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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                oneway In downtown Mason City Within two weeks downtown Mason City will have a of oneway streets new set An ordinance calling for Wash ington to go oneway south and Delaware oneway north be tween 2nd South and 4th North was approved by the City Coun cil Monday night without opposi tion either from councilmen or members of the audience As was case in two earlier votes on the ordinance the one way street measure passed unanimously City Clerk Marlys Shima said the legal requirement for estab lishing the new oneway streets publishing the ordinance in the GlobeGazette will be met by the end of the week Chief of Police Stan McClin tock said Tuesday it will take from 10 days to two weeks to determine location of oneway street signs and install them No action was taken on east west oneway streets discussed earlier The ordinance approved Monday night had been proposed on Sept 7 after an earlier down town street plan met defeat on the third reading The council also acted on sev eral other important matters Monday night Details are on Page 17 Continuing the costsharing Federal Avenue widening pro gram to include the section be tween 17th and 25th North was unanimously approved Purchase of the Lyons Cleaning and Laundry Building 35 2nd for was ap proved The city hopes to use the property either for parking Washington by bridging Paratroopers 1 Reds in battle SAIGON South Viet Nam paratroopers and Viet Cong guerrillas were engaged in heavy fight ing Tuesday 30 miles northeast of Saigon eyewit nesses said The paratroopers lured to a jungle hill by spora dic sniperfire found it honeycombed with Communist emplacements and fought a battle to clear it these or connecting S and S President Willow Creek The council authorized Mayor George E Mendon to prepare a workable program for community improvement one of the preliminary steps ne federal urban re cessary for newal aid The mayor was authorized to obtain prices on Union Me rriorial Methodist Church prop erty at Carolina and 4th NE The property would be used to improve corner traffic flow at the THe newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL IflS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER S IMS Conilsii of Two One Auoclttcd Preji Full LCIM No Ml 106 marchers arrested Dismiss vote suit against H R Gross WASHINGTON AP House Administration Commit tee approved Tuesday a resolu tion recommending dismissal of an election contest against Rep H R Gross RIowa Chairman Omar Burleson D Tex told reporters after the executive session that the com mittees action was on a fairly unanimous voice vote He said there was no recorc vote taken The action upheld a position taken on Sept 28 by the elec lions subcommittee in a case in which Gross was declared the of ficial winner by 419 votes over Democrat Stephen M Peterson Asked if any negative votes were cast Burleson replied I believe there were no votes so cast but there was no recorc vote The committee chairman die say that Rep Frank Thompson Jr DNJ had some questions which he felt were not answerec by the action and he Thomp son might file a minority re port Burleson saidhe will discuss plans with the HouseDemocrat ic leadership for bringing the resolution before the House for consideration possibly Thurs day or Friday Peterson had asked for a re count of the votes contending that Iowa election laws were violated Thompson a committee mem ber said later that he was con sidering the possibility of filing a minority report but I rather doubt that I will Pakistan and Malaysia end relationship RAWALPINDI Pakistan AP broke diplomatic re lations with Malaysia Tuesday because of Malaysias failure to support Pakistan s stand in th war over Kashmir Foreign Minister Z A Bhutto said the move was decided be cause that state Malaysia ha taken an immoral position has chosen to ignore an interna tional agreement has vioiat ed the solidarity of the Africa Asian world Bhutto disclosed the break a news conference The foreign minister said th Pakistani ambassador was be ing withdrawn and Malaysia wa being given time to wind up il affairs in Pakistan Union shop issues faces test vote WASHINGTON AP Sen ate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana an nounced Tuesday there would be nitial test vote Friday in the ight over the bill to repeal the TaftHartley law section which allows states to ban the union shop He told his colleagues that the leadership would take the un usual step of moving to table and thus kill the pending motion totake up the bill Such a mo Lion is not debatable leadership then will vote against the tabling motion Mansfield explained He said the leadership is un der no illusion that this course will resolve the matter but that it was hopeful it would give at least a clue to the Senate po sition on the bill Sponsors of the repealer have been claiming they have about 56 votes forit if the measure can be brought test to a passage Mansfield spoke out on the second day of a filibuster led by Senate Republican Leader Ev erett M Dirksen of Illinois against the bitterly controver sial bill Southern Democratic senators joining with Dirksen had not had a chance to air their views Tuesday before the Democratic leader took the floor A veteran of several civil rights filibusters Sen Sam J Ervin Jr DNC will captain the Dixie forces for the day as they try to block with words Senate Democratic Leader Mike They said the Americans from the 173rd Airborne Bri gade suffered light to moderate casualties Eleven Viet Cong bodies had been counted Earlier another Viet Cong force ambushed a small US Army unit 15 miles northeast of Saigon and killed or wounded every American a US military spokesman reported Another US Army patrol heard the shooting and rushed to the scene but the Viet Cong had fled Two guerrillas were reported killed The patrol unit that was am bushed from the 1st Infantry Division