Monday, July 19, 1965

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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1965, Mason City, Iowa HONOLULU AP Syng Rhee a fierce old Korean patriot whose greatest dream and last wish eluded him died at Maunalahi Hospital in Hono lulu Monday of a stroke He was 90 in failing health for least threeyears The former South Korean presidents last wish was to go home and die but increasing exSo debility prevented his return The founder of the Korean Re public was admitted to Queens Hospital a month ago Monday after he began bleeding inter nally condition improved and he was sent back to the nursing home x Doctors said they had an hours indication that death was near giving them time to sum mon his born wife Francesca 65 and his adopted son Rhee Insoo Unfulfilled was his lifes am bition and Korea as a republic The moun tainous peninsula on Asias east coast still is divided along the truce line where the bloody Ko rean War was halted in 1953 Funeral arrangements have n not yet been announced but they will be held at Korean Christian Church of Honolulu center of worship for much of Honolulus small Korean community Wilbert Choy who heads a committee of Korean communi ty officials handling the servic es said Rhee will be buried in Seoul Korea On June 21 Rhee was removed from Korean President Chung Hee Parks political purge list However Rhee had been invit ed back to his homeland before but declining health prevented It The former Tiger of Korea was tamed by age Once a driv ing chief executive who defied communism and the United Na tions he became t homesick and tired old man A nurse said Rhee was kept alive by a dwindling hope of go ing home 16 die This hope seemed to be the only strength he had left His health his stamma and the pow er he once wielded faded when student riots toppled him from the presidency r K Rhee was the Korean repub lics first president1 and served in the job 12ryears He had just been reelectedto a fourth term when his government was over thrown Charges of ballot box stuffing strongarm influence and trickery were hurled at the whitehaired president He fled the country after pro tests erupted into violence f I f SYNGMAN RHEE Victim of strotw NOKTH NAM The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 19 W5 tlOo Paper Consists ot Two AJtoclatod full No 134 xpect pay hike Photofax THREE YANKS DIE IN Cong forces attacked the 2nd Brigade of the US 1st Di vision outside the Bien Hoa air base 1 Sunday night killing three Americans and wounding sev eral others In other activity in South Viet Nam the Viet Cong blew up seven bridges and blocked Route 15 between Saigon and Vung Tau A Vietnamese army task force reopened key Route 10 Far to the north US planes bombed a 10 mile stretch of railroad track outside Yen Bay blast symbol 3 Yanks killed m attack SAIGON South Viet Nam of the new ly arrived US 1st Division wele attacked by the Vie1 Cong for the first time during the night and three Americans were killed a US spokesman announced The spokesman said several more Americanswere wounded in the attack that began with a motar barrage against forward elements of the divisions 2nd Brigade outside the Bien Hoa ail base 12 miles northeast of Saigon The 1st Division troops had arrived in Viet Nam last week It was the first action in Viet Nam for the Big Red One division that made an enviable record in Africa and Europe during World War II I had been through Korea and I thought I was a combat veteran until last night said Maj B McJilton nf Fort Worth Tex I had never seen fighting like that before Another veteran Sgt lC Raymond N Simmons of Jack son Tenn compared the Viet Cong attack to action around the Hurtgen Forest in Germa riy in 1945 US planes pushed the war deeper into North Viet Nam to day bombing a 10mile stretch of railroad track starting 15 miles north of Yen Bay and 90 miles northwest of Hanoi a US spokesman announced It was the deepest penetration of North Vietnamese territory announced so far Results of the raid were not reported A US Navy jet bomberwas shot down oveY North Viet Nam Sunday a short time after US Defense Secretary Robert S Mc Namara watched i it roar off along with 13 others from the catapults ot the 7th Fleet carrier Independence a US spokesman announced The spokesman said the two crew members of the A6 Intrud er were seen to parachute and land on the ground He said a search operation for them was abandoned Monday and it was presumed they were captured North Viet Nam claimed its gunners shot down three US planes Sunday and captured two pilots It said one plane was downed over Haiphong North Viet Nams chief port 60 miles east of Hanoi Drunks fail in Hanoi raid try By JOHN T WHEELER DA NANG South Viet Nan AP Two drunken US Marine infantrymen tried t raid Hanoi but they couldnt ge the jet bombers started a mili tary spokesman said Monday are here to kill Vie Cong and we are going to Hano to bomb it said one of the Marines according to an offi cial report of the incident Military sources gave this account The Leathernecks sneaked onto the flight line at the Da Nang Air Base Friday night and climbed into a B57 lightbomb er Oneof the men sitting in the navigators scat became angry when his companion couldnt start the plane and climbed out to get into his own aircraft Air police spotted the two as they sat trying to start the en gines The two were turned over 6 Marine authorities The pair escaped Sunday morning but werepicked up during the after noon Military sources said the Ma rines had caused some damage to the bombers while fumbling with the switches and controls However both planes were