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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                if twoUS planes collide Believe three were killed were SAIGON South Viet Nam AP Two US A1E Skyraid er planes collided Saturday ind it was believed that the pilots and one passenger were killed a US military spokesman said The passenger was identified as Bernard Kolenberg 38 a Photographer for the Albany NY Times Union He was on leave from his newspaper anc on assignment for The Asso ciatcd Press when he was killed Two other US planes lost on missions Friday The spokesman said the planes that crashed Saturday were being fired on from the ground near An Khe One plane was on a strafing run trying to eliminate the ground fire and the other was on a napalm run No parachutes were seen and it was presumed that the three occupants of the planes were killed the spokesman said The planes were based at Qui Nhon The aircraft reported lost Fri day were an Air Force FIDO and an F4C The F100 was on a bombing attack 105 miles west of Saigon and did not pull but of a dive No chute was observed and the pilot was presumed killed The F4C went down about 75 miles northwest oF Hanoi in North Viet Nam after apparent ly being struck by ground fire Two parachutes were seen and the two crewmen were re ported missing The plane was one of 14 Phan tom jets and 12 Thunderchiefs conducting missions over North Viet Nam In ground action near Rach Gia about 100 miles south of Saigon a battalionsized opera tion of South Vietnamese troops reported finding quantities of Viet Cong arms and ammuni tion Friday The South Vietnamese cap tured eight Viet Cong and 12 suspects Casualties were de scribed as light US Marines in the Da Nang area reported killing 10 Viet Cong Friday and capturing two Marine casualties were de scribedas light Twenty US Air Force Phan toms and Supersabres con ducted seven armed missions over the Than Hoa and Binh areas The carrier Mid way launched about 95 sorties Friday Iniv the days most significant action eight planes struck at a Viet Cong concentration 50 miles north of Ninh Hoa and de stroyed 42 structures and dam aged 10 All aircraft returned safely File suits against 6 major firms NEW YORK AP A large group of electric utility compa nies has filed pricefixing suits totaling millions of dollars in damages against six major alu minum manufacturers The civil suits filed Friday in federal court by 62 public utili ties in 21 states charge the firms with conspiring between 1958 and 1961 to fix prices in the sale of aluminum conductor cable in overhead electric lines Named as defendants were the Aluminum Co of America Anaconda Wire and Cable Co General Cable Corp Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Sales Inc Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp and Reynolds Metals Co The newspaper that makes all North Iowans neighbors Home Edition VOL IK MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 IMS UOc i Piper Conilsti of Two Associated Full Lcass Wlrei Ne ZOO Jakarta in state of war Military justice challenged SALT LAKE CITY Utah AP A US District Court udge has ruled that a soldier is entitled to the same legal pro ection at a courtmartial as a civilian tried in any court The ruling on a soldiers ap plication for a writ oC habeas corpus challenges traditional concepts of military justice and s called unique by Utahs US attorney William T Thurinan Judge A Sherman Christen en of the Utah District in an Pinion filed Friday said sol iiers tried by special courts martial are entitled by the Con titutions Sixth Amendment to trained lawyer as counsel Officers traditionally are ap xiinted to act as defense or pro ecution counsel in a courtmar ial regardless of whether they re lawyers The uniform codeof military ustice requires bona fide law ers as defense and prosecution ounsel in a general courtmar ial but a lower courtmartial does not carry this requirement Pvt James E Stapley of Salt Lake City pleaded guilty two months ago at a special court martial to passing eight bad hecks and using disrespectful anguage to a noncommissioney jfficer The courtmartial was held here at Ft Douglas Staplty said his military ounsel had recommended the uilty plea He was sentenced to 0 days imprisonment A fine of 55 a month for six months was commuted providing he pays back in bad checks Two weeks ago Stapley got a civilian attorney James P Rowley of Salt Lake City Cow ey applied for a writ of habeas orpusa legal tool used to free Jersons unlawfully held in cus ody Stapley was freed after 58 ays of confinement Judge Christensens opinion aid the right to counsel meaning a lawyer of one harged with a crime before a nilitary tribunal is as funda mental to a fair trial as before a ivilian court judge said Stapleys mili ary counsel was poorly quipped to aid him Stapley was represented by a captain ivho is a veterinarian in the rmy and by a second lieuten nt The judge called the Armys prosecution officers qually unqualified Stapley said he had asked for civilian or military lawyer iut was told by the Army no military lawyer was available He said he couldnt afford a ci ilian lawyer The Army con firmed Stapleys statement Cowley said he was defending itapley because of profession 1 interest This is a precedent