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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 14, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The Doily Newspaper newspaper that makes all North lowans LOBE Edition VOL 1M PreM Full LCIM Wires MASON TUESDAY APRIL14 UOe a Coniliu of Two Cm SS Tin A photo by Musser f DEADLINE Heitland 606 S Va reviews hundreds of receipts and records as he races to beat the deadline for filing his 1963 federal in come tax return Coffee pot handy Heitland wears an expression of dismay as he battles the books for another year The deadline for filing federal tax re turns is April 15 at midnight The state tax filing deadline is April 30 at midnight Line up against France 4 in SEATO oppose policy MANILA AP Four more Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza tion nations lined up Tuesday against President de Gaulles proppsalio neutralize Southeast Asia prime target of Red Chinese expansion f Foreign ministersof Austra lia Pakistan Thailand aniTIhe Philippines outlined opposition to the French idea at a closed session Informants said the consensus among the four ministers was thai neutralization would not ef fectively deter Communist in roads in Southeast Asia par ticularly in embattled South Viet Nam Secretary of State Dean Rusk expressed US opposition to the French proposal at the first ses sion Monday and won support from Britain and New Zealand bothy SEATO members This left France standing alone on this point Sources said Foreign Minister Maurice Cave de Murville advanced no specific suggestions for effective neutralization of Southeast Asia Foreign minister Sir Garfield Barwick of Australia summed up his view on the abstract idea of neutralization by citing the case of Laos and its coali tion of rightwing leftwing and neutralist factions J SELLERS IMPROVES Actor Peter Sellers is improving after a severe heart attack and has beenmoved out of the intensive care unit at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Photofax LODGE Goldberg 34 Boston attorney who is field director for the Draft Lodge Committee says the committees pattern of campaigning in Oregon will be similar to the pattern used in New Hampshire Lodge was an upset victor in New Hamp shire The Oregon primary is May 15 Lodge already is in first place among Repub licans in some Oregon polls See story on Page 2 Michigan city given million for tree care ARBOR Mich UP The City Council was stunned Monday when told a spinster left Ann Arbor about million Ho keep its trees in good shape Mayor Cecil Creal said Elizabeth Russell Dean had stipulated that the money was to go for perpetual care and maintenance r e p 1 acement and planting of trees on city owned Miss Dedri died April 7 at the age of 79 Ann Arbor 37 miles west of Detroit has 67000 residents and is the site of the Univer sity of Michigan Rail talks near the crucial point WASHINGTON AP road bargaining talks which President Johnson hopes will avert an economycrippling strike approach a crucial point Tuesday under tight White House security talks between negotiators for 5 unions and nearly 200 rail roads enter their fifth day since Johnson persuaded both sides to postpone a nationwide strike showdown early Friday North Weather outlook Fair and a Httik colder wmS mattered Twewtay ntfH Partly ckudy warmer Wednesday In Mt en Fedaral mediators are to re port to Johnson Wednesday on the progress and effectiveness of the extraordinary talks faf V Johnson will determine on the basis of the report whether any other steps are necessary to help the two sides seek a volun tary settlement All other regular procedures under the law for settling the long workrules dispute have been exhausted in the past five years Reedy the talks continued to from describing the atmosphere of the bargaining discussions ex cept to say that they are in a state of active collective bar gaining issue by issue LeMay says Reds closing arms gap t v WASHINGTON Gen Curtis ELeMay says he be lieyes the Soviet Union has narrowed the gap of U S military superiority arid the United States should develop a 100megaton nuclear bomb Stepping indirectly into the missile reliability battle be tween Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara and Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz the Air Force chief of staff says he would probably not give as optimistic a picture of missiles as McNamara would As LeMays views to a con gressional group last Feb ruary were made public Tues day statements by McNa mara and Goidwater added new fuel to their dispute In a on fense Strategy for the Space Age1 put out by the Gold water for President Commit tee the Arizona Republican argued we connot put sole reliance on missile systems He charged that not a single newweapons systemhas been inaugurated since 1961 LeMay a strong backer of manned bombers said in his Feb 25 testimony to the House Armed Sef Vices Appropria tions subcommittee that com plete reliance on missile weaponryin the future would putthe United States in a ev rumors musclebound position endangering the defense of tha country by depending on this weapons system alone be cause you have no flexibility His testimony was almosj echoed by Goldwaters aosii tion paper