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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for The VOL 102 l ClTY GLOBEGAZETTE newspaper th a t m a Ice s a 11 North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION Associated PreMr and Prew International Full Lease MASON IOWA MONDAY JUNE 11 W2 10c Paper Consists of two One A No 105 13 months agreement in Laos One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGIO pMSu KWLC Deeorah PM BOB WOI Amei 60 WTAD Quinejr WSUI low City A warning Youiifind it crowded LAKES OR 1 seashore Or maybe your vacation plans call for just tak ing to the highway in your car and seeing the country with no particular destinations in mind Only you gentle reader know about that But I can make one prediction about your vacation whatever its character with full confi dence Youre going to fine things crowded on the way anc after you get there A lot 01 people are going to have the same and at the same time Were a nation of vaca tioners 90 per cent of us participate in outdoor recrea tion in one form or another and our annual bill is at least billion It isnt just the great tourist Yellowstone Bryce Lake Louise Banff Glacier anc Yosemite that are crowded The same is true of the thou of commonplace spots here Americans go to ge away from the humdrum o everyday living a com muning with nature The number seeking out such vacation places is increasing far more rapidly than have the t facilities to take care of the throngs The resull is a serious and growing con gestion during the height of the travel season Its self evideni that something must be done about it And its my pleasure to report that something is being done A plan of sizable proportions is on foot The program got under way in 1958 when Congress at President Eisenhowers sugges tion created the Outdoor Rec reation Resources Review Com mission headed by Laurance S Rockefeller This body was assigned the task of evaluating existing rec reational resources and reconf mending steps necessary or ad vis able to look ahead as far as 1975 4 and 2000 AD The com missions report last January included 29 specific recommen dations ranging from federal aid for state planning to con of paths along high ways for hikers and cyclists Bills have been introduced in Congress and other steps taken to implement these recommen dations President Kennedy is backing the project unstintingly Once while discussing the sub ject he spoke these words Americas health morale culture have long benefited from our national parks and forests and our wildlife oppor tunities Yet these resources are not now adequate to meet the needs of a fastgrowing mo bile population In that statement the Presi dent predicted a tripling of the demands on such federally owned recreational areas before the end1 of the century The administrations propos als were first set forth in a pres idential message to Congress March 1 The President re quested authority to create a number of national parks or other recreational areas and proposed that purchases be fi nanced through a land acquisi tion fund set up in the Treasury A major proposal of com mission was carried out by ex ecutive action April 2 when a Bureau of Outdoor Recreation was created in the Interior De partment The new bureau is to assist states in recreation plan ning promote coordination of the activities of a score of fed eral agencies involved in rec reation programs and develop integral national recreation plan It is significant that he di 4 Turn to Ptge 2 Please PROM DELAYED TWO Twenty years ago the graduation class of Dorsey High School in Los Angeles called off its prom because of World War II Someone suggested they get to gether in 20 years Saturday nearly half of the class of 200 Photofax held the delayed prom The six members above revived the Conga a popular dance of 20 years ago From left to right Mr and Mrs Rea Rawlins Mr and Mrs Allan Cherman and Mr and Mrs Robert Watkinson On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society 567 Sports IMS Latest Markets 14 Mason City News1415 Comics 1 Clear Lake News17 North News18 Chickasaw youth dies in smash up CHARLES vCITY Dennis Crooks 16 died on the way to the hospital early Monday f 61 lowing a headon collision on a bridge over the Cedar River seven miles east of Charles City on Highway 18 A car driven by Crooks col lided at am enbyCharles Henry Radloff Clear Lake Radjoff 70i is in critical condition at the Cedar Valley Hospital with a crushed chest a rida broken left arm Charles Crooks father of Den nis was a 1 passenger iin the brooks car HeAvasrtreated al the hospitalfor minor cuts and bruises and was released The Crooks ireresidents of Chickasaw a small community east of Charles City Funeral services for the youth are pending atthe Chenoweth and Son FuneralHome Nashua Radloff was on the way to his rarm at Postville his iformer home to help with field work The accident was investigated by Chickasaw County Sheriff Salen Folkers and Patrolman Don Harris New Hampton Folkers said young Crooks was jranted a drivers license only ast Wednesday Freemans father Iowa case not linked to Estes is dead at 78 MINNEAPOLIS UPI 1 The ather of Agrifculture Secretary Orville L Freeman died Mon day Orville E Freeman 78 was clerk of the Minneapolis uvcnile court SAME DATEmitt WASHINGTON House subcommittee lovestigatmg the Bilhe Sol Estes case also is look ing into he case of an Iowa grain elevator operator sentenced to piison for stealing government owned grain The case involves Alex Versel Barbour Jr of Knoxville who pleaded guilty last week to steal ing 156785 busiiels of government surplus corn stored in his eleva tor The government has made a 240818 claim against him Subcommittee counsel James Naughton said Monday the panel has asked for a report on the case from the Department