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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 24, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Tfc paptr makes oil North lowans neighbors Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBiR M 1W4 S of Two iiMrlitoi PTMC FuH LMM Wirw NO m 10000 greet links Jtihhsoh Estes cose here Asia SANTA BARBARA Calif AP A huge brush fire blazed out of control Thursday in the mansionstudded suburbs of Santa Barbara razing homes college dormitories and a monastery Hundreds of persons evacuat ed just ahead of the flames The fire pushedby 50milewinds struck suddenly Wednesday night after heading first for open country beyond the city Witnesses said at least 37 homes or other buildings have been destroyed though the US Forest Service could not con firm it An estimated 500 sons have been evacuated from their homes Roads jammedwith evacuees halted pumper trucks trying to reach blazing homes Someresidents fled with only their clothes as the blaze plunged down mountain canyons and into the most fashionable areas of Santa Barbara It had burned 15 homeseer lier Then two homes went in a canyon and five more blazed up on Ashley Hoad north of Euca lyptusHill The flames surrounded and set afire the Mt Calvary Mona stery an Episcopal retreat Two dormitories burned at Westmont College The fire swept into Mqntecito and 20 more homes burned j Flames leaped hundreds of feet reflecting off a towering loom of smoke People saw the fire in Los Angeles 98 miles southeast and from ships 30 miles at sea In Santa Barbara a community of 60000 nestled between the seag and the Santa Ynez Mountains it seemed like the hills were a mass of flame The glow lit a city in turmoil with milling Charges coveru p in Asia Wind chills record crowd By JAMES R OWENS GlobeGazette Staff Reporter Sen Barry Goldwater Re public a n c andid ate for pre sident lashed out at President Johnson Thursday Unking him with the Billie Sol Estes case and ac cusmg the President of keeping events in Southeast Asia under cover for campaign purposes The Aruonan devoted most of his talk to some 10000 lowans and Minnesotans to the Estes case many parts which he said have been swept under a red carpet The 10000 estimate exceeded the turnout for any other air port stop in the Goldwater cam paign Frank Woods of San Fran cisco advance man for Gold water said earlier this week that the largest reported up to that time had been 7000 or 8 000 at the Phoenix Am air port Greeting line stretches from Goldwatefs jet to speakers platformParked at top center ii the press plane IS of Gross record on conservation evacuees gines and rusbing fire en Bulletin DALLAS Le gion delegates Thursday unan imously elected Donald E Johnson of West Branch Iowa as national commander for the coming year He takes office immediately succeed ing Daniel F Fotey of basha Minn By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director of the Interior Stewart Udall Thursday took a hard swipe at the conser vation voting record of Congress man H RJJross of Waterloo Speaking at a luncheon at the Hotel President here Udall said Gross has done more to ob structand oppose conservation legislation than any other mem ber of Congress Im deliberately making Gross voting record an issue Udall said because I dont think it reflects the feelings of the people of this congressional district Speaking to a group of com munity leaders Udall also praised the conservation strides made in Iowa under the admin istration of Gov Harold Hughes Britain Red China deal dec of sus win back the Udall called Hughes one of the eading conservationists in the nation and said that through his program he is laying the basis tor future growth in the state Conservation is one thing that succeeds only when there is foresight the secretary pointed out It comes about only when we put future needs ahead of our own needs Although great strides have been made in the last 3V4 years Udall said this is only the be ginning It will take a tained effort to ground weve lost the secre tary added Speaking about plans in Iowa Udall said there are two major programs under consideration One would provide scenic park ways along both sides of the Mississippi RiverThe other is the expansion of the Lewis and Clark Trail idea along the Mis souri River The Waterloo talk was the fourth Udall nad delivered in Iowa Thursday He spoke ear lier at the Izaak Walton League meeting in Davenport end ad dressed assemblies at Mary crestCollege and North Scott High School at Eldridge CORN AND ROSES Atty Gen Evan Hultman left swings an ear of corn that he presented to Sen Barry Goldwater in Mason City Mrs Goldwaters roses were presented by Cerro Gordo County Republicans as she stepped from the the background are some of the 10000 that heard Goldwater speak LONDON AP Red China is reported buying or negotiat ing for million worth of chemical firms from Britain Western Europe and Japan Informants said the Chinese already have ordered seven plants from West European countries and two from Japan and about a dozen are under negotiation with British firms British businessmen ore soy ing privately that the mil lion involved seems to be within Chinas capacity to pay because of an exceptionally good harvest this year The British government has been cool however to overtures North Weather outlook Cooler Thursday with m me 40s Warming Friday Partly cloudy Weather Details on Z rom Peking to underwrite long erm credits to help build Chi nas chemical industry An authoritative source said he British government which nsures exporters against loss does not see the Chinese as a good longterm credit risk A positive response would also draw a sharp protest from the United States The Board of Trade earlier During the flight from Dav