Wednesday, May 27, 1964

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1964, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes a 11 N orth I owa ns neighbors Home Edition VOL 164 MASON CITY IOWA MAY 27 Uftc Paper ContUU ot Two Full Lease n Nehru dead of heart attack Nanda put in NEW Prime DELHI India Minister Jawaharlal NEHRU AND Minister Nehru of India is shown with the late Mohandas Gandhi merger rumors the leader of Indias fight for independence as they chuckled together in Bombay on July 61946 Nehru the aristocratic states man who led India in the paths neutralism and socialism since it became independent in 1947 died Wednesday aftersuf fering his second stroke in less than five months He was 74 Nehrus death was attributed to a heart attack and shock Home Minister G L Nanda a senior Cabinet member who has a reputation for getting things done was sworn in as acting prime minister 10 hours after Nehrus Nanda was sworn in by Pres ident Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan An elderly philosopher renowned in world academic circles Rad hakrishnan was charged under the takeover the government on the deathof the prime minister But Nanda was quickly chosen to handle the ad ministrative details Nehru was stricken at Heinemah said twas his circles Wednesday with Midwestern railroads Involvedin offers and count eroffers fwere the Rock Island tfiejjfeioia1 Pacific theChicago and North Western and the Chi cago GreatsWestern Previously Ben W Heine man chairman of the North WestemiJtold shareholders at the railroads annual meeting May that the C when management the Great Westernwbulc promptlyVon treat Western in adjointanr ANorth WesternXJreatWest nouhcement said the C NWlern merger would provide sub planned talks Milwaukee StJ Paul aiid Railroad and Tinyother smaller rail roads f that so desired lnjMW development Tuesday the Rock Island and Union Pa cific managements agreed on a new aad improved offer to Rock Island stockholders aimed unifying the two lines lad made a firm proposal to icquire the Great Western De ails were not announcedr JEL TReidy president of the reat rail road hasf requested additional information posal which was authorized by Westerns Board of Directors Reidy said details of the Western offer would not be announced until such time as his board acts stantial operating economies through the elimination of dup licate trackage and other facili Both roads serve the Oma ha and MinneapolisSt Paul gateways The merger jwould provide the North Western Ten try KansasCity gateway Great Western Reidy added the Great Western has received merger proposals from other railroads Railroad industry sources said a merger bid by the North Western for control of the Great Westernwas not unexpected 1458 miles of Attack in Illinois Minnesota loM Nebaska Missouri and Kansas The North Western operates 10000 miles of track The new plan for exchange of stock under which the Union Pacific would acquire control of the Chicago Rock Island and Papifijcintensified the struggle Any invasion of Cuba still appears t t i 1 By BERT QUINT New York Herald Tribune MANAGUA De spite repeated charges by Cas troand persistent rumors there Is little evidence that any inva sion of Cuba is imminent It is true that there is con cderable exile activity through out Central America but the ireal andsup posed attacks on the island is apparently meant more as stim ulant to internal rebellion than as prelude to largescale land ings t r Several weeks investigation of the area reveals that the exUe movement in Central America has increased greatly since the Bay of Pigs invasion leader Manuel Artime announced last September that he was moving his headquarters from Miami to somewhere in Central Amer ica V It reported then that the somewhere was Nicaragua and that Artime had the full support of former President Luis Somozaj Actually Artimes headquar ters have been in hii suitcase He has traveled constanUyin the area in the last nine What he has been doing is fair ly obvious Withthe aid at So mpza who is still extremely powerful in Nicaragua and in fluential throughoutC entr al America he establish ing the means M carryingout the sort of raids now going on Artime also is training smell groups of Cubans several places in the isthmus Nicara gua and Costa Rica reportedly the Union Pacific and theNorthVrestern iorcontrol of thefRockIsland The North WestenfcChas conducted a vig orous campaign tV bring the Rock Island trackage into its system v Infegard to f thenew Union Pacificoffer Heineman said in a statement Chicago and NorthYwesiern Railway is in the battle for control of the Rock Island to stay Under planthe agree mentsignifies that the Union Pacific jwpuld accept working control ofthe Rock Island with out a full merger The plan was am as he arose at his usual hour He died at 2 pm am CDT seven hours and 35 minutes later A stroke on Jan 7 had partially paralyzed his left sidebut he had recov ered somewhat and in recent weeks had resumed his seat in Parliament H fCO1 His only child Mrs Indira waswith himwhen he died A was in large team attendance of doctors The US Embassy its medical staff and but aneni bassy spokesman said the Indi an not request fense minister a year earlier when Indiainvaded and seized the Portuguese west coast en claves of G6a Damao and piu after failing to persuade the Portuguese they should Cleave the subcontinent as the British and French had done For this exploit Nehru was widely criti1 cized as being inconsistent with his preachments but he claimed India had no alternative in re gard to foreign rule A great test of Nehrus neu tralism came in the fall of 1962 when Communist China un leashed a powerful attack along the Himalayan border and moved into longdisputed frpn i As the Chinese drove back his poorly equipped army Nehru