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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily EdHtd for VOL MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Ptwf tnd United Vnu MtniOoM mn Wlrw MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBfR 12 1960 7c a Copy Paper of Four SectionsSection Nt I Nikita fails again Industrial site purchased 40acre choice location Park to be developed Photo of site on P 35 Another step was taken Wed nesday by the Mason City De velopment Assn in its activities to attract new industry to Mason City The corporation purchased 40 acres on the north side of Highway 106 immedi ately north of the State Brand Creameries property The property is to be devel oped as an industrial park It will make available sites for prospective industry It also is planned to sell un issued stock in the development association which would provide funds for erection of an indus trial building The fund rais ing effort will detemine whether or not it is possible j to erect a building of 20000 square feet on the site FUNDS TO PURCHASE the land have been made available by the advance subscriptions of five local businesses to the stock purchase program The five are Interstate Power First National Bank United Home Bank Lee Radio and the Globe Gazette The Iowa Development Com mission has strongly urged the Industrial PromotionCommit tee of t h e local Chamber of Commerce w h fe are working closely with the development as sociation building that industry considering a move to Iowa prefers a com munity where such a building is immediately available THE 40ACRE site was pur chased from Miss Doris Mark to provide such a It was pointed out ley in negotiations By Robert H Isensee association presi dent and Richard Romey Mason City Realtor The site has Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad trackage on the soutfi An extension of Pierce SW from Highway 106 would border the property on the east The site already is zoned for heavy industry and farmland immediately to the west also is zoned in that classi fication NEW SEWER and water lines cross the property from the north to serve State Brand Creameries West Haven the North Iowa Cooperative Process ing Co and the new Newman High School There is a gas main along Highway 106 on the south side of the property Elec tricity in unlimited quantity is immediately available A creek runs through the prop erty but the land east of it is immediately usable without grading The property has been in the Markley family since 1896 when J E E Markley father of Miss Markley purchased the land N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES BUENOS AIRES President Arturo Frondizi warned Argentina in a dramatic nationwide radio broadcast that a conspiracy is afoot to overthrow his government But he said I shall not resign under and circumstances Premier Khrushchevs sched uled early October visit to North Korea has been postponed Moscow radio reported Tuesday night It said he will make the visit at a date to be an nounced later SANTA CLARA Cuba The biggest conspir acy trial of the Fidel Castro regime rolled on here behind doors closed to all foreign newsmen except four Russians Newsmen counted 170 defendants about a dozen of them in military uniform who en tered the courtroom at the trial opening Tuesday Defense attorneys said more than 200 were on trial WASHINGTON Rep Francis E Walter D Pa said photographs of nude men have been dis covered in the room of one of the two American code clerks who defected to the Communists last month Walter said this hacked up his contention that at least one of the two men was a homosexual while working for the government Khrush likely to drop Cuban trip NEW YORK UP Soviet Premier Khrushchev is reported canceling a planned visit to Cuba at this time mainly be cause he fears it would backfire against the Soviet Union every where in Latin America Soviet security chiefs are also understood to have warned Khrushchev that mounting unrest and antiCommunist plotting in Cuba might imperil his personal safety He had scheduled a threeday goodwill visit to Cuba at the they reported Castro end of his United Nations appearance was under the impression would come when he left New York to return to Havana 10 days ago But Khrushchev changed his mind informants said when old his muchpublicized meet ings with Castro in New York already had badly hurt Soviet prestige in Latin America Pictures of Khrushchev a de lighted grin on his face hugging Castro are reported to have aroused antiCommunist and antiCastro opposition even in countries which had sympa thized with the Cuban leaders social reform programs Dog law is published The full text of the new dog control ordinance taking ef fect in Mason City next Jan 1 is published on Page 24 of this issue of the GlobeGazette The publication under a Legal Notice heading is made by the city as required by state law for all ordinances adopted by the City Council Those interested in more de tails of the ordinance than have been reported in news stories may study the full document or clip it out and save it The Weather North Iowa Partly cloudy con tinued mild through Thursday Chance of showers or thunder storms Wednesday night lows in mid 50s Highs Thursday in