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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 4, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North low Doily Newspaper The newspaper that maker oil North 1 o wo n or s Home Edition VOt Prcu full Wirac MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRSL 4 10c Paper 47 rift reaching exi in RIO JANEIRO Brazil leftist President Joao Goulart fled into exile in neighboring Uruguay Saturday police said while his successor tackled the formidable job of untangling Brazils chaotic econ new president Pasehoal Ranier Mazzilli 54 moved swiftly with US blessing to return the coun try to normal in the wake of the antiCommunist upheaval He met with newsmen in Rio de Janeiro shortly after his ar rival from Brasilia and intro duced membersof his provision alj Cabinet He described his government as ja bridge be tvteenrthe Oldsituation and the situation to come Carefully measuring his about their whereaWordsgie former conservative presidentv of the Chamber ol i pretty wife Maria Deputiesalso said he would re turn Rrarit tn ifc frartifirina the border his brother pmy Goulart crossed before dawn with inlaw Leonel Brizpla a pro Communist member of Con gress said a Uruguayan police official thus ending a twoday mystery bouts Teresa and their two arriveoVbbyV out side Ufuguiiy Fri day She said she expected to be reunited with her husband soon and We shall make our home here until the situation is clear in Brazil and then we shall return The police official said Goul art and Brizola were at the ranch of a friend in a small town 19 miles from the Brazil ian border With Goulart in flight Brazil1 Hope for end to coal strike urn its traditiona breign tinder Goulart Brazil had warmed up to the soviet bloc and relations with the United States cooled Washington Secretary of State Dean Rusk said the Unit ed States will work with the new government on Brazils ur gent problems BecauseGoular refused to introduce austerity measures to check inflation and reduce Brazils for eign debt States had withheld a considerable portion of the million promised in aid for this year All the CabmeLmembers are considered men of moderation rather than diehard conserva lives Mazzilli said the governmen wpuldjuseal effectivemeans to bring stability to the Brazil ian economy Under the Constitution Con MASONTOWN Hopes for an end to strikes by soft coal miners in six states were pinned Saturday on a un ion meeting in this southwestern Pennsylvania mining town The meeting was called by United Mine Workers Loca vhich represents some 1250workers at the US Stee Corps three nearby Robena mines The local was among the first to go out in Penn sylvania The pattern of the strikes prompted byr rankandfile dis content with a new national contractmakes an accurate estimate of thenumber of men difficult But H appears more than 11000 out in Pennsylvania Ohio West Virginia Kentucky Illinois and Indiana an area that encompasses the heart of the nations softcoat region John Mayo president of UMW Dist 4 headquartered in Union town Pa said Friday that if a return to work movement results from Saturdays meet ing miners in other states may follow suit Local representatives from Pennsylvania Ohio and West gress musl elect a president and less vice president u filling ficially at2 million1 mt ii term which1 ends January 1966 Mazzilli however said he di not kriow when Congress woul act Split is considered too wide to clble BUDAPEST Hungary W SovietPremier Khrushchev has bitterly denounced the Red in the strongest indication yet that the ideological breach between Moscow and Peking is too wide to1 close Khrushchev predicted that the worlds Commu nist parties would close ranks against the Chinese and emerge from the struggle even stronger and more hardened than before His new attack on the RedChinese Fjiday coin cided with Pravdas publication dh Moscow of a violent BENT BATTERED AND TWISTED An auto wrecked by the tornado that swept through the Sun set Terrace addition of WichitaFalls Friday rests Phbtbfax besider a brick home that fared ri bbetter The rstorm killed seven persons and damagecl hundreds 6f hoiries as ittmoved through the north west part the city Seven die scores Hurt in Texas tornado aftermath Stalin backers are out MOSCOW AP Three old hardline Stalinists have been drummed out of Communist party The three who the Soviet for years ranked among the worlds niost powerful were former Pre miers Gedrgi Malenkov and VJM Molotov aridformer First Deputy Premier Lazar Kagano vich All were known as disciples of the Stalin line particularly Molotov who has sided with the Communist Chinese in their ide ological struggle1 with the Soviet WICHITA suburban mangled struggle i to recover Saturday from a tornado which killed seven personsinjured scores and left hundreds home suburbs and Sneppard suburbs and Sheppard hangar coUapsed1coiuid300 air age was estimated uisof The white and gray Hwister viewed in horror by many stand ing in downtown streets and watching local television drilled At Sheppardiitbeiwalls of a funnel lifted as it its Cleaning Sshaped form weaving Mke a snake against patchesof blue sky Cars wererfurled through the air Bed springs mattresses and household furnishings soared among debris into the streets Second major tremor hits quakestricken Virginia were expected