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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowa kill 14 Bjr THE ASSOCIATEDBEU Iowa counted 14 dead in traf fic accidents over the weekend as dense fog made driving hazardous in some parts of the state Sunday The latest victims reported were Mark Weber 22 and Law rence Pearson 26 both of Ana mosa killed late Sunday when authorities said Weber missed a stop sign in heavy fog and went through a T intersection on a country road Four other persons three of them students at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids were injured in the accident which oc curred a mile and a half of Fairview Ronnie Lee Long 11 of Bax ter was killed when a pickup truck in which he was riding with Kenneth Dolan of Baxter went off a gravel road inJasper County The boy son of Mr and Mrs George H Long was thrown through the windshield Two men were killed and two youths injured in a fiery two car crash at a country road in tersection a mile north of Alta Vista Sunday at 4 pm Dead are Farrell Sheridan 79 and his brother Philip Sheridan 73 They lived on a farm five miles east and threefourths mile north of Alta Vista Hospitalized in New Hampton are John Elenz driver of the second car and his passenger James Boggess 16 Both are from Alta Vista Their condition was reported good Monday x morning Elenz vis the son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Elenz James the son of Mrs Lawrence Bog gess According to Deputy Sheriff V W Zender Howard County the Sheridan car was traveling east and was struck on the right front side by the Elenz car go ing north The Elenz car caught fire after rolling over several times Boggess was thrown clear and Elenz crawled out through the windshield before being burned Funeral services for the Sher idan brothers will be Thursday at am in Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Lourdes Burial will be in the Lourdes Cemetery Surviving are three sisters Ann Sheridan Mrs Clem Of ferman Masonville and Mrs James Fannon Edgewood In another North Iowa acci dent Nels Smith 74 ofthorn ton was killed jjaturday eve ning when his car hit the rear of a wagon loaded with corn and pulled by a tractor It was on a blacktop road about six rriiles west of Sheffield Marion D Schoneman 39 rur al Thornton driver of the trac tor was not injured Funeral services for Mr Smith will be Tuesday at 2 pm at the First Methodist Church in Thornton Burial will be in Pleasant View Cemetery Wart nabyGrarup Funeral Home is in charge Surviving are his wife Eljza beth a stepson and three sis ters A cartruck collision in dense fog at the junction of a Tama County road and Highway 171 killed Mrs Helen J Olson 63 of Arvado Colo a passenger in the car Mrs Hahna Martin 73 of Linden was killed Sunday when her car went off the fog shrouded junction of Highways 292 and 64 about three miles north of Linden Robert Kaune 26 of Marion died Sunday when hiscar went off Highway 150 about three miles south of Walker A motorcycle went off a coun ty just south of Dubuque Sunday killing its rider Robert H Thurston 26 of near Du buque Saturdays victims included two retired Manchester school teachers Stella Taylor71 anc Louise Shepker 56 They died when a tank truck loaded with milk overturned on their car on Highway 13 about three mile north of Marion Wesley Donaldson 85 01 Audubon was killed in a Satur day collision in Exira Eugene Henry Brown 36 o Victor died in a collison south of Belle Plaine Friday night Bulletin NEW YORK ft Dorothy Kilgallen of ttve nations best knownnewspaper col umnists and a familiar figure on radio and television died Mondayat the agoof S3 SAM Btefk tt TraJfta Dcmtb The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION UBc a MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER I IMS Assoclilcd Irusj KulI Wiiei VOL No 231 Ask to ban Admission of Reds not seen UNITED NATIONS NY United States asked the UN General Assembly Monday to keep Com munist China out of the United Nations It said to ad mit Peking would shake the foundations of the world organization and amount to yielding to undisguised blackmail US Ambassador Arthur J Goldberg speaking on the opening clay of the assemblys debate on the question dsclared there is a mountain of evidence that Peiping regards the United Princess to movie studios LOS ANGELES After dancing until 2 am Monday at a glittering Hollywood party rincess Margaret was to arise early to attend to royal chores nd see where movies are made Relaxed and gay the funlov ng princess twirled around the loor Sunday night with such artners as Fred Astaire Gene welly and Danny Kayc Shell meet more of Holly voods royalty Monday night at he big World Adoption Interna ional Fund ball at the Holly wood Palladium after promot WOUNDED FLOWN TO Major Mary A Goddard of Plymouth Mass a US Army flightnurse at tends one of 56 seriously wounded Vietnamese soldiers at Saigon South Photdfax Viet Nam Monday before they were flown to the United States for treat ment in Veterans Administration hospitals in the New York area DECORATED BY GOVERNOR Ediiardo Ortiz 24 of Brook lyn NY receives PurpleHeart at Na Thrang field hospital in South Viet Nam from Gov Harold Hughes Al Iliofofav of Jowa Monday Ortiz was wounded in the fighting at Plei Me Hughes is one of 10 US governors now touring South Viet Nam Inside The Globe MAY ADVANCE date for Gemini 7 launching Page 5 RUSSIANS display three new missiles Page 11 KLANSMEN burn crosses hold services Page 14 OWA COED found in San Francisco Page 15 Editorials 4 Society news 67 Clear Lake news 8 910 12 Sports Latest markets Mason City news 1213 Comics16 North Iowa news 20 Demonstrate in TOKYO demon strations continued in Tokyo Monday as the government and opposition parties braced for a arliamentary showdown in the iet Tuesday on the treaty to normalize relations between Ja pan and South Korea Police estimated 8000 