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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             NATO accord on Cyprus Si f f fi V L ii An TJ s 5 r i v i war THE HAGUE Netherltnd North Atlantic Pact for Thursday headed otfa potential conflict between GreeceandTurkey but they failed tween France and other bers on the future of NATO In winding up their spring session they pledged their best efforts at ending the cold war with the Soviet Union Yet they noted intheirofficialcommuni que that little progress could be expected unless the Soviets per nut the reunification of Ger many on a basis of selfdeter mination The ministers promised they would speak more freely and more frankly to one another in the future ia an effort to re move misunderstandings and thus bolster the NATO system Every suitable opportunity Should taken to brine nearer o realization the wish of the ermao people for reunification in freedom their communique aid s T v i r i This is an oftrepeated aim of and they said again that he German problem can only be settled by t h e will of the German people Turning to the immediate problem of Cyprus the minis ters expressed concern at the GreekTurkish Cypriot fighting and saidNATO would support fully UN efforts to bring peace to the troubled island The NATO meeting otfe of the stormiestin thehistory of the 15yearold alliance ends a least with a better understand ing of the individual points o view of the member nations conference sourcessaid The alliance members in eluding France emphasized tha NATO is the indispensable guardian of Western peace and security In this connection the min sters acknowledge a duly to build up their military detauet and to extend and speed up their tolitical One of ficial conceded that communica tions among the member states were sometimes too slow In the often heated discus uoasof the Cyprus dispute both the Greek and Turkish foreign ministers agreed to a concilia tion role for NATO Secretary General Dirk U Stikker Now itis up to Stikker to try to im prove relations between the Athens and Ankara govern ments At a final news conference Stikker said he soon might visit both Greece and Tuifcey He stressed that his task was to improve the atmosphere not to lay down hard and fast rules for a settlement Officials explained that SUk Tne newspoper that mokes oil North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Edition VOL m MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 14 1H4 Paper o Two Preti Full No II er would be acting under a 1956 resolu t i o n concerning isputes between member states the alliance This resolution authorized the SecretaryGen ral to keep in touch with all iarties and with the pwermaneat SATO council in such cases Turkish Foreign Minister Fer dun Cemal Erkin had accepted mediation role for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Wednesday But Kostopoulos un il Thursday had argued that he Cyprus dispute was not a MATO matter the position held by President Makarios of Cy prus The agreement avoided a ma jor crisisin the alliance The festering quarrel between NA TOs easternmost m e m b ers threatened to undermine the al Jiances whole southeastern flank Ov The agreement was reache fler several ministers includ ng US Secretary of State ean Risk PaulHenri Spaak of Belgium and Paul Martin of anadi urged Greece and Tur ey to permit NATOto act Rusk warned the two nations an armed conflict between them over Cyprus cannot be allowed Flying bananas leaving Viet Nam WASHINGTON Army ias virtually completed with drawal of creaky janana helicopters from South Viet Nam and has replaced hem with new turbine powered choppers Informed sources said Thursday the last of the old and combatbattered CH12 heli copters called flying bananas because ot their shape should be out ot Viet Nam within 60 days es rald blames U S Things close in on CUBA AT A By the Associated Press Cuban exiles in a combined raid by seaborne i commandos arid guer rillas 6naport and sugat millliti Cuba say it isv just tKe beginning Of a war of nerves aimed at toppling Castros r strO acknowledging an attack says the US government not1 Satisfied withnthe economic blockade and other using mercenaries and traitors to carry out acts of van I any USinvolverhent iiv raider use of ariy Central In telligence i rielaUwis with Cuba leaving only still dealing with the Cbhimunist regime of Premier r trade e 1 cash arid carry gpvernment backea r shipments ito Cuba v licenses to export those PATH OF DESTRUCTION Shown from top to bottom is the asheri path of ah Air Force jet trainer which crashed in a Las Vegas subdivision Phololax destroying seven homes and killing at least seven people x 5 killed as jet crashes into Las Vegas housing addition JJncIer theonly two categories of goods which could be shipped to the Qprnmunistdominated island without specific gov ernmentpermission v The Commerce Department now r will require a specif ic license forthe sale of fooi and medicines as well as any other item The only exception will be gift parcels This is not an embargo a department spokes man said We merely want to things under surveillance However such ordersvcan be used to impose a total embargo if the government wishes Under the license requirement a U business man who wants to sell goods to Cuba would have to formally request and obtain approval of th6 sale by the Commerce Department Exiles vow VEGAS Nev AP Five persons died when an F105 fighter plane plunged into a new housing development where housewives vwere hanging out laundry and childrenwere play ing on a sunny afternoon pilot battling to the last to reach an open field stayed with the plane and was killed in the fiery crash Moments after takeoff Wed nesday from nearby NellisAir Force Base the jet lost altitude wavered and then knifed into the tract The plane exploded spew ing flames over a wide area Seven dwellings were destroyed Five blocks away cnH dren were attending classes in Lincoln Elementary School They were not endangered The dead 1st Lt Raynor L Hebert 26 North Weather outlook PsrHy cloudy and warmor Thursday nioht lows 4451 Partly ctaMhr Friday turning cooler northwost in afternoon in low Ttt rilot of Port Arthur Tex Jetty Lou Le Dane 31 and her laughter Teresa 3 two chil Iren of the Paul Lowry family Derwent 3 and Josephine 3 months Aside from were residents