re paired and flown on strike mis sions against the Viet Cong Sat urday Protest taking of pictures French upset over flight PARIS AP The Defense Ministry charged Monday that a US photo reconnaissance plane lew near the French nuclear complex at Pierrelatte and was on admission to take unauthof zed pictures nuclear plant there is working on Frances first hy drogen bomb A statement from the minis try said a protest had been sresented at the US Embassy in Paris The statement said cameras aboard the plane an RF101 hac taken 175 pictures of the com plex Friday According to the Defense Min istry the US plane which was based at Ramstein Germany made four runs over the atom ic installation in southeastern France The Defense Ministry accused the plane of three violations flying in a restricted zone tak ing photographs without author ization and takingpictures in a restricted zone Until Monday the French maintained official silence on the affair According to French news re ports French fighter planes were sent up to chase the US plane out of the area The De fense Ministry statement sup ported these reports but not in detail American officials said the plane was on a training mission They said it filed a routine flight plan with French authori ies but was forced to deviate by reason of a thunderstorm rom the flight plan previously filed Later an official US state ment said that after a prelimi STEVENSON facing flagdraped casket of Adlai Stevenson President and Mrs Lyndon Johnsonright hear eulogy during1 funeral at Unitarian Church In pew at left Photofax are I to r Mr and Mrs John Fell Stevenson Mr and Mrs Adlai Stevenson III Mrs Ernest Ives sister and Borden Steven son Other relatives of Stevenson are seated behind them nary inquiry the information available indicates that the plane did not enter the prohibit ed zone around Pierrelatte Claims record for singing of popular tune SPARTA Wis rec ord is being claimed by 17year old Jeff Newburg for singing Henry the Eighth I Am I Am 1001 consecutive times At pm Saturday he and Dave Krebich 16 perched on the roof of a drivein restaurant and began their marathon Dave became ill and went home at 10 pm after giving forth with the ditty 606 times Editorials Clear Lake news 5 Society news 67 North Iowa news 8 Sports 910 Mason City news 1213 Latest markets 12 Comics Classified pages 1617 Revolt seen brewing in Malaysia KUCHING Malaysia AP About 26000 Chinese who side with Peking are believed pro pared for armed revolution in the Malaysian Borneo state o Sarawak British security officials fear the situation could degenerate into another Viet Nambecause of the rugged jungle and pres cnce of combatready Indone sians waiting on the border The British believe that th Clandestine Communist Organi zation as the Communis Chinese settlers are called ha already started a move to take over the state They expec more raids like the attack las month by a CCO force support ed by Indonesian regulars on police post and neighbonn house Ask federal court to hold Bogalusa cops BOGALUSA La AP The residents racial trouble short er here filed petitions Monday asking federal court to hold the itys two top police officials in contempt of court for allegedly ailing to protect legal civil demonstrators John Doar assistant US At orney General in charge of the fustice Departments civil rights division drove to New Orleans ofile the petitions Named in the criminal and civil contempt action were Pub ic Safety Commissioner Arnold Spiers and Police Chief Claxton Knight Doar also filed suitsasking the court to enjoin Bogalusa police the KuKlux Klan and a num ber of Bogalusa restaurant oper ators and others from interfer ing with persons seeking to law fully demonstrate against segre gation practices Doar witnessed an incident Friday in which white heckler beat civil rights pickets outside a shopping center US Dist Judge Herbert W Christenberry scheduled a hear ing for July 26 at 11 am on the contempt citation against Spiers and Knight The judge on July 10 grantee an injunction directing Bogalusa and state police to protect civi rights demonstrators against physical harm Civil rights leaders claimed 40 state police were nearby at the ime of the shopping center in cident but made no move to in ervenc Meantime a 26yearold Negro whom authorities said is a mem jer of the militant deacons of defense and justice was held in ail here on charges he fired shots at a carload of white men Joe Gatlln a Bogalusa resi dent was booked for attempted murder There were no injuries State troopers arrested Gatlin and three Negro companions Launching postponed CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP The scheduled launching of two Sentry satellites and a tiny pygmy satellite was postponec Monday because of technical dif ficultics which delayed the sho beyond the favorable launching time The 40minute window th time during which the sho could be accomplished in keep ing with mission objectives extended eight minutes vho were jailed on peace dis urbance charges after the inci dent at a truck stop eight miles south of Bogalusa The shooting came at the end of an otherwise quiet Sunday in his troubled town Civil rights groups had announced it would be a day of rest and held no marches or demonstrations However Negroes planned an other midafternoon march Mon day on City Hall and equal job opportunity pickets were to re sume their parading outside Bogalusa stores A civil rights lawyer said he would go before US Dist Judge Herbert W Christenberry in New Orleans Monday to seek contempt proceedings againsl Bogalusa authorities The attorney Al Bronstein said the arrest of pickets las1 