Mason City Globe Gazette, April 8, 1965

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 08, 1965

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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1965, Mason City, Iowa tone trial of bomber Yank is threatened SAIGON South Viet Nam CAP The South Vietnamese government announced Thurs day it had postponed the trial of one of the terrorists who bombed the US Embassy The Viet Cong had threatened to shoot an American captive if the bomber was executed Saigon authorities said the trial of Nguyen Van Thai 33 was postponed indefinitely Hanoi Radio broadcast a com munique Wednesday from the Viet Congs political agency the National Liberation Front say ing if Thai was executed Gus tav C HcrU a US aid mission official missing since Feb 2 also would die The broadcast made no ref erence to the execution sched uled today of Le Dau 24 ad mitted Communist agent arrest ed Sunday night at Da Nang He was caught in a hotel with a transistor radio filled with 2V4 pounds of explosives There were indications Le Dans execution would be post poned again It was set back from Tuesday with the explana tion that he was stili giving use ful information Saigon authorities had not announced imposition of the death penalty on Thai But the Communist broadcast claimed them was scheming to that end under llie pretext that he was involved in the bomb blast at the US Embassy Hanois broadcast rwt only pave the first word from the Communists that they actually had as a prisoner il also constituted the first admission that he Hods were responsible for the embassy bombing which killed two Americans and 20 Vietnamese The broadcast said none of he terrorists was killed in the blast and that all the bombers returned safely to their base After the bombing however South Vietnamese authorities said the terrorist who drove the sedan loaded with explosives up to the embassy was killed by HIP blast as he tried to ride off with Thai on a motorbike A policeman shot Thai in the stomach and he was captured Thai has been under treatment for his wound Thai and another Vietnamese accused of being involved in the bombing were to have gone on trial before a military court Wednesday Saigon officials gave noindication that the post ponement was the result of thfe reprisal threat Hertz 44 of Leosburg Va disappeared while on a motor bike trip near Saigon Feb 2 He was chief of the aid missions public administration division in Saigon and had lived here since with his wife and three of their five children Aid funds are restored WASHINGTON MVln a vic tory for the Johnson adminis tration the Senate Foreign Re lations Committee reversed it self Thursday anrl voted to re slorn S115 million it had cut previously from military assist ance funds in the huge foreign aid authorization bill The reversal by a 108 vote would niilhorue the full billion the administration had J Tht newspaper that mokes oil North lowans neighbors Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL I IMS i Paper ol Two AitoclaUd PrtM FoO Ltaae Wtrea 11 React to Johnson talk Highlights of Presidents Viet Nam speech WASHINGTON are textual highlights of President Johnsons speech on Viet Nam delivered Wednesday night in Baltimore The first reality is that North Viet Nam has attacked the in dependent nation of South Viet Nam Its object is total con quest Over this all Asia another reality The deep ening shadow of Communist China The rulers in Hanoi are urged on by Peking the contest in Viet Nam is part of a wider pattern of aggressive purpose We are there because we have a promise to keep Since 1954 every American president has offered support to the peo ple of South Viet Nam We have made a national pledge to help South Viet Nam defend its in dependence and intend to keep that promise We are also there to strengthen world order Around the globe Berlin to people whose wellbeing rests in part on the belief they can c o u n t on us if they are at tacked To leave Viet Nam to its fate would shake the con fidence of all these people in the value of American commit ment We must say in Southeast we did in the words of the Bible Hith erto shalt thou come but no further We will never be second in the search for such a peaceful settlement in Viet Nam and we remain this unconditional dis cussions Now there must be a much more massive effort to im prove the life of man in the con flictlorn corner of the world The first step is for the coun tries of Southeast Asia to as sociate themselves in a greatly expanded cooperative effort for development For our part f will ask the Congress to join in a billion dol lar American investment in this effort when it is under way And I hope all other industrialized countries including the Soviet Union will join in this effort to replace despair with hope and terror with progress I also intend to expand and speed up a program to make available our farm surplus to assist in feeding and clothing the needy in Asia Peace will be necessary for final success But we cannot wait for peace to begin the job GLACIAL AGE T Phototax Donna Jean