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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspoper t ho t makes all North lowans neighbors Edition MASON SEPTEMBER IMS UOc Paper Consists of Two Associated Press Kull Leaso Wires 17S Down Pakistani jets Common affair Road deaths EDITORS NOTE On the in many awaits his So commonplace has death by automobile come that it causes few rip It is a common not reserved for any big holiday but part of the fabric of everyday The following story shows what happened on the nations highways during the 24 hours of Enlisting at faster rate here Figure 50 up per cent Steel negotiators near settlement BV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS So so so pleasantly the car absorbs the Power surges beneath that foot The hands rest lightly on the The highway The engine And then it happens screaming helpless smashing steel and glass and It hardly makes the headlines It is an everyday It be comes more common as the roads spread and the carswarm Take one an ordinary 24 a Mason Citys recruiting offi cers for the armed services re port about a 50 per cent in crease in enlistments since President Johnson ordered a sharp increase in the Enlistments are usually heav ier after school starts in the according to the Army re cruiting but this year the increase is coming The Marine Recruiting Station in Mason City enlisted 12 during the last which was four above even the in creased If enlistments keep on like the Marines will not have to depend on the draft for en said the officer in During the last month the Navy Recruiting Station in Mason City enlisted 18 Four of these were in the Bud dy program and five in the Cache Voluntary enlistments through out the nation have the Associated Press WASHINGTON AP The While House said Friday both sides in the steel negotiations may have actually adjusted their position somewhat to ward making a Press secretary Bill Moy ers said President Johnson was advised that the negotiators are working hard and attempting to reconcile the There were reports earlier that the AFLC10 United Steclwork crs had lowered ils wage de mands Friday for the first time since Johnson called the talks here Monday from Pittsburgh in an attempt to head off a crip pling steel Informed sources said the two sides were about five or six cents The union reportedly had dropped its demand about IVi cents 16 slightly more than 48 cents an hour in increased wag es and fringe benefits over the life of a proposed threeyear The industry earlier here increased its last reported public offer by nearly three cents to about 43 Johnson pressed for a major breakthrough in the emergency negotiations Friday and a source inside the closely guarded talks said theres a good chance he will get But union and industry negoti facing a strike deadline at were Barely had the day in the slumbrous stillness after when a young Wal ter hastened his wife of 21 out to their She was in labor of They headed toward a hospi tal in 15 miles he north on highway 46 Rounding a he veered onto a where a south bound car had halted at a stop away swung He hil only six Schweitzer in fight for life miles from Soon after ward his injured wife delivered a But the newborn died And so did before the sun came A common curtain had risen on a common And when 1 had the figures for the dead were 56 25 teenag ersi 10 two A comparatively moderate a as the cumulative count pushes toward for The number has risen pe cent annually for the last It was in Last were million And the toll the traveling increases and the vehicles The details for as as sembled by The Associated Press from across the offer a precautionary preview to another La bor and its adjoining Back on com mon in Gabon An American heart specialist Friday joined efforts to save Albert ill since David Miller of King flew into this jungle outpost after being sum moned to the bedside of the No Del Prizewinning former assistant of Americas widely known heart Paul Dudley spent seven months in Schweit zers hospital in Miller declined comment on Schweitzers Walter a Swiss physician1 who over medi cal supervision at the jungle hospital in described Schweitzers condition as grad ually though he had a quiet Medical assistance contin he has been in a state of exhaus tion since He declined to amplify and speculate on Schweitzers Other hospital sources were See damp Labor Day for Iowa By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A damp Labor Day weekend was in prospect for the Veather Bureau said the weather should continue Figures for the first full month since action gain for all the forces Marines reported a 20 per cent the Army a 19 per cent Both the Navy and the Air Force said they ex pected to go well beyond their goals for the month when final reports are The draft always has served as a prod for youngmen to sign up with the service of their Voluntary enlistments particularly in Frank Hockey of the Montgom ery County Sheriffs Depart was at a pistol getting some target when he received an anxious telephone call from his Their his bicycle she had not seen him for severa it was after sunset anc she had heard a radio report of an accident involving a boy on a Dont her husband sought to reassure After he had many acci dent investigations and had im pressed their son with safety hed In a a young umden tified boy lay had been walking u his bike across a busy highway when a pickup truck hit Hock making his locatec FATALS