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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 20, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes alt North lowans neighbors HOMI EDITION 10c a MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1945 Associated Kull Wliei VOL 105 242 me ommies 30000 Relief for US cavalry New battle rages in valley By ROBERT MOOREFIELD SAIGON Viet Nam AP Easing the burden of US cav alrymen South Vietnamese paratroopers battled North Viet namese regulars in the la Drang Valley Saturday and re ports from the field said they killed up to 220 Communists A spokesman said the fight raged for nearly four hours at the western edge of the valley near the Cambodian frontier Contact was broken atdusk Losses among the government troops freshly committed were described as light A figure of 180 Communist dead was cited in one report 220 in another during this ac tion one phase of a bloody sixday battle waged previously between the Hanoi troops and elements of the US 1st Air Cavalry Division B52 jets from Guam renewed their blasting at North Vietnam ese positions staging two satu ration bombings in the area be tween the cavalrymen and their government allies US cavalry battalions and the Vietnamese paratroopers were on independent sweeping operations The spokesman re ported the Americans ran into light sniper fire Buildup by Hanoi gains momentum SAIGON South Viet Nam AP North Viet Nam swiftly snatched up the gauntlet thrown down when the United States began its massive buildup in South Viet Nam Hanoi has de termined to reply in kind What began as a trickle of infiltration from the north may reach flood proportions in the coming months as tens of thou sands of North Vietnamese reg ulars pour down the Ho Chi Minh trail High American circles believe Hanoi is preparing four and pos sibly six divisions tos be thrown into the swiftly escalat ing conflict within the next six months Washington indicate that such intelligence already has dictated the decision to send 40000 more US fighting men to reinforce the 160000 here The prospects are clearly for a string of massive engage ments probably far heavier than anything yet seen in this coun try There is deep concern in some quarters that the reported deci sion by Hanoi to enter a show down fight may draw Commu nist China into the conflict Hatrict Merger proposal is killed A proposed merger of Dough erty District 1 with the Rock wellSwaledale school district was disapproved Thursday by the State Board of Public In struction M C Martin Cerro Gordo County superintendent of schools received word Friday Although no official notifica tion of the disapproval has been made Martin received confir mation of the boards action from David J Gilliland reor ganization consultant for the State Department of Public In struction Martin said Friday he would wait until receiving written no tice of the boards action before suggesting the next step in merging Dougherty 1 with an other school district If no action is taken to merge Dougherty 1 with another schoo district by April 1 the Cerro Gordo County Board of Educa tion will be required to assign i to a high school district Martin stated In all probability Doughertj 1 would be assigned to eithe the RockwellSwaledale schoo district or Sheffield Chapin Martin said Since approval of the State Board of Public Instruction is required in making all assign ments the Cerro Gordo County board could not assign the entire district to RockwellSwaledale without concurrence of the state board If any merger is proposed the proposal would have to include the entire school district Por tions of the Dougherty 1 district could be assigned by the coun ty board to each of the Rock wellSwaledale and Sheffield Chapin districtsbut this could not be done by a merger pro posal Martin added Voters in the Dougherty 1 dis trict petitioned last July for an election to decide whether to merge their district with the RockwellSwaledale district The election proposal was then ap proved by the Cerro Gordo County Board of Education The proposed merger of Dougherty 1 with Rockwell Swaledale had been appealed to the state board by the Franklin County Board of Education Franklin County officials based their appeal on the fact that the merger would be dif ferent from the assignment of territory agreed to in a multi county plan in 1958 The original county plan called for the southern four square miles of Dougherty l to be at tached to the SheffieldChapin district with another two square miles to go with Rockwell Swaledale The town of Dough erty is part of what was origin ally recommended for inclusion into the SheffieldChapin dis trict In its appeal the Franklin County board pointed out that the merger would mean a loss of revenue to the Sheffield Chapin board which now serves pupils from the Dougherty 1 dis Two killed in accidents CHARLES North lowans were killed in accidents liere early Saturday At am a panel truck driven by Herbert Irvin Shook 33 Marble Rock turned onto Highway 218 from the north driveway of the Caslle Club The truck collided with a car driven west on 218 by