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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1965, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY II IMS 10c Consliti of Two AuocUted roll Wiru No Ill Will use more force New rioting in Ecuador cities QUITO Ecuador AP Demonstrations against Ecua dors ruling military junta flared anew Monday night in Quito and Guayaquil At least one person was reported killed and a number wounded in clash es between rioters and police Police used tear gas to quell demonstrators in Quito the cap ital and Guayaquil the nations biggest city where student la bor and political organizations have been trying to force the junta to hold national elections Troops were called out last Friday to deal with demonstra tors in the two cities Junta SecretaryGeneral Her nan Donoso said one policeman was killed Monday night and four wounded in street fighting y Arnolds Park taverns warned ARNOLDS PARK ern operators have been warned to stop drinking on duty not to serve drunks and to prohibit overcrowding if they want to keep their beer and liquor 11 warnings were issued censes The Monday night by v Mayor Ben Saunders after a public meeting and a 100minute closed meet ing with the City Council The meeting was called to discuss ways to prevent future troubles such as the riots which took placehere during the Fourth of holiday week The council gave Saunders and Police Chief Milo Lenz au thority to close any tavern at any time if they thought it nec essary to prevent trouble Saunders said that tavern owners were placed on proba tion for the rest of the vacation season and will lose their li censes if they violate state law or local ordinances and do not comply with regulations agreed upon by the council In addition to the ban against drinking by operators and em ployes Saunders said that spec ial officers hired by the tavern in Quito Student sources said one of their group received a bullet wound in the Authorities said a number of students were arrested includ ing student leader Artemidoro Zevallos The students began demonstrating after a meeting of their federation One student carried a poster reading We are the soldiers down with the generals Rioters in Guayaquil tied up traffic and caused audiences to abandon theaters and movie houses A number of persons were wounded before police restored order An unconfirmed report said one person died of injuries University students in Guaya quil declared a 24hour striketo back up their demands lor na tional elections Former Presidents Galo Pla za and Andres F Cordova con ferred with the junta on ways to end the political crisis LBJ also tells arms talk plan A third expresident Camilo Ponce arrested during a dem onstration Friday was set free Monday night the junta an nounced The fourman military junta ook overi in July 1963 after throwing out President Carlo Photofax LEGION Germanys Chancellor Ludwig Erliard wears an American Legion Department of France cap and the Legions Gold Peace Medal in Bonn Tuesday The cap and medal were presented at ceremony conducted by the Legions Eu ropean commander Medal was for his contributions to he cause of world peace WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson said Tuesday U S forces will be engaging in more active combat in South Viet Nam and new and serious decisions on the war may be necessary in the near future Johnson left open the possibil ity of calling up military re serves and increasing draft quot as as the conflict expands He said the Communists have in creased their aggression against the south The President also announced at a news conference that the Soviet Union had accepted a US proposal to resume disarm ament talks in a 17nation con ference at Geneva by July 27 He called this encouraging Of gen eral relations with the Soviet Union which have been hit by the Vietnamese war the Presi dent said Wed like to improve rela tions any way we can He also gave what appeared to be a deliberately casual en GASOLINE POWERED Mike Snyder 17 charges a lanky Hereford bull down alley at Fort Worth Tex stockyards Motorcycles Photofax such as the one Snyder is astride have replaced horses at the stock yards in order to speed up move ment of cattle Five Marines die in Da Nang battle By PETER ARNETT SAIGON South Viet Nam AP Five US Marines were killed and 17 wounded in two bloody engagements near the key US air base at Da Nang a US military spokesman report ed Tuesday He said 22 Viet Cong were killed in one action Mon day and unconfirmed reports said 26 guerrillas died under Marine fire in the second In the biggest of the two Marine actions Monday Leath Innocent plea to murder COUNCIL BLUFFS AP Roger Oliver Darnell 25Coun cil Bluffs father of two children pleaded innocent of first degree murder Tuesday in the July slaying of a pretty teenaged girl Darnell employed as a ship ping clerk at a drug company was arraigned before Distric Court Judge Folsom Everest County Attorney Frederick J Kraschel said no date was se for trial Darnell told the court he had no funds and two attor neys were appointed to defen him Darnell is accused in th death of Kathleen Rose Hastert 17 who was graduated from high school last spring North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloud j ness and cooler with showers and thunderstorms Tuesday night lows in the 40s Wednesday mostly fair and a little cool er highs in low to mid Weather Details on Page 2 rnecks on a sweep