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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper Edited for Hit MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that make sail North lowans neighbors and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 11 1961 7c Copy Thls Paper Consists ol Three SectionsSection No Tough talk by Nikita assures bil s fut ure Freedom Train to I I capital Civil rights action wanted By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau new kind of freedom train is planned for the annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People This one will go from the convention city Phil adelphia to Washington BC It will be carrying delegates from more than 40 states who will spend Wednesday buttonholing their senators and representatives and urging immediate action on civil rights measures and then return to Philadelphia Either at the convention or shortly thereafter the Rev Mar tin Luther King Jr the Negro churchman who has been leading nonviolence campaigns in the South is expected to ask Presi dent Kennedy to issue an execu tive order to end racial segrega tion throughout the nation The Baptist clergyman appears to have in mind a sort of Emancipa tion Proclamation for the 20th century On June 23 he told a Baptist group that a presidential order would be successful if it were vigorously enforced KINGS CONCEPT of the Presi dents peacetime powers appears to be overblown Outside the sphere of federal employment and the employment policies of com panies working on government contracts areas already pretty Will charge MasonCityan with murder Earlier Story on Page 3 North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with scattered showers and locally heavy thunder storms through Wednesday Lows Tuesday night 6065 BOONE Faught 13 Highs Wednesday in lowerepileptic patient atthe Woodward 80s iState Hospital and School was icharged with murder Tuesday in Iowa Considerable cloudmessthe sl of a wQman i with scattered showers and the institution j locally heavy thunderstorms The th stabbi Tuesday night and Wednesday Mrs Jessie z Warmer southeast and ex treme east Tuesday night lows in the 60s Cooler extreme northwest Wednesday highs reportgd Sunday morning during breakfast because he said she had con tinually criticized him authorities 70s northwest to 80s southeast Further cloudy and cooler Thursday Minnesota Mostly cloudy show ers Highs Wednesday in 80s GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset AP Photofax Faught of Mason City a pa tient at the hospitalschool for two years was being held at the ALMOST GOOD AS predicted that the criminally insane ward of the lyn Monroe who looks equally American people will pay what Foreign aid is topic Arms setup is reviewed WASHINGTON Ufi Presi dent Kennedy and his party leaders in Congress bore down on national defense and foreign aid in an hour and a half con ference Tuesday House Speaker Sam Rayburn Mens Reformatory good going in or out of a hos ever is necessary in defense datai YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 61 Trace 78 65 well would seem that the Chief Executives most effec tive weapon and perhaps his only constitutional one is moral sua sion Indeed unhistorical tradition as J G Randall has pointed out has Lehigh signs wage pact ALLENTOWN Pa Lehigh Portland Cement Co has signed a twoyear agreement with the United Cement Lime and Gypsum Workers Union it was disclosed Tuesday The new pact replaces a con tract which expired May l It affects some 3000 workers in14 Lehigh Portland plants in the United States including Mason City Iowa Under the new contract work Boone County Attorney Stanley pital shows few signs of weak costs to meet what he called R Simpson said Faught will ness as she leaves a New York ithe increase in the Soviet returned to face the open charge clinic following gall bladder Unions attacking budget of murder as soon as possible I surgery She needed a wheel Meanwhile funeral services for Mrs Zerior mother of four sons will be at 2 pm Wednesday in the Methodist Church at Luther chair because hospital authori The Senate Democratic lead er Sen Mike Mansfield of Mon N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES crs will get a 14cent wage in crease over two cents this year and 8 next Workers also will receive 8 paid holidays per year instead of seven an increased Sunday overtime which will amount to surrounded Lincolns Emancipatimc and a lialf by ncxl lion Proclamation itself with animProved insurance and aura of misconception and exag geration The preliminary procla mation of Sept 22 1962 by no means applied to all slaves but only to those persons held as slaves within areas in rebellion increased life insurance VIRGINIA ELECTION RICHMOND Va voters chose the for the Democratic states top May call up reserves WASHINGTON Deputy Defense Secretary Roswell Gilpatric says the administration is consider ing a callup of reserve forces to strengthen military power fomny Russian threat inthenext six months Gilpatric said this is one of the chief steps under con sideration for quickly bolstering strength in light of what he termed the menacing attitude demon strated by the Russians Whittaker Chambers dies WESTMINSTER Md Whittaker Chambers 60 former Communist spy courier and chief witness against onetime state department official Alger Hiss has died of a heart attack Trapped girl rescued SEASIDE Ore Becky Roever 12 Bellaire Tex lost on the rocky Oregon a threeday ordeal without food and with only a trickle of water from a spring