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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Start vote on amendments to medicare WASHINGTON AP Tne Senate voted Wednesday to al low all persons covered by Social Security the option of retiring at age 60 with monthly payments at twothirds of the rate that would apply at age 65 It accepted by voice voteand with only brief debate an amendment to accomplish this offered by Sen Robert C Byrd DWVa to the Social Security health care bill Byrd said he was primarily interestedin persons in the twilightzone over age who lose their jobs and cannot find new employment Under the jaw now a worker may retire at age 62 with a monthly payment equal to 80 per cent of what would be re ceived at age 65 The Byrdamendment pro vides that if the worker retires at age 60 the payment would be at 66 23 per cent of the full rate A wife entitled to 50 per cent ofher husbands benefit at age 65 now gets 37W per cent of his payment if she elects to retire at age 62 Under the Byrd amendment she would receive only 29 per cent of his payment at age 60 The bill as it came from the House already had provided an age 60 retirement for widows with a reduced benefit Byrd estimated that 35 mil lion persons would be eligible for earlier benefits under his proposal and that 900000 would take advantage of this in the next year He said the estimated initial extra cost would be mil lion a year but that reduced payment figures had been worked out actuarially so there would be no longrun cost to the Social Security system In other words a person re tiring at 60 would receive about the same total sum based on his life expectancy as he would if he had waited until 65 Sen Russell B Long DLa floor manager for the bill ac cepted the amendment How ever he indicated he expected some difficulty in getting the House to go along with the pro posal The main provisions of the bill one of President John sons major legislative propos als would set up health care programs for 19 million Ameri cans 65 or older and boost So cial Security benefits The cost is estimated at billion yearly Most of it would be met by increased Social Se curity taxes paid by workers and employers Long said he expected 15 or 20 amendments wovild be offered to the bill before final action Passage would send it to confer ence with the House which has passed its own version of the measure But Long added there was every reason to believe that fi nal action could come by Fri day SenJohn J Williams RDel senior Republican on the Fi nance Committee which handled the this estimate might be optimistic but Republican would not delay consideration A major amendment is ex pected to come from Sen Carl T Curtis RNeb who plans to try to revise the health plans so as to introduce an income factor in the contribution which individual would make ART OF JUNGLE WARFARE Pantef ig ure on tree with crude drawing of grenade on chest is passed by Allied task force soldiers during search lor the enemy in Viet Conginfested D Zone jungle Wednesday The figure warns nearby farmers and other Viet Cong of the mined and boobytrapped area Ihe Allied task force of Americans Vietna mese and Australians found little life in D Zone except hostile dogs They shot every clog that barked Hughes cagey about future DBS MOINES AP Demo cratic Gov Harold Hughes said Wednesday that he definitely hopes to stay in political life in 19G6 But he added he is not sure what office he will seek He said he is considering run ning for a third term as gover nor or for the US Senate but I havent decided myself yet Reminded that last fall he said he would not seek reelec tion Hughes replied that at the time he said that he might change his mind later I wouldnt be that strong about it now Hughes told newsmen I guess time has mellowed me Hughes said that he probably make a public announce ment on his decision early next year He added that his plans Iowa Falls Gl victim of foul play AMARILLO Tex body of an airman found stuffed in a wall locker at Am arillo Air Force Base was iden tified Wednesday as that of Staff Sgt Robert J Roseke 38 of Iowa Falls Iowa Amarillo authorities said an autopsy showed strangulation was the cause of death Roeske had 18 years of mili tary service and was single He had been stationed at the Amar illo base 1963 The body was discovered Tuesday and a doctor said the airman had been dead from four to seven days Roeske was clothed from the waist down Because of the long fourth o July holiday weekend the ser gcant was not missed immed lately He was with the 3320th Maintenance and Supply Group Thurmond asks probe of Reds in rights groups WASHINGTON AP Sen Strom