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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 24, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Daily Newspaper Iditid fortht CITY GLOBE VOL The that makes all North lowan Associated and Unlkd Irei InUmalloinl Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 24 1961 HOME EDITION neighbors 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Two No More Red troops now in Laos US warned Eichmann to be in spotlight But his fate is known By S L A MARSHALL New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Well befon the trial of Adolf Eichmann gets underway in Jerusalem th jury of public opinion already has the case Eichmann the evil genius o the Hitler abattoir is guilty o genocide of mass torture and of other unspeakable crimes against the human race Every literate person should recoil in horror at the enormity arid bestiality of his performance without waiting for him to stand in the dock There in his cell sits Moloch in the form of a man He wil have his day in court and i will last at least four months But the judgment is already in He is convicted THE GUILT of Eichmann is the No 1 theme in the shocker literature of today All the syndicates are vying to circu late information which exposes and condemns him Never prior to trial have so many books been written clearly to estab lish the guilt of a friend or arch criminal By now he is more heavily indicted and damned in print than the whole mad pack which was hanged lish the guilt of a friend or arch crim inal By now he is more heavily in dieted and damned in print than the whole mad FAIRindWARMER North Iowa Generally fair anc warmer through Saturday Lows Friday night 35 40 Highs Saturday 5663 Iowa Generally fair through Saturday Warmer Friday night lows 3540 Warmer east Saturday highs in the 60s Further cloudiness chance of show ers south Sunday Fiveday Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees above normal Friday night throughnext Wednesday Nor mal highs are in the upper 40s and lower 50s Normal lows are from 29 to 32 de grees Warming trend at the beginning of the period turn ing coldeE Sunday or Monday with rain Precipitation will average 10 to 20 of an inch north to 40 of an inch south Minnesota Bartly cloudy scat tered showers Warmer high near 50 up to 8 am Friday Maximum 41 Minimum 27 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 33 Minimum 9 Finds son dead in crib wife hurt in accident COUNCIL BLUFFS dy was thc farthest thing from the mind of Everett Scott 26 President vows nation wont stand idle during showdown By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Laotian government Fri day charged six new Commu nist North Vietnamese battalions have invaded Laos The charge came on the heels of President Kennedys appeal Thursday night to Soviet Pre mier Khrushchev for a ful solution of the crisis inthe Southeast Asian kingdom where Communist backed rebels are fighting Western backed gov ernment forces U S military movements EICHMANN when he returned home from work Thursday His 6weekold son Brian was pack which was hanged high at in its cribbasket apparently Nuremberg And in all this His wife Velda 23was pouring not one word has been Residents of Laos capital unconcerned VIENTIANE Laos UPI Residents of the capital of Laos slept off a night of celebrating Friday mostly unaware of Pres dent Kennedys warning that he Communist menace to their country is critical Thursday was a day of pa rades foot racing dancing movies and moonlight swim ming in celebration of the llth birthday of the royal Laotian army PERHAPS NOT more than 100 persons in the entire country knew that Kennedy had pro claimed to the American people and the world the growing con cern over communist military advanced in Laos It was am Friday here when Kennedy concluded his serious talk to Americans in a TV appearance from the White House But nobody here knew anything about it continued The U S Embassy in Vientiane announced 15 heli copters from the U S 7th Fleet arrived in neighboring Thailand en route to the American aid mission supporting the royal Laotian army The Laotian government bat tered without respite since March 7 by the Sovietsupplied Pathet Lao rebels charged that three Red North Vietnamese battalions have been thrown in to an assault on Kam Keut in the narrow central section of Laos about midway between Thailand and North Viet Nam Similar invasioncharges have been made repeatedly in the past but the government ha said in his favor which lack by no means proves prejudice So when the cynics or the sticklers for legal niceties raise the pettish question What did anyone have to gain through the abduction and trial of Eichmann they already have their answer Society is being informed about a limitless evil which it little understood HAD AN avenger tracked down Eichmann in Argentina and put a bullet through his heart that would have been the simplest way to dispose of him The story might have made a 24hour sensation in he daily press public intcrcsl would have flitted immediately back to the peewec atrocities in the Congo or the race to put a mai into space and not one author or publisher anywhere in the world would havedevoted time and money to developing in depth the story of the Eichmann crimes In all that is written aboul it the accent is on the per sistcnce of the chase and the audacity of the abduction What will be Eichmanns dc fense