Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Mason City Globe Gazette Newspaper Archive: May 8, 1965 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 8, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                5 raids on Viet 230 tons of bombs h ne w spaper that makes all North lowons neighbors MALCOLM W tROWNI SAIGON Viet More Air Force and Navy planes staged five railHtry targets and road communkations in North Viet NamSaturday rain ing than 230 tons of bombs against a variety of targets The largest raid was carried out by 40 United States Navy A4 Skyhawks from the carriers Coral Sea and Midway The planes dropped about 100 tons of bombs on the Vinh military air field 160 miles south of Hanoi This was the second strike against an airfield in the three month air war against the Com munist north Earlier Vietnam ese air forceSkyraiders hit the airbase at Dong Hoi air field near the frontier A spokesman did not say whether any Com munist aircraft were on the ground A US Marine was killed when yiet on a group of leathernecks tour ing hamlets just outside Da Nang air base handing out chewing gum candy and school books In two separate incidents in central Viet Nam Communist land mines killed a US Army Special Forces man and seri ously wounded two other Ameri can soldiers A Marine spokesman said an eightman group headed by a lieutenant colonel went to the Le My village complex with five Vietnamese including the re gional and village chiefs and interpreters The Marines had no trouble in the first hamlet but as they en tered the second they drew heavy fire from a house where an estimated five Viet Cong ri flemen were hiding Attacking the house the Marines lobbed a grenade in side apparently without injur ing the Red guerrillas One Marine enlisted man a scout ran to the rear of the house to head off any guerrillas leaving the back way Marine spokes mcn said he was fatally wound ed by one rifle bullet in the ciiest About five VietCong ran from the house and the Marines opened fire One of the Commu nists stumbled and fell but gbt up and escapedwith the others It was believed that a com pany of Marines was sent into the area afterwards in an effort to track down the Viet Cong Le My village is near Red Beach Two where the Ameri can Marines made their original landing in force two months ago It is known as a Viet Cong area The Marines have been mak ing repeated patrols and have been carrying out extensive psy chological warfare efforts to win over the villagers The Army casualties from Viet Cong land mines were suf fered by US advisers accom panying Vietnamese troops Two US Army Special Forc es enlisted advisers were on an operation in Binh Dinh Prov ince 300 miles northeast of Sai gon when one of the Americans stepped on a mine and was killed The blast wounded the othcK American who was evac uated to a field hospital VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY I IHS UOe Paper CouUti o Two OM Auoclaled Pretf full LctM Wtree 77 For Dominican Republic new ruling VE Day both sides of Iron BERLIN Soviet Pre mier Alexei N Kosygin and oth er Communist leaders gathered in East Berlin Saturday for a giant VE Day parade as na tions on both sides of the Iron Curtain celebrated the 20th an niversary of Nazi Germanys defeat Kosygin who shared the spot light with Premier Josef Cyran kiewicz of Poland and Deputy Premier Lu Tingyi of Commu nist China used the occasion Friday to blast the United States for its military activities in Viet Namand in the Domin ican Republic They the United Slates want to make capital out of the difficulties which have arisen in the world Socialist Communist movement and it would be wrong to underestimate these devious plans Kosygin said He apparently was referring to the ideological differences between the Soviet Union and Communist China He rejected claims of some people that only a new worldwar could re tain the unity of the interna tional Communist movement He the United States for the most elemen tary rules of international law by its actions in the Congo for landing troops in the Dominican Republic and for the barbaric bombing attacks on the Repub lic of North Viet Nam The Chinese deputy premier also assailed the United States and added a demand for a peace treaty with West Germa ny to officially end World War II and a solution to the Berlin problem East Germanys deputy pre mier Willy Stoph praised French President Charles de Gaulle welcoming his proposals for a European settlement with out participation of the United States In Washington President Johnsonin1 an obvious ref erence to De