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   Rhinelander Daily News and The News North, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1960, Rhinelander, Wisconsin                                The and THE NEW NORTH FORTYTHIRD 80 FRIDAY MAY I960 10 PAGES TCHJAY PRICE SKVEN CENTS f Lodge Charges Russ Created Crisis Tells UN Council Gromyko Distorts Address by Ike Army Units Deployed In Algerian Elections ALGIERS units deployed at dawn army today UNITED AP Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge charged today the Soviet Union deliberately manufactured the current crisis over spy plane flights because of internal politi cal The delegate told the Security Council that Soviet for eign Minister Andrei Gromyko had distorted President Eisen howers address to the nation Wednesday night in order to keep the crisis Lodge spoke as the 11nation council neared a a pos sible Soviet a small na tion resolution calling for renewed EastWest negotiations with the aid of the United Denies Espionage vigorously denied Eisen hower had said the United States was prepared to continue a policy of espionage and Gro myko declared Thursday that the had placed mankind on the brink of war by confirming such a That is what the Soviet foreign minister said about Dwight Ei senhower whose love of peace is a household word throughout the Lodge Any honest reading of the Presidents speech shows that he said no such One thing the United States has never engaged in is Lodge asked why Gromyko con tinues to talk as though he re grets Eisenhowers declaration halting U2 flights over Soviet ter For some reason emanating from Soviet internal he he wants to have a pretext for a new Must Have He said Communist agitators must have a grievance as a ral lying Lodge did not go into detail on the Soviet internal But Secretary of State Christian Herter said in Washington there were numerous indications Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was under pressure from both col leagues in the Kremlin and the Chinese Communists on matters of foreign Gromyko took the floor later to press for a series of Soviet amendments to the small nation He sought to revise the proposal to include an indictment of unauthorized flights by planes of one country over the territory of Oppose Soviet The Western powers opposed the Soviet Gromyko again took off on policy and once more criticized Eisenhower Hesaid Khrushchev had spoken many good words in favor of Ei but added How can we how can we qualify the position of the So viet when the head of the government himself proclaims an unprecedented and unheardof policy of gross and flagrant violation of the sover eignty of the Soviet Union Gromyko accused the United States of following a policy of perfidy and Such a partner in negotia he reliable could not be a Defense Minister Leoves for Conodo LONDON AP British De fense Minister Harold Watkinson left today by air for Montreal for o 12day visit to Canada and the United Weather Forecast Clearing skies begin ning over the southwest today spreading into the central portions tonight and over all of the state Not much change in temperature except a little warm er southwest half of state Satur High today in the 60s and low tonight mostly in the mi4 and per Bbinelaoder W e a U e r Thurs days temperature range was from a low of 50 to a high of 74 with the 5 reading being 55 overnight the low was and at 7 today it was There was no precipitation but of an inch of rain feU during the Ore Tem perature from a low of 52 to a high of 80 degrees precipita of around 340 communities casting ballots irt local elections consider ed a test of support for President Charles de Gaulles Algerian poll School Aid Bill May Hit Snag On Segregation WASHINGTON AP Inclu sion of an antisegregatlon amend ment raised questions today about Senate acceptance of the first gen eral school construction bill ever passed by the A wrangling session end ed in a 206189 House vote Thurs day to authorize in fed eral grants over a fouryear pe riod to help with construction of public school Sponsors had hoped for quick approval by the which al ready had passed a more com prehensive But before the House voted 218181 to deny the funds to any school judged to be in de fiance of court integration That amendment was sponsored by Adam Clayton Powell DNY Southern Senators were expect ed to object strongly to that pro And efforts to work oat a SenateHouse compromise would have to be cleared through the House Rules which had held up the bill for The bill would authorize 325 mil lion dollars a year to the states for each of four with the states required to match all fed eral funds For the first local school funds as well as state money could be used for matching Rejected were amendments to permit funds to be used for teach ers salaries and to authorize con struction loans to private and parochial Both proposals were ruled out of order on par liamentary points and did not come to a As finally approved the money would be allocated to the states on the basis of their schoolage population and could be used only for school Frank Thompson author of the said it should provide for more than Nuclear Test Ban Talks Resume GENEVA AP Threepower nuclear test ban talk resumed to just as if the Paris summit conference had never They had been in recess since May Ambassador James Wadsworth said he found Soviet Delegate Semyon Tsarapkin just as usual and the atmos phere of the meeting business like and Tsarapkin told Wadsworth and Britains Sir Michael the Soviet Union was ready to co operate in the Western research program to improve detection of underground nuclear but that there would be no nuclear explosions on Soviet territory as part of the Proposals Changing School District Law Head lor Study MADISON AP Proposals to change the law requiring aM areas in the