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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             The newspaper that makes oil North I bwons neighbors New coup is feared Edition VOL m SAIGON South Viet NUB AP The movement truckloads of in battle gear into Saigon Wednesday touched off fears of a new coup but the movement apparently was normal A military spokesman said some of the troops vert being shifted from a province north of Saigon to one south of the capi tal Others were beuc put ia reserve at a regularamy camp in Saigon be said But all such movements were being watched closely by inter ested observers IB the wake of the abortive coup of Sept 13 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER M 1M4 iUc Papw ConclsU ot Two Associated Press Full Lease No Uti Ag department ra Maj Gen pruned his caretaker cabinet ordered two officers into diplo matic exile and declared no coup would topple him tram power before he turns the coun try over to civilians The premier declined to say however whether he would give into demands of young generals for a purge of officers they call corrupt and incompetent Asked if he believed aseg ment of the military would it tempt to unseat him before he could turn over the country civilians he said there wUl be no coup The premier hassaid and fellow members of the ruling military triumvirate will step down Oct 27 A Vietnamese officer newly ordered to leave the country on an indefinite basis had predict ed that a group of young gener als known as the Young Turks would try to oust Premier Nguyen Khanh hi a coup in a couple of days The officer Col Pham Ngoc Thao pledged his loyalty to the Khanh regime which he said had been forced away from order and discipline by various pressure groups Thao who heads Khanhs press office has played an im portant intelligence role in polit ical developments here He was the second officer to receive walking papers The other was Lt Gen Tran Thien Khiem a member of the ruling trium virate and the highest ranking military officer in the country Thao was assigned to a post at the Embassy in Washington Kfciem twas ghren an assignment in London the China still years away from being atom power Photofax DEMAND A RECOUNT Mr and Mrs Tom Kranjcevich sit close together like any other happily married couple as they explain trouble You see both sought the Republican nomination for state representative from their Seattle district in a Sept 15 primary Tom lost to another candidate by 10 votes His wife trailed by another 10 Both want a recount Meanwhile We just shouldnt have given the voters a choice of two Kranjceviches Tom thinks Barry charges I I Demos lie lie WITH GOLDWATER IN OHIO Sen Barry Goldwater nature of which was not nounced The colonel is a man Catholic Ro CLAIMS 30 SLAIN BUKAVU The Congo Congolese army headquarters in Bukavu claimed its troops killed 30 rebels Tuesday 26 miles west of the Kivu Province capital anwhistlestopping through indus trial Ohio charged Wednesday that the Democrats follow a policy of lie and lie and elect and elect Before a cheering crowd which packed the downtown square in Dayton the Repub lican presidential nominee said fl the are wizards in keeping the Washington truth about answers government affairs from the jeople We have today in eoun jy managed news or the cal culated Goldwater said He charged that President Johnson and Secretary of De fense Robert S McNamara are tryingto make political hay out of US weaponry As he spoke a of John son supporter waved signs back ing the President and shouted We want Johnson Ill tell you something fel lows Goldwatersaid If you May hold first test very soon By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON AP US sources believe that although Red China now has the capabili ty of setting off its first atomic explosion it is still years away from becoming a major nuclear power Thursday the Peking re gimes 15th anniversary is the earliest date in Washington speculation on the timing of Chinas nuclear debut This guess is based on the Communists penchant for un veiling new developments on their anniversaries Other esti mates ranged into 1965 While eventual Communist Chinese success in building an atomic bomb has been predicted for years an unusual statement by Secretary of State Dean Rusk Tuesday disclosed a re cent conclusion by US strate gists that Pekings preparations have reached the point where it can fire its nuclear device at any time US sources declined to speci fy what new intelligence data has convinced them that the Chinese Reds have arrived at the edge of an atomic blast But having reached this con clusion it was said the State Department put but Rusks statement as a way of toning Disinterest stdgnatibn is claimed f f WASHINGTON The Sen ate Subcommit tee reporting on its itwoTyeair old probe of Billie Sol Estesi Wednesday p p e d what it called stagnai tion the i Agriculture Depart merits handling of the Texas wheeler1dealers phony cotton dealsi n 1 The report said there were many evehtsjin the Pecps Tex financiers cotton acreage allot ment would have r a warning to a vig ilant organization But if said Secre tary df Agriculture Dry ille U Freeman was notified of the sit uation department tobk promptnactoh to halt Estes dujrrenti under Phofofax OPPOSITE SIDES NOW Sen Strom Thur mond right of South Carolina bus ties along beside the openpar of Sen Hubert Humphrey to greet the Democratic vice presidential nominee during motor i i cade throughMoultrie1GaV Thurrtiond whorecently s wi tched f Ipm Democrat to Republican is par t ofa a GOP truth which is following Humphrey to set the record straight federal cpnyictioni for fraud voiying his dealings fertilizer The subcommittees not charge favoritism was giv by department pffi WASHINGTON Rep H R Gross RIowa said Wednes day that Secretary of the Inte rior Stewart L Udall was care