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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Tlit ntwspoper that makes all North lowahs neighbors Edition VOL its MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER J7 W5 lite Piper Coiuiili of Two SecllonsStctlon One AjsocUlcd Press Full Lease Wiret No WEEKEND FIGHTING The mapP locales principal points of the weekends fighting in South Viet Nam 852s strike Commie area SAIGON South Viet Nam tf US B52 bombers made their 33rd strike of the Viet Nam war Monday blasting a Viet Cong area 55 miles northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border A U S spokesman said the eightengine jet bombers from Guam struck 15 miles northeast of the provincial Tay Niiih in an area where US intelligence reports have said a Viet Cong headquar ters is located Results of the strike were not announced South Vietnamese troops claimed 48 Viet r Cong were killed in an unsuccessful at tempt to overrun outpost southwest of Quang Ngai Sun day The South Vietnamese said two Viet Cong com panics inflict ed moderately heavy casualties on the defenders until air at tacks drove them off A US military spokesman announced that the planes which bombed the Ben Hai bridge in the demilitarized zone between North and South Viet Nam were American Two US Navy planes bombed the bridges north ap proach on Sept 16 and three Air Force planes hit the south end thenext day The spokesman said the bombing resulted from navigational error due to bad weather and similarity of ter rain situated in North Viet Nam About 20 Vietnamese were killed several more wounded and there was considerable property damage Under the Geneva agreement of 1954 di viding North and South Viet Nam military activity is pro hibited in the zone The bridge spans the Ben Hai River A Viet Cong company hit a small government unit 12 miles south of Saigon and inflicted heavy losses on the South Viet namese troops a spokesman said He added that Viet Cong casualties were not known US Marines on a sweep 5 miles southeast of Da Nang cap tured 14 Viet Cong suspects and reported they suffered light losses No major ground action was reported elsewhere US planes continued heavy strikes in South Viet Nam They flew 253 combat missions in the 24hour period ending Monday morning A spokesman said 360 buildings were either damaged or destroyed Farm Progress show is postponed again DES MOINES AP laces Farmer Monday an nounced a second postponement of its Farm Progress Show ai Van Horne because of frequent rains The new dates are Oct 1415 The show originally was to have been held Sept 2123 It then was postponed one week to Sept 2829 but continuing rains forced setting of the new dates North Iowa Weather outlook cloudiness and warmer through Tuesday wHh occasional rain or drixzto Monday night in mM Tuesday in uppir Weather en 2 Dominican situation i crumbling SANTO DOMINGO AP A serious deterioration in the in ernal political situation con rented the Dominican Repub ics fledglingprovisional gov ernment Monday The gravity of the crisis was mderlined by the sudden return Sunday night of US Ambassa dor Ellsworth Bunker the top roubleshooter in the Dominican crisis for the Organization of American States But the presence of the 10000 man interAmerican peace force was believed to rule out any chance of largescale violence TheDominican armed forces and the National University were understood to be the prin cipal problem areas for the hree regime headed by Dr Hector GarciaGodoy The return Saturday of de posed exPresident Juan Bosch was considered an aggravating actor in the already tense po itical climate On his arrivaf Bosch exhorted the Dominicans o forceful action including strikes to force foreign troops out of the country President GarciaGodoy was xpected to address the nation Monday night Says merger with reserves is inevitable MIAMI Fla merger of the National Guard and the Army Reserve is inevitable the president of the National Guard Association predicts Maj Gen James F Cantwell chief of staff of the New Jersey Guard said the proposed merg er has great merit and has an inevitable possibility of being approved in the near future Cantwell commented on the proposed merger which was killed by a House subcommittee last month at the opening of the 87th general conference of the National Guard Association There is no change in the po sition of the Defense Depart ment regarding its desire to implement the merger plan the general said Ive always been optimistic about the plan and the National Guard Associ ation also has concurred with the general concept of the merg er CHESTER DIES GREENWICH Conn by M Chester 88 former chair man of the board of Genera Foods Corp died Sunday Killings denounced Refuses to delay 2 trials Pair accused of murders HAYNEVILLE Ala AP Circuit Judge T Werth Thagard refused Monday to postpone rials of either of two white men accused of killing civil rights vorkers in rural Lowndes Coun y Thagards decision left it up o a threejudge federal court in Montgomery to say whether the harges against Thomas L Coleman a special parttime deputy sheriff and Collie Leroy Wilkins Jr a young Ku Klux Clansman will be tried at Hayneville this week The federal court was sched iled to hear later Monday a mo ion which would prohibit any ury trial in Lowndes County pending disposition of a federal court suit seeking to get more Negroes on the jury rolls in the ounty That motion was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union Coleman 55 is under indict ment on a manslaughter charge or the shotgun slaying of Jona han Daniels 27 a civil rights volunteer and Episcopal semi nary student from Keen NH Wilkins 21 a mechanic is charged with mur der in the killing of a white De roit housewife Mrs Viola LJUZZO Unless the federal court inter venes Coleman will go to trial Tuesday in the courthouse