a 206189 House vote Thursday to authorize in federal grants over a four year period to help with construction of public school classrooms Sponsors had hoped for quick approval by the Senate which that expression any more A short time later another con stituent called and was told that Wright couldnt come to t h e phone because he was in the House Well came the indignant response I didnt expect him to be out in the yard WRIGHT REASONED that this was no way to influence voters and in a recent news letter to the home folks he en deavored to straighten things out If you should chance to call here at such a time he wrote be prepared to hear a rather lengthy explanation that I can not be reached at just that mo ment because I am attending a session of the House of Repre sentatives which meets in the Capitol which is across the street from the House Office Building which is where my of fice is Wrights only worry now is that a constituent will try to contact him while he is making a speech in the front part of the chamber If that happens the visitor is almost certain to be informed by a page boy that the congressman is in the well Telemetry troubles plaguing Midas WASHINGTON ffi Some thing has gone wrong with the new Midas satellite which is supposed to spot instantly the launching of any rocket or mis silc beneath it The Air Force said Friday the telemetry equip ment was not working properly and unless it can be set right by commands radioed from the earth the detection system cannot be tested in connection with scheduled missile launches and ground flares already had passed a more comprehensive measure But before passage the House voted 218181 to deny the funds to any school judged to be in defiance of court integration orders That amendment was sponsored by Rep Adam Clay ton Powell Southern senators were ex pected to object strongly to that provision And efforts to work out a SenateHouse compromise would have to be cleared through the House Rules Com mittee which had held up the bill for months The bill would authorize million a year to the states for each of four years with the states required to match all fed eral funds received For the first two years local school funds as well as state money US to stop Cuban aid WASHINGTON ffi President Eisenhower has ordered an end to U S technical assistance to Cuba within six months Eisenhower issued the order under the foreign aid law ban against providing aid that is not in the national interest of the United States No specific reason was cited Premier under arrest ISTANBUL Turkey ffi The government of Prime Minister Adnan Menderes was over thrown Friday in an army coup The people of Turkey reacted with apparent relief to the ous ter of the strongman regime Turks hung huge banners from windows and cheered the army both in Istanbul and An kara The military rebels promised to hold free elections then hand over the government to the win ners The army move followed month of unrest which began with student demonstrations against Menderes and his gov ernments oppressive measures against the Premiers chief po litical opposition the Republican Peoples party of former Presi dent Ismet Inonu OFFICIALS REPORTS reach ing the British government from Ankara said army leaders of the coup had seized Menderes himself as well as all members of his government The rebels were quick to as sure the West that Menderes overthrow meant no change in Turkeys staunch alliance with the West against Soviet commu nism The military group said it had acted because of the crisis through which democracy in Turkey is passing and to avoid national fratricide It said it would stay in power until free and honest elections could be held then would hand over the nations administratio to the winners of the election A STATE Department spokes man in Washington said the de partment had been informec that all branches of the Turkish military participated in the revolt All commercial communica tions with the outside world ap peared to have been cut off summarily Despite the word from Tur key that the coup was bloodless one report to the British foreign office said the takeover was preceded by shooting in the streets of Ankara before dawn Diplomatic authorities in Lon don said they had received in formation from Ankara identify ing the man at the head of the Army revolt as Brig Cemel Gursen 62 But it seemed clear that if Gursen is the ringleader he must have had widespread sup portfrom the army The revolt was aimed as much against the hierarchy of the armed forces as against the government it self I hasten to tell all fellow countrymen that I am not by any means desirous of becom ing a dictator Gursen said in a broadcast to the nation PREMIER MENDERES ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW YORK James Montgomery Flagg 82 the famed artist who drew the World War I poster of Uncle Sam died Friday TOKYO Prime Min ister Kishis government has informed the U S that its invitation to President Eisenhower to visit next month still stands despite growing leftwing demonstrations demanding that it be called off GENEVA Three power nuclear test ban talks here resumed just as if the Paris summit conference had never col lapsed They had been in recess since May 12 DALLAS Tex Mrs James Tate got a com pact car the hard she ran her auto into a truck and another truck hit hers from the rear NEWPORT R I Fifteen crewmen of the destroyer Hawkins have been admitted to hospi tals for observation after four cases of tuberculo sis were reported aboard the ship MOSCOW Soviet Writer Boris Pasternak in serious condition af ter two heart attacks and suffering from a lung affliction w h i c h may be cancer is get ting weaker and weak er Herter first to testify FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Senate opened a searching butj sober inquiry Friday into the administrations handling the U2 spy plane incident and other events leading up to the summit conference collapse Secretary of State Christian Herter was called by the Sen ate Foreign Relations commit tee as the first witness at an objective Impartial inquiry behind closed doors Herter elaborated on his testi mony to the House Foreign Af fairs committee that Russia may be preparing some new threatening act PRESIDENT Eisenhow er gave his complete approval to the inquiry He pledged the administrations complete co operation The Senate hearings modeled after the 1951 inquiry into Pres ident Trumans firing of Gen Douglas MacArthur as Far East commander were the Democratic leaderships answer o demands for an allout con gressional investigation Under the ground rules all hearings will be closed but a wordforword transcript cen sored only ior security reasons will be made available as soon as possible This would