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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Reds set date for parley Will begin on March 1 MOSCOW AP The Soviet Communist party announced Saturday that preparations for a world Communist conference will begin March 1 But the new Kremlin leaders apparently failed again to win Red Chinas approval The party newspaper Pravda published the new date for a preparatory meeting which former Premier Nikita S Khru shchev had originally scheduled for next Tuesday Khruschev had called for 2i Communist parties to prepare for a full conference of more than 80 parties in mid1965 The Chinese and their allies in the bitter ideological dispute between Moscow and Peking said they would not attend Some Soviet allies were reluc tant to come for fear the confer ence would bring a permanen split in the world Communis movement According to Communis sources the Soviet leaders wh took over from Khrushchev Oct 14 delayed action while trying t win Chinese approval Sue countries as Poland applie pressure for another Sovie unity bid Pravda said the March 1 dat was set on the basis mutua consultations conducted amon fraternal parties with the aim o better preparation for th meetings The consultations are believe to have taken place during th gathering of Communist leader here for the Nov 7 anniversar of the Bolshevik Revolution Chinese Premier Chou Enla came but his talks with the So vict leaders seemed from publi indications to have left the dis pule as harsh as ever According to Western dip matic reports reaching her from Peking a Soviet letter was written to China proposing post ponement until March and em phasizing that the meetings would seek to achieve unity The reports said the Chinese spurned the letter saying their stand was well known the call for the meeting was illegal and the meeting was intended to wreck the Communist move ment The Soviet party maintains that the lastworld Communist conference in 1960 left the Rus sians with the right to call an other meeting on their own au thority The Chinese have chal lenged this The Kremlin apparently com municated the Chinese reaction to its allies as proof of Soviet charges that the Chinese are unreasonable and then went ahead with the public announce ment of the March 1 meeting Among the 26 parties for the March l meeting two Commu nist countries Romania and Cuba are doubtful Romania in particular has indicated it might not attend In addition to China the Al banian North Korean and Japa nese parties have said they will not attend North Viet Nam and Indonesia also are expected to stay away Tests of new rocket engine are successful CANOGA PARK Calif AP A 200000pound thrust J2 rocket engine designed to give American lunar explorers a fi nal boost into space has suc cessfully undergone a restart test here The hydrogenfueled engine which will ultimately function in a cluster of five ran for 165 sec onds Friday was shut off for 75 minutes then restarted to run an additional 310 seconds The sequence follows the pat tern of its planned use in space where it will power the second stage of the Apollo moon launch vehicle North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and colder by Sunday High in 30s low from 15 to 20 Continued colder Monday Weather Details en 2 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER 12 1964 HOC Paper ConiUU at Two Auoctated Press Full No 243 rotest Army reshuffle FOCUS on North iowa Flying grandmother logs 3900 airhours By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director IOWA old ques tion about whether men or women are better drivers takes on a new dimension if youre talking to Mrs M G Sidney Smalldridge Iowa Falls In that case the question be comes Who are better flyers men or women You see Mrs Smalldridge a diminutive grandmother of six is qualified to answer the ques tion about has been a flying instructor for 22 years Qualified or not the attrac tive mother of four is far too diplomatic to come right out and say which of the sexes makes better pilots After all she points out she is married and does have both men and women students Lets just say a good woman pilot is as good a pilot as a good man pilot Mrs Smalldridge says Granting that most women dont have the mechanical abil ity of men Mrs who actually started flying in out however that women have an advantage in precision flying Women generally have a lighter touch she observes and that is what it takes in precision flying Also she says women usually go into more detail and as a rule their coordination is just as good as men Coordination is one of three prerequisites for any good pilot or Small dridge contends The