enport to Waterloo the secre this year allowed up to million of longterm credit to the Soviet Union for purchase of chemical plants An equivalent sum is to be allowed smaller Communist countries of Eastern Europe for the same purpose The American and other Al lied governments criticized these decisions The British government and British businessmen have tary told this reporter that it has surprised him that Goldwater hasnt attacked the Johnson administrations con servation plan After all the secretary said He Goldwater has op posed every conservation pro gram advocated by the admin istration It looks like Goldwater has rejected Teddy Roosevelt right along with Abraham Lincoln the secretary concluded Getting bock to H R Gross he secretary said that after serving with Gross for six years in Congress and watching him work with three presidents I still dont know for what he stands Inside The Globe Editorials 4 Clear Lake news Cub Gazette 4 Society news IAMB A 1A n ml news iiiz Masen City news 141 Cemks U impression that Communists are the the Chinese following the lead of the Russians in putting increasing emphasis on produc tion of plastics fertilizers and artificial fibers From Waterloo dressed the Young Udall ad Democrats SAME tm rally at the State College of Iowa in Cedar Falls He then flew to Charles City and drove to Nashua to view the Little Brown Church It has been sug Democratic candidate for Con gress from the Third Distric that the church be made a na tkxial shrine Peterson accom panied Udall on his Iowa tour From Nashua the secretary returned to Charles City for gested by Stephen Peterson barbecue Thursday evening fire destroys at Forest Ci FOREST CITY Fire de stroyed a factory and a house Thursday causing dam age estimated at more than half a million dollars and putting 150 men out of work The 35000 square foot main plant of Winnebago Industries a maker of travel trailers was destroyed Company President John Hanson estimated his loss at about The spread and destroyed a nearby warehouse of the Farmers Cooperative elevator Officials of the cooperative said the building was valued at about Also lost was about worth of alfalfa meal in the warehouse Cause of the fire was un known Authorities said a night watchman reported hearing a small explosion in the plant area where roofs are put on the trailers y Hanoen said Winnebago Indus tries will be back in limited production in about 30 He said new equipment already has been ordered The Iowa Employment Serv ice said it would place a tem porary office in Forest City Fri day to help Winnebago employ es find temporary jobs The Small Business Administration said it would provide financial assistance if possible to rebuild the plant Senate OK to milder remap plea WASHINGTON WVT h e Sen ate approved Thursday a miW compromise solution to its pro longed controversy over state cgislative reapportionment It adopted 44 to 38 a nonbinding sense of Congress proposal offered by Democratic leader Mike Mansfield of Montana as a substitute for a stronger one he previously sponsored with publican leader Everett Dirksen of Illinois Re The compromise woutd My tt is the sense of the Congress that federal district courts in carrying out Supreme Court orders should Allow the legislatures the ength of time provided for a regular session plus 30 days but not exceeding six months in all to apportion representation in accordance with the Supreme Court ruling Permit the next election oi members of state legislatures to be conducted m with the state law in effect last Sunday Make the reapportionmeat themselves if the states fail to do so within the time ranted for action v TO IB ttw decade IXZtt exports of Midi tad to was chilled bat frequently crowd at the mcipal Airport where brisk northwest winds swept across the runways under sunny skies The senator cited the Estes case as an example of incom petence or corruption in the Department of Agriculture His linking of the case with Johnson came for the first tune in his campaign for the presidency The Agriculture DopaHiiient ignored months of warnings about Estes and about illegal acreage allotment transfers while receiving calls and con tacts from the office of tha then Vice President Lyndon Barnes Johnson on behalf of Estes he said Johnsons office made contact with both Undersecretary of Ag riculture Charles Murphy0 and the office of Agricultural Secre tary Orate Freeman according to the counsel for the Depart ment of Agriculture Goldwater said This isnt rumor rThis is on the record tying the office of the man who now lives White House with Bilhe Sot Estes he said Freeman and the Sen ator said named Estes to the National Cotton Advisory Board despite the of their de partments investigation and FBI report warnings They also disregarded evidence in the departments own inves on ilk gal cotton allot ment transfers he added There are many unanswered questions in connection with the Estes case Goldwater said He referred to a tttWO Estes rash withdrawal in January 1962 for trip to a Democratic Party unction at Washington DC to see ifhe couldnt avoid pen alties of 500000 in connection with the illegal allotments record shows that Estes spent about StOW of this for tickets to a dinner and toned most of the tickets over to his friend CM Carter in tbe office of the then vice president Lyndon Bainies Johnson We have never teamed what happened to the other Whose office whose pocket got that Goldwater 4 referred to t he mysterious death o a cotton allotment expert in Texas named Marshall This be said was the reason given by Freemans of fice for aot getting to the bot tom of the Estes natter i deathfive shots froa tott tioa te cireamaUaces that iatikated a straggle and yet el from to   

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