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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 16, 1964, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL tM MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER U 1H4 llc TIM Paper Consists of Two Auoclated Full LtaM 214 Red vow to peace WASHINGTON AP Am bassador Anatoly F Dobrynin said at the White HouseFriday that the new Soviet government intends to maintain thei estab ished policy of peaceful coex istence and work ifpr a further relaxation of tensions in the world Dobrynin is understood to have given that message to President Johnson in a confer ence of about half an hour in the Presidents office Afterward Johnson escorted the diplomat to a driveway where microphones and cam eras were set up The relationship between HM two men following the sudder government upheaval in Mos cow was obviously cordial Dobrynin told reporters he could not tell hem what he ha said to Johnson but he could tel them about the position of his government n President Johnson said the Soviet ambassador brought him a first message from the new Soviet government which stated a desire to continue seeking more solid steps towart peace Johnson said the US government will continue thi determined quest for peace The foreign policy of th Soviet Union which was set b the party congresses the 20th 21st and 22nd party congresses is going to be unchanged h declared The foundation our policy is the strengthenin of peaceful coexistence amon countries with different socia systems and a further relaxa tion of tension Dobrynin had asked for th meeting on instructions from Moscow to give a message reassurance to the President the effect that the sudde This was a strong indication that Khrushchev had not retiree voluntarily or been stricken ill As a voluntarily retired clde statesman have been Soviet editors fired Reaction to Nikita varies From Our Ntws MOSCOW The chief editors of the two top Soviet newspaper and the director of the state radioTV system all have been Khrushchev might fired and replaced usually re liable sources said Friday expected to remain on the presidium And Fro Koz lov widely regarded as Khru shchevs chosen successor until felled by a stroke and heart at LEONID BREZHNEV hange in the Kremlin did not mean a sudden change in US Soviet relations diplomatic of icials said Johnson met with Dobrynin after a session with Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk Ambassa dor al Large Llewellyn Thomp son special assistant McGeorge 3undy and other foreign policy aides Before Dobryriins comment diplomatic officials here saic they expected the new Kremlin regime of Leonid I and Alexei N Kosygin to offer assurances to the Western pow ers generally thai there woulc be no change in basic Soviel for eign policy of peaceful coex islence as developed by Khru shchev wilhin the lastvtw years whether in view of the progres ive breakup of the Communisl bloc Brezhnev and Kosygin wil some new attempt to with aunch each led China ALEXEI KOSYGlN tacks last year still is on the presidium and a party secrejparty tary although inaclive Brezhnevs designation lo the key role of Ihe parlys firsl secretary was the least surpris ing thing in Ihe announcement He had long been a protege ofi Khrushchev and had generally een considered his heir appar nl since he gave up the figure lead post of prcsidenl of the oviet Union on July 15 to de bte himself to the party central ommittee Kosygin is an economic ex Alcxei Adzhubei editor of the government newspaper Izvestia and expremier Khrushchevs soninlaw was replaced b Nikolai Mcsyatsev a Communis Red hina explodes its 1st Abomb understanding and restore some unity among the Red nalions The mystery long associate with the Red brick walls of the Kremlin was wrapped about the Khrushchev departure There was no explanation for the 22 million Russian people of wha had become ofthe man who le them for almost a decade o why he had been dropped by In wayside 4 official Moo new leader HONG KONG In Ihe eye of Ihe Chinese Mao Tzelun as become overnight th orlds most influenlial Com munist leader The downfall of Soviet Nikita Khrushchev was onsidcrcd a personal victory or Mao by many Chinese here ncluding some violent anti Chinese Communisl elemenls US are watching for developments in SovietRed Chinese relations wondering policy The official announcemen gave no indication what ha happened to reported vacationing on the Black Sea But it said he had lost his place on the party presidium indicating he would ert of exceplional lalenl with a lair for organization His ap wintmenl as premier appeared o signal a determined drive lo mprove Ihe economic situation and governmental efficiency The elevation to the top spots of Brezhnev 57 and Kosygin 0 signaled anolher sorl of shift n Ihe Soviel Communist parlys 47year role For the first lime he top jobs went to men whos only contacls with Czarist Rus sia and Ihe 1917 revolution