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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 16, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Exchange ambushes in Viet Another raid by B52s SAIGON South Viet Nam AP Giant US Air Force B52 bombers staged another raid in South Viet Nam Satur day while South Vietnamese troops and the Viet Cong ex changed ambushes The B52s from Guam hit a suspected Viet Cong logistics complex in the northern coastal province of Quang Ngai 330 miles northeast of Saigon On the ground government troops said they killed 88 Viet Cong guerrillas in scattered clashes but only 38 were con firmed by body count In a heavy fight in Mtk ong River delta 155 miles southwest of Saigon a govern ment unit ambushed about 100 guerrillas in An Xuyen Province and reported that 28 had been killed No government casual ties were reported A Communist force of unde termined size inflicted heavy casualties Friday in an ambush near the Cambodian border 120 mileswest ofSaigon The gov ernment unit said 50 guerrillas were killed A government company en gaged two companies of guerril las for six hours in another del ta clash 80 miles south of Sai gon Ten Viet Cong were killed and light government losses were reported US troops of the 1st Cavalry Division Airmobile exchanged fire Friday with guerrillas who shot at a convoy in the central highlands 15 miles west of the divisions base camp at An Khe The Americans said they re pulsed a Viet Cong attempt to prevent the evacuation of a US helicopter shot down with four men aboard The crewmen were rescued after armed helicopters killed seven Viet Gong and wounded four In Saigon a terrorist hurled a grenade over the wall of an offi cers quarters but no casualties were reported The assailant escaped The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL us MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER U UOc i Coniids of Two Awoclttnl Full No 212 To keep up Viet protest jump 187 in giving at hospital Mercy Hospital employes have had a 1875 per cent United Fund increase in giving over last year it was reported Saturday as the hospital became the third pace setter organization to report in this years drive Last year 201 contributors at the hospital gave This Rod Cross Red Feather now together years giving by 299 contributors was There is no gift solicited from the hospital as a firm since it is a nonprofit organization Ted Kochcvar was the solici tor for the campaign in the hos pital The hospital is the third of four pacesetter groups report ing The pace setters started their campaign early to set a general United Fund pace and to test campaign methods The GlobeGazette and Blue Ribbon Beef Pack previously reported successful pace setter cam paigns Greene sailor is killed in Taipei mishap TAIPEI Formosa ert K Morgan 19 Navy enlist ed man from Greene Iowa was fatally injured in a traffic acci dent in Taipei police said Sat urday Morgan a technician 3C was hit by a weapons carrier Friday after the motorcycle he was riding became entangled with a threewheeled motorized cart His next of kin is his mother Mrs Nellie Morgan of Greene Morgan was attached to the US Headquarters Support Ac tivity Taipei Protests peaceful in Iowa By THE ASSOCIATED PRESH Peaceful demonstrations and teachins addressed by some faculty members marked stu dent participation Saturday at three Iowa collegiate institutions to protest of the governments policy in Viet Nam Iowa in Iowa City and Iowa State University in Ames were joined by students at Drake Uni versity in DCS Moines A march was set at Iowa City for 10 am and Drake support ers planned a panel discussion to be followed by a Students for a Demoncratic Society march to the DCS Moines main Post Office to mail protests to Presi dent Johnson Demonstrations started Fri day at the Iowa City and Ames schools About a dozen Iowa State Uni versity students set up a 24hour vigil in front of the Naval Re serve Officers Training Corps building on the campus The small group carrying placards attracted little attention Friday A girl home economics senior Jacqui Alberts of Martinez Calif who has been active in a campus civil rights group aid there was no organization behind the vigil Speakers in a symposium at the University of Iowa included students and faculty members One of those who spoke was Prof Christopher Lasch associ ate professor of history symposium was followed by a teachin at night in which the principal faculty speakers were James McCue associate professor at the Poet ry Workshop and George Gins bergs assistant professoro f po litical science Drake University officials ap proved a teachin at that school Saturday morning but did net sanction the protest march in Des Moines a spokesman said Des Moines police reached agreement on the line