Mason City Globe Gazette, October 24, 1964

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 24, 1964

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1964, Mason City, Iowa Vote near on poet for GM Strike now month old DETROIT Mich AP United Auto Workers rank and file in General Motors farflung carfactory empire weighed a decision Saturday whether to end a monthlong strike The UAWs GM local unions across the country vote in se cret ballot on the question Sun day The return to work of more than 300000 employes hinges on the result Impetus for a favorable ver dict camp Friday night when the unions General Motors Council voted overwhelmingly to recommend a return to work The council representative national group acted on the recommendation of UAW Presi dent Waller P Reuther Reuther predicted to news men that the negotiated nation al agreement between General Motors and the union would get overwhelming support of the membership He said 95 per cent of the council had approved it The rank and file also will voteon locallevel agreements Disputes at the local level pro longed the strike after a nation al settlement The national agreement simi lar to those at Ford and Chrys ler calls for improved pensions earlier retirement incentives pay increases and other bene fits President Johnson has called for quick settlement of remain ing issues and an end to the strike in the interest of the na tional economy Where local settlements have not been achieved the local union members will vote wheth er to end the strike regardless of this lack At last count there were 97 settlements at the 130 bargain ing units The General Motors tieup halting manufacture of Chevro The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors Home Edition VOL 1M MASON SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 1H4 UBe copy Hipei CoflnUli at Iwo Aiioctated PrtM Full Wirw Nc 221 hina lacks Secret Service overhaul had been planned WASHINGTON AP Secl police record of the arrest was let Cadillac Pontiac Oldsmo bile and Buick cars has cut to tal US auto output approxi mately in half GM is the in dustrys largest producer retary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon has informed President Johnson that steps already have the police been taken to overhaul the pro tective research section of the Secret Service The object is to prevent recur rence of incidents like the is suance of a White House pass to Walter Jenkins without any further check being made on him even though the FBI re ported Jenkins had been arrest ed on a morals charge in 1959 Jenkins longtime aide to Johnson both in Congress and in the presidency was asked to resign his White House job after it was learned he had been ar rested on a second morals charge on Oct 7 The President said he had no reason to question Jenkins personal conduct until the ar rests were brought to his atten tion last week Dillon whose Treasury De not included on the copy of the Chevrolet GMs largest single producer meanwhile reported a sales dropoff of almost 50 per cent for the second 10 days of October as contrasted with the same period a year ago Chev rolet said its Oct 1120 sales of cars and trucks totaled 41253 against 72787 for the same peri od last year The sales report which is made periodically made no record the FBI received from e police Dillons statement said thai no one in the Secret Service expect the then head of the protective research section appears to have read and con sidered the FBI report on Jenkins The secretary did no identify the former head of the section Police end Maryland prison riot JESSUP Md AP Defiant inmates at the Maryland House of Correction rioted Friday votes U S confident Reds fail WASHINGTON UP The United States is con ficlent Communist China again will fail to achieve ad mission to the United Nations despite Pekings new status as a nuclear power State Department officials disclosing this saya present tally of the UN membership shows the votes on Pekings admission will be close to last years count perhaps with more abstentions In 1963 of the 110 votes recorded 41 favored an Albanian resolution to admit Communist China 57 were opposed andthere were 12 abstentions One na PRESIDENTIAL TRIBUTE President John son bows his head and stands before casket of former President Herbert Hoover after placing a wreath in Photofax the rotunda of the Capitol Senate chaplain the Rev Frederick Brown Harris who delivered a brief eulogy stands beside the President at right reference to the strike but no Chevrolcts have been built since Sept 25 The UAW did not strike Ford though locallevel agreements have yet to be reached at 18 points Ford like GM Chrysler and American Motors has set tied with the UAW on a national contract Reuther partment has jurisdiction over the Secret Service said Friday night the protective research section which cheeks on appli cants for White House work passes has been reorganized and the scope