operation nly three miles southwest of a Nang ran into a determined iet Cong band The spokesman said two Ma ine F4B Phantoms supported ic foot soldiers as they pushed irough rice paddies and ham ets where a Viet Cong force of bout 200 had been reported ear er Communist marksmen killed our Marines and wounded 14 thers in this fighting the pokesman said The Marine laim of 22 dead Viet Cong in luded six hit by rocket fire rom the Phantoms the spokes nan reported In the second action a Marine econnaissance company sent to ielp an embattled government lutpost 11 miles south of Da College proposal doesnt satisfy rights advocates PHILADELPHIA tees of Girard College hav agreed to a new court test o he institutions allwhite policy sut the move apparently ha failed to pacify civil rights ad herents Urged by Gov William W Scranton at a meeting her Monday the trustees said the would put up to the courts th validity of the clause in the will of Stephen Girard limiting th student body of the school h founded to poor white mal orphans But even as the trustees spoke Cecil Moore president of the lo cal chapter of the National tAs sociation for the Advancemen of Colored People said picke ing at the college is going I get bigger before it gets smal er ang was caught in a bloody refight with a Viet Cong force f about one company The spokesman said one Ma ne was killed and three were ounded as the Leathernecks rove off the attackers Viet amese militiamen holding the utpost suffered no casualties In other ground action report d Tuesday 23 Viet Cong were laimed killed during a fight ith militiamen 220 miles north ast of Saigon in Phu Yen Prov nce Four government troops ere killed and four wounded In Thua Thien Province two Clumsy robber killed DALLAS Tex lanky gunman with an embarrassed grin and quick trigger finger met death Monday after shoot ing two guards in a bungled at tempt to rob the downtown Tex as Bank Trust Co The robber identified by po lice Capt Will Fritz as Cecil Francis Abbey 38 of Eugene Ore was shot inthe head after forcing his way to tfle door oi the main vault in the basement Guards W A Johnson 50 and George Cox 64 both retired Dallas policemen were in criti cal condition at Baylor Hospital Each was shot twice in the chest Police said the wouldbe ban dit a former mental patient in Oregon broke every rule for a successful bank robbery First he alerted everybody in the place by shooting a guard without apparent provocation Then he ambled across the lob by and asked a group of em also shall be prohibited from drinking v The council decided not to suspend any licenses Saunders said because all in some way or another have violated laws or ordinances and it would not be fair to single out certain operators Sheriff Bob Baker had recom mended Sunday that the licenses of the Peacock Inn the Big Deal and the Parkview Lounge be suspended The names of those taverns were listed as sponsors on a circular distributed during the holiday urging visitors to drive to a nearby Minnesota town for live entertainment and booze galore on Sunday when sale of beer and liquor is illegal in Iowa Vietnamese army battalions and militia force reported 19 Viet Cong killed in an operation that nded Monday The fighting 385 miles northeast of Saigon was lot far from Marine positions at he Phu Bai airport near Hue American planes continued to hammer North Viet Nam and in he largest raid eight Air Force FlOSsdumped 21 tons of 750 xnind bombs into part of the Son La army depot 125 miles west northwest of Hanoi Pilots reported 90 per cent destruction in the target zone which apparently was only a portion of the depot Four F105 Thunderchiefs hit a ferry complex 70 miles west of Hanoi cratering the eastern approach to the river ferry and destroying a wooden bridge the pilots reported Spokesmen said two Navy A6 Intruders cratered approaches to two bridges 220 miles south of Hanoi Four Air Force FlOSs dropped a half million propaganda leaf lets over Minh Binh a major town 55 miles south of Hanoi the spokesmen said The landing of 2900 men of the US 1st Infantry Division in South Viet Nam has been de layed until Wednesday military officials reported Arosemena because his drinkin had become a public scandal Beatle no beagle LEXINGTON Ky AP If you dont get those bangs cut Im going to get you a dog license Dr Ben F Lew is told his son Stephen 15 The boy didnt His father did The license issued Monday by the Fayette County dog warden lists the breed as American Beatle and the markings as b o y with bangs dorsement to the present mis sion to Moscow of Ambassador atLarge Averell Harriman Ha said it was a personal trip and he had not sent Harriman but I approve heartily Harrimani meeting with any Soviet people who may wish to see him In speaking of possible heavier involvement of US forces in the fighting in Viet Nam Johnson said increased aggression may require an increased American response on the ground Johnson said US forces will defend their own bases and they will be available for mora active combat whenever US field commanders decide it necessary It is quite possible that new and serious decisions will ba necessary in the near future Johnson said The President volunteered these observations on the Viet namese situation at the outset of his meeting with reporters He said Gen William C Westmoreland US troops com mander in South Viet Nam al ready has authority to use Amer ican forces in the ways that he considers