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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 17, 1966, Mason City, Iowa                                Tht newspaper that makes oil North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION 10c One MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 Associated Prtsj Full LeaM VOL 1M No BOWED IN PRAYER bows his head at the 14th annual presidential prayer breakfast Thursday in Washington Stand ing beside him is Evangelist Billy Graham LBJ turns to private prayer WASHINGTON Iff President Johnson said Thursday that he has found courage in private prayer in these troubled times and sustaining strength in the prayers of others Johnson attended the 14th annual Presidential Prayer Breakfast that drew a turnaway crowd to a hotel ballroom It brought out representatives of offi cial and private lifeleaders of the nation diplomats and a large delegation from Congress A separate womens breakfast was held in nearby ballrooms and Johnson spoke there too using the same theme each place In private prayer at unusu al moments the President said I have found courage to meet another day in a world where peace on earth seems to be still just a dream But in these troubled times I am sustained by much more Dominican strike is called off SANTO DOMINGO Domin can Republic AP The ma Buaau1Cu uy luucu more tle Dominican Repub than just my own humble lc s labor leadcrs aSreed prayers I am sustained by the to end a damagmg general prayers of hundreds of other aftcr President Hector Americans who daily take the GaraaGodoy promised to send r 1 two inn milifnrv time to look up from their own problems to help me with mine The annual breakfasts are held under the sponsorship of the International Leadership Christian two top military officers abroad The strike leaders acted shortly after the president warned in a radiotelevision speech that government em French put a satellite into orbit HAMMAGUIR Algeria AP Thursday successfully fired a threestage rocket and put a 41pound scientific satel lite into orbit It was the second allFrench launching of a satel lite After two failures due to me chanical troubles last Friday and Saturday the liquidfueled Diamond II rocket lifted off from this base on the edge of the Sahara Officials said the rocket func tioned normally and the satel lites orbit closely followed the one planned from a high point of 1660 miles above the earth to a low point of 317 miles Technicians at the Bretigny Tracking Center near Paris said they were receiving the Zebulon satellites radio transmissions normally The satellite is to send back information for mapping the earths magnetic field and to aid studies of the earths form and structure It was the second use of Frances Diamond rocket to send a Frenchmade satellite into orbit The first was on Nov 26 when a smaller spacecraft was orbited to send back tem perature reportsIt went silent aftcr a few hours Weather outlook Partly cloudy to cloudy and Thursday night and Friday with chance of a few snow flurries Thursday night Lows Thursday night S to 15 Highs Friday in Weather details 2 they did not resume work hursday Morse You and the Presi He said if necessary he would dent have been misguided for a use police to reopen Santo Dolnnff hmp thu war mingos port and airport and That charge brought a burst other public services He added Of applause from spectators r n a r no it a e r Q Iri ti rr cfoic t n uau UCCil lailUJlg that his Jan 6 order transferhow France lost the war ring military leaders to diploFrench Indochina because matic posts obeyed rp HiVioc asacucu UldL Uie UCU The strike was called eight ple Of this country are leaving days ago to protest police viothe President by the million lence during a Communistled on the issue Taylor replied that if the Unit student demonstration in which that he was taking steps to see abroad was fully order The terrorism that had swept report of any casualties American Human Rights Com mission as they were about to take off on a helicopter inspec tion tour Wednesday Could boycott ships USwill rule out Vietwar Forecast by Sen Morse By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Sen Wayne Morse forecast Thursday that the American people soon will repudiate the war in South Viet presidential ad viser Maxwell D Taylor retort ed that would be good news to the Communists in Hanoi Morse the Oregon Demo crat shot back a charge of smear militarism and gutter debate He said Taylor and President Johnson are misguid ed about the war in Southeast Asia The heated exchange between Morse and the former ambassa dor to Saigon came as Taylor outlined administration policy before the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee It began with a Morse discus MAXWELL TAYLOR Challenges Morse sion of homefront opposition in France to the IndoChinese wars of a dozen years ago Then he switched to current US concerns about the strug gle in South Viet Nam It brought this exchange Morse Were engaged in a historic debate in thiscountry It isnt going to be too long be fore the American people as a people will repudiate this war Taylor Thats going to be good news to Hanoi Thats the kind of smear militarists always en gage in I dont intend to get down in the gutter with you and engage in that kind of de bate If the people decide that this war should be stopped are you going to tahe the position that is weakness in a democracy speeud mai government em Tavlor l would take theposi ployes would lose their jobs ltlon lnat the are badly