of its responsibili ty clarified Its staff Dillon said has been strengthened in quality and nearly doubled in The FBI report had said as had Dillon earlier that the Se cret Service before issuing the pass submitted copies of Jen kins fingerprintsto the FBI The FBI then sent to the Se cret Service an identification record on Jenkins showing the 1959 charge of investigation suspicious person It also had been noted earlier night but ended their rampage when 100 state police herded them back into their cells The prisoners jammed locks burned clothes mattresses and blankets drenched ceilings below by ripping out plumbing and threw furniture and debris Washington paying from their houses Vernon L commissioner fourtiered cell Pepersack stafe of correction asked if a strike might yet be called at Ford over local issues indicated such a step would nol be taken before full settlement with General Motors North lowan picker victim Ben ning 48 was killed Friday when he became entangled in the mechanism of a corn picker on his farm near here Faulkner is in southeast Franklin County about 20 miles northeastof Iowa Falls that the notation of pervert written afterward on the local Inside The Globe Business news Church news 45 Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Society news 8 Sports news 910 North Iowa news Newman Surveyor 10 11 Editorials 12 Comics 13 estimated the damage at but said it might be greater Four inmates suffered minor head injuries from objects dropped or thrown from tiers above They were treated at the prison Lt Col George Davidson chief of operations of the Mary land State Police led the troop ers into the two cell houses and a dormitory where about half he 1783 inmates ran loose Pepersack estimated that only 200 inmates had been involved in the most serious part of the rioting A dozen guards who had bar ricaded themselves in cells when the rioting started were rescued by the troopers who wore steel helmets carried long riot sticks and shotguns The rioting started when an inmate became disorderly dur ing the first feeding at dinner I to Hoover Russia may seek peace with China By HENRY S BRADSHER MOSCOW AP Mikhail tion Ethiopia was absent When the question arises this year France and some of her former colonies in Africa now independent undoubtedly will support the seating of Peking Last year France voted for ad mission a n d most of her former colonies against ad mission To change the Chinese repre sentation from the present Na uslov dropped out of sight Friday and there was immedi te speculation the Soviet Un ons top Communist theoreti ian was heading a peace mis ion to Peking But there was no confirmation of reports among diplomats that Suslov 61 had gone calling on Mao Tzetung Suslov has nol tionalist government to the Communist regime would take a wothirds vote US officials are preparing Mistering condemnation of what hey call a double standard attitude that Pekings ability to explode a nuclear device should bring automatic admission to WASHINGTON AP Under the mighty grace ofthe Capitol dome the lonely casket rested through the night And outside he city he once had left in win ter and defeat now gave him high honor amid the glory of autumn leaves Herbert Clark Hoover 31st president of the United States dead at the age of 90 lay under the cover of his nations flag in the Capitol rotunda It was nearly 32 years since he had left the presidency of the depres sionstricken nation after one term in office Clear Lake news Classified pages 14 1415 Filing in from both sides from the Senate side and the House side came the citizen who knew and remembered and the citizens too young to enow They came as one of hem said to pay honor not only to him personally but to he office Not more than four blocks away at Washingtons Union Station the special train had arrived at about pm and the sad ritual practiced to pre cision began President Johnson and his wife the Hoover family the many friends including former Vice President Richard M Nix on moved slowly through the cordon of the escort the Ma rines with redstriped trousers the the white sea caps ofNavy the black of Coast Guard Paces before Hie official par ty the young military men snapped to salute And then the gold stripe of Army bluewhite of Air Force He punched a guard and was removed There was a rumble at the time Pepersack we got the men quieted down and they returned to their cells The rioting resumed after the second feeding however and continued for almost three hours The troopers took police dogs with them into the cell houses The dogs clubs and gas were never used said David son It was a show of force and we made an impression on the prisoners We had it if we needed it Our first objective was to find the hostages Running with lowan came the long interval while the flagdraped casket was handed down from the train and the salute again as it passed Then outside the station The horsedrawn caisson to carry