theres no question about it Cowley aid There is no previous case ike it Pholofax TRAFFIC mannequin stopped traffic at Sheridan and Peru road in Dubuque this week when a resident put it up to slow down the speeders It did The Dubuque County sheriffs de partment had him move it back from the roadside SAIGON Viet Nam AP Terrorist bomb explosions lours apart killed 11 Vietnam ese in Saigon Saturday Among 2 persons wounded were three Americans The first bomb went off at loon at the base of a steel utility pole near the Cong Hoa National Plan more marches in Georgia Negroes stepped up the pace of their demonstrations in the Georgia town of Gjrawford ville with two street marches riday after futile attempts to block school buses and enroll in WHOS DOING THE CALLING Elroy Murphy of St Louis Mo newly crowned hog call ing champ at the Los Angeles County Fair gets some comioetition from one of the hogs during the Pliolofax contest at Pomona Calif Murphy who is a student at Chico State College in northern California beat 20 other competitors to win the crown Pennyapound air rides set for Sunday The pennyapound airplane rides at the Mason City Mu nicipal Airport will be offered from 1 to pm Sunday Dr John Dixon said in a re minder Saturday Dr Dixon is president of the Pilots Club which will provide the plane rides as a benefit to the Mason City United Fund A ride in a plane will cost a minimum of plus penny a pound for each pound of a persons weight over 100 pounds Wants end to paper strike by Monday NEW YORK AP Mayor Robert F Wagner says he will make recommendations to set tle the citys 17dayold newspa per strikeshutdown by midnight Saturday night if t h e parties concerned reach no accord Wagner a Roman Catholic said Friday he wants complete publication restored in time for Mondays visit to New York by Pope Paul VI adding This visit of great historical importance should get the reatestpossible coverage not only here but wherever these papers arc sold A strike by the AFLCIO New York Newspaper Guild Sept 16 against the New York Times led to a shutdown of all but one SJew York City daily the New York Post Last Monday the New York Herald Tribune re sumed publication One glimmer of hope toward settling the overallnewspaper situation was reflected early Saturday when the Mailers Un ion and the New York Publish ers Association recessed nego tiations and mediator Theodore Kneel announced at 3 am We expect to have it finished Saturday After the Guild walked out the 875 mailers members of the AFLCIO International Ty pographical Union said they would not return to work untU they had negotiated a satisfac tory contract of their own Wagner said he was stepping into the newspaper picture aft er he had conferred with his top labor experts Any settlement recommendations by the Demo cratic mayor would not be bind ing on the Guild and the Times John Birch editor of GOP WASHINGTON AP when Sen Thruston editor of a newsletter Morton RKy charged the by Washington Young is trying to infiltrate the cans has been ousted and said its influence he is a member of the be driven from the party Birch Wcstncr of Greenbclt The unpaid editor and his secretary of the District of confirmed the move Young Republicans It came amid a barrage she gave George H Miller GOP criticism aimed at the a letter Thursday night tell him he was through as edi The attack on Birchers of the newsletter Cambodia to boycott in UNITED NATIONS a policy speech peppered AP The United States denunciations of the United mained confident Saturday Sambath said no inter can keep Communist China issue can be resolved of the United Nations the participation of Pek year despite efforts by supporters to dramatize the United Nations needs Cambodia used a new more than China needs Friday Ambassador Huor United Nations he said oath told the General Thursdays argument hat Cambodia Would Albania Red Chinas voice the main UN committees the United Nations Sam cause Red Chinas absence denounced US air strikes eroded the world North Viet Nam and ability to cope with critical the United Nations to up what he called Americsn intervention Try He said Cambodia would keep its seat in the General Assembly but would not take part in the transplant of assembly organs US Ambassador Arthur J answering attacks on farmer Viet Nam policy told the General Assembly Fri the key to peace in South MINNEAPOLIS Minn Asia lies hidden in North A Wisconsin farmer and Nam For this reason the joy were reported doing States must continue right Saturday night after South Viet Nam from kidney transplant operation threat of Red engulfment which the man gave up one said his A spokesman at recalled that the Hospitals said Jimmy Black Slates had repeatedly was in critical condition willingness to enter patients are listed after a with any govern operation but that he is at any place and any time ing satisfactory progress conditions on a formula ald Black 41 who farms in bringing an honorable end to River Falls area was in Viet Nam war factory only responses he said Jimmy has had kidney contemptuous rejection most of his life arid has Peking and unacceptable kept alive for a year from Hanoi the through use of an artificial Vietnamese capital sources are convinced The ailment runs in the recent warlike statements family