Goldwater seeking the Re publican presidential nomina tion had questioned the ity of US missiles ami spoke of for reports of his death HAMBURG Germany A West German news agency apologized Tuesday for circulat ing an erroneous report that Soviet Premier Khrushchev had died The report Monday night caused a sensation around the world and sent stock price tumbling on the US Pacific Coast before the directorgener al of Tass the Soviet news agency termed it rubbish Tass reported that Khru ihchev had begun talks Tues day morning with Polish Com munist Party Secretary Waldys law Gomulka andPremier Jo sef Cyrankiewkz who arrived in Moscow Monday from War saw t DPADeutsche Presse Agen West German news it is making a full investigation to determine how the erroneous dispatch go onto its wires Staff members connected with the affair have been suspended a statement said A spokesman said all those involved were in the agencys head office in Hamburg The agency said it received an inquiry by Teletype from a West German radio station quot ing what purported to be a Tass story on the death of Khru shchev The inquiry was said to lave originated in the Bonn of tice of a Japanese newspaper DPA moved a flash saying Khrushchev dead at p m pm CST This was followed five min utes later by a oneparagraph story under a Moscow dateline which said Soviet Premier Khrushchev died suddenly Monday at 2019 pm days before his 70th birthday as a re sult of an acute hephqcapaiy ti to number of European news agencies that have an exchange agreement with DPA picked up he dispatch All quoted the Germanagency as the source At pm DPA issued a note to editors to withhold the story It said matter was still being looked into The agency then issued a statement that an error had been made due Jo a garbled conversation between a Japa nese journalist and an employe of Tass DPA said the Japanese jour lalist had inquired why an inglishlanguage Tass report cbvery m r on a Monday night by premier completed He n0t and f the i answer giv ento him in Russian DPA said vrufltiu in One story circulating in Moshere for cow was that the Japanese cor tory or the circuit was dead and heunderstood that Khru COMENIAL Thumper Photofax the rabbit m i n Liiuiiujci wie rauuic Blackie the dog Fluffy the cit demonstrate their congeniality by sharing a dinnerpah as their owner Jenny Joto 12 Wichita Kan looks ori She said the trio gets along well together between meals too CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP persons were injured several seriously Tuesday when a rocket engine beihg joined with a space payload ignited in a checkout building Initial reports said the rocket exploded But the National Aer onautics and Space Administra tion used the word ignited in a statement There was no im mediate word on whether the fivefobttall solid propellant rocket blew apart after the ig nition A said accident occurred as an ing Solar Observatory OSO was being mated with the third stage of a Delta rocket for a seriesi ofprelaunch checks in a building referred to as a spin test facility The OSO was to have been launched next Tuesday to ex plore sunearth relations The spacecraft was damaged The injured were rushed by Air Force ambulance to hos pitals in nearby CocoaBeach and Patrick Air Force Base man was reported in critical condition at a hospital in Cocoa Beach The Air Force reported This is the first serious incident of its kind in 14 years of opera tions and over 1400 missile launchings at Cape Kennedy Hughes tells storm victims to organize YORKTOWN Iowa AP 3ov Harold Hughes got a first hand look at this tornadotorn community Tuesday and told the residents they should or ganize a group effort for re and organize then ask for the help that people are willing to give you Hughes told Mayor Thomas Whitney 72 The governor flew to Clarinda the approximately 20 square miles of tornadodam aged area from a National luard helicopter a jeep then landed tour during interviewed officials other residents as they went about their Yorktown a town of about 150 HC uuuersiooo mat ivnTU hchev was dead But Japanese u1 m we f Clarinda was in Mo y a tornado Sunday that Correspondents in Moscow said hey sent no such report lection there is between a call hat a Japanese correspondent n Moscow made about n interruption of the Soviet gencys English language serv ce and the message which con ains the time and cause thrushcheva death of left one person dead three hos pitalize and destroyed or dam aged virtually every building in town Hughes found the townspeople busy with individual efforts to recover what they could from their shattered homes But there was no v group effort and none was being organized Youre going to have to meet know how to help you coordinate recovery efforts and help obtain whatever aid may be available from the Farmers Home Administration Small Business Administration and other federal agencies The sun was shining birds and the smell of burning trash filled the air as men women and children dug their belongings out of their wrecked homes One woman told Hughes more manpower is needed to help re pair and rebuild damaged struc tures The governor said carpenters and other workers might be made available if there were STORM Continued