upper 70s Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday night scattered showers and thunderstorms west and north lows 5560 Partly cloudy Thursday warmer extreme west highs in lower 80s Fur ther outlook Partly cloudy with little change in tempera tures Friday Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Thursday in 70s Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Thursday through next Mon day Cooler at the first of the period warmer about Satur day then cooler Sunday and Monday Normal highs are from the lower 60s in the north to the mid 60s in the south Normal lows are from near 40 in the north to the mid 40s in the south Rainfall will average 25 to 40 of an inch in showers about the weekend GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 81 Minimum 57 SOLD AFTER 64 YEARS Property City lawyer The sale was negotiated by being sold by Miss Doris Markley to the Robert H Isensee president of Mason City Development Assn was the association and Richard Romey purchased in 1896 by her father the Mason City realtor J E E Markley pioneer Mason Disarm plans dropped New torrent of words FBOM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS N Y Nikita Khrushchev a hard loser began winding up his mission to the United Nations Wednesday admitting defeat in such a blaze of anger that his aides had to one down the official transla ion of some of his remarks By turns irate and bitter vul gar and vituperative in his state ments to the UN General As sembly Tuesday the 66yearold premier seemed worn tired as he left his embassy on Park Avenue for one last defiant stand Khrushchev returned Wednes day to press for action on two more pet subjects colonialism and the American U2 spy flights Russia will compete in armsmaking he said a post script to his remark that it is urning out rockets like sau sages HE HAD BEEN beaten in his efforts to bring the disarmamen issue directly to the floor of the United Nations The vote was with 25 absten tions in favor of sending it to committee first Khrushchev who turns his emotions on and off as he sees fit turned to the newsmen and said in a flat voice Those that support the U S position can certainly celebrate victory They have put ofl once again a decision on dis armament and come closer to the possibility of war Aides hastily ran out after ward to correct the record He did not say war they said lease make it read closer to catastrophe They added on the phrase then there will be no war if here is disarmament Khrush chev himself had not said that BUT WHATEVER his words Khrushchev was a bitter man as le saw his last chance in this assembly go glimmering just wo days before his scheduled return home to Moscow He rose to address the as sembly in the afternoon session and called as expected for a meeting of heads of govern ments next March or April to discuss general and complete disarmament The American election he said made discus sion now fruitless US Ambassador James J Wadsworth had told newsmen he United States might quit the United Nations if Red China wins admission Khrushchev brushed off Wadsworth in a 22 minute harangue in which he said he could not pronounce the Americans name Replying to the Russian Wadsworth said he could pro nounce Khrushchevs name all right And in unemotional tones he said If the intervention we have just heard from the representa tive of the Soviet Union is typi cal of what he would have to say in a disarmament debate that is all the more reason it should not be held in this cham ber KHRUSHCHEV hat lost ground said Wadsworth re jecting the Soviet proposal to de bate the arms issue Wadsworth was a model of diplomatic decorum Khrushchev was whitefaced shouting The veins stood out on his head as he spilled out in temperate often vulgar words He even ridiculed Americans for chewing gum Nuclear war he told the delegates would kill even them You want to scare us with your arguments he saW to the Americans Well I must you have not got the guts to do it The delegates gat in amaze ment FATAL SWORD ATTACK Inejiro Asariuma chairman of Japans Social ist Party winces in pain top photo left as he is stabbed by a youth at a Tokyo political rally In the bottom photo Asanuma holds his chest as the assailant whirls to thrust a 12inch Sa AP Photofax mural sword for the second time despite the efforts of onlookers to stop him White spot next to the victims hand is a lapel flower The white blob at left is the text of the victims speech as it flies into the air Quemoy Matsu to be big campaign issue FKOM OUE WIRE SERVICES Sen John Kennedy accused Vice President Richard Nixon Wednesday of irresponsibility clinging to the defense of Quemoy and Matsu Islands The Democratic presidential Candidate joined in a demand to enow if the administration has Case against Britt man dismissed GARNER The Hancock County Grand Jury returned a verdict of no true bill in the ase against Ernest Loren La Plount 49 Britt who has been held on a manslaughter charge ince the death of Herman Horstman 78 also of Britt Horstman died Aug 30 fol lowing an argument in which aPlount allegedly struck him An autopsy showed Horstman died of natural causes perhaps precipitated by a blow on the head LaPlount had been held in Forest City jail unable to fur nish