the casket the riderless black horse with the boots reversed in the stirrups the jray sound of the dirge and the slowforming procession of black limousines stretching nearly the four blocks to the Capitol And then The sheen of the bayonets of the ranks of armed men along the way the deafen ing roar of the saluting cannons Washingtons Walter Reed Hos pital and 80 was just out of a hospital recovering from injuries in a fall There were wreaths and flowers from the President from the House of Representa tives from the Senate from Baudouin king of theBelgians from Urho Kekkonenpresident of the Republic of Finland from appeared to be in good health ately and some sources sug gested his absence from the Rec Square funeral of Marshal Ser gei S Biryuzov might be due to illness Biryuzov chief of staf and deputy defense minister was killed in a Yugoslav ai crashr Suslov a tall solemnfeatured man who has also built a repu tation as a Kremlin hatchetman presided at last weeks meeting of the Soviet partys Central Committee at which Nikita Khrushchevs fate was decided Now publicly ranked No 4 behindnew Party First Secre the United Nations One high official explained the US point of view We have paid our bills to the United Nations but if the So viets were to pay their bill to morrow sonie would clap their hands arid say what finefellows they are If we had exploded a nuclear bomb in the atmosphere last week there would have been talk there of throwing tbe US out of the UN But when the Chinese Communists explode their first nuclear device there are those who say it is time now that we bring them into the the one Swedish labeled Candidates name wont be on ballot that with shake leaves their call from the government and in gratitude Lithuania trees black wreaths of exhaust left in the sky by 50 military jets the BATTLE CREEK Mich AP A 77yearold feminist named Rebecca Shelley is running for vice president of the United Slates but her name will not appear on any ballot in the na tion Mrs Shelley whose 232acrc farm home north of AP Photofax FUTILE ATTEMPT Firemen police and vol unteers d i g frantically in a futile effort to save Philip Wilsbacher 29 Sioux City excavating con tractor who was killed in a cavein of this 21foot deep ditch Wilsbacher was buried more than two hours before vyorkers hampered by continuing cave ins reached him A second man Jim Wimer 30 was rescued from a 10foot depth New York teens riot in subway NEW YORK AP More lan 400 teenagers batlling mong themselves in two sepa ale outbursls of violence Fri day terrorized bystanders in ubway stations and on the trccls of Harlem and Brooklyn Twenlylwo youlhs were ar rested seven in Harlem and 15 in Brooklyn before the brief ilchcd battles were broken up and Hoover were selected as writein candidates last month as a meeting of the Farmers Association of Iowa a group she described as devoted to peace Holder of a Phi Beta Kappa icy from Michigan the Mrs police At least four persons were REBECCA SHELLY Peace Party candidate Creek is known as Peace is a writein candidate on a tickel with Herbert F Hoover a 40yearold Iowa farmer who says he is a fourth cousin to Ihc laic former presi dcnl If elecled Mrs Shelley prom iscd in an inlcrvicw she will do everylhing possible lo end Uv fighling in South Viel Nam Peace she says is th among early suffragettes and has writlcn numerous magazine articles and a book called Widows Mite melting away of the crowd and the final arrival In the rotunda the important and varied people of govern ment had gathered There were senators Thruston Morton of Kentucky Everett M Dirksen of Illinois John J Williams of Delaware Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota There were Secre tary of State Dean Rusk and former secretary of state Chris tian Herler There were also stenographers and clerks University of Not present were former pres Shelley was idcnts Dwight D Eisenhower and Harry S Truman Eisen hower 74 was recovering from A a moderately severe inflamma tion of the respiratory tract at Estonia Latvia and one signed simply Mrs Jessie Kalozeropoules of Chica go Some were likely in remem brance of Hoovers European relief work after World War I and some were in friendship Then the nine young pallbear ers drawn from the five mili tary services none old enough to remember Hoovers inaugu ration in 1929 carried the heavy casket into the rotunda in slow cadence They rested it on the tary Leonid I Brezhnev Pre mier Alexei N Kosygin and President Anastas I Mikoyan Suslov is called the real power in the new Kremlin lineup by some observers His background and role as UNV Communist proposal for a world summit to dis cuss abolition of nuclear weapons is more than a propagandages ture the Kremlins top expert on the bitter SovietRed China dispute would make him a logical choice for a Russian move to ward smoothing over relations with the Peking regime Suslov headed a team that discussed Communist ideologi