less with the truth In a statement Gross said Udall tried Congress to that Udall appeared in his Iowa congressional district week in opposition to him and called Gross an anticonservationist At the same timeGross said Udall labeled the land and wa ter conservation fund bill and the wilderness bill as two of the key conservation measures ap proved in this session of Con gress It would have taken IMall or one of his numerous hirelings in the Interior Department only about two minutes to have as ccrtaincd that I voted for both these measures Gross said Instead and for political rea sons he perverted the truth Udalls trouble is that he is still nursing a grudge because in 1960 when he was a member of the House of Representatives defeated his attempt to unkMK the Hubbell Trading Post in Ari zona on the taxpayers of the na tion as an historic site Gross was recorded as voting for the wilderness bill whic passed the House on July 30 b a 3731 margin His office re ported that he also voted for the rule to take up the land and wa tcr bill and for its passage which came July 23 on a voice vote Gross said the 156acre Arizo na trading post had an assessed valuation of He said authorize to buy and de velop the tract plus a year for maintenance ThislMall deal was so raw Gross said that even Rep Michael J Kirwin Ohio Dem xrrat and chairman of the ap ropriations subcommittee han want Johnson youre goingto have to haul him in here be cause hes not coming onhis own Id like to have Johnson oo but for some reason or other he doesnt want to de bate Before a crowd estimated more than 15000 in weapons wise Dayton the home of Wright Patterson Air Force Base Goldwater accused the administration of masquerading the All war plane as three dif ferent weapons systems That he said the down the reverberations from a Chinese nuclear explosion when it does come Rusk said Chinas first atomic shot might occur in the near future and if so know about it and will make the information public The United States he add ed has fully anticipated the possibility of Pekings entry into the nuclear weapons field and has taken it into full account in determining our military pos ture and our own nuclear weap ons program US sources made these two RepubhcanVmembers of the sub TO Curtis Nebraska NEW YORK mediators against the clock Wednesday trying to prevent a strike by 60000 dock workers in ports from Maine to Texas at midnight A walkout by the AFLCIO International Longshoremens Association would tie up more than 500 United States and for eignflag ships points The i n i t i a 1 nuclear test H R CROSS Disputes IMall rips Democrats and turn three Goldwater are trying to twist one weapon into said the original All reconnaissance plane came off the drawing board during the administration of Repub lican President D w i g h t Eisenhower D dling funds for the Interior De partment voted against it as did a number of other Demo crats Udall was defeated by a vote of 20ft to 171 statement said Mayor Ed Jochumsen of Waterloo had seconded everything Udall said while there Pv this statement Gross said the mayor cast him self in the role of a politically hungry parrot whose only rec ord of accomplishment is his failure as a mayor Earlier in Middleton he de clared there is no magic in the federal government that ever can create a job in indus try 100 drowned as reservoir breaks NEW DELHI India WVA res ervoir burst Tuesday near Macherla and the government run AllIndia Radio said more than 100 persons drowned The town in a mountainous area of South India was re ported to have been flooded by 10 feet of water would still leave Red China a long way to go before achieving a firstclass nuclear arsenal By exploding bomb now Peking would use up most of its present atomic fuelsupply Its fuel manufacturing capability is limited and years more would beneeded toBuild up a stock pile The Chinese have yet to develop the sophisticated rock ets which an atomic power na tion needs to deliver its war beads Peking could use its early for propa ganda and nuclear blackmail against nonatomic Asian neigh bors Chinas firstnuclear explo A partial break in the three month deadlock in contract negotiations came early Wednes day when the employers accept some the long list of settlement pro posals made by the presidentia mediation panel The union negotiators rejected the package The major obstacle to settle ment has been the proposal for gradual reductionof the size of general cargo work gangs from 20 to 17 men in exchange for a guaranteed annual wage for longshoremen The union has held fast against any cut in work gang size Employer negotiators have refused for a long time to settle on any otherissues untilagree ment on the work gang size had been reached The employers contend that modern methods of Dandling cargo require even less than 17 men in a work the basisof panels recommendations certain ri toe freewheeling i giftgiying BiffiefSoPEses rieceed favorr riecefyed itisfti on the county level level and I ment of cAgricultufeV Curtis and Muhdt said partment was not only inept in its efforts to i The New York Shipping Asso ciation represents more than 150 shipping and stevedoring conv panics Assistant Secretary of Labor James J Reynolds head of the presidential panel sailed the associations action a very major effort to conclude an sion may be relatively small the first US test in 1945 was 19 kilotons and is expected to take place above ground On the inside Society news 121 Ultimatum Work or get off relief By DIAL TORGERSON LOS ANGELES AP The Los Angeles County relief pro gram has been ordered altered to include this proviso Work or get off relief The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors which ordered the welfare changes Tuesday even has a type of work in mind Field hand labor LBJ would go to Europe if elected Contracts agreed on here to coverlongshoremeh