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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                grove 90yearold is stricken The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Home Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 19 1H4 lite Paper Two OM AuoeUUd Frew roll Wlrw 214 NEW YORK AP Former President Herbert C Hoover passed a comfortable night and his massive internal bleeding has stopped but the outlook L grave a medical bulletin said Monday The bulletin said the 90year old Hoover was in a state o unresponsiveness Hoovers two sons Allan and Herbert Jr were in their fathers Waldorf Astoria Towers suite wilh him Dr M i c h a e I J Lepore Hoovers personal physician is sued the bulletin at am No further report was planned before 3 pm except in the event of a significant change in condition Dr Lepores bulletin said The gastrointestinal bleed ing has been arrested and his blood count has been restored to normal Huweyer massive tess of blood into his gastrointes tinal tract has resulted in the accumulation of toxic products in his bloodstream which have induced a state of unresponsive ness the bulletin said Efforts have been undertak en to clear his system of these toxic elements but the outlook is grave it added A presr spokesman for Hoover declined to elaborate on the state ot unresponsiveness mentioned in the bulletin Hoovers third attack of inter nal bleeding within 16 months struck him early Sunday He was in his Waldorf Towers suite where he has been confined by failing health most of the time for two years A late afternoon medical bul letin said Hoover was comfor table and in no pain The bulle tin signed by three physicians said that Hoover remained critically ill Blood loss from the upper gastrointestinal tract has con tinued but it appears lessening Replacement of blood by trans fusions has kept pace with the losses which have been large the bulletin said His blood pressure pulse and vital signs are stable The prognosis is extremely guarded especially in view of the patients advanced The bulletin was issued by Dr Michael J Lepore Hoovers personal physician and Drs Howard Patterson and J Beall Rodgers Neil MacNeil a press spokes man for Hoover and former assistant managing editor of the New York Times said the cur rent illness began at pm Saturday The initial report said the bleeding occurred during the ublic Red peace vows Soviet Cosmos satellites spying on the US Defense experts are sure TED KENNEDY DESCRIBES CRASH Tightened seat belt Crash like a toboggan ride BOSTON Sen Edward M Kennedy Monday described the plane crash in which his back was broken four months ago as jiist like a toboggan ride along the tops of trees Kennedy Democratic junior senator from Massachusetts 600 we broke out of the fog and I could see trees night as two nurses tending Hoover were at WASHINGTON AP De fense experts said Monday they are sure Soviet Cosmos satel lites are being used to spy on the United States The Soviet Union last Wednes day launched the 48th in a se ries of Cosmos satellites which the Russians describe as un manned scientific spacecraft probing radiation belts and other phenomena The Russians have been send ing Cosmos satellites aloft since March 1962 Some still are in orbit following paths that take them over toe United States at altitudes ranging from about 120 miles to nearly 300 miles At such altitudes sophisticat ed cameras can get clear and detailed pictures of features on the ground US reconnaissance satellites about which the Air Force and Defense Department are silent are believed to operate at about 300 miles altitude while passing over Soviet and Ret Chinese territory Information from these US Samos reconnaissance satellite may have played a part i alerting theiUnited States week ago to the imminence of Re Chinas first atomic test blast which occurred last Friday If so it would have boon joint effort with U2 plane which Rep Chet Holifield say It was apparent to me that we were going to crash pulled my seat belt tight I I pact ground Then there was nothing but silence was conscious of the im and of sliding alongthe A medical bulletin issued by Dr Lepore at am Sunday was the first public word that Hoover had taken a turn for the worse It told of the sudden and massive hemorrhage and of the transfusions Hoovers younger son Allan arrived at the suite sick room shortly after the announcement The former presidents other son Herbert Jr was out of the city but arrived later Hoovers wife