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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             S to a m NEW YORK lAViL Presiden Johnson announced Monday a new cutback in the production of Jiuclear explosive material and said Soviet Premier Nikita Report rail gains Deadline is Saturday WASHINGTON WThe Whit House said Monday federal me diators have reported to Presi dent Johnson definite gains in emergency railroad bargaining talks aimed a averting a nationwide strike However said White House Press Secretary George Reedy there are some very difficul issues that still remain Reedy Mid one of the media tors told him that the talk have nowr reached a stage where to gain an inch is as dif ficult as it was to gain a foo week ago Reedy said intensive talks will continue with Johnson maintaining tveryt close liaison with the mediators Asked whether Johnson was satisfied with the report Reedy said Obviously the only thing the would be satisfactory is a set tlement He said Johnson commended both sides for the gains they have made and urged them to redouble their efforts to set He the five y e a r long work rules dispute Reedy described the negotia tors and mediators as a group of very weary men They have been talking for 10 days since Johnson won a vol untary strike postponement for 15 days which expires at am CST Saturday Johnson had said last week that he expected to know defi nitely Monday whether the talks could succeed jn a volun tary settlement of the ditpute Nationwide poll leans to Nixon NEW YORK nation wide poll of Republican county chairmen and other party lead ers named former Vice Presi dent Richard lM Nixon as the most likely winnerof the 196 GOP presidential nomination Sen Barry Goldwater of Ari zona however was ahead as the personal preference of the 1606 persons participating The survey was the third such poll taken by The Associated Press fn the survey which April 1 correspondentsin 50 states rtd the District of Colum bia questioned more than 3000 county chairmen vice chair men town leaders and other party officials There were two parts in the is your personal preference to the nominee and Whom do you think the convention will nomi nate a re the results Most likely to be Nominated No opinion Your Personal Preference No The first Associated Press survey was made last October Itttbe first poll Goldwater was a runaway In the December President John son took po litical stock dropped sharply Goldwater however continued to lead the field until Nixon passed him in one prrt of the April survey North Iowa Weather outlook Wftettter etotaih 21 Khrushchev has indicated that he top intendsto make a move in this same direction In Moscow as President John son made his announcement Premier Khrushchev said Rus sia will cut back substantially on uranium production f o r nuclear arms Johnson said that the sub stantial reduction in the output of enriched uranium will be car ried out over a four year period By bringing production in line with need we reduce ten sion while maintaining all nec essary power Johnson told an Associated Press luncheon in New York The newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 104 MASON IOWA MONDAY APRIL 20 1W4 UOc a copyThu Paper CpnsisU of Two SectioasSectioa On Associated Press Full Leased Wire No M in Laos is a failure Lacks US support collapses SAIGON South Viet Nam diplomatic sources said onday the rightwing army coup in Laos had collapsed aft er one day US opposition to the coup apparently was a ma jor factor The situation is back where it was 36 hours ago said an American diplomat who had been in contact with the US Embassy in Vientiane the Lao tian capital He said reports were still sketchy but that diplomatic dis patches from Vientiane said neutralist Premier Prince Sou vanna Phouma had been re ieased from house arrest and leaders of the coup had apolo gized for their attempt to topple xlie coalition government The dispatches said the rebel leaders also apologized to Gen Phoumi Nosavan right wing leader in Laos who was nol linked to the coup In London the British For eignOfficereportedthat Swf vanna and other leaders had gone to the royal capital Luang Prabang for talks with the The situation in Vientiane appears to be gradually revert ing it was before an American diplomat said In Bangkok however the newspaper Thai Rath said that after the report coups collapse Vientiane radio re peated Sundays communiques from the military committee which staged coup Leonard Unger US ambas sador to Laos had brought pres sure on Gen Kouprasith Abhay the antiCommunist career offi cer led the army group Souvannas co alition Secretary of State Dean Rusk who had been visiting South Viet Nam said before leaving or Washington that the United States disapproved of the coup and feared it might upset the Geneva accord of 1962 which set government for up a coalition Laos Inside The Globe GpRDO GOP dele gates pick Lodge Page 18 IERRO Demo crats support civil rights Page 19 Editorials 4 City news lelf24 Clear Lekenews21 Clesstfied pages I am happy to say John son added that Chairman Khrushchev has now indicated to me that he intends to make a move in this same direction In the Moscow message Khrushchev said An oppor tunity for improving mutual un derstanding with other states on Ihe necessity of avoiding a nuclear war has now arisen in connection with the question of the manufacture of fissional mar terialsfor nuclear weapons Johnsons speech also ranged on the following topics The U S policy of trying lo isolate Cuba from the rest of the Western hemisphere and defeat its efforts to spread com munism is