of march and provided an escort The Iowa Stale Da ay student newspaper at Ames published a fullpage announcement Friday in which 60 students faculty members and m i n i s t c r s at tacked the Viet Nam war pol icy Storm Elena is growing in intensity MIAMI Fla AP Tropical storm Elena reached hurricane intensity Saturday and forecast ers predicted the storm would grow stronger as it moved slow ly toward the northwest Air Force reconnaissance air craft estimated winds at 75 miles an hour near the center with gale force winds extending out 300 miles to the north and 100 miles to the south of the cen ter The storm moving northwest erly at 7 miles an hour was lo cated at 5 am about 1250 miles east of Vero Beach Fla and 450 miles southeast of Bermuda Forecasters said the storm will probably move on a general northwesterly course at less than 10 miles an hour for the next 24 hours with a slow in crease in intensity Some increase in wind and shower activity was forecast for the Bermuda area by Sunday 35 the storm approached the gen eral vicinity of the island Refugees Cuba a world of scarcity KEY WEST Fla AP Refugees arriving by the strange Cuban ferry service say a world of scarcity lies be yond the fencedoff port of Ca marioca the embarkation point Johnsons stitches removed WASHINGTON AP Doc tors removed all the stitches from President Johnsons abdo men Saturday and reported all went well Asst Press Secretary Joseph Laitin reported the stitches which closed the incision made after a gall bladder operation last week were removed after an early breakfast Dr George A Hallenbeck of Mayo Clinic chief surgeon at the operation supervised stitches removal of the RAINING LEAVES A Dubuquer strolls through i shower of light rain and colorsplashed leaves Thursday The pattern of fallen leaves Photofax bleached by the sun and frost resembles a blanket of white snow as autumn falls behind in its race with winter Inside I The Globe i Editorials 4 Church news 67j Society news 81 Sports news 910 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 New complications in Morrissey squabble Comics Business news Clear Lake news North Iowa news 14 15 16 18 Beauty queen left to join Peace Corps PINE BLUFF Ark AP Rhonda Lee Oglesby the blonde blueeyed former Miss Arkansas came home Friday and ended a 12day mystery about her disappearance The 19yearold resigned her Miss Arkansas crown Oct 4 in a 14word telegram sent from Memphis Tenn Then she van ished Her father Horace Oglesby speculated thatshe might have joined the Peace Corps That said Rhonda is exactly what she tried She said she went to Washing Ion DC with Lee Carter a longtime hometown boy friend to join the Peace Corps but learned that its not a simple process and takes several months Her plans are unsettled she said in a threepage statement given newsmen by her father Reporters were not allowed to see her I thought at one time that nothing could make me happier than being Miss Arkansas for a year Rhondas statement said I considered it a challenge and an honor and I still do By SEYMOUR M HERSH WASHINGTON AP The Morrissey case said the senator from Illinois gets a little more complicated every day Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois was talk ing about latest developments in President Johnsons controver syprovoking nomination of Bos ton Municipal Court Judge Francis X Morrissey for a US Dist Court judgeship in Massa chusetts The developments included own announce ment that he would check into a Boston Globe report that Mor rissey ran for the Massachu setts Legislature in 1934 the same year the nominee testi fied last week that he was in Georgia practicing law Business urged to keep lid on prices statement by Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mans field of Montana that he hopes to bring the nomination before the full Senate Tuesday The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the nomination Wednesday after two days of hearings delayed vote against Mor rissey by Judicial Committee member Sen Jacob K Javits RNY making the tally 64 for Javits missed last I weeks vote Washington Post re ported today that a new FBI HOT SPRINGS Va AP Business leaders had the word oday from the Johnson admin istration keep alid on prices to head off the possibility of in flation But those attending the semi annual meeting of the Business Council predict a rise in prices in 1966 along with a general rise in the economy Privately the businessmen still see the shad ow of inflation across the future In an address Friday night to the council Vice President Hu bert II Humphrey asked the business leaders to exercise the utmost judgment so that we may all avoid the danger which could wipe out the gains we have made I mean the dan ger of inflation Particularly H u m p h r ey added I would