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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 7, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 W4 utta TfcU Paper CeetUU oi Two Auocitted Vull No 233 Soviets back private farms Russians unveil five new rockets MOSCOW AP The Soviet Union paraded huge new rock ets through Red Square Satur day under the eyes of the worlds top Communist leaders here to celebrate the Bolshevik Revolutions 47th anniversary The Soviet military trundled five new types of rockets out of its secret armories one of them the biggest ever shown publicly in the Soviet Union A television commentator called the huge weapon a younger sister of the rocket power plant that hurled the first threeman space ship into orbit last month But the appearance of the worlds Communist leaders to gether atop Lenins Red Square tomb failed to dispel the shad ow cast by the ideological dis pute with Peking Presiding over the festivities marking the Bolshevik Revolu tion was the Kremlins new Communist party chief Leonid Brezhnev surrounded by top figures in Russias new collec tive leadership Standing with Brezhnev were Premier Alexci Kosygin Presi dent Anastas Mikoyan and other Soviet luminaries Communist Chinese Premier Chou Enlai and his delegation from Peking which demands a hardline toward the West looked on while a peaccfvil coexistence softline which apparently continues as policy of the new Kremlin leaders was delivered by Defense Minister Rodion Y Malinovsky Marshal Malinovsky who spoke after reviewing crack military units drawn up in pa rade formation in front of the Kremlin stressed that the So viet Communist party is ac tively and consistently promot ing a Leninist peaceloving for eign policy a policy of peaceful coexistence of states with differ ent social systems He added to his mention of the Soviet Unions dedication to peaceful coexistence a warn ing about the danger of im perialist policies of aggression Because of this he said the Communist party and the Soviet people are displaying constant concern for the further strengthening of Ihc USSRs military might for equipping the army and the navy with the most modern means of war fare Brezhnev shared the spotlight atop Lenins marble tomb with Chou whose visit indicated joint SovietChinese attempts to case heir intramural struggle for primacy in the Communist movement Chou and the rest of his Po king delegation have made it clear however that past trou bles arc not forgotten and that the Chinese will settle for no less than a militant attitude RUSSIA Continued on Page 2 Pholotax 4LOST PACIFIC INFANT The fuzzy head belongs to a lost baby sea lion only one year old and found in a culvert near Palm The youngster is a native of California and probably escaped froma water show somewhere on the Florida coast He weighs 52 pounds now but should grow to about 600 pounds Cuddlingthe fuzzy youngster is Frank Weiss of the Miami Seaquarium Restraining order halts rail strike CHICAGO AP A federal judges temporary restraining order has averted a strike set for Monday by the Order of Railway Cpndyctdrsj and Brake men f against go and North Western Railway Co The order was issued Friday night in US District Court by in assigning negotiations He Power struggle starts in Steelworkers union Judge James petition filed PITTSBURGH AP Battle lines were forming Saturday in a power struggle for control of the big United Steelworkers Union I W Abel USW secretary treasurer virtually unknown to the general public announced Friday hell try to wrest the union presidency from David J McDonald in the union election Fob 12 Within hours three powerful USW district directors in Ohio tossed their support to Abel Observers believe other support for Abel will be forthcoming There had been rumors of a split brewing in the USW lead ership for months The Pittsburgh PostGazette quoted unidentified sources in the union as saying that opposi tion to McDonald stems from what they call his lack of com munication with the rankand file of the millionmember un ion Local officers reportedly claimed they have been unable to meet with McDonald to dis cuss problems Twice within about a year outoftown Steelworkers picket ed the unions internationa offices in downtown Pittsburgh The Ohio support for Abel of Magnolia Ohio came from hree districts that contain about 90000 of the states 135 000 USW members Paul Schremp director of the Cleveland area district said his 17member staff has voted f W ABEL To oppose McDonald back Abel seems to be the season for such antics McDonald said he was una ware of any dissatisfaction in the union He pointed to bene fits he said his leadership had Drought to the union Abel issued a statement say ng he and others seeking union posts intend to see that the USW a great union owned y and responsible to the will of unanimously Schremp said they followed his recommendation In Canton director John S Johns said his staff took the same action under his direction Paul Rusen director of the district said his lined up behinc Steubenvillc district has Abel McDonald said of Abels can didacy it did not come totally as a surpriseAfter all this B Parsons on a by the railroad been prompt mediator into said the board had promised t assign a mediator as prorriptl as possible but hadnot set date for doing so If we could get a firm dat when they would assign a mod he membership to elaborate He declined Its generally believed the USW will reopen contract talks with the basic steel industry next year The current contract contains such a reopening clause At this point its any ones guess what effect the un ion leadership fight will have on future dealings with the compa nies McDonald 61 took over as president in 1952 upon the death of Philip Murray founder and first president of the USW SEES POPE VATICAN CITY Wt Pope Paul VI received in formal au dience Saturday Kenneth D Kaunda President