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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowot Daily Newspaper Edittd for ttw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE i The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL Associated Pren United Preis International Full Wires t MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 3 1961 7c Copy Paper Consists of Two No New crisis in Dominican puts Navy on alert WASHINGTON UP U S Navy and Marine units were on the alert along the Eastern Seaboard Saturday amid reports of further disturbances in the Dominican Republic State Department press officer Lincoln White said use of U S forces in the Caribbean country was not planned now But he did not rule out the possibility of such action later if Ameri can lives were endangered According to the latest reports reaching officials in Wash If Jock was in y K7s shoes Hed notice disagreement By JANE GIFTSET PARIS UPI During a ques tion and answer period at a news papers lunch in the Chaillot Palace Friday President nedy was asked Ken If you were in Nikita Khrush chevs do place what would you Speaking off the cuff he re plied If I were I suppose if 1 were in Mr Khrushchevs place it would be because I was Mr Khrushchev and had lived his life and therefore I would look to the West and I would see a good deal of reports of disagree ment I would see where all West ern leaders may not agree on every issue I WOULD SEE where dis tinguished American correspond ents Who speak with great in fluence take a different view on what actions the US should take I would see Mr Kennedy un der critical attack by many of his fellow countrymen as well as those who live across the ocean I would look at my own coun try where everything on the sur face is serene where nobody criticizes or opposes and every one is united behind me And therefore I would draw a conclusion that the time of history was moving with me If I were Mr Khrushchev however and had spent some time in the west I would take a some what different view of the tide of history I WOULD REAL those dis tinguished spokesmen who had prophesied the imminent collapse of Europe in 1947 and 1948 I would read those others who had felt it would be impossible for us to associate more closely to gether and I would also recog nize that dissent and controversy brings a kind of vitality and also protects individual liberty And I would consider thai possibly we could improve Rus sian society I will say that I dont agree very basically with one of the as sumptions which a good many Communists put forward and that is from the events of the last 15 years they have made the judg ment that the tide is determined and in their favor YOU CANNOT look at the re lations between the countries be hind the Iron Curtain For ex ample the rather strange re lationship between Albania and China or between Yugoslavia and Albania and Russia or between all the other countries of the bloc to feel that if time were per mitted to pass and the Com munists were permitted to be suc cessful there would be the same rivalries which we now see al ready in evidence The difficulty of course is that Caesar and Pompey ahd An tony and Octavius and the others did not fall out until they were successful We cannot afford the luxury of permitting them the kind of success which will prove them wrong finally in the kind of world which they witness WE HAVE to maintain our position And therefore I hope Mr Khrushchev is not misled by those signs of democracy which we understand but they do not but instead recognizes that the United States of divided as it may be on many important questions including governmental spending is united in its determination to ful fill its commitments ington the 5200 Americans in the island were still unharmed These military movements during the night made obvious that there was a considerable alert of Navy and Marine forces on the East Coast and in the Caribbean Sea THE AIRCRAFT carrier ShangriLa put out to sea at Jacksonville Fla under a gen eral alert condition Its decks were jammed with jet fighters At Camp Lejeune NC a Marine spokesman said units of the 2nd Marine Division were undergoing a test of our ability to move out rapidly The Greensboro Daily News quoting reliable sources had reported that Marine units along the coast were being loaded aboard the Caribbean off the Dominican Re publics coast At Providence RI television stations interrupted programs to notify the crews of the fleet oil ers Calooshahatchee and Alla gash to return to their ships at once IN WASHINGTON a Penta gon spokesman said there would be other ship movements but he and other officials declined to discuss any specific military movements Another Pentagon source pointed out that since last year the United States has kept a 2000man battalion landing team of the 2nd Marine Division afloat in the Caribbean ready for immediate action Meanwhile reports reaching Washington indicated a purge may be under way on the island in the wake of Tuesday nights assassination of dictator Rafael FAIR Iowa Generally fair north partly cloudy south through Sunday A little cooler anc less humid in east Saturday afternoon Cooler southeas i Saturday night warmer