Carroll Daily Times Herald, June 20, 1963

Carroll Daily Times Herald

June 20, 1963

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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1963, Carroll, Iowa Carroll Daily Times Herald 145 Return Postage Guaranteed Iowa June Pages Delivered by Carrier Boy Each Evening for 40 Cents Per Week Hultman No Vacancies Exist Governor Hints Court Rules Hughes Interim Appointments Are Invalid DES MOINES AP Interim appointments by Harold Hughes to the State Highway Commission and the Board of Control were ruled invalid Thurs day by Evan Rultman ruled that the ap pointments are not valid because there are no vacancies in the Board of Control or the Highway He said that outgo ing members in those state offi ces will remain in office since they were not legally Hughes immediately took issue with the ruling and said the issue probably is headed for the He said the ruling if allowed to stand would give the Senate pow er to perpetuate a man in office for a lifetime if it The appointments by Hughes of Robert Barry of Danbury to the Highway Commission and Corbin Crawford of Ainsworth to the Board of had been re jected by the Senate during the Both men art Hughes then waited until the legislature adjourned and gave the two men interim appoint Barry was named to take the place on the Highway Commission of one of three Republicans whose terms The retiring Re publicans are Jo Stong of Keo William Nicholas of Clear Lake and Robert Keir of Crawford was appointed to re place Walter Convvay of Musca tine in the Board of Hughes charged that the ruling definitely would weaken the pow er of the and put his power in the Under this the Senate First 2 Ballots Fail to Elect Pope Separated Siamese Photefax Wlrt Picturt Two nurses keep close watch on Rose Mary and Ruth Ann the 13dayold Siamese twins who were sep arated yesterday in a fourhour opera The girls were joined at and and it took two teams of doctors to separate A spokesman for Childrens Hospital in Pittsburgh re ports the operation was a and the infants are listed as doing fairly Exiles Say Force Has Invaded Cuba AP The Big Cuban Revolutionary Council said today its commando forces had landed in Other Cuban exile sources reported that 500 men were involved in the ZIP Code Numbers tor 38 Towns Announced Fivedigit ZIP codes for all outlying post offices affiliated with the Carroll sectional center were announced Thursday by Postmast er as the July deadline for nationalimplementa tjon of the new serv ice program The Carroll post office had ear New College to Be Named Eisenhower1 AP The Presbyterian Synod of New York State has approved a proposal to establish a liberal arts college named v after former President Dwight A synod spokesman said Wednesday night that including a million dollars from an anonymous woman had been pledged for development of the The school will be at Seneca Falls on the shore of Lake Cayu one of the states Finger A citizens committee at Seneca Falls had proposed the Eisenhower acknowledged plans for naming the college for him in a statement issued through the He described the pro posal as a significant develop The school will be nonsectari coeducational and the enroll ment is expected to be about a committee spokesman The spokesman said Eisenhower lier been designated as a ZIP code sectional center serving 38 affili ate post offices within the immedi ate Also announced earlier were the Zip Code numerals serv ing the In announcing the ZIP codes for nearby affilliate post Tranter stressed the importance of each citizen learning the zone num ber for his and using that number in the return address of all his In answering he Zip codes taken from return addresses on incoming mail should be The ZIP code is literally the last word in mail It should follow the city and state in He said that when the national ZIP code plan is in ful it will provide the United States with the most modern system of mail distribution and dispatch in exist cutting as much as 24 hours off the time between mail deposits and deliveries and greatly reduc ing the chance of misseht Tranter cited this example of ZIP properly used Postmaster Post Office Iowa 51401 The following is the list of post offices affiliated with the Carroll sectional center and the ZIP code numerals for each 51401 Carroll 51430 Arcadia 51431 Arthur Twins Are Separated By Surgery PITTSBURGH have separated 14dayold Sia mese twin girls in an operation that is rarely The in fants were doing fairly well The fourhour operation Wednes day at Childrens Hospital came off as well as we could ask said William the hospitals chief They are doing as well as we can he They are breathing and color is we need three to five days we can guess whether theyre out of dan We are somewhat encouraged that their initial response has been The Rose Mary and Ruth were born June 7 to John of nearby The beaming mother said after the operation They looked just I cant find the words to say any They just look The twins shared one their the Kiesewetter said the liver was large enough to divide in The gills were joined from the fourth rib to below the Bromwell Sees Threat to Iowa Jobs WASHINGTON AP Part of the proposed Area Redevelopment Act now before Congress would bring more unemployment into Republican James Bromwell warned The project which drew fire from Bromwell concerns the re quest of an eastern insurance firm to build a million plant to make glucose from corn sugar in North Carolina to provide new jobs Under the Area Re development the government would contribute Bromwell called the plant un needed and