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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 98 The newspaper that makes all North Sowans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 27 I960 7e a Copy Thb Paper Consists of Two No 222 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sunday WOI AMES 610 pm Tuesday WTAD Qulney 930 pm Tburs WSUL Iowa City 910 am Sat Discipline of self at core of liberty pVERY NOW AND THEN I come upon something Id like to make required reading for all Americans Such a piece is before me at this moment The writer is Lester 0 Schriver executive vice president of the National Association of Life Underwriters Washington D C The piece is titled Liberty Is SelfDiscipline With the consent of Mr Schriver who incidentally speaks as well as he writes I am reproducing his message with considerable completeness Even though I give full credit to the Washington man now and at the close of my program I am prepared for an assumption by more than a few listeners that Im dishing out my own product You see quotation marks dont show up in the spoken word From this point on its the voice of Earl Hall but the Ian guage and the ideas are Les ter Schrivers LIBERTY is one of the fair est and yet one of the most abused words in human speech To some it is an opportunity for selfdiscipline to others it is AFTER REDS WALKED OUT Empty seats at left were occupied by members of the Soviet bloe who Monday walked out of the 10nation disarma AP Photofax rnent talks in Geneva In foreground is the British delegation unbridled license There are those who regard it and treat it as a sacred trust there are others who regard it as a right inherited from the past and assume that it is a special privilege granted to those who are lucky enough to have been born here Liberty is indeed a precious heritage but its preservation must be fought for in EVERY generation of free men Its price is indeed eternal vigilance and honest people will never give up their liberties except under some delusion It is however my considered opinion that we as a nation have still to dem onstrate that a democracy can permanently survive the selfish ness and stupidity of its own people Benjamin Franklin once ex pressed my fears for our de mocracy when he said Those who would give us essential lib erty to purchase a little tem porary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety That is an other way of saying that any government big enough to give you everything is big enough to take everything you have AND IF I INTERPRET his tory correctly loss of liberty is the inevitable result of current trends in our own experiment with this fragile thing we call Democracy In a dictatorship conference West continues meeting By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH GENEVA m The Soviet bloc walked out of the 10na tion disarmament talks Mon day The Russians and their com munist allies curtly ignored a new American plan for a world disarmament treaty Soviet Deputy Foreign Min ister Valerian Zorin and his col leagues charged the West had refused to negotiate Zorin said the Soviet Union will place its for generally disarmament and be you take what you get and like it or you lose your head In a democracy you get what the majority ofthe people deserve and sometimes that is pretty bad Are we perhaps seeing the beginning of the end of another noble experiment conceived by our founding fathers I am not one to cry wolf but it would seem to me that our way of life may be facing the same disaster and ultimate disinte gration suffered by a score of other major nations and for the same reason Arnold Toynbee one of the foremost historians of our time in his epic on Greece takes us through the beginning the glory and the final eclipse of that noble experiment in gov ernment He then writes the universal epitaph of all nations AFTER INTRODUCING us to the ideas and ideals of Socrates Aristotle and Plato and giving us a glimpse of the golden age under Pericles he then takes us to the ruin which once was Greece and writes this In Memoriam of all na tions In essence the historical experiences which wrung these thoughts out of Greek souls arc akin to the experiences through which wo ourselves have been passing new plan complete fore the UN General Assem bly Polands Marian Naszkow ski chairman for the day re jected all the Western dele gates demands to be heard and after recognizing all the ioviet bloc delegations in turn Joined in the walkout THE WESTERN delegations lecided to continue the meeting alone under the chairmanship of British Minister of State Javid OrmsbyGore US delegate Frederick M Eaton then presented the new American disarmament plan which was still under negoti ation among the five Western delegations VALERIAN ZORIN The plan drafted by Eaton and State and Defense Depart ment officials in Washington ast week provides for three carefully controlled stages of Jisarmament beginning with he establishment of an inter national disarmament control organization under the United Nations FREDERICK M EATON WALKING OUT with the Rus sians were the delegates of Czechoslovakia Poland Ro mania and Bulgaria Remain ing were the representatives of the United States Britain France Italy and Canada Zorins announcement brought an end to the conference which first opened on March 16 and recessed for six weeks before and after abortive summit meeting in Paris Zorin told newsmen he