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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 15, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Jump in Commie territory To establish The newspaper that makes all North I owans neighbors U S base South Viet Thousands of US troopers and Vietnamese Wednesd territory about imtes north of a spokesman said so the R the US Army Brigade are taking part in joint operation launched in an are long under guerrilla control The spokesman said nt majo the allied forces sniper fire He reported no US casualty but said Australian and New Zealand troops on the operation look light losses The area being cleared was ear the district town of Ben at 30 miles north of Saigon in Binh Duong Province US advisers parachuted Tuesday with llOO Vietnamese just northeast of Ben Cat in one phase of the operation In anoth er part US paratroopers and New Zealand and Australian contingents reached Ben Cat by convoy along Highway 13 on which the Viet Cong have pulled many bloody ambushes One truck in the convoy blew up after strikinga mine and inflicted the casualties on the New Zcalanders The parachute jump was made in driving rain and was the first by Vietnamese para troopers since last year In the air war another flight of B52 bombers from Guam hil a suspected Viet Cong install lion in Sone D 30 miles nortl east of Saigon in Bien Ho Province It was the 24th ar nounced raid by the big plane of the US Strategic Air Com mand A US Navy plane on a strik in South Viet Nam crashed a sea 145 miles southwest of Sa gon and the pilot was presume dead Seventeen Americans wer killed in action during the wee ending Sept 11 a militar spokesman said Fiftyeight qth ers were wounded US and Vietnamese wa planes flew 291 missions agains suspected Viet Cong positippsi South Viet Nam in the 23hdu period ending Wednesday Resignations submitted by LBJ aides WASHINGTON AP Th White House announced Wed nesday the resignation of two o President Johnsons key assist writer Richard N Goodwin arid Cabinet Secretarj Horace Busby Jr Both will return to private life Goodwin to join the staf of the Center for Advanced Studies at Wesleyan University Middletown Conn and Busby as a management consultant in Washington Press secretary Bill D Moy ers said Johnson accepted the resignations reluctantly anc regretfully Goodwin 34 once was a White House assistant to Presi dent JohnF Kennedy and be came a special assistant to Johnson early last year Busby became a special as sistant shortly after Johnson as sumed the presidency A resi dent of Austin Tex Busby has worked for Johnson on and off for nearly 18 years Betsy worst on record NEW ORLEANS La AP Giant Hurricane Betsy which once seemed destined to blow itself out over the open Atlantic only to arc back and smash a billiondollar blow at Louisiana apparently was the most de structive tropical storm since records have been kept Military divers near Baton Rouge still searched for a sunk en barge loaded with 600 tons of lethal chlorine swamped by the massive storm Betsy churned across Louisi ana out of the Gulf of Mexico Thursday blasting with 140 mileanhour winds and causing tidal waves 30 feet high to spill frpm the Mississippi River The known death toll has reached in Louisiana 7 in Florida 4 in Arkansas and 1 in Mississippi North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy through Thursday with occasional Hflfct showers Thursday Slightly cooler Wednesday night in and Thursday in tower Ms Please Turnto Home Edition VOL its MASON IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER IS WS llttc eaeyTMi Consist oi Flv OM Auoctated Presi Full Wlrei No 185 reloss hits Iowa possible ASmasher site Iowa sites one at North and the other at Sunbury m Cedar County Amongpossible sites eliminated from considera tion by the AEC was New Hampton Iowa Critical of policy on Dominican WASHINGTON AP Sen o W Fulbright DArk charac terized US policy in the Do minican crisis as a failure and said Wednesday the principal reason was faulty advice given to the President by his representatives in the Domini can Republic at the time He said President Johnson on the basis of the information and counsel he received could hard ly have acted other than he did But he declared it is very difficult to understand why so much unsound advice was given to him Fulbright chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittee set out his views in a lengthy statement and incorpo rated much of this in a later address to the Seriate The US ambassador in the Dominican Republic when the crisis developed and still at his post there is W Tapley Bennett Jr a career diplomat He be came ambassador to Domingoearly in 1964 Santo Fulbright said US policy was marked by overtimidity in he beginning and overaction n the end of trie crisis He said there were no easy choices Nonetheless it is the task of