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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                y Loud TOKYO AP Red China called Tuesday for full prepara tions send Chinese troops into Ihc Vietnamese war if the United States escalates the fighting and the Vietnamese people call for help A Peking broadcast said the standing committee of the Na tional Peoples Congress Parlia ment ordered the preparations in the lorm of a resolution adopted unanimously Tuesday the name of the 650 mil lion Chinese people the reso lution said the standing com mittee of the National Peoples Congress of China today solemn ly passed a resolution calling on the peoples organizations and their people throughout China to make full preparations to send their own people to fight by together with the Vietnamese people and drive out the US aggressors in the event that US imperialism continues to esca late its war of aggression and the Vietnamese people need them The legislative body is em powered to decide on the proc lamation of a state of war China will continue to do everything within its power to give resolute and unreserved support to the Vietnamese peo ple now engaged in a patriotic just stuggle to resist the US the resolution said It said the Chinese govern ment and the Chinese people have solemnly declared that ag gression by US imperialism against the Democratic Repub lic of Viet Nam means aggres sion against China and that the Chinese people will absolutely not sit by idly without lending a helping hand In accordance with the de mands of the Vietnamese peo ple and the requirements of the common struggle against US imperialist aggression the Chi nese people have done and will continue to do their utmost to assist the Vietnamese people to defeat the US aggressors com pletely the resolution said In the fall of 1950 Red China sent volunteers into the Ko rean War The Chinese expressed sup port for North Vietnamese ap peal which called among oth ers for a halt in US air strikes on North Viet Nam and the withdrawal of US forces from South Viet Nam We maintain the resolu tion said that the necessary conditions for a political settle ment of the Viet Nam problem can be created only by putting an end to the US imperialist aggression against Viet Nam and forcing the United States to withdraw all its armed forces from Viet Nam The resolution also said it hoped that all countries and people who oppose US imperi alism and love peace will warm ly respond to the appeal of National Assembly of the Dem ocratic Republic of North Viet Nam takeemergency action and launch a mass movement of unprecedented force on m worldwide scale to compel the US aggressors to get out of Viet Nam of Indochina and of all the other places they occu py Delay i work issue Action by Democrats DES MOINES 34 Senate Democrats successfully deferred action Tuesday on a controversial labor package bill that would change the states rightlowork law But some rebellious Demo crats who voted with their ma jorily to force dcfcrrmcnl in dicated they would oppose the bill when it comes to a final vot c At 9 am when the bill was scheduled for debate Democrats went into a caucus for two hours Then Majority Leader Andrew Frommelt of Dubuque moved to defer action saying more amendments wore being pre pared Twcntylhree of the 25 Sonaif Republicans voted against deferring it Two GOP senators were absent Sen Warren Kruck of Boonc Icadir of the Democratic oppo sition loki the Senate after the doferral vote that whatever bill they come ottt with I am definitely opposing it 1 am regrouping my forces and we are going to defeat the thing Kruck said Minority Leader Robert Rig Icr RNcw Hampton declared Today is the day to resolve the issue The longer we delay this bill the more armtwisting there is yoing to be imposed on Democrats opposing the measure lie siiicl there are going to be other secret deals worked out if the measure is delayed Son Jack Schroeder RBet lemlorf said the bill obviously was bcinji deferred because they the Democrats dont have the votes They are deferring so thai more armtwisting can be applied Sen David Stanley RMusca tine said the issue is freedom of choice on whether to join a labor union Frommelt said the present righllowoik law adopted in 1917 was a wrong perpetrated on the industrial community and the people of it The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 20 1965 10c Paper Consists o Two Ont Associated Presi Full Wires No High w t AAarq In Washington Ct r i i f i 4 A n i Pliotofax AKKIhl Police carry a demonstrator away from a White House grounds gate Tuesday He and other young people protesting US policy in Viet Nam were