at Hayneville Wil cins second jury which ried him last May was unable o agree on a on the docket for Wednesday Whether that case will be heard this week would depend on how long he Coleman case lasted This is the last week of the September Court term of Circuit The 30minute hearing nthe motion to delay Colemans trial brought angry charges by state and defense attorneys and state ments that lawyers on both sides have received threats of heir lives Assistant Atty Gen Joe 3reck Gantt told the judge that I fear for my personal safety and the attorney general too while prosecuting this case in Lxwndes County I have re ceived and the attorney general has received threats on our lives State Sen Vaughan Hill Robi son of I have been threatened and si ton Perdue Perdue along with rcgu superseded by State Atty Gen Philharmonic and had been a tions INDIAN MULE TRAIN An IndfaVarmy supply train moves into Nathu Pass area of Sikkim as a light snow falls The pass connects Sikkim in northern India with Chinesecontrolled Tibet It is in the vicinity of the IndiaChina border dispute Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 47 Sports 110 Clear Lake heWs 11 Mason CityjiMws 1212 North Omise wheat plan is approved WASHINGTON com promise wheat program de signed to bring farmers an av erage price of per bush el was approved Monday by House and Senate conferees Agreement on the wheat sec tion ofthe omnibus farm bill re moved one of the major ob stacles blocking final settlement of differences between the House and Senate versions of the legislation The wheat agreement marked a compromise between an aver age return of per bushel voted by the Senate and under the House bill The pres ent rate is Growers would be guaranteed full Monday on wheat grown for domestic consumption They would re Pakistan asks US for support IndiaPak istan ceasefire is being shat tered in many places Paki stans Foreign Minister Z A Bhutto asked Secretary of State Dean Rusk Monday for US sup port on a permanentsettlement of theKashmirdispute Bhutto also said his president Mohammed Ayub Khan wants to visit President Johnson int he United States on an appro priate occasion but he set no date The ceasefire seems to be n a very bad way Bhutto said upon emerging from what ic termed a constructive one lour meeting with Rusk at the US Mission to the United Na yiUICTPD Reprisal act called murder SAIGON South Viel Nam The United States Monday denounced the execution of two more American aocliers by the Viet Cong as acts of wanton murder Communist broadcasts said an American captain and a sergeant were executed in reprisal forthe execu tion of three Communist sympathizers last week by a South Vietnamese firing squad The Viet Cong have carried out more acts of wanton murder against American military prisoners an official US spokesman said These acts show utter disregard for humani tarian principles and the provisions of the 1949 Geneva ers of War Convention of which the Viet Congs lastcrs the Hanoi regime are llfcrents Radio Hanoi heard in Tokyo enlified the Americans as apt Humbert R Versace and gt Kenneth M Rorabeck The iet Cong radio monitored by ic US Information Service in aigon identified them as Capt Ibcrt Rusk Joseph and Sgt ieuneth Morabeth but this ap Prisoner price on abroad The blend of all pay ments and support loans signed to guarantee an average of on the entire crop The farmer would get a fixed vriiri IMV IIICL wuuiu a liAti ar prosecutor Circuit Solicitor loan of a bushel on his do Arthur E Gamble Jr has been mestic wheat plus a certificate worth enough additional to MJ fcJto n auuiiivsiiai iv Richmond Flowers in him the full parity price ng the two civil rights cases The program is geared to a to The state argued that it could tal allotment of 50 mil not go to trial until a Chicago lion acres Catholic priest Father Richard Morrisroe is able to appear in court as a witness Killed lowan is unhurt ALBERT LEA Minn Ingvaldson 18 of Geneva COMPOSER DIES LA JOLLA Calif olai Sokoloff 79 Russianborn Minn died Monday of injuries composer and conductor died received in a cartruck collision Friday Sokoloff was a former a week ago on Highway 65 north conductor of the San Francisco of Claries Grove Miss Ingvaldson was alone in an many as ne couia 01 me SH guest conductor for several oththe car The truck was driven leaders attending the General er famous musical organizaby Henry Kingery of Charles Assemblys 20th anniversary City Iowa He was not hurt It seems to be shattered at many points he said This bears out our fear that a cease BORDER DISCUSSION An Indian army officer points to where Chinese troops opened fire last week at Nathu Pass Sikkim at height of IndiaChina border dispute Sign on Pholofax the border with Chineseruled Tibet is a bit out of date Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru who died in May 1964 has been replaced by Lai Baha dur Shastri IndianPakistani truce threatened fire wont be lasting unless there is a satisfactory settle ment Rusk made it plain to the Pakistan envoy that the US position on the IndiaPakistan crisis is to work through the UN Security Council including dealing with ceasefire viola tions US officials said Bhutto said the United States can play a very significant role because it can bring its great force to bear on the side of justice in the subcontinent On Kashmir popu lation is predominantly Moslem as is Pakistans Bhutto reaf firmed Pakistans stand for a plebiscite to determine the fu ture of the disputed territory A proposed Rusk meeting with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko did not take place US officials said that of scheduling problems it looked as if the two would not be able to get together before Tuesday at the earliest Rusk launched a twoweek vis it tothe headquarters of the United Nations with plans to see as many as he could of the 88 