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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                is DBS M01NES AP Gov Harold Hughes says Republican legislators have been spending taxpayers money in their as phalt jangle tLe Highway Commissionarid now are ing a personal attack on him be cause a friend on the commis sion lent him a car Republican criticism of Hughes use of the car was an swered Friday nightby the Democratic governor who also unleashed some sharp barbs of his own Hughes said he has no apolo gy to make for using the car lent to him by Robert Barry Danbury Democratj and car dealer appointed to the Highway Commission by the governor in July of 1963 And he charged that Republi cans who have been critical of it have not only stooped to the lowest level but to the ridicu lous as well Despite thestrongly worded statement issued by Hughes be apparently has doubts whether it would be politically wise to continue to use one of Barrys cars He said Im notfsure yet when asked bynewsmen if he would use the 1964 Ford Thun derbird left by Barry last Mon day in place of a 1964 Ford sta tion wagon he his badthe use only contribution to his primary election campaign The governor was driven in his officialxstate car a 1964 Lincoln to the Statehouse for his news conference about an hour after he returned from Minneapolis where he had been attending the Midwest Gover nors Conference Hughes showed irritation at some questions asked by news men and occasionally answered with an abrupt ridiculous Much of his 1000word state ment was aimed at answering comments about the car but he also raked his opponent in the race for governor Republican Evaji Hultman and the Republicancontrolled Legis lative Interim Committee Hultman had said earlier Fri day that Hughes use of the car was poor judgment at best I dont think any public employe in the be furnish alone with the governor accepting such contribu In his statement Hughes said if It ever stooped to such low innuendo to gain the office of for governor s h i p I would be ashamed to take the oath of The Interim Committees in vestigation of a decision by the Highway Commission to pave a 14mile segment of Interstate 80 with asphalt instead of Portland cement was described by Hughes as a mountain that has been built out of a mole The Interim Committee is spending taxpayers money on its investigation by taking up time of highway commissioners and their engineers and byem ploying an expensive prosecu tor Hughes said The commit tees investigator Perry Attor ney Ned Willis receives a day for his work The only result of the investi gation Hughes said has been to bring out facts that were al ready on record He said that testimony by Barry at an Interim Committee hearing Thursday that he lent cars to Hughes was not new pointing out that such informa tion has been on file since June in the secretary of states office where he filed his financial re port of the primary election campaign the report shows that Hughes listed the use of a car owned by Barry Motor Co as a cam paign donation with the value estimated at for about 2000 miles of travel Hughes said he has known Barry all his life and Barry had lent him cars before I ever dreamed of running for political office Barry said in his testimony he had lent the car to Hughes in January because the gover nors personal car had been in an accident and a car purchas ed by Hughes daughter Carol from Barry was being repaired The transaction was described by Barry as a loan to a friend and be did not say considered it a campaign con tribution Hughessaid that wedid not discuss what I was to use car for I figured I could use it during the campaign The governor saidhe thought he probably first used the car when he was unable to fly to a political commitment and his wife wanted to use their car Hughes said he was not sure whether he had used the car since the primary campaign The newspaper that Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12 lUe Paper UonsitU ot Two One Associated Press Full Lease Wirei No US f Patjence a factor in Viet Nam Negotiation not likely By WILLIAM L RYAN AP Special Correspondent South Viet Nams and Southeast Asias future may now depend upon who has more patience The Chinese and North Vietnamese Communists or the Americans High US officials speak of the possibility of negotiation to end the frustrating expensive war with a big if if the Com munists will leave their neigh bors alone There seems little prospect of that But if this talk is taken Peking and Hanoi as a sign that US patience is wearing thin the result can be aconsiderably stepped up effort to push the conflict to a conference table Ho Chi Minhs North Vietnam ese Communists already have displayed much patience They invested 20 years and resources they could ill afford in the attempt to take over all Indochi na There is not the slightest sign thatthey intend to stop short of anything but an agree ment which would leave South VietNam at their mercy Ho likely would welcome a conference however He al ready