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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MM Hemt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspoper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 9f Associated Piess and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 5 1961 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Two No 201 Allies expecting progress on Laos One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette tuitor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLU U300I pm Sunday KWLC Decorab 1340 pm Sun WOI Ames 640 am Tuesday WTAD Qnincy 930 pm Thurs WSUI City 910 am Sat What are the goals of world communism ABLE SCHOLARS on the staff of the Foreign Policy Research Institute at the University of Pennsylvania pooled their knowledge of world communism and produced a most challenging book Pro tracted Conflict Its from the Harper Press For my copy of it I am in the debt of a doctor friend in Des Moines Protracted Conflict is the name of this volume by Robert StrauszHupe William R Kint ner James E Dougherty and Alvin J Cottrell It concerns it self with the strategy the meth ods and the goals of the ideology spawned by Karl Marx and ap plied to Russia in 1917 Early in the book there is a reminder of this melancholy fact Within four decades Com munist power grew from a gleam in Lenins eye to the ab solute domination of nearly a billion people One of the principal reasons for the Communists enormous gains the writer of the fore going statistical paragraph adds has been their ability mean ing the Communists to conceive of the struggle for power its terms its theater its methods and its goals in larger dimen sions than their opponents AND WE MAY AS WELL pro ceed straightway to what the four authors of the book have in mind when they talk as they do frequently and at great about protracted con flict The dialectic theory of his tory first formulated by Marx and Engels the book points out is a theory of universa and protracted conflict The whole world is transformed into a battlefield upon which socio economic forces are locked in a titanic contest of indefinite dur ation Marx and Engels the writ er of this particular chapter continues bequeathed to the revolutionary Communists conceptual framework which en abled them to relate the mean ing of events here and now to a wider historical process gov erned by immutable laws and moving toward a predictable end But this time you know with out my directing attention to it that the book doesnt classify as light reading Nor does it have what would be described as a happy ending ONE BY ONE the authors tick off the successes and the set backs in the development of Russian communism The con cept of democracy with open covenants openly arrived at free elections the rights of mi norities and all the other things glorified by free people have had no place whatever in this ideology inherited from Marx and Engels Conflict to the bitter end its observed is the stuff from which Communism draws its very sustenance Negotiation is merely one technique pre scribed by the doctrine of pro tracted conflict The western worlds policy of containing Communism has had the effect of giving it haven and sanctuary without threat of being molested behind its own Iron Curtain Since 1945 to quote the Communists have succeeded in confining the cold war to the war zone of the nonCommunist world while keeping the peace zone namely the Communist bloc virtually closed to western intervention and incidentally Continued on Page 2 Pbotofax SECOND GENERATION Harvey S Firestone Jr and Charles Edison look over a 30yearold photograph of their famous fathers before ceremony at New York University in which Thomas A Edison was installed in the universitys Hall of Fame for Great Americans Edison unveiled the bust of his father Two perish in Scarville fire SCARVILLE Two men lost their lives in a home fire here Sunday Paul Peterson 23 Scarville and Merle Hauan 40 Thomp son apparently died of suffocation while trying to get out the back door of the Peterson home According to Fire Chief Burnell Smith the fire was re ported by a neighbor Elmer Martinson The Scarville Fire De partment was unable to save the home Dr C H Potter Forest City said a cigarette set fire to either some bed clothing or an easy chair He said the fire just smouldered and that everything in the home was badly charred Petersons wife and two children were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Engolf Lund Lake Mills at the time of the fire Merle Hauan was the son of Mrs Margaret Hauan Thomp son He was not married Funeral arrangements for Peterson are pending at the Anderson Funeral Home Lake Mills N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Electrical industry humbled WASHINGTON Ralph J Cordiner president and board chairman of the General Electric Co de scribed the pricefixing conspiracies in which his firm was involved as a humbling experience He and others learned a lesson from it Cordiner told the Senate Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee New ruling by court WASHINGTON The Supreme Court has ruled that an individual may be prosecuted solely for being a Communist party member provided he knowsthe partys aims Trujillos attacker shot down CIUDAD TRUJILLO Dominican diers and police shot down retired Gen Juan Tomas Diaz 52 the accused chief assassin of dictator Rafael Trujillo in a gun battle in the heart of this city An alleged accomplice was slain with him More conferences seen WASHINGTON Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana says President Kennedy probably will have further conferences with Soviet Premier Khrushchev He said he thought the first summit talk turned out a little better than antici pated The new Republican national chairman Rep William E Miller of New York said he hoped and prayed Kennedydidnt go to Vienna to negotiate some underthetable deal to increase his prestige Warm greeting for Adlai CARACAS Venezuela Adlai E Stevensons special presidential