The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 28, 1969 · Page 10
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 10

Des Moines, Iowa
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Monday, July 28, 1969
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PERU TO SEIZE PHONE FIRMS LIMA, PERU (AP) - Progressive nationalization of all domestic and international communications companies in Peru is planned, the revolutionary military government says. This would include two companies owned by Americans, and one each owned by Swedish. Swiss and British interests. Plans for nationalization j wore confirmed by the Ministry; of Transport and Communications in a written response to a questionnaire submitted by The Associated Press. It said: "The revolutionary government has established a policy of nationalization of all the national and international communications services, and this will be carried out in a progressive form and in the order indicated." That order is: —Peruvian Telephone Co., 70-per-ccnt owned by International Telephone and Telegraph Co. of the U.S. This firm operates in the Greater Lima area and is the largest in the country, valued at some $18 million. —National Telephone Co., purchased by Swiss interests from British owners some years ago. It provides long- distance service from the Eciiadorean border to the Brazilian frontier at Iquitos and south to Lima. —Telephone Society of the South, serving most of southern Peru, with headquarters in Arequipa. Owned by L. M. Ericsson of Sweden. —All-America Cables, and International Telegram, Cable and Telex Co., also owned by I.T.&T. —Cable West Coast, actually the West Coast of America Telegraph Co., Ltd., which provides cable, telegram, telex and radiophoto service to Bolivia, Chile and Peru. There was no indication in the response how the nationalization would be carried out, or when. Most feel it will be carried out within five years, with nationalization of the Peruvian Telephone Co. possibly taking place this year. Negotiations have been under way between I.T.&T. and the government for weeks over the existing concession contract held by l.T.&T., but the talks are not believed going well. SEEK TO SAVE SHJP TOKYO, JAPAN (AP) Some former Japanese navy men want to preserve the 2,000- ton destroyer Yukikaze (Snow Wind) — now a Nationalist China training ship — which took part in almost all major World War II naval battles and was turned over to the Formosa government as reparations. Assail Curbs on Pentagon Pickets 8) Tho Washington Po»t WASHINGTON, D.C. - Four members of the House Armed Services Committee Sunday denounced as unconstitutional language approved by the committee last week banning demonstrations at the Pentagon. The provision, added to a military construction authorization bill which the House will take up this week, would make Des Moinw R«gW«rplldt 10 Mon., July J§, * it a criminal offense to picket, parade or take part in "any other demonstration" at the Pentagon or on its grounds with intent to interfere with "the conduct of military and defense affairs." The provision carries penalties of up to one year in prison and a $5,000 fine. i The four dissenters — Hepre- iscntativcs Robert L. Leggett !(Dem., Calif.), Lucien N. Nedzi (Dem., Mich.), Oils 0. Pike (Dem., N.Y.) and Charles W. Whalen (Rep., Ohio) - filed a minority report saying the provision was too vague to meet the constitutional .standard required by the court of restriction on free speech. 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