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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                a US jet Called an intruder Tht newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors Home Edition TOKYO AP Communist China charged that a US plane intruded into Chinas Hainan Island and was shot down by Chinese aircraft Mon day A broadcast heard here iden tified the pilot of the F104 fight er as Capt Philips E Smith It said he was captured when he parachuted from his plane and tried to flee The broadcast claimed the plane was shot down over Hoi how on the northern shore of the island or just south of the mainland It gave this account The US plane intruded into Chinas territorial air space from west of Hainan Island at 1100 hours Monday It penetrat ed deep into1 the air space of Hoihow and carried out military provocations at 1132 hours Chi nese aircraft promptly took off and intercepted it The U S fighter plane was hit and fell The US Pilot Captain Philips E Smith serial No was captured when he parachuted from his plane and tried to flee It would bethe secondAmer ican plane downed by the Chi nese near Hainan since April this year A phantom jet fight er was lost in a battle with Communist MIGS off Hainan Is land April 9 Peking in a separate broad cast said ChineseDefense Min ister Lin Piao issued an order commending the naval air unit for shooting down the The order said that tHisvic tory was a serious blow to US imperialism which was conduct ing military provocations against China and punishment to the US imperialists who were scheming to expand war in Asia The order said that perialism was the most vicious enemy of the Chinese people Though it had repeatedly re ceived blows from China U S imperialism assuredly would not stop at this point It was sure to continue its provocation and come back again It called on the Chinese ready at all times to strike at any enemy plane that dares to VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER M WS UOc Paper ConilsU of Two One AuacUlcd Press Full Lease No hinese force shooting UNdemands end to conflict UNITED NATIONS NY ffhThe UN Security Council demanded Monday that India and Pakistan order a ceasefire in 48 hours The council voted 100 in a postmidnight session to adopt a resolution in those terms strengthening its unanimous ceasefire appeals of Sept 4 and 6 Jordan abstained The resolution sponsored by the Netherlands gave an implied warning to Communist China to stay out of the IndiaPakistan fighting It called on all states to refrain from any action which might aggra vate the situation in the intrude arid strive greater victories for still Mother of quads took drug LOS ANGELES Ten months ago Alice Pigge took a fertility drug not to become pregnant but to cure a womans disorder Today she has quadruplets Her first children two boys and two girls were born a month prematurely Sunday at Los Angeles County General Hospital The babies weighing a total of nine pounds and listed in crit ical condition were placed in incubators Mrs Pigge 5 feet 2 and of average build was reported in fair condition but cheerful and insistent on having her hair combed before interviewers dropped in She is a Mississippi born Negro resident of Los An geles Dr Milton Smale the hospi tals chief resident physician in obstetrics said that last No vember Mrs Pigge had taken the drug clomihpene citrate on the advice of her attending phy sician Dr Richard Taw who operates the hospitals bleeding clinic The medication corrected her irregularity In January she became preg nant The drug may have caused the multiple births as it has done in other cases Dr Smale said The possibility that it did not is in the fact that she took the drug in November but did not become pregnant until Janu ary He said the medication used in treating irregularity but is best known as a treatment for infertility It is primarily drug used to cause ovulation he said A Swedish woman who bore quadruplets last July had re ceived the same hormone Dr Smale said and a New Zealand woman who had quintuplets had received the drug General Hospital records list Mrs Pigges husband as James Pigge and say the couple is now separated North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy wfth showers or thunderstorms through Mon day night Tues day 4370 Weather on page 1 area Peking has extended until Wednesday an ultimatum to India to dismantle ChinaSik kim border fortifications or face grave consequences Security Council delegates had stood by for more than 15 hours while JG De Beus of the Neth erlands wrenched agreement on the wording from the United States the Soviet Union Brit ain and France US Ambassador Arthur J Goldberg council president for September helped De Beus in the negotiations and telephoned President Johnson at least once The resolution did not con tain what SecretaryGeneral U Thant had suggested an im plied threat to invoke coercive provisions of the UN Charter unless India