has laid down his terms and repeats them at every opportunity Ho says all foreign military personnel and equip ment must be withdrawn from South Viet Nam And then comes the hooker Let the people of South Viet Nam settle their own affairs on the basis of national independ ence democracy peace and neutrality so they can later attain peaceful reunification in accordance with the program of the NLFSV the National Lib eration Front for South Viet This is doublctalk In this Viet situation is uneasy jv Infants die Hold youth L FORT WORTH Tex Searchers recovered the bodies of two tiny brothers Saturday from the Trinity River where police quoted a teenager as saying he dropped one of the in fants after a brutal attack on their mother The dead children were found several hours after Charles Roy Hefley 16 made his statements to detectives in the presence of Police Chief Cato Hightower and newsmen Defector prize for the West GENEVA AP The defec tion to the United States of nuclear scientist Heinz Harwich long a holder of key positions in the Soviet Union and East elation Satur day among Western officials Soviet sources expressed shock The 53yearold East German is considered a major prize for the West which lost two top nuclear experts Klaus Fuchs and Bruno Pontecorvo to communism A search for the children be gaii after the discovery of Mrs Carolyn Adams 20 nude and unconscious Friday in a hay meadow on the east edge of For Worth Young Hefleys home is in the same part of the city as those of the attractive young mother and her parents Officers took the short mus cularyouth into after Mrs Adams in grave condition signalled that she recognized his name as that of a neighbbi by squeezing the hand of a ques tioner at her hospital bedside Police arrested Hefley at his home shortly before midnight Several volunteer searchers found the body of David Adams 1 year old about 4 am It was lodged against a tree limb in the edge of the river and about a mile downstream from where Barwichs defection was an nounced Friday by officials in Washington He made his get away last Wednesday while in Geneva for the 71nation confer the mother was assaulted Within an houranother group recovered the body of Dickie Adams A search for the youngsters was intensified after Hefley told his story at police headquarters dropped the little onein the water young Hefley related and I got scared so I set the other one on the bank and ran He pointed out a spot beside the river and about 20 yards from where Mrs Adams was left stabbed beaten and raped The attack occurred Thursday night Doctors said she was Believe political U SAIGON South Viet Nam AP troops and armored cars were on the streets of Saigon in unusual numbers Saturday amid rumors that a new political upheaval this weekend Widely circulated reports the USbacked government ol Premier Nguyen Khanh may be threatened by a coup Such rumors flourish freely in Saigon often without substance JOHNSON WALKS THROUGH HURRICANE DAMAGED Hurricanerwrecked homes at Jacksonville Beach Fla is viewed by President Lyn iAP Photofax don B Johnson as he walks through the devastated area Friday BULLETIN language independence peace and democracy all translate to Communist Reunification in accordance with the NLFSV program would mean surrender to the Communists since that is the cover front for the Commu nist Viet Cong guerrillas He might acceptless at a conference table but not much less Ho has much patience US policy makers indicate resignation lo the idea that military efforts alone cannot win the Indochina war Ambassador Maxwell D Tay lor who is r et u r n i n g to Saigon after conferring with ad ministration leaders expressed confidence that the war would end victoriously from our point of view But Taylor says the political situation in South Viet Nam must be made stable Second Communist guerrilla forces must be cleared out of the four provinces immediately around Saigon South Viet Nam is not only a house divided it is a house splintered The dilemma is awesome Instability springs from dissatisfaction among edu cated Clements with lack of rep resentative government But can a regime up to its neck in civil war afford the luxury of an attempt at parlia mentary democracy Indeed can there be anything like representative government in a nation which has lost control of much of its territory to a deter mined enemy North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy Saturday becoming fair and warmer Sunday Highs Saturday night in the 40s ence on the peaceful uses of atomic energy The scientist slipped out of a Geneva hotel when the confer ence ended He was accompa nied by another East German scientist Prof Max Stcenbeck whose whereabouts has not been revealed Barwichs chief in East Ger many Prof Baron Manfred von Ardenne reacted to the news by knifed four to six times Mrs Adams is the daughter of a Fort Worth Policeman H H rlungerford She and her hus band arc estranged charging that Barwich West for family reasons LUNDIGANS MOTHER DIES AFTER LENGTHY ILLNESS HOLLYWOOD UP Mrs Michael