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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Build An AP Kfews Analysis By JOHN MHIGHTOWER AP Special WASHINGTON AP per haps the most critical question theVietnamese conflict poses to President Johnson is how to send about 100000 more US troops into South Viet Nam in the next several months without taking over the aoUCommunist war For years the 7 official US stance in the Southeast Asian conflict has been one of advising and assisting the South Viet namese forces in the defense of their own land As American forces have grown in number and have moved into attack operations against the Viet Cong guerril las this formal policy position has appeared to some officials to become increasingly inad equate Theiproblem seems certain to grow more difficult as the num bers and actions of US forces increase One specific issue which arises in this connection is the issue of command as the Unit ed States assumes larger and larger responsibilities for the conduct of the war Some kind of joint structure would appear put war in to be a logical necessity The roles of US and Vietnamese forces would appear 19 be in creasingly those of allies In a joint command system the Unit ed States with its greater ulti mate resources of arms and men would surely have to as sume primary responsibility Top administration policy makers however are reported extremely reluctant to take any such step The aim the United Stales in fighting in South Viet Nam is to preserve that coun trys opportunities for freedom and independence from Commu nist domination In this sense in the larger political meaning of the war the fight really is considered here to be a South Vietnamese fight and whatever widening part is played by US forces will still be direcled loward Ihe preservation of South Viet Nam U and not to any enhancement of the US position in Southeast Asia In addition there are immedi ate questions of morale and of measures to encourage the South Vietnamese leaders and the people whose support they can command to continue to take primary responsibility not only in the military but in the political fields The dominant idea of Ihe Johnson administra tion in planning expanded mili tary pressures on the Commu nists is to try to encourage and reinforce South Viet Nams sense of independence and self reliance How this can be done in ac tual practice will be considered by Johnson and his top military and diplomatic advisers in con ferences beginning Wednesday upon the return from Saigon Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara and Ambassador designate Henry Cabot Lodge Administration officials no doubt that the President will order very large increases in the number of US forces in South Viet Nam As these in creases become effective they may radically alter the of the war in the sense that American forces willundertaka more and more attack tions against the Viet Cong McNamara Force ratio in Viet off Is totally unacceptable WASHINGTON W President Johnson and Secretary of De fense Robert S McNamara sat down Wednesday for a fulldress conference on Viet Nam sur rounded by a topdrawer col lection of administration of ficials McNamara returned Wednes day from Viet Nam and told newsmen the ratio of Viet Cong to government forces is totally unacceptable He appeared ready to recommend an increase in US strength in South Viet Nam to offset the ratio But the White House said Wednesdays meeting was not a decisionmaking session but one of deliberations Press Secretary Bill D Moycrs said it may bie some time perhaps a matter of days before the deliberations and dis cussions are finished and any announcements of results can be made for the time being the ques tion of increased US military reinforcements in Viet Nam and the possible expansion o the draft and calling up ol reserves were left in suspension McNamara said that he Am Henry Cabo and Gen Earle G Wheel cr Army chief of staff who ac comoanied him on the trip wouldreport to govcrnmen officials this morning McNamara told newsmen tha the Viet Cong guerrillas nov total about 1G5000 and that thi coinnares with about 50p00 South Vietnamese goverrirhen forces i y Officials havesaidaih the pas that a ratio ofat least 10 to 1 i necessary 16 offset thehitanc run tactics oftheguerrillas McNamara was asked abou his Saigon statement that h had seen a deterioration in th situation since his last visit 1 months ago drought repor ior President Johnson WASHINGTON AP Pros dent Johnson is going to be giv en an action report on th droughtstricken Northeast Secretary of the Interior Stew art L Uclall said he would hav the report ready for the Pros dent requeste that Johnson might not se it until Thursday because of hi involvement in todays windu of the White House Conferenc on Education n The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 10S MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 21 1965 10c a Paper Conslsls of Two mandated fresf Full No 138 on medicare bill B52 jets bomb Cong positions SAIGON South Viet Nam Guambased B52 et bombers attacked Viet