to at tend Mayo said there was little chance the contract would be reopened although both sides have an option to do so oa 60 days notice The UMW end the cool eper ators have shown little concern publicly reportedly feeling that the strikes were temporary The UMW baa had men circulating through the coal ieWs explain ing tht contract to local mem bers and reportedly was await ing the outcome of the meeting before taking reprisals Workers have returned to sevr eral mines after the contract was explained The litest Wai the Freeman Coal Mining Corps Orient No 3 at Walton ville 111 where 430 men went hack Friday North Iowa Weather outlook 1 or Sunday ANCHORAQE Alaska Another major tremor the sec ond ina weekVIent a waryair to activitieVin the quakestrick en Anchorage area today The tremor one of somehalf a hundredaftershocks since the major earthquake March27 set buildings asway Friday and sent office workers and shop pers scurrying into the streets of downtown Anchorage Policereported no casualties and had no reports of major damage to buildings or homes in this area Last weeks tremor left 129 known dead or missing and presumed dead The University of Washington seismograph office said that the quake had registered 75 on the Richter earthquakerintensi ty scale force of the massive tremor of Good Friday which registered I just cant believe we man aged tocomethrough it said R B lentley 30 grocery store owner who saved his wife arid daughter 2by pushing them into a walkIn ice box Gov JohnB Connally called out 100 National Guardsmen to iclp keep order after the storm Onehundred men and vehicles patroled the devastated area estimated by the Department of Public Safety to include 50 to 80 city blocks But asone officer put it You 87 L new shock was feltIn Fairbanks i Juneau Yakutat Kodiakv Seward Valdez and Cordova The last four commu nities as well as Anchorage suffered severe damagea week ago State Civil Defense officials clustered around their jj hot line an ernergency circuitlink ing the cities ofsouthcentral Alaska when the shock hit ap prehensive about the safetyof neighboring communities But one by one the surroilnd cities checked into tiat while the quake had been elt it was slight in their areas rid had t apparently centered lear Anchorage There were no eports of unusual wave action The quake began with a gen ie rocking pm tnd quickly picked up in inten ity A deep rumbling could be leard distinctly and people ran o the center of downtown treetsin brilliant sunshine to watch the buildings around ham Then just as suddenly as il started thequakej eased off Withia 30 secontls itwas over and people picked up quickly vhere they had left off a few moments before In the AnchorageDaily Times Building where equipment and supRlies were strewn over the floor March 27 not a thing was disturbed Friday Only the cracks in the streets and the few windows that have not been replaced give evidence o the destruction caused down town Anchorage by last weeks mighty shaking In Juneau meanwhile Gov FIRST HAIRDO SINGE QUAKE Wrapped in a blankets because the heat in the Westward Hotel beauty shop isnt oji yet Mrs John Hoilmperg gets her first hairdo sinfee1 tHe tragic Good Friday earth quakie ripped Anchorage Alaska apart The beauty operator Flo Streeter said she was wearing long un derwear appedThe approached worry about loot ingr It leave anything Union Malenkov Molotov and Ka An estimated total 240 Sheppard School where children homes were demolished in a huddled in halls while debris halfmile swath car ed by the rained about the building Wichita Red Cross estimating 300 persons left homeless set up shelters to feed and house victims In Washing ton jtherjederal Housing Ad ministration said it is making surplus houses available to ganovich lost their governmen posts in June 1957 when Premi er Khrushchevbested them in iorjicontroU of the Communist party and govern men tJ apparatus Although 22nd Congres of the Communist party in 1961 voted the ouster ot the three ex leaders their longawaited fina condemnation of Peking and a call for a world Com munist showdown conferT ence to other Red gianfc out of The Soviet speaking at rally on the eve pf the 19th anniversary of Hungarys libera ion by Soviet troops assailed he Chinese as splitters He denounced the grave dan ger inherent in their subversive activity within the Socialist camp and the international Com can no doubt Khrushchev declared that the ViarxistLeninist partiesiwill rai y evercloser the great banner of MarxEngeis Lenin in the struggle against Chinese splitters of Marxist Leninist will emergefrom this struggle even stronger and more hardened than before and will lead the working class the working people to new historic victories of socialism and com munism Obviously referring to the Red Chinese he asserted that no1 body will be able to divert them homeless Mobile canteens sped in from Dallas and Fort Worth Complicating the relief opera ions were knockedout power lines and limited communica Talks to soon proMoscow Communists from the only correct Leninist road ISrushchev oiled for creation of some organization for the ofs foreign policy among members i of the Warsaw Pact and the Communist Coun icaueis tneir iongawauea tina 7 vUUn disgrace came light only Fric for MHtual Economic Assist ji rki JIHPP day in Pravda The party newspaper