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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 21, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                SViet The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Quat still in power SAIGON South Viet Nam A lightning se ries of raids Thursday night and Friday blocked an attempt to overthrow Premier Phan Huy Quats government and the South Vietnamese military high command Quat said one rebel officer was killed resisting arrest Reliable sources said at least 50 other plotters including a colonel and several majors were arrested They were being held at the heavily guarded police headquarters in Saigon Several of the key plotters were reported still at large said the coup attempt was the work of dissident mili tary men who tried in Novem ber and again in February to take power is a Vietnamese affair said a US spokesman adding that the embassy was aware that several plots against the government and the military command were boiling up the spokesman said Ambas sador Maxwell D Taylor had been fully informed of devel opments He went ahead with a planned inspection trip to the northern part of the country Quat charged that the Com munist Viet Cong had a role in the attempted coup but did not give details of this American sources said knew of no evidence Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 21 1965 lOe copy Thil Paper ConsUti of Three Section Section One Auoclated mil Lcue No U Iowa withholding they that the Viet Cong were in fact in volved Meanwhile nearly 100 U S and South Vietnamese war planes ranged north of the 17th PHAN HUY QUAT Still in control Parallel Friday bombing a mili tary barracks Communist gun boats and a radar site in North Viet Nam A military spokesman said 44 US Air Force and Vietnamese Skyraiders set z military bar racks aflame about 200 miles south of Hanoi Raiders hit the radar site on Hon Hieu Island Another 25 US planes dam aged three 80foot North Viet namese boats plying a river near Vinh about 160 miles South of the Communist capital They encountered heavy groundfire but returned safely A jet plane returning Ambas sador Taylor to Saigon from Da Nang was hit in the nose by one round of smallarms groundfire but no one aboard knew it until the plane landed in Saigon An informant said the plane appar ently was hit 53 miles south of Da Nang Cudahy quits at Omaha OMAHA AP After four years of red ink and labor bitter ness Cudahy Packing Co has given up on the million facility it once called the most modern and efficient meat pack ing plant in the industry Cudahy has fired more than 1000 employes in a final dispute with members of the United Packinghouse Food and Allied Workers and offered the Omaha plant for lease or sale The firm founded here more than threequarters of a century ago has announced itwill move its headquarters elsewhere It didnt say where The Cudahy board of directors decided Monday to close the plant The board said in a state ment that ever since it opened in 1961 the Omaha plant has been losing money These Oma ha losses were in large part the result of high labor production costs Ever since they began management has tried to re duce them by attempting to im prove productivity The statement said the union had refused to cooperate and his refusal was block that could come a stumbling not be over A Idpoint proposal designed to improve efficiency was and re no jected by the union counter proposal was offered the directors said Packinghouse Union President Ralph Helstein accused the com pany of trying1 to put on the backs of the employes the errors of management Pholofax TIRED this is just traffic patrolman Vic Ciancas way of telling a slug gish Pittsburgh motorist to wake up This and other an tics won Cianca the plaudits of viewers on televisions Candid Camera last Decem ber Betting bill is virtually dead US slap rejected byUN UNITED NATIONS NY AP UN Security Coun cil rejected Friday a Soviet res olution calling for condemna tion of the US for sending military forces to the Dominican Republic and demanding their immediate withdrawal Nikolai T Fedorenko the chief Soviet delegate insisted upon pressing the resolution The vote on condemnation was 1 for 6 against and 4 abstain ing The vote on withdrawal was 2 for 6 against and 3 ab staining The Ivory Coast Malaysia and France abstained on with drawal Those three plus Jor dan abstained on condemnation The United Slates Britain The Netherlands Bolivia Uru uay and Nationalist China voled against both provisions US Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson made the request for cooperation with the OAS in a resolution introduced in the 11 nation council He asked for its prompt and unanimous adop lion Uruguayan Ambassador Per jnando Orliz Sanz ignored the US move He proposed insteac that the council adopt a revisec Uruguayan resolution whicl stressed