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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 19, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Hit two N Viet forgets Supply areas destroyed SAIGON South Viet AP More than 110 US Navy and Air Force planes hammered military targets at two points in Communist North Viet Nam Friday tod reported up to 100 per cent of the targets destroyed All of the planes were be lieved to have returned safely from the bombing and strafing attack on military supply instal lations about 160 miles north of the 17th parallel dividing North and South Viet Nam A US spokesman said the targets were known supply and infiltration areas for Viet Cong forces in South Viet Nam He said the raid was very success ful The targets were Phu Van and Vinh Son where there are a number of military supply in stallations said a US state ment on the raid A spokesman said Navy planes also pounded the Thu An supply depot adjoining the Vinh Son area The spokesman said a number of secondary explosions after the planes hit their targets indi cated their bombs and rockets had set off ammunition stores The Air Force planes hit 15 to 20 buildings Ground fire was reported light and inaccurate and the spokesman said the North Vietnamese apparently were caught by rurprise and ofl balance by the attack He said the pianos carried normal ammunition includ ing 750pound bombs and rock ets They were over the target area at about 1 pm Saigon time 1 am Eastern Standard It was the second strike against North Viet Nam in the past five clays A US Air Force spokesman said approximately 60 Air Force planes and 50 to 75 carrier based Navy jet and propeller driven planes from the US 7th Fleet participated in the raid Indonesia takes over oil firms JAKARTA Indonesia AP President Sukarno announced Friday the Indonesian govern mcnt is taking over the man ngcmcnt of three foreign oi companies two American anc one Dutch We take over the manage nient Sukarno told newsmen after receiving a petition from Communistled workers re questing seizure of foreign oi properties in retaliation for US support of Malaysia There was speculation tha the government would try to work out some arrangemen under which the companies for cign employes would continue to operate them under figureheac Indonesian managers The government is now trying to negotiate such an arrange mcnl for the 80million worth of American rubber estates in North month Sumatra seized las The newspaper that makes ad North lowans neighbors Edition VOL IIS MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 19 1H5 lOe copy Thlt Paper CotuUti at TbrM Section Section One PrtM Fan No 34 open drifts Near Crystal Lake Woman spends 22 hours in stalled auto By CHARLES W WALK North Ntwv Dirtctor CRYSTAL LAKE If I had some blankets I could have stayed another night That was the reaction Jean McMahon 39 after spend ing nearly 22 hours snowbound in a stalled car between Forest City and her farm home near here Wednesday and Thursday Despite being without heat for all but the first hour of her or deal Miss McMahon said Fri day she couldnt honestly say I was scared Looking back at it I guess I wasnt smart enough to be scared Miss McMahon Wednesday about pm left her job in a bank at Forest City and head ed home Highway 69 south out of For est City was real Miss McMahon recalled Even when I turned west on the blacktop to Crystal Lake things still were okay The first trouble she encoun tered Miss McMahon added was about two miles west on the blacktop Blowing snow was hampering visibility and there was some drifting After con tinuing another mile on the blacktop she turned north on a gravel road which would have taken her to her home about three miles away By this time the visibility was so bad that the only way I could tell 1 was still on the road was by seeing the drifts on either side of the car Miss McMahon continued About a mile along the gravel road she got stuck in a drift and had to shovel her way out About 100 yards farther on she came upon another large drift and de cided to back up and take a run at it While backing up Un real wheels of her car slid partly into the ditch and the car became stuck After seeing that I was stuck good this time I just got back into the car and sat she added I realized there was no point in getting out and walking be cause I didnt think I could make it back the half mile to the nearest farm house I looked at my watch when I got back into the car and it was just Realizing that she might be snowbound for quite awhile Miss McMahon decided to ration her gas supply She ran the car until about pm and then shut it off I waswet from shoveling she recalls so I changed into some wool slacks and a sweat er I had in the car After about an hour however the car start ed to get cold again so she tried to start it It would not start From then on I just sat and waited I didnt sleep but I might have dozed a couple of times I know the time went awfully slow Id look at my watch then wait what seemed to be an hour and look again only about 10 minutes would have gone by Help in the form of a snow plow and snowbuggy from the Hancock County Highway Coin mission garage arrived about pm Thursday I was a little surprised to see the men because I didnt know if anyone knew I was missing she continued The crew took Miss McMahon to the Vincent Kirshbaum farm home about a half mile away where she spent Thursday night Looking back at the experi