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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 2, 1966, Mason City, Iowa Claim has for Nd on UNITED NATIONS NY The United States was report ed Wednesday to have lined up enough votes toget a fulldress debate in the UN Security Councilon the war in Viet Nam Diplomatic sources said Jor danian delegate Waleed Sadi got instructions from his gov ernment to vole with the United States in favor of putting the question on the councils agen da That meant the Americans had the nine votes necessary to win on its request that the 15 nation council consider the sit uation in Viet Nam Eight other council members had already announced they would vote for a debate including the Soviet Union and made known that they would vole against Even if the proposal goes up for debate opposition led by the Soviet Union and France virtu ally killed any chance of the United States getting the council to take a hand in Viet Nam peace settlement The bigpower veto does not apply to procedural questions such as putting items on the agenda But it does apply to substantive proposals such as setting up a peuce parley About all the United States can hope for is a chance to air ils peace efforts before the council and try to lay the blame for failure of those efforts at the door of the Communists US Ambassador Arthur J Goldberg has introduced areso lution calling en the council to arrange discussions with inter ested governments on holding a conference that could lead to peace in Viet Nam and all Southeast Asia Soviet reaction to Goldbergs opening appeal Tuesday made plain that the US proposal would run into a Soviet veto even if it mustered the nine af firmative votes needed for adoption Goldberg called on lie council lo help open a new way to peace He defended the resump tion of US bombing of North Viet Nam as the only course open because Hanois refusal to respond to US peace over lures He proposed that repre sentatives of both North and South Viet Nam be invited to lake part in council delibera tions What is at slake here is not the United States position Goldberg said We have brought the matter lo the council What is at slake is How will the world judge the council if it refuses even to con sider that problem which public opinion almost everywhere con siders to be the most serious threat to peace now confronting mankind Soviet Ambassador Nikolai T Fedorenko said that Goldberg was staging a propaganda show which he said made clear that the United States had not yet begun to think of a genuine Viet Nam settlement French Ambassador Roger Seydoux supported Fedorenkos stand He said putting Viet Nam on the council agenda would achieve nothing since Red Chi na Norlh Viet Nam and Soulh Viet Nam of the United Nations Both Red China and North Viet Nam warned that they would regard as null and void any Viet Nam resolution ap proved by the council Hanoi declared that the 1964 Geneva Conference which ended the French Indochina war and divided Viet Nam was the only competent body to arrange peace The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION H One MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2 1944 Full Lease Wlrei VOL 105 No 304 Red loss 1100 men Photptax WINTER WARMUP Passersby fighting deep snow in Columbus Wednesday found some nonwintry window dressing in a downtown store The sudden snow from five to 10 inches over cen tral and southern Ohio caught the window dum mies between seasons being changed from winter to spring attire Shadows seen by groundhogs PHILADELPHIAw Despite the cold and falling snow Pennsylvanias weather predicting groundhogs saw their shadows this morning meaning six more weeks of winter oil servers of these traditional forecasters said At Quarryville in southcentral Pennsyl vania members of the Slumbering Groundhog Lodge wearing traditional white night shirts and black top hats said the ground hog came out of a snowencrusted hole at and saw his shadow At Gobblers Knob in western Pennsyl vania members of the Punxsutawney Ground hog Club said Punxsutawney Phil their fore caster came out at sunrise saw his shadow and disappeared back into his burrow Each group claims its groundhog is the original but the forecasts never differ Ohio Illinois hit by big snowstorm Br THE ASSOCIATKI PRESS A Groundhog Day snowslorm draped a while blanket over an arear from Illinois lo Ohio Wed nesday while belowzero weath er extended from Ihe Dakotas into Iowa and Kansas The groundhog