Thurmond has calle again for a congressional inves tigation of what he termed Com munist penetration of civil right organizations Said the South Carolina Re publican This is a politica sacred cow that unless fully in vestigated objectively is goin to be swallowed up whole by th Communists and their leftwin associates in this country North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly fair through Thurs day Lows Wednesday night in upper 50t north to low 60s Highs Thursday in up per 70s The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 1 WS ICc ft Paper Consists of Two Associated Presi Full Wires No More ines robably would affect decisions f other top Democrats Hughes scored one of the mos psided gubernatorial victorie n Iowa history last fall Sine icn there has been spceulatioi hat he would run against Re ublican Sen Jack Miller in 966 for a seat in the US Sen te Hughes probably would not b hallenged by members of hi wn party in the primary elec ons If the governor decide o seek a third term the party have to come up with andidate for the US Senate owa State University Prof E Smith would be a likely can idate since he made a strong ut unsuccessful bid for that ol ce in 19G2 University of Iowa Athleti Mrector Forest Evashevski al o has been considered a possi le candidate for the Senate or or governor if Hughes decides o try for the Senate Other Democrats mentioned s possible contenders for gov rnor include Lt Gov Robert ulton of Waterloo and State reasurer Paul Franzenburg of Conrad Hughes said he feels a great eal of satisfaction about what as been accomplished since e has been governor He cred ed Iowa voters with bringing about much of the change Asked if he has thought about ccepting a federal appoint ment Hughes replied Ive thought about every hing including being an am bassador But I havent sought a federal appointment and until do there is little possibility hat I will get one Democratic overnors havent been so fre quent in Iowa that they want to remove them Hughes said right now he is spending lilth time considering us political future Im trying o work at my job he safd SAME Egyptian air crash fatal to 30 CAIRO AP A Sovietbuilt Egyptian air force plane with a Russian crashed in the desert near Suez Wednesday killing 30 of the 31 persons aboard a military announce ment said A Russian gunner bailed out safely and walked to the near est military post to report the crash a spokesman said The big Antonov transpor was boundfor Yemen with one Egyptian officer 21 soldiers anc a Soviet crew of nine the spokesman reported plane went down within sight of the main highway across the desert between Cair and Suez Bus passengers arriving a Cairo said military guard sealed off the crash site Wreck age was scattered over a wid area witnesses said and tw engines were the only parts o the plane that could be readily identified They reported th rest was charred and destroyei by flames The surviving gunner report edly had bruises on his face bu refused to be taken to a hospital He asked instead to go to the Soviet Embassy the reports said The embassy said it had no report of the crash 5000 Chinese rounded up by Malaysians KUCHING Malaysia AP Some 5000 Chinese villager were gathered behind barbe wire Wednesday at the start o he Malaysian government Operation Hammer to slam out Chineseled Communist ter rorism in the Borneo state o Sarawak The Chinese were grouped i five guarded relocation centrs along a 10mile stretch of high way south of Kuching Man killed at Fort Madison FORT MADISON Al bert Dean McCracken 68 of Keosauqua died Tuesday in a twocar crash on Highway 2 about six miles west of here Authorities said his car col lided at the crest of a hill with one driven by Donald 0 Pratt 44 of Fort Madison Pratt was hospitalized here Wednesday Both men were alone The ac cident occurred during a rain storm LANA TO HOSPITAL PALM SPRINGS Calif AP Lana Turner was tak en by ambulance to a Palm Springs Calif hospital Tuesday suffering from what a physician termed an allergic reaction Force m Viet soon 60000 SAIGON South Viet Nam If Some 3400 US Marines landed at two points in central Viet Nam Wednesday and a US spokesman announced more would come ashore during the next week to boost American military strength to nearly 60000 men About midway between the two Marine landing points the district capital of Dak in the central high lands 280 miles northeast of Saigon w a s reportec overrun by the Viet Cong Tuesday night and was be lieved still in Communist hands late Wednesday J3 U S spokesman said American adviser with a Ford wants bombing of Red missiVes relief unit wtis wounded when the relief force