were childhood memories They als are the first members of the technician class to reach the Soviet summit Sources close to the Chinese lommunisls here saw no signs of early reconciliation between lussia and Communist China TOKYO AP Communist China joined the worlds atomic powers Friday with an an nouncement it has exploded its first bomb in the western region of China President Johnson said the United Stales confirmed that Communist China conducted a lowyield test of a nuclear device in Western China about am Washington time The announcement came less than 24 hours after Moscow had exploded a political bombshell of its ouster of Nikita Khrushchev Chinas atomic dis lowevcr Teacher views DES MOINES at tending the Iowa Slate Educa tion Associations convention appeared lo be apprehensive about Premier Khrushchevs resignation in a random sur vey closure and the retirement of Khrushchev are likely to raise Chinas Mao Tzetungs stature among world Communist lead ers ducted successfully its first nu clear test The government statement aid China was forced to con duct nuclear tests and develop nuclear weapons China cannot remain idle and do nothing in the face of the everincreasing nuclear threat posed by the United States it said US officials have pointed out at some time must elapse ossibly years before China an turn its first experimental xplosion into what can be re arded as a nuclear force In any case Red China can e expected to seek to becomi ic spokesman of the nuclea ub for what is sometime ailed the Third ly To the Chinese he is cady the No 1 spokesman for nternational rift between shchev with the sometimes abortive have no future role in Soviet EMPLOYMENT UP WASHINGTON The Labor Department says non farm payroll employment in September was 598 million the highest level in the nations history To LBJ Morals case a surprise WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson says he had no information on Walter W Jenk ins that would have led him to question the personal conduct of his top aide before Jenkins Iwo arresls on morals charges be came public Bul Ihe President said in a stalemenl Thursday nighl once he was told Wednesday of the arrests one of them in 1959 arid the olher lasl week he asked Jenkins to resign Jenkins promptly did so man I know has given more personal dedication devo tion and tireless labor John son said of his aide for 25 years But he added On this case as7on any such case the public interest comes before all per ing up for Jenkins afler the first arrest And it followed by severa hours a sympathetic statement by Mrs Johnson who described Jenkins as a man who reached Phbtofax END OP A DAY President Johnson holds his hand to his head on arriving by auto at New Yorks LaGuardia Airport for flight back to Washington last night I ordered Director J sonal feeling The President said momenls after being Within nolified the end point of exhaustion in dedicated service to his coun try She said the Johnsons were praying for his recovery Police records show thai Jenkins was arrested on Jan 15 1959 at the Washinglon YMCA on a charge of disorderly con duct and again al Ihe YMCA on Oct 7 this year on a charge of disorderly inde cent Wednesday afternoon as the arrests became known Jenkins was sent to George Washington University Hospital by his phy sician Dr Charles Thompson wilh whal was described as exlreme faligue and his re signalion was announced by Ihe Almosl all of Ihose inter viewed expressed apprehension aboul Ihe change in Ihe lop leadership of the Soviel govern ment and Communisl parly They seemed lo feel that th United States had managed working relationship with Khrushchev but that his succes sor was an unknown factor Italian warning ROME Italys Communist party the largest in Western Europe warned in a com munique in Rome that il would nol supporl any return to hard inc Slalinist tactics by Khrush chevs successors Laud Nikita JFK BEIRUT Leaders here called Khrushchev the Ihird olhers being Ihe late President Kennedy and the late Pope John XXIII Together with Pope John and Kennedy a statement said Khrushchev had typified an era of open policy of peacefu coexistence and smiles Nikita is no friend WEST BERLIN Mayor Willy Brandt said Khrushchev was no friend of Germanys but communism The Mao and Khru Russians efforts to teep Moscow n the driver seat for the Communisl move ment was doubtless a factor i his downfall The Chinese announcemen came ironically at a time th new leadership in Britain charting plans lo end that n lions own nuclear delerren program The official New China New Agency only quoted a govern ment statement saying Chin exploded an atom bomb at IS hours 3 am CST o Oct 16 1964 and thereby co ng between Ihe Uniled States Todays to have of on the thinking in southeasl Asia an nd the Soviet Union evelopment is bound n effect eaders area Red China would like to dominate The effect on such areas as the uncertain nations of Africa also