Mason City Globe Gazette, February 11, 1966

Mason City Globe Gazette

February 11, 1966

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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 11, 1966, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that makes ali North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION lOo a One MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11 19M Associated Presi Full Leane Wires VOL 1M I Viet Nam ataglance By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS SAIGON Communist casualties are re ported at the highest level of the war as an I other 184 Reds are claimed killed by US planes and troops North Vietnamese antiaircraft shoots down the ninth US plane since the air war resumed An American civilian engineer is killed by guerrillas outside Saigon his partner es capes Vies President Hubert H Humphrey in spects improvement projects in the Saigon area WASHINGTON President Johnson seeks to put diplomatic pressure on North Viet Nam to back off from its demand that the Viet Cong must represent South Viet Nam in any peace talks After a White House meeting he sends I Ambassador Arthur J Goldberg back to the United Nations in New York to renew Ameri can peace efforts George F Kennan former State Depart ment Soviet affairs expert joins Senate For eign Relations Committee chairman J W Ful bright in expressing fear the USVietnamese Declaration of Honolulu may add an obstacle to negotiations But former Vice President Rich ard M Nixon says the Presidents critics are encouraging the Communists C Pentagon officials say the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese are being hit at a tastic rate They say thefirepower level is high er than in previous wars TOKYO Red China charges the Soviet Union with joining the United States India and Japan in trying to encircle the Chinese Peking says it will never take any united action with the Kremlin leaders in Viet Nam or anywhere else unless they abandon their Khrushchev visionist line and abandon the alleged encir clement alliance Subs hunt for nuclear bomb PALOMARES BEACH Spain Itf Submarine search for a missing nuclear bomb got under way Fri day despite choppy seas from a storm which tore down telephone lines and gave US Air Forcemen at base camp on shore a sleepless night The midget submarines Alvin and Aluminaut ap peared from shore to be working the sea bottom where the lost nuclear device and other debris from a crashed B52 bomber were believed lying Domingo crisis Winds hit a maximum of 67 miles an hour Thursday night They dropped to just above 50 mph Friday The 22foot Alvin and the 50 foot Aluminaut arrived Thurs day to join US Navy Task Force 65 which so far has locat ed nearly 70 pieces of wreckage on the sea floor about 1000 feet clown The two subs are expected to use their underwater sound and television gear to guide them along the Mediterranean floor in search of the bomb and other wreckage missing since the col lision and crash of a US B52 bomber and its jet tanker Jan 17 The subs can either pluck the bomb from the bottom with me chanical arms or attach lines so a ship above can haul it up The Navys 14ton Alvin was flown to Spain aboard a C133 cargo plane from Otis Air Force Mass The Base at Falmouth 75ton Aluminaut which is owned by Reynolds Metal Corp was shipped from Florida After testing at the USSpan ish naval base at Rota on the Atlantic Coast they were loaded aboard the Navy LSD Plymouth Rock to liam S force join Rear Adm Wil Guests special tasi GIs catch Viet Cong 19 killed SAIGON Viet Nam AP JS air cavalrymen caught up Friday with some Viet Cong ele ments they had chased from the central coast last week and quickly killed 19 and captured eight The guerrillas were hit in lightning thrust called Eagles Haw Helicopters bore troopers of Ask Ho to modify demands Wouldnt give control to VC WASHINGTON AP The United States is seeking to put diplomatic pressure on North Viet Nam to modify its demand that the Communist National Liberation Front NLF must represent South Viet Nam in any peace negotiations President Johnson has sent word to interested foreign gov ernments that the demand made by North Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh is wholly unacceptable and has created an obstacle to efforts to arrange a peace conference Ambassador Arthur J Gold berg envoy to the United Na tions said after a twohour meeting with Johnson Thursday that US policy is flexible on the issue of an NLF role in ne gotiations The NLF is the polit ical arm of the Communist guerrilla forces We will bargain on that at the conference table Goldberg told reporters But he empha sized that the demand which Ho made public Jan 28 is unac ceptable to the United States and he made clear it would have to be modified if the issue is to be resolved Johnson briefed Goldberg on his meeting in Hawaii earlier this week with the leaders of South Viet