was ambushed and forced back Marines began coming ashore about 25 B52 bombers 6f the US Strategic Ait Com 2 200 inVVes Vitrbm Guam and dropped about SOUTH VIET NAM AP Photofnx MORE MARINES 3400 US Marines landed at Da Nang air base and the Qui Nhon supply port in South Viet Nam Wednes day Dak midway between LOAD OF LBT BEEF FOR CELEBRATION Mount Carmel 111 Mayor J Roy Dee steps from his truck at the Texas Capitol and is greeted by Texas Secretary of State Crawford Martin white Dee Photofiix and a group had been to President Lyndon B Johnsons LBJ Ranch where they purchased six steers to be barbecued for Mount Garmels 150th anniversary celebration in Oc tober Seeking support for rights bill substitute WASHINGTON Efern colleagues as the House forts to build a Republicanopened debate on the legisla Southern Democratic coalition lion told them the administra in support of a Republican sublion version was vengeful and stitule for the unconstitutional But voting rights bill under he said they could support the way Wednesday in the House The move suffered a setback Tuesday when Rep John V Lindsay RNY GOP candi date for mayor of the city of Now York came out strongly for the administration measure But the coalition got a big push from Rep Howard Smith DVa chairman of the House Rules Committee Smith speaking to his South Republican bill Sec how it lacks the dripping venom that pours from every paragraph and sentence of the administration bill said Smith of the GOP measure It is cosponsorcd by House Republi can Leader Gerald R Ford and Rep William M McCulloch R Ohio senior Republican on the Judiciary Committee McCulloch said his bill was fairer and sounder than the ad Rules out filibuster on remap WASHINGTON AP Sen ate Republican Leader Everett M Dirkscn said Wednesday he doesnt believe a filibuster can halt Senate action on a proposed constitutional amendment on legislative rcapportionment Dirksen said in an interview he hopes to pryout of the Sen ate Judiciary Committee shortly an amendment which would permit the voters in each stale to determine whether one house of their legislature should be elected on other than a popula tion basis Under the Supreme Courts one manone vote decision both houses of state legislatures would have to be apportioned according to population Dirk fen has led an effort to get that ruling by means of a constitutional amendment Dirksen returned to his Senate duties Tuesday after another bout with painful stomach cramps The doctors at Walter Rccd Army Hospital where he stayed for a checkup havent been able to find a thing Dirk sen said No ulcer no organic difficulties no tumors no nouV Ing Theyre at a loss to explain it and so am I A ministration one and added some arguments designed to appeal to Southerners Under the FordMcCulloch ill there will be no carpetbag ger examiners from far away ilaces to perform their impor ant duties in strange surround ings he said He referred to a provision that federal registrars activated under the bill be residents of the state in which they are to serve There is no restriction on the resi dence of such officials in the administration bill McCulloch also said his bill respects state interests in lit eracy qualifications and recog nizes the constitutional rights of a state to enact and maintain its own nondiscriminatory voting qualification laws He said the administrations measure docs not do this The administration bill would automatically suspend literacy tests in seven Southern states tons of bombs on an area in th Communistinfested D Zone jun gle 35 miles northeast of Saigon A US spokesman said n ground assessment of the dam age had been made yet It was the third raid on a E Zone area by the huge eightje bombers US Army paratroopers comb ing another sector of D Zone with a force of Vietnamese am Australian troops got into an in tense halfhour clash with the Viet Cong today about 25 miles northeast of Saigon and were pinned down briefly by machine gun fire A US spokesmanr declined to say if there were any American casualties He said the Viet Cong broke off the attack after iclicopters began strafing the area The operation began Tuesday The combined11 force blew up Viet Cong tunnels and aban doned huts but made only neg ligible contact with the enemy Tuesday US officials reported that American forces during the past week had suffered 81 casualties making it one of the bloodier weeks to dale for the Ameri cans The officials said 18 Amer icans were killed 62 wounded and 1 missing Vietnamese government casu alties for the week were esti mated at 1075 including 265 killed and Viet Cong losses at 976 killed A US spokesman claimed 28 Viet