dis WASHINGTON AP The United States and Panama are moving quickly to restore nor mal diplomatic relations and are expected to open talks soon on their differences over the Panama Canal A new agreement pledging to work out a just and fair settlement was concluded at a meeting of the Organiza ion of American States Friday It finally brought to an end the crisis in USPanama relations which began three months ago tions Sixtynine persons were in jured 46 remaining in hospi tals Twentynine were person nel from Sheppard The tornado sparing Jthe downtown area made its lethal appearance in the West Wichita Falls community of Pleasant Valley Swinging northeasterly it wrought the heaviest damage in the iSunset Terrace arid Lin coln Heights residential sections Then dipping aridtwisting it swept across the heavily popii lated airbase hitting nurses quarters barracks and the civil engineering base closed their expulsion one of the severest penalties that can befall a Soviet politician m publishing theoretician Mikhail Suslovs 10000 word dcnuncia tion of the Chinese Communists with William A Egans request for a emergency bond issue was quickly acted upon Within minutes after he gover nor had spoken to a joint ses sion of the legislature a bill authorizing the bond issue had been introduced in the Senate Health director has the mumps DES MOI N ES UP Dr F health di rector of Dos Moinos and Polk County hot the nrtwmps Dr Spoors soM ttat after another etoctvr confirmed cions he prescribed rest in bed for himself an argument over flying Navy plqns public report on Thresher m ebrrid WASHINGTON Gen Douglas MacArthur is in coma which is gradually deep ening arid other vital func tions are becoming increasingly difficult to sustain Army doc tors announced Saturday morn ing The report came from Lt ance This would be a legalistic method of reading Peking out of the movement because Red Chi na is not a member of either organization and would be ex cluded from a role in the deci sions of the other Communist nations Khrushchev also criticized the United States charging that de velopments in Cyprus South Viet Nam Latin America and Africa had shown that imperi alisriV American imperialism in the first place is the main ene my of the freedom of the peo ples He pledged the support of Moscowled bloc V the peo ples fighting for the achievement of consolidation of their political and economic independence This pledge coupled with attack on the United States was lags irthe Panama Canal Zone arid erupted into mob violence hat cost more than a score of lives Relations between the countries were severed Jan 17 President Johnson said the day of agreement a great day for the American people for Panama for all the Western Hemisphere and for all free domloving people everywhere Panama can be confident as eare confident Johnson told Latin American ambassadors and US officials at the White House in late afternoon that we each desire an agreement that protects the interests and recognizes the needs of both our nations RTCHLAND Wash Ml A re port on the cause of the fatal plunge of the atomic submarine Thresher last year is being pre pared for public release John Comyay executive director of the joint congressional commit tee on atomic energy said here Friday The Navy now is deleting classified material from the re port said Conway and when this is done il will be turned over to the committee for re lease to the public It has been within Ihc last wo weeks that he Navy agreed lo change its stand thai all in formation of the Thresher sink ing should remain classified he said CUBAN DIES LANTANA Fla Charlos Hevia 64 who served as presi dent of Cuba for only one Aug 12 1933 died Thursday night after suffering a heart at lack Gen Leonard D Heaton who said he was giving an omi nouc report1 but added that miracles can always happen Heaton is surgeon general of the Army and the chief surgeon in MacArthurs case His com ment about miracles came when ne was askeu if there was any possibility of recovery for MacArthur It seemed obvious from his manner and speech however that he expected no1 such miracle in the present case Heaton said the fact that he himself had to make the report to newsmen indicated that it is an ominous situa tion at present Others on the hospital staff have usually de an obvious effort to undercut Chinese charges that the Krem lin had sold out to Washington in this area Judge suggests Alaskan lottery PHILADELPHIA MVA Phil adelphia judge has suggested a national lottery by the federal government to help in the res toration of quakestricken Alas livered the reports SAME Pork plant on strike HARLAN AP About 125 complete force at the Western Iowa Pork Plant went on strike early Saturday when a negotiation schedule broke down but new talks later were set for April 89 Mike Conjalka general man ager of the plant said Local 52 of the National Brotherhood of Packinghouse and Dairy Work ers went on strike shortly after midnight Judge Leo Weinrott said Fri day that with lottery tickets selling for and enough money could be raised in sev eral weeks to pay for most of damage Weinrott proposed the lottery after receiving the report of March grand jury which re om mended a referendum on legalizing gambling ka Inside The Globe Church news 45 Society Clear Lakt rwws 7 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