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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Viet Nam confusion continues Press efforts to oust Khanh SAIGON South Viet Nam AP South Viet Nams new junta negotiated long distance with Lt Gen Nguyen Khanh Monday as it tried to carry through its ouster of the armed forces chief and get him out of the country Three members of the Armed Forces Council were reported back from Dalat where they have been dickering with the former strong man There was speculation that they offered Khanh a post abroad to get him to agree to leave South Viet Nam Military leaders in Saigon had announced that Khanh had agreed to step down but said later he had asked to meet with a fullsession of the Armed Forces Council to discuss his future One report said Brig Gen Nguyen Chanh Thi impatient with Khanhs stalling had threatened to drop paratroops in the Dalai area 200 miles north east of Saigon New military activity around Saigon Airport kept tension up Unconfirmed reports cir culated that the Young Turk generals who toppled Khanh had already begun squabbling One report said the 1st Corps commander Brig Gen Nguyen Chanh Thi and the air force commander Brig Gen Nguyen Cao Ky were contending for power The military leaders con ferred throughout the night be hind barricades at the Saigon airport The airport was re opened to traffic at dawn but at noon troops loaded antiaircraft guns around the airport head quarters building and drew up recoilless rifles at entrances to the field indicating that the cri sis was not over An unconfirmed report said the 5th Cavalry unit of about 40 tanks might still be loyal to Khanh Despite all the alarms and threats there had been no shooting since the latest upheaval began Friday The generals of the Armed Forces Council decided to oust Khanh after crushing an at tempted coup against him Fri day Sunday they stripped him of his title of commander in chief named Maj Gen Tran The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 22 UOc a Paper of Two One Associated Tress Full Lease WlrM No 12 cites youths task Years of misunderstanding George Washington had feelings too GEORGE By RUSSELL LANDSTROM WASHINGTON CROSSING Pa AP That widely held impression of George Washing ton as a cold fish is at last giv ing way to a more human and appealing image a historian said on his birthday Ann Hawkes Hutlon author of several books and a play about Washington and chairman of the Washington Crossing Park Commission said that more and more Americans are finding unexpected warmth in the per sonality of the father of his country For a long time she said in an interview Washington has been overshadowed in the popular imagination by the heart and humor of Abraham Lincoln the dash of Andrew Jackson the sophistication of noted leader Thomas Jefferson The usual thing Mrs Hut ton continued was to call Washington a great man and let it go at that Great but touching no sympathetic chord Now however Americans finally are discarding those timeworn ideas of Washington as forbiddingly aloof coldly re mote a legendary figure rather than one of life and blood who suffered acutely who knew what it meant to be hard up and in debt who was as sensitive as most men to criticism who was fond of children and grieved that he had none of his own and had his share of faults Every year we welcome thousands of visitors to this shrine she said They come from all the states and dozens of other countries They have been telling us the last few years how much more they appreciate the character of Washington and that they feel he has been mis understood This is true even among grade school children Many of these ask keen questions far removed from that Father I cannot tell a lie tale which probably has alienated more people than it has pleased Enrich human value craft crashed into the Moon travelers Walk softly and carry a big stick By DAVE SMITH PASADENA Calif UP The first man on the moon should walk softly and carry a big stick So says the head ofa scientific team studying more than 7000 pictures beamed to earth early Satur day in the final 23 minutes before the Ranger 8 space Van Minh temporary acting chairman of the council or chief of the armed forces and voted to send Khanh into exile I Khanh who had held power for nA months flew to Dalat Saturday to try to muster sup port but his plane ran out of gas there Apparently fearing an attack by Khanhs followers the members of the council barri caded themselves inside the air port and conferred among themselves and with American advisers Ky the air force commander ordered fighterbombers to cir cle the area in search of parti sans of Khanh who were report ed readying a tank attack on the airport US Air Force Brig Gen Robert Rowland who has me diated previous disputes per suaded Ky to refrain from any bombing So far the civilian government of Premier Phan Huy Quat did not appear to be affected by the military