and Pakistan com plied But it left the way open for such action if the counci deems itnecessary Stronger than the two pro yious resolutions it asked Than to help ensure supervision o the ceasefire and withdrawal It also asked him to exert ev ery possible effort to give effeci to this resolution and to repori back The resolution said that after a ceasefire and withdrawal the council would consider whal steps could be taken to assist toward a settlement of the polit ical problem underlying the present conflict It called on India and Pakis tan to utilize all peaceful mean to this end Road building is stalled by wet weather AMES Iowa high way construction appears un likely to be completed on sched ule this fall Wet weather has idled contractors much of the summer The Iowa Highway Commis sion in a statement Saturday said weather nearly wrecked schedules for some major proj ects It called the prospects for completing the work on time dismal The commission added Vir tually all highway work in the state scheduled for fall comple tion is behind schedule Unless continuing favorable weather comes several major projects wont get done Work has been at a hal through most of the state in the past three weeks because of we weather the commission said Foreseeing the situation the commission on July 7 authorize contractors to work Sundays for the rest of the season But fal weather with its shorter and cooler days and high humidity slow the drying of the earth and lower temperatures inhibi some types of work Georgia boy is loser in pistol game ROME Ga say Mrs Shirley Williams told them her husband Malcolm 19 took out a 32 caliber pistol and said California fire fight nearly won SAN FRANCISCO AP er days of battling forest and brush fires which have black ened 207000 acres of Northern California weary fire fighters were optimistic Monday as one of two major fires remaining was partially contained Fire crews were able to con tain the more than 16000acre Chiles Valley fire on its north and west sides Its south arid west flanks were reported still out of control The fire In Napa County about 40 miles northeast of San Francisco burned around sum mer homes near Atlas Creek but did not damage the struc tures which were watered down by State Division of Forestry pumper trucks In Sonoma County about 45 miles north of San Francisco a hot fire was reported marching on scattered summer homes near Austin Creek west of the mountain settlement of Cazad ero a spokesman said That fire had already laid waste 6000 acres of grassland and tall tim ber All other fires were reported either under control or expected soon to be contained in the searing disastejr foresters have in Northern A Owaika INDIA 2 sectors of India involved NEW DELHI India UP Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri declared Monday Communist Chinese troops are firing across the Indian frontier in two sec tors and that Peking is out to dominate all of Asia The Chinese though pretending they want peace have started firing in the Sikkim area on the eastern front and in the Ladakh region of Kashmir State on the western front Shastri Nine hurt in Hampton accidents people were badly enough to be two separate accidents near here Sunday afternoon stan The two accidents occurred within a mile oE each other on Highway 3 west of here said Chinas basic o b j e c tive Shastri said is to attain a position of dom inance in Asia The prime minister declared that notes and protests from Peking make it clear that What China is looking for is not the redress of grievances real or imaginary excuse to start its activities again this time in collusion with its ally Paki but some aggressive MOVE INTO POSITION India charges that Communist China has sent troops into position at three points on its borders 1 near Karakoram Photofax Pass 2 at Demchok and 3 in Sikkim Mean while Pakistan said its forces beat back an Indian thrust Monday near 4 Sialkot If China persists Shastri said We shall defend ourselves by Kill 15 5 Commies in bloody fighting called the worst California history Officials said that since the ires started last Thursday here have been 275 fires in 21 counties reducing to ashes the cover on more than 315 square miles The fires have cost one life an El Dorado County volunteer ireman killed in his overturned ruck destroyed more than 120 houses about 400 out buildings and 1500 head of cattle sheep and hogs Damage has been es imated at about million Five counties hardest hit by the sweep of flames fought by 5 000 men were designated disas ter areas Saturday by Gov Ed mund G Brown Four of the Napa Sonoma and Solano ring San Francisco Bay on the north The other Placer County is in the Sierra foothills east of the California capital Sacra mento Duck rifle bullets No charges filed LAFAYETTE Ind AP Workmen who ducked rifle bul lets in Purdue Universitys RossAde Stadium Sunday de clined Monday to file charges against a 20yearold freshman who was seized in the press