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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Dirksen urges firm US stand In dealings Russia The newspaper that makes all North lowahs neighbors By JACK BILL AP Political Writer WASHINGTON AP Sen niTbllCan eader At Dirksen said Saturday IhJ United States has blown trumpets of retreat loo long in dealings with Russia and lhat it is lime lo take a firm stand against the Communists Drksen made the statement on a televismnradio program taped with Sen Jack MlUer R lowa for broadcast in the Mid Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 13 1965 UBe a Piper CouliU ol Two Aiioclated full No 29 west It follows criticism leveled w rnuay night bv J W luabnght DArk for calling for a no concessionno dear policy toward the Soviet Union Fulbright chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Com JvuUee m a speech at Johns Jiopkins University in Balti more Friday night scored what he called flagwaving profes sional patriots and said they are making it difficult to reach any accommodation with Rus sia Those Americans who are most vociferous in objecting to the ambitions of communism are also the most extravagant in their demands on the Commu nists the Arkansas senator sayl Fulbright disputed th tion of Dirkscn and House Re publican leader Gerald R Ford of Michigan at a news confer ence recently that the United Stales is always giving in and getting nothing in return in its dealings with Russia Noting that the Russians hacked down in Iran in 1946 in the Berlin blockade in 1949 and In Cuba in 1962 Fulbright said The fact of the matter is that we have had some notable sue cesses or victories if you like in the cold war Hard as it is to believe the Russians may actually have had the feeling of having failed sometimes them selves Wallace to Washington Students called hooligans Dirksen said in to a question by Miller lhal he doesnt believe the Soviets arc Koiny to be cooperative in East West trade relations or other matters and that in the inter est of our self respect our world prestige we are going to have lo take a stand We have blown the trumpets of retreat cnlirely loo long and it is just aboul time that we stand up and be counted said tile Illinois senator We have been the object of so much in sult and slur on the part of the Soviet Union and these other countries and lhat of course includes Red China Russia China quarrel over U S embassy riot The ist Party organ published a venture They called for se the students exmlsinn rrnm h MOSCOW Wl The Soviet Union launched a press cam paign Saturday against Chinese students at Moscow universities after accusing them of plotting violence against Soviet militia men guarding the US Embas sy Pravda the official Commu nist party organ published a Soviet note to Peking protesting the students attack on the em hassy March 4 and also three letters from readers which called the aclion outrageous The lellers said the attack was not a demonstration against imperialism but a hooligan venture They called for vere punishment of the Chinese who look part The demonstration had been called lo protest US air raids against North Viet The note and the publicity in Pravda hinted that any repeti tion of such action might lead lo the students expulsion from the Soviet Union The Chinese meanwhile were reported considering calling their students home The Soviet note rejected charges of Soviet police brutali ty as absolutely groundless On the contrary the nole said Chineseled demonstrators be gan lo attack the Soviet militia using sticks iron rods and stones they had gathered in ad vance More lhan 30 members of the militia and Red army infantry men were injured four of them seriously the note said The note also rejected a Chinese protest that Russian officials refused hospital treat ment to Chinese students in jured in the riot The Soviets charged the Chi nese Embassy with organizing the demonstralion and then starting a row over medical treatment of allegedly injured students After 11 years St Peters bones found She thinks so ROME An Italian archeologist who believes she has identified St Peters bones said if took her 11 years to solve the riddle of an empty funeral monument beneath the apostles Vatican basilica Prof Margherita Guarducci Rome University specialist in ancient Well it wt to gain respect it is just aboul time that we quit conceding and stand up on everything that in volves something of a conces sion and say this is where we stop until we find but what kind of a reaction we are going to get from the other side Dirkscn said thai the United States made a very inglorious retreat when il did nol force a showdown on depriving the J viets of their vote in the Unit Nations because of their failure to pay peacekeeping assess ments Whats going lo happen to Ihe Unilcd Nations and what will its futurebe if in a crisis of this kind we should back off and show the while feather and say well we wont quite insist upon the application of the pen alty he asked scriptions told a news con ference Friday that she pu two and two together afte stumbling by chance 01 a longforgotten containei Excavations under St Peter Basilica between 1940 and 191 brought the discovery of a Sec ondCentury BC pagan ceme tery and a nearby marblecov ered monument erected in th Fourth Century AD The cemetery wai highlight ed by the remains of a smai funeral structure and an adjoin ing wall sludded with primitive inscriptions where I was able t decipher the Greek words Pe tros here is Peter said the professor The structure and the wal were part of a larger and partly demolished construclion she said on which three altars were i On the inside Society newt Church