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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes a North lowans neighbor Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY is ws UOc CoruUU Two AuoeUtod PMM run Lean Flvh No 133 son By COLIN FROST LONDON A in death Adlai Ewing Stevenson started the journey home Thursday back to Washington where the highest gift of the American peo ple eluded him thenon to Illi nois for burial in the state that elected him governor Accompanying the body of the fallen statesman were Vice Pres ident Hubert Humphrey Steven sons three sons and a party o US officials The eloquent spokesman for US policy as ambassador to th United Nations since 1961 and the unsuccessful Demo cratic candidate for president Stevenson collapsed and diec outside the US Embassy Wednesday The embassy saic Hughes hits election plan DES MOINES pro posal that the Democratic party endorse candidates in Iowa pri elections was sharply crit icized Thursday by Gov Harold Hughes The governor said he thinks such an endorsement would take selection of nominees away from the people A man like myself would never have arisen in party pol itics under a system in which the State Central Committee en dorses candidates Hughes said The governor made the com ments to newsmen when ques tioned about portions of a pro posed party constitution ap proved Wednesday by the Dem ocratic State Central Committee Hughes said that if the com mittee endorses candidates it would provide them with finan cial aid and other assistance that would make it nearly im possible for an unendorsed can didate to win a Democratic nom ination I think this would be a mis take Hughes said It would take the nominations away from the rank and file and put them in the so called smoke fillec rooms Hughes said he talked with committee members Wednesday and told them as eloquently as I was able that this was not in the best interests of the Demo cratic party and the people of Iowa He said he later telephoned the committee and said he would oppose the proposal in public and at the next state con vention when the proposed con stitution would be adopted Hughes said the proposal as he understands it provides tha candidates endorsed at a party convention would then have to 1 HUGHES Please turn to Page 2 Photofax LOCKUP RELEASE James M Braziel of Columbia SC holds a bag of money he used to post bond for around 45 persons Tuesday and Wed nesday at Columbia jail Braziel posted approxi mately Sl450 to free his fellow cellmates Ive never seen this place so empty remarked an em ploye of the jail he had suffered a heart attack He was 65 The coffin was removed from 5 a catafalque at the US Embas sy for the trip to the airport where President Johnsons per sonal plane was waiting Humphrey Stevensons sons and the US delegation had ar rived in Johnsons plane three hours earlier Stevensons flagdraped coffin was placed in the central hall of the embassy on Grosvenor Square Thursday morning watched over by an honor guard of two American and two British servicemen President Johnson sentHunv phrey in the presidential plane to take the body to Washington Thursday night Memorial services will be icld at Washingtons National Cathedral at 10 a m Iowa ime Friday Saturday and Sun day the body will lie in state n the Illinois Capitol at Spring field Burial will be afBloom ington 111 Monday After the Washington service he body will be flown to Spring iield 111 to lie in state It was here Stevenson served as gov ernor of Illinois from 1948 until 1952 On Sunday the body will be aken to Bloomington III vhere the statesman grew up Funeral services and burial in he family plot will take place Monday A memorial service also has been scheduled for 2 p m Mon day at the U N General As sembly where Stevenson had served for so long as Americas spokesman The President has asked Secretary of State Dean Rusk to speak there in behalf of the U S government Photofax STEVENSON The American flag flying over the North Portico at the White House is at half staff following the death of UN Ambassador Adlai Stevenson in London President Johnson ordered US flags at half Staff at all governmentinstal lations and buildings and on all naval ships at home and abroad until after Jhe Steven son funeral Speculate on new UN appointment POCUS on North Iowa By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Politi cians speculated Thursday that President Johnson may want to choose an American with world tandin gto succeed Adlai E itevenson as chief of the US delegation to the United Na ions Administration officials said hat so far no consideration has een given to naming a succes sor for Stevenson who died Wednesday in London But it vas expected that Johnson might wish to fill the position oon after the ambassadors uneral because of the pressure 3f coming events at the United Nations Francis T P Plimpton No 2 man in the US delegation will ake over Stevensons duties emporarily until a successor is amed Johnsons comparison Wednes day of Stevenson with Lincoln in lis accomplishments was inter preted as indicating the Presi dent looks upon the UN assign ment as one of the most impor ant in shaping world opinion Although the field of possible uccessors is wide the number f Americans who might rank vith Stevenson in world recog ition is not too large For this reason there was ome speculation that the Presi ent might want Secretary of State Dean Rusk to transfer to the UN post Undersecretary of State George W Ball is another who has had wide contact with top ranking diplomats and heads of other states as has ambassador at large Llewellyn E Thompson Jr Some talk centered on Ralph Bunche who has long represent ed this country in UN postsand is one of the first Negroes to rise to such high rank in US diplo macy At present he is under secretary of the UN Those who thought the Presi dent would be likely to pick a knowledgeable diplomat who officers Wednesday was a close personal friend men tioned the name of Thomas C PHYSICIST DIES Mann LatinAmerican expert