saw his shad ow which according to tradi tion means six more weeks of winter The storm covered Cincinnat with 13 inches of snow and let Belleville 111 with a 12inch cover Dayton Ohio measured Another sub zero morning Mason Cily had another sub zero morning Wednesday Globe Gazelle inslrumcnls in southeas Mason Cily and KGLOTV in slruments in midtown agree on 3 at 8 am and 3 for Ih nighls minimum The Masn City Municipal Airporls inslru menls recorded 4 al 8 am an 4 for the nighls minimum North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair Wednesday night Partly cloudy Thursday Not much temperature change Thursday 1016 Lows Wednesday night lero to I below Weather details on Page 2 inches and Evansville Ind ol 9 Clear cokl weather extended ver the Plains this morning he mercury dropped to 16 be zero in Grant Forks ND 7 below in Intcrnalional Falls linn and 6 below in Hutchin on Kan High altitude winds early Wod esday caused Ihe poslpone ncnl of Ihe launching at Cape Kennedy Fla of Ihe worlds irsl opcralional weather satel ite Deaths attributable to Ihe se cre weather across the nation he lasl few days reached 157 ncluding 47 persons who died fires and healing accidents New York State Wednesday ns plowing oul from beneath Ihe weekend snowslorm The Critics of policy defeated Senate wont allow attacks WASHINGTON Critics lost a fight in the Senate Wed nesday to reopen before the For eign Relations Committee then attacks on administration policy in Viet Nam Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen of Illinois blocked a request by chairman J W Ful bright DArk that the com mittee be excepted from the rule which prevents all except the appropriations group from meeting while the Senate is in session Fulbright who opposed Pres ident Johnsons decision lo re sume North Viel Nam bombing said he had been urged by ad ministration officials to speed up consideration of an authori zation bill for additional eco nomic assistant to Viet Nam After being balked at every turn Fulbright offered a motion to let the committee meet dur ing Fridays session of the Sen ate Thiswas killed 52 to 31 on a roll call vole Fulbright then said he will call Ihe group together Thursday lo decide whether to hold early morning or night sessions Dirksen said he was insisting on enforcement of the rule as part of his cfforl lo prevenl a vote on a Housepassed bill which would eliminate Ihe au thority of stales to ban the un ion shop He said the commil tees could mcel if Democralic Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon lana would withdraw his motion to take up the bill No one menlioncd lhal some commillees are holding sessions in the early hours before the Senate convenes at 9 am CST Mansfield took the floor to urge that no time be losl in considering what he described as a proposal by North Viet Nam lo take the question of peace negotialions lo a recon vened Geneva Conference Fulbright joined Mansfield Wednesday in urging the admin istration to accept whal Ihcy in lerpreted as a willingness of Ha noi and Peking to reopen the 1954 Geneva Conference They were supported by Sens Alberl Gore DTcnn and Joseph S Ciark DGa both members of Relations Commit Briggs Transportation Co Mason City Industrial Park Highway 106 State Brand Creameries Masher drive termed bloody SAIGON South Viet Nam losses were reckoned Wednesday at more than 1100 killed or captured in Operation Masher the big Allied drive in the central coastal plains US military spokesmen re ported They called it one of the bloodiest fights of the Vietnamese war US fighterbombers continued the renewed air war against North Viet Nam for the third consecutive clay hitting mainly at bridges railroad tracks truck envoys and storage areas Occupant number two The Mason City Industrial Park owned by the Mason City Development Associationhas a second tenant Chemco Inc which sells janitorial sup plies is moving from 16 6th SW to the industrial park as soon as a building can be erected The dotted line show the tract purchased by Chemco It adjoins the acres occupied by the new Briggs Transportation terminal The solid black line outlines the industrial park See story on Page 25 Inside The Globe Society news 67 Clear Lake news 8 North Iowa news 1011 Sports 1516 Bowling news 17 Editorials v 21 Latest markets 24 Mason City news 2425 Pope plans peace moves VATICAN CITY Pope Paul VI was reported Wednes day considering dramatic new Suggest global education plan Prepares for jump of 23 