Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Bakersfield Californian Newspaper Archives Jan 23 1961, Page 2

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Bakersfield, California Abr Saker Sfiris californian 2 monday Jan. 23, 1961 Brown backs insurance legislation Sacramento of gov. Brown got behind legislation today to provide strict state regulation of health insurance policies. Separately and on his own assemblyman Phillip Burton a san Franciso announced he would introduce a Bill to establish compulsory Prepa id health insurance for All workers now covered by unemployment insurance. On another front sen. Stanley Arnold a Susanville drafted a Brown suggested measure calling for the first major overhaul of the states juvenile court act in 45 years. The action came at the outset chairman John m. Bailey of Hartford conn., has been unanimously elected chairman by the democratic National committee. He succeeds sen. Henry Jackson of Washington. Juk message on pravda of the Legislatures budget week. My the governor expects to submit front i too his 1961-62 spending program on t wednesday and there a Little Moscow up pravda do doubt it will run around $2v4 Bil-1p i a y e d president kennedy5 lion. Thank you message on its front debate on aides opens Kennedy s sub Cabinet candidates come under probing Eye of Senate Washington up a Senate leaders Hope to win confirmation today for 13 of president Kennedy a nominees for positions below Cabinet level. At least two nominees face some opposition. The Cabinet was sworn in saturday afternoon a Short time after it won Senate approval. Sen. Wayne Morse d from preceding Page ore., served notice he was introduces Bill assemblyman Ronald Brooks Cameron a Whittier introduced the health policy regulatory Bill with the full Blessing of gov. Brown. Sen. Virgil of Sullivan a Williams signed As co author. The Bill provides for a system of Labelling pre paid medical care policies. It decrees that no policy May be sold in California which returns less than 50 per cent of the Premium to the insured in the form of benefits. Brown in his legislative message said at present californians a have no standards by which to evaluate the bewildering provisions of health insurance Many people he said learn of limited coverage Only after its too late. Cameron said Many companies now return from 5 to 20 cents out of each Dollar that the Industry average for individual policies in 1958 was Only my cents. Policies graded tile same legislation would require insurers to refund part of the Premium if benefits fail below minimum standards. And it would require a simple concise summary of coverage and excl a Sions on the face of All to help people decide on coverage the policies would be graded a a c or a depending i on that they offered. For in stance to qualify for an a j was no sleet Snow dead of night Page today along with a renewed demand for a Universal and com plete Kennedy s message thanked Premier Nikita s. Khrushchev and president Leonid i. Brezhnev for their congratulations on his inaugural Ion and said the United states was ready and anxious to join in a genuine dedication to Means of assuring peace. The demand for disarmament was in the text of a speech to the recent Central committee meeting by Mikhail Suslov a Secretary of the committee and a top ranking communist theorist. The speech reiterated the theme of the 1981 communist manifesto issued in december that the world communist movement now is so powerful it can prevent War and will w Ork for a peaceful coexistence among states with different social systems. This can be achieved Suslov said through a system of disarmament which would a abolish the very possibility of waging postman gets rid of junk mail arrested san Francisco a there was no sleet Snow dead of night Label an individual policy would a none Ial azz lat tires up have to pay Back in benefits at least 75 cents for each is of Premium. No group policy would receive an a rating unless it paid each member 85 cents in benefits. The d classification would go to individual or group plans which pay Back at least 50 cents on each is a postman. Matter of fact it was sunny and fairly warm when Deputy sheriff Vern Baldridge came upon postman Louis s. Romani burying an estimated 10,000 pieces of mail in a Gulch Friday near half Moon Bay 20 Miles South of Here. Nearly Ali of it was advertising material. Opposed to the selection of John b. Connally or. Of Texas As the new Secretary of