on page 1 A taste of how we will act when NJkita actually does die By JAMES MAR LOW Associated Press News Analyst mi i with pride upon the nations nu VVAoriiiNUiurM ffi 1 he immediate reaction to clear and conventional forces Monday s erroneous report that Soviet Premier Khrush In Feb 19 testimony made chev had died was an accurate foretaste of exactly Public Tuesday by the HouseAp Wrinf IIT Un DronriaHrinc i a dependability gap campaigning earlier year in New Hampshire T In the position paper Tuesday he saidherwould continue to raise fundamental questions about the reliability of American intercontinental t listic missiles But headded this nation cannot in this new era without of the uses of space and heavy reliance on missiles His earlier comments on iles had drawn a prompt re tort from McNamara who looks The Western world cannot help being haunted by the it that Khrushche cessor when the time turn out to be not but anothe or an imitation of him JIJAHC Stalin was a nightmare Unsense for most of that is double predictable relentless ruthless talk and a determinBut it was Khrushchev him Compulsion to self who split the Communist impose communism wherever world before the Chinese hit it he could as7 fast as he dared with an ax And in this Khru He lasa shchev no doubt was compelled He diedin1953 Communism under shchev at least the sian kindas distinguished from that of the Red Chinese less sick and from the West er He munist as Stalin and tried his luck at the old mans game The Berlin wall is an example Put ting missiles in Cuba is anoth knew the United States and the Soviet Union could de stroy each other in a nuclear war But he had to find out if this country was willing to risk it The Cuban missiles were his supreme Once he found the answer was President John F subbed ennh enough self to Ibte has been purring t been weU jVlanced to accommodate him a Teahty That bluster Unono hKr Union to be less belligerent less recKiess ine alternative is obvious The Soviet Union must concen trate more of its energies on building a Communist society that can try to match or outdo the West in comforts and thus make communism more attrac inomas vvminey 72 If you muie aurac dont meet we are not going to affluence than con know knur in finln imi Hughes suggested that a ctK LaStWCck hc said in cffcct izens committee be formed to he prefcrs to revolu Inside The Globe p perm news pages Americans will asking when he does die tion It is over theSoviet Un it was what now MondayJons diminishing hostilities that McNan and it will be what now the Red Chinese ate supposed to iutpiv thfin ho Th j uieiy i i mi A tn The roots go deepAmencans that US missiles are not dependa ble This is the way to destroy1 The nationalism of the Soviet e ov e y Union and China is stronger than the way to erode away Their antagthe deterrent strength of til onisms far backOnl the forct that is dete ideological differences make u xaj uavK Vfiiij ill LUIS r iw4vt iiiai 13 can their so called tmS the Soviets from nuclear attack on this In his testimonyLeMay said he thought US 5 military strengthis definitely superior to the Soviet Unions now not by idealism but by necessity Treatmg e inher the 1920s was the discipline of terror he in sisted upon infallibility which became his justification for any savagery But he was too in to change with a chang ing Russia He died out of datl By then the Russian masses were vastly better educated and therefore better able to think which meant more critical and questioning of hini entirely as the meant elimination of terror and talk of a fuller life In these terms Khrushchevs downgrading of Stalin is under standable But in doing this he and must have un he would the ity of the leadership The result The mi communism itself was shat tered Party members every where became confused Differ ences followed Moscow could be disagreed with Khrushchev confirmed this point over the weekend Thus as Hie Soviet Union lost Last week he said in effectits absoutc cntro1 over world Ffc i TYlllttl CYYl 1 communism it was no longer the single willed monster oi Stalin The chance is there for growth in new directions But a new Statin by some re turn to terror and through prop aganda might try to turn the Soviet Union back into a bellig t n A ir c jrcnt This is the U U K o danger in Khrushchevs death named by MCHS student What is still unknown about leaders in national Soviet Union is how much power the party chieftains have m choosing a successor and con 4 trolling policy North Iowa news 8 Society news MOll FIRE UNDER CONTROL NEW ORLEANS La J Fire touched off by a short cir lMIcuit wires broke Clear Lake news out early Tuesday in a store mies aboard the US Navy 21 destroyer tender It brought under control M23 in an hour propriations ha new rap at Goldwater i f T cmrL feTvears u 1S 1S LeMay The gap has narrowed and lhe Russians in atom c than we now are Russia g the In S3ld this connection LeMay wc in the Air Force ktctW always been in favor of de veloping a large weapon such as a 100megaton bomb Tex subcommittee chairman believe we should go ahead it LeMay re did not say in the testimony whether BOMBS Continued on page 2 GEN CURTIS LCMAY SAMI v   

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