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r ! Herald Telephones 1, Tcr Ads, News, Circulation: . rrovo Office, ISO W. 4th N. FR : Orem Office, 757 N. State AC .......... Fcr Society Mostly Oear smoke. O'f. 05 PROVO, UTAH COUNTY, UTAH, SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 1961 Legislaturen : vOO' - t f . - -- n . PRICE 15 CENTS r?n I n S'SO II ' iBvwww)mY,yci,';.yi;-:-.y"- By JAMES R. GOLDEN United Press International .. SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Democratic legislative leaders, pleased with the lawmaking speed in the 34th session so far, predicted today important items such as iown paychecks reapportionment, school funds and their will be up for debate next week. the first two weeks' pace was apparently Although moreaccelerated than in 1959; a huge pile of work a, bit remains in the six weeks of the session. Two hundred-fift- y : bills have, been introduced and two finally disposed of. But both Speaker Ernest Dean j. of ; the House and President Thorpe Waddingham. of the Senate emphatically said things are going faster than last time, when the Republicans were in control and House majority - whip Richard Evans! said work was godng more than 100 per cent faster. Besides the controversial issues of changin the, numerical ; makeup of. the legislature" and doubling theii pay plus beefing up the Uniform School Fund, several vital hearings are on. the calendar for x early this week. Right to Work Up ;' Chief , among the public on one is the hearings right to "work repeal bill set for Wednes- i day rnornihig.vThe Senate com- i tnittee 'on public health, welfare ( President Acts Fast I o Fulfill Campaign Pledge ! s I ..-- i Goldberg Offers Aid In Strike v I ' and institutions has a hearing planned for . Monday on alternative proposals for maintaining detention homes either .entirely by the state or by counties 'With state aid. Mental health program bills will be taken up by House committee on public health welfare and institutions Monday. To keep the Legislature moving at the pace the leadership wants, Speaker Dean will propose Mon day that the We of the steering committee be extended for anoth er 10 days, to Feb. 2. After a floor fight the new committee was adopted for House work two weeks ago but only for 15tlays. Dean feels it has not yet had an opportunity to prove its worth. It basically is set up to get the (Continued on Page Four) ju-vni- f le 1 ' 600 New York Harbor Tugmen Have Cut Off P 'I X , - f Rail Transportation ' i By MERRIMAN SMITH UPI White House. Reporter WASHINGTON (UPI) President Kennedy, carrying out a campaign pledge, isued an executive order today for an expansion of the federal program of food distribu' ' tion to needy families. This was the first executive order issued by Kennedy as he got to work in ,the White House office to which he was inaugurated Friday. The order directs the Secretary of Agriculture to - By BRUCE AGNEW United Press International NEW YORK (UPI) The new secretary of labor, Arthur Gold berg, took on his first labor dispute today by . offering j to help settle the strike; of 600 New York harbor tugmen who have out off If t - 1 m-- .'.,''' 'A increase amount, variety and nu tritional quality of foods supplied by .the government to persons who cannot afford to buy their i : - ' 'v 'I own. White ' " '! Slllll; rail transportation for more than 100,000 mm j State Hospital DispMte Flares Over New Policy Kennedy's Cabinet S worn , . ' v- ' , - Sesicsis ; - 3.500-memto- er . I . . ', old j ; 40-p-er . ' R-Cpl- - 11-d- j ay Khrushchev, . - : j j U.S. Envoy D-Del- ta. 12 Belgians Talk 2 Hours Released By Lumumba Men , Ni-ki- ta 1 - ' , . - . ; . j . HERALD SETS DATE FOR BIG EDITION. , J Marooned Bus, Children Found All .Safe Find; Body Of " Airman Near JSlisa-bethvil- ' : His le , Soviet-America- - Parachute non-existe- ; nt -- j : . j -- ; - - ; ; ; . House Pierre Salinger K persons and threaten to end it for 100,000 more.; Goldberg, former chief counsel for the Steelworkers' Union, telephoned Gov. Nelson A. Rcx&efeilier this morning to offer his "cooperation" in ironing out the strike which may be compounded Jan. 31 by the walkout of 3,500 more tugmen. Chief Psychologist Resigns RockefeUer and Mayor Robert NEW PRESIDENT GOES TO WORK President John F. Kenned, wearing. a?blue F.. Wagner have no real power to suit and a chartreuse tie, was smiling and bright, as he posed for the first pictures A act in the situation