mission to South America ap peared to have gotten off to a good start As Steven son began his second day of private talks with Presi dent Romulo Betancourt and other Venezuelan offi cials U S officials were reported highly pleased by the cordiality of his reception ARRESTED AGAIN BRIGHTON England UPD Sarah Churchill redhaired ac ress daughter of Sir Winston Churchill pleaded guilty Mon day to being drunk anddisorder y and to hitting a policeman t was Miss Churchills eighth court appearance in the las two years on drunk and disorderly charges Geneva attitude studied Laos talks resumed GENEVA Commu nist delegates to the East West conference on Laos continued Monday to brush aside talk about ceasefire violations despite the an nouncement by Presidenl Kennedy and Soviet Pre mier Khrushchev that they recognize the importance oJ an effective truce in the Southeast Asian kingdom The Communists hailed th Vienna conference as historic bu there was no indication so fa what effect the KennedyKhrush chev meeting would have on th deadlocked Geneva meeting The conference which had been marking time until after the Pres ident and the premier met re sumed Monday THE FIRST Communist speaker J Michalowski of Poland ex pressed relief the Vienna meeting will help the Laotian confereno in its work but gave strong sup port to the Soviet demand tha the conference get to work on plans for a political settlement in Laos Michalowski urged the confer ence to spend no more time on the Western demands for new in structions to the internationa truce commission to preven ceasefire violations Soviet Deputy Foreign Ministe Georgi Pushkin also brushed aside the ceasefire as a minor issue He asked the nonCommunist dele gates what parts of the Sovie political proposals were unaccept able and urged them to presen proposals of their own PUSHKIN ALSO termed the Vi enna conference historic and said the favorable influence of this event cannot be overlooked The only speaker from the Western side Malcom MacDonalc of Britain said he believed the Vienna meeting would help the Geneva conference in its work for a united independent neu tral and sovereign Laos The KennedyKhrushchev ex pression of the importance of an effective ceasefire was termec useful and encouraging by one conference official Others were inclined to dismiss it as obvious and not particularly new Western delegates particularly the United States refused to open he Geneva conference until they got word that there was a cease ire from the International lommission on the spot That was three weeks ago Since then there have been dozens of violations Food stamp plan in Minnesota VIRGINIA Minn Elmer Andersen Monday kicked off the federal food stamp pilot plan in northeastern Minnesota Andersen sold the first book of stamps to Arthur Smith Vir ginia an unemployed father of seven Smith paid cash and received in stamps which may be redeemed for groceries at the stores of his choice He will be permitted to make a similar purchase every 15 days while the plan is in operation Distribution of the stamps also began at Hibbing The Itasca County program will be launch id in Calumet and Bovey Wed nesday and at Nashwauk and Ceewatin Thursday Selfemployed tax relief approved WASHINGTON idministration opposition the House Monday overwhelmingly lassed a bill to give million pecial income tarf relief to the elfemployed The legislation now goes to the Senate where similar lousepassed bills have died in he last two Congresses It is de igned to help doctors lawyers armors shopkeepers and other elfemployed persons accumulate heir own tension funds Photofax THE EYES ARE ON JACKIE Britains Harold Macmillan is all wrapped up in conversation with Jacqueline Kennedy before the start of a luncheon at Londons Admiralty House Mrs Kennedy has been the hit of the current visit to Europe Britishers almost ignore President but rush Jackie FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES of women struggled to get through police lines Monday for a closer look at Jacqueline Kennedy whose first public appearance in Lon don duplicated the extraordi nary scenes of Paris and Vien na It was quite apparent that Mrs Kennedy also was the apple of the eyes of the three dignitaries with whom she de Gaulle of France Premier Khrushchev of Russia and Englands Harold Macmillan The British women were among a crowd of nearly 3000 jammed around Admiralty House to await her arrival for luncheon with President Ken nedy and Macmillan SCOTLAND YARD had de tailed heavy reinforcements to the area But as the first ladys limousine with the license plate USA 1 pulled into the court yard the police had to lock army to try to hold back the women The guards both mounted and on slowly forced sackwards and the women clustered around the car peering at Mrs Kennedy her sister Princess Stanislas Radziwill and Mrs David Bruce wife of he American ambassador This metropolis gave Mrs Kennedy as enthusiastic a re ception on her first foray into he streets as she had received n France and an jven more surprising one con sidering the stoical British char acter There were 150 people outside the home of Princess Radziwill when the President left Monday morning There were 1500 there when Mrs Kennedy came out later wearing a heavy yellow silk suit with high patch pockets on the right hand side a small navy blue hat with a blue veil tied at the back with a bow and blue shoes and handbag Around her throat was the triple strand of pearls she wears so often SHE FLASHED a brilliant smile at the crowd who paid her the tribute of murmured admi ration My word what a smile said one woman A group of construction work ers high up on scaffolding near by rushed to one end of the platform for a look A sound suspiciously like a wolf whistle shrilled from their direction At Admiralty House the hand ful who were there when the President entered had swelled to thousands to see Mrs Ken nedy Scotland Yard usually handled these things well but it had underestimated the curio sity about the young first