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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 12, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowa Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors AMocUtwJ rrtu and United rtttt iBterwHonU Full MASON CITY IOWAFRIDAY MAY 12 1M1 Copy JTMi Conitttf oTwo SeetloMSteUon N0 IIS Delay opening of parley on Laos GENEVA minis ters of Britain and the Soviet Union failed Friday to agree on arrangements for a 14nation parley on the future of Laos and decided to postpone formal opening of the conference until Saturday or Monday Britain and the Soviet Union were unable to reach an agreei even that is not cer ment on which delegation should delegation said he still hoped represent Laos at the table The the conference could start Sat United States had refused to sit down for the talks unless this question was settled The United States had accept ed a report from the truce com mission in Laos that a fire exists tain The official spoke afterVientiane the British Foreign Secretary LordiPathet Lao would be represented by a coali tion formed by the Western backed royal government in proCommunist guerrillas and Home held an hourlong conferi Prince Souvanna Phouma con ence with Soviet Foreign Minis ceaseter Andrei A Gromyko When the conference A spokesman for the British I called Britain had said Lao Sacrifice No clue Nothing asked thus far By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON ifi Since be fore his election President Ken nedy has been putting emphasis on the idea of sacrifice ahead for the American people After 3 months in office he hasnt requested the people to en dure any hardships On the same day last week that he was asked to explain what sacrifices he had in mind his ad PARTLY CLOUDY North Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night warmer lows 56 to 59 Considerable cloudiness Satur day highs 78 to 83 Iowa Partly cloudy southeast and considerable cloudiness w e s and north Friday night and Sat urday scattered showers or thunderstorms likely northwest Lows Friday night lower 50s northwest to east Cooler around 60 northwest south Satur indicated it was an income tax cut ministration thinking of next year Last July 15 in his speech ac cepting the Democratic nomina tion he said The new frontier of which I speak is not a set of promises it is a set of chal lenges It sums up not t what I in tend to offer the AmeVican peo ple but what I intend to ask of them IT APPEALS to their pride not their pocketbooks it holds out the promise of more sacrifice instead of more security In his inaugural address Jan 20 he said Let every nation know whether it wish us well or ill that we shall pay any price bear any burden meet any hard ship support any friend or op pose any foe in order to assure the survival and success of liber ty This much we pledge and more But this country whether or not it would be wise to get in volved in war on the Asian con tinent has shown great hesitancy about moving into Laos to fight against the Communistled Pathet Lao for the rightwing Laotian government the United States supports Later in his inaugural Kennedy said My fellow Americans ask not what your country can do for you ask what you can do for your country LAST WEEK in Chicago mak ing a talk at a Democratic din ner he left out the following two sentences froh si prepared speech Our greatest adversary is not the Russians It is our own unwillingness to dp what must be done This constant talk of sacrifice without sacrifice being asked for and the statement about our un willingness to do what must be done has been so puzzling that a reporter asked Kennedy at his May 5 news conference to ex plain But Kennedys answer hardly came under the head of what might be considered sacrifice He said he thinks there are a number of things which can be usefully done WE ARE GOING to require a larger effort in space he said He explained he wanted a sponsible consistant effort by labor and management in missile production He said further he wants to per suade labor and management to come to useful national conclu sions on the problems of prices and wages He said he wants a greater ef fort nationally and in local com munities to improve education In addition he said he wants the American people to try for more equal opportunity all people in this country regardless of creed or color Its questionable that any of these points come under the head of sacrifice And if they dont then the President still hasnt ex plained what all the talk of sacri means or calls for day highs 65 to 70 northwest to near 80 southeast Further out look Showers or thundershow ers Saturday night and Sun day cooler Sunday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near normal south to 3 to 5 degrees below normal north Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from the upper 60s extreme north to 70 to 71 elsewhere Normal lows are from the 40s north to the 50s south It will be mild at the beginning of the period turn ing cooler over the weekend Rainfall will average 50 to 75 of an inch and locally more than an inch occurring as oc casional showers arid thunder storms mostly Monday through Wednesday Cloudy showers Highs Saturday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 84 Minimum 53 Sunrise j Sunset HOT SEAT NEW YORK Friday sought the arsonist who crept into the backyard of Leroy Duspiva and set fire to Duspivas long woolen underwear which was hanging on a clothesline China has new crop failure T 0 K Y 0 UPD Communis China Friday described a wav of widespread natural calam ties apparently laying th groundwork for announcing ii third successive crop failure The New China news agenc issued a glum report of drough hail high winds snowstorms an predicted flooding over broa areas of the China mainland SOME FARMS have reporte complete crop failure it said o conditions in coastal Shantun province In a broadcast from Peiping the