is bound to be worth watching The previous powers having nuclear capability are Ihe Unil ed States Russia Britain and he limited nuclear test ban treaty which bars nuclear test ing in all areas except below the surface of the earth US Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk forecast Sept 29 that the Communist Chinese might soon explode their first test device He said then For some time it has been known thai the Chinese Com munists were approaching the point where they might be able France Russia helped China in early stages of its nuclear planning Fridays announcement did not say whether Chinas test was held in the atmosphere or underground Red China is not a signer of to detonate a first nuclear de vice Such an explosion might occur in the near future The Russians extended tech nical aid to China for a lime Ihen dropped il in the rising dif ficulties between Peking and Moscow President has abrupt change in his schedule WASHINGTON UPl Presi dent Johnson prompted by in lernatibnal developments can celed plans Friday Ip spend the weekend in Texas George Reedy press secretary said Johnson would make scheduled cam paign appearances Friday night in Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio but would the While House afterward ralher than fly to his Texas ranch Reedy said Johnson was can celing plans to make appear ances Sunday in Corpus Christ andLaredo Tex but as ofthe moment intends to go ahead with scheduled campaign stops Monday in San Antonio Hous ton Fort Worth and Dallas Asked wh y th e Presid ent had revised his campaign program Reedy said r Obviously we have a num ber of important develop ments The broadcast account said The success of Chinas nu clear test is amajor achieve ment of the Chinese people in he strengthening of their na ional defenseand safeguarding of their motherland as well as a major contribution madeby the Chinese people to the cause of the defense of world peace The success of this test was due tothe hard work and the great effort of Chi nas workers Tand technical personnel scientific personnel and all workingper sonnal engaged in building up Chinas national defenses as well as various regions and de partments throughout the coun RED CHINA Continued on 2 The chief executive had attended a rally in Madison Square Garden to end a busy day of campaigning Cole Porter top composer is dead Edgar Hoover of the FBI to make an immediate and com inquiry and report promptly lo nV and Ihe Ameri can people Friday Ihe Washinglon Posl reported it had learned Ihe police forwarded dala on Jenk ins 1959 arrcsl lo the FBI lhal year and thai in April 1961 this data including a copy of his fingerprints record was for SANTA MONICA Calif AP Cole Porter one of the 20th centurys great composers and lyricists died Thursday night al a Sanla Monica hospital where he underwent kidney surgery Oct 13 He was 71 Doctors said Porter simply stopped breathing They did not give an official cause of death bul said Porters general Sept 22 for a routine checkup was poor traveling White House in New York The arrests could have scri that he had become interested in maintaining peace Brandt said he felt the new men would conlinue lo work loward peace Election second LONDON Some newspapers here pushed reports of this countrys ncckandneck elec lion race inlo second place Some Conservalive candidates said thai if the dcvelopmenl had laken place a day earlier it mighl have had a decisive ef fccl on the election Call for peace In Britain in LONDON Labor nation as Prime Minister and TOKYO Moscow radio in a ous political implications as the broadcast monilorcd here Fri warded to the Secret Service which had requested the infor mation An infection from a kidney stone flared up after he was what the Secret Service did admillcd ncccssilaling theiwifh the data is shrouded in surgery Only his special nurse was al his bedside when he stopped breathing Oulside Ihe door were his chauffeur and valet Porter was the author of song f vi ni me auujui Ul auug Physlca such as Night and Day secrecy Ihe Posl said Ncilher he FBI nor the Sccrcl Service would comment immediately At the time Johnson was vice presidcnl and Jenkins was his administrative assistant he was admitted to the hospital North Weather outlook Partly cloudy Friday and Saturday Saturday Lows Friday nisht arovndSO cooler Satwrday In the 70s Details on a stage musicals including Kiss Me Kate and did the music and lyrics for such films as High Society His hits Were almost count less Among his heller known songs Begin The Bcguinc What Is This Thing Called ORTER Continued on I day stressed the need for peaceful cocxislcnce It lislcd Ihcse as the 20year plan to achieve communism in the Soviet Union The peaceful transfer from capitalism lo communism peaceful coexist cnce and opposilion lo nuclear war No commenf Cuba Havana Radio Friday LBJ Continued on Page 2 New post for Yogi Yogi Berra will nol return as manager of the