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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that mokes all North Iowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 1 IMS UOc a Conitt of Two AMoctitwt Fred Full Lease Wires No 22S CAMBODIA Ou Nhon SOUTH VIETNAM Bomb Red missile sites One Navy plane lost Fire 17 rockets at Yanks IOON SnnfVl Mint roi Pholofax SITES Navy and Air Force planes bombed three surfacetoair missile launching sites Sunday about 35 miles northeast of Hanoi A in North Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam heavy missile and conventional antiaircraft fire US Navy and Air Force planes hit three surfacetoair missile sites Sunday about 35 miles northeast of Hanoi a US spokesman said The pilots reported they left one site in ruins and knocked the other two out of action One Navy plane was shot down and the pilot was listed as missing Pilots reported they counted 17 missiles fired at them during the attack They said they hits on launchers and vehicles in the target areas of all three instal lations A highway bridge in the midst of the missile installations was destroyed during the coordinat ed NavyAir Force strikes the spokesman said The attacks on the missile sites were ordered after mis siles were fired at planes from the carriers Oriskany and Inde pendence during an attack on the key highway bridge It was in the center of the missile in stallations A of Navy planes led by Cmdr Harry T Jenkins 38 of Washington DC dumped four tons of 500pound bombs on one missile site the spokesman said No missiles were launched from the site after the final run on the target pilots reported At almost the sameMimc Air Force F105 Thundcrchiefs led by a Navy A4 Skyhawk were bombing the two other installa tions nearby The Navy plane flying with the Air Force craft was hit during the raid by con ventional ground fire Capt Robert L Harris 3l of Longview Tex leader of one of the Air Force flights reported sighting a parachute from the Navy plane The pilot was listed as missing The action over the missile area was the heaviest so far disclosed in the air war against North Viel Nam The Air Force planes dropped 19 tons of 500and 750pound bombs and fired thousands of rounds of 20mm cannon fire on the two installations they hi the spokesman said While the missile installations Focus interest on NYrace WASHINGTON The candidates did theii lastminute speaking Monday as election campaigns conclude in 11 states Tuesday the voters will do the speaking At stake are two governorships the mayors job in seven big cities legislative seats in four states am 45 proposals i n c 1 u d i n gl some constitutional I I Candidates for mayor optimistic ments in eight states Most attention has focused on New York City where a suc cessor to incumbent Democratic Mayor Robert F Wagner will be chosen New Yorkers also will elect a new legislature and decide on nine constitutional amendments and four statewide propositions The mayors race is three way Democratic City Comp troller Abraham D Beame Re publican Rep John V Lindsay and Conservative writer William F Buckley Jr Newspaper polls peg the win ner as either Beame or Lind say Mayors also will selected in Detroit Pittsburgh Houston Buffalo Louisville land and Cleve The gubernatorial races are in New Jersey and Virginia New Jersey Gov Richard J Hughes a Democrat seeks a See related story Page 2 f VAS sa v v ft rt n s v t i A f V second term against the chal lenge of Republican State Sen Wayne Dumont Jr In Virginia the principals are Democratic Lt Gov Mills E Godwin Jr Republican A Lin wood Holton and Conservative William E Story Jr Incumbent Democrat Albertis S Harrison cannot succeed himself Legislative elections also are on tap in both states Kentucky too will choose new legislators In addition to New York the fate of constitutional amend ments and statewide proposi tions will be decided in Texas Florida Kentucky Maine North Carolina Ohio and Pennsyl vania Neither candidate for mayor in the municipal election wa claiming victory on Monday Incumbent Mayor George E Mendon Associated Citizens Party described himself as cautiously optimistic His op ponent Robert Clapsaddlc United Community Party sale he is confident but not over confident Both parties and two inde pendent candidates Monday were winding up their cam p a i g n s with lastm i n u t e speeches d o o rtocl o o r cam paigning and television ap pearances 4 Clapsaddle Monday described the main theme in his cam paign as stressing harmony in leadership I have repeatedly said parly lines should be of secondary importance as long as the cam paign is fair and honest The parties should compaign vigor ously and once the election is over party lines should be for SCHLESINGER DIES BOSTON AP Arthur M Schlesinger Sr 77 retired Har vard University history profes sor died Saturday His son Ar thur M Schlesinger Jr also a prominent historian was a close adviser John F of the late Kennedy President North Iowa Weather outlook Pair through Twesday with light southwesterly winds Warmer Monday night tows in mid 30s Highs Tuesday in mid Ms Weather details Page 2 still were under attack pilots from Ihc Oriskany completed their bombing runs on the bridge Then a second flight of Navy planes that also hit tho bridge In all 