F Lundigan mother o vs by actor William Lundigan dice went Friday after a prolonged illness She was 85 NEW YORK fountain pen that contained somesort of explosive blew up Saturday some distance from Robert F Kennedy while he was speaking during a Broadway campaign stroll Nobody was reported in jured and Kennedy continued his scheduled fourblock walk Police said the pen was thrown from an apartment house window but that it was not known whether it had been aimed at the late Presi dents brother Democratic candidate for the U S Sen ate Spectators who heard the loud report when the pen hit the pavement near Broadway and 89th Street thought at first it was the backfire of an automobile Time es MIAMI AP Hurricane Ethel fifth tropical storm of the season bore down on Bermuda Saturday with 95mile winds She threatened to score a direct hit Gales were expected to lash the resort island in the mid Atlantic early today Hurricane force winds were expected around noon Meanwhile thousands of peo ple in Georgia and Florida be gan a massive cleanup and re pair job in the wake of Hurri cane Dora Ethels destructive sister Lift moratorium Warns against violence in NFO action The residents had President Johnsons promise of federal support He picked his way through muck debris and shat tered buildings in Jacksonville Fla and Brunswick Ga dur ing a dramatic personal inspec tion tour Friday We are going to bring the resources of the federal government together to meet this crisis he said The cause of the crisis Dora second hurricane to strike Flori da within two weeks was drown ing herself in Georgia Doras winds were little more than squalls but the tons of rain she dropped flooded homes and highways and sent hundreds of snakes wriggling from river bottoms into the trees For while Ethel whipped along the same path that Dora took toward Florida But Friday night she veered sharply to the north and charged toward Ber muda Although not as large as Dora or as wellorganized as Cleo the other hurricane to strike Jand this season Ethel was still a respectable storm said forecaster Arnold Sugg of the Selection of new beauty queen is set ATLANTIC CITY NJ AP A new Miss America takes her throne Saturday night to climax a week of excitement and competition for 50 of the nations most beautiful girls Suspense mounted for the contestants in the nations old est beauty they wait ed hopefully for the Budges de cision that will catapult 10 of them into thefinals The decision is announced at the start of Saturday nights fi nal round on the basis of points amassed by the girls the past three daysand nights in swim suits evening gown talent and personality competition will compete suits evening is near US Ambassador Maxwell D aylor returning from consul ations inWashingtoni may run nto a riew He had left aigon after three weeks of iblent antigovernment demon rations plunged the nation into haos nearly toppling Khanhs egime Buddhist leaders land tudentsled protests demanding emocratic reform and an end o military rule The nation is still under mili ary authority a triumvirate of generals headedby Khanh who las promised a return to civil tan rule in two months But a power struggle between Bud dhist and anti Buddhist ele ments is shaping up posing the threat of new violence Most of the coufT rumors coo cernwhat is presumably Catho lic opposition concessions made by Khanh to Buddhist and student critics Khanh fired an other officer Friday who was opposed by Buddhist leaders He was Maj Gen Do Cao Tri commander of the armys 2nd Corps nd the eighth higVrank ing officer dismissed v t The government formally charged neighboring Cambodia with openly ing the Communist Viet Cong by fighting South border troops Cambodia which has repeat edly complained to the j UN Security Council about alleged Vietnamese The again Mason City resets clocks Central Standard Timewil begin at 2 am Sunday in Ma son City in accordance with a resolution passed by the City C ou n c i 1 last Tuesday This finalists in swim aids by South f Vietnamese rces on Cambodian border means that all clocks will be set back an 1 am in the case of the 2 am change gown and talent events before he field is narrowed to five for the selection of Miss America 1965 The new will succeed Donna Axum of El Dorado Ark Awaiting the new Miss America are a college scholar ship an opportunity to trave 250000 miles and an estimated in personal appearance contracts The judges contained their preference toward tallerthan average girls in swim suits Friday night as they chose Jane Nelson 19 of Tularosa NM MADISON Wis consin Gov John W Reynolds warned against furthei violence on National Farmers Organiza tion picket lines Saturday as the NFO announced the lifting Mon day of a moratorium on demon strations at livestock yards in the state Reynolds and NFO President Oren Lee Stalcy met behind closed doors the State Cap itol Friday but failed to agree on terms for keeping the peace on the picket lines The governor said he had made it perfectly clear that were going to have law and or der and