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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes all North iowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International FuD Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 18 1960 a Copy Paper Consists of Two No 215 Kishi ho rm New treaty now in effect New film festival at Berlin By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau long range prize in the EastWest tug jtf war is being spotlighted now for a nonpolitical and much pleasanter the home of what is rapidly becom ing Europes most important film festival The older festival at Cannes remains the circus of these in ternational culture carnivals with its starlets eager to be coaxed into stripping for the photographers or to be thrown into the swimming pool But of late Cannes has lost prestige as witness the general criticism of both the judging and the stag ing of last months extrava ganza SO NOW THE Venice film festival is Berlins principal rival for serious honors And dis interested cinema critics and aficionados are beginning to give the nod to Berlin The choice is an appropriate sign of the general rehabilitation of West Germany prior to Hitler and even in the early days of the Nazi regime Berlin was gen erally recognized as Europes film capital The U S has a promising entry for Berlins Golden Bear grand prize in Stanley Kramers Inherit the Wind Hollywood mostly because of timidity and indifference sel dom takes down European top awards The most recent Amer ican film bestofshow was 12 Angry in 1957 in Berlin That same year The Friendly Persuasion won the Grand Palm at Canes joining Marty 1955 as the only U S sweepstakes winners in a competition that stretches back to 1946 This year the festival board at Cannes rejected two American nominees accepting for competition only the rel atively undistinguished Home from the Hill THE REASONS FOR Holly woods indifference to film festivals are many and com pelx Major producers have set their deals for foreign distri bution long before the festivals and hence feel they have no business incentive to partici pate And they are hesitant to submit for competition their biggest more frequently at sheer entertain ment than at artistic for fear the jury will snub them Significantly Metro Goldwyn Mayer exhibited Ben Hur for the Cannes crowd this year but not to be judged Moreover participation is ex pensive and film festivals are proliferating all over the map At Cannes the Federation of International Film Producer Associations took steps to buck the trend They refused to back proposed festivals in Melbourne and Sydney As a practical matter the principal reason Americans aside from publicitys e e k i n g stars attend international film festivals is to trade in motion pictures The top American importers are there to see what Europe has to only the films in competition but also the many shown at morning screenings in regular theaters The American producers who deign to attend usually have a picture to sell that needs special treatment or want to make a coproduction deal that is an arrangement for joint financing of a film By contrast the Soviet Union which won at Cannes with The Cranes Arc Flying for the first time in 1958 this year submitted seven films acceptable to the board TRACTOR VICTIM KNOXVILLE DeVos Jr 36 was killed Saturday in a tractor accident on his farm about five miles north of here OLD FRIENDS MEET President A Eisenhower doffs his hat to talk with Taipei Formosa Eisenhower made the Nationalist Chinese President Chiang trip from the Philippines on the cruiser Kaishek after the formers arrival at St Paul flagship of the 7th Fleet Nationalists cheer as TAIPEI UP To the thunder ous roar of approval from a vast banner waving throng Presi dent Eisenhower Saturday de nounced Communist China as a brutal tyranny bent on enslav ing hundreds of millions of mainland Chinese Speaking in a plaza facing the Chinese Nationalist Defense Ministry Eisenhower pledgee before at least a half million ews in a ufshell FROM OUB WIRE SERVICES MOSCOW Russia has claimed a new world air speed record over a limited closed course 12992 miles an hour The U S had held the mark of 12057 mph NEW num ber of sick calls from jet pilots hit Pan Ameri jan World Airways in an apparent extension of a pilots work stoppage that disrupted Eastern Air Lines operations a week ago The Eastern strike began over the is sue of whether federal inspectors may sit in jet cockpits WASHINGTON Po lio cases are on the in crease but the Public Health Service says the count is running far be hind last years WASHINGTON House members Friday shouted down a proposal to make full public dis closure of foreign aid funds they spend while on official travel abroad However with or with out publication mem bers expense accounts hereafter will be sub jected to a professional audit DBS MOINES Yokes 27 will eat his next few meals standing up He told police that his threeyearold son ac cidentally knocked the safety off of a small pis tol Yokes kept under his pillow