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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                fa North Viet Nam We deny of raids re i of Malaysia May involve Laos pilots TOKYO WVNorth Viet Nam charged Thursday air and naval craft of the U S and its agents again bombed and shelled North Vietnamese terri tory But in Washington U S de fense officials said they had re ceived no word of any such at tacks as were claimed by North Viet Nam U S State Department offi cials in Washington commented that all U S T28 aircraft in Laos are flown by Laotian pilots of the royal Lao air force Radio Hanoi in a broadcast monitored here said the an nouncement was made by a spokesman of the North Viet namese Foreign Ministry in a statement issued Thursday It said At 1000 hours of Oct 28 1964 three jet planes and five T28 aircraft of the United States coming from the direc tion of Laos bombed and rock eted the Cha Lo frontier post which is situated in the Demo cratic Republic of Viet Nam territory in Quang Binh Prov ince at a place two kilometers 12 miles from the Viet Nam Laos border It added At 2300 hours 11 pm of the same day three naval craft of the United Slates and its agents sailing from South Viet Nam intruded into the territorial waters of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam shelled ihe coastal areas of Quang Binh Province and subsequently North Viet Nam said these are brazen acts of aggressior and constitute most serious violations of the 1954 Geneva agreements on Viet Nam and the 1962 Geneva agreements on Laos Hanoi radio said the North Vietnamese Foreign Ministry strongly denounces and pro tests against the abovemen tioned acts of provocation of the US and its agents visavis the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam and demands that they put an immediate end to such ad venturous acts As is well known on Aug 5 is 1964 US planes attacked a number of planes in the Demo cratic Republic of Viet Nam and again on Oct 16 and 17 bombed and strafed Ta Rua Tapang Ta v Poi and other places of the dem ocratic Republic of Viet Nam territory in the demilitarized zone it went on ft The bombing and shelling raids of Oct 28 1964 prove that til the US imperialists are still j1 stubbornly carrying on provocar tions against Democratic Re public of Viet Nam in an at pa tempt to carry out their scheme to expand the war to North Viet Nam in complete defiance S of international law and world t public opinion i On Sept 18 two US destroy ers were reported in action in the Gulf oE Tonkin off North Viet Nam Washington reported the destroyers opened fire on what they thought were attack ing Vietnamese torpedo boats In the August crisis three torpedo boats attacked the US destroyer Maddox That battle in which planes from the carrier Ticonderoga took part ended with one torpedo boat crippled and the others damaged Two nights later PT boats again attacked the Maddox and the destroyer Joy That engagement ended with at least two torpedo boats sunk The following night US carrier planes hit PT boats shore installalions and an oil depol on the North Vietnam ese coast They reported de stroying or damaging 25 boats heavily damaging the base and setting the oil depot fire Two US planes were shot down and the pilot of one was taken pris oner Amendment to be on the Iowa ballot DES MOINES little known amendment to the Iowa Constitution will appear on the election ballot for ratification next Tuesday The proposal if adopted would require that amendments proposed by a constitulional convention be ralified by a vote of the people The amendment on Tuesdays ballot was passed by the 1961 and 1963 sessionsof the legis lature As required of constilu lional amendments the issue now must be submitted to the voters North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Fri day Warmer Thursday night lows 3216 Warmer Friday highs Weather on 7 MALACCA Malaysia AP About 60 Indonesian guerrillas attacking in two groups landed by sea on the southwest coast of Malaysias mainland early Thursday but by nightfall half of them were reported captured A military spokesman said the others were pinned down in swampy jungles 30 miles south of here by a force of Australian New Zealand and Malaysian troops The spokesman said a holding action would be carried out through the night and mopping up operations will be launched at daybreak The spokesman reported 25 prisoners taken during initial encounters with police and sol diers along the Kesang River near the border of Malacca and Johore states He said not a shot was fired The spokesmansaid the raid ers were tracked down called upon to surrender and came out of the bush with their hands in the air Prime Minister Abdul Rah man