the Navy because of his past ties with the Oil Industry. Sen. Norris Cotton r-n.h., has announced he is against approval of Chester Bowles As undersecretary of state. Bowles a former member of the House was a foreign policy adviser to Kennedy during the Campaign. Questions attitude Cotton questions Bowles attitude toward future relations with red China although the nominee has testified he opposes immediate recognition of the communist chinese regime or its admission to the United nations. Majority Leader Mike Mansfield d-mont., put senators on notice he hoped to Complete confirmation today on All of the Kennedy nominees who have been approved by committees. The Senate voted saturday to confirm Adlai e. Stevenson As . Ambassador to the United nations. He took his oath with the Cabinet members during a White House ceremony. The Only opposition to the Cabinet was that of sen. Gordon Al Init. U-colo., to the nomination of the presidents Brot Hor Robert f. Kennedy to be attorney general. Allott said Kennedy did not have enough Legal experience for the Post Morse s opposition to Connally. Longtime associate of vice presi Lent Lyndon b. Johnson came after the Senate armed services committee had approved him and eight other defense department appointments. Connally had told senators he planned to continue As one of the three executors of Tolje Multi Mil Ion Dollar estate of the late Sid Vav. Richardson wealthy Oil and Gas producer. He said he a round take no fees for this while in government service. Other nominations ready for Senate consideration include Byron r. White Deputy attorney general Archibald Cox solicitor general ii. W. Brawley Deputy postmaster general Roswell l. Gilpatrick Deputy Secretary of defense Elvis j. Stahr jr., Secretary of the army Eugene m. Zuckert Secretary of the air Force Carles j. Hitch Paul Kennedy a grim reminder of % troubles ahead reportedly came in a secret message from ambassador Llewellyn e. Thompson who met saturday in Moscow with soviet Premier Khrushchev. Thompsons Cable was understood to report that Khrushchev while talking hopefully of an agreement with the Kennedy administration a in private had adopted the same Tough unyielding position on issues that wrecked previous Western Hopes. Khrushchev served up the same old hash to Kennedy that he had placed before former president Eisenhower without Success said diplomatic officials. With this background it seemed Likely the Kennedy meeting with Rusk and Mcnamara would concentrate on 1. A searching look at the state of the nations military defences. In departing Eisenhower called than a second to none but in his Campaign Kennedy questioned this and pledged Quick moves to build More military muscle. 2. Blocking out of the new administrations initial diplomatic moves to thwart soviet plotting in Laos the Congo Cuba and red encircled Berlin. Visits press Kennedy got a preview during a White House luncheon sunday of rusks thinking about Khrushchev a Maneu vers. Undersecretary of state designate Chester Bowles also attended. The 2vi-hour session concentrated however mainly on administration i ports to find and name about 12 More top assistants for Rusk in running the state department. Kennedy moving about in the unpredictable fashion that has become almost routine since inauguration popped into the press room for a Surprise visit. He was accompanied by his wife Jacqueline looking like a fashionable teen Ager As she strolled through the White House lobby wearing beige Riding pants i and a thro Inners length sport of Joffo beg Juls White House guards who never a a a in i had seen anything like it during 1x011110 3v map Vav i a photo Strelka and pups a Strelko a passenger on second soviet space ship is shown with her recently born litter of six pups according to soviet picture source. Caption accompanying picture says Strelka and puppies Are doing Well and said the birth proves living beings can be protected from radiation in outer space. Strelka made 18 circuits of the Earth at an average height of 170 Miles lost August before being returned to Earth with her companion Belka. California Man named to assist farm Secretary Sacramento pm James t. Ralph will go to Washington As assistant Secretary of agriculture. Ifs another step in the meteoric Rise of the 34-year-old War hero and former College teacher who was named californians director of agriculture less than a month ago. Ralph who won the Bronze Star and purple heart medals during world War ii