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Manitowoc Herald Times (Newspaper) - January 15, 1966, Manitowoc, Wisconsin MANITOWOC Vol 82 Second Class postage paid at Manitowoc Wis MANITOWOC WIS SATURDAY JAN 15 1966 Published daily except Sundays and days at 702 Franklin St Manitowoc Wis 54221 Price Ten Cents Moro Offers LBJ Support in Peace Bid ROME AP Italian Pre- mier Aldo Moro bolstered by i vote in the Chamber of Deputies was expected press ahead today with efforts to help end the Viet Nam war Moro won the vote by 325 to 154 well above the 240 votes needed He closed the two-day debate with a speech supporting President Johnson's diplomatic offensive to get Viet Nam peace talks started We have encouraged the American government above all in that vigorous and sincere peace initiative which began with the Christmas truce and the indefinite suspension of bombing in North Viet Moro said Recommends Patience The premier added that in this particularly decisive ment of the Viet Nam crisis Italy was trying to help on three peace Recommending to its allies for the U.S position n Viet Nam Understanding signifies ural respect dutiful attention Coward the greatest of our allied he said But he added the spirit of friendship and an objective con- sideration of realities have not stopped us from encouraging the American government to moderation and prudence in a way that there be controlled a difficult and painful and situation Moro said his was following President son's Viet Nam diplomatic of- fensive with trust and full vor During the debate Fanfani defended his position in two con- events that led up to his resignation Fanfani Explains As General Assembly president Fanfani passed on to the White House last November and friends patience and a will a report from his friend former m IT T est in sions The to negotiate Asking nations to be helpful mediators Suggesting to Communist countries that they show inter- overcoming world confidence motion proved not only Moro's Viet Nam policy but also the way he took on the additional job of for- eign minister Moro assumed the role Dec 29 when Amintore Fanfani quit in the wake of criticism for his part in a Hanoi mission Italian Communists and extreme leftists had tried to build the switchover into a sis but the confidence vote punctured their efforts Understanding The motion supporting Moro was carried by four government coalition parties the Christian Democrats Socialists cratic Socialists and cans Moro emphasized that his government had an under- Florence Mayor Giorgio La Pira that Hanoi was willing to negotiate peace North Viet Nam denied it after the report got into print A rightist Italian magazine reported that La Pira criticized U.S and Italian leaders during a party at Fanfani's house in December La Pira later said he had been jesting Fanfani quit as foreign ter after he was accused of trying to stir up an Italian crisis and of sharing La views Fanfani that I was acting I had to said Friday with our greatest allies in the study of the Viet Nam problem without sharing judgments like those that have been ed CONFIRM K Firestone and Mrs Stuart Heatley of San Francisco pose at his Feeble Beach Calif home after confirmation they plan to be married at nearby Carmel hi March He was target of kidnap plot which went awry Thursday AP Wirephoto Tipster One of Two Slain in Kidnap Try Rusk Harriman Meet With South Viet Nam's Top Men Contact Sukarno Two Nigerian Leaders Killed in Army Coup Two Premiers Assassinated Report Says LONDON AP An army coup in Nigeria overturned the federal government and ed in the killing of two of the country's regional premiers re- ports reaching London said night i they should support The unconfirmed reports his Cabinet Explosion Job Offer Has Rocks Utility Solve Crisis or Get Shot at Madlson SINGAPORE AP on higher he told MADISON AP A gas ex- dent Sukarno said today Cabinet meeting the Cement of who could solve the present Sukarno criticized recent uni- Electric Co economic crisis would be made versity student demonstrations m the prime minister But if they against soaring food prices The s third failed they would be shot he staple rice recently more seven though four downtown no tf the Saigon Filled With Rumors of Power Play Ky Told Peace Efforts Will Not Jeopardize Him added doubled in price in a week Sukarno in a nationwide Some university stud broadcast on his nation's have called my Cabinet cal economic situation also of- ter idiots and asked them to re- to step down as president Sukarno said I have he basement if the people want him to dered all my ministers to areay on the first floor But if they still want me erate this food prices problem were shattered The utility de- and roving Ambassador W erell Harriman conferred today with South Viet Nam's top ers then met again tonight with Premier Nguyen Cao Ky at BEVERLY HILLS Calif AP A kidnap plan that wound through thickets of con- fear betrayal and death was the master plot of