What the punishment APART FROM these two questions and the answers the trial promises little by way of suspense Yet with relation to them it seems almost pre postcrous to suggest that any real surprises arc in store Eichmanns conduct while in prison his own writings and the pleadings years ago of his henchman the masskillers un der his direction portend the line of the defense He was just a simple soldier under orders PROBABLY HALF the people n this administrative capital drank too much in the gay fes ival in which everyone took a holiday Even the Communist The baby looked so still thaljPathet Lao forces took the day gone he wondered and an examina tion disclosed it was dead As he picked up the little body he got a telephone call from a hos pital Mrs Scott had been struck by a truck as she attempted to cross a street and suffered a skull fracture Death of the child was attrib uted to pneumonia off according to reports reach ing foreign military observers the king and queen came to town to watch and preside over the festivities It would have been difficult if not impossible to find anyone concerned over the Communist hostilities which have Washing ton so deeply preoccupied N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES GEN EISENHOWER Ike gives his backing to Kennedy FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES PALM SPRINGS Calif Former President Eisenhower Friday gave his personal en dorsement to President Ken nedys firm stand on the Laos crisis and said he believed his successor had made clear this nation is not going to be pushed around In a press conference on the putting green of Tamarisk Country Club the general said had talked with Kennedy by telephone Friday morning EISENHOWER SAID his un derstanding of Kennedys state ment on Laos at Thursdays ress conference was in keep ng with that of his own ad ninistration on the importance this nations not offered conclusive proof Western military observers agree however on the validity of government charges that Vietnamese technicians artil lerymen and combat special ists are supporting the Pathet Lao rebel movement much in the same manner the Uiiitec States is backing the r o y a army KENNEDY WARNED at his news conference that the United States has obligations under the Southeast Asia Treaty Or ganization to deal with aggres sion in Laos and no one should doubt our resolution on this point SEATOS military advisers meeting in Bangkok Thailand issued a communique charging Communist support of the Pathet Lao rebels has created a dangerous situation SEATO signatories have a trea iy obligation for defense of Laos Kennedy expressed c o n f i dence Americans would back his decisions made in concert with SEATO allies to act if necessary Against the threat of a Com munist takeover the President defined the present American position on the crisis ILLUSTRATED TALK President Kennedy talks to reporters at Thursday nights nationally televised news confer ence The Chief Executive at the open ing of the conference discussed the Laos situation and used three different maps picturing how pro communist AP Photofax rebels have gained ground in the last seven months in Laos The map at left was used by Kennedy to show commu nist rebel areas as of March 22 which he said are indicated by the dark and shaded portions budget surplus JFK tells Congress WASHINGTON wi the January estimates 1 THE UNITED States supKennedy broke the bad budget of former D ports without reservation the news to Congress Friday twoEisenhower who forecast a slim doing his pugnant duty however rc Weve heard this whine over and again that and its still just As for whether Eichmann gets death or is kept caged until he dies what differences docs it make There may be wise judges in Israel but not even Solomon could make the punish ment fit this crime 101 distressed areas WASHINGTON The Labor Department re ported that 101 of the nations 150 major industrial centers an alltime high now are distressed areas with unemployment of 6 per cent or more Twenty five leadingCities including Chicago Miami San FranciscoOakland New Orleans Indianapolis and Seattle were added to the list for March Earthquakes cause panic MESSINA Italy Eight sharp earthquakes rocked Messina and most of this Sicilian citys 240 000 population fled into the surrounding hills The city has been decimated twice by earthquakes in the past and fears of new destruction set off needless widespread panic Rusk to withdraw order WASHINGTON The State Department told House investigators that Secretary of State Dean Rusk would withdraw his controversial order deny ing information to Congress on cases of foreign aid mishandling of living up to commitments followed by It was Eisenhowers first statement on foreign policy since he left office goal of a neutral and independ ent Laos tied to no outside power or group of powers threatening no one and free from any domination This po sition the President implied should now be clear to all na ions including the Soviet Union 2 If there is to be a peaceful solution for the crisis there must be a cessation of the pres ent armed attacks by externally supported Communists Ken nedy added that if these at tacks do not stop those who support a truly neutral Laos will have to consider their re sponse 3 The United States is earn estly in favor of international negotiations which can help Laos back to the pathway of in dependent and genuine neutraJi y Specifically