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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 2, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for HM VOL 99 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 2 1961 Copy ConsUti of Two SectionsStcUon HOME EDITION Associated Preu tnd United Press International Full Lease voices Nikita friendly tone depths of Pentagon PARTLY CLOUDY How memo was copied By M G SWINGSETT New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Remember that big flap early in the Kennedy administration the topsecret Rusk memo to Defense Secretary McNamara about a shift in em phasis from nuclear to conven tional arms Heres the inside story of how it reached public print Three copies of the secretary of states memo were sent to McNamara One slipped into the wrong out box and was dropped into a chute that Carried it into the depths of the Pentagon There routinely 90 copies were repro duced on a duplicating machine and were routed to various De fense Department offices Once it got into the 90copy chute an official said we never had a chance to recall it PRESIDENT Kenn edys JFK has popularized initials on all sorts of documents Every ones putting his initials on all sorts of documents It is pretty hard to top of course but one of the Presidents special assistants is coming mightily close He is Frank D Reeves A dustup is in the making in the Senate over the Presidents failure to name an assistant j secretary of state for inter American affairs Sen George Smathers DFla a specialist in Latin matters wants a middle roader Sen Hubert Humphrey DMinn the Democratic whip naturally wants a strong liberal The White House staff cant make up its mind Considered and discarded thus far John Cabot a career am bassador Clark Kerr University of California chancellor deLes seps Morrison New Orleans Mayor Prospects An appointment will be announced shortly UNDER SECRETARY of the Treasury Robert V Roosa the of ficial who sets the terms of new government bond offerings has a portrait in his office which he considers inappropriate He is going to have it moved into a hall It is William Merritt Chases portrait of Jay Cooke Cooke was one of the biggest government bond manipulators in history His banking house floated the Norths huge Civil War loans and when it was forced to close its doors several years later precipitated the panic of 1873 Edward R Murrow Director of the United States Information Agency confided last week that when he came to Washington a veteran bureaucrat advised him to follow three rules dont be funny 2 never lie 3 dont blurt out the complete truth COUNT ON IT Rule 22 the cloture rule governing the length of debate will be modified this year but its the one and only civil rights advance in sight despite the Alabama riots Presi dent Kennedy has told Demo cratic liberals that he will com ment on the liberalbacked Civil Rights bill at his next press con ference probably after he re turns from Europe But he wont push the bill despite a pledge in September Hale Boggs the canny Congress man from Louisiana made a toast at a dinner party the other night to Secretary of Treasury Douglas Dillon I hate to say it Boggs said but I must ad mit that Doug Dillon is not only the smartest Republican I know but hes smarter even than some Democrats Dillon an Eisenhower holdover beamed I North Iowa Partly cloudy through Saturday Little cooler Friday night lows 52 to 56 Highs Sat urday upper 70s Iowa Mostly failnorth partly cloudy south through Saturday occasional showers extreme south Cooler north Friday night lows in lower 50s north to low er 60s south Highs Saturday generally in 70s Further out look Considerable cloudiness Sunday chance of showers Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near to slightly below normal Saturday through next Wednesday It will be a iittle cooler over the weekend with no major tem perature changes expected thereafter Normal highs are in the 70s and normal lows in the 50s Rainfall will average 20 to 30 of an inch in the north up to 60 of an inch in the south occurring in occa sional showers or thunder storms Minnesota Fair and cooler Highs Saturday in 70s Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset Arrives in Austria for talks JFK set to leave VIENNA a gate in the Iron Curtain Premier Khrush chev entered Austria Friday and came to Vienna for his weekend conferences with President Ken nedy who arrives Saturday The Soviet leader said he is here to establish personal contact with Kennedy and to exchange views on the main questions that con cern relations between the Soviet Union and the United States of America We know that one cannot set tle everything at once he ob served If however one has good will one can also achieve much within a short time THIS IS WHAT the people want who press for an easing of international tension and for strengthening of world peace On hand to greet Khrushchev in Vienna were President Adolf Schaerf Chancellor Alfons Gor Vyacheslav M Molo tov Khrushchev demoted Molotov from Soviet foreign minister short ly after he signed the Austrian State Treaty in 1955 He is now Soviet representative to the Vi enna headquarters of the Inter national Atomic Energy Commis sion Khrushchev came here after talks with Antonin Novotny Communist chief of Czechoslo vakia The Czechs said these talks produced complece agree ment Arriving from Czechoslova kia Khrushchevs special train passed through a gate in a com plex fence of barbed wire stretching along the Czech side of the frontier The fencing is arranged in several rows with a total depth of