a man who told police of the scheme and who died as it was being carried out The kidnap philanthropist Leonard K Firestone The George H Scalla 28 and William C Bailey 44 were cut down by police the Sardauna of Sokoto premier of the northern region had been assassinated with his wife as well as Chief Samuel I la premier of the western re- gion Sir Abubakar Balewa Firestone a son of the minister was Harvey S Firestone is said to be under house arrest carefully but it is not an easy dmed tQ make aQ estimate the loss Diplomatic informants said Blast Rips Windows and Harriman sought to A firp had assure Ky that U.S peace to the economic en- an Indonesian paper recently a in sis he said anyone who could report saying that Criticizes Protests Be Patient Sukarno said he had read hi solve it in three months should needed more rice not more talk e Bar damage to the forts in Viet Nam would not his military be made prime minister j But oh God it was I who the coiner But if they cannot lower that our rice prices of food in that time be he said it that took life of a Madison I would have them shot by a was I who ordered that rice be T if T fireman Daniel Parkinson 33 firing he asserted imported It was I who Sukarno's speech delivered ed that the people eat dent of the Firestone Tire me reports indicated eu mai LUC mane j te gl Rubber Co of California a er that the coup might his palace at Bogor just out- corn instead of rice I t ben the Indonesian of the students will be and was branch of the company in been only partly successful It side the ron Ohio founded by his father was not clear just how much of Bailey father of four lived the army supported it Jakarta and with his family in an expensive sections of the army were mansion in suburban Woodland to be in conflict i Hills His attorney Albert Police were reported ber told newsmen Bailey law and order in Lagos Indonesian capital of the students will be patient ffl h dg broadcast brand us as idiots so The blast ripped eight large windows on the first the utility and sent across Passing sarcastic He said the people of about First Deputy Prime the street The street was Ity at the time E R Felber president of the sia should not think only of Minister and Third their stomachs and rice Deputy Prime Minister police trouble with the the capital in his youth but had jt was emphasized that land situation was extremely con- A nation that wants to be ul Salleh and calling them building nf c1 nnf j utility said there did not seem to be any important structural damage to weaken the four great spiritually and physically ots does not show good Indonesia should WCI t cut u j j preferred personal Thursday night as they and construction estimator fused and might change from A t fice to insensitivity Sen Douglas to Run Again Faces Percy CHICAGO AP Paul H Douglas a one-time professor of economics who for 18 years has represented Illinois in the U.S Senate has taken up the cal challenge of a former dent The student is Charles H cy defeated Republican candidate in 1964 who has shifted his sights to a ate seat Sen Douglas heard Vice ident Hubert H Humphrey tell Democrats at a plate fund-raising dinner Friday night that they must press beg wheedle persuade cajole and the Senate veteran into his fourth campaign Wants Campaign Chest Douglas who had said he Plane Plunge Takes 51 Lives 10 Survive Airliner Splits BOGOTA Colombia AP A Colombian airliner with 61 persons on board plunged into the t Firestone Capt said investigating a to hour 3 A broadcast from Lagos heard in Cotonou capital of crossed hold Beverly Hills Police Capt on John E Hankins said persons were in- mg Dahomey said the army who had gone to police X Yelin ft seized power to bring ah in fear for his life had the ransom might be as end to gangsterism and and had as be said der i was disclosed by a strange note I The proclamation was read on in Bailey's wallet the radio by a high ranking of- Firestone after the shooting ficer whose name could not ac Koan T -t ed Bailey Scalla and another person originally planned the Hankins and was went out looking for another tied in with Bailey said but I was has been made oat In a calm voice he partner got arrested a very distressing and upsetting said an end must be brought to L sent to jail Then to despotism and corruption in M- KSV i He said he was disturbed a w Bond Backers Fight Police in Rally Is coast Friday waters night off the Officials reported 51 persons were killed and 10 survived The four engine driven broke in two and its went to Los Angeles police and rear section sank in heavy seas The plane crashed about five minutes after taking off from Caribbean port of Cartagena for a flight to quilla afraid of mind that th the would try to I gena Washington also heard that didn't go through with it Bailey would kill him He said he knew Bailey would kill him after the kidnaping to shut him up It was at that time that he Polish Reds Lash Church told them of the kidnaping which the