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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1965, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition YOU 105 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 23 IMS 10c eopy Thii Piper Consists Three Sections Section WirM No Photofax COOL temperatures in the 90s again Friday many would envy the job of Jane McCiung 19 of Bismarck ND Shes a lifeguard at a city pool andcooled herself with a hefty flip of water after dipping her hair in the pool Fly six bomb runs to north Viet Nam United States stepped up its air strikes against suspected Viet Cong positions in South Tiet Nam Friday and flew at leasj six bombing missions against North Viet Nam a mili tary spokesman announced U S 7th Fleet ships continued offshore bom jardments of Commnnis I estate left by Adlai Si WAUKEGAN 111 AP Ad iai E Stevenson has left the bulk of his estate to his three sons Stevensons will filed in Cir cuit Court Thursday valued his Libertyville farm home north of Chicago at and personal assets not exceeding The 11page will dated Sept 11 1962 named as chief bene ficiaries Stevensons three sons Adlai III 34 of Chicago a Dem ocratic state representative Borden 32 of and John Fell 29 of Francisco The will named as executors Adlai III and Newton Minow a lawyer Stevensons former law partner and former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission Stevenson a twotime presit dential candidate and former governor of Illinois was US ambassador to the United Na tions when he died of a heart attack in London July 14 at age 65 His will did not mention his divorced wife Ellen Borden Ste venson of Chicago t m Globe Editorials Comics Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Sports Clear Lake news 1C Society news 1112 Classified pages 1415 North news TV section 1718 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and cooler with scattered showers and thunderstorms affecting 30 per cent of the Friday night and Saturday Lews Friday night 6448 Highs Saturday in the 80s Weather Details on 2 nstallations The Navy ap peared to be playing an in reasing role in the Viet namese war The spokesman said tw Americans were killed Friday ne in a plane crash and on when he failed to answer a sen rys challenge Another Amer can died in a plane crash Thurs day night The spokesman said a Ui Air ForceObservation plan crashed 50 miles south of D while directing strikes i he area The pilot and a Viel namese observer were killed af er their plane had dropped smoke bomb on a target pulle up and then stalled accordin o observers A US Marine in the Da Nan area 380 miles north of Saigon vas killed before dawn when h railed to answer a sentrys cha enge the spokesman said Th Warine was investigating susp cious noises The pilot of an A1E Skyraide was killed Thursday night whe lis plane apparently was sho down while on a mission 26 hiles northeast of Saigon Binh Dinh Proyince US Air Force and Vietnan oe war planes flew 165 sortie against Viet Cong concentra ions and other facilities b ieved used by the guerrilla he spokesman said WASHINGTON AP House conferences continued Friday on Viet Nam strategy and the demands it may make in manpower and money No conclusions have been an nounced but already in Con gress the feeling appeared to be spreading that expanded fighting may force another look at the budget and derail any program to wrap up President Johnsons domestic legislation by Labor Day and go home Viet strategy talks at White House For the third straight day Johnsons schedule was given over lp intensive talks with Sec retary of Defense Robert S Me Namara who returned Wednes day from Viet Nam and other top military and civilian offi cials Press Secretary Bill D Moy ers said after Thursdays all day session there was no telling how long the talks will continue but conclusions and recom mendations will be forthcoming after all the evidence including all the recommendations and evaluations is carefully weighed Moyers confirmed that much ofthe discussion centered on manpower requirements for present andfuture needs There has been unofficial talk of sending 100000 more American troops to reinforce the 75000 now in Viet Nam and of calling xip some reserves and National Guardsmen as well as extending tours of duty and stepping up the draft Budget Director Charles Schultze told a SenateHouse fiscal subcommittee Thursday military spending will clearly be higher than the President estimated in January Schultze said the Viet Nam situation has upset plans to fi nance some administration do mestic programs It had been hoped he said to cover about half of a billion rise in the cost of projects allied to the Presidents GreatSociety con cept by savings elsewhere But the budget director said events in Viet Nam have overrun this forecast However Schultze said he sees no need to raise taxes Senate Republican leader Ev erett M Dirksen told newsmen Thursday Congress must face the question whether the Presi dent needs additional legislative authority or funds to meet Viet Nam requirements and this may upset hopes for adjourn ment in early September He said he and the Demo craticleader Sen Mike Mans fieldplan an early conference with Johnson Dirksen later joined the GOP House leader Rep Gerald R Ford in calling on Johnson to tell the nation how far the mili tary situation has deteriorated in Viet Nam Housing issue ready South Korean Hoods claim lives of 240 SEOUL Korea AP At east 240 persons have been