announced five boatloads of guerrillas landed before dawn on the southwest coast between Malacca and Muar Home Minister Ismail Bin Abdul Rahman Malaysias top internal security official made a flying tour of the Malacca Muar area and told newsmen that Malaysian forces had the situation well in hand We have encountered a large number of the invaders he said and the battle between them andsecurity forces is in progress We have every reason to be successful It was the third reported inva sion of the Malaysian mainand by forces from Indonesia whose President Sukarno has vowed to crush the Britishbacked Malay sian federation of Malaya Sin gapore Sarawak and Sabah Rahman said the invaders crossed the narrow Strait of Malacca from Indonesian Sum atra and members of the vigi lante corps patrolling the Ma laccaJohore State coastal bor der region sounded the alarm Police and soldiers immedi ately sealed off the area divert ing all traffic from the main coastal highway New Zealand troops based in Malacca also moved in against the guerrillas The region was placed under a 24hour curfew The reported landing site is 70 miles northwest of Jobores Pontian region where 108 Indo n e s i a ndirected guerrillas slipped ashore in three groups last Aug 17 to open up a second front in Indonesias undeclared jungle war against Malaysia The Pontian landings were followed by a parachute landing by 96 Indonesianled paratroop ers into the inland labis area of Jobore on Sept 2 On Tuesday the government announced it had broken the back of the Pontian and Labis guerrilla campaigns At last report six of the Labis invaders were believed still at large and 18 members of the Pontian inva sion group were being sought At least 47 guerrillas have been killed and 133 captured in combined operations by British Gurkha troops and New Zealand infantrymen working with Ma layan defenders CROSS SHOWS WHERE INVASION OCCURRED The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 29 1964 UOe Paper ConsltU erf Two Associated Full Wirei No 225 Campaign LBJ points to vows of peace By FRANK CORMIER SALT LAKE President John son said Thursday he hasreceived a heartening pledge from the new Soviet premier that the Soviet Union tirin rviainfain ifc will maintain its own search for peace with the West In a speech in the historic Mormon Tabernacle Johnson said the United States must work to guide the inevitable that lie ahead in Com countries Johnson MI overnight stop in Salt Lake City in order to breakfast with David 0 Mc Kay president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints Mormon and to speak in the churchs tabernacle After two days of campaign ing in the West the President was pointing his voteseeking efforts eastward with other ap Thursday in the President prom ised the United States wil continue with every resource to work for a lasting and just am honorable peace In talking about inevitable the Communist bloc Johnson said All politi cal systems change They are forced to by historic circum stance He said it would be danger ously foolish to expect either the Soviet Union or Communist China to soon become open societies But he said it would be equally foolish to think they will never change He continued Inside Russia Wichita phi a Kan arid Philadel LYNDON B JOHNSON Accord by Demos in Cerro Gordo In his tabernacle speech John on said thai when Nikita Khru shchev was toppledas Soviet premier I sent word to Mos cow that our basic policy re mained unchanged He reported that the new premier Alexei Kosygin has replied that the Soviet Union would maintain its present poli oday a powerful force for change is at work education he bedrock of democracy the enemy of dictatorship Inside the Communist bloc powerful currents are surging against the dam We cannot sit idly by we must work to guide the inevita ble changes that lie ahead John vonspent Wednesday in Southern California talking to grows Barry Reefs back Dems By WALTER R MEARS HARRISBURG Pa UP Sen Barry Goldwater toughening the line of his presidential challengewith a charge that Democrats have Communist backing hunted Pennsylvania BARRY M GOLDWATER EDITORS NOTE This is another in a series of arti cles in which North Iowa can didates for state legislative offices express their views on issues which could be facing the next session of the Iowa legislature By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director Like their Republican coun terparts Cerro Gordo Countys two Democratic candidates for state representatives are in gen e r a 1 accord on some of the main is sues which will be facing the next Iowa legislature In fact there appears to be little dif e r e n c e be Iw e e n the views of Dem ocrats M r s M H Wol Rockwcll and Robert their two