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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Carroll, Iowa Carroll daily times Herald 273 return postage guaranteed Iowa november 1967 ten pages delivered by Carrier boy each evening for 50 cents per week Ift inc Relief troops reach Force trapped losses heavy Saigon a North Viet namese regulars surrounded a paratrooper battalion on a Hill near the cambodian Border in South Vietnam Central High lands today and with heavy ground assaults and mortar at tacks apparently inflicted heavy an american Relief Force reached the scene at the battalion of the 173rd airborne brigade was Cut off for 24 hours before the reinforcements arrived to break the communist attack and bring out dead and wound heavy enemy ground fire kept Rescue helicopters associated press correspondent John Lengel reported from Dak about 15 Miles from the the heavy communist fire set off a huge explosion in Side the possibly causing heavy it could not be determined immediately what caused the the perhaps the most vicious yet in the High lands came As planes bombed the Hanoi Hai Phong area for the fifth straight Day on the attacks included blows against the fifth and six targets to come off the pentagons restricted list in four they Are a Concrete Plant and a Barge Yard near in Washington the Pentagon said the Concrete Plant produced Cement for Airfield run ways and Road and Highway re the command announced the loss of four bringing the total number of losses Over the North to 749 the four planes carried six Crew All of whom Are the belief grew among american commanders that the communists at Dak to Are trying to do what they achieved earlier this year just below the demilitarized zone Large american forces away from thickly populated areas and pin them Down in the sparsely settled Moun some americans and Percy Radl telephoto world the Winner and two runners up in the 1967 miss world contest in London Are Madeleine of Peru sharia of third and Maria right of second commission warns of health crisis Washington a a presidential commission warned today a National health crisis May be upon us now or just around the it the system of caring for americas health 15 die Over weekend in Iowa traffic by the associated press in one of the bloodiest week ends of the year 15 Lowans lost their lives in traffic accidents in the manslaughter charges filed sunday in connection with two of the charged was Loren of Rural who was identified As the Driver of a car which struck two 12yearold girls who were Riding bicycles on a county Road near Riverside Walsh was jailed following the Accident on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while killed in the Accident were Mary daughter of and Ted and Linda daughter of and Vince both fam Ilies live on farms near River two spirit Lake youths were killed and four others were injured when the Van truck in which they were Riding ran off a county Road near spirit Lake and crashed into a killed were Terrill and Anthony 16 other accidents sunday killed fatalities see Page 9 is in a state of with costs rising far faster than living expenses and gaps apparent in the Quality and distribution of the commission questioned whether the country is getting its moneys Worth from the in creasing billions going into health care since there has been Only a Small gain in life expect it suggested health might be improved More Byco Para ble expenditures in such areas As education and bet1 Ter More than 50 Cura Tives for current the commission prescribed dentists and other professionals periodic examinations for renewal of their licenses As a prod to keep up their skills and knowledge and to discourage unnecessary or Overly expensive tests and treatments on the part of the commission listed re views by Peers or associates As one of its most important re hospitals financial re wards for efficiency and Quality care so the better ones might expand and Prosper and the worse ones go out of financial help to medical and dental schools to improve Quality and expand in Loans to students Cov ering full tuition and living repayable Over a period of years or in two years time Given to a National service other than selective priority for improving health care of disadvantaged president Johnson named the 15man commission last he asked it to recommend ways of improving the availability and use of health Romney and differ on bombing Washington Republican presidential hopeful George Romney said today it would be unwise to Stop the bombing of North Vietnam with out knowing whether the halt would bring some worthwhile thus the Michigan governor appeared to differ with an other gop presidential Charles Percy of who proposed Over the weekend that president Johnson order unannounced halts in the bombing to test communist willingness to Romney dealt with Vietnam and his political Hopes As he opened his first week As a for Mally announced candidate for the Republican presidential he threw his hat into the ring with a speech in Detroit in preparation for his tour abroad next month Romney came to the state department monday morning for a briefing by assistant secretaries of earlier Romney was inter viewed on abcs today where he belief that to Stop the bombing of North Vietnam without know ing it could Lead to some worthwhile result would not be a very Wise thing to Breaks ground for new Paige photo charge boy shot parents father Boone a a 14yearold Boone county boy was held on an open charge of murder Mon Day after a shooting spree in which his father was killed and his Mother seriously Floyd of near Ogden was shot to death in his farm Home about Midnight Boone county sheriff Jack Camelin his was hospitalized in Des Moines with gunshot wounds in her near the and in the the held in Boone county jail after he was reportedly arrested at Jefferson Early Mon was identified As David As about 100 persons watched sunday the very Leo pastor of holy spirit Church in turned the first Spade Ful of Earth in groundbreaking ceremonies for a new and connecting looking on during the historic event from Frank Beiter and Tom Lay the Thomas Donahoe and Norbert Joseph the Jerome John Maurice the Henry and the construction of the new Church Complex will begin in according to late news off a wire higher food prices due in coming year Washington ups on food prices by processors and marketing firms will increase two to three per cent in 1968 Over this years margins the agriculture department pre these markups would be reflected in higher retail food prices possibly As much As three per the Agency operating costs of food marketing firms Likely will Rise in a food marketing report hourly earnings and fringe benefits of food Market ing employees Are expected to continue and the Rise is not Likely to be entirely offset Washington a citing very serious manpower prob lems among the North vet namese and Viet William Westmoreland says a Token withdrawal of troops from South Vietnam May be possible within two we have evidence through our intelligence that the enemy has very serious manpower problems in the said the commander of forces in but he warned that any phase out of troops May be to Ken at first and remains conditional on improvement in the South vietnamese heart transplant Chicago a surgeons at californian Stanford medical Center Are ready to make the worlds first human heart trans Plant whenever the Ideal donor and Ideal recipient appear there at the same the journal of the american medical association said armoured Boot Washington a the army soon will Field test in Viet Nam a new armoured Boot de signed to save infantrymen from crippling wounds inflicted by communist land mines and Booby traps caused a higher proportion of american deaths and wounds in this War than in world War ii and some 800 pairs of a new blast protective tropical combat Boot will be sent for Field evaluation to army and Marine in South educators Des Moines a the Iowa state education Assoc Tion said monday it will build a 12story retirement Home of with 147 the to be called Heather will Cost million and should be ready for occupancy by the fall of the association it will be constructed in the Urban renewal not far from downtown Des to study in Mexico storm Lake a plans for a two week classroom in Mexico study course june 821 have been announced by Buena Vista a group of approximately 30 students will travel to the Institute Allende in san Miguel de for classes in mexican and and Felix Cruz of storm Lake will Lead the Institute lectures during the two week session will be Given by Institute Allende soviet Jet on first trip to United states Moscow a a new so Viet il62 Jet Airliner left today on its first flight to the United aboard were officials to discuss a regular new York Moscow airline the group headed by Dmitry inspector general of civil will begin technical talks in Washington tues a spokesman for the minis try of civil aviation said the group expects to Fly Back to Moscow by the end of the an agreement for the first direct air service Between the United states and the soviet Union was signed a year two earlier technical sessions have been held and now the route can be fairly the state depart ment has the whose four Jet engines Are mounted on the Tail like the British has recently begun flying to Montreal new Delhi and it must now obtain an american certificate of airworthiness and pass noise level tests at new Yorks Kennedy by increases in output per Man the report said food store employees earned an average of per hour in August this per cent More than a year this Rise exceeds the average annual increase of 4 per cent since it said the increases in the average hourly earnings of food Industry employees were com parable to those in other lines of manufacturing and Washington a production expenses of american farms during the first three quarters of 1967 Are estimated at billion by the agriculture this figure is billion above expenses incurred during the corresponding period of the department said in a re port that almost All production with the exception of feeder were higher in prices a year farm real estate tax rates and mortgage interest per acre were up the number of hired farm workers was Down More than 7 per cent through but this was said to have been about offset on rapidly rising farm wage Washington associate adminis Page 9 Snow in North East by the associated press Lowans in Nort Central and northeastern counties woke up to Snow there was two inches on the ground at Mason City Early in the and an Inch at Waterloo and the precipitation was moving to the East and was to change to rain As afternoon highs moved into the 30s and overnight lows in the 20s were with partly Cloudy skies and Little tempera Ture change on tap for lows Early monday were be tween 26 at Dubuque and 35 at following afternoon highs sunday which varied from 35 at Dubuque and Mason City to 50 at Council repercussions round world to devaluation London a repercussions to the per cent devaluation in the British Pound rolled around the world and bitter discontent brewed at Home among conservatives and angry Menin the Anthofer Dies retired area priest the Louis of a priest for 54 died at Satur Day at Anthony where he had been a patient for the last two he had been in failing health for the last two the most Joseph Bishop of the Sioux City will pontificate at a solemn requiem High mass at 11 wednesday for an twofer at Josephs the office of the dead will be recited at and burial will take place in Josephs friends May Call after 2 monday at Sharps funeral Home in where rosaries will be recited monday Anthofer see Page 9 Louis Anthofer the government announce ment saturday that the Pound would be devalued from to provoked Matching devaluations in Den Israel and the British col ony of Hong fifteen other nations said they were unde Cid while other nations kept their currency ratio to the Dollar prime minister Harold Wil son went on television sunday night to explain that the de valuation is meant to Spur British exports and that the limping Economy will have a Chance to break out of the straightjacket of Boom and most countries that devalued with Britain Are suppliers of food and raw mean ing British buyers can import from them at the same old British salesmen stand to gain in countries that held the government is in effect giving them a per cent subsidy to undercut their in crease their profits or a combi nation of Many prices on the Home Market will go result ing in a curtailment of devaluation see Page 9 South vietnamese now Are at Dak 270 Miles North of opposing an estimated to North North vietnamese soldiers dug in on a Hill 14 Miles South West of Dak to killed 40 Para troopers of the 173rd air borne brigade and wounded 42 in an Allday Battle the paratroopers swept the Battle Field but there was no immediate report of How Many enemy bodies they Field reports told of three clashes within 800 Yards of each the North vietnamese Broka Contact after seven hours under a heavy bombardment by fighter bombers and elsewhere in the two 4th infantry division Compa Nies fought four Miles South of Dak to and the South Viet namese reported a Victory sat urday on Hill five Miles Northeast of the Dak to the 4th division reported three infantrymen and seven North vietnamese soldiers killed and 12 americans wound the South vietnamese said their paratroopers and planes killed 390 North Viet namese regulars on Hill with the command re porting 868 enemy soldiers killed in the Dak to this brought the claimed total of communist dead to More than in the Ameri can casualties of 197 killed and 750 wounded have been report while the Battle for Hill 1416 Cost the South vietnamese 32 killed and 153 communist gunners on Sun Day shot Down five Heli but All were recovered eight engine b52 bombers went after suspected enemy positions 14 to 17 Miles Southwest of Dak near the area of the american paratroopers in four raids sunday night and the Northern wars new targets sunday were a Concrete production Plant six Miles West Northwest of Hanoi and the Thuy Phuong Barge Yard and transshipment Point one mile farther pilots said heavy ground Vietnam see Page 9 missourian Hurt critically Steve Kansas was critically injured in a one car Accident seven and on half Miles North of Carroll on Highway 71 at he was taken to Anthony Hospital where he was reported suffer ing from severe brain fractured fractured nose and severe facial employed As a me chanic by was believed to have been on a Hunting trip in the he was alone in the car at the time of the a Highway patrolman Larry investigating of said it is believed the car driven by Johnston went out of control at the Crest of a Hill and careened into a ditch and struck a farm the vehicle was the weather Iowa forecast fair West and decreasing cloudiness East monday night with Chance of Snow or rain extreme tuesday considerable cloudiness with Chance of intermittent Snow Northwest and Wes Central by lows monday night 20s 2530 High tues Day 30s 40s Carrol Northwest partly Cloudy and colder Mon Day night with lows in the increasing cloudiness and cooler tuesday with Light Snow mov ing into highs in the precipitation probability 10 per cent monday 20 to 30 per cent five Day Iowa forecast temperatures should average near Normal for the period through Normal highs 38 to Normal lows 23 to minor Day to Day changes sex Little or no precipitation the weather in Carroll Dally temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public service company yesterdays High yesterdays Low at 7 at 10 weather a year temperature readings ranged from a High of 52 to a Low of 27 degrees a year ago today in

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