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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                of Guard The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Because of Viet war Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CUY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 WS UOc Consists of Two One Associated Prcsi Vull Leaie Wires No 184 SEA ISLAND Ga Deputy Secretary of Defense Cryus Vance said Tuesday that the proposed reorganizaton of the National Guard should be ef fected as soon as possible be cause of the US commitment in Viet Nam Vance told Southern gover nors at their annual meeting that Army officials have re viewed their proposal for merg ing the Army Reserve and the National Guard in connection with the war in Viet Nam They strongly recommend that the reorganization plan designed as it is to increase us able forces and improve their only be imple mented but be implemented as soon as possible Vance said said that both he and De fense Secretary Robert McNa mara supported the recommen dation for an early merger A Louisiana congress man warned the governors against accepting the Pentagon to war considered plan Protect your rights said Rep Edward F Hebert DLa who preceded Vance to the mic rophone at the 31st annual Southern Governors Confer ence A merger is not in the national interest Hebert said The congressman said the is sue was deadlockedin Senate and House conference commit tees and that the Defense De partment should come up with a proposal that would maintain the integrity of the Guard and the Reserve Hebert said the Defense De partment was holding out the promise of federal funds for the states as a means of controlling the National Guard entirely Vance said the merger would raise the strength of the Nation al Guard from 400000 men to 560000 A temporary buildup of active and Reserve Army forces be cause of Viet Nam will include the addition of one division force three brigades additional helicopter companies and com batservice support units This will require a doubling of calls and very heavy increases in the Armys train ing load he said For certain selected Reserve forces we are raising the readi ness to a level higher than that of present highpriority units Vance responded politely that Roberts remarks were hog wash The governors discussed a Aid Hunt tor gas NEW ORLEANS La President Johnsoiv pumped men money and materials into hurricanetorn Louisiana Tuesday as the New Orleans coroner slashed his estimate of the probable death toll A deadly load of chlorine gas on a sunken barge was still theobject of a widespread search The White House dispatched million as a token start toward helping rejuvenate the tragedystricken state where 52 were known dead Plant were afoot to convert Louisianas antipoverty pro gram into a war on Hurricane Betsy A million dollars was earmarked to put the Youth Corps to work cleaning up the debris Sixty freight carloads of sur plus foods were sent by the De WASHINGTON AP of Agriculture four boys clowning in the backl The flood tides and fierce Medals to crewmen of Gemini 5 Copyright Curtis Publishing Co 1965AP Photofax QUINTS the whole family joining in Mrs Andrew Fischer left lights the candles on a birthday cake for the second anni versary celebration Tuesday of the birth of the quintuplets at Aberdeen SD The father holds quint Margaret The couple has 11 children Other quints are Cathy held on tricycle by her sister Julie Maggie chewing on fingers Mary Ann next to and Jimmie on Other children Denise be tween Julie and Maggie Danny Evelyn Charlotte and Cindy fore who will be 1 Sept 24 IJiJife W M fc m Sik Indian troops win objectives NEW DELHI India declared Tuesday it had won its military objectives in two sectors of West Pakistan Authoritative sources said Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shashi was seriously considering a cessa tion of hostilities There was no assurance that Shastri and UN Sec retaryGeneral U Thant now in New Delhi would be able to agree on a formula for halting the war how Nor was there Pope Paul To plead for peace rt ii 1 winds of Hurricane Betsy in flicted the greatest destruction corned to the capital Louisiana in the states ground President Johnson wel VATICAN CITY IPaul VI Tuesday Vatican Ecumenical ever iNor was there any indication Pakistan was ready to talk peace Thant was reliably reported to have told UN workers in New Delhi that despite their differences India and Pakistan in recent days have shown an interest in stopping the blood shed that began Sept 6 Thant who has visited Paki appears to have won opened backing from the big Councils recordsetting aslr o n a u I s L stormscarred history Gordon Cooper Jr and Charles Coroner Nicholas Chetta con Conrad Jr embarrassing situa Conrads four boys ranging in lion told newsmen late Mon age from 4 to 10 grinned and day night that he had been mis idgeted behind the presidentialhed by poor communications into desk as Johnson presented the preparing for several hundred astronauts with the Exceptional dead from downriver Plaque Service Medal of the National mines Parish Aeronautics and Space