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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                I The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA WIDNESDAY JULY M 1945 UOc copyThij Paper CoiuiiU of Four Ont full No 144 raft s call up by LBJ but seeking additional funds lent L mobilize military reserve units House and was carried into mil me reauestine that 11 WASHINGTON AP dent Johnson announced Wed nesday that monthly draft calls will be more than 17000 to order to help increase the US military forces in South Viet Nam from 75 000 to 125000 men Johnson reporting to the na tion on Viet Nam policy talks told a news conference that additional forces will be need ed later and they will be sent But he said he has concluded there is no need at this time to mobilize military reserve units or call any National Guard forces to active duty If that necessity should later be indicated he said I will give the matter careful consid eration and I will give the coun try due and adequate notice be fore acting Expressing American deter mination in Viet Nam Johnson said We will not surrender And we will not retreat The news conference was held in the Bast Room of the White orized Mars that canals exist on NEWSMAN DIES NEW YORK Jen sen 59 a correspondent for Borlingske Tidende a newspa per in Copenhagen plunged to his death Tuesday apartment house from an Photofax DEEP IN study of Presi dent Johnson was made at the Pentagonshortly before the Chief Executive Held anews conference to outline his VietNam policy The President went to the Pentagonto award certificates of merit and thenreturned to the White House for the tele vised conference Claim photos show Mars a dead orb LOS ANGELES AP The Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday that Mariner 4s best pictures of Mars show the red planet apparently is a dead orb similar to the moon The newspaper said it learned that the pictures not yet made public show craters gouged in the surface of the planet but no evidence of ca nals Some astronomers have the Editorials 4 Society news 567 Clear Lake news 1617 Sports 1920 North Iowa newsi 56 Mason City news 3031 Latest markets 30 Indonesia set for Abomb JAKARTA Indonesia Indonesia is likely to explode its first atomic bomb after the secdefinitely by the Chinese as ond AfroAsian conference in Al tor of army arsenals said Wed nesday Brig Gen R Harlonos statefluence at Moscows expense ment in the armed forces news not elaborate on the bomb proj the near future House and was carried into mil lions of homes by radio and tele vision As he has many limes before the President spoke of eager ness to promote peace in South east Asia and he announced an initial assignment for Arthur J Goldberg the new US ambas sador to the United Nations He said I have directed Ambassador Goldberg to go to New York im mediately and to present to the secretarygeneral a letter from me requesting that all the re sources energy and immense prestige of the United Nations be employed to find ways to halt aggression and bring peace inViet Nam Speaking of his own dreams as President Johnson said he wants to promote education equal opportunity better hous ing and improved health And I do not want to see all those hopes the dreams of so many people for so many years ground in the wasteful rav ages of war Johnson pledged that I will do all I can so that never hap pens The President opened the news conference by reading a 1200word statement that grew out of a week of highlevel poli cy talks here on Viet Nam He noted that 15 efforts have been made to start discussions with the Communists aimed at peace all without response But we will persist if per sist we must he said until death and desolation have led to the same conference table where others could not join us at so much smaller cost Johnson said his first goal in Viet Nam is to convince the Communists that we can not be defeated by force of arms In a key passage on he dis patch of increased American manpower to the jungle war the President said I have today ordered to Major crisis for Russians An AP News Analysis By WILLIAM L RYAN AP Special Correspondent The time may be near when the chips will be clown for the Russians in the Viet Nam crisis The Pentagon announcement that US bombers knocked out an antiaircraft missile site and damaged another in North Viet Nam could mean a big step has been taken in escalation the war The Soviets in Vict Nam the air mobile di vision and certain other forces which will raise our fighting strength from 75000 to 125000 men Additional forces will be needed later and they will be sent This will make it neces sary to increase our active fighting forces by raising the monthly draft call from 17000 which it now is to 35000 and stepping up our campaign for voluntary enlistments In advance of the conference there had been much specula stalled the sites and prob ably are manning them From all appearances this is the sort of development the Russians feared The Kremlin felt obliged to install antiair craft missiles sites in North Viet Nam to demonstrate its willing ness to aid a brother Commu nist regime Now the sites have been attacked Will it mean an other confrontation similar to the 1962 Cuban missile crisis when Nikita Khrushchev backed away from a brinkofwar situa development can cause tion The trouble in the Kremlin already involved in jockeying as the re and external suit of internal pressures Perhaps a large section of the Communist world has banked on years