newi 4 Mason City newi 47 Editorials Sports newt n Clear Lake newi Comics North Iowa news Transit timetable Classified pages 1417 A bit oIreland in the Statehouse By WILLIAM L EBERLINE DES MOINES AP The Iowa Legislature should be buslin out all over wilh wearin o the green next Wednesday j That is SI Palricks Day and from Ihc number of legislators whose names spring from the Ould Sod green should be very much in evidence At least members and nine senators have names of dislinclly Irish about oneseventh of the lotal of 183 legislators It Is traditional that cal endars of bolh House and Senate are printed in green and decorated with shamrocks in honor of Irelands patron saint fn the more staid of the two green on the calendar has been about Ihe end of Ihe Hibernian highjinx in pasl sessions But in Ihe House il has been the custom lo lake a liUle more lime from lefiislalivc labors lo as ever recognize the great day for the Irish Rep John Duffy DDubuque as true a son of as drew breath likes to make St Patricks Day speech exloll ing the virtues of his ancestral homeland and its people He claims Irish ancestry for every eminent statesman writ er what have who could possibly have any Irish blood And in the 1963 ses sion he barely stopped short of claiming Julius Caesar and Shakespeare for the Land of the Shamrocks There may be added emphasis on the day of the good saint who it is said drove the snakes out of Ireland With a Mventh of the filled with legislators bearing North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy warmer with no sign of i p i t a H o n through Sunday Satur day night around M Still warmer Sunday On 2 such names as Dougherty Doyle Carnahan Gallagher Kelehcr Mahan Kennedy Mc Namara Coleman Kibble Cas sidy Riley McNally OMalley and the like how could it be otherwise There has even been some talk in the House of filling the water pitcher on Ihe speakers stand with creme dc mcnthe a green of wa consensus however ter The was that this threat to the dig IRELAND Cantimwd on Paga 1 built above ground over the cen turies The last of them buill by Pope Clement VIII in the 15th Century is the main bronzecanopied altar thai stands loday in Ihe basilica Iranscept 1 was punled by two facts Ihe archcologist said A hole in the earth right near the funeral structure which obviously was a tomb was empty as if its conlents had been taken away in a hurry Secondly the inscriplcd wall hid an inside chamber where I found small relics of human bones Then someone lold me that years ago diggers had emptied he inside chamber placed ev rything in a small wooden box and left it in a room of the Vali an grollo Prof Guarducci said lo ated the box in the summer of 963 and found it contained hu man bones and specimens of a goldombroided red fabric Prof Venerando Correnti anthropologist from Palermo Jniversity concluded that the ones found in the box were hose of a male about 60 to 70 rears old and of robust build data which the Valican press office said corresponds to what s known of St Peter The woman archeologist said Jorlions of earth found in the bx matched exactly with earth the hidden chamber and near the funeral struclure This led to only one conclu sion she added Fire rages in Ottumwa downtown OTTUMWA raced hrough th r e e old twoslory buildings in the heart of the lowntown business area of Ot umwa Saturday One building housing the S I Green Stamp store was de Iroyed and the other Iwo were xpecled to be tolal losses It as believed the fire started at he rear of the Green Stamp lore which had not opened for usiness Saturday when the Iaze broke out Flames spread from the rcen Stamp store lo Bakers Music Slore and Vics Pizza House The buildings arc locat d on the north side of East Main Street The second floor and roof aved in at the Green Slamp lore which was the middle one f Ihc Ihrec buildings Firemen hoped that fire walls n the west side of Bakers and he east side of Vics would pre ent the flames from spreading o other buildings in the block About as firemen from Ottum ra and 35 from neighboring ommunities were fighting the Uibborn blaze IOWL PLAY Trucker Russell Meyers 33 of Jackson Wis may have thought his goose was cooked when this duck came flying at him while he was driving on Interstate 71 near Cleveland Meyers said he ducked just in time and escaped with a couple Photofax of nicks from flying glass which landed in his hair ears and all over the truck seat He was delivering turniture to a warehouse in Ashland Ohio The duck apparently came from a farm in the area Red SAIGON South Viet Nam prisoner described as Ihc highest ranking North Viet namese yet captured in the war with the Communists was dis played Saturday by Brig Gen Nguyen Chanh Thi First Army Corps commander Identified as Nguyen Phan 38 an alleged Peking and Moscow trained political commissar the caplive was shown to newsmen during an impromptu roadside news conference near Da Nang AFB b The blackclad captive was re leased from his manacles dur ing the news conference He answered questions freely though in a garbled fashion through Frencp and English translalions The prisoner said he joined the Communist Viet Minh in the north in 1953 during the war against the French He said he was sent to Peking for a years indoctrination and training in 1959 and later got a sixmonth lour of the Soviet Union He claimed he infiltrated into South Viet Nam Feb 2 as part of a group of 300 political com missars sent to oversee Viet Cong cadres Phan said he held the rank ot sub major and political commis sar Gen Thi said the prisoner was captured Friday with many documents near Hue about 40 miles from the North Vietnam border Thi said he would be taken to Saigon for