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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Bo EDITORS NOTEFifteen years Friday a North Ko rean crossed the 31th Parallel and touched off Hit Korean War Before It was over three years later 34000 Americans were killed and 103000 wounded I n the fol lowing exclusive interview Geni Mark Clark who signed The truce that ended the fight ing discusses what that war taught him about the present Viet Nam conflict re vent a Korea in et By SEYMOUR M HER5H CHICAGO AP Gen Mark Clark who led the United Na tions forces in Korea said Wed nesday that the must continue to bomb North Viet Nam or face another Ko rea The country must realize Clark said that the way to win is to hit hard and use all our Air Force and naval aviation pow ers He added The great lesson 1 V learned in the Korean War was thatwe must not fight the Com munists in a manpower war Even itwe wanted to we wouldnt sacrifice our men the way theyre willing to sacrifice theirs he said I wasntwill ing to tradeone dead American for a thousand Chinese in Ko rea The general who was in Chi cago fora speaking engagement expressed his views in an exclu sive interview with The Asso ciated Press Although Clark emphasized he supports the actions of the John son administration thusfar he cautioned I hear indications that were reluctant to use sea or air pow er to their full extent I dont know if its true or not but if were willing to engage in a manpower war I just feel we cant win Many sources have been high ly critical of the air raids which the sources say have done little to improve the bargaining posi tion of the United States Told of those opinions Clark said emphatically Dont think they the Viet Cong wouldnt be in a much strongerposition if they werent being smacked I feel that these attacks are doing a lot of dam age to them and the more remu nerative targets1 we pick out the better off well be Here are some questions put to Gen Clark and his answers Q Is the United States doing the right thing by bombing North Viet Nam A When I was asked to sign the Korean armistice it was accompanied by a declaration that if there should be any fur ther aggression of its kind it would not be fought on a limited basis In other words pur hands were not going to be tied As I recall if aggression came we would not limit the war in any given area but would hit the enemy in places where he re served his power and the strength to attack us Ive had lots of experience with communism and I know they respect force and stop look and listen when they see it But when they find weakness they exploit it and despise it Q After the Korean War there was talk of the great con trol that Washington had over troop movement and attacks CLARK Please Turn to Page 2 GEN MARK CLARK Advocates bombing To p n ACCIDENT The car of Albert loiprson Osage rests off Highway 105 near Car ole When the struck a Ksht Carpenter crash fatal to Osage man OSAGE Albert L Torger son 57 Osage died Tuesday afternoon in an accident two miles east of Carpenter on a curve on Highway 105 He was driving northwest anc his car went out of control into a ditch anc hit a light pole alone Sheriff Richard Jancl said death was caused by Ask briefs in appeal of remap DES MOINES AP The Iowa Supreme Court Wednes day agreed to hear as soon as is reasonable the appeal of a case in which the temporary ap portionment of the Iowa Legis lature is being challenged Chief Justice Theodore Gar field asked that the plaintiffs brief be submitted as soon as it can be prepared by attorney David Belin of Des Moines and said the attorney generalsof fice then will have 20 days in which to file its brief The court then will fix the time for hearing the appeal Justice Garfield said We will try to hear the appeal prompt ly The decision was made after Justices Garfield C Edwin Moore and Bruce Sncll held a hearing in which Belin asked that only five days be allowed for preparation of briefs Belin represents Mrs David Kruidenier of Des Moines and state Sen Robert Rigler R Ncw Hampton and others who contend the temporary appor tionment of the legislature now in effect and the plan approved by the 1365 legislature should be thrown out because they do not allow subdistricting of counties The challenge was dismissed last Friday by Polk County Dis trict Court Judge Harry Per kins who upheld the contention of Asst Atty Gen Timothy Mc Carthy that the state should not take jurisdiction while the same subject matter is before the fed eral courts McCarthy told the panel of thise Iowa