state to be in operating high school districts by mid1962 are headed for an interim study The Wisconsin Senate voted to day to send the measures to the Legislative councils urban prob lems committee tor The As sembly is expected to concur in the Officials representing 18 cities urged the Legislature to change the law to prevent rural areas from attaching to cities for high school purposes The decision to study possible changes is in line with recommendations from George superintendent of public and several educational Clear for In another action clearing the way for final adjournment of the drawn out Legislative the Senate took final action on three proposed constlituitional They would permit tax ation of personal property at a rate less than that applying to real Approval a second time early next year would put the proposals on next Aprils referendum The session that had its begin ning on is expected to close later It has gained the reputation as the Jongest and stormiest on The Democraticcontrolled as its calendar cleared of all prime faced only a final decision on twoimportant legisla tive proposals a revamped con servation budget approved by the Republicandominated and a Senate resolution declaring the state budget Included in the revised conser vation budget was a annual sticker fee for all cars entering state A similar proposal was killed by the Assembly ear lier in the The proposal also would keep conservation commission op erating under the 30 million dol lar biennium budget approved by the Legislature last ReubenLaFave ROconto emerged Thursday as the author of the revised measure following an afternoon of debate on the sub LaFaves bill was an emend ment to one offered by Carl Thompson D Stoughton that would have substituted a more re strictive program budget for the fiscal July Conservation Department eocpedts to gain an aditional a year from the park sticker for the operation and maintenance of Passage of the park sticker came in a straight party line vote that reflected the Democratic minoritys disapproval of the old budgetary An additional amendment was pinned to the final bill by Robert Dean It would exempt the months of Oc tober March from the Bride Stronglers Ask Execution Stoy Moya and Augustine convicted of strangling a pretty bride at her jealous motherin laws have asked a stay of their June 17 execution Elizabeth convicted of murder with them and also sched uled to die on that did not join in the opposed by the The two men are appealing to the Supreme A jury convicted of hiring the two both in their to kill Olga wife of her only in Armed Forces Take Over Turkey Menderes Strongman Rule Ends Rebels Promise Free Elections Soviets Cancelled Article on Ike Before U2 Bared WASHINGTON of State Christian Herler has disclosed that the Soviets can celled on May 6 a Welcometo Russia about President Eisenhower in their English lan guage magazine1 distributed This was before the admis sion on May 7 that the U2 plane downed in the Soviet Union had been on an espionage in stead of a harmless weather it was five days after the plane was downed and one day after the first Russian report on its Herter made the disclosure Thursday during a closed door appearance before the House For eign Affairs Chairman Thomas Morgan DPa pre pared a summary of the which Renter okayed before H was Filled Out State Department sources later filled out the They said the magazine article withdrawal showed that the decision to can cel Eisenhowers June visit to the Union was made on or be fore May Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev did not publicly with draw the invitation until the sum mit meeting was to begin on May this line Morgans statement said indicates that the Soviet about the Presidents visit had changed officially before the U2 incident had The article was scheduled for the June issue of the pic ture magazine produced by the Soviets for American The United States distributes a Russian language magazine called America in the Soviet The Soviet magazine is printed in this Presses Were The presses were stopped May 6 and the Eisenhower warmly welcoming the President and picturing places he was to was pulled out and replaced by two other Also killed was a cover picture of two girls in native costume with President in the upper right hand The Soviets substituted a cover of addressing the Su preme Another deletion was a picture of Eisenhower in the Tretyakov Art taken when he visit ed the Soviet Union at the end of World War An article on the art gallery was Crewmen Checked For Tuberculosis crewmen of the destroyer Hawk ins have been admitted to hos pitals for observation after four cases of tuberculosis were report ed aboard the The Navy said Thursday night 12 of the 15 were hospitalized on the basis of positive reaction to tuberculin skin But Navy officials added they believe most of the men will prove free of the disease and return to duty Herter Warns Congress Must Be Ready for Russian Aggressive Pressure WASHINGTON APSecretary of State Christian Herter warned Congress today that in the aftermath of the summit con ference collapse the United States must be prepared to withstand aggressive pressures from Rus sia In Berlin and Opening a fulldress Senate hearing into summit failure and tfte related spy flight row with Herter said the most important lesson of the Paris ex plosion two weeks ago is fresh realization of the dangers we face and the need for the Allies to close At the same time he advocated a calm and resolute posture to ward the Soviet He urged that the nation avoid fruitless 944 damaging recriminations over what has Avoid The toaujry is beiag conducted by the Senate Foreign Relations A pledge that tee senators will to bitter debate was given by committee Chairman William While few in the free world doubt that Soviet Premter Nikita Khrushchev