miles BULLETIN ESTHERVILLE P r r chute jumper Nick Piantani das attempt to set a new free fall record from a balloon fizzled Wednesday when couldnt get out of the gon dola more than 120000 feet in the air Project director Ed Yost said Piantanida found couldnt get the oxygen sys tem unplugged so that could jump The gondola was detached from the balloon and Pian tanida rode in it as it para chuted to earth SIOUX FALLS SD AP Parachutist Nick Piantanida got off the ground shortly after noon Wednesday h o p i ng his balloon will carry him 23 miles up for anassault on a record parachute jump Fog finally lifted in late morn ng and the five million cubic weather again ham pered assessment of dam age Jets from 7th Fleet carriers lew 20combat missions and Air Force planes hit Ben Thuy the port on the SouthChinaSea for the city of Vinh 160 miles south of Hanoi for the second day in a row spokesmen said US air cavalrymen South Vietnamese paratroopers and South Koreans carriedOpera tion Masher into theninth day in a 13milesquare battleground around Bong Son 290 miles northeast of Saigon Spokesmen said the Allied troops found several hundred more enemy bodies The spokesmen said the Com munist toll hasbeen established as 695 killed 102 captured and 437 suspects detained Three fourths of the latter have been identified as Viet Cong they said Fighting however tapered off into only an occasional fire to try to end the Vie even mak new peace trip outside stales major Irafic reopened in the morning after being partly or fully closed since 5 pm Sun dny from Albany to Buffalo and the Pennsylvania stale line But a few exils on Ihe 350mile route still were blocked A comparatively light snow all was a welcome relief to snowbattered Maryland afte Ihrcc days of coping wilh th aftermath of a blizzard But a emergency silualion still pre vailed in some areas as drift up to 15 feel isolated rural res dents Virginia hard hit by snow slccl and rain continued a massive digging nut operalion Wednesday Ihe Foreign lee Fulbright and Sen George D Aiken RVt dean of Senate Republicans and also a Foreign Relations commiltecman gave backing in advance to Mans fields Geneva Conference pro osal Fulbright urged the same lan Tuesday and Aikcn joined lim steps Nam ing a Italy Sources said thesenew s could include another series o public appeals lo leaders of Ih involved nalions and accelcr atcd diplomatic contacts The sources said they did no exclude Ihe Pope might go t Genoa or wherever else be fe his intervention mighl help em the conflict Pope Paul has pledged him self lo serve wherever and how ever he can to resolve con flicls He made an unpreca denied peace pilgrimage to Ih jUnitcrl Nations Oct 4 WASHINGTON AP P res dent Johnson asked Congress Vednesday lo authorize mil on for expanded programs lo sromolc education and heallh on global scale He challenged all nalions ricnd and foe alike lo join his bailie n the education field the Presidenl called for strength ened inlernalional cooperalion to promole learning expanded exchanges of students and eachcrs and concrete steps lo build and staff schools abroad One innovation would be a Peace Corpsinrcvcrse with 5000 volunlecrs from o I h e r countries lo be enlisled lo leach in the United Slates and serve in community programs along side the American volunleers of Ihe antipoverty program As for heallh Johnson pro posed crealion of an interna tional career service in health fields including the assign ment of health experts to diplo matic missions And he called for training more manpower to meet the health needs of devel oping nations programs to com bat hunger and disease and cooperation in solving problems of overpopulation which he said threalen Ihe dignily of Ihe in LBJ asks Congress for million dividual and the sanctity of Ihe family Johnson fixed as goals the eradication of maHria within 1C years from the Weslern Hemis phcre and parls of Africa Asia and Ihe Near Easl elimination of smallpox Ihroughout Ih world by 1075 and vaccination programs lo reduce Ihe haz ards of measles The Prcsidenls heallheduca Miller hands tied DES MOINES can troops in Viet Nam arc fighting wilh one hand lied be hind Ihcir backs because US planes are not bombing the tar gets advised by military lead ers Sen Jack Miller RIowa said Wednesday He told a newsconference lhat if we have adequate air and sea power we should use it lo impede logistics flow from Ihe north Miller just back from a tour of Viel Nam and Ihe Far East said he called