hauled off in patrol wagons when they refused to move after drop ping to the sidewalk Twisters strike in South lS IKr THK ASSOCtATEO 1RKSS Democratic Gov Harold Thunderstorms slackened to Hughes who has said he favors thundcrshowcrs in sections of the bill in principle said South Tuesday after an out flay he opposed it in its prcscntjbreak of violent weather in wide Torn and work still was beingiareas from Texas to Alabama done lo draft amendments lo Three tornadoes hit southern make il acceptable Texas Monday killing one and Current law prohibits laboHnjuring several others Strong contracts which require tinionlwimls heavy Iiai and rain membership as a condition expounded wide areas in the holding a job Hughes has said he wants this provision re moved as the bill would pro vide The southern part of Texas as well as in Alabama and Louisiana A twister which struck the small Bay Ridge Christian Col governor also wanls allege bclwcci Kendlcton and East Bernard Tex killed Isaac more liberal law on picketing than the one now on the books But he said Ihc bill before the Senate in liberalizing picketing for informational purposes might also remove the prohibi tion against secondary boycotts said he opposes sec Colvin 21 when a dormitory collapsed Several other stu suffered minor injuries Other tornadoes hit the Victoria area and about five miles north of El Campo Hail rain and gusty winds hammered Houston Heaviest JlUtl V JCoL ondary boycotts and wants to rainfall in Texas was five inches Iowa law against also would provide keep the them The bill that court orders issued in labor disputes are invalid after five days unless the courl gave bolh sides a chance to be heard be fore issuing ils order Inside The Globe SET school June 9 bond election Page 17 COUNCILmanager vote May 25 Page 17 Mason City news 31617 Editorials 4 Clear Lake newt 39 Society news 1011 Sports 1314 North Iowa news 15 Latest markets 16 Comics II Classified pages 2021 STRIKES IN JAPAN TOKYO A wave of brief wage strikesswept Japan Tues day disrupting communications services and paralysing major harbors taxis and sightseeing buses It was part of the annual spring labor offensive in a severe thunderstorm at Miranclo City 30 miles cast of Laredo Winds were clocked at 80 mph The mercury soared to 90 at Laredo the nations top mark Strong winds hail and rain also raked areas in Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama with fairly heavy rain also dousing sections of northern Florida To end embargo on livestock at St Paul yards SOUTH ST PAUL Minn and England Pholofax CARRIED AWAY BY IT ALL screaming youth is carried by police after his arrest at Brigh ton England Monday Reinforced police scattered rowdy bands of youths in four English seaside re sorts Arrests for the fourday Easter holiday mount ed to about 175 Worst skirmishes occurred at Brighton 50 miles south of London of livestock at damage so far has reached the Sottlh St Paul Union Stockmillion about million of it yards will be resumed at 6 pm Sunday stockyards officials six inches to higher than had earlier been forecast The bureau said predictions of a higher crest were based on a more rapid release of snow melt upstream which has strained tributaries feeding the Mississippi In a coordinated forecast with Army Engineers at Rock Is land the Weather Bureau prc DES MOINES AP Govi agencies to make low cost loans dieted these crests Harold Hughes Tuesday asked J President Johnson to declare 87 Iowa counties a disaster area as a result of spring floods Hughes said estimates of the Seek aid for 87 counties in Iowa Supplies brought in by Duck Expect crest in next week MARQUETTE Breadl and milk trucks made their fin a run into this Mississippi Riv er community Monday lo stock stores and restaurants Tuesday an Army DuckM an amphibious vehicle was thej chief mean of getting mail and supplies to Marquetlc which has been isolated from neigh boring northeast Iowa communi ties by flood waters I think everyone has food and supplies to last a while1 said Mrs Dale Reynolds oper ator of the New Frontier Motel here I just linpe we are not cut off for as long as a week Mrs Reynolds has been an swering her phone with the greeting Hello floating mo tel Her motel is surrounded by more than three feet of water Mayor Charles Peck ex pressed concern that rising wat ers may force additional fam ilies from their homes Some 15 hcttscs are surrounded by wat er already and some families have moved in with friends or relatives Peck said the Duck has been operating a regular shuttle service between residential and commercial areas of Marquetlc The last road into the com munity of about 600 was flooded Monday