bears the chief blame for destruction of the summit Fulbrigbt told there are many who believe that our conduct has not been without The hearing was conductso be hind closed bttt with an arrangement whereby censored transcripts were to be delivered to newsmen as quickly as The initial documents reporters received were Fujbrights opening statement and a prepared state ment by The fujbrigbt told Her would focus on these four the events and decisions resultgui from the U incident the effects of these events and decisions upon the summit toe pofejf of our govern the summit toe policy of tfre United States in future and possible improvement in the exe cution Herter said that initial state ments by the government were designed to keep the intelli gence mission secret and to pro tect the He said that up to May 7 statements followed the general line of the cover story and thereafter were adjusted to the situation as it He said since the U2 sys tem had been it was discontinued as any other in telligence mission would be in such a Elaborate precautions were taken against any eavesdropping on the A security guard with an elec tronic device that looked Uke an oversized black table tennis pad dle checked the big hearing room foot by foot to make sure no mi crophone or other hidden device bad been device was cord to worn by James pilot of the C47 forced down in East Germany answers questions at press conference in Wels Barbara of Lundy flew eight other passengers and four other crewmen back to Wesibaden after release by East Lundy said false wind information from Copenhagen caused him to stray accidentally over the Iron The Air Force grounded Lundy pending an In Ambassadors Should Always Look Gift Eagle in Beak UNITED AP to ambassadors Al ways look a gift eagle in the Otherwise the great bird turn out to be a like the eagle on a copy of the great seal of the United States which bassador Henry Cabot Lodge dis played to the Security Coun cil Thursday a concrete ex ample of Soviet speaking in the council debate on Soviet charges against American spy said the wooden plaque was given the ambassador in Moscow by a group of he the plaque was found to be Pick Up Here is the clandestine listen ing device with the right under the eagles said taking the plaque apart and explaining that persons out side with a receiver could pick up conversations the eagle over Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko asked derisively what play the prop came Its not out of a Lodge Its out of the Soviet Un Lodge did not say to which am bassador the plaque was given cr when it was But Averell Harriman told newsmen the plaque had been given to him in 1945 when he was ambassador to Moscow and he understood the listening device was discovered in when George Kennan held the Hung Over I hung it up over the fireplace in my said It was not bugged when I had Harriman added that the listen ing apparatus could have been in stalled in the seal sometime after his when the room was being for Lodge showed the plaque to the council to counter Gromykos con tention that allegations of such Soviet espionage were fanci The delegate said more than 100 such listening devices had been found in embassies in Communist including 85 in Polish Delegate Jerzy Michalow sky said he wouldnt try to an swer Lodge but that he could give some interesting informa tion concerning the in some of our buildings in his Beaton By Dies IRON AP Victoria died today as the result of a bru tal beating she suffered in a rob bery at her combination motel and service stationin Iron The woman was found lying in a pool of blood Thursday by two of her motel Police said bad been beatea savagely on the head with a blunt possibly a tire She separate skull fractures and never regained be fore she dkxi Police said a casb register was open and They said they were mea fer tiooing da ffapy to identify the som Intelligence Official Beaten Negro Sought WASHINGTON AP A Cen tral Intelligence Agency official was stabbed and beaten early to day by a man he said toe met Thursday night at a cocktail Police Nunzio Bo naccorsy of robbery detail said a 22yearold Negro is being sought for The James Pem was reported in criti cal condition at a hospital with stab wounds in the and head Police said he is an ad ministrative assistant in the intel ligcnce and espionage organiza Police Robert Shuttle worth said he found Pembroke unconscious at about on a northeast Washington A trail of blood indicated he had staggered and crawled a block from the scene of the Police said Pembroke recov ered consciousness at the hospital and gave an account of his move As quoted by Pembroke said he met the as he left a cocktail lounge about They visited another then drove in Pembrokes car to see a friend of the second Pem broke said the chance acquaintance attacked him when he refused to enter the apartment house where the friend was said to Pembrokes wallet was found near the attack A police dog also found nearby a hunting knife presumed to have been used in the Catholic Population Shows Increase NEW YORK Roman Catholic of the United Alaska and Ha stands at the 1960 Catholic Directory reported The new figure shows a rise of from last year and per cent above the 1950 popula tion of Otficials Confident Turkey Will Remain Foe of Communism WASHINGTON AP United States officiate were confident to day that Turkey would hold firmly to Its anchor position as an anti Communist ally despite the over throw of the government of Pre mier Adnan The strategically located nation is a member of both the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the Central f Middle Eastern Treaty Its geo graphical position gives it a vital importance in the alliance Turkey controls the straits tween the Sovietdominated Black Sea and the Westerncontrolled It guards the southeastern flank of nonCommu nist