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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 115 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25 IMS UOc Paper Consists erf Two One Auoclated PrtM Full t NO m IndiaPakistan front quiet Retake Commie outpost US planes drop leaflets ByRONALD SAIGON AP South South DEUTSCH Viet Nam Vietnamese forces have recapturedan out post overrun by Communist guerrillas in a big assault two days ago a US military spokesman said Saturday The Communists stormed the outpost Thursday in the central coastal province of Binh Dinh about 300 miles northeast of Sai gon The Viet Cong then launched a regimentalsized assault north of Qui Nhon against a government force The government forces met no resistance Friday when they retook the outpost the spokes man said Vietnamese sources reported 600 Communist guerrillas were killed in the fighting although only 70 bodies werecounted Sat urday They said 500 of the dead were victims of air strikes US military authorities have not confirmed the figure One unconfirmed report from the scene said the Viet Cong were attempting to remove their dead Other reports said 170 bodies of Viet Cong were lying in the open The heaviest fighting raged near the district town of Bong S6n No further contact wasre ported Viet Cong in undetermined strength penetrated a hamlet 10 miles southwest of Saigon and blew up a school a health clinic and an outpost One civilian was killed and eight were wounded The guerrillas escaped The Communists continued to probe the defense perimeters of US Armys 101st Airborne Bri gade and 1st Cavalry Division near An Khe in the central high lands 250 miles northeast of Saigon The guerrillas reportedly opened with mortars and small arms fire on the 101st and inflicted light casualties Eightytwo US planes blas ted Communist military targets in North Viet Nam Friday US planes showered a mil lion leaflets on Haiphong North Viet Nams main seaport and giant B52 bombers kept ham mering at suspected Commu nist hideouts in South Viet Nam Four F105 Thunderchiefs dropped the psychological war fareleaflets Friday into wind currents thatcarried them over the city of 365000 a spokesman said It was the first time planes dropped such leaflets on the seaport and it also was the first successful mission of its kind in the Viet Nam war he added Haiphong and Hanoi the North Vietnamese capital are known to be ringed with Soviet built surfacetoair missiles New Birch strife in California SAN FRANCISCO AP New strife over the John Birch Society widened the split in Cal ifornias Republican party Sat urday shattering the unity theme planned for the partys state convention The convention had been billed as a showcase for poten tial candidates Actor Ronald Reagan an un declared candidate but the choice of conservatives for the partys gubernatorial nomina tion said he would not seek the support of the ultraconserva tive society His statement did not contain the ringing denunciation of the Birchers demanded by some party moderates Former Mayor George Chris topher of San Francisco anoth er unannounced candidate also said he didnt want Birch sup port Christopher condemned the society as a monolithic or ganization and said some Re publicans have quibbled and equivocated on the issue Despite the disagreement no decisions are likely The party doesnt select its nominee until the primary election next June and had called the weekend meeting just to give possible candidates a chance to meet fellow Republicans Reagan took note of the de mand for him to denounce the society with the statement that I have never sought Birch So ciety support nor have I any in tention of doing so should I be come a candidate for public of fice He criticized the societys founder Robert Welch saying I am ingreat disagreement with much of what he says Christopher at a news confer ence said that any member of the Birch Society adheres to Welchs admonitions and I vio lently disagree Some Republicans he said have straddled fences while having both ears to the ground at the same time on the Birch issue I do not seek I do not covet I do not want any John Birch Society support he said Courthouse to return to old hours The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors decided Satur day morning to return to its old courthouse opening hours of am to 4 pm Mondays through Fridays effective next week The courthouse has been open on Saturday mornings in com pliance with a law passed by the 1965 Iowa Legislature A district court judge has ruled however that the law is invalid because it was passed improperly JUST BETWEEN US GRRRRRRS It muat be tough being 5 weeks old and toothless and still making others scared because youre going to be a 700 pound Siberian tiger Thats Zsa Zsa at Pholofnx the right and thats her problem Her longtoothed friend is stuffed but Zsa Zsa can copy that big tiger look Zsa Zsa is a bottle baby under the care of Robert Baudy Center Hill Fla animal trainer Identify mystery youth as missing Detroit suburb boy MIAMI Fla AP An offi cial of the Dade County Juve nile Court Saturday identified a silent teenage boy found alone last Wednesday at Miami Inter national