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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             LEOPOLDV1U4 the ConW AP Confoiese security amd feadamcs dragged twoSoviet diplomats feet trim their car Tuesday beat them with clubs and hauled them oft to jail They were gtili held Wednes day Soviet embassy officials said the diplomats were embassy counselor Boris Noroninand press attache Yuri Miakotnykh The officials Mid they had no word on their fate Eyewitnesses said Noronin and Mukotnykh refused to al low the Congolese to search their ear on their return from Brazzaville across the Congo River The diplomats claimed immunity Soviet embassy officials said the Congolese also had cut the telephone and electric supply to tne luxury apartment where the 100man mission lives and works and arrest Russians dose to the Congo government hinted that y docu ments had bam seized from the two arrested diplomats Gendarmes stood guard out side the embassy building Tues day night refusing to allow call ers to enter Relations between the Congo lese goyeroment and the Com munist1 block have been bad and somemembers of Premier Cyrille Adoulas regime recent ly were agitating for a break with the Soviet Union Poland Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria the Communist nations with which theCongo has diplomat ic relations The eyewitnesses said the Con goleseletall the air out of the cars tires An argument lasting more than an hour followed The So viet diplomats sat stiffly in their car Finally the Congolese forced open the car doors dragged the Russians out and threw them into a Congolese army truck When they tried to get off the truck they were beaten with clubs the said Another witness said one of the tried to push a document inside his shirt but a Congolese grabbed bis collar and ripped off his shirt front The first secretary of the British Embassy Douglas Blyth finally telephoned viet Embassy Two Russians from the em bassy reached the landing stage after the diplomats had been drivenoffIt was not known they were taken Sources close to the gov ernment said the twoRussians hadbeen unable to satisfy security police they were diplo mats Last month Congolese minis ters accused an unnamed for eign embassy with financing a plot to bribe soldiers to arrest or kill government leaders prior to an armed coup Wellinformed sources said at that time several ministers were demanding the rupture of diplomatic relations with the Communists and the United Arab Republic claiming these embassies were the paymasters of subversion The Nortii Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for hSe Home newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbor LOBE Home Edition VOL iw AuoeUtad ud United Prcu International Full LMM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER UOc a Paper Consists of Four SectloniSection No 244 the Audubon Park Zoo in Orleans gets plenty of attention as it is unloaded from crate after being takeoff plane at New YqrKA International Airport following flight from Bangkok Thailand Angered at boys 4 parole Judge vents ife at Eldorg CLINTON Judge who sentenced a 15yearold ybutti to the EldoraBoys Training School and ordered him held until he was 21 has Evented his ire at school officials who paroled the boy after only three months Clinton Municipal Judge W A McCullough Jused sharp words Tuesday when he learned that his recommendation had not been followed They are running a social welfare institution at rEldora rather than a correctional insti tution Judge McCullough said Shuns U S PHNOMvPENH Cambodia The Cambodian Foreign Ministry summoned U S Ambassador Philip D SprouseWednesday to deliver orders from ruling Prince NorodomSihanouk for an immediate end to the 30 U S military and eco nomic aidto his country T V r Sihanouk announced his decision to a wildly cneer ing rally of his political party Tuesday He charged U was being used to undermine Ws regime and actual combat training of the TnJlTl A n A 1 I JO TTi i o n o that rebel Cambodians armed xuitcs yrnue smanouK based in South Viet Narh said earlier that aU Westernaid might be terminated it ap p e are d moment that French military adyisbry aid would continue r Cambodia has a foreign ex change reserve of about 90 million which should keep the little Southeast Asian nation sol vent for several jiears But a break in economic ties withthe is expected ibhit the Cambodian economyhard Funds derived from the UiS commercial import progfsfiri in Cambodia paid for about40 per cent of the upkeep of the na tions small armed forces but most of themilitarytraining is handled by a French mission ol about 800 men Cambodia also receives some economic aid from the Soviet Union and Communist China were u s ing American equipment The prince said he did not want to sever diplomatic rela tions with the United States but that missions other than a skeleton diplomatic staff must go The State Department earlier Tuesday instructed iSprquse to inform the Cambodian i govern ment that the princes charges were false But Sihanouk ap parently acted