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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper EdHtd for Hw Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated Preii tnd United Press International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 27 1961 c a Copy Paper Consists of Two NO m US accuses Red s 33 violations in Laos Riders refuse to leave jails on hunger strike BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The first 27 freedom riders convicted during the current drive to desegregate Deep South bus facilities remained voluntar ily in a Mississippi jail Saturday while 6 others started a jail hunger strike in Alabama The legal action in Jackson Miss apparently had little efj cities indicated a stepped up campaign was being planned with more riders expected to head South shortly fines and 60day jail terms Fri day But he suspended the jail terms at the request of the pros ecution The 27 convicted of breach ofj Defense attorney Wiley Bran the peace in Jackson elected tojton Little Rock Ark contended remain in jail at least for the i officers herded the 27 into a present rather than post bondwaiting room fbr white persons or pay fines City Judge James Spencer told feet on the determination of I the riders their conduct fla Negro leaders however Stateigrantly ments issued in disobeyed t h e law jwhen they arrived from Mont gomery Ala Wednesday in what he described as a plot to arrest them a number of shortly before he imposed S200J AJ MONTGOMERY 6 of 11 riders arrested on charges of breach of the peace when they attempted to get integrated service at a bus station lunch counter were still in jail The chaplain at Yale Univer sity and four others from Eastern colleges were released under cash bond each and flew to New York explaining final ex ams begin next week Before leaving they held a news conference at the home of the Rev Ralph D Abernathy a Ne gro integration leader xvho is among the six in jail The home was heavily guarded by National Guardsmen George B Smith a Negro law student at Yale said Abernathy had been denied permission to telephone his wife since his ar rest Thursday Those who remain in jail Wave begun a fast which will continue until he is allowed to call his wife Smith said THE REV William Coffin Jr the Yale chaplain termed the ar1 rests completely illegal He also said a Yale faculty member sent down for use as bond ey but declined to name the facj ulty member Coffin who is a member of the Presidents Youth Corps Advisory Council told newsmen after spending 28 hours in jail that While I have been jail I have had time to think of every Peace Corps man and woman whether they come from the North or South and particularly those go ing to Tanganyika the Philippines and Colombia They will have to DAVENPORT Bartholojbear the burden of Montgomery No weight break for s the ladies Airlines to stand pat By ROBERT J SERLING WASHINGTON UPI The Civil Aeronautics Board CAB has just about decided lady that if you want to carry more than 40 pounds of baggage on a plane youll have to stuff it in your handbag Gallant CAB members had pro posed to the airlines that maybe the fairer sex should be allowed to carry more than the present limit of free luggage on domestic flights Chivalrously the CAB pointed out that women usually weigh less they usually require more luggage and theres more space for baggage on newer planes BUT THE airlines turned a unanimous cold shoulder on the proposal The CAB said results of a poll among the airlines on the subject showed the carriers without ex ception thought it was a bad idea The airlines listed these crusader Ala Iowa Fair and warmer Sun day partly cloudy with wide ly scattered showers or thun derstorms likely in the west and north portions Warmer Sunday in the southeast and extreme south Low Saturday night 40s east to 50 to 55 west High Sunday 65 to 70 north west to 70s southeast Minnesota Mostly clear warm er Highs Sunday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 62 41 60 63 52 Dr Palmer 79 dies in Florida Photofax SMALL AND TALL These 6yearolds are first grade classmates in Custer Ohio Theresa Flowers is 35 inches tall and wears clothes of 3 yearold size Mike Lause is 54 inches tall and wears 10 yearold size Being big has caused only little problems for Mike but being little has caused some big problems for Theresa Her desk had to be cut down she needs two wood en platforms to reach the blackboard she has a drink ing glass because the fountain is too high and when theres a fire drill the teacher has to carry her because she cant get downstairs fast enough tions The plan discriminated against male passengers who comprise the majority of their customers While new planes have more baggage space they also have more passengers which cancels out the greater space The overwhelming majority of passengers including women car for chiropractic and a pioneer in radio broadcasting and television died Saturday He was 79 Death came after a several week illness at his winter home in Sarasota Fla Born in poverty he became a rich of five cor porations that include the Palmer j School of Chiropractic here and Meanwhile there is every in dication that there would be no letup in the rides and their ob jective of ending travel discrim ination Gets five years for neglecting children PEORIA HI 33year old mother Saturday was sen tenced to three to five years in prison for locking two of he children in a closet severa years Police