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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North owai Daily Newspaper Idiftil tor MM Hunt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL AiiocliUd PICM ind United PriM International Full MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 17 HOME EDITION 9 7e Copy Paper Consist of Two Nt Ill Inva strike Cuban beaches U S denies intervention but sympathy is with them One Mans Opinion A Radio Commtntary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 113001 pm Sunday KWLC Oecorali 1210 pm Sun IVO1 Ames am Tuesday WXAD Quljicj 930 pm Than HSUI Iowa City 1910 am Sat Communism has not reformed TI7ITH THE THOUGHT maybe even a hope that world communism just might have modified its goal of world domination a former lowan and longtime friend of mine waded through 20000 words in the latest Communist Manifesto not just once but three times My reference is to J Ray Murphy past national com mander of the American Le gion now in retirement at Sara toga Calif after a distinguished law career in Iowa and New York Perhaps no other amateur he recently reported to an audi ence of Legion comrades can make that statement In this he was alluding to having read the manifestos 20000 words three times While reading he added I made no less than 30 pages of penciled notes And then he tried and most successfully loo to distill into 20 minutes what he had drawn from his many days of un The weather North Iowa Decreasing cloudi ness and diminishing winds Monday night lows in the 20s Generally fair and warmer Tuesday highs in the 40s Iowa Decreasing cloudiness and diminishing winds with frost or freezing temperatures Mon day night lows in the 20s Generally fair and warmer Tuesday highs 50s west to 40s east Further ally fair and warmer Wednes day FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the five day period Mon day through Saturday will av erage 5 to 8 degrees below normal with a warming trend Monday through Thursday fol lowed by colder temperatures Normal highs are near 60 north to mid 60s south Nor mal lows are the mid 30s north to the lower 40s south Precipitation will average 35 to 60 inches occurring as showers about Thursday or Friday Minnesota Clearing warmer Highs Tuesday in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 32 Minimum 30 At 8 am 34 Precipitation 1 Snow Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 62 Minimum 32 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum 33 Minimum 17 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Castro in command HAVANA Premier Fidel Castro took personal command of his regimes defense against invasion He signed a proclamation of national defense as com mander in chief and prime minister President Dor ticos previously had been referred to as commander in chief Relieved of duties WASHINGTON Maj Gen Edwin Walker in volved in a dispute over the John Birch Society has been relieved of his command in Germany pending an investigation Walker reportedly subjected his men to a propaganda barrage from the militantly anti Communist society Rusk in positive stand Invaders not from US FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Sec retary of State Dean Eusk said Monday there is no secret about the sympathy of the American people for he forces seeking to over throw Cuban Premier Fidel astro But he emphasized that there is not and will not be any inter vention in Cuba by United States forces Rusk also said the United States is determined to do all we possibly can to insure that Americans do ndt participate in hese actions in Cuba Rusk said the landings were not mounted from US soil And he rejected Castros charge that the United States was behind the invasion THE SECRETARY made it clear however that the United States is not indifferent to in trusion into this hemisphere by the Communist conspiracy Sen Mike Mansfield DMont said a meeting of the Organiza tion of American States also should be called to consider Castro musters militia Situation confused Plea of ambulances MIAMI Radio monitors heard a Cuban Red result from the invasion Mansfield Senate majority REPORTED INVASION Map locates three areas in Cuba where southern border of Matanzas Province invaders have landed according to re Cabanas near western end of ports from Cubanexiles in the United island on eastern tip of States Cubas south coast at Cuba But door is kept open Russ reject some details of Laos ceasefire plan LONDON UPl The Soviet Union rejected some details of the Western proposal for a ceasefire in Labs but kept the door open for further negotia tions on the matter a foreign of fice spokesman said Monday delivered Sunday in Moscow but he made clear that Britain and come to some conclusions the spokesman said we can give the Soviet Union wont be joinlno indication as to our views on ing right away in calling ajhoxv the note is to be regarded ganized fn ciicnnnrl firtht r i i fiOVGriH pleasant poring over the ullij Cross appeal for ambulances because there are many jand settle themselves mate dialectic of the Marxist iinol m Tamimr Hrnnrlp TamiPV Hrnnrlp ahnnt u leader told newsmen that thei The spokesman declined to developments posed mattersjgive tne substance of the note for the Cubans to meet up with injured in Jagtiey Grande Jagucy Grande is about j Despite protests of the Cu 17 miles north of the area invaded by Cuban revolu tionaries and also is about 20 miles inland from the exhilarating entertainment he warned AT THE CONCLUSION of his report his hearers