of US involvement in a costly Vietnamese war Pek ing at least seemed to be gam bling on it Red China could af ries on the tradition of having stick to beat Moscow for lack of giers next November the directotal to a revolutionary cause and enhancement of Chinese chances to spread in Something new was added paper Ngyatan Bersendjata did when the missile bases were bombed Red China already is diieauy a ect President Sukarno said reccrying that a showdown be ently Indonesia would be captween the people meaning the the in Communists of the world and US imperialism is inevitable Pick Abe Forbas for high court WASHINGTON AP dent Johnson Wednesday riamec Abe two days ago as saying he wanted no government job from president on be a justice of the Supreme Court Fortas 55 and a Washington lawyer will succeed Arthur J Goldberg who formally re signed Monday to become US ambassador to the United Na tions as successor to the late Adlai E Stevenson jOiiison said Fortas was his fiist choice for the high court vacancy Like Goldberg Fortas is a ABE FORTAS Named to High Court ford to be patient to look upon Crg a attrition as a useful tool against Jew Thus the appointment car the United States and at the same time against Soviet in fluence in asia Up to now at relatively small expense Red China seemed the principal beneficiary of a arolonged war It would seem that the longer the localized conflict the more Peking stood to gain through the losses of others TheUnited States so far has paid a price in men material srcstige and propaganda set1 backs in prospective domestic dislocations from increasingly heavy commitments in quar relling at home over policy in he diffusion of US forces and in the impact on US alliances Moscows edgy collective leadership also stood to lose Reliable sources say that apart from the specter of a new missile confrontation the Kremlin feared that SovietUS strains would force big military Dudget increases setbacks to he consumer economy pro gram the use of Viet Nam in justice of that faith Fortas is a close friend and unofficial adviser to the Presi dent His service to presidents jnd unofficial back to New Deal days The appointment was John sons first to the Supreme Court Okay Lodge nomination WASHINGTON Sen ate confirmed by voice vote Wednesday President John sons nomination of Henry Cabot Lodge for second tour of duty as ambassador to Sooth Viet Nam Lodge nomination was approved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Tuesday after he briefed its members for nearly three hours on the Viet Nam crisis plans to return to Saigon the middle of August OUCH An elderly Vietnamese Buddhist monk in robe winces in pain as medic Pfc Fred Owings of San Francisco digs a piece of shrapnel from his leg at Long Huong southeast of Saigon Photofax The old man was among a score of civilians in jured m bombing raid on the village and a pa goda in the mountains U S fets make first attack on Red troops SAIGON Viet Nam AP US warplanes made their first announced direct attack on North Vietnamese troops in North Viet Nam Wednesday They strafed an advancing Com munist force to protect a downed pilot until he could be lifted to safety by helicopter The action 65 miles north of the border followed by 24 hours the first American aerial strikes at Sovietsupplied missile bases in the Hanoi area Military spokesmen said five US Air Force F10S fighter bombers were lost on the strikes Tuesday Pilots reported they destroyed one missile site and damaged another about 40 miles northwest of Hanoi The spokesmen said three of the jets were shot down by con ventional ground fire and two others crashed after colliding down a Navy A4 Skyhawk dursweep under guerrilla fire ing raids on a group of bridges The pilot parachuted North Vietnamese soldiers moved iip a toward the plane but were held off by rock etand cannonfire of a halfdoz en Navy Skyraidcrs the spokes man said Casualties if any among the troops were not de termined A US Air Force helicopter picked up the pilot He was re ported in good condition Meantime US Marines and Vietnamese troops joined in a returned from the raids Planes involved in the action against the North Vietnamese troops were Navy fighterbomb ers from the carrier Midway a spokesman said Newsmen were told mechanical trouble forced Doctors are doubled in rural South Viet WASHINGTON AP The Agency for International Devel opment and a voluntary agency Project Viet Nam have set out to more than double the number rural areas of South Viet Nam Announcing the program Tuesday presidential press sec retary Bill D Moyers said doctors will volunteer for two months service with 20 serving at a time Final action set on union shop measure 1X7 A OUTVrriTWKT mi j j WASHINGTON AP The House moved toward a vole Wednesday on a bill to wipe out state laws banning the union shop one of the most controver sial labor measures to face Congress in many years Democrats were expected to win handily delivering on Pres ident Johnsons pledge to or ganized labor to repeal section J4B of the TaflHartley Act Republicans were expected to try to hang a host of amend ments on the bill that would sharply restrict labor unions in spending money for political purposes or punishing mem bers who oppose union policy Others would tighten union rep resentation elections These will likely be ruled out of order One Democrat Rep Edith Green of Oregon wants to amend the bill to allow any V worker to refuse to join a un ion on religious grounds But under a tight rule adopted at