Airport as Richard Bruce Thornc 16 of the Detroit suburb ofTroy Barron Shields of the Juve nile Court said he had identified Richard through conversations Meanwhile a hopeful Texas with relatives and neighbors He said the boys parents Mr and Mrs Victor A Thorne of Troy had left by car for Florida There was no immediate in formation on why the boy was alone at the airport To deliver mandate from LBJ to rush rights cause posing a threat to planes that fly within 35 miles of the cities The spokesman said no an tiaircraft fire was encountered The leaflets contained mes sages claiming that the Hanoi government is trading rice for weapons with Communist Chi na Previous drops on smaller cities have carried similar mes sages but usually the leaflets have missed their intended tar gets Guambased B52s staged their 32nd reported raid of the war Saturday striking suspected guerrilla positions in Quang Ngai Province on the coast 325 miles north of Saigon a US military spokesman said The attack followed a raid by the eightengine planes Friday in st Viet Cong jungle for tifications 20 miles north of Sai flon Spokesmen have said the B52 raids may continue on a daily basis i In Saigon US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge defended the role of American air power the war including the use of the Strategic Air Commands B52s As a result counties have been freed to again determine the hours that courthouses nre to be open The Cerro Gordo board split 21 in its decision Chairman Jack C Dickinson Mason City and Harold Andercgg Dough erty voted for a return to the MondaythroughFriday hours Elmer Luscomb Clear Lake opposed Dickinson said the decision was reached after discussions with elected officeholders in the courthouse WASHINGTON UP A fed eral civil rights official said Sat urday he will head South with a mandate from President Johnson in an effort to speed the pace of Negro voter regis tration Wiley H Branton 41 who helped map the Presidents shakeup of federal civil rights agencies said Johnson is not satisfied with the pace of Negro registration so far He said Johnson asked him to go to work for full swift imple mentation of the Negro voting rights law which took effect Aug 5 At the Justice Department officials said Johnson has ex pressed no dissatisfaction with the way the new law is being enforced But some of the plans Branlon sketched in an interview do noi deal directly with enforcement of the law The Negro attorney said he will seek to encourage people to turn out for rcgistra The officeholders couldnlj reach agreement on uniform hours which led us to return to the old schedule said Dick inson Dickinson pointed out that the board of supervisors has power only to determine the hours that the courthouse will be open to the public but thateach elected county official xhas the right to establish his own office hours Luscomb said he favored keeping the courthouse open on Saturday mornings until the le gality of the state law is finally determined He said this would include any possible appeal to the Iowa Supreme Court No ap peal has been filed as yet to the distrifct court ruling Dorothy Malone improved after heart surgery HOLLYWOOD Dorothy Malone was reported t be slightly improved early Sat urday while a team of doctor maintained a constant vigi saying the next 24hours ma be critical The 38 year old Academ Awardwinning actress spent 1 hours in heart lung surger Thursday night During th marathon operation doctors sai her heart stopped and she wa near death innumerable times But I think she will make i We have removed the clots from her lungs and Im optimistic said her doctor who asked no to be identified She was still o the hospitals critical list i on and talk with local officials a an effort to overcome resist nce to Negro voting Branton joined the adminis ration five months ago as exec live secretary of the Presi cnts Council on Equal Oppor mity Under the reorganization f civil rights assignments an ouncccl Friday by the Prcsi cnt he will become a special ssistant to Atty Gen Nicholas Catzenbach The council is to be bolished The WhiteHouse said Friday ranton will be responsible for vcrsceing newly assigned Jus ce Department responsibilities n the civil rights field Branton said I expect to pcnd a great deal of time in lie South in the next several veeks The administration has tressed voluntary compliance n its enforcement of the voting igiils law Federal voter regis ration which could be ordered n parts of seven states has been put into effect in 19 coun ies in Mississippi Alabama and Louisiana To date the Justice Depart ment reported 44680 Negroes have been registered by federal examiners Department officials believe voluntary compliance with the law has put another 60 XX Southern Negroes on the sooks Top administration sources have conceded the registration pace has slackened since the first days of the new law Branton set no numerical tar get for Negro registration But he said with the full weight of the federal government behind an effort to register Negroes all the people who really want to vote can be enrolled in a rela tively short time In some cases Branton said he may recommend the assign ment of