north west Sunday afternoon Low Saturday night 40s north to about 50 south High Sunday in the lower 70s north to the upper 70s south Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 77 47 60 84 47 Furor over eyes7 in L TrujiOo These reports also Swiss cheese MONROE Wis UPI Iheesemakers in this Swiss cheese capital of the United States say the federal govern ment should keep its eye on the cheese and not on the holes They say good Swiss cheese is good whether the holes in the cheese are natural or artificial CHEESEMAKERS said they were astounded to learn the Federal Food and Drug Admin istration FDA had seized ship ments of Swiss cheese at Chi cago and New York The gov ernment accused the cheese makers of milking the public by riddling the cheese artificial ly Fred Galli secretary of the Wisconsin Swiss and Limburger Cheese Producers Association said the practice of putting ar tificial eyes into the cheese absolutely did not affect the consumer It had nothing to do with the quality of the cheese it was just the appearance he said THE EYES are the result indicated that some antiTru jillo elements may be in control of areas outside Ciudad Trujillo the Dominican capital U S policy makers were con cerned lest Trujillos successor mold a ruthless regime which is anti pro Mos cow with or without help from uban Prime Minister Fidel Castro On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Editorials 4 Comics 5 Church News 67 Society News 8 Sports 910 Latest Markets 12 Mason City News 1213 Business News 1415 of gas bubbles formed by bac teria at work fermenting some of the cheese ingredients Ac cording to Galli most of the Swiss cheese is sliced from 80 pound wheels and high quali ty cheese naturally has more holes in the middle than around the edges The question is if youve got a block of cheese rated grade A is part of it not Grade A Galli asked The FDA and the cheese mak ers gave no details on the hole making process But one Mon roe woman employe explained I used a watermelon scoop North Iowa News 18 Friday after a heart attack PUBLISHER DIES CHICAGO Wi E Einer An dcrsson 59 publisher of the SwedishAmerican Tribune diec Cordiality prevails at Viennas talks SMILES ALL AROUND AS KHRUSHCHEV KENNEDY MEET Photofax Austrians are enthusiastic Neutral in favor of Kennedy FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES VIENNA Austria is neutral nation of course bul neutral in favor of President Kennedy He arrived Saturday on a rainy wet day and people im mediately began comparing the reception he received with that given Friday to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Khrushchev got long loud N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES 73 more riders jailed JACKSON Miss Thirteen more Freedom riders stopped by an injunction from further racial challenges in Alabama were jailed here when they attempted to integrate waiting rooms at the bus sta tion Negroes in the group went into the white wait ing room and the whites into the Negro waiting room It brought to 65 the number arrested to date at Jack son Success for Kennedy PARIS President Kennedys first effort at European summit diplomacy his three days of meet ings with President Charles de Gaulle carried all the earmarks of a personal success There had been some fear that the young American President might not get along with the stern aging de Gaulle but the contrary was true Freeman wants action now DBS of Agriculture Orville L Freeman said it is imperative that the country act provide farmers with tools to better manage and meet their economic prob lems today and tomorrow He urged broad support for the Kennedy administrations omnibus farm bill now pending in Congress Eichmann to take stand JERUSALEM Adolf Eichmann is expected to take the stand on June 12 as the first and main wit ness in his own defense against charges of the war time mass murder of European Jews Fair mild remains in weather outlook Fair and mild is the weather menu for Iowa over the week end Less humid air and slight ly cooler temperatures are in prospect The Weather Bureau said the mercury would hover in the 70s Saturday and little change is expected in Sundays highs Top readings Friday ranged from 76 at Spencer to 87 at Davenport The outlook for Monday is for partly cloudy skies and southerly winds which will push temperatures upward Al Pearce veteran radio star is dead NEWPORT BEACH Calif Al Pearce who delighted radio audiences as Elmer Blurt the salesman who knocked on doors and said Nobody home I hope I hope I hope is dead at 62 The folksy radio star of the 1930s died Friday of complications from an ulcer operation ITS BARON FISHER LONDON UPI Dr Goef frey Fisher retiring Archbishop of Canterbury became a baron Friday Queen Elizabeth II con ferred the title on Dr Fisher who stepped down as primate of he Church of England Baron Fisher will sit in the House of Lords SAME DATElHOltt whistles from the street crowds In Vienna that isnt good It is derisive and in no sense im plies the same admiration that young men express when they see a pretty girl Kennedy got enthusiastic shouts of willkommen Thats good It means welcome It would be incorrect to say that Khrushchev heard nothing except one long loud