Admin istration The astronauts were he fmally reached honored for their eightday the isolated pansh by telephone Gemini 5 flight last month that at 10 pm and only then coul set a record for manned orbits Plaquemines authorities tell him the true story Only 20 not 200 to 250 would be medal presentation in the sent to New Orleans Tuesday fta regional Monday approach to tourism Gov John B Connally of Tex as chairmanof the 31st annual Southern Governors Conference announced a resolution will be introduced Wednesday aiming at some form of joint campaign to boost the South in general rather than particular states Gov Holett C Smith of West Virginia said such a joint cam paign is far from new To il he displayed a fullcol or magazine ad jointly boosting Arkansas Louisiana and Mis sissippi as the changing Mid dle South presidential office was the brief est yet for returned space he roes There was a third Exception al Service Medal winner Dr Charles Berry director of space medicine at the Manned Space Flight Center in Houston was honored for contributions to space medicine Cooper andJConrad were cited for outstanding contributions to the technology of manned space flights In a sense the Conrad boys stole the show Three of them final session telling the Roman jr Catholic bishops he is going to the United Nations in New York to plead for peace which in these days is being wounded land is bleeding The pontiff spoke al a cere Imony in St Peters Basilica be nearly 2500 of his bishops gathered from around the world powers especially the Soviet Union and the United Stales L f Vs fcj L for the fourth and concluding I council session Way peace among men trl lumph peace which in these days is being wounded Soviet Communist party leader Leonid Brezhnev Tuesday call ed again for an end to the fight ing The United States is report ed ready to cut off massive eco nomic aid to the subcontinent until the fighting ceases M Thomas minister of defense production told Parlia ment that India had achieved its objectives in two sectors These he said were on the northern front around the Paki stani cities of Lahore and Sial kol and about 600 miles to the U a J t and is bleeding between peoples south in southeast Pakistan so sorely in need of peace said the Pope for the coronerscare Chetta said he did not know how the rumors started about 200 to 250 deaths This was probably promulgated by an unofficial official the official said said the informa tion was relayed to him by amateur radio operators is a good embarrassing situation he said but added Im very happy the earlier high estimates did not material loss in breakin at Manly MANLY An assortment of guns and shells tools and house hold appliances were taken in a breakin either Monday night or Tuesday morning at the Gamble Store in Manly Owner Richard Cayler estimated the loss at about Ivan Ike Davey Worth County sheriff said the build ing was entered by using bars to pry open a rear door The breakin was discovered shortly before 8 am Tuesday by Cay Icr The loss included five rifles and shotguns a BB gun 40 boxes of shotgun shells two radios three electric coffee per culators and a large assortment said the loss perched behind Johnsons desk one sitting in the presidential chair The fourth stood nearby watching a White House steno typistrecord what was said at the ceremony The presidential call was to be followed by lunch with the Space Sciences Board of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration a motorcade to the Capitol and a welcoming reception at the House oC Repre sentatives During the day Conrad also hope more about their country goodwill begins Wednesday ize Ships searched planes and divers a stretch of Mis sissippi River at Baton Rouge 85 miles upstream for a sunken barge loaded with deadly chlo Turn 2 Tuesday surr of privacy quints Inside The Globe 27 RECEIVE votes in Me serveyThgrnton election Page 18 Editorials Society news Mason City and out six that Cooper to find 12day tour with a trip to the congress of the Interna tional Astronautical Federation at Athens Greece rine The barge with four tanks of the poisonous liquid welded to its hull disappeared with scores of others when Betsy swept past Louisianas capital city The cash damage toll from the destructive storm remains a matter of guesswork Esti mates range upward to a billion dollars S B Turman head of Lykes Bros Steamship Co said ship ping damage alone may give Betsy the dubious distinction of being classed as the worst mari time disaster in peacetime his tory The RedCross raised its dam age total to 1029 homes de By GEORGE MOSES ABERDEEN SD AP traveler driving into Aberdeen from the east sees a big bill board thatreads to Aberdeen home Not until he gets near the bill board can he see the rest of it quints A lush field of corn blocks out reference to Aberdeens most famous inhabitants who reached their second birth day Tuesday adjustment this northeastern South Dakota city of 25000 has made to the Fischers Aberdeen became a famous own the morning that James Andrew Mary Margaret Mary Magdalene Mary Catherine and Mary Ann were born to Andrew J Fischer then a shipping clerk