Nam then sent him back to UN headquarters in New York to renew his efforts with SecretaryGeneralU Thant and members of the Security Council as well as representa tives of other countries to find some way to bring the Vietnam ese war to a close While Goldberg was meeting with Johnson the Senate For eign Relations Committee heard from George F Kennan former State Department Soviet affairs expert in its inquiry into US policy in Southeast Asia Both Kennan and Sen J W Fulbright DArk the commit tee chairman expressed fears this weeks USSouth Vietnam ese declaration in Honolulu may have raised an added obstacle to a negotiated peace It seems to me we have fur Qif i boils Bosch backing general strike SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic UP President Hector GarciaGodoy named a new armed forces minister Friday in an attempt to solve a grave crisis and rioting that has left nine persons dead in two days Col Enrique Perez y Perez 42 was named to the ministry with the approval of the armed forces He re Commodore Francis Cable TV for city proposed Formation of a corporation which hopes to operate a cable television system in Mason City was announced here Friday Incorporated as the Mason City Community Cable Corp 49 per cent of the stock is locally owned Spokesmen said they plan to make an application for the franchise here Friday and may appear at the Feb 21 City Council meeting to present a formal request Another company expected to be known as the North Iowa TV Cable Co also has expressed interest in obtaining a franchise here although its plans have not Main Street deserted Flood waters from the Kickapoo River fill Main Street in Soldiers Grove Wis Mayor Cecil Turk said 4050 people had left town because of PhoLofax the advancing waters which began to recede Thurs day Inside The Globe VALENTINE twins in col or Page 8 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news 47 Latest markets 7 Society news 8 Sports 910 TV section 1112 13 16 Court ponders remap problem been announced yet The main spokesman for the Mason City Community Cable Corp is Thomas Stoner presi dent of the Stoner Systems an Iowa outdoor advertising firm with offices in Des Moines Sioux City and Cedar Rapids Stoner also is affiliated with cable television systems in York and Seward Neb The system co Rivera Caminero who nas been named military at tache in Washington The change was announced at the National Palace as a gen eral strike to force out all the Dominican army high command appeared gaining ground in the capital Former President Juan Bosch threw his weight behind the gen eral strike There were signs that the strike called Wednesday night by labor leaders of the Domini can Revolutionary party was spreading Some business houses in the central part of the city were closed as were many govern ment offices and international air lines A widespread strike could seriously affect negotiations be tween the government and armed forces leaders to solve a grave politicalmilitary crisis Bosch made it clear in a statement the strike objective was aimed at the basis agree ment the president and military chiefs have been trying to reach in two weeks of negotiations Heavy explosions from what were described as noise bombs here would cnv ploy 810 persons and represent an investment of to Stoner said The cable television company would pay a normal personalproperty tax he added Local investors involved in the corporation are R E Ro mey Keith P Sanborn Robert A Schukei John O Edward Don W Burington Dr Carroll Comics North Iowa news the US 1st Air Cavalry Divi sion into the action 20 miles southwest of Bong Son Rockets aombs and shells pounded the guerrilla hideouts US casual ties were few but one American helicopter wasshot down In Saigon US forces report ed another 184 Communists killed by troops and planes pushing listed Communist losses in men beyond 2000 in the last two weeks An Anerican spokes man said these were the highest Red casualty figures of the war American Air Force and Navy jets again pounded targets in North and South Viet Nam A Navy Skyraider became the ninth victim of Communist anti aircraft defenses since the Unit el States resumed the air war Launching by French delayed HAMMAGUIR Algeria AP mechanical caused a delay failure Friday of at least 24 of a hours in the launching French scientific satellite from this base at the edge of the Sa hara The Diamant threestage rock et had been poised to hurl the satellite into orbit at 10 am Fri day After four countdown de lays the launching was resel ifor noon Later itwas postponed until Saturday Weather outlook Mostly fair and colder Fri day night lows middle to lower 20s Saturday partly cloudy and warmer In 30s Weather details Pagt 2 ther committed ourselves to a point where any sort of a negoti ated settlement short of out right victory could be called a betrayal of a commitment Fulbright said Kennan former US ambas sador to the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia added It gives me a very very uneasy feeling to read the joint declaration to which we have subscribed It does seem to me that if we want to develop the utmost prospect of a peaceful solution we should have maintained the independence of our position Both men indicated they fee the South Vietnamese leaders are more interested in military victory than in economic socia and humane positions stressec by US officials Earlier Kennan said thai adopting a strong defensive po sition while letting the war sim mer might convince the Com munists they cannot dislodg us If they cannot dislodge us n the North 12 days ago The plane was shot down 15 miles north of the 17th Parallel hursday by heavy flak an Air spokesman said No para chute was seen by other pilots and the Navy airman was pre sumed killed The Viet Cong shot and killed an American civilian engineer operating a tractor in a jungle clearing at a rock quarry 20 miles northeast of Saigon His partner escaped when two gucr rillas leaped out of spider holes and opened fire A US 1st Infantry Division patrol later recovered the body The engineer was not immedi ately identified He was em ployed by the big American RMK construction combine Tht shooting occurred near the spot where the Viet Cong kidnaped two Americans one Vietnamese and one Canadian employed by the firm in Decem ber they will have to talk to us be cause they want us out Russ writer defends work at his trial MOSCOW writer Andrei D Sinyavsky Friday dei DES MOINES AP The question of whether Iowa may have to call a special session of the legislature this year rested Friday with a reapportionment appeal which the State Supreme Court had under advisement The court completed argu ments Thursday on a suit chal lenging the constitutionality of a temporary redistricting plan adopted by a special session of the legislature in 1964 The tribunal gave no indica tion how soon it will decide the case If it rules In favor of a group attacking the plan the lawmak ers might have to be called back to adopt another one in time for the 1966 elections The issue hinges on whether subdistricts would be necessary in a county having more than one state representative fended his works before a Russian court by arguing that they were purely literary and nonpolitical The official Soviet news agen cy Tass reporting on the sec ond day of his trial said that however the facts convict him Sinyavsky and another writ er Yuli M Daniel face seven years in prison plus five years of Siberian exile on charges of antiSoviet propaganda in works smuggled to the West They pleaded innocent at the opening day of the trial Thurs day The court is closed to West ern newsmen Take live antitank rocket from body of US Marine BOSTON AP Marine Cpl Donald Trcmblay remembers there was the rocket in me and it could have gone off any min ute and all those guys carried me to a helicopter and then we flew for 10 minutes to Chou Lai All I could see was the pin and about four inches 1 was afraid it would go off and kill all the guys around me It was a live antitank rock et 8 inches long and inches in diameter It was imbedded in the body of the 23yearold Ma rine from North Attleboro Tremblay survived and now is recuperating at Chelsea Nava Hospital He was on a Viet Nam combal patrol last Jan 15 when the in cident occurred We came to a spot in the trail where we thought we might be ambushed so we decid ed to set up the rocket launch ers Me and a buddy started set up a launcher but ROCKET Please turn to Page 2 0 Adams Dr L and A C Frisk W Swanson to we Meningitis hits Texas base SAN ANTONIO Tex Doctors found another case of spinal meningitis Friday after two here and another in Ft Gordon Ga died of the virulent disease this week A late count showed seven meningitis victims in military in an Air Force installation here and three at the Army base in Georgia Jerry L Slagle 19 Akron Ohio taking his Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Force Base here died Thursday night Robert W Givin also 19 Nor ristown Pa died1 Wednesday in his barracks at Ft Gordon Lackland said Philip L Deck er 20 of Cass City Mich was confirmed today as having the disease Also reported suffering from the illness at Lackland were William Evans 19 Kingston Tenn Rick L Gilstrap 19 of Kan sas City Mo Robert M Bosch Jr 19 of Pennsburg Pa At Ft Gordon authorities said five earlier cases were treated and cured The first case was reported last Decem ber A Lackland spokesman said the 16000 basic trainees were restricted to the base to prevent spread of the disease outside the base and units were care fully separated within the base Slagle had been in training here about weeks The in cubation period of the disease is 10 to 12 days The sick men came from two separate basic training squad rons These squadrons were or dered isolated from others at the base A Lackland spokesman said 5000 graduates of basic training had been sent to advanced train ing at other bases in the last 10 days These bases arc Lowry at Denver Colo Chanute at Champaign 111 Keesler at Bi loxi Miss Sheppard at Wichi ta Falls Tex and Amarillo Tex AFB The spokesman said no reports of illnesses from these bases had been received The plaintiffs represented by David Belin Des Moines attor ney contend that unless county subdistricting is ordered the temporary reap portionment ian would not comply with the JS Supreme Courts oneman onevote decision Belin also contended the tem porary reapportionment plan is unconstitutional because it pro vides for more than 50 senators He said the 1904 state const utional amendment providing for a Senate of 50 members ap portioned on a population basis was perfectly constitutional by todays standards What the federal courts declared uncon stitutional early in 1964 he said was the 1928 amendment which said no county could have more than one senator Belin argued that as much of the state constitution should be salvaged as possible after the federally unconstitutional por tions were stricken and said this would leave the 50member limit on the Senate intact Bclin called subdistricting the critical issue in the case He said the allarge election system allowing Polk County residents to vote for 11 repre sentatives while residents of most other counties can vote or only one discriminates not only against voters in smaller counties but against rural dwellers and political minoriti ties in Polk County Belin said that one man one vote does not mean one man 11 votes in Polk County and one man one vote in Warren Coun ty He said testimony in the trial court brought out that no rural Democrat in Polk County could win nomination for the legisla ture in the 1964 primary elec tion because they were swamped in an avalanche of Des Moines votes Belin also cited general elec tion figures showing that al though one Republican led all candidates of both parties in a block of 23 normally Republi can Des Moines precincts not a single Republican was elect ed Donald Hewitt now in charge of the two Nebraska cable op is expected to be of the Mason City fire resounded downtown area erations manager system Stoner said he believes that a franchise election would be necessary for approval He said that if the council here approves the companys proposal an election could be held in about 2Xi months The cable television would bring in stations from clear as the and automatic throughout the of Santo Domingo late Thurs day night an dearly Friday The bombs have been used by police in the past to disperse rioters They are regarded as harmless except at close range Two persons died in Thurs days violence A mob stabbed and clubbed a police sergeant to death then scattered An 18yearold youth was killed by a policeman in a gun fight Police reinforcements turned back another mob armed with clubs and rocks as it marched on a police station Young gangs reportedly attacked police in three cities in the interior A spokesman for the Inter American Peace Force denied reports that Brazilian troops hurled a grenade into a crowd after a rock hit their jeep The spokesman said someone in the threw the grenade and it areas as other local channel Stoner said Generally a large antenna picks up the signals and feeds them to sub CABLE Please turn to Page 2 ricocheted off the yearold boy was wounded jeep A 4 gravely The new violence began Wednesday when two police men three students and two bystanders were killed after police fired bullets and tear gas during a Communistled student demonstration Beginning today Jim Bishop Reporter Every man has his own lime table The talents of some blossom early and fade quickly Others rise gradually to a peak of per formance and level off there before beginning a slow decline A third breed seems to spend almost twothirds of his JIM BISHOP He was a lateearner almost without being aware ol ready for a sudden and prodigious flowering Jim Bishop legman editor biographer and author of the King Features Syndicate col umn JIM BISHOP Re porter is one of these At age 47 Bishops micro scopic reconstruction of Presi dent Lincolns last 24 hours on earth The Day Lincoln Was Shot brought him overnighl wealth fame and the wide hori ons that go with them In swift succession he auth ored two more books The Gol den Ham intimate biography of Jackie Gleason and The Day Christ Died a reverent min utebyminute account of the 23 hours of t h e Passion and the Crucifixion Interspersed with these were a scries of syndicated reporting indepth jobs on the court mar tial of a Marine sergeant who led six recruits to their death in a swamp and an account of escaped freedom fighters from Hungary Jim Bishop Reporter will be regularly in the Globe Gazette beginning with this edi tion page 4 SAME DATE1H471 ;

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