because the at his. Wmte House desk. (Herald - UPI Telephoto). disputes involve interstate com merce and comes' under the jur isdiction of the National Labor Relations Board. But both have met with union and railroad negoto use their and SALT LAKE CITY (UPD-i- eg had resigned as head of the de- tiators in attempted a compro-mise. arranging - islative leaders pledged their help partment of psychology at the in prestige " today So solving a disagreement stitution and t that his resignation 'Tanksaffld-ftB- e between administrators and staff fiaT been 'accepted b"Dr'.'Owen h tugmen's local of at Utah State Hospital which pre- P. HAiinger, the hospital super- the" was Union Maritime National ceded the resignation of the for intendent. Dr. Hill attended the After the, swearing-in- , Kennedy support and defend the ConstituBy WILLIAM THEIS . wheth to decide for called ' Sunday mer chief psychologist. United States against rose, thanked the chief justice and International tion of United 'Press .the Friday meeting. er to set a strike Jan. 31 or with"Ken all enemies, foreign and domestic, congratulated the cabinet memWASHINGTON (UPI) Dean said he! wiH talk 'to a draw a demand that could mean Crux of the dispute is the abolmem- that I will bear true faith and bers one of whom is his 10 the cabinet ishment of departments and de- number of the parties involved in nedy's men," for increase cent' a payroll John allegiance to the Constitution, that will President who brother, Robert F. Kennedy, help partment heads,' as such, by the the dispute . before ie next ses- the Marine Towfing and Transpor- bers new Attorney General. this without "New I the his take oath F. Kennedy launch freely, administration, in line with pur- sion and said the legislature be- tation Employers Association. Nine of the President's .cabinet office sworn reservations or into mental purr any uing the Viinit?; system at the came involved because its help Negotiations between tugmen's Frontier," were ' choices will were approved by unaniwell of that I evasion, hospital (Combining several wards was requested and because it did unions and 11 railroads resumed Saturday after receiving speedy pose vote. But Sen. Gordon mous voice the and faithfully discharge confirmation. into a unit .with a psychiatrist in not wish the situation to get out Rocke Governor at this morning stood up against In a White House ceremony, duties of the office on which I am AHott, j of hand.: charge). . .!' office' in an attempt to Chief Justice Earl Warren ad about to enter." feller's Robert Kennedy, charging he "has About SO employes and admin : Crux of the whole thing is that settle the strike that has ministered the oath of office to notx had sufficient background in istrators of the Provo mental in the commission, as much as three ended New York Central and New the law overall to qualify him" the 10 men and to Adlai E. .Steven titption met here 'Friday evening years ago, started implementing Haven Railroad service in and out son, who won senate approval as for the job with House Speaker Ernest Dean, the "team? or "unit" system in of New York and cut into Man Tiie others quickly shouted to the U.S.' new Ambassador D - American Fork, and Senate place of the departmental ap- hattan's food supplies, though not the Nations. through the! Senate in order, one United President Thorpe Waddingham, proach in whdich there was a seriously. Stevenson has been described by one, were: Most of them complained head of each professional area as having "cabinet rank." Secretary of State Dean Rusk, a 'change' in the staff system such as psychiatry, psychology, in 51, Rockefeller Foundation presi-iden- t. was .who present, Kennedy, ' would be injurious to the quality nursing, toerapy and guidance. X vited all the cabinet members' , of the professional personnel. The unit system calls for one repchildren 13 of them to pose for Robert Secretary of' Defense Another meeting was planned resentative of each area to join Ken Mrs. 44, former McNamara, Jacqueline pictures. president for next Thursday, when one rep-- - with representatives of the others of was on the hand. Ford Motor also Co. nedy resentative of ' each classification to work"together in the wards The , senate met in a special C. By HENRY SHAPIRO Secretary of Treasury of ' professional staff, members of with the psychiatrist; nominally in International to act United Press session Saturday morning Douglas Dillon, 51, undersecretary