ence Miss McMahon believes the cold was the worst I never got hungry and I came out of it in good shape not even a case of the sniffles What was Miss McMahon try ing to do Friday Well I want to get home and change clothes and then see if I cant get to work Strike talks collapse Iowa Beef still closed FORT DODGE Talks aimed at settling strikes at Iowa Beef Packers plants in Fort Dodge ind Perry col lapsed Thursday night with no progress reported and the com pany planning to resume oper ations with newly hired work ers if necessary The stalemate followed two days of negotiations with three federal mediators in attendance and the personal intervention of Gov Harold Hughes Spokesman for and the United the company Packinghouse Workers of America traded charges and countercharges aft er the meeting broke up A spokesman for Iowa Beef said it will resume operations at its beef plant here hopefully with union members If they dont report for work the spokesman said the company will hire replacements Dave Hprt Of Des Moines a district director of the UPWA said replacements mean strike breakers He said Iowa Beef made no effort to reach agree ment even on fringe factors that would not have cost anything Arden Walker of Denison the vice president for relations said he companys industrial was tremendously disappoint ed that no progresshad been made ARTISTS CONCEPTION OF MAN IN SPACE AP Artist John cSSton developed this conception of mans first flight into outer space outside protec tion of spaceship Television pictures sent to earth from orbitingSoviet space ship Voskhod2 showing Cosmonaut Alexei Lepnov floating in weightlessness outside the capsule provided basis of drawing Soviets return to earth Both safe Snow keeps firemen from Hampton blaze Officials Friday wore investigating the cause of a fire here Wednesday morning Inside The Globe EAST WATERLOO state cage favorite ousted by Grinnell Page 9 WHATS under that haute1 couture look Page I Glen Sharon Kephart which destroyed he El Rancho Restaurant while snowbound iremen and equipment watched rom a block away Stanley owner of the restaurant said the blaze ap parently started about 3 am n the roof The restaurant was ocated about two blocks north of the Hampton city limits on Highway 65 Firemen of huge drifts blocking tht high wayi Also lost in the blaze were a car and tractor belong ing to Parks which were parked next to the building The fire however spared a motel located north of the res taurant Parks would make no esti mate of the loss which was partially covered by insurance 28 SNOWBOUND in home at Ventura Page 14 Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news 47 Latest markets 7 Society newt 1112 Classified Comics North Iowa U MOSCOW AP Spaceship jVoskhod 2 landed safely Friday west of the Ural Mountains aft er a spectacular 24hour orbit during which one of the two cos monauts aboard frolicked out side the craft There were indi cations that something went wrong in the landing process An announcement by Tass the Soviet news agency that the pilot Wad steered the spaceship to a landing ended hours of mystery and official silence on the Voskhods fate Tass said both cosmonauts were well The time the Voskhod was and Leonov feel added The scicn aloft indicated it had completed were unable to get to the fire because SAM I BMral LENOV BELYAYEV 17 orbits and was on its 18th when it landed The exploit of Col Pavel Be lyaycv and Lt Col Alexei Leo nov meant another big step to ward travel to the moon It was Leonov who ventured outside the craft and floated 10 minutes in the void proving men could work there to assemble space platforms for shots to the moon The spaceship landed at am CST near Perm west of the Ural Moun tains and 725 miles northeast of MoscowThis is far north of the The Perm area is on the west ern slopes of the Ural Moun tains Half the area is forested and unfit for a landing but there is a plain Whatever the success of the anding Tass said Belyayev and conov had carried out their experiment successfully It was steered down by manu al controls by Belyayev the an nouncement said Belyayev well Tass lific program has been fully ac complished The last previous official an nouncement by the Soviets was am pm Central Standard Time which said the men had completed 13 or bits Japanese government radio listening posts speculated that listening posts speculated that the spacecraft had landed about am CST after complet ing its 17th orbit They reported that signals from the capsule which they were monitoring stopped at that time and were not heard again The West German space ob servatory in Bochum said So viet ground stations at am CST instructed Voskhods crew to switch from automatic to hand piloting The spaceship then had been in orbit nearly 25 hours and should have com pleted 16 orbits At am Bochum said on Voskhods next orbit signals were received from the ship with over 10 minutes de lay usual landing spaceships spot for Soviet viet Union even more months ahead of the United States in he race for a manned moon landing Soviet ubilation and goals shone through in a televisec news conference by Vasily Se leznev a top soviet space offi ciaL Set final Gemini practice See clouds for Tuesday CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP Final practice run of the first manned Gemini twoman space flight started Friday with track ing stations all over the world taking part Astronauts Virgil I Grissom and John W Young completed