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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                NIKITA MOSCOW UP Usually reliable spurces said Thurs day Premier Khrushchev has resigned Brezhnev has taken over as first secre tary of the Communist party the key job in this and Alexei Kosy gin has become premier the sources said There was no official con firmation Khrushchevs name was Thursday night from an official list of So viet leaders The unexpected exit of Khrushchev from the dom inant positionin the Soviet Union which he h a s held BREZHNEV KOSYGIN for almost a decade was de cided upon at meetings of the partys central commit tee beginning Monday the informants said Whenthe meeting ended and the de cision came was unclear They said Mikhail Sus lov a top aide of Joseph Stalin and the Kremlins chief spokesman in its dis7 pute with Communist China delivered the key re port to the central commit tee Brezhnev 57 has been regarded for some time as Khrushchevs most likely successor Khrushchev him self appeared to be elevat Brezhnev sketch Page 2 ing the bush browed for mer steel worker into that position For the last t o days Khrushchev 70 has not been seen or mentioned publicly He met a French minister at his vacation home on the Black Sea on Tuesday but the minister Gaston Palewski was hus tled out of town with un expected haste afterward Kosygin 60 has been a first deputy premier He ran the government during Khrushchevs frequent long trips abroad The government newspa per Izvestia which usually publishes m the evening delayed its appearance un til Friday morning It will coincide with publication of the Communist party news paper Pravda Such simultaneous pub lication is t h e traditional way of making announce ments of supreme impor tance here A collection of black lim ousines was noted Thurs day morning outside the headquarters of the partys central committee indicat ing a major meeting Unconfirmed reports ear lier said Premier Khrush chev had returned to Mos cow from a vacation on the Black Sea but he was not listed among those attend ing a Kremlin luncheon for the visiting president of Cuba Osvaldo Dorticos Tor rado Every other active mem ber of the Soviet Commu NiKITA Continued on Page 2 if Nikita rumors topple stocks NEW YORK U1 The stock market fell sharply just after noon Thursday on reports that important developments were brewing in Moscow NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1944 UOe ConsIsLi o Two Asiocuted Presi Full Leiu Wlrei No 213 LBJ asks full Jenkins probe s Jenkins Johnson have been close friends for 25 years FBI Calls in on an s policy Almost is a religion By JIM BECKER TOKYO AP Tokyo resi dents say the safest way to send money home here is to stuff a wallet full and throw it out the window of a moving taxicab Chances arc when you get home a Japanese man will be wailing lor you to give you the wallet back intact Of course if there was no name or address in the wallet it might lake a little longer Visitors for the Olympic Games also are finding that honesty in Japan is not only the bcsl policy but seems to be some sort of slate religion Three stones are typical involving an athlete an official and a woman spectator The athlete reported that he bought an expensive pearl neck lace for his girl friend at home and then left it in a taxicab When he returned to the Olympic village he found his taxi driver sitting in the lobby holding the pearl necklace and looking over every alhlele who went through the gate so he could give it back to the right man And he wovldnt take a reward The woman paid 50 cents instead of a quarter for a minor blouse mending job at her hotel She spent a long day at the swimming pool and when she returned she found the Japanese STORM tornado spawned by hur ricane Isbell ripped through a mobile home park at Briny Breezes Fla demolishing an estimated 25 de Pholofax luxe trailers Mayor Hugh David of Briny Breezes right looks over the damaged homes American German share Nobel oworcf in medicine STOCKHOLM Sweden Feodor Lynen 53 was born in The 1964 Nobel Prize for McdiMunich aml professor and director ol the Biochemical seamstress had been sitting injcinc was awarded jointly of the Max Planck the hotel lobby all day waiting day to American Konrad B to return the 25 cents land German Feodor Lyncn for cell Chemistry He married in 1937 and has five Circulatory diseases are theAvinners the awarding body said orcmosl cause of death in Bloch was credited with bril many areas of the world Theiliant investigations which have great majority of these casesjshown how cholesterol is buil The two were awarded theiCnndren And the official drank prize for their discoverIn its citation the awarding ly and excessively one evening jies concerning the mechanism Collcgc of Professors of the and became separated from rcguiauon of cholesterol Royal Caroline Institute noted wallet with hundreds of dollars and official badges and tickets He had no idea where to start looking in 1944 It took two days but eventuali ly a bartenders mother arrived Bloch 52 was born at with the wallet money and Germany and studied at the and fatly acid metabolism that cholesterol during recent Bloch is Germanborn and years has become a word ol became a naturalized Amcricanjcommon USage in relation to the connection of arteriosclerosis to idietary and blood cholesterol Aide had access to security Was family treasurer WASHINGTON AP Wal ter W Jenkins who quit Wed nesday night as President Johnsons top aide has been an employe and close asso ciate of Johnson for most of the last 25 years The JenkinsJohnson com bination started in 1939 re mained intact as Johnson moved successively from the House to the Senate to the vice presidency and then last year into the presidency There was no harder work ing man in the government friends said of Johnson long has expected his various aides to match his own long hours and insistence on a job well done It became a standing joke among their friends that Mrs Jenkins appeared first at the parties to which they were in vited and that Jenkins de layed by work showed up hours later Persons familiar with Jen kins duties say he worked on a variety of domestic political legislative and personal tasks for Johnson He attended some National Security Council mcelings and