of Ag riculture and is looking into it Buthe saidno decision has been reached onwhether to hold hear ings on the case As far as 1 know the case has no connection with the Billie Sol Estes case Naughton would not say though that some of the principles involved might not be the same Barbbur owned the Hawkeye Mill Last week hewas sentenced m Federal Court in Des Moines to a threeyearterm for the theft of 156785 bushels of government surplus corn stored in his facili ties Barbour filed voluntary bank ruptcy before he pleaded guilty eaily last month The government filed a 5204818 claim in the bank ruptcy action The Iowa Commerce Commis sion r e v o k e d Barbours state warehouse license June 1961 and the US Department of Agricul ture had taken Barbour off its ap proved list for storage of federal grain However between June and De cember 1961 after the Agriculture Department had called for its grain from Barbour and was in vestigating him Barbour alleged ly stole at least an additional 100000 bushels of corn Rep Neal Smith DIowa said I am particularly interested in determining whether there was wrongdoing or mal administra tion involved in the failure of the government to learn of the huge shortages at the Barbour eleva tor I think it is important that we find put just what bond there was on the storage grain and just how much the government stands to lose Cabinet is main issue 3 princes give OK KHANG KHAY Laos The rival Laotian princes agreed Monday on the Cabinet for a coali tion government aimed at ending the civil war and adding Laos to the ranks of the worlds neutral nations Neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma the premierdesignate announced the agreement climax ing negotiations instituted by the 14nation conference on Laos at Geneva 13 months ago Premier Pnnce Boun Oum ol the piesent royal Laotian govern ment is stepping out of govern mental affairs happily he said However the strong man of his regime Gen Phoumi Nosavan will sit in as deputy premier arid minister of finance under Souvan na Another deputy premiership and the economy portfolio will go to Prince Souphanouvong chief of the proCommunist Pathet Lao arid half brother of the premierdesig nate Though domestic problems still abound the three princes and their aides emerged happily from a meeting that wound up confer ences begun in this rebel strong hold lastweek Immediately after the announce ment the three princes signed the Cabinet list Souvanna however said the three willmeet again Tuesday to sign a formal agree ment on formation of the coali tion Souvanna said he hopes to take his ministers to Luang Prabang the royal capital by next Mon LAOS PRINCES three Laos princes who are meeting to form a coalition government were caught in these expressions From left ProCom Photofai munisl PrinceSouphanouvong Neutra list Prince Souvanna Phouma and Pre mier Prince BounGum 11 JFK wants confidence restored to economy Well f v D A L j Conn the steel industry did not mean President Kennedy urged Monday his administration is hostile to that criticsbusiness and political discard wornout slogans anc M UC11VCLCU HI join hands with the government Yale Universitys commencement to pump new strength and the government is obliged aence into the nations economy to exercise watchful concern for Kennedy vowed his clash with our economic health while busi Optimism in GOP over fall election Issues on our Miller SEATTLE Wash AP Re luu iuyiu capiiiu oy next won day to present them to King SaPubhcans are counting heavily on in vang Vatharia The question of who would get the aimed forces and police mm istnes had been one of the tough est points blocking an agreement The royalist government had ex pressed fear that turning these posts over to the CommumstL would mean seizure of power through istries a takeover of the min N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES To campaign for nephew House Speaker John W Mc Cormack saidhe will campaign for his nephew Ed ward J McCprmack Jr against President Kennedys youngestbrother Edward for the Democratic sena torial nomination in Massachusetts Big in offing of the United States high altitude danger area around Johnston Island was seen as a preliminary to the firing of the biggest nuclear blast of the Pacific test series Becks appeal turned down WASHINGTON The Supreme Court refused to review the conviction of Dave former Team sters Union president on charges of filing false fed eral returns for the union for I960 and 1952 The high tribunal in a May 14 decision on another appeal affirmed conviction of Beck on a charge of embezzle ment of from the sale of an automobile owned by the union A1 42 dead in rail crash BUENOS AIRES A commuter train collided m dense fog with a school bus carrying more than 100 kindergarten children dragging it hundreds of yards Officials said 42 persons were killed Under Mondays agreement Sou vanna will be premier defense minister and veterans and social affairs minister The Interior Ministry olice went to one of Souvannas close associates Pheng Phongsavan who will also be social welfare minister Gen Phoumi Nosavan strong man of the Vientiane royalist re gime and Souphanouvong will be deputy premiers In addition Phoumi willbe finance minister and Souphanouvong will hold the economy and planning portfolio The coalition Cabinet comprises seven representatives from Sou vannas neutralists four from the royalist group in Vientiane four from the proCommunist Pathet Lao and four from the socalled Vientiane neutralist group Foreign affairs will go lo one of Souvannas aides Quinim Phol sena who headed the neutralist delegation lo the Geneva confer ence on Laos The Information Ministry will be given to a Pathet Lao official Phoumi Vongvichit who also headed his partys delegation to Geneva The announcement on agree