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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The ntwspoptr that makts all North lowans neighbors Home EdiBon VOL its MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST M 1HS Paper CauiiU X Associated Press FuU Wires No 145 News in a nutshell Chase ghost satellite BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Toddy in Washington Subversion increasing in Latin America i i ITiii i rrt 1 rirt A f f 1 CI1 WASHINGTON Concern over a buildup of Communist activity in Latin America strained optimism over the Viet Cong war siti tiation a presidential veto and a busy week for Congress top todays news from the nations f capital Latin America Communists US officials are expressing deep concern over a buildup of Communist activity in Latin America Communist bombings demonstrations ings kidnapings riots and subversion have inr creased in the past four months and that things appear to be getting worse reports AP news5 man Ben V Meyer The principal attack is centered in three Peru and Venezuela Com munistled guerrilla bands have also been active in Guatemala Military Bases Rep L Mendel Rivers a principal architect of the effort to reconstruct administration power to shut military bases in dicates that no effort will be made to try to I override President Johnsons veto of a big mili tary construction bill that contained the re striction Rivers a South CarolinaDemocrat said his i House Armed Services Committee will get I busy as fast as conditions warrant to prepare a new with which both the President and Congress can live The Viet Nam war An air of cautious op timism about the war in Viet Nam is rising within the Johnson administration AP military writer Elton C Fay writes in the AP news analysis Fay reports it is being fed by such factors as the buildup of U strength as 1 shown in last weeks battle Tof Chu Lai and the effect on North VietNamseconomy of US bombing attacks On theother hand hesays the successes and trends are still dwarfed by the massive setbacks of the past year or two Congress The House and Senate begin an other busyWeek Mondayin their to end the present congressional session by midSep tGiYibcv The House takes up the administrations immigration bill Tuesday The higher education act is also on the weeks schedule In the Senate emphasis will be on money matters A public works bill the compromise foreign aid authoriza tion and a defense appropriation in t eluding billion for the war in Viet Nam are among measures slated for consideration FordJohnson House Republican Leader Gerald R Ford says he believes President Johnson is systematically setting out behind the scenes to destroy the Republican leadership in thfisHouse In aninterview Ford gave this reason 1 think he sees were beginning to get our mes sage across that the people around the coun try are understanding the need for a strong twoparty system Free Society Denison Kitchel president of n Barry Goldwaters Free Society Association sayshe expects the new conservative group to enlist 100000 members by the end of the year He declined to reveal its current membership Although most of the members now are conservative Republicans Kitchel said he hopes to have Democrats and independents too He said he thinks the association will not hurt the Republican party financially and will help it philosophically Goldwater is honorary chairman of the group Detained in Viet Nam There are 17 names on the Defense Departments list of US serv icemen detained by the North Vietnamese Communists Since there has been no formal J declaration of war they cannot be listed as prisoners of war Moon claims More than 200 persons have filed claims with the Interior Departments Bu reau of Land Management for parts of th e moon sun or other planets beyond earth EDITORS U S attention focused mostly on Viet Nam Communists have been busy in Latin America Heres a revealing report on some grim problems south of the border By BEN FMEYER WASHINGTON AP Four months ago the State Depart ment informed a congressional Draft up 10 times in Iowa Eleven leave Mason City DES MOfNES Iowas September draft call of abou 600 men will be the highes since the Korean War Col Glenn Bowles state selective service director said Monday He said some 19 year old probably will be called in Sep tember Most of the 306 lowan drafted this month he said were 20 years old committee that the threat of increased Communist activity in Latin America is very much with us Difficult and dangerous days still lie ahead the department added Since then a buildup in Com munist bombings killings kid napings riots demonstrations and subversion has been report ed US officials privately ex press deep concern over the sit uation They say it appears things are going to get worse Three key South American nations Colombia Peru and Venezuela have come under intensified attack Guerrilla bands Communistled are in Guatemala A state of siege prevails in Colombia Troubled areas of Peru are under virtual martial law and nationwide a state of emergency and suspension of constitutional rights have been declared twice Venezuela has struck back with widespread arrests of Communists and their followers So far the violence of the Communist campaign appears concentrated in these four coun tries But as the Central Intelli gence Agency told the same congressional group the House Foreign Affairs subconv mittee on Latin America oth er nations are not being over looked in the campaign it said is generated chiefly in Communist Cuba The Communist dictatorship of Fidel Castro spent more than a million dollars on subversion and violence in Venezuela alone REDS Please Turn to 2 Because of the Viet Nam cr sis yearago when the state was drafting about 65 persons a month Bowles said He added that the October call now is estimated at 660 men but this could be revised either up or down Bowles said the number of men inducted from any individ ual county varies considerably because the state tries