pennantwinning New York Yankees Ihc club nounccd Friday climaxing anjj unprecedented World Scries aft Khrushchev as Communist parly party won the national election by a razorthin margin Friday from the Conservatives who had run the counlry for 13 years and Ihe Laborite leader Harold Wilson was designated to form a new government A 48yearold Socialist intel lectual who wants to abolish Britains independent nuclear deterrent Wilson accepted a call by Queen Elizabeth II to form a new cabinet from the slim Laborile majority in Ihc new House of Commons He is the youngest British prime minister of Ihe 20th Cen tury Wilsons appointment came a Buckingham Palace less than half an hour after Ihe queen accepted Ihe rcsignalion of Ihe rcliring prime minister Sir Alec DouglasHome 61 I would like to pledge my A PINT IN CELEBRATION Harold Wilson self and my colleagues lo worl head of Britains Labor Party raises a glass of beer logether for the good of ou in his political club at Hayton as returns in the councountry Wilson said We ar facing very great problems bu am confident we can over come them Wilson forecast during th closing tabulations that his part vould just a bare majo ily That could mean troub ahead AP Photofax trys elections indicate his party is the winner Continue auto profit sharing DETROIT AP sharing unique in the auloiFraser industry will be carried ProfitL Cushman and Douglas A a new American Mo the UAWs American chief announced the agrcemcnl Friday that profit ermath The announcement was made secretary and Soviet premier Ilors CorP and United Auto sharing now three years old Johnsons stalemenl apress conference only a few with compassion for 46year old Jenkins his wife and six chil dren one of whom was named lours after il was disclosed that Johnny Kcane had quit as man Lyndon afler Ihe President was distributed to newsmen when they relurncd wilh the President from his New York campaign trip In effect il was a reply to Dean Burch chairman of Ihe Republican National Commit tee who earlier in Ihe day had accused the Presidcnl of cover Athletes unworried athletes al Olympic Village look the news ager of the world champion St Of Premier Khrushchevs re Louis Cardinals The Cards defeated Berras Yankees in a hardfought sevengame series Bcrra has accepted a new twoyear conlract in Ihe Yankee organizalion as a special field consullant under general man ager Ralph Houk who made the announcement al the press con fercnce Workers agreement But this at AMC will again be extcnd accord was reached too Friday to avert a strike laic cd to the firms 27000 UAW Ncgolialors removed profil sharing as a main slumbling rcprcsenlcd workers Only eight of nations 431 house of commons districts had still to report when the Laborj ites finally ran their total of scats lo 316 guaranteeing an edge over the combined forces of Conservatives and Liberals The Queen accepted the res ignation of DouglasHome a former nobleman defeated in irsl Lord of the Treasury hich Her Majesty was gra lously pleased to accept A late surge of Conservative otes brought a nerve tingling hotofinish to tabulation of the elurns from Ihe balloting Thursday Jo Grimonds small Liberal arly could wind up in a baj nee of power position in Ihe ew House conveningNov 3 Grimond said he would be willing lo cooperate with tha thorites to getagovernment going if the Liberals and La writes reached an understand ng Barry gets hit with Iowa egg SIOUX CITY Barry Goldwatcr was socked over the left ear by an egg tie paraded through downtown Sioux City As he entered the Sioux City auditorium for his speech there was egg shell on the shoulder of his suit and he was wiping it off with a towel He told the crowd One of LBJs boys hit me with an egg On the inside Cushman and Frascr declined electoral battle as Ihe to reveal details of the ilacemnet in stride urned back lo watching the Olympics on television Whal is Ihcre to say afronl of and block to a new national labor sharing agreement These will contract al AMC an hour after disclosed later Eraser said Soviet official asked Khrush chev was a great man and he did a greal deal for Sovicl REACTION Continued on Page 7 UAWsct midnighl strike deadi jllst a day earlier Ihe UAWs line Pickels began parading inl52membcr negotiating commit tee voted continuance of profit sharing was a strikeable is Kcnosha Wis aulo plants even while harmony was being at tained on what AMC has pre ferred lo call shar ing AMC Vic sue Profit sharing had been worth six cents hourly per worker since the UAW won the plan at President Edward i AMC in 1961 Eraser said r representative of West Perth shire on the edge of the Scot tish highlands The audience lasted 16 minutes An official palace statemerrl said The Right Honorable Sir Al exander DouglasHome had an audience of the Queen this aft ernoon aid tendered his resig Idrtorials Mason City news 47 Sports newsMO Ckar Lake news 10 Society news 1314 Comics IS North Iowa news 11 ;