were pretty well convinced 1 That the leopard called beachhead Red troops gain VIENTIANE strong proCommunist rebel force backed by heavy artillery barrages broke communism has not changed itsj through royal army defenses to capture an important road junction in central Laos The advance threatened to split the Southeast Asian kingdom in two More Angola unrest LISBON Portugal Portugal poured fresh troops and supplies into Angola where new terrorist attacks were reported and soldiers battled hundreds of rebels spots 2 That world domination re mains its overall goal and that there is no tactics so base that the Kremlin wouldnt employ in the pursuit i That the muchpublicized split between Russian and Chi nese Communism should not be permitted to lull the free world ban ambassadors to the OAS I think in view of all the cir cumstances a meeting of that organiz a t i o n should be called to con sider any even tualities which may result from the inva sion and revo lution in that unhappy i s land Spring snow high wind hit Midwest into a complacency 4 That peaceful coexislj enco is of most questionable plausibility With respect to the contention of some authorities that the manifesto growing out of the Moscow conference of Commu nists a few weeks ago repre sents a compromise between the views of Russians and Chi nese the former lowan had this to say If the suspected cleavagci Up to four inclies of snow fdl exists and continues let usjin lhc northeast quarter of the hope that the leaders of the free world will make the most of it But the conference was held the manifesto was hammered out and published And to its fulfillment 81 Communist parties Iowa plunged back into over the weekend with snowj and gale force winds arc pledged including Chinese and Russians both state Sunday Northwesterly winds hit up to 50 miles an hour at some places 20th child be our last WATERVILLE Maine W Mr and Mrs Prosper Grenier CASTRO Voters to choose Butler successor DES MOINES UPI Gov Norman Erbe Monday called a special election May 1 in Iowas 50th Senatorial District to fill a vacancy left by the death last week of Sen Guy Butler R Rolfe The 50th District comprises Buena Vista Humboldt and Po cahontas Counties The Republican and Demo cratic parties will nominate candidates for the special elec ceasefire to suspend the fight Soviet Foreign Minister An ing between the Westernbacked Laotian government of Prince drei Gromyko handed the reply to British Ambassador Sir Frank THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three waves of invaders have swept ashore in Cubi to launch the battle to lib erate our homeland from Fidel Castro Cuban exiles in the United States assert ed Monday Revolutionary troops fought a bloody battle in the swamps 90 miles southeast of Havana and appeared to have knocked back Castros forces in the initial as sault There were reports segments of the Cuban navy had revolted The Cuban government radio was heard summoning all mili tia units to report at once to their stations The invading forces hitting the east west and southern parts of Cuba were said to be several thou sand strong Later Prime Minister Fidel Castro announced invaders landed by air and sea in Cubas southern Las Villas Province and now are battling govern ment troops CASTRO SAID the attack wit launched by mercenaries or the imperialistic of the United government States fn Moscow the government newspaper Izvestia asserted the Boun Oum and the proCommuJRoberts shortly after the arrival tJ j nist Pathet Lao guerrillas in Moscow of Prince world stands bchlnd The spokesman said furtheriphouma the Laotian neutralistCuba government It contacts with the Soviet thc Soviets recognize as e menton of last sum ment would be required and thatjthe legal prime minister of Laos S u 5 u11 YcPretmTer meanwhile Britain is consulting i that the Soviet Uu SOUVANNA on a world tour10 would back up Castro with to sound out ideas for if necessary with the United States France and Commonwealth countries Until we have completed diswithin his wardivided kingdom DrJose Miro Cardona who conferred today with GromykojDroke with Prime Minister Cas and First Deputy over Communist influence Alexei Kosygin in Cuba is enroute to set5up a For three weeks the Kremlin provisional government in Cuba cussions with our allies and Infant hit by bullet killed had delayed answering Britains proposal of March 23 that a once a beachhead is secured exile sources said CHEROKEE Nanetta ceasefire be called in Laos that One landing on the south coast was confirmed by a Cu AT UNITED NATIONS Cuban tion One of the men prominentr1630 Knigge 5monthold daughter of Mr and Mrs Kay Knigge of near Cherokee was killed Sun day night when shot in the jthe International Truce Com mission of 1954 be revived and that a conference of 14 nations be called to arrange for a uni fied neutral Laos i s j Foreign Minister Paul mentioned as the Republi id a rifle car charged that Cuba had beencan candidate is Franklin Jaq invaded by mercenary forces ua Humboldt attorney and ban officer before the island nation 90 miles off the US shore cut communications THE OFFICER said a THE CHIEF stumbling size had landed at was the Western insistence thatPlaya LarSa 100 miles ried by her father ceasefire must precede any soutneast of Havana and fight ing had broken out Near Playa discharged major conference on Laos Other theibusincss manager of the Humj KniSge was bringing the rifle Communist nations have beenLarga is an air striP anci lha armed and financed by mt in1 t r