Gaulles proposals assailed the kind of national ism which would destroy the dream of European unity arid Atlantic partnership He said those who gave their lives in World War II did not die in vain The shining achieve ment over the past two decades includes the democratic revival of defeated Nations growing European unity and USEuropean partnership he added Former President D wight D Eisenhower commander in chief of Allied forces in World War H said in New York the Communist dominated stales of Europe are a sad monument to the victory we thought we had won 20 years ago In London Prime Minister Harold Wilson said in an anni versary statement the reunifi cation of Germany in peace and freedom through the principle of selfdetermination remains the fundamental objective of British policy West German Chancellor Lud wig Erhard and President Hcin rich Luebke placed a wreath on a monument to the German war dead in Bonn Military parades and other observances will be held Sunday in Moscow and Prague erupts in Kashmir Protest exile of the Lion SRINAGAR Kashmir AP Bloody rioting erupted here in Sheik Mohammed Abdullahs home town Saturday when it waslearned the Lion ofKash mir had been seized by Indian police in Delhi rlndian police killed at least four rioters in firing on huge crowds of demonstrators surg ing through the streets General president were burned government In Vhu Yen miles northeast Province 230 of Saigon a US Army officer stepped on a mine which blew off his left fool Pekings New China News Agency quoted a Hanoi an nouncement as saying North Vietnamese shot clown three US F105 jet fighterbombers Friday The announcement said many others were damaged The report monitored in To kyo said waves of the US F105 jet fighters coming from Thailand bombed some places along the communication line in Photofax MOTHERS LITTLE HELPER When its time to give a youngster a bottle of rhilk you cant make a monkey out of Enoch The chimpanzee a member of a monkey act showing in Melbourne Australia is giving the milk to 17monthsold Amah da cle Troy Amandas father Gene de Troy is the ownertrainer of the chimpanzees Doubts validity Opposes ban on local poll taxes Sen ate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield says President John son will sign Ihe Negro voting rights bill even if an amend ment to ban state and local poll taxes is adopted But Mansfield is doing his best to defeat the amendment agreeing with Atty Gen Nicho las Katzenbach that it is of doubtful constitutionality The drive to include a ban on poll taxes is being led by Sen Edward M Kennedy DMass The issue is to be voted on Tues thc north part of Thanh Hoa day Province US officials Friday an nounced a raid by 41 of the FlOSs and 40 fighters on the Thanh Hoa highway and rail road bridge 80 miles south of Hanoi They said one of the FlOSs was shot down but the pilot reached the Soulh China Sea where he parachuted and was picked up safely by an American amphibious plane Des Moines man killed in accident DES MOINES m Phillip Galvan 21 of Des Moines died early Saturday when the car which he was driving on High way 415 north vof here struck a pillar on an Interstate 80 un derpass North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable c I e u d I ness through Sunday with showers and possibly thunder storms In the Ms Lows in the Ms Little change Mon Three inch rains fall on i part of state Bj THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More than three inches of rain pounded parts of Iowa during the night and umbrellatotinj weather was the weekend in prospect over Heaviest rainfall reported was at Estherville which had 32 inches Osceola in southern Iowa had 258 inches Other reports included Ida Grove 167 Sac City 10 Glen wood 112 Spencer 73 Sioux City 73 Davenport 76 Counci Bluffs 74 Carroll 70 and DC Moines 48 v The rain came from thunder storms which moved into west ern Iowa Friday night and were spreading eastward across the stale The Weather Bureau saic about half of Iowa would con iinue lo receive precipitatio Saturday with scattered show crs likely Sunday A the In opening debate mcndment Friday Kennedy laintained Congress has the tan iowcr to outlaw state poll taxes s a condition for voting Con fess in 1962 approved a pro posed amendment to the Consti Police vehicles and an Indian spokesman said a number of policemen were injured in the riots In New Delhi an Indian gov ernment spokesman said an un identified UN observer in Kashmir to police the India Pakistan ceasefire line was manhandled during the rioting but was not seriously injured At least 55 persons were ar