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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Hw VOL MASON CITY GLOBE The newspaper that makes all North lowans Auoclated Press and United Pren Full Uase Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 Wl neighbors 7e a Copy Piper Consols of Four SectionsSection No forgetting no pardon Eichmann told JERUSALEM UP Israels attorney general pointed a finger at Adolf Eichmann in court Wednesday and vowed that Jewry always will remember him as the man who succeeded in part in carrying out the Nazi plan to exterminate Europes 11 million Jews There is no pardon and there can be no forgetting Atty Gen Gideon Hausner cried out his voice ringing with emotion While Eichmann looked on woodenly from his bulletproof prisoners dock Hausner firmly rejected the defense contention that Israel lacks the right to try the accused architect of ex termination If we dont try Eichmann he told the threejudge panel it is quite possible that he will not be tried at all and a crime without precedent would not be Alls quiet on school integration An impasse at New Orleans EDITORS NOTE New Or leans public school were in tegrated last Nov 14 for the first time Reconstruc tion The federal court inte gration order applying to only the first grade caused vir tually all white parents to re move their children from the two affected schools The fol lowing story brings you up to date By BEN THOMAS NEW ORLEANS La W The woman walks her two ele mentary school children two blocks to board thc school bus Then she rides with them and other white children to segre gated schools a mile away in neighboring St Bernard Parish While Ethel Arieux 32 wife of a truck driver and other mothers chaperbne the children on the buses other women watch from behind curtained sec if into any white punished Throughout much of the sec ond day of the trial Hausner hammered persistently at de fense challenges regarding le gality of the proceedings IF HAUSNERS impassioned words had any effect upon Eich mann the defendants expres sion failed to show it as he stared at the attorney general Eichmann is being tried on Israels charge that he com mitted crimes against the Jew ish people and crimes against humanity as chief of the Jew ish affairs section of the Nazi estapo Israel holds him re sponsible in the death of about six million Jews Eichmanns defense counsel Dr Robert Servatius had de manded that Eichmann be wrought before an international court What international court may I ask Hausner AP Ihotofax THE FINGER OF DEATH Israels attorney gen eral Gideon Hausner points at defendant Adolf Eich mann in his bulletproof glass booth during the sec ond day of the former Nazi officers trial in Jerusa lem Hausner cried out the Jewish people will never forget that Eichmann succeeded in part in carrying out the German plan to exterminate Europes 11 mil lion Jews during World War II Guy Butler Iowa GOP leader dies DES MOINES Sen Russia puts man into or bit rings safely Kennedy boosts NATO Adenauer pays call FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Pre sident Kennedy and West German hancellor Konrad Adenauer Wednesday discussed means for achieving greater unity among the North Atlantic Al ies Kennedy and Adenauer dis cussed NATO in a 90minute first of a series if meetings between the two eaders at the White House In summarizing f t h e first The International Court in TheGuy G Butler 74 Rolfe died Hague has no jurisdiction overjin his sleep Tuesday night individuals His death was discovered when he failed to answer the HAUSNER S outburst came in usual morning room call at the the second morning of Eich manns trial on Israeli charges of crimes against the Jewish people and crimes against hu Hotel Savery where he stayed during legislative sessions HE HAD BEEN subject to i said the parley dealt generally Rolfe with Problems involving Nato manity One of these is the heart attacks and is believed to appointrnent lo the royal house crime of genocidemass murderih a v c s u c The state alleges that Eich cumbcd to one windows to children go into three as chief of thc Jewish Afw h i c h oc McDonogh No 19 Elementary fairs Scclion of Nazi Ges currcd School on busy St Claude Ave near the eastern limits of New Orleans A DOZEN blocks away the same story is repeated every morning at William Frantz Ele mentary School The two schools were desegre tapo bears direct responsibility esti t h e night M r s Butler for thc slaughter of an mated six million Jews was overcome The attorney general said the by the shock of the discov ery and was treated by doctors Wed nesday Butler a Re International Court that tried Nazis at Nuernberg in 1946 no longer exists nor does the one that tried Japanese leaders on gated last Nov 14 under federalwar crimes charges in Tokyo court directives For he askedshould Israel violence flared at the two schools Then police put a cor don around the areas and BUTLER do publican farmer and banker hold of King Pa ma VI of Siam diate plans to call off the sesround 0f talks the White House sion Wednesday Butler attended the schools and Northwestern Uni versity where he received a dental degree He held the seventh license ever issued to practice dentistry in the Imperial Japanese Em pire He was dentist by royal But White House Press Secre tary Pierre Salinger said they also engaged in a general re view of world problems SALINGER described the meeting as a personal discus sion attended only by Kennedy Adenauer Secretary of State Dean Rusk and West German THE SENATOR was Minister Heinrich Von fender a stockholder directorJBrentano and their interpreters and chairman of the board of In the discussions