said it would threaten to take jobs away from lowans employed in the manufacture of He said there now is no shortage of production capacity for glucose and added the North Carolina facility would be far from the area where there is an abundance of He attacked the Redevelopment act as generally unfair to Iowa saying that only two Iowa coun ties could qualify for assistance in the amount of only The total proposed budget for the act is Bromwell was among the con gressmen who last week defeatec a proposal to add another million to the acts budget and to extend its is expected September to open in 51449 Lake City 51450 Lake View 51451 Lanesboro 51432 Aspinwall 51452 Liclderdaie 51433 Auburn 51453 Lohrville 51434Botna 51454 Manilla 51435 Boyer 51455 Manning 51437 Carnarvon 51458 Odebolt 51439 Oak 51459 Ralston 51440 Dedham 51441 Deloit 51442 Denison 51443 Glidden 51444 Halbur 51460 Rickptts 51461 Schleswig 51462 Scranton 51463 Templeton 51464 Ulmer 51445 Ida Grove 51465 Vail 51446 Irwln 51447 Kirkman 51448 Kiron 51466 Wall Lake 51467 Westside 51468 Yetter A State Department spokesman Washington said the depart ment had no information on the reported but was ask ing its Miami office to In the exile raids on Cuba have been loudly trumpeted in news but on this one the council members were reluct ant to We dont want any declared one council and he declined to give details imme Asked at how many points the commandos he said It might have been two And he added We cannot say from where they nor where they We are doing this for not for Another Vote to Be Token Later in Day Next Pope Reports in Rome Thursday hinted that Giovanni Battista Cardinal archbishop of might be elected Pope early in the It was felt that a might pick up the needed addi tional votes quickly or not at VATICAN CITY AP The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church failed to elect a new Pope today on the first two ballots of their conclave to choose a suc cessor to Pope John Puffs of black smoke Issued from the smokestack of the Sis tine Chapel at Eastern Standard signifying that no candidate had received the required twothirds or 54 in the two ballots cast this morning by the 80 princes of the Another two ballots will be held this afternoon in the chapel in side the doublelocked conclave would have the power to retain a man in office for a lifetime if it by not confirming any new Hughes I dont believe that was the intent of the legislature at the governor This undoubt edly will wind up in the Im not going to let it If Im a lot of governors have been wrong before The attorney generals said the ruling has nothing to do with a law which goes into effect July 4 which prohibits the gover nor from giving interim appoint ments to persons whose nomina tions were rejected bythe In explaining the the attorney generals office said in terim appointments such as those of Barry and Crawford can to made only when a vacancy Since no successor to Keir or Con way was legally they will continue to hold office until the next session of the attorney generals Hultmans ruling said There can be no vacancy in an office as long as there is anyone in possession of the with authority to discharge its A does not ipso facto from mere to elect or confirm where the incumbent holds The ruling onthe interim ap pointments was requested by state RBelle who said that if such ap pointments are not made while the legislature is in there would be no vacancy because incumbent would hold Patrolman Speaks on Shows Film Safety on the Highway was discussed by Traverse Grimm at a Kiwanis Club meeting Wed nesday He showed a film on actual acci dents which have occurred in Don Platt was program Mehmet American Field Service foreign exchange was a Late News Off the AP Wire DES MOINES the new liquor law goes into effect July customers at taverns and restaurants will not be able to tablehop with their The rules and regulations ex pected to be approved by the Iowa Control Commission Friday provide that persons can not walk around carrying their The regulations require that liquor can be consumed only by persons seated at tables or standing or seated at a IOWAN I A Flori da State University student fell off a bridge over the Ocklockonee River Thursday night and His body was not recov he was Kent married and the father of a 16monthold i Arthur Cunningham was His parents live at Storm EXTEND TAXES WASHINGTON Sen ate Finance Committee approved today a bill to extend for another year present corporation income and major excise tax Chairman Harry D said the voice vote action was He said the measure svould be taken up by the Senate HELD IN lOWANS AP Army is holding a 20year old private from for investigation in the fatal shoot ing of an Iowa soldier at the Nike Missile Base taken to the stockade at Fort but no charges have been filed against an Army spokesman said The victim was Richard Mc Clish of Cedar SET SINKING WASHINGTON sudden flooding of the engine room was the most probable cause for the sinking of the atomic submarine Thresher with 129 men a report by a Navy investigating board said PROFUMO LONDON House of Commoris convicted John Pro fumo of grave contempt today for lying in Parliament about Tiis sex life with Christine 2 Riding Bicycles Injured in Collisions Two bicyclists suffered minor injuries in traffic accidents here late Wednesday police Larry Missouri suffered lacerations on the left arm when the bicycle he was riding ran into the rear of a parked station wagon on Quint Avenue near Eighth Street about 5 Owner of the station wagon was James Car The youth was treated at physi