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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                T h e n spa per that makes all North I o w a n s neighbors Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 9 IMS UOc a Ptper of Two Oat Full Wlrei 154 Singapore cuts ties Drops Malaysian federation Now independent Phototax SINGAPORE INDEPENDENT Singapore underlined Monday broke from the Federation of Malaysia and became independent Other former British territories in the federation are Malaya Sarawak and Sabah North all distin guished in black Snipers strike Plane clowned SAIGON Viet Nam W Viet Cong riflemen sniped Monday atgovernment forces camp at Due Co and shot down a US Air Force F100 fighter flying in support of the relief operation Cavalry elements attached to roadclearing troops on Eoute 19 took W I some sniper fire with light VI TT c1 W Branch icy folk po By RAT CURRAN Associated Press Writer WEST BRANCH last time Herbert Hoover visited this rustic eastern Iowa com munity where he began life he called for a Council of Free Nations to work for world peace Seated on a cushioned stool his arms folded placidly across his chest Hoover recalled that during the 88 years of his life I have participated in many world negotiations which we hoptd would promote peace To day we have no peace On Tuesday the 91st sary of Hoovers birth and some 10 months after his death form er Vice President Richard Nixon will deliver here what Is billed as a major foreign policy ad dress Former President Dwight D Eisenhower Assistant Postmas NIXON HOOVER ter General Richard J Murphy and members and friends of the Hoover family will hear Nixon discuss the international situa tion under Hoover principles It will be the first visit to West Branch for Eisenhower and Nixon For the Hoover family the day may recall the gentle autumn afternoon last Oct 25 when the former president was buried here oh a grassy knoll overlooking the staunch little cabin where he was born Former President Harry S Truman joined thousands oi lowans in singing Happy Birth day to his White House pre decessor here three years ago Tuesday North Jowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy through Tues day Warmer west Monday night lows in upper 50s Cool er Tuesday highs in the 70s Weather details on page 2 SAME DATE1H44S2 SINGAPORE AP This is land state pulled out of the 23 monthold Federation of Malay sia Monday and immediately became embroiled with feder al Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman over relations with In donesia Premier Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore told a news confer ence Singapore wants to be friends with Indonesia which has sworn to crush Malaysia Singapore once carried on a flourishing trade with Indonesia and wants to regain it Lee declared however that cooperation with Indonesia would be impossible xmlcss the Indonesians recognize Singapore as a sovereign independent na tion In Jakarta Indonesian Deputy Premier Subandrio said Indo nesia was ready to recognize Singapore but would continue its hostile policy toward the federa tion In the federal capital of Kuala Lumpur Rahman was asked at a news conference what would happen if Singapore established diplomatic relations with Indo nesia and Red China If they do that the obvious intention is to harm our inter ests Rahman replied We cant allow that to happen We would take action Rahman told Parliament in Kuala Lumpur that Singapore and Malaysia would continue to cooperate in defense and eco nomic affairs despite secession of the federations chief port and metropolis In London Britain showed concern about the future of its bases in British military establishment cast of Suez But Lee told re porters Singapores separation from Malaysia will not effect British army air and navy bases Indonesia claims the Federa tion of Malaysia was set up to perpetuate British rule in South east Asia In Singapore riot police stood guard in Malay sections of the largely Chinese port ready for any demonstrations against se cession Singapores 12 million Chi nese 70 per cent of the popula tion began exploding firecrack ers as soon as the break was announced MalayChinese rioting killed 23 persons in July 1964 The split is the outcome of political rivalry between the Malaysian Chinese who domi nate theeconomy of the federa lion and the Malays who con trol the federal government in Kuala Lumpur The Chinese made up about 42 per cent of the federations pop ulation of 11 million and slightly outnumber the Malays But the constitution gave 104 of the 159 scats in the lower house of par liament to mainland Malaya and the Malays had most of these In a televised news confer ence Singapores Premier Lee casualties a US military spokesman said Route 19 is a crosscountry road between Qui Nhon a sup ply port on the South China Sea and Due Co near the Cambo dian frontier i US Army helicopters at temptedto rescue the fighter pilot the but found only his parachute before intense Viet Cong fire forced them to leave the area Communist forces have laid siege to the camp 220 miles northeast ofSaigon near the Cambodian border for 66 days Twelve Americans and more than 150 mountain tribesmen and Vietnamese are in the camp The Viet Cong hits the Due Co camp daily with mortars and small arms fire Two Ameri cans and 20 Vietnamese have been killed since June 3 A large Vietnamese para trooper force was sent in last Thursday to lift the siege but was driven back into the camp lines when it tried to move out against the Viet Cong Ground action in other areas continued light over the week end and into Monday US spokesmen gave this re port of military actions Government forces made a weep through the much fought ver rice paddies near Ba Gia miles west of Quang Ngai illing 17 Viet Cong and captur ng nine There were no gov rnment losses A second search and destroy peration was launched 20 miles vest of Quang Ngai but there vere no immediate reports of esults A Viet Cong regiment is nown