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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 24, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Off Fob a do Ives president Kennedy site be Clad the wheel taking his wife Jacqueline and their two children Caroline and John or. For a Short automobile ride in Newport by. This past weekend. A photo brains not everything says military following court order Bennington Banner tue airy self bar 24, 1w-3 i oklahoman reapportionment a tragedy or a fulfilment people in the news Wellesley mass. A mrs. Sally Bison a Cigar smoking Phi Beta Kappa of Wellesley College is seeking log integrate the Cigar smokers of America at the club s second annual convention a integrate with women that is. She claims the support of 1,000 women Cigar smokers. Rome a Bette Davis is Here to make an italian movie called a la Noial the empty Canvas with Catherine Spaak Niece of belgian foreign minister Paul Henri Spaak As co Star. New York apr Foy d. Kohler . Ambassador to Moscow said in new York the russian people received news of the limited nuclear test ban treaty a with tremendous Kohler came Home for consultations with state department officials. He said he would return to Moscow the first week in october. Scenic place Mats foam plastic Back Nice enough to Frame 79v Washington apr Many military professionals smart under what they consider an excessive influence of civilian a Whiz kid Quot officials at the Pentagon. But these civilians too have met frustrations. A the fact is this is a one Man show a said one informed authority who rates himself Neutral in the military is. Civilian Geld ing. A a it a run by Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara he makes up his own mind and makes the like some military leaders the civilian operations analysts theoreticians and experts Are known to have chafed because Mcnamara would not go along with certain of their ideas. But while rebuffs suffered by the services often come into the open the thwarting of some of the pet proposals of the a Whiz kids generally is known Only to the inner Circle of defense leaders. It is reliably reported for example that some of the civilian thinkers some time ago advanced the idea of withdrawing All nuclear Battlefield weapons from Western Europe to reduce the Hazard of accidental atomic Exchange. According to knowledgeable sources the joint chiefs of staff warned that such a move could mean the end of the North Atlantic treaty organization. The proposal got no further. Many of these men mostly unknown to the general Public carry . Degrees and other academic laurels. A number of them Are relatively Young hence the term a Whiz kids is applied to them by critics and admirers alike. Many officers feel strongly there is a place for the civilian a a brain who analyses the defense problems scientifically and mathematically but the believe such analysts should be servants rather than masters of the seasoned military professionals. Their Gripe is that the analysts who have achieved stature under Mcnamara dabble in military strategy and weapons questions which the military professionals contend they Lack the experience and competence to handle. There is no doubt that Mcnamara a a facts and figures Many gave the analysts greater prominence than they Ever had enjoyed before in the defense setup. But associates of the Secretary insist he does not buy what the analysts sell without weighing their arguments against those of the military and that the military positions do not get Short shrift. The Art of operations analysts has become More sophisticated with the Advent of improved computers and other advanced tools. One major criticism voiced by military men is that All problems cannot be reduced to mathematical equations and computer treatment. These uniformed critics a and there Are some key civilians who share their views a contend the operations analysts Are so bemused by what they think is rational and logical that they do not give due consideration to the possibility of illogical action by the soviets. Another criticism levelled at the civilian analysts is that they take slight account of human factors. Who Are the a Whiz kids Here Are the thumbnail sketches of a few of the most influential or. Alain c. Enthoven 33, a native of Seattle Rhodes scholar Holder of pm. D. In economics from Mit slim handsome product of Rand corp., a a think factory where he worked on strategic air warfare studies prime mover in fostering a spare the cities policy which envisions nuclear exchanges aimed at military complexes and bases rather than populations. Henry s. Rowen 37, a bostonian Mit graduate did graduate work at Oxford and another product of Rand. Tall Sandy haired studious looking has had great Impact in formulating limited and conventional War policies. Or. Harold Brown 36, a nuclear physicist and director of the famed Lawrence radiation Laboratory before becoming powerful director of defense research and engineering. Views weigh heavily in approval or disapproval of