other two are average intelligence and de sire There is no difference be tween giving flying lessons to men and women Mrs Small dridge adds Each student has his or her own problems and what may be difficult for one student is easy for another In all her years of giving fly ing instructions Mrs Small dridge cant recall a single man who recentcd being taught to fly by a woman This includes the Naval cadets she taught to fly at Ames during World War II and the Air Force personnel she gave Link simulated in struction to for nearly 10 years in Mississippi and Texas after the war Mrs Smalldridge explains this lack of resentment rather simoly In the case of the military personnel they didnt have any FOCUS Continued on Page 2 Photofax SHELL FIRED ACROSS EAST RIVER Photo diagram locates area near the United Nations site in NewYork where fired from a bazooka across the East River exploded Friday Shell exploded in the river just north of 43rd Street This view looks eastfrom Manhattan to the borough of Queens Among exiles Hunt for those who fired shell at U N MORTAR EMPLACEMENT Photofax New York City policeman and plainclothesmen inspect homemade mortar said to have been used to shell the United Nations site right background across East River in Manhattan Could give birth control pills to mothers on relief DES MOINES legis lative committee studying the Aid to Dependent Children pro gram is holding up its report until it decides whether to ap prove distribution of birth con trol pills to mothers on relief Birth control devices have been suggested as a means of curbing the number of illegiti mate babies born to women who get help for their children and themselves ADC program 1 through the Sen Eugene Hill DNewton explained at the committees meeting Friday that in some states mothers receiving state aid can get birth control de vices We might study them to see if Iowa should embark on such a program Hill said A 1961 survey in Iowa showed that 13 per cent of the children supported through ADC were illegitimate thus adding to the total cost Other members of the com mittee agreed with Hill to mak the study and delay formal ap proval of their recommenda tions to the 1965 legislature un til their next meeting They agreed informally t propose that a youth in an AD family can continue to receiv help until the age of 21 if th child attends a high schoo technical or vocational schoo The present limit is 18 year regardless of schooling NEW YORK AP Police jshed a massive hunt among Cuban exile in hopes of urning up the persons respon ble for firing a bazooka shell t the United Nations Building he citys many roups Saturday 10 days to give to Cheer Fund no those readers who havent J glanced at the calendar re cently its later than you think Thats why the rate of giving must be stepped up if this years Christmas Cheer Fund isj to meet its goal of on Dec 24 The good people of Mason 2ity and surrounding area lavent once failed the Cheer Funds plea in the 39year his tory of the goodwill campaign Thus there is every reason to believe that this time will be no exception Just 10 giving days This means a daily average of about must be maintained to assure that all objectives will be met This could be a cheerless and lonely Christmas for some of our fellow citizens Of course this must not be allowed to happen The latest list of donations ranges from to andall are greatly appreciated The 4H flirls are represented as well as other societies and clubs The UGL Club sent in again proving that its mem bers indeed are Uniformly Good Lemons Groups of young people such as Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts intending to raise money through certain public projects are asked to first clear with Family Service Inc 619 First National Bank Building so as to avoid duplication Family Serv ice administers the Cheer Fund You too can join the ever growing list of givers Bring your contributions to the Globe Gazette or mail it to Photofax CUBS FOR CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS pair of female lion cubs posed suggestively in Christmas decoiyare up for sale tothe highest bidders The Prospect Park Zoo in Brooklyn present home for the cubs has had hundreds of requests for the cubs from mothers who indicated theyd make ideal gifts for their children Ask LBJ to slate hearings See reaction in Congress WASHINGTON AP Secre tary of Defense Robert S Mc Namara announces Saturday his plan to carve up the Army Re serve and put the leftover pieces in the National Guard But even before the Pentagon boss scheduled late morning news conference protests were heard For although the purpose of McNamaras session with the press was not