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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 3, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                LBJ concerned 700 jailed in Alabama vote drives SELMA Ala About 300 teenage Negroes were arrested at Selma and 400 others at nearby Marion Wednesday in righttovote demonstrations Sheriff James G Clark arrested those at Selma The singing teen locked arm in arm and swayed in unison Then they separated and clapped hands Clark and his deputies no move at first He waited until all of the demonstrators reached the Dallas County Courthouse Then he told them they were under arrest Army mutiny in istration campaign and callee for more volunteers for stree demonstrations City polio and sheriffs depu ties arrested 505 Negroes Tues day most of them teenagers who stayed out of school to join the growing protest Negro attorneys said they PHOUMI NOSAVAN VIENTIANE Laos AP This Laotian capital was virtu ally under the control of Gen Kouprasith Abhays army troops after several hours of street fighting with police forces Wednesday but the possibility of counterattack by fresh police paramilitary troops could not be ruled out Kouprasith is the Vientiane governor who heads forces of the high command Casualties on both sides and among the civilian population were believed numerous Al though exact figures could not be obtained immediately at least eight were known dead One hospital received 30 wound ed US Embassy officials said there had been no injuries among the nearly 1000 Ameri cans and dependents living in this capital of 88800 Ministers in Premier Prince Souvanna Phoumas govern ment charged the battle had been part of a plot by rightist Deputy Premier Gen Phoumi Nosavan to recapture some lost power Phoumi who stayed at his villa at the outskirts of the town blamed Kouprasith for opening hostilities In a brief interview with a reporter he said We will coun terattack Forces of the Laotian High Command backed by the Phou ma regime were fighting with small arms and automatic weapons against troops of Col Bounlet Sycossie head of a rev olutionary committee which has been holding part of Vientiane around the government radio station for several days The firing started when artil lery commanded by Gen Kou prasith Vientiane governor who heads forces of the High Com mand opened up on Sycossies troops believed brought up to thecapital by Gen Kham Khong rebellious commander of Laos Second Military Dis trict Both Gen Kham Khong and Col Sycossie are known to be close allies of Nosavan one Laos time Laotiaii strong man whom the Phouma government charged was trying to make a comeback Strife among Communist neutralist and rightist factions has plagued the tiny but strate gic Southeast Asia kingdom since it became independent in 1949 The fighting came just two days after the apparent failure of a coup by a group of young army officers headed by Sycos sie At that time Souvanna Phouma issued a statement calling the entire incident a misunderstanding Shots were being exchanged within yards of the US Embas sy SOUVANNA PHOUMA At Marion 30 miles west ofl Selma state troopers and sher iffs deputies began corralling the Negro teenagers as the righttovote demons trations picked up in Perry County Part of those arrested Marion were locked inside a would ask a federal judge Wed The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors wide fence surrounding the jail while others were hemmed in against a wall of the courthouse across the street The White House said in Wash ington that President Johnson is being kept informed on the tense racial situation in Ala bama With Dr Martin Luther King Jr still in jail other leaders took command of the voter reg nesday to order the Dallas County Board of Registrars to meet more often and stay in ses sion longer each day to give prospective Negro voters more time to apply for registration The lawyers said they also would petition US Dist Judge Daniel H Thomas in Mobile for an injunction to prohibit city police from arresting Negroes participating in righttovote marches The Negro attorneys said they would ask judge Thomas to or der the voter registration board to open eight hours H day days a week Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWAWEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1965 Ullc Paper Consists ol Five Associated Press Full Lease Wlrei No 301 official missing New crisis in Britain Photofiix SWEETHEART OF A HAIRDO The pretty face belongs to florma Leonard who models a hairdo created for St Valentines Day by Ruth Regina of Miami Beach arrow we are sure only Koes through the hair Donna is a native of Alliance Ohio i Like a gazelle Congress Sunshine satellite in orbit Job Study suns rays CAPE KENNEDY Fla Wlj A sunshine satellite which can simulate its own solarj eclipses rocketed into orbit Wed nesday to make the most com prehensive study yet of the sun and how it affects conditions on earth and other planets The threestage Delta rocket vaulted skyward right on sched ule at am and pushed the satellite into an orbital path about 350 miles above the earth j The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported 15 minutes after launching that good radio signals were flowing from the craft and that all sys tems appeared to be working well The 545pound payload was HAROLD WILSON moves fast named OSO2 for orbiting solar observatory It was to continue solar investigations started by OSO1 launched successfully in 19G2 Among ingenious new cxperi nienls