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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1965, Mason City, Iowa The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors Edition VOL IN MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11 IMS UOc Consim of Two Associated Presi Full Lenta Wlrei No 182 Viet Cong trapped by air strikes By EDWIN Q WHITE South Viet Nam US planes raided the headquarters of a Viet Cong regiment in the Mekong Delta Saturday US military sources said They estimated that be tween 1000 and 2000 Commu nists may be trapped by the air strikes Associated Press photogra pher Horst Paas flew over the area in Chuong Thien Province 150 miles southwest of Saigon He reported that escape routes leading from the headquarters appeared to be cut off Faas said the bombings laid open wide areas of thick brush and jungle and disclosed Viet Cong bunkers By nightfall US aircraft had made nearly 100 strikes against the position despite 30 milean hour winds and low hanging clouds It was believed the guer rillas suffered heavy losses US advisers said the regi ment was believed to be com posed of at least one hardcore Viet Cong battalion which US aircraft and government troops have been seeking for weeks Earlier US Army helicop ters assaulted 100 guerrillas be lieved part of the Viet Cong force but government soldiers were not landed to engage the Communists because of heavy rains In another action South Viet namese troops killed 104 Com munist guerrillas in a big oper ation this week involving sever al thousand troops in a coastal province a US military spokesman said US Marines joined the ac tion Friday in Quang Nam Prov ince but fighting has slackened off and no major contact has been reported since midweek The Marines airlifted into the area after winding up a major sweep on the Batangan peninsula that reportedly lulled 198 Viet Cong In a series of raids by Viet Cong in Long Khanh Province about 40 miles east of Saigon the guerrillas inflicted moderate casualties on the defenders of one outpost as it was overrun but government troops retook it without engaging the Viet Cong US sources said Heavy government air strikes and artillery shelling were or dered against an estimated 100 Viet Cong entrenched in the Mekong Delta area near Soc Trang about 100 miles south east of Saigon To charge 2 juveniles at Osage OSAGE Charges are to be filed in criminal court here against two juveniles Michael S Bankes Manly and Douglas E Snyder Route 2 Mason City both 17 The youths appeared before Judge B C Suliivan of Rock ford in juvenile court here Fri day on charges of larceny in the nighttime Judge Suliivan re quested Mitchell County At torney Keith McKinley to file the criminal charge and to hold them for a trial by jury They were arrested Thursday night by Mitchell County Sher iff Richard Jahnel for theft of three beer kegs and four cases of pop bottles from a tavern in Osage With them was Richard Carl son 27 Mason City He ap peared before Justice of the Peace Clayton Olson Thursday night Carlson was bound over to district court on a charge of larceny in the nighttime Bond was set at Carlson now is being held in Mitchell County jail for 30 days on a reckless driving charge While being arrested he tried to elude the sheriff and had to be chased at high speeds through town will serve the 30day sentence before being allowed to post bond on the larceny charge North Iowa Weather outlook A warmer Saturday night and Sunday and thunder showers over 40 per cent of the area Sunday Weather details on page 2 NEW ORLEANS La AP A little Dunkirk rescue fleet ranging from primitive bayou pirogues to helicopters prowled through the night in a mercy mission on flooclwaters from Hurricane Betsy President Johnson saw the flood scene Friday in a twohour tour of the harshly damaged ity He then declared southern Louisiana a major disaster area The President flew from Washington to make a personal inspection of New Orleans the sector hardest hit by the hurri cane which may have brought this carnival city its severest natural disaster By ROBERT D CLARK MIAMI Fla AP The Do minican Republics major mili ary nemesis of Reds vows he isnt through fighting them even though exiled to a consular post They havent knocked me out yet barrelchested Brig Gen Elias Wessin y Wessin 42 told newsmen after a USf Air Force plane flew him from Pa nama to Miami Friday night I will serve in the post of general consul in Miami but in Paratroopers into India LB J declares disaster area in S Louisiana The rescue operation by hundreds of craft had already brought out an estimated 30000 people police said At least an other 10000 were still in the in undated area some perched on rooftops the only high points available As communications were re paired and flood waters ebbed the death toll of the storm rose to 34 in Louisiana Arkansas Mississippi and Florida Still to be counted was the loss to property and crops from Betsys winds and floods Agri culture officials estimated the cost to the important cotton rice and sugar cane crops alone at to 40 million or more Vows to continue combating Reds The vast offshore oil and gas properties unmanned ahead of he storm remained