the former Lou Henry died in 1944 MacNeil said that Hoover who has not made a public ap pearance in 17 months had been following current events with great interest r When we started to land loosened my seat belt and turned he said Kennedy said he watched the altimeter reading descend frorr 1000 down to 600 feet All we could see was fog he said Just as we reachci lie plane and then he 3cn Bayh say he smelled gas umes and expressed fear the lane might catch fire Up to that point Kennedy aid I was not sure what I was going to do then I was and younger brother of the latej He said the Bayhs got out of President John F Kennedy de scribed crash in his first news conference since the June 19 accident in western Massa chusetts The senator suffered a bro ken back in the crash and has been hospitalized since The pilot of the plane and a Kennedy aide were killed Kennedy and Sen Birch Bayh DInd and Mrs Bayh had left Washington to fly to Springfield Mass to attend the Massachusetts State Democratic Convention Kennedy said he was seated behind the pilot facing the rear of the plane have been providing pictures fo three years on what is believe to be Red Chinas atomic ener gy plant Holifield a Californi Democrat is vice chairman o the SenateHouse Atomic Ener gy Committee Space Agency officials say the United States knows little about COSMONAUTS NEW SOVIET Alexei Kosygin right new Soviet premier stands with threeman Soviet space team atop Lenin mausoleum during the cosmonauts welcome in Mos Photofax Claim lead in space 3man cosmo team honored MOSCOW AP The new leader of the Soviet Union Leonid I Brezhnev proclaimed Monday a policy of peaceful co existence disarmament and equality among Communist parties Brezhnev made his first per sonal statement of policy the removal of Nikita Khru shchev in a speech to a Red Square reception for the three latest Soviet cosmonauts Brezhnev no to his takeover last Wednesday of Khrushchevs position as first secretary of the Soviet Commu nist party Khrushchev has disappeared since then In a 20minute address from atop Lenins Tomb Brezhnev said some people express dis quiet thatthev Soviet Union is far ahead of the United States in space flight Some estimates say two some years he added are pleased that SovietUriioh is ahead but we do not consider cosmic research as ind of a ra Brezhnev From left are cosmonaut Valentina Nikolayeva T 4 Tereshkova on hand for the welcoming ceremony saidu Dr Boris Yegorov Konstantin Fecktistov Col Vlad imirKomarovjandKosygin the beneht letcrmined I was not going to stay in the plane He then described how he crawled to the fear of the plane and how Bayh pulled him hrough a rear window I told him I couldnt move from the waist down I grabbed him around the neck and he pulled me out of the plane My legs just fell on the ground Kennedy was interviewed Cosmos hardware that launches it the rocket the satellite while strapped in the orthopedic frame to which he has been confined since the accident He said I do feel very well and do expect to be home for Christmas He said he expects to be able to take his seat when the Senate convenes in Janu ary itself or its equipment With its claimed new antisat ellite system the United States presumably could shoot down the Cosmos satellites if it con sidered them a serious threat Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara claimed last month that the American an tisatellite systems had scored several successful intercepts of US satellites up to hundreds of miles above the earth However any US moves against the Cosmos satellites would almost certainly at least be answered in kind The Unitec States probably would be the blinder of the two without its reconnaissance satellites since much of the Soviet Union and all of Red China are closed to inspection Russians and others enjoy greater freedom of move Iment on US soil JAMES P MITCHELL ian Nl VL I Ill I ikita aide is killed BELGRADE Yugoslaviaf The plane struck Avala Hill AP An airliner 120 feet below the sum bout 30 persons headed by mil The plane immediately Marshal Sergei S BiryuzovCaught fire witnesses reported who became the Soviet armed orces chief in the Khrushchev administration crashed and turned in a fog Monday All Debris was scattered in an area of more than half a mile Fire brigades and ambulances rushed to the scene Police aboard were killed Groping i j n nut c cordoned off the Rambler pact accord CM only one still out HERBERT HOOVER By AF MAHAN jdictcd DETROIT AP American dor car Motors