most effective Johnson reported that Secre tary of Defense Robert S Mc INamara and ambassadordesig inate Henry Cabot Lodge will Ueave for Viet Nam Wednesday NASHUA Kenneth Their trip had previously 46 was killed Monday nightlbeen announced AP The Frenchlwhen an emery wheel French working on better Abomb for missile use Mishap at work Atomic Eme r gy Commissionlgrated and pierced his says has begun a more efficient atomic bomb Sheriff Galen Folkers iPfMen iTtey retvror sai for use as a warhead for misthat Fuller had taken the moto siles from a commercial floor polish A report Monday night said er and rigged it with a fiveinc researchers concentrated last emery wheel in his home work year on developing a warhead shop for ground to ground missiles When Fuller started the mo designed to serve as the intertor the sheriff said the speec mediary between atomic bombs was so fast that the wheel dis carried by Mirage IV jet fightintegrated and one piece struck erbombers and the Polaristype him in the chest and penetrated missiles planned for French the heart Another piece ripped through submarines TO STUDY BILL Jthe side of the building Fuller lived here with his WASHINGTON Senmother Mrs Esther Fuller ateHouse conference will begin Funeral arrangements are work Wednesday on the Social pending at Chenoweth Sc Son Securityhealth care bill I Funeral Home here ployes Is everybody happy After demanding to taken to the vault he passed through a series of locked doors that would have blocked escape At the vault he shot the second guard again without provoca tion instead of disarming him and obtaining money Seemingly unfamiliar with the pistol he carried he twice stopped to examine the weapon The second stop gave the wounded Cox opportunity to pull bis gun and shoot the bank rob ber in the head Saunders said that during the holiday some taverns were so full waitresses couldnt even walk around in them He also said that motels in the area were overcrowded Saunders and County Attorney Jack Bedell said that reports of the incidents were exaggerated by news media outside the area But Bedell said taverns must observe closing hours and other laws if they wanted to keep their licenses Saunders said the council had talked with Gene Needles law enforcement director for the Li quor Control Commission by telephone and he indicated the commission was satisfied with the action taken by the council During the holiday weekend two officers were injured and about 140 youths were arrested and fined about after two riots NEWSMAN DIES CHICAGO Rue 72 veteran foreign correspond ent in charge of the Chicago Tribune Press Service in Ger many died Tuesday of a heart attack at Bad Godesburg a sub urb of Bonn Germany SAME Plan ceremony with Hoover stamp issuance WEST BRANCH ard J Murphy assistant post master general will be here Aug 10 to help dedicate a com memorativg stamp honoring former President Herbert Hoov er who was born in Wes Branch Aug 10 is the 91st anniversary of Hoovers birth He died las fall and was buried here Donald Johnson of Wes Branch national commander o the American Legion will als attend the ceremonies ENGINEER DIES WEST GRAY Maine AP George L Freeman Sr M prominent consultant enginee who designed most of the con struction for the 1939 World Fair in New York died Mon day Freeman also helped de sign some of the most famou bridges in the nation be carefully considered along with those of Westmoreland and retiring Ambassador Maxwell D Taylor McNamara and Lodge will concern themselves the presi dent said with both the military and economic situations John son said he got a report recent ly on that area from Eugene R Black former head of the World Bank Johnson leftwide open the possibility that he may decide o call up military reservists and increase draft calls because f increasing demands for man xwer in the Vietnamese con flict When he was asked whether he rould take such actions he said o decisions have been mada nd that we will be in better osition to act on matters of hat sort after the McNamara odge survey trip In the Dominican Republic ohnson went on Ambassador llsworth Bunker and his col agues are continuing their ef jrts to find a peaceable and rompt solution to the problems icre Johnson also announced a umber of selections for high osts among them Thurgood Marshall to be So citor General of the United tates replacing Archibald Cox he latter he said is returning o Massachusetts Marshall is a Negro jurist e former chief counsel of the National Association for Ad ancement of Colored People Leonard Marks to be new ead of the US Information tgency Marks is a member ot tie board of directors of the Communications Satellite Corp Phillips Talbot to be Am assador to Greece Johnson aid Raymond Hare now Am jassador to Turkey will suc ceed Talbot as Assistant Secre ary of State Mrs Penelope Harland Thunberg of Maryland to the JOHNSON Please turn to Page 2 Inside The Globe HEAD START program expanded in Mason City Page 20 FRIENDLY A Louisiana state trooper walks along with a group of small Negro children during a civil rights march in Boga lusa The troopers armed with sub Photofax machine guns and shotguns walked with about 350 Negroes into the Bogalusa business district There were no incidents during the civil rights demonstration 4 1011 1415U 17 Editorials Sports Society news North Iowa Comics It news If Mason City news JH1 Clear Lake news 14
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