working Johnson said we will continue this policy with every peaceful means at our command He has instructed the Cen tral Intelligence Agency and the State and Defense Departments To be ready to provide major candidates in the presidential election campaign with all pos sible information helpful to their discussion of American policy If there is to be any improve ment in relations between United States and Red China the Chinese Communists must reexamine their view of the world and change their ways Johnson declared long as the Communist Chinese pur sue conflict and preachviolence there can be no easing of re lationships If Congress cuts thepro posed foreign aid program this year as it did last year the ef fect will be to directly diminish the security of the United States arid Johnson will submit new requests for supplemental appropriations The United States is in the battle against communism in South Viet Nam as long as its help is wanted and its assistance neededJohnson said no ne gotiated settlement in Viet Nam is possible as long as the Com munists hope to achieve victory by force V In West Europe increased greatness and de mand increased unity and part nership a hew generation is coming of age unscared by old hostilities old ambitions thinking of themselves and 92 per cent IJSEFUL PLASTIC is1 and aylifesize doll are pinned to their by a giant plastic bag The bags inflated by a switch in the pilots cabinare designed to absorb i i Photofax shock and keep passengers from slam ming into the next seat The system AirStop be tested this week in Phoenix Ariz for the Federal Avia tion Agency Lodge shows strength in a Iowa GOP chairmen DBS MOINES for Ambassador Henry Caboi Lodge for the Republican presi dential nomination has increased sharply among Iowa party lead srssince his writein victory in the New Hampshire primary Goldwater of Ari zona meanwhile apparently has regained some of the support hat shifted to former Vice Pres ident Richard Nixon after Pres dent Kennedys assassination last November An Associated Press poll Iowa GOP county chairmen indi cated Goldwater retains a slight edge over Lodge as the personal choice of the party leaders But they indicatedthe Republican national convention next sum mer is more likely to nominate either Lodge or Nixon Several commented that they relieve Lodge has struck the fancy of the general public of CLEVELAND Lightning truck a fourengine United Air mes plane carrying Mrs Lyn on B Johnson here Monday roro Wasningtbri Radio aaten ae of the plane were damaged lightly and the bright flash jolt frightened putengers w injured aboard the Viscount which the First party of with on a 1M flight that weather ough all the way ning strikes Ladys plane A United spokesman said later that a static discharge from the clouds struck the top and bottom radio antennae and they were slightly damaged I This sort of thing is a fairly common occurrence he added The Presidents wife com mented simply the flight was not the smoothest The pilot George A Mostel ler said it was a small strike and I had no trouble controlling the airliner Lodge has a political sex 6 undecided On the most likely the voting went Nixon county at the moment said Arthur Jacobson of Waukon Al lamakee County chairman I am not sure if it will last but it looks as though he has some real interest from the people here Goldwater seems to have ac quired a super conservative taint which tends to repel the levelheaded Republican con servative Goldwater backers however argue that itis important to nominate the Arizona senator to give the people a clearcut choice between liberal and con servative policies Nixon supporters contend he is the best qualifiedRepublican for the presidency because of his service in both houses of Congress and his two terms as vice president under Eisen hower Of 56 county chairmen answer ing the poll 18 named Gpldwa ier as their personal preference for the nomination 17 named Lodge 9 were for Nixon 6 for Gov William Scranton of Penn sylvania and one for Gov Nel son Rockefeller of New York Five said they were undecided Lodge and Nixon each were named by 15 of the chairmen as the most likely choice of the Re publican national convention for the nomination Nine named Goldwater Scranton 7 Rockefel ler 1 and 9 said they were unde cided In a similar pell last Decem ser with 51 chairmen taking part 17 listed Nixon as their personal preference 14 Goldwa jter 10 Lodge 4 Rockefeller and 15 Goldwater 11 Lodge 7 Rock efeller 2 Scranton 2 and unde cided 14 Of 56 answering a poll in midOctober before President Kennedys as sassination 53 named Goldwa ter as their personal preference and 37 said they thought Gold water would be the nominee Several of the chairmen an swering the latest poll said straw voles in their counties showed public fayor for Lodge Lodge is the obvious choice and can win the election saic E A Hicklin of Wapcllo Loui sa County chairman He is the candidate most popular with the rank and file Several of those answering the poll indicated they believe the convention will deadlock over other candidates and settle for Nixon or Scrantoru Hancock County Chai r m a Curtis Riehm of Garner predict ed Nixon will win because he is the most qualified man for the presidency Richard Rasmussen of Audo this way Goldwater bon summed it up Lodge has killed and Rockefeller but Im sure the old pros at the convention will not take Lodge so T feel they owiU settle for Nixon Rockefellers lone backer was Mitchell County Chairman Stan ley Tusler of Osage Goldwater matched against Johnson cannot win he said Lodge did not put enough into his campaign four