maneuvering Gen Minh the new armed forces commander is known as Little Minh to distinguish him from Maj Gen Duong Van Minh or Big Minh who led the coup that overthrew President Ngo Dinh Diem Khanh sup planted Big Minh in January 1964 US officials in Washington said Quats government seemec to be intact despite the military maneuvering and there was no question of the United States discontinuing its military and economic aid French Foreign Ministe Maurice Couve de Murville saic in a television broadcast in Washington Sunday night tha the United States should seek political solution of the Viet namcse crisis at once throng negotiations Much time In been lost al ready he said on the CBS show Face the Nation He said he was not sure the Com munists would be interested in a negotiated settlement You should ask the North Vietnamese he said It seems to me it would be to their interest to negotiate Couvc dc Murville conferred with President Johnson and Sec retary of State Dean Rusk and was to see UN SecretaryGen eral U Thant in NewYork to day North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy with snow Monday night and Tuesday Warmer Monday night lows 8 north west to 15 southeast Consid erably colder Tuesday highs UU Weather Details On of the moon jth Dr Gerard P Kuiper chief of the fiveman analysis team said the photographic bonanza indicates the lunar surface may be a froth of dust and fragile lava that might hide dangerous tunnels and caverns This could be very tricky and treacherous stuff said Kuiper of the University of Ari zona Many parts of the moon might be hard enough to sup port weight but an explorer could not assume that he would be safe everywhere e five men disagreed about what the new highquality pho tos showed but agreed that they were not surprised The insectshaped Ranger 8s six television cameras returned sharp closeups of lunar moun tains and plains in the final minutes of its death plunge into the flat broad dusty Sea of Tranquillity 15 miles from its original target Its impact point It may be that the first as tronauts would be wise to carry long poles to probe the surface ahead of them to be sure it would hold their weight As with the 4316 photos re layed last July 31 by Ranger 7 70 miners lost in mine explosion TOKYO gas explo sion tore through a coal mine in Hokkaido Monday and police said 70 miners were trapped Two bodies were recovered was 1000 miles east of where Ranger 7 crashed in the Mare Cognitum Kuiper said he saw evidence that much of the moons surface is covered with three to six fee of loose lavalike material similar to tunnelcoursed cav ernmarked lava areas on Ha waii He that the ma terial is volcanic overflow a thin crust of solidified foam But Ewen A Whitaker Kuip ers associate at Arizona said he felt the surface which he also believes is foamy lava would hold the weight of soft landing manned spacecraft Dr Harold Urey of the Uni MANY BULLET HOLES This is a view of the lectern on the stage of anupper ball room where black nationalist leader Malcolm X was assassinated Newsman points to circled bullet holes One charged in X slaying Phntofax on the lectern Malcolm was shot as he rose to ad dress a meeting of his followers Other bullet holes are circled at the rear of the stage Frozen but he is alive Man found in avalanche Difficult job awaits young LEXINGTON Ky AP resident Johnson addressing limself to the younger genera on said Monday Your task is ifferent and more difficult than ny that have gone before It is our central task to make this world serve to enrich he dignity and the value of the luman being Johnson said in speech prepared for a Foun ers Day centennial convoca ion at the University of Ken ucky Johnson made only fleeting cference to foreign problems devoting all of his remarks to vhat he called the great trans cendent issues which affect the ife of nearly every human jeing on this planet for Inside The Globe Editorials Comics Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 Society news 89 Sports news 1112 Bowling news 13 Clear Lake news 1415 versity of California at La Jolla said the lunar surface may be blanketed by 50 to 60 feet of dust Several craters of that depth he said showed at their bottoms a whitish button which may be the moons solid core beneath the dust NEW YORK AP Police im New York and Chicago kept wary guard Monday against any effort to avenge the assassina tion of Malcolm X fiery counse lor of violence in the Negro civil rights movement The rebel Black Muslim who broke from the parent group to form his own sect was shot down by conspirators here Sun day as he stepped forward to address a meeting of his follow Dr Eugene Shoemaker an other team member said he ers North Iowa news 16 Classified pages 1617 doesnt believe pictures can re veal the surfaces strength but added that the photos did show the surfaces of the seas where Rangers 7 and 8 crashed to be1 substantially the same The team will continue study