box Campus and city police were joined by a Purdue psychiatrist in talking James Danielson New Carlisle Ind into laying down his target rifle The workmen were cleaning up debris left by the Purdue Miami of Ohio football game Saturday Purdue Police Chief SAIGON South Viet Nam AP US paratroopers killed 155 Viet Cong in bloody fighting near An Khe over the weekend militaryauthorities said Mon day An officer who came here from the fighting area 250 miles to the north said 100 Viet Cong bodies were found Monday in a trench They apparently were victims of air strikes that sat urated the operational area in support of paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Brigade The report came while the 101st Screaming Eagle troop ers kept up sporadic contact with the Viet Cong Monday and paratroopers of the 173rd Air borne Brigade continued their hunt for Viet Cong in the jungles and rubber plantations around Ben Cat 30 miles north of Sai gon While American paratroopers were in action in two widely separated areas spokesmen said US Strategic Air Com mand B52 bombers again pounded a suspected guerrilla stronghold in still a third region the Mekong River delta south of Saigon With the American military commitment in South Viet Nam growing steadily there ap peared to be a definite stepup in USinitiated actions designed to carry the war to the Viet Cong The 173rd Paratroopers now he was going to show her how they do on television Mrs Williams also 19 told Asst Police Chief Frank Perry Sunday that Williams took five cartridges from the sixshot pis tol placed the gun to his head and pulled the trigger Perry said Williams a con struction worker died instantly from a head gunshot wound in the Donald Jones said Danielson broke a window in the press box and ordered the sweepers to get out The officer said the youth then fired four shots Workmen dived behind the rolledup canvas cover on the field as the youth fired another shot No one was hit Danielson was placed at the Student Health Center pending examination SOUTH VIET NAM have been operating for almost a week in an area just north of Saigon that long has been de nied to government forces by strong Viet Cong elements Seven Viet killed three Cong have been wounded and 25 Photofax ACTION AREAS US Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Brigade killed 155 Viet Cong in fighting in the An NinhAn Khe area A over the weekend The 173rd Airborne continued its hunt for Viet Cong in the jungles and rubber plantations around Ben Cat 30 miles north of Saigon A flight of B52 bombers made their second strike in two days in the Vinh Binh Province C Sunday night captured so far in the 173rd Op eration which is supported by Vietnamese New Zealand and Australian troops a US mili tary spokesman said American losses there were described as light by military authorities Earlier it had been reported that the 101st had killed 55 Viet Cong and captured 12 in the fighting 17 miles northeast of An Khe Four were said to have been killed Sunday night Then later it was announced that an additional 100 bodies had been found Casualties for the 101st also were described as light In another highlands action elements of the newly arrived 1st Cavalry Division Airmobile killed two guerrillas Sunday night as the Viet Cong probed around the paratroopers base camp at An Khe American losses were called light A flight of B52 bombers hit a target in Vinh Binh Province 90 miles south of Saigon in the 28th reported strike by the planes in he war It was the second strike in two days in the delta US authorities said Air Force planes flew a record 524 strike sorties over North Viet in the week ending Sept 17 The previous high was 468 sorties flown during week end ng Sept 10 Osage man newsman die in Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS AP Four men died during the weekend a a result of traffic accidents in Minnesota The victims were Ronalc Bechtum 38 of Osagc Iowa Eugene C Connors 27 of Man kato Jack George 31 of North Branch and Edward Forcier 18 of St Cloud Bechtum died at a Rochester hospital Sunday of injuries he received in a collision near Stewartville last Friday Connors state editor of the Mankato Free Press and a for mer Associated Press newsman at Fargo ND was killed Sat urday night as he returned from covering the Nations Plowing Contest at Wascca Minn Inside The Globe The first accident happened about pm when a station wagon driven by Cort Vest webcr 57 Alexander struck a car driven by Robert C Mc Claran 21 Birmingham about two miles west of heic The Vcstwebcr vehicle was traveling east when it struck he McClaran auto which was headed west and trying to make left hand turn off the high way Vestweber was listed in poo condition in avMason City hos all the means at our disposal Socialist leader Nath Pai TAXPAYERS favor longei hours for courthouse Page 15 Editorials t Society news 567 Clear Lake news 1 Sports 1112 Mason City news 1415 Latest markets 14 Classified pages 1819 North Iowa news 20 jumped to his feet and demand ed to know whether Indian units on the China frontier had been rdcred to fire back I would merely wish to say ve will resist them we will ight them Shastri replied Shastri made no reply to the esolution passed earlier Monday the TJN Security Council in New York demanding India and Pakistan end their war within 48 hours pitiil Monday morning with a broken leg and severe lacera tions His wife Francis 46 was listed in fairly good condi tion in the same hospital with Ihntnfnx WAIF OF WAR A little girl sits on the ground at the village of Bonn Knong as Viet namese marines scour the area in search of Montagnards mountain people who favor a movement for autonomy in the central Viet Nam high lands Seventeen of the Mon tagnards were taken in the ex pedition a broken arm and possible chest injuries Judith McClaran 17 Roberts wife was hospitalized in Hamp on with severe facial lacera tions McClaran was treated and released from the Hampton wspital as was the couples sixmonthold son Todd The accident was investigated by Highway Patrolman Carl Condon and Franklin County sheriffs officers McClaran was charged with failure Jo yield the rightofway The second accident occurred on Highway 3 about 2 miles west of Hampton at pm Injured in that mishap were Mr and Mrs Merlyn Stokes Maple Crest Motel Mason City George Stokes 89 Hampton and Linda Stokes 23 The accident occurred when the auto driven by Merlyn Stokes 50 was forced off the road by a car driven by James R Erickson 19 Latimcr The Stokes auto was heading east and the Erickson car was head ing west attempting to pass an other car at the time of the mishap Mrs Stokes 44 was listed in fairly good condition at a Mason City hospital Monday morning with facial lacerations and back injuries The other three per sons in Stokes car were treated arid released from a Hampton hospital This accident was investigated by Highway Patrolman Mel Al len and Franklin County Sheriffs officers Erickson was charged with improper passing CARTOONIST DIES HOLLYWOOD AP al services were planned Mon day for film cartoonist Fred Quimby creator of the Tom and Jerry scries Quimby 79 died Thursday after surgery for an undisclosed ailment Assails neofascist cult in GOP party Indias Defense Ministry an nounced earlier that Chinese troops had moved cJose to all the passes on Tibets border with Sikkim an Indian protec torate and that Pakistan also is massingtroops on Indias east ern frontiers The minislry said latest re sorts indicated Chinese troops lave come quite close to all the passes on the Sikkim border In ome cases they have been ecn to be digging it The Chinese were seen in two new areas the ministry said It identified them as the Hot Spring and Fukche areas of the Ladakh region of northeast Kashmir State Communist China today fol lowed up the extension of its border ultimatum to India with a charge that Indian troops had fired on a Chinese border guard An Indian spokesman denied the charge and said the Chinese claims were mere fabrica tions He accused China of in dulging in provocative activi ties Indian news agencies reported it was the Chinese who had fired first The New China News Agency said five Indian soldiers crossed 2Vmiles into Chinese territory Sunday before firing on the ci vilian border guard The In dians were repulsed by Chinese border troops the agency said The agencys dispatch from Lhasa capital of Chinese con trolled Tibet did not make it clear whether the Chinese fired back It was the fourth time this month that China accused India of violating its frontier On Sat urday the Chinese claimed three Indian soldiers had intrud ed near the village of Demchok India in turn asserted that fresh Red Chinese troops were advancing through the Himala yan passes toward Indias northern frontier The Indian Defense Ministry said the Chinese took up posi tions near Ladakh a disputed area of northeast Kashmir This was one of the sectors where the Chinese crossed over in their invasion of India three years ago In New York the UN Securi ty Council formally called on India and Pakistan early Mon day to end their fighting within hours WASHINGTON Sen ThomasII Kuchcl RCalif an nounced Monday he wont be a candidate for governor of Cali fornia And he assailed what he called a fanatical neo fascist political cult within the states Republican party Kuchel announced his de cision in a 700word statement in which he urged all reason able Republicans to unite be hind one reasonable candidate untainted by extremism Californias senior senator ex pressed a desire to preserve his seniority in the senate in which he has served since Jan 2 1953 and where he is as sistant Republican floor lead er His senate term still has three years to run Kuchel expressed gratitude to those many citizens Republi cans and Democrats who he said had been urging him to run SAME llt Mciai Trlfto In Huvri   

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