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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1964, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper edited for Hit The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press and United Press International Full Isusc Wires MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 3 1944 UOc a Paper of Two No 211 tells peace proposals Barry tosses hat in PHOENIX Ariz sorvalivc Sen Barry Goldwa tcr promising the voters a choice not an echo Friday de clarcd himself a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination The Arizona lawmaker said he will launch his campaign in Grand Rapids Mich Monday night and head for New Hamp shire where the nations first presidential primary will be held March 10 At the same time Goldwater said he will file for the reelec tion to his third Senate term I find no incompatibility in these two candidacies he said in a statement issued at his hill top home overlooking Phoenix Goldwater got in his first campaign digs at Presi dent Johnson and New York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller the only other declared candidate for the GOP nomination In his statement Goldwater said no other announced GOP candidate has spelled out a stand that could possibly offer the American people a clear choice in the next presidential election Then the senator told a news conference that the govern ments economy campaign Johnson has launched is so far only fooling the public1 Goldwater admitted it will be a tough go for a Westerner from a small state to win the nomination Bvit I believe it is time that we gave Republicans a choice other than someone from the Eastern and Western seaboards The senator said the assas sination of President John F Kennedy had definitely hurt his chances of breaking the Demo Is Nikita pulling our leg By JAMES MAR LOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON AP Pre mier Khrushchev makes a hab it of sending best wishes for the New Year ana hopes for peace to American presidents although there have been some notable gaps between his wishes and performance He did it with Presidents Ei senhower and Kennedy Now he has done it with President John son He gave Kennedy some miserable days He seems to have quieted down a bit since then But Thats only maybe If Johnson takes his cue from Kennedy he will have a summit conference with the Russian be fore the 1964 presidential race next fall Whether or not it re lieved international tensions it wouU1 be good American poli tics Khrushchev sent two New Years messages in 1961 one to Eisenhower the retiring presi dent and one to Kennedy who was then still only president elect Then the Russian sent congratulations when Kennedy was sworn in Jan 20 Kennedy responded The two men expressed a desire for a fresh attempt at negotiations on EastWest problems For extra measure Khrushchev threw in a goodwill gesture Five days after Kennedys in auguration Khrushchev released two surviving crewmen of a US Air Force RB47 jet shot down in the Barents Sea off northern Russia the previous July 1 Even though Kennedy and Khrushchev may have doubted they would accomplish anything if they met they probably want ed to take each others measure close up So they had a summit meeting in Vienna June 34 Asks end to border wars MOSCOW The Soviet government has put to the nations of the world a proposal to sign an inter national agreement renouncing the use of force in set tling territorial frontier isl sues Nothing tangible at least NIKITA Please turn to Page cratic hold in the South The new President is a Southerner of course at least he calls himself one However said he wouldnt buy the idea that the Probe of Iowa prison is studied DES MOINES State Board of Control is studying recommendations made by two veteran penologists hired to study operations at the State Penitentiary and the Mens Re formatory The report has not been made public But Corbin a member of the board which op crates Iowas prisons and cor rectional institutions said Fri day he thought it would be re leased within a week We want to give the gover nor the Legislative Interim Committee and the Legislative Adult Corrections Study Com mittee a chance to ook over the report before it is made public Crawford said The report was completed and given to the board last month He declined to say what rec ommendations were made but indicated that some changes were proposed There is always a need for a change Crawford said He did not elaborate Auburn gets set for Negro AUBURN Ala W Under classmen began registering for the winter quarter at Auburn University Friday while school officials waited to learn wheth er a Negro student will live on the campus The Negro Harold A Frank lin 31 of Montgomery is scheduled to register in the graduate school Saturday under a federal court order compel ling Auburn to admit him U S Dist Judge Frank M Johnson Jr still has under con sideration Franklins4 request for still another order to make The message says the inter national agreement should con tain four main provisions First a solemn undertaking by the parties not to resort to force to alter existing state frontiers Second acknowledgment that he territories of states should not even temporarily be the object of any invasion attack military occupation or any oth er forcible measure directly or indirectly undertaken by other states for whatever political economic strategic frontier or any other considerations Third a firm statement to the effect that neither differ ences in social and state