the United States supports British propos als to the Soviet Union for a years of red ink financing for an apparent combined deficit of billion sending the national debt to new records In a special budget message million surplus this year and a SI5 billion surplus in fiscal 1962 starting July 1 There is no surplus in the in herited Eisenhower budget for Kennedy discarded as Kennedy advised Congress prompt end of the fighting to be an international Equal rights for Negroes WASHINGTON President Kennedy has pledged action toward providing Negroes with equal accommodations when they attend any Civil War Centennial Commission function in the South Land tax credit bill cleared DES MOINES A bill for full payment of the state agricultural land tax has cleared its first hurdle in the Iowa House The measure is the first major property tax relief bill to be brought to the floor in the current session EISENHOWER SAID he be lieved Kennedys stand followed thai of the United States since World War II He said the nation sincerely desired peace and its government took an ap proach that was conciliatory but firm Eisenhower said that the Laos crisis had been so much in his mind and that of Ken nedy that we discussed it in the car on the way to the in auguration Kennedy signs jobless pay bill WASHINGTON Kennedy Friday signed legisla tion providing additional un employment insurance p a ments for as much as 13 weeks for jobless workers who have exhausted their benefits Pay ments now can start in 15 days The measure had been tagged the No 1 bill for quickest ac tion of the Kennedy administra tion It was the first specific antirecession measure enacted by the new Congress Legisla tive action was completed Wed nesday The administration estimates the benefits may go to some three million persons and amount in all to nearly bil lion during the twoyear author ized life of the program On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 7 Society News 89 Moves to dismiss charge against Red CHICAGO UP The Deparl Mason City News 1011 jmenl of Justice Friday moved Latest Markets 11 to dismiss spy indictmentslgrams will ThelotaT 1962 It is over S2 billion out of bal ance he said The actual esti mate is billion It means the debt limit must be raised again the President said The surplus fiscal 1962 has become a billion deficit on the civilian side alone Kennedy announced He said the Eisenhower admini s t r at i o n which never admitted there was a recession based its revenue estimate on a much rosier economy Officials said Kennedys mili tary program plus revised esti mates of the cost of defense pro against Igor Y Melekh Russian employe of the United Nations provided he leaves the United States by April 17 U S Dist CubGazette 12 Sports 1314 Comics 18 The BlueJ 19 North Iowa News 22 Edwin M Robson agreed to dismiss the charges after he was told that the motion was drawn by Atty Gen Robert Kennedy after consultation with to Packing firm faces large tax suit COUNCIL BLUFFS C AState DePartment officials government suit for to improving our in income taxes and penalties against the owners of thci Schroeder Packing Co of Tabor viet Union and the firm was pending in U STALEMATE REMAINS js District Court here Friday GENEVA marathonThe suit identified the defend position as regards the protec tion of U S citizens in the So EXSENATOR DIES deficit beyond S3 billion and swell the public debt by mid 1962 to a record of about billion NOWHERE IN this messaga was there the slightest indica tion of a possible temporary tax cut to combat the business slump As Eisenhower had done Ken nedy asked a S843 million postal rate increase to eliminate the Post Office deficit The Presidents defense pro gram is due to reach Congress next week Fridays 6000word BUTTE Mont E message dealt only with civilian threepower nuclear test baniants Harry and Amanda T n r mailersManv paragraphs wore talks are expected to carrv Thn a Democratic ce talks are expected to carry on i Schroeder of Tabor as sole another week beforethe Rus sians give any official response to the new Western plan to break the stalemate i devoted to documenting Ken owners of the company The in thc us Senate wncrcjncdys pledge made in his lion which the government filed Thursday is the latest step in he represented Montana for 26 years until stepping down early a tax dispute dating from 19511 this year died Thursday HOSPITAL HOT RODS Paralyzed Ray Schantz 66 who must AP Photofax where he has been a patient for 15 spend his life on his tummy shows years Robert Hayes a co patient off battery powered vehicle he made rides another Schantz creation a bat for himself at Barnes Veterans Admin terypowcred platform Cor wheel chairs istration hospital Vancouver Wash which makes them motorized State of the Union message that his program would not un balance the budget of and by themselves HIS 1962 budget is precisely balanced at S832 billion of in come and outgo Kennedy said if thc Eisenhower estimate of defense spending and tax collec tions is accepted But a more realistic judgment of the im pact of the business slump re duces receipts to billion he added The 1962 fiscal figures in brief Outgo billion in come billion The totals compared with Eisenhowers proposed billion of outlays and proposed billion of revenues But thc totals diflnt mean much with the military propos als still to be heard SAME DATE1MOM   

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