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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             1 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North To wans neighbors VOL W Associated Press and United Press International Pull tease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 27 1961 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Two No 251 To utilize military powers sparingly To unify strotegy Task force moves out WASHINGTON An left Thursday for Paris to begin coordinating Allied political mil itary and diplomatic strategy against Soviet efforts to push the West out of Berlin Officials described this as a significant move in President Kennedys plan to seize the diplomatic initiative from Soviet Premier Khrushchev while also strengthening the allied mil itary front In addition the task force expected to explore with the major U S allies the possibility of economic reprisals against the Soviet bloc if the Russians further tighten the screws on Berlin The diplomatic group headed by Assistant Secretary of State Foy D Kohler will confer in Paris with British French and West German officials These workinglevel allied meet ings will prepare the way for the Aug 57 conference in the French capital of Secretary of State Dean Rusk and the Brit ish French and West German foreign ministers j Is Mr K I i i kidding or not Kennedys on the spot By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON President Kennedy is a speedreader but if he could just read minds too the anniversary of his first six months in officewould have been a little more comfortable The greatest dilemma he knewl he faced from the beginning dealing with Premier Khrushchev has caught up with him But now thats here hes in a position of a man wrestling with a phan tom He knew before he took office because Khrushchev had said itj would be this way that sooner or later in 1961 the Russian once again would demand that the Al lies get out of Berlin THE LAST TIME Khrushchev did set a dead line for a settlement but then let it slide past Now again the Rus sian has set a deadline Its six months But what Kennedy doesnt know is whether Khrushchev means it this time So the best he can do on any move he makes is guess He had a choice Be firm or back up He chose to be firm But he appears more than just firm Hes been tough For instance He has let it be known his administration is in creasing the mobilization of the AP Photoiax nations armed forces But in doFOR WHOM THE ALARM SOUNDS Mr and ing sosincc he cant read thej ylrs Clarke Orange N J manage to smile Russians mindall he can hope de pite the fact thev were aroused bv police at K tho hoc HninfT ncfhr t l a m and hustled off to headquarters They and 12 other parties were jarred from their sleep to empha size a crackdown on parking they had ignored is that hes doing right HE DOESNT know if Khrush chev is bluffing He doesnt know if the Russian just wanted to keep the pot boiling without any inten tion of a showdown in the hope hed benefit by any weak spot that showed up in Kennedy If this guess Is right then it might be assumed a tough Ken nedy might cool him off But this isnt necessarily a correct assump tion since it might have just the opposite effect on Khrushchev Kennedy toughness may force Khrushchev even though he had started out bluffing to feel he has to get equally tough or tougher or otherwise lose face in a way ditional defense spending that hurts both him and commun Spurred by the popular support Kennedy aroused in taking ism his case to the nation Tuesday night Congress is in the process GOP wary of spending spree WASHINGTON S President Kennedy apparently has put in jeopardy part of his New Frontier program by his call for ad Will call reservists as needed Defense chief tells of plan WASHINGTON o p de fense officials told Congress Thursday they plan only limited use now of powers Presided Kennedy asked to call up 250 000 reservists or hold service men on duty for a year beyonc the terms for which they vol unteered or were drafted plan to use this author ity sparingly Secretary of De fense Robert S McNamara told fiie Senate Armed Service Committee at a closed door ses sion Chairman Richard B Rus sell DGa has said the com mittee may approve soon two of Kennedys emergency re quests for wide authority to deal with the Berlin crisis of any future Communist threats ONE WOULD let the Presi dent call to immediate active duty any of the various groups of trained reservists during the next year or hold necessary units and individuals now in the Armed Forces for extra 12 months of service The other would stamp ap jroval on a priority list of military hardware in cluding aircraft missiles and ships McNamara said defense of ficials are well aware of the disruptive effects and the hard ships which such recalls to ac tive duty have on the individ uals Although he and Gen Lyman L Lemnitzcr chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff testified behind closed doors their screened statements were made available to newsmen Photoiax TESTIFY ON ARMS BUILDUP Secretary of De fensechiefs were called to testify in support of two fense Robert McNamara and Gen Lyman Lemnitzer new bills covering President Kennedys recommencla chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff sit at the wit tions for a buildup in the armed forces One calls for ness table as they