assumed neardictatorial ppwr erspledgedafight final victoryis achieved and turnedto the West and to Rus sia for weapons rqstate rtroublehis first seri ous illness after advancing into old age with unusual bounce and vigor He recovered but in the ensuing months his appearance aged rapidly The 1962 Chinese invasion act ed as a restorative and he rel spond ed with his old But after the onemonth undeclared war ended his energy began to ebb again Officials announced Nehrus body wbuldlie ih his residence and the doors would be open all night to let people Thiirsiiayi mprhihgj the bpldy be taken o u t in procesr sibni1 as Indians thef capital to the iurningground aquestionlthat hais pagued lri dia for years his vsuccessqr The m ads terielidjthlB reins of y and Adamantly refused to The an airliftjofiarms andit seefnecT that Indiahow ii Nehru will bercremated j spot near Mohandas Gandhi was cremated in 1948 A memprial to UGandhii iwas cpnipleted there L NANDA r temporarily has Bahadur Shastrii mannered 5fopt2 veteran of the1 rulingAllIndia Congress party and a close friend of After Nehrus vfirst he summoned Shastri Nehru stroke made hima Cabinet minister without portfolio and in charge But when Nehrus begaii recov eyerr reluctantly away frbin nonalignment iAlbitter Dispute then raging between Moscow arid Peking pyet what the Chinese consid ered a soft toward the West made for to avoid taking a clearcut stand however He K mained onfriendly terms with Moscow and while fighting the border warcontinued to main tain diplomatic relations with Peking and to support its bid for membership The Chinese abruptly ended their MINISTER JAWAHARLAL NEHRU are the principal countries but apparently Honduras and Guat emala also are involved Apparently there has been lit tle or no mass training in the area which really is not neces sary as thousands of exiles have been trained by the US rmy It is easier and more Tactical to use private planta ons in Central American jun areas to retrain handfuls of men The purpose of all this how ver apparently is infiltration already trained exiles into uba from the US through entral America for guerrilla clivities The exilesrealfze icy need active US support North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cbwdy through Ttwri day Lews Wednexky night near SO A little warmer ThurMJey 75W Weather Details en Page 2 described by management as much better for Rock Island shareholders than one negotiat ed lastyear Terms of the plan Union Pacific will offer to ex change shares of a new convertible preferred stock on a share for share basis for Rock Island common stock The Un ion Pacific also will guarantee holders who accept the offer an annual return of on the new shares for three years The new convertible preferred will be callable at a share but 0nly after five years Fol lowing the sixth year the call ering Shastri was elbowed aside and his political stock dropped Nehru was born an aristocrat Kashmiri Brahmin or the highest of the high among Hin dus But his compassion for his oppressed countrymen under British rule drove Nehru and his whole family into the inde pendence movement It meant years in British jails for him and his father the wealthy law yer Motilal Nehru and others in the The boy raised in the lap of luxury indoor and outdoor swimming pools at home ponies to ride anda British education 7pften disagreed with the mys tic and visionary Mohandas Gandhi but bowed to Gandhis will to attain the goal of inde pendence reached in mid August 1947 drive after a few weeks fight ing and ordered a ceasefire and troop pullback Pakistan the Moslem nation born of the 1947 independence strewnitfthe nations holy riy ers probably ftheVconfluence of the Gangesthe Jumna and the mythplpgical underground Sa rasvvati River UN paid to NeHru UNITED 6f respect for Prime Min UN Sibcurity Cbuhcil postponed for 24 hours its scheduled debate on Cam bodias charges of aggression against the United States and South View Nam Outside the headquar ters the blue and white flag of L B SHASTRI v successor and the Britishdrawn partition the world organization flew at of the subcontinent was Nehrus half staff greatest single continuing politi cal problem until the 1962 Chi nese invasion But fulLscale war between India J and Pakistan was averted Their closest and continuing confrontation of arms is in Kashmir the last prize in the independencegrab bag where their armies are sep arated by a UN truce line Nehru hadbeen in waning health for more than two years In March 1962 he was struck by Rusk to lead Nehru delegation WASHINGTON Sec retary of State Dean Rusk made emergency preparations Wed nesday to lead a highlevel US delegation to the funeral of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India Hughes invites industry MINNEAPOLIS firms thinking of other states Tuesday by were Gov encouraged Harold nd simultaneous uprising Sthin Cuba tb make an invasion ucceed Neither can be count ed on yet Semoza summed wp the preb em The people inside Cuba ieed to have their hopes raised e recent raids are intended to defeat Right now theUS ipparently is unwilling to sup ort invasion but this is an flection year and President Fohnson may find pressure on tim to do something about uba Another reason to believe that no invasion is imminent was Artimes statement in Caracas May 22 when he indicated that he still has differences with Manolo Ray leader oi another important exile faction For any invasion to succeed Artime and Ray would have to cooperate price will decreaseby a year until it reaches where it will remain Each of the new convertible preferred shares will have full voting rights and will be con vertible at any time at the op tion of the holder into 085 shares of Union Pacific common 85 per cent of one Song Dedicated to Mrs Kennedy WASHINGTON sing er