restedby reinforced police units that patrolled the city Abdullahs supporters de clared a general Jstrike and roaming mobs stoned any bus or shop that die not observe it Abdullah was sent into exile in south India presumably be cause he confererd with Pre mier Chou Eniai of Red China in Algiers on a tour abroad ad vocating independence for Kashmir The state now is di SOVIET IDEA FOR SPACIOUS LIVING A Photofax dummy of a Soviet cosmonaut is recliningon a Vos The cosmonautthen leaves the couch unit and des tok spaceship couch The entire unit canbe ejected from the spherical capsule when ithears the ground cends the rest of the way by parachute The dummy is part of the Moscow display of the Vostok vided between India and Pakis ution outlawing the poll tax in ederal elections It wasratified y the states and added to the institution last year Still Sen George D Aiken R Vt suggested it would be cx May use Cambodia for guerrilla war BANGKOK Thailand AP A leading Thai paper warned Saturday that Red China may use neighboring Cambodia in its announced plan to launch a To try Klansman again next fall Jurors deadlock after 70 to 2 vote HAYNEVILLE Ala AP Ten of the 12 male jurors had Alabamas Atty Gen Richmond voted for conviction The other Flowers says a Ku Klux Klansitwo held out for acquittal Cir man whose murder trial ended cuit Judge T Worth Thagard rcmcly embarrassing to war jA Thanand resident if he were called on to ign a bill his chief legal officer The Daily News said Cam ays may have an unconslitubodias diplomatic break with the United States would give Peking already influential in jonnson saw rcccnuy e more latitude in its jpposcd to the poll tax but that ional provision Johnson said recently he is here is a constitutional problem nvolved in trying to abolish it jy federal legislation He didnt say what he would do if such an amendment were1 written into the bill he proposed after the SelmaloMontgomcry march protesting voting dis crimination against Negroes The measure provides for sus pension of literacy tests and the appointment of federal rcg strars in wide areas of the South Alabama Mississippi Texas and Virginia still require voters in state and local elections to pay a poll tax Sen Spessard L Holland D Fla who sponsored the consti tutional amendment assailed Kennedys proposal as a short cut attempt to deprive the states of their right to deter mine the qualification of voters trouble with the ultra liberals is that they expect too much too quick Holland said He said the poll tax ban in federal elections already is leading states to drop the levy for their own elections operations in a deadlocked jury will be tried again And he said when people realize that this is not going to be swept under the rug as just another civil rights incident thatthis is a murder trial we may get a conviction next time Collie Leroy Wilkins Jr 21 of Fairfield Ala was free under bonds totaling after a jury trying him in State Court for the killing of a white woman civil rights demonstrator failed Friday to agree on a verdict declared a mistrial 24 hours and 20 minutes after he had put the life of Wilkins in the jurys bands The first degree m u r d e r charge could have brought the death penalty Flowers the states chief le gal officer said he expects the crcwcut Kiansman to be called to trial again in the fall term of court in September Two other Klan members also charged with slaying Viola Li uzzo of Detroit Mich are awaiting trial The charges Inside The Globe Editorials4 Newman Surveyor 5 Church news 6 Society news 8 Sports 910 North Iowa news Picture page SANTO DOMINGO Do minican Republic A fiveman military civilian ruling body Installed in a surprise move by the Do minicans military junta has called on Col Francisco Caamarios leftist rebels to help restore peace and na tional unity Gen Antonio I m b e r fc Barrerra Friday night wag named president of the new group which called it selfa government of na tional reconstruction Tm bert described Caamano as good personal friend vith whom he was ready to talk at any time Caamano on the other hand claims thathis forces speak for the Dominican Republic as its legitimate government He has said that his rebels will accept no coalition government formu la involving the military junta could not do this not alt er defending the constitution at the cost of nearly a thousand lives said Other members of the new junta are Julio Pospigo 61 a lawyer book publisher and mayor of Santo Domingo in the regime of exiled exPresident Juan Bosch Carlos Grisolia Poloney 51 a provincial gover nor under the deposed govern ment of