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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Mason City, Iowa Redsask in At Peking May Day TOKYO AP Communist China called on foreign dele Rales in Peking for May Day celebrations lo support the Red guerrillas in South Viet Nam continue the struggle against imperialism us drink a toast to the victory of the Vietnamese peo ples patriotic struggle against US aggression to the victory of the struggle of the Asian Af rican and LatinAmerican coun tries against imperialism Communist Chinese Premier Chou Enlai told a reception in Poking His remarks were reported by the New China News Agency All peaceloving people throughout the world should unite to smash the crimi nal plan of US imperialism to nscalate the war in Indochina Chou said He said that the US peace talks scheme was aimed at forcing the Vietnamese people to yield to capitulation Liii Ningyi president of the AllChina Federation of Trade Unions called for the launching nf an unpreccdcntly powerful mass movement on a world wide scale to compel the Unit ed States to get out of Viet Nam ami all other places they have occupied Liu also said the Chinese peo plo were determined to liber ale their territory of Taiwan The New China News Agency said delegations from 70 coun tries were in Peking for the cel ebrations They included For eign Minister Kojo Botsio of Ghana Spiro Koleka first vice premier of Albania and Hoang Van Hoanvicechairman of the National Assembly of North Viet Nam The Soviet Union was represented by a trade un ion delegation May Day is celebrated around the world as a festival marking solidarity among the laboring people North Viet Nam adopted a resolution Friday night calling on the South Vietnamese people to defeat US troops and liber ate South Viet Nam with a view to achieving Viet Nams reunifi cation Radio Hanoi reported The resolution was adopted a mass rally attended by Presi dent Ho Chi Minh and other Norlh Vietnamese leaders the broadcast said Among those present was Giancarlo Pajctla a member of lhe Italian Com rmmist parlys secretariat who led an eightman delegation lo the festivities More than 65 million people attended May Day celebration in 750 Japanese communities Tokyo newspapers reported One of the biggest rallies wa held in Tokyos 1961 Olympii Village where speakers de mnmccd the United States ant demanded US withdrawa from Asia Tomomi Narita secretary general of the Socialist party said the United States mus withdraw from Viet Nam and Okinawa and get out of Japan Kaoru Ota chairman of leftwing Council of Labor said The United Stales is an ag gressor and unless it gets out o Viet Nam and Asia there can b no peace ant stability Police estimated 235000 per sons attended the Tokyo rally Olhcr cslimates put the ntimbc at a naif million Chinese Nationalist Premie CK Yen said in Taipei Formo sa that laborers under the Na tionaiist regime were free men while those in Communist Chin were slaves who had to worl halfstarved Blaze at Slater kills Britt man Britt man Dal AT Perkins 31 was killed i a trailer house fire here earl Saturday morning Perkins body was discovcrC by Slater firemen about 3 am when hey were called to figh a blaze in a trailer court here The cause of the fire has no been determined Perkins had been living in th trailer house with three othc men while they worked on construction job at Slater Non of the other occupants of In trailer were there when the fir started authorities said Perkins was born July 2 1033 the son of Mr and Mrs Harold Perkins Britt Olhcr survivors include his wife and five children two brothers Calvin Britt and Roger in the armed forces in Germany and two sisters Mrs Donald Dorothy Redden Min neapolis and Caroline Ostcrcamp Britt are pending at the Boughlon Funeral Home BriU The newspaper thai makes all North I o wans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 1 IMS 10c a Paptr Consists of Two Associated Prcu full No 71 Security Council called Cecil D Jensen charged with robbery Cecil Dcvelo Jensen 53 was in Mason City jail Saturday charged with larceny of a molor vehicle and hank robbery He is accused of lhe holdup of the American State Bank at Rock Falls Friday Jensen was arraigned before Police Judge Harold R Winston and hound over to District Court on bond on each charge He was held Friday night in the city jail after failure to pro vide bond His capture was made by Mason City Police Chief Stan McClintock and Wes Greenan traffic sergeant within an hour and a half after the robbery They arrested Jensen in the 1000 block of E State at about pm Jensen was taken to the Mason City Police headquar ters where he was questioned He was unarmed at the time of his capture Police also took anothersus pect into custody for questioning but he was later released Jen sen was riding in the other mans car when arrested The charges against Jensen were filed only after intensive questioning He made no state ment of guilt and told police I dont remember His at torney is Warren L DeVrics Mason City The aulo used in the robbery a cutdown rifle and taken from the bank were recovered in a garage near a home in the 200 block of S Ohio where Jen sen formerly lived The car had been reported stolen earlier Friday from Buds Used Car lot 13 llth NE in Ma son City Jensen currently unemployed lived at 1014 N Delaware with his wife Jeanette They have a son attending medical school Police said that Jensen had once been in the flooring busi ness in Mason City Prior to that he had been employed at Deckers His only previous po lice record was on an intoxica tion chaige Mrs Frieda Relhamel Grcg erson 60 bank manager at Rock Falls said the holdup man charged into the bank and demanded money from the cash drawer He then told her Im going to blow your head off if you ROBBERY Turn to 2 CECIL D