Supreme Court judges that his office already has asked for a ruling on wheth er the 1965 reapportionment plan meets the guidelines set down by US District Court which ordered that the legisla ture be rcnpportioned head injuries and was instan taneous Torgerson was born Aug 5 1907 at Glenville Minn He was married lo Eva DeMaris She died two years ago He moved to Osage from Manly about six years ago and was a farmer Surviving are three son Gary Osage Richard Mason City George with the Air Force in Roanoke Rapids NC a daugh ter Mrs Vern Terry Clausen Mason City 12 grandchildren three sisters Mrs Helmar Hove Northwood Mrs Clarence Har oldson and Mrs Frank Vanek both of Glenville Minn A brother and a sister preceded him in death Funeral services are pending at the Champion Funeral Home in Osage The Rev Obert Hoven will officiate Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery at Lyle Minn Pliotofax A MOTHERS KISS nuts the new giraffe was born Tuesday at the Swope Park zoo in Kansas City and was only four hours old when this his first portrait was taken The tall young ster had a little trouble with his long legs but mama was there to steady him with a loving nudge Asks opinion on wide truck bill DES MOINES at torney generals office has been asked to rule on the constitu ionalily of a bill awaiting Gov Harold Hughes signature The bill would relax the legal restrictions on the size of trucks using Iowa highways The Iowa Good Roads Associ ation has asked Hughes to veto thpbill The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1965 UOc Paper Consists of Two One Associated Full Lease Wires No 115 Algiers parley is Bomb north of Hanoi again SAIGON Viet Nam iff U S Air Force planes hammered North Viet Nams Son La military complex Wednesday for the third time in six clays A spokesman aicl they destroyed 50 buildings and damaged 43 Farther south the spokesman said a US jet pilot bailed out of his burning fighterbomber and para chuted onto Communist soil but was plucked back safe and sound within two hours The downed pilot was with a team of four F105 Thunderchiefs on a road reconnaissance mission along Route 15 when his plane was hit by ground fire ac cording to the The plane broke up in the air before hitting the ground the spokesman said Down at pm the pilo was rescued a few minutes aft er 4 pm The spokesman dis closed no further details The spokesman said 37 planes staged the raid on the Son La complex HO miles west north west of Hanoi and 80 miles from Bed Chinas frontier The first raid on Son La wel north of the 21st Parallel was ast Friday It passed with lit le notice because of a dramatic operation in South Viet Nam he bombardment of a Viel jungle by B52 jet bombers from Guam The sec ond Son La raid was Tuesday The new attack was reported to have lasted only five min ites The spokesman said anti aircraft fire was heavy but all planes returned safely Four Navy planes attacked underground oil storage tanks about 130 miles south of Hanoi and pilots claimed 80 per cent destruction of their targets On the ground South Vietna mese forces attacked Viet Cong in Thua Thein Prov nce north of Da Nang for the bird straight day A US Army pokesman said 54 Communists have been killed and 15 cap ured so far in the search and lestroy The Vietnamese claimed they illed 50 Reds in another ion in the Binh Son district of Qiiang Ngai Province about 340 niles northeast of Saigon US pokesmen said an American nlisted man and two US Army fficers were wounded slightly Four Skyraiders escorted four Skyhawks on the raid against he petroleum depot The pilots aid they also knocked out a ruck parking region and stor age buildings about 140 miles outh of the North Vietnamese ipita and damaged a wooden bridge in the area The pilots said they ran into ight Communist groundfire but aw no hostile planes Twelve US Skyhawks lombcd Moc Chau military bar acks west of Hanoi and 125 niles south of the Red Chinese lorder The pilots reported 10 cr cent destruction US planes it the same target Monday laiming 25 per cent destruction hen At the 21nation conference of lommonwealth chiefs in Lon on efforts continued on the idelines to avert the collapse of he Commonwealth peace mis ion for Viet Nam Asian and African leaders onferred privately with Red Chinese diplomats attempting o persuade Peking to reconsid r its public denunciation of the peace effort headed by British rimc Minister Harold Wilson The Chinese have labeled the mission a fraudulent tool of the United States The fournation mission is PHILADELPHIA AP Trucks