Communist news agency sai 350000 acres of farmland Shantung were affected Newly planted seedlings and wheat sow last winter had been snuffed ou by nature it said Massive crop failures attribu ted to natural calamities hav left China in near famine Refu gees escaping from the mainlan tell of rice rations cut to a mer few ounces a day with virtuall no meat and only a few vege tables to garnish otherwise taste less meals THE PEIPING regime recetitl negotiated three massive grair mrchases from Canada and Aus ralia The report also said that in Jupeh province the rice bowl o central China half the counties affected by a dry spell Peasants are conducting al available water to the fields vhere rice seedlings are being planted it said In places where the water shortage is mosl acute dry crops are being plant ed to replace rice SINGERS MOTHER DIES ENGLEWOOD NJ UPD Camelia Anka 38 mother of singer Paul Anka died Thurs day after a long illness sidered by the Communist bloc countries as the legal premier was Since the ceasefire was pro claimed last week however the Vientiane government and the rebels have been unable to agree even on a place to meet to discuss formation of a coali tion But Friday the Royal Loa tian government yielded to rebel demands and agreed to hold all political and ceasefire negotiations behind Communist lines A GOVERNMENT military team flew to Namone Laos for talks with neutralist followers of former premier Prince Sou vanna Phouma and the Com munistbacked P a t h e t Lao rebels But that session failed to agree on where to hold the military and political talks It was as useless as past discus sions at the village of Hin Heup in the nomansland between the two forces But the switch in the govern ment position came suddenly US Secretary of State Dean Rusk met with Lord Home and French Foreign Minister Maur ice Couve de Murville to discuss developments Rusk was to meet later with Lrromyko cochairman of the conference with Lord Home AN AMERICAN official said he truce commission com posed of representatives from tndia Canada and C9mmunist unanimously in report late Thursday night that there has been a general and demonstrable halt in the fighting Local outbreaks are still in evidence the truce supervisors but they said there is no way of controlling them Rusks goals once he puts he United States into the con erence include a clear defini ion of neutrality for hat every nation will agree to the necessary machinery o make sure it sticks But some Western diplomats were already alking of partitioning the little ingdom along the front lines of he fighting forces as Viet Nam as partitioned in 1954 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Parole for Touhys pal SPRINGFIELD 111 Hugh Basil The Owl Banghart bootlegera gangster and sidekick of Roger Touhy won parole Friday Banghard won his guaran tee of freedom a year and five months after Touhy walked out of Stateville penitentiaryand was gunned down by gangland assassins on a Chicago doorstep Warning by Lemnitzer WASHINGTON Gen Lyman L Lemnitzer chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told Congress theredefinitely has been a deterioration in the in ternational situation in the past year even though the possibility of general war is no greater A plug for investors WASHINGTON The president of the New York Stock Exchange urged Congress to reject Presi dent Kennedys request to eliminate tax breaks on dividend income He said they ought to be increased Keith Funston said the proposals would stymie in vestment and economic development SUI post to Weaver IOWA CITY Dr John C Weaver 45 dean of the University of Nebraska graduate school since 1955 has been appointed to the newly created post of vice president for research at the University of Iowa OFF TO TRUCE TALK Laos Vice Premier Gen Phoumi Nosavan right top checks papers as he sends off government military truce talks tearrf at Vientiane At left hand on belt is Brig Gen Sing Rathanasmay who heads the delegation Man in center is Photofax unidentified Below an Americanbuilt helicopter hovers over tiny village of Hin Heup in Laos during recent truce talks between government forces and Pathet Lap rebels In foreground is Nam Lik river Economists cite rising trend of sales output HOT SPRINGS Va mists predicted privately Fri ay that continuing recovery ould lift the nations annual roduction to a record rate of ore billion by the nd of the year At driving that is Women Jbesf In space Baltfmore Md m Women may be better drivers than men in outer space The Martin Co has been simulating space flights for more than a year as a project for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Drivers have flown millions of miles in outer space from a room in the Middle River Plant One test is operation of con trols to bring two space craft together on a television screen This is in anticipation of the future when stations or fuel depots may be necessary for space travels We find that women usually catch on to the space rendez vous controls faster than men E E Clark director of ad vance programs for Martin said They usually come along side the other vehicle in their first or second try Somehow the secretaries get the manual feel of space driving immediately Possibly they concentrate on the simple maneuver with no side thoughts on the scientific problems in volved The optimistic estimate came s Secretary of Commerce Lu er H Hodges prepared to meet ere with his ry Council Members of Business Advis the council Russians ready new space shot Hillary has mild stroke KATMANDU Nepal International Red Cross officials hoped for a break in the wintry weather in the Himalayas to permit a small plane to land with help for stricken Sir Edmund Hillary the conqueror of Mt Everest Hillary suffered a mild stroke while pitching a camp near the summit of 27790foot Mt Makalu which he was attempting to scale He is be ing brought to the base at Mingbo near Everest ported