hope that price stability could be maintained price stability to keep us com petitive in world markets to help us in our balance of pay investigation into claimed residence was under way Morrisscys in Georgia ments to protect purchasing power of fixed dollar earnings retirement benefits and insur ance payments The vice president said the administration sees no present likelihood that expenditures will rise enough because of the Viet Nam war to bring a threat of inflation Dirksen told newsmen he would bring the latest allegation about Morrissey before both the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Sen James 0 East land DMiss and Katzenbach This is percolating in my head as to what 1 have to do Also scheduled for the Presi dent Saturday was a dental checkup a matter of conven ience because of the lime avail able during his hospilalization Laitin said It is just rou tine dental checkup having no relation to last weeks opera tion It was the ninth day since the President underwent surgery and his recuperation was con tinuing fo go on schedule Johnson went to bed at 2 am today Laitin reported and slept until 7 am At Bethesda Naval Hospital where Johnsons gall bladder and a kidney stone were re moved last week the President is on a minimum schedule that offers more time for a dental examination than he would have at the While House Late Friday Johnson still had persistent pain and soreness in the abdomen The pain kept him awake most of the night before Around noontime the President dropped into what Laitin said was his first sound sleep since 2 am He slept for a little more than an hour Then Johnson caught up on another hours sleep in the late afternoon before dining with Mrs Johnson and several of his staff on filet of sole spinach cold stewed tomatoes and the usual tapioca In between the President signed a bill making funds available to federal agen cies whose regular appropria tion bills have not yet cleared in their smallboat exodus to the United States I had to quit driving my taxi in Havana because I couldnt get tires and spare parts said a refugee Jose who asked his family name not be used I couldnt get medicine for the children Doctors gave me pre scriptions but there was no medicine Jose accompanied by his wife and three children was among 57 refugees who arrived Friday night in four small boats One of the boats carried 24 Cubans all related and they held a jubilant family re union as they sailed from Ca marioca across the Florida Straits It was the first time 1 had seen my relatives in three years said Antonia Garcia of New York City one of five crewmen who wenl to bring out sisters brothers children par ents and inlaws Garcia said his youngest brother was in jail becuase he quit his job and his mother wanted to remain with her son n Cuba Major clash fea red Student burns draft card NEW YORK AP Thou sands of persons protested US involvement in Viet Nam in demonstrations Friday in more than a score of American cities More demonstrations were planned for today in an organ ized weekend of protest In California a major clash had been feared between 10000 demonstrators and spectators in the largest protest march of the day but there was little disor Garcia now a lithographer in New York said crowds outside he fcnccdoff Camarioca com lound were unhappy For them there was liltl food a scarcity of almost every thing he added Inside dcr The demonstrators attempted protest march from Berkeley o Oakland but they turned ack when 375 Oakland police men barred their way National jiiardsmcn had been on stand y alert The marchers said they would ry again today A crowd of spectators esti nated at 7000 got between the marchers and police and eggs e thrown on the demonstra tors from rooftops jammed with onlookers In New York City a student burned his draft card during a things were good Aulhoritic tried to push away those waitin outside but that was hard to do Since Prime Minister Fidel Congress Castros new migration plan 273 men women and children have arrived at this southern tip of the United States They were all virtually penniless They said they left behind their homes money and person al belongings stores and farms all confiscated by the Cuban government as part of the price of leaving for the United States Francisco Lima 65 contends Castro is letting refugees out because of scarcity and now he will have fewer mouths to feed However not all arc allowed to seek a new homeland ac cording to refugee reports Missing have been youths from 14 to 27 held back for military service Officials in Washington expect possibly 50000 more Cubans to come to the United States CANCER VICTIM WASHINGTON Humphreys 60 a former mem btfr of the Republican National Committee and a chief strate gist of the 1952 and 1956 Eisen hower campaigns died