Cong were killed and 280 buildings destroyed by air strikes against Communist posi tions in South Viet Nam Wed nesday Swarming In from US Navy ships in the South China Sea about 2000 Marines landed 10 miles north of the big air base at Da Nang where some 950 leathernecks are already sta tioned Another 1400 were beaching at Qui Nhon 170 miles to the southeast A spokesman saic they would replace 500 Marine who landed there last Thursday on a crash basis and the small cr force would return to the 7th Fleet Qui Nhon is a supply port o the campaign against guerrillas in the central highlands The US spokesman said the new arrivals would be depoye along the strategic coastal strip Alabama Georgia Mississippi North Louisiana Carolina South Carolina and Virginia where less than 50 per cent of the adult population voted or was registered last November Federal examiners could then be sent in to register qualified Negroes to beefup forces already there Marine units now are stationcc at Da Nang takeoff point fo many of the air strikes agains Communist North Viet Nam in he HuePhu Bai area at Chu Lai and at Qui Nhon Viet Cong guerrillas slipped through the heavy Marine guarc surrounding Da Nang last week killed one American and do stroyed three US Air Fore planes WASHINGTON Ho us Republican Leader Gerald 1 Ford of Michigan said Wcdncs day the United States shoul bomb Russianbuilt missil sites in North Viet Nam The bases Ford said in an in terview with Mutual Broadcas ing System are a threat to th security of American forces i Viet Nam There arc therefore signif cant military targets whic should be bombed by our U S forces that arc in Viet Nam ic said This can be done and shoulc e done at the present time And it is possible to do i without bombing or destroying nonmilitary targets The antiaircraft missile site are being prepared near North Viet Nams capital and its chief ort Any decision on whether the United States should Iry to nock them out would be up to resident Johnson sources said Fatal crash on crossing at Woolstock WOOLSTOCK A eartrain rash one mile west of this nVright County town Wednesday tilled an Eagle Grove man and critically injured his wife and son Killed when the car in which ic was riding collided with a Chicago and North Western rcight train was Michael Mick elson 74 Authorities said his wife Dor othy 39 was driving She and a son Denny 15 were taken to DCS Moines in critical condition with head injuries The accident occurred at a crossing on Highway 323 Picasso iaiis in try to have book seized PARIS Paris cour las decided against a y Pablo Picasso to seize the look Vivrc Avec Picasso To Live with Picasso written by lis former mistress Francoisc Mlot Picasso complained the book made him out to be cruel anc indicated he liked no one bu himself North Iowa news Editorials Society news 891 Sports 130 Mason City Ul Latest markets 1 Clear Lake news r j P overrun hy Corig T lies lay night B52 bombers from Guam dropped 500 tons of bombs on an area of the Viet Conginfested D Zone northeast of Saigon 38 per cent of population in 25 cities DBS MOINES malcly 38 per cent of Iowas jopulalion is centered in the 25 itics of 10000 or more pcr ons The State Health Depart nents division of vital statis ics reporting this Wednesday stirnatcd Iowas population at 775000 as of July 1 itcst date for which figures rerc available The 25 cities had an estimated opulation of I080fi50 The I960 federal census set ovvas population at 2757537 DCS Moines and Cedar Rapids cmaincd as the states No 1 nd 2 population centers re pcctively The Health Depart ments latest population esti mate for DCS Moines was 212 50 as compared to 208982 by ie US Census Bureau in I960 Cedar Rapids latest popula on was estimated at 97000 by ic state In 19CO it was 92035 As of July i a year ago eparlmcnt put Polk Countys opulation at 209900 Linns at 44050 Black Hawks at 126400 colts at 122600 and Wood mrys at 107700 The July l 1964 population es imatcs for the other 25 ciliei CITIES Turn to Page 2 Sharett Zionist leader is dead JERUSALEM Israel Sector Sharctt 71 one of he Xionist leaders who helped ound the State of Israel in 1948 lied Wednesday of cancer Sharctt was prime minister rom 1953 to 1955 and was for eign minister from 1948 until 956 holding both posts for a imc He was a leader of tho abor movement in Israel Me is survived by his widow wo sons and a daughter SPORTS BULLETIN SOUTHPORT England Defending champion Tony Lema fired 5underpar M to take the first round lead In the British Amateur Wednes day This was a course rec ord andput him stroke in front of Irelands Christy OConnor   

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