dlled and 98 are missing in southeastern Korea since tor rential rains flooded the Nakton River and its tributaries More than 233000 persons have been driven from their homes Fight over amendment on remap Senate battle may be lengthy WASHINGTON AP Sen ate leaders said after a White louse conference Friday that President Johnson is keeping out of the battle over a proposed constitutional amendment on egislative reapportionment Sen Everett M Dirksen of II inois the GOP leader and chief sponsor of the amendment told newsmen the President made t explicit to me that he will ceep his hands Similarly majority leader Vtike Mansfield DMont said that Johnson is standing aside n the controversy over the SU jreme Courts ruling that both louses of state legislatures musl ie apportioned on the basis of population v Dirksen and Mansfield report ed that the President took the Dosition that this was a consti utional issue for Congress to decide The fight may be a lengthy one Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield said Im not as optimistic as I was about adjourning byLabor Day This could throw a roadblock in the way The amendment to overturn the Supreme Courts oneman onevote decision of last year would permit one house of state legislatures to be apportionec on the basis of geography and political subdivisions as well as population if the people ap proved in a referendum Dirksen got the issue before the Senate by calling up a reso lution to designate Aug 31Sept 6 as American Legion Basebal Week and then moving to sub stitute for it his proposed consti tutional amendment Mansfield later told newsmen he was leaning very strongly in the direction of supporting Dirksensproposal to upset the Supreme Court ruling that both houses of state legislatures mustbe apportioned on the ba sis of population Although opposing sides were digging in for a determined bat tie Mansfield said he did noi expect the Senate to be para lyzed until the issue is resolved He said he understood Dirk sen was agreeable to permi action on vital bills like the de fense appropriations measure and various noncontroversia measures to be sandwiched into the debate on reapportionment To aid families of low income WASHINGTON new departure in housing to help lowincome families pay their assured Friday after Senate and Housa negotiators hammered out a billion housing bill The conferees finished work Thursday on a draft econciling House and Sen te versions The compro EASY THERE and Mrs Harold Hughes on a bicyclebuiltfortwo take a turn around their Des Moines neighborhood as Photofax jnuiuxax they do frequently in the coo of the evening They say they find it relaxing and they like the exer cise Temperatures in Iowa at frying pan levels 2500 turkeys die in St Ansgar heat Bulletin CLEVELAND W A jury found football star Jim Brown innocent Friday of assault and battery against an IByearold girl in a motel room here last month ST ANSGAR More than 2500 turkeys smothered Thurs day on the Walter Marcks farm north of St Ansgar with temperatures in the upper 90s Mostly toms weighing about 15 pounds each the turkeys piled up in the shade of 10 open shelter houses on the hilltop of the turkey farm The piling was first noticed by vv o r k e r s about 4 pm The Marcks family and neighbors worked frantically to spread the birds apart but were too late to save them Each of the shel ters held dead birds Mrs Marcks said never in 26 years of raising turkeys had theyhad this type of loss The flock was covered for wind hail or rain damage but not sun nor heat loss Mrs Marcks said the amount of the loss has not been estimated The breeder stock about 3500 birds kept in the barn was not affected by the heat Thursday The Marcks were raising about 8000 turkeys An estimated 1000 turkeys died on the B E and Fritz Chaplin farm near Arnold Park Firemen sprayed water on the birds and Boy Scouts walked among the turkeys in an attempt to spread them out By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Summer has finally caught up with Iowa bringing sizzling heat with it The entire state perspired un der temperatures in the 90s Thursday and the mercury reached 100 at Sioux Rapids It was the first time this year that the temperature reached 100 in Iowa The heat of the blazing sun was not enough Southerly winds brought in moist gulf air and boosted the humidity to high levels The extreme heat hit at least two large turkey raisers in Iowa The hot humid weather held on Friday and temperatures were expected to be a little higher During the night the mercury did not drop out of the 70s with low readings Friday morning ranging from 71 at Waterloo and Lamoni to 76 at Mason City Davenport and Cedar Rapids Troubles plague Gemini 5 rehearsal CAPE KENNEDY Fla AP Technical problems plagued an important space flight re hearsal Thursday climaxed by a balky gantry that stranded astronauts L Gordon Cooper Jr and Charles Conrad Jr for more than an hour in a space craft atop a Titan 2 rocket The gantry which houses an elevator refused to lift into place around the rocket after Cooper and Conrad had conv pleted a practice run for their Gemini 5 flight scheduled to begin Aug 19 Finally a cranelike device called a cherry picker lifted a bucket up to the spacecraft and the astronauts clad in their space suits were lowered 100 feet to the ground A faulty electrical switch was blamed Failure of this same tower to fold back also because of an electrical problem caused a 76minute delay in the count