new federal registrars to Deep South counties mothcr who flew here on the chance that Richard might be her son missing since Sept 1 saw the airport waif and turned from him in tears Thais not him wept Mrs Teno Elliott after one glance Her boy Kenneth Elliott Jr 18 disappeared after registering at Arlington State College There are lots of things to be investigated Shields said He would make no further comment Richard showed signs of nerv ousness after the brief encoun ter with Mrs Elliott and was turned over to a child psycholo gist Dr David Rothcnberg Police at Troy said Richard has been mule after an automo bile accident two years ago However a relative by mar riage Mrs Gertrude Willis blamed Richards silence on an illness in early childhood The boy was found sitting in the Miami International Airport terminal Wednesday morning with three cents and a package of popup tissues in his pocket The labels had been clipped neatly from his expensive clothes He does not talk although doctors say he is not mute Psy chiatrisls say he is not retarded but has been through such a traumatic experience that he shut out the world A Detroit woman who flew to Miami Tuesday on an Eastern Airlines flight from Willow Run Airport went to the juvenile home Friday and identified the boy as the one who made the trip Inside The Globe Editorials Church News 6 Society News Sports News 91 North Iowa News I Latest Markets 1 Mason City News 121 Comics 1 Business News 1 Clear Lake News I Assign bodyguard for Juan Bosch By ROBERT BERRELLEZ SANTO DOMINGO Domin can Republic AP Former resident Juan Bosch returns to ic Dominican Republic Satur ay and the provisional govern lent is taking no chances with is safety Col Francisco Caamano cno who led last Aprils revolt o bring about Boschs return to owcr has been assigned by the ovcrnmciU to safeguard him Boston Jackie BOSTON AP white Herald Tribune plans to publish NEW YORK New York Herald Tribune withdrew Saturday from the Publishers Association of New York City and announced it would resume publication on Monday morning The Herald Tribune and five other newspapers here closed down 10 days ago after the New York Newspaper Guild struck the New York Times The New York Post has been the only major paper publishing in the city aired conductor Arthur Fiedler ad hardly begun his waltz rep rtoire when the queen of the iall faded out and Bostons big est party in years was over Mrs John F Kennedy who as appeared at few socia vents since the death o er Boslonian husband the late 22 months ago lef he Golden Trumpet Ball a lalfpast midnight She was tucked into her lim ousinc with an assist from he lost Henry Cabot and drov away as a crowd pressed fo ward for a closerlook j With her went the luster of the Boston Symphony Orchestras 85th birthday party Mrs Ken nedy was honorary chairman of tlie event which raised approxi mately for the orches tra The 65yearold Symphony Hall was transformed into a magnificent al fresco dining and dancing ballroom decorated with Edwardian grace The lovely widow her long chestnut hair at her bare shoulders wore an American made dress by French designer Jean Palou She danced the Blue Danube and other waltzes played by Bostons celebrated Boston Pops Orchestra led by conductor Fie dler Her partners were gentle men of Boston chosen by the symphony committee with the permission of each mans wife At her table in Henry Cabots box Mrs Kennedy talked to her host at her left and sym phony conductor Erich Leins dorf on her right The guests paid for a box or for a lobster and veal dinner at a table in the vast ballroom The ladies wore elegant and expensive bul hardly flamboyant gowns with a strand of pearls or a diamond pin or two After Mrs Kennedy begged to be excused the men collapsec their top hats the ladies clutched their chinchillas anc hile he is in the rebel sector of anto Domingo At an meeting Fri ay the Cabinet of Provisional resident Hector GarciaGodoy Iso ordered a force of Domin can police and former rebel to greet Bosch at the air ort and escort him to the rebel one boundary The Dominican olice will remain outside As preparations were corn Ictccl for a big welcoming ccle ration rumors of plots against Josch swept the cily Bosch was to end exactly two cars of exile in Puerto Rico vith his arrival at the interna ional airport about 15 miles ast of the capital He was the countrys first Opularly elected president in a generation A coup ousted him fter seven months in office Five months ago supporters aunchcd a bloody rebellion in an announced attempt to return Josch to power The revolt ended earlier this month under an interAmerican peace plan setting up a provi ional government and schedul ng elections next May Bosch has not said if he will bea can didate in the elections In other developments Gar ciaGodoy said arms collected trom civilians in the rebel dis trict will be restored to military arsenals starting Monday He said he hoped the zone would be completely demilitarized by the end at Both hurl charges No major incidents NEW DELHI India AP The IndiaPakistan line was reported quiet Satur day after both countries accus ed each other of violating twodayold truce Indias Defense