r United States He said the inbolci Republican and the house when a Sust arguing for an immediate at Cienfucgos aders came from Guatemala weekly newspapers wind blcw thc storm door shulicrnational conference to uorkroyaUv of lhc forccs at Clen Tho cZn and striking lhc rifle Thc buUetjout a cescfire an always has made his declaration immedi hlt the baby s cnb ately after the 99nation com mittee convened He asked that thc invasion be considered on an urgent basis The chief U S delegate Adlai E Stevenson asserted these charges are totally false and I deny them categorically The United States has not committed aggression against uba and no aggression has been launched from any part of TEMPERATURES S u n d a yproudly accepted United States he said failed to rise above 30 degrees at Dubuque but the state high iwas a reading of 46 at Sioux Caution should prepare MSI about 15 dc for the likelihood of more co grees below normal for the tnid tions Saturday on the arrival ofj their 20th child That should be the last one though said Grcnier a 44 year old mill hand Were getting too His wife Dolores 43 gave CEDAR FALLS of Auditorium annex at ISTC damaged T nr Anril i Jlls wllc 43 gave LILUAM cAULb T KSchcJ bcSrV moved out of the birth Friday to an 8pound origin Monday 0 Mnnrinv anrl ihr winds ounce son Both arc fine caused considerable damage in there is less state Monday and the son diminished during the day RAY MURPHY referred to Weather Bureau said a thc fact that the bulky warming trend would take mtinist manifesto is tough reading abounding in almost endless repetitive double talk and seeming contradictions and inconsistencies Generally however he pointed out these contradic tions are so balanced off that a Communist dialectionist can prove there is none after all To me no expert a conscious effort appears to have been made to raise an ideological umbrella under which all international Commies can find ideological shelter While the document can be In their 26 years of marriage the Greniers have become par ents of 12 sons and 8 daughters caused considerable damage in a new addition of the Iowa State Teachers College auditorium here The blaze apparently or over Tuesday and continue on Wednesday MASON CITY had about anj inch of winddriven snow while Dubuque had four hah of which melted soon after it landed Thousands of Minnesota school children had thc clay off as the storm swirled across the state taking at least five lives on highways and stranding hun dreds Nearly 18 inches of wet snow was dumped on the Duluth area Thc entire Midwest was af iaid to ho all things to all men snowfalls for the date were set at many points in Continutd on Pagt 2 Illinois including three sets of twinsiginated in a second floor store room for costumes and other equipment used in connection with dramatic productions at the college A small hole was burned through the floor spreading the fire and resulting in consider able smoke and water damage US income tax deadline near Federal income tax returns may be filed until midnight without penalty internal rev enue officials have announced They extended the deadline be cause April 15 the usual dead line falls on a Saturday this year In thc same way thc deadline for filing tho first half of the state income tax has been extended from Sunday April 30 to Monday May 1 this year to a room on the first floor SOME DISPLAY HOUSTON Tex Ten vampire bats went on exhibition in the Houston Zoo Monday Curator John Werlcr obtained the creatures which feed only on blood in Vciacruz Mexico He said 700 workers will feed the vampires blood from cattle slaughtered at packing plants SAME I I IIIC IIIOIwC a itaouiut dii dirallgui ment strongly opposed fay Uniled States Rebel said some mili tary units had joined the in Thc Soviet Union in its first vaders possibly from the naval EHH Quiz irCShOUld bcCad Comics 7 jOn the timing Thc West was Society News 89 suspicious that the Soviets were recent wees Sports 1112 Cuban sources in Washington said another force landed unop delaying so that the proCorn posed at Baracoai in Oriente Latest Markets 14 Imumst Pathet Lao rebels in Province Baracoa at the east Mason City News 1415 Laos could gain as much terrijern end of Cuba controls a road Clear Lake News 16 tory as possible before being leading toward the US naval North Iowa News 20 brought to the conference table base at Guantanamo These in formants said Santiago capital of Oriente Province may al ready be in the invaders hands US Navy officers said there had been no special alert at Guantanamo naval base THE THIRD force was said to tiave hit thc beaches at Cabanas in Pinar del Rio Province in tho western extremity of the island Cabanas a minor port of about 2000 population is only 38 miles southwest of Havana One exile leader in Washington said antiCastro forces were shelling the Isle of Pines off the south coast where a few Americans and several thousand Cubans are held as political prisoners He asserted Cuban broadcasts said thc island was under attack by five ships A rebel source in Fort Lauder dale Fla said lhc landing forccs had been waiting off the coasts of Cuba for 15 days Tho informant Rafael Garcia Na predicted 5000 exile sol PILOTS REBEL BOMB CASTRO strafed and bombed Camp Liberty BASES This is the wreckage of an Fidel Castro blamed the United States ammunition truck after B2G bombers for the attacks manned by defecting Cuban pilots dicrs wm bc in bcforc day is over A statement by Mlro Cardona   

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