JENSEN RAT ON A baby white rat called Elmer Fudd whiskers bristling looks pretty selfsatisfied up there on the brown locks of freckled 9yearold Jan is Schumacher Janis visited the psychology de partment laboratory at the University of Colorado Boulder where Elmer is one of several rats used in an experiment dealing with the relationship of ap petite to intake of needed vitamins and minerals Capture arms of Viet Cong SAIGON South Viet Nam AP A big cache of captured Viet Cong arms included preci sion lightweight flame throw ers presumably furnished by Communist China the Vietnam ese army announced Saturday Also discovered were East erman heavy machine guns described as especially suited for use as Antiaircraft weapons The arms cache was found Friday during a threeday oper ation in coastal mangrove swamps about 60 miles south of he capital The government said 152 Viet helicopters as they tried U swim across a small rivur Civilians in the area wer warned of the air strikes b leaflets and loudspeakers am some 4000 were said to hav poured into governmentcon trolled areas Flying squads of comba police headed off trouble be tween two dissident labor union in Saigon Saturday There were no injuries or arrests About 1000 members of th Vietnamese Christian Confcder ation of Labor the most power ong were killed during the acful union in the country gath ion including 52at the site of crctl in a downtown park to hea he weapons cache Another 35 Viet Cong were captured antl 42 ommunist suspects up the government said South Vietnamese casualties were given as three killed and eleven wounded Most of the Communist dead apparently resulted from air strikes by helicoplcrs and fight erbombers About iO guerrillas were machine gunned by US EXPLORER DIES LONDON AP Dr James Marr 62 polar explorer and in ternationally known biologist died Thursday Marr worked as marine biologist at the National Institute of Oceanography SAME DciUb la X4 Hoiirtl May Day speeches A dissidcn jroup gathered several block away and police took up pos tions between the two groups The rallies broke up after sev oral hours Police were armed with sho guns and submachine guns an reinforced by fire trucks wit pressure hoses Authoritic eared Viet Cong terrorist might carry out bombings o stir up a riot to celebrate Ma Day The South Vietnamese gey eminent protested F r i d a against a Soviet description o the Viet Congs National Libera lion Front as the sole lega representative of the South Vic namese people The protest was made in message to the threenation In ternational Control Commissio on Indochina Norlh Viet Nam denied tha its planes were flying night air drop missions over Communis held lerrilory in Laos The Laotian government ha claimed planes belonging cithe to North yict Nam or Com mi nisi China have been rtroppin supplies to the proCommuni Pathet Lao forces Negro homes bombed Details are still lacking INDIANOLA Miss AP A ivil rights worker said fire ombs bottles filled with gaso ne were burled into three Ne ro homes and a freedom ouse in this Mississippi Delta own early Saturday They were on fire Thats bout all I can tell you Jndi nola night police officer Jim Ireen said In Jackson the FBI said it ad received a report of the ires fromthe Mi5sissippLHigh vay and agents were en route to Indianola to invcs igate Fred Winn of Sausalito Calif Student Nonviolent Coordinat ng Committee worker said two ionics were destroyed by fire Winn said he had fallen asleep n the living room of Irene fagruders home when one o he fire bombs was hurled into he bedroom where he normally leeps Mrs Magruder was the firsl Vegro to open her doors to civi ights workers here saici Vinn Her home and the Dud ey Wilder home nearby burned o the ground STOCKBROKER DIES LONDON AP Lord Moyni an 58 former Liberal party hairman and a stockbroker ied Friday after collapsing al is home Moynihan iberal party in 1963 left the Inside The Globe RUNNING FOR HIS LIFE scurries along coping of fourstory apartment buildingon safety of a snorkel basket Into which one c Chicago s south side as smoke and flames from colrades is being helped One tenant died i lapsing root boil up behind him He is racing for the Friday Phototax of his coru in the fire May Day brings scuffle in Berlin BERLIN AP West Berlin police broke up a May Day scuffle between labor union men and about 50 Communist dem onstrators Saturday before the Reichstag the old German parliament building The Reds carried posters reading Peace in Viet Nam No Bombs on Viet Nam hut they were hardly noticed until a union speaker addressing the international labor day rally said the crowd should not be disturbed by Newman Surveyor Church news Mason City news Latest markets 9 Sports 1112 Editorials 14 Society news 15 incurable Com f subdued Clear Lake news Classified page 18 Riot in Singapore SINGAPORE AP Riot po lice used tear gas Saturday in 19 smothering leftist May Day at North Iowa news 201tempts to touch off antigovcrn ment and antiAmerican turbu lence in the big Malaysian is land city A state of danger was declared but by nightfall a police spokesman reported all quiet He said 271 persons were ar rested following 21 attempts by several thousand leftwing trade unionists to meet in a public park in defiance of a govern ment ban on openair May Day rallies One mob of 400 persons marched on the American consu lategeneral in the heart of the city but was intercepted by po lice and federal reserve troops and broken up by tear gas Fight in Athens ATHENS Greece eral hundred workers clashed with police Saturday after tradi Pliolofax leopard cub sits with its AUDIENCE ALL EARS A threemonthold back to a wall as three rabbits move in close for an inspection at the ComopaVk at St Paul Minn The leopard used to share a pen with ft bear cub but the bear died Now the leopard is in with the rabbits for company ional May Day demonstrations n the Greek capital A police spokesman said several were including police of njured leers Parade in Moscow MOSCOW AP A float howing Soviet support for Com munist forces in Viet Nam was n the front of a civilian parade hrough snowy Red Square Sat urday as the Soviet Union ccle rated its traditional May Day loliday The usual display of military equipment was missing It was postponed this year until May ft vhen massive celebrations will mark the 20th anniversary of he end of World War II The usual bellicose speech of Defense Minister Rodion Mali lovsky also was omitted Soviet eaders headed by Communist party Secretary Leonid I Bre zhnev and Premier Alexei N Cosygin reviewed the parade rom atop Lenins tomb but did not make speeches Montreal consulate bombed Waitress receives big tip WARWICK R I W waitress remem bered by a customer as kind and cour teous has received the biggest tip of her career Mrs Joseph A Whi taker was left S15 000 in the will of Earl C Mackay and a third of the remainder of the estate after specific requests of 000 arc paid Want to discuss Dominica Demand by Soviet Union MOSCOW The So viet Union accused Lhe United States Saturday of armed aggression in the Dominican Republic and de m a n d e d an emergency meeting of the United Na tions Security Council It is completely obvious that the landing of U S Marines in the Dominican Republic is nothingbut an act of direct aggression against the people of this small country said the Soviet news agency Tass Tass said Marine landing is yet another attempt to keep in power a reactionary an anti popular dictatorship regime which suits the USA and to suppress the strivings of the people for freedom and inde pendence The US intervention is jeing carried out Tass added as the colonialists have always done in the past under trie lackneycd pretext of defending the safely of US citizens The Tass dispatch said the attempts of the government of he United States to assume the role of the ruler of the destinies of peoples to dictate its will upon them to crush national liberation movements evoke just worldwide indignation and protests Tass said the Soviet Union has instructed its representa tive at the United Nations to demand an urgent meeting of the Security Council to examine the question of the USA3 armed intervention Heavy firing continued in San to Domingo Saturday despite an agreed ceasefire in the Domin an Republics weekold civil war Rebel leaders fighting for the return to power exiled former President Juan D Bosch admit ted they did not have complete control of their men who in elude armed civilians and dissi dent young military officers Much of the firing was in tha vicinity of the US Embassy where one US Marine was killed Friday US D e f e n s e Department spokesmen in Washington said 14 Marines and 4 paratroopers have been wounded in clashes with the rehels They were tha first casualties among the US forces landed to protect Ameri can civilians MONTREAL AP A dy namite bomb exploded at theow Helen US consulate early Saturday Bandleader Spike Jones dies at 53 LOS ANGELES AP Band leader Spike Jones 53 the zan musician who entertained mil lions with his offbeat arrange mcnts died in his sleep earl Saturday at his BelAir home Tones had been released fron nearby Santa Monira Hospita three weeks ago following treat ment for an asthma attack and subsequent respiratory compli cations Pete James his agent sak the bandleader had apparently recovered from his lengthy sick ness until he suffered a slight relapse Friday afternoon His personal physician was called and remained wilh him unlil heSlprs mcding was called died James said Fighting went on through night in lhe eerie light of para chute flares US Ambassador W Tapley Bennett announced the cease fire went into effect at pm Friday but indicated to news men that foreign elements might have taken over the re bellious movement President Johnson said m a statement in Washington Friday night there were significant signs that people trained outside the Dominican Republic ara seeking to gain control of the rebels Bennett said the rebels and the opposing military junta had agreed to submit the dispute to arbitration by an Organization of American States commission A special OAS foreign minis in smashing 78 doors windows and six The floor through an elevated passageway between two parts of the consulate building was oadly damaged by the blast The bomb was placed under lhe passageway No one was in the building We have no clue at all as to why the bomb was planlcd said US ConsulGencral Rich ard Hawkins This is very un usual for Canada There have been antiAmeri can demonstrations protesting US military action in Viet Nam and lhe treatment of Ne groes in Sclma Ala hut these were conducted by advocates ol nonviolence Also at home were Jones wid Grayco a former singer with his City Slickers band and their three children Born Lindley Armstrong loncs at Long Beach Calif in 1911 Jones started his musical career as a drummer in swing bands of the early 1940s He said he got the idea for his noisy style of music when he attended a classical concert and icard the conductors shoes squeak I kept thinking how funny it would be to substitute an outra geous note sound he said for a musical SOCIAL SECURITY About 20 million Americans receive federal social security payments Washington and an OAS peace cam planned to fly here Satin lay night President Johnson had urged the OAS to take re sponsibility for restoring peace and reestablishing constitution al government in the Domini can Republic The ceasefire pact Bennett said in his announcement guar DOMINICAN turn fo Paga 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Continued mostly warm Saturday night and Son day In the Hi and in the SOi Weather Details on I ;