officers already knew about He went on the job with the Communist Poland has again idea that in case there was lashed out against Stefan shooting he would drop to the nal Wyszynski and other Roman WARSAW Poland AP Frogmen from the and protect Catholic officials for disa naval base vainly tried to Hankins explained cue an estimated 40 passengers trapped in the rear section of the plane About 50 Colombian boats 20 fishing vessels and a greeing with government policy Firestone 58 was told of the Let the Church conduct its kidnap plot by police and left activities which belong to house in the Communist party Chief movie of Beverly Hills law Gomulka said Friday night He stayed with friends in the U.S amphibious plane joined San area wanted a campaign war chest deposited in a bank before he committed himself and who in any event wasn't expected to make an announcement of his intentions as the Democratic candidate until next month no longer He said yes he would run if the Democratic party wants me to be its candidate The Democrats their approval Thus the thatched Douglas who will be 74 in March plunged into a race with industrialist Percy 46 who lost his first political contest to Democratic Gov Otto Kerner So far Douglas and Percy have had nothing but praise for each other Praise Each Other Charles Percy is an able and the search but rescue efforts were suspended early today due to the rough seas and the ger from sharks The airliner carried a crew of five Most of the sengers were Colombian said It was not immediately known what caused the crash attractive Douglas shortly said Sen after Percy announced his candidacy Dec 18 Whoever is the Democratic candidate will have a worthy and honorable opponent Percy who said he had en- tered the race for the health of the two-party system said of My expected nent is a man whom I know well beginning with our d e n relationship many years ago He is a man of courage and conviction He will be a strong opponent Student Batman is Jailed by FBI SEATTLE Wash AP A University of Washington dent Don Eaton got more than he bargained for when he signed up to ride around town in a Batman costume advertising a now television show He ended up being questioned for more than 40 minutes day by Federal Bureau of In- agents who jailed him after getting reports of a masked driver They were looking for a masked man who robbed a bank of more than 800 Thursday Eaton was hired by a local television state to publicize the new ABC television program Batman Stone Lake Boy Killed in Crash By Tli Associated The death of a youth in a but we demand that it tain a loyal policy toward the state if it wants to deal in tics Gomulka delivered an angry the Nigerian army had over- thrown the government but in- formation reaching the U.S cap- ital was fragmentary though Laos the Nigerian capital was reported calm About Americans live in the western region of Nigeria and none pear to have been harmed U.S sources said Moscow radio The only thing that is known is that the Nigerian army is commanded by Maj Gen ATLANTA Ga AP vent supporters of a pacifist civil rights leader denied a seat in the Georgia Legislature tled police Friday swinging picket signs pocketbooks and umbrellas But the next move was tain in support of Julian Bond a gro kept from taking his seat during the present legislative session because of his Nam stand About marchers rallied at the state Capitol Friday to hour-long attack on the of New York's transit your arithmetic are wrong i was refused his seat Monday State Faces Prospect ot More Snow Streets were cleared and walks were in tine condition Saturday while residents bathed in ment and listened to new prediction for more snow over the weekend Overnight the mercury dropped only to one degree above zero and the 24-hour high came under a bright ?un day when it equaled the Friday firemen fought a fire in a afternoon crest of 13 above i textile warehouse in Tells Lindsay Johnson Knows Facts ment The conferences came off against a background of rumors in Saigon of a possible power play by some Vietnamese who are reported to fear a sellout by Ky to the Viet Cong The rumors got a momentary boost tonight with a report that South Vietnamese troops had rolled through a police point south of the capital and refused to stop Increase Security But later an authoritative South Vietnamese informant NEW YORK AP Over the I He held Your recollection I Bond demand that Bond an officer o the Student Nonviolent Committee be sworn in The rally led by Dr Martin Luther King Jr erupted into violence when about 50 suddenly rushed state patrolmen and pummeled them with signs pocketbooks and um- Plans Uncertain James Forman SNCC executive secretary said a rally would be held at Cily Hall today but another SNCC spokesman said Friday night plans for the rally were tain In a related U.S Dist Judge Lewis R gan ruled Friday Bond's case challenging the General bly's action would be heard by a panel The federal suit