session RAWALPINDI Pakistan AP The IndiaPakistan truce was threatened as Pakis tan Sunday night charged In dian forces with two major at tacks The Pakistanis claimed the attackers were repulsed UN Secretary General U Thanl informed the Security Council the ceasefire is not holding and said both sides were stalling on troop dravvals The Pakistani government said Indian troops attacked Sat urday night with tanks and ar tillery on the Fazilka front near Lahore but were driven back after 90 Indians were killed and 73 captured India announced that 71 men were missing after the fighting Shostri refuses to permit UN force NEW DELHI India Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri said Monday India will not permit a UN force on Indian soil to keep peace with Pak istan over Kashmir Speaking to Parliamentary aides Shastri said his government would permit only observers on the old pattern This was a reference to U N ob servers who have been patrolling the Kashmir ceasefire line since 1949 He said he had been in contact with U N Sec retaryGeneral U Thant on the matter of peace on the frontiers I made it clear that it could not be a peace keeping force Shastri said withat Fazilka and details of other casualties were awaited The Defense Ministry charged that the Pakistanis encroached on Indian territory and attacked without warning whan an Indian company was sent to ask the intruders to vacctc the intru sion India charged that more than 1000 Pakistani trnnps moved across the Sutlcv River into In dian territory in the Fazilka area If they do not get out there is going to be a fight a spokesman for the Indian De fense Ministry said Later the Pakistani govern ment radio said Indian troop seized two posts in Rajahstan near the Arabian Sen but were eared due tofaulty transmis ion or faulty reception A US Defense Department st of 17 Americans in Viet ong hands issued Aug 23 in ludcd Capt Humbert R Ver acc of Baltimore Md and Sgt J Kenneth M Roraback whose vife lives in Fayetteville NC he list did not include either a apt Joseph or a Sgt Mora icth Radio Hanoi identified the Americans as Capt Humbert R Versace of Baltimore Md and Sgt lC Kenneth M Rora back whose wife lives in etteville NC Congs brutal con duct can inno way be justified as a reprisal for the Vietnam ese governments recent execu ion of three civilian nonuni rbrmed Viet Cong agitators he American spokesman said These agitators were execut d following a trial conducted n accordance with established law arid judicial rocedure iri which they were onvicted of fomenting public iolence Versace whose father retired rom the Army two years ago as colonel was captured in Octo er 1963 when the Viet Cong vcrran a Special Forces camp t Tan Phu 110 miles south of aigon in the Mekong Delta Roraback was captured in fovembcr 1963 when the Viet ong overran another Special orces camp west of Saigon ear the Cambodian border nc of two other Americans apturcd with him Sgt Isaac amacho of El Paso Tex es aped last July Roraback is the son of Esther I Robbins Baldwin NY and HUMBERT VERSACE Executed by Reds forced back by a Pakistan counterattack In letters to Thanf during rh weekend India charged that the Pakistanis attacked first on the two fronts as well as near Ga dra in the disputed Himalayan state of Kashmir Pakistan pro tested the alleged Indian intru sions to Thant Thant said in a twopage re port to the Security Council that KASHMIR Please turn to 2 Backers of home rule win test vote WASHINGTON AP Back ers of selfgovernment for the District of Columbia won their first test vote in the House Mon day The 213183 vote was on a dis charge petition that served to bring the home rule bill to the floor The early success of the home rule strategists appeared to support their claims they had more than enough votes to pass the bill later this week No filibuster developed as de bate began Weve got a minimum of 235 votes said Rep Abraham J Multer DNY a leader of a bipartisan group pushing for its passage A majority of the House is 213 Multer said there might be a filibuster by diehard opponents of the bill which would give Washington with its heavily Ne gro population the right to elect its own officials for the first time since 1874 He said if this happens it is done in the House by members demanding strict following of all rules and by repeated quorum calls it may be Wednesday or Thursday before a final vote comes Well just sit and twid dle our thumbs until its over Multer said In order that Jewish members of the House could be present for any votes during the Rosh Hashanah holidays Monday and Tuesday an unprecedented Jewish religious service was arranged for the Capitol prayer room near the House chamber Backedup behind the home rule bill is a heavy schedule for the House this week A pay raise bill for all federal workers is next on the schedule with the compli cated sugar bill and the high way bcaulificalion bill after that The Senate is taking the day off today Tuesday it takes up a bill to eliminate tariffs on new cars and auto parts between the United States and Canada This may take all week but if there is time Senate leaders said they may bring up the controversial CONGRESS Turn to 2 George D Roraback West Hol lywood Fla Radio Hanoi said the two Americans were executed Sun day morning in a liberated area of South Viet Nam meaning in Viet Cong territory because they had commit ted many crimes against the South Vietnamese people Then quoting a Viet Coiig spokesman it accused the Unit ed States of having ordered their henchmen to kill the three Communist sympathizers executed in Da Nang last Wednesday The Viet Cong had warned earlier that they would make Lheir American prisoners pay for their bloocf debts if Viet Cong men held captive were executed SAME Black Traffic Death In Pait It   

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