Republican oppo nents on four issues on which they were porlionment state aid to educa tion daylight saving time and taxation For example all four candi dates for the two represent ative seats favor increased state aid to education Mrs Wolcott points out that any increased state aid to edu cies and seek better relations and maintain its own search for peace with the West Johnson said Kosygin wrote that the Soviet Union would continue its communications with the United States and would continue to explore areas of mutual interest Terming this a heartening cation is closely tied to the problem of property tax re lief Focus North Iowa colt Clapsaddle Mason City and With our 30yearold tax sys on property in come and sales bears far more than its share of the increasing cost of edit cation Mrs Wolcott says More of the cost of local education must be transferred from local property to state revenue to halt the ever upward move ment of property taxes and to provide for property tax re lief she continues l Clapsaddle also says he is a FOCUS Continued on Page 2 No liquor can be sold while polls are open DES MOINES liq uor may be sold or consume in licensed establishments while the polls are open in next Tues days general election Solicitor General W N Bump said Thursday Whether beer may be soldjde pends on local ordinances Bump said in a statement However he said holders of Class C permits such as groce ry stores may sell beer for con sumption off the premises and municipalities may not restrict such sales large crowds in Los Angeles Riverside San Bernardino and San Diego Before a whoopitup audience in Riverside Johnson claimed for himself the mantle of responsibility In an offthecuff remark he said The hotheads ought te go back to the bench in the hot house He said Mr K reportedly has pension We have had enough of reckless talk we have iad enough lion of impulsive ac MOSCOW Khru shchev isreceiying a pension of 1000 rubles a month usually reliable sourcessaid Thursday and has a chauffeurdriven car at his disposal A thousand ru bles equals at the official rate These sources gave the Khru shchevs address as 3 Gra novsky St l The former Kremlin chief was All the while he insisted he wasnt going to offer hisopinion of Barry Goldwater He said The people dont give a linker dont care what I think about my opponent Inside The Globe said to have taken a fourroom apartment in a big red brick apartment house a block from his former Kremlin office The Granovsky address is an old building put up in the 1920s to house Kremlin officials This is a short side street normally heavily patrolled by uniformed and plainclothes policemen Other tenants in the building include former Premier Vya chcslav Molotov whom Khru shchev consigned to oblivion after a Kremlin power struggle n 1957 Thursday on a windup whistlestop The Republican nominee for the White House took to a cam paign train after a journey through and a de mand that the NDemocrats de nounce Cpmmuriists and their He said publications were pulling for the defeat of Republican candi dates Goldwater key noted a five stop railroad journey to Pitts burgh with a complaint that President Johnson had used false and degrading tricks against him He tells the public I want to tear up their Socia Security cards Goldwater sai in a speech for Lewistown Pav There is not an ounce p truthin this smear and my opponent knows that full well The whistlestop tour Goldwaters third campaign bray into Pennsylvania a stat he believes the GOP ticket ca carry if the Democrats are held to a 250000vote margin in Phil adelphia An Oshkosh Wiscrowd rose to cheer him Wednesdaywhen the Arizona senator brewed into his presidential bid the charge that Democrats hav Commu nist backers Brandishing a copy of The Worker Goldwater told some that ever thinks of helping me he declared I am going to tell him to get out And all I am asking of my opponents is to do the same thing Goidwater tossed a com plaint against US newspapers Citing The he said Many times in the press in this ountry 11 read a 1m osti verbatim what has been written ini this Communist sheet Goldwater said For exam ple Goldwaters backers are without doubt still planning last miniate smoke screens provoca ions and dead cats to smell up he atmosphere I people auditorium in a the high school Communisl Clear Lake news 3 Editorials 4 478 MO 11 Society news Sports news Cub Gazette Latest markets 12 Mason City news 1213 Comics 14 Transit timetable 16 Classified pages 1617 North Iowa news The apartment opposite Khrushchevs was reported occupied by the former Red army Marshal Gcorgi Zhukov whom Khrushchev fired as de fense minister in 1957 Other top Kremlin officials whose addresses also are offi cially listed in the