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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 1, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Soviet leaders fo U S Date is not set The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 1 WS UOc Paper Conilils o Two One AiioeUted Prtu Full LMM WkM No 3M By JOHN M HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP US officials Monday welcomed the Soviet Unions favorable re sponse to President Johnsons call for toplevel visits and con tacts between the two countries They were less certain how ever about what to make of the Soviet Unions unexpected diplo matic intervention in wartorn Southeast Asia except tnat it will probably raise new prob lems for both the United States and Red China The two apparently unrelated developments announced in Moscow Sunday led Washington authorities to conclude that the new regime in Moscow has now made some basic foreign policy decisions and is ready to initiate action The response to Johnsons initiative which the President made in his State of the Union message a month ago took the format of a commentary in the Communist party paper Prav da which US leaders were ture was officially inspired The comment declared that Johnsons proposal for visits and for increased contacts be tween US and Soviet officials had met with a positive re sponse in the Soviet Union Informants here said there had been some advance word to the United States that a favora ble informal reply would be forthcoming They called the Pravda commentary encourag ing and speculated that diplo mats of the two countries would soon begin exploratory talks about toplevel visits Johnson had said he would like the new Kremlin leaders to come to this country and speak to the American people on tele vision He made clear that he would welcome a reciprocal in vitation to visit the Soviet Union and appear on Soviet television A few hours before the Prav da article was published the Tass mws agency disclosed that Soviet Premier Alexei N Kosy gin would head a highpowered delegation of Soviet military aviation and economic experts on a visit to North Viet Nam This seems to mean that Kosygin and Soviet Communist party secretary Leonid 1 Bre zhnev who replaced Premier Khrushchev last October have decided to abandon Khru shchevs handsoff policy in Southeast Asia and try to play a vigorous role in the politics of conflict in that part of the world Washington authorities doubt ed that the two separate an nouncements were merely coin cidental They were inclined to think Soviet leaders were trying to indicate to Washington that any Russian move to intervene in Southeast Asia was not in tended to strain relations be tween Washington and Moscow This view was based in part on a longstanding belief of poli cymakers here that the Soviet Union does not stand to profit by expanding war between North and South Viet Nam or udget up million A Arrest Negroes in Selma Include Dr King Photofax CASTRO GETS THE PITCH Fidel Castro waits for the signals of the catcher before throwing first ball toinaugurate the 1965 national baseball championship in Havanas LatinAmerican Park be fore 27000 fans Sunday Castro a pitcher in his stu dent days was wildly cheered as he threw to the first batter of a Havana team The batter hit an easy popup in a 32 count Castro has not missed an opening game since he took power in 1959 State mishaps take 11 lives SELMA Ala Approxi mately 300 Negroes including Dr Martin Luther King Jr were arrested by city police Monday as they marched toward the Dallas County courthouse in a continuing voter registra tion campaign The Negroes who were walk ing en masse from the church were taken into custody on orders from Selmas Public Safety Director Wilson Baker on charges of parading without a permit Baker his voice hoarse with laryngitis stopped the proces sion half a block from the Brown Chaple Ame Church where the Negroes had assem bled He told them This is a deliberate attempt to violate the citys parade ordinance You will have to break up in small groups King walking at the head of the group told Baker We dont feel that were disobeying any law We feel that we have a con stitutional right to walk down to the courthouse The city police official warned them again that they would be violating the law if they contin ued as they were He permitted them to proceed for two blocks before stopping them again and announcing Each and every one of you is under arrest for parading with out a permit A small force of city police told the Negroes to form a more compact group and then march ed them the remaining two blocks to the city hall Baker instructed men to refrain from using force in mak ing the arrests Another group of Negroes had gone to the courthouse earlier to get in line to seek registration as voters between Laos There North Viet Nam and was some expectation probably make would a strong that Kosygin undertake to agreement of aid and support for Communist North Viet Nam hut that this agreement would he essentially defensive in na ture and might even lead even tually to some brake on North Vietnamese aggression in Laos and South Viet Nam One result of the new Soviet moves was considered here to be reasonably predictable A deeper wedge between the So viet Union and Red China In recent years Ret Chinas in fluence in North Viet Nam has been predominant By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents claimed at least seven lives in Iowa over the weekend four of them in a one cartrain crash at Lovilia in south central Iowa It was the worst accident of the year so far A Burlington freight train pulling 15 cars cut in two the car of the Jack Shelford family of Lovilia killing four members of the family and injuring two others Hughes proposes new