that the council ha prime responsibility in the uation The revised con tained a provision calling on a states to abstain from givin direct or indirect assistance o military aid to factions in th conflict This was regarded as a sla at the United States which ha been accused of giving mil tary support to the civilianmil tary junta The United State has asserted its forces arc un der instructions to observe neu trality and fire only when fire upon Taylors jet hit by bullet SAIGON Viet Nam A bullet fired from the ground hit a jet transport bearing Am bassador Maxwell D Taylor from Saigon to Da Nang Friday but nobody aboard was hurt a U1S military spokesman said Taylor flew to the Da Nang air base 380 miles northeasl of Saigon to visit US Marine Corps units there The bullet hole was discov ered in the nose section when the T39 twinjet Sabre liner landed after making a lowlevel flight over Ihe Chu Lai area 53 miles south of Da Nang One source said Ihe plane apparenl ly was hit over that area Toledo milk supply dried up by strike Ohio AP Sale of powdered milk and canned evaporated milk took a sharp upturn Friday as this citys 350 000 residents headed into a weekend in which fresh milk wont be delivered to their door steps or be available at neigh borhood stores The milk supply was just about dried up by a strike early Wednesday ofTeamsters Local 361 against the six major Toledo dairies DES MOINES Sen ates bill to legalize parimutuel betting on horse and dog races was on the verge of being a dead issue Friday Laden with about 60 amend ments the measure was getting nowhere in the Thursday night session of the Senate and was sent to the Judiciary Commit tee on a 3027 vote Sen Howard Reppert DDes Moincs chief sponsor of the bill did not accept this sidetracking as defeat He said he was op timistic that the Judiciary Com mittee headed by Sen George Hopes session will end by Memorial Day DES MOINES AP Gov Harold Hughes was asked by newsmen Friday when he thinks the current legislative will end He replied session I have always expected them to wind it up before Memoria Day I will be awfully disap pointed if they dont Hughes said it is time for the two houses of the legislature to quit bouncing these bills back and forth because of little amendments and pass someo them or else some importan measures may be left unpassec when the session ends The session now has run a record 131 days OMalley D DCS Moines still lad time to work the bill over and bring it back to the floor Time was running short how ever as legislative leaders hope 0 end the session by the end of next week During a debate that lasted an lour and a half the Senate adopted seven amendments re jected three others and saw hree withdrawn Then it abruptly decided by he close vote to turn to other business when Sen Eugene Hill DNewton moved to refer the Dill to OMalleys committee for study Nine Democrats and 21 Re publicans supported Hills mo ion It was opposed by 24 Demo crats and 3 Republicans Eight of the 15 Judiciary Com mittee members voted for refer ral Those voting against the Hill motion were Democrats Burns Burke Cassidy Coleman Condon Den man Dodds Elvers Ely Floy Frommelt Hagedorn Hanson Keying Kibbie Klefstad Mc Nally Mincks Murray Nims Patton Reno Reppert and Shir ley North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness ane cooler Friday night with scat tered showers and thunder storms affecting 40 to 60 per cent of the area lows in up per 50s Partly cloudy anc cooler Saturday highs arounc 70 Weather Details on Page 1 FISH RETRIEVER Jack is a bird dog but the end of the quailhunting season doesnt bother him He just starts fishing The brown and white setter which does most of his fishing in a lake near Hamilton Ga does not actually hook the fish But once it is on the line he is in the water and a Plibtotax bream or bass hasnt a chance Left to right Jack waits on the bank until the fish is hooked he swims back with a bream in his mouth climbs upon the bank and then deposits the catch near the feet of his owner Inside The Globe Mason City news 67 Latest markets 7 North Iowa news 8 Sports 910 Clear Lake news 10 Society news 11 Editorials 12 Comics 13 Classified pages 1415 CAESAR DIES ELGIN 111 S Caesar 72 one of the founders of Greyhound Corp and re tired president and chairman of the bus firm died Wednesday Caesar who had started a bus line in 1916 between Superior Wis and Duluth Minn formed the Greyhound Corp with Eric Wickman in 1925 ics Carl Dominican Republic ceasefire observed SANTO DOMINGO Domini ican Republic AP A 24hour ceasefire between junta and rebel forces started at noon Fri day to permit removal of dead and wounded from Santo Domin gos battletorn northern sub urbs The Red Cross and the United Nations negotiated the agree ment to suspend the fiveday battle which has caused a death toll estimated at more than 100 I have every hope that this 24hour