of Zambia The North Western claimed a strike would cost the line 000 a day and would idle 15000 employes The threatened strike which would involve the unions 70C conductors and brakemen had been scheduled for 6 am Mon day Judge Parsons set Nov 16 for a hearing on a preliminary in junction George H Harris president o the union said Friday in Cedar Rapids Iowa that the railroac refused to bargin oh union de mands for a 25 per cent pay rise extended vacation allow ances a supplemental pension plan and elimination of daimec inequities Harris said strike deadline might not have been set if the National Mediation Board hac ator Harris be included said we woul to postpone th Inside The Globe North Iowa news 2 Business news 3 Church news 45 Mason City news t7 Latest markets Society news 8 Sports news 910 Clear Lake news 10 strike to sec what could be ar rived at through mediatiron Negotiations broke off recenl y after several months of bar gaining The current wage scale I based on a complicated formul involving miles traveled Th union said to simplify the seal it would be conductor on through freight service per 100 miles or approx mately an hour passengc train conductors per 10 miles with a minimum of 15 miles or an hour work trains per 100 or an hour and local trains per 100 or an hour Attempt revival of pact WASHINGTON AP Sccre 7 Ury of State Dean Rusk Saturates for Burchs resignation Imonths ahead aday begins discussions with Eu My recommendation wouldj on Wednesday Michigan GOP ropean foreign policy chiefs to be to kceP nim because for the National Committecman John first time in memory we fin1 Martin called for Burchs rcsig Photofax GOLDWATER RETURNS Sen Barry Goldwater defeated Republican presidential nominee gestures as he talks with GOP National Committee chair man Dean Burch right after a flight from Phoenix Ariz to Dulles Interna tional Airport near Washington Friday In center rear is an unidentified news man Goldwater urges Burchs retention WASHINGTON AP ArizoRepublican Chairman Arthur including conservatives should Kremlin reverses policy Aim for rise in agriculture MOSCOW AP Reversing a Khrushchev policy the Krem lins now leaders have an nounced plans to encourage private farming The move is expected to increase the Soviet Unions hardpressed agricul tural output Under Khrushchev farm pol icy emphasis was on state own ership while private plots were reduced and limitations placed on private ownership of live stock In recent years unwarranted restrictions were permitted in this area although the economic conditions were uol yet ripe Leonid I Brezhnev first secre tary of the Soviet Communist arty said Friday These restrictions have now been eliminated he said Lt vould be incorrect to neglect he possibilities of the private arming plots of collective armcrs workers and employes for the satisfaction of their needs Brezhnev who replaced Khru shchev ashead of the party announced the important policy shift in a speech at the Kremlin Hall of Palaces on the eve of tha Bolshevik Revolutions 47th an niversary The decision was expected to win warm approval among tha nations large peasant popula tion and relieve shortages of potatoes eggs milk meat and vegetables in the cities Private plots In the Soviet Union account for only 3 per cent of cultivated land but sup ply about 33 per cent of the gross output High productivity of the plots compared to the lower yield of the stateoperated farms has been a source of em barrassment to Soviet leader ship whose longrange goal is a collectivefarm economy Khrushchev began deempha sizing the private farm sector in 1956 By 1961 total acreage of private plots had dropped from 4 to 32 per cent and pri vately owned livestock de creased from 46 to 29 per cent Nearly 50 per cent of livestock products arc supplied by pri vatelyowned stock Brezhnev made clear that Khrushchevs proposals to reor Go Id water re capital for the na Sen Barry turning to the first time since his presidential bid was shattered has urged retention of Dean Burch as Republican national chairman despite cries from GOP modcr Elliott Jr who said in a statehave an equal voice inmaking ganize the agricultural system f f i i i Irl n Vvn nfinnnri U rt ment that I do not agree with future GOP plans and pro those who insist upon the immegrams diate resignation of our national chairman without giving him an opportunity to contribute his plans to guide our party in the find out if there still is a chance Comics 13 of Classified pages 1415 Transit timetable 14 After seven tries finally wins an election Newman Surveyor 11 Of salvaging the late president Editorials 12 John F Kennedys grand design a transAtlantic partnership Rusk is scheduled to meet with Joseph M A H Luns the oreign minister of the Nether ands Monday he will confer vith Foreign Minister Paul of Belgium and Gerhard Schroe minislcr of fcnri Spaak 22 with der the foreign West Germany Other meetings HEMPSTEAD NY AP Peter Rocchio a seventime loser at the ballot box has final ly won an election Stunned jubilant and exhausted hes leaving Saturday for a weeks vacation I still cant believe it he laid My wife cant believe it My children cant believe it I won Rocchios losses spanned 25 years in politics but he was a model of perseverance says Nassau County Democratic Chairman John F English Whenever gloom beset a Democratic candidate in the usually Republican county English said we told him to look at Rocchio who really knew what it was to lose Rocchio 53 was swept into the office of coun ty controller Tuesday In the landslide that elected President Johnson V It all began in 1938 RocV chio recalled It was then that I decided to run for political office to make the twoparty system a reality on Long Is land He said he looked over the list of offices up for election that year and chose one for which he felt he was suited the office of Hempstead Town clerk I got the backing of the par