the bond The court Tuesday dismissed he case against LaPlount and ic was released SAM already begun secret negotia tions for the withdrawal of troops from the controversial Chinese Nationalist islands off the Red China coast Kennedy started a heavy day of campaigning in New York with a discussion of the Quemoy and Matsu The issue is rapidly burgeoning into a top campaign issue with Kennedy plugging for a strategic withdrawal of US supported Nation a 1 i s t troops on the islands DESCRIBING Nixons posi tion Kennedy said I think that it is the road to irresponsi bility Nixon back in his home terri tory is confident he now has an issue that will help push him into the White House Nixon will spend 3 days in his native California and its almost certain that in each speech he will insist he is right Kennedy is policy for Quemoy and Maisu Thursday comes the third round of the big television de bate between Nixon and Ken nedy NIXON HAS gone halfway around the world to latch onto his issue two tiny islands off the coast of China He is sure to hammer away at this two point theme 1 That Quemoy and Matsu should be defended 2 That Kennedy is wrong and engaged in n a i v e and woolly thinking that could lead to he says the de fense line should be pulled back to the sea between Formosa and the China mainland Theres no doubt that Nixon thinks he has something hot in Quemoy and Matsu He hit hard at Kennedy in speeches Tuesday in San Diego before than 10000 roaring partisans in the ball park and in Albuquerque NM where 6 000 heard him Youll be hearing a lot about them Quemoy and Matsu in the next few weeks and months because they have become a symbol a major issue in the presidential campaign Nixon said Socialist leader is slain Jap fanatic used sword TOKYO fanatic right ving student Wednesday assas inated the Socialist party chair man Inejiro Asanuma 61 an avowed friend of Communist Ihina and the militant leader of apanese opposition to the apan alliance The assassin a slender Otaya Yamaguchi 17 stabbed Asa numa twice with a footlong sword as Asanuma poke to a political forum on lean campaign practices Mem bers of the audience hurled the outh to the floor and carried him off to police headquarters A LEFTIST throng of 10000 marched on police headquarters and then on the official resi dence of Prime Minister Hayato keda demanding Ikedas resig nation They shouted Down vith terrorism A few of the marchers broke vindows in an ineffectual at empt to break into police head quarters but otherwise there vas no violence The demon strators began to disperse after Cabinet official received lead ers of the federa ion Sohyo and told them the overnment would proceed with irmness Police reported that the young tiller confessed he had plotted he assassination for the past hree days and said he had no accomplice Police said he told them Asanuma was a traitor who was trying to sell Japan to the Communists Asanuma was hurried to a hospital where he died of two chest wounds one of them close to the heart THE ASSASSIN wis a former member of the ultranationalist Greater Japan Patriotic Society Members of the extremist Zen gakuren Student Association and of the big leftwing labor fed eration SohyoAsanumas com radesinarms in demonstrations against the new USJapan se curity treaty last the march oft the station They carried placards pro jlaiming Down with the Ifceda Cabinet which killed Asanuma and Dont permit terrorism It was the first major political murder in 24 years in a country where government by assassi nation was prevalent before World War II But it was the third political stabbing by a rightist fanatic in four the other victims and it raised fears that ultra nationalist terrorism once again is becoming a major factor in political life the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 1415 Sports 2122 North Iowa News 26 Clear Lake News 32 Latest Markets34 Mason City News 3435 Riceville man to head US telephone group C Pearce president and manager of the Farmers Telephone Company Riceville Iowa Wednesday was elected president of the United States Independent Telephone Association The organization which repre sents the interests of 3600 inde CUIFFORD PEARCE pendent telephone companies serving more than half of the service area of the United States closed its fourday con vention Frank G LaPrade Lee Telephone Company Martins ville Va was elected first vice president and Clyde S Bailey Washington D C was re elected executive vice president Pearce is the first lowan ever to be elected president of the association in its 63year his tory His companies including the exchange at Plymouth and Lime Springs serve seven small towns The new president who began his telephone career 23 years ago is a member of the board of directors of the Iowa Inde pendent Telephone Association and has served two terms as its president For several years he has been a member of the Board of Directors of USITA and chair man of its advertising commit tee He has appeared as a speaker in behalf of the industry lat a number of state telephone I conventions and has contributed several articles to industry trade publications Pearce resides with his wift and three children in Riceville   

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