Corp and the United Auto Workers Union reached agreement Monday on a new threeyear contract covering AMCs 24000 automotive divi Worlds Fair ends 64 run NEW YORK AP The New York Worlds Fair has gone into hibernation for six months The billiondollar exposition closed at midnight Sunday after a sixmonth run North Iowa Weather outlook Clearing Monday night lows In mid 20s Tuesday fair and continued cool highs in ttvt 50s sion empoyes and continuing profit sharing Left hanging however was agreement on a new pact that would cover 3000 in AMCs Kelvinator appliance division at Grand Rapids Mich Rambler and Ambassa production would be resumed Tuesday after a four day strike in support of UAW contract demands on AMC This would leave General Motors Corp the worlds No 1 automaker the only one shut by strike GM and the other two mem bers of the Big Three Ford and Chrysler reached nation alcontract agreement ahead o AMC A continuing walkout therej In the new national economic conceivably could cut off the companys automobile building Doors and fabrics for cars are made there as well as refrig erators and the like Another shutdown threat was on AMCs horizon BorgWarner Corp which supplies transmis sions is in new contract nego tiations with old contract sion on a daytoday basis Both AMC and the UAW pre i agrcement AMC workers ge Lhe higher pensions earlier retirement and wage gains won earlier in the Big Three pacts plus a share in profits if suffi ciently high In 1961 when the previou threeyear contracts were nego tiated AMC and the UAW set tied first and came up with th industrys only profitsharin plan It was diluted this time A ut retained after a minor fight General Motors despite its ew national economic agree ment has been shut 25 days ow by walkouts supporting demands made in attheplan icgotiations Locallevel work ng agreements here as else where supplement the nation a contract Agreement thus far has been reached by 78 of GMs 130 UAW jargaining units and the union s standing on its strike decision of Sept 25 that there will be no return to work until all or a whopping majority are wrapped up Ikes labor secretary Mitchell dies NEW YORK AP Jame P Mitchell 63 secretary o labor in the Eisenhower admin istration died Monday in hi suite at the Astor Hotel He apparently suffered a heart attack A physician was with him when he died the ho tel said Mitchell big and bluff but with an air of relaxed charm had little formal education but a vast background in person nel management when Presi dent Dwight D Eisenhower named him to the Cabinet in 1953 He had been an expert in la bor relations for New York de jarlment stores civilian man wwer chief for the armed orccs during World War II and assistant secretary of the Army Organized labor was luke warm to his appointment at or a landing after a flight from rtoscow the fourengine plane smashed into Avala Hill which ises to a height of 1700 feet 10 miles south of Belgrade It hit a wooded hillside a few lundred yards from a marble monument commemorating Yugoslavias Unknown Soldier Biryuzov 60 was chief of a Soviet delegation to attend the celebration Tuesday of the lib eration of Belgrade from Nazi occupation in World War II The delegation included many other area senior officers armed forces of the Soviet first Later AFLCIO President George Meany was to refer to nim as the greatest secretary of labor this country had ever had After leaving the Cabinet with the change of administra lion Mitchell returned to his native New Jersey and ran un FCC rejects Barry equal time request WASHINGTON Fed eral Communications Commis sion ruled Monday that Sen Barry Goldwater is not entitle to equal time on radio and tele vision to answer Presidcn Johnsons address to the natio Sunday night The vote was not announccc An FCC spokesman said would be disclosed when formal opinion on the Rcpubl can request for equal time landed down probably later in the week The FCC ruling followed an nouncement by all three major networks that they would not One engine of the plane land ed just below a hairpin road leading to the top of the moun tain Aleksander Kapetanovic a iteacher said I was leading a group of 20 pupils who were sightseeing on Avala At one moment the ane flew over Shortly after ard it crashed Zivojin Rislic a guardian of e monument said that hc was tting underneath the monu ment when there was an ex losion It was so strong that the hole monument shook he aid I ran out I saw on the oad a big airplane motor and lien I knew