A daughter Nancy 12 died in 1959 from kidney from Peking and its tion The eldest child Gerry moves to block UN ef has had minor trouble with to restore peace between Black said in advance of and Pakistan will kill any days surgery that it was Red China might have of last chance to salvage a into the organization this life for Because of your past and or present involvement with the John Birch Society Mrs West netwrote I feel the interests of the Republican party and the District of Columbia Young Re publicans are not being served to the best advantage Miller 32 a parttime law student at Catholic University confirmed in an interview that he is a member of the Birch Society Miller said he joined in January 1962 and it has never been a secret Ive been a more or less nominal member of the socie ty he said Miller said he knew of no oth er society members in the Washington organization Ive never tried to recruit people from the Young Republicans he said although I felt that I could express my conservative views in the paper The paper is called Rally About 1800 copies are printed monthly The organization has 900 members Mrs Wcstner said she decided Monday night to oust Miller By virtue of his editorship he also was a director of the organiza tion She said she was not satisfied with Millers editing and com plained he had written editorials critical of some Republican viewpoints There was criticism of other party members instead of the Democrats she complained Mrs Wcstncr said she knew of Millers Birch Society mem bership But I needed someone who knew how to do the job she said Miller had been cditorinchicf for more than a year Sen Morton renewed his at tack on the society Friday say ing this group seems more dedicated to the defeat of Re publicans than of Democrats I dont think we have any room in the Republican party for a clandestine organization engaged in character assassina tion he said But Morton said he believes there are more Democrats than Republicans in the organization In Columbus Ohio former Republican Sen William F Knowland of California said the Birch Society is not a Republi can organization and never has claimed lo be They do claim to have as many Democrats as Republi cans in the organization he said Knowland added he knows of no way cither political party can purge people from its mem bership lists Explosions kill 11 Vietnamese were white schpol More demonstrations planned Saturday These demonstrations arc going to continue until Negro children can get a quality ed ucation said Willie Bolden oi he Southern Christian Leader ship Conference at a courthouse rally Friday night Elsewhere a Supreme Cour justice refused to halt court pro ccedings in Hayneville Ala the US attorney general sal an investigation would continu into a civil rights worker death in the Alabama city an federal voting registrars wer ordered into Alabamas capita city More than T50 Negroe marched from a church to the old red brick Taliaferro Count courthouse where they sang and prayed Their leaders beratec Gov Carl E Sanders and bclit Lied the state troopers guarding Lhem There were only a few white spectators during the night demonstration which followed a similar march at noon Friday and a rally at the courthouse Earlier Negroes tried to block school buses carrying white pu ils to surrounding counties and staged a brief demonstration in ront of the white school at nearby Warrenton Bolden told the crowd Friday night that SCLCs top leaders neluding Dr Martin Luther Cing Jr the president would be joining the civil rights cam paign here In Washington Justice Hugo Black refused to halt court proceedings in Lowndes County Ala Blacks decision came a day after a special deputy sher ff Thomas L Coleman was acquitted in state court in the Alabama county in the killing of civil rights worker Justice Black denied the rc luest without comment The union had appealed a lower fed eral courts refusal to halt court action in Lowndes The American Civil Liberties Jnion wanted the lower court to lalt the trials until action could be taken to get more Negroes n the Lowndes County jury rolls US Atly Gen Nicholas Kat zcnbach said in Midland Tex he investigation into the slay ng will continue The victim onathan Daniels was shot Jown in front of a small store at Hayneville In Montgomery Ala 25 miles rom Hayneville federal voting examiners were ordered to take jver voter registration The Al abama state capital became the irst metropolitan area so des gnatcd under the 1965 Voting Rights Act The American Civil Liberties Jnion announced plans for what t called a major drive in the ccp South to end exclusion of Negroes from jury service The group sajd the campaign would be called Operation Sladiunv i training center for Vietnamese police officers Police said four children and five police officers were killed Thirtytwo persons were wound ed The explosive was believed to have been a Claymore type mine which can be aimed to fire pellets like a shotgun A taxi loaded with a bomb ex ploded in front of a Saigon thea tcr and near three American military billets killing two Viet namese passcrsby and wounding 10 other people including two Americans US military police officers at the scene said the bomb was being carried under the rcai seat of the small taxi and thai