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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                from US firms Girl killed as truck hits horse Ruth Prcstein VOL Reds ask for more wheat Feelers sent to Canada By JOSEPH R SLEVIN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTONRussian of ficials quietly have begun nego tiations to buy a large additional quantity of Canadiar wheat The Soviet Union wants the grain shipped later this year and during the first half of 1965 It expects to need the wheat to offscl a disappointing crorV Word of the Russian feelers is being received with great satis faction in Washington as weil as in Ottawa The Soviet purchases not only will bolster world grain m a r k e t s but they will strengthen the balanccofpay ments position of both Canada and Ihe US Officials say they cannol gauge the of the Russian orders bul they declare they have every reason to believe the purchases will be substan tial The Russians arc ex pected to delay a decision on quantities until they finish harv esting their winter wheat in July and get an accurate fix on the of their spring wbeal crop The USSR had a severe crop failure last year initial reports indicate that this years harvest will be better but still well below the amount that the Soviets need The Russians normally grow 53 million tons of wheat Lasl years poor crops forced them to buy close to 12 million tons from Canada and Ihe US They contracted for mil lion of grain in Canada then pieced out their requirements by placing million of or ders in this country Administration officials hope lhat some of Ihe Russian pur chases again will be made here hut they anlicipatc that any sales will be for relatively small quantities The Russians arc paying for most of their US wheat dur ing the first half of The transactions temporarily arc contributing to a reduction in the critical US balanccofpay mcnls deficit The USSR has to sell gold to get currency to pay for the Canadian and US wheat The bulk of the gold sales are made to Ibc Free World gold pool ir London and the US collect part of the gold as a member ol the group The pool transferred million of metal to the U S Treasury in April hclpUie UrsCasnwcliasaCanSadaS rockcletl toward tllc moon Tucs Thc big dominion is this counclay with tne mission of taking trys largest single customer scvcral thousand closcup photo and its Russian earnings help 2raPhs arcas where American pay for the goods that it buys may land in The newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors Home Edition MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 28 UOc Paper 0 Two SectionsSection No 145 Castro rakes U S anew REALCOOL DOSporting the newest Pans hair hahat a model lor Designer Jacques Esterel shows his fcimrnickoftheseason at an afternoon cocktail party in lans Asked how she felt with the shavedhead style she said cool She wears a fur hat pulled well back on her head Ranger heads for the moon CAPE KENNEDY AP Rangcl 7 spacecraft was An AtlasAgcna rocket blasted into the sky at am CST to start thcqiiarlermiliionmilc journey which hopefully will end six years of frustration for US moon shots The great rocket 104 feet tall and weighing 138 tons spouted a torrent of redorange flame and sent a thunderous roar across Cape Kennedy as it bar reled away from its launching pad The early the flight The upper stage engine was to reignile for a short burst to kick the spacecraft free of its orbit at about 24800 miles an IJ IJ U 1XVI IVUlll i in 13 was killed about 11 aPPcared normal as the big Tuesday when a truckboostcr Pitcned over on a south struck the horse she was riding csut ncadm8 and streaked from am The accident occurred on Highway 18 on the eastern city limits of Frcdericksburg The girl and a companion Sherri sight after about three minutes If all goes well the spacecraft will reach the moon about 8 am CST Friday and before crashing will transmit its pic tures The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced eight minutes after launching that the Atlas first stage appar ently had performed as planned during the first five minutes of flight and that the Agena sec ond stage had ignited and gone Crabtrcc 14 had left the Prcs tein farm home about a quar termile from the scene of the accident and were riding along the shoulder of the highway into Frcdericksburg The driver of the eastbound truck was Kenneth M Staff 23 Elgin He said he passed the Crabtrcc girl when the victims horse bolted into the path of his truck In attempting to avoid striking Ihe girl and horse he veered to his left and crashed against an embankment on the left side of the road overturning the truck which was hauling shelled corn The impact threw the horse and rider about 50 feet across the highway She is the daughter of Everett Prcstein The Crabtrcc girls parents