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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             Nprth owai Daily Newspaper tditod Hit ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors VOL 99 Associated Preu tod Waited Prcsi InternaUona Full Wlrct MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 1961 7c Paper Consists at Two No 310 Trouble in House for President Stalemate is the word By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHING President Kennedys number one political crisis today is the House of Representatives The House has proved beyond reasonable doubt to be his neme sis Next years bigthree Ken nedy biUs are taxes medical care and reciprocal trade on all of which the will of the House is decisive The House has become the bastion of stalemate It is run by men whose right to occupy positions of immensepower is rooted in the seniority system and in the lack of strong two party competition in the South the rural North and the Mid West Consider just one of the ridic ulous anomalies of the seniority system For years Graham Barj den of North Carolina ruled the House Labor Committee Last year he retired and control auto matically passed to Adam Clay ton Powell Everything that Rep Barden fought against and conspired fo block Rep Powell is fighting for and conspiring to pass Given the powers of a committee chair man the routine transfer from Barden to Powell without a vote being cast anywhere brings a change of fundamental impor tance to every piece of legisla tion handled by the House Edu cation and Labor Committee The caprice of the seniority system has infinite variations All but 13 of the top ranking Democrats on each of the 20 standing committees of the total of south ern or borderstate men Rep Otto Passman of Louisiana who refused to support the Kennedy Johnson ticket last year is locked in as chairman of the end at least temporarily rwo Foreign Aid Appropriations owa Fair to partly Climatology Symposium here committee a place of power cloudy and continued mild J Murray Mitchell Jr of the U S Weather Bureau said that affords full swing to his through Friday Lows Thurs his study of world temperatures since 1890 disclosed a steady dav night in upper 40s High rise until 1940 and then a downturn although onlyto an amount of a degree fahrenheit He said the United States West ern Europe and the Pacific Coast of Asia are the exceptions still enjoying a temperature rise Most of the cooling has been through Friday Lows Thurs day night 40s northwest to 50s southeast Highs Friday in the Photptax WHO WANTS TO GO TO Washington Piersall again has been traded this my Piersall a topflight baseball player traded from time by Cleveland to Washington Left to right are one team to another mainly because of his uncon Chris 8 months in mothers lap Ann 2 held by tollable temper gets a hearty vote of support from dad Maura 5 and Jimmy Jr jAt rear are Eileen the home front when he asked Who wants to go to 10 Doreen 9 Claire 8 and Kathleen 3 ii Its cancer Mr Sam told FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES icrat beloved by members ofof tissue from Rayburns right DALLAS TexHouse speakiboth parties and popularlygroin reveals a metastatie o n Tn TYA oil er Sam Rayburn has an incur able cancer his doctor revealed Thursday The venerable Texas Demo called Mr Sam is 79 jmalignancy illcU ivn uaniT i A medical bulletin issued by This indicated that the most his doctor at Baylor Universitylikely site of the malignancy is Medical Center said a biopsy the pancreas the bulletin said 10 escapees to go to prison DES MOINES least 10 inmates of the EldoraState Train ing School for Boyshave been or dered transferred to the Mens Reformatory State Penal Direc tor Ben Baer said Thursday The boys considered major se More gunfire exchanged in Berlin BERLIN po lice fired across Berlins brick curtain Thursday the second such incident in less than 24 hours adding to the trigger ten sion of this divided city West Berlin police said Commu nist police threw rocks across the wall at Bernauerstrasse and a Red police officer fired a single shot from his submachine gun at a West Berlin policeman No one was hurt West and East Berlin police traded fire Wednesday night across the border at Bernauer strasse and an East German po liceman was wounded The first incident occurred dur ing a chase of two East German refugees across border rooftops One refugee crying freedom plunged to his death when he jumped five stories and missed a West Berlin firemens net The other refugee was captured by the East Germans and taken away As a result of the two incidents Mayor Wlly Brandt disclosed he was discussing with the Western powers the reinforcement of West Berlin police to make the borders secure The shooting of the East German policeman was expected to raise a diplomatic storm West Berlin police gave this aC count of todays incident Vopos Communist police threw rocks across the wall into West Berlin One rock smashed the windshield of a truck on the road way A police patrol car was called and an officer went up to the wall and called out to the Vopos to stop throwing rocks A Vopo officer approached the wall jammed his submachine gun and shouted Go back Then the Vopo fired at the police officer The bullet missed and police on both sides drew back The two shootings were the most serious since the Commu nists began erecting theirwall of barbed wire and concrete blocks across the heart of Berlin on Aug 13 Bernauerstrasse is about the