the House public health welfare charge.. Each professional area of state in the Eisenhower adminMOSCOW (UPI) on the appointments. They went Premier and institutions committee, mem elects a chairman witST a few of e AmS. istration. A . Khrushchev and U. fashion, and through in rapid-firbers of the state welfare commis- the duties of the old department bassador Llewellyn Thompson Postmaster General Jt- Edthere was only token dissent. ! X v j. sion and administrators of the head.' A few hours later, the cabinet talked for two hours today on ward Day, 46, West Coast vice v: state welfare commission and adAt the hospital psychologists officers and Stevenson, wearing ways and means of improving president of Prudential Insurance By ARTHUR HIGBEE atwall school of the were not brought (under the plan Xministrators CO. United Press International relations. dark suits sat in a semicircle American-Sovie- t Ex- - around the President and his wife tempt to reach a solution. The until a meeting Jan. 9. Dr. Hill LEOPOLD VILLE (UPI) The U.S. Embassy; said" KhrushSecretary of Interior Former discussion will be .in Salt Lake submitted hds resignation soon Premder Patrice Lumumba's fol for the ceremony putting them of- chev summoned Thompson to Ms (Continued on Page Four) afterward. City. lowers in Stanleyville released 12 ficially in office. office but a spokesman refused to , Welfare commission Ward C. on a of Warren administered .this oath: igive specific details on the conpayment Virtually, every spokesman at Belgians today Holbrook said Dr. William Hill the ransom and then prompt"I (swear or affimi that I) will versation. Friday meeting stressed again $10,000 Khrushchev has been reported and again they were not opposed ly arrested at least a dozen more anxious tc communicate with the to the unit system as long as the whites. new administration as soon as Rescue Comes Too Late department head! remains so that The money was paid by the some sort of strong internal or- Belgian community of a thousand possible after the Inauguration of more or still it President. Kennedy and he. -- wasted sticking Belgians ganization is retained. But .they 15 in out Oriental Province no time in calling in Thompdespite cautioned morale , might be hurt ' new a terror of that started son today. Opportunities for abundant reign if some adjustment isn't made. in Central Utah will be was flown when out Lumumba from had sounded Kremlin The living Dr. Heninger said the concept to a prison near spotlighted in the Herald's . Washington at least' four weeks of the unit system "isn't easy to Thysville reand annual Greater, Central Utah beaten in the of the Prince about Island Edward proc S0URIS, ' possibility explain. At one time it is very ' n A aless. school bus ,. Edition, how under prepara-tio- n. marooned (UPI) talks, suming complexand at the same time it The U.N. in", v U2 an here in a vicious Frithe snowstorm since most since headquarters is quite simple. We are trying to 12 nounced the was that located today and the oc cident of last spring. Traditionally a. February Belgians ar day, adapt and fit the needs of the rested of the Herald, the 1961 were followed freed were in project publicupants today meeting Friday good Today's shape. institution as perfectly as posswill be themed to the edition and that the Congolese immedi , Royal Canadian Mounted Police cation this morning on the front ' ' " ible' ', MONTICELLO, Utah (UPI) e space-agarrested a dozen and per said there .Were "upwards of 15 pages of j all Moscow newspapers idea, "In the Orbit The body of a young airman who Neither .Welfare! Comirnssion ately more of officials. . a meschildren warm and the of driver". aboard Opportunity." haps Belgian congratulatory parachuted from a B52 bomber chairman Clyde Edmonds nor U.N. efforts to intervene were the bus, stalled in snow- sage to Kennedy from Khrushchev Opportunity in industry, in found Satur Holbrook gave any indication in met with the Thursday night was is Leonid a "It from storm a drifts statement, that lashed and agriculture, in culture, educa-- ": Soviet, President day and. law officers said be' might advance the department will alter shame the ' U.N. cannot be equal the Eastern seaboard with 72 Brezhnev. and outdoor recreation tion, have survived until a few hours its poMcy cnthe unit system. these and other opportunities to in Lu winds. In it the two Russian leaders get ly persistent trying before being found. "We do have a plan and we mumba released." will be featured. The group spent the night expressed hope for a radical imSheriff Max King of San Juan need the cooperation of peo The reThe white of residents Oriental bus about edition, with close the just near the big com in "tiny, provement County said; the body of Staf f ple to make it work," Holbrook Province had 100 pages, will be published to United for 10 efforts said St. of that and about lations appealed Charles, joint munity Est.