21 tons of bombs were dropped on the bridge leaving it in a cloud of smoke and dust the spokesman said Later photo reconnaissance and a lowlevel flight made by the Navy flight leader Cmdr Joe D Adkins 10 of Marlow Oklashowed that all spans of he bridge were knocked into the water the spokesman said Six US planes have been re ported shot down by the antiair craft missiles which the Soviets have installed in North Viel Nam The sixth was n Navy jo I fighter last Wednesday Permanent missile launching sites have been installed at sev eral points around Hanoi and Haiphong North Viet Nams chief port A number of mobile launchers are also operating They can be set up and disman tled within 24 hours US officials decline to esti mate he number of missile launchers in North Viet Nam MENDON CLAPSADDLE gotten and the people of Mason City should be put first Mayor Mendon said his cam paign has stressed that Mason City is a good place in which to SAME DATE1H447I Trcffte HI it live Were working on the idea of telling people that Mason City is a good town Anyone running for office who knocks the city is doing a disservice to the city During the last weekend the emphasis for each parly was on campaigning in the wards United Community had a cara van of 2550 cars which trav eled through the city Associated Citizens used a car with a loud speaker in parking lots of shop ping arias Polls in Mason City will be open from 7 am until 8 pm Tuesday Both parties and inde pendent candidates are making rides to the polls available City Clerk Marlys Shima said she expects the results of the election to be available by 9 p m Tuesday at the earliest An unusually large number of per sons are casting absentee bal lots she said and these must be voted individually on the ma chines by election judges after the polls close The clerks office in City Hall will be open until the complete results are in Mrs Shima said Celebrate Diem overthrow in Viet Nam Barefoot girls of South Viet Nams Montagnard mountain people tribes carry their traditional crossbows as they march m Saigon during the National Day parade marking the second AJ Iliotnfax Inside The Globe TWO lowans killed in Viet Nam Pagrc f 100 CAR accident in Cal if orni a Pa ire 7 MAY NOT eliminate Re serves Page 18 KLAN leader kills himself Page 19 Editorials 4 North Iowa news8 Comics 9 Society news 101112 Sports 1314 Clear Lake news U Latest markets Mason City news 1417 Claim 112 are kidnaped SEOUL Korea The Jnited Nations command asked North Korea Monday for the m mediate return of more than LOO South Koreans who police aid were kidnaped while fish ng Friday in the Yellow Sea south of the demarcation line between North and South Ko rean waters Latest police reports said 112 men women and children and two fishing boats were seizedby armed North Koreans anniversary of the overthrow of President Ngo Dinh Diem The crossbow is a traditional weapon of the Montagnards mmunists to trial WASHINGTON AP The Communist partys second trial in three years on charges of failing to register as a Soviet agent limped off to a slow start Monday Judge William B Jones asked opposing attorneys to fill him in on its historical background Then he postponed selection of edge that a volunteer was avail able and willing to register on behalf of the party The US Court of Appeals in striking down the 1962 convic tion one year later ruled that the government had had the burden of proving such a volun teer unconcerned about possi ble selfincrimination was bb uu available to sign the registra reading before Im10 forn ard statement for the party Thus the highlight of the trial scheduled to open Monday in US District Court is expected jury until this afternoon he cause Im going to have to do a little ready Jones 58 who was appointed to the US District Court in 1962 was assigned to the case as the government sought a re peat of the partys conviction on similar charges in December 1962 Although that verdict brought a fine it was lafer over turned by the US Court of Ap peals Gus Hall a veteran spokes man for the US Communist party was in the front row as proceedings began This time the Justice Depart ment hopes to avert the legal loophole that spelled defeat aft er apparent victory in its 15 year battle with the party The 12count indictment re turned by a grand jury last Feb ruary charges the party not only with failure to register but with doing so in the full knowl to be the testimony of the wit govern ment claims the party could have called on His or their identity is a closely held secret between Asst US Ally Joseph Low ther who will prosecute the case and the Justice Depart ments Internal Security Divi sion John J Abt of New York and Joseph Forcr of Washington are the partys attorneys in this trial The present indictment spe cifically charges Ihe party with wilfully failing to register as required by the Internal Securi ty Act of 1950 on each of 11 days from Feb 13 to Feb 23 of this year Each ciay constitutes a separate offense that carries a maximum penalty of The 12th count of the indict ment like that in the 1962 case asserts that the party failed to file the required stale ment of members names ali ases and addresses Juanita Fidel lied cynically DES MOINES AP Juan la Castro said Monday he brother Fidel premier of