and his wife The quinteclipsing corn is ar odd but apt symbol of the kind Other stops will be at Izmir and Ankara Turkey Addis Ababa Ethiopia Tananarive Malagasy Republic Nairobi Kenya and Lagos and Kano Nigeria No itineraries have been an nounced for the hastily ar ranged tour A NASA official said most of the details have been left to theAmerican offi cials in each country Because of the desire to stress the peaceful aspects of space stroyed 26352 with major dam age 133115 with minor damage 680 trailer homes destroyed 1 147 heavy damage 2050 smal businesses destroyed or heavily damaged LJ47 pleasure and commercial boats destroyed o damaged Uses anothers license Youth own who saw fortune with fame an eager Mary brick Ann St Lukes the red hospital that kept the along world youngsters alive in their firs critical days became the eye o a hurricane of scrambling news men There were those in Aber deen as there would be in any No severe damage from hail storm Light winds helped North Iowapolice or the fire department re escape from serious damage any reports of damage seating a lucrative path to the quints door But Tuesday as the quints turn a healthy happy and nor malaspossible 2 there is no path and no door Further Tuesdays birthday party will be a private one be hind the doors of the 17room ranch home a mile southwest of Aberdeen which the quints made possible A year ago Aberdeen folks most of whom have not to this day seen the quints might have wished for a public whoop up Tuesday Aberdeen is re signed to adjusted to or sympa thetic to depending on who is doing the talking the wall of privacy behind which the Fisch news 89 Latest markets Sports H12 Farm news 13 Clear Lake news 14 Comics 5 Classified U17 North Iowa 18 He said he was going before the UN General Assembly on Oct 4 to bring with respectful homage to the representatives of the nations assembled there a message of peace i As for the council itself where conservative and pro gressive prelates are expected to clash over major topics like religious liberty and modern world problems the Pope said We have nottouched in the speech on any of the themes which will be submitted to the examination of this assembly Our silence has been delib erate It is to be interpreted as a sign of our unwillingness to compromise by any words of Defense Minister Y B Cha van reportedly told members of ers have retreated Whatever there may have a hail storm shortly before 2 pm son City ficials Tuesday according to Ma Weather Bureau of Al Heini a farm industry rep resentative said thehail so far was not enough to damage Hail recorded officially at one inch in diameter at the airport of tools Caylcr was not covered by insurance A cash register containing about in coins also was tak en It was found about one mile south of the junction of High ways 65 and 9 The coins were missing Assisting sheriffs office in the investiga tion were Iowa Highway Patrol man Dale Hoover of Mason City and Clayton Blinkman Manly town marshal exploration the astronauts will travel in civilian clothes al though Cooper is an Air Force lieutenant colonel and Conrad is a Navy commander The astronauts wives and the Cooper daughters Carnal a 16 and Janita 15 will make the tne Conrads four sons 4u w rmmtv accompanied their parents the Worth Washington wiu remain be hind with relatives News guild sets deadline has 3 charges Iwas accompanied by winds of about 15 miles an the Weather Bureau said Officials CLEAR LAKE Jerry Al said hail causes the most dam Peasley19 Mason City was in age when accompanied by wind the county jail Tuesday morn3035 miles an hour ing on three charges filed by the crops unless it might have knocked off some of the bean pods U is a little early to tell but the farmers in this area think the hail did little dam age said Heinz If the hail stones were larger and more of them the crops could easily be damaged been of early dreams of easy tourist dollars lured to Aber deen by the quints have van ished If the quints have made even a small bulge in the Aber deen economy it is not appar ent to the casual visitor The four sirls and their broth er have never been put on pub lie display Mrs Fischer occa sionally takes them along when she does an errand downtown but its a rare sight and they stay in the car Five freight cars derailed at Sheffield cars of a 61car Chicagbiand North West ern Railroad Co freight train were derailed a mile north of here about pm Monday Railroad officials still were investigating the cause of the derailment Tuesday The train was the regular freight between Albert Lea Minn and Marshalltown Two of the derailed standing along ours your freedom of opinion with regard to the matters to be presented to you The Pope also announced the establishment of a special syn od of bishops which he will con vene for consultation and col laboration when he sees fit Pope Paul said the episcopal synod would be composed large cars were the track left and the other three were tipped over on their sides The two cars still standing contained newsprint and the three on their sides were haul ly of bishops from the various episcopal conferences around the