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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOLW The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors1 Associated Presj United tnteraaUonaS FuU Lease MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE7 1941 Copy TUf Paper ConslsU rt Four SecUoniSecUoB No 207 Tractors deal going through FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DETROIT The American Tractors for Freedom com mittee agreed Wednesday to consider Fidel Castros sudden demand that the fundraisers go to Havana to negotiate the deal Premier Castros demand Wednesdays midday deadline set by the US committee for an official reply to itsorigi nal acceptance of the trade which Castro proposed May 17 A spokesman for the commit tee in Detroit said Premier Castros statement is consid was aired just 13 hours beforeiered to be an official response consider the deadline has been met 3 AntiRuss sentiment growing Constituents want action By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Some in formed politicians here are find ing a surprisingly strong and ag gressive antiSoviet atmosphere among their constituents stem1 offer to trade ming from a national sense ofjmen for ma jchines Cuba RPa the has a right to A SPOKESMAN for Walter Reuther Eleanor Roosevelt and Dr Milton Eisenhower the leading fundraisers said the committee was studying Cas tros demand would confer by telephone and hoped to give an answer by Thursday Castro added the new condi tion to his tractorsforcaptives proposal He asked that Mrs Roosevelt and other fundrais ers go to Havana to complete the new way of exacting American recognition for his regime The bearded Cuban charged that a repugnant and hypocriti cal campaign had been launched against his gov ernment as a result of its Eichmannstyle embarrassment Sen Hugh Scott author of that quotation went a inflict cxempla good deal further in an interview ry The people are ready for anyon thing even for war The series of international setbacks that we have suffered starting with the humiliation of the U2 incident last year extending through the long period of retreat in Laos the fiasco of American Cuba the embassies stoning of the jailing of American airmen all these things have led to an increasing grimness among the American people I find it revealed in my mail in talks with my local political leaders in conversations with people around the country punishment those who CASTRO committed high treason againsi their own nation he said H would be a mistake to interpret Cubas offer to liberate the pris oners as a sign of weakness and inhumanity DONATIONS to the Freedom campaign SEN SCOTT spearpoints of was one of the President Ken nedys political opposition during the campaign last year The chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Rep Thomas E Morgan DPa found an almost identical reaction in his district Rep Morgan said the average citizen is alarmed about our reverses abroad and ready for a strong reaction Whatever President Kennedy might decide to do to guarantee our commitments in Berlin will I am confident have solid support here at home Rep Morgan said Vice President Johnson struck a somewhat similar theme in a speech he made to East Ken tucky College in Richmond Ky No greater blunder can be made by any leader than to discount the strength of the free the vice president said POLITICIANS sion with one ccption appeared in substantial agreement with the vice presinut Iowa dents hope that at least i brave i beginning in the search for peace I may come from the Presidents labors in Europe The exception was Rep Craig Hosmer RCalif who saw cir OF all persua Tractors for continue to roll into the organizations head quarters at Detroit Some 55000 letters were received Tuesday but they and thousands of others received earlier will not be opened until the deal is cousum mated Thus the amount of money involved is not known Some million is needed to purchase 500 tractors and varioui attachments The deal has caused much com ment some saying the whole af fair is a blow to US prestige while others are saying it is Cas tro who has suffered from it Gets death sentence for killing lowan i GLENWOOD i s t r i c t Judge Leroy Johnson Wednes day sentenced Charles Edwin Kelley to hang July 18 1962 Kelley had pleaded guilty to first degree murder in the slay ing last February of Alvin conspicuous 54 an Internal Rev enue Service employe from Wal Photofax MAN WITH GOLDEN LEG Ed K Jolly Spartan burg S C displays casts he has worn since he broke his foot last August He has spent to mend the foot still cant walk and may face another opera tion in SeptemberA building contractor Jolly fig ures he could have built a home with the money he spent on the foot N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES KELLEY 20 Minneapolis and companion Charles No ell Threats by Khrushchev Soviet Premier Khrushchev gave President Kennedy two memoranda in Vienna threat ening to give East Germany a separate peace treaty and control of the routes to Berlin informed sources say The memoranda indicated Kennedy failed to talk Khrushchev out of his tough stand on Berlin Postal speedup ordered CHICAGO The U S Postal Department has launched a campaign to speed delivery of important letters by getting big companies to delay posting their secondary mail Assistant Postmaster General Frederick C Belen said delivery of priority mail could be speeded up 24 hours by removing millions of pieces of nonpriority mail from post offices during the crash periods after 5p m May resume