to draft persons of about the same age each month In one particular month he said some counties may have more persons in a given age than do other counties Eleven men left Mason City Monday for induction into the US Army They represent the August draft from the Cerro Gordo County Selective Service Board The men are Gerald Kollman 708 llth NE LarryN Shook Clear Lake Harold J Schipper Jr 307 24th SW Dwight E Coty 219 4th SW Dennis R Boelman Me servey Curtis N Trehil 2306 23rd SWDelbert J Fish 1021 N Polk Alan J Muson Ven 1 tura Spencer W Weaver Route p 2 Kenneth L Stevens Route 3 I and Steven J Hemmingstad 9 9th NE f See British election for late September LONDON AP The British government probably will call a special election in late Septem UNITED STATES Cuba Flnancai Subvtnlyt Activity throughout South American Continent Gutrrllta Bandt Acfive In Guatamala DOMINICAN HONDURAS In Venexuela EL SALVADOR BRITISH GUIANA SURINAM FttfNCH GUIANA Baffle In Central America Sfato of Slope In Colombia Rio de Janeiro Perus Troubled Under Martial Law PARAGUAY SOUTH AMERICA ARGENTINA Warplanes hit dam site SAIGON South Viet Nam US var planes pounded a hydroelectric plant and dam site n North Viet Nam Monday for the third successive lay a US military spokesman said Striking the Ban Thach plant twice pilots saic they damaged a age generator building and fl Moon data insufficient Approval given for 47 orbits Mission of 8days likely SPACE CENTER Houston Tex Gemini 5 astro nauts began chasing a phantom satellite across the skies Mon day as they swept through the third day of their marathon space flight As L Gordon Cooper Jr and Charles Conrad Jr neared the million mile mark of their jour ey they were reported well ested after sound sleeps and in xccllcnt physical condition dam 80 miles southwest Hanoi Eight Air Force F4s eight F104 Starfighters and four sup port aircraft bombed the plant this afternoon after four other Phantoms hit it earlier in the day Heavy damage was reported inflicted on the same target in two raids over the weekend The site was first bombed Sat urday in what was described as the first dam reported struck by strikes in planes since air North Viet Nam be gan more than six months ago All of the planes returned safe TARGETS FOR COMMUNISM US attention has been focused on the shooting war in South Viet Nam Latin American Commu nists inspired or financed by Cas tros Cuba have been carrying on an intense campaign of subversion in Latin America In at least four countries Venezuela Peru Colombia Photofax and Guatemala shaded on this subversion has taken the form of armed insurrection widespread rioting bombing and sabotage The Central Intelligence Agency reports that other Latin American countries are also beginning to feel the sting of subversion y from the latest spokesman said strike the MOSCOW head of the Soviet space program said Monday a great deal remains to be learned before we can talk of landing a man on the moon r a planet Dr Mstislav Keldysh said it s not even possible now to choose a landing site on the moon because there is insuffi cient information A highspirited Conrad even iroke into an impromptu song than 100 miles above the arth Over the ocean over the lue heres Gemini 5 singing o you Flight controllers were confi dent the mission could continue ts full eight days which would eclipse the Russian man in space record by three days By am CDT Gemini 5 had completed 32 orbits The pursuit of the ghostly sat ellite was a rehearsal for the Gemini 6 flight scheduled in Oc tober On that mission Astro nauts Walter M Schirra Jr and Thomas P Stafford will attempt to rendezvous and link up with an satellite launched by an AtlasAgena rocket The spokesman said no flood ing was reported following eith er raid In another strike 16 Thunder within 31 miles of China hitting a bridge 42 miles northnortheas of Dien Bien Phu US planes penetrated to within 30 miles o the border on a previous rai chiefs flew Communist military ported In the Armys biggest High court orders hearing on remap spokesmen have re ground war the US Division made it 1st kill so far in the Vie Success of would of the the salvage at rendezvous maneuver least part experiment Man is approaching inter planetary travel Keldysh said but it would be bad if he let himself be carried awayif he acted on the basis of insuffi cient information Keldysh president of the So viet Academy of Sciences de plored the exaggerated inter est in the world in putting a man on the moon More basic problems involve acquiring more scientific information on the universe and qn interplane Nam 25 Viet Cong guerril las in a search and destroy op last Thursday and Fri US spokesman an oration day a nounccd The spokesman said the 18th tary travel he said I am convinced that no one can fix a realistic date for get ting a man to the moon Kel Maybe I am Slates has an dysh added wrong The United DBS MOINES AP The Iowa Supreme Court ordered the Polk County District Court Monday to hear as soon as pos member of death Sun the Federal Court case asking that the Federal Court hold any decision in abeyance until the state courts have a chance to act ber to replace a Parliament whose day reduced Labors majority in the House of Commons Prime Minister Harold Wilson wants to fill the seat held by Norman Dodds before Parlia ment reconvenes Nov 9 parlia mentary sources said Dodds 61 died in a Dartford Capital quotes hospital after treatment heart and lung ailments for sible a suit challenging con stitutionality of the Iowa Leg The Iowa Supreme Court said jthe federal courts should yield to state courts on reapportion ment controversies We believe the true rule in reapportionment matters to be that federal courts should grant priority to state courts acting promptly the opinion said The opinion added that the Federal Court should retain its jurisdiction to determine wheth er state courts were acting promptly Polk County District Court suiuuonaiuy 01 me ucgj islatures temporary apportionj