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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 23, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowctV Daily Newspaper IdltMl ftr MM VOL r tt MASON CITY GLOBE The newspaper that makes all North I o wans Prtu tnd United UUrnitloiu full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 23 1M1 neighbors 7c i Paper of Two One N0 141 WHatSam p thinks of j JFK now A chartgei of attitude By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Speaker Sam Rayburn is the star a President Kennedys weekly meetings with the Dempcratij leaders of Congress From th President on down every one plays up to Mr Sam The evolution of the relation ship between the House speaker and the President is one of those fascinatint stories about politi cians the art o politics an absorbing study Rayburn was never very much impressed by the youthfu Mas sachusetts representative who came under his eye in January1947 fresh into politics Rep Kennedy was often absen from Rayburns beloved House He did not particularly distin guish himself in committee He was more a loner than a team man FURTHER RAYBURN is never pleased when one of his boys decides to move over not up be sure to the Senate As a confirmed House man Speaker Rayburn cannot comprehend or chooses not to the impulse that moves a member of the House to try for the Senate So his relation ship with Kennedy languished The next chapter came in 1959 when the speaker began to plan the campaign of his protege Lyndon B Johnson for president The obstacle that loomed bigger bigger in Sen Johnsons path was of course the youthful senator from Massachusetts On the morning after Ken nedys nomination Sen Johnson was asked by the partys new leader to go on the ticket as the vicei presidential nominee Sen Johnson consulted his advisers most important of whom was the speaker and with only one or two exceptions they all told him to say no BUT SEN JOHNSON said yes In the heat of the negotia tions Rayburn had a few well chosen words for Robert P Kennedy Sen Kennedys poli tical manager none of which he minced When the nominations were finally made and the acceptance speeches over Kennedy went to Hyannis Port and Sen Johnson to his ranch in Texas During this period no on was less happy than Rayburn about the turn of events When candidate Kennedy announce that he would deal with the religious issue in a meeting with the Protestant ministers a Houston onr his first campaign invasion of Texas and th South Rayburn was deeplj troubled Along with many other Texans he was afraid tha Kennedy had chosen the wrong place the wrong audience anc the wrong time 10 answer questions being raised about his religion AS IT TURNED out however the speakers concern gave way for the first time to muted enthusiasm on that JKennedy tour of Texas In speech after speech introducing the presi dential nominee to his follow Texans Rayburn exchanged the scowl for the smile and finally the smile for unmixed enthu siasm He had been sold These days when Speakei Rayburn leads the leaders to breakfast with President Ken nedy he sits on Kennedys BURSTING WITH AP A reporter looks over some of nearly this week Officials say the books 600 tons of discarded California state which are headed for the dump are textbooks some in new either obsolete or damaged Many edu which spilled out of a Los Angeles warecation groups however insist that some house following a fire at the building use can be made of the books Medical care enabling bill approved by House DES MOINES iyp A medical id to the aged bill passed the owa House Thursday after a woday wrangle over local con rol of the program 0 p p o n ents criticized the measure as socialistic welfare egislation of a type that will be ome more expensive as the ears go on Others contended he measure was cumbersome nd contained provisions that vere against the clear intent of Congress when it initiated the program by passing t h e KcrrMills Act The vote on the measure which now goes to the Senate was 8812 The measure carries no appropriation and money to implement it will have to be supplied in a separate bill The measure as passed has been termed unworkable by Irene Smith a member of the board of social welfare But pro ponents of the bill said the pro visions to which she objected are necessary to retain control of the program in local com munities rather than the state board right Sen Mansfield the Senate leader sits on the left Across from the President sits John son flanked by Rep McCor mack the House leader and Sen Humphrey the Senate whip Sen Smalhers and Rep Carl Albert and the only others present Rayburn recently commented about Kennedy The thing that impresses me about that fellow is that when you talk to him he listens Thats a real art SETS POOR EXAMPLE PHILADELPHIA MB Joseph DeMarco an insurance broker who helps prepare income tax returns was sentenced Wednes day to 30 days in prison fined failing to file hit own returns i CLOUPY North Iowa Cloudy with occa sional light rain or snow Thursday night lows 2832 Partly cloudy and slightly warmer Friday highs in the 40s Iowa Mostly cloudy with scat tered light rain or snow ex treme east Thursday night lows 20s northeast to the 30s southeast Partly cloudy Fri day warmer southwest high near 40 northeast to 5055 southwest Further outlook Mostly cloudy showers likely Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy no temperature change High Friday in 40s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum 36 Minimum 31 At 8 a m 33 Precipitation trace Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 28 Minimum 7 SAME DATI1WOW Marilyn Joe seen at Florida beach ST PETERSBURG Fla MarilynMonroe and her form er husband Joe DiMaggio vis ited the beach Wednesday but returned to their hotel after 10 minutes when the crowd grew loo large Marilyn told newsmen she was in Florida for sun rest and to visit with The former New York Yankee star asked if the visit meant the ro mance which led to their brief ninemonth marriage in 1954 was being resumed replied Were just friends thats as far as it is READY TO LEAVE LONDON Tay lors studio anriounced that the film star will leave the London Clinic Monday and fly to Cali fornia the same day It is estimated it will take from million to million of state funds to implement the program The federal govern ment pays 58 per cent and the state 42 per cent of the cost Most of the debate was con cerned with Democratic efforts to remove from the bill some of the restrictions to which the state board objects THE HOUSE voted down an amendment by Rep Scott Swisher DIowa City which would have substituted for the bill a measure authorizing the State Board of Social Welfare to participate in the program adopt rules governing it and appropriating funds for the states share of the cost It also voted down an attempt by Rep William Denman D Des Moines to knock out a pro vision disqualifying a person for medical aid provided he had a spouse child other person agency state or federal subdi vision or other group responsi ble for such expenses and able to pay for them DENMAN SAID the intent of Congress was to give aged peo ple that needed medical care Diplomatic crisis with Reds nears in Laos situation Status of Laos touchy Defense is deteriorating WASHINGTON Ufi South east Asia Treaty Organization nations could throw about 4000 battleready troops into Laos within a short time after any de cision to help the royal Laotian army This conclusion was drawn from a check of military sources here as concern deepened over the apparently deteriorating sit uation in the mountainous king dom where proCommunist reb els are advancing toward the capital of Vientiane AGAINST THE Pathet Lao rebels estimated to number between 8000 and 10000 a force of 4000 desciplined well armed men could be decisive if used to bolster the 29000man royal Laotian army However the danger some U S officials see is that such intervention might evoke a simi lar response from the Commu nist side and thus set off a Ko reatype war If such a war should erupt the United States would be at a dis advantage because its forces are thinly spread and it is short on air lift and sea lift U S OFFICIALS said there is no serious thought as of now of direct American mili tary intervention Not all U S officials are pes simistic some said they still believe the royal Laotian army whose will and readiness to fight has been brought into ques tion can hold the major cities even if the proRed Pathet Lao ake more of the countryside Getting into Laos is something of a problem and once there the job of supporting a military force could be staggering Laos is a landlocked country roughly the size of Idaho Sea borne forces and supplies could be landed in South Viet Nam on the east or Thailand on the west It has virtually no roads and only five important airfields and one of these fields is in country the Pathet la o recently have taken A single base the one the French built near Vientiane without putting them in the provides landing space enough THAILAND AJP Photofax GEOGRAPHY OF LAOS CRISIS At Hong Kong a U S carrier and two destroyers have steamed out In Laos proRed rebels are at Vang Vieng near the capital of Vientiane At Udorn Thailand U S Marines have set up a helicopter mainte nance station At Bankok Southeast Asia Treaty Organization military leaders are meeting N nutshell ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Minimum pay fight set WASHINGTON Republican leaders claimed after a legislative huddle that they have the votes to beat President Kennedys minimum wage bill in the House Administration supporters admitted privately they were behind explained GENEVA The threepower nuclear test ban conference met for 35 minutes Thursday to hear the United States explain in detail Western concessions on high altitude explosions There was nothing to dissipate the aura of gloom that has settled over the talks Building program OKd DES MOINES A twoyear building program costing more than million at Iowas board of regents institutions has won endorsement of subcom mittees of the Iowa House and Senate appropriations committees To head fitness program WASHINGTON President Kennedy named University of Oklahoma football coach Charles B Bud Wilkinson to head up a national youth fitness program Wilkinson plans to seek the support of ex isting youth groups such as Boy and Girl Scouts Kennedy to state policies Ceasefire is goal area of the pauper But he said this subsection would cause them to be treated as paupers The majority however took he view that the provision is necessary to guard against abuses under the program Payemtoquit plan Wants 4 million gals to leave their jobs Tex UPI V C Logan 44 one of 70 can didates for Vice President Lyndon B Johnsons old job in the U S Senate proposed to end the recession by offer ing every married woman with a job to quit We now have a work force of eight to nine million mar ried women in traditionally male employment Logan said Any of these women who wished to do so could re sign their jobs and receive cash Probably 50 per cent would that is more than most of them would save in several years As a result you would have four million jobs for men with This extra money spent would cause capital industry to employ at least two million additional men By imple menting the above plan we would have six million new jobs causing a labor shortage instead of the unemployment situation now existing Logan frankly admitted that some details of his plan re choose to receive the at main to be worked out to accommodate fourengine transports 3rd Finch trial goes to jury LOS ANGELES jury o 10 men and 2 women started work Thursday on an assignmeni two previous juries failed to a verdict in the FinchTregoff murder case Jurors in the third trial of Dr R Bernard Finch and Car oleTregoff received the case late Wednesday after more than two months of testimony Dr Finch 43 and Miss Treg off 24 the doctors secretary mistress arc accused of mur der and conspiracy in the July 18 1959 gunshot death of Finchs socialite wife Barbara Jean 36 The first two trials ended in deadlocked juries On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 891001 Mason City Newt 1213 Latest Markets 13 Sports 1SU Clear Lake News 1819 Comics 20 North Iowa News 21 READY NEW SPACE PROBER A technician at Cape Canaveral Fla makes adjustments on the Fed eral Space Agencys latest spaceprober the P14 magnetometerplasma The 52inch high instru ment is designed to gather the most definitive infor mation yet obtained on earth and interplanetary mag netic fields and the way they affectand are affected by solar plafima The prober will be sent 100000 miles into space aboard a Thor rocket then returning to the earths atmosphere where it will burn up WASHINGTON IBPresident Kennedy apparently began speeding U S military units to ward crisiswracked Southeast Asia Thursday in the crucial hours of a diplomatic showdown with Russia over the embattled kingdom of Laos Kennedy is expected to issue a major US policy statement on the Laotian crisis at a news conference at 5 pm Meanwhile the President awaited some reaction from So viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to an urgent appeal from Brit ain for agreement to a cease fire in the civil war in Laos iven a ceasefire the Western powers would accept a Commu nistbacked proposal for an in ernational conference on Laos THIS LASTMINUTE move ort he diplomatic front was made by Britain after consultation with the United States It kept open the road for a negotiated settlement and put the next step up to Khrushchev Meanwhile the reported mili ary moves underscored Ken nedys determination to deal ivith the Communist threat by orce if diplomacy fails One of the tightest secrecy clampdowns since the Korean War shut off Pentagon informa ion on military moves Authorities here said private ly however that some of those moves were clearly precaution ary steps others were designed to begin a substantial increase in U S military assistance to the royal Laotian government AT HONG KONG the US aircraft carrier Midway and two destroyers suddenly de parted for an undisclosed desti nation several days ahead of schedule They were believed heading for the waters of South east Asia Speculation imme diately broke out that other units of the US 7lh Fleet or jdinarily stationed in the Philip i pineFormosa area were mov ing south The Marines were reported sending a helicopter mainte nance unit of 100 to 150 men to Udorn Thailand SO miles from Vientiane capital of Laos The number of Americanmade heli copters available to the Laos government for military use was reported being increased from 6 to 20 There were reports here that various units of the Strategic Army Corps STRAC were elerted for movement on a pre cautionary basis though STRAC itself denied there was any spe cial alert WELLINFORMED diplomats reported that if Khrushchev does not respond favorably to the latest Westerninitiated diplo matic solution in Laos the Ken nedy administration will ask tho Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza tion to intervene to prevent tho country from being taken over by the Communists Meanwhile Secretary of State Dean Rusk prepared to for Bangkok Thailand where on Monday he will meet with foreign ministers of the South east Asia Treaty Organization SEATO is the agency through which the United States will al most certainly work authoritiei here said if directintervention of outside forces become neces sary in Laos to support the pro Western government   

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