to be in spected for damage There will be a lot more bodies out there said Officer GJ Le Blanc Jr of the city police He was referring to a 30 square mile area south of the city along the east bank of the Mississippi River It was flood ed by up to 15 feet of water when a levee broke shortly after the full force of the hurricane struck the city just before mid night Thursday Rescue officials called for mall boat owners to aid in the Hundreds responded as others had when an amateur lotilla saved the trapped Brit ish army in France in 1940 The military has supplied helicop ters amphibious ducks and Guard cutters IDPA names officers at Marshalltown MARSHALLTOWN AP Robert H OBrien publisher of he Council Bluffs Nonpareil is he new president of the Iowa Daily Press Association OBrien was elected Friday night to succeed Hollis Nordykc ROBERT OBRIEN IDPA president publisher of the Ames Tribune Oaie E Carrell publisher of the Keokuk Gate City was elected vice president New directors elected are E Shaw publisher of the New ton News C L Walling busi ness manager of the Oskaloosa Herald Robert Evans copub lisher of the Clinton Herald Ray N Rorick publisher of the Mason City GlobeGazette and Joseph F Hladky publisher of the Cedar Rapids Gazette the meantime we are not fin ished with the Communists in the Dominican Republic So I cant be happy The general said flatly in Mi ami that his ouster was a vic tory for the Communists The controversial career solr diers flight toJMiami was the last leg of a speedy exodus or dered for him by officials of the regime of provisional President Hector GarciaGodoy Officers rushed the stocky 5 foot7 general in rumpled fa tigues Thursday night from his home to a plane that took him to the Panama Canal Zone Newsmen were not permitted to interview him there They got their first glimpse of Wessin y Wessin when he stepped out of customs at Miami International airport carrying one suitcase and a spare suit over his arm Wessin Y Wessin who fought vigorously in early stages of the April rebellion declined to an swer questions about the present Dominican administra tion and internal politics He exchanged the traditional Latin hugandhandshake with incumbent consul Alberto Arbe lo and asked Where is my family Arbelo told his longtime per sonal friend that Mrs Wessin y Wessin 34 and their three sons aged 2 to 9 hadnt reached Mi ami yet Wessin y Wessin went to the consulate on fashionable Brickell Ave to spend the night Michener in hospital after heart attack DOYLESTOWN Pa AP James A Michener the Pulitz erPrize winning author suf fered a heart attack Friday and was taken to a hospital here Michener in his late 50s has a farm home near here His doctor Charles Bermeister said Saturday thta Michener is in satisfactory condition Outboards towed strings of rowboats crowded with flood victims One of them tipped over drowning two children Le Blanc said An unconfirmed re port said a National Guardsman was missing in a mishap involv ing an amphibious vehicle Buses police cars even the police horse van were pressec into service bringing the refu gees to high schools and the Mu nicipal Auditoriums in the city There were 5000 in the auditor um sleeping on cots lining up for Red Cross emergency food looking for members of their families One evacuee told of an elderly couple in wheel chairs trappec by the rising water He last saw them as the water reached their chins Another who couldnt swim looked on helplessly as the foaming water from the storm Inched over a pickup truck Four young children in it climbed as high as they could then were seen no more King favors admitting Red China UNITED NATIONS NY AP Dr Martin Luther King Jr says he favors UN mem bership for Communist China He also urged a halt in US bombing of North Viet Nam At a news conference Friday following fruitful and amica ble talks with US Ambassa dor Arthur Goldberg King ad mitted concern over recent bel ligerent statements by Peking but urged a reversal of previous US policy against admitting Red China to the United Na tions King also indicated he thought that bombing North Viet Nam was not the way to establish a basis for peace negotiations He called for an unequivocal anc unambiguous statement of US willingness to negotiate with the Viet Cong FREEDOM REMEMBERED Ten years of freedom arent easily forgotten bySpunky a rhesus mon key The animal escaped captivity while beintf delivered to a pharma ceutical research firm near Jmlian Photofax apolis and survived 10 cold Indiana winters in thewilcl Shes shown here voicing her distaste for her new quarters a cage at the Indianapolis Zoo TRESS TRIMMING Tom Weisser 17 Bismarck N D was told Get a haircut or its no school for you so Tom is shown here be fore and after his 11inchlong locks Photofax were trimmed It was the first trim ming in years I think kids are growing long hair because it is a simple arid harmless means of defy ing convention he said To make all state purchases public COUNCIL BLUFFS AP The State Board of Regents ap parently will order its institu tions to furnish public informa tion on all their purchases Some of the institutions have accepted what their business agents called confidential dis counts