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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Moscow meeting trouble May aggravate Commie split EDITORS NOTE Com munist set Monday n Moscow may an tremely important affect on relations between Rus sia arid Red China and in turn on world tensions Noted AP correspondent William Ryan an expert in Soviet af fairs gives his views on the parley By WILLIAM L RYAN The Russians probably wish Ing theyd never started th business appear to have littl choice but to go ahead with th international Communist meel ing scheduled to open Monday Far from Helping heal the worl Communist rift the session i likely to aggravate it At best from the Soviet view point the meeting will be just about meaningless an oppor tunity to produce a public cho rus of denunciation of the Unit ed States and in private to de bate fruitlessly whether the world Communist movement is drifting Clearly there is a widespread lack of enthusiasm among the invited parties Moscow invited 25 which with the Sovietparty framed the 1960 Moscow dec laration Three parties the Chinese the big Indonesian party and the Albanian already have re jected the invitation Five more Romanian North Korean North Vietnamese Japanese and British are likely to stay away The result may be a turn out of 17 or less of the invited 25 a sorry spectacle of Mos cows leadership Even the Polish party has been expressing doubts of the wisdom of the meeting which was supposed to prepare for a conference of all parties to study the rift and sort out con flicting views Possibly there are doubts even in the Soviet party itself But Moscow has itself in a box It has committed itself to the meeting and would be reluc tant at this late date to back away That would look like sur render to Peking The Kremlin hardly wants to leave the impression that it bows to Chinese pressure The meeting comes at an awkward time for Moscow The Viet Nam crisis has reached new heights of tension and the Chinese point an accusing finger at Moscow Fearful of being involved in what may explode in Asia the Russians have sup ported the idea of negotiations to remove the fuse The Chinese scenting Communisl victory show no taste for nego tiations The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY U 1965 OOe a Thli Paper Consists ol SectionsSection One Associated Press Full No U Report NViet peace bid FOCUS on North iowo Belmond studies industrial potential FLOYD ROBERTS By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director has been a committee formed in this Wright County community which wont be a success until it is disband ed That is the unusual distinction held by the Industrial Develop ment Committee ofthe Belmond Junior Chamber of Commerce Our function is strictly of a factfinding nature says Floyd Roberts chairman of the 5 weckold 7 man committee Once we complete that job we hope to turn over the task of in dustrial promotion to a legal corporation Currently however this com mittee is Belmonds main con tact with industries and busi nesses seeking new locations The Bclmond industrial pro motion organization was born of a conversation between Rob erts and other Jaycee members We saw some of the success other towns our size in North Iowa have had in attracting new industry and decided it was time we got into the competi tion Roberts recalls We didnt have the kind of money it takes to set up a legal development corporation but we do have enthusiasm and spare time so we got the idea of a committee to investigate the pos sibilities The Jaycee and senior cham ber boards agreed with the plan and appointed the committee The senior chamber kicked in to help with incidental ex penses of the committee Thefirst thing the committee did was meet with a representa tive of the Iowa Development Commission who recommended that a survey be taken of Bel mond to determine the towns physical facilities s u c h as power water labor recreation transportation etc This survey is under way Also the committee selected a dozen or so communities that have enjoyed industrial growth in recent years and wroto them inquiring about their promotion programs The committee also has been in contact with several indus tries which have indicated a de sire to relocate In all Roberts estimates that his committee has spent about 125 hours of volunteer work on the project Besides Roberts committee FOCUS Continued on Page 2 Plot is f ea red on King Dynamite is found AP Photofax OSCAR Audrey Hepburn left didnt receive an Oscar nomination Julie Andrews right did Hollywood is ina gossipturmoil over the inci dent Gossip flying in Hollywood The Kremlin leadership probl HOLLYWOOD AP Beness youre lucky if you rcmem ably has provoked the Chinesecause Audrey Hepburn waslber your own name