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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Adlai U N to survive Despite Red China UNITED NATIONS NY AP As Adlai E Stevenso sees it some countries want t weaken the United Nations an Red China seeks to break it u but Indonesias withdrawa actually shows the need for stronger UN Stevenson the chief US dele gate to the United Nations was 65 Friday In a birthday interview with The Associated Press he said There is strong leadership from the Chinese Communists to break up the organization either because it is a peace keeping uiganization or because it doesnt promote the ambitions of the Chinese Communists Pekings drive has intensified a hazard that every frustratec member might feel a conflic with its national interest anc follow Indonesia out Stevenson said but I dont think it is likely Indonesia announced its with drawal last month because Ma laysia was elected to the Securi ty Council I dont apprehend muc trouble from that source Stev enson observed I think tha while the example of Indonesi is there it has served to drama to the rest of the membe ship the importance of stronger UN He expressed belief the Unit ed States could get a twothirds vote if necessary to apply Arti cle 19 That provision of the UN Charter says any member two years behind in paying its assessments like the Soviet Union France and 11 others shall have no vote in the assem bly Stevenson said the dispute over Article 19 is between those who want to preserve the organization intact and those who dont or dont care or dont even perceive whats involved here He remarked of the last group Im afraid there are a The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6 1965 10c a Paper Consists of Two One Associated Presi FuO WlrM No 311 Step up aid to Thailand Des man 51 killed in county accident f va11rnnflmon n fl fi A 51yearold Des Moines man was killed instantly Friday afternoon when his car was struck by the Rock Island Rocket passenger train two miles southwest of Mason City He was John Philip Sokolow ski Dr Alfred J Herlitzka county medical examiner ruled death as due to direct trauma re sulting from the crash The body was tossed 152 feet north of the crossing Sokolowski is Cerro Gordo Countys first traffic fatality of the year There had been none killed by this date a year ago The 10car passenger train pulled by a twounit northbound at 79 miles an hour when it struck the left side of the eastbound car at pm The crash scene is a half mile west of Highway 65 We hit him dead center re called J D Acela West Des Moines conductor for the Min neapolisbound train He didnt apply his brakes He didnt do anything H E McCullough West Des Moines engineer said he spot ted the car approaching the is without sig nal assumed it would stop in time But he never slowed up related the engi neer who estimated the cars speed at between 40 and 45 miles an hour Accla said McCullough made application of air brakes prior to the collision He said he had been blowing the trains horn even before that time The front light on the engine was working The front of the to the thrown 72 feet north of the train in the east ditch The known as No 18 continued north for nearly a mile before stopping I stopped as quickly as I could said McCullough Still attached to the front of the engine was the remaining twothirds of the Sokolowski car It took more than an hour to pry the wreckage from the diesel The bottom front portion of the as the pilot an estimated dam age A crew was brought from Mason City to cut the remaind er of the pilot from the diesel with a torch The pilot was hanging so low that the engine would not have been able to pass over crossings without fear of a derailment The engine under went repairs in Minneapolis Fri day night before starting the re turn trip to DCS Moines The Mason City fire depart ment was called at pm when a woman reported the loco motive was burning There was no fire when firemen arrived and they arc uncertain if there was a blaze The fire truck re mained there until pm None of the trains 115 passen gers was injured when the em ergency brakes were applied Acela said he did not even no lice a jolt w hen the engine slammed into the car a 1959 model The Rock Island depot said the train left Mason City at pm When on time the train pulls out at pm It was behind schedule Fridav King wants rights talk with LBJ SELMA Ala AP Drlof Alabama Alabama will be Martin Luther King who the major target for 1965 good many V The basic deadlock is whether the assemblys peacekeeping assessments are binding If the ADLAI E STEVENSON UN Needs Strength deadlock is not broken by the spent five days in jail here wants to talk with President Johnson about more civil rights legislation as a result of an Ala bama campaign which has brought more than 3000 arrests within three weeks King was released from been staged Marion t his Protests have almost daily in week and hundreds of arrests have resulted King announced that he would speak Monday in Montgomery time the Monday assembly reconvenes Stevenson said he Friday under bond and an nounced he was trying to get an appointment Monday with the President King planned to re urn to Atlanta Saturday and go o Washington Sunday night have come to see more than ever the need for new leg islation on the right to vote King said at a news conference I feel the need for a constitu tional amendment guaranteeing the right to vote Bearded and a little hoarse while Negroes opened a regis jailtration drive on Tuesday He mittee to negotiate all differ ences If the assembly wants a postponement he said the Unit ed States would like it as short as possible because it ought to be possible to ascertain quick ly if the dispute can be seltled Here are some of the ques tions and answers in the inter view Q You have been at the UN for more than four years now much longer do you intend to stay A Thats a subject I really haent grappled with Bill have thought that in anything youre doing there comes logical time to move on and di something else But I haven seen that