await the start of a closed hearing new appropriations the other would authorize the at the Senate Armed Services Committee The de President to order ready reserve units to active duty 2 counties face hardships despite abundance in Iowa By DAN PERKES Intakes them eligible for fcdereligible for federal aid must A commission spokesman said DES MOINES In the al aid directed at creating pcr minimum exten McNamara con WE ALSO plan to use the authority to extend the terms of service of military person nel to the necessary tinued We hope to restrict its use to only those personnel whose skills and experience are essential dur ing the buildup for as short a period as possible We also expect to make lim ited use of the authority to extent the training periods of certain se lected reserve units The program is geared primari ly to increasing n o n nuclear lidst of Iowas abundance atj least two southern Iowa mancnt job opportunities first submit an overall government might make ties are facing economic hard ships Appanoose and Monroe coun velopment program to the comj available to the two The two counties will be ablejmission for approval and projcountics but that depends on counto apply for federal grants 10 per cent in malchingihow many other counties across YET IF KENNEDY showed of Sving hi1flilc 53454000000 he askedplus a years SQ thflt this c to boost military speedily as its ponderous maL Jt weakness even though Khrush chev had only meant to bluff it would be an invitation to the Rusl chinery can operate But the enthusiasm with which members of both parties are backing the chief executive in the buildup of arms strength in san to push his luck and trample ion wRh lhe Berlin all over Kennedy and the West jg matched by the mjs givings with which many view the fiscal future Republicans have taken the lead in demanding domestic econ omies aimed at pruning what they And Kennedy weakness could wreck the Western alliance So Kennedy while tough hasnt been crude or brutal Hes lefl the door open for Khrushchev to talk sense At this moment in the Kenisav bre adchf neciyKhrushchev blhon for the fiscal no concessions are ofvear ending next June 30 LoniNorth Iowa Partly cloudy will ferecl THUNDER STORMS iservative Democrats are talking Its too soon for that Therell still have to be various demon slralions of determination not to yield before the two can sit down lo sec whether Ihcyi have anything to yield that the Iwo know the in the same terms THE REPUBLICAN Congres sional Committee said in a stale tlie President cant scattered showers or thunder showers through Friday Lows Thursday night 6570 Highs Fri day 8388 Iowa Partly cloudy scattered Thc danger is men because they whole world is listening anc that therefore they must sound very sturdy will talk them selves into such an impossible position that there can be no yielding and no turning back Negroes win rights in Rhodesia voting SALISBURY Southern Rhodesia W Southern Rhodesias voters have endorsed a proposed new constitution for this British colony that gives Negroes a voice in Parliament for the first time but retains white rule Prime Minister Sir Edgar Whilchcad leader of the United Federal Parly her alded lhe outcome of he referen dum Wednesday as a victory over the extremists of both sides it both ways and must shelve unnecessary civilian spend ing for the duration of the inter national emergency We cannot afford the fat of social experimentation at this time if we arc to develop the sinews of survival the state ment said KENNEDY HAS established a fairly good batting average in combatting the traditional Repub licanSouthern Democratic coali lion and getting Congress ap proval of legislation dealing with distressed areas housing mini mum wage Social Security and unemployment compensation But the increased military out lays have injected a new clement in this prospect of a whooping budget deficit or in creased taxes in 1962 when all House seats and onethird of those n thc Senate arc up for grabs in he election s h o w c r s or Thursday night thunderstorms and Friday Lows Thursday night 6570 Highs Friday 80s north to low er 90s extreme south Furthei outlook Partly cloudy rather warm and humid with some scatterea showers likely Satur day Minnesota Mostly cloudy show ers Highs Friday in 80s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 85 Minimum 59 Precipitation 13 Sunrise Sunset 8TH ANNIVERSARY SEOUL Korea UPI Thc Korean war ended eight years ngo today South Korean s treated the anniversary like any other day There were no parades or speeches ihave as McNamara put it a great range of military alterna tives for meeting Soviet moves OVERALL the defense appro pri ation bill now asked by the ad ministration for the fiscal year that began July 1 tops billion Sen A Willis Robertson DVa chairman of the Appropriations subcommittee said it plans to act on the bill Friday afternoon The full committee is expected to act on it next Tuesday Robertson said the bill probably will be brought up in thc Senate towarc the end of next week Thc House already has passec the defense money bill but acted before Kennedys request for additional funds was sub milled lo Congress Wednesday On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 6 Society News 8910 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Clear Lake News 20 Transit Schedule 21 POSTAL SERENADE DES MOINES UPI The sostman