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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Threaten to offer Reds Singapore ba Warning issued to America SINGAPORE AP Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew threat ened Thursday to offer Russia a Singapore military base if the United States takes over the de fense of Malaysia Lee in another bitter anti American outburst declared If the Americansstep into the shoes of the British this place is lost He declared he could get the Russians into this newly inde pendent island state I could make sure that the US 7th Fleet could not use the Singapore Straits he added The strategic Singapore Straits are the gateway from the Pacifib to the Indian Ocean Lee made these remarks to newsmen during an interview at his official residence He said the British withdraw al from Malaysia and Singapore and their replacement by the United States would be a dis aster Lee said he believes Malay sias leaders are convinced that if the British withdrew from their bases here the Ameri cans would come in to protect them And with the American rec ord for picking the most vocal antiCommunists in Southeast Asia I would be certain that the Malay leadership would use the Americans to preserve their position of control he said Lee said he is convinced pow erful Malay extremist politi cians would try to use Ameri can troops to support Malay communal interests against the local ethnic Chinese Report 3 thefts in North Iowa Thefts of varying amounts of money were reported through out North Iowa Thursday The largest amount rant atx schools were reported in St Ansgar anti Charles City V At Rogers Famous Foods Restaurant south of New Hamp ton a furnace air intake screen was pried open Cigarettes also were taken Charles City High School lost about in cash St Ansgar High School in neighboring Mitchell County lost about in cash Supt Harry Eastman at Charles City said the money more than was usually carried was intended for use in making change at a football game Fri day night He said usually only to is kept in the safe The burglars broke a window in a door lo ain entrance then went to a store room and rammed a twaJootsquare hole in the adjoining wall to get to the safe According to Supt Wallace Burns of St Ansgar entrance to the building there was gained by breaking the lock on the rear door and prying the door open Supt Burns said most funds at the school had been deposited in the night depository Wednes day evening The theft was discovered by Principal Walter Rixen Cab inets in the office were dam aged in the burglary Former tax agent faces tax charge DES MOINES AP A for rner agent for the Internal Rev ehue Service who opened his own accounting firm Thursday faced up to two years in prison and a fine for failure to file federal income tax returns for 1961 and 1962 A jury convicted Pajl B Gil baugh 35 of Iowa City Wednes day night after a threeday tria before US District Judge Roj L Stephenson The government claimed tha Gilbaugh failed to report in come of in 1961 and 789 in 1962 Gilbaugh testified that hi training for the Internal Reve nue Service did not include in structions in criminal violation of the tax laws I had thought all alon through these years he sak that late filing of tax returns was a civil crime and was no a prison crime North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy turning coMerwHh occasional rain Thursday mght Friday Lews Thursday night in the 40s Highs Friday in mid 40s to 50 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1965 I0c Paper Consists of Four One Auociated Press Full Lease Wire No 186 Reds reveal space plans BREZHNEV KOSYGIN SHELEPIN MAZYROV PODGORNY MkKOYAN See change of power in Russia MOSCOW per isted Thursday of impending hanges in the Soviet hierarchy ut top Western diplomatic ources discounted reports of a ower struggle One persistent rumor widely redited in Western diplomatic ircles was that Anaslas Mikoy n will retire as president on is70th birthday Nov 25 It was the earliest of the ru nors to build up around the re irrie of Premier Alexei Kosygin nd Communist party chief Leo id Brezhnev which took over ast Oct 14 after the ouster oi remier Nikita Khrushchev The Communist party Centra ommiltee is scheduled lo meel ept 27 and presumably any hariges will be announced after t starts Among the rumors is one lha ilexander Shelepin a brigh nd ambitious leader has been rying to engineer a takeover vith the intention of seizing joth the premiership and the arty leadership Khrushchev eld both posts Soviet Presidium members Nikolai Podgorny and Kirill T rfazurov are thought by west rn observers to have priority f the Communist Party Centra ommittee announces any changes lowans win at National Barrow Show AUSTIN Minn swept all hte honors in two clasc es at the National Barrow Sho Wednesday In the Snot