half the anew It has tried to overleapjscratched before she got to Peking in Asia and seek supportipost the Hollywood Oscar derby im disappointed she didnt for a policy of cautious Commujhas the whole film colony nommatcd for an Oscar but nist expansion in an era ofibling Friday peaceful coexistence It has Miss Hepburn star of My1 S l repeated despite what hapFair Lady on thc screen didnt pcned in Viet Nam that it stillgct nominated for the Motion seeks norm si relations with picture Ac 3 clem v 3 wsrcls But Washington Llulie Andrews who created This activity hardly couldJEliza Dooliltle on Broadway please Peking Reacting to it did Chinese politburo member Peng T crScal raves and the Cheng called for even more be States implying the Russians Miss Andrews wasnt cast in the Warner Bros film version Audrey got the part But Julies records When the movie started Miss Andrews never had made a pic LOS ANGELES AP Police tightened security around civil rights leader Dr Martin Luther King Jr Friday while searching for a man they de scribed as a white racist who may be armed with high explo ives Detectives said they found boxes of stolen dynamite and other explosives Thursday night in the apartment of Keith D Gilbert 27 a gun dealer already awaiting trial on the charge of attempting to kill a man a Negro last September Two men later were picked up for questioning in connection with the theft Subsequently they were booked on suspicion of burglary Officers said the boxes founc in Gilberts apartment had been opened and it was not known whether any dynamite or am monium nitrate an unstable chemical which vastly increases explosive potential was miss ing The explosives found how ever were those taken from a powder company magazine ear ly Thursday morning police reported Several hours after the theft an anonymous caller said the dvnamite would be used to kill Photofax MOON TALK James E Webb National Aero nautics and Space Administration head explains some space problems and accomplishments to Presi dent Johnson and Vice President Hubert Humphrey during a visit to NASA headquarters At left is One of the moon photos made by Ranger 8 last Saturday Models of moon vehicles are shown in foreground on a simulated moon surface ture Walter Disney cast her asrjr King Mary Poppins and she emerged a boxoffice moviei Police identified the two men were scared to view thc States as a paper tiger being beaten everywhere in world This could be a signal that the propaganda barrage may begin at any time from the Chinese side North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair and warmer Friday night lows 12 northeast to 18 southwest Saturday part ly cloudy windy and warmer highs 35 northeast to 42 south west selection as a best actress canjstar But Disney whose namejbooked on suspicion of burglary resulted from Maryjalone sells all his pictures canjas Rodney Chesney 42 his nephew Ronald Bartell 24 both of nearby Sunland which led the packistar an unknown movie name Warner with an S18rtiillion in vestment couldnt afford such a with hers and 12 other nomina lions The vole against Audrey even Warner Bros admits is more a vote against Jack L j H k IIUlJiWAO Warner The studio boss passedi hojcc that hurt Audrcy Most VIC although rvhnfi in ft Also in Gilberts apartment police said were bazookas a jmortar hand grenades and ap The fact remains that it forms for a group one irescntment against Warncrsofficer identified as The Miriute up Julie for the movie her price was Juljc shoud have gollen everybody in Hollywood felt with Audreys SI million men Detective Lt said that there Manuel Pena vas no indica role in the first place Gibcrt was responsible for Then a few weeks ago whenaclors vote on nominations lhreats against Dr Kings Jule recetved Hollywood actors being emotional people a speech couldnt Audreys name Lots of remember hate bosses Its that simple Julie savs she owes all hcri I didnt mean it as a slight explains Warner In this busipresent success to Warner By highway patrol Blood rushed to bed of ailina N Iowa lad life but rcported a tight securi ty cordon had heen thrown around the civil rights leader as a precaution Dr King spoke to 2000 guests at a World Affairs Council luncheon and then went Thurs day night to a special benefit screening of The Greatest Sto ry Ever Told King plans to return Monday to Selma Ala for a renewal of his voter registration drive Inside The Globe HAMPTON A 5yearold boyiBank Dr Munns put in a rush was in satisfactory condition at call to the blood banks regional a hospital here Friday thanks to a speedy relay carried on by the iofficc in St Paul In return thc bank contacted Iowa ami Minnesota highway Minnesota highway patrol offi patrols Thursday night cials and askcd lf a Patro1 rclaV could rush