and the Mississippi is expected to rise another two feet before reaching a crest Elsewhere along Iowas east ern border there were indica tions that while the Mississippi will probably reach record heights in the next week to ten days this years floods may not be as costly as floods of past years Brig Gen HG Woodbury dcpuly director of civil work for the Army Corps of Engineers HELP THY from Amish boutheast Iowa are in Clinton to help with flood prevention efforts in what the generally bearded and black hatted men describe as a Help Thy Brother pro gram The Amish are filling sand bags to bolster a milelong dike against the Mississippi River One pilot killed Bridges roads hit again in Viet the Armv Corns of Engineers An Naml Thr leff rlgroundfire during the initia said aK the ciUes seem to lAmencan am Viclnamjrier Hancock before dawn on a part of the raid but that there h J T fighlcrbombcrs hammered halfhour strafing run from the was no firms at the timP be ready The response of the people in these cities has been heartening I saw grammar school children filling sandbags at Dubuque Cities all along Iowas eastern border were redoubling sand bagging efforts Tuesday in the wake of Weather Bureau predic away at North Vietnamese roads and bridges again Tues day One Navy ropcllercinven Skyraider was downed and its pilot killed A US Army officer was killed in fighting in South Viet Nam and an American civilian died at a Viet Cong halfhour strafing run from theiwas no firing at Ihc time the 17th Parallel northward Highway 1 A US spokesman said the planes smashed a convoy and two of the planes returned safe tivmau uiuu rtl it VICL ttons that the Mississippi would roadblock raising the number SInCh American dead in two days to to private properly He said the figure does not in said Tuesday in announcing terelude any of Ihe current Miss mination of an embargo posed because of a strike r The strike involving stockspent to keep National GuardJ ii iii ii imissippi River flood cost except possibly some of the money handlers at the yards has been settled The embargo took ef fect March 23 the day after handlers left their jobs in a dis pute over pension benefits Terms of the settlement reached last week were not an nounced The yards remained closed however because of flood con ditions i troops on duty to this point The guard had 575 men ashas asked officials of federal and other assistance available Dubuque 26 feet Sunday a to lowans who suffered flood rise of more than four feet from along Skyraider crashed Later in the day US and Vietnamese air force fighter bombers conducted three strikes against the My Due bridge soulh of Dong Hoi and ly lo the Hancock The New Chicopys on High w 2 nn WrMvc A MoimfJ J na News Agency claimed that North Vietnamese groundfire downed two of the planes The spokesman said the planes encountered heavy Officials discuss strategy for war tons of bombs a said Antiaircraft losses The request for a disaster declaration covers all but cen tral Iowa It includes all but these counties Adair Madison Adams Union Clarke Lucas Taylor Ringgolcl Decattir Wayne Appanoose and Davis J F Sullivan of Denver Col orado regional director of the Office of Emergency Planning 17 feet Clinton 24 feet April 26 The river is already several feet above the 16fool flood stage Davenport 21 feet April 27 Flood stage is 15 feet and the signed lo Mississippi flood duty Monday Hughes said his personal es timate is that flood damage will total million to mil lion by the time the Mississippi river is back in its banks A presidential emergency dec laration would enable federal 1 agencies lo meet at 1 pm Wednesday lo plan assistance programsHughes said Last week the Farmers Home Administration in Washington declared 60 Iowa counties cligi ble for emergency loana be cause of flood damage HONOLULU AP Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara the current level Flood stage isiwas complete the war room quorum1 at Pacific Mililary Command headquarters Tuesday lo consider future military and diplomatic slralegy in Viet decide what action is to be tak McNamara replied That is not on our agenda to a qucs 12 All aircraft returned safely On Highway 1 140 miles south of Hanoi American jets caused heavy landslides with some 20 spokesman was heavy in one area but no Com munist planes were sighted The My Due bridge was re ported still standing but its ap proaches were dotted with cra ters The Army officer was killed in heavy fighting in Binh Dinh Province on a peninsula oppo site the coastal city of Qui Nhon 280 miles northeast of Saigon The officer was fatally Wounded while helping with i vti j iu a ir w i til tion of whether