therell be no more blocking of highways and no trespassing Slaley said that lawful dem onstrations arc certainly the farmers legal right He said the moratorium on Wisconsin demonstrations called after NFO pickets were killed by livestock truck in Bonduel Wednesday would be lifted Staley said the NFO never had advocated nor condoned vi olence He called current dis brders individual actions de claring some of the trouble has been caused by outside insti gators There are some not in the NFO who would welcome dem onstrations that would reflect on the NFO he explained Wisconsin is one of 23 states where the NFO since Aug 20 has been attempting to keep cattle and hogs from market in an effort to increase prices paid producers The action has had little effect in large markets Slaley Reynolds and Slate Atty Gen George Thompson in a statement after the sixhour meeting said they the farmers have the withhold livestock to try and boost prices the right to sell livestock if they do not chooselo participate jn a withholding ac tion and the right to lawfully demonstrate More than 4000 persons gath crcd at the Dane County Fair Grounds during the State Capi tol meeting and about 1600 re mained until Stalcy returned The NFO leader said that the withholding action is going to stay on until buyers must come lo those farmers who arc with holding Staley said two groups arc thwarting effectiveness of the withholding action He said they are producers who have 110 choice but to sell their livestock and farmers who do not under what we are trying do At StalcyVrequest a moment of silence was observed in mem ory of Howard Falk 64 of Bon duel and MelvinCummings 44 ot Birnamwood who were killed in the Bonduel incident Hurricane Center in National Miami Florida Civil Defense Director Col H W Tarkington cslimat Buses trainsandairlines will be operating on standard time Sunday Ozark Air Lines offi cials said the airline office op erates at the time used by the local airport All flights will be scheduled an hour earlier this week than they did last week Eastbound flights are at i a m pm and pm Westbound flights are at am and 333 pm The north bound flight is at pm The railroads operate on Cen tral Standard Time the year around and are not affected by the time change Jefferson Bus Line officials said it will start communities rejected a ecommendation that an observ er group be dispatched to jorder Inside The Globe MOHAWKS City 147 beat Charles Page 9 winner of the final swim sui round Miss Nelson a greeneyed brunette sophomore at Arizona State University stands 5foot8 and molds her 125 pounds into a 372337 figure NORTH IOWA football openers Page 10 Editorials It Society iwws 9 Latest markets 1 Mason City news W 3 Clear Lake news 1 Classified H13 Norttt Iowa news 14 More cd Floridas damage at million He said million damaec was done to private property Johnson said federal aid would be pumped into Florida as soon as disaster surveys were completed The Army Corps of Engi neers is already busy on plans to assist in the rebuilding of your public beaches he said Dora swept more than 25 million cubic yards of sand from Floridas white beaches more than would normally be eroded in 20 years the Universi ty of Florida estimated STANDARD TIME VENTURA Ventura resi dents will go back to Central Standard Time Sunday at 2 am using standard time Sunday They said little confusion is ex pected since times are based on its home office in Minneapo lis now on standard time At the Mason City Post Of fice window service hours will be on Central Standard Time However afternoon star route services will have to continue operation on daylight time unti Oct 4 in order to connect wit major mail dispatches Postmaster Henry C Fender graft said mail for the after noon star routes will have to be deposited one hour earlier unti majorc transportation routes re turn to standard time Since manycopies of the Globe Gazette are dispatched by mail the news room and NICOSIA Cyprus nreat of more violence over Cyprus loomed Saturday aftct he Greek Cypriot government ssued stern warnings against Turkeys plan to convoy food to the island President Makarios warned Turkey Friday against proceed ng with her plan to furnish an air and naval convoy for ship ments of food and supplies to he village of Kokkina on the islands northern coast Turkey had announced she intends to end the blockade o Defense Minister Polycarpos eorgadjis also warned that xmvoyed shipments would pposed as a kind of unless Turkey obtains ion from Cyprus and mport duties The Turks contend that news deadlines will continue on daylight time until Oct 4 I Turkish Cypriots in Kokkina with the shipments and warned against interference The consequences will be very grave Makarios saic We shall not permit any arbi trary action and we are deter mined to react with everj means at our disposal lo an arbitrary action concentrations of Turkish CyprU ts face starvation ta Cyprat because of an ade imposed lypriot government ecooomk by tbe Greek   

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