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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL W The newspaper that makes all North logons neighbors Associated Presi tna United International full Uasi Wire MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1961 7s a Copy JThls Paper rf Four SectionjSectioa Oae HOME EDITION No Near innocent stand by Nazi JERUSALEM Eich mann took his Israeli judge through the jungle of the Naz Islanders seeking t freedom U S put on spot By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau are hope less slaves to conditions we do not like Maybe it would be bet ter if we were given our ancieni freedom The people of Africa and Asia are getting their free dom We think we can do as gooc a job of governing ourselves as do these countries These sentiments have a fa miliar ring They express in sim ple language the kind of aspira tions most Americans would ap prove automatically without pausing to think What is embar rassing is that the individual be ing quoted is Jalle Bolkeim mag istrate of Kwajalein one of the Pacific islands administered by the United States under United Nations trusteeship THE WORDS COME from an article on US trusteeship in which Prof Harold K Jacobson of the University of Michigan sug gests that continuing criticism in the United the trend toward selfgovernment elsewhere for a review of present policies This kind of comment takes on new relevance in the light of a recent report on US administra tion of the Pacific islands pre pared by a United Nations survey group This 100page analysis ac cuses the United States of seri ously neglecting the economy of Micronesia and otherwise slight ing its people The 2141 islands in the western Pacific grouped into the archipelagos of the Mari anas the Carolines and the Mar shalls go under the collective term of Micronesia The United States acquired these islands from Japan in World War II at great cost Since 1947 we have administered them under UN trusteeship The Trusteeship Agreement states that the islands are to be prepared for self government or independence AFTEP NEXT year all of the African Trust Territories under United Nations supervision will be independent Of the 11 post World War II trust territories all except Nauru a tiny island with 2000 inhabitants administered jointly by Australia Great Brit ain and New Zealand and Aus tralianadministered New Guinea will have achieved the stated goal of either selfgovernment or inde pendence The remaining League of Nations mandate over South West Africa the Union of South Africa still refuses to submit to UN jurisdiction The UN survey group urged greater and speedier efforts to prepare the 76000 inhabitants of the Pacific islands under US trusteeship for selfgovernment or independence It made a good many specific recommendations including the abolition of uneven tax policies which favor United States personnel on the islands On the credit side the group Xvas favorably impressed with the good health of the islanders also with the universality of elementary education BESIDES THE Pacific islands the United States administers the Ryukus of which the main island is Okinawa although conceding Japans residual sovereignty Somewhat the same arrangement holds for the Panama Canal Zone In its own attitude the United States has consistenly moved to ward support for selfdetermina tion of all peoples most recently in United Nations votes against Portuguese rule in Angola Mate rial sucr as the UN report on the Pacific islands can easily be distorted The unhappy prospect is that Communist the uncommitted nations themselves picture this country as practicing repressive colonial ism at the very moment thai it supports selfrule with its voice and voles wartime government machinery Wednesday and emerged with the claim he had less to do with the slaughtering of the Jews than almost anyone else in the sprawling setup The former Gestapo lieuten ant colonel testifying for the second day in his own defense declared 1 His office Section IVB4 of the Reich Security Office dealt only with emigration and evacuation of the Jews 2 The extermination plan which resulted in the deaths of six million Jews cane from the top police and Foreign Minis ry levels and was adminis tered by them 3 Eichmanns own deputie in the field took their order rom the Gestapo commander there subject to the jurisdic tion of the chief of the Nazi dip omatic mission WITH AMAZING memory Eichmann expounded at length on the exact chain of command Twice Presiding Judge Moshe andau chided him for the ex aggerated length of his sen ences Defense counsel Rob ert Servatius urged Eichmann o be a bit briefer The defendant flatly denied he charge that he was the sparkplug of the Nazi death mills On the contrary Eich nann said his bureau was only a tool of the higher SS and se urity police both in the Ber in headquarters and in the oc upied countries Eichmann submitted his own etailed plan of the Gestapo ramework It showed various spects of the antiJewish pro ram handled by other offices IB which he said dealt very losely with the gas vans and he gassing IIIA responsible or preparing the legal basis for arious IIIB3 4 nd 5 which he said ruled on mixed Jewish marriages and what was to be done with the offspring Nashua lawyer balks at parking fine Nashua attorney has posted a SSO bond in District Court in New Hampton rather than pay a SJ fine for improper parking W H Scott entered a plea of not guilty on the charge in mayors court here The infor mation charging Scott was filed by Nashua officer G B Luck When Scott failed to answer the summons Mayor Stuart Hatzky issued a warrant It was served by Chickasaw County Sheriff Galen Folkers who es corted Scott to Town Hall for the hearing Mayor Hatzky said the case will now go to District Court at New Hampton 2 bills are in danger House