the conference tne evacuation of Vietnamese wnnlrl cnnsiHor Wounded Nam McNamara arrived MondaylViet Nam would consider the matter of cither continuing or discon tinuing air strikes against North river is about a foot and a half night in Honolulu where top above this already North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy with no im portant temperature chenges through Wedn e s d a y Lows Tuesday night in upper 30s Wednesday In mid to upper 60s Weether Details on Pago 2 US military men in the Pacific already had started talks on Southeast Asia In a plancside news confer ence McNamara said the con The conference came as So viet Premier Alexei N Kosygin warned the United States it is nearing a dangerous deadline in Viet Nam and shortly after Sen J W Fulbright DArk fcrcncc will discuss increasing called for a temporary suspcn Amcrican logistics support tosion of US bombings in North South army Viet Nams expanding Viet Nam South Viet Nam has decided he said to increase Us forces from 100000 to 160000 men and we have decided to support that increase Now we must Pentagon sources and Army Gen Earle G Wheeler chair man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and senior military man at con ference denied any crisis at mosphere Remap debate opens Thunder expected By WILUAr L EBERLINI DES MOINES AP T h owa House opened debate Tues ay on a proposed constitutional mendmcnt to set guidelines for uture rcapportionments of the cgisiature In its first 90 minutes of de iate it disposed of one amend ment to allow any citizen to hallenge in the Iowa Supreme Jourt at any time an apportion ment plan adopted by the legis ature As passed by the Senate Vlarch 26 the measure would lave required such a challenge o be filed with the Iowa Su preme Court within 30 days aft er a legislatures apportion ment plan became law The amendment was adopted 7030 after the House rejected a proposal by Rep Ray Bailey DClarion that the time imit for filing the challenge ba made six months instead of 30 days Rep Charles Miller DBur ington sponsor of the amend ment that prevailed said he thought it should be made as brief broad and clear as pos sible that any person has the constitutional freedom to seek a court test of any apportionment adopted by the legislature at any time Rep James Denato Moines opened the discussion of the measure with an explana tion that recent decisions by federal courts on reapportion ment have been based on the equal protection of the laws provision of Ihe US Constitu tion The nations highest court he said has decided under this provision that population is the only basis for apportionment ot any state legislature Denato told fellow Democrats we have criticized the other party in election campaigns for several years for their failure to rcapportion Vow if we fail to do il ourselves that criticism will be rebounded upon our own leads The dcbale was expected to be much like April weather sometimes of lota of thunder but no really rugged onslaught of the elements Most of the heat was expected to come on two portions of the measure as it was passed 3424 by the Senate on March 26 One would permit subdistrict ing of counties electing more than one senator or representa tive An amendment offered by Rep James Wengert DSioux City would knock that out thus requiring all legislative candi dates in such districts to run at large The other would knock out of the measure language adopted in a Senate amendment pro posed by Sen David Stanley RMuscatine providing that if an amendment is adopted in the future to the federal Constitu tion to permit state legislatures to base apportionment on some basis other than population Io wa may do so An amendment signed by 51 Democratic representatives headed by Rep James Denato DDes Moines would eliminate this provision Sponsors of the amendment say that such con ditional language should not be put into the Iowa Constitution The legislature is under feder al court order to reapportion it self both on a temporary and permanent basis in accordance with the one man one vote principle laid down by the US Supreme Court ast fall The measure before the House Nine American helicopter crewmen were kilted by Viet Cong ground fire Monday during the operation Three Vietnam ese were killed and three wounded Initial reports indicated 42 Viet Cong have been killed most of them by fire from heli copters A Viet Cong terrorist band operating a roadblock north of Saigon Monday night killed John B Cone 28 a civilian con struction employe from Park dale Ark deals only with the so called permanent rcappor REMAP Please turn to 2 SAM DATI1H4ar   

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