is re turning to Moscow immediate ly The American plan intro duced before the empty Com munist seats was a revision of the earlier Western proposals ITS FIRST stage contained no time limit whereas all the Soviet disarmament plans have Set a time provided for clearly defined opening steps of a world treaty In the second stage of the plan American and Soviet force levels would be reduced to 1700000 men and an inter national peace force would be established In the third stage national iorces would be reduced to the levels required for internal security and there shall be no manufacture of any armaments except for agreed types and quantities for use by the inter national police force and agreed remaining national conting ents Governors over nominees Algerian talks bog in Paris MELUN France arrangements for ceasefire talks between Algerian and President Charles de Gaulle have bogged down over a de mand for French recognition of the rebel government in exile informed sources said Monday Three rebel emissaries sent t France Friday have made rec ognition the first condition t the peace exchange the source said However they believed th emissaries would drop this de mand in return for certain othe concessions The current talks aimed a clearing up technical details about de Gaulles planned meel ng with Premier Ferhat Ab has of the Algerian provisiona government were being held in his provincial city under com plete secrecy The j e b e 1 representatives were headed by Ahmed Bou mendjel a former deputy in the Drench National Assembly The French negotiators were Roger iloris civilian secretary genera or Algerian affairs and Brig Gen Hubert Mace de Gastines who represents the army Algerian Gov General Pan DeLouvrier currently was on a visit to Paris and presumably was on call at the talks when ever needed Finch Tregoff tridS set again LOS ANGELES was in readiness Monday to be gin the second murder trial of Dr R Bernard Finch and Car ole Tregoff unless the US su preme court acts on the red haired models petition to dis qualify the judge Both the prosecution and de fense were ready to go ahead with the preliminaries on sched ule Monday in the oftdelayed retrial of the admitted lovers for the slaying of the physi cians socialite wife Barbara Jean The couples first trial took three months and ended North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday night and Tuesday Students wont agree sin By LEROY HANSEN TOKYO UPI Ranking That epitaph haunts me It haunts me becauseI find my self asking Is it possible that my beloved America could in deed blundering down the Iowa Considerable cloudiness scattered showers and thun derstorms Monday night and Tuesday except extreme north west Tuesday cooler north west Lows Monday night up per 50s northwest to 60s else where Highs Tuesday 7080 Iowa FiveDay Forecast Tem peratures for the next five days should average a little below normal with cooler readings about Wednesday and again on Friday The av erage highs should be in the lower 80s with lows in the lower 60s Minnesota Partly cloudv with scattered showers and Ihiin dershowers south Monday night cooler all except ex treme southeast lows 4550 northwest 5060 east and south members of theruling Liberal Democratic Party Monday agreed to try to select before July 1 a new Prime Minister to jreplace Nobusuke Kishi accord ing to Party Secretary General Shojiro Kawashima The agreement was reached at a closed meeting of nine leading members of the Party They also agreed that a new cabinet must be formed at the earliest opportunity but failed to make much progress in selecting a successor Kishi did not attend the meeting WHILE THE ruling party hierarchy was trying to agree ion a replacement for Kishi who has announced his intention to resign some leftist groups which forced his hand said they would begin new demonstrations Tuesday against reactionary government The militant and usually vio lent Zengakuren Student Feder ation said it would muster at least 20000 members Tuesday afternoon for a new demonstra tion in front of the National Diet A Zengakuren spokesman told UPI that the new government would be no different from Ki shis government and we are going to demonstrate against any chance of a LiberalDemo On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 89 Clear Lake News15 Sports Comics North Iowa News i Latest Markets 1314 23 26 18 Set Cuban explosion MIAMI F 1 a iffhA spokes man for La Cross said Monday agents of thati cratic member succeeding Ki shi We will block Kishi from handing over the reins of gov ernment to his cohorts THE NINE members includ ing the three most likely can didates for Kishis post Hayato Ideda Bamboku Ono and Mit sujiro Ishii met about an hour After they left the remaining members representing all three major factions in the ruling party met for another hour After the meeting Kawashima said we have decided that the nomination of the Prime Minister should come before the election of the party president The president of the majority party traditionally is Prime Minister We have also agreed that the new cabinet must be formed at the earliest date be cause of the present political situation in the country House votes to keep excise tax ews in a utshell GlobeGazette weather datai up to 8 a m Monday Maximum 81 Minimum 54 At 8 a m 71 Precipitation none HOLD MAN NEW YORK UPI Police Mason City News 1718 held an unidentified man in con nection with the