it was a plane that lad crashed I could not ap iroach the wreckage because ol SERGEI BIRYUZOV lames Then T ran to the hotel o phone for aid I heard two or hree more minor The air attache of the Soviet embassy here asked that the wreckage be cordoned off until the arrival from Moscow of a special commission to investi gate the accident Thousands roared their wel to the three cosmonauts the first a weekago the earth in a multiseat spacecraft Brezhnev Alexei N Kosygin who tookover Khrushchevs job as premier President Anastas I Mikoyan and Mikhail Suslov a member of the party Presidi um were out at the airport to meet the three The cosmonauts had flown 1250 miles from space headquarters They hogged the trio Col Vladimir Kornarpv commander of the spaceship scientist Kon stantin Feoktistov and Dr Bqria Yegorov After atriumphant ridefrprn the airport the new cosmo nauts the members of the par tys Central Committee presidi um of the previous six cosmonauts lined up atop Len ins Tomb Waves of cheers swept the vast square Brezhnev told the crowd standing under the Kremlin walls that a Leninist policy would be followed He empha sized the Leninist principles of leadership This was a refer ence to collective leadership rather than oneman domina tion of the Soviet government The Communist party newspa per Pravda has accused Khru shchev since his unexpected fall of developing his own cult of personality and ignor Chest hits 73 per cent ing others Soviet foreign policy Bre zhnev said is built on the un shakable basis of the Leninist principle of peaceful coexist ence He called a reduction of international tension the only policy reasonable under mod ern conditions and said all honest people must agree We stand for complete dis armament and for strengthen ing tne United Nations in the interests of Brezhnev said adding We stand for ef fective security hi Europe Ford has settled 67 of 90 local level working agreements and Chrysler has completed them all Announcement of the new agreement atAmerican Motors came in Mondays early hours after almost 40 hours of near continuous negotiations successfully for governor in 1961 His campaign was temporarily by a broken leg But the 6foot 200pound candi date soon resumed stumpinj with the aid of crutches am later a cane The next year hc became vice President of the Crown Zellerbach Corp paper mak ing firm with offices in San Francisco and residence in Hillsborough Calif He was visiting New York for a business conference when hc was stricken He had regis tered at the hotel Saturday night grant equal time The Repub lican party appealed to the FCC The commissions brief an nouncement said The commission Monday de termined that the Presidents broadcast on Oct 18 is not a use within section 315 of the Communications Act and does not entitle other legally quali fied candidates to the presi dency to equal time The FCC called its meeting on the basis of the first refusal of equal decision reached by the American Broadcasting Co Monday morning Gifts and pledges for the work of Mason Citys seven Red Feather agencies reached per cent of the 000 Community Chest appeal goal Returns are now coming in at a faster pace it was reported Threefourths of the residen tial drive returns are in with 20 area chairmen reporting a otal of Five more area chairmen are to report Industrial division reports are starting to arrive with abou 4000 collected in that section Although returns were slil light from workers in the busi ness block solicitation firms reaching employe quotas wcr being reported indicating sue cesses in that part of the cam paign The latest firms whose em ploycs have made their goal are J C Penney Co Northwest rn Distributing Co United ome Bank Grippen Paper Co merican Cancer Society offi es Curries Contract Hardware nd Metal Fabrication Division Nursing Home and the Ma on City Brokerage Co All bad 00 per cent employe participa lon Area chairmen are being irgcd by Jack Knapp drive co ihairman to check progress of heir workers and urge them to complete solicitation this week Those who have not had an op portunity to contribute or pledge money toward the Chest drive may mail contributions to Ma son City Community Chest SVi E State The campaign supports public service programs of the Salva tion Army Public Health Nurses Boy and Girl Scouts YM and YWCAs and Family Service Inside The Globe 4 Lake 5 Society 471 Sports nows flt Bowling news It 111 news n Latost Mason City U13 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