whistle He got spatterings of applause as he rode away from the railway station But there was no great excitement in the streets and local experts in such matters say almost any local football game would have stirred up the populace more than Khrushchev did It takes more than whistling to upset Khrushchev and he appeared to ignore it He had a big grin on his face1 and waved at the crowds along the curbs What he didnt know is that the people had not assem bled to see him They were stuck there because the streets had been blocked off KENNEDY WENT into the popularity contest with Khrush chev with one big advantage He is a new face here whereas Vienna saw Khrushchev about a year ago But there was no doubt about the warmth of Viennas reception to Kennedy and Mrs Kennedy The cries of willkommen boomed through the streets It was raining when the Pres idents big jet landed at the airport but 1000 persons were waiting there to applaud him In Vienna itself there was a throng estimated by the police at a minimum of 200000 They said it might run as high as 300000 The rain made it im for Kennedy to ride in an open car but there were continuous lines of spectators waiting to see him along the tenmile route from the airport to the heart of Vienna The applause was hearty and it swelled to a roar when Ken nedys car passed through the workers district of Simmering Women waved scarves and handkerchiefs ONCE KENNEDY and Khrushchev came face to face for their first meeting at the American Embassy residence it was clear that the American President was going to do everything possible to get their talks started off right The two men shook hands and the press photographers began shooting pictures Press photographers of all nations have one phrase in common no matter what language they speak In English its just one more please Kennedy is used to it But hej carefully got Khrushchevs per mission before posing for an other handshaking picture He said to his interpreter Ask him if itwould be all right to shake hands again for the pho tographers Khrushchev grinned and they did it again ROOTING SECTION American girl students in Vienna give President and Mrs Kennedy a rousing welcome at the Photofnx Austrian capitals airport It was typical of the response generated by the Ken nedys appearance Nikita Kennedy at ease Wide range of issues FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES VIENNA President Kennedy and Premier Khrushchev met alone Sat urday to take one anothers measure after a luncheon in which the two heads of state traded jokes at the start of Kennedys first EastWest Summitconfer ence The 44yearold Kennedy and the 67yearold Russian Premier withdrew from their aides in midafternoon and began an ear nest discussion with nobody else present except their interpre ters The President and Khrushchev met for the first time with a firm handshake on the steps of the American ambassadors res idence on theoutskirts of Vi enna THEY IMMEDIATELY began a Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro myko those present certain to shape the future of RussianAmerican relations The opening talks were so in tense that luncheon was delayed half an hour but once it started it became what was described as a friendly rollicking affair with jokes passed Khrushchev was said to have proposed one toast that lasted 10 minutes Afterwards they took a nine minute stroll through the garden of the U S embassy residence and both men could be seen ges turing animatedly U S officials said the talks ranged over all cold war issues with special attention to West Berlin the nuclear test ban talks at Geneva disarmament and Laos KENNEDY HAS made no cret of his intention to make as clear as possible to Khrushchev that one of the great dangers of war lies in miscalculation By hat Kennedy means Khrush chev might touch off a nuclear conflict by underrating the de termination of the West to pro tect its rights in disputed posi West Berlin As Saturdays meeting started it was known that sometime dur ing the two days of conference here the President plans to tell Khrushchev that the Premiers formula for running interna tional organizations with a three man troika will wreck nuclear test ban and dis armament hopes The troika would consist of one Communist one Western and one neutral representative each with a veto The veto could be used US officials said to block any operation the Soviets did not like ONE OF Kennedys aims is to set across to Krush chev that if he wants any nu clear test ban or disarmament he must drop the troika for mula and agree to inspection provisions which would mize the dangers of cheating Krushchev was punctual as he pulled up to the wooded embas sy grounds in a quiet residential area He appeared through the rainfleeted windows of his limousine to be in a serious rather grim mood Kennedy had flown into Vien na two hours earlier from Par is Jacqueline Kennedy in con trast to her public prominence in Paris attempted to move into thebackground but the crowds soon found her and she was stopping traffic again While President Kennedy lunching wih Khrushchev Jack ic vvent with Helcn Matthews wife of the American ambassa   

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