ceasefire will be pcr Dominican Red Cross told a US troops have been actively Initial push by Senate Tavern hours extended DBS M01NES Senats Democrats pushed through a state income tax withholding measure Friday sending the bill to the House on a 3324 partyline vote A motion was adopted to limit debate on the measure Sen John Walker ItWilliams tha only one to speak on the bill said I see no way possible I can ask my constituents to pay nearly two years taxes in one Sens Leo Elthon RFertile and Daryl Nims DAmes did not vote The Senate defeated 3127 an amendment by Sen Tom Riley DCedar Rapids to pay employ ers for withholding the taxes from paychecks for the state Opponents said thff withhold ing bookkeeping is relatively simple for large employers with accounting machines and is not a large task for those with few employes They said withholding is part of the cost of doing busi ness that should not be paid for by the state The measure before the Sen ate was a rewritten version of a bill debated earlier but de ferred when it was discovered to contain stenographic errors The new measure incorporates amendments adopted inearlier debate onthe bill and generally carries out the original meas ures provisions for withholding the state taxes much as federal taxes are withheld Gov Harold Hughes asked for the withholding and esti mated it would bring the state a windfall of about million in the biennium beginning July manent Dr dez Martinez Luis F Fernan president of the Status of legislation Republicans Briles Riley and Schroeder All others voled yes except Main and Elthon who were ab sent The bill soughtto permit bet ting at all existing race tracks and to allow the construction of two commercial tracks By THE ASSOCIATED IRESS SF553 To restore power of state superintendent of public instruction to set minimum standards for schools Passed House and returned to Senate for action on amendments HF482 To establish a civil service system for state em ployes Passed House pending in Senate HF477 To legalize union shop labor contracts Passed House pending in the Senate HF676 To establish a State Mediation and Conciliation Com mission to help settle labor dis putes and strikes Passed House pending in Senate SJR24 To amend the Constitu tion to provide permanent ground rules for legislative re apportionment Passed both houses in conference commit tee system of area vocalibnaltech nical schools and junior colleges Passed both houses in confer ence committee HF680 To increase the state cigarette tax from five to eight cents a package Passed House pending in Senate SF279 To legalize betting at horse and dog races in Iowa In Senate Judiciary Committee SF550 To provide for a state ing of state income taxes from paychecks much as federal in come taxes are withheld Pend ing in Senate HJR8 To raise pay of legisla tors from to a day seven days a week while legislature in session Passed House pend ing in Senate HFW5 To enable county boards of supervisors with ap SF583 To repeal five mills of of the voters to establish the office of public defender Passed House pending in Sen ate SF591 To appropriate mil lion a year from road funds for Highway Commission adminis tration Passed Senate pending in House SF568 To increase the number of state senators from 59 to 61 to give thickly populated areas more Senate representation Passed Senate pending in House the sixmill moneys and credits tax as it applies to individuals estates and trusts and to replace the revenue with an additional threefourths of one per cent in come tax on personal taxable income of a year and over Passed Senate pending in House SF605 To raise the state cor poration income tax rate from three to four per cent Passed Senate pending in House SF600 To establish withhold icwsman But the junta president Brig en Antonio Imbcrt Barrera vhose forces have cut deep into rebel positions in the northern part of the capital vowed to carry his attack into the main nsurgent stronghold in down own Santo Domingo He hinted his would happen next week Rebel spokesmen acknowl edged that their northern forces were being encircled with their backs to the Ozama River Imberttold a newsman It is now too late for a permanenl easefire such as the United Nations and the Organization of American Slates have been trying to arrange We have renewed our mili ary operations and they cannot be stopped he declared We want to avoid bloodshed f possible and we are giving every chance to those in the reb cl area to surrender or to come out But we have to take Ihe rebel slronghold very soon and bring peace back lo Ihe coun try US military aulhorities an nounced that a Marine was killed by rebel fire Wednesday night after he and another Marine accidentally drove their truck into insurgent territory The body of the dead Marine who was not identified was re turned to US authorities The other man Pic Leslie Mykle o Utica NY was