Granovsky building are Khrushchevs suc cessor in the premiership Al exci N Kosygin and Commu newspaper has urged voters to smash Goldwaterism I havent heard a Demo cratic candidate yet say he doesnt want the Communis party working for him Gold water said Now I am not accusing any Democrat of being a Commu nist but I am getting a little sick and tired of their not de Refuses to blame teens for marijuana HAMPTON Hampton Chief of Police C C KotheV said Thursday he quite go along with the idea that teen agers are responsible for a cache of marijuana found in an abandoned home here Tues day v The idea that teenagers might be the ones who left the worth of hemp drying in j the house was expounded Wednes day by Ralph Jones Franklin County deputy sheriff1 who is assisting Kothe in the investi gation Jones pointed out that it was two teenage who informed authorities of the hemp in the house on the south east part of Hampton Kothe confirmed thattwo girls had brought a sample of the hemp to his office but said he is withholding the girls nist party Presidium members Mikhail Suslov and Dmitry Po lyansky nouncing this party this Comnames because of fear of re munist group not denouncinglprisai against them their backing Goldwater said the Democrats are forever demanding that he repudiate the support of some organizations I am not worried about these groups but I am a littie worried aboul Communists he said If I know of any Communist There were no new leads in thecaseThursday Kothe added He also saidthat the house in which the hemp was found is about Wi miles from a plant which used hemp to manufac ture rope and twine during World War II The plant now is owned by the Maytag Co American 2 Reds share Nobel prize STOCKHOLM AP Two Russians and an American were awarded the 1964 Nobel Prize for physics jointly Thursday for their contributions to the nuser light beam They are Professors Nikolay Basov and Aleksander Prochorov of Moscow and Charles Hard Townes of the Massachusetts Instilute of Tech nology Townes 49 and a native of Greenville SC will receive half of the prize for his pioneering research on the mas er beam in 1951 con ceived of the idea for the mas er which greatly amplifiei radio signals and has led to a revolulion in radio andphysics Townes and iis students at Columbia University also coin ed the word maser which means microwave amplification by stimulated emission of radia tion Basov 42 and Prochorov 48 will share the other half of the prize They are members of the Lebedev Institute for Physics of the Soviet Academy of Science The Nobel Committee of the Royal Swedish Academy of Science which chooses the phy sics winner cited the Soviet American trio for basic re search vifithin quantum electron ics which has fed to production V of oscillators and amplifiers according to the maserlaser principle The maser beam is a scien tific relative of the electrically operated laser development of which was announced independ ently by General Electric and the International Business Ma chine Corp in the United States two years ago Laser is short for light amplification by stim ulated emission of radiation Lasers are devices which emit pencilthin concentrated beams of red light all of one color or frequency As concentrated energy a laser can instantly burn a hole through a diamond Wilh less intense but equally precise aim it has welded detached ret inas of the human eye back in place A laser beam aimed at the moon spread out so bttle in the interval of nearly a quarter million miles that it lighted only a small area of the moon and the light bouncing back was detected on earth Lasers have been mentioned for possi ble use in burning out equip ment of enemy rocket missiles or spying satellites The possible uses of the laser are practically unlimited It is expected to revolutionize com munications in the future as well as have great importance to medicine To understand the function of the laser it is suitable first to look at the maser or microwave amplifier This can be a syn thetic rviby at which are radiat ed microwaves whereby Ihe electrons arc pumped up to a high level If weak radio signals are sent through the maser the elec trons fall back into their normal orbits and a strong wave leaves the maser instrument Scientisls say there is a pos sibilily that Ihe maser one day may he able to receive radio signals from intelligent beings in other solar systems British woman chemistry winner STOCKHOLM Sweden A woman biochemist at Oxford University England was awarded the Nobel prize for chemistry Thursday Dorothy 54 won the 1964 prize for her work in determining by xray tech niques of the structures of im portant biochemical compounds   

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