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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1964, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The newspaper that makes all Norfh lowon s neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 28 lOc a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSecdon One No 302 Rusk renews What about Mason Citys teen smokers Smoking among juveniles in Mason City is the sub ject of a survey in depth by GIobeGJazette staff members which starts in this issue on Page 17 The fourpart series includes both the students and teachers estimate of the seriousness of the prob lem It also includes means of coping with it suggested by a group of high school students and teachers in junior high and high school Yanks will leave Viet WASHINGTON of Defense Robert S McNamara expects more US military men to be withdrawn from South Viet Nam this year despite some serious reverses to Vietnamese forces in the war against Communist guerrillas This was disclosed Tuesday by sources close to McNamara after the defense chief acknowledged to a House committee that the Red Viet Cong had made considerable progress since a Vietnamese military jun ta overthrew the Diem regime in early November McNamaras description of the military situation grey cast his evalua Lauds Iowa the Vietname8e wai citys self improvement DES MOINES AP Edwin P Neiian president of the U S Chamber of Commerce Monday night cited the city of Ottumwa as an example of how a commu nity can finance local improve ments without a federal subsidy Neiian who is touring the na tion to plead for more economy and less spending by govern ment addressed 500 persons at a Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce dinner Communities which depend on federal funds for purely local projects are guilty of greed and laziness said the former lowan who grew up at Sioux City Surely a city forfeits its right to exist as a separate govern ment entity when it relies on federal tax money for the most elementary local facilities such as sidewalks streets sewers and jail Neiian said For a classic example of lo cally financed achievement you need look no farther than your neighboring city of Ottumwa whose improvement program is becoming famous he added Neiian referred to OUumwa investment in river water and flood control works without a federal subsidy including a new million municipal water sys tem dedicated last fall US may send men to Cyprus WASHINGTON wvThe Unit ed States is seriously consider ing sending a contingent of troops to Cyprus as proposed by Britain but US officials said Tuesday more information will be needed before they can make a final decision North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Tuesday night and Wednes day Lowj Tuesday night 515 Highs Wednesday in the 20s Weather details on 2 in a pessimistic light Informants said the defense secretarys congressional testi mony recognized that there iiave been setbacks but did not reflect any deepening gloom Recent field reports to the Pentagon have told of a slow down in Viet Cong operations after a high point of terrorism and attacks during the weeks after the early November coup Rightly or wrongly the in formants said US military men in Viet Nam continue to tell McNamara that the Viet Cong are not capable of maintaining a high level of operations Sources noted that the Mc Namara statement Mo n d a y mentioned a number of signs which are considered hopeful The defense secretary con tended the new Vietnamese government has considerably more popular support than its predecessor and is beginning to jtake action to intensify mili tary operations and to improve civil administration Pentagon officials said that McNamara still believes as he has for some time that the course of the war under the new Vietnamese leadership will not become clear for several months Planes try to rescue missionaries LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo helicopters and mis sionary planes continued des perate efforts Tuesday lo res cue Christian missionaries threatened by rebel guerrillas in the southwest Congo At least four missionaries in cluding an American woman have been killed by bands of warriors armed with poison ar rows spears homemade bombs and primitive guns About 150 Americans and Ci nadians including several chil dren have been stationed at Protestant missions in the threatened area The US Em bassy in Leopoldville said 21 Americans and 14 Canadians including 10 children had ben rescued As the terror spread the Con go government said it had doc umentary proof Communist Chi na is supporting the uprising Theyre seeking 1 China Issue note to France TOKYO ffi Red China served notice Tuesday it expects France to break relations with Nationalist China as the price of establishing diplomatic ties In the first comment on the simultaneous announce ments on Monday that Red Chi na and France were establish ing diplomatic relations Peking said it does not recognize a two Chinas concept Thus Peking seemed to blow up Pr e s i d e n t Charles de Gaulles hope of maintaining relations with both the Commu nist and Nationalist regimes under a twoChinas policy A Red Chinese Foreign Min istry statement broadcast by Radio Peking said Red China in agreeing to enter into dip lomatic relations with France France wont break off with Formosa Chinese PARIS French gov ernment spokesman Tuesday said France has no intention or desire to break relations with the Chinese Nationalist government of Pres i d e n t Chiang Kaishek The spokes man was commenting on a statement by Red China that it expects France to break re lations with the Nationalists understood that Paris would break with Nationalist China This is contrary to what French official sources had said They insisted Peking had not asked to end relations with President Chiang Kaisheks re gime on Formosa Nationalist China denounced French recognition of Red Chi na but stopped short of break ing off relations Red Chinas foreign ministry statement noted that accord ing to international practice recognition of the new govern the people of that country A BULLITIN BONN Germany If U S official said Tuesday he had report that a US Air Force plane had been shot down over Communistruled East Germany He said he had no precise information on the location At Wiesbaden Air Force headquarters said a twoman T29 trainer is miss ing vow Says we will back Formosa SCREAMING twist her arm