guarded by policemen in bright red patrol cars rolled out of Philadelphias sprawling food distribution center and other terminals Wednesday as a wild cat strike by Teamsters Local 107 continued Truck traffic was reduced in he Philadelphia and Wilming ton Del area and perishables and produce wilted and ered at some points But Phila delphias Mayor James H J Tate declared the emergency is now under control We will protect the trucks and anyone breaking the law will be arrest 2d Local 107 members protest ng the firing of four members by Roadway Express Inc June Sfer started the wildcat walkout f Monday They have halted vir tually all trucks telling the drivers to uncouple their rigs An escort for trucks in Phillie seeking hearings in Washington Moscow Peking Hanoi and Sai gon or park their trucks and go iome Between 40 and 50 men were arrested Tuesday for interfering with traffic or for vandalism to rucks Judge Leo Wcinrott whose njunction against the wildcat walkout was not obeyed or dcred 17 unidn officials busi ness managers and trustees be fore him Wednesday to face pos sible contempt charges I cant believe that this dis regard of the law is actually happening in the United States of America Judge Weinrott said After the judges injunction Monday Local 107 leaders told lie drivers to go back to work he members voted that night o continue the walkout From Vashington Teamsters Presi dent James R Hoffa directed lie strikers to get back to driv ng Rebels accept bid for peace SANTO DOMINGO Domini can Republic rebel egime accepted with minor hangcs Wednesday a proposal ay the Organization of Amer can State to settle the Domin cah conflict The rebels agreed to the creation of a provisional gov ernment and general elections within six to nine months points in the plan of the OAS peace committee to end the nineweekold rebellion There was no immediate word from the rival civilianmilitary junta as to when It would reply to Uie OAS proposal DIRTYFACED HAS A Allen years old Miami Fla plays on a dirt pilein front of a billboard advocating letting the boy skip his bath tonight It is certain boys are in favor of fewer baths but we wonder if mothers will change their ways Plan antibug pill Mosquitoes would avoid you like a plague By ALTON BLAKESLEE AP Science Writer NEW YORK AP Some summer you may swallow a harmless pill to make mos quitoes and other biting bugs avoid you like a plague The antibug pill hasnt ar rived yet But scientists are actively trying to find one with some hopes of success The pill would do something to your skin so a mosquito tick chigger or other pest would scram away You would remain as socially acceptable as ever to other people to dogs and cats and canaries This quest for an antibug drug and better usual ways of repelling insects were de scribed Wednesday lo the Amer ican Medical Association by a group of physicians and scien tists They are mainly interested in preventing bugs from passing diseases on to humans such as US soldiers serving in tropi cal lands but any progress benefit picnick ers bathers gardeners and summertime porch sitters Now we can envision a pill that would repel mosquitoes and other insects said Dr Jacques L Sherman of New York de scribing research begun in 1062 under the US Armys Research and Development Command Among major reasons for hope he and others said arc A pill is known that clears up fungus diseases like athletes foot by acting through the skin Some people naturally are more bugproof than others mosquitoes usually avoid them and scientists have some clues as to why this is so SAME DATE1W4M7 A fair amount of knowledge has been found as to what seems to attract or repel blood sucking insects how they are governed in choosing their tar gets A few bug repellents do a fair job of making a mosquito go elsewhere Detailed research is going on to find why these work and o turn up better ones One trouble with usual repellents is that they dont last long they rub off are oily or smelly or have other disadvantages A joint program of the Uni versity of California and Stan ford Research Institute has proved what many people gen erally have thought of us are pretty unattractive to mosquitoes said Dr Howard I Maibach of San Francisco Natural substances from poo pie that attract or repel bugs have been collected tested for their effect and are being chemically isolated he said Prom this could come potent repellent defenses Bliss fires aide after desk rifling WASHINGTON Repub lican National Chairman Ray C Bliss fired his top assistant Wednesday after the