arc the Roger Crablrces of Frcdericksburg Neither the Crabtrcc girl nor the driver of the truck were in jured The two girls were classwas mates and were eighth gradci WKK k graduates of the Frcdericksburg Community School last spring 1arrcl to into a socalled parking orbil 120 miles above the earth The flight plan called for i Senate rules defeated Wont tell interests WASHINGTON AP The Senale has lurned down pro posed new rules for disclosure f the outside financial interests rf its members and top em ployes Instead it has thrown its sup port to selling up a 17mcmbcr commission lo conduct a Iwo year study of measures to in sure high ethical standards among all federal officials Democratic leader Mike Vlansficld of Montana cxprcss ng surprise over the turn of events in the Senate Monday night indicated he wanted to explore Ihe situation before making a decision The financial disclosure reso lutions 111 a I wenl down to defeat were the outgrowth of the Sen ale Rules Committees investi gation of the forlune Bobby Uaker accumulalec1 while secre tary of Ihe Senates Democratic majority The committee recommended a new Senate rule requiring sen ators and all Senale employes earning over a year to disclose annually their major outside financial not the value of their holdings nor the income derived fron Ihcm Bul Monday nightthe Senate voted 18 to 39 to send this pro posal back lo Ihe committee with instructions lhat il rcpor oul forthwith a substitute mcas c providing for establishment CONEY ISLAND IN of Jap anese mass on the beach at Katase near Tokyo after the monthlong rainy season cornea to an 4 more Yanks are added to Vief toll SAIGON Viet Nam AP platoon in broad daylight Communist guerrillas killcdjin the middle of a Roman Caih our American servicemen Tucsolic village 10 miles northwest day made plans for a big boost in ts military manpower in South Viet Nam One of the dead was an Army major shot to death by a Viet et was in the precise position mol over the South Atlantic Ocean to restart its engine to put Rang er 7 on the proper route to the federal govern moon hour Mom daughter each have 14 Texas children HOUSTON Tex AP Mrs Elarry W Weber went homcfycar lo disclose annually their from St Josephs Hospital income their financial day with her 14th child and dealings lowans voted against rule WASHINGTON AP Two proposals calling for public dis closure of outside incomes and financial assets by United States senators were opposed Monday night by Sen Bourke B Hicken loopcr Hickenloopcr voted against a proposal which would have re quired senators and Senate em ployes paid more than 510000 a line Mrs Webers mother Mrs Parker A Tallcy also had M children All of them were born at St Josephs too One difference though Mrs Wcbcr 3G said Ive had mine faster We both had our first child when we were 20 and she was 43 when she had her 14th N Iowa farmer is killed in explosion OUT OF HOSPITAL NEW HAMPTON A New Hampton area farmer Thomas P Webb 24 was killed in an explosion on a neighboring farm Monday night Webb was killed when a gas barrel he had been using to haul water exploded when he lit a match to see how full the barrel L 300 watpr his farm from the Elmer Wich man farm two miles cast of HOI I vwnnn c Sncc llis wdl vvcnl H O L L W 0 0 D tfi Stan three days ago Laurel is out of t h c hospital after 10 days of tests to correct his insulin dosage for diabetes North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy scattered showers and shifting winds and cooler Tuesday night lows 5863 Generally fair and cooler Wednesday highs near 80 He had the tank on a pickup truck at Ihe lime of the acci dent One end of the barrel was blown off and the impact threw Webb 20 feet against a wood fence He was dead on arrival at a New Hampton hospital His wife Joke and five monthold son were standing nearby when the barrel explod ed but were not injured Other survivors include his mother Margaret Webb a brother William and a sister Lavonc all of New Hampton Funeral services are pending at the LarkinMartin Funeral Home New Hampton Sen Jack Miller R Iowa was not present bul he was rc jcorded as opposing the proposal She is booted out of court for bad dress NEWARK NJ Judge William A Consodinc calls for order in his Essex County courtroom he also means orderly appearance When a fiftyish woman wear ing yellow slacks appeared as a witness in a divorce proceeding Monday the judge refused lo lei her testify until she was more suitably atlircd Consodinc told the woman t is not my personal dignity you affront but the dignity of the stale of New Jcrscv as the US government of Saigon Two Army officers and an Air Force man were killed by mine scl off under their jeep as they drove in a convoy of five Election bungled Miss Blatt is in HARRISBURG Pa ryBTm ing the case lo Ihe US IVtmie trni L LW UIC UQ anxious