record figure DES MOINES ff A record state budget of million a year was proposed to the Iowa Legis lature by Gov Harold Hughes Monday He called it a balanced payasyougo blueprint for the next menu of bread not of frosted cake The governors recommendations would some million a year more than the current state budget of million He called for an additional million a year in state aid to schools which he said would enable local school districts largely to hold the line on school prop erty taxes in the next two years He also proposed more money for most state de partments and agencies to finance pay increases for state employes expanded welfara payments a stepped up capital improvements program and ad dition of 100 men to the Highway Patrol To pay the bill he called for adjustments in the tax base which he said would add Schools tap million 26 per cent of budget Imillion a year to the revenue These included an in dividual income tax withholding system starting next July 1 and extension of the 2 per cent sales tax to certain services Hughes said he would like to see the moneys and credits tax and possibly the household pro perty and Iowa livestock taxes DES MOINES AP Govlrepeaied But he warned that Harold Hughes recommended since proceeds of these taxes go to the Iowa Legislature Monh0 local governments rather day appropriations totaling to the state some means 009700 for operation and mainOf replacing the revenvie of tenance of State Board of Reabout million a year will gents institutions in the to be found to avoid real estate tax boosts biennium He also proposed giving the Regents million for the bien nium for new buildings and ma jor physical improvements The recommendations ac counted for about 26 per cent of the governors proposed budget of million a year for the two yearsstarting next July 1 below the boards Dead are Mrs Doris She ford 30 and three sons Steve 11 Tony 3 and Mike 6 months Shelford 35 and another son Craig 7 were hospitalized at Albia Shelford an employe of the John Morrell Co plant in Ot tumwa lives less than a block from the railroad crossing where the accident occurred It could not be determined immediately who was driving ithe car Three other persons died ear lier in the weekend Steve Osboe 19 of Webster City was killed and two com panions injured Saturday night when their car went out of con trol on Highway 20 east of Webster City A Des Moines man Robert LeRoy Kintz 21 died Friday when a car carrying him and a companion hit the rear of a truck on Interstate 80 north east of the capital city Kozlov funeral is slated for Tuesday as when the Dallas County Board of Registrars met again Monday for a oneday session The first 100 arriving at the courthouse were given number ed places in line and were per mitted to await their turn with out interference King and the larger group left the church later They said they planned to march to the court house and demonstrate their protest against what they called the slow pace of registration Photofax CHURCHILL GRAVE BECOMES A SHRINE This airview shows part of the long line of Britons moving to the Bladon Churchyard lower left Mon day Some 60 to 70 thousand persons filed past the newly turned grave of Sir Winston Churchill giving it the aspects of a new national shrine to pay trib ute Thousands pass by grave of Sir Winston Churchill but were far askings The board had requested 792233 a year for operating its improvement institutions and for services and the biennium for capital im provements The governors recommenda tions if adopted would give the board an increase of million a year over the current annual appropriation for operations and maintenance but million less for the biennium for capital im provements However tempted we might be Hughes said in his remarks prepared for a joint session of the legislature we cannot en lance our educational facilities to the exclusion of such vita1 areas as public safety highway The proposed budget would reduce the stata general fund balance expected to be a little over million at the end of the current bien nium next June 30 to an esti mated by June 30 1967 In his remarks prepared for joint session of the House and Senate Hughes said he ful ly expects criticism of the budg et from those who oppose any Before leaving the church BLADON England AP King read a prepared statement to his followers and to news men in which he promised that the Civil Rights campaign in MOSCOW AP The not nd there of Frol Kozlov Soviet deputy premier will take place Tues day in Red Square Tass the official Soviet news agency said Monday Kozlov 56 once regarded as political heir to exPremier Nik ita Khrushchev died Saturday He had suffered a heart attack two years ago is a change in the voting proc ess and the establishment of democracy He called upon President Johnson Gov George Wallace of Alabama the US Supreme Court and Congress to declare KING Continued on 2 Sir Winston Churchills grave a smail rectangular plot heaped sages on the wreaths Many wept To my Clemmie same scale at weekends and with wreaths of flowers in ajwrcaths from Lacjy Churchili holidays from now on said a darling Winston Bladon official read one of the In Melbourne Australia quiet country churchyard is attracting thousands of visitors Police estimated thai morel whom he often referred to as my darling Clementine For our beloved grandpa than 325000 persons filed past the spot in Bladon Sunday where the great statesman was laid to rest Saturday Wrapped in coats blankets and ski suits the mourners paused at the graveside at St Martins Church to read mcs Charles Cityan 32 killed ifrom his loving grandchildren Nicholas Emma Jeremy Charlotte and Rupert said an other Bladon a hamlet of 413 per sons in Oxfordshire had been content to remain in obscurity for centuries