blinked twice here Wednesday as he received a surprise serenade from an un expected source Mailman Jim Stefani suddenly felt as though ic were right in thc middle of in orchestra but a packaged ransislor radio in his mailbag soon dispelled any doubls that he might be hearing things ties which adjoin each other have been designated as de pressed areas by the U S De partment of Commerce This loans to attracl new industryifuncls The Commission will nation become eligible and carry out economic plan ning under thc area redevelop ment program set up by Con gress last May The Iowa Development Com mission said a county to be minisler the federal program in Iowa Neither county has applied for funds yet commission officials said Thursday Both have indi cated they intend to do so SAME Iowa Salelj Department Figures BlacS Flag Means ITafflo Death in Past 11 Hours Minuteman missile again is success The purpose of the federal program is to provide new and better opportunities in rural and urban areas where a large num ber of people are unemployed or operate small marginal farms In setting up criteria for aid I areas commission offi c i a 1 s jsaid the federal government looked for labor market gener ally urban areas with a persis tent high level of unemployment and rural areas having the most serious problem of lowincome and inadequate farm levels of CAPE CANAVERAL operational by mid in the nation The nations push button misj The 33ton solidfuel interconj pgpERAL officials silc the Minuteman was firedjtinental ballistic missile for the third time Thursday in acould send a nuclear warhead series of tests aimed at making to enemy targets by N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES malic guidance blasted off a launching pad at am Iowa The Air Force said the launch was a suc cess with all three stages ignit ing properly The simulated warhead landed near Ascension Island 5000 miles away The firing was similar to two previous tests of the sensational I missile A dishlike area was oul on lhe capes mis recently commission to list the four bottom counties in in relation to the criteria Foreign aid bill WASHINGTON The House foreign Affairs committee gave President Kennedy a major legisla tive victory by approving his controversial longjsjic shooting gallery tosimulate range foreign aid financing plan The five year conditions in underground silos billion plan would finance development loans to for eign countries by government borrowing set up for aid In addition to Appanoose and Monroe neighboring Dccatur and Wayne counties also were included From the statistics provided the government desig nated Appanoose and Monroe as depressed areas An economic boost for the two counties apparently has been long in coming Commission officials noted that coal production once the mainstay industry of both coun wherc thc Minuteman is schedties has been declining for 25 ulcd to be sent for operational jyears Few other industries work were set up to fill the gap Peaceful integration DALLAS Tex One hundred and fiftysix Negroes went into 40 formerly allwhite restaurants and washrooms throughout Dallas It was a peaceful integration program sponsored by both white and Negro leaders to prepare the way for the courtor dered integration of schools at the first grade level in September Hammarskjold optimistic TUNIS Tunisia United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold left for New York de claring he was optimistic after his threeday on thespot investigation of last weeks FrancoTunisian fighting for Bizerte Hammarskjold said it was up to the U N Security Council to decide what measures to take in the Bizerte crisis Meets Nigerian leader WASHINGTON President Kennedy held his second White House meeting with Nigerian Prime Minister Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balcwa who seeks his support of a revised United Nations Structure call ing for a bigger security council role for Africa The Minuteman was dtvel Thcrc also j considerable marginal agncu lure land across oped to join the ICBM family margina ancu ure an s southern Iowa A severe drought which includes thc alreadyop cration Atlas and thc Titan lm of Minutemans capabilarea still are closely tne plagued the Most ily fealures guarded secrets but the Air Force said one of its prime ad APPANOOSE AND Monroe experienced a sharp decline in population during the last dec vantages is that it can be fired ade as did some other southern quicker and by fewer men The first Minuteman firing last spring was a complete suc cess going its full route of more than 4000 miles and dropping a dummy warhead into the South Atlantic The second shot last May 19 however was only a partial success A POINT OF VIEW LONDON UPI Woman reporter Iri Ashley of the Daily Express said Thursday she is I against dresses cut low in the jback because I would rather influence the man Im talking to than the one standing behind me Iowa counties Recent figures on the states per capita buying income show both counties rank at or near the bottom In Appanoose effective buy ing income averaged in Monroe a year A comparison with other rural counties show Davis with Wright Ringgold Adams Winnebago 635 Humboldt and Tama Allamakec showed only THE LARGER more Indus trializcd areas showed consider ably higher effective buying in come including Black Hawk   

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