had access to any information the President had Jenkins may have kept notes on Se curity Council meetings occa sionally for the President but prime responsibility in this field fell to McGeorge Bundy In addition to his public duties Jenkins for a time was treasurer of the Lyndon B Johnson family corporation WALTER JENKINS AT DESK IN 1963 iavc a gravely disturbed meta bolism The prerequisite for correcting faulty function is to up from acetic acid Cholesterol a fatty substance Chest nears 70 per cent II 1 I V 1VI1IVIILT1IJOIU know the intimate details of ihcoccurnnS in some foods and cchanisms involved also developed by the body it The therapy against these has been suspected as circulatory diseases and related a causc of artcriosclerosisar disturbances in steroid hardening or narrowmg mctabolism will in the future and of coronary heart attacks rest upon the firm foundation especially if present in the sys laid by Thursdays Nobel prize lcm in larSe quantity Swedens Royal Caroline Insti helping with the first familys business affairs Jenkins for all his duties and activities has kept out of the limelight most of the time But he drew attention during the Senates investiga tion of Bobby Baker former secretary to the Senate ma jority Don B Reynolds a Silver Spring Md insurance sales The Community Chest total Thursday neared the 70 per cent mark with a total of 55622 per cent of t h e quota for the seven Mason City Red Feather agencies Nearly of the amount came from block workers in the womens residential canvass for the Chest and more is coming from that source More of t h e business block solicitation is done than reports indicate Chest campaign lead crs pointed out since some re ports ate being held back by the volunteer block workers un til their solicitation is com pleted Wherever it is possible busi ess block workers arc bcin rged to turn in partial report the Chest office 9 E State his facilitates tabulation an uditing of returns which cing done by volunteers wh re able to work perhaps onl wo or three hours each The returns so far continu o be encouraging according t She and her son had spent the time tracing the man through his embassy They said they were it took so long North Iowa Weather outlook Clear Thursday night loc ally warmer lows in mid Friday continued fair slightly warmer highs 7540 Weather Details on Page 2 i Munich Technical University He married in 1041 and has tw ilutc said Lyncn has made the who sold of life Cambridge Mass where Bloch associated with Harvard SAME DATEW3521 Iforcmosl contribution lo clcar up Ihe different enzymatic i steps of the fatly acid cycle H Yanks 000 003 0025 7 2 Cards 000 330 10x7 10 1 See details on Sports Page BLOCH LYNEN insurance covering President Johnson said that at Jenkins request he had purchased ad vertising time on the Johnson familys Austin Tex tele vision station Jenkins signed a ssvorn statement denying that he knew anything about the ar rangemcnts for purchase of the advertising which Reyn olds said he did not need Re publicans on the Senate Rules Committee demanded t h a Jenkins be called for direc FRIENDS Continued on Page 2 rive leaders The schools di ision first over the top ha dded another to bring its ecordsettihg total to iven by school staff members The latest group of employes the case Morals coverup charge by GOP WASHINGTON Presi dent Johnson has ordered a complete FBI investigation of the circumstances related to the resignation of White House aide Walter Jenkins The Presidents action was announced by FBI Edgar Hoover From Republican National Chairman Dean Burch came a charge Johnson had cov ered iip for S1A years an rest of Jenkins on a moral charge in 1959 7 Jenkins quit his White House post Wednesday afterdisclosure of another such arrest here last week Hoover said in a statement The President communicat ed with me immediately upon being advised of the Walter fenkins matter andinstructed hat be a full and com lete investigation of the mat er without delay This investigation is in prog ress and as soon as all facts are obtained they will be for warded to the Presidents This was the first official word from the FBI on the mat ter However it was learned that the FBI had investigated Jenkins for a security clear o reach their quota is the ance ance in 1958 but never since that time The 1958 check was reported to have turned up noth ing that might have reason for denying Jenkins security clear lobeGazette workers Like lose already on the honor roll xceeding goals the Globe roup not only made the over ill quota total but did it with 00 per cent participation of he employe staff In encouraging early report ng by volunteers it was an nounced that the Chest office will be open until 9 pm Fri day Burch issued a brief state ment on Jenkins arrest and aid he would say no more un il Johnson addresses the nation Thursday night said he at would talk about the case on television Thursday night The reference was to a 10 minute campaign talk Johnson has scheduled for 8 to pm The COP chief sumed Johnson Individuals who have not had an opportunily lo give or pledge 411 4 Virt si ir A and throughout business iiours Saturday for the convenCST over the Columbia Bfbad icncc of workers turning in recasting System television net ports I work A Democratic source said had no reason to believe John contributions to the drive alsosons taped speech would deal with any other subject than nu clear power Burch Mid the Walter Jenk ins episode raises grave ques tions of national security which only the President can and The story up to now is only partially revealed may call at the office or mail contributions to Mason City Community Chest E State On the inside North Iowa news Editorial 4 Cub Gazette t Society news Clear Lake nnws Sports news 13H Latest markets U Mason City news 1417 Comics II Transit timetable X Classified pages Hll who II Warren Report NOW ON SALE AT GLOBEGAZETTE BUSINESS OFFICE flSO He continued President Johnson talks aboutresponsibility BOW has the responsibility to ex plain why he covered up for 5V Jan 15 lis top aide has been arrested on a similar perversion charge Police records show Jenfcint was arrested again Oct 7 on a morals charge Knowing as he must the vulnerability of morals offend JfNKIMS Ptfe 1   

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