before the denial could be transmitted to him Workon US aid projects ac tually halted Tuesday after Si hanouks speech Aiiierican of ficials said the various aid pro grams would be phased out as fast as possible American aid is mainly con centrated on and educational projects The Unit ed States also has supplied most of the equipment in the small Cambodian armed forces and a 65man military mission to ad vise in the use of the equipment A French military mission of about 800 men is responsible for North Iowa Weather outlook Partial ctoring and colder Wednesday night lows in the 30s Partly cloudy Thursday turning ceMer highs upper 40s to low 59s Weather details en Peffe 2 Car mishap kills Clear Lake qirl 7 it that of James Kinricksen 1of Clinton one of ihreej boys sentenced to the training school Aug 29 for the robbery and beating of a 71 yeaVbld Clinton man Frank Hannaf an The judge said he was not in formed by Anthony Travisono theEldora superintendent that young Hinrickseq was released on parole last Friday Judge McCullough said it was aj flagrant disregard of the recommendation of the judge who knfew the circumstances of the case But at E I d o r a Travisono called the recommendation very unusual and added We nayet complete responsibility for j The superintendent said that while official commitment form sends a boy to the school until 21 the law permits Train ing School officials to trim on parole under supervision for an indefinite period of Travisono said tests of Hin rickson showed that he had a healthy state of mind that since he had not been involved in any previous delinquency a paroieiwas advisable A long period spent in the school could do the boy more harm than1 good the sunerin tendent said Clinton authorities said that the elderly man who was beaten had spent two months in a hos pital Travisono said he knew of no other judge who had ordered any boy to be held until he was 21 SISTERALe daughterof Mrs Ngo Dinh Nhulifts her sister Le Quyen 4 as they prepare to get into car in Rome The formerfirst lady of South Viet Nam was re united inRome with her children and brotherinlaw ArchbishopPierre Martin Ngo Dinh after her hus band was killed in recent military coup in South Viet Nam in testimony case MINNEAPbLiS Minii UPI I didnt recognize face was all covered with blood her hair was matteddown It was a gray haired lady with a drawn face Celling at the Thpmpsonv f for trial Wednesday how the beaten Carol Thompson looked after she had stumbled through pow dery snow three doors to the home of Harry C Nelson The state witness in the first degree murder trial of T Eu gene Thompson was Ruth Nel son thefirst person to see Carol after she was savagely bludg eoned and stabbed about the LEARNED LONDON UPI American Marines in Britain who learned how to play rugby to improve relations have won 13 out of 15 games with British teams this year face skull and throat last March Thompson is accusedof inas terminding a plot to do away with his wife an order to get more jthan million in life in surance to help support a mis tress An earlier witness revealed Carol knew the name of her hus bands mistress Mrs Merilyn Erikson also j neighbor said she heard the name of Jackie Olesen some time around Christmas 1962 from Carol Mrs pies6ri is1 the darkly attractive divorcee who has told from the witness stanc of her longstanding romance with Cotton Thompson and o his plea to give me 11 months1 until he could obtain money BARRYS KIN DlES PHOENIX Ariz LR Mrs Anna Davis Johnson 79 moth erinlaw of Sen Barry Goldwa ter RAriz died Tuesday Death toll is rising Venezuela Reds blamed CARACAS Venezuela Police firing bazookas flushed snipers from buildings in dowri own Caracas Wednesday as of ficials strove to queU proCom munist violence that has left nearly 100 dead or wounded A woman was killed and six other persons including a po liceman were wounded as fight ing spread from the workers suburbs to El Silencio a dis trict of modern business build ings Coming on the heels of Vene zuelas worst day of terrorism Tuesday the new casualties pu the twoday toll at 20 ikilled and 76 wounded A I President Romulb Betaricourt remained in his office through out ther night d i re c t in g the roundup of the terrorists by po lice the army and national guard I The number under arrest rose to 150 andpolice wsaid most were Communist party mem bers Many were youths who wore black pants and red sweaters as a sort of uniform Among those held were 40 per sons seized by troops Tuesday night for sniping at traffic With the return of quiet at dawn business houses reopenec and traffic returned to the streets i Merchants down because of telephoned threats and mo torists stayed home Tuesday when CastroiteCommunist op ponents of Betancourt abruptly stepped lip their campaign Car slips kills boy LINDA ASHLAND Dreier 18 son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Dreier was killed Tuesday when a car fell on him A senior in D u m o n t High School Dreier was trying to take the motor out of his car to work on it The car slipped off blocks and crushed him