Cuba lied cynically when he sai recently that all those wh wished to leave Cuba may d so Miss Castro Drake University audience termed the exodus of Cuba refugees from Camarioca a escape valve set up by Cuba Communist regime to rid itsel of irrepressible resistance But she said at least 75 pe cent of those wishing to leav will have to remain and th flight of numerous Cubans from their homeland will not harn our struggle against the Com numist dictatorship Speaking through an inte preter Miss Castro said force JUANITA CASTRO Brother is liar outside Cuba seeking her broth ers overthrow will carry on the struggle to unseat him We cannot give you a defi nite date We are sure it wiL not be long she declared Restrictions placed on the flow of refugees from Cuba he said include prohibitions against the departure of youths aged 16 or older Miss Castro said her brother has detained men between 16 and 26 on the basis of their draft age Other persons pro hibitcd from leaving during the current mass exodus include members of the armed forces and people doing technical and professional work she said The sister of the Cuban strongman told a news confer ence in advance of her speech that she feels sure every CASTRO Please turn to Page 2 US forces have reported three previous attacks on mo bile missile units One sharp ground action was reported Monday in South Viet Nam with troops of the US 1st Air Cavalry Division claiming a confirmed kill of 50 Communist fighters in the area of the Plei Me Special Forces camp The spokesman said there were no American casualties Elements of the 1st Cavalry have been operating around Plei Me since they joined Vietnam ese relief forces last week in lifting the siege of the camp 210 miles north of Saigon The spokesman said the ene my force was spotted by heli copter scouts who called for ri flemen to be airlifted into rough terrain about five miles south of the camp The airborne swooped down and attacked the Communists who were armed mainly with gre nades Wrong directions from the South Vietnamese were blamed for a weekend U S air attack which killed 48 civilians and wounded 55 others in a friendly village Many of the victims were women and children US military officials cleared American personnel of all re sponsibility for the attack in South Viet Nams central high lands They said South Vietnam ese ground forces gave the two US pilots the wrong map coor dinates American officials expected the Communists to launch a wave of propaganda attacks over the raid Expressions regret came from US Ambassador Henry Cahot Lodge and Gen William C Westmoreland US com mander in Viet Nam The air attack took place Sat urday on De Due about 300 miles northeast of Saigon US officials gave this ac count of the bombing Vietnamese troops under at tack from a village called for help Two American propeller driven Skyraiuers were ordered to make the attack but their US forward observer suspect ed that the location given by the Vietnamese was wrong and re quested confirmation The Vietnamese confirmed hat the map coordinates for 3e Due were correct as giv en The observer passed them n to the two American pilots vho hit De Due with 260pound ragmentation and phosphorous ombs Satchmo blows benefit concert NEW ORLEANS Satchmo Armstrong received tumultuous welcome as he ar ved in New Orleans the city f his birth He was in town Sunday to lay a benefit for the New Or eans Jazz Museum At the museum Armstrong cached for the first horn he ver blew and hugged Peter avis his first music teacher rmstrong said he considers his ometown the mother of jazz Witnesses remain silent in probe of Klan operations Buddhist dies by own torch Several hundred forced their way into the pagoda compound Lo view his remains fnlrS Ut thC Vien Hoa Daoscene ofantigov f clf monstrations i the past said they were for WASHINGTON AP House investigators of the Ku Klux Klan turned attention to Georgia Monday and the first witnesses called refused to answer any questions George Sligh 63 was identi fied by the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities as the man who appeared on a Colum bia Broadcasting System tele vision program about the In the program he was identi fied as an exalted cyclops or klavern leader and gave the oath to new members of the KJan But Philip Manuel commit tee investigator testified that Sligh in fact was not the exalted cyclops of the Lithonia Ga klavern as he was depicted on the television program Manuel also said that the oath Sligh read was not the true Klan oath and that jwrson ap I pcaring as new inductees wore already Klan members Rep Charles L Weltncr D Ga asked Sligh how it was that he was willing to appear reading a Klan ritual on a national tele vision program but was not willing to testify before the committee Sligh refused to answer citing KLAN Please turn to Page 2 I More than a dozen Buddhist monks and nuns have burned themselves to death for various BllC burned Ngo anid man ente ed the Pagoda grounds shortly after 10 p m sat down beside the main pagoda poured gaso Hne over his robes and set them alight tasoime There were only a few people in the uairodi area at the time His body still was smokeSg when a newsman entered the Vien Hoa Dao at 11   

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