ing the giant photogfaphic har vest for months well beyond the scheduled launching of Ran ger 9 in midMarch Police seized a young Negro man wounded in the leg during the disorder caused by the slay ing and charged him with horn icide The FBI identified the man as Talmadge Hayer 22 alias o name his assassins at t he meeting Sunday in the Audubon Ballroom in a racially mixed section of Upper Manhattan Malcolm got up exchanged an Islamic alekim peace unto he congregation of 500 and started to speak But the blasts From shotguns and pistols cu him down after three words Brothers and sisters The man who advised Ne groes to form rifle clubs to figh the devil white man for civi rights to use ballots or bul lets apparently was dead be fore his body hit the floor Globe wins press award Thomas Hayer whose last known address was 347 Mar shal St Patterson NJ Other persons were sought in the plot police described as an apparent outgrowth of the 15 month feud between Malcolm X and the Black Muslims headed by Elijah Muhammad in Chica go Police however did not re port any evidence of a link he It he was he who had spoken o assassination of twcen the assassins and Mu hammads faithful In Chicago special police de tails were hammads and Mosque of Islam No 2 in the wake of unconfirmed re The GlobeGazette Monday eceived an award for out landing typography at the an ual winter meeting of the In and Daily Press Association in Chicago The GlobeG a z e 11 e was warded honorable mention among letterpress newspapers f 25000 to 75000 circulation in he 26th annual contest spon sored by Northwestern Univer sitys Medill School of Journal sm for he press associations member newspapers Presiden John F Kennedy as a case he chickens coming home roost The Kennedy remark ostens bly was the cause of the spl and Mu observer was Ma colms desire to seize power and that Muhammad used the chickens remark as an e x cuse to oust his New York lieu tenant The feud divided even mem jers of Malcolms own family Two brothers active Black between Malcolm X hammad But many believed the cause KETCHIKAN Alaska AP Einar Myllyla is partly froze but alive He lived for 79 hours under a avalanche of snow and crushed buildings at the devastated Granduc mining camp in north west British Columbia A Finnish construction worker in his 30s Myllyla is one of 130 miners who survived Thurs days giant slide off Le Due Gla cier near the CanadianAlaska border He was pulled from the ruins of a bunkhouse by rescu ers Sunday afternoon then hos pitalized at Ketchikan He was reported partly frozen and in serious condition A bachelor from Minnipea Man Myllyla was saved by an air pocket in the cold wet dark In his only reference to cign policy Johnson said We cannot and will not withdraw from this world We are too rich too powerful and two important And we arc too concerned Saying that the younger gen eration those under 25 con stitute the worlds Johnson said You majority inherit a ness Doctors here said they are amazed Myllyla could survive for more than three days He was weak and emaciated Parts of his arms and legs were fro he had no broken was flown out of the mountainringed copper mining site by helicopter When he ar rived in Ketchikan his arms were wrapped in bandages His hands were the color of chalk Dr James Wilson said Mylly zen but bones Myllyla TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Police Sgt Alvin Aronoff grips the arms of Talmadge Hayer 22 who was taken to Jewish Memorial Hospital in New York after the slaying of black nationalist leader Malcolm X Hagan was hospitalized with a bullet wound in his leg posted outside Mu threestory house Muslims in Grand Detroit could not ports that six members of Mal colms AfroAmerican Union had departed from New York on Dcpt Ncwhouse S c h o o 1 of p f Rapids and be reached This award was the to the first Inland GlobeGazefte since the Globe has risen to the 2500075000 class While in the 10000 to 25000 class in 1953 and 1954 it placed second and third respectively The 25000 mark was broken in 1955 by the Glob eGazetle which now has a circulation ol about 27000 Judges who selected the win ncrs from 242 newspapers in the contest were Edmund C Graphic Art Bundscho typographers Chi cago First in the division which in luded the GlobeGazette is the Kitchener Ont Record with a 36500 circulation Other ners in I h e class along circulations are Elyria Ohio hronicteT e I e g r a m 26753 Kankakee III Journal 28833 and Saginaw Mich News 53 win with 521 circu other There were five other lation categories Two Iowa newspapers received awards The Spencer Daily Reporter placed second among letterpress newspapers under 10000 circulation The Des Moines Tribune won honorable mention among letterpress newspapers over 75000 circula tion i He lived by the sword Queens hy fire being evicted was bombs from the dwelling which wa purchased by Black Muslim do nations before his break will Muhammad For months