attempted rob bery early Monday of Tiffanys ilurh jewelry display window at Fifth Avenue and 57th St SAME antiCastro organization WASHINGTON Cuba touched off the explosion I House voted approval Monday that rocked Havana Sundayof a compromise bill to continue and blue trailer to make FEOM OUR WIEE SERVICES MANILA Nearly 100 persons were report ed dead and several hun dred are missing Monday after Typhoon Olive raked the main Philip pine island of Luzon KUMLA Sweden Soren Lithell 21 got married Sunday and waiting to kiss the bride were his father who got married last month and his 74yearold grandr father who took a bride two months ago CAIRO U A R The U A Rs semioffi cial Middle East News Agency Sunday night de nounced King Hussein of Jordan as the scion of the House of Treason SECAUCUS N J Henry Krajewski pig farmer turned tavern owner leaves this week for the Democratic and Republican national con ventions in his red white Freeman urges Greater River Road at confab Glacier Park Mont UPI Gov Orville L Freeman recommended Mon day a program for develop ment of the proposed Great River Road running the length of the Mississippi River from Canada to the Golf of Mexico Freeman estimated that such a scenic 2000mile high way would attract at least 1 per cent of the nations rec Battle in Demo ranks getting hot Rockefeller still holds out By JACK BELL GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Mont Feuding governors reation seeking public annualjare scuffing out party lines as ly He said these visitors Democrats b 1 a s t at political would spend SI25 million a year in the IDstate area Reporting on the Mississippi parkway plan to the national governors conference Free man suggested these steps to get the project rolling Route determination starting with Minnesota legislative review to determine legal authority advance planning to block out a corridor a request to the federal government to re serve from leasing scenic areas begin to mark existing highways Ike confers before TV radio address kinsmen and Republicans har poon each other in this election year governors conference With snowthatched Rockies as a backdrop the Democratic bat tle is hot and heavy between ad herents of the top contenders for the partys presidential nomina John F Kennedy Massachusetts and Lyndon B Johnson of Texas On the Republican political shooting range its Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York against a rampaging field of Re publican state executives pledg ing their campaign all for Vice President Richard M Nixon By MERRIMAN SMITH THE SCORE card on Sundays openingday round left the defi nite impression that a sizabla majority of Democratic gover nors believes Kennedy needs only to tie the final strings to lave the nomination in the bag This is disputed by Johnsons Backers But there seemed al WASHINGTON most n sentiment among the dent Eisenhower conferred most of whom will his top advisers Monday on thenead state convention troubled world situation the leg Sen Stuart Syming islative outlook and Monday jton DMo or Adlai E Ste nights television report on hisi venson who says he wont dodge Asian tour a draft Vice President Richard 51i On tne Republican side Rocks Nixon and Secretary of StatefeJIer neatly sidestepped sign hristian A Herter conferred j inS a roundrobin in which most separately with the chief tne Republican gover ive at his request jnors pledged full and loyal Nixon spent 40 minutes to in his qucsfc Eisenhower and went over the PresIency lobal developments and the GOVERNORS who sponsored tatus of administrationbacked the Nixon resolution denied that egislation still pending in the their action was calculated to losing days of Congress embarrass Rockefeller They Herter along with Undersecjsaid they acted without having etary of State C Douglas Dilconsulted Nixon on briefed the President on the Handley told Rockefeller as atest developments in internath met at the entrance f lonal affairs including the lowup of EastWest disarmailake shore building where press nent negotiations in Geneva to1 conferences are being held lay didnt want to put anybody He will speak on the major a spot io and TV networks at Youre artists is all I can m say Rockefeller shot back night The spokesman told the Mi ami News that trucks carrying time bombs were parked near the ammunition depot about 6 pm The blast shook the city shortly before 7 pm La Cruz announced last Feb ruary that it was starting a pro g r a m of terror and sabotage against Prime Minister Fidel Castros regime KoreanWar corporation and ex cise tax rates for another year and prevent a billion loss of revenue The measure now goes to the Senate which is ex pected to similarly approve the bill and sent it to President Eis enhower The excise levies and higher corporation tax rates were due tb expire at midnight Thursday without the legisla tion i his third bid for the presidency as the poor mans candidate DES MOINES lowans own 979693 pas senger caid the State Safety Departments ve hicle registration divi sion said Sunday That is one car for every 28 per sons in the state AP Photofax ADLAI BATS FOR JACK Adlai Siephenson Mar ion holds a ball bat at the Womens Democratic pic nic in Marion Sunday while Sen John Kennedy looks over the crowd Adlai is no relation to the other well known Stevenson but the Iowa Stophenson said he would be proud to support Kennedy
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