diplomacy to make wise deci sions when they need to be made and US diplomacy failed o do so in the Dominican cri iis he said He said that while it could not The list disclosed by con gressional sources are the semifinalisls from among 12G original proposals representing more than 200 locations in all but five states The announcement marked the beginning of the stretchrun in the sometimesfrantic race for what Gov Roger D Brani gan of Indiana has termed the scientific prize of the century to mention a rich payoff in payrolls and prestige to the community landing it And the race looms as a cliff hanger The Atomic Energy Commission had been promis ing all along it hoped to select the final winner by the end of this year But it was disclosedl Wednesday the commission now feels it may not be possible to makethe final site selection by that time due to the complexi ties of evaluating the proposals The list announced Wednes day constitutes the locations which in the AECs view most closely fit the commissions criteria for locating the mon strous machine which would be the costliest single scientific installation ever constructed It would be the worlds mos powerful device for further ex plpring the fundamental secrets of matter And thats a ques ot the Fivemen are silhouetted against a back ningHawkeye Lanes in a predawn fire Wed Sprinss be assumed that the United which proponents of atom smashing machines say might eventually have a richpractical payoff in a range from develop ing new sources of energy to making new advances in medi cine and even in weather con trol The proposed device which Congress has not okayed the funds would shaped like a gigantic merrygo for yet be SEN JW FULBRIGHT Raps US Policy tates could have changed the ourse of events the adminis ration did not take advantage f several opportunities in hich it had a chance to do so Fulbright who has differed ith Johnson over policy in the Dominican Republic and in Viet am did not mention the Presi ent by name He directed his riticisms at diplomatic offi als He said that very close to the Beginning of the revolution US Kilicymakers decided that it lould not be allowed to suc eed This decision seems to me to ave been based on exaggerated stimates of Communist in uence in the rebel movement nd on distaste for the return o power of Juan Bosch or of a overnment controlled by oschs party the PRO Do ninican Revolutionary continued f On the basis of fragmentary vidence of Communist partici ation the United States as umed almost from the begin ng that the revolution was ommunistdominated or would ertainly become so It apparently never occurred anyone that the United States ould also attempt to influence he course which therevolution aok We misread prevailing ndencies in Latin America by verlooking or ignoring the fact iat any reform movement likely to attract Communist upport The principal reason for the lilure of American policy in anto Domingo was faulty ad ce given to the President by s representatives in theDo linican Republic at the lime acute crisis round nearly a mile in diameter requiring six to eight years to build and to million a year to operate It would accelerate atom smashing subnuclear projec tiles to energies of 200 billion electron volts nearly sev en times the energy packed by the worlds presently most pow erful operating atomsmasher also an American one Approximately 2300 scientists and other technicans would be employed to run it and about 1000 more would visit it yearly to perform experiments The North Liberty Iowa site as proposed includes 4159 acres owned the US government and 34 private tracts containing 3354 acres for a total of 7513 acres Much of the federally owned land has been leased to farmers The rest is used for recreation and a game preserve The proposed Sunbury Iowa site is just across the county line in northwest Scott County It consists of 3337 acres of farmland with another 3492 acres of adjoining farmland which backers of this location say could be made available An Iowa delegation asked the Atomic Energy Commission to locate the laboratory in Iowa in a visit to Washington last July Asks LBJ to help in halting war RAWALPINDI Pakistan AP President Mohammed Ayub Khan invited President Johnson Wednesday to bring the power of the United States to bear in halting the war be tween India and Pakistan The United States can play a very definite role by telling In dia and Pakistan she will not Blaze at Nora Springs Bowling alley is destroyed By DAVE McMILLEN NORA SPRINGS fire of undetermined origin destroyed the Hawkeye Lanes bowling and eating establishment in a pre dawn blaze here Wednesday Robert Pederson owner of the eight lane building said the structure had cost to build six years ago Pederson purchased it in 1960 The loss was covered by insurance he said The fire was discovered about am by Dave McGeeof Mason City McGee said that he