however apparently will not come before the middle of next week gan said that state officials are legally allowed five days to file a reply before a hearing can be Firemen said a large lation of gas in the basement apparently was touched off by fires in boilers and an tor on a low level I to the rear of the building Wall Demolished Firemen from four companies rushing to the building found burning gas shooting from a broken three inch feeder generated no other nation which had served the boilers Itis qualified and able to decide took 40 minutes to seal off the our destiny independently of line to extinguish the blaze The damage in the basement said troops of South Viet Nam's 4th marine battalion entered the city only to increase security He did not explain why there was a need to bolster the guard in the city Earlier in the day Ky closed the second Armed Forces Day congress with a speech whatever peace moves was extensive and a 40 foot masonry wall was demolished Firemen said they were tain that it was a gas explosion our own will When Ky's speech ended Lt Gen Nguyen Van Thieu South Viet Nam's chief of state left abruptly in the middle of the plause and those who saw him but they couldn't find the he appeared agitated nal gas leak that filled the basement area Investigation was to continue today Felber said there would be no interruption in the utility's ice an Atlanta Democrat letter sent last month to the West German Catholic ops by the Polish bishops and Cardinal Wyszynski The government last weekend barred the Polish from foreign travel charging that the letter invited a discussion of the touchy border question Warsaw considers the frontier issue beyond discussion tern volleys of subway settlement may have been shooting fly between necessary to relieve the city ton and City Hall President Johnson Thursday attacked the settlement of the bus and subway strike as inflationary He said the terms exceeded the government's 3.2 per cent guideline on wages and prices Republican Mayor John V WAREHOUSE BURNS LONDON AP More than from unconscionable bondage But it was unquestionably out- side the stabilization policies Lindsay said today he would not reply to the Wirtz ment I can't say I'm surprised that the President and the labor secretary have reached a con- said the mayor I Lindsay suggested that Johnson said the mayor I two places Dr King's was not as familiar with all don't want to make any Baptist church and Atlanta because he endorsed a SNCC statement calling U.S ment in Viet Nam and said he admired the age of burners Valid Alternative The SNCC statement said civil rights work should be classed as a valid alternative to the draft The rally at the Capitol Friday originated from two places Dr King's Eben 100 persons were evacuated Wirtz was not as familiar with all the facts of this case as was Families were removed from apartments near the blaze They spent the night at a Salvation Army hostel northern Wisconsin accident has brought the state's 1966 way toll to 23 compared with 40 on this date a year ago Eugene Lindell 18 of Stone Lake was killed around 3 today when his car struck a bridge over Highway 70 in that Washburn County community He was alone in the vehicle British to Tighten Curbs on Rhodesia LONDON AP British say they'll announce pling new measures next week to crush the Rhodesian rebellion within six months They reported Friday night on plans to announce the tougher economic sanctions after Brit- ain won Commonwealth ment to avoid military action for at least six months The new penalties will step up Britain's economic attack which already includes an oil go a boycott on tobacco trade and the freezing of Rhodesian currency reserves abroad I textile warehouse Southern Wisconsin faces the during the night prospect of more snow this weekend The area is still clearing some of the 12 inches of snow that fell Wednesday and Wednesday night Snow and Rain The U.S Weather Bureau said it was likely that a storm would move into southern consin Sunday possibly not un- til Sunday night and it could be all snow all rain or rain mixed with snow Temperatures dropped early Saturday to sub-zero levels where skies cleared Green Bay had 10 below zero Superior 4 below and Madison 1 below Even zero was reported at sau Eau Claire and Park Falls La Crosse and Beloit had the highest overnight readings 11 above SI in California Maximum temperatures on Friday ranged from 26 at Lone Rock and Racine to 8 above at Superior International Falls Minn sel the national low of 12 below zero early Saturday with the high Friday of 81 a1 Santa Barbara Calif Poor Arithmetic comment It would serve no University ful purpose Dr King was at the head of The transportation crisis the three-mile march from the He was referring to W ed before dawn Thursday when university and Bond's father lard Wirtz secretary of labor the Transit Authority and the Dr Horace Mann Bond dean of who fired off a telegram to striking unions agreed on a