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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowa Daily Newspaper fdittd for Hp MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL W Anoclated United UUftutidMl full LMM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 14 1961 7c a Copy Paper of Three Ona 1J4 Jatin America hails JFKs Progress yes tyranny no proposal The program calls for those countries to join with the United States in a massive drive to improve living condi tions and eliminate tyranny for Latin America underfrom a hemisphere in which Progress yes it has no rightful Seeking to stem any spread of Communist influence or dic tatorships Kennedy set forth a 10point aid plan which won warnspraise from Latin American diplomats in his audience in the White House East Room WASHINGTON Mf Presi dent Kennedy asked Congress Tuesday for funds to start a 10year cooperative aid pro gram dimen sion this banner tyranny no The President sent a special message to Congress after having dramatically unveiled Monday night a farreaching plan for an alliance of prog ress with south of the border nations For example Nicaraguan Ambassador Guillermo Sevil la Sacasa dean of the diplo matic corps said the Presi dents speech was so com prehensive and extraordinary in its profound summary of LatinAmerican problems and means of attacking them that it will become known as the Kennedy doctrice Mexicos Ambassador An tonio Carrillo Flores called it an excellent address which follows Mexicos longtime tradition that economic prog ress is meaningless without freedom In sounding the freedom theme Kennedy expressed special friendship for the peo ple of Cuba and the Domini can Republic the only two Latin American nations not represented at the White House reception where he spoke And he voiced the hope that the people of those coun which the United States has severed diplomatic relations will soon rejoin the society of free men unit ing with us in our common effort Among the first goals the President set forth is getting Congress to appropriate to help finance a big scale in terAmerican effort to relieve widespread hardship and make the benefits of increas ing abundance available to all Congress also authorized million in aid last year for re construction and rehabilitation of areas of Southern Chile dev astated by earthquakes and fires Kennedy urged speedy appropriation of this money so the task of rebuilding the economy of Southern Chile can proceed without delay Kennedys message to Con gress is intended to get the ad ministration program rolling in a modest way He placed no overall price tag on the gen eral plan but he left no doubt that he is thinking in terms of big spending over the if the LatinAmerican coun tries pitch in and help to the greatest extent possible In Havana meanwhile Fidel Castro threatened that Cuba will form many revolutionary govemmentsinexile begin ning with Puerto the United States sanctions a Cuban governmentinexile The prime minister made a sharp counterattack to Ken nedys broad economic and social development program Castro quickly interpreted it as a call for a revolt against his regime If they promote revolution against us we will promote revolution against the gov ernments which promote revo lution against us he said Emphasis placed on guerrillas An area once neglected By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Guerrilla Warfare Webster informs is an irregular war by inde pendent bands It is a tech nique that has been largely neglected by the United States military since the days of the old frontier Appropriately enough it is becoming a more than casual concern of Presi dent John F Kennedy As evidence the Pentagon annotmced that the head of the Special Warfare Branch at Ft Bragg NC Col William P Yarbrough was being raised a rank to brigadier general And the administration recently authorized a 500man increase in the strength of our 1800man guerrilla and counterguerrilla forces The new emphasis on guerrilla war may reflect increased con cern for the worsening situation in Laos where the Communist Pathet Lao forces have oper ated up until recently chiefly as irregulars THE REBELS are now sup posed to be receiving massive supplies of relatively heavy weapons and the artillery of 105 mm type is not consistent with the usual concept of guerrilla warfare On the other side the monsoon season is now at hand in Laos and the rains would favor Communist guerrilla tactics The Kennedy Administration has shown a new interest in ground warfare in general While denying a leaked story purporting a switchover in em phasis from nuclear to conven tional weapons Secretary of State Dean Rusk affirmatively mentioned strengthening of nonnuclear aspects of defense AS FOR guerrilla fighting the semiofficial magazine Army has begun publishing a three part abridgment of a manual on the subject by Ernesto Che Guevara Fidel Castros field commander during the sucess ful Cuban revolution And thu is no dull technical publication hul as described by Mark S Watson military correspondent of the Baltimore Sun a bril liantly reasoned and highly readable work on how and where and when to organize secret guerrilla forces and then to employ them with maximum effectiveness for destroying order Army Special Forces have from time to time been given instruction and training in ir regular fighting as have Marines but most of it has been sporadic and not combat proved World War II tank destroyers for example were given courses in dirty fight ing and pioneer tactics which proved largely useless once they were blooded BUT FOR THE most part Americans have considered guerrillas only an abjunct of legitimate troops Now in Bavaria as well as at Ft Bragg the toughest kind of special forces arc being drilled in ir regular tactics For good reason Moscow has translated Che Guevaras manual into several languages Red China is furtively pushing Mao Tsctungs equally brilliant book on the same subject in translation in Latin America And Fidel Castro makes no secret of his determination to export Cubas brand of rcvolu lion to disturbed nations Jn the Western Hemisphere Af Phntofax THIS WAS THE START Heavy mar Johansson at Miami Beach Fla It weight boxing champion Floyd Patter was a different story at the finish in son adopts the prone position after be the sixth round however as a glance ing dropped with a right to the chin in at the sports section on page 11 in this the first round of his bout with Inge edition graphically shows N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Big rush for Bibles LONDON The first new version of the new testament since the King James translation set stand ards for English prose 350 years ago went on sale in Britain and the United States Tuesday and im mediately sold one million copies First day sales rivalled those of the controversial Lady Chatterlys Lover Lolita and any other modern bestseller an executive at Foyles the worlds largest book store said technicians freed MADRID Eleven oil technicians including three Americans who were kidnaped by nomad tribesmen in the Spanish Sahara have been found safe and sound in Morocco To reduce draft calls NORFOLK Va Lt Gen Lewis Hershey di rector of Selective Service said the nations draft call probably will be reduced soon because of over stocking last year MissK is witness LONDON Britain brought to the witness stand a pretty girl secret only as Miss K in an attempt to prove that an interna tional spy ring that included two Americans stole vital naval secrets and sent them in code to Russia To recommend veto WASHINGTON Sen WayneMorse DOre said he will recommend a presidential veto of the aid to education bill if it contains civil rights amend ments or loans to build private and parochial schools Morse President Kennedys Senate manager for the bill insisted again that racial and religious issues should be thrashed out in separate legislation Uprising possible NEW YORK West Berlins Mayor Willy Brandt has predicted that if the Soviet Union should force the West out of the free section of Berlin an antiCommunist uprising could break out in East Germany An upturn ahead WASHINGTON The nations job picture grew worse in February but there are some signs that the recession may have hit bottom the Labor Depart ment reports The department reported a drop of 376000 in the rjtimbcr of workers on nonfarm pay rolls last month about triple the usual decline 60s southwest Further outjmade up of US bishops arch cloudy and mildbishops and cardinals is the Thursday spokesman group for the na Itions Catholic hierarchy Minnesota Partly clovdy snow in north Warmer highs SECRETARY OF Welfare nesday 3548 JAbraham A Ribicoff Monday refused to express any view on GlobeGazette Weather iclc of fccicral loan aid to FAIRandVME Lastditch remap battle in House FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES Senate many large county representaitic William Darrington RSenate elected from popula lives and a surprising number passed Shaff plan of legislative of rural legislators joined in reapportionment came up for The Shaff plan was denounced Persia Merle Hagedorn D Royal and A C Hanson RIn wood consideration in the Iowa Housejby Rep John Duffy DDubuque The Chalupa plan would di Tuesday and ran into unexjas a burlesque and travesty I vide the state into 49 twocounty pected vigorous opposition ion a reapportionment bill andjlegislative districts and would The amendment was quicklyjby several other legislators as make Kossuth County a district proposed by Rep LeRoy reapportionment pa RPleasant Plain and representatives spent nearly two hours debating the propos which makes the Senate the population house contrary to the federal plan Among rural representatives The Chalupa amendment rewho supported Chalupas plan ceived strong backing fromjwere Lester Kluever RAtlan al in itself Each would elect one tion districts and a 99mernber House with one from each county The most emotional oratory was offered by Hanson who said he was speaking my con victions and from my heart when he urged the chamber to Prelates in objection to school plan WASHINGTON The Ro man Catholic hierarchy of the United States said Tuesday that to grant federal assistance to only part of the American edu cational effort is to deny to the other parts the chance to grow The prelates did not ask that parochial elementary and sec ondary schools be given the same outright grants provided j public schools under the pro gram sponsored by President Kennedy a member of Catholic Church Photofax ACTRESS senator It would create a Housejaccept the Chalupa amendment of about 127 members with onej HAD Offered a sim from each county and 28 others jilar bm or House consideration allocated on a population basis on the irst gorourid Feb 14 The Shaff plan on the other but it was defeated 5746 How hand would create a 58member everi jt received the greatest support of any except the wat ereddown version of the Shaff plan which the lower chamber subsequently approved 7333 HoweverRep John Ely Jr DCedar Rapids introduced two mythical characters to illustrate the differences between the pro ponents and opponents of the Shaff plan The first of Elys mythical figures was Herkimer Quiver liver who Ely said told me I should favor the Shaff plan be cause you can get yourself elected every four years save on campaign expenses and get a better title BUT XERXES Xavior Xen opher Zodiac was said to have told Ely that the Shaff plan made the Iowa Legislature stand on its head Ely who illustrated his oppo sition to the Shaff plan last month by dismantling a scale Rescue of 300 sought by UN LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Malayan UN patrols Tuesday beat the bush to reach 300 white missionaries businessmen and nuns in rebelheld Kivu Prov ince as the first rescued told of iatrocities by rampacious Con golese soldiers Some Americans were among the whites trapped in isolated jungle outposts as res cue forces were rushed out re UN HEADQUARTERS nnA the Lee 26 one of Englands a tearful typewritten a TuesdaJ ing actresses and the counpiea rom a Belgian nun a chart which showed trys biggest moneymaking jno one help us from outside that a Senate under BUT THEY again urged a starlet three years ago was North owa program of longterm lowinj lulled in an auto accident Fair to partlyjtcrest loans for private and Monday near Baker Calif ror tnaf c VJ f W t ad cloudy through Wednesday schools o ma ch any She was driving a station iweeks ago in the Maniema re Lows Tuesday night 2230 Lo cally warmer Wednesday highs 4254 Iowa Generally fair south partly cloudy north through that might be made available wagon at speeds in excess of through a federal aid program 100 miles an hour when it for public schools Msgr Frederick C Hochwalt Italian movie directors director of the National Cath olic Welfare Conference Depart gion Kivu officials who re fused to let the whites leave the left the road injuring three chaotic province because their Wednesday Lows Tuesdayjment of Schools outlined the night 20 northeast to 30s southchurchmens views in testimony west Warmer southeast Wed nesday highs 50s northeast to before the Senate subcommit tee on education The NCWC skills are needed apparently were unable to keep their own i i forces in hand On the inside ONLY FRAGMENTARY Editorials Page 4 Iports came from the Malayan Society News 678 UN troops rushed into the area North Iowa News 10 dominated by Lumumbists Sports 1112 No word had been heard n size of their Senates Only Minnesota would have a larger one Ely pointed out that Illinois is four times as popu lous as Iowa and New York is six times as large Van Home man is victim of accident WATERLOO UPI One man was killed and three others Latest Markets 14 jfrom a patrol sent to rescuewere injured Tuesday when twa Mason City News 1415 an American missionary girlcars collided at an intersection Comics 16 who was raped by four Congoof U S 218 and a county road Clear Lake News 17 lesc soldiers and told she wouhLabout miles south of here up to 8 am Tcusday Maximum 33 Minimum 13 At 8 am 21 Precipitation snow Sunrise Sunset Tobacco firm cuts tie with TV show NEW YORK Liggett Myers Tobacco Co announced Tuesday that it will drop spon sorship of The Untouchables television show that has aroused the ire of persons of Italian descent They had pro tested the number of gangsters who bore Italian names in The j church and other p r i v a t c schools He said he would want to study any such bill before commenting However Ribicoff urged that any effort to provide federal help to private schools should be in a separate bill and not be tacked on to the administra tions billion threeyear program of federal aid to pub lic schools Elizabeth Flynn to head U S Commies NEW Y 0 R K W Elizabeth Curlcy Flynn who once served a prison term for conspiracy to advocate overthrow of the gov Farm Town Living never be allowed to leave the Pullout Section province alive The victim was Ray Edwin Hemm 65 Van Home The Marriage Mill Wants her husband brought to justice By JIM COLLISON GlobeGazette Staff Writer The wife of a Minnesota man charged with bigamy was in North Iowa Monday Untouchables a ThiiVs d a yjernmcnt by force is the new1 trying to make certain that night program based on activi ties of federal agents during the prohibition era They were plan ning a boycott of four brands of cigarettes produced by Liggett Myers national chairman of the American Communist Part y Miss Flynn 70 succeeds Eu gene Dennis who died lasl Jan 31 Her election was announced Monday by the parly IVAN THE TIDY LONDON Tass claimed Tuesday that a member of a Soviet geological expedition fell 1000 feet from a helicopter into a huge snowbank and was un SAME DAT6WOM her husband Virgil Allen is brought to justice Mrs Virgil Allen Minneapo lis was accompanied by the former husband of the wom an Allen allegedly married last December in New Hamp ton Mrs Allen and William Batson stopped in Mason City suited said the man opened the door of the helicopter over north east Russia to gel rid of a cig arcllc stub and the airslrcam sucked him out of the plane flOnnCV B New con the county attorney grand jury investiga and then traveled to Hampton where they tion next week Allen and Bertha Batson lie woman ho allegedly mar ried face an extradition hear ing March 30 in Hennepin County Minneapolis District Court Chickasaw County Attorney Jim OConnor throe weeks ago filed charges of bigamy against Allen and Mrs Bat s o n Allens first wife signed state ments claim ing she and Allen were still married and that Mrs Batson knew this At the j c x t r a d i tion hearing t h e District Court judge MRS ALLEN in Minneapolis will decide whether Minnesota authorities should send Allen and Mrs Batson to New Hampton to face bigamy charges The March 30th extradition hearings in Minneapolis will be preceded by other legal ac tions including the Chicka saw County Grand Jury in vestigation of the evidenca against Allen and Mrs Bat son ACCORDING TO Mrs AN len Mrs Balson has started legal action in Minnesota to have her Iowa marriage to Allen annulled William Batson the former husband said Bertha Batson has charged him with con tempt of court for taking their two children Batson said Monday his wife had custody of the children He has paid child support ho said However when Mrs son was arrested in Us on UIR bigamy   

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