Joan Baez appearing Tues day night on the twohoar salute to the President program dedi cated one of her songs to a very living ember of the very beautiful Jacqueline Kennedy The song ended with the line Oh my trials Lord soon be over WASHINGTON dent Johnson announced Wed nesday an historic consular treaty with the Soviet Union and termed the event a significant step in building understanding between the American and Sov iet peoples The treaty announced simul taneously in Washington and Mbscew will provide for the opening of consular offices in the two countries It is the first treaty ever negotiated between the United States arid the Soviet Union Johnson citing the advan tages which he expects this country to receive as a result of the agreement said tha when the treaty takes effec Americans detained in the So viet Union for any reasons wil be assured ofaccess without de lay to American consular offi cials George Reedy White Hous press secretary was asked whetherthis would apply to any Americans who might be ar rested Pn espionage charges The statement says for any reasons Reedy replied Johnson said the agreement which must be ratified by the Senate before it can take effect will be signed in Moscow on June 1 Foy Kohler US ambassador Minister Andrei Gromykp is ex pected to sign for Russia In announcing the completion if lengthy negotiations on the TREATY Continued on Page 2 Inside The Globe in Moscow will sign United Soviet for the Foreign LUC I JOHNSON up for dad Story on Page Editorials 4 North Iowa news 5 Sports news 13U Mason City news Clear Lake news Comics Classified pages 2425 By then Gandhis mission was over for all practical purposes and Nehru undertook the per haps even more arduous task of trying to make a democracy of as curious a crazy quilt pattern of excolonial areas princedoms and satrapies as the world has known present population about 470 million As an elder statesman Gandhi lasted less than six til his assassination Jan 30 1948 and Nehru then became sole leader He believed neither capitalism nor socialism alone would work for India and he instituted a form of state socialism for tieavy industry and utilities cepting foreign aid where he could get it for these and spon soring private works where pos sible Nehru steered a careful but perilous course in world politics and won denunciations from both sides of the cold war as well as praise and cooperation from the nonaligned or neutral jnations Much of the Wests dissatis action with Nehru resultec from the way hisforeign policy was dealt out at the United Na tions and elsewhere by his ven TV movies bod for our children By G K HODENFEIUD AP Educition Writer CHICAGO AP Ameri can child is being exploited by magazine and book publishers nd the producers of movies omous roving defense minister V K Krishna Menon Menon leftist antiWesterner fell from grace through lack of prepared ness for the Chinese invasion India in 1962 Menon was the hjghriding dc nd television programs says rs Herman Grant editor of he PTA Magazine These people could do so ery much for oar children he said in an interview esday The tragic truth is that hey really do so little Mrs Grant spoke out on inal day of the 68th annual con ention of the National Con ress of Parents and Teachers The movies have practically xhausted every aberration ant leviation known to mankind he said The only hopefu hing is that Hollywood may ucceed in making depravity a dismal bore Unfortunately at the same imc they may make a bor out of many of the good and useful and elevating things in ife Mrs Grant said Television in spite of its frequent promise to produce entertaining and in structive childrens programs remains a on rom their sensational and often misleading titles and editorial omeons their gimmicks and mined dren Mrs with dangers to chi Grant noted that man agazines have begun recent to feature discussions of chools and education But she aid if these people were real f serious about doing a service children they would refrain Hughes of Iowa to set up new plants in their neighbor state to the south Hughes stressed that our visit is not intended to be a raiding party But on the other hand should expansion of your operations by establishment a branch plant in some stats other i than Minnesota become necessary you may be sure you will find in Iowa many of the same attributes and background that make you feel at home ia Minnesota The governor led delegation of some 50 Iowa industrialists and financial exports Hughes said that both states are blessed with the good life adding Both have ex evices that make it evidentPerienced growing pains over ley are less interested in pre enting fact than in stirring up fiction When they want to increase irculation they follow a tried ndtrue formula First they ut in a reducing diet If that loesnt do it they tell the 16 vays to tease a girls hair And if that doesnt work hey can always attack the chools Mrs Grant leveled the same riticism at the publishers of many current books SAME Black FUf Metni In Ihe years as the age of indus rialization and specialization made their impacc He said Iowa has onefifth of the nations top 500 manufactur ing firms represented by some 200 plants within the borders of the state He stated that nearly 850 new industries branch plants and expansions have oc curred in his state during the past nine years Mason Cityans In the tion were Robert Isensee Wil liam L Cameron Allen Patton and Ray N Rorick all of Ihe local industrial promotion group Although the meeting was to boost Iowa as a whole par ticular interest was expressed by the Mason Cityans because of Mason Citys location as the nearest large Iowa city to Min nesota The Mason Cityans met per sonally with representatives of several Minnesota industries which have expressed interest in MasonuCity locations