MOSCOW for economic affairs Many members of Congress doubt that Johnson will choose one of his close unofficial advis ers for the UN job Attorneys AbeFortas Clark Clifford and Dean Acheson already have turned down official positions within the administration Ache son is a former secretary of state Neither do the legislators be lieve that Johnson would want to lose McGeorge Bundy Jus special assistant for national security affairs from the White House inner circle Mars photoed 2 Yanks killed in conflict Viet Cong make attack SAIGON South Viet Nam Wl Cong guerrillas killed two Americans and at least South Vietnamese troops Thursday in an hourlong barrage attack on a government command post 35 miles north of Saigon eyewit nesses reported The guerrillas laid down their Darrage with 81mm mortars and 57mm recoilless rifles on he Vietnamese unit engaged in a road clearing operation along Route 13 in an area controlled 3y the Viet Cong informants at he scene said There was no ground assault and all contact apparently was broken off after the barrage ended A relief force was lifted into he area by helicopter several hours after the predawn battle It found the bodies of the Viet namese soldiers and the two Americans scattered around the command post at the edge ol the tiny village of Bau Bang One wounded American also was found and there were al least 20 wounded witnesses said The wreckage of at least five armored personneL carriers tha had been positioned around the command post lay strewn over the area Earlier reports said that the government force was hit by a battalion of guerrillas A battal ion usually numbers between 300 and500 men Mexico Cityan new potentate of Shriners WASHINGTON W Barney W Collins of Mexico City is he new imperial potentate of the Shriners the organization devoted to having fun and sup porting hospitals for crippled children Washington is bulging with iome 100000 redfezed nobles and their families In between having big parades on Penn sylvania Avenue roller skating on the sidewalks and driving steam calliopes around town hey paused to elect their new cist died of Kharkhov Tuesday the Anton Pravda announced was 60 University Thursday Editorials Clear Lake news u uwi Society news disclosed are starting Sports 910 Mason City 12T3 Comics 14 North Iowa news 18 THE WORD IS GOOD Three top scientists involved in the attempt by Mariner 4 to make pictures of Mars study figures at the communi cations control center at Jet Propul sion Laboratory in Pasadena Calif after the spacecraft flashed back AP Photofax confirmation it had locked onto the planet They are from left Jack N James assistant laboratory director for lunar and planetary projects W A Collier assistant Mariner project manager Dan Schneiderman Manner project manager See Viet need for 179000 Yanks WASHINGTON Ufi The nations military chiefs have ecommended unanimously that he strength of US forces in iouth Viet Nam be boosted to 179000 men by the end of the year it was learned Thursday This 100000 would above be the more 75000 than US orce now scheduled to be in louth Viet Nam This recommendation by the Joint Chiefs of Staff will be considered by top US officials the light of what Secretary Defense Robert S McNa mara determines during his weeklong inspection visit to Viet Nam McNamara left Wednesday night Sources told The Associated Press the joint chiefs would in clude the remainder of the 1st nfantry Division in the new projections for a buildup to meet growing Communist strength One brigade of that division landed in Viet Nam his week after traveling from ts home Can A buildup men could well bring at least a imited mobilization of reserv sts and National Guardsmen o replace regular troops Irawn into the growing conflict n Viet Nam The armed several years ago The is undergoing summer base at Ft Riley as big as 179000 mates totaling more than 200 000 citizen servicemen The breakdown About 120000 guardsmen and reservists including six infantry brigades Three o these brigades sources said probably would be the 157th of Massachusetts the 187th Pennsylvania and the 205th of Minnesota A number of Iowa units be came an organic part of the 205th Brigade in the reorgani zation of Army Reserve divi sions 205th field training Ripley Minn now The Iowa units are Headquarters 17th Infantry of Council Bluffs with Companies A of Ottumwa B of Creston and of MarshalltownX Headquarters 410th Infantry of Iowa City with Companies A of Cedar Rapids B of Daven port and C of Waterloo Headquarters 3rd Battaiion 14th Artillery of Sioux City with Batteries A of Cedar Rap ids B of Garner C of Cherokee and Service Battery of Sac City Marines The 4th Marine Division and its air wing a total of mpre than 44000 re services it was starting to gear up for such a possible muster f guardsmen anc reservists They have submitted to de ense officials tentative esti some 20000 reservists am guardsmen The sources emphasize tha the planning for a possible call up is still in the early stages and that the totals of men the services have estimated the would need to back up the regular forces could be scalec down In the Berlin crisis four year ago President John F Ken ledy ordered about 150000 Na ional Guardsmen and reserv ists to active duty They served or 10 months A possible callup on the McNamara servists Navy About 40000 re servists who would be sum moned as individuals rather han with units Air Force Mostly air ransport squadrons manned by re By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director IOWA FALLS nineyear legal battle between a giant of t h e farm implement industry and a stubborn North Iowa farmer ended this the farmer coming out on top As theresult John England Hardin County farmer is 000 richer England 61 wasawarded this amount by Deere and Co in an outofcourt settlement of a patent infringement suit which he had waged against the company in courts across the nation since 1956 England brought the suit be cause he felt the company manufacturer of John Deere implements had infringed upon a patent he had