cians Wanda Schroeder suffered an injured left leg and cuts and bruis es when the bicycle she was riding was in collision with a car at the intersection of First and Court Streets about She was treated at physicians The car was driven by Marion who was west bound on First The cyclist was northbound on Court Street and struck the left front fender of the Forney New School Head at Centerville Paul former superin tendent of the Carroll Public has been named superin tendent of the Centerville school succeeding Gerald Duns Since leaving Forney has been teaching in the Creston Junior He came to Carroll from Sibley where he had served as principal and While in Carroll he was active in the promotion of a community jun ior college and was president of he Carroll Rotary Forrest a former Car school is president of he Centerville Board of He is in the restaurant One 4 Hurt in Truck Crash WEST DES MOINES man was killed and four others were injured Thursday in a car truck crash a mile and a hell east of Interstate 3580 on West Grand The dead man was identified as James Tighe of1 Nev Police said he was a passenger in a car driven by Roger Guiles of La The car had Nevada license Guile was reported in fairly good condi tion at a The Weather IOWA FORECAST Considerable cloudiness Thurs day night and Scattered showers and thunderstorms south and extreme west Thursday night and over most of state Cooler east Thursday lows 4550 northeast to about 60 south Highs Friday in the Outlook for S a t u r d a cloudy and somewhat warmer with scattered CARROLLNORTHWEST Considerable cloudiness Thurs day night and Friday with scat tered showers and thunderstorms west Thursday night and over area Highs Friday in the Lows Thursday night mostly in lower Rights Fight May Stall Other Bills By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Party leaders oiled Congress creaking machinery today for the start of President Kennedys farreaching civil rights program on a tortu ous and uncertain legislative jour The prospects pointed toward a possible House decision in August on what then might remain of an administration package It is built around proposals to end ra cial discrimination in privately owned businesses serving the public and to give the attorney general new legal weapons to en force school The outlook in the Senate was for a bonewearying Leaders might have to attempt to break it by continuous sessions if they could not command the twothirds majority needed to cut off There is a definite threat that while the civil rights proposals are snailing their way around one obstacle after the legis lative machinery might grind to a halt on other major administra tion This could include Senate ac tion on a tax reduction bill the House might approve in The slowdown could extend to the regular departmental money bills for the fiscal year beginning July The voting will continue at the rate of four ballots a day until a Pope is Reports circulated that Giovan ni Battista Cardinal archbishop of might be elected early in the A Cardinal Mon thii is believed to have gone into the conclave with30 to 40 the feeling was widespread that he would pick up the necessary additional at votes not Montini conferred Tuesday night with Francis Cardinal Spell the New York who generally is viewed as a con The Turin newspaper La Stampa hinted that Spellman promised Montini votes in return for a guarantee that as Pope the progressive Montini would name a conservative secretary of A progressive Pope and a con servative secretary of state would tend to balance the two The secretary of state is the churchs second most important The post was last held by Amleto Cardinal his appointment ended with the death of Pope John Burrows said in a letter to Evan Hultman If the governor can circumvent the provisions of the law ing Senate approval of such ap pointments by renaming those disapproved by the or even others whose names were not submitted for Senate ap after the legislature has if is the legal force and effect of provisions Senate confirmation of such appointees While the legislature was in session a move was started in the Senate to deny salary to any rejected appointee given an in terim appointment but this wac the legislature passed a new law making it illegal after July 4 for any governor to ap point someone not confirmed by the IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Press June 1963 258 June 1962222 By the State Safety Department June 1963 242 June 1962 215 The Weather in Carroll Daily Temperatures Courtesy Iowa Public Service Company Yesterdays high Yesterdays low At 7 At 10 Precipitation 24 hours prior to 7 rain Weather A Year Skies were mostly clear a year ago today as temperatures ranged from a high of 76 to a low of 57 2 Boys Honored For Saying Life JEFFERSON Jeff erson Jon and Clyde were honored Wednesday for saving the life of a young The boys received the American Legion medal of valor at cere monies The two went to the aid of 13 yearold Dennis Murphy lost March 16 after the Murphy boy accidentally touched a high volt age wire on a pole around which they had been The Ganoe boy applied mouth tomouth resusitation while young Harvey ran more than a mile for The Murphy boy still is in an Iowa City hospital with 40 per cent of his body Photofax Picture Via Cable From Italy No New Pope Yet Black smoke emerges from smokestack of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican today indicating that the College of Cardinals failed to elect a new pope on the first two ballots of their White smoke will indi cate the election of a successor to Pope John ;