disclosed official ly there was no doubt the result would be the effective end of the 300000man Organized Army Reserve Those units which havent passed McNamaras muster for efficiency readiness and effec tiveness would disappear from the rolls About half the Army reservists would be shifted to the National Guard expanding its strength from 400000 to about 550000 and making it the sole ready backup for the regu lar Armys 16 divisions The other 150000 reservists would be put in a general mili tary manpower pool of available reservists who could be called up individually and in an emer gency to bring units up to full strength This second and more drastic streapilining of the Reserve in two years is a sore spot with the Reserve Officers Association The association wired Threaten to topple Viet government The shot fell short of its mark nd exploded harmlessly in the ast River Friday The FBI assigned a sizable a orce to the case The Central ntelligence Agency and the in elligence services of the Army favy and Air Force also re ortedly were in on the hunt Police Commissioner Michael Murphy assured Mayor Rob rt F Wagner of an intense olice department investigation o seek out and apprehend the erpetrators The mayor re ayed the promise to Adlai Ste enson US ambassador at the UN The bazooka firing which nay have been the work of antiCastroites came as a Cu minister was addressing delegates inside the UN Build ng An instant later from a crowd of some 50 antiCastro pickets in ront of the UN a woman brandishing a hunting knife sprang toward the building bent on assassinating the Cuban minister Ernesto Guevara She was subdued by police Guevara reacted coolly when le learned he had been her tar get He said he forgave her adding It is better to be killed by a woman with a knife than by a man with a gun Four hours after the bazooka shot two men broke from the picket line and cut the rope on the Russian flagpole sending the Soviet emblem failing to the ground The two were arrested The bazooka was found on a Queens pier a paper Cuban flag pasted on it The shell was lobbed about 850 yards before it fell into the water about 100 yards from the Manhattan shore and the UN Building The blast sent up a 15foot HUNT Continued en 2 Christmas Cheer GlobeGazette Box 271 300 N Washington Mason City Iowa 50402 CHEER FUND GOAI PREVIOUSLY REPORTED 178 UGL Club Anonymoui Kar Danny and mill Cluk Sljrma Phi 525 Soulh Avery Sunbeami 4IJ Portland Lively Laniei 4H HEO Club St Vincent DC Paol Society Holy Family Church Mitchell Club West Haven Dorcai Circle THE DAYS TOTAL 100 100 iOO 100 inoo 300 fllOO TOTAL TO DATE STILL NEEDED I2S21I1 GIVING DAYS LEFT 10 53000 2500 2000 1500 1250 1000 750 500 250 SAIGON Vict Nam AP Vietnamese Buddhist leaders embarked Saturday on a week end of fasting and praying and threatened a renewal of suicides hi their drive to topple the har assed government of Premier Tran Van Huong Saigon Buddhist headquarters told of a multipronged anti jovernment campaign on the leels of the Huong regimes an nouncement that more United States aid would be pouring in o help South Viet Nams armed forces and economy in the anti Communist war These developments markec the end of two weeks of relative calm in the capital and the be ginning of the Buddhist cam paign 1 Buddhist Monk Thick Tinh Khiet nominal overall leader of the Buddhists and severa ranking aides said they woulc conduct a 48hour hunger strike 2 Buddhist headquarter opened for a continuous rounc of prayers for the governments overthrow 3 The main Buddhist schoo in Saigon issued a pamphlet to day condemning British Am bassador Gordon Etherington Smith for his Dec 3 speech a his home praising Huong who was the guest of honor 4 Monks in Darlac Province 160 miles northeast of Saigon said they were awaiting order from Saigon to begin protes suicides against the governmen uch as the scries of fiery self acrifices which last year lelped bring down the Ngo Dinh iem regime Originally Buddhist leaders iupported Huong but objected to everal members of his cabinet 3n grounds that they had been affiliated with the Diem regime Huong refused to reshuffle the cabinet and the Buddhist lead ers turned their attacks on Huong himself They have made t clear they would settle for nothing less than veto power over the appointments of any ranking official in Viet Nam Vietnamese and American officials say Viet Cong agents have infiltrated the Buddhist groups seeking to turn nationa rule into chaos The Buddhist hierarchy in a letter to US Ambassador Max well D Taylor called on t he United States for support in a campaign to oust Huongs re gime But the Huong government Huron air service be eliminated