Social sts and 7000 Communists dem onstrated in the capital oppos ng ratification of the treaty and with the Prime Minister Eisaku Sato cabinet Kill 110 Commies Smash missile site SAIGON US South planes Viet Nam blasted an other missile site in North Viet Nam Monday the seventh raid on the Sovietbuilt air defense system in four days But the se ries of attacks which destroyed wo sites and damaged five oth ers took a toll of five US Manes and two helicopters with seven American airmen listed as missing in enemy territory On the ground in the South iroops of the US 173rd Air borne shattered a strong Viet ong force manning a wellfort ified jungle position north of Saigon US officials said they counted 110 enemy bodies and were still counting The Viet Cong force is believed to have abandoned the The latest attack on a missile site was 60 miles east of Hanoi and the pilots reported four mis siles and four launchers at the site were heavily damaged Since July US planes have destroyed five missile installa tions and damaged eight others military officials reported The Communists bagged their greatest number of US aircraft of the weekend during US at tacks on missile sites near Thanh Hoa There a missile downed one US air Force F105 jet Friday while conventional groundfire blasted down two propellerdriven Al Skyraiders and two rescue helicopters Sat urday One Navy jet was knocked down in an attack on a missile site 35 miles east of Hanoi Sat urday and another was lost Sun day 30 miles south of Hanoi dur ing another attack on a missile site Rescue helicopters picked up five of the 11 airmen whose craft went down in Red terri tory In the South paratroopers of the 173rd Airborne met what was described as a main force of Viet Cong dressed in gray Court denies hearing in NY school dispute WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court denied Monday a hearing to a group of white parents in New York City who protested a school board plan of pupil assignment The parents said the plan excluded their children from neighborhood schools to achieve a balance of Negro and while pupils Remo J Addabboo and other white parents said the board in a ruling affecting two schools required children of tender years to walk past their nearest school cross heavily trafficked thoroughfares sustain incon venience hardship and depriva tion of freedom of choice and be deprived of constitutional Under the plan 29 first and second graders ride a school bus None of the 29 is a child of the parents who appealed to the Supreme Court and their appeal did not raise any question con cerning bus transportation Counsel for the school board in a brief opposing a Supreme Courthearing said under the plan none of the children will have to travel more than six short blocks farther than for merly and many will travel less The brief said the plan results in substantial benefits to pupils of both schools Making progress in war SAIGON AP We are making progress beyond ques tion against organized military units of the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Goy Philip H Hoff of Vermont said Monday after three days in VietNam Hoff is one of 10 governors touring military installations He leaves Tuesday for Vienna to join his wife They are sched uled to return to the United SJates Nov 13 Others in the governors group will leave Saigon Tuesday and make a brief stop at Okina wa before returning to the states Hoff and Gov Harold E Hughes of Iowa visited US and Vietnamese military installa tions Monday at Cam Ranh Bay 190 miles northeast of Saigon and at Nha Trang about 210 miles northeast of the capital Hughes said the defense of democracy in the world lies in Viet Nam Both governors criticized demonstrations in the United States against US policy in Viet Nam Hughes told a group of troops from Iowa Every bodys with you Asked about the demonstra tions back home against US policy in Viet Nam Hoff said They dont amount to arow of beans The demonstrators are exceedingly small minority and toall intent and purposes can be discounted However I honestly feel that if the people of the United States knew about the recon struction and development ef forts being carried on including the effort to develop a nation state that much of the criticism would not have been heard Hughes said I am convinced GOVERNORS turn to 2 fatiguelike uniforms never seen before in South Viet Nam The action was in D Zone theCom munist iron triangle 25 miles north of Saigon Brig Gen Ellis Williamson the Brigade commander report ed the paratroopers counted 110 Viet Cong dead and theyre not through counting US casualties in the fight 15 miles north of Bien Hoa were described as moderate For se curity reasons American cas ualties are not given in num bers The paratroopers came upon the Viet Cong force while on a search and sweep operation that started several days ago They found what US officers de scribed as a wellfortified jun gle position Another sharp ground action was reported 135 miles east of Saigon where 500 Viet Cong overran a hamlet The defend ers suffered heavy losses The government force later regained the hamlet with help from US air strikes In another development a US spokesman disclosed that US Marine planes accidental ly bombed a friendly village Sunday killing one woman and injuring 10 other persons The bombing was due to a mistake in target data one similar to the incident last week in which US Air Force planes bombed a friendly village after receiv ing incorrect map coordinates from the Vietnamese Intelligence reports from Plei Me indicated more than half of the 500 Communist troops who engaged US troops in a bitter weekend battle were either killed or wounded The Americans also took heavy loss es in the savage fighting 8 miles west of the Special Forces camp at Plei Me A US spokesman said 71 Viet Cong were known an additional 200 were believed to have been killed or wounded About 