it apparently exploded prema turely in the middle of the street Neither of the two woundec Americans was in serious con dition The explosion took place bout 100 yards from three mill iplestory military billets and ibout 100 yards from the US Javy hospital one of the ma or American medical facilitie n Saigon Some windows were reporlci o have been shattered in th US installations but no on was injured there Prisoners to get job freedoms WASHINGTON AP Fo hundreds of federal prisoner who yearn for something better prison walis are about to be come something you return tc at night when other men arc to their homes They will be given a chance to prepare a place for themselves n the nations labor force in hopes of casing transition to reedom when their sentence are up a shock that often eads them back to prison They will be turned loose rom 1Q federal institutions each norning to travel to jobs work cside free men and return vol ntarily to their cells in the eve ing Southern Justice For every step of the way hey will be on their own un scorted unwatchcd The work relief program or which the Federal Bureau of is now setting machin ry into motion is a provision of he prisoner rehabilitation law igncd by President Johnson cpt 10 It marks another step in the ong campaign to transform US penal institutions from ark holes of confinement and cspair to colonies where men rho have strayed from the path f lawfulness can make a stab t redirecting their lives The law also provides for the stablishmcnt of an adult ver ion of halfway cleasc guidance avc proved effective with oung offenders in easing the ransilion from prison to private fc Myrl E Alexander director f the Bureau of Prisons said in n interview a surprising num er of community organizations ave indicated a willingness to cccpt workers from nearby nstitufions But he said there would be a radual approach to the pro ram Were going to start very onscrvativcly and build up ome experience so that our mistakes will be held to a mini mum explained the white aired veteran of two decades f prison work During early months of the ork release program imple mentation will be limited to 10 institutions where minimum custody is the rule rather than the exception North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and warmer through Sunday Lewi Saturday night near 45 Political situation not clear Martial law declared JAKARTA Indonesia AP akarla radio said Saturday martial law had been proclaim d and the capital was in a state of war The broadcast followed an anoiinccment that forces loyal President Sukarno had mashed an attempt to seize owcr Martini law applied in the akarta area and in West Java ie radio said It also reported ighting in Central Java where a olonel was reported defying rders to renounce support of ne rebels The countrys political situa ion remained unclear but the adio station last reported that ukarno 64 still was chief of tale following a coup against nim Thursday and a counter coup by loyal army units Fri day The radio reports gave no clue as to Sukarnos where abouts but said he was safe and well He appeared for the last time in public Thursday night Since early Friday Sukarnos palace has been cordoned off by troops stationed several blocks away Sukarnos palace guards were on duty despite the fact that Thursdays coup was led by their commander LtCol Un tung There was confusion about what actually had taken place The only available official in formation were communiques broadcast by Radio Jakarta No details were available on the fighting in Central Java The newly appointed army chief Maj Gen Suharto was said to have sent troops to deal with the commander of the Semarang area who had de clared himself in support of the rebels A broadcast said the com mander Col Suherman had ecn dishonorably discharged rom the army Semarang is about 150 miles east of Jakarta Broadcasts said Gen Abdul laris Nasution Sukarnos de cnse minister had restored rder in the capital after the ttempted coup by Untung Untung a relatively obscure fficer said he seized power to ave Sukarno from a plot con octed by a council of generals Ie did not name them but said he council was a subversive ody backed by the US Cen ral Intelligence Agency The US State Department denied he charge Untung seized the radio sla ion early Friday and told the ation he was in power at the ead of a 45member revolu onary council The council in luded at least 10 Communist ympathizers but the political oloration of Untungs move nent was not known Friday night the army broad ast a statement that the coup ad been crushed Indonesian political parties n eluding the 3millionstrong ommunist party were silent s the rapid shifting of events arrcd a regime that has shown rowing friendliness toward ommunist China Arrest suspected Reds in Sarawak KUCHING Malaysia AP olice Saturday reported the ar cst of nine Chinese on suspici i of Communist activities in lalaysias Borneo state of Sar ivak They said the arrests made arlier this week brought to 41 he number of persons detained n Communist charges durin eptcmbcr Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Church news 47 Society news Mason City news 1011 North Iowa rvtws 12 3i4 Business news 17 Clear Lake news II   

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