ilay La vcrn Kellogg 18 Charles City Shook died a short lime later in Floyd County Memorial Hos AERIAL CONVERTIBLE Artists sketch shows how proposed new Hot Cycle helicopter would function as a helicopter during vertical take off and then convert during flight into a conven tional aircraft For forward flight the rotorwing rholofnx functions as a deltawing The US Army has awarded the Hughes Tool Company a contract to provide a preliminary design Marine drill instructor is acquitted PARRIS ISLAND SC AP S Sgt Clyde Cornclison 29 a drill instructor at this Marine Corps recruit center was ac quitted Friday of charges of mistreating recruits Two other drill instructors Sgt Donald A Stewart 24 Parksburg Pa and Cpl J W Nelson 22 Alva Ky go before fiital of a skull fracture His wife Florence Shook 30 is in poor condition at the hospital with a broken arm back injur ies and lacerations Kellogg was treated for minor cuts and bruises and was re leased from the hospital Two passengers in his car arc hos pitalized with head lacerations They are Robert Kiclty and Gary Gallant both 18 Mrs James Jeanine Bluhm 28 Charles City was killed in a onecar accident which occurred at am on a county road miles northwest of Charles City Her husband going northwest lost control of his car on a curve The car left the road and rolled several times Mrs Bluhm died in Floyd County Hospital from a crushed chest James Bluhm lost two fingers and has numerous lacerations The car was totally demolished Funeral arrangements for Mrs Bluhm arc incomplete at Hauser Funeral Home Both accidents were investi gated by the Highway Patrol and Sheriff L L Lane No charges have been filed in ci US party to appeal conviction Plan allout attack on law WASHINGTON AP The US Communist party under a fine for refusing to register as an agent of the So viet Saturday for another allout constitutional attack on the law under which it was convicted The threeweek trial of the party ended late Friday night when a federal jury decided it had violated the McCarran Act the 1950 Internal Security Act Amish tradition crumbles as children attend classes Inside HAZLETON AP A group of 28 children from Old Amish families happily sang songs Fri day afternoon when patient but determined officials hauled them to a public school in town Many were the same young sters who earlier in the day with the urging of bearded fathers and shawlcovered moth ers hid in cornfields and around the barns to escape the school bus they knew was coming Anguished parents whose re ligious faith tells them to shun worldly things saw one of their traditions crumble Buchanan County attorney Harlan Lemon who is enforcing the Iowa school laws said he Nuclear weapons policy unchanged in Viet Nam WASHINGTON AP The United States is adhering to a nonuclear weapons policy in fighting the war in Viet Nam Ordinary ground fighting hardware and iron bombs re main the tools for land battles noi could be forced to call on China for help despite the well known Vietnamese aversion to Chinese of any political stripe If China does enter the war it almost certainly would mean the launching of US air attacks on the Chinese mainland and could raise the possibility of a nuclear war The now count more than 200000 men in South Viet Nam including North Viet namese regulars and hard core Viet Cong guerrilla units American circles believe the monthlong battling near Plei Me and the fighting close to the Cambodian border 210 miles north of Saigon confirm their belief that Hanoi has selected the central highlands for showdown American sources believe the Communists made their play in the central highlands plateau because it is a strategic key to the control of the south and be cause the country is so vast and wild that heavily equipped American units may be handi capped They stressed also that the Sheffield Chapin board has based future planning on the joint county plan agreed to in 1958 Four Cameroon nationals shot YAOUNDE Cameroon AP Four Cameroon nationals condemned last Oct 29 for the slaying of two Swiss Protestant missionaries were executed by firing squad Friday The missionaries Mme Mark hoff and M Waldvogel were slain three months ago near Banangte a village in the Bam iieke tribesmens country Copper firms back down on price raises NEW YORK AP The copper industry has rolled back its price increase following a government decision to sell 200 000 tons of copper from its stockpile Anaconda Co and Phelps Dodge Corp two of the na tions largest producers re scinded price increases of two cents a pound on Monday Another major producer Ken necott Copper Corp did not raise its prices A copper industry spokesman said that the copper price roll back could not be compared to that of aluminum last week In the case of aluminum he in the south and air attacks for striking the north Because the matter is so polit ically and militarily sensitive administration officials decline to discuss it But there clearly has been no shift from the offi cially stated view that nuclear weapons do not figure in current strategy There are two basic reasons for this policy 1 An explosion in the world of delicately balanced internation al relations could outweigh the use of a nuclear weapon in the Viet Nam war 2 Military leaders believe nuclear weapons dont fit the needs of the war There is however another aspect to US policy on use of nuclear weapons as defined by top ofifcials If in another con flict a situation arises requiring their use they will be used said release of some of the US stockpile posed a direct threat ot markets while the re lease of government copper stocks is to meet a demand in excess of the supply Secretary of the Treasury Henry H Fowler speaking in Chicago said sale of copper and North Iowa Weather outlook Clevdy and eeWer Saturday In the M rain Sondey Weather 2 It Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara the record shows has emphasized this In testifying before a congressional committee earlier this year the civilian chief of the armed forces put it this way There has been no senior official military or civilian of this government that I am aware of that has indicated that we have any policy restricting our use of nuclear weapons in any situation inthe world when we believe it is desirable to use them in our own interest I think if there is any misunderstanding on that point it should be climi was most disappointed with the parents in the fouryearold school fight The attitude of the children was different he said If they had gone to school in the morning as we wanted they would have received a hot lunch free They were happy They sang songs to me on the way in on the bus We told the parents last night we were coming so that they could prepare the children so that it wouldnt be a trau matic experience for them In stead they apparently told them other things some of which were not true The Amish farmers have been maintaining two oneroom schools taught by their own teachers with eighth grade ed ucation which they think is enough for the simple farm life Their failure to have statecerti fied teachers is the basis of the dispute At the Haileton school the children found persons to show them around and to introduce them to schoolmates The girls in their bonnets and the boys in their flat hats took part in recess after class Some of the boys played basketball They had never ridden in a school bus Fathers and mothers took them to the Amish schools in horsedriven buggies The parents were told that the school bus will be back again Monday because all other efforts The Globe Business news 3 Church news 45 Mason City news 47 Latest markets 7 Society news 8 Sports news 910 Comics 12 Editorials 13 Clear Lake news 14 North Iowa news 16 Says shipping union strikes at 100 firms NEW YORK spokes man for the American Mari time Association one of four employer bargaining units for US ship owners says a sea farers union has struck 100 shipping companies At Baltimore Mel members of the International Organiza tion of Masters Males and Pi lots refused Friday to sail as sociation ships The New York employer spokesman said no passenger ships were involved and no ves sels were tied up in the port of New York At issue is a general con tract The union spokesman in Bal timore emphasized that no mil itary cargo would be affected Although the AM A is com posed of East and Gulf Coast ship owners its ships sail around the world a general courtmartial on similar charges Monday Cornelison of Cocoa Beach Fla was the only defense wit ness The board of officers de liberated two hours before re turning the verdict Eight recruits from Great Falls SC claimed they were beaten by Cornelison Stewart and Nelson Cornelison denied the testimo ny of recruits Colin Price and George Cooper both 17 that he slapped them He agreed in sub stance with testimony of Wayne Boone and Ernest Poag Boone testified Cornelison hit him in the stomach with a fist after he had fallen out of physi cal exercises The sergeant said he used the flat of his hand not his fist to check whether Boone was losing weight The recruit had been ordered to diet and Cornel ison said he was worried about the youth becoming overheated Poag testified Cornelison tapped him on the head Cor nelison said this happened when the recruit ran out of his bar racks without a cap her case One killed five injured in collision I asked him if he knew why I had called him back and he said I forgot my cover Corn elison said And I tapped him on the head to instruct him where his hat belonged Formosa shaken by earthquake TAIPEI Formosa AP earthquake shook Formosa Sat urday but no damage or casual ties were reported The weather bureau said the quakes epicenter was in the Pacific 24 miles southeast of Hualien on the cast coast HAMPTON One person was tilled and five were injured in a twocar accident on Highway 2Vi miles west of Hampton about pm Friday Dead is Mrs Floyd Irma Snavely 50 Charles City Mrs Snavely was a passenger in a car driven by her husband which collided with an auto driven by Thomas J Kearney 52 Mcdford Ore on a curve The Snavely auto was travel ing east and crossing the high way at a blacktop intersection when it collided headon with Lhe westbound Kearney car Kearney is in critical condi tion