Surviving are his parents two brothers Eugene and Chris arid a sister Bonnie all at home Funeral services are set tenta tively for Friday may split stock hike benefits i bNEW YO R K WAinerican Telephone and Telegraph Co directors proposed Wednesdaj a 2 for 1 split of the common stock and a hike in the dividend effective next year The dividend would be 50 cents a share on the proposet split stock This would ber equa to quarterly on lthe curren stock The split if approved by shareholders at the annual meeting in April would be only the second in the history of the worlds largest private enter prise It would be effective in June operator of the nation wide Bell Telephone system split its 3 for 1 in 195859 The dividend was hiked 10 per cent to pri the new shares atthat time In I960 directors raised the dividend to NY stock firms are suspended NEW YORK New York Stock Exchange membei firms were sentenced Wednes day following a complex chain of reactions that threatened ma jor repercussions in businesi circles i The exchange named Ira Haupt Co and JR Williston Beane Inc The suspension followed statement by the exchange tha it was checking the financial po sition of two member firms Algona candidate beaten man heads Farm Bureau DES MOINES J Merrill Anderson of Newton was elected president of the Iowa Farm Bu reau Federation Wednesday He won out in the race to head the powerful farm organization over Wayne Keith of Algona the current vice president Anderson a Farm Bureau di rector succeeds E Howard Hill 55 of Minburn who had an nounced he would step down after 16 years as president The Farm Bureau claims a membership of 112254 persons in Iowa Farm Bureau delegates also adopted 20 pages of resolutions in a session lasting about 20 min utes on Wednesday morning The resolutions set policy of the Iowa federation and are rec ommendations to the national group they called for a cut in fed erar spending at least to the level where the budget is bal anced A reduction in federal in come tax rates should be made only if the budget is balanced following the tax reduction The delegates called for the federal government to end the policy of deficit spending during periods when our economy is expandingand no major emer gency exists v Turning to agriculture the bu reau said the government pro grams for agriculture have not solved the basic problem of low farm income The man datory approach to farm pro grams is inconsistent with our free enterprise system and con sequently is unacceptable to a majority of American farmers The delegates called for farm programs designed to encour age voluntary participation and create an environment in which the family farm will thrive They criticized price supports and minimum acreage allot ment programs and called for A cropland adjustment pro jram to retire enough acreage to balance production and de mand A voluntary land retirement program with payments ade quate to secure sufficient par ticipation Price supports based on a threetofiveyear market aver age with participation in a land retirement program required for price support eligibility Disposal of governmentheld surplus in ways that will avoid depressing market prices On state issues the Farm Bu reau reaffirmed its position for property tax reduction and the Shaff Plan of legislative reap portionment Falls off auto to herdeath Linda Ashland 15 is victim CLEAR LAKE Linda Ash and 15 died Tuesdaynight at i Mason City hospital from in uries received in a fall ftom thefender of a car in the high chool parking lot here According to the pouce porVLinda ahigh school sopho more fell from the fender of a car driven by Jon Hanson 17 The accident occurred at Pm j s tNels sliarsen chief of ipolice said Hansonstopped to pick up students at the west parkT ing lot entrance Four girls were in the car with Hanson while Linda hopped on the right front fender Hansojvmade left turn Linda fell off J1 Dr jrE Christopherson county medical examiner said death resulted from a fractured skull The girl was taken to the hospital by Snells ambulance and died about 35 minutes after the accident The students were going to attend the Clear LakeVentura basketball scrimmage at the school Linda was the daughter of Mr and Mrs C a r 1 Ashland Highway 18 East Besides her parents survived by two brothers Kenneth Spirit Lake and Lloyd Algbna and one sis ter Mrs L a r f y Kathryn Swarispn Mason City She was born May 121948 at Mason City Her parents were the builders and former owners Lake View Motel Linda played the flufe in the high school band and was a member of the chorus Hi Tri and Pep Club She attended Zipn Lutheran Church where she was confirmed last spring Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Wilcox Funeral Home Inside The Globe WOMEN WERE insulted cursed and spat upon Page 3 SURF BALLROOM sold to Casey Seney Page oU MOHAWK wrestlers beat New Hampton Page 35 Editorials4 Comics 4 Society news North Iowa news 25 Clear Lake news Sports news 3534 Latest markets yg Masort City news 3t3f Classified pages   

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