set for kill Photofax State De partment released these pho tos in Washington as evidence of contacts between Miroslav Nacvalac member of the Czech Mission to the United Nations charged with spying and Karel Hlasny a language instructor at the Army Lan guage School Monterey Calif The US accuses Nac valac of paying Hlasny for classified information Nac valac told reporters he had never been in California and had never met Hlasny The State Department says in top photo Karel Hlasny wearing trench coat is entering the Milton Kris Restaurant cor ner of Geary and Powell Streets San Francisco on Nov 14 1959 and in bottom photo Miroslav Nacvalac looks around to see if he is followed on leaving the res taurant on the same occa sion SHOWERS North Iowa Partly cloudy with scattered showers and thun derstorms Wednesday night and Thursday morning Warm er Wednesday night lows around 60 Somewhat windy Thursday highs 7785 Iowa Partly cloudy with scat tered thunderstorms likely Wednesday night and over southeast and extreme east early Thursday Warmer Wednesday night lows near 60 Windyand turning a little cooler Thursday highs 70s northwest to the 80s southeast Fiveday Iowa Temperatures for a 5day period Thursday through Monday will average 3 to 5 degrees below season normals with slow warming trend beginning the period and cooler again over the weekend Normal high 80 in northern Iowa to mid 60s in northwest Missouri Precipitation will average 15 to 25 occurring as showers and thunderstorms mostly Friday and Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers warmer Highs Thursday FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON House Re publicans decided Wednesday to try to kill with one blow all the lew housing subsidies proposed y President Kennedy They felt they had at least an outside chance of winning in floor showdown Thursday The outcome will depend on votes of southern Democrats The GOP strategy was en dorsed by rankandfile Repub licans at a closeddoor confer ence shortly before the House opened debate on a farreach ing administrationbacked hous ing bill INSTEAD OF offering piece meal amendments Republicans decided to try first to derail it with a Sii billion substitute bill The substitute would mere ly refinance existing programs and extend them for one year The GOP maneuver if suc cessful would kill the admin istrations plan to subsidize rental housing for middlein come families and use federal funds to buy land for big city parks The GOP substitute also ivould limit to million the new funds for federal lending o small cities for construction of sewers waterworks and other facilities It also would scuttle Kennedys plan to have the federal govern ment underwrite the risk of no downpayment 40year mortgages or buyers of homes costing up to Kennedy Maritime strike worsens in and House Speaker Sam Rayburn also were dealt a etback Tuesdaywhen the Rules Committee refused to send the chool bill to thefloor as Rayburn wanted INSTEAD IT voted 9 to 6 to lelay any action until the House jducation Committee sends along nother National Defense Education Act with loans for arochial schools included The success of the Rules Com mittee in blocking action illus rated in capsule form the potent orces allied against the admin stration bill The measure calls MARITIME STRIKE SPREADS Pickets of the striking National Mari time Union NMU parade in front of the liner Constitution at its Hudson River pier after the American Export Lines ship arrived in New York from Europe Supervisory personnel of the Photofax ship line were pressed into service to handle unloading chores The spreading strike brought a virtual paralysis in harbor operations as members of the longshoremens union staged a work stoppage to join the other maritime strikers Seven here Thief forces cabinet door i that owner couldnt open or a threeyear program of rants to the states for either ublic school construction or eachers salaries as the states esire The nineman majority was omposed of five Republicans MO Southern Democrats and two SAME in 80s GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 77 Minimum 47 Catholics representing heavily Catholic districts President unhappy over Cuban trade WASHINGTON W Apparently irked President Kennedy has or dered his staff to investigate a aig shipment of blackstrap mo lasses sent from Cuba to New Orleans The molasses 2018424 gallons arrived from Cuba last Friday aboard a Norwegian tank er Assistant news secretary An drew T Hatcher implied that Kennedy was unhappy about th shipment He recalled that Ken nedy said at a news conferenc in February that he hoped th deal would not be completed Seven Mason City business places were broken into Tuesday night or early Wednesday but the cash losses reported imme diately totaled less than All but one of the breakins were in the 300 and 400 blocks of 4th SW The exception was Zan ios Produce at 621 6th SW At Zanios Produce a Culprit had more luck in opening one cabinet door than Zanios per sonnel had ever had The cab inet a combination never been used be cause it could not be opened but it was found open after the breakin The only cash loss known at Zanios Produce was from a soft drink machine and the amount of that loss was not determined Although desk drawers cabinets and an unlocked safe had been ransacked there the person or persons who broke in overlooked about in one desk About was taken from the Mason City Laundry 425 4th SW where a cash register was broken open No bills were iaken because the cash drawer of the register would not come out even after the front was knocked out of it A pop cooler at the Mason City Laundry was also broken open and desk drawers were ran sacked At Lumber Services Co 328 4th SW there was a loss of Drawers files and an un locked safe were ransacked there About was taken from the Farmers CoOperative