yet I have n present intention of leaving Q Do you think the UN peacekeeping force got out of stration ii the Congo too quickly when it ministry withdrew last June after four years in that country A Yes but it was unavoida blIf you remember we put up a heroic battle to it in that last six months December to June When the Indians indi cated they would have to pull out after the Chinese attack there was the difficulty of get ting troops from other countries to fill the forces up I regret very much that the Africans didnt at that time say This is our responsibility and were going to help matters here and work with the Congolese Q why do you say the uNi troops pulled out of the Congo too quickly I A Because they ncd never succeeded in training the Con golese army to do the job itself to maintain internal order itself Political stability had not even been restored to the country Q Do you think the present deadlock over peacekeeping finances means that the United Nations will never again be able ADLAI Continued on 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy littlt In Colder Sunday Highs Saturday 3540 King traveled to nearby Maricr Friday night and spoke at a hurch rally King was married meeting We are going to get his right to vote even if it is I I i U i S LctgCU O u necessary to fill up all the jails courlnouse and were arrested ear the west Alabama nearly 11 years ago town also planned forays into other Alabama counties King said demonstrations follow those which brought 549 arrests in Selma Friday were a real possibility Negroes demonstrated after Registrar Chairman VB Atkins Sr re fused to pledge daily operation of the board Sheriff James G Clark first arrested 74 Negro adults who went to the Dallas County courthouse with peti tions for the registrars to begin accepting the names of appli cants They were arrested for con tempt of court under an order Initially railroadmen h a d thought it would be necessary to switch diescls at Manly be fore continuing on to Minneapo lis Later they decided to make temporary repairs at the scene The accident was investigated by the highway patrol with as sistance of the county sheriffs department Sokolowski was born Sept 13 1913 His DCS Moines address was 191 E 13th St The PattersonJames Funeral Home is in charge of local ar rangements The Conlcy Funeral Home Des Moines is in charge of services Laotian rebellion crushed Leaders flee to Thailand VIENTIANE Laos AP Wellinformed sources said Sat urday Deputy Premier Gen Phoumi Nosavan and Police Gen Siho Lamphoutacoul are in Udorn Thailand where they fled after loyal rightists cnishec Aim at activity of Reds Want to halt subversion By SPENCER DAVIS WASHINGTON AP US officials said Saturday the United States is backing Thai land with steppcdup economic and military aid in intensified police action against Commun ist subversion US Ambassador Graham Martin is home for consultations on Thai security problems Stepped up clandestine Com munist radio broadcasts the past two months have been call ing for the establishment of a national liberation front and a national patriotic front But these efforts have not increased Communist capability to gain a foothold in Thailand US offi Icials said The main significance of tha clandestine broadcasts which are traceable to transmitters in Laos North Viet Nam and South China is mainly in show ing Communist plans for tha area sources said On Nov 1 a broadcast an their rebellion The sources CRASH SCENE Ambulance attendants and highway patrolmen carry the body of John Sokolow ski from a ditch near the crossing where his car was Pholos by Jo Moore Stewart struck by a train The front of his vehicle was all that remained at the scene The remaining twothirds of the car went with the train mile up the tracks said both me were at the hoxise of the Udorn provincial governor and had appealed to the Thai govern ment for asylum Laotian sources did not know whether the two men would be returned to Vientiane There was no immediate con firmation of the report issued by Slate Judge James A Hare who has banned demon We are going all out in Ala lralions around the courthouse 3ama he told the church End demonstration Then 475 young Negroes most of them high school pupils staged a demonstration at the Most of them remained in jail King said that demonstrations would be stopped if the reg by students in MADRID AP Police broke up a street demonstration Friday by Madrid University students protesting a govern mentbacked student syndicate Officers used luncheons to dispser the demonstrators but no injuries were reported Last week a few students were ar rested during a similar demon stration in front of the education jthan i local i i Newman Surveyor 3 Church news 4 Society news Sports news 9T Clear Lake news 10 authorities would allow Negroes to walk or march to the courthouse without arrests King left ail shortly after 15 congressmen from northern and western states arrived in Selma They talked with King after his release and then met with local officials Rep Charles C Diggs D Mich a Negro who acted as spokesman said that neither his group nor four Republican con gressmen from Alabama was able to persuade the other side to change its views Mayor Joseph T Smithcrman told the congressmen he op posed a biracial commission which some of them had sug Mason City news 1213 Latest markets 12 gested Reps Charles Mathias R Md and Ogden R Reir RNY Comics 14returned to Washington from Editorials ISjSelma and said new legislation Classified pages 1617jis needed to protect Negro vot North Iowa news rights A spokesman for Premier Prince Souvanna Phouma said Phoumi might be shot if cap nounced establishment of a movement for the independence of Thailand It called for the overthrow of the Thai govern ment and alleged that the coun try was a newtype colony of the United States On Jan 1 a national patriotic front was formed according to another clandestine radio broad cast It also used the same phraseology of newtype col ony as a description for Thai land and called for an uprising against the government