weapons projects. Dark casual dressing native of new York City and Columbia graduate where he won . Ike s Bull wins Al Eastern states West Springfield mass. Apr an Angus senior Bull calf from the Gettysburg pa., farm of former president Dwight d. Eisenhower won a first prize in its class at the Eastern states exposition it was discovered belatedly Friday. The Eisenhower entry won tuesday but the award came to Light Only when a reporter was checking through the list of winners. Public relations personnel conceded somewhat sheepishly that the winning Eisenhower entry had been lost in the Avalanche of results from the nine Day fair. Fat use rises Washington up a All that talk on fat in the diet has not lessened the fat intake of americans. The u. S. Department of agriculture reports that during the first half of the marketing year americans used a record 4.7billion pounds of fats and oils. The increased population accounts for part of the increase today but per capita consumption also is up slightly said us a. The biggest increase came in salad and cooking oils and shortening. Editors note a three judge Federal courts order re apportioning the Oklahoma legislature on a population basis is the most far reaching ruling Ever handed Down by a Federal court on that subject. How will it affect Oklahoma government if it is upheld by the . Supreme court a step which would have National implications Harry Culver Veteran Capitol correspondent and political writer for United press International in Oklahoma City analyses the order. Oklahoma City up a a farm editor Calls it a a tragedy to the Rural people of a metropolitan paper says a it helps fulfil the american dream of True equity. These Are typical opposing views of a three judge Federal courts decision that has toppled the 56-year-old Rural Power Structure of Oklahoma so a area legislature and changed it to one based on population. If the u. S. Supreme court lets the opinion stand How will it affect the nations 46th state almost everyone agrees there will be change that cities will have More say that a greater share of state tax Revenue will faces 9164,000 Bill Washington apr the aug. 28 civil rights March on Washington May Cost the District of Columbia about $163,-794. Go to populous areas. But predictions of How much How soon and How harmful or beneficial depends on who is talking. At present districts with less than one fourth of the population elect a majority in the Senate less than one third a majority in the House. The Federal court order of july 17 will permit districts with 49.6 per cent to elect a majority in the Senate 42.7 per cent a majority in the House. The court placed both houses substantially upon population. No Federal court has gone so far in any other state. It gave some credit to area in the House. Oklahoma and Tulsa counties contain the states two largest cities Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Combined they have about one third of the population. They will have about one third of the representation in the re apportioned legislature. They now have less than 5 per cent in the Senate 12 per cent in the House. Rural legislators have made area a key Factor in distribution of state revenues selection of state boards schools Highway building county administration and virtually every Field of government. They want to keep it this Way. City residents want a change. Reapportionment foes plan to Appeal to the u. S. Supreme court. Unless the High court stays the ruling it will take effect with the february 1964, filing Date for the next legislature. The court ordered the state election Board to accept filings and conduct elections on the basis of the court ordered districts. The Oklahoma Case is different than most on one major Point. On the Senate the court merely ordered that the state follow its own Constitution. On the House it again ordered compliance with the state Constitution except for lifting the seven number limit on populous counties. The Senate is the seat of Rural Power in the Oklahoma legislature. If Only the Senate portion of the order stands that alone could cripple Rural control. \ Philippines end r presentation agreement Washington apr the Philippines has formally terminated a 17-year-old arrangement under which the United states protected philippine interests in countries such As the soviet Union where the Manila government had no diplomatic representation. State department officials making this known today said it represented the end of an Era of close cooperation Between the . And the philippine foreign service. Use our convenient Union Street customer parking lot amp Entrance switch to the Best rent lifeless electric water Heater just our nearest office. Only 442-6316 per month Central Vermont Public service corporation some Are like beetles. Some Are like boxes. America inc nobody really notices Volkswagen any More. They re so Well known they sort of blend in with the scenery. It does t matter what the scenery is either. 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