Gas Oil Co 426 4th SW Drawers and an unlocked safe were gone through No losses were known at the Wagner Coal Co 325 4th SW a louse at 421 4th SW used as the Knights of Pythias lodge and Kurtz Foods 413 4th SW Each of those places had been entered and ransacked PROM K TO JFK A model of an American whaling ship one of two gifts to President Kennedy by Russian Pre mier Nikita Khrushchev as mementoes of their Vienna meeting is inspected by Photofax White House staff member Jill Cowan The President also received a puppy from the Soviet leader The whaler model was carved from walrus tusk and whalebone by a Russian craftsman Charivari irks newlyweds 4 couples arrested FAIRFIELD UPi Four cou pies started out to charivari at the home of a newlywed couple and wound up instead in court The irate bridegroom charged them with disturbing the peace Mr and MrsLarry Rhoades Germanville were married June 11 Three days later an old fash ion charivari was held Then last Monday four couples called at the Rhoades home Finding them not at home they entered and scattered cereal pepper toothpaste and other items around the place Rhoades said When Mr and Mrs Rhoade arrived home they told thi couples the charivari had al ready been held and for them to leave The eight persons pleaded in nocent in justice court Tues day On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 5678 Clear Lake News 1617 Sports 1920 Comics 26 Latest Markets 30 Mason City News 3031 Transit Schedule 34 North Iowa News 36 ADMIRAL DIES GREENSBORO N C W car Admiral Wallace B Phil iis 73 who retired from the avy in 1956 after more than 39 ears of duly died Tuesday N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Ike Kennedy confer WASHINGTON President Kennedy and for mer President Eisenhower have held a private White House conference They met in Kennedys private on the second floor of the executive mansion just before their luncheon date with Japanese Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda Press Secretary Pierre Sal inger said he thought the KennedyEisenhower dis cussion involved more than the Chief Executives cur rent talks with the Japanese leader Summer is here Its official now summer is here It arrived at exactly CST this morning when the earth reached its farthest point from the sun and the sun was at its greatest distance north of the equator di rectly above the Tropic of Cancer Coast Guard rescues 3 CLEVELAND Ohio The Coast Guard has rescued three men trapped for three days by an ex plosion at the loneliest lighthouse in the world in Lake Superior Another man was missing Word of the blast and ordeal of the lonely hours at the tower guarding dangerous rocks in the Great Lakes came from a Coast Guard cutter which investigated the loss of radio contact with the men Talks in third day WASHINGTON Preliminary U SSbviet dis armament talks were in their third day amid signs of a hassle even before the two sides get to a formal conference John L McCloy the U S disarmament chief and Valerian Zorin representing Russia ar ranged resumption of the talks which have shown no sign of progress since they began Monday East Port of NY is closed Demonstration by unions NEW YORK of longshoremen staged a protest work stoppage Wednesday caus ing a virtual paralysis in harbor operations already hit by a sweeping maritime strike The reason for the action of t h e International Longshore mens Association was not im mediately clear However it apparently was in an effort to force the striking maritime un ions to clarify their demands ILA members were called upon to meet with the striking sea unions in a rally at Man hattans Battery Park THE MARITIME Port Council of Greater New York then called for a work stoppage by its 27 unions so members could attend a rally after the ILA meeting ILA officials said they were confused by the interunion by play and lack of clearcut issues in the sixdayold walkout in volving 85000 maritime workers and close to 1000 ships Federal mediators say they have never faced such a con fused and complicated strike The walkoutof longshoremen who load and unload ships and handle baggage hit the port at a crucial time The nations two largest passenger liners the United States and the Constitu from Europe Wed nesday THREE FOREIGN passenger liners were due to arrive and the Queen Eliza scheduled to sail Thomas Gleason general or ganizer of the ILA said the dock workers are in the middle in the sea dispute Some of the striking ship of ficers are sitting in their ships eating well and getting paid and we have about 6000 longshore men out of work Gleason said Many longshoremen have re fused to cross maritime picket lines The creeping paralysis of the maritime dispute has spread around the nation and has im mobilized more than 100 liners freighters and tankers Numer ous industrial concerns ashore also are stilled 3 dead 15 hurt in Lehigh plant blast in Indiana MITCHELL Ind Ufi An ex plosion demolished a scale house at the Lehigh Portland Cement Co plant Wednesday killing a cleaning woman and two con struction workers and injuring about 15 other workers More deaths were feared among the badly injured con struction workers who were completing work on the new scale house The explosion was believed to have resulted from an accumu lation of natural gas Bulldozers and cranes were moved to the ruins to remove debris from the injured w h o were taken to Dunn Memorial Hospital in nearby Bedford Twentyfour persons had been working in the almostcompleted scale house Some workers were out for others wera returning About 250 persons work at the cement plant at the east edge of Mitchell in southern Indiana Bulletin MOSCOW If Russia will resume nuclear tests if United Statts breaks the cur rent voluntary moratorium Soviet Premier Khrushchev warned Wednesday   

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