sys tems nor refusal to grant re cognition or absence of diplo matic relations or any other pretexts may serve as a basis for the a violation by one state of the territorial integrity of an other Fourth solve all territorial solely by peaceful means such as negotiations mediation con ciliatory procedures and also other peaceful means chosen by the parties concerned in conformity with the United Na tions Charter KHRUSHCHEV TO 1WARSAW So v i e t Premier Nikita Khrushchev right is welcomed on arrival at Gdansk railroad station in Warsaw by Polish Communist Party Chief Wlady slaw Gomulka left Top level western Photofax diplomats in Moscow think hunting is the chief object of Khrushchevs sur prise visit Behind Khrushchev is Pol ish Defense Minister Marian Spychal ski South would go Democratic simheac of the Center of Study of ply because Johnson is an BARRY GOLDWATER The study of the two Iowa in stitutions was made by Garrett Heyns director of the Washing ton State Department of Insti tutions and Myrl Alexander Crime Delinquency and Correc ions at Southern Illinois Uni ersity Comb Pacific for airplane HONOLULU AP A Gib son Girl transmitter with an hourglass figure raised the containing in cash Police hunt bandits who beat Taopi couple robbed stores MONA A young armed bandit forced I w o women at gunpoint into the back room of a grocery store and then fled with about from the cash register Thursday night Sonie hours later two armed men broke into the home of Mr midnight She said she had betreatmcnt of a gash on the cawpus housing available Franklin went back to court after university officials re fused room State troopers cooperating with Auburn officials have started to invoke the rigid se curity regulations drawn up to prevent violence when the cen turyold lancVgrant college en rolls its first Negro student Helmeted troopers will seal off the 1781acre campus as they did at the University of Alabama last June when two Negroes were admitted under federal court order Franklin majoring inhistory and political science will start class Monday along with more than 11000 students The Tass summary of the message added The Soviet government is Photofax RUSK REPORTS i of State Dean Rusk peers over a committment tol his spectacles as he tells disputes newsmen in Washington of a reported new proposal from Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush chev for a world wide pact pledging peaceful settlement of international disputes over territory Rusk said the 20 page document in Russian which was delivered tarPresi dent Johnson and other heads of state in the world would be given careful study by top US officials tween and her withhead She was in satisfactory condition Friday morning Her husband said he was awakened by a knock on the door about 2 am Two men asked for whiskey but left when he told them he had no access to the bar They returned 20 and Virgil Sutphin at minutes later and demandcd Taopi Minn clubbed both on the head and took from Mrs Sulpkins purse a money pouch that he awaken his wife to let them into the bar Taopi is about five miles north of the Iowa border and about 20 miles northeast of Mona Authorities said Adeline Gif fort the Mona store owner and Mrs Charlotte Rohne were in the store at Mona when a bandit entered Mona is in Mitchell As he turned to go into thejCounty jusl soulh of lne Minne On the inside Editorials 4 of Hawaii Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Society news 8 Sports news 910 Television news 1112 Comics 13 Classified pages 1415 North Iowa news 16 lopes of searchers Friday as they combed the Pacific Ocean or the crew of a downed cargo plane Nine men aboard the missing aircraft eight Air Force men and a sailor were be lieved adrift somewhere in a massive expanse of water hun dreds of miles from the nearest island A portable radio transmitter named because of its shape the Gibson Girl transmitted dis tress signals which narrowed down the search area to an shaped expanse of the Pacific roughly 750 nautical miles wcsl They also broke into a liquor store nearby and stole some bottles of liquor Authorities were checking the possibility that the bandits might be Richard Fcsquez 23 of Des Moines and Thomas Swieter 21 Hampton who escaped from a prison work camp in Allamakee Wednesday night County t bedroom they hit him on the jack of the head lie lost con sciousness The men also hit Mrs Sutphin although she had not awakened When both re gained consciousness the men were gone with the money pouch They had broken a win dow to gain entrance to the bar It was hot determined how much liquor they had stolen Mrs Sutphin who is em ployed as a waitress at the TaopiBar had been managing it since Tuesday The owner Harley Johnson is out of town Mrs Sutphin said she had re turned home from the bar about Officers found the money pouch in the liquor store The in cash was gone but the thieves left several checks The Sulphins were hospital ized in Osage Sutphin was re leased after emergency treat ment but his wife remained for 1st wheat sale is in the works deeply convinced that an under1 taking by states to settle terri torial disputes by peaceful means only would go a long way toward putting internation al relations in order It can be said with confi dence that in the new situa tion created by the conclusion of an agreement on the renunci ation by states of the use of force to settle territorial dis putes it would be much easier to find a solution to other funda mental international problems This applies above all to the problem of disarmament The