which includes the heads of scores of the countrys largest elated at the rising trend of sales and output in recent weeks It surpassed the councils March predictions orbit for more than 10 hourS FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES VIENNA A second Soviet manned space flight possibly by two or more astronauts will take place soon Moscow scien tific circles predicted Friday According to Soviet experts the new flight will be much jmore advanced technically and scientifically than the first one One of the astronauts to make the trip would probably be Maj Yuri Gagarin since he is the only Soviet citizen who has had practical experience in space It is also possible that the second Soviet flight will circle the earth several times instead of just once In that case the astro nauts would have to remain to lowans for flood aid DES MOINES hich fought March floods in owa are to receive in ederal help for damage to county and city property The bulk of the money an lounced in Washington Thursday jrobably will be needed in Water oo and Cedar Rapids for damage one by the Cedar River State Jeologist H Garland Hershey aid at Iowa City Gov Norman Erbe listed 22 ounties mostly in eastern and ortheastern Iowa as disaster reas President John F Kennedy directed the Office of Civil De ense and Mobilization to provide he funds Hershey said city and county pplications for disaster help will e received at his office in Des until June 15 Johnson Diem agreed More aid to S Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam Vice President Lyndon B John son said Friday he had reached complete agreement with Presi dent Ngo Dinh Diem on how the United States can help South Viet Nam meet growing Com munist guerrilla attacks The program includes increas ing the 150000man Vietnamese army and bolstering it and civil defense forces with additional U S military advisers but sources said no American troops are to be sent to this Southeast Asian battleground for combat duty JOHNSON REFUSED at news conference to discuss fig ures or costs But earlier it was reported the United States was prepared to offer Diem mil lion more a year in arms aid to increase his army 20000 men Johnson met with Diem for nearly three hours this morning He then before the National Assembly to pledge U S sup port in helping this proWestern Asian ally carry the load of an additional defense burden to combat Communist subversion We are prepared to work with you to develop an agreed solution to the problem of addi tional burdens of defense he told the legislators THIS MEANT that the United States would step up its defense support program which totals J5160 million in the current fis cal year But no specific amount was mentioned pending further negotiations Johnson also gave assurances that President Kennedy is ready to help South Viet Nam move forward to meet the needs of its 226 million people in educa tion rural development new dustry and longrange economic progress The United States is expected o increase its military advisory group in South Viet Nam from he present 650 officers and men 0 about 1650 Sources said addi ions would include ranger uits xperts counterguerrilla war are Viet Nam is half water half and It is crisscrossed with can Is marshes swamps and lush ungle Poor roads inhibit quick movement The jungle provides iding places Aged lowan dies of crash injuries IOWA CITY UP Rose Dau remont 75 Riverside died in hospital here Friday ofin uries received Thursday night 1 a twocar crash at the junc on of Highways 151 and 261 outhwest of Anarnosa Hodges says he is very en couraged on the outlook for improved trade and travel bal ances after a business anc travel promotion tour of Europe Hodges told newsmen he found business cially in West Germany and Ita ly He said those two countries need special machinery and consumer goods available in the United States On the inside Editorials Page 4 Clefr Lake News S Society News 89 Mason City News1011 Latest Markets 11 North Iowa News 12 Sports 1314 The BlueJ 17 Comics19 TV Guide Pullout Section HEPATITIS RATE UP ATLANTA of in ectious hepatitis in the nation ast week continued to be more ban double last years incidence health service corn disease center re ne municable At Paris meanwhile France suspended an invitation Gagarin to visit Paris when it developed that the Russians were planning to send the space man May 31 the same day President Kennedy arrives on an official visit The invitation to Gagarin was extended by the Union Syndi cale Des Industries Aeronau tiques which stages the 24th Paris air show starting May 26 An invitation also was sent to American astronaut Alan B Shepard but there was no word of acceptance The union declined to com ment on the reason for suspend ng Gagarins invitation but in ormed sources said the French told the Russians their avail able forces might not be suffi cient to guarantee the security of Kennedy and at the same time READYTOWEAR SACRAMENTO Calif Mrs Charles Kinsey gave birth to a boy Thursday in the infants department of a downtown de lartmcnt store Milk price war in Davenport area DAVENPORT price oi milk has dropped as much as 26 cents a gallon in area stores since a price war started earlier in the week Milk previously had sold for 85 cents a gallon in stores but some were selling it for 59 cent a gallon Friday The price cutting has not affected milk in quanti ties of less than a gallon BOND FAILS AGAIN AUDUBON UPi By a 1408 to 1240 vote a bond is sue for a new high school was defeated for the 5th time Thurs SAMI Photofax STUDY IN MOODS Faces of spectators at the Adolf Eichmann trial in Jerusalem reflect the serious aspect of the case as the former Nazi is tried for ma jor complicity in the extermination of some six mil lion Jews during World War II The government is continuing to call witnesses testifying to Eichmannt complicity in the wholesale slaughter   

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