further ques tioning by government agents Viet Cong forces unleashed Saturday a heavy mortar bar rage on military installations at Due Hoaabout 12 miles west of Saigon killing 5 persons and wounding 33 The wounded in cluded seven civilians Air support was called in and two US Army helicopters ar tillery and flare drops were utilized until the Communists withdrew It was the second mortar at tack on Due Hoa in recent weeks In Saigon signs of a slepup in American military activity in Viet Nam mounted with reports lhat the United States is con sidering bringing in additional troops v xrjAIIS HOLD USPILOT The North Berkeley decision is near Regents meet on resignations BERKELEY Calif AP Facing unprecedented politica and faculty pressures the Un versity of California regent were to meet Saturday to decid whether to accept the resign a tions of university Presiden Clark Kerr and acting Berkele Chancellor Martin Meyerson Both Gov Edmund G Brown and the Berkeley academic sen ate favor keeping Kerr an Meyerson The regents mus decide if they will ask Kerr an Meyerson to stay The regents vote will high light six months of turmoil o the campus It erupted last fa with a series of demonstration for more student freedom in on campuspolitical advocacy fo offcampus as civ il rights The studentfaculty demand conflicted with administrate discipline leading to a massiv sitin demonstration Dec 23 L which more than 700 demonstra tors were arrested in the admin istration building campus was relative riacid until last week Then handful of demonstrators no all students flaunted placard earing obscene words This and the reaction of some re lents broke Kerrs patience Hi and Meyerson 42 announcei Jlans to resign effective a he regents regularly March 25 meeting The academic senate Frida rated 89123 to ask Kerr and Meyerson to withdraw their res gnations This was the firs ime in history the faculty bodj ad shown a preference foi resident and chancellor Sympathy for widow of Rev Reeb BOSTON women nelt and prayed outside the omc of Mrs James J Reeb They were expressing their sor ow and the sorrow of millions f others over the death of her usband Mrs Reeb and her fatherin aw Harry D Reeb had re urned from Birmingham Ala n a fourengine C140 jet pro ided by President Johnson was then faced with tfie ainful task of informing her hree youngest children Karen Anne 8 and Steven 4 that heir father was dead Her older on John 13 already knew Reeb a Unitarian minister was attacked and beaten Tues ay night by a group of whiles uring racial demonstrations in elma Ala Reeb also white ied Thursday in a Birmingham ospital Mrs Rccb is not a bitter woman said John Sullivan xecutive director of the New England region of the American fiends Service Committee He Iso returned from Alabama with Reebs widow and athcr Marie Reeb had not wanted icr husband to go to Selma But Sullivan said she knew lhat Jim felt any cause worth To meet with Johnson Will discuss racial unrest By WALTER WEARS WASHINGTON AP Gov jeorge C Wallace of Alabama flew to Washington Saturday to discuss his states racial problems with President John son Wallace who requested a White House appointment Friday night and was told by Johnson come at his convenience to flew am into Washington at An aide said he had a noon appointment with Johnson The governor arrived in a stateowned twoengine plans which has the Confederate Flag painted on its fuselage He was met by his executive assistant Hunter Phillips who had arrived earlier to make ar rangements for the governors visit Phillips said Wallace would stop at a hotel briefly to freshen up before going on lo the White House The governor brushed aside newsmen trying to question him stepped directly from the plane into a waiting limousine and sped off Wallace suggested the meet ing Friday night and Johnson replied that he is available at any time to thegovernor on any matter of mutual interest and concern As civil spilled from the streets of Sel ma Ala onto Pennsylvania Ave at the presidential door step Johnson said in a telegram governor to the segregationist Friday night I will be available in my of fice at any time that is conven ient to you Asking for an appointment Wallace had wired the Presi dent that his state urgently needs to see an end to racial demonstrations there He said they are a threat to lawful soci ety Meanwhile officials in Wash ington declined comment on published reports that since Tuesday on Johnsons order 700 federal troops have been on alert for possible duty in Selma Ala The JohnsonWallace confer ence recalled the September 1957 confrontation between President Dwigbt D Eisenhower and Arkansas Gov Orval E Faubus in the midst of another civil rights crisis They talked for two hours in Newport RI about a federal court order to integrate Central High School in Little Rock Ei enhower eventually sent feder troops to enforce the order After two days of stormy civil ights demonslrations in Wash ngton Johnson was expected at news conference Saturday flernoon to sketch the broad utline of the voting rights legis ation he wiJl recommend to ongress and to discuss meeting with Wallace Voting rights workers ought lo march the 50 miles Selma to the state capitol n Montgomery to dramatiza icir situation and protest to Vallace A federal court order has alted the demonstration tern orarily while a hearing is held opened Thursday and re umed Saturday was worlh risking hling for is life for The youngesl three had lought Iheir father only severe y hurt until the tragic news waj rought to them by their moth r She embraced them and told hem Sullivan said They ere weeping when I left SAME DATilfUlM   

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