of tract In five days Hebert would have gone on 27 days leave An unidentified truck driver gave this account 1 T wit roundinf cornof and could see the plane coming in nose up and tail down It struck the firsthouse with the ail aflame and skidded across the rooftops to other homes Tvro weeks an inter view Brig Gen Boyd Hubbard Nellis commander had warned contractorsthat building homes close to the air base was court ing disaster The development is seven miles away but in the path of runways those on the scene said Its homes are in the price range Vincent Rohde another eye witness said that when the plane was like a bubble filled with water It was just a big splash I saw two women hang ing out clothes where it hit They disappeared I heard a woman scream There was a Woattwr on 5 Authorities evacuated 20 squareblock area upon learning he plane carried six small prac ice bombs and 1000 20mm can non rounds Hebert an Air Force spokes man said was on an airtoair unnery practice mission The irst hint of trouble report to the control tower that is landing gear would not re tract thespokesman said He was instructed to head for desert areanear Las Vegas nit replied that he was at tremendous heat wave never forget that scream Til more DANIEL LE DANE wife lead 1000 feet and added I cant tiold my altitude Then bo told to hood for a clear area just beyond the tract He couldnt quite make it The pilot had no opportunity to jettison his fuel When theyre heavy like that said Gen Hubbard they sink pretty fast They glide like a brick The Lowry home took the brunt of the planes landing Mrs Scott Green a neighbor said she pulled Mrs Josephine Lowry 27 away from her house as the distraught mother clawed at a shattered window casement screaming Ive got to get in there My children are in there Pauline Frazicr was hanging clothes when the doomed plane whined in its nose high When saw it go through the telephone Ines I ran in the house and screamed for my husband she said Six other houses suffered mi nor damages from the shower of flaming debris Police first reported seven killed Later Chief Nick Janise said two bodies proved to be those of animals presumably pets Hebert son of Mr and Mrs Curtis L Hebert was an ad vanced flying school student He was commissioned after gradua tion from Baylor University in 1960 on Castro MIAMI Fla AP Exile forces say their attack on sugar mill and port in eastern Cuba is just the beginning in their war of sabotage ant nerves aimed at toppling Fide Castros Communist regime Recovery Movement a military action group said in its first war communique Wednesday tha a combined raid by seaborne commandos and guerrillas al ready in the hills gained contiro of the port of Pilon for three hours and left the sugar mil burning It said other raids would come soon The communique did not givi the number of the attacking force but listed commandos frogmen combat engineers sig nal corps arid torpedo units a well as guerrillas as partici pants The cUimcd they cuf fcred no losses but said then SIN EARLY MOUNT VEKNON Wash M prospective jury received summons to appear for duty i Skagit County Superior Court and with it was this memo Come a little early and si up at the clerks office HOP AROqND THE WORLD Robert Courter flies somewhere over the Atlantic on the the Unisphere York Worlds Fair Courter 38 flew aroundTtheI sphere demonstrating a rocket belt developed by UlSi Army The device according to its manufacturer enkbles a man to hop 815 feet at speeds up to 60 miles per hour Courter took 20 sec onds from one side of steelsphere to another may get aid to floor of was tenacious fighting with a numerically superior Com munist army A spokesman for he invaders said Castro forces uffered considerable losses While commandos held Polon aid the communique engineers et demolition charges at the mill then withdrew Guerrillas eturned to the hills the exiles said Some townspeople in the area welcomed the attackers hey added J Inside The Globe PUBLIC OPEN house at County Home Sunday Page 8 KINNICK TROPHIES re turned to Iowa Page 13 ROCKFORD WINS 64 in district baseball Page 13 CLEAR LAKE has ace trackman Page 14 OSAGE CHURCH to burn mortgage Page 24 Editorials 4 Mason City ntws IMO markets9 cut Ckar rwws n Sports news 1314 Society news U1718 Cub Comics Trarwit 22 Classified pagti s 2223 WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnsons for eign aid bill may come out of the House Forejgn Affairs Com mittee Thursday intact If so this will be the first time that a presidents foreign aid request has passed the first barrier on the long congression al road without being sliced at least if little bit This would not mean how ever that Johnson is sure to end up with the billion he wants The bill now in the committee only authorizes the money Aft er Congress is finished with that bill it starts work on another to appropriate the money The big come then But Johnsons hopes received a firm boost when the committee in executive ses sion rejected all attempts to cut the bill This represented a major victory in the Johnson strategy of giving Congress a bill that he said already was bare to the bone Chairman Thomas E Morgan DPa said that the committee will take up three money items Thursday military assistance the contingency fund and ad ministration costs of foreign aid The big amendment pending calls for an increase of mil lion in military assistance and not a decrease This has been proposed by Rep William S Broomfield RMich who says Morgan expects less of a fight over military assistance than over a provision that gives Da vid E Bell director of the Agen cy for International Develop ment authority to dismiss what he considers marginal from AIDs Washington head quarters McNamara We may have to hike Viet force WASHINGTON iMSecretary of Defense Robert S McNa mara said Thursday the United States must expand its commit mcnls in South Viet Nam to meet a marked stepup in ter ror attacks by Communist guer rillas McNamara who returned from Saigon Thursday morning conferred at the White House with President Johnson and then held a news conference at which he said the United States may have to send additional uniformed personnel to South Viet Nam North Iowa enough that the billion jn the bill for military assistance is not SAME DATE1H31H i rj   

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