which they said were made to get around fair trade or rade association price restric ions Board Member Melvin Wolf of Waterloo opened the discussion last month with a report that some unsuccessful bidders had complained the institutions would not tell them the name of he successful bidder or the amount of the bid on some items At its meeting here Thursday and Friday the board discussec the matter three times ant asked the institutions to make recommendations for study a another meeting Four of the nine board mem Ders volunteered their feelings hat the price information must je public William B Quarton of Cedar Rapids board member said If we want a public policy it will cost us money because of an end to secret discounts But I am for it I dont see how the Board of Regents can adopt any other policy Agreement was voiced by oard members Jonathan Rich ards of Red Oak Frank Louden Democrats to express choices in primaries DES MOINES Iowa Democrats have agreed on a compromise plan under which iheparty could express prefer ence for certain candidates seek ing nomination to office in pri mary elections It could done through the polling of delegates at pre primary conventions The plan announced Friday afler a meeting at Democratic state headquarters resolves an interparty dispute which arose when State Chairman Lex Hawk ins recently proposed that the organization support one candi date for each office in the pri mary That was opposed by Gov Harold Hughes who said it would take nominations away from rank and file Democrats State headquarters said Hawk Say Manville is too ill to testify NEW YORK AP Two physicians say multimillionaire Tommy Manville is too ill to teslify about his marital status The New York State Supreme Court Friday ordered a medical examination for Manville 72 who is being sued by one of his many exwives Anita Roddy Eden She is asking the court to declare her his legal wife Two doctors submitted affi davits to back up the contention of Manvilles llth Christina that he is too sick to testify JORDAN DIES HOLLYWOOD AP Bobby Jordan 42 one of the movies popular Dead End Kids died Friday The former juvenile film star played the part of the longhaired Angel in the Dead End Kids series ns Hughes and other leaders agreed on the new plan The compromise permits but does not require polls of dele gates to the state district and county Democratic conventions Such polls have long been per mitted but have been strictly in formal Under the new procedure rules are set out for conducting a poll at a preprimary convention In a case where there arc multiple candidates for one nomination any candidate who gets onethird or more votes of the delegates would get party help in arranging meetings and putting out campaign informa tion but no financial aid If there are two or more can didates for an office and one is backed by twothirds of the dele gates he would get the party upporl Democratic headquarters said the plan was unanimously ap proved by Gov Hughes Chair man Hawkins state Democratic officeholders and the six Demo cratic congressmen It will be submitted to the partys state convention next year and if approved there il would apply to all offices from the top of the ticket down Hawkins said the principal reason for revising party pro cedure was that the 1965 legisla ture changed the date for pri mary elections from June to September There have been in stances where a half dozen can didates for one office ran in the primary and none received the required 35 per cent to win the nomination The nomination then went to a postprimary con vention The time between a primary in September and a general elec tion in November is too short to permit nominations by conven tion party spokesmen said of Fairfield and Mrs Josei Rosenfield of Des Moincs The board approved appoin ment of Dr Donald J Galagan 51 as dean of the University o Iowa College of Dentistry Galagan born in Buffalo Ccn ter now is chief of the US Pub ic Health Services denta icalth division He joins the un versity faculty next January an on July 1 will become dean o he dentistry college to succec George Easton who is re tiring The board authorized the Un versity of Iowa establish school of library science It las schools of art journalism music religion and social work Nov 17 at 11 am tentativel was set as the date to open bid on bond issues totaling 000 for housing projects at tin Jniversity of Iowa and Stat College of Iowa Stanley Engineering Co o tfuscatine was awarded a con ract for engineering service or installation of a new steam boiler at the university powe plant in Iowa City The legislature appropriatec 1933000 for the project Stanle Engineering will be paid on a hourly basis with a maximum ce of The regents were told lhat th Board in Control of Athletics a owa recently awarded con racts to complete a rcmodelin of the university fieldhousc They included Burger Con struction Co Iowa City For renovation of the lobby an draining room areas Paulso Electric Co Cedar Rapids 340 for electrical work and Un versal Climate Control low ity for mechanica work The board approved a pre iminary budget of t build and help equip an anima reproduction laboratory at low State University Half