provide newsmen with running but de layed coverage While few in the free world doubt that Soviet Premier Nikita AP Photofax MARRIED ON STAGE No this isnt a scene from the Marriage of Figaro Its a reallive wedding on the stage of Detroits Masonic Temple With the Metropolitan Opera Co orchestra playing softly in the pit concertmaster Raymond Gniewek and Lolita San Miguel a member of the ballet corps are mar ried between acts The couple had their first date in Detroit a year ago while on tour Rains blamed By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor As a person might suspect crops in North Iowa are behind schedule This will come as no surprise to the average North rowan Khrushchev bears the hasnt been more than a quick dash from his rain coat and umbrella for nearly a month What may surprise some people is she fact that most of the farmers havent given up the idea of planting corn in favor of some moistureseeking crop like rice Actually the crop situation in a sevencounty area sur Mason City ranges from pretty bad to fairly good office jties The blame for destruction of the summit hopes Chairman Wil liam Fulbright told Herter there are many who believe that our conduct has not been without fault HERTER SAID that in spite of Khrushchevs conduct at Par s there has been no radical alteration of Soviet policy Yet Herter cautioned that So leaders operate behind an ran Curtain with the power to ct suddenly and without warn jing therefore Herter said it is important to be on guard against a switch Elaborate precautions according to extension personnel in these coun wereNorth Iowa Clearing Friday pretty bad report i comes from Bill St Clair exten ision director in Worth County St Clair says only about 25 to 30 per cent of the corn is planted in the county and that most farmers are way behind with their spring plowing Corn planted between ram taken against any eavesdropping on the hearings A security guard with an electronic device that looked like an oversized black table tennis paddle checked the big hearing room foot by foot to make sure no i microphone or other hidden de jvice had been planted for the ban but U S policy makers have been deeply con cerned over Premier Fidel Cas ros repeated attacks against he United States The U S technical assistance could be used for matching purlvvhicn Eisenhowers order cuts off has been running at the rate of only about to a year The aid which included the services of nine American tech nicians has been used to im prove Cubas civil aviation and agriculture poses Rejected were amendments to permit funds to be used for teachers salaries and to author ize construction loans to private and parochial schools Both pro posals were ruled out of order on parliamentary points and did not come to a vote As finally approved the money would be allocated to the states on the basis of their schoolage population and only for school could be used construction STRIKE THREAT WASHINGTON UPI The Commercial Telegraphers Union has informed its members to prepare themselves for a na tionwide strike against the Western Union Co when the present contract expires May 31 SAME IOWA 8AFETV DEPARTMENT FIGURES UPWA to set up scholarship in honor of Bull CHICAGO United Packinghouse Food and Allied Workers union set up a scholar ship Friday in the name of Rus sell Bull Iowa district UPWA di rector native of Mason City who was killed in an auto acci dent in 1957 The UPWA said a j award will be given annually to a college student or a high school student preparing for col lege who makes an outstanding contribution to civil rights and demonstrates financial need The UPWA also made a bid for a merger with its major ri val in the meat packing indus jtry The convention approved a resolution directing the union officers to look into the possi it put effectu ating a merger with honor With the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America GlobeGazette photo by Jo Mooro LET IT RAIN After a long confiningwinter little Stuart Sieble 2 son of Mr and Mrs Duwaync Sieble 611 E State found the outdoors to his liking once spring did come And hes not letting the current wet spell dampen his enthusiasm Hes decked out in head scarf and his older brothers raincoat for a spin on his trike Rut how to climb aboard with all that constricting rairigear night low in lower 50s in the county is corn northwesterly winds diminishijng along pretty well St ing Friday night Mostly observes These fields are little warmer Saturday highjjn the minority however he in lower 70s iadds Iowa Fair Friday night with Thcrc probably will be a sub gusty northwesterly w i n d sstanlial reductwn in corn acre diminishing Little change in age as a result ofthc poor plant temperatures Partly cloudy mS conditions St Clair con little warmer Saturday LmvsjtinuedBeanus VU Probably oe Friday night in 50s Highs Sat1 Planted on the land that ordi urday in 70s Outlook for would have been in corn urday nightScattered thunhc concluded dershowers For Sunday THE CROP pjcture west Of Partly cloudy and mild City appears to be sorne FiveDay Iowa bftlerPaul Henrickson will average near normal County tension direc day night through next estimates about 65 to 70 nesdav with only minor daily Per cent J thfcorn s m m the changes Afternoon hihs wilf county Tna hanawha area in be in the middle and upper has most ot its corn 70s Overnight lows will be in m wnilc thc northern hah of the the lower and middle 50sicount 1S furthcr behmd Rainfall should average 25 Henrickson doubts there will to 40 of an inch in scatteredbe a reduction in corn acreage showers or thunder s t o r m compared with last year If likely about Saturday andthere is however he believes again Monday iit will be due to the weather land that will mean a bigger Minnesota Partly cloudy crop ers Highs Saturday 6575 i Hancock County stm doesnt have an overabundance of wa iter Henrickson points out The I problem is that the neardaily i rains of thc past two weeks have made field work impossi ble The crop picture becomes even brighter in Wright County G oral d Anderson assistant Icounty extension director be lieves about 80 to 90 per cent of thc countys corn is in and about 25 per cent of the beans GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum On the inside data1 63 52 02 79 51 EditorialsPage 4 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets Society News North Iowa Features Sports News CubGazette Comics North Iowa News 9 1011 12 1314 18 19 22 TV Guide ANDERSON BELIEVES of the farmers who dont have their corn in by now will prob ably he planting bpms if the w Ml her persists for another week or 10 days The plowing Pullout Section is about done in Wright County   

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