quoted her a saying she didnt want to b bothered by the youngsters Elizabeth Blevins a waitress pleaded guilty to charges o cruelty to the children Amber 8 and Charles 11 ry far less than the maximum 40 two prosperous broadcasting com pounds panics IT WAS THE CAB itself which SURVIVING IS an only child spent nearly three years investiDr David D Palmer II named gating the adequacy of the present for his grandfather The younger baggage allowance and proipaimer is vice nounced it fair and reasonable president and N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES One airline president charged that increasing thj baggage al lowance for women would lead to cheating If such adopted he treas u r e r of the Pal mer school and two broadcast ing firms which his father head the Tnj traveling together would always Qty Broad be claimed as the baggage for QQ opj wife daughter lcrator of radio istation WOC a scheme wrote the were CAB the entire baggage for a family THIS EXECUTIVE said the ladies already are getting away and television PALMER with more free baggage than WOCTV pf Davenport He called the CABs attention to the fact that women travel with rather large handbags that are not included in their baggage weight He said such handbags are even advertised nationally as plane cheaters A top CAB official said the solidarity of the airlinesopposi tion indicated we have a dead duck Well study a staff report on the carriers reaction he said But from the tone of their let ters I guess wed better fall back and regroup our forces HEART VICTIM NEW YORK UP Thomas E Murray 69 former atomic en ergy commissioner and consult ant to the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy died Friday of a heart attack Murray served on the Atomic Energy Commission from 1950 to 1957 and of the Central Broadcasting Co operator of radio station WHC and television station WHOTV of Des Moines Also surviving are three grand children THE PALMER School of Chiro practic was founded in 1895 by Palmers father In 1905 the school was moved to its present location on Davenports Brady Street Since its founding more than 25000 graduates of the school have established practice in points throughout the world Dr Palmer battled for half a century with the medical profes sion and osteopaths But in the end he said he felt no hostility award those groups Services will be at 2 pm here Wednesday at the Davenport Ma sonic Temple Dr Marcus Bach listinguished head of the State University of Iowa School of Re igion and a personal friend of Palmers will officiate Admit your mistakes but WASHINGTON Defense officials now are under orders to admit their mistakes but only those which would not help an enemy Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara set down principles to guide his and how to han dle information from the Pentagon No Berlin showdown now MOSCOW Soviet Premier Khrushchev will re frain from pressing for a Berlin showdown at his Vienna talks with President Kennedy it was reliably reported Although the Berlin question undoubtedly will be discussed at the Vienna meeting Khrushchev was believed to be willing to postpone a showdown until after the 22nd Communist Party Congress in October Three invaders executed KEY WEST Fla Three members of the anti Castro forces that attempted to invade Cuba last month have been condemned to death Havana radio said It was the first report of death sentences for any of the captured invaders since the assault on Cuba April 17 Traffic deaths mount slowly CHICAGO Traffic deaths mounted A threat to peace parley New orders are awaited FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES United Slates Saturday accused Communist backed forces of breaking the ceasefire in Laos at least 33 times The American delegation to he 14nation Laos peace con ference here said the attacks reflected a pattern of premed itation and committed by red Pathet Lao forces between May 13 and Friday The reports of these viola iions came from sources re garded by the United States as oighly reliable the statement said In addition there is good reason to believe other Pathet Lao violations have occurred which have not yet been report ed in detail THE UNITED STATES said the Communistbacked Pathet Laos is using military pres sure for political purposes the very moment when this con ference in Geneva is en deavoring to secure the unity independence and neutrality of Laos At the same time the Pathet Lao has obstructed Internation al Control Commission ICC ef forts to investigate the state ment said The Soviet Union had dead ocked the conference by its re usal to permit the 14nation eneva gathering from sendin tesh instructions to the control commission The threenation truce com mission asked for new orders a veek ago in order to effectively supervise the ceasefire in Laos THE AMERICAN charges raised grave questions about the future of the international con ference The United States entered the negotiations here only after the IndianCanadianPolish Interna tional Control Commission cer tified on May 11 that a cease fire prevailed in Laos Britain wants new instruc tions sent to the control com mission so that it can police the truce more effectively Thus far the move has been blocked by the Soviet Union the oilier con ference cochairman Most observers however be lieve the mediators are await ing results of the impending Kennedy Khrushchev meeting before making any big moves Garroway quits television job NEW YORK Gar roway 