to be in the area around Ngai and the two oper tions apparently were aimed t preventing small enemy units rom joining up for another big offensive Quang Ngai city is J30 miles northeast of Saigon A small group of government militiamen killed seven Viet ongand captured 60 pounds of TNT in an operation 6 miles outh of Da Nang No govern ment casualties were reported Viet Cong harassment contin ued in Chuong Thien Province 100 to 120 miles southwest of Saigon It was the fourth time n the last five nights that the Communists opened up on watchtowers or outposts Small arms or mortar fire were used against five targets but no gov ernment or Viet Cong casualties were reported In a government ambush 10 miles southwest of Saigon in Sinh Chanh district two Viet Cong were killed Government casualties were described as very light A US Marine patrol fought an unknown number of Viet Cong in the vicinity of Chu Lai Saturday capturing two Viet Cong There wereno Marine casualties Another Marine patrol killed three Viet Cong in a fire fight in the Da Nang area again without Marine casualties Heavy air strikes continued against suspected Viet Cong concentrations and installations LIGHT MOTORCYCLES SPEED UP MOVEMENT OF CATTLE Steer steers Cowboys go automated FORT WORTH Tex UP The burly cowboy with the continental snap brim cap waved his whip gunned the motor of the motorbike and roared off in pursuit of a dozen steers Across the way a man in a frame building shifted his earphones stared at a television set and scribbled from time to time on a report sheet And in a partially filled arena television re corded the jottings of still a third man as he tran scribed responses to the steady drone of an auc tioneers appeal The scene unfolded in the Fort Worth stock yards where closed circuit television and gasoline fumes are part of the trend to automation There wasnt a horse in sight as stockyard work ers went about the routine handling of the daily live stock receipts Competition and integritys the same but ev erything else is changing so fast you cant recognize it from one year to the next said manager John Lewis A number of yards have gone to wheels The wheels in this case are light motorcycles brought in to speed the movement of cattle along the brick alleyways winding through the maze of wooden livestock pens Men on horses once provided this service but in recent years the chore was performedon foot until motorcycles were adopted The biggest advantage has been the time saved plus the wear and tear on your men Lewis said There are a lot of miles traveled every day up and clown those alleyways Lewis said the motorbikes have spurred a new enthusiasm among the fellows although there still are those who figure cattle and motorcycles dont mix Although horses still are used in many stock yards Elmo Klingenberg the superintendent said they are impractical here because of feeding costs and the slippery brick alleys movement of cattle is essential since televised auction proceedings have helped speed transactions to approximately 110 an hour TN PURSUIT OF STRAY Urban affairs public works bill on agenda WASHINGTON AP Con gress faces another heavy work load this week in its drive for adjournment by midSeptember Two major administration measures top the legislative docket one in each chamber The Senate takes up Tuesday a Housepassed bill to create a Department of Urban Affairs to cope with the mounting prpb lems of cities The department would be headed officer by a Cabinet The following day the House will start debate on Presidenl Johnsons new public works and economic development plan a measure to help areas of chronic unemploy ment Headed for the Senate floor later in the week but not for a decisive vote is another admin istration bill a billion measure continuing the antipov erty program for another year It already has passed the House Also in line for Senate consid eration is a Housepassed meas ure to give members of the armed forces pay raises aggre gating about billion a year And before the week out the Senate may approve the nomination of Abe Fortas to be an associate justice of the Su preme Court Its Appropriations Committee is expected to grant perhaps with increases the Presidents request for billion extra to help pay the cost of the fighting in Viet Nam Another military money billproviding billion to finance construction of base and housing may be passed by the House Tuesday The Senate has not considered a Housepassed bill to strik down stale laws against union CONGRESS Please Turn to 2 iEEK US grant for jun ior college Page 13 Editorials Society news 6 Sports 91 North Iowa news 1 Mason City news 121 Clear Lake Senators get briefed on war WASHINGTON MP President Johnson gave a partisan group of about 40 senators Monday what Sen Mike Mansfield DMont called a persontoper on briefing on Viet Nam and the world situation Mansfield the Senate Democratic leader said was no indication of any shift in Viet Nam Arrests in protest on Viet policy trategy in the 1hour 45 ninute briefing by the resident and his top acl isers We are going to have to wait and see what develops in Viet Nam Mansfield told a report er No man in the country is more vitally interested than the President in the question of Viet Mam He is spending every wak ing moment on it and leaving no avenue untrod in seeking solution Senate Republican Leader vcrett M Dirksen of Illinoi declined to discuss what wen on at the meeting But Sen Karl E Mundt RSD said hat while the briefing covered wide1 front I hear nothing new or startling Half the senators met with the President at am and the others at G pm House mem bers will be invited at a later dale White House Press Secretary Bill D Moyers said the brief ngs are designed to keep the congressmen informed about government activities Johnson laid groundwork for he meetings Sunday by tele phoning diplomatic and legal advisers from Camp David Md where he and Mrs Jphn on spent the weekend Among those Johnson talked with was Gen Maxwell D Tay or