the start of debate Demo crats have virtually restricted the battle to consideration on whether to repeal section 14B Rep H R Gross RIowa charged that repealing section 14B would give unions the pow er to violate workers rights Gross cited the case of Samuel W Berry a nonunion worker at the Rath Packing Co in Wat V erloo Iowa who he said was threatened with beatings mutil ation in a meat chopper and loss of his life In addition Gross said testi mony before the NLRB showed Berry had water and oil poured on him was jabbed with sticks brooms and shovels and was shoved kicked tripped and fin pushed down a flight ol ftairs Gross said the union involved was the AFLCIO United Pack inghouse Workers Democrats argued that no worker can be forced to join a union under a union shop con tract A worker can simply pay the union an amount equivalent to union dues they said The Taft Hartley Act legal izes the union shop except in states that specifically outlaw it under provision of section 14B Nineteen states now have such laws Including Iowa through rice paddies 60 miles south of Da Nang in an attempt to smash Viet Cong forces esti mated to total three battalions They overran the village of Due An in a sweep toward the sea from a helicopter landing zone inland The Marines killed 12 Viet Cong and captured three Amer ican and Vietnamese casualties were termed light First news of the strike against the missile sites came from the Pentagon in Washing ton Tuesday Briefing officers here added some details Wednes day Two of the pilots whose planes were shot down were presumed to have been killed or captured an announcement said while the third was rescued The pilots of the two planes which collided were presumed to have been killed the an nouncement said Radio Hanoi claimed that North Vietnamese gunners shot down six US planes Tuesday and said three American pilots were captured A US military spokesman re ported that another F105 Thun derchief was shot down Tues day on a strike against the Cam Doi barracks 30 miles west northwest of Hanoi The spokes1 man said no parachute was obl served and the pilot was pre sumed killed SAME Photofax MISTAKE OF Vi etnamese machine gunner waves in an attempt to stop the shooting after two gov ernment units mistook each other for the enemy near Phu Loi Tuesday some 40 miles south of Saigon The units lost radio contact with each other while searching for Viet Cong and the 20 minute shooting in cident erupted One American and two wounded Vietnamese were Weather outlook Fair through Thursday Lows Wednesday night in low 50s Highs Thursday around 80 Weather Details on 2 tion about a possible goal of 200000 men in Viet Nam and an order for the muster of Re servists and National Guard units After this past week of de liberations Johnson said I have concluded it is not es sential to order reserve units into service If that necessity should later be indicated I will give the matter careful con sideration and I will give tha country clue and adequata notice before acting Johnson made only a passing iferencc to the mounting cost f the war in Viet Nam He said hat Secretary of Defense Rob rt S McNamara will ask tha enate appropriations commit ee to add a limited amount to resent legislation to help meet art of this new cost Johnson indicated that ajsup lemental defense appropria on measure involving mora loney would be sent to Con ress next January These steps like our actions the past he said are arefully measured to do what must be done to bring about an nd to aggression and a peace ul settlement We do not want expanding struggle with onsequences no one can fore ce Nor will we bolster or ully or flaunt our power But we will not surrender md we will not retreat He said that pledge is backed iy the determination and ra VIETNAM Please Turn to Page 1 Governors give support to buildup MINNEAPOLIS Minn AP The National Governors Con ference cwent on record Wed nesday with two dissenting Re publican votes endorsing Pres ident Johnsons expansion of U S military strength in South Viet Nam GOP Govs George Romney of Michigan and Mark 0 Hatfield of Oregon voted no on a mo ion of Gov Carl E Sanders Georgia Democrat to support he Presidents position imme diately after Johnsons televised report to the nation on decisions has made in regard to Viet Nam There were some Republican omplaints that the President itill had not furnished sufficient etails as well as expressed lopes that he will be much more specific in a scheduled White House conference with he state executives Thursday afternoon Earlier Nevada Gov Grant lawyer announced that the gov rnors would confer with tha resident on the Viet Nam sit ation Thursday afternoon at tha Vhite House Sawyer chairman of the Na lonal Governors Conference old his colleagues to be ready o leave early Thursday after oon for a 5 pm Washington me briefing by the President The conference ends its busi ess sessions Thursday Prior to the President report n Viet Nam the governors rere expecting him to announce n enlarged draft on American esources and manpower Vice President Hubert H Humphrey told the governors as much Tuesday night in carefully creened words at the blacktie inner that marks the social eak of their annual conference Humphrey cautioned the gov rnors that the decisions John on will announce at a Washing on news Wednesday ill touch the lives of thousands f American families Foundation has option on 103 acres in west Ma son City Page 31 v   

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