from Mime to Norfolk the pattern for and Gulf Coast ports Shipping r Companies rushedcargo loading1and 4d yahcedsailingdates V ships at sea the strSe ships are scheduled to sail Wednesday be fore Ifr the longshoremen strike rj T President Johnson could act WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson if elected hopes to go to Europe in November or December to meet with leaders and representatives of the 14 other countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Looking further to the future Johnson expects to meet fairly soon with Soviet Premier Khru shchev if the Soviet leader is Such a session howev er probably would not be helc until 1965 Comics V 171 Latest markets 50 Maton City news Z1 North lowe news 23 CUr Lake news 2427 Classified W31 Such work farms is now on done California mostly by Mexican nationalsimported for RELIEF Continued on 2 The President it was karne Wednesday is thinking in terms of appearance either at the No vember meeting of NATO Par liamentarians or at the Decem her session of the NATO Coun cil Both conferences will be held in Paris As for a JohnsonKhrushche meeting it was learned th President feels that sessions with leaders of Allied countrie would have to come first There wasv nothing to indicate lat Johnson at this point al east wants to turn either of the meetings in Paris into a ummit session involving the leads of member governments It was believed likely howev T that Johnson during any rip to Europe would seek indi idual meetings with some na ional leaders He was known to e most anxious to meet with resident Charles de Gaulle of France Chancellor Ludwig Grhard of West Germany and heprime minister of Great Britain Should Johnson travel to Eu rope late this year it would mark a departure from his an nounced policy against leaving the country at a time when there is no vice president However he feels that this under the national emergency provisions of the TaftHartiey Act to get a federal cburtr in junction sending the men back to work for an 80day period f s t Only duplicate security files being destroyed this f ra ud throught the actions or to actrof its officials in highdfficei At theAgriculture Depajt mentnSecretary Freeman said in a statement that he welcomed the unanimous report The proof of the he saidi isiinthe eatingrind this report dearly establishes that Billie Sol did not ceed in defrauding the goyern ment of a j WASHINGTON h e1 Ceij tral Intelligence Agency Wed nesday answered charge made Tuesday by GOP iyice for selfimposed prohibition would no longer be applicable after the election because then there presidential nominee William Miller that theJohnson admin destroying files known security risks because Ihe President is afraid of what Barry Goldwater would the files when he took office in January The CIA said the files in sev eral branch offices were being destroyed as an economy because duplicate fileshad been made and now are being kept in Washington The department made it clear that onlythose files that were duplicated in Washington were Uie pVivate financial institutions which Estes did defraud oif st an tia 1 amounts and for which he now has been prdsecuted and convicted The subcommittees report may figure in presidential election Sen Barry Repub lican presidential nominee has been pointing tothJB his would be a vice presidentelect beingdiscarded in pa i r s it with the airs of Bobby Baker1 iormer secretary to the Democratic ma jority who resigned iaityea when his wide fuuucial activities North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy and a litHe warmer Wednesday injM and Thursday Lows Wadnasday night in mM 4N Incrvasinf winds Thursday high in tow to mW TVs Weather Details on Page 2 A FOCUS on North Iowa Forest City acts to help burned out firm was worth million was a farflung operator out of Ura largest storers of government grain and dealers in liquid fer tilizer ii His empire valued once at million collapsed in dw spring of 1962 as criminal By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director FOREST CITY Less than eight hours after the fire which destroyed the Win nebago Industries trailer fac tory here last Thursday Doug las Eddy president of the For est City Development Co called a meeting of that organizations 29member board of directors to formulate plans to help the trail er firm The attendance at that meet ing was 100 per cent That is an example of the kind of community support weve had on this project Eddy reported Tuesday 1 cant go out for a cup of coffee without half a dozen people stopping me on the street to find out how things are going and asking if there is anything they can do to help Eddy con tinued What is the status of the proj ect to get Winnebago Industries Citys largest employer in business Presently were filling out forms for a loan from the Small Business Administration Eddy reveals Larry Dunn Winne bagos chief engineer also is busy working with local archi tects on plans and specifications for the new building As soon as these forms are completed and the plans and specifications finished Eddy contimied we will submit the loan application to the Small Business Administration The application should be ready within the next several days he added The application probably will seek the maximum loan from the said The cost of the completed build ing will far exceed that total however he adds Tentative plans call for the building to contain 106000 square feet The building that burned last Thurs day was about 34000 square feet Plans also call forthe new factory to be built on an indus trial site owned Vy lhcForest City Development Co The32 acre site is located at the south edge of Forest City on High way 69 More than 120000 cubic feet of fill have been used to FOCUS Continued en 2 II ContinwM en Page I an   

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