The gun went off and a bullet grazed the part of Yokes anatomy on which he sits free Chinese that the United I exploding firecrackers toy bal States would stand firm behind them in resisting any Red Chi nese aggression And in an hour and 40minute private talk with President Chiang Kaishek Eisenhower reaffirmed US determination to defend Quemoy against any red attack which seemed a pre lude to invasion of this Nation alist China island fortress ON THE EVE of his arrival on Formosa the Chinese Com munists plastered the offshore island of Quemoy with a death dealing record barrage of 86000 rounds But Saturday their guns were silent The crowds loosed cheer after cheer It was a typical Chinese as sembly gay and exuberant like one out to celebrate a noisy new year The turnout complete with City Forest boy killed FOREST CITY Markley Sjetland 11 was killed Friday night when his fathers truck rolled over on him in a ditch at the side of a road in front of his lome near here Authorities said the boys father Melvin Sjetland turned oo wide as he tried to swing into his farm driveway The pickup truck went onto a soft shoulder and the boy was hurled rom the vehicle which then rolled over on him The father was not hurt Funeral services are pending at the Olson Funeral Home here loons thousands of crimson ban ners and flags was the bigges Eisenhower has faced since his memorable speech before near ly one million Indians in New Delhi last December With its ocean of red banner it resembled a Communist Maj Day rally Tens of thousands o school children in uniform marched to their assigned spot hours before Eisenhower wa due to speak They fluttered banners sue as Welcome to Ike worl anti aggression leader an Long live SinoUS friend ship DIRECTLY IN front of the huge rostrum from which Eisen hower spoke 100 specially se lected Quemoy inhabitants stooc with a huge sign saying Repre sentative of Kinmen Eisenhower dressed in a blue summer suit stood bareheadec under an enormous velvet can opy Above him and his hosts and Madame Chiang towered huge three story high American and Chi nese flags fixed to the side ol the red brick defense building The crowd saved its mighties cheer for the windup For three solid minutes it yelled screamed and applauded after Eisenhower ended his 15 minute address Sports Bulletins SAN FRANCISCO Rigney was fired Saturday as manager of the San Francisco Giants Tom Sheehan head of the Giants scouting sys tem was appointed interim field chief Waterloo attorney to head GOP convention DES Repub lican State Central Committee Saturday named Craig Ken nedy Waterloo as temporary chairman for the GOP state convention to be held here July 20 Kennedy an attorney will probably preside over the con vention which will name the partys US senatorial candi date Normal procedure calls for the convention to make the temporary chairman the permanent presiding officer Kennedy is chairman of the executive body of the Black Hawk County GOP Commit tee North Iowas 3rd District it being represented at the meet ing by attorney William Henke Charles City The centra I committee meeting was one of three Re publican groups assembling here Delegates to the GOP na tional convention and the par tys farm council also were meeting In a brief meeting Friday night the central committee approved extending an invita tion to Vice President Richard Nixon to make a major speech in Iowa this fall The invita tion suggests that Nixon speak at the state corn picking con test to be held on the Bert Ballou farm near Monticello in October Mobs still surround his home Resignation is expected FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES TOKYO A determined No busuke Kishi held his ground Saturday against a menacing mob of 200000 Communistled extremists who threatened to burn him out of his home At one minute past midnight a 10 year security pact between Japan and the United States came into being The unflinching stand of Japans prime minister pre vailed over the threat of mob violence and civil war but the victory was the last in a po litical career now believed to be in ruins Resignation of Kishi and dis solution of his cabinet were ex pected in Japan now within a relatively short time THE MOB RULE attempt which forced Kishi to withdraw the emperors invitation to Pres ident Eisenhower to come to Japan was believed to have 3een politically fatal The fact that he lost control of the situ ation is felt here to have consti tute a loss of face which cannot be survived The US State Department reacting immediately after word from Tokyo that the treaty had been ratified by Japan said We view this as another dem onstration of US Japanese friendship The United States has made clear that the security treaty will be mutually bene ficial to both countries The critical question re mained however how deep and widespread is the damage done to basic JapaneseUS relations as a result of the long and angry political struggle inside Japan over the pact UNLESS THE new arrange ment which would continue US bases in Japan for another decade