left a teaching Post at the University of Kentucky to join the California agriculture department in 1958. In january 1960. He was promoted to Deputy director. A year later he moved into the top Job. Last Friday he came Back from a trip to Washington saying he had decided to turn Down the Federal appointment. He said he had asked Secretary of agriculture Orville Freeman to give the Job to Lionel Steinberg of Palm Springs a Merlier of the California agriculture Board i saturday Ralph changed his mind and accepted the Job himself. He said gov. Brown sen. Engle and several congressmen thought he should. A i was told that if i did not go to Washington. California would not be represented in the top level of the . Agriculture department a he told a reporter. The Federal Post pays slightly More than the $17,850 state direct tor s annual salary. Just the president Washington family has Early morning visitor Washington up a for mrs. Benjamin Bradlee it was just another sunday morn in go until in popped the president of the United states. What is the reaction of housewife. Doing routine chores in her around Home clothes when such a distinguished caller appears unexpectedly a ooh a she said in an interview later a a we re used to him dropping by. Pause but then is the president now Isnit he a i was upstairs bathing the baby at the time. I was wearing my old clothes. A i took the baby Down and we she her husband. President Kennedy brother Edward Kennedy and Paul Fay newly named Navy undersecretary chatted for i guess five minutes five or to minutes. A the said hello to the children. Then he said Goodby and left. That a about All there was to it. A it a. Just an old Friend stopping in except that he just happens to be mrs. Bradlee is the attractive blonde wife of a Newsweek Magazine correspondent. The Bradlee Home is just two doors from the Georgetown residence Kennedy vacated to enter the White House and the families have been friends for several years. The new president who has a flair for doing the unexpected visited the Bra Lees on his Way to Church. He just walked up opened the door and went in. A anyone at Home a he called. replied Bradlee running Down the stairway. A Why done to you come up for a few minutes a the president then greeted mrs. Bradlee whose a old clothes consisted of Orange Capri pants a Gold Blouse and a Cocoa coloured sweater. She was holding her 2-month-old baby the youngest of six Bradlee children. Mrs. Bradlee told the president to have a a Jackie hts wife Jacqueline Call her. A she will a Kennedy replied As he walked briskly away. Cuba militia warned to remain Alert Havana up a maj. Ernesto Guevara warned Cuba s civilian soldiers sunday night to remain Alert so that if a the new Kennedy administration threatens us we will All be ready to go Back to i the i cubans pro communist economic chief sounded the warning at a rally of demobilized militiamen at a seacoast town 40 Miles West of Havana. He urged the men to go Back to work now that the j three week a a invasion Alert was Over but cautioned them to be prepared. Follow ing the line Laid Down in Fidel # Castro a speech Friday Guevara called for a change in the a mistaken and absurd policies of the Eisenhower administration. He claimed the military Alert had averted the danger of invasion and resulted in in in 1 port ant Victory for the people 1 without Fidel Castro told provincial delegates of the agrarian Reform Institute that his government would give 80.000 Small Farmers in Oriente province credits to Spur cultivation of Coffee and Cacao. He also announced creation of a children so farms to be incorporated in the a a people a farms a which raise vegetables chickens and rabbits. Children Over 30 will be eligible to work on the farms. Cuba and the soviet Union also will Exchange a thousand children to work and learn on each others youth farms Castro said. The government announced that contracts had been signed with red China under a five year Trade pact that will give Cuba $60 million Worth of credits for buying chinese Industrial goods and equipment. 