Europe and the western flank of nonCommunist It controls the approaches from the Soviet Union into the continent of Africa and the Arab world of the Mklle Officiate reported that IHtle was known here about the mili tary group which seized power firom But declarations from this group that It would stand loyally by Turkeys com mitments to CENTO and the United Nations were accepted at the State Department at face Turkey has a very long record of opposing expansionist pres sures from the Soviet Union prior to the establishment of the Soviet system at Reports reaching the State De partment from Turkey said no American citizens had been harmed in the uprising and no American property had been dam On the the over throw of the Menderes adminis tration was regarded here as a surprisingly quiet Finch Trial Delayed Until June 20 LOS ANGELES re trial of redhaired Carole and her Bernard charged with has been delayed until June The pair arc accused of killing the doctors last In their first trial the jury The delay of their second trial stems from Miss Trcgoffs appeal to the State Supreme Court for the right to challenge Judge Leroy Dawson as the retrial Her counsel contended he is preju Long Lines Form in Chile For Typhoid Milk PUERTO Chile A long line of children and some men inches along the sidewalk of this earthquakeshat tered port in southern They have been waiting for hours and some will wait hours longer to get typhoid shots and powdered Irtside the frame building through the day and into the night the stunned Chileans bare their for the then take the milk powder from Red Cross Weve vaccinated more than and we have thousands more to said pretty but weary Ter esa leaning against a door jamb for a few minutes of The only hospital in town was The sick and injured are in churches and any place else where there is a roof aver their heads or a cot on the Scattered at these aid stations throughout city are more than 300 tie line outside stands a young with a baby in her amis I have been In line three hours she said The baby is getting heavier every minute but she has not had any fresh milk for three J have been feeding her a little warm some mashed potatoes and any thing she will She is eight months old but she doesnt seem to Baby The baby looked up at her ex hausted mother and The young wortnan straightened the childs knit sweater and moved along in Luis Edensperger stood on the sidewalk in front of his apart ment house and looked across tha street at the ruins of the state It will take us 50 years to re build Puerto he then added but at least it will be The banks funds were Theres 30 million escudos million in that sale over said Bloodless Coup Is Sparked by Public Discontent Turkey AP Turkeys armed forces today took over control oi the nation in a bloodless coup detat sparked by mounting public dissatisfaction with the strongman rule of Bre nrter Ad nan The military rebels promised to hold free then hand over the government to win The army move followed a month of unrest which began with student demonstrations against Menderes and his governments oppressive measures against the Premiers chief political opposi the Republican Peoples par ty of former President Isnret In Menderes Reported Reports reaching London said Menderes was captured on the Kutahya Kutahyav is near where Menderes ad dressed a meeting Ankara monitored in Bel reported Menderes had been caught and taken to The broadcast announcement was signed by Cemal General of the on behalf of the National Unity Gursels Identity was not clear reports identified him as a On May Cemal Gursel resigned as chief of Turkish army ground forces during a period oi enforced leave for an undisclosed At that time he issued a state ment warning his troops to stay out of politics and protect your selves from this nefarious atmos The rebels were quick to assure the West that Menderes over throw meant no change In Tur keys staunch alliance with the West against Soviet An Ankara broadcast said Tur Middle Eastern anchor of Western defense would remain loyal to its membership in the North Atlantic and Central Treaty CENTO In broadcasts over Ankara ra Turkeys new miMtary rulers called on all persons to stay at home and to obey the instructions of the Avoid The military group said it had acted because of the crisis through which democracy In Tur key is passing and to avoid na tional It said would stay in power until free and honest elections could be then would band over the nations administration to the winners of the A State Department spokesman in Washington said the depart ment had been informed that all branches of the Turkish military participated in the The British Foreign OKkre said its reports from Turkey indicated that country was Telephone communications with Istanbul were Communications Cut All commercial communications with the outside world appeared to have been cut off summarily this Despite the word from Turkey that the coup was one report to the British foreign of fice said the takeover was pre ceded by shooting in the streets of Ankara before Officers Informants said there had been several clear signs of ihe impend ing One of the most important was that an entire group of senior army commanding key units in European had been dismissed by the Menderes government on suspicions of dis loyalty to the The offi cers ranged from brigadiers to Their ac cording to were younger Another sign was the demon stration by army support ed by a number of in the streets of Ankara last Satur Pacific Storm Hiti Island of Luzon MANILA AP Pacific storm Lucille swept past Manila lashing the Philippines main is In the city ol between 30 laud ol Luzon with 35mile winds and 40 people were 70 or j and strong Some of Maa more are stili missing and 3001 ilas downtown streets were I are   

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