about 12 feet Its main purpose is to keep Czechs from making unauthor ized trips AT PARIS meanwhile Presi dent Kennedy wound up his talks with French President Charles de Gaulle A joint com munique emphasized the tradi tional friendship between France and the United States and made it clear that discus sions of the threat of interna tional Communism occupied JAttiO much of the time of the two Kennedy said differences ileaders among the Communist j In he comse of these dis powers some day may cussionSi which were both di rect and searching they De Gaulle and Kennedy examined the positions of the two coun tries with regard to the Soviet Union and the Communist world the communique said The communique referred to an agreement Kennedy and De Gaulle reached quickly in their there were YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 54 66 81 48 N ews m a utshell More training WASHINGTON The Army trying to meet President Kennedys re quirements for a combat ready reserve plans to intensify training of Na tional Guard and reserve divisions ticketed for quick callup in event of emergency Rivalries seen PARIS President burst into fullfledged rivalries 700 slain L EOPOLDVILLE Cong0 The mutilated bodies of more than 100 natives including 67 wo 11 tirsi uieic vvcxe men and children weie jno differences between them in discovered around a town toward the west 20 miles south of the ern position in Berlin Kivu Province capital of i At a press luncheon at the Bukava according to a Chaillot palace where Kennedy United Nations spokes man here Loos agrees GENEVA The head of the proWestern Lao tian government agreed to meet the other two princes heading his na tions two Communist supported factions rais ing some hope of a break in the deadlocked nego tiations here and in Laos Spending spree WASHINGTON The House Appropria tions Committee went on it s biggest spending spree of 1961 recom mending billion in new funds for the Agri culture Department and 23 independent federal agencies spoke about the differences be hind the Iron Curtain he said he was entering his talks in Vienna tomorrow with a lot more confidence as a result of his discussions with De Gaulle I accompanied Mrs Kennedy JFK deadpans PARIS President Ktnntdy deadpanned his own introduc tion Friday at a prtss club luncheon After formal tht US President arose faced the audience and said I do not feel that it is in appropriate for me to introduce myself I am the man who ac companied Jacqueline Kennedy into Paris Mrs Kennedy has scored a tremendous hit with the French populace r Faces in news FORMER MISS AMERICA WED Marilyn Van Derbur Miss America of 1958 married her college sweetheart Gary Nady Thursday night in St Johns Catholic Church in Denver Colo Following their wed ding reception the couple left for a monthlong hon eymoon Nady is football coach and a political science instructor at Parsons College in Fairfield Iowa where he will resume his duties later and they will make their home LOOKING TO FUTURE Fiveyearold Suzanne Stinson who will begin her school education this September gazes with awe at Miss Doris Townsend as the St Joseph Mo senior prepares for her high school graduation Thirteen years from now itll be little Suzannes turn V WELCOME FROM IKE Former President Dwight Eisenhower welcomes John Tower 35 and his wife into the official Republican ranks at Washington Tower was elected to the Senate in a special runoff election in Texas a smashing victory for the party Pholofax AT ODDS OVER TRUST FUND Diana Davis young heiress and her father Shelby Cullom Davis New York investment banker are at odds over Dianas refusal to sign away her rights in a trust fund worth Her refusal has thwarted her fathers plan to give the money to Princeton Uni versity his alma mater He started the fund for her with an original investment of 22 years ago and claims that she does not need it because she is as sured a life income of plus a cash gift of Sheldons Kistner in surprise guilty plea SIOUX CITY tfl Harold Kistner Jr Sheldon pleaded guilty Friday to aiding and abetting a million embez zlement at the now defunct Sheldon National Bank Kistner also pleaded guilty to one count of fraudulent sale of stock of the defunct Northern Biochemical Corp of Sheldon of he once was president Kistner was charged in con nection with the embezzle ment of million from the bank by Burnice Geiger as sistant cashier who has been sentenced to 15 years in prison More than of the money reportedly went to Northern Biochemical Kistners surprise appear ance in Federal District Court apparently brought to an end the governments action in the embezzlement which was discovered last Jan 16 at the Sheldon National Bank He appeared only with his attorney Frank Margolin Sioux City Kistner pleaded guilty to one count of aiding and abetting the embezzle ment and the government dis missed 11 other counts of aid ing and abetting Kistner then pleaded guilty to one count involving the fraudulent sale of Northern Biochemical stock and the government dismissed six oth er counts Last month Kistner had been convicted by a jury of 20 counts involving the use of the mail to sell unregistered securities He is awaiting sen tence on those charges Judge Henry N Graven said Kistner would not be sen tenced until a presentence in vestigation is completed Son of Trujillo to take control CIUDAD TRUJILLO Domini can Republic W Generalis simo Rafael Leonidas Trujillo was paid the tribute accorded heroes Friday His playboy son Gen Rafael Trujillo Jr 32 became the commander in chief of the 25 000man armed forces of the Dominican Republic the back