the mon ey will come from a corpora tion formed lo distribute seed and other products developed a the university and he othc half comes from a federal gran Inside The Globe Business news Editorials 4 Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Society news f Sports news 9l Comics 11 Church news 121 Clear Lake news T Classified pages 14 North Iowa news 14 Strike routes close to Tibet NEW DELHI India UP India said Saturday ome oC its strategic airports and supply routes near ihineseruled Tibet were attacked by Pakistani jets nd that hundreds of Pakistani paratroopers have anded The government radio reported three Pakistani ir strikes against the airport at Guahati a major com innications center in the 1 O A I 13 Amish fined for second time IIAZELTON Ml Charges vcre dropped against one of 14 fathers but 13 others vcre fined for the second lime riday for violating Iowas chool laws Buchanan County Attorney larlan Lemon said the case vas dismissed against Uriah chwarlz who agreed to senc lis children to a statecertifiec chool beginning Monday Justice of the Peace Minnie Wengert levied fines and costs of against the other 13 whc vere assessed the same penal MS in their first appearance be ore her Thursday The Amish have refused t fines but the court recon s sent to District Court whic has power to place liens agains the farmers properties Lemon has expressed hop that eventually agreement ca be reached with the member of the religious sect to hav statecertified teachers for the two private schools or to sen their children to public schools However the Amish were tol again Friday that charges woul be filed daily until they compl with the school laws Monday i ihe next day for which charge could be brought Santa Fe workers on strike CHICAGO AP A surprise strike by switchmen and brake men halted freight service across wide areas of the Sant Fe Railway Cos lines Saturday a company spokesman said He said the strike started a midnight without notice to the railroad and involved switch nen and brakemen on freigh trains from Purcell Okla northward to Chicago and fron Albuquerque NM eastward tc Chicago The strike reportedly called by Charles Luna of Cleveland of the Brotherhood o Railroad Trainmen interruptec ome passenger service A Santa Fe spokesman sau the company had not immedi atcly decided if new passenge trains would be started He sail supervisory personnel would b called into service to take pas senger trains to their dcstina lions SHED A TEAR FOR SUM MER GONE day of kindergarten finds fiveyear old Fred clinging to his mothers arm and appre hensively facing the world of learning with its disciplines He sheds a tear for carefree world of summer play that is now endl ilrich eastern state of As im a n d a supply center or units guarding the with Red China Three unsuccessful enemy air aids also were reported on a tal bridge across the wide rahmaputra River at Pandu he Bridge is used to reinforce roops in the northwest frontier rea where Peking attacked in 962 The government radio laimed at midday that the In ians had pushed back a Pakis ani counterattack on the west rn front near the Indian city of ierozepore destroying 12 tanks and capturing 15 This raised to 189 the number if tank kills claimed by India which acknowledges losing 35 of ts own New Delhi announced Friday lhat Indian troops had with drawn in the area under heavy Pakistani attack Defense Min ister Y B Chavan had in formed Parliament that Pakis tani shells had fallen in Fero zepore 10 miles inside the bor der Fierce fighting was under way in West Pakistans north ern sector Indian radio said No indication of who was winning was given and an official spokesman declined to comment before a briefing scheduled la ler in the day Officials in New Delhi an nounced that UN Secretary General U Thant was not ex acted here until Sunday morn ng on the second leg of his peace mission to the wartorn iubcontinent Thant left Rawalpindi the capital Saturday after wo days of apparently fruitless alks with officials there He met with Pakistani President Mohammed Ayub Khan and Minister ZA Bhutto Thant told newsmen at the airport he could not comment on his talks before meeting In dian government leaders Thants visit is like a Boy icout blowing his whistle weet tweet and telling us to e good said a qualified Pak stani source in Rawalpindi We have been good long enough and now we must fight Official sources hinted Pakis an was standing firm on Us position that there must be a plebiscite in the divided state of Kashmir cause of the outbreak of fighting last week Pakistan believes most Kashmiris would vote to join Pakistan British protest demand of Arab United Republic LONDON AP Britain has protested a United Arab Repub ic demand that the British mili ary attache in Cairo leave by Sept 21 diplomatic sources said Saturday The demand that Brig H J Bartholomew be removed is a reprisal for Britains ouster of his London counterpart Sept 6 sources said Britain requested the removal of Gen Abdcl Tawab Ahmad ilodcib military attache in the United Arab Republics London embassy after ho was linked with the trial of a British ser geant convicted of spying for Middle East countries SAMC HUck In J4 ;