lady If mounted police had not lined up to prevent it there would have been a general col lapse of the police lines such as happened in Paris As it was women got through to the auto mobile in sizable numbers but there were no incidents Kennedy moves on to England after parley with Nikita LONDON President Kennedy and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Monday weighed Western Strategy in the wake of the Vienna conference and an nounced they see eye to eye in pursuing common policies throughout the world Macmillan said Soviet Premier Khrushchevs agreement at Vienna on the need for an effective ceasefire in Laos could break the deadlock in the 14nation Geneva conference on the crisis in that tiny Southeast Asia kingdom Kennedy at the same time was beginning to shape up a half hour report he will make to the people of the United States at 5 p m CST Tuesday by radio and television The President met for four hours with Macmillan at lunch and in private conversation This was the windup of a sort of four power summit conference by stages First Kennedy spent three days with President Charles de Gaulle in Paris then he was with Khrushchev for two days versations in Vienna That meet ing ended Sunday night with statement raising hopes o peace in Laos but reporting littlf concrete progress in other areas A statement issued after the conference said the two leaders noted with satisfaction the Vien na agreement for an effective ceasefire in Laos They ex pressed belief this should leac to progress at the 14nation Gen eva conference on Laos bu such progress was not evident in Mondays meeting at Geneva Communist delegates there con tinued to brush aside any tail of ceasefire violations by tb Communist side KENNEDY AND Macmillan also announced full agreemen on the necessity of maintainin the rights and obligations o the American British an French governments in Berlin This was one of the major issue discussed in Vienna by the Pres ident and Soviet premier Khrushchev meanwhile rushed home to welcome Presi dent Sukarno of Indonesia neutralist Asian leader whos government has contracted fo more than million wort of Soviet military aid Khrushchev told the Viennes in a farewell statement he hopec his talks with Kennedy woulc lead to peace understanding and cooperation between th United States and the Sovie Union AT VIENNA the Soviet lead er stuck to the hard lines of his antiWestern policy But US officials hope that as a resull of the Vienna conference he may yet modify his course Kennedy is reported to have old Khrushchev emphatically that if he forces a showdown over West Berlin the Western powers will defend the city Khrushchev was warned against miscalculating Western inten tions CLEARING THE WAY President Kennedy the way for newly christened Anna Christina Radzi will who is carried in arms of her godmother Count ess Christine Potocai after christening ceremony in Londons Westminster Cathedral The is the daughter of Princess Lee Radziwill sister of Mrs Kennedy The President was godfather at the cere mony The countess is sister of Prince Radziwill fa ther of the child RockyGoldwater ticket possible WASHINGTON w Republi can National Chairman William E Miller Monday said a Cold waterRockefeller or a Rocke fellerGoldwater ticket is pos sible in 1964 But Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz doesnt think it would be a good idea for him or any other conservative to have a second spot on a ticket headed by a liberal Mickey Cohens aide wounded seriously LOS ANGELES Mickey Cohen aide was wounded seri ously Sunday in a shotgun am bush outside a West Los Ange les bar Two blasts caught Max Tannenbaum 49 in the face and neck Doctors say he may lose his left eye and most of his teeth Cohen the exmobster now on trial here on charges of income tax evasion declined to comment On the inside Editorials 4 News Quiz 5 News 8910 Comics 12 Sports 1516 Band 17 Latest Marktts18 Maton City News 1819 Clear Lake News 20 North News 22 PARTLY CLOUDY North Iowa Variable cloudiness with widely scattered showers or thunderstorms Monday night Partly cloudy and cool er or turning cooler Tuesday Low Monday night in 50s High Tuesday upper 70s Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Tuesday Showers or thunderstorms Monday night and central portion Tuesday Cool or turning cooler north portion Tuesday Low Monday night mid 50s north to lower 60s south High Tuesday 75 to 80 Outlook for Wednesday Scattered showers and thun derstornis warm and humid Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal Tuesday through Sat u r d a y with no major daily changes Normal highs are in the 50s and normal lows from 75 to 80 degrees Rainfall will aver age 10 to 30 north up to 60 to 80 of an inch extreme south in occasional showers or thun derstorms throughout most of the period Minnesota Mostly fair contin ued warm Highs Tuesday around 80 GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 83 50 71 78 46 Judge Evans 91 dies at Waterloo WATERLOO Wil iam T Evans 91 died early Monday at his home here He started the practice of law n Parkersburg in 1897 and was appointed to the District Court jench in 1944 at the age of 75 He retired after six years of service Judge Evans for many years was active in Republican Party politics In college he was pres dent of the Students for McKin ey organization He was Butler County attor ney in 190506 and a state sen ator from Butler County from 917 to 1921 He ran unsuccess ully for attorney general of owa in 1920 Moving to Waterloo in 1928 fudge Evans was an Iowa dele gateatlarge to the Republican National Convention in that r and from 1930 to 1936 was a member of the Republican State Central Committee Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon His wid w and one son survive BANK SHORTAGE OMAHA authoritier aid Monday a shortage has been iscovered in the First National lank at Stanton Neb The ex ct amount was not known but it ihas been reported in excess of   

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