until a daring helicopter crew flew through fog to her rescue Death sentences ordered PARIS A special high court has sentenced ex general Salan and seven other French officers to Slaves wiinin areas in reDeuioni AUI tue aidie s iupi 1 against the United States three offices in a primary elec death m absentia for their part in the abortive Al tion Tuesday that a fresh genan revolt last April Each of the officers would get another trial if he were captured or surrendered but the sentence passed Tuesday would weigh heavily The definitive proclamation of Jan 1 1863 specifically designated those districts wherein the people are this day in rebellion and ordered that all persons held as slaves within said areas are and henceforward shall be free TH5 TEXT calls the proclama lion a measure of military ne cessity The edict did not apply to Tennessee to exccpted parts of Virginia nor to border states within the Union In the context it is quite clear that this was no attempt to legislate by fiat Lin challenge to the 30year reign of Sen Harry Byrds political organization against him ties said certain muscles are jtana agreed with that And he not yet functioning and she cansaid he believes that more sup not walk completely upright port is swinging behind Ken nedys foreign aid program as a result of Soviet Premier Khrushchevs saber rattling There would be new borrowing authority to allot foreign aid funds on a long range rather than a yeartoyear basis RAYBURN SAID that Ken nedy wants the people to know that Khrushchev has increasec his defense budget his attack ing budget by 30 per cent He added that Kennedy has been criticized for raising his de fense budget only 5 per cent What is going to grow out of this situation Rayburn said we dont know But whatever it takes he said I think the American people are willing to pay for the defense of this country He said that Kennedy did not ndicate that he was ready at this point to ask for any increase in defense funds THE PRESIDENT has ordered he Pentagon to review the whole defense budget in the light of K h r u shchevs statements and the critical sit uation in Berlin and Germany But there was a strong feel ing among in fluential sena tors that im proved fighting efficiency with GAGARIN IN LONDON Soviet spaceman Yuri Gagarin waves on ar rival at London airport for a private visit as the guest of the Russian trade Photofax fair At center background is Francis Turnbull secretary to Lord Hailshams science ministry a civil servant who headed the welcoming committee Russian spaceman bids for invitation to U S Lets get hep cats Moms hove summer lingo Population Explosion School is out CeaseFire Order What mother gives when there are By KATHY SMALL ELMIRA NY ave a summer language coin with an expansive conceptj Fathers seldom understand it of presidential authority was usj Heres a chance tor them to ing his assumed wartime powers j get up to date on current Among conservatives in the North terms domestic use the edict was criticized as unwise irrelevant to the main issue and highly dictatorial President Kennedy who by and large has shown a keen respect for the Constitution can hardly be expected to move precipitately or beyond what ho construes as the limits of the Executive pow ers in the civil rights area alone Practical politics too would argue against the order King and NAACP desire THE PRESIDENT is gradually and somewhat tediously winning acceptance of the bulk of his do mestic program from a rather grudging Congress He is not going to press at this moment for a Federal Fair Em ployment Practices Act as de manded by another Negro leader A Philip Randolph the AFLCIO vice president And he would be even less like ly at such a gingerly moment to yivadc the legislative purviews more bad guys than good guys in the backyard Peace Corps Mothers who settle s m a I lfry arguments without stirring neighborhood feuds Civil Rights A neighbors right to enjoy her flower garden without first removing small boys and baseballs Accelerated S c i e nee Pro gram How to identify strange bugs and animals found in SHEPARD GLENN GRISSOM RAYBURN present U S weapons and man power is more urgent than any Juy 18 is lhe scheduled mere expansion of the Pentagons Tlie fllgllt essentially will du Grissom of Glenn 2nd US space flight next week CAPE CANAVERAL Fla ffi The astronaut selected to make Americas second manned space flight began his final week of preparation Tuesday running through a series of prac tice missions in a landlocked spacecraft Speculation here centered on Air Force Capt Virgil I Gris som as the man most likely to make the trip with Marine Lt Col John H Glenn Jr as the backup pilot Both men are under going training in case the No 1 choice is unable to make the suborbital flight The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has an nounced only that the flight will be attempted during the week of July 16 and declined any comment on the name of the astro naut who will follow the trail blazed on May 5 by Navy Cmdr Alan B Shepard Jr This was linked with fresh criti cism of Kennedys decision to end lie production of bombers in Seph2h landed 302 miles down Mason City News t ember 1962 In an interview at Gettysburg Pa former President Eisenhower overall pockets Acceleration Isaid the U S must stand firmly comes when mother finds the critter alive Retirement Plan Summer PAKISTAN PRESIDENT GREETED Photofax President Kennedy shakes hands with President Ayub Khan of Pakistan as he arrives at Andrews Air Force Base am issue the kind of Emancipa near Washