The Hays Daily News Kansas 1963 October 6

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The Hays Daily News Kansas 1963 October 6 - 5 a in his he of staf: n c Shakeup Indicated...
5 a in his he of staf: n c Shakeup Indicated Among U.S. ^ersonnel In South Viet Nam lora Back To Sea After Pounding Cuba Miami, Fla., Oct. 5— iJPi —Hurri- ane Flora flailed eastern Cuba for 5 hours with'wind and rain, then :arted a slow swing back toward le Caribbean Sea on Saturday /here she already has taken ait :ast 43 lives. The dramatic and unexpected hift in direction eased her threat Florida and the Bahama Is- ands. Mrs, Alfreida Karlin reated In 2-Car Crash Mrs. Alfreida Karlin, Catherine :t., Hays, was treated for minor njuries and released from St. Anhony Anhony hospital Saturday afternoon ollowing a two-car collision about ix miles northeast of Hays on a ounty road. According to Undersheriff Eugene Eugene Doerfler, who investigated Jlrs. Karlin was headed east on he road when she collided nearly ead-on at the top'of the hill with car driven by Mrs. Clara Chrisman, Chrisman, also of Catherine Rt. There vere no passengers in either car Damage to both autos was ex- ensive. No tickets were issued. Washington, Oct. 5— (JF) —The U.S. intelligence chief in South /let Nam, John H. Richardson, and ome other senior American offi- ials at Saigon probably will be ecalled in a Shakeup of personnel nder Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge. Reporting this Saturday in- ormed sources said Richardson is icing brought back to Washington for consultation" but Lodge has .sked ment. Digest Of Today's News Hundreds watch in horror as a sixth Buddhist monk sets self afire. Page 1. Valachi scheduled to return to the stand again Tuesday. Page 2. Business flags continue flying briskly. Page 16. Racial scene comes to life of 615 car car of for a permanent replace- The others who may be replaced n the diplomatic-military trouble spot were not named. It was said hat Lodge, who took over as am- >assador in late August, feels that changes are needed for a more ef- ective performance in the pre- ailing circumstances. One major difficulty has been dealing with the authoritarian re- ;ime of President Ngo Dinh Diem. At one point Washington hoped Diem would get rid of his influen- .ial brother, Ngo Dinh Nhu, who is egarded as a powerful advocate of tough tactics against the regime's regime's Buddhist opponents. With Washington trying but fail- ng to get Nhu out of the palace or to change his policies, it was felt there that U.S. officials in Saigon Saigon who had worked closely with of by Dec. oral law decision are now in a position of decreased decreased influence. Also, there have been reports of conflict among U.S. Central Intelligence Intelligence Agency men in South Viet Nam over whether there should 3e changes in the Saigon government. government. Richardson's job is said to have required him to work closely with Nhu, head of the South Vietnamene special forces and secret police. Richardson is not. publicly listed listed as CIA chief in Saigon. Intelligence Intelligence personnel abroad normally operate under some other designation. designation. The the the Czechoslovak at

Clipped from The Hays Daily News06 Oct 1963, SunPage 1

The Hays Daily News (Hays, Kansas)06 Oct 1963, SunPage 1
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