Friday of cancer rally beside the armed forces induction center He was one of the first to do so since such de struction was made a federal offense Hecklers threw eggs at 40 pickets in Chicago and there was a minor scuffle A bystand er smashed a placard carried by a marcher and tried to strike him but policeman stepped between them There were no arrests Most of the demonstrators across the nation were college students but their numbers wore few in comparison to the enrollments of the schools they attend Between 500 and 1000 stu dents from across Oregon planned a protest rally today in Salem on the Capitol steps Ore gon Secretary of State Tom Mc Call closed the Capitol to all but state employes Across New England rallies demonstrations and parades arc scheduled today at colleges A veterans group in Bcnnington VI said it would hold a coun terprotest when students from Bennington College join with Williams College students in a 17mile march from Bennington to Williamstown Mass Fifteen University of Rhode PROTEST Please turn to Page 2 Dirksen said The story he add ed gets a little more compli If they did he declaredjcatcd every day President Johnson would take appropriate fiscal and financial action I can assure you Council members have cited the Viet Nam struggle as a prime source of inflationary pressures They contend war expenditures will pump billions of dollars into the economy at the same time they create extra competition for labor and com modity supplies Some of the Business Council members indicated emphatical ly they do not want strict guide lines on overseas investment Attack some areas of priests life VATICAN CITY AP Bish ops at the Vatican Ecumenical Council Saturday assailed some aspects of iige in the Roman Catholic priesthood The a debate on a schema on the life of over a variety of aspects including relations between bishops and priests er rant priests and the cloistered life of monks and friars John Cardinal Heenan of Eng land declared during a rare Saturday session of the Roman Catholic Assembly that some priests are inclined to behave like schoolboys He demanded that monks and friars come out of their monas teries and do pastoral work among the worlds poor Auxiliary Bishop Stephan A Levcn of San Antonio Tex de plored the status of assistant pastors He said The trauma of frus trated assistants is serious in the church Bishop Leven complained that too often assistant pastors were not given enough to do and were often treated like an out sider 1 Cardinal Heenan touched on the delicate subject of errant priestsand complained that too often they have been allowed to fail without help from their fel low priests unhappily r r e I y speak up in time In this matter theyare inclined to behave like schoolboys the cardinal said At all costs they do not want to be regarded as sneaks or in formers So they remain silent while a brother priest rushes to his ruin Cardinal Heenan urged closer I contacts among priests and sug gested for example that priests play golf together who avoid tht com pany of their fellow lone wolves the clergy call them rarely do Gods work well he said Cardinal Heenan complained that in many parts of the world the faithful suffered from lack of priests while monks and fri ars avoided contacts outside their monasteries The council recessed until Oct 25 The senator said he had not yet personally checked into the aw and the facts regarding the Boslon newspaper story But he said you just cant blink at these things This is a pretty solemn business Morrissey a longtime friend of the Kennedy family was nominated by Johnson ovjr the bitter protests of the American Bar Association Burlington chief of police dies BURLINGTON AP Burl ngton Police Chief Paul Bruhl vho underwent surgery Sept 27 or a brain tumor died Friday at Veterans Hospital in Iowa City A graduate of the FBI school m Washington DC Bruhl joined the police force in 193D and was made chief in 1961 Survivors include his wife and a son Inspector Robert Dunham was assigned the chiefs duties North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy and warmer PM sibU Lowt Saturday S2M Wcattwr details on 2 NUCLEAR POWER ON THE MOON A nuclear power system for operation on the moons surface described by the US Atomic En ergy Commission as the first will be developed and built at the Valley Forge Pa Space Technology Center by Genera Electric who released this artists concept of the system The nuclear power device center fore Pholofax ground will supply power to the Hmav experiment packages shown at right in NASAs Appolo Lunar sur face experiments program At left background is the Lunar excursion modulewhich will deliver the astro nauts the instrument packages and the nuclear power system to the moon   

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