Sunday the crowds streamed into the tiny churchyard their autos jam ming the churchs tiny parking lot Police officers directed the overflow to a field a half mile down the road This sort of thing is going to happen possibly not on the construction public health in dustrial development and the care of the handicapped CHARLES Charles City mother of four killed late Saturday night in a singlecar accident on a downtown street here Dead is Dorothy Olcjniczack 32 Her husband Daniel G Olcj niczack 33 suffered only minor cuts and bruises He was treated and released at Cedar Valley Hospital here Police discovered the acci dent at pm There was SAME IStUck Mcuni peculation that the mishap oc curred as much as an hour be ore Officers said the small for ignmade car driven by Olej niczack rammed into the rear of a parked truck in the 800 block of South Main St The for picking up ref owned by Virgil Hem stead Maple Hill la Olejniczack is employed by Hoydrotile Co of Nashua The Family recently moved here from Wisconsin Funeral services have tenta tively been scheduled for Thurs day at Big Bend Wis Survivors include Debra 10 Danny 9 David 8 Dean 1 two sisters Mrs Phyllis Hoppe of Mikwonago Wis and Mrs Caroline Wiselman of Hills Comer Wis and her parents Mr and Mrs Arthur Bornfleth of Big Bend She was preceded in death by daughter Diane Inside The Globe Prime Minister Robert Menzies announced plans to raise million for a Churchill memori al trust fund for scholarships We think that there ought to he established not only here but in other countries and in the United States a system of Win ston Churchill scholarships or fellowships he said Youth held for assault on deputy HARLAN 16yearold Harlan youth was being held un der guard at a hospital here Monday charged with assault with intent to commit murder Houghtaling the Saturday The governor recommended an operating budget for the Un iversity of Iowa of 500 a year up from the present an nual 050 It appropriation of included these proposed Derek Walter was charged in fESTIMONTAI to Hancher tamie County night beating of Deputy Sheriff Joseph Torres 46 of Pottawat Page 12 Torres was assigned to a di vision of the sheriffs office in amounts compared with the present annual appropriation General university and University Hos pital and Psychopathic Hospital 700 and Bacteriologi cal Laboratory and Hospital School 300 and and Lakeside Laboratory and For State University it Ames Gov Hughes proposed a year up from 693950 at present Included in the recommendations were 875000 annually for the Agri cultural Experiment Station and a year for the exten sion service Present appro priations for these related serv ices are and a year respectively The ISU of government resist any in creases in taxes however mod est But he added The ultimate end of govern ment is to provide the optimum opportunity for the good life for our to break records for low rates of taxation This budget is not a package of miracles on the one hand or a handful of sawdust on the oth er It is a sensible respectabla step in the direction of a con structive future It is a menu of bread not of frosted cake Even the bread of our private economic well being will be denied us if we do not make those public invest ments that are necessary to keep our private economy strong in the competitive times of this late 20th century The governor noted that de spite the record size of his pro posed budget his recommend ations total million less than askings of state depart ments and agencies Hughes made these proposals for increasing state revenue Enactment of m withholding tax to go into effect next July 1 with half the total tax load for in the spring of He said this would bring in about mil lion a year additional revenue Editorials 4jAvoca where he said he was Society news 67 attacked by a youth he ar North Iowa 8 rested for questioning Sports Latest markets 17 Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 Clear Lake news 15 Classified pages 1417 HOWARDS WIDOW DIES ROME Mrs Roy W Howard 81 widow of Roy How ard former Scripps Howard newspaper executive died Sat urday of a heart attack She had been living in Rome since the The youth used a wooden club and knocked Torres uncon scious Houghtaling was arrested shortly after the beating Satur day when his car was in an accident on a rural road EXCOLLEGE HEAD DIES SEQUIM Wash Hen ry Schmitz who served on the faculty of the University of Min FATAL CRASH SCENE AT CHARLES CTTY death of vember her husband last No general university appropria tion would go up under Hughes recommendation from the cur rent to a year Hughes proposed a year for State College of Iowa compared with at present For other institutions under the Board of Regents the governors recommended appro priations and the current ap propriations included Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School and lo th at the state now is not getting from persons who dont file in come tax returns Extending the 2 per cent sales tax to hotel and motel bills laundry and dry cleaning bar ber and beauty shop services and repealing the present ex emption from sales tax on trade ins such as used cars and farm equipment He estimated this would produce million a year Increasing the corporation in come tax rate from 3 to 4 per cent to add million in revenue nesota for 27 years and later was president of the University of Washington died Saturday iHe retired in 1958 fr wa School for the Deaf and and Oskdale San atorium and 000 Raising me cigarette tax front five to seven cents a pack BUDGET Continued en 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Clear diminishing windt and colder Monday night 20 below Clear and continued cold Tuesday nifhs Ml Details On t   

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