cal problems chiefly Pekings hard line vs Khrushchevs ad vocacy of coexistence with the West with a Chinese delega tion in Moscowin the summer of 1963 The talks broke down Meanwhile the United is skeptical that the Chinese Communist proposal for a five blackdraped catafalque where and the word war between the Abraham Lincoln and John F Kennedy laid in state In slow molion they brought right hands up in unison for a last salute President Johnson carried his wreath to the front of the cas ket stood for a momenl with bowed head and returned to the ranks of family and friends At pm the rilual ended North Weather outlook Warmer Saturday Sat urday night Mild Sundey Red giants branched out into a dispute over frontier territory Khrushchevs ouster may have been the signal for re sumption of talks since Pe kings attacks had been direct ed primarily at Khrushchev per sonally Suslov calledthe red profes sor is said to have conducted purges for Joseph Stalin in the thirties Suslov got the job of re establishing Soviet authority in Lithuania when the Germans pulled back in 1944 During the Polish crisis and bloody Hun garian revolt of 1956 Suslov was the Kremlins man on the scene power summit meeting of hu clear nations is more than propaganda gesture However the State Depart ment madeclear Friday channels are open for any nego tiations the Chinese Commu nists may wish to conducton nuclear controls The British French and So viet governments haye embas sies in Peking and the United States conducts talks from time to time through the Chinese Communist ambassador in War saw State Department Press Offi cer Robert J McCloskeySaid these channels could be used for a dialogue with the Chinese Communists on the subject of nuclear If a majority of the 17nation Geneva Conference on Disarma ment which meets under UN sponsorship should want Com munist China to participate in RED CHINA Continued on 2 injured in the Brooklyn outbursl when Negro and white students of the same high school armed themselves with car aerials baseball bats can openers and other weapons to settle an intra mural dispute which police said had racial overtones The Harlem disturbance was blamed on a disagreement be tween Negro students of a high school and a vocational school Police said nothing racial was involved V chief campaign issue Mrs Shelley who is a widow On Hungarian Revolution anniversary Olympic defectors in U S BALTIMORE AP A Hun garian canoeist and two coun trymen arrived here Saturday aflcr defecting at the Toyko Olympics They were spirited from Friendship Airport in sec recy by a group of men who were apparently US govern ment agenls Andras Toro 24 who finished fourlh in the Canadian Canoe singles at the summer Olym pics Denes Kovacs 42yearold electrician and Karoly Molnar a 38yearold teacher arrived aboard a commercial plane after a flight from Tokyo via Anchorage Seattle and Chicago Their flight was on the eighth anniversary of the 1956 Hun garian Revolution Although they had talked to newsmen in Seattle they were taken off their plane and out a side exit of the airport here while newsmen and photogra phers wailed inside Airport personnel trying to keep the press from the plane and the defectors cited Stale Deparlmenl rulings In Washington Stale Dcpart mcnl Press Office Robert J Mc Closkey said the US govern ment was responsible for Ihc arrangcmenls al Friendship He declined furlhcr commenl I am a young man Toro said upon arriving al Seallle Friday night There is more career ahead of me in this big counlry Toro and Molnar said Ihcy had planned Ihcir defcclion Kovacs said he decided to dc fccl Wednesday aflcr lalking to an American of Hungarian de scenl Toro was Ihe first Communist alhlcle lo defect during the Tokyo games which wound up Saturday Last week Viktor Ivanovitch Shisheyalkin a sea man aborad the Soviet Olympic tourist ship defected Within hours of Toros de fection a Nationalist Chinese Olympic marksman defected to the Communists Japanese po lice said Ma Ching Shan 38 had asked to join his parents on Chinas Communist mainland He was placed under protec tive custody but a Japanese foreign office spokesman said he would be allowed to go lo China if it is definitely estab lished that he wants to go to China and that he had not been coerced in any way in that deci sion The slight darkhaired Toro who left his parents and three brothers in Hungary said ha had made up his mind todefect before going loTokyo A boat builder he said he eventually hopes to go to Sac ramento Calif Kovacs who said he left Hun gary because he was single has relatives in the United States Momar who said he became an antiCommunist when Rus sian tanks crushed the 1956 revolt told his mother and a younger sister of his plan to defect before he left Hungary He said he planned to live in Los Angeles Eight years ago a number of Hungarian athktes defected at the Melbourne Olympics after Russias suppression of the Hungarian revolt ;