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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                urprise An AP Analysis By GEORGE SYVERTSEN MOSCOW AP A burst of spontaneous applause for Jo sef Stalin revcrberalcd out of JOSEF the Kremlin during the weekend STALIN ancl across the Soviet Union The unrehearsed tribute Memory erupted suddenly after a fleet livts on ing mention of Stalin as the So viets World War II armed forces commander in chief in a speech on the 20th anniversary of VE Day by the new Soviet Communist party leader Leonid I Brezhnev The crowds reaction seemed to strike Brezhnev like a thun derclap Obviously surprised he stumbled over his text He quickly recovered his compo sure and abruptly cut off the demonstration by resuming his reading The manifestation indicated that despite nine years of de stalinization there may he many more fans of Slalin than the Soviet leaders suspected The crowd gathered in the 6 000seat Kremlin Palace of Con gresses auditorium was similar to the hundreds of Soviet au Stall diences before whom Nikita Khrushchev had denounced Slalin as a bloody tyrant Many were representatives ot the Soviet Communist party and government elite who professed complete sympathy with Khru shchevs vituperation toward the late dictator A majority of the audience howcvet were ordinary men and women who fought under Stalins command during World War II Many of them probably charged into combat shouting n still the bailie cry For the Mother land for Stalin Many were taught hymns to Slalin in schools and nurseries They still know by heart verses giving thanks to Stalin for ev erything from their daily bread to the onset of spring Small groups gathered in Red Square after the meeting to dis cuss the applause for Stalin Many openly repudiated Khrushchevs charges against the former Kremlin ruler Oth ers bitterly criticized Khru shchev The comments arc typical of the warm sentiments toward Stalin frequently encountered by Russianspeaking foreigners in informal contacts with ordi nary Russians Popular sentiment may soften the official criticism of Stalin but it is not likely to force the Kremlin leaders to rehabilitate him Khrushchevs successors are on record in favor of continued dcslalinization They recently made it clear that Stalins posi tive contributions particularly during World War 11 would be n acknowledged but that his mis takes and tyrannical methods would not be forgotten The Kremlin audience gave further evidence of the ease with which Russians can accept yesterdays villain as todays hero and vice versa Marshal Georgi Zhukov mak ing his first appearance in pub lic since Khrushchev banished him from public life in 1957 got a hearty round of applause The warm ovation clearly in dicated that Khrushchevs charges of political treachery against Zhukov had done little to tarnish the marshals image as one of the Soviet Unions popular wartime leaders Brezhnevs audience added another ironic note to the eve ning by applauding his mention of Communist Chinese leader Mao Tzetung the archvillain of Soviet antiChinese propagan da only a few months ago Some observers felt this was more a dutiful response to the current Soviet line ofconcilia tion and friendliness toward the Chinese than a demonstration of warm regard Schedule action on vote bill See passage this week WASHINGTON leaders said Monday they are hopeful of defeating a poll tax amendment Tuesday and then passing the voting rights bill by the end of the week A close vole is anticipated on the amendment by Sen Edward M Kennedy DMass and 38 other senators to ban poll taxes in slate and local elections The newspoper that makes all North lowans neighbor s Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY 10 194S IDc a Paper Consists oi Two One Associated Press Full Lease Wires No 78 Democratic Leader Mike reject surren Mansfield of Montana told newsmen he is reasonably hopeful of defeating the amendment And Sen Everett M Dirksen of Illinois the Rej publican leader said I thinkl well win although he added he doubled if there would be loo much margin to spare Mansfield and Dirksen con lend thc amendment is of doubt ful constitutionality as docs Ally Gen Nicholrs Katzen bach Kennedy made no forecast of the outcome saying some mem bers have not yet made up their minds Mansfield said that after the vnlc on Kennedys amendment he will scok an agreement to Jimil debate on Ihc bill and all other amendments