ment In a unanimous opinion writ ten by Justice T Eugene Thorn ton the Supreme Court said the trial court erred in dismissing the suit filed by a group of lowans headed by Mrs Eliza beth Kruidenier of Des Moines It directed the Pelk County District court to give this case first priority It should be heard at the earliest possible date Mrs Kruideniers group con tends the temporary apportion The attorney for Mrs Krui deniers group David Belin of Des Moines had asked the Su preme Court to rule whether the emporary apportionment vio lates the one man one vote rule laid down by the US Su preme Court a year ago last June nounced a target for a man on the moon in 1969 The head of the US program Dr Joseph Shea said last June continued Apollo program of earth orbits could advance that date to 1968 Keldyshs comments came at a news conference on details of A U S Marine patrol wiped Zond 3 the Soviet sPace Probe out a threeman Viet Cong morthat took pictures July 20 of the tar team Sunday just as it was battalion of the Big Red One also wounded three Viet Cong and captured seven in the oper ation northwest of Nha Trang 200 miles northeast of Saigon US casualties as light were described Serenades f he earth below SPACE CENTER HOUS TON Tex S as tronaut Charles Conrad broke into impromptu song Monday playfully serenading the slow ly turning earth Gemini control told Conred he was sure doing let of talking What would you rath er have song Conrad asked from 100 miles in space And then he turned on his tenor voice with these lyrics Over the ocean over the blue Heres Gemini 5 sing ing to you Command Pilot L Gordon Cooper Jr commented that his colleague sang slightly off key getting ready to launch an at tack a spokesman announced He said the Leathernecks used an m79 grenade launcher in the operation 4 miles south of the Da Nang air base 380 miles north of Saigon moons far side KEENA DIES GREAT NECK NY AP Martin J Keena 64 a vice president of the American Stock Exchange died Sunday in Man hasset Medical Center President Johnson In vetoing the military construction bill the President cannot sign into law a bill which substantially inhibits him Gerald R Ford Our mail is running 10 to 1 in favor of my standing up and not being browbeaten by the WhlDeniaoneKitchel president of the Free So cietv Association We want to build up a po litical philosophy that has almost gone by the beards by default Capital footnotes White House acquires oil portrait of Elea l nor Roosevelt by Douglas Chander to hang in executive mansion with other First Lady pic tlires feuding continues over efforts to chance proposed location for John F Kennedy renter for the Performing Arts Australia ijermiasion to build multimilliondollar chancery about eight blocks from White House Inside The Globe North Iowa newt Society news Mason City news 1011 Latest markets 11 Sports 1314 Clear Lake news 16171I19 Classified pages 2921 SAME OATE1W45M ment plans adopted by the 1964 special session and the 1965 reg ular session of the legislature are unconstitutional because icy do not provide for subdis ricting of counties or districts lecting more than one state enator or representative Polk County District Court Judge Harry Perkins dismissed he suit upholding the argu ment of State Solicitor General Timothy McCarthy that the stale courts should not take urisdiction of the case while he same subject matter is un der consideration in a similar suit before the US District Court was told the move quickly on the matter because of the con tention by Mrs Kruideniers group that if their suit is up held a special session of the legislature probably would have to be called to draw up a new reapportionment plan The Iowa Supreme Court dk not rule on the merits of the Kruidenier suit The Federal Sept 2 as the Court has set date for argu ments on whether the tempora ry reapportionment plan adopt ed by the 1965 legislature meets court guidelines Mrs KrvWenJors group has filed a petition of intervention in Pope throws party for 200 seminarians CASTEL GONDOLFO Hal Paul VI gave a party Sunday at his summe villa for some 200 foreign sem inarians staying nearby The white robed pontif walked among the seminarian chatting ai they strolled in th gardens Ice cream and sof drinks were served Cooper and Conrad had planned with a satellite which they eject ed from their spacecraft on Sat urday the first day of the flight A power system problem in Gemini 5 forced them to aban don the attempt tc maneuver to within 20 feet of that satellite which carried electronic devices to aid them By the time the power situation had stabilized their private satellite was sev eral hundred miles away and no longer had operating batteries The substitute space chase be gan at am CST Monday when Gemini 5 make believe Agena were assumed to be about 477 miles apart with the Agena in front Command Pilot Cooper initiat ed the pursuit by firing slow down thrusters to reduce his greater than 17500 mileanhour speed by about 13 miles an hour It was right on the money Cooper said after the firing This dropped the high point of the Gemini 5 orbital path from 207 miles to about 193 The low point remained at 103 miles The phantom Agena was as sumed to be in an orbit ranging from 142 to 200 miles Cooper planned three more maneuvers over a hour pe GEMINI Please Turn to Page 1 INFLIGHT EXERCISE This cutaway drawing of t h e Gemini5 spacecraft shows one of the astro nauts exercising with an elastic bungee cord to overcome the de teriorating effects of weightlessness Both Command Pilot L Gordon Pholofax Cooper Jr and pilot Charles Conrad Jr will exercise with the cord four times a day Doctors said the 60 pound pull on the cord is an effort to make the heart work harder in the easyliving space environment of weightless and inactivity North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair end warmer Monday night in mid Sto Pertly cloudy and warm er Tuesday highs in 70s   

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