touchiest point along the 25mile wall The houses there are in Communist territory the side walks in the West After TOO years Warm spell ending ROME DPI A 100yearold warm spell is coming to an end at least temporarily two scientists told the International economy axe and makes him a Congressional maharajah who treats on almost equal terms with Presidents in fixing level of foreign aid the Although Arkansas is now los ing two House seats in the Con gressional reapportionment the ruling hierarchy in the House Friday in middle 70s Iowa Fair and mild 70s Further and mild Saturday has just placed Rep Dale i n n e s o t a Partly cloudy ford the archsegregationist on warmer Highs Friday near the appropriations committee a committee that has pervasive influence on every aspect of gov ernment If he can stay in the House he will climb the senior ity ladder and acquire great political power while his state loses population and declines in national influence The point of all this is that the structure and habits of the House fail except in remote ways to reflect the policies of a new administration any new administration This means the will of the people expressed in a presidential election is frustrated by the mechanics of the House and by the power of men whose right to make high policy rests on the merest few 80 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 75 Minimum 42 At 8 am 49 Sunrise Sunset Auto flips over Algona youth killed Pentecost 24 in the tropics His findings coincided with those of H H Lamb of the British Meteorological System Lamb said there had been a tricYiast year by 22181 to zerojwhen he was from a This is why the House is a proba halfmile west of here lem for the country Five others injured in the ac cident are hospitalized here There is no responsible Householder 23 driver of cratic leadership in the House jthe car son of JIr and Mrs Speaker Rayburn who is i9 SChailes Householder Lone not well A power struggle hgs iacerations Reuben succession against the possibiJMcArthur 24 Algona scaip ity that we may not come yiolet Turnbull 16 A1 cf art pn i mom en LI i j California race has new twist LOS ANGELES AP The question of who tried to keep whom out of the 1962 California Republican governorship race took a new turn Thursday Robert Finch former campaign manager for Richard M Nixon said Goodwin J Knight ried to deal Nixon out of the contest This new claim is that Knight proposed if elected governor to swing the 1964 California Repub lican presidential delegation to Nixon if the former vice president would stay out of the gubernatori al race Knight on the other hand de clared Wednesday that an emis sary of Nixon tried to lure him Knight out of the governorship race by promising in return virj M vj itually any state political appoinj is abandoning an ice island research station m the jtive office he wanted Arctic The fourbyseven mile variously j Finch sajd tnat Knight offered the delegation deal last August but that Nixon told him it was too early to talk about the 1964 presidential race Knight denied to newsmen that he had proposed the deal for Nix on to stay out Knight named Los Angeles fin ancier J Howard Edgerton as thei alleged Nixon emissary trying to join in Wednesday s Knight out of the slight rise in temperatures throughout the world since 1850 which ended a little ice age extending as far back as the year 1430 But R G Verhard another Briton said the present fall in worldwide temperatures does not indicate the advent of an other true ice age N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES next year started the momen facial lacerations and a he left It will continue all ffl0t Kern 2o year even if he does return RQck scalp and liead speaker is second in ot wounds patricia Holcomb 16 daughter of Mr and Mrs Ken White House succession and a formidable power in his own right The stakes are high The young Kennedy Demoipossjble back injury They are crats have been leaving the j fair condilion i House Metcalf and Gene1 n e t h Holcomb Whittemore abrasions and lacerations and a McCarthy for the Senate Stuart Udall to the Kennedy Cabinet Jim Quigley and George Mc Govern to defeat While other Kennedy Democrats scramble According to investigating of ficers Householder was going east downhill on the McGregor street road His car left the north side of the road hit the inodv Democrats scramoie incuy driveway of the Albert Van all year long to ortify thp flfrj selves back home the entrencn ed conservatives from safe dis tricts play their expert parlia mentary game here in Washing ton For President Kennedy the condition of the House spells immediate crisis For the coun try it demands close attention with an eye on reform Ice island abandoned WASHINGTON The Air Force announced it Dandoning an ice island research station in the xinjic The fourbyseven mile island variously known as Bravo Fletchers Island has been used for the last nine years It normally floats m orbit around the north pole but has been grounded since last May and has lost most of its research value A moment of prayer WASHINGTON Unnoticed by other worship pers President Kennedy knelt in prayer at the back of St Matthews Cathedral He had slipped out of the White House for 20 minutes to join in Wednesdays day of prayer on behalf of peace and freedom which hVhad proclaimed Dutchmen sentenced KIEV Ukraine A Soviet military courtcon victed two Dutch merchant marine petty officers on charges of spying and sentenced them to 13 years in prison Indianas East