Donald Reid Cabral Alejandro Zeller Coco 41 an engineer and Col Pedro BBe noit air force officer and hold over from the threeman junta which resigned Friday Imbert 44 did not explain why the military junta resigned but said the new group was ap pointed and sworn in by Su preme Court President Julio Acuello Called Tony Imbert is one of two survivors of the band of plotters who ambushed and 10 killed Generalissimo Rafael Le onidas Trujillo in 1961 His stat Mason City news 1213 Latest markets 12 Comics14 Ptiotofax CROWN DOWN FROWN Crownbearcr Tripp Street along with dignity as he and Beth Barton enter the May Queen ceremonies at a Chatta nooga Tenn high school His pillow bearing the kings crown falls in the right panel The crowd laughed and young Tripp decided hed had enough against them also have been carried over lo the September term Those defendants are Eu gene Thomas 42 and William Orville Eaton 41 both of Bes scmcr Ala The three Klansmcn also ar under federal indictment on civ il rights charges They are fre on bond each on the fed eral indictments and on the firstdegree murder count in Slate Court No trial date ha been set on the federal charges Flowers expressed belief tha even though the jury went horn without a verdict in Wilkiris trial it may serve as a deter rent to Klan members bent o racial violence They know now that there was one FBI undercover agent in their ranks the attorney general continued and there may be others Theyre really going to have to reconnoiter and lake invenlory They wont know who might be an FBI in former and who isnt He referred to the disclosure that the states key witness against the chainsmoking Wilk ins was an admitted FBI plant inside the Kian The witness Gary Thomas Howe Jr identified Wilkins as the one whose bullets killed the Detroit mother of five children as she shuttled civil rights marchers back to Sclma the night of March 25 following the freedom march to Montgom cry She had taken part in the march herself Rowc said he Wilkins Thorn as and Eaton were in the car from which the volley of pisto shots was fired almost at point blank range But although he too had a gun he said he didn use it Clear Lake news 16 Classified pages 1617 is asked by foundation NEW YORK direc tors of the Educational filed suit in Belgian American Foundation have Federal Court al leging that of the foun dations funds were given ille gally to the Herbert Hoover Birthplace Foundation ure as a result of the Trujillo assassination is regarded as significant in the oyalist move to broaden the area for a possi ble agreement with the rebels Imbert a longtime friend of Bosch was instrumental in Boschs overthrow He ascribed to the complaint of Gen Ebas Wcssin y Wessin and other mili tary leaders that Bosch had been too soft on Communists Pospigos present political al liances arc unknown but some Dominican loyalists attending the swearingin ceremony in the heavily guarded National Con gress building said they con sidered Pospigo a militant in Boschs Dominican Revolution ary party This would add to the loyalists search for broad sup The suit seeking recovery of the claimed that the ift in 1962 was recommended nd urged upon the executive ommittce of the BAEF by Ulan Hoover son of the late resident Hoover and Lewis L strauss former chairman of the tomic Energy Commission Strauss is a member of the fi tance committee of the Belgian American Foundation and chair man of the Hoover Birthplace oundation Hoover Strauss the Hoover 5irthplace Foundation and two other members of the Belgian American Foundation were named defendants in the action Bringing suit were George Wickes professor of English lit erature at Harvey Mudd College Clarcmont Calif and Sheldon Judson geology professor at Princeton University Professor Judson said in a let ter to the Belgian American Foundation that he and Wickes do not question the integrity or honor of any person At most we question the judgment of some in transferring from the Belgian American Founds to the Hoover Birthplace Foundation port The leader of the party Josa Francisco Pcna Gomez bitterly denounced the new regime however In a broadcast over rebel radio Santo Domingo Pensa said General Imbert should not risk his prestige in a shady deal against the inter ests of the Dominican people He said that no government could exist without the support of the people Businesses in the city hava slowly reopened this week but operations are far below nor mal The United States i is air lifting 90 tons of food into the DOMINICAN Turn re Page 2 SAME   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication