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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1966, Mason City, Iowa                                EDITORS NOTE As Capi tol Hill keeps a sharpeye on developments in the Viet Nam situationa prime is whether the bombing of North Viet Nam targets should be re sumed An Associated Press survey shows there is a wide division in the Senate on the bombing question By JACK WASHINGTON AP The Senate is widely dividedon the issue of w h e t h e r President Johnson should order a resump tion of the bombing of North Viet Nam targets in the absence of any Communist peace feel ers on resum Of 50 senators willing to take a position in an Associated Press survey 25 said they are against renewing air strikes at this point Twentyfive said they favor resumption of bombing most of them contending such action is inevitable If the bombings arc revived however only 18 think they should be expanded to include industrial and military targets in the areas of Hanoi the North Vietnamese capital and Hai phong Us chief port Senatorial reluctance to take sides on the bombing issue was emphasized by the refusal of 39 members to commit themselves on a decision they said is Presi dent Johnsons sole responsi bility The White House said late Tuesday that the President had made no decision on the re sumption of bombings Sources said Tuesday night after Senate and House leaders met with Johnson that the congressional group had been given no word on whether the air striken would be resumed J Senators were asked in AP survey 1Doyou favor re sumption of bombing of North Viet Nam targets such as those being hit before the suspension BOMBING Turn to 2 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION UOc A One MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1966 Associated Press Full Lease Wires VOL 105 No Will rebuild cities Seek county comprehensive plan By DAVE McMILLEN Comprehensive planning which already is molding the future of Mason City and Clear Lake is spreading to a regional basis as the result of a series of actions taken by Cerro Gordo County officials The first steps in obtaining a comprehensive plan for the un incorporated area of Cerro Gordo County have been ap proved by the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors Although the scope of services to be offered has not been ap proved the supervisors have given their approval to the formation of a comprehensive plan They also have approved the hiring of the Mason City engi neering firm of Wallace Hol Schmitz to drawing in land Kastler and act as consultants up the plan Gary Claude planner in charge for the engineering firm Wednesday released a set of tentative services which will be submitted to the supervisors for approval Larry Brown as sistant county engineer and county administrative officer said he hopes to submit the scope of services this week The scope of services have been approved by the Cerro Gordo County Planning and Zoning Commission The com mission previously bad recom mended such a plan and the hiring of the Mason City engi neering firm If approved by the super visors the tentative plan will then become official and will be submitted for state and fed eral approval The tentative plan calls for an expenditure of of which twothirds would be paid out of federal funds and the re maining onethird from the countys general fund That will place the countys cost at ap proximately The tentative plan is geared for the unincorporated areas of the county We have no juris diction over incorporated areas but we certainly hope that those outside Mason City and Clear Lake will want to join with us in this thing Brown said Since Mason City and Clear Lake already are involved in comprehensive planning the county plan will be tied in closely with them Claude point ed out The incorporated areas in the county in addition to Mason City and Clear Lake are Swale dale Thornton Ventura Meser vey Dougherty Rock Falls and Plymouth Claude and Brown consider the future critical for Swaledale Thornton and Ventura They will be affected directly by In terstate 35 and the changes are going to be drastic Brown said The advent of Interstate 35 through Cerro Gordo County is cited as the countys incentive to implement a regional compre hensive plan as soon as possi ble The interstate will prac tically cut the county in half and will bring drastic changes PLAN Please Turn to Page 2 Machinists on strike at Algona of Local 1045 International Association of Machinists and Aerospace workers voted Tuesday night to reject the new contract offered by Weidenhoff Corporation plant here Pickets started operating at midnight The plant had been working around the clock with three shifts A federal mediator from the U S Department of Labor was in Algona Tuesday to attempt to settlivthe dispute between the management and the union The old contract had expired Jan 7 Weidenhoff a subsidiary o SnapOn Tools Company of Kenosha Wis employs 215 per sons of which 180 are eligible for union membership There are now 109 members President of the local is Vince Leonard of Emmetsburg Ken neth Holcomb Whittemore is shop chairman for negotiations Jim Sloan Burt and Bob Len sing Bancroft are the other members of the negotiating committee One of the main points oE dif ference is an increase m basic hourly wage scale Neither side has disclosed the amount of the request nor the amount offered Many fringe benefits are also being disputed President of Weidenhoff is K T Peirce He said Present scales are comparable to what is being paid in