their last fullscale training mis sion Thursday Space officials were studying weather charts Friday after a longrange forecast for Tues day day of the launch called for low overhead clouds Tracking stations encircle the world along the path the Gemini spacecraft will travel during its three orbits The exercise starts at seven hours before launch and runs through the entire countdown including the 4hour and 52minute flight Realism is added by having the astronauts take part in a simulated spacecraft for part of the exercise Each station starting with Bermuda pretends the space craft comes into their area of coverage The Grand Canary Island off the coast of North Africa is next and so on around to Australia Hawaii Mexico and back to the United States Each station has a specific task assigned to it when t spacecraft passes overhead This information is relayed back to Cape Kennedy Recovery ships sailing about Photofax US SPACEMEN LEAVE ROCKET United States astronauts John W and Virgil Gus Grissom dressed in their space suits walk away from the gantry housing the Titan rocket which will send them on a 3orbit flight into space next Tuesday The two astronauts went through a full dress rehearsal Thursday of their upcoming flight 70 miles northeast of Grand Turk where the astronauts are expected to land also tune in on the exercise Grissom an Air Force major and Young a Navy lieutenant commander ran through the mission profile Thursday wit emphasis on launching manci vering using the small je engines which will give th spacecraft a maneuverabilit not available before in space ships and reentry This fact and the character oi radio signals toward the end of the flight suggested to the Bo chum Space Observatory in West Germany that IheJanding process was irregular a Bo chum spokesman said We deduce from that delay that the spaceship was already reducing speed and had started braking for a possible landing operation the spokesman said The worlds space scientists acclaimed Leonovs sally out side the twoman capsule Thurs day as afeat which put the So ROTARY AT State Highway Com mission rotary snowplow shaves a drift from the side of a stalled car on Highway 65 a half mile south of Mason City Behind the plow is another stalled car on the other aide of the highway There were tbout a dozen in the drifts on the first mile south of the city Because of the stalled cars only a rotary plow will be able to open North Iowas highways to twoway traffic Additional pictures on Page 14 Travel resumes slowly One lanes common By JAMES R OWENS GlobeGazette Staff Writer With springs arrival ust a day away at m Saturday North owa Friday was busy dig ing out of t h e winters rorst blizzard Traffic halted for three days as slowly starting to move as oacl crews were punching and rinding through huge hard ackcd drifts that ran up to 2 and 14 feet deep in some pots Six and eight foot drifts rere almost commonplace Highways and city streets slowly being opened at ast to oneway traffic railroad was starting to move uses were getting through in ome areas and airplanes were ying although at Mason City unway snow was still hamper ig airline operations While highway travel still was ot recommended it was ex iccted that nearly all roads vould be at least open oneway by Saturday The storm was oven Thurs ay night as winds died from he 35mileanhour speed that jacked drifts on Thursday But t was still brisk and was blow ng at about 24 miles an hour drifting the snow but no long r blasting it intothe air State and city crews reported hat the drifting on Friday was i sort that could be kept cleared way Both the city and state crews vho had been at work constantly ince heavy snowfall began Wcd icsday morning had a chance or evening rest Thursday be ore the slow but successful ef orts on Friday to carve through he drifts Stalled cars and trucks were he biggestproblem for the tate Highway Commissions rews according to Arlie P hristensen Mason City district maintenance engineer Rotary nowplows were trying to clear drifts to the sides of the stalled autos and owners were asked to them immediately The stalled vehicles made it mpossible to clear roads for woway traffic in some places Christensens detailed report on North Iowas highways US 65 open to oneway raffic from Hampton to the Minnesota line US 69 blocked at Kem me just north of Garner and at the junction with Iowa 9 US 169 open from Al gona to the Humboldt County inc US 218 blocked just south of Nashua by a semi ruck across tlie highway but open from there to the Minne sota line US 18 open from Britt o Nora Springs to oneway traf ic and open from Charles City east with No 24 to Calmar Iowa 9 open from Cresco east The crew working to clear Highway 65 south of Hampton an into one drift which was about 100 feet long and eight feet high right down the mid dle of the highway A com mission truck had been stalled n that drift since Wednesday night By midmorning the highway commission office at Iowa Falls reported oneway traffic from Iowa Falls to Colo Crews work ing north out of Iowa Falls had cleared a path for oneway traf fic to the Highway 20 intersec lion and were waiting for a ro tary plow from Waterloo to con tinue north In Minnesota Highway 65 WM STORM Please Turn to 2 North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair Friday night and Saturday Continued cold Friday night lows 5 to 5 below Not so coW Saturday 1211   

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