Greiner 20 of Keota stands beside a 10 1 1 1 WMJ kj u O loot iceberg which was left along with many smaller chunks after flood water receded in the RiverdaJe housing area of Fort Dodge Donna Jean is a freshman nursing student at the Fort Dodge Community College Threat of floods shifts to Waterloo THK ASSOCIATKI PRESS Heavy showers and thunder storms swept across southern Iowa early Thursday but flood ravaged areas in northern Iowa jescaped most of the rain But the Weather Bureau warned flood fighters in central and eastern Iowa that locally heavy rains were likely in those sections later Thursday The rains were expected to requested for military ance to allied nations end in west and central coun ties during the afternoon and in southeast Iowa Thursday night The heaviest rainfall was re ported in areas which have not yet been hit by flood waters assistBloomfield had 140 inches Kco jsauqua 120 Ccnterville and Lo Anticoncer agent undergoing tests mental anticancer chemical with By FRANK CAREY AP Science Writer DETROIT AP Develop mcnt of a new type of cxperi agent a molecufar reported Thurs day lo the American Chemical Socicly The synthetic drug has proved effective in destroying or slow ing a wide variety of cancers in animals It has yet to be proved useful in man Its a new form of a class of chemicals known carbaxones and as thiosemi is dubbed KTS for short It has an unu sual ability to pick up or che late certain present in the trace body minerals such as copper in a clawlike action It apparently needs copper to give it antilumor activity Tests of whether it would be safe for use in man have been started in a few hopeless cases of presumably cancer re ported Dr Harold G Petering of the Upjohn Co Kalamazoo Mich But Petering said at a conference at the 149th national ACS meeting that the human tests being conducted at Ros well Park Memorial Institute Buffalo NY are only prelimi nary ones to evaluate safety He indicated that the tests arc not expected to provide any gauge of whether the substance would be effective against can cer in man Petering elaborated on a for mal report he and researcher Garrette J Van Giessen also of Upjohn prepared for the meet ins TKe scientists said in answer to a question that the research left unanswered questions in cluding exactly how the drug works against animal tumors But he said the substance in animal tests has 1 Caused complete disappear ance of a number of tumors ex perimentally transplanted into rats and mice including ma lignancies of the pancreas in testines stomach muscle and bone Produced very marked inhibition slowing of of some such tumors that had developed naturally in other test animals 3 Lowered the incidence of tumor recurrence when sprin kled into wounds made by surgi cal removal of animal tumors 4 Shown no evidence of caus ing significant harm to normal tissue in animals i gan 117 Albia 115 and Don nellson 09 The latest flood threats were at Waterloo where a small army of high school youths and other volunteers fought the swollen Cedar River and south east of DCS Moines where Na tional Guardsmen and volun teers were battling the DCS Moines River Gov Harold Hughes sched uled an aerial inspection of northern Iowa flood areas Thursday afternoon with federal officials Three men dumped in the swollen Little Sioux River southeast of Spencer Wednes day when their boat capsized escaped injury Art Rhodes a power line repairman and Clar ence Bcndlin of Spencer whose boat was being used grabbed a power line and worked their way to safety Larry McKeever of Spencer a repairman was yards downstream swept before 500 he was able to work his way to shallow water More than half an inch of rain already has fallen at Corning Hamburg Oakland Randolph Corrcctionvillc Cherokee Win tcrset Jewell Redfield Tracy Grinncll Hubbard Pocahontas Zearing Brooklyn Oilman Haverhill Indianola Jefferson Van Meter Chariton Lamoni Council Bluffs Bur lington Des Moines Ottumwa and Sioux City The State Highway Commis sion reports more than a dozen stretches of highway closed by high water with numerous areas in northern and central Io wa having water running over road but with traffic moving through The following highways were closed by high water at last re port Iowa 3 at the northeast edge of Cherokee old Iowa 5 at the east edge of Cherokee Iowa 9 about six miles west of Spirit Lake Iowa 14 north of Mar shalltown Iowa 17 about a mile and a half south of Emmets burg US 18 about a mile and a half west of Emmetsburg U S 18 east of US 169 US 20 and 218 in Cedar Falls Iowa 31 from Olo to Wahta Iowa 42 west of Rivertqn Iowa 46 at the FLOODS rum N I 2 North Iowa flood danger believed over Unless heavy rains hit North Iowa officials in area towns hardest hit by the high water believe the danger period for bad floods is past At Charles City Thursday morning Mayor Lee Albaugh reported the Cedar River stood at 1675 feet still four feet above flood stage but well below the 194 feet at which the river crested Tuesday night Albaugh added that the river was receding gradually The St Marys Street bridge which car ries Highway 