retiring US ambassador to Viet Nam who returned from Saigon only a few days ago Taylor touched on several as pects of the Vietnamese war during an interview Sunday saying among other things wouldnt think we would Want to bomb Hanoi North Viet Nams I think we need the leadership in Hanoi to be intac to make those essential dcci sions we hope they will make a some time This was an apparent ref crence to decisions about ncgo tiations which the United States hassought unsuccessfully hope of ending the conflict Taylors views expressed on the NBC radiotelevision pro gram Meet the Press ap pcared in line with an indication from President Johnson Frida that the United States has n plans at this time to strike a Hanoi This indication came after the President had con ferred with Ghanas Foreign Minister Alex QuaisonSackey In addition to Taylor Johnson checked Sunday with Secretar of State Dean Rusk on variou aspects of the world situation Secretary of Defense Robert S McNamara Arthur J Gold in Kuan Yew made an overture to regain the trade with Indonesia which Indonesian President Su karno banned when he launched his campaign to smash Malay sia Lee said the split was forced on him by Malaysias federal leaders He broke into sobs and wiped tears from his face as he made the announcement All my adult life I have be lieved in the merger ofSinga pore and Malaya he said Lee said he agreed to the split Saturday at a meeting in Kuala Lumpur with Rahman He said Rahman told him the only way to solve the problems of Ma aysia was for Singapore to cave the federation As Lee spoke the Malaysian arliament approved 1260 a onstitutional amendment sepa ating Singapore from the fed ration One member abstained Vll but one of the fifteen mem ers representing Singapore verc absent The bill said Singapore shall case to be a state of Malaysia in the 9th day of August 1965 ind shall thereupon become an ndependent and sovereign state and nation It said Singapore would con inue to recognize the mutual Jefense treaty between Ma aysia and Britain covering British bases in Singapore Brit in has about 50000 troops in Malaysia because of Sukarnos campaign to smash the British jacked federation Malaysia was established Sept 1C 1963 as a federation WASHINGTON AP Mor than 500 demonstrators carrie their protest against the war i Viet Nam to the Capitol ground Monday where police began ar resting them Chanting we shall ovei come a song borrowed from the civil rights movement the marched the mile from th Washington Monument to th lapitol Before leaving the monumen grounds the group newly or ganized as the Assembly of Un People adopted i declaration of peace with th people of Viet Nam About 35C attended this meeting but th number grew to 500 in th march The first disorder came a fev laces from the Capitol whe two young men darted from crowd of onlookers and shout ing You Communists hurle red paint in the faces of th marchers in the front rank Twice police officials usin loudspeakers explained the cit ordinance which bans asscm blages on the Capitol grounds Dave Dellinger editor of th pacifist magazine Liberation replied Thank you for you courtesy but the war is goin on and we want to make th strongest sible demonstration po The decision to march to th Oapitol steps was despite advic from police that it would be i legal to march past the end o the mall a halfdozen block away An earlier idea of attcmptin to invade the US House cham her appeared to have bee dropped Several speakers sug gested it but there was no port from the rest of the group The assembiy attracted abou 1000 persons to its four day of activity but it wasnt know how many might participate i the march Most of the participants be long to other groups primaril those connected with c i v i rights Some 120 of those on ban berg the new US ambassador picketed at the White House Sun ft t TT I I to the United Nations and Eu gene Black day and police arrested 35 o them RAHMAN YEW of the former British territories of Malaya Singapore Sarawak and Sabah North The new state was opposed from the start by Sukarno who lias waged a campaign of infil tration by guerrillas and sabo teurs against it The break with Singapore was followed by rumors that Sabah and Sarawak also would sepa rate from the federation But these were denied The two states were thrown into the fed eration mainly to balance the Chinese populace of Singapore Strike halts projects at Iowa State AMES strike of Lo cal 74 of the Asbestos Workers Union halted work on two more construction projects on the Iowa State University campus Monday The 47member local went out on strike against three members of the Midwest Insulating Con tractors Association lastMon day tying up work on a num ber of construction projects in central Iowa It halted work on a 600unit mens dormitory on the Iowa State campus last week Work was halted Monday on the uni versity press building a n d a married student housing proj ect on the campus when mem bers of other unions refused to cross picket lines set up by the striking asbestos workers Gov Harold Hughes was asked to intervene in the dispute last week but declined on ad vice of the attorney generals office which said the governor should not interfere with nego tiations which are covered by federal regulations Drive on secrecy stalled WASHINGTON AP A SenateHouse drive to pierce government secrecy by making more records available to the i public has stalled in the face of White House opposition con gressional informants said Mon day One source said word had been passed from President Johnson to House leaders to jet tison the bill The measure inter fere withmatters dealing with national security but the ad ministration is said to be con cerned with1 protecting the doc trine of executive privilege and with guarding secret files such as the FBIs The freedom of information bill has been urged by news me dia representatives as guaran tee of the citizens right to know SECRECY Turn to 2   

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