atomic tests WASHINGTON President Kennedy is ex pected to announce soon a major turn in policy on U S atomic tests long under a selfimposed moratorium Authoritative sources indicated the new policy shap ing up as a result of the apparent failure of the Geneva test talks will be to resume underground US nuclear explosions if this serves the national interest Nuclear rocket ordered WASHINGTON The government said it will negotiate a contract with Aerojet General Corp and Westinghouse Electric Corp for design of a nuclear rocket to propel spacecraft to the moon and planets t Eichmann witness faints JERUSALEM A noted Jewish writer K Zet nik who rose from the ashes of the Auschwitz con centration camp testified against Adolf Eichmann spoke in rambling terms for about 10 minutes then spun off the chair in a faint The trial of the former cumstances in the Vienna confron tation that reek with a disturb ing air of calculated secret scheming The scheme he said is a secret agreement between preceded the fatal Koehrsen that shooting of killed Feb 22 in downtown Council Bluffs when the two men sought to comman deer his car The other victims were How ard Trovvbridge Milwaukee the two powers on the atomtest f Minn lis ban an agreement that would be fen a deadly trap for the n a flf Ws senators also said Liquor store A JURY convicted Brown in the Koehrsen slaying He was sentenced to hang at the Iowa Pcnitiary in Fort Madison June 22 Kelley a Minneapolis parking lot attendant broke into sobs as Scott quietly proi nounced the sentence The the President could count on the solid support of the people in any posturehardening he may under take BUT SEN JOHN Sherman Cooper RKy and George Aiken RVt were somewhat about the temper of the country Sen Cooper said the action to the Cuban youths face was deeply flushed adventure and he was weePinS as sheriffs had been high anger and a wish to strike out and do some thing Now he said this has faded to be replaced by a mood of questioning and reflection Sen Aiken said he too had discovered an almost violently aggressive reaction as a result of Cuba but that it did not extend to south east Asia in the same degree But Sen Scott went further Even if the President should de cide that military intervention were needed in Laos he said the American people would back him The question now is not if we do that will we get into war In stead people are saying that weve Rot to do something to stop he other side officers buckled leather belt and on a heavy handcuffs to return him across the street to the Mills County jail Young farm woman found electrocuted LAURENS Dar rell Perrigo 24 mother of three was found dead in a brooder douse on her farm near here Tuesday the apparent victim of an accidental electrocution Mrs Perrigo was electrocuted apparently trying to con nect or disconnect the plug on a heating device in the brooder 101ISC Photofax POLICE BREAK UP DEMONSTRATION Police break up a brief sitdown demonstration in front of the office of American BroadcastingParamount The atres Inc in New York The Demonstration was an attempt to force desegregation in the firms theaters in Austin Tex It was organized a few minutes after the last of four sitin demonstrators had been evicted from the building after a 37hour protest at the of fices of the companys president Roar of artillery in Laos protested Geneva parley at stake Reds capture Royal outpost FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Communist backed forces in defiance of a ceasefire agreement Wed nesday attacked and over ran the main base camp of the Laotian government stronghold at Padong The renewed assault forced cancellation of the days sched uled session of the 14nation Geneva conference on Laos No date was set for another ses sion and left the fate of the parley in doubt The United States warned the Soviet Union that it takes serious view of the re newed ceasefire violations The Red infantry attack pre ceded by one of the heaviest artillery bombardments of the Laotian war came only three days after the Vienna summit meeting between President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Khrushchev in which they agreed on the importance of an effective ceasefire EIGHT COMPANIES of pro Jommunist elite assault troops smashed through the defenses of Meo tribesmen and Royal aotian army forces to take the jase camp before daylight The Reds opened their latest attack in the tiny landlocked ungle kingdom in southeast Asia Tuesday They hit the erimeter first with artillery and kept up the barrage all day Then at nightfall they aunchcd the infantry assault vith shock troops The Red infantry stormed the outer defense and forced the 00man contingent at the base camp to withdraw to previous yprepared positions Contact was lost between the capital at Vientiane and the pro Vestern defenders at Padong for 2 hours But after the night ong struggle a sixman U S military advisory group led by lapt William Chance 27 Mount Hope Kan reported by radio hat the besieged defenders had een forced to withdraw their eadquarters to an alternative xjsition MACARTHURS SON Remember little Arthur MacArthur who was 3 when World War II caught up with him in thePhilippines Here General and Mrs MacArthur congratu Photofax late their son now 23 after graduating exercises at New Yorks Columbia Uni versity He was just one of 5809 who received degrees from the university CLOUDY THE REBELS earlier justified heir shelling of the village de pite the ceasefire by terming he Meo forces bandits The U S warning was car ied personally to Soviet Deputy Minister