Friday at a Bogalusa shopping center violated Judge Christen berrys injunction calling on officials to provide adequate protection for demonstrations and banning police from arrest ing civil rights workers excrcis ing their constitutional rights Public Safety Commissione Arnold Spiers said Sunday an offduty fireman who squirted water hose at a civil rights pick et would be suspended withou pay for 10 days Bid final farewell to Adlai BLOOMINGTON 111 Iff National and state leaders stood by in solemn sorrow Monday vhile Adlai E Stevenson went o his grave in a heavily wooded cemetery He was buried in the family lot amid the towering trees of 12yearold Evergreen Park emetery His family and friends and national figures headed by Pres dent and Mrs Johnson Vice President and Mrs Humphrey overnors and Cabinet mem bers stood under two red tents hat had been erected over the Stevenson family plot They paid him the silent trib ite by standing near the grave Thousands of men women and children did likewise by stand STEVENSON Please Turn to Page 2 SPORTS BULLETIN BOSTON AP American League President Joseph E Cronin has suspended Sam Mele manager of the Minne sota Twins for five days and fined him a league spokesman said Monday The action followed Meles pushing and shoving confron tation with umpire Bill Val entine during Sundays game FOCUS on North Iowa SAME Black FU Meani in Fait t Hours Yard converted to onehole golf course By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa NewsDirector MANLY People who arent devotees of the game of golf sometimes refer to it as cow pasture pool Even this phrase however docsnlt do justice in describ ing a project of two Manly boys Perhaps the best description of the game these boys play would be front polo n Now most every boy who has found an oldgolf club and ball of his father has dug a hole in the front yard and tried to knock the ball into that hole Manlys John Ostlund and David Herzog both 13 have however refined this project Ostlunds front yard into a In fact they have made the gob course it no comparison what so ever to the plush grounds owned by golf clubs in the area Mrs Don Ostlund Johns mother points out but to the boys the front yard course serves its purpose well Actually Mrs Ostlund is being too critical when she says there isnt any comparison be tween the boys course and the other courses of the area There are similarities For example the boys course is played with a golf club and golf ball Also the course has tecs and a hole thats right Just one The course even has a par rating of 33 Those however about the only similarities between the boys course and actual golf courses Just what is the physical lay out of the front yard course Well there is only one hole but there are 10 tecs In other words the boys play toward the same hole every time but the locations of the tees vary so there actually are 10 holes Why the boys decided on 10 holes rather than the normal nine isnt quite clear It just worked out that way John points out courses single hole is just that Its a hole in the side walk in front of the Ostlund house No one recalls how it got there but its about the same FOCUS turn to 2 increase proposed Double asking of President WASHINGTON UP House leaders Monday put ff until Tuesday an ex jectecl top heavy vote for massage of a mili ary personnel pay raise bill The decision was made to protect members attending fun ral services in Illinoisfor Ad ai E Stevenson With no major opposition sighted the House planned to finish consideration of the meas ure today and make the rollcall vote unfinished business for Tuesday The increases in the bill are double what President Johnson proposed The raise would average 107 per cent with the biggest share going to enlisted recruits and jun ior officers Its aim is to attract and keep skilled men in uni form 4 There was no organized oppo sition in sight as the measure carried endorsements from both sides of the aisle It appeared that the administrations only chance to cut down the measure would be in the Senate which will take up the bill after the House votes its approval The measure was whipped out by the House Armed Services Committee on a 331 vote ap proved by the Rules Committee and endorsed by theHouse Re publican P9licy Committee despite Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamaras cam paign for the administration bill The administration proposed a 48 per cent average increase totaling million a year Mc Namara said this would be fair to the servicemen and fair to our taxpayers Chairman L Mendel Rivers of the House Armed Services Com mittee agree The South Carolina Democrat called the administration bill disgraceful ly inadequate differences between Riv ers and McNamara go mora deeply than pay Since he be came chairman in January Rivers has clashed with McNa mara over the authority of Con gress to oversee military pro grams under its constitutional powers to raise and support armies This power struggle was mir rored in the committees rejec tion of the administrations pro posal that it be given authority to make annual adjustments in military pay subject only to a congressional veto This stormed Rivers would be a vote of no confidence in Congress As a compromise the committee bill calls for the ad ministration to submit an an nual military pay review to Congress with a complete revi sion of the pay structure to ba submitted every four years beginning in January 1967 North Iowo Weather outlook HERZOC OSTLUND Variable cloudiness through Tuesday with scattered show ers and thunderstorms af fecting 30 per cent of ttve Lows Monday night in low 60s Highs Tuesday near M j Details 1