was traveling west toward Mason City on Highway 18 when he noticed flames leaping from the roof at the east end of the building The building is located along Highway 18 at the east edge of Nora Springs McGee said he drove on into ora Springs and called the Nora Springs Fire Department When firemen arrived the en lire southeast corner of the 150 A fireman from Nora bpnngs plays a streamof water on embers of the Hawkeye Lanes several hours after fire destroyed the establishment Only parts of the concrete block walls are standing by 50 foot concrete block struc ture was afire Firemen were unable to con tain the blaze and within an hour the entire building was in flames Pederson had closed the establishment about hour before the fire 21 Inside The Globe MASON CITY moves to ward federal aid for com munity development Page 31 Editorials Society news 678 Clear Lake news I Sports T9M Comics 2 North Iowa news Mason City news 3031 Latest markets 30 Classified pages 3435 Soninlaw of Governor is bound over DBS MOINES AP Three men one a soninlaw of Gov Harold Hughes have been bound over to the Polk County grand jury on charges of lar ceny in the night time The three are Dennis Richard Otto 23 Johnnie Dean Meyer 20 and Anthony Brugioni 25 all of Des Moines Otto is married to Hughes daughter At a preliminary hearing Tuesday Municipal Court Judge Harry Grund reduced bond for the three from to each Police said Otto was driving a car seen leaving the Iowa Road Builders Inc plant here Aug 27 with a quantity of wire in the trunk Handicapped work force will double stand for this struggle he told reporters She could have brought it a solution about j 1962 and could have brought about today In New Delhi Foreign Minis ter Swaran Singh said UN Sec U Thant had ecn unable to achieve even emporary peace and Indian covered half an was dis By JAMES R OWENS The Easter Seal Society shel ered workshop in Mason City s planning to double its work orce growing to ah industry with estimated gross income of 42500 in the next 12 months Starting next week 20 to 25 more seriously handicapped nersons are to be hired as part f the expansion program There now are 25 workers in tie sheltered workshop The expansion is based on tew packaging work to be done or Metalcraft Inc of Mason ity Executive wrist calen ars small metal monthly cal ndars with tabs for attachment o watch bands are to be pack ged in a variety of ways The estimated income to the enter is not all to be from tfetalcraft since the sheltered has continuing work rrangements with several other rms While gross income for Hie seal year starting this month s expected to be about X it could vary from a pos ible low of to a pos ible high of accord ng to William Otterman cen director The Cerro Gordo County East r Seal Society board approved he Metalcraft contract and worKsnop expansion plans Tuesday in a meeting at the Easier Seal Center 19 1st SW The center is the site of the sheltered workshop as well as the societys other facilities Otterman urged that any seriouslyhandicapped person interested in employment contact him at the Easter Seal Center immediately cither in person by mail or by calling phone number 4233301 Workers can be accepted from throughout North Iowa said but those from outside Mason City will have to arrange their own housing Handicaps can be either physical or mental Those employed should be so seriously handicapped as to make them unemployable in normal business places Pay to workers in the sheltered workshop is on a piecework basis The piecework rate WORKSHOP Please torn to Page 2 Select Fort Dodge site for distillery FORT DODGE first whisky million be lo catcd on a 21acre tract on th southeast edge of Fort Dodge it was announced Wednesday Plans were announced at news conference by Beavc Creek Distillery Inc a newl1 formed company with 25 incor porators headed by Paul V Learning 68 owner of the Lea ming Ranch on Beaver Creek east of Pern Sets up synod of bishops VATirAW PTTV j VATICAN CITY AP Pope VI issued an official document Wednesday setting up a world wide synod of bishops and spell ing out how it will help him govern the Roman Catholic Church The document was read to the approximately 2500 pre lates in St Peters Basilica at their first working meeting of the fourth and final session of the Vatican Ecumenical Coun cil The Pope announced Tuesday that he would create the synod The document stated that the synod answers the Popes need a central organization to bring him into closer contact with bishops around the world The official name of the body will be Synod of the Bishops It will meet in ordinary extra ordinary or special meetings wherever and whenever the Pope sees fit Most of the members whose total number was not specified will be bishops actively in charge of dioceses and archdio ceses One tyshop will be chosen from each national bishops Von ference that has 25 