in an effort to pass the bill by the end of thel week 5 If no agreement can be ob tained he said he will consult with Dirksen about filing a peti tion for cloturc or debate closing To cut off debate takes a twothirds majority of sena tors voting Sen Allen J Ellcndcr DLa leader of the Southern senators opposed to thc bill said theyj will meet Tuesday to decide whether to block a debalelimi tation agreement He said their decision is likely to depend in large measure on whether thc poll tax amendment is defeated Dirksen has said thai he would find it extremely difficult to vote to shut off debate if Ken nedys amendment should be written inlo thc bill Mason Cityan killed in Viet A 21yearold Mason City Marine has been re iported killed in action in Viet Nam Dead is Lance Cpl Nickolas R Koehler son of Mr and Mrs Harry Koehler 1431 N Monroe He was serv ing with the Third Marine Division The parents were informed of their sons death NICKOLAS KOEHLER of war 31inch snowfall in S Dakota Plows bad in service DEADWOOD SD Snowplows pulled out Saturday in a telegram from the Marine Corps commandant According to the message re ceived Koehler was killed by hostile gun fire while on patrol duty north of Da Nang air base He was killed Friday Saturday Iowa A news dispatch early Satur day reported a marine killed in the Da Narig area According to the dispatch a group of ma rines were touring hamlets handing out chewing gum candy and books They drew heavy fire from a house in one hamlet and he marine pre jsumcd to have been Koehler was fatally wounded by a rifle Hammer points in Viet Nam A day long bomb session SAIGON Viet Nam AP American and Vietnamese war pianos began pounding militarj bullet from Viet Cong guerriltargets in North Viet Nam a AP las Koehler joined the Marine Corps in January 1963 and trained at Camp Pcndlcton Calif He had been overseas in I midnight and continued the ae rial hammering through the day was supposed to be summer of whatjthc China Sea area since No vember 1964 but reportedly had Mansfield and Dirksen t b k u hi hccn stalioncd in Viol Nam only suggested thai instca1 of Ken i shm1 limn ncdys amendment language be ways Monclii attacking drifts3 snml llmc Photofax MASS ON A REVOLT BATTLE FRONT Father Charles Conroy of I Chi cago 111 says Mass for a group of United States soldiers of the320th Artillery right in their 105gim emplacement near the Duarte bridge in Santo Domingo Meanwhile the revolt continued although it was generally quiet on most fronts in the capital city of the Dominican Republic Reluming pilols reported de struction of bridges highway and railroad vehicles military emplacements and one large junk put inlo the bill cxpressin by a ilncil snowfall in the sense of Congress that pool taxwest central South Dakota cs have been used to discrimmountain collntry inate and directing the attorney Tllc snow which caught the I A US spokesman Koehler was born in Masonlpiancs encountered general to challenge them court Atty Gen Nicholas Katzen hach favors this approach too But Kennedy and Sen Jacob K Javits RNY said in a statement issued Sunday night that adoption of thc Mansfield in area by surprise started Satur day morning and didnt let up City April 6 1944 He was grad uated from Mason Cily High School in June 1962 He was dis for Store for several iiui i Warrl until noon Sunday Dcadwood y had 30 inches and Lead lcssLmonths bcTfre enlisting in the Marines He was a member of than a mile away measured 31 inches The snow drifted six to seven feet high in places Dirksen proposal might lead to prolonged litigation without cabins Friday ing slate poll taxes themselves trapped by People who had gone to their found snow They noted that a challenge to Virginias poll tax is currently before the Supreme Court They said adoption of their amend ment would hasten a decision in clogged roads Eight couples tended a dinner the case and increase the chance the court would declare the state law unconstitutional The KennedyJavits amend ment also was endorsed Sunday by the Commission on Religion who had al at a country club five miles from Lead shov eled and pushed their cars for Bethlehem Lutheran Church Besides his parents he is sur vived by four brothers Harry Jr and Duanc of Joliet III Frank of Mason City and John of Sugar Creek Ohio Four sis ters Mrs Gerald Rosella Schmidt and Mary Koehler of Mason Cily Mrs Dale Clara Shcrrill DCS Moines and Mrs moderate groundfire said the light to