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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1965, Mason City, Iowa Summer over they say Rains bring in autumn Bjr THE ASSOCIATED PKESg Autumn rushed in with vio lence Thursday as rains pounded the nations soggy midsection and rivers flooded farm land and homes driving thousands of persons to higher ground Autumn nudged summer into history at am CST Thurs day But the passing of the turn mer season was only a formali ty The weather continued its dreary and damaging weeklong routine of torrential rainstorms which spawned raging floods At least two persons died in weatherconnected accidents Blinding rains bringing up to 10 inches of water pelted much of Texas and sent the Peder nales River rising in front of President Johnsons LBJ Ranch home The Pedernales was 10 feet above normal flowing over the low water bridges leading to the LBJ Ranch isolated by the floodwaters Austin Tex was soaked with 4 inches of rain the LBJ Ranch 4 inches and a 10inch deluge fell between Fredericksburg and Llano in the same area Marble Falls Tex reported 84 inches of rain and Lake Lyn don B Johnson where the Pres ident takes his speedboat and cruiser rides reported 698 inch es A tornado north of Longview in eastern Texas damaged sev eral oil storage tanks and well derricks and ripped up trees Many rivers spilled over their banks in the midMississippi Valley Wednesday with serious flooding reported in parts of Kansas Iowa Arkansas Mis souri Texas Oklahoma and Illinois The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 23 INS OOc Paper Consists of Twn Ono Auoclated full Wlrti NO m oldberg lashes FOCUS on North Iowa New industry 80 workers to North wood c5 W WALK Georee who has DC L By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director NORTHWOOD Three years of work by the Northwood De velopment Corp was culminat ed Wednesday with the an nouncement that an industry which could eventually employ about 80 people will locate here The announcement was made by Carroll George Forest City who will direct the new firm George who has resigned as president of Stitchcraft Corp in Forest City said the yet un named company will beincor porated for 550000 The money already has been pledged by a number of Northwood business and professional men The new company will manu facture trailer cushions mat tress pads curtains drapes and other accessories George said Although most of the companys original production wil be aimed at the travel trailer industry he added the firm plans to diversify rapidly Plans call for the company to construct a plant at a yet un determined site in Northwood Until the plant is completed the company will be housed in tem porary quarters No announce ment was made Wednesday of the location of these quarters The company will be taking job applications soon George said and a training program will be initiated as soon as the machines used in production ar rive George hopes to be in production by the middle of October Plans call for the company to employ between 25 and 30 wom en at the start This will even tually grow to between 70 and 80 George added The payroll New flood warnings were is sued for the Washita River in southwestern Oklahoma In northern Oklahoma some 1500 residents began returning home to ciear tons of debris in the G u t h r i eKingfisherEl Reno Stillwater area The Washita was expected to crest at 23 to 24 feet Thursday at Anadarko Okla If so the crest would be four to five feet above flood stage In Illinois torrential rains flooded out tiny Pearl City near Freeport in the northern sector But the 500 residents were re turning home as the Yellow Creek subsided after the towns worst flood in 25 years In the South Arkansas was hit hard by torrential rains and stiff winds following heavy damage by Hurricane Betsy two weeks ago Damage to crops was feared heavy Refuse to cut aid for 4 nations Two Ft Smith Ark fisher men drowned when their car plunged off a bridge during a downpour into a small normal ly shallow stream swollen to a 10foot depth by rains The Weather Bureau predict ed the Black River in northeast ern Arkansas would rise to 18 feet four feet above flood stage by Saturday Mountain View Ark had 823 inches of rain in 24 hours Strong winds struck the Mar shall and Duck Lake areas in western Michigan Wednesday High winds including a possi ble tornado raked across cen tral Indiana Heavy property damagewas reported southwest of Crawfordsvilie School aid bill signed by Johnson WASHINGTON WhPresident Johnson signed Thursday a bill providing money for the new school aid program and called on local officials and teachers to translate the vision of this law into the vitality of our coun trys education system As he signed the bill provid ing over billion for federal aid to elementary and second ary schools Johnson said the federal government could not do the job alone The main task now lies with the local school boards with the parents and teachers with the state school superintendents and he state education commission ers Johnson said To you I say Act now Get your plans made Open your schools to the promise of these new programs Johnson said the bill would reach out to 55 million chil dren held behind their more fortunate schoolmates by the dragging anchor of poverty The bill includes million grants to local school dis tricts to upgrade the education of children from poor families million for grants to pur chase textbooks and library mar terials million for supple mentary educational centers mj f25 million for educational search and m i 11 i o n to strengthen state education de partments WASHINGTON AP The Senate in a victory for the ad ministration refused Thursdaj to cut military aid for India Pakistan Greece and Turkey in half The vote was 5432 Sen John O Pastore DRI floor manager of the foreign aid appropiation bill thun dered before the vote that adop tion of the amendment to cu the aid would tear the free world apart But Sen Wayne Morse D Ore author of the amendment said the four countries had usec US supplied military equip ment and training for military action against each other India and Pakistan have jus called a halt to an undeclarec war over Kashmir Earlier in theyear Greece and Turkey clashed over Cyprus The Senate defeated 4341 another Morse amendment to cut military aid to Latin Amer ica by million Morse said the funds help cre ate military establishmentsthat become a target for people seeking farreaching changes in their economic conditions On another vote the Senate trimmed million from the bill The 50million cut was through adoption 4535 of an amendment proposed by Sen Leverett Saltonstall RMass It brought Senate slashes in the Housepassed bill to mil lion thus reducing the aid measure to The amendment trimmed million each from the technical cooperation and support assist ance programs and million From aid to international organ izations Its adoption brought the bill to million below the total authorized by Congress as a ceiling for foreign aid expendi tures in the fiscal year which began July 1 Heavilyarmed patrols watch Bolivian area LA PAZ Bolivia AP Heavilyarmed patrols kept watch Thursday for any new violence in a Bolivian tin min ing district where more than 30 have been killed and 100 wounded The government announced Wednesday it was closing the CataviSiglo Veinte mines after weekend fighting broke out be tween leftistled miners and government troops Three sol diers were reportedly hurled to their deaths down mine shafts Violence erupted Saturday in the area 240 miles southeast of La Paz after a leftist labor lead er was arrested Elect Osage man Loan League head DES MOINES AP W F Stearns of Osagc was elected president of the Iowa Savings and Loan League Inc at the organizations annual conven tion Thursday North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and cooler night tews in mid fair Fridy 47S4 Weather on 2 A of the company will be about a year George expects that to double within three years George will serve as president of the new company and his son Gary will be plant man ager Nortliwoods drive for the new industry started about two years ago George recalls that several members of the North wood Development Corp which had been established the previous year approached him about locating then in its first year of produc tion in Northwood I was impressed with their sincerity George said and told them that if I ever decided to move they would be Ihc first FOCUS Turn to Page 2 WOES OF WAR Children wait for their mother to gather personal belongings be fore evacuating their home in An Kho valley Vil lagers took opportunity of fleeing Viet Cong con trolled area under protection of paratroopers of the US 101st Airborne brigade during a search and destroy mission The mother will carry the children in the baskets balanced on a pole on her shoulders Guerrilla war faces Kashmir NEW DELHI India UNsponsored cease fire silenced the guns on the IndianPakistani front Thursday after 22 days of bloody conflict but contin ued unrest threatened within Kashmir the cause of it all The Voice of Kashmir Radio speaking for a rev olutionary council that stirred outbreaks in the Indian ruled segment of the border state last month said a guerrilla war of liberation Mayor joins strike talks in New York NEW YORK a y o r Robert F Wagner stepped lcast weekold New York newspa per shutdown Thursday with ilans to take part in negotiations with two unions Wagner met with negotiators for the AFLCIO New York Newspaper Guild and the New York Times At noon the mayor sat in on talks between AFL CIO Mailers Union and the Pub lishers Association of New York The Guild struck the morning Times a week ago in a dispute centering on union demands for rotection against job losses rom automation and mergers After the Times stopped pub ication the Publishers Associa ion members all but one of the citys eight major dailies also shut down The honmember paper is the afternoon New York Post which ias continued to publish dou bling its normal press run to 50000 The mailers announced Tues day they would not go back to work without a new contract even if the Guild dispute was settled will be maintained Indias defense minister YB Chavan charged that Pakistan is still infiltrating guerrillas into Indian Kashmir and said the In dian army has been given strict instructions to deal with them Chavan made clear in speech to Parliament however that India for the moment at least regards this situation as separate from the truce agree ment and not a threat to the peace that has newly come to the subcontinent of 590 million people The guns were silenced on the IndiaPakistan front before dawn as scheduled in a cease fire both sides accepted under UN auspices mountainous northern frontier Communist China failed to break the peace as In dia expected and the Reds appeared to be building a Hi malayan version of the Berlin wall Cement stone were re ported being used to put up a wall near Jelep Pass one of the contested 12000foot high routes connecting the Indian protecto rate of Sikkim with Chinese ruled Tibet A defense ministry spokes man described it for newsmen The IndiaPakistan peace was uneasy because although both KASHMIR Pleese turn to 7 v Commies raid Viet outposts SAIGON South Viet Nam The Viet Cong struck again in the Mekong Delta Wednesday night raiding two government outposts while US war planes ranged over Communist Viet Nam bombing boats and bridges The Communist guerrillas inflicted light casual ties in tha raids on the outposts a US military spokes man said There was no estimate of Viet Cong losses n the night fighting in Kien Tuong Province 50 miles west of Saigon and n Kien Giang Province 130 TREAT FOR SUSPECT An unidentified U S paratrooper ser geant gives a piece of candy to a blindfolded little Viet Cong suspect Photofax caught in a guerrilla controlled ham let luring a search and destroy op eration in An Khe valley To prepare document on world problems miles southwest of the cap ital Pilots of 16 US Navy planes from the 7th Fleet carrier Mid way reported they destroyed two boats and heavily damagec several bridges in North Vie Nam The pilots said they me with heavy ground fire but a planes reportedly returned safe Radio Hanoi claimed North Viet Nam shot two US AD6 fighters Wednesday bring ing the total of downed Ameri an aircraft to 592 Another Radio Hanoi broad est said more than 200 US roops were put out of action during the fierce fighting at An Khe South Viet Nam last Sat urday Radio Hanoi did not break down the figure into killed wounded captured or other ca egories US sources have said asualties were moderate for he 101st Paratroopers at An Oic Former US Vice President Richard M Nixon said in a pcech in Alliance Ohio that istory will record the Viet Nam var as the war that had to be ought to avoid World War III The former vice president aid the United States is win ing the war and it will be ver soon When it does hap en he added aggression in will have been stopped VATICAN CITY AP ops at the Vatican Ecumenical Council voted approval Thursday of the general outlines of a schema on modern world prob lems including birth control and nuclear warfare It was the first time in the 2 000year history of the Roman Catholic church that a general council had officially agreed to go ahead with preparation of a formal declaration addressed to all mankind on nonreligiou contemporary matters The vote was only a prelimi nary one and continuing debate indicated the document would be extensively rewritten Thursdays secret vote in St Peters Basilica by the 2200 pre lates was disclosed by council spokesmen but the vote count was not announced Three children suffocate in refrigerator BOSTON 5yearold boy and his little sister their hands clasped together and a third child suffocated when the door snapped closed a re frigerator William Houlsen 5 his sister Ann Marie 3 and a playmate also Joseph Cinelli 3 crawled into the bottom half of the re frigerator Wednesday in a yard behind anappliance store When the door closed they were sealed inside Police said the appliance store owner had received the refrig erator in a sales trade and had planned to move it into a stor age shed before the store closed Inside The Globe THE MAGIC of the Minne sota Twins in their rise to the top of the Ameri can League this year Page 11 FOURLANE Federal traf Page fie by next fall 15 Editorials Comics Clear Lake news 7 Society news 8910 Sports 1M2 CubGazette13 Mason City news 141520 Latest merkots r 14 North news 11 Classified 2021 f Major questions like birth con trol nuclear warfare and work peace have gained all the atten tion since the document was first brought into StPeters Ba silica last October But the document docs nol overlook minor actions that form a mosaic picture of morals today the speeding motorisl who jeopardizes the lives ol others the tax dodger who lets his fellow citizens carry an ex tra load the violator of public hygiene laws who menaces a neighborhoods health Some sections of the 30000 word text have leaked out al though the document is still se cret As for the definition of who is ones neighbor answered by Christ in the Gospel account of the Good Samaritan the coun cil schema gives the idea mod ern dress in this way Our neighbor is the old man forgotten by everyone the for eign worker who everyone looks down upon without reason the illegitimate child who unjustly bears the weight of a misdeed that the child itself did not com mit the hungry who appear un expectedly on the television screen awakening our sleeping conscience Attack made in UNtalk Defends US Viet action UNlHED NATIONS NY Ambassador Arthur J Goldberg declared Thursday the United States is trying to provent South Viet Nam from becoming the first victim of Communist Chinas attempt at world domination In a major policy speech to the 117nation General Assem bly Goldberg unleashed a bit ter attack on Communist Chi na accusing that country of seeking to change world order by force and violence He said Pekings present phi losophy can only lead to the most disastrous consequences for the entire world As to US actions in South Viet Nam he said We are helping to meet his challenge because we feel it must be met And ovir goals in South Viet Nam are plain and imple We seek only to insure he independence of Viet Nam ts freedom from attack and op In Da Nang South Viet Nam ighranking Vietnamese mili ary officers said three Viet amese accused of being Viet ong sympathizers were execut d Wednesday night Rules action on tax credit constitutional DES M O I N E S AP 965 legislatures action deny ng agricultural land tax crcd ts to nonresidents of Iowa is onstitutional Atty Gen Law ence Scalise saidThursday The legislature increased the vailable money for these lax rcdits from million to 15 million a year But it said thai tax credits omputed after next Jan 1 and ayable in 1967 will not be paid 0 nonresidents or to any cor oration which does not pay in ome taxes to the state The present law allows a cred for all qualified land rcgard ss of ownership The office of the state comp which disburses the tax redit moneys to the counties aid it appears that no one nows just how much Iowa farm nd is owned by nonresidents The tax credit is designed to elieve owners of 10 acres or iore of agricultural land of chool taxes above 15 mills hey can fil their claim against ic county for a credit against icir taxes for the amount above 1 mills portunity for its people to deter mine their own future He said the United States stands ready to withdraw our forces when Communist aggres sion is ended and South Viet Nam is left alone to determine its own destiny in its own way by the principles of selfdeter mination Above all we seek a peace ful solution We have repeatedly stated our willingness to enter into peaceful discussions and I reaffirm that willingness here today He said that the United has asked UN members in dividually and collectively to use their influence to bring about such discussions We have asked the members of the Secu rity Council and the secretary general to help get such nego tiations started Goldberg declared that UN members under the charter share a common responsibility to demonstrate to those who use violence that violence does not pay And we can also meet that responsibility by persuad ing the regimes of Hanoi and Peking to leave their neighbor alone Goldberg opened his speech with a plea to India and Paki stan to reach a permanent peace settlement on the subcon tinent and an expression of gratification for their accept ance of the ceasefire ordered by the Security Council But our task is not over he added It is now the task of the two parties to exercise re straint and to make earnest ef forts to establish conditions of permanent peace in the subcon inent And it is now the task of United Nations to seize this great opportunity this great and inescapable responsibility to help reinforce and solidify this gain so that the ceasefire will not be transitory and ephemeral He said the United States would cooperate fully with oth er members of the council to aid in a permanent settlement We stand ready to provide appropriate assistance to the United Nations and the secre tarygeneral instrengthening its machinery for supervising the ceasefire he added SEEK BOOKS PORTLAND Ore AP The Oregon Trail chapter of the Red Cross began soliciting paperback books last week for shipment to servicemen in Viet Nam This week the chapter announced that Henry Millers novel Tropic of Cancer had been screened out SAME 4
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