Cong installations in a jungle area 30 miles northnorth west of Saigon Wednesday night a US military spokesman announced The spokesman said 30 of the big strategic bomb took part in themission n Binh Duong Province ind they dropped 500 tons of bombs may handle troop hauls WASHINGTON AP Na tionalGuard officials have pro posed using volunteers to meel increased troop and cargo air transport needs growing out ol any major buildup in Viet Nam it was learned Wednesday Authorities said they believe enough Guard pilots and air crews would volunteer to do the job The proposal would reduce the need to order Air Guarc transport outfits into active fed eral service sources said The Air Force has told the Defense Department it may need as many as 20000 Air Guardsmen and reservists in transport units if a decision is made to call up such forces The mission of the Guard pi lots would be to fly soldiers am military cargo to the Far East or to take over some of theolh er routgs flown by the Military Air Transport Service so i could devote more of its planes to the airlift to Viet Nam The Air Guard has 25 heav transport squadrons numbering so me200 planes The fifth announced raid made by the B52s in the Viet namese war it was carried out at the request of the Vietnamese government in a program of continuing harassment and dis ruption of known areas of Vic iong activity the spokesman said The thsi raid was be lieved to be just west of Bail where government forces w6re hit hard a week ago by Viet Cong troops American casualties last week were among the heaviest in any single week of the war A spokesman announced 28 US servicemen were killed 100 were wounded and seven were listed as missing or captured Military officials said South Vietnamese forces suffered 735J casualties during the week in cluding 240 killed 340 wounded and 155 missing or captured Viet Cong losses were 419 killed and 28 captured the offi cials said The United States kept up its air war against North Viet Nam today while scattered action was reported on the ground in South Viet Nam JET BpMBER MAKES BELLY a rescue helicopter hovers overhead a sixengine Air Force jet bomber makes crash landing on its belly at Pease Air Force Base New ington NH Wednesday Runway was coated with foam to Pholofax reduce friction and danger of fire when plane radioed it had landing gear trouble Drogue chutes are slowing plane which came in to a stop with little damage arid no injury to four crewmen fOCUS on North Buffalo Center boy hits jackpot at fair ip i v By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director THOMPSON A 13yearold Buffalo Center boy hit the jack pot in his third try at the Win nebago County Junior Fair here Tuesday Mike Teig In t h e junior market lamb show Tuesday it was a repeat performance for 16y e a rold John Canterbury of Rake Canterbury who showed the son of Mr and Mrs John Tcig exhibited a 975 pound Shorthorn steer to the grand championship of the fair It was only the third year that Teig has had cattle in the com petition Judge Don Greiman Garner selected Mikes trim red steer from more than 130 entries in this years fair The reserve grand champion ship was won by a 1050 pound Angus steer shown by Bob Car son also 13 of Thompson Bob who will be a freshman at Thompson High School is the son of Mr and Mrs Arlo Car son Other breed champions were exhibited by Clarence Ike Garst Buffalo Center and Nancy Stcffenson Buffalo Cen ter Miss Slcffenson exhibited boll the crossbred arfd grade and yield champions of the show Garst exhibited the Hereford champion of the show years show duplicated that eat this year In the penofthree division Canterburys lambs defeated a rio exhibited by Randy Lemke 14 of Forest City In the indi vidual competition 10yearold Charles Fox also of Forest City champion champion penoft h r c e individual in and last Hickenlooper has his 69th WASHINGTON AP Sen Bourkc B Hickcnlooper R Iowa observed his 69lh birth day anniversary Wednesday Hickcnlooper serving his fifth sixyear term in the Senate is chairman of the GOP Policy Committee and ranking Repub lican on the Foreign Relations Committee He was born at Blockton Iowa and was a state legislator lieutenant governor and govcr nor of Iowa before being elected to the US Senate in 1944 iad the reserve champion be lind Canterburys champion Phis was the first year of show ng for young Fox The Canterbury and Fox names also appeared among he sheep showmanship win ners Canterbury was named he lop senior showman while Rosemary Fox Charles sister shared junior showmanship lion ors with David Olson Fores lily In the livestock judging con test Buffalo Center and Lake Mills boys copped all the lop honors Wayne Risius Buffalo Center dged Duane Gudmonson Lake Mills for top honors In third place was Brian Swanson Buf falo Center followed by Dean Ostrander also of Buffalo Cen ter in fourth place Henry Schmoll Lake Mills and Wayne Stcffenson Buffalo Center tied for fifth Entries in the junior livestock division at the fair were about the same as last year accord ing to Richard Anderson Win nebago County