Malcolm ha spoken of a conspiracy agains for comment But in Boston a sister who sided with Malcolm Ella Mae Collins said his death will be avenged Police said at least five per sons were believed involved in the killing as Malcolm X re portedly was preparing to iden ify assassins he charged hac een seeking his life The FBI said the only notation n Hayers record was an arrest n a charge of possession of sto en property in Passaic NJ on Mov 7 1963 No disposition o he charge was noted At the time of the homicidi arrest police had identified th prisoner as Thomas Hagan It could not be learned wheth er Hayer is a Black Muslim Leaders of the sect whic had been accused by Malcolm X of plotting his death denied any knowledge of the killing Malcolm X had been ousted in 1963 from the sect headed by Elijah Muhammad of Chicago and founded a rival group At the Chicago headquarters of the Black Muslims a spokes man for the groups newspaper Muhammad Speaks laid of the assassination This could not la would have to thaw out be fore a decision could be made on surgery He expressed fear several fingers and toes may have to be removed He said parts of Myllyla were frozen solid Tensions in Middle East boil CAIRO AP East German President Walter Ulbricht sailed toward Egypt Monday for the visit with President Gamal Ab del Nasser that has produced a crisis in relations between West Germany and the Arabs The Bonn government fears Ulbrichts visit may mean the United Arab Republic plans to recognize the Communist East German regime despite West German threats to cut economic aid and break relations with Cairo Nasser told a rally Sunday the United States was at the bottom world with great danger tha largest difficulties and the most promising destiny in history He added No longer can we ignore the hopes of the poor and the oppressed And for the first time we have the power to fulfill those hopes You may witness a rebirth of hope or the ruin of civilization the defeat of misery or the destruction of man Thesa are the choices which you too are called upon to make As an American citizen to day you are also a citizen of the world Your cause is truly the cause of all mankind Elaborating on his theme that the central task of the younger generation is to make the world serve to enrich the dignity and value of human beings Johnson said We will do this not through riches power or comfort You will find meaning only by shar ing in responsibilities the gers and the passions of your time A great American John F Kennedy told us to ask what we could do for our country By asking you will not only help others but you will be giving purpose lo your own life Think of how much there to do You must rebuild the cities of America and rescue the countryside from destruction You must wipe out poverty and eliminate racial injustice You must labor for peace and free dom and an end to misery all around the world The Great Society will offer you the chance to do this work It does not promise luxury and comfort and a life of ease It does promise every American a chance to enrich his spirit and share in the great common en terprise of our people Your energy and your sacri fice are needed It is our job to tap those resources and help provide the chance to serve Johnson outlined the various programs in which he said vol unteers are needed starting with the Peace Corps and in eluding volunteers in the war against poverty women to help his He reportedly plannec have been done by our people Photofac FOLLOWER HELD Reuben Francis 33 right has his hands handcuffed behind him as a police officer leads him from a Manhattan police sta tion after he was charged with felonious assault and illegal possession of a pistol Police said Francis a follower of Malcolm X shot and wounded Talmadge Hayer atlhe rally where Malcolm wfcp killed of the United Arab Republics feud with Bonn over shipment of West German arms to Israel Nasser charged that Washing ton organized an international conspiracy to send Israel arms via West Germany because it did not want to do it openly He said Chancellor Ludwig Erhards government gave in to ressure from the United States against the wishes of the West German people If it is not in dependent then we will have to deal with it on that basis Nas ser declared West Germany halted arms shipments to Israel because of Nassers objections The governmentcontrolled Cairo press said leaders of the Arab world would draw up a statement warning that any West German reprisals against the UAR would be viewed as actions against the entire Arab world deprived children prepare tor success in school community action programs in every com munity in an effort to wipe out poverty and restoration and protection of beauty in America In every area of national need the story is the same Johnson said The Great Socie ty cannot be built either at home or abroad by govern YOUTHS Continued on 2   

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