Cclass Cecil an Bill Murphy of Atlantic Iowa showed the champion boar an Clifford Pitstick and Son Jolley Iowa had the champion boa and reserve champion boar an gilt Roy B Keppy of Davenport exhibited the champion ligh weight and medium barrow i the Cross bred class wilh Ca viri Brown of Grafton Iowa showing the champion heavy weight barrow In the Landrace show Dodowden Son ConradIowa had the champion boar and th reserve champion gilt BROADCASTER DIES ATLANTA AP Lambdi Kay a pioneer in the fie of broadcasting died Wedne day Sees big war if S Viet falls DES MOINES UP If South Viet Nam falls to he Communists the United States must prepare for lassive conflict in the future former Vice President ichard Nixon says Nixon who returned recently from a trip to the ar East told some 2000 persons at a Republican fund aising dinner Wednesday night that inevitably for of he purpose of peace we ould buy into a larger war omorrow if Viet Nam is ost I believe that the war in outh Viet Nam declared Nix i is being fought for the ex ress purpose of preventing War III The former vice presidents idience included Republican ational Chairman Ray Bliss nd GOP chairmert from 13 idwestern states here for a onference Thursday which liss said would seek to line up p flight candidates for the 966 elections Nixon did not stay for the neetings He left Wednesday ight for a business engagement i Minneapolis The former vice president ointed to the strategic f and said defckt icre would increase the danger f communism in all of south ast Asia The question is do you choose this he said little war or do you wait four or five ears and have to battle for the hilippines Nixon said it would be nol nly inaccurate but harmful to redict a quick end to the con licl in Viet Nam Predictions or a war which will continue or two or three years are more ccurate he said The United States made a ommitment for a free and in ependent Laos he said and len having made that commit ment webacked out With that background it is B52s moke first raid in Mekong SAIGON South Viet Nam AP US Air Force B52 bombers made their first raid nto the Mekong south of Saigon suspected below the ssential that the United States ot agree in its negotiations to ny kind of solution in Viet fam which will be interpreted iroughout the Asian area as a ain for aggression To have neutrals step into legotiations in Viet Nam Nixon aid would not serve the inter sts of peace in the long run He said Asian countries which lave madd economic progress ince World WaV II have almost nvariably been oriented toward reedom adding that no nation n theworld today could afford he luxury of neutralism if it werent for the power of the United Some 1000 Iowa Republicans paid apiece to attend the Dinner with Dick Nixon An istimated additional 1000 ar ived later to hear the former ice presidents talk Nixon who carried Iowa by 172000 votes in 1960 in an un successful campaign for the presidency said there isnt any state more important than owa in the 1966 general elec ion because The GOP could re gain here five seats in the HouSe of Representatives which it lost in 1964 Bliss who spoke briefly be fore the former vice presidents address also voiced his hopes that the Midwest can be made once again the soundest heart land of the Republican Party in the United States Two of Iowas three Republi cans in Congress Sens Bourke Hickenlooper and Sen Jack Miller were on hand for the din ner Rep HR Gross sent re grets State Republican Chairman Robert Ray who also heads the association of 13 Midwest chair men meeting here Thursday noted that Miller beat a former Democratic governor of Herschel when he was elected to the Senate in 1960 Referring to talk that Demo cratic Gov Harold Hughes may seek Millers seat Ray said of Miller to happen Democratic Thursday striking a Red target 90 miles capital US military author ities said The raid over Vinh Binh Prov ince was the 25th reported made by the jets of the Strategic Air Command against in Viet Nam The other raids have been carried out north of Saigon mostly in Zone D long a Com munist stronghold and in the Ben Cat area a few miles north of the capital On the ground US and allied troops ran into sniper andmor tar fire as they tried to clear the Viet Cong from thick jungle near Ben Cat Vietnamese para troopers joined by US Austra lian and New Zealand troops have not yet made major con tact with the elusive guerrillas spokesman said Australian and New Zealand xoops suffered light losses in the jungle probe near Ben Cat about 30 miles north of Saigon n Bihh Duong Province but no LJS casualties were reported he said A US patrol came under Viet Cong fire and ordered the guer rillas out of their underground bunkers When they refused a grenade was tossed into one opening A newsman said wom en and children were among the casualties resulting from the grenade