the area by competitive firms in the same field He said super visory and maintenance people will continue to work through Investigate crash of spy plane ROY NM tary clamped cover around mili a tight security a northeast New Calls for a crash program Johnson offers sixyear plan WASHINGTON Johnson proposed Wednesday a sixyear federal ak program for rebuilding selectee American cities on an un precedented scale The President in his message to Congress OR the cities out lined a vast program for re building center cities reorgan izing and governing metropoli tan areas and building new towns outside existing metropol itan areas to provide for the nations fastgrowing popula tion In his demonstration program available to any US city John son proposed That we make massive ad ditions to the supply of low and moderatecost housing That we combine physical reconstruction and rehabilita tion with effective social pro grams throughout the rebuild Mexico ranching area Wednes day after the flaming crash of a 2000mile per hour American spy plane One test pilot was killed and another injured slightly when the black SR71 spiraled to earth near the Texas border Tues day Both men parachuted out of the burning jet One was found dead by ranch workers ing process That we achieve new flexi bility in administrative pro cedures That we focus all the tech niques and talent within our so ciety on the crisis of the Ameri can city Johnson said there are few cities and towns in America which could not participate in the demonstration cities pro gram We shall take special DR ANDREW IVY DR STEVAN DURQVIC MARKO DUROVIC AWAIT JURYS VERDICT A federal court jury in Chicago is de liberating the fate of Dr Andrew C Ivy 72 a former vice president of the University of Illinois and three other men charged with fraud and AP Pholofax conspiracy in the sale and promotion of Krebiozen a substance taken by some cancer sufferers Dr Stevan Du rovic 60 and his brother Marko 64 a lawyer were charged with Dr Ivy A spokesman at Edwards Air care to see that urban commu Force Base Calif said the SR71 was on a routine long range test flight The spokes mansaid that it was the first reported accident for the new surveillance craft capable of scanning 60000 square miles of earth from an altitude of 80000 feet The Lockheed Aircraft Corp which builds the secret craft identified the dead pilot as James T Zwayer of Lancaster Calif The injured man Bill Consider case on Krebiozen The Globe ANSWER questions of tax out the strike Nine killed when train hits vehicle TAIPEI Formosa AP express train struck a speeding overcrowded station wagon at a level crossing near Tainan South Formosa Tuesday killing of the 10 persons in the critically injuring the CHICAGO AP A jury of seven housewives and five men is deliberating the fate of Dr Andrew C Ivy and three others charged with fraud and conspi racy in the sale and promotion of Krebiozen Judge Julius The defendants are Dr Ivy 72 director of medical research at Roosevelt University and chief sponsor of Krehiozen Dr Stevan Durovic 60 developer o Xrebiozen his brother Marko 64 a lawyer and Dr William FP Phillips 52 a genera J Hoffman of An US District Court handed the case to the jury at pm Tuesday The jurors deliberated until 1 pm then were locked up in a hotel for the night They re Inside PRESIDENT JOHNSON Would spend payers Page 5 SOLUTION to Amish prob lem rests on hope Page 21 Editorials 4 Comics8 Society news 91011 Sports 13U Bowling news 15 Clear Lake news 16 Weaver 37 of Northridge Calif was notbelieved serious ly hurt A rancher who carried Weav er by helicopter to a hospital quoted him as saying he didnt know what happened to the plane Everything was going fine and Albert Mitchell Jr quoted Weaver as saying Mitchell and several other eyewitnesses said they heard xplosions before the plane be jan a long fall to earth trail ng smoke The SR71 slightly heavier and Threes a crowd Taxicab drivers in Garmisch Germany whilecl away their time while waiting for fares by modeling these snow figures on a streetside Photofax bench The blonde young lady be tween them adds adornment to the chilly scene nine car and other Police said the driver who was killed ignored red warning lights and alarm bells sumed at am Wednesday Judge Hoffman said the jury will remain under the custody of US marshals until it reaches a verdict Krebiozen is a substance tak en by some cancer sufferers which the government contends practitioner who has adminis tercd the drug They are charged in an indie mentwith mail fraud and con spiracy in the sale and promo tion of Krebiozen The government contended Krebiozen is worthless in the treatment of cancer The white powdery substance which its proponents say is derived from the blood serum of horses has been banned from interstate shipment by the Food and Drug North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy cokUr with light snow Wednesday night 4 to U Thursday cold r ana cloudy ztre to 10 above on Page 2 s not an effective medication The jury heard the testimony of 178 witnesses 121 testifying for the government and 57 for the defense The trial ends its ninth month Friday and is the longest trial in Chicagos feder al court history A transcript of the trial filled more than 18000 pages and formed a stack of books seven feet high nities of all sizes are included The impact of the program will be significant involving as much as 15 or 20 per cent of the existing substandard struc tures The message amounted to an perating plan for a major hase of the principal assign ment Johnson has given the ew Department of Housing and Jrban Development to make cities better places in which to ive The President had sketched broad outlines of his rebuilding proposals in his State of the Union message two weeks ago Johnson spelled out qualifica Administration It can still be purchased in Illinois Dr Durovic was indicted on 40 counts involving possible maximum penalties of 140 years imprisonment and fines Dr Ivy is named in 37 counts carrying a maximum of 127 years and Dr Phil lips 13 counts 41 years and North Iowa news19 Mason City news 2223 Latest markets Classified pages2427 Reds revising rules on collective forms MOSCOW AP In an effor o overcome the Soviet Union chronic farm problems the So viet government has formed a committee of 140 top officials to revise the rules for the coun trys 38000 collective farms The committee is headed by Leonid Brezhnev first secretary of the Communist party Its members include scientists col chairmen and farm ers as vell as the 12man ruling party Presidium its six candi date members all nine members of the party Secretariat and all onger model of the YF12A juilt by Lockheed went into service Jan 7 The plane intended as a sue cessor to the slower U2 recon naissance craft normally car ries two persons and has som armament It does not carry nu clear weapons Warplanes fly 400 ions for cities to take part in the program including a re quirement that the demonstra tion be of sufficient magnitude to arrest blight and decay in entire neighborhoods and bring about a change in the to LBJ SAIGON South Viet Nam AP US warplanes flew more than 400 combat missions against suspected Red targets in South Viet Nam Wednesday and three US 7th Fleet destroy ers unloosed a coastal barrage of 729 heavy shells in a mas sive display of American fire jower A US spokesman said hundreds of huts and small buildings were hit in the bom bardment of Viet Cong concen trations and supply camps but the suspension of American air attacks against the Communist North continued into the 34th day US Air Force and Navy planes including the eighten missions Vietnamese regulars out of their US combat deaths last week jungle hideaways Although long columns slogged through the forests and rice paddies military spokes men reported no major encoun ter with the enemy or any sign of the whereabouts of the North Vietnamese troops in the cen tral highlands US Marines fanned out of gine B52 Stratofortresses from Guam took part in the allout assault On the ground US and other Allied troops extended their posttruce offensive but failed Mortar shells hit Da Nang air base DA NANGViet Nam 0 A Viet Cong mortar crew harassed the Da Nang i r base complex with a coupU of shells early Thursday but caused no damage and no casualties Please turn to 2 prod the Viet Cong or North Force delays in 14B debate their big base at Da Nang 380 miles northeast of Saigon on 300 patrols in the last 24 hours but mostly met only an occa sional gunshot mine or booby trap They were seeking the but the number of American wounded went down only slight ly Twentytwo Americans were killed and 193 wounded com pared with 52 killed and 237 wounded in the previous week a US spokesman said One American was reported missing in action or captured compared with three in the sevenday peri od that ended Jan 15 The number of South Viet namese killed remained about the same while the number re ported missing rose sharply A government spokesman said there were 209 combat deaths compared with 198 in the pre vious week and 185 missing compared with 78 Vietnamese wounded are not announced Communist losses were put at 408 killed and 56 captured com pared with 714 killed and 221 captured the previous week Although the government spokesman gave no explanation 000 and Marko Durovic 5 counts party bosses of the 15 Soviet Re 25 years and maximumpublics WASHINGTON ents forced new delays Wed nesday in debate on a motion to bring before the Senate a Housepassed bill to eliminate section 14B of the TaftHartley Act which authorizes states to ban the union shop Senate Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois forced a timeconsuming quor um call after serving notice he has at hand 19 proposals to amend the journal of Tuesdays proceedings Dirksen called for the read ing of the journal which sum marizes action the Senate took in its previous session Because Lhat action was scant Tuesday he and others proposed to offer amendments to the prayer with which the Senate began Tues days meeting Sen Sam J Ervin DNC another opponent of the union shop bill told Vice Pcrsident Hubert H Humphrey who was presiding that he has a num ber of amendments to correct Tuesdays journal Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana in dicated he might give up his ef forts to move to bring the bill up in the morning hour first two hours of the Senates ses sion when his motion would not be debatable Viet Cong mortar crews who lobbed 42 shells into the base Tuesday killing three Ameri cans and two Vietnamese One patrol came an unknown number of Viet Cong shortly after midnight and a moderately heavy firefight en sued One Viet Cong was kilted a spokesman said and Marine casualties were moderate The mulliprongedAlliedof fensive began with the end of the 3V4day Allied cease fire Sunday night The US Com mand reported today that the truce brought a sharp decline in for the rise in the number of missing the figure usually climbs during the Tet celebra tion when many troops take off to spend the holidays at home SAME   

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