ty leaders and I made the race he said I lost For the next ten years I kept my finger in politics all the while waiting for another chance to run for office he explained Then in 1948 I ran again for the same office I lost In 1953 I ran for Hempstead Town presiding supervisor and lost In 1954 I tried for the state senate and of course lost Two years later I ran for chairman of the county board of as sessors ani I lost ThreeVcars i later it was a run for Hemp stead Village trustee with an other loss and in 1960 I ran again for the assessor post and lost When I look back on it now the insurance salesman and real estate broker said I figure I must have spent a total of about three years of actual campaign ing and my family was with me all the way He won by 30000 votes Until three years ago when Eugene Nickerson was elected as county executive on the Dem ocratic ticket Nassau County had been rockribbed Republi can Asked what sustained him over the years Rocchio said I figured I was representing three minority groups I am an ItalianAmerican Roman Cath olic Democrat he said Some times I wondered if Id live long enough to iL happen but I didnt get discouraged will he held early in December when a num ber of European foreign minis ers are expected in the United States for the convening of the UN General Assembly In January according to re ports from London British rime Minister Harold Wilson is expected to come to Washington or talks with President Johnson on allied nuclear policy Nuclear weapons manage ment and control is at the heart of the crisis facing the North Atlantic Treaty Organization The diplomatic traffic will not be oneway entirely George W Ball Rusks depu ty at the State Department will ished the campaign in the black Goldwater told an air port news conference Friday on his arrival from Phoenix The GOP presidential nomi nee who carried only six stales in Tuesdays election added that Burch whom he had se lected for the job as chairman had done a very very com mendable job Goldwater urged a thorough analysis of the election returns and said the GOP would be wrong going off halfcocked before that is done Burch said he would call a meeting of the GOP National Committee after the first of the year to discuss all questions of interest to the party including that of my chairmanship I seek to lead not to dictate nation There were new calls for Burchs ouster Wisconsin GOP Chairman Talhot Peterson suggested former Vice President Richard M Nixon for the job Nixon said Thursday he would not seek the nor encourage those who post nor encourage Elliott said all him for it LBJ asks Dillon to remain at post WASHINGTON AP stemming the flow of dol dent Johnson has asked Douglas Dillon to remain indefinitely as secretary of the treasury in formed sources said Saturday Dillon 55 is restless for a change after four years in the post but has made no decision the sources said The Republican has held a and I will continue that leaderivaricty of jobs in international rUin Isvnrt tha Pnniihtinanloffoira anrl finonno VIA meet with Thursday Schrocder in Berlin and with German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard in Bonn Nov 16 The primary object of all ship as long as the Republican party wants me to j Asked what would be the ef feet if the National Committee refused to give him a vote of confidence Burch said it would be rather hobbling Praise for Goldwalcr came meanwhile from former GOP Rep John Rousselot of Califor nia who said the Arizona sena tor has been willing to fight for a strong conservative position and is to be congratulated for articulating it so well Rousscl lars abroad Two other key administration up the Atlantic communi ty now nhowing signs of disin tegration X for the John Birch Society Qualified support for retaining Burch earner from Michigan affairs and finance since he entered government under then President Dwight D Eisen hower in 1953 After the assassination of President John F Kennedy Dillon told Johnson he would stay until the new administra tion was well established Dur ing the presidential election campaign he said he still con sidered himself a liberal Repub lican He openly attacked poli recommended by Son Bar ry Goldwater the Republican nominee The secretary feels that good progress has been made in bol stering domestic economy figures announced some time ago that they intend to quit their jobs shortly after the election Dr Walter W Heller chairman of the Presidents Council o Economic Advisers and Rober V Roosa undersecretary of the treasury for monetary affairs The job of undersecretary o the treasury the No 2 posi tion in the department has would be abandoned He placed stress on material incentives for the farmers and greater inde pendence for collective farms in planning and organization The new decrees appeared to have gone into effect in some parts of the nation Pravda tha Communist party newspaper aid Friday that Ukrainian and stonian authorities had ap roved the policy reversal Rash of mishaps in morning fog A rash of fogcaused accl lents were reported to Mason ity Highway Patrol headquar crs Saturday morning although none appeared extremely seri ous No details were available mmcdiateiy At least five cars were in volved in an accident a mile been vacant since the rcsigna tion in March of Henry M Fowler Dillons father has been il and there is a possibility tlv secretary will take over th investment banking business th elder Dillon founded North Iowa Weather outlook Saturday night Fair Sunday Highs Saturday nor 40 north of Goodell and it was re ported that three more may lave been involved before the lighway was cleared An injury was reported in an accident cast of Manly but pa Lrolmcn were that report still at work on COMPOSER DIES NORTH HOLLYWOOD Calif fl Buddy Cole 49 composer conductor died Thursday of a heart ailment IME DAT   

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