18 traffic over the river was open Thursday for the first time in three days At Green where the Shellrock River crested at 8V4 feet Tues day night officials reported the water level was at 72 feet and holding steady Seven feet is considered flood stage on the Shellrock at Greene There is still a detour of about six miles through Algona to route traffic around the barricade on Highway 18 east of 169 North of the bridge on High way 18 the ice still is solid banktobank on the East Fork of the DCS Moines River It is 12 to 15 inches thick Engineers cannot dynamite it until the ice below has gone out and the water level falls so the ice can get under the bridge Ice south of the bridge has moved from 1500 to 2000 feet in the last 24 hours Some of the ice is in chunks 30 to 50 feet across Highway 69 south of Algona is open to only oneway traf fic in two places where the water is still over the roadway North Iowa Weather outlook Partly clowdy Thursday and Friday Thursday 3540 A little cooler Friday in low Press for medicare passage Charges by GOP ignored WASHINGTON AP House Democratic leaders ignoring Republican charges of rubber stamp pressed Thursday for passage by nightfall of a lion health careSocial Security bill Republicans concentrated their efforts on a preliminary vote expected late Thursday on substituting for the bill Presi dent Johnspn backs one intro duced by Rep John W Byrnes RWis The Byrnes bill is similar in most respects to the administra tion measure but would not provide payroll tax increases to finance a hospital benefit for the aged Instead the bill would provide higher payments by participants and general Treas ury subsidy Democrats however said they have the votes to pass the administration version over whelmingly The Congress of the United States has become a rubber stamp Rep Thomas B Curtis RMo said Wednesday in a speech complaining that the bill had not been given adequate airing in public hearings Rep Wilbur D Mills DArk chairman of he Ways and Means Committee defended the bill against charges that it would impair professionalism in medical practice Rep Durward G Hall RMo a physician said it would lead to destruction of the doctorpa tient relationship and over crowding of hospitals But Mills said the committee had taken pains to prevent any government infringement on traditional professional prac iccs requiring in the bill BARRIERS UP AT BRAVO CHECKPOINT East German soldiers agafn erect barriers at checkpoint Bravo halting traffic between isolated Berlin and the western world Block Berlin road again BERLIN Commu nists closed the Berlin auto bahn for a second time Thurs day reopening it on the chal lenge of a US Armyconvoy After the US Army convoy sped the 110 miles eastward from West Germany to Ber lin the autobahn was shut down again A Soviet officer said the road would be closed for five hours The shutdown earlier in the day was for three hours Shortly after the second shut down a joint USBritish con voy of three vehicles showed up at Helmstedt the Soviet check point at the western end of the autobahn to test the order In the convoy were two Brit ish military land rovers and an American sedan The fivehour shutdown an nounced by t h e Soviet officer was the longest yet in a week of Communist harassment of com munications with West Berlin hat a private agency such as Blue Shield be engaged to han dle relations with the medical profession Proposed Social Security changes Below is a comparison of present and proposed maximum payroll tax payments for employes and employers each year under the Social Security pro gram amounts rounded off to nearest dollar The proposed are in the House bill on health care and social Security The present tax base is The officer also said joint East GermanSoviet maneuvers would continue until April 11 and that therefore more inter ruptions of traffic on the auto bahn could be expected Asked whether this also would mean continued Communist fighter activity in the three al lied air corridors linking Berlin with the west the officer re plied This is a military exercise The Air Force is taking part in it of course There was no way of learning whether the barricades were lifted the first time during the day because of the US chal lenge or whether the Commu nists had planned only a three hour shutdown That was the time of yesterdays closure The US convoy was being processed at the Communist checkpoints for the trip to West Berlin when all traffic was al lowed to resume Thursday was the fourth suc cessive day the Communists had closed the autobahn Backed by the Soviets East German guards at 9 am closed the steel barriers at each end of in Pi 5600 in 1966 and The tax rates also will increase to Maximum tax rounded in nearest rlollar 1965 1966 1967 Worker and rmplnyrr fach pay Nnw frnpased S174 198 198 222 W970 222 197172 222 197375 222 197679 222 198086 222 1987 and after 222 244 252 252 274 323 353 356 363 370 5eiremplneri worker Vow Proposed 298 298 331 331 331 33 331 331 331 356 364 364 398 469 498 502 508 515 The House bill on Social Security changes in cludes increases in