bone of his fathers absolute rule for 31 years Rafael Jr made a brigadier general at the age of 9 by his proud father appointed Thursday night by President Joaquin Balaguer and other government chiefs who served as front men for the generalis simo Young Trujillos first job in preserving the family rule is to hunt down the small band of assassins led by a retired army general who ambushed the dic tator Tuesday night as he was being driven from Ciudad Tru jillo to his country estate The elder Trujillo 69 fell fighting with revolver in hand a com munique said The dictator took his last ride from this capital city whose ancient name of Santo Domingo he changed to mem orialize himself The body lay in state in his Six die in 2car mishap BELLEVUE persons three of them children perished Friday in a twocar headon col lision at the crest of a country road hill about 4 miles west of here Authorities identified the dead all from Route 4 Belle vue as GERALD LeROY Kintzlc 26 lis wife Una 24 the couples 11monthold son Gary Mrs Karma Hoff 35 and two of her children Lenita 3 and Terry 11 Two other persons were re ported injured one critically Dwain Becker 9 was taken to a Clinton hospital in critical condition In serious condition at a Bellevue hospital was Mary Hoff 10 Highway patrolmen said the drivers of the two cars were Karma Hoff and Gerald KintzleJ KINTZLE HIS wife and aj son Terry were the only pas sengers in their car officers said The others were riding in the Hoff vehicle The accident occurred on a straight stretch on the gravel road at the crest of a slight rise Officers were unable to deter mine immediately what caused the accident A fine weekend for lowans Most of Iowa can look forward to fair pleasant weather through the weekend but theres a threat of thunder storms in the extreme south Theres also a possibility of slightly cooler temperatures in northern and central Iowa Fri day night but daytime liighs Saturday and Sunday arent ex pected to change much LIONS FOUNDER vin Jones 82 Chicago founder and secretarygeneral of the In ternational Association of Lions Clubs died Thursday after a long illness Jones after found ing the organization in 1917 guided its development into the worlds largest service club group with 15615 clubs in 111 nations He was born in Fort Thomas Ariz luxurious home in the capital during the night then was moved to the lobby of the Na tional Palace stacked with flowers THE BURIAL was in San Cristobal IS miles away where Trujillo was born and worked in a mill before embarking on his military path to power and vast riches The nation of almost three mil lion was outwardly calm the news of the slaying had brought little show of shock A few steel helmeted infantrymen stood at street corners but otherwise there were no signs of unusual police or army activity The government its outward composition unchanged because the generalissi mo held no for1 mal position inl it pledged to car1 ry on the do1 mestic and for eign policies ofj the slain er e s p aid to the western democ racies and an ti Communist TRUJILLO JR policies Extolling the dead dictator it promised to adhere to his policy of nonintervention as well as in variable adhesion to the senti ments of friendship which the re public has always maintained for all nations of the free world RETIRED BRIG Gen Juan Tomas Diaz once a close collabo rator with Trujillo was called the leader of the band of killers Wide spread reports that he had an armed band of supporters in the mountains brought an official de nial from the war department The US government kept to a waitandsee policy on the Domin can Republic before deciding ac ion it could take to swing the Caribbean country toward democ racy Foreign policy makers in Wash On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 6 CubGazette 7 jington said developments would Mason City News 89 jshow whether the carryover right SAME DATI1940191 While Flat Menni No Death In Fist IM Hours Sports 1112 wing Dominican regime is likely North Iowa News 15 j to become more moderate or face Comics 16 i then Washington 17 will know better how to apply Clear Lake News TV Guide Pullout Section leverage Marriage mill in last hectic month DES MOINES Theres only about one more month to get married in Iowa without waiting out a threeday notice period For that reason June may be an unusually heavy month for weddings the way L E Chancellor director of the state vital statistics division figures it IT WILL NOT cost any more for a marriage but in addition to the waiting period it will be more difficult for young teenagers to wed after the new law goes into effect July 4 Tht minimum age for brides will go up from 14 to U years and for bridegrooms from U to 18 years Last June there were 3401 June marriages in about oneeighth of the total for the year Chancellor said he expects bigger June rush this year be cause of the new law which was designed to stem the flow of young couples into Iowa from other states for quickie marriages Prospective newly w d have come from Wisconsin Illinois and Minnesota which have waiting periods ABOUT 25000 Iowa mar riage licenses have been sued annually in the last few years and in 1959 about one fifth of them were issued to couples from other states Chancellor said he expects that after July 4 the marriage rate will drop to about 20000 year Prior to 1933 a couple had to wait five days after the issu ance of a license to get mar ried in Iowa but it was only in effect for two years The 1931 legislature had enacted it and the 1933 session repealed it   

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