Extension dircc tor Entries in the girls di vision however were up con siderably according to Mary Jane Holland home economist SAIR FORCE Pliolofax EVERYBODY OUT Uncertain whether their plane would burst into flame after crash landing four crewmen of jet Air Force bomber scramble to safety after jettisoning canopy Editorials Society 101112 North Iowa news 14 Sports 1516 Mason City news 1819 Latest markets 18 Clear Lake news 2425 Nofth Iowa Weather outlook Variable cloudiness with scattered showers and thun derstorms over 30 per cent of the area Wednesday night and on Thursday Lows Wed nesday night in mid and up per 60s Warmer Thursday highs in low and mid 80s Claim strike not legal at Albert Lea ALBERT LEA Wilson Company Wednesday advised the United Packinghouse Food and Allied Workers of Ameri ca Local 6 that the walkout vhich started July 10 in the See final action in a week Agree after six meetings WASHINGTON ite and House conferees ngreed Wednesday on a historic bill to establish a comprehensive medical care program ior older Americans The agreement was nailed down at a sixth meeting the conferees to resolve differences between the pills passed by tha House April 8 and by the Sen ate July 9 of the Usf decisions reached said Sen George Smathers DFla was to make Ihe first 6J600 in income taxa ble to support the broadestex pansion of Social Security in 30 years By next week when technical experts are through dotting tha is and crossing the ts tha measure will be ready for final action in the House and Senate The tax base is the Sen ate figure to cover benefits to taling billion a year Tha House had voted for a tax base with vin benefits The most immediate item is a 7 per cent increase in cash payments under old age survi vors and disability insurance Rep Wilbur D Mills DArk chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee an nounced the major decisions reached by the conference com mittee Among them are 60 days of hospitalization under the bills basic health in surance plan for persons over 65 The patient would pay ths first of the hospital costs For each day above 60 but up to a 90day limit the patient would pay 100 days of post hospital care in a nursing home1with the patient paying for each day above 20 100 home visits by nurses or technicians Psychiatric up to a 190day hospital lifetime cara limit Negro or woman Consider court candidates SCARED LITTLE DEVIL Mitzie Dahl of is the scared little devil at the Monster Day celebration in Mason City She had one look at Lawrence Austins grotesque makeup and that was enough They are two of the top seven winners in the juvenile class and the smallestLawrence a Mason City spook had on adult shoes so heavy for him he had to be lifted around Additional pictures on Page 18 By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP dent Johnson talked with Atty Gen Nicholas Katzenbach Wed nesday about potential candi dates for appointment to the Su preme Court White House press secretary Bill D Myers said Johnson is eot beginning his search for a successor to Justice Arthur J Goldberg with race religion or sex as a precondition Moyers said Johnson and Katzenbach talked on the tele phone and one topic of the con versation concerned some va cancies on the judicial system The President he said asked Katzcnbach for suggestions and consideration of people from the federal judiciary from universi ties and from private life Moyers mentioned no names Ive seen a lot of names floated in the press and I dont think that any of these are people the President now is considering he said As for speculation that John son may name a Negro or a woman to fill the vacancy crea COURT Turn to 0 2 ausage packing deparlmcnt s a violation of the contract ictwccn the company and the mion According to Cliff Cairnes cneral manager of the plant he maslcr contract provides There shall be no strike toppage slowdown or suspen sion of work on the part of the mion or a member It further provides for the orderly setti ng of disputes Lacking written would be provided in the basic lospital insurance program Ex tended stay in a facility pri marily for the care and treat ment of mental diseases or tu berculosis would not be covered The fees of specialists in anesthcsiology radiology phys ical therapy and pathology would be excluded from the basic plan but could be paid for under a supplemental voluntary plan Speaker John W McCormack DMass said the conference re port will be taken up by the House next Tuesday Approval by the House and then the Sen ate will send the bill to tha assurance White House for President John Tom the union that there will sons signature no further violation Ihe company has indicated it may ake severe disciplinary action against certain members who precipitated the walkout ac cording to Cairnes There have been no meet ings scheduled between the company and union members The plant stopped buying hogs locally Wednesday There is no picketing Cairnes said but management decided to go out of the market SAME W Black FU Mcaai In 81 Boiri V   

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