Mason City Globe Gazette, December 12, 1960

Mason City Globe Gazette

December 12, 1960

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1960, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Idittd for tht How MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 99 Aiioclated Prenand United Prcii IntcrntUonal FuU MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 12 1960 To a Copy Paper Consists 01 Two Oat No One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pm Sunday WOI Ames 610 pm Tuesday WTAD Quincy 930 pm Thurs WSTJI Iowa City 910 am Sat Is there a RussianRed China rift FOR A LONG TIME was suspicious of that rumored division between the Kremlin and Red China It savored too much of wishful thinking It would be just dandy to see Nikita Khrushchev and Mao Tse tung battle unto death with the free world looking on Once we wished that same thing about A Hitler and J Stalin It was the very attractiveness of that prospect that made me wary But in recent weeks in fact within the past month there have been some developments which simply couldnt be brushed aside as wishful think ing The evidence of funda mental differences between the Marxism of Moscow and the Marxism of Peiping is so abund ant and so well documented as to constitute conclusive proof Let nobody however conclude that the United States can drop its guard for even a moment The fundamental premise on which the Kremlin and Red China part company is this The Kremlin is operating on the theory that Communism can gain its ends without war while Red China is contending with all FAIRandWARMER North U w a Generally fair Monday night and Tuesday Continued cold Monday night lows near 5 Little warmer Tuesday highs in low 30s Iowa Generally fair through Tuesday Lows Monday night 510 Warmer west and north Tuesday highs in theImd 30s Further outlook Partly cloudy and a little warmer Wednesday Minnesota Clearing windy warmer Highs Tuesday in 30s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 31 Minimum 5 the vigor at its command war nuclear war is in evitable IF ONE COULD KNOW pre cisely what went on recently at the Communist summit confer ence in Moscow and finding out wont be quick or easy we could judge how deepseated the cleavage between the two great sectors of Marxism and Leninism really is In the closing stages of the extended meeting P r a v d a harped away at the folly in volved in precipitating a suicidal nuclear war In China the offi cial Peoples Daily of Peiping ridiculed peaceful coexistence and contended that World War III is inevitable Nothing even approaching a full story about the conference is contained in the voluminous watereddown report pawned off on the public last week The purpose quite obviously was to conceal and confuse not reveal or clarify With the slogan Everyone a Soldier Mao Tsetung has been pulling together a militia which could involve 300 million persons ultimately The goal has seemed to be the creation of a human sea of armed men which in the words of one Chinese Red leader no modern weapon can destroy There is somber evidence that the immediate aim of the militia program is to regiment even more tightly the tens of millions of Chinese who have been forced into the human anthills of the Commune system All Chinese between 16 and 50 both sexes are to be included it seems NOTHING is quite so cheap in China as human life Nuclear war holds its terror for most of the world including Russia But leaders in Red China foresee ultimate victory in sheer num bers Though millions might and undoubtedly would die in a nuclear war theres a coldly calculating confidence that no foe would occupy the vast reach es of China A tipoff to this rift between Moscow and Peiping is con tained in the studied refusal of Russia to share its nuclear weapons or its nuclear secrets with China Word the other day that China on its own was on the brink of evolving a nuclear weapon is reported to have caused pronounced con sternation in Moscow With his authority over the world Communist movement un der challenge Khrushchev has been busy rallying Communist bloc support against Mao Tse tung ever since the breakdown of the Paris summit conference in May The Red China attitude may have been reflected in Khrushchevs course of action He didnt want anybody as pop ular as Dwight D Eisenhower Continued on Page 2 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 31 Minimum 20 YEAR AGO Maximum 38 Minimum 26 H C Nelson nominated for speaker DES MOINES members of the 1961 Iowa Legis lature Monday nominated Rep Henry Nelson Forest City as speaker of the House The Republican caucus also named Rep William Darrington Persia as speaker pro tern Rep Robert Naden Webster City as majority floor leader Rep A L Mensing Lowden as Rusk Bowles Adlai agree to serve with Kennedy assistant tioor leader ana wil liam Kendrick Des Moines as chief clerk NOMINATION by the Repub lican caucus is tantamount to election of the officers will be made after the Legislature con venes next month The balloting was spirited for all the top offices It took five ballots to nominate the floor leader three to select a speaker but only one to name the speaker pro tern IN THE RACE for speaker Nelson won over Reps Vern Lisle Clarinda speaker in the 1959 session Mensing and Le SJNOWSlUKM TRAFFIC ON FIFTH was the scene Monday AP Photofax their way through narrow shoveled paths as New York City tried to work noon at the corner of 42nd Street and its way out from under a major storm Fifth