Soviet government has arrived at the conclusion that while continuing to work tire lessly for the solution of the problem of general and com plete disarmament it would be useful simultaneously to re double our efforts in eliminat ing acute frictions in relations over territory between states and centers The proposal was made by Message from K studied WASHINGTON AP Top US officials began a careful study Friday of a reported new proposal from Soviet Premier Khrushchev for a worldwide pact pledging peaceful settle ment of international disputes tension sola line The bandit ordered the two women into the back room and took the money from the cash register Authorities said the women did not report the hold up for an hour because the ban dit threatened them with physi cal harm unless they stayed in the back room that long The bandit was believed to have fled in a pickup truck Such a truck was reported stol en earlier Thursday from the Art Jenscn farm six miles north of Osage Officers said footprints indicated two persons were in volved in the truck theft WASHINGTON AP The Agriculture Department has ap proved an application by the Continental Grain Co for an ex port subsidy on 12862500 bush els of Durum type wheat for sale abroad presumably to the Soviet Union The wheat will come from surplus government stocks This could be the first sale to Russia since Soviet leaders indicated last fall they would like to buy US wheat The department said it had agreed to a request by Contin ental that details of the appli cation including the destination of the wheat and the terms ol the subsidy be withheld until late Friday Cincy manager ailing Suffers from malignancy CINCINNATI Hutch inson manager of the Cincin nati Reds is reported suffering from a malignancy The an nouncement was made by Bill DeWitt president of the ball club Hutchinson is at the home of Dr William Hutchinson his physician brother in Seattle He declined to give any details of the illness The veteran man ager had been taking treat ments in Florida NEW NAME NORMAL 111 UPI This college town may be in the mar ket for a new name Illinois State Normal University offi dally became Illinois State Uni vcrsity New Years Day North Weather outlook Fair and colder Friday night lows in low 20s Fair Sifurday highs 3540 details on 2 To be near billion Expect record budget from Johnson JOHNSON CITY Tex President Johnsons new budget will be in the neighborhood of a record billion but he hopes to cut red ink spending below the current level Te budget estimate for fiscal 1965 disclosed Thursday night by a White House source is less than anticipated Still it will be a new peak for government spending Soon after taking office John son suggested he would have difficult keeping the spending total below billion or billion He blamed unavoidable increases already authorized by Congress The reduced figure is in keep ing with the economy drive he has called for since then Balanced against the bil lion spending total for the gov ernment year that begins July 1 will be forecast revenues of more than billion Johnson will tell Congress that revenues on this scale are dependent on early enactment of an bil lion tax cut retroactive to Jan 1 The combination of Johnsons spending and revenue predic tions would yield an indicated deficit of less than billion A year ago the late President John F Kennedy recommended fiscal 1964 spending of bil lion a new high Kennedy fore cast revenues of billion and a deficit of billion Johnson kept his economy campaign rolling Thursday Postmaster General John A Gronouski was called to the LBJ Ranch to confer with the President and theft told a news conference his depart ment planned some savings The postal payroll will be trimmed by 5000 workers in the next six months Gronouski said and fund requests for ex pansion and modernization of facilities will be reduced from million to million The President also conferred with Robert C Weaver admin istrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency lat er told newsmen the adminis tration will send Congress a comprehensive housing bill call ing for a significant stepup in the public housing program and expansion of Federal Housing Administration activities There also will be some brand new proposals such as easy credit to help big subdivision developers put in water and sewer lines and aid for low in come families ousted by slum clearance activities Thursday Johnson signed a personal letter to be delivered lo Pope Paul VI during the pon tiffs Holy Land pilgrimage by Sargent Shriver director of the Peace CorpsThe message will be made public at date the Soviet leader in messages Thursday to President Johnson and other world leaders Secre tary of State Dean Rusk said while it was being translated into English that in its empha sis on peaceful settlement it seemed to be in line with a long established US policy Rusk said the 21page mes sage would be carefully stud ied President Johnson is get ting a complete text delivered to him at his ranch in Texas The message evidently is part of the Soviet peace offensive which Khrushchev undertook ith the beginning of the new ear This parallels a peace rive opened this week by John on with a call for break troughs East West greement Rusk told a news conference hursday that the United States vill begin work shortly with the Ulied governments principally nterested in German issues Vest Germany Britain and possible new initi atives which the Western pow ers may put forth in futuredis cussions with the Soviet Union SAME lowm Depnrlmcnt la 14 V ;