4he Eisenhower administration i # stared goggle eyed. A q of p q j g p after going to Church sunday twas jus too Plain Lazy to a it a thur by Vesper a while by a ale aft a live. I a a he told postal in spec 5�?o�?o? assistant Sec he an undersecretary of the Navy two assistant Secretary retries of defense Cyrus r. Vance general counsel of the de in proposing the state health insurance plan assemblyman deliver it Burton tackled legislation w hich tors. Has been offered and turned Down j . Commissioner Donald b. In every session since former codeine set bail at $250. Romani gov. Earl Warren first advocated j faces trial on a charge of obit. A strutting the mail. Possible the Burton Bill provides for i penalty is five years and $500. Free Choice of physician and Hospital and offers both general from preceding Page medical and dental care. It would be financed by employers with payment equal to 3 per cent of All taxable wages now $3,600 a. A. I. A Vear under the unemployment room Al Virginia. Richmonds a seven above was a record for the i Pennsylvania a Republic Date. Lawyer says us killer was insane Berkeley up John Harri son Farmer was legally insane when he wounded a University of California professor and killed a teaching assistant in a wild Cam opus shooting last wednesday his i attorney said sunday j attorney w. Sayer Snook or. Said two Oakland psychiatrists who examined Farmer saturday agreed Farmer was a a paranoid Snook said the Psychia weather it was six below in Gordonsville tense department. Pennsylvania to ask Aid from Ike insurance program from preceding Page in of Commerce and a three Man panel to advise him on conflict of interest problems and ethics in government. Ile picked Paul Fay jr., 42, an Independent Republican business Man from san Francisco to i Navy undersecretary. Fay who helped Campaign for him was in j Kennedy a wartime torpedo boat i Squadron. As assistant Commerce Secre he Hose Hickman Price Detroit up teamster Union president James r. Cioffa has launched a a give Mem hello campaigns against the nations new chief executive. The Tough tiny Union chief told a local meeting in Detroit Scobo sued a Orma i Jex it it. Hall sunday night his official at a attorney added Titue toward the Kennedy and Farmer feels the Law is Para ministration is a wait and do tical a a a that Kilpin is eral Hoffa added that some team in Var lamp and illegal in pasters officials have asked him to he feels he fired the first gop May kill plan by Rayburn Washington up House republicans were expected to go on record today against a democratic plan designed to remove \ a Roadblock to president Ken Nedy s Liberal legislative proposals. Dairy Farmers clash with police Milan. Italy Uby two thousand irate Dairy Farmers clashed with riot police in downtown Milan today in a new outbreak of a Battle against foreign beef and butter. Six Farmers were arrested. The Farmers massed in front of the Palazzo Serbellon where foreign Trade minister Mario mar Tinelli. Was conferring with City authorities. The Farmers attacked police when they were told they could not see the minister to present their protests that imports of foreign beef and butter were undermining prices for local products. From preceding Page by strike Harrisburg. A. A an chair-1. Pm in said today in will ask in Many Northern Midwest Dwight d Eisenh. Jr., Detroit director of the Mer lefties temperatures stayed be Owlan adv sort r i Quot cedes Benn automobile Branch in Zero All Day sunday As the Arctic j affairs ily Brazil and Rowland eurasian a Lair held stationary Over the Snow a a. I chicagoan president of Borg Erk iterate his criticism of pred Lent Kennedy but Hoffa snorted i Farmer 34. Will lie arraigned his Defiance i Friday on charges of killing a personally Pii continue to i Stephen Mann Thomas 29, Ukiah give Mem graduate student and injuring president Kennedy was not the end bib prof. Thomas f. Parkin Only object of Hoff we a Wrath inspection and equipment Distri Ritu y-1/o.rw Button problems Are worked out. The Gap member scheduled j service in and out of Chicago trusts drs. Burton w. Adams and fan afternoon caucus to take up should be restored tuesday Yyi Lliam Mcgaughey. Had not is the House Republican policy morning the Road said. Committees recommend a-1 the new Haven Railroad an Tion that they oppose a a packing ounces that it would resume of the House rules committee. Service tween Boston and new at Issue is speaker Sam Ray York this Evenin and scheduled Burns plan to enlarge the rules resumption of commuter service group from 12 to 15 members ?nt0 York for tuesday a North and gain control of it. In the past two conservative democrats have voted with four Republican members to Block Liberal _ the shots of world War Iii. Son. 40. Ing. Jersey Central and Erie Lackawanna ferryboat across the Hudson resumed this afternoon. 