Ministry re ported no major incidents from midnight Friday to midday Sat urday along the ceasefire line where skirmishing and jockey ing for a few more yards of ground had been under way since the halt firing order went into effect at dawn Thurs day Pakistan accused India of ing down an artillery barrage Friday night 12 miles from La hore Pakistans second largest city and moving forward in three truce line areas The Indians accused the Pak stanis Friday night of violating ic ceasefire in the Ferozeo ore and Sialkot sectors Both countries threatened to etaliatc For the moment India nd Pakistan were dragging heir feet on the United Nations call for both governments U everybody went home She said he got on the plane with a stocky redhaired woman who bought tickets at the coun ter flight time and carried no baggage Airline officials say the only tickets for an American woman and boy traveling together on the flight were for a M and D Thorn They carried no bag gage SAME BUek flit Truffle Dcnth ta Paul 24 Hwiri i Photofax LOST BOY Police have identified this teen ager found at Miami International airport with all labels in his clothes cut out The boy was un able toitell his name or his home GarciaGodoy was re ported I banning a decree lifting th hreeweckold ban on the oper ation of private radio stations f so they would be able t broadcast a scheduled nation vide address by Bosch Satur ay Interior Minister Manuel Joa uin Castillo was named provi ional vice president a post reated for succession purposes Castillo will remain the interior hief Parole 3 youths in bombings FORT DODGE buths have been paroled and hree others were to appear in uvenile court here Saturday in onnection with the setting off if four home made bombs last weekend Paroled by Municipal Court udge Edward Flattery Friday vere Christopher Ackerman 17 and Jerry Bratland 16 both charged with delinquency in put ing out explosives and John Borwcy Jr 17 charged with simple delinquency All three previously had been paroled Aug 6 from charges of ar theft and vandalism Judge Flattery suspended sentences of Ackerman and Bratland to the State Training School at Eldora o give them a second chance on parole Two cars and Borweys school ocker were damaged in the Mmb incidents Rusk will meet foreign ministers WASHINGTON AP Sec retary of State Dean Rusk flies o New York Sunday for an in cnsive scries of meetings with the dozens of foreign ministers expected to attend the UN General Assembly fall session The Slate Department said Friday Rusk will give a dinner for Foreign Minister Maurice uve de Murville of France Monday and may also see So viet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko the same day Rusk expects to remain in New York for two weeks SIXTEEN CONVICTED ISTANBUL Turkey AP Sixteen persons including five candidates in Turkeys general elections and two former army officers have been convicted of proKurdish activities the semi official Anatolia News Agency said Saturday Sentences meted out in Ankara Friday rangcc from 16 months to five months withdraw their troops to posi ions they occupied before Aug 5 when the Lighting started A Pakistani government spokesman announced in Ra walpindi that Pakistani troops would stay in their frontline positions until the United Na tions agreed on means of solv ing the dispute with India over ownership of the Himalayan state of Kashmir India was emphatically reit erating its longheld position that there can be no plebiscite in Kashmir an integral part of the formula for settlement demanded by Pakistan Contingents of UN observers to man the ceasefire line were scheduled to begin arriving Sat urday Ten Danish officers were the first due in New Delhi No major incidents were re ported on Indias other tense frontier the long mountainous border with Communist China In a note delivered to the In dian Embassy in Peking Friday Red China charged India with new provocations and intru sions along their frontier The note accused the Indians of cap turing Chinese border dwellers sheep and yaks and demanded their return not short a sin gle one In reply thousands of Indian demonstrators drove a flock of bawling sheep before the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi India in turn protested to China the killing of three Indian policemen last Sunday whom the Indians said the Chinese had abducted Courtesy key to improving safety mark DBS MOINES courtesy is the best key to im proving the trucking industrys safety record the president of the American Trucking Associa tions said Saturday John E Amos told the annual convention of the Iowa Motor Truck Association that because of increased automobile traffic today If a driver is doing a good deed there are many times as many witnesses as there used to be Amos who is also president of the Bill Lines of Charleston W Va said figures compiled by the National Safety Council show less than 11 per cent of the ve hicles involved in accidents last year were trucks However trucks represented 161 per cent of al the vehicles on the road he said North owcr Weather outlook Centrally fair and warmer Saturday near M details en I T J   

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