world The pontiff said the special synod or senate of worldwide bishops would be of use in the daytoday work of the Roman Curia Pope Paul and the 26 prelates with him entered on foot The portable throne was not used for the pontiff In the basilica were diplomats accredited to the Vatican more ban 50 observers from other Christian churches and more than 30 Roman Catholic priests nuns and laymen officially named as council observers I saw them once bubbled a QUINTS Please turn to Page 1 ing lumber About 250 feet of track also were torn up rail road officials reported There were no injuries to the train crew One freight train had to be held in Mason City until the tracks were cleared and repaired Tuesday afternoon Shastris parliamentary party that in any cessation of hostili ties the armies would stay where they are now until details could be worked out According to these reports Thant had been unsuccessful in earlier efforts to persuade each side to drop the conditions they were demanding for a cease fire Both India and Pakistan were claiming victory in ground fighting termed by New Delhi as the heaviest in the war It centered in the Sialkot area about 250 miles northwest of New Delhi the Indian capital and 150 miles southwest of Ra walpindi capital A major tank battle has been raging there Each side has rejected the others conditions it was report ed so Thant switched tactics and strove for a cessation of hostilities He was said to have told both nations the important thing was to stop the fighting before working out a formal ceasefire It was not known tf Pakistan would agree to this formula but observers said Thant had opened a way for both sides to end the bloodshed without losing face Thants hand was apparently strengthened by support from the United States and the Soviet Union The Soviet Union voiced alarm at the conflict and ap pealed anew Monday for both sides to stop fighting before they touch off a world explosion In Washington Secretary of State Dean Rusk said the Soviet The Pope and his concele brants stood around a big been helpful so officials have ad square altar under the basili cas central bronze canopy to say the Mass Twenty were car dinals six were archbishops and bishops All are members of the councils directorate highway patrol The Weather Bureau in Kan He had appeared in Jess Butsas City Tuesday had issued a IMMIIMWA AV tlemans Court Saturday eve severe weather forecast for ex NEW YORK AP American Newspaper The Guild IsUUri OJlluiuaji trc ning on charges of improper treme eastern Nebraska and passing and at that time used a of western and central drivers license issued to DarIowa Weather Bureau spokes rell Lee Olson Mason City He men m Mason City said the was given time to pay the area originally involved was and costs assessed bounded roughly by Lincoln After Olsons name appeared Neb Sioux City Mason City in the GlobeGazette Monday and Ottumwa evening his mother called ButBy pm the forecast had tleman to report that her son j been revised to include only the AFLCIO says it will strike the New York Times Thursday was at home Saturday evening area 60 miles either side of investigation by highway patrol1 line from Kirksyille Mo to 20 man DeWayne Frampton remiles north of Champaign III icw vealed Peasley had made the A squall line preceding a cold 8 am if no contract agreement appearance front which is moving in a east is reached by then r As a result Peasleywas also southeast direction has caused SAME OATf1H4S5t CVteck 1 The guild announced its strike deadline Monday during talks that recessed with no real ac complishment said C Ray mond Hulsert the Times in dustrial relations director taltofi resume Tuesday The charged with improper use of the severe weather Mason City anothers license and was fined officials said and costs or 15 dayi in jail and was charged with having no The Weather Bureau was un lowa registration and fined able to determine the area cov and costs or three days in jail ered by the hail storm early The were not paid Tuesday afternoon Neither FINAL SESSION BEGINS Paul VI second to the left of the crucifix is assisted by 26 other prelates as he celebrates Mass Tuesday in Photofax St Peters Basilica during the opening ceremony of the final session of the Vatican Ecumenical Councy attitude has far Indian mitted privately that it would be hard to resist economic pre ssure from the United States and the Soviet Union for a ceasefire Both India and Pak istan are highly dependent on US aid and many Indian in dustrial projects are financed by the Soviet Union Both the Soviet Union and the United States expressed concern over recent Communist Chinese statements backing Pakistan and accusing India of aggres sion against Pakistan Rusk advised Peking to stay out of the conflict and added I think there are those who feel that China is fishing in these troubled waters North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thun derstorms some locally heavy Tuesday night ending Wednes day morning to be followed by decreasing and cooler Lows Tuesday night in the 50s Highs Wednesday in the Ov   

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