education at the university led Lindsay Friday night saying 1 estimated at between the march from the church Efforts to reach Thieu for com- ment were unsuccessful Interesting Talks Rusk and Harriman met briefly with Thieu before they saw Ky this afternoon We had very interesting Rusk said but he de- to say what subjects were discussed The diplomatic mants said however Rusk's mission was to assure Ky that President Johnson's diplomatic effort to end the war would not pull the rug from under Ky's re- gime Rusk also met with U.S Henry Cabot Lodge and other American officials Then Rusk and Lodge were Ky's guests at a dinner at the premier's dence Ky later went to Lodge's residence where Rusk and riman are staying presumably to continue their talks At the military congress Ky hailed peace efforts and had a special word of praise for Pope Paul VI But he warned against any deals being made without the approval of his government Grateful We have accepted and are grateful for the moral and Girl 5 Beaten Raped in Home Victim's Face Unrecognizable MILWAUKEE A year-old girl was viciously en and raped in her home on Milwaukee's North Side early today as her terrified mother ran from house to house ing for help police said The attacker was still at large today Police described him as a Negro youth who wore a black scarf wound around his head turban style an olive green corduroy coat and dark pants He was about 5 feet 5 inches tall weighing 115 to 120 pounds ml ii f i i AWi OA OUU liia The victim was taken first to terial militar and economic County Emergency Hospital the where a nurse said her face he t J unrecognizable Her right we tolerate interference to our nation's at people's entire face bruised Later she was transferred to Hospital or tions are Johnson's statement million over two When the protest columns the facts in this case as I know them years is voluntary reflect ment estimates that a worker's productivity increases at 3.2 per cent a year In a news conference Friday Lindsay said Dr Nathan singer chairman of the KILLED ON Bailey left 40 and George Scalla right 28 were shot to death by police when they attempted to kidnap industrialist Leonard K at his Beverly Hills Calif home in Beverly Hills Calif police re- ported AP Wirephoto Top Government economists converged at the Capitol Dr King mounted a truck bed and told the cheering crowd there the wage increase in the was no justification for the package at 4.5 to 4.6 per cent a House action year in excess of the 3.2 It is both amusing and ironic cent guidelines These to hear the state legislature to posts the observance of which day talk so reverently about Turn to Page Col According to police the girl's Declaring ran to B fe Communist eral homes seeking help and K said his war c b t h finally returned home with a SQm man she located in a avern and as this the They found the child still in a will be f democra blood stained bed her night which he said is the gown torn her face battered that can dest and the upper part of her body J cut and torn Police had ar- He thaf rived at the home a few cratic will be held in utes earlier but the attacker I The Weather Considerable cloudiness at was gone The armed forces have More than 20 patrolmen not the n detectives searched through the tention of clinging to lt but to night for the girl's attacker j VI tion panel that worked out the extreme no settlement now feels that the ant temperature changes Low agreement will represent a 3.6 per cent increase Earlier singer had said he did not be- lieve it would exceed the posts chance of light snow westi Sunday cloudy chance MOWS Down 20 northeast zero to 10 above west and south Highs Sunday north south Northeast winds 1S create the necessary conditions for setting up a genuine he said Thanks Friends Ky said his government planned to create a democracy building council after the lunar Marching Soldiers LISBON Portugal AP Twenty soldiers on a night march were mowed down by Year which will hold semi- car on the nars throughout the on Lindsay said Secretary Wirtz f and on Sun had been helpful and was iar with every step of the But he said it was not the secretary's role to 4 4 Saturday 3 I way Friday night Seven them were seriously hurt Manitowoc Temperatures 4 p.m Friday 8 8 p.m 6 judgment on the ultimate settle- ment Quill Moved Wirtz in his telegram to Turn to Page Col 8 8 5 noon 12 Two Rivers Temperatures 4 p.m Friday 13 8 p.m 8 midnight 4 4 Saturday 5 8 9 noon 12 of a proposed new constitution raised in the seminars Police said the car driver will be incorporated into the Antonio Luis Duarte was not to blame and he was released after questioning The spokesman said the men document and it will be put to a referendum next October he said Past constitutions have died were marching in camouflage with a whimper because they uniform and there was from the top down ha to show their presence to fie on the road Turn to Col
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