turn to 2 Scattered showers will be con ined principally southern owa Friday night and Satur Central Iowa received a soak ing rain early Friday with Win terset getting of an Wil liams Moines 136 anc Ames Low temperatures Friday night should be much like Thurs day night when they variec from 53 at Spencer to 63 a Council Highs Saturday will be in the upper 70s and low Mason City had the state high of 85 North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Satur Friday night in the Highs Saturday in mid Weather on page 2 had the Army and until Johnson announced on July 28 that Selec tive Service goals would be doubled to about a month as part of the military buildup growing out of the war in Viet In data made available to the the Army reported that 821 youths enrolled voluntarily in August an increase of over This brought the Army to per cent of its en listment objective for The Navy said that recruit ing appears to be on the up swing throughout the It said a definite increase in Navy enlistments has been not ed since the Presidents speech regarding draft the larger commitment of armed forces to Viet and the recently signed military pay The Navy predicted that its goal of recruits for Au gust will be topped by more than For the first time in nine the Navy will draw on ne draft next It is cheduled to get men by fiat If the enlistment trend contin the Navy may be able gain to rely entirely on volun eers before In reporting their increase in the Marines said it was not necessarily because of he announced draft The corps did not cite any other beyond saying the rise reflects increased require The corps provided no actual itself to list a 20 per cent The Air Force said it expects to top its August enlistment quo a of men and voiced con fidence it will fill its quota for In which was virtually at an end by the time Johnson announced the draft the Air Force enrolled nearly more young men than the it had planned for that The Air Force has not had recent difficulties in fulfilling manpower requirements through it VICE ADMIRAL DIES PARIS Em ile commander of the Free French forces in World War died Thursday in Toulon navy reported still 5 to 6 cents apart a matter of millions of dol lars a year in labor costs to the The union chipped off about cents from its bringing the total down to slightly more than 48 cents an hour in wages and fringe bene fits spread over three said the source inside the The industry earlier had boos ted its offer by nearly 2to cents to a package of about 43 informed sources Farm bill cleared by committee WASHINGTON AP The enate Agriculture Committee las cleared a farm bill that lashes with the measure assed by the House and with administration The inevitable result will be a congressional squabble that may impede Congress drive to ward By administration estimates the bill that won committee ap proval Thursday by a 123 vote would result in costlier cotton and wheat programs than thos approved by the It would shatter administra tion hopes for a cotton plan and peg treasury pay ments to wheat growers higher than the administration wants Committee Chairman Allen squeezed the cotton section through on an S7 Milton a Republican from wheatproduc ing North got unani mous approval for higher price supports for The Senate will take up the bill after its Labor Day The Ellender cotton plan would continue for four years Kashmir fighting picks up Reds urge restraint NEW India API India claimed its forces shot down two built Pakistani jet fighters in fresh fighting that erupted in southwest Kashmir at dawn Pakistan countered that it had shot down an Indian plane and damaged two In a Pakistani news agency quoted an official Pakistani spokesman as saying Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin has written President Moham med Ayub urging re straint in the Kashmir Secretary of State Dean sent appeals to both sides Thursday night to stop the fight Secretary General U Thant has sent similar One Pakistani F86 Sabre Jet was shot down in aerial combat and another was hit by Indian ground fire and crashed in In dian a Defense Minis GUARD PATROLS NATCHEZ Mississippi national guardsmen with rifles with fixed bayonets patrol the streets of as racial ten Photofax sion mounts in this river Over 650 guards men were called in to keep an eye on Natchez racial Bombing turns up Red ammo stock Viet Nam AP Vietnamese troops found heavy stocks of Viet Cong ammunition and about uniforms in a wooded area near Saigon churned up Thursday by a satu ration bombing of B52 a spokesman said A reinforced company scouted the 20 miles northnorth west of without running into either live opposition or finding guerrilla dead from the It was how that this 17th strike of the eightengine Strategic Air Com mand craft was on Guerrilla ground fire downed a troopcarrying Army heli copter on its way to the bombed The spokesman said there were no The number aboard was withheld for secur ity reasons but such craft can carry from 10 to 12 In the Da Nang about Marines began landing Thursday night as their group Push home rule onto House floor WASHINGTON AP shortly after the 218th signature the last one placed Friday on a petition to force to the House floor a bill that would let Wash ingtons citizens elect their own The final signer was George His signature brought the number on the petition to a majority of the It also served to freeze the list so that any sign ers could no longer remove their names