1500 cavalrymen VIETNAM Please Turn to Page 2 CECIL D JENSEN 10 years to Cecil Jensen for robbery Cecil D Jensen 53 Monday was sentenced to 10 years in prison on each of three charges of violating federal laws in con nection with the armed robbery of the American State Bank office at Rock Falls last April 30 The sentences will run concur rently for Jensen who was found guilty in Federal Court at Fort Dodge on Sept 30 The three charges arc Entering a bank with in tent to commit larceny of money insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp Taking and carrying away from a bank money insured by the FDIC Assaulting and putting in jeopardy the life of a person In pronouncing sentence Judge William B Hanson Jefferson said Jensen would be eligible for parole as determined by the board of parole When given an opportunity to speak Jensen said I still dont recall what happcoec that lay and I would appreciate a pa role The court believes you should not be paroled at this time the judge answered But you are given the opportunity for parole at any lime seen fit by the board of parole If your be and I would appreciate a pa role you will have a place lo stay for some time See pictures on party Page 3 ing British goods at a depart ment store and touring Univer sal Studios Judy Garland Kaye and Ke ly sang and Danny danced a lit tie softshoe Frank Sinatra at tending with Mia Farrow de dined to sing explaining he thought everyone should just re ax and have a good time More than 100 of Holly woods op stars attended the party he princess first in Hollywooc since her arrival Sunday It was jivenby Sharman Douglas the rincess old friend and daugh er of former Ambassador to reat Britajn Lewis Douglas Sharman a onetime Hollywood publicist is accompanying the rincess on her tour The princess husband Lord inowdon danced ac or Steve McQueens wife Neile Adams and actress Asa May nor Sitting at the head table with he Snowdons were Gregory eck and his wife Veronique Warren Beatty comedian Mil on Berle and his Ruth and British star Julie Andrews vith director Mike Nichols Elizabeth Taylor and husband lichard Burton rode up to the Bistro restaurant in an old Lon don taxicab owned hy Eliza eths secretary Richard Han ey The music played by a trio ed by society bandleader Ber nie Richards ranged from a se late foxtrot to a wild watusi But the princess dancing with Astaire when a watusi began sat down until itwas over The princess was gowned by British designer Norman Hart ncll in a cream silk high necked sleeveless gown em broidered with small gold and silver flowers Buena Vista students are found dead STORM LAKE AP Two Buena Vista College freshmen were found dead early Monday n a car parked on a grave oad near Storm Lake They were identified as Mar ha Barnes 18 of Fort Dodge nd Frederick Lee Hartman 9 of Spirit Lake Authorities aid they died of asphyxiation Police said the motor of Hart mans 1954 model car was run ning when the couple was found A search was started for Hart man and Miss Barnes when the jirl failed to return to her col ege dormitory by pm Officers said the two had gone earlier in the evening to visit relative of Hartman near here Nations as an enemy land to be conquered and de troy ed A decision by this assembly o accept Peiping in our midst declared would be seen as sign of our weakness and eipings strength as a vindica on for her past and present ellicosity as proof positive that solitical power on the inter ational as on the domestic lanes does indeed grow ut of the barrel of a gun The era of colonialism and mpire is ending and a new era f selfdetermination and inde endence has begun We must ot now take a backward step lat would encourage a new im erialism which demands con ormity and propounds violence hd warfare as a principle of in efnational concourse For that the issue at stake today Goldberg who has predicted he Chinese Communists will fail 0 gain a UN seat again this year declared Clearly Peiping would join not to develop the United Na tions but lo subvert it He said Communist China had come out most im portant activities the United Na tions the 1963 partial nuclear test ban treaty a treaty to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons ne gotiations to end the war in Viet Nam and an IndiaPakistan peace Before the debate Goldberg old a reporter well have a simple majority in favor of our position Diplomats agree that the Chinese Communists will fail to get the twothirds majority neededto seat them They also agree that they will get the argest vote they have received ince the issue first arose in 950 The vote in 1963 was 41 in avor 57 opposed and 12 absten ions Disarmament treaty asked by Assembly UNITED NATIONS NY AP The UN Assemblys main political committee ap roved overwhelmingly Monday compromise resolution calling n disarmament negotiators in to obtain quick agree ment on a treaty to ban the fur rier spread of nuclear weapons The United States and the So ict Union joined in the vote ut their statements to the com mittee afterward showed they were as far apart as ever on greement on a treaty The vote was 83 to 0 with six bstentions on the top disarma nent issue at this session of the eneral assembly France was he lone big power among the bstainers It has boycotted the egotiations in Geneva from the tart The resolution sought to ridge the conflicting stands of he United States and the Soviet Jnion which have offered draft reaties on the issue to the as embly The chief point of difference s that the Soviet draft would lock the proposed multilateral uclear force or similar ar angements contemplated by ic North Atlantic Treaty Or anization while the US draft ould not North Iowa Weather outlook Clearing and considerably colder Monday night lows in the lower and middle Fair and continued cool Tuesday in the middle and low tts Weather details Page 1   

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