members or fewer two from each confer ence with 50 or under three from each conference with 100 or under four from each con ference with more than 100 bishops The United Stales Italy Bra zil and nearly a dozen other countries have more than 100 bishops and will thus have four members of the synod After the reading of the papal document bishops of the coun cil began debate on the religious liberty document which has caused one of the widest con troversies in the 3ycarold coun cil The company will make and bottle whisky and eventually vodka and gin under the Bca vcr Creek brand name Al the outset however the distillery will buy 8yearold whisky elsewhere and sell it un til the Iowamade product is properly aged Three steps are planned here 1 construct a rectifying plant where spirits will be blended and bottled 2 a grain process ing distillery and 3 a grain defensive operations must con inue with unabated vigor Singh spoke at a news confer nce shortly after Thant left New Delhi expressing belief the desire of both sides to stop the fighting and find a peaceful solution has become stronger Thant headed back to New York by plane to report to the UN Security Council on his attempt to halt the fighting Despite Singhs pessimistic view of Ayub Khans statement officials in Washington thought the Pakistan presidents appeal for US help might offer a pos sible new opening to end the fighting Thant left New Delhi by on the first leg of his home ward journey to report to the UN Security Council on his at tempt to halt the fighting be tween the two neighboring na tions Thant will not stop over in either Pakistans capital of Ra walpindi or Moscow to discuss his peace mission a spokesman said Thant was reported to have communicated with the Pakis tani government during the night after meeting Indian Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri A small storage room at the east end of the building was spared from the flames but the remainder of the building was totally burned out Only parts of the concrete block walls were eft standing Nora Springs Fire Chief Lloyd Anderson said the fire appar ntly started in the southeast orner of the building The auto matic electric pinsetters are Jo ated in the east end of the tructurc The eight bowling lanes run rom west to east with acilitics located in the west ortion of the building The main entrance of the building is n the northwest corner Fire men were able lo save records located in the west end of the building A representative of the State Fire Marshals office in D e s processing plant alcohol for industrial Plans for the initial plant call for a 50 by 300foot brick and ce ment block structure just east of the present Felco plant Thir ty persons wilt be hired at the outset of production with a work force of 150200 anticipated when all three steps have been completed expect to begin as soon as the state releases the proceeds of a pub ic sale of 1650000 shares at per share Only lowans will be eligible to buy stock must raise the irst 10 per cent of the mil ion stock issue Members of the board of di L1QUOR Turn to 2 in Thant will fly to Bombay on Indias west coast Thursday and then leave aboard an Air India plane for New Thants proposal for an imme diate cessation of hostilities was reported under consideration by India and Pakistan but neither has yet replied Shastri held an extended Cab inet meeting and delayed scheduled announcement iu Parliament Shastri had been reported earlier seriously con sidering working for a halt in the war Shastri held talks with Thant Tuesday night Indian officials reported Thant then spent much of the night communicating with other countries The Indians said these proba bly were the Soviet Union the United States and Pakistan but a UN spokesman would not comment In the United States Secre tary of State Dean Rusk said the outlook for peace in the In diaPakistan conflict was very grim indeed jii u c a Moines was in Nora Springs Wednesday to investigate Pederson said that he was un decided about rebuilding the es tablishment Firemen from Rudd and Ma son City assisted the Nora Springs department in battlin the fire Antipoverty bill returned to Senators WASHINGTON AP The House balked Wednesday at a provision removing the gover nors veto power over antipov erty projects and sent a billion authorization bill back to the Senate By a vote of 20817 the House adopted a motion by Rep Wil liam H Ayres ROhio calling on the House conferees to insist that a mild form of veto ap proved earlier by the House be retained in the final bill The house version would have given governors the veto power over community action and worktraining projects in their states but authorized the direc tor of the program to override such vetoes The Senate stripped all veto power over the two types of projects from its bill SAME A   

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