from the The aimed at giving the capital city home rule for the first time since was House met at The Senatepassed hill now can reach the House floor Sept But even before il can get the House will be Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 567 Mason City news 1011 Latest markets Clear Lake news 11 12 Classified pages commander declared We Drought all we need to stay and The coming off four Mavy vessels with their equip landed at Chu 50 miles south of Da the big Air base 380 miles north of A week service rolls showed Marines in Viet The new bring ing the figure to arc part of the continuing buildup of Marine forces in the Da Nang The military manpower goal announced by President Johnson is As of the total was This included Marine Air Force and Coast Guard A Marine Corps spokesman Pm lo anl Sports 1314 TV section 15U 181 price supports on cotton at or near the current 29 cents a pound for producers who stay within acreage The Louisianian said his pro gram is aimed at reducing the 15 million bale surplus of Agriculture Department offi cials said it would cost mil lion more a year than the House million compared with The cotton program cost an Guardsmen keep watch on Natchez AP Pa trolling National an early curfew and a ban on liq uor imposed calm on this Mis sissippi River bluff city Friday first lull since a Negro leader was hurt in a boobytrap bombing a week Guardsmen rode the deserted streets in Bayonets flick ered under street Few cars were Curfew was 10 said the arriving Leathernecks are part of the Marine Corps Aircraft Group Elements include three medium helicopter units along a heavy heli copter contingent and observa tion presented with a competing billi In a terrorist hurled a that would give most of the capgrenade at the main gale of a ital back to the State of Mary The fight over rule for the District of Columbia took this dramatic turn Thursday as President Johnson and Demo cratic leaders pulled out the stops trying line up House members to sign the discharge Walter slate adjutant look pcr command of the 650 Guardsmen who arrived in Ihr cily Well stay just as long Johnson Two reinforced battalions and r medical company moved intc this cily of nn Army installation Thurs day wounding a The city has been on edgi from Paul Army The presumed to be another incident of Viet Cong terrorism against American nil the guard in arms and His condition was described as The attacker since a dynamite bomb last Fri clay exploded beneath the hoot of George Mclcalfcs parked car when he turned on the president of the Ad ams County was chapier reported of Ihi in fair estimated million in the last marketing Youngs wheat plan would as sure producers who comply with acreage or planting limits an price of a bushel on all the wheat they Price supports under present marketing conditions would be about cents a Mil lers and other processors would be required to pay the differ ence between this and a Agriculture Department offi cials estimate the Young plan would cost billion a million more than the esti mated cost of the House The current program costs still to The Senate committees bill would continue unchanged fed eral milk dairy programs and would extend for four with federal pro grams for corn and other feed wool and cropland Reds shoot 5 satellites MOSCOW AP The So viet Union Friday put five Sputniks into orbit around the earth from one carrier Tass The Soviet news agency said the five satellites were of the Cosmos carrying sci entific instruments for space research but no They were numbered Cosmos 80 through The Cosmos program began early in HARRINGTON DIES NEW YORK Har rington for many years Broadway musical comedy died in a suburban nursing mine v try spokesman He also charged that Pakis tani jets strafed a Moslem mosque near the town oE Chhamb at prayer time Quoting reports from Sprina Kashmirs summer he said seven planes strafed the Moslem house pi worship in the Jaurtan area and that 30 to 40 civilians were killed and the mosque was There has been no other men tion by Indian officials of casu military or The aerial the third air clash since Wednesday in southeast was fought over the AknoorChhamb sector of the inside Indian ter the spokesman It was reliably reported that American military officers went to Kashmir to check details of Indias charges about Pakis tans use of American military India claims Americanmade tanks spearheaded the Pakis tani attack that crossed the ternational frontier and the United Nations ceasefire line at dawn Pakistan has received 44ton Patton tanks as well as F86 Sabre and F104 jet fighters un der a military aid India has acknowledged that the Pakistanis struck five miles its but attack was halted deep into claims the after the fall of the towns of Dewa and An unconfirmed report said the Pakistanis attempting to cross rivers in the Chhamb sector and drive for the town of Aknoor and thus cut the impor tant road linking Kash mirs winter with the city of about 45 miles to the May meet on Kashmir UNITED Arthur September president of the Security said Friday he is con sulting other members on whether to have a council meet ing on Kashmir and declined to rule out a weekend Ambassador chief of the talked with reporters after reviewing the Kashmir situation with Secre taryGeneral U Thant for 45 I now will carry on further consultations with other mem bers of the Security said SAME DATE1H4S24   

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