released by the rebels The Marines death brought to 19 the number of American killed since US forces landed in the Dominican Republic more than three weeks ago The Johnson administration denied reports in news dispatch es from Santo Domingo tha FOCUS on North Iowa Weather doubles cost of road repairs By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director Although the temperature now hovers in the mid70s and trees hang heavy with loaves evi dence continues to pour in at testing to Ihe severity of North latest winter and spring This newest evidence comes from the areas county engi necrs The evidence these men are providing hits the taxpayer where it hurts the pocketbook With work barely started the engineers estimate that the cost to taxpayers for repairing and maintaining the areas county roads this year will be about double the expense for a normal year For example in Ccrro Gordo County County Engineer War ren Davison believes it will take between 150000 and 160000 tons of rock and gravel to get the rural roads back in shape In a normal year this spring repair work involves about 80000 tons of the surfacing products As a result the cost of repair ing and maintaining Ccrro Gordo Countys rural roads this spring probably will run about also double the normal cost This cost could go even higher Davison warns because extra trucks will have to be put out to handle the increased re pair load Without exception the areas county engineers call the rural road conditions this spring the worst they ever have seen John Berry county engineer in Worth County since 1927 points out that spring breakups in spots arc normal on rural roads but that this spring the breakups went on for miles Normally Berry continued Worth County uses 80000 to 90 000 Ions of gravel during spring repair work This total could run as high as 170000 this year The cost for the repair work in Worth County this year could be as high as 120000 Last year a good year for repair work FOCUS Turn to 2 elping the junta force crush le rebels Cyrus R Vance deputy de ense secretary told a news onference in Santo Domingo lat President Johnsons orders hat impartiality be observed by American troops have been made crystal clear to all US iiilitary commands in the Do minican Republic lowan held for killing SOCORRO AP An owa youth was in a western Vew Mexico jail Friday await ng charges in an Arizona slay ng State police said Wesley Gene Kelly 19 of Eddyville Iowa ave a written statement in the hooting death Wednesday of Oliver Ellis 60 Pueblo Colo Ellis body was found in a cul ert under US 60 near Globe iz Thursday Asst Ally Edmund Kase said he was awaiting probable extradition proceedings by Ari zona authorities The bloodstained station wag on driven fay Kelly was stopped at a roadblock west of Quemado after Arizona officers had chased it at speeds up to 110 miles per hour 1 Withholding would begin next Jan 1 lowans in 1966 would ba paying taxes on 1966 income through withholding at the same time they are paying taxes on 1965 income under the present system This overlapping payment would produce the windfall which the Democratic adminis tration said would go into a fund for major capital improve ments The measure would require and employer to withhold an amount approximately equal to the employes tax liability based on tables prepared by the Iowa Tax Commission In the House meanwhile a bill permitting beer taverns to stay open an hour later includ ing Saturday nights was passed 7441 by the Iowa House The measure goes to the Sen ate A similar bill to extend tha operating hours of liquor by tha drink establishmcnls was on Ihe agenda The bill would allow beer tav erns to slay open until 2 am during the week and 1 am on Saturday night They now aro required to close al 1 am through the week and at mid night on Saturday Another provision would pro vide that they could nol open unlil 7 am on any day Rep Raymond Fisher R Grand Junction said Ihis was to make the beer law on opening hours uniform with the liquor by tht drink law Minnesota lawmakers order Sunday closing remaining ST PAUL Minn Minnesota Senate Friday passed a bill aimed at prohibiting dis count stores from open on Sunday The measure goes to the House The bill would ban sales on Sunday of household furnishings utensils and appliances and or dinary wearing apparel The senate also passed a bill to authorize use public funds to provide school bus transport ation for pupils in two Stearns County school districts who at tend private and parochial schools The measure goes to the House If it becomes law it is expected to provide a test of the legality of the use of tax money to pay for transportation of private and parochial school pupils If such expenditure isupheld increased efforts would be ex pected in the next legislature for enactment of a statewide bill SAME v V   

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