aboard OSO2 was a de Tuesday as he left a White House mcctinR that the Senate WASHINGTON AP Mansfield of Montana said gross never moves with the speed of a cheetah or the agility of a gazelle But its making a pretty fair stab at it so far this year Hem The Senate with the new session of Congress just a month old has passed three ma jor bills the S109billion Ap Post office may end its savings plan WASHINGTON AP Post master General John A Gro nouski said Wednesday he wil ask Congress to take the post men out of the banking business He is convinced it is a losing proposition after 54 years Since its peak year in 1947 Gronouski said in an interview the number of depositors who save through their post offices has plunged from 42 million to just over 1 million Decides to buy our jets Rowdy debate in Parliament LONDON AP Prime Min ister Harold Wilsons Labor government survived a move by the Conservatives to overthrow it Tuesday night but created another crisis by announcing plans to buy American aircraft The Conservatives tried to down the government with vice designed to create artificial eclipses of the sun Called a coronograph it is a disc the size of a half dollar which perches is further ahead in its work today than it lias been for many years palachia aid bill an antipollu tion water program and a meas ure on the end of a twofoot boom When the satellite is properly pointed the disc produces much the same effect as the moon a censure motion that said Wil sons first 100 days in office were filled with hasty and ill considered decisions During the rowdy debate Conservative leader Sir Alec DouglasHome declared The honeymoon is over If the gov ernment had a shred of political integrity they ought to resign During the session Wilson announced Britain would scrap two partially developed military planes and buy similar aircraft from the United States The fu ture of the hardpressed British aircraft industry is touchy political issue The Laboritcs which have three in the the censure louse defeated U1C same GUCCI as me niuuu Is it hecause of during an eclipse blotting Johnson putting on the most of the sun to two of the Total deposits have dwindled majority only from nearly billion to million The average individual account has dropped from to The interest rate is 2 per cent compared to the 3 or 4 per cent offered by commercial federally insured banks If I didnt think there were good reasons to eliminate the Postal Savings System Gro of twisting arms on Hill Capitol measuring instruments instruments The nouski said Id feel obliged to then observe VheUsk Congress for a higher inter r ilnnL nor ffnt 1 The President hasnt said to implement the internaWorrl Albert said Weve only sun s alavcr tiona coffee agreement Item House committees have been burning up the track com paratively speaking to crank out important legislation on fed eral aid to education medical care for the aged the Appala chia bill and other major parts Great had one meeting with him so far this year Albert said just hav ing the programs ready to roll is what is doing the trick He added Weve got some corona the outermost which normally can be observed only during the infre quent natural eclipses of the sun cst rate I intolerably think 2 small per cent is and were doing people a disservice when they can RO across the street to a bank and earn more During an eclipse the main But the postmaster general illumination of the sun is blottedfeels he has two reasons out and the activity in the coro tough ones ahead The loughcstna can be observed Dr John C I see is extension or a Projcct said scientists were particularly in the paths that of solar radiation travel in zipping through space for eliminating the system The decline in the use of the service farm gram to do motion by 17 votes Nine liber als abstained and five Conserv ative scats are vacant The count was 306289 The scrapped planes are the Jumpjct P1154 a vertical take off fighter capable of supersonic speed and the HS 681 a short takeoff military transport The P1154 will be replaced by the American K4H Phantom If and the HS 681 by the Lockheed C130 Hercules Wilson said the Phantoms would have British engines ami some British parts He said the P1154 was reject id because there is a time gap if some years which no govern ment can ask either service and President Johnsons order to trim out the dead wood And this fits the definition of dead wood important in the past but of little use today One of the things rcsponsibic for the speed House Demo cratic Leader Carl Albert of Oklahoma said in an interview is that the administration has done the best job in many years in getting the Presidents mes sages and bills up here to us The Presidents understand ing of the importance of this is a key to the situation Albert said and his own long service in the Senate has been a help DEg MQINES wcakiform calls for its enactment Idclayed Monday because th Youve got to make your Cned bill to eliminate the one Republicans objected to cost Senate recessed to have lunch presentations early or Congress week delay between the end of of the measure when it was deand then hear the governors is on dead center until you do employment and the start of unjbalcd Monday One estimated budget message Albert saicJ Senate Democratic Leader Unemployment bill is OKd in Senate 3917 chief or servicemen to accept The HS 681 could have been developed at very high cost and ic was canceling it with very great regret Wilson said Charge Hardin attorney with drunk driving IOWA FALLS Allan M Oppen 43 of Iowa