- Lionel Terry, Athens, Ala., for distribution Sunday, Feb. (Continued on Page Four) Nations protection against the miles from here. (Continued on Page Four) was found lying under a tree a 26. few feet from his parachute. King Early response by adverthe man "may have lived tisers and the public has been Blamed Deaths On 56 The Storm ..until 4 or 5 o'clock this morninsg." excellent, indicating much en-The cause of death was not dethusiasm for the Greater termined immediately. Central Utah Edition. f Declines Comment "As one Herald official put :JThe Air Force declined to com"All the year around we it, ment except Cod. Carlos Cochrane, NEW YORK (UPI) The "in rains ' also were reported in Vir- barrier and landed in Jamaica hit the East Thursday and conback worthy endeavors to en investigator, said "death may augural Day blizzard" moved out promote Central Utah. But ginia and the Carolinas. Bay here during the blinding tinued 24 hours. It swept across have been caused by exposure. to sea today, leaving behind this' annual edition is our own At least 56 deaths were blamed snow. Canada's maritime provinces Fri' He said Terry, landed in a tree mountains of snow and . subfreez-in- g major effort to boost our The ' weather, bureau predicted day night and was expected to Pennsylvania led audi was in a place difficult to temperatures in f the north- on the storm. region to 'sell' it at home the toll with 21. New England ac- snow flurries today but nothing smack Newfoundland today. spot A horseman searcher' found eastern section of the nation. and abroad." the about three miles from Drifts of ut to ten feet in New counted for 18 deaths, six of them equaling the howling storm that New York, with commuter Several thousand copies of the main wreckage. York and New England and fierce in Massachusetts and four in Con- threatened to disrupt inauguration transportation crippled by a strike the dition will be sent to The bodies1 of four other crew winds, hampered snow removal necticut. Others included New day ceremonies to Washington, of about 60 railroad tugboatmen, people In states throughout members were foyed Thursday and snarled transportation. The York, 4; New Jersey, 5; Wash- brought New York to a standstill, ordered 10,000 sanitation men to the country. Hundreds of subnight after the big j3 million craft cold wave extended today as far ington, D.C., 2; West Virginia, 3; and covered New England with work around the clock this weekscribers order extra copies to mounds of snow and winds of up end to haul away ten inches of exploded while on a routine train-iri- g south as Florida where 33 degree end Maryland, 3. send to friends and relatives snow. Drifts of ten. feet were re'flight. Two members of the temperatures were recorded in Among the dead were, three to 70 miles an hour. living outside the state. d (Continued ca Pagt Four) Palm Beach. Snow and freezing men ia districts. truck that jumped a The blizzard and toma ia ported . $ n n; uj& Date p 1 7-- ' u ! , ia th few 14-1-8. fl u n cn ; Low tonight tome loetl FXl 34SS4 VOL. 38, NO, 35 '"in with i3r High today Cmmrh 55 , , 20-fo- ot press secretary that at sadd pres- ent the program operates in 1,100 counties and 120 cities and towns in the United States. He said it affects some four million people and is "particularly important in areas of substantial labor sur- I 1 I' - plus." Salinger said Kennedy's order would make it possible to expand a program in which he 6aid participating families now receive only' flour, cornimeal, rice, dry milk, eggs and lard." f Kennedy,', who celebrated has inauguration until 3:30 a.m., est, began hds first day in the White House by arriving at has office more or less on time and getting PARTY CIIAIRIAN John M. a visit from former president Bailey, above, of Connecticut, newi chairman of the DemoHarry S. Truman. National Committee. cratic The new chief executive had called a special staff conference for 9 a.m. but it was late in getting under way as membe r col