years ago Rockefeller has done a good job in the state of New York and is well qualified time in city Petitions to given to the ity Council Monday night show 922 per cent of signers favoring daylight savings time for Mason Uity according to Kenneth Dohrmann one of those who dis tributed petitions to public places the petitions the council will be informed of i Mason City Chamber of Com rnerce board of directors reso ution favoring daylight savings ime for the community Dohrmann said that in the I weeks petitions were available to citizens 1315 signatures were obtained Of the signers 1212 signed the part of the form in dicating they favored fast tim and only 103 or 78 per cent signed in opposition The Chamber board acted aft er hearing the Chamber Retail Divisions recommendation for fast time Decorah go6s fo fast time DECORAH The City Council voted unanimously at special meeting Monday for daylight saving time from April 24 to Oct 4 SOMEBODY UPAPTPHERE HELPED HIM At 3000 feet above the Marin County hills on the end of a frail holding rope Danny Nowell 11 looked up at balloonist William R Berry and said Mister please help me Now in Letterman General Hospital in San Francisco Danny is chipper and htppy after his harrowing experi ence Berry brought thebal loon down quickly The boy was not seriously hurt He is being treated for a chafed left hand and shock RIOT ROUTS RESIDENTS A is led to safety by a policeman in Seoul at the scene of a riot of university students opposing diplo matic talks with Japan Police broke up demonstra tions with tear gas It was fourth consecutive day of disturbance Issues order to bar Worlds Fair jamup NEW YORK judge issued Monday a temporary re straining order effective hn mediately barring interference with all modes of transporta tion to the Worlds Fair which opens Wednesday Justice Joseph of the Queens State Supreme Court signed the order ainied at fore stalling the planned stallin by civil rights groups Among those named in the order were Isiah Brunson head of the Brooklyn chapter of the Con gress of Racial Equality Her bert pallendar head of the Bronx CORE and Arnold Gold wag public relations head of Brooklyn The Brooklyn chapter has been suspended by the national CORE for its plans to tie tip the citys ways highways commuter and to the fair site in Flushing Queens The showcause order is re turnable Thursday in Jamaica Queens President Johnson scheduled to be an openingday visitor may get caught in the transpor tation snarl one civil rights leadersaid Tactics reportedly being con sidered include pulling emer gency on fairbound trains jamming ticket without buying fair entrances or picketing the gates AMBASSADORS WIFE DIES NEW YORK AP Mrs Ellsworth Bunker 65 wife of the U S ambassador to the Organization of the American States died Saturday to dissuade fair visitors from entering As the reported demonstration plans an autp stall in on access roads i tovthfe fair to sitins alike on other major highways bridges and in tunnels throughout the sounded in Congress Former President Harry S Truman said the stall in would be damn foolish Theyll make a damn sight more enemies than friends by doing a thing like this sajd Truman who arrived in New YorkSundayto make iteleyU sionlilrh about his administra tion Supporters and opponents of the civil rights bill in the Senate agreed that the public harass ment could have an adverse ef fect on chances of passing legislation Said Sen Hubert H Hum phrey DMinn floor manager for the Housepassed bill Well be hearing from people who will be disgusted and out raged I dont think civil wrongs help the cause of civil rights Humphrey added Sen Richard B Russell D Ga quarterbacking forces op posed to the bill said in a sepa rate interview that its passage under threat of violence and dis obedience would put us in the category of a banana repub lic The New York groups sup porting the protests claim they have nothing against the Worlds Fair but are using its opening as a means td call attention to other alleged discrimination ia the city Negroes and whites share visits in homes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thousands of Negro and white families across the nation tried a new forum for interracial discussion Sunday Each oth ers homes The occasion was the first National Home Visit Day an outgrowth of an idea put into practice nine years ago by a Chicago interracial Roman Catholic lay center the Friend ship House In tidy bungalows and apart ments middleclass whites and Negroes exchanged visits and shared coffee cake of conversation They talked about civil rights demonstrations schools chil dren housing and just plain getting along together In Alden Pa near Philadel phia Negro William Saunders 36 told a group of whites of his experiences after he and his family moved into an allwhite community In Cleveland Ohio where ra cial troubles brtke out two weeks ago more than 1000 persons participated in the home visit program five hvndred whites visited 52 Negro homes in Detroit and Negro Roy Dixon expressed tha hope that not only whites would learn from the exchange Misunderstanding is a two way affair he said Many Negroes have mistaken ideas about whites and their prob lems because of a lack of un derstanding The Black Mus lims are as wrong as they can be but they win friends among the Negroes because of this Mrs K R Kidwell coordina tor of the visits in Baltimore 220 Negroes and whites visited 23 homes said Its a natural way for the people in volved to meet each other About 1000 persons took part in a Louisville visit program   

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