Kails j Hardin County attorney was By FRANCES LEWINE Feared kidnaped in Viet Gone since early Tuesday SAIGON Viet Nam iff A ranking US civilian aid official was feared kidnaped by Commu nist guerrillas Wednesday on the eve of the visit to Saigon of Mc George Bundy top White House foreign policy adviser As US officials prepared to greet Bundy and a team of ad visers they were jolted by Ins news that Gustav C Hertz 46 chief of the aid missions pub lic administration division missing Hertz left his home Tuesday on a motorbike and never re turned If he was captured by the Communists he would be the most important American to be held captive His wife who lives here with their three children reported Hertz missing when he did not return two hours after he had left the house A search failed to find any trace of him Last August Joseph W Grainger of Sumpter SC a ield representative was kid naped and still is missing Hertz is from Leesburg Va Bundy is coming to talk with Ambassador Maxwell D Tay lor who has been on the outs with Lt Gen Nguyen Kharih South Viet Nams strongman Khanh ousted premier Tran Van Huong two weeks ago The United States has not formally recognized Khanhs regime While Bundy is in South Viet Nam Premier Alcxei N Ko sygin of the Soviet Union is ex pected to be in Communist North Viet Nam Official sources in Moscow said Kosygin would fly to Hanoi caiptal of North Viet Nam Thursday Moscow repeatedly has said the Soviet Union will grant Ha noi the necessary assistance if the fighting is carried into North Viet Nam There was a lull on the war front as the Viet Cong guerril las are carrying out a unilateral offered this champagne salutedinner suest Richard L Wilsonlceasefire this week during the A man who is valuable toof the Minneapolis Star Triboriental new years celebration FIRST FAMILIES STEP OUT AP Photofax Johnson recovered Dances until 1 am mc III a II Will JT vaiuauiti u n WASHINGTON AP Prcsi our nalion aml invaluable tokme The president downed two But Brig Gen William E De glasses of champagne and puy Senior American opera brooked no interruptions as he lions officer said the Viet Cong did most of the talking guerrillas had just come through their worst month in four years ofwar dent Johnson proved he is back in the swing of things dancingi Humphrey danced past mid at the White House again Inight too Others in his Cabinet arc still j entertained 17B guests ill but Johnson showed no signs rat a statc dinner honoring of his recent cold Tuesday night great offices and three great Americans the vice John as he delivered a toast in cham pagne talked to a newsman for a half hour and then danced un 1 am rested for Wednesday The charge was filed by police Philadelphians hold strike key PHILADELPHIA AP Sct lement of the MaineloTexas eritjcl Wh0 thought he In former days it was tradiiiongshorcmens strike entering i linnal In rriup paph of these OffiUtc flononrlpH mainlv president House Speaker McCormack and Chief Justice Earl Warren 1ave vicePrcsi m 1ave ssnor ce drunken Hubct H Humphrey by tional to give each of these 24th day depended mainly separate dinner but on negotiations in Philadelphia declared the thrcein where union and dock officials s employment compensation eli gibility passed the Iowa Senate North Iowa Weather outlook Generally f i r through Thursday with slow warming trend Wednesday night 119 Thursday in teens Wednesday The vole was 39 17 The measure had rough go1 day won adoption by a 3024 vote ing when it was amended by of an amendment to make com the additional price tag at 000 to million a year With help of eight Democrats the 22 Republicans present Mon the Senate Monday Sen Jacob Mincks D backer of Ottumwa a chief the bill called for passage although he said he was nol particularly happy with the amended version The Iowa Democratic plat pensation for the first week pay able only after five consecutive weeks of joblessness Democratic supporters of the The bill was deferred by unan imous consent on Tuesday but remained on the calendar Gov Harold Hughes drew ire of some labor leaders when he said a plank for repeal of the rightlowork law was slipped into the Iowa Democratic plat form The governor said Tues day he did not know the plat measure had said this would cutiform called for elimination of the heart from the bill the delay in unemployment com A vote on the bill itself was pensation eligibility Oppcn a Republican who has been county attorney for ast two years was released on bond pending a police court hearing Oppcn was to have appeared at a hearing in Eldora on the vote recount sought by Demo crat Stephen M Peterson in the 3rd Congressional District Pet erson was defeated by incum bent Rep H R Gross a Re publican by 419 votes last Nov ember icludin him in the official1 Johnson declared the thrceinwhcrc Unj0n and dock officials delegation to Sir event symbolized unity and recessed talks early Wednesday Johnsonlclose accord in the executive after a 13hour session legislative and judicial branches of government The honored guests seemed to approve It was a friendly family gathering in Justice Warrens words The participants ranged from Harvard Law School Dean Erwin N Griswold to former baseball star Jackie Robinson Johnson paused in the long redcarpeted corridor to engage in a halfhour conversation with On Me inside Society news North Iowa news Sports news 1112 Comics 24 Clear Cake news 2829 Latest markets 32 Mason City news 3233 Editorials 34 Classified pages GUSTAV HERTZ   

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