40 perish j it in a a by it Mhz i Bren of or. And mrs. Ulysses j covered sections. Chicago a High George i. Bloom said in an in Warner International Fen it Harris died in a fire after a was to after the first Zero weath a there was much the for-1 kerosene Heater exploded in their Jer of 1961. Home saturday night while the More licht Snow parents were away on a visit in parts of the cold nearby Orlando. I night and Early morning i Mer presided. Member of the study panel will other targets included the inn from preceding Page drum a Rifle labor Law the Al Cio and a fat cats in his own Union. Reprisals mom saves 5 dead were Lewis Grace 5 Sharon Ann 3, and Ulysses jr., i. A fifth child Betty 12. Ran to a neighbors House seeking help and was unhurt. In Halifax mass., a Mother of five mrs. Robert cleverly a aroused from sleep Early today by smoke and a crackling fire. She hurriedly dressed the five youngsters ranging in age from 7 months to 12 years and led them through subzero cold to safety in a neighbor s Home. In the Community of Bernard near Marshall n.c., Williams i Evans 58, and Ralph 34, died in one of three houses swept by a Blaze sunday. Fel Harris 60, died in another fire that destroyed a one room. Home near Gason. No in Northampton county. An elderly retired couple Herman Badenhop 70, and his wife Elizabeth 68, died Early today in a Blaze at their Home in East Patchogue n y. Coats cause problem Tokyo up a with Japan it Felting an unusually severe Winter the japanese National railways says Bulky overcoats worn by passengers have reduced the carrying capacity of trains by j a bout 20 per cent. He also told the teamsters he Chance of his followers freeing a a a a him. Legislation by a 6 to 6 tie i mgt be Issue a vol Vang 50 the main question at the gop tugs and nine ferries must be caucus is How Manv republicans i summed 10 a 13-Man commis Judette Calvert Magruder former i ing much of the great Cion and the Ohio Valley As Well j Bloom said. As Section of the Central mis is a there is no doubt but that he \ h Ude a i in cuff from preceding Page Sippi Valley. Heaviest fresh fail i can contribute a great Deal by a 1 appeals panel chair five inches in Houghton in j virtue of his vast experience and Many upper Michigan adding to the 17 popularity to the goals of the re j inches already on the ground. Publican party in tvo a a a nine killed Kennedy told the group to try elect in pics technician third class wont go along with the policy Slon w n 30 Days the com groups recommendation. About Plis it Lon reorganized to 60 southerners Are expected to a representatives 0f labor desert democratic ranks on management in the new Rayburn proposal and he will in or dispute Over the railroads need Republican votes when the an 10 term present five Man Mobutu promoted House acts wednesday or thurs is 0 iou1, Leopold Ville the Congo Day. J settlement on the basis of a up a col. Joseph Mobutu Mill the conservative Barrier in the d a Hoard has been a tar Strong Man of Congo a gov rules committee threatens Ken-0 in 1 Al Cio eminent was promoted to major j Nedys five major goals enact re in ent George Meany. A general today and told his unruly ment of legislation to raise the spa Estelan for Meany Saki he army it must obey orders. J minimum wage provide federal8 a eased by the tug agree i i a Quot. Wow i i i i _ the same warning came from Aid to education help areas ment and hoped a this will be the pattern the administration will museum honors Man who started Gold Rush Coloma tipi a Gold discovery state Park s new $150,000 museum is open to the Public displaying mementos of the Man whose accidental discovery caused the California Gold Rush. The museum was dedicated sunday the Climax of a two Day Celebration of the 113th anniversary of the find by James w Marshall that changed the course of american history. Marshall an employee of Gen. John a. Sutter picked up a gleaming Nuggett at Sutter s lumber Mill in these Sierra Foothills Jan. 24, 1818. Sutter a said or of Fortune had established a fort at Sacramento 57 Miles to the West. Word of Marshall a discovery spread slowly. About two weeks later feb. 2, 1848, Mexico signed the treaty of Guadalupe Hidai go accepting $15 million for California Nevada Arizona Utah. New Mexico and Colorado West of the Rockies. Had the mexican government known of the discovery the terms prop Abiy would have been quite different. Later California Gold and Nevada Silver helped stabilize Mon currency in the civil War. The museum about 500 Yards from the