Georgi Push in by Chief U S delegate W iverell Harriman It came only short time after reports of the easefire violations caused the onference to recess indefinitely A spokesman called on the Geneva conference to give ade uate instructions to the Inter ational Control Commission for aos to enforce a ceasefire Lincoln White the State De artment spokesman had no omment when asked whether he United States would make a North Iowa Mostly cloudy with occasional showers or thunder storms through Thursday Lo cally heavy rains Wednesday evening No important tempera ture changes Highs Thursday in the 70s Low Wednesday night near 60 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal with no major daily changes Thurs day through next Monday Normal highs are in the 70s and normal lows 55 to 60 Rainfall will average 60 to 90 of an inch in occasional show ers or thunderstorms Iowa Considerable cloudiness with occasional showers or thun derstorms through Thursday Locally heavy rains north por tion Wednesday evening A lit tle warmer south portion Thurs day Low Wednesday night near 60 High Thursday in the 70s north to the 80s south Outlook for cloudy with little temperature change Minnesota Scattered showers wannerHighs Thursday in 80s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday The Mason City Municipal Air port has been selected as a site or an Air Force Reserve re covery squadron with author ized personnel strength of about 150 reservists Mason City Airport chosen for reserve recovery squadron at the of regular Air Force and that annual twoweek tram ing sessions will be held here to be BECAUSE OF increased fed of the airport however and because of the in Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 70 61 65 36 200 such squadrons in the United States will be prepared to as sist the regular Air Force in op erating from both military bases and civil airports in time of war Notice of the Department of he Air Force action Thursday ivas given to Mason City by Rep H R Gross Third District rep resentative in Congress THE SELECTION of Mason ity as a recovery site has been sought for more than a year by Mason City officials local Air Reserve members Chamber of lomerce and the Mason City Aviation Commission Local reservists will duties are in training for trained to recover and rereplacement in crease in air traffic in con nection with the new project there is a possibility of even tual increase in airport facili ties with federal help The telegrams from Rep Gross did not announce the date of establishment of the recov ery squadron However plans earlier had called for the na tionwide system and such units to be set up July l Presumably t h e 9695th Air Reserve Squadron headquar tered in Mason City now would be converted into an Air Re serve recovery unit At present the local squad launch friendly combat aircraft in the event of war If a friendly aircraft is unable to go to its home base and lands here it will be decontaminated re fueled given minor repairs and relaunched regular Air Force jobs and training is done in the downtown center or on the flight level at Webster City A1 g o n a Fort Dodge and Charles City With its new mission it is ex pected that all groups from all 5G cities in the squadron area will a no medical attention food I Communication will be estab ilished with the planes home jbase I At the outset at least the designation of the airport as a recovery squadron site will not mean construction of any new WASHINGTON WGencilities1at wi that monthly Weekend Ike old buddies note anniversary Li TX i j Dwight D Eisenhower sessions wjn be hdd tion in Greece meet together here at the air port for all sessions includ ing alerts between regular meetings HEADS FOR GREECE LONDON Ken nedy ieft London by commercial airliner Wednesday for a vaca the 17th anniversary of DDay irect demand to Russia to haveiby going to the bal game with ic Laotian Communists call off1 icir fighting 114 of the c o m m a n d e r s who White said the U S still wants n independent and neutral aos with an enforced cease re and these objectives we ill continue to pursue at Ge eva He said the U S would not dopt any obstructive tactics o bring about a collapse of the Geneva conference SAME DATE17M201 No gains losses at Vienna JFK FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Kennedy told the served under him in World War II The former president and his party had dinner at the ball park Tuesday night and then saw Cleveland defeat the home town Senators 143 They were guests of JEP Quesada presi dent of the Senators who was commanding general of the 9th Tactical Air Command during I nation Tuesday night that no advantages or conces the invasion sions were gained by either side in his meeting with Premier Nikita S Khrushchev Reporting by radio and TV on his tour to three European capi tals the President said he had a sober and intensive full and frank discussion with Khrushchev It was a very sober two days he said Kennedy said there were no threats or ultimatums from North News 25 cither side and no advantages gained or concessions made CubGazette 24 j The President said the type of meeting he had with Khrush City News 2728 chev may not be as exciting as a fullscale summit meeting Latest Markets 28 But he said it was extremely useful Clear Lake 38 i He said he had heard reports about Khrushchev from otheri Farm Ntwi 40 jbut felt he had to know the man personally to make accurate dt On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 789 Sports 2324   

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