down on last months Gemini 4 launching of astronauts James A McDivitt and Edward H White II Air Force Lt Col Cooper and Navy Lt Cmdr Conrad also were participating in a vital test for the Gemini 6 mission during which an attempt will be made to link up with an Agena satel lite Navy Capt Walter M Schirra Jr and Air Force Maj Thomas P Stafford will pilot the Gemini 6 craft On the Gemini 6 launching scheduled for October Schirra and Stafford will be launched by a Titan 2 95 minutes after the AtlasAgena takes off They will chase the orbiting Agena hop CEMINI Please Turn to Page 2 MIXED FEELINGS Kim Orths feelings are as mixed as her mud judging from this picture by Jo Stewart GlobeGazette staff photog rapher The mud is delight fully cool andsquishy but its kind of ishy too Cleaning Kim up afterward was no problem mother just turned the hose on her See how Miss Orth docs her baking on a hot day adding a tossed sal ad for a i 3 possibles for British party head AP With Ed ward Heath and Reginald Mau dling the leading contenders Britains Conservative party began preparations Friday t electa newv party leader Former Prime Minister Sir DouglasHome laid dowi the party reins Thursday night bowing to criticism that ha steadily mounted since the La bor party defeated his forces in the October general election He had succeeded Harold MacMil lan as party leader and prime minister in October 1963 Both Heath 49 and Maudlins 48 are formidable opponents ir the battle to win the support ol a decisive majority of thepar tys 303 members in the House of Commons Christopher Soames 44yearold soninlaw of the late Sir Winston Church ill was considered a possible compromise choice The Conservatives are looking for a man to match Prime Min ister Harold Wilsons rapier ongue in the daily cut and hrust of debate in Commons The party has no deep ideologi cal divisions but younger mem aers especially felt Douglas Home lacked both drama and needed streak of ruthlessness Heath a foreign policy exper regarded as DouglasHomes protege and one of the fiercest debaters in Commons was the front runner in Londons betting handbooks at odds of 46 mean ing a backer had to stake pounds to win 4 He is a bachelor a factor some party members believe counts against him And his more vocal supporters upse1 other Conservatives with press ing demands that Douglas Home step down Maudling former treasury chief has the right family man image with an attractive ex actress wife a pretty daughter with her own stage ambitions and three schoolboy sons Phillis Diller says she divorce Fang1 PEORIA III AP Philli Diller comedienne who say shed rather switch tha fight Friday announced plan to get a divorce Mrs Diller 48 said her at torney in St Louis is preparin divorce papers against her hu hand of 25 years Sherwood Di ler on incompatibility grounds The whiteshocked cntertaine is appearing at a fair in Peoria She used the switch line in he routine Later she explaine that it means only shutting o the switching t another husband Its just a case of not gettin along1 she said Mrs Diller who lives in Web ster Groves Mo said she in tends to move to Los Angele and her children with her use ia expected to win uick approval in the Sen te and House next week The rent subsidy proposal to ost million generated lost of the argument about the ill and section did not ome out of Congress exactly as resident Johnson and his lousing advisersproposed To be eligible for the rent sub idy persons would have to meet toe same income qualifi cations that apply to those ad mitted to public housing These iepend on family size and vary roni place to place They are letermined by local housing officials income limitation alters lie effect of thesubsidy pro ram substantially from what the administration originally reposed It projected the subsi ies as ahelp for persons not so eprived financially as to quali y for public housing but still nable to obtain in their com munities adequate and sanitary ousing for what they could af ord The subsidies as provided ia he bill would be the difference etween a fairrent and 25 per ent of family income This is lot quite as generous as the ad ministration proposal to provide tie amount above 20 per cent of ncome The government would pay his part of therent to nonprofit rganizations building or buying lousing units None of the subsi ies would go to the private andlords Sponsors said it may be two to hree years before large volume onstruction of the housing units an be completed but effects vill be felt to some extent much ooner because the bill author zes the purchase of existing lousing units for the program The bill also carries author zation for a millionayear program to provide 240000 addi ional low rent public housing units in a fouryear period ome of the units would be ob ained by purchase or rental of existing buildings The bill also authorizes illion more for urban renewal rants requested by the Presi dent to continue in the next four ears the program of slum eradication and community de velopment The measure would allow low er down payments for homes purchased by war veterans ncluding those of the cold war and servicemen under feder ally insured mortgages War veterans and those certified to have served on hazardous duty could get their insured mort gages with no down payments One urban renewal provision would increase from million to million the amount avail able for property rehabilitation loans SAME
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