wins widespread ac ceptance among the Japanese people the TokyoWashington alliance could prove little more than a fragile legal agreement Foes of Kishis government 300000 strong had blocked traf fie milled and snakedancec through downtown Tokyo in a vain effort to wreck this na tions military alliance with the United States As the deadline passed thou sands of demonstrators con tinued to mill around the Parlia ment building some 10000 stu dents vowed to remain there ali night THOUSANDS OF left wing students surrounded the official residence of Kishi making him a virtual prisoner A regiment of the Japanese 2000 troops was reported standing by for action in the event of trouble However no violence was re wrted anywhere Some of the Tokyo marchers peeled off anc leaded for home before the de cisive hour Miles and miles of columns marched under blacktrimmed mourning banners while the minutes remaining were ticking away Down with Kishi the marchers roared K GOES CALLING LONDON OR Moscow Radio aid Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived in Buchar est Saturday to attend the Ro manian Communist Party Con gress MY DADDYS SO00000 BIG Katie Lynn Knapp 3 spreads her little arms out wide in a vain attempt to describe herdads girth as she buys a belt for Fathers Day on Sunday Jim Sheehy salesman at a Mason City GlobeGazette photo by Jo Moors mens store gives the lassie his fullest attention Katie is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Knapp 131 9th NW Her daddy by the way goodnaturedly admits to a 42 or 44inch waist lonastandinq excise taxes WASHINGTON I A bill proposing repeal of federal taxes on local telephone service telegrams and travel was under bring a federal revenue lossjducing provisions are added to established at million The Senate Finance Commit tee had hooked them onto a bill Despite Andersons warning the Finance Committee ap hot debate and fared a possible requested by President Eisenjpr0ved the travel tax repeal filibuster Saturday in the Senjhower seeking a years extenamenciment to become effective ate jsion of four billion dollars worthing 1 and the telephone and A row over the measure of various other taxes and an1telegram repealers to be effec other increase in the limit onfive July 1 the national debt i The bills major provisions Sen Joseph S Clark dcsigned to extend the led and lost a fight to block the corporation tax at its present 52 C nn nt n t hvinrf row erupted Friday night It kept the Senate in session past mid night and drew warnings it could upset plans for adjourn ment of Congress before the July 11 start of the Democra tic national convention in Los Angeles The repeal provisions would SAME DATE1959291 The Weather North Iowa Partly cloudy Sat urday night and Sunday Cool er Saturday night otherwise Senate leaders plans to bring the disputed tax bill before the per cent rate for another year and also extend a variety of ex chamber Saturday Clark prodse taxes Qn cars auto parts tested that he and others were and accessories liquor wine being rushed ill prepared inibcer and dgarettes to the fight by the leaders re fusal to postpone the debate j Sen Lyndon B Johnson Dj JLn Wl firoH cnmo hlactc V UIC Tex fired some caustic blasts at senators he said believe they know his job better than he does He forced the issue and by a topheavy vote the Senate backed his motion to make the Church News Page 4 Editorials Clear Lake News 7 Society News 78 Sports 910 12 Robert B Anderson reportedly Mason City News 1213 has warned Congress t h a ti Comics 14 President Eisenhower will veto Building News 1516 the tax bill if any revenue re North Iowa News no important temperature changes Highs Sunday mid tax bl11 lts PendinS business 70s Lows Saturday night 54 Secretary of the Treasury Latest Markets to 58 Iowa Partly cloudy through Sunday Scattered showers and thunderstorms extreme southwest Saturday evening and extreme south Sunday Cooler except extreme south and southeast Saturday night low in the 50s Little tern perature change Sunday highs 72 to 80 Outlook for Monday Mild with chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms Minnesota Mostly fair cooler Highs Sunday around 75 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 70 Minimum 57 Mrs Johnstone loses in France PARIS UP Mrs Les Johnstone of Mason City Iowa was eliminated Satur day in the semifinals of the French womens golf cham pionship by Brigitte Varnagot of France 3 and 2 Mrs Johnstone only United States player in the tourna ment was 3 down after nine holes and was unable to make up the deficit despite some fine golf on the back nine The Iowa player had reached the semifinals Sat urday morning when she scored an easy S and 4 vic tory ovor Mrs Philippe Eloy of Francs AP Photofax RECEPTION COMMITTEE Young people wear tall hats expressing their likingfor the visiting President Eisenhower during n Nationalist Chinese rally in a Taipei Formosa square The President moves on to Okinawa and South Korea later this weekend   

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