Avenue normally an intersec View looks south on Fifth Avenue with tion jammed with cars and trucks Public Library at right Empire State Snowbound pedestrians were making Building in background 17inch snow en east seaboard states 3 major positions filled PALM BEACH Fla Presidentelect nedy Monday picked Dean Rusk head of the Rockefeller Founda tion to be his secretary of state Kennedy also announced at a news conference the appoint ment of Adlai Stevenson as am bassador to the United Nations And he named Rep Chester Bowles DConn as undersecre tary of state THE THREE appointments were announced by the presi dentelect on the patio of his Atlantic shore home Rusk a Democrat who served as an assistant secretary of state in the Truman administra tion was at his side Stevenson and Bowles were not present Kennedy offered the U N ambassadorship to Stevenson the 1952 and 1956 Democratic presidential nominee last week But Stevenson asked for time to think it over wanting to know first who would be secre tary of state The announcement of Steven sons appointment meant there fore that he was willing to serve under Rusk RUSK 51 is a native of Georgia and a Presbyterian He has been head of the Rockefeller Foundation for nine years Kennedy reading a prepared statement said Rusk would bring to the new administration and his particular position a long record of ability Th tie field of foreign affairs The presidentelect mentioned specifically Rusks former as sociation with the State Depart CHESTER BOWLES DEAN RUSK By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roy Chalupa Pleasant Plain WaU Slreets and bears It took 40 votes to win nomina1 tion and on the third ballot Nelim New Tcork and government employes in Washington D C were snowed under Monday by a crippling prewinter snow storm that knocked out trans son received 41 votes to 31 for Lisle and 4 for Chalupa Men sing withdrew after the second ballot The closest race was for floor leader The voting started with portation closed plants and Naden and Reps Lester Kluevschools and kept thousands ofjdreds of thousands were kept closed government offices in Washington Only those offices concerned with the nations se curity were kept open District of Columbia school children also got a day off when the schools were closed IN NEW YORK with trans portation at a standstill hun er Atlantic John Mowry Mar shalltown and Hillman Sersland Decorah in the running Kluev er and Sersland later withdrew HENRY C NELSON persons from work jfrom work when some highways The blizzard delayed the openwere blocked and some com ingofthe New YorkSlock Ex change and the American Stock Exchange in New York and 2 Des Moines men held on dope charge muter trans were canceled For the first time in the memory of veteran employes the New York Public Library had to close its main library as well as all its 80 branches The temperature in New York1 were attributed to the nient storm On the On the inside Clear Lake News Page 7 Society News 101112 News Quiz 13 Sports Editorials 21 Latest Markets 22 Mason City News 2223 Comics24 North Iowa News 30 Iowa only state in Midwest with nosnowdrifts The third snowstorm in about 10 days was safely past Iowa Monday and it Was the only state in the Midwest without snow on the ground The weekend storm which expected to leave four Collections taken for Cheer Fund was inches of snow in southern Iowa past to the south of the state The earlier storms had moved to the north But it was cold in Iowa Mon day Morning temperatures ranged from 4 at Cherokee Ma son City 5 and 6 at Spencer to 16 at Burlington and Davenport Sundays highs varied from new administrations over the of themforeign policy Kennedy said he in Philadelphia The storm dumped as much as 15 inches of snow in the Phil adelphia area 17 inches in New York and 11 inches in New Jer sey Several more inches of snow was expected to fall during the I hoped that it will become gen erally identified with the con cept of being for freedom and not simply antiCommunist RUSK TOLD the news confer ence he is accepting a compel ling and sober responsibility He called Stevenson one of day Abandoned and stallediour greatest Americans and also praised Bowles warmly In response to a question Kennedy said he met Rusk for the first time last week Rusk arrived at Kennedys ocean front home Sunday eve ning but there was no word to NEW JERSEY State Police reporters that he Was on hand automobiles littered streets and highways In Rockefeller Center in New York stalled cars and buses completely tied up eastwest traffic h a highway state ofuntil Monday mornin degrees at Spencer to 32 at Burlington A warming trend was pected Tuesday Recovered space capsule studied SUNNYVALE Calif A goldplated Discoverer cap sule the third one fished from western Pacific skies by the Air Force arrived on the United States mainland Sunday for an intensive study of the bits of human tissue it contained It was the Air Forces second consecutive catch of a Dis coverer made by Jones Air Force planes made DES MOINES Moines men were m winds were howlin in usts and urged all non1 Kennedys other selections Previous aerial recovery o 35 m les an confidential traffic to keep off thethis point are Connecticut Govjand alsoscooped a capsule out arraigned Monday before Federal Com missioner James Bennett on charges of selling marijuana Ronald L Bourdon 21 and Al len Weston 21 were arrested Saturday night by two mem bers of the police vice squad at a prearranged meeting be tinued