was made up of less than 12 men the spokesman said but the exact number was not given Three other Americans were killed in air missions inside South Viet Nam the spokesman said Elsewhere two Viet Cong as saults of battalion size were re ported Heavy losses were inflicted on governmenttroops Monday when the Viet Cong hit a fiver convoy of five boats in the Mek ong Delta 55 miles southwest of Saigon The convoy drew in tense smallarms and automat icweapons fire from the shore and two of the boats were sunk The convoy was on a supply mission to a nearby post Another guerrilla battalion attacked and overran a hamlet defended by government troops 110 miles northwest of Saigon near the Cambodian border The fate of the hamlet was nol known The Communists had been operating in small units in re cent weeks A Viet Cong battal ion normally numbers about 500 to 600 men Govenrment forces claimed 101 Viet Cong killed in two other Mansfields motion to bring the repeal bill to the floor The filibuster began Monday under the leadership of Repub lican Leader Everett M Dirk sen and Wednesday GOP sena tors will hold the fort again actions Monday 70 in the southernmost province of An Xuyen and 31 bodies counted after heavy fighting near the Phu Cu Pass in Binh Dinh Prov ince Heavy government casualties were reported in the Phu Cu fighting Demonstrate in Mississippi NATCHEZ Miss arrested 106 march ing shouting young Negroes Monday night then brought back their leader to help control other Ne groes who pushed toward some 150 heckling white Negroes filled the street when officers loaded a bus with arrested demonstrators They shook their fists yelled to police Get hose k 1 a n s m e n out of Commies down US worplane gift works many wonders The helping a little girl are son City the Fund drive wiil be years symbol of the United Fund along with the launched Wednesday slogan OneGift Works Many Wonders In Ma TOKYO AP Communist Chinese air force planes shot down a US fighter plane over the China mainland Tuesday Peking Radio claimed The Chinese language broad cast said the plane was one ol four American aircraft that in truded over the mainland It said the intrusion was into Kwangsi Province in southeast China at pm pUnes intercepted th aircraft and downed the one the broadcast said The broadcast made no men lion of the pilot of the downed plane It added that the three othe planes fled Peking charged that the fou planes flew over the mainlan on a mission of military prov ocation Peking claimed on Sept 1 Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 6 Society news 91011 Sports 1314 North Iowa news IS Mason City news 1617 Fail to agree on farm bill WASHINGTON AP Senate and House conferees failed Tuesday to agree on final details on an omnibus farm bill which includes major government sup port programs on cotton wheat feed grains and wool after pilgrimage VATICAN CITY OP Pope Paul VI came home Tues day from the papacys first transatlantic pilgrimage a day long quest for world brother hood and vowed he would con tinue to work as much as pos sible for peace He returned to a red carpet welcome in his see of Rome and said that his striving for world peace was a fundamentalpoint of pur is of our ministry We bless all we meet on this difficult but luminous way The mission that cast the pa pacy in a new international role Pictures stories on Papal yisit page 12 seemed to have refreshed the Pope He did not show fatigue after the lightning 30hour jour neyInstead he had the appear CAST CAVORTS Members of the Music Man road show cast play on the Meredith Willson Footbridge one even hanging off during n lunch stop Monday in Mason City The cast members were en route from St Paul to Des Moines where a Music Man run is starting in the KRNT Theater Origi nally scheduled to lunch in Minnesota the actors insisted on com ing on to River City where they were shown the bridge by Mayor George EMendon The bridges forerunner is featured in the musical See other picture on Page 2 Foreign aid bill sent to Johnson v WASHINGTON AP The Senate gave final congressional approval Tuesday to the billion foreign aid money bill and sent it to the White House for President Johnsons signa ture passage was by a voice vote after the Senate had voted 40 to 23 to accept thereport of the SenateHouse Conference Committee which settled differ ences between the House and Senate versions On the roll call vote 32 Dem ocrats and 8 Republicans voted to accept the conference report and 13 Democrats and 10 Repub licans voted against it Sen JW Fulbright DArk chair man of the Senate Foreign Re lations Committee who had vot ed present on passage of the aid bill two weeks ago voted no Tuesday The House passed the bill last Friday 204 to 127 It provides billion in mil itary assistance and bil lion for economic aid The meas ure also includes for the Peace Corps Ryukus Islands and support of international lending institutions bringing the overall total to The SenateHouse conference restored million in economic aid cut on the Senate floor on an amendment by Sen Leverett SallonsUll RMass It also put back million of an million cut made by the Senate appro priations committee in funds for economic development loans The compromise cut out the House ban on aid to nations whose ships North Viet Nam and substituted an amend ment leaving up to the Presi dent any aid cutoff The aid total is less than President Johnson re quested from Congress and million less than Congress voted for aid last year ance of being satisfied with a mission accomplished He was also thankful He said in his arrival remarks that a sentiment of gratitude rises in our heart to the Lord for the good inspiration He gave us to undertake this voyage The Roman Catholic pontiff is sued a separate message to the peoplesOf the world thank ing them for following his trip and promising to seek peace with all our Fortyfive minutes after his American jet airliner landed at Romes Leonardo da Vinci air port he was back