but that all planes returned safely with out sighting enemy aircraft One Navy jet pilot was killed Sunday when his plane failed to pull out of a strafing dive on a truck during raids on North Viet Nam Two American soldiers were killed and eight wounded in a sixhour battle with the Viet Cong 30 miles west of Saigon Want to top Hughes requests on budget Junta ready for new fight SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic Dominican rebels have rejected a surrender invitation Tom the new militarycivilian junta with a reply that hey have the morale and manpower to withstand at ack Gen Antonio Imbert Banera president of the iveman junta warned Sunday that his forces were ready as of now to move against the rebels But he said no attack would be launched until every effort has jeen exhausted to avert bloodshed U S sources said Washington would counsel against any renewal of fighting between the opposing factions I Imbert invited the rebels Enlistment extension is urged Suggestion by Nitze WASHINGTON AP Sec retary of the Navy Paul H Nitze Monday urged Navy offi cers and enlisted men to ex tend their service voluntarily for up to six months to ease a drain in experienced manpow er while the fleet is on crisis duty off South Viet Nam Nitze called on the men to DES MOINES AP He also said at a news consales tax even further to a personal contribution lativc leaders have decided to ference he go beyond the record milincome tax lion budget recommended by highest bracket only to replaceevents instructional Gov Harold Hughes the govrepeal of five of the six mills and school lunches would approve an things as admission to school to meeting the present chal lenge by voluntarily staying boost in the veryathletic and entertainment materials crnor said Monday Hughes added a policy de cision has been made but said details of the increase arc yet of monies and credits tax This bill is estimated to have 9V4 hours before getting home Gary Karcn Pcicrs Swale dale His grandmother Clara Hayungs of Woden also sur and Race of the National Council of Churches Virginia Alabama Mississip pi and Texas poll taxes for state elections They have been outlawed in national elections by the 24th Amend ment to the Constitution The House Judiciary Commit tee hopes to complete its work on the House version of the vot ing rights bill this week The House after considering a hatch of miscellaneous non controversial bills today takes up Tuesday the inde pendent offices appropriation bill which finances agencies such as Ihe Veterans Adminis Iration and the National Aero nautics and Space Administra tion Then it expects to receive the annual defense appropriations bill on which a final vote is scheduled next week The de fense bill will provide an esti mated billion in new funds MARCUS DIES BEVERLY HILLS Calif C Marcus chair man of the Pennsylvania Life Insurance Co died Saturday at his home nl age Pi He had been ill more than a year with cancer Some areas lost electricity when trees toppled across pow er lines Thawing temperatures fol lowed the snow It isnt as bad now said a eadwood resident the drifts were over our heads but now its below our shoulders D to be determined except that salcs tax to barber beauty shop It was one nf several atlacksPlans are to provide more stale laundry and dry cleaning scrv during the weekend in the Memoney lo relieve property and hotel and motel room In his budget message Hughes a Potential of an additional recommended extending ihcmillion a yean Hughes would not say what new total figure the policy de cision set for the budget But to lay down their arms and eave the country if they wanted to Co Francisco Caamano Deno the rebel chieftain issued this reply from his headquarters in the rebelheld southeast por tion of Santo Domingo We have defeated their best troops and the best from the national police force Do they think that with reserves from the interior they will be able to defeat a people whose morale is higher than it ever was Thc rebels have charged that eight truckloads of Dominican troops were brought in from the countryside and are bivouacked in thc zone occupied by US troops Although there were no offi cial figures available on the siza of forces available to thc junta Imberl said his troops were ca pable of moving against the rebels Before the revolt which de in uniform another three to six posed the civilian triumvirate months if their terms of serv ice are due to expire The