closed across to fall Airports were iroads Police radio cars were j Abraham Ribicoff secretary and ferry boats crept stranded on the streets of many j health education and welfare j the harbor cities as high winds and snow j North Carolina Gov Luther continued blowing along the j Hodges secretary of com ocean THE STORM driven by high winds out of the Southwest also battered New Jersey Philadel South Jersey shoreline Atlantic City belowjmerce and Rep Stewart L jUdall DAriz secretary of in Heavy damage to trees andjterior phia central Indiana Baltimore power lines was reported in the Kansas City Boston and manyjKansas City area as freezing ALL HANDS SAFE tween an undercover agent cities At least 15 deathsirain turned to ice snapped pow BOSTON A Coast Guard told the youths he wanted to buyj jjnes More 11000 homes lifeboat was stove in and sank marijuana N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Supreme Court has re LANDING MISHAP LISBON Portugal UPI Al Kansas were without heat for 11 hours while rescuing six men from a City measured fivejgrounded fishing vessel in Nan but all Air Force of snow and Harbor Monday crashed and burned while landKan had nme mchcs hands swam ashore safely ing here Monday en route from Rome to Rio De Janeiro with Brazilian World War II dead Six of the nine crewmen aboard EPORTS are com ing in from stores industrial plants and organizations that collections are being taken for the Christmas Cheer Fund You can help get the project started in your group If the goal of the Cheer Fund is to be raised the tempo of giving will have to increase in the days ahead WE AT THE GfofaeGazeffe are confident that the generous hearted people of Mason City and surrounding area will again respond to this appeal to make certain that needy families will be cared for this Christmas Heading the list of gifts is the collected by the Junior Chamber Carolcade held in Cen tral park Sunday night That the labor unions of our community are continuing to give generous help is evident from two contributions in the list above from the Mason City Typographical Union and the Amalgamated Clothing Work ers ANOTHER generous gift comes from the Queen Rebekah Lodge From individuals both in Ma son City and the surrounding territory are gifts from persons who are convinced this is a way of giving They are doing their share to make this a really merry Christmas for others Bring or send your gift to the GlobeGazette Send it to Christmas Cheer Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa SAME DATEI959635 were not harmed shopping days left fused to stay the effect of a federal court ruling jwere injured but the caskets which required the continued desegregation of New Orleans public schools The courts brief opinion in effect upheld the Nov 30 ruling by a threejudge federal court which struck down a package state antiintegration laws NEW ORLEANS Eight white children and one Negro girl attended classes Monday in integrated William Frantz elementary school The students were brought to classes by U S marshals Attendance was the same as Friday when it dropped from 24 Aires Thirtyfive persons three of them Americans were killed in two airplane crashes in Argentina Sunday DENVER Colo By their vote in the recent election farmers clearly rejected proposals for in creased government intervention and subsidy of agri culture Charles B Shuman president of the Ameri can Farm Bureau Federation told the organizations 42nd annual convention USE CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT TB De Gaulle cuts short stay in Algeria following riots ALGIERS Charles de Gaulle is cutting short his peace tour of Algeria and hurrying back to Paris a day early The sudden switch in the French presidents plans was disclosed Monday as his cam paign to give Algeria home rule came under twin ham mer blows Bloody rioting in Algiers for the second consecutive day pushed the casualty totals to 79 d c a d and hundreds wounded Four others have been killed in Oran Moslems battled French troops after fierce clashes with European settlers in the biggest bloodbath in the North African territory since the nationalist revolt against France began six years ago From Tunis the Algerian national rebel government in exile rejected the De Gaulle program declaring it would only aggravate the rebellion Rebel Premier Fcrhat Ab as said no Algerian worthy of the name would lend him self to such a masquerade He called for United Nations intervention in Algeria Shortly after noon a spe cial squad of mobile police flown from France during the night began to move into Al giers ancient Casbah They advanced into the teeming na tive city from government square ripping down rebel flags and driving Moslems back A Moslem command post set up in the Casbah was abandoned as the mobile po lice moved up the twisting and narrow streets As the po lice and troops moved through areas swept by Sundays vio 1 e n t MoslcmE u r o p c a n clashes more bodies were found 2500 2000 1500 500 250 CHEER FUND GOAL Previously reported Junior Chamber Carolcade Mason City Typographical Union No 106 Osagc friend Clear Lake friend Amalgamated Clothing Workers Local 568 Donald Kalvlgr From Nancy Sally Karen From friend What New Club Rock well Oucen KcUJsah L o d e No lOfi Alan and Warren Kruejer THE DAYS TOTAL TOTAL TO HATE 8TIM NKBDKD GfVINO DAYS U5FT jsooow 3016 2300 1000 100 100 1000 ioo 300 300 1500 1000 200 7100 M5IW 3I2UT ;

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