in the Vatican His limousine drove through St Peters Square where several thousand persons lined the route and cheered Prelates of the Vatican Ecu menical Council greeted him on the steps of St Peters Basilica and he immediately entered to report to them on his mission Speakingin Latin the pontiff said Now more than ever before we must be workers for peace The Catholic Church has put upon itself a greater obligation to serve the cause of peace ow ing to the fact that through our voyage it has solemnly de fended the cause He said it is not the duty nor the intention of the church to enter the political and economic fields of the temporal world But he added thatit is the duty of the church to help build civil peace by constantly supporting it both morally and on certain occasions materially Pope noted that the Vat ican council is debating a schema on modern world prob lems designed to improve con tacts between the Roman Cath olic Church and the con temporary world He said therefore the churchs work for peace already is un der way He returned to his apartment just 38 hours and 20 minutes aft er he left there Monday Unlike his quiet departure be fore dawn Monday he returned to a ceremonious welcome and to cheers of several thousand Romans along his route Dressuniformed police stood at attention along a red carpet and a crowd of more than 1000 POPE Turn to Page 2 that a US Air Force F104 je nere Among the whites who had athercd a half block from a egro church where the march arted was E L McDaniel of atchez Mississippi grand ragon of the United Klans of Vmerica Police kept the whites and Negroes separated although Oth groups surged at one an ther Rudy Shields a Chicago Ne TO and NAACP worker took a lullhorn from police and told he Negroes You are defeat ng your own purposes Get back Go back inside the church But the jeers continued from sides About 30 minutes later a car returned to the area with Charles Evers NAACP state field secretary who was one of the first arrested Evers ordered the demonstra tors to go home saying Theres no point in causing any trouble If you want to be free theres no point in us fuss ing and fighting and cursing and shouting Tnose people out there the flew over Chinas Hainan Islam in the Gulfof Tonkin and wa shot down and its pilot cap The United States said tha plane had developed mechanics difficulty and went down in th Gulf of Tonkin In Washington the Pentagon said il had no information on any such incident but was look ing into the report Resistance in central Java is collapsing SINGAPORE AP Reports from Jakarta Tuesday said or ahized rebel in cea ral Java appears to have col lapsed The reports sent through dip omatic channels said small pockets of rebel forces were still scattered throughout the central part of Indonesias main island aut these were believed to be ill armed and poorly led The diplomatic reports said an American businessman who was not identified drove the ength of Java in the past two days and found very little fighting The American reportedly en countered rebel forces but fqund Shem quite friendly He reported hat many people he had spoken to in central Java were support ers of Lt Col Untung the lead er of the attempt last week to overthrow President Sukarno Radio Malaysia reported to day that the army forces in con trol of Jakarta had begun a crackdown on Communists in the capital arresting 200 Red supporters Without giving the source of its report it added that 5000 people at a rally in Jakarta had demanded that the Indonesian Communist party be banned Jakarta Radio announced that Sukarno had called a meeting of his political and military high command Wednesday at his summer palace in miles south of the Bogor 40 Indonesian capital The meeting was ex pected to shed some light on the murky political situation in In donesia Earlier the Malaysian govern ment radio reported that fighting between government forces and proCommunist re bels had broken out in sections of central Java The broadcast did not give the source of the information The Radio Malaysia report said the rebels controlled sever al districts including the Jogja karta region 250 miles southeast of Jakarta An earlier Malaysi an report said army troops had retaken Jogjakarta after Com munisl elements captured it whites dont know any better They are ignorant I ask you to go home Please dont fight in the streets Police said a Negro Hugh Ransom of Natchez was carry ing a loaded 38caliber revolver The gun was confiscated and he was taken away in a police car The arrests brought to 517 number of demonstrators ar rested since last Friday Most were sent to the State Prison Farm at Parchman to await rial on charges of parading without a permit Some been released on bonds Police Chief J T Robinson topped the march as he had halted similar marches Satur day and Sunday for parading without a permit Evers said the demonstrations would continue despite a court order against them until city officials agreed to desegrega ion demands Atlas boosts new satellite into orbit VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE Calif aerospace research satellite was boosted nto orbit Tuesday aboard an Ulas D Intercontinental bal istic missile the Air Force re ported from this West Coast test acility A spokesman said the research satellite was released from the missile about five minutes after iftoff and achieved orbit about half an hour later propelled un der its own power into an orbit hat will take it more than 1300 miles from earth at its furth ist point The spokesman said the objec ives of the flight are to prove Dperational capabilities of the atellites own power system and ultimately to provide an irbital platform for conducting cientific experiments in space North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair through Wed nesday Warmer Tuesday night lows 4tSO Warmer southeast Wednesday in low 70s Weather details on page 2 SAME DATE1H410   

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