lo get on with the cam paign says Gencvicvc Blalt as a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision virtually assures her the Democratic nomination to Ihe US Senate aflcr Ihrce months of primary ballol counl ing The court sustaining a lower court decision ruled that ma chine ballots cast in blank spaces under the name of one of her opponents may not be counted The decision gave Miss Blatt state sccrclary of inlcrnal af airs a 500vote margin of vic ory over Justice Michael A Musmanno of the Stale Supreme Court The third candidate in the race was never in the run ning Most people in the party are to concede I won the nomination M i s s Blatt said after learning of the court de cision Weve been talking plans but we havent actually anxious to get that Mus laid any Im on with it Noting reports manno was considering appeal On the inside Editorials Farm news Su prcme court Miss Blatt added I personally dont sec any grounds that this is appealable to the Supreme Court of the Uniled Stales Certainly if he wanls to take it there well answer it and Im sure well win just as we did here Miss Blatl 50 is serving her third fouryear term as internal affairs secretary When origi nally elected to the post in 1954 MISS BLATT Victory on quirk Chicles on a road 21 miles outh of Saigon The toll of Americans killed n aclion in Ihis Communist nenaced nation since December rose to 1G3 Up lo 3000 more American military advisers and training personnel may be sent to swel the US force of about 10250 al ready in the country No exten sion of the Americans limited combat role was in prospect however The South Vietnamese gov eminent announced the nev buildup Monday after a confer once belwccn Premier Nguyen Khanh and US Ambassadoi Maxwell D Taylor A US spokesman said the ar rival of personnel would be gradual and the number now planned might be changed circumstances developed This increase in US aid as well as other aid from friendly countries granled at the request of the Vietnamese government should be construed as a warn ng lo Ihe Communists in Hanoi Mason City new 67J Clear Lake news 3 910 1112 13 she became the first woman in Pennsylvania history lo hold a statewide office In the November election she ill seek to unseat US Sen Hugh Scolt whr was nominated by the Republicans for a sec ond term A likely issue in the campaign is the conservatism of Republican presidential can didate Barry Goldwalcr whom Scott has not yet said he will iupporl Despilc Ihe threemonth delay certifying Ihe outcome of the North Viet government the capital of Khanhs said The communique said US tici would be increased in the ollowing fields More military advisers for Vietnamese armed forces espe cially at battalion level and in he Navy and Air Force More US Special Forces of guerrilla war experts to advise Vietnamese special forces more effectively and increase guards T gainst outside Red infiltralion from Sports news Society news Comics Classified pages 1415 North Iowa news 16 primary Ihe secretary was far from disheartened I dont think the delay has hurt me she speculated in fact it may have been a help hy all the attention focused on it More advisers for Vietnam ese regional and mililia forces More civilian advisers especially for economic devel opment administration health police agriculture and social af fairs More troop carrying heli copters flaredropping planes and personnel to keep them flying South Viet Nam has an army of 200000 and a 200000man paramilitary force The Viet Cong is believed In have about ROOOO fighters Guerrilla ex perts estimate that it takes at least 10 soldiers to cope with one guerrilla IMioiolax CHURCHILLS CAREER A V for victory sign is giv en by Sir Winston Churchill as he leaves the House of after what may have been his last appearance there in piclure above Churchill is shown as he ap peared about shortly aflcr he began a career in Parliament that has spanned 01 years Churchill who will be DO years old in November is not seeking reelection his fall Anatomy of the Rochester riot ROCHFSTFP vv Silent tribute to Winston L 0 N 1 0 N Winston Churchill closed out Monday his career in Britains Mother of Parliaments his lifrlong stage and springboard into history Bent but smiling ho shnffku slowly to his scat in the House of Commons for what was prob ably his last time as a member The House its members appar ently mindful that no cheers of theirs could live up to the his ROCHESTER NY Helen Myricks was pleased with the way things were turning out There was collected for the playground from the sale of barbecue sandwiches hot dogs and punch Now the last record was spinning and the street dance would end The people especially the teenagers seemed to be enjoying them selves Then someone came to Gone Stevens whose wife Carrie was one of the dance organizers with Mrs Myricks and said