appeal comes at a when Ihe Navy is under strains time dual kong River delta tcs Navy aircraft from the car riers Coral Sea and Midway be gan the days attacks dropping tons of bombs They re Hughes said he would rule out increases in the rates of sales taxes or corporate or personal income faxes for the purpose rentals He estimated this would bring an additional S37 million a year to the state The House Ways and Means Committee has recommended headed by Donald Reid Cabral the Dominican army was esti mated at 25000 to 30000 men Brig Gen Elias Wessin y Wcs sin military strongman behind the junta was said to command 1500 troops and about 30 tanks in addition to the Dominican air force Caamanos high command Most of the major bills to A drop in enlistments and a has estimated there are 20000 Deployment of fleet units he said a report of an additional periods off South million a year is somewhatVlct Nam ancl thc Domimcanl near the figure but too high ported damaging four bridgesbut lic left the ioor for adoption of a bill to extend the1 to be passed four trucks one large junk andrurthor extensions of the sales raise and spend money for the biennium starting July 1 are yet one roadgrader and the body to Mason City MajorErickson Funeral will be in charge Vives US Air Force FIOSs Funeral arrangements are inF100s took to Lhe air at complete pending shipment ofiand ln a successful 1 fe i talc dropped a span of thc Ha lcJTinh Bridge on nortli south Home Route 1 150 miles south of Ha noi dropped a span of a bridge nearby and then destroyed the Tho Hgoa Bridge south of Ha finh At the same time 16 FIOSs cruised over highway routes destroying one truck three xixcars near Route l and three small bridges Vietnamese Skyraidcrs con centrated on bridge targets In the Mekong delta fighting he Viet Cong inflicted heavy casualties on the Catholic refu gee settlement of Hai Yen Then early Monday they al Lackcd a nearby outpost and threw mortar fire on the town Photofax TRAM VANQUISHES VOLKS When this tram car toppled from the tracks onto a Volkswagen the driver of thesmall car realized his danger in time to leap from the right door and escape unhurt Sev eral tram passengers were injured The accident oc curred in Stuttgart Germany Three Vietnamese soldiers including and tax at the present two per cent rate to areas now exempt Inside The Globe Editorials 4 North Iowa news 5 Clear Lake news 7 Mason City news 8922 Latest markets 9 Sports 1011 Brides and homemakers section 1415161719 Comics 18 Society news 2021 Classified pages 2223 FJGL DIES VIENNA Figl Austrias first chancellor after World War II died Sunday at 62 Fig was chancellor from seven civilians including five 1945 lo 953 whcn he was madc children were reported woundforeign minister ed Heavier casualties were suf fered in a Viet Cong attack on an outpost 45 miles southwest of Saigon early Monday Thir teen defenders were killed 7 wounded and 4 captured The battle west of Saigon be gan early Sunday whcn Com VIETNAM Turn to Page 2 A North Iowa Weather outlook Clear and cooler Monday night with local frost lowt 35 northwest to 40 Pair and warmer Tuesday 44 northeast H 70 Weather Details on 2 continuing loss of trained pcocivilians and 3000 armed forces pie for various reasons includofficers and enlisted men ready ing higher pay in industry jto defend Ihe rebel cause The rebels are hemmed in by the Lshnpcd occupied by US troops and have their jacks to the Caribbean Sea A strengthening of US posi ions took place Sunday without official explanation Units of the 4th US Marina xpeditionary Force and 82nd Division installed 105mm howitzers in a field in ront of the Embajador Hotel he seaside resort in suburban Santo Domingo which has been an evacuation center and Amer ican headquarters area Bulldozers scooped out huge lolcs for the howitzer emplace ments and the cannon set up facing cast toward the rebel area Access routes to the hotel also appeared to have more troops than usual The rebels returned American Scabecs they VICE PRESIDENT WITH NEW GRANDDAUGHTER Vice President Hubert H Humphrey holds his onemonthold granddaughter Amy Fay Solo monson following baptism services in Minneapolis The baby daughter of Mr and Mrs Bruce Solomonson Minneapolis celebrated her birthday Sunday She was baptized at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church 4 f fc i L V i thrca cap DOMINICAN Turn to 2 SAME f   

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