received early in the 1950s for an attachment to conventional hay balers The attachment designed to do away with the problem of loose or inadequatelytied bales was created and first built by England in a workshop on his 240acre farm 6Mi miles north east of Iowa Falls In 1952 Deere and Co be came a customeriof England and started puttingthe attach ment on its balers In 1954 Englands suit said the com pany came out with another at tachment which he charged was a copy of the TriplGrip Twine Holder Englands name for his product The Globes Iowa Line Tfce exclHilve long iMmttce Ultphcnc wire uied la taUrBitlM thli The legal battle followed It took England into courts in Chi cago Peoria III and Washing ton DC His first courtroom success came two years ago when a patent court upheld the validity of his patent claim to the at tachment After that victory England obtained an injunction which kept Deere from selling balers on which the attachment was situated Englands next legal move was to sue Deere for the in fringement A district court judge in Chicago first suggested the figure but Deere refused The company made a counter offer of which England promptly refused Deere finally agreed to the figure this week Asked how he felt about the finally being decided Eng land replied Relieved Had he ever considered dropping the action No and I never wished I hadnt started it It has been quite an experience England long ago lost track of how many miles and how many hours he spent in the legal battle What would have happened if he had lost Weil I would have been out about or and Id have had a red face Has he any plans for the money Not yet except for Sam looking around the cor ner England however docs ex pect to get a Jot of mail in the next few weeks After the patent court said my patent was valid England points out everybody thought Id won the case I started getting mail from all sorts of schools and individuals wanting me to donate or invest money I also heard from a lot of crackpot inventors Right now it is business as usual in the England workshop He still is manufacturing the TriplGrip Holder all over thecountry and even in some foreign may hinge mission as will the future shape and size commitment in of the US Viet Nam End Viet casualty reporting SAIGON South Viet Nam further casualty re ports will be announced in con nection with individual engage nents in the Vietnamese war JS authorities announced Thursday Casualties will be announced as weekly totals but there will be no identification by units the announcement said Correspondents were also asked to withhold voluntarily any such figures they find out on their own and not to identify units in battle or to disclose roop movements No penalties or violators of the new press code were announced and a spokesman said formal censor ship was not planned The announcement said the new rules resulted from an igrecment between the Ameri an and Vietnamese govern ments Correspondents pointed out hat the new rules would make t extremely difficult for the mblic to estimate how the war s going since the war in Viet Nam has no fixed battle lines and the gaining of territory is not the primary objective Correspondents also argued hat engagement casualty fig urcs should be made available after an action is over at east to have statistics to match hoseissued daily by Commu nist Radio Hanoi Believe signals are good Pictures to be developed PASADENA Calif ntists received from Mariner 4 hursday what they said were List the kind of Mars picture ignals they hoped for Late Thursday or early Fri ay they plan to make public vhat should be the first closeup holograph of the unknown plan ts surface It could indicata vhether Mars harbors life solv ng mystery that has intrigued man for ages Mariner 4 flew past Mars Vednesday night and its signals inted at trouble in the cam ras tape recorder But Thursday morning trans nitting from beyond Mars en oute to an orbit around the sun he windmillshaped 575pound pacecraft began relaying the irst of a hopedfor score of pho os Signals came in line by line it the rate of one line every 2Va minutes In all it required 8 hours 35 minutes for all 200 ines of the picture to be re eived Jubilant scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory which built and controlled Mariner said the raw data is exactly what we expected They catd the transmissions should produce a valid pic lure Two hours after the start of signals 35 lines had been re ceived and one expert said a definite patternwas showing The photo program called for Mariner to take up to 21 pic tures as it passed within 5600 miles of Mars store them on ape then play them back start ing Thursday After analyzing this m or ri ngs transmissions experts hey are optimistic about res reiving as many as 20 photos The pictures were planned to ie 100 times better than those rom earth telescopes showing bjects as small as VA miles cross and perhaps indicating vhether life exists on the planet most like earth The flyby climaxed a 228day 25millionmile curving voyage rom earth The spacecraft both Wednesday and Thursday was bout 134 million straightlino miles distant There was considerable confu ion after the hintoftrouble ah ouncement at the laboratory Vednesday night At a news conference later aniel A Schneiderman Mari er project director said the pacecraft got at least six or even pictures And Dr William H Picker ng director of Jet Propulsion aboratory added I think x or seven is the minimum essimistic estimate I think here are 20 pictures on that ape ILLEGAL BEER CHARLES CITY Marjorid Beine 18 and Thomas A artz 20 both of Charles City ave each been fined and osts in the court of Justice obert Gilliland for illegal pos cssion of beer North Iowa Weather outlook Fair to partly cloudy and warmer Thursday night lows n low 60s Friday partly cloudy with occasional thun derstorms and showers most y north and warmer more humid highs in mid to upper 80s Details on Page 2 SAME DATE1H4JW BUck TraffU la Pkat Jl   

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