ment on a Cabinet came as a sur prise After a morning meeting an air of strong pessimism pre vailed The agreement is one the West hopes may take Laos out of the cold war into neutrality Backed by the West and the Communist bloc Souvanna had a strong hand to wield in the nego tiations Marshal Ho Lung of Red China said Sunday night that Peiping fa vored a coalition regime in Laos uneasiness in the stock market and the Billie SolEstes scandal to help them win control of the House in the November election Members of theRepublican Na tional Committee open formal ses sions Monday with far more opti mistic feelings about the election results than they had a month ago National Chairman William E Miller putthis feeling into words when he told a gathering of Young Republicans We have the issues on our side this time We are go ing to win in November The issues as spelled out by Miller and other committee mem bers revolve around what they called a lack of confidence by the business community in President exemplified by the stock markets re puted effort by the President lo enlarge executive power and a new GOP slogan that there arc of But he charged the sending American troops to Thailand had raised a new threat in Southeast Asia CANADA STANDS PAT Finance Min ster Donald M Fleming said Monday Canada will not consid Canadian dollar exchange rale of 92A cents lo the U S dollar too many Kennedys in govern ment Fred Scribner of Maine the committees general counsel said a national party survey indicates the i people in general are not nearly as happy as they were with the way the country is being run Individual committee members reported a lift in Republican spirits most of which was due to what they said was adverse reac iion to Kennedys steel price roll sack tactics Several mentioned the revelations concerning Estes manipulations in grain storage and cotton acreage allotments in Texas as being likely to damage Democrats A typical report came from South Dakota committeeman Car roll Lockhart whose slate was honored at a Worlds Fair cere mony Sunday The antiadministration feeling n our state is so strong that I believe we are going to have a substantial victory there in No vember Lockhart said Sen Francis Case RSD is wing opposed for reelection in he general election by George McGovcrn who quit as head of he Food for Peace program to make the face Emphasizing GOP interest in he Esles case Miller followed he line of former President Dwight D Eisenhower in noting hat the Democrats have control of all of the legislative and exe cutive investigating machinery To top this off he said Ally Gen iino uii in adiu VlUII er any change from the present Robert F Kennedy the Presi dents brother has the keys to he jail ward business But in a speech delivered at PARTLY CLOUDY North Iowa Partlyc 1 o u through Tuesday Lows Mon day night inthe 50s Cooler Tuesday highs 7580 Iowa Partly cloudy Monday night and Low Monday night 50s north to near 60 south A little cooler northeast and east Tuesday highs 7075 north east to about 80 southwest Further outlook Scattered Among said are showersand Wednesday thunderstorms FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal in Iowa Tuesday through Sat urday Normal highs 78 to 82 and normal lows 55 in the north 60 in the south The weather will turn cooler about Wednesday then warmer toward theend of the week Occasional showers and thunderstormswill occur the1 period but most numerous in midweek Precipitation will average one to two inches Minnesota Clearing little tem perature change Highs Tues day in 70s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunset Sunrise ness andlabor mustliveup to their public Kennedy said econdmic prob lems bearing down on a free econ omy cannot be solved without separating myth from and he said it is mythical to con tend that government is big and getting worse or to argue that deficits in the federal budget al ways create inflation He responded by implication to charges1 by Republicans including former President DwightD Eisen hower and somerspokesmen for business that his policies touched off recentstock marketgyrations false issues Which he frustrating efforts to push the economy forward Ken nedy declared is the assertion that any and all unfavorable turns of the speculative temporary however plainly speculative in the result of lack of confidence in the national administration This I must tell you1 while comforting is riot wholly true Worse it obscures the which is also simple The solid ground of mutual confidence is the necessary partnership of gov ernment with all the sectors of our society in the steady quest for economic progress Kennedy said This administration is not go ing to give way to generalhos tility to business merely because there has been a single temporary disagreement with an industry nor will the future belong to those who ignore the realities of our economic life in a neurotic search for unending reassurance What really matters Kennedy said is the capacity of the nation as a whole to deal with problems and opportunities alike 79 57 69 GlobeGazeto Weather Data up lo 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 261st what Kennedy chose Yales commencement to he White House clearly regarded an important statement of his ad ministrations domestic views He received an honorary degree jested aboutthe act that as a Harvard graduate he is now a Yale man Someone has told me that I now have the best of both worlds Harvard education and a Yale degree Kennedy said HARVARD MAN GETS YALE Kennedy Harvard 40 has hood of honorary Doctor of Luws degree from Yale University placed over his head at commencement ceremonies in New Haven Placing hood are Yale Corporation marshalls Fred erick W Hilles left and Richard L Purdy   

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