Kennedy the Rolfe State Bank and was president of the Iowa Bankers Association in 1956 Butler a member of the Iowa Farm Bureau was a farm own er twice mayor of Rolfe and a delegate to the GOP national convention in 1952 He served three terms in the House of Representatives and hoped to win German backing for his proposal calling for a considerable buildup He said any proposals that thewas a Senate favorite with awas in his fourth session as a United Nations set up a tribunalcolorful background pushed demonstrators away simply raise cold war dif At Frantz 10 white children ficulties attend classes with one Negro first grader Before Nov 14 the Frantz enrollment was near 600 The parents of the white chil dren have been subject to har rassment and abuse from fight ingmad segregationists Policej protection was required at he homes of some TWO DAYS after McDonogh was integrated by three Negro girls all first graders 480 white students had been i North FAIRandWARMER When his associates learned of his death on arrival at the Statehouse they made imme senator He represented the 50th Senatorial District of Buena Vista Humboldt and Pocahon tas counties N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES withdrawn In February two sons of a drug store clerk broke thc boycott They stayed for three days Then their father left town v Mrs Arieux who raises rac ing pigeons as a hobby voices the sentiment of many of the parents who put their children in segregated classes in St Bernard Sure it is inconvenient But my children will never go to school with Negroes 1 dont care what the federal courts say But theyll get an educa tion if I have to work my fingers to the bone to do it IN BATON ROUGE the state capital 80 miles away thc legis lature is not in session for the first time since last Nov 4 In six special sessions which cost taxpayers slightly more than million the lawmakers re peatedly passed measures to thwart thc integration decree The federal courts knocked them out just as fast The New Orleans School inte gration case has settled down to a legal mpassc Iowa Gradual clearing On the inside Editorials 4 Society News 121314 Clear Lake News 181920 Sports 2122 North Iowa News U Comics 33 Latest Markets 34 City 2435 and colder Wednesday night lows in the middle to upper 20s Generally fair and warm er Thursday highs in the 40s Iowa Gradual clearing Wednes day night with scattered light rain or snow near the Missis sippi River colder with frost or freezing temperatures lows near 28 Generally fair and warmer Thursday highs 40s east to 50s west Further out look Partly cloudy and wanner with a chance of rain beginning west Friday night Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs are from the upper 50s in the north to near 60 inthe south Normal lows arc from the lower 30s in the least until 1962 New chemical element WASHINGTON Chemical element 103 has been discovered by U S atomic scientists The ele ment 103 isotope is the first to be discovered solely by nuclear methods No chemical techniques were used in its identification Wants bold space venture WASHINGTON Rep James G Fulton rank ing Republican member of the House Space commit tee said he was darned well tired of coming in sec ond to Russia and suggested that he would be willing to take a trip right now aboard Americas Mercury space capsule The Pennsylvania Republican said FIRST MAN IN SPACE AP Photofax This is Russian Maj Yuri Gagarin 27 historys first man in space The Russians rocketed him around the earth in an orbit taking slightly less than 90 minutes and brought him back safely to a prearranged spot in the Soviet Union Father of two of 7 just starting school he and his family experienced he Nazi invasion and fled into the hinterlands America should get some space are willing to take some risks enthusiasts who Change in policy a reversal of longstanding policy President Kennedys administration has decided not to oppose U N debate next fall on Red Chinas bid for a seat in the United Nations informed diplomats reported Instead the U S government is working on new strategy to keep Peiping out of the world northeast to about 40 in the extreme southwest Slow warming trend until rain Fri day or Saturday then cold again Saturday and Sunday but warmer Monday Precipi tation should average 30 to 75 of an inch occurring as rain Friday and Saturday Minnesota Clearing warmer Highs Thursday near 50 GlobeGazelle weather data up lo 8 am Wednesday Maximum 43 Minimum 32 Prccipitalion 60 Sunrise Sunset sister state Iowas DES Prefecture in Japan has been officially recognized as Iowas sister state when the Plouse completed action on a joint resolu tion Yamanashi hard hit by a typhoon last year was unofficially adopted as a sister state at that time and Iowa hog producers had 36 purebred pigs air lifted to Japan to form the nucleus of a breeding herd 1 t Powers report denied MILLEDGEVILLE wife of imprisoned U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers said that reports of her husbands impending release and decision to re main in the Soviet Union were untrue and all a mis understanding JFK AND ADENAUER conventional forces of the Euro pean members of Nato In re turn he was ready to promise some effort to give other NATO a share in control ofj i nuclear weapons power THE CONFERENCES were part of a highlevel series un dertaken by Kennedy in an ef fort to revitalize the NATO al liance He met last week with British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and will go to France next month to confer with President Charles de Gaulle One problem between the United Stales and West Ger many for many months has been US urging that West Ger