The Thai government intensi fied police vigilance in the northeast province adjoining and sent mobile civic ac tured and in any case probably would be replaced in the shaky rightistneutralist coalition cabi net Udorn site of a US Air Force base is in northern Thai and and about 40 miles south of Vientiane In an official proclamation Family including his wife anc friends were rounded up by soldiers in the vicinity of Vien tane and returned to the capita after loyalists put down the re bellion on Wednesday ion development units into the area US officials take the view that these fronts exist more as a iction on the radio than as ac tual fronts but say the Commu nist activity is not being ig nored US military and economic aid to Thailand has been run ning at about million a year This will be stepped up officials said but they gave no figure According to specialists on the area Thailands leaders are In an official proclamation Saturday Souvanna promised due punishment for the few ambitious criminals mcnted the rebellion who fo MILE FROM SCENE Twothirds of John Sokolowskis car rests in front of a Rock Island pas senger train This portion of the vehicle had to be pryed from the front of the engine See other picture on page 2 Kosygin expected to offer aid to N Viet t j T n TVI n t 1C On J TOKYO AP Soviet Pre mier Alexei N Kosygin confers with Communist North Viet namese leaders in Hanoi Satur day amid the expectation he will offer them military aid for the war against the Saigon gov ernment Accompanied by a delegation of Soviet military officials Kosygin arrived in the North Vietnamese capital Saturday for a fourday visit after a flight from Peking where he held talks Friday night with Commu nist Chinese Premier Chou En lai Communist dispatches from Peking indicated Kosygin got a chilly reception from the V Chinese hierarchy on his brief stopover Tass the Soviet News Agency said in a story from the Red Chinese capital that a talk look place between the two sides after a dinner given by Chou for Kosygin The communique on the meet ing did not say what is often announced on such occasions That the talks were held in a cordial and friendly atmosphere and that the two Red leaders had reached a complete identity of views On the other hand newspa pers in Hanoi extended warm greetings Saturday in banner headlines to the Soviet delega tion whose visit to North Viet I Narn indicates a Soviet chal lenge to Communist Chinas dominance in Southeast Asia Radio Hanoi quoted the Com munist daily Nhan Dan as say ing that North Viet Nam sup ports the Soviet Unions foreign policy of the principles of peaceful coexistence with the capitalist states and ridding mankind of a world war Nhan Dan said Kosygins mis sion bears a splendid signifi cance for the consolidation of the solidarity and friendship between the peoples of Viet Nam and the Soviet Union The North Vietnamese with the more militant Chinese in the ideological dis putc between Moscow and Pek ing Red China has been consid ered the power behind President Ho Chi Minhs support of Com munist guerrillas in South Viet Nam seeking to topple the US backed regime there Western observers believe Kosygin may offer the North Vietnamese military supplies in exchange for a promise not to aggravate the war in South Viet Nam or provoke a direct clash with the United States The American Broadcasting Co said in Washington Friday night that US intelligence sources have learned that Soviet Union plans to supply North Vietnamese with the t same type of antiaircraft mis siles installed in Cuba These are capable of knocking down the highflying American U2s However US State Depart ment officials in Washington said they knew nothing of any impending Soviet offer of this kind After its visit to North Viet Nam the Soviet delegation plans to stop in Peking for re fueling on the return trip to Moscow It was not known whether another meeting would be held between the Soviets and Chinese Religious leaders Bundy talk SAIGON South Viet Nam AP President Johnsons lenvoy to South Viet Nam Mc George Bundy scheduled meet ings Saturday with leaders of four religious faiths i Bundy broke the ice Friday with strongman Lt Gen Nguy en Khanh whose relations with US Ambassador Maxwell D Taylor already cool chilled when Khanh ousted Premier jTran Van Huong Jan 27 Bundy invited the religiou headers to confer with him a the US Embassy They are Roman Catholic Archbishop Paul Nguyen Van Binh Cao Dai sect leader Tran Quang Binh Hoa Hao sect lead er Luong Trong Thuong and Buddhist leaders Thich Tien Minh and Tran Quang Thuan There was no meeting sched uled however with the two ranking Buddhist leaders who cool and confident of their abili ty to maintain the freedom and independence of the kingdom The Thais were said to accept at face value the strong assur ances of US support which have been stated by both Presi dent Johnson and the late Presi dent John F Kennedy as partof the US commitment to the Southeast Asia Treaty Organi zation SEATO headquarters are in Bangkok Thailands cap ital Obscene books are confiscated In Des Moines DES MOINES AP vice squad officers seized sev eral hundred books and maga zines in a raid on Hymans Book Store in downtown Des Moines Friday Mortin Fingert identified as owner and manager was charged with selling an obscene magazine Betty Freedman identified as a clerk was charged with pos session of obscene literature Both entered innocent pleas efore Municipal Judge Luther Glanton Jr and a trial was scheduled for Feb 19 Lt Arvene Nelson said the aid followed the arrest of ames Ahrens who was ac lhave threatened a new cam paign to overthrow the regime Agitation by the two Thich Tr Quang and Thich Tarn Chau led to the downfall of Premie JHuong Buddhist influence in the Sai Igon government is a matter o concern to the Catholics Thei first real blow was the ouste and death in November 1963 o Ngo Dinh Diem who was a citsed of suppressing the But dhists used of showing a nudist maga ine to a 13yearold girl Feb L SAM   

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