at a Mason City hospital His wife Kathleen is in fair condition at a Hampton hospital Also in critical condition at Ma son City are Snavely 51 and a passenger in the Snavely car Mrs Elmer C Baldwin 65 Charles City Mr Baldwin 66 is in serious condition at a Hampton hospital Funeral a r rangcmcnts for Mrs Snavely are incomplete at the Grossman Hage Funeral Home Charles City Carl Condon highway patrol man who investigated the ac cident said both autos were equipped with scatbelts but were not being used at the time of the accident SOVIET CRITIC DEAD MOSCOW AP Soviet cri tic and literary scholar Vladi The law passed over Presi dent Harry S Trumans veto requires the party to register with the attorney general and disclose all its internal work ings t It took the jury of eight wom en and four men hours to decide the government had proved not only that the party failed to register but did so despite the availability of a vol unteer to sign the forms on its behalf After an earlier trial in 1962 the party was convicted and fined but this was re versed by the Court of Appeals on the grounds the government had failed to prove there was such a volunteer The court said party officers could not be com pelled to register because they would risk selfincrirnmation under other antiCommunist laws This time the government proved that two paid FBI plants within the party a California housewife and an elderly re tired Negro longshoreman were available as volunteers if the party chose to use them Party General Secretary Gus Hall reacted to the verdict with a slight shrug of the shoulders He said later he wasnt sur prised mir Yermilov 61 died Friday Tass reported You cant win them all said the heavyset granite jawed Hall This is like asking us to find our own hangman to pay him and build the scaffold and when we1 refused to do it the government said it would provide two hangmen party buoyed by last Mondays Supreme Court deci sion that individual members may not be forced to register because of selfincrimination planned to hinge its appeal on that guarantee of the Constitu tions Fifth Amendment The two indictments under which the party was convicted Friday night charged 22 sepa rate failures to sign the regis tration form each specified day in the indictments standing for a separate offense punisha ble by a fine The 23rd count charged failure to file the accompanying statement of par ty membership finances and publishing and printing appara tus to solve the school controversy have failed Some of the fathers have gone to jail Within the past month they have been assessed more than in fines they would not pay and their corn and hogs have been attached We dont want to take their property away from them the county attorney said If they send their children to school there will be no more attach ments Peking criticizes proUS policy by Soviet leaders TOKYO AP Red China declared Saturday that until So viet leaders abandon what it called a proUS policy it is absolutely impossible for Pe aluminum from government nated surpluses represents an effort to meet the current situation by increasing supply We feel we have an undcnia the the bie responsibility under current situation where gap between supply and de mand is at its very narrow est to avoid price and wage increases that could lead to in flation he said The domestic copper price boost followed a twocent in crease by the government of Chile in copper exports Both Kennecott and Anaconda are major factors in Chile copper production Nonetheless both President Johnson and McNamara have sought to scotch any idea that nuclear weapons might be re sorted to for quick victory in Viet Nam At a news conference earlier this year Johnson said no offi cial of the government ever had suggested the weapons use He also has told reporters Get it out of your system please forget it In a Pentagon news confer ence McNamara said There is no military requirement for the use of nuclear weapons in the current situation BIXBY SUCCUMBS CAPTIVA ISLAND Fla AP Harold M Bixby 75 the man who named Charles A Lind berghs transatlantic solo plane The Spirit of St Louis died Thursday night Bixby a retired St Louis banker was one of the backers of the historic flight SAME king and its allies to take any united action with Moscow They must rid themselves of their antirevolutionary line of SovietUS collaboration for world domination China said Pekings New China News Agency said the criticism was made in an editors note of the Peoples Daily in prefacing an antiChinese article carried by the Soviet newspaper Pravda Nov 16 FOUND DEAD HOME AP Laura White hill 64 former Philadelphia Bulletin columnist under the name Laura Lee was found dead Friday in her gasfilled apartment in Rome Police said Mrs Whitehill a free lance writer had been despondent since the death of her husband two years ago CHICAGO RUSH HOUR Seven amphibious autos take off from Michigan Avenue Bridge for a sprint up the Chicago River Two and Photofax onehalf mile run was won by Bob Duller of Chicago in time of nine min utes 40 seconds Track was wet   

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