Some boy over there is caus ing a fuss Stevens had been keeping an eye on things This was just n last minute kind of dance for the people on the block Friday nights had been too full of hell raising in the Negro section as it was U was wise to keep an eye open Stevens told the boy to quiet down So did some oth ers He wouldnt So Stevens went lo the Myricks porch where Iwo white patrolmen An Ccrrctto and Roger Ba con were standing We walked up to this guy says Ccrrclto and we didnt even get a chance to ask him to leave He started yelling and re sisting and swinging The next thing we were all on Ihe ground Bacon and me and the guy We put the cuffs on him But this crowd that was dancing and enjoying itself turned on us They yelled for iis to take off the cuffs and let the guy go They wedged between us Two plainclolhcsmcn who wcr al the end of Nassau Street on Joseph Avenue came from Iheir car to help us They wore Dan Funk and Sal Arnone Then everything let ioosc Ei ther Dan or Sal I dont know which got back and radioed for help It was pm Friday July 25 the minute the hour the day the date the year that thriving comfortable Roch ester learned how a riot is born But there is no time for his tory in the birth of a riot The communication system of a riot is rumor Rumor moves faster than any electronic de vice It jumps rivers and walls and buildings It has a music sirens It has a color red for th blood on mens hands That call for help put through by Funk or Arnnnc brought cars with sirens and lights The riot that had just been born mushroomed grotesquely Rocks and stones and old hrick from a large empty lot on Joseph Avenue near Nassau Street greeted the squads Men and boys and women and girls jeered and swore at police Wire RIOTING Continued on 2 toric occasion continued with its business Tuesday members will vote a rare and undoubtedly unani mous Iribule lo the man who has always described himself as a child of Ihe House of commons The House tribute to him isi modeled on one offered to the Duke of Wellington on his retire ment from politics more Ihan a century ago ami nnl repeated since 3 PLANES CRASH TAIPEI Formosa Three Nalionalisl Chinese air force transport planes with 18 per sons aboard crashed Monday night during training maneu vers in southern Formosa Vows to return gunfire Angered at alleged murder SANTIAGO Cuba Icl Castro launched a new al ack at the United States Mon Jay night declaring that Cuba vill answer shot for shot if another man is murdered by US Marines at the Guantana no naval base The Cuban prime minister ield a news conference or 33 American newsmen visit ng Cuba at his invitation and 40 ither foreign newsmen who ame to Santiago for the cele iration of his 2Gth of July revo ulionary movement Castro again rejected US lenial of his charge that US Marines killed a Cuban sentry at the Guantanamo border two veeks ago What is important is that believe and know lhat this hap ened and the Soviet Union also knows it Castro said If another of our men is murdered we will not have an other alternative but to answer shot for shot independently of vhat the American government relieves or not The Soviet Union knows It we are forced to take measures sve would not be looking for war Caslro made clear that he would not give up his ties with the Soviet Union to improve re lations with the United States The United States tries to maintain a cold war with us and al Ihe same time wauls to im prove relations with the Soviet Union he said That objective will not be ac complished Cuba will not toler ate being separated from Socialist bloc Castro dwelt at length how ever on the chance of improv ng relalions with Ihe Uniled States We have no resentment Tgainsl the American people ic said it would be stupidity not to be willing to discuss our differences If there is willingness a way vill be found We want to dis cuss but arc not in any hurry and we are prepared not to have liplomatic and commercial re alions with the United Statcj 01the next 20 years Cedar Rapids earthquake postponed COLLEGE PARK Md AP Thursday Cedar Rapids owa will be ravaged by carlh ftiakc fire and hcory only however A group of 60 of the nalioni cading fire chiefs and cduca ors are tackling this hypolhcti al problem at the University of ilarylnml to lay guidelines for landling major peacetime tiro atastrophics and related prob ems Lessons learned from the ex ercise will form the basis throughout the country for de veloping fire chiefs ability commanders and lo establish n curriculum for fire officer edu cation While the earthquake wni originally scheduled for Monday it was decided that several warmup exercises would be de sirable so the chiefs could be come familiar with the equip merit lo simulate Ihe calnslro phic conditions SAME Ment It hi fid tl   

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