many bear a greater share of thc cost of Western expenses for defense and for aid to un derdeveloped countries Shortly after Adenauer left Bonn the West German govern ment announced that it would pay ahead of schedule mil lion on its postwar debt to the United States CRASH VICTIM JEFFERSON A Boyle 53 Jefferson was MOSCOW tele vision presented a picture of the Soviet Unions first space man Wednesday describing him as a man with a good honest smile The portrait of Maj Yuri A Gagarin was shown to view ers Gagarin was 27 just a month ago HE IS MARRIED to Valen Una Gagarin 26 who also has a scientific background She was graduated from med ical school at Orenburg They have two daughters Yclena 2 and Galya just a month old Thc astronaut has an ideal Soviet background His father a carpenter his mother a housewife Gagarin was born March 9 1934 in the Gzhatsk district of the Smolensk area As a child munist party since last year Circles earth in capsule Communists exuberant MOSCOW The worlds first astronaut orbited the globe for more than an hour Wednesday reported back that he was feeling fine and then re turned safely to receive the plaudits of scientists and political leaders alike He was in the air an hour and 48 minutes including an hour and 29 minutes in orbit A fiveton spaceship carried Maj Yuri Alekseyvich Gargar in 27 He took off at am Moscow time and returned at am Soviet officials re ported THE ORBIT reached a maxi mum of 188 miles and dipped to a minimum of 110 miles above the earth before descent to a prearranged target in the Soviet Bunion Launching and landing sites were not disclosed in the statement by the Soviet govern ment and the Communist party The route of the spaceship named Vostok also was not disclosed but Moscow ra dio said it received messages from Gagarin twice during the sent while he was over Africa and the other from over South America The spaceship having round ed the globe safely returned to the sacred soil of our home A land the land of the Soviets At the end of the war the announcement said family returned to Gzhatsk to t Tne Soviet victory over the a collective farm Gagarin reiUnited States in the contest to sumed his schooling and in iput a man into space was hailed 1951 was graduated with disby Soviet dtizens from Premier tmction from a vocational Khrushchev to workmen in the Moscow streets Astronaut called typical Russian school in Lyubertsy outside Moscow HE QUALIFIED as a moulder Simultaneously he attended evening classes for working youths and then was sent to an industrial college at Saratov on the Volga Again he was graduated with honors in 1955 At Saratov Gagarin look training in aviation and after graduation attended an air school at Orenburg He has A DETAILED statement was read by Moscow radios star newscaster Lcvitan He read it three limes Then the radio broke into music with songs glorifying Soviet space achieve ments The pilots report that he was well blared over loudspeakers in the Soviet capital which was blanketed with a heavy April snowfall Muscovites clustered around Two reports made from man in space been a Soviet airman since jthc raciios to iisten to ncws of 1057 a member of the Comjthc historic achievement Moscow radio and all other Soviet propaganda organs went into a demonstration of patriot ism for the Soviet Union and ths Communist system And in Washington President Kennedy issued a statement congratulat ing the Soviet Union on an out standing technical achieve ment MOSCOW UPI Almost from the moment of launching the Russians exhibited supreme confidence in their ability to control the first spacemans flight and return him safely to Flight is normal I am with standing weightlessness JAMES EWEBB chief of t US space agency called it a well the state of splcndd achievcmcnt and cx Over South America Flight proceeding norm ally jearth i Then thc news that he In an unprecedented performjreturning to earth and he ancc Moscow radio broke into was here Tuesday on U S 30 t JUU1VJ V killed and another man injuredjits programs to report the prog m an accident involving two I rcss of Maj Yuri Gagarins his trucks about three miles west of lorymaking flight evcn whiie he still was in orbit THE RUSSIANS never have described any space failures and official announcement of other projects always have been SAME pressed hope the Russians will share their findings with the world The United States is plan ning to shoot a man 300 miles space in will try to place him into orbit The U S orbit try may come Earth is this carfl M outstretched arms The space flight came as no Igreat surprise Soviet scientists have been freely predicting it in tional welcome from the an nouncer Mother you with first cosmic traveller withheld until all risk was past Wednesday was different jtrailed it throughout its flight Moscow radios initial an nouncement dramatically con cluded He is still in orbit mation generally was in nc Then came the announccmcnlicord with what thc Russians an recent months especially after last months twin launchings of satellites Within thc past few days Mos cow has been flooded with ru jmors of a man in space Many Press Secretary Pierre SalinPersons in Moscow arc con vmccd that a flight into space IN WASHINGTON the White House said American tracking stations picked up the Soviet maninspace rocket after it left thc Asian land mass and said tho US tracking infor that the astronaut was flying over Africa He reported notmccd as far as thc flight was concerned was attempted last Friday and that something went wrong Gagarin rockclcd from a lion as an obscure army officer to a rational hero in a mailer of   

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