partys finance director accused the aide of breaking open his desk I have today asked for and received effective im mediately the resignation of my administrative assistant Mr William Cody Kelly Bliss said Bliss said he acted because of a complaint by finance di rector Frank J Kovac relat ing to an incident regarding Mr Kovacs desk I had no knowledge of this incident until it was brought to my attention by Mr Kovac the party chairman added Kovac accused Kelly and three other aides to Bliss of forcible entry into my locked desk He called it in a letter to Bliss a Gestapolike ap proach to the administration of the Republican National Committee Thee days after his com plaint Kovac charged his desk drawer was refinished after be had left bis office for the evening Scars on the wood were covered Kovac said he was not blam ing Bliss This was a fishing expedi tion Kovac told a reporter Just what they were looking for I dont think they knew themselves Hold off boycott AMA body urges NEW YORK WVA high level committee of the American Medical Association urged Wed nesday that organized medicine lold off on moves to boycott medical care for the aged fi nanced through Social Security After long deliberation the committee considering a batch of resolutions urging boycott recommended to the AMAs egislative body That when he fate of the pending medi care legislation is determined bis house will review in spe cial session if necessary the effect of the law and take what ever action is deemed neccs ary The committee in urging this substitute for the controversial resolutions seemed to be lead ng the house of delegates of he AMA into a floor fight on he matter QUEEN TO TORONTO LONDON Moth er Elizabeth left by plane Wed nesday for Toronto where she vill spend five days in connec ion with golden jubilee ceremo nies of the Toronto Scottish Reg ment ir EXPECT federal aid for migrant worker program Page 21 Editorials4 Society news 47 North Iowa news 1415 1778 Mason City news 2021 Latest markets 20 Clear Lake news 2223 Comics Clarified paget 30Jl Regime awaits protests Ministers to meet Thursday ALGIERS d Foreign ministers of the African Asian world converged on Algiers Wednesday as Col iouari Boumediennes new military regime braced for new waves of demonstra ions in support of ousted President Ahmed Ben Bella The foreign ministers were scheduled to meet in the Algeri an National Assembly Thurs day Originally their chief task was to decide whether the So viet Union and Malaysia should be invited to the second African Asian summit conference sched uled June 29 With supporters of Ben Bella aking to the streets every night the ministers now will have to decide whether the sum mit meeting should be held at his time African and Asian prime min sters attending the London Commonwealth conference al ready have suggested that the summit meeting be postponed President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania and Prime Minister Castings Banda of Malawi said they would not attend The Jap anese government was reported planning to send a secondrank delegation Japanese Foreign Minister Etsusaburo Shiina canceled plans to attend Thurs days meeting and ordered two of his ambassadors to represent rim Boumedienne fearful of los ng face sent emissaries to Lon don and leading capitals of Asia and Africa in an effort to per suade leaders to come to Al ters on schedule With only six days to go be ore the scheduled summit meeting the nightly riots in creased in violence Several jersons were reported injured n clashes with troops and riot police Tuesday night The crowds brandished ban ners with portraits of Ben Bella and proBen Bella slogans Several hundred youths roamed the streets shouting live Ben Bella and Boumedienne assassin One diplomatic source esti nated that up to 400 persons lad been arrested in all parts of he country since the coup Sat irday not including countless youths picked up during tho riots The government claimed only six persons were olitical offenses including 3en Bella and two of his top ieutenants former National Assembly President Hadj Ben Allah and former Health Minis er Mohamed Seghir Nekkache ETNA BELCHES CATANIA Sicily AP Mt 5tna belched fumes and ashes Wednesday Officials at the vol canology center here said thera vas no danger to villages on he volcanos slopes North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair through Thursday Cooler Wednesday night lows in upper temperature change Thursday 7542 XWeather Details a   

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