a news confer ence lo report on his Irip Bui Miller who has all bul announced lhat he will be a can didale for reelection Ihis year declined lo make it official He said he did not want to discuss polilics at Ihis lime Miller said he disagreed with the conclusion of Senate Major ity Leader Mike Mansfield D Mnnl lhal il will be an open cm war in Viel Nam He addcri however lhal if we do nol use our power effec tively it can be an open propo silion and a long and cosily war He said Ihe linked Stales will have lo send at least 100000 more men lo Viet Nam before the fighting can be ended Miller told lowans not lo ex pect the same kind of victory achieved after World War II ion package was in a sense a rab bag of old and new pro rams all of which he said dc emphasis fight and US B52s from Guam lashed the western borders of the battle zone to cut off any Communist retreal toward Cambodia Commenting on find freed al crve eilher grealer r a Irial run Urging Congress In pass his proposed Inlernational Hcalll ncl Inlernalional Educalion acls swiftly Johnson said Ih nalional interest warrants i and the work of peace de mands il f the oneyear cost of million Johnson said mil ion would he funded Ihrough the foreign aid program million in Ihe Dcparlment of Health Education and Welfare million in the Peace Corps and million in the cultural and education programs of Ihe Slate Department In the education scgmenl of his message Johnson directed the creation of a center for ed ucational cooperation in the Heallh Education and Welfare Department appointment of a Council on Inlernalional Educa tion establishment of a Corps of Education Officers within the Foreign Service stimula lion of new courses in inlerna lional studies in American schools awarding of incentive grants lo small American col leges so Ihcy can parlicipalc in international projects and a pro gram of grants lo aid American institutions having centers of bol balloon was pm Piantanida plans to climb 23 niles before leaping from Ihe gondola in a 22mile free fall He expecls lo surpass the speed of sound during the 4Vminute fall before pulling his parachule open The temperature which was below zero in early morning rose lo 6 above by of Communist victims a US proves spokesman said It NICK PIANTANIDA To big take step international training Johnson noted research and lhat some American colleges already have partnership arrangements wilh institutions abroad that range from aid in conslruction lo pro visions of books equipment and teachers thereport was thai skies were clear over norlhweslcrn Pianlanidas jump area Ed Yost spokesman for Ra van Industries which manufac tured the balloon said it might drift over Algona Iowa before Piantanida leaps Algona is aboul 130 miles casl of Sioux Falls and some 30 miles south east of Eslhcrvillc Iowawhere Piantanida originally planned to make his jump The flight had been scheduled for Tuesday bul was poslponed because of cloudiness and winds Piananida hopes to maneuver his body while plummetling to ward earth breaking the speed of sound before being slowed by the heavier almosphere near Ihe ground The abilily lo maneuver is iu Icndcd to show how pilols wil be able lo descend from high alliludcs without the aid of stabilizing devices Such devices designed lo prevent the chutist from enter ing a blackoutinducing spin they are no longer able to get their bodies out as they used to do No report was made of Allied losses in the operation which began lasl Tuesday but they were believed light However a US military spokesman announced that the number of Americans killed missing or captured in Viet Nam last week was more lhan triple lhat of the week before The spokesman said 57 Amer icans were killed in action ll were missing or captured and 281 were wounded The figures for the week that ended Jan 22 were 21 killed 193 wounded and missing Viet Cong losses were put at a killed and 224 captured while a Vietnamese spokesman said government losses were 127 killed and 52 missing Viet Cong losses the week be fore had been reported as 408 killed and 56 captured while the government reported 209 of ils men killed and 185 missing American officials did not re port any plane losses on the hird day of attacks against the Communist North since the 37 day bombing pause But a US Marine F8 Crusad er jet crashed south of Quang Mgai 330 miles northeast of Saigon while on a bombing run in support of the Leathernecks Operation Double Eagle Meant Traffic Deilh in 31 Honri ;