site of the old Mill honors the memory of with Marshall and Sutter. Neither premed much from the discovery. Sutter was harassed by squatters and claim junkier. Marshall became a Recluse. Coloma is eight Miles North of Placerville a known to the forty liners and those who followed As a i to Lay Down a Clear guide govern Ade Oahu. A president Joseph Kas Mvubu who i with chronic unemployment pro f a a ment appointees should follow in James e Foehn ,22. Air con announced Mobutu a promotion at j vide Low Cost housing and put of Iowa making sure their private wealth Trilman second class son of Kila a ceremony at Leopold Villez a j medical care for the aged under f tho a Rrex it ment must be Catlike not conflict with their Eov i Koehns Brenham. Texas. Camp Korkolo scene of recent1 social Security. If spa the gov eminent duties and report to him William 2� aviation discontent Over pay. I by March 15 electronic technician third class. The promotion was regarded Kennedy also announced1 on of Martann Sterling Terre by Western diplomats As de through i press Secretary that haute ind 1 signed to Rea Ert Mobutu it. Junior Grade e. Mills 38, authority Over the army and to who wife and three children live ease him away from the political at Ewa Beach Oahu. J stage. David b Turner 21, aviation. Electronics technician third Camii Ilsc a Coit j6gh lie will allow live television coverage of All his news conferences. Iau three major to networks plan j coverage of his first presidential meeting with newsmen at to . Est. Wednesday. His future news conferences will i alternate ii tween morning sessions Ai to . It and after i noon sessions Ai 4 . Est. Gold decline probe sought on of Annie Larett Salt Lake Taipei. Formosa of a chains City Utah Kai Shek said today red China is Union members who scheduled a meeting today in Brooklyn. The settlement was reached we Ith the intervention of Goldberg. Gov. Nelson Rockefeller mayor Robert Wagner and Federal mediators. Goldberg who talked twice to Kennedy before moving in on the strike said a this is quite an introduction to my work As Secre w Ashing ton of he sen. William Proxmire d.-wis., today called for a Senate investigation of the country a decline of Gold reserves. Jan a Addingham 21. Air con plagued by anti communist up a for the past three years our tary a labor. A he has been on Trilman third class son of Harj risings and widespread famine j National balance of payments def on Al ree Days with the by w. A Addingham Auburn and that the Mainland chinese left has amounted to a total of new ministration. I Vash. Would revolt if a Given the of j More than $10.5 prox Rockefeller. Wagner and Gold a a itt port the nationalist Chi mire said. Berg announced the settlement new Highway paint nose president made the state a it has been accompanied by in Rockefeller a office. The gov i Buffalo a reflective i ment in a message marking substantial losses of Gold and in Wernor a tarted the announcement _ _ Highway paint that gives Drivers Freedom Day. I i960 for the first time since world by saying a very Happy to Glendale a William la Sharp View of the Road at night. Bijj it War ii foreign claims against the Sav a strike has been Henry Branson former world has i it Een developed a Cornell r Nony Dills round United skates exceeded our Gold Goldberg detailed the Settle pies Der of the seventh Day and aeronautical Laboratory Here. Wiesbaden grew any by it a is apply. Far too Little. Is ment which he termed a fair de vent 1st Church is dead at 73. Tile Laboratory Caid the paint. Counterfeit american $10 and $20?known about the entire Gold prof cent. Branson head of the Church applied so that it reflects Only Bills Are circulating in Europe Lent and its a it protects the Public inter com 1950 to 1954, died in a Glen the Light from the Drivers the . Air Force Headquarters he said a prompt congressional which always must be Para Dale Hospital saturday. He had j headlights will be tested by the warned saturday. Some of the action in foreign As Well As do mount in these he s been ill since suffering a stroke new York Public works depart bilis have been discovered but no Jestic legislation will be in said. A there was Frank co of a i last november. Ament this sur Rymer. # a arrests made. Questionably necessary. Ilion from both former Church Leader Dies

Search all Bakersfield, California newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for January 23, 1961

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.