the needed blood to thc Iowa border Thc Minnesota patrol agreed and contacted the Jeffrey Buss son of Mr and Mrs Roger Buss Hampton was brought unconscious to the local hospital about pm day suffering from blcading Dr Richard E Munns Thurslowa highway patrol and askcd Buss physician realized thc boy would need transfusions and that have an Iowa patrol relay take Uie blood from thc border to Hampton It took two hours and 20 min thc Buckner Britt and Calvin CounNEW CITY hall location tryman Iowa Falls Country questioned Page 6 OWA BANDMASTERS utes from thc time the Minnesota patrol was first contacted to get there was none of his blood to Hampton type 0 negative on stock at thc hospital Since thc hospital is a mem ber of the Red Cross Blood Handling the Iowa portion of thc relay were patrolmen Mah lorn Pelham Northwood Alfred man carried the blood on the final leg of thc relay and ar rived at pm During the time required to get the blood from St Paul Dr Munns was able to find a Hamp ton donor with the same blood type as the Buss boy This don or gave a pint of blood which helped thc boy until the re iayed blood could arrive Friday Dr Munns said thc relayed blood had been instru mental in stabilizing the boys condition Tests were still being made Friday to determine the cause of the internal bleeding The bleeding had stopped by Friday morning here May 2729 Page 14 FATHER POWERS heads Community Chest Page 6 Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news 47 Latest markets7 Society news I Sports news 910 North Iowa news 11 Editorials 12 Comics 13 Transit timetable 14 Classified pages1415 Television LBJs space face The surrounding pictures present an i n teresting study of the flexible face of President Johnson as he listens to an hourlong briefing on space accom plishments and plans for the future The meeting held at the National Aero nautics and Space Admin istration headquarters in Washington drew this comment from the Presi dent Its incredible we have come so far in seven years Political solution is sought Word received from the Reds UNITED NATIONS NY AP It was reported Friday North Viet Nam favors Secre taryGeneral U Thants proposal for negotiations to end the war in Viet Nam but the United States wants indications first that Ha noi is ready to stop sending arms and reinforcements into South Viet Nam UN sources said Thant re ceived word that the North Viet namese regime was receptive to the idea of negotiations before he told a news conference Wednesday that he had made proposals looking toward a po litical solution to the war The sources said Thant sub mitted proposals two weeks ago to North Viet Nam the United States France Britain and the Soviet Union for preliminary talks to set up another confer ence on Viet Nam like the 1954 Geneva conference which ended the FrenchIndochinese War Secretary of State Dean Rusk told a news conference in Wash ington Thursday peace talks were out of the question until North Viet Nam shows it is ready to stop sending arms and reinforcements into South Viet Nam He declined to say what kind of indication from the Communists would be accepted No political gimmick can stop Red aggression against South Viet Nam Rusk said So long as the Communists aredetermined on continuing aggression he continued that has to be met on the ground factually directly He reaffirmed the Johnson administrations determination to take whatever action it con siders necessary to assist South Viet Nam Rusks remarks were the first detailed exposition of US poli cy on negotiations since the United States started bombing infiltration targets in North Viet Nam and since Britain France the Soviet Union and other countries began an active diplo matic search for a peaceful set tlement lest the war be expand ed rapidly Rusk said the United States intends to publish in a few days a full and uptodate summary of evidence establishing North Viet Nams direct responsi bility for a systematic cam paign of terror and guerrilla action in South Viet Nam He said the US position on negotiations was given to Red China Wednesday at the meet ing in Warsaw between US Ambassador John Moors Cabot VIET NAM Continued on Fage 2 Marked lull in Viet war SAIGON Viet Nam AP A marked lull in Viet Cong activity uggests the massive raids by US Air Force jets are getting esults The red guerrillas staged fcw r incidents Friday than in any other 24hour period since tho ets were unleashed last Thurs day No major ground engage ments were reported In 47 sorties from the flight ine at Bien Hoa Air Base US let bombers showered more than 150 tons of high explosives on suspected Viet Cong hideouts in the jungles by Phuoc Tuy Prov ince on the South China Set east of Saigon SAM   

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