48 has resigned from his early morning NBC televi sion program Today effec tive in October He has been with NBC for 23 years Garroways wife Pamela died last April 28 of an over dose of sleeping pills leaving iim with his daughter Paris 17 by a previous marriage and her son Michael 13 by a previous marriage and their on David Cunningham Gar roway Jr 3 Now that his wife is gone arroway said I feel I must ecome a better man I want o be the best father I can Our family needs each other now more than ever slowly Saturday as motorists took to the road in the early hours of a weekend which for many would extend through Tuesdays Memorial Day holiday By 10 am there were 44 traffic fatalities US endorses Korean moves The U S Embassy said the United States notes with approval by the new Korean military government Thejunta told the Korean people Washington had endorsed its revolution SAME DATElttO182 Faces in news NEW ARRIVALS Julie Ann Myers 13 months wasnt too happy during this meeting with another youngster The fawn was born only three hours be fore this picture was taken at the Toledo Zoo where Julie was visiting with her parents Mr and Mrs Federick Myers Bowling Green PLAN TO MARRY Jean McCarthy widow of Sen Joseph McCarthy Wisconsin Republican said she and G Joseph Minetti 53 a widower plan to be mar ried She is 36 Minetti a Brooklyn lawyer is a mem ber of the Civil Aeronautics Board He is a Democrat Sen McCarthy died in 1957 IN FATHERS FOOTSTEPS Sean Flynn 20 hand some son of the late actor Errol Flynn holds a new movie contract approved in Superior Court at Santa Monica Calif under which he will play the starring role in Son of Captain Blood His fathers per formance as Captain Blood a quarter of a century ago established the elder Flynn as a swashbuckling movie hero Photofax VIE FOR TEXAS A Blakley a Democrat who currently is senator by interim ap pointment and John G Tower a Republican are opponents in Saturdays election for senator in Texas Blakley and Tower ran onetwo in a prelim inary special electionApril 4 with 17 candidates on the ballot Winner will fill seat held by Lyndon B Johnson who resigned to become vice president last January Tractor deal is argued Latin America raps Castro WASHINGTON Fund rais ing groups in more than half the countries of Latin America have joined U S citizens in efforts o buy tractors to ransom 1200 rebel prisoners held by Cuba This is part of evidence reach ing Washington that Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro has suf fered a serious propaganda set back as a result of his offer of tractors for prisoners Other evidence comes from comments by Latin American newspapers and public speakers which are in striking contrast to the stream of antiUS utterances received here many times in the past THE 10 prisoners Castro pa roled a week ago to arrange a deal in the United States returned to Havana Saturday They carried a message from a U S commit tee promising to supply the trac tors if Castro frees the captives However the group headed by labor leader Walter Reuther Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt and Dr Milton S Eisenhower brother of former President Dvvight D Ei senhower wants to send a tech nical committee to Havana to work out details and obtain as surances that the prisoners ac tually will be released Castro has yet to reply to a telegram sent early this week containing the Reuther groups acceptance IN DETROIT headquarters of Tractors for Freedom Commit tee contributions to the tractor fund are beginning to come in but have not been totaled Reuther president of the United Auto Workers told a Philadelphia audience the com mittee had receivedtwo contributions Information available in Washington indicates that tor fund raising drives are under way in 11 of the 20 lands south of the border They are Chile Colombia El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Micaragua Peru Panama Uruguay and Venezuela Most U S newspapers have aken editorial swings at ro for suggesting that humans je traded for machines Sev eral likened this to Nazi Adolf Eichmanns offer to exchange erman Jews for allied machinery during World War II MANINTHE STREET veys and letterstotheeditor in dicated that the American people also are divided on the ssue Some newspapers criticized President Kennedy for endors ng the work of the tractors orprisoners committee Others ashed out at the committee it elf On Capitol Hill comment has Deen heavily weighted against any transaction with Castro There has been no legislative move to block the swap but esolutions denouncing it have jeen offered in House and Sen te The White House said Presi dent Kennedys mail on the ubject is about evenly divided or and against his appeal for ublic support of the drive But t was learned that the reac ion from Latin America has onvinced the administration it ook the right approach to the roposal Latin America aid bill signed into law WASHINGTON WtPresiclent Kennedy signed a million ppropriation bill Saturday to tart his alliance for pro ress plan for Latin America he bill also sets aside million to help Chile rebuild rom its 1960 earthquakes Ken edy said the million will elp with social improvement n Latin America and lead to hat he called a decade of emocratic progress On the inside Editorials Pagt 4 Zhurch Newt 67 Society Newt I Sports 1MJ Clear Lake Newt U Latest Markets 14 Mason City News Business News North Ntwt M   

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