WASHINGTON WVThe Civil Xeronautics Board has ordered Huron S D eliminated from the route of Western Air Lines on Jan 6 The board said Fri day that on that date North Central Airlines will inaugurate service between Huron and Pierre S D Friday issued a communique announcing the American agreement for a stepup in as sistance A proclamation of joint plans hinted the war soon will be extended beyond South Vict Nams frontiers North Viet Mam has beer dispatching re cruits and supplies to the Com munist Viet Cong by way of trails through eastern Laos Authoritative American sources in Washington con firmed US commitment to a 10 to 15 per cent hike in aid but said there were conditions at tached These included a re quirement for the Saigon gov ernment to step up the recruit ment of its armed forces and police The US aid bill presently more than million a year thus would go up to nearly million This includes economic and military assistance Fighting in Viet Nam claimed Ihc life of another American Friday A US Army officer killed in a Viet Cong ambush was the seventh American com bat fatality in four days Four other Americans were wounded A series of Communist at tacks on three district towns in Chuong Thien province about President Johnson Friday to urge a fuJl investigation and public hearings on the proposal The plan has implications which threaten real national dan ger the ROA said In Little Rock Ark Gen Maupin Cummings com mander of the 8000man 39th National Guard Division said Weve been reorganized so of ten in the last few years that it has hurt morale hurt recruit ing Our personnel dont know what to think Capitol Hill isnt apt to taka the action lightly cither A roar of protest greeted the cutdown of two years ago Many mem bers of Congress habitually spring to the defense of the Re serve And about 82 of them hold Reserve commissions sev eral as major generals and brigadier generals Informants on Capitol Hill 100 miles south of Saigon re sulted in heavy Vietnamese casualties A US spokesman said 30 Vietnamese were killed or wounded at Due Long district alone said Friday McNamara would rule that key members of tha executive legislative and judi cial arms of government who are in the Ready Reserve must he transferred to the Standby Reserve At the same time congres sional sources reported McNa mara would limit the power of the service secretaries to issue travel orders and would place more of that power under his office This could mean that tha Army Navy and Air Force sec retaries no longer would be able to act on their own and invite congressmen on inspection or other trips The National Guard which went through the McNamara wringer under a previous pro gram doesnt escape entirely under his new project The ex pectation was that an order dis banding a total of 21 lowpriori ty divisions would include 15 Guard divisions with present low priority in addition to six Reserve divisions Inside The Globe Church news Society Clear Lake 7 North rviws I Sports 9 Newman Surveyor 11 City newt 1213 14 7417 Boy arrested for robbery try SIOUX CITY AP An 18 yearold boy who graduated from high school only last spring has been charged with an unsuccessful plot to rob a bank at Holstein about 43 miles east of here The youth Anthony Bcckman of Akron Iowa was picked up at Minden Neb Friday in a stolen car with his girl friend Mary Heidcr also of Akron Officers said he carrying a nickleplated revolver be lieved to be the same one with which Richard McCrea 46 cashier of the Holstein State Bnnk was held captive in his home last Wednesday night S McCrea was a hostage for 45 minutes before he managed to break out of the house escap ing three bullet shots He said his captor wanted him to open the bank vault Hayne A Thompson head of the FBI office here said he filed charges of attempted bank robbery against Beckman also a charge of interstate transpor tation of an auto stolen at Ak ron The car was recovered when the youth was arrested His girl companion was turned over to her parents Thompson said Bcckman will be returned to Sioux City by US marshals in a few days but federal agents will question him further at Minden The Toy National Bank walk in office here was robbed of about Thursday Officers said Beckman would be ques tioned about that However tha holdup man at the Sioux City bank was described as appare ly around 40 years old Sioux City authorities said Beckman was believed to have been in the Army after gradu ation but his service status was not known They said they wanted to question the youth about recent robberies and breakins in tha Sioux City area and at Union County SD I   

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