lected in a largie : room next to , X Kennedy'is office. ' Kennedy, wearing a dark blue suit and chartreuse tie, was imal ing and looked bright as he admitted photographers to has office for the first pictures of lam at the White Bouse, desk. As the photographers were being shooed out later, he drew his left hand across his brow, shook hds head slightly and turned his attention to a pad on his desk. Truman walked up to the White House at 10 sljol with a- cane over his arm. Kennedy went out to the front steps and down a walk to meet him. He then took Truman into his office. Question of Time There was some question as to just when Kennedy went from his new living quarters in the executive mansion to hds office. ' At 9:10 a.m. .press secretary Pierre Salinger said the President was on the way there. At 9:15 a.m. assistant press aide Andrew Hatcher said this bad been a mistake and the President already had been in hds office, for "some v - ; - time." Kennedy'is . desk was bare except for one ink stand and. a small pad wdtth a few notes scribbled on it, ethd a pencil. He obUginy agreed to get up from his desk and walk from the entrance door over to the desk so photographers could record' liis "entry" to the office. Truman visited for about 30 minutes ' with Kennedy, whose nomination for the presidency he had opposed but for whom be subsequently campaigned. Asked what they discussed, Truman said, "you'll have to discuss 'tbe matter with" the President." Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago and his family later paid a social call on Kennedy. . Before seeing Truman, Kennedy met with members of his staff some individually and some in' small groups. , Later, the entire s,taff was as- I - . (Continued on Page Two) Bailey New v Democratic Chairman . i By RAYMOND LAint United Presi International WASHINGTON (UPI)-Jo- VI, hn Bailey of Connecticut, by President Kennedy,- was elected today as chair man of the Democratic National hand-picke- d - Committee. " . unan-imous- Jy ' ' 1 r Bailey, state Democratic chair man of Connecticut, predicted that Kennedy will be overwhelmingly reelected in 19&4. The attorney suc ceeds Sen. Henry J. Jackson, who served as Democratic national chairman ' since last summer; Jackson reminded the committee that he had.! said he would ,; resign when Kennedy was "fimly established" in the presidency land noted that' this happened Friday. In his acceptance speech, Bailey ' told the committee; ' VNow witi. the achievement 'of the highest office In the land, our chief job4 is to strengthen and re-- 1 build our party within the framework of this new frontier." Bailey has been one of Kennedy's chief campaign advisors. He was an early Kennedy booster, for the vice presidential nomination in 1956 and for the top prize in j ld h.,J -- i i Bailey has I960, . said he regards politics only as an avocation. Six years ago he insisted he never wanted anything out of politics: No appointive or elective office. But he made one exception the national chairmanship. In hds only try for public office 1940 race for Judge of probate Bailey was trounced. Earlier, he served as a police court judge, an appointive office, and at one time was named state statute revision commissioner. j ; imile-an-ho- ur ; - , Soviet-America- n - . , ed m Inaugural Day Blizzard7 Has Moved Out to Sea . near-blizzar- i Eisenhover Begins Life As Plain Citizen of Gettysburg GETTYSBURG, ; Pa. (UPI) Private citizen Dwight D. Eisenhower, slipping into the lonely as if existence.of an comfortable old shoe, were a it was welcomed home Saturday night by his Gettysburg neighbors. He and his wife, Mamie were promised privacy during their re- . Lincoln Square to flag-bedeck- ed give a warm reception on a snowy winter, evening. He and die former first lady, Mamie Eisenhower, lunched privately with present and former Cabinet members in Washington after Kennedy moved into the ; ; Wltfte House. drove 63 miles over tirement years. here afier eight Then they d roads to their years of goldfish bowl existence icy, Gettysburg farm home, the only in the White House. home they ever , owned during The only fanfare that marked Eisenhower's half century of militheir coming here as permanent and public service. resident of their white farm tary snow-packe- Lx his only public comment a home was a modest welcome the change from president to pri- home dinner. The historic town's (Continued oa P&e Four) leading citizens turned out iaj ' " t'