explosion The area of the joint opera tion being cleared to establish a US base has long been consid ered a Viet Cong stronghold US Air Force planes at tacked North Viet Nams Yen Khoai military barracks 35 miles of Hanoi a spokesman said US planes hit the same target Sunday and Tuesday Vietnamese sources claimed an 11dayold operation 13 miles southwest of Da Nang has re sulted in 167 Viet Cong killed US spokesmen said 122 bodies were counted 6 inches of snow falls on Wyoming By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More than a week ahead of Space station is on schedule ATHENS Greece Soviet Cosmonaut Alexei eonov disclosed Thursday that Russia plans to place permanent manned satellite around the earth and ry crew exchanges before landing a man on the moon Leonov gave no timetable for this program which Uffered from American plans for the moon The United States hopes to shoot its Apollo space ship to the moon before 1970 The Americans also plan a permanent manned satellite that would Dominican statement challenged LAST MINUTE President Johnson Thursday present ed this study minutes before he acl Photofax dressecl delegates to the Washington World Conference on World Peace through Law next year If it needs hell beat another governor in 1966 restated Thursday strong American support for Jnited Nations efforts to end the IndiaPakistan conflict In an address prepared for udges and lawyers from 100 countries attending the Wash ngton World Conference on World Peace Through Law Johnson said Central to the hope of world peace through law is the United 1 hope we can strengthen the United Nations not simply as a forum for de even the fall season wintry weather surged into the north ern Rockies and northern Plains today Chilling gusty winds originat ing north of Alaska carried snow and freezing temperatures into at least five states Mon tana Wyoming Nebraska and the Dakotas much six inches of snow lay on the ground in Wyominj Thursday i Montana and western South Dakota had a oneto twoinch covering and on 7000foot Bij Mountain north of WhitefUh Mont the snow measured IB inches The snow and cold was due toiTcach northwestern Min nesota Thursday night Johnson Back UN in IndiaPakistan dispute WASHINGTON AP PresiU Thants mediation attempts and to gather more informa tion about the private thinking reflected in Ayubs public state ment Johnsons address inspira tional in lone dealt only fleet bate but as an arena for the solution of disputes And my country will fully support the Inside efforts of the secretarygeneral to bring peace between the great nations of India and Pak istan I This was the only reference Johnsons prepared text to the latest Asian conflict He made no mention of a suggestion Wednesday by President Mo hammed Ay ub Khan of Pakis tan that the United States as sume a larger role in trying to end fighting over Kashmir While the administration has not ruled out possible direct American efforts to promote a PakistanIndia settlement the immediate response to Ayubs to reaffirm sup port of UN SecretaryGeneral The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 567 Mason City news 1011 Latest markets 10 Clear Lake news 14 Sports 1516 Comics 22 CubGazette 23 North Iowa news 2425 Classified pages 2627 Eats 7jf watermelons to win 2 watermelons LAS CRUCES NM AP Larry Lodges ate TA waterme lons to win a watermelon eating contest at an outing for fresh men at New Mexico State Uni versity this week Lodges prize consisted ofc two watermelons and 15 gallons of gasoline ingly with specific trouble spots There was no direct mention of Viet Nam for instance al though Johnson previously had invited UN efforts to promote a settlement there too There are those who sayHhe rule of law is a fruitless and Utopian dream said Johnson It is true that if it comes it will come slowly But to deny the possibility is to deny peace itself In a more hopeful vein he said I think we may he evolv ing a world consensus on which law can stand The mass of mankind is slowly realizing the dangers of conflict and the futil ity of war Johnson suggested that great er acceptance of the idea pf a global rule of law and ulti mate hopes for peace would be strengthened a thousandfold Saying international law hith erto had been concerned pri marily with relations among nations Johnson declared In pursuit of justice it must now concern itself more than in the past with the welfare of peo ple I look when the forward relief of to the day hunger and all be misery and ignorance in parts of the world will fixed in Icfal obligation as it now is in my own country WASHINGTON AP Sen te Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen and Democratic ien George A Smathers chal enged Thursday Sen JW Ful brights contention that the Johnson administration bunglec the Dominican crisis Fulbright chairman of th Senate Fpreign Relations