monthly pension benefits for those covered by the program as outlined below Av monthly In wnrklng yeari hfliml Worker fmtintMf penilnn Now rniwiv 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 40 73 n 105 lit 127 127 127 127 J 44 71 W 102 112 124 m 157 Itt Couplr monthly 89 110 124 143 174 95 117 135 153 191 191 1M 204 235 252 Nurse asks a difficult question MEMPHIS Tcnn Wl A young nurse walked into the Mem phis office of the In ternal Revenue Serv ice Taxpayer Assist ance Service Can I take off my uniform she asked the agent After a moments hesitation and consid eration he replied Lady if your question is can nurs es uniforms be de ducted from your tax obligation the answer is yes Gun duel precedes CORE rally BOGALUSA La CAP This racially tense mill town jolted by a flurry of midnight gunfire girded Thursday to ward off trouble A block of Main Street target the superhighway between West for civil rights pickets was bar Berlin and West Germany They ifted them three hours later In the interim at 11 am a 22 vehiele US Army convoy drove up to the Helmstedt checkpoint at the West German end and its commander demanded lo havc heen billet allowed through The Soviets held it up for 20 minutes then waved it into the halfmilelong checkpoint for processing by East German guards ricadcd All vehicles were rout ed around the area Pedestrians were not affected The gunfire came shortly aft er midnight at a Negro resi dence where two white civil cd Apparently no one was hit William J Vales 37 of Buf falo NY a Congress of Racial Equality project direc de scribed the shooting as a clash with the Kit Klux Klan which The Reds reopened the autojhas been active in this southeast 3ahn while the convoy was being checked Inside The Globe BATTLE lines drawn in tax relief effort Page 6 Editorials 4 Society Sports Mason City news 1112 1415 Latest 14 Louisiana area Bogalusa police said about eight shots were fired all from the Negro home No bullet holes were found in the house At Baton Rouge Gov John McKcithen said he talked with Bogalusa authorities and was told there was no gun battle It was obviously an effort by these paid professional agita tors from the North and the East to come into our state and create an incident where they can get publicity and raise more I money McKcithen told news Comics s 16 men Cub Gazette ln Yates version groups of Clear Lake 19 cars sped by the house with men inside shooting at the house i through the car windows Classified pages 3021 North Iowa 22 Position pleases British Reds still are silent LONDON W Britain Thursday formally wel comed as statesmanlike and imaginative President Johnsons offer for uncon ditional talks to end the war in Viet Nam A statement from Prime Minister Harold Wilson said Johnsons offer to jether with h i s forward ooking ideas for economic reconstruction in Southeast Asia make it possible to end the conflict and give he Vietnamese people hope for a better life The Communist capitals of Hanoi and Peking were silent US officials in Saigon said a particularly strong effort would be made to get Johnsons words to the people of North Viet Nam possibly by stepping up the power of the Voice of America radio In Jakarta an official spokes man for President Sukarno said Johnsons proposal for talks would avert a war between the United States and the Soviet Union But the spokesman Deputy Foreign Minister Ganis Harso no said Indonesia wants noth ing to do with the Presidents proposal for a development pro gram The first Soviet comment was noncommittal The official So viet news agency Tass pub lished a 200word dispatch from Washington saying the Presi dent expressed the readiness of the United States for negotia tions but it made no mention lis offer to enter them uncondi tionally It stressed his vow that US air raids on North Viet Nam would continue and his warning to Americans to be prepared for a prolonged con flict Tass gave a factual account of Johnsons proposal to extend a billion dollars in US aid to Southeast Asia Here are comments from Sen ate and House members on President Johnsons Viet Nam speech Republican Senate Leader Everett M this another case where the Ameri can trumpets sound retreat Senate Democratic Leader Mike door is open to a bonafide settlement which will permit the people of Viet Nam to Jive in peace and freedom Holism Republican Leader Gerald se curity and solid international relationships cannot be bounht with dollars Chairman L Mendel Rivers of t h e House Armed Services Committee The President has just made a magnificent address He has my complete support Rep Otto E Passman D Presidents address eaves me shocked We are rying to buy friends with our dollars Chairman Thomas E Mor gan of the House Foreign Af airs are helping a valiant people in struggle to retain their freedom against the encroachment of a Brutal Communist aggression Sen Frank Carlson RKan is my hope we can reduce roreign aid expenditures rather than expand them Assistant Senate Democratic Leader Russell B ay for the President hes a great man SAM ;

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