Berlin INDIANAPOLIS Ind A coffee drinker ap parently irked by Gov Matthew Welshs curtailment of state employes coffee breaks hung the following sign in a passage leading to the Statehouse cafeteria Entering East Berlin Irish returns are slow DUBLIN Ireland First fragmentary returns from Irelands general elections indicatedno dra change in party voting strength Under the On the inside Editorials Pafle 4 North Iowa News 5 Clear Lake News 89 Society News 1213 Sports 1718 urity risks have escaped from No further surgery is antici pated A metastatie malignancy means that the cancer has I spread from one point where it originated over other parts of the body In this case it appar ently developed in the pancreas and spread into the groin A hospital spokesman said the fact that the cancer is in the groin indicates it also has spread Eldora one or more times in the ast Baer said Of the 10 six now are in cus ody including one who assaulted a guard during a breakout Mon day Seventeen boys fled lhe instit ution that day Atleast one of the youths to je transferred has escaped fromj he training school five times in he past 2Vz years Baer said Carroll Price of Knoxviller a nember of the State Board of Jontrol which supervises state penal and mental institutions said he recent rash of escapes was not the entire reason for the trans er of some of the boys to Ana mosa Its just that some of them are 100 ornery for us to handle at he school Price said The break Monday was one of a series of mass escapes from the institution in r e c e n t weeks Thirtytwo boys had fled in late August but most of them were quickly caught and returned Baer said several other meas to most of the lower part of Ray burns body He said surgery would not be resorted to because there is ures are planned in an effort to tightensecurity at Eldora He saic he expects the training staff to be enlarged and that structural changes in the maximum security building are being considered These include bars on windows Guards also will start daily rou tine shakedowns of individua Comics 19 i rooms at irregular times and H i tighter control will be ordered on Latest Markets 20 ft itui IUUIB muni Mason City News 2021 in an escape Baer said used Transit Schedule 26 Yanks stranded in Ireland fly home LONDON President Air He said the institution presently is in the process of recruiting a clinical staff and will put some emphasis on getting people who have been trained in handling and evaluating tough customers But he emphasized that no change is anticipated in the insti icnange is anticipated in uie line plane took off for basic philosophy of York and Los Angeles Thurs day with a party of Americans who had been stranded at Gat wick Airport for three days Most of the original 88 pas sengers were aboard the char ter craft An undetermined number had managed to obtain alternate flights Wednesday dling the boys with understanding Were not going back to beating them up as has been done on oc casion in the past he said Meanwhile four more recent escapees were captured at Guth rie Center after a largescale search was conducted in that are Wednesday Reds 000 211 0206 9 0 000 200 0002 4 3 SAM RAYBURN nothing they can do It is all over him Rayburn developed such se vere pains in his back three he had to leave Washington while Congress was in session He came to his country home in Bonham Tex where he said Washington doctors told him he had lumbago which had never killed anybody yet Rayburn steadilylost weight and last Monday his doctor in Bonham Tex ordered him to Baylor University in Dallas for exhaustive tests The tests were concluded Details on sports page Thursday with the biopsy A friend in Bonham said Ray burn actually had been in poor health a year Asked how much time doctors gave the veteran speaker of tha House one of Rayburns closa associates said it may be a mat ter of just a few days I Waterloo man dies in house blaze WATERLOO UPI Hinrichs 49 died in a small rooming house fire here Thurs day His body was found a few I feet away from a bed covered I with a smoldering mattress Au thorities said evidence at tha scene indicated Hinrichs had len asleep while smoking in bed ship contest Nixon and Edgerton promptly denied the accusation Edgerton claims he was not acting as an emissary of Nixon Mediators join in talks at Ford Co DETROIT medi ators acting as observers Thursday joined Ford Motor Co the United Auto Workers Union negotiations searching for a settlement of a strike that has shut down Ford operations There was no immediate indica tion of direct government inter vention in the negotiations The car caught If ire but there was no explosion The Algona fire department was called to extinguish the fire Investigating were Kossuth County Sheriff Ralph Lindhorsl Patrolman Duanc Holman Hum boldl and Algona police J complicated proportional representation system com plete results are not expected until Friday New warning to Russ WASHINGTON The United States has called on Russia to avoid shooting incidents on the East West Berlin border which could seriously jeopard ize peace and the public order SAME DATEiHO42 Phoiofaa EASY DOES Jack Ben town to receive a belated diploma at ny relaxes on stage as he signs auto school named for him He assumed this graphs for students of the new Jack position in the school auditorium after Junior High School in Wauke a rehearsal for a TV show he will gun 111 Benny returned to his home for Oct 22 showing   

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