Com mittee told theSenate Wedneb day President Johnson was giv en unsound advice and lha fear of a Communist takeover i Santo Domingo was based or misinformation and on cxag gerated estimates of Comnumis influence The Arkansas Democrat said the danger to American lives was more a pretext than a rea on for the massive United States intervention He said In their panic lest the Domin can Republic become another ubasome of our officials eem to have forgotten that yjr ually all reform movements ttract port some Communist sup Domingo to save vcs but claimed Fulbright said Johnson on the iasis of the information and ounsel he received could hafd y have acted other than he did he senator said he had no ob action to sending a modest con jngcnt of US troops to Santo American there was over action by the adminis ration in the dispatch of 22000 men In a joint interview Dirksen nd Smathers secretary of the Democratic conference lisa reed with Fulbrights interpre ation of the situation Like Ful right they attended a White totise meeting the night John on made his decision to send in Dirksen said he agreed with ohnsons decision then and I grce with it now A good many people had al eady been killed in Santo Dom ngo Dirksen said The Com munists were building up their trength The country could avc been torn apart The Pres dent had to act Smathers said those at the Vhite House meeting were told here were available reports on trained Communists already n hand in Santo Domingo who ould be expected to attempt to ake over leadership in the re olt The consensus at the meet ng was that we couldnt afford o have another Cuba he said Nobody disagreed to Ihc plan send troops Fulbright told the Senate no merican lives were lost in San Domingo until the Marines exchanging fire with the ebels Of Communist involvement in he Dominican result Fulbright aid there is an important dif erence between Communist upport and Communist control f a political movement It is quite possible to pete with the Communists for nfluence in a reform movement ather than abandon it to hem he said BROECKER DIES NEW YORK AP T II roecker 61 vice chairman of le American Meat Institute iward of directors died Wednes ay nvolve crew exchanges ut US Apollo plans are ot dependent on the per lanent satellite program By holding up their moon lot until permanent stations re established the Russians rould be able to shoot a bigger nip to the moon by assembling t in space The American three Apollo will be fired from arth Leonov the first man to walk n space indicated his own ad venture was a rehearsal for an attempt at exchanging crews ile addressed a special plenary session of the International As tronautical Congress The Soviet cosmonaut and his space partner Pavel Belaiev described their Voskhod flight Leonov saida main goal of his space walk was to test his space suit and the airlock on the space ship In time there will ie many space laboratories with crews eing periodically exchanged eonov said Then there will ic a spaceship for the moon nd a landing on the moon Since the Apollo is being aunchcd from earth its size ill be limited by the launching apaqity of its Saturn rocket If space ship for the moon is as enibled in space as the Rus ans appear to be planning its components can be hoisted into space in several launches and its size need not belimited to the load capacity of a single rocket The Soviet cosmonauts had their day at the space congress evepas American spacemen L Gordon Cooper Jr and Charles Cpnrad Jrarrived in Athens to begin a sixnation goodwill tour The two whose eightday Gem ini 4 trip set a record also are guests of the congress American and Soviet scien tists at the congress joined in proposing an international lab oratory on the moon that would be manned by scientists from several nations The American proposal came from C William Henderson of Manned Lunar Mission Studies of the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration and G L Mitcliam of the Boeing Company of Seattle They said in a joint paper that man might be able to start land ing big enough payloads on the moon by the mid 1970s to make the laboratory feasible They said the laboratories should have proper living and working space for its scientists and be assured of good com munications with the earth They said there also must be sufficient and reasonably scheduled transportation sys tems to and from the earth Henderson and Mitcham pro posed that scientists first deter mine the missions they want the laboratory to accomplish Then technicians can tell how big a laboratory is needed thev said A group of Soviet scientists proposed a weather observatory on the moon to watch both the earth and sun Olhcr Russians suggested an astronomical telescope on the moon for clearer observation of the stars S17 SAME   

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