Taylor had been of in of weaknesson the home front Morse asserted that the peo iayiui rcpueu main me unii three students were killed But cd states abandoned its basic moderate and extreme leftists aims in Viet Nam it would be used the walkout to pressure the because the people are badly government into ousting the misguided and do not under military leaders who had resland the consequences of such fused to obey the presidential a disaster J lit IvlLUlloIll If a I iltlCl SWGDt wwimniiiwc w j wj JLI u LILIIU the city for the last seven nights FulDright DArk one of the class coach on the Assam mail and by unofficial estimates cost administrations sharpest critexpress in northeast India 20 lives subsided during the on fvet Nam took up the Wednesday njgnt killmg 36 night Only two bomb explosions lssue of homefront support in sengcrs and injuring 53 Rail were heard and there were no exchange with Taylor ways Minister Ram Subhag r i ivaui Fulbnghl asked what the Singh told PariiamcnL fffvt tilJJ wo Lini J Terrorists fired wild shots at Communists in Indochina won three members of the Interat A weakening of the will to VIET NAM Please turn to 2 Problems of war for a child A Vietnamese child clings to his bound father who was rounded up as a suspected Viet Cong guer rilla by Operation Eagles Claw in the Bong Son area 280 miles northeast of Saigon The fa Pholofax ther was taken to an interrogation camp with other suspects rounded up by US 1st Air Cavalry Divi sion that conducted operation Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Society news 678 Sports 910 North owa news 11 Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 Clear Lake news 15 CubGazette 16 Classified pages 1819 Time bombs fatal to 36 NEW DELHI AP Two ring loan ion Committee chairman J W time bombs exploded in a third Reports from the area blamed rebellious Naga tribesmen Singh said one bomb went off in the rear compartment of the coach blowing the roof off the car and halting the train NEW DELHI India AP Vice President Hubert H Hum phrey offered India a 100mil lion loan Thursday an official source reported The loan is for importing ur gently needed raw materials to get Indias industry now run ning at 50 per cent capacity in many sectors speeded up the source said The offer does not constitute a resumption of American de velopment aid which was halt ed during Indias war with neighboring Pakistan in Sep tember the informant said Humphrey in India for a short visit announced Tuesday night Pakistan would get a million loan to import commod Picture of Humphrey in India Page 2 r visits Washington probably next month for talks with President Johnson The United States has stepped up shipments of food grains to famine threatened India but the curtailment of development aid has seriously hamstrung the economy which has been falter ing for years Wearing a flowing sari Mrs Gandhi greeted the vice presi dent on the steps of her offic in the Parliament building Their conference was attendee by her close aides Presiden Johnsons roving ambassador W Averell Harriman and thi US ambassador to India Chester Bowles Earlier in the day Mrs Gand hi told deeply Boys from slums make it at Harvard By HOWARD H MUSON CAMBRIDGE Mass AP The boys who learned their first lesson in the slums when they probably never dreamed of col lege have made their mark at Harvard Harvards deans said Thurs day the college has won its gam ble on more than 200 youths it has admitted since 1957 who never would have qualified if judged on their college board test grades The 200 chosen partly for their courageous response to a povertystricken upbringing are no ordinary scholarship holders Most were raised in city slums Many attended unaccred ited high schools More than 50 per cent are Negroes A few are the sons of maids and migrant The results of one of the first college recruiting efforts of its kind were termed amazing by the dean of admissions Fred L Glimp in an interview Eightyfive per cent of those selected have graduated a number with honors and one with a Rhodes scholarship The students have kept pace academically with theii more fortunate associates from the nations best preparatory schools and its academically strong public high schools And theyve done it Dean Glimp says without overcom pensating without burning all the bridges of their past behind them It began when Harvards deans were mulling the question of how much weight college board scores should be given in the cases of boys raised in pov erty and educated in substand ardcniality schools The result was establishment HARVARD Plcast turn to Page 2 Mrs Ghandi and met in her office ities needed to speed up its economic progress Uiilt The question of resuming longThursday afternoon term US aid to India appar ently is being left open until Prime Minister Indira Gandhi Humphre1 for talk Parliament concerned India over th is possibility that the Viet Nam conflict will escalate She saic her government would consider any proposals to settle the war But there was no indication Mrs Gandhi was contemplating a peace initiative or that Hum phrey would ask her for one Humphrey before leavint Karachi Wednesday announcec a loan for neighbor ing Pakistan US aid program to both countries were sus pended when they went to wai over Kashmir last September but they have been getting emergency help because acute food shortages resulting from drought The vice president met firs with Indian Finance Ministei Sachindra Chudhuri Food Min isler Chidambaram Subramani am and Planning Minister Aso ka Mchta Economic and devel opment aid to India was be licved to be a main topic of dis cuss ion Unions attack N Viet trade By NEIL GILBRIDE AP Labor Writer MIAMI BEACH Fla UP Maritime unions meet ng here Thursday reportedly will consider boycotting oreign ships including those of Allied nations hat trade with North Viet Nam The boycott in ef fect would close US ports to hundreds of foreign ves sels A spokesman for the AFLCIO Maritime Trades Department said the International Longshoremens As sociation which imposed a ioycott against US wheat shipments to the Soviet Union two years ago will propose the new boycott The spokesman said such a boycott would affect ships of Great Britain France Norway Italy Greece United Arab Re public and other nations that have dealt with North Viet Nam The ILA is seriously consid ering refusing to load any such Reds claim violation of ban treaty By DORIAN FALK GENEVA AP The Soviet Union Thursday denounced flights of American nuclear bombers as a violation of the 1963 partial test ban treaty The United States rejected the charge as false and mere propaganda The two nuclear powers clashed in the 17nation disarm ament talks when Soviet nego tiator Semyon K Tsarapkin read a memorandum by his government He claimed the Spanish coastal area was being contaminated after the crash ol an American B52 with nuclear bombs last montli The Soviet memorandum government said the considers this a flagrant violation of in ternational law and of the 196S Moscow treaty Tsarapkin said the memorandum was directed to all states and constituted an appeal for termination of these flights US chief delegate William C Foster declined to go into the substance of the Soviet statement saying One is led to wonder what purpose lies beyond the repeti tious and false allegations about this incident and why the Soviet delegate asked to be the first speaker today just to read a note delivered yesterday to my government by the Soviet gov ernment Presumably if the Soviet government had other than propaganda in mind it would have awaited a reply through diplomatic channels US delegation officials said the Soviet statement contained no direct or indirect threat of a Soviet withdrawal from the Moscow treaty The Soviet memorandum had this to say It may be said that this was merely an accident But the So viet government asks the ques tion What kind of a policy is this which allows such accidents to happen The Soviet government has warned the United States re peatedly on the danger of such flights but the United States did not heed our warnings What happened over the coast ol Spain shows that our warnings were well grounded Clearly it is necessary to stop the flights of planes carry ing nuclear bombs outside the national borders The Soviet government hopes that drawing the attention of the United States to these facts will lead to the termina lion of such flights Following the collision of the US B52 bomber and a jet tank er over the southern coast oi Spain only three of the bomb ers four nuclear bombs were recovered A search is still being made for the fourth in the Mediterranean off the coast a well as on land Confirm death from meningitis MONTEREY Calif pathologist confirmed Wednes day that a soldier at Ft Ord died of meningitis The soldier was Pvt Robert L Johnson 20 Shawnee Okla It was the first death from the disease at Ft Ord since Novem ber 1SW4 the end of an outbreak that claimed 15 lives and sick cncd about 100 servicemen ship the spokesman said ILA President Thomas W Gleason is expected to ask sup port of the boycott by the 28 oth er maritime unions meeting here today and Friday The spokesman said Gleason may even go a step further and propose applying the boycott to all ships of any nation that has sent even one vessel into North Viet Nam ports The people who have been trading with North Viet Nam are going to get hurt by this proposal if it goes through the Maritime Trades spokesman said He said federal officials have refused requests of the mari time unions to blacklist such ships as the United States once did to vessels trading with Cuba The State Department does not want to offend Great Brit ain France Norway Italy Greece and those other coun tries which have been making a pretty penny dealing with North Viet Nam the union spokes man said They have delivered hun dreds of tons of cargo to North Viet Nam and they have the gall to come to US ports he said While Gleason with the sup port of other maritime unions boycotted US wheat shipments to the Soviet Union in 1964 it took White House action to per suade them to resume loading the Sovietbound ships Charged in crash that killed wife a 1 e Kurd 43 Alexander was charged with manslaughter Thursday in the death of his wife in a onecar accident here Wednesday night Sheriff Robert Blecker said Hurd was driving a car which missed a turn on South Main Street about 11 pm Wednesday and crashed into the concrete steps of a house Blecker said Hurd walked away leaving his wife Sylvia 28 in the car He said Mrs Hurd died at the scene Hurd was taken before Mayor Roy Wilson Thursday and or dered held in lieu of bnnd Mrs Kurds parents are Mr and Mrs Arthur Burcfchardt of Clear Lake Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Ward Funeral Home Mrs Hurd is survived by her husband three children Victor 10 Michael 7 and Lori 5 her parents Mr and Mrs Arthur L Burckhardt Clear Lake and two sisters Mrs CRASH Please turn to 2 SAME MWI In SI Bmin   

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