as they try to put a screaming and kicking Negro girl in the paddy wagon following stration in Atlanta Ga sees worst racial crisis as 100 are jailed ATLANTA Ga AP Tuesday for more mass protests of segregation after more than 100 persons went to jail Monday in street demonstrations More pictures on Page 3 A siege of the downtown area for the third night by marching milling demonstrators mostly Negro students heightened the worst racial crisis in years for this city Despite mounting arrests now nearly 200 youth leaders said they would continue the mass onslaught centered on a segregated restaurant Police officers declared a state of emergency Monday night in the busy downtown area surrounding Lebs a res taurant which refuses to serve Negroes Demonstrations began with about 50 pickets walking around the block on which Lebs is lo cated When they refused to disperse they were hauled off to jail Cheers and applause came from hundreds of white spectators Three hours later demonstra tions resumed About 150 circled city jail twice then walked several blocks to join about 50 others in marching around the block a Lebs for nearly two hours Po lice slopped them Chanting and singing the demonstrators massed in a nar row street a block from Lebs Paddy wagons drew up and nearbedlam ensued Some of the crowd leaped eagerly into the vehicle When the next paddy wagon pulled up demonstrators wenl limp Hoisted bodily into the ve hicle by white and Negro police men the demonstrators kicked screamed and struggled wildly They pounded and kicked in side the paddy wagon Policemen were hard pressed Concerns TV advertising Another BakerLBJ link WASHINGTON UPI Rob ert G Bobby Baker formcr Senate aide who became a whiz at high finance bought one stock which zoomed in value from to in little more than a year it was dis closed Tuesday Max H Karl president of the Mortgage Guarantee Insurance Corp MGIC of Milwaukee described the transaction to the Senate Rules Committee which is investigating Bakers lucra tive outside activities He said the stock MGIC purchased in August 1959 for was at about in De cember of 1960 But Karl pointed out that Baker a Senate aide at the time shared the stock pur chase with friends He later dis posed of some of his holdings partly to pay off a loan the witness said Prior to the hearing special counsel L P McLendon told re porters that staff investigators were interviewing Albert G Young president of the MK AUantic Stainless Steel Corp of nearby Silver Spring Md McLendon said the committee studying letters given vol untarily by Young revealing de tails of the purchase by he MidAtlantic of television adver tising from an Austin Tex sta tion owned by the LBJ Co Youngs information was ex pected lo clear up a discrep ancy in testimony between DOB B Reynolds a local insurance man and Walter Jenkins an aide lo President Johnson Reynolds testified that Jen kins suggested the insurance company purchase advertising time after Reynolds wrote three big life insurance policies on Johnson then the Senate Demo cralic leader Jenkins in a sworn affidavit given lo the committee said us had no knowledge of the adver tising Young whose company oper ates nationally purchased 208 in advertising from the sta tion after working out a deal with Reynolds He has told re porters that he discussed the transaction with Jenkins to keep their balance as the mass surged and milled about them with yells and chants Hundreds of white spectators milled about the sidewalks Po licemen kept them moving Demonstrators staged pro tests later at the jail and some were arrested Police threw c cordon around entrances to jai property Negro comedian Dick Greg ory jailed Sunday and released on his signature was arrested again Inside The Globe ASSIGNMENTS made for mat tourneys Page 13 MIDWINTER commence ment set at SUI Page 8 Editorials 4 Comics North Iowa news 8 Society news 910 Sports news Latest markets 16 Mason City news 1617 Clear Lake news 20 Farm news 21 Wont abandon nationalists TOKYO AP The United States will never abandon the 12 million people on Taiwan Formosa to Communist tyran ny Secretary of State Dean Rusk declared Tuesday Rusk spelled out the US at titude Pekings Red rulers at a dinner winding up a U SJapan Cabinet conference on trade and economic prob lems Peking still insists upon the iurrender of Taiwan as the sine qua non of any improvement whatever in relations with the United Rusk said We are loyal to our commit ments to the government of the Republic of China In a detailed indictment of the lommunist regime President Johnsons No 1 Cabinet official declared Peking has violated the Gen eva agreements of 1954 on Indo china and the Geneva agree ments of 1962 on Laos It incites and actively supports aggression on Southeast Asia Peking attacked India and occupies a position from which it continues to threaten the sub continent of South Asia Peking is attempting to ex tend its tactics of terror and sub version into Latin America and Africa In other words Peking is demonstrating every day that it has nothing but contempt for the most elementary condition of peace Namely leave your neighbors alone Free nations must not re ward the militancy of Peking or give Communists anywhere any ground for hope of profit from the use or threat of force Rusk said the American peo ple have deep sympathy for the plight of the people on the Chin ese mainland and will forward to the time when it will be possi ble to resume our historic ties of friendship with them When mainland China has a government which is prepared to renounce force to make DEAN RUSK SAME peace and to honor international responsibilities it will find us responsive he said The Japanese government has expressed hope that French recognition will not upset tha unity of the anti Communist world It indicated it has no in tention of breaking relations with Nationalist China but said it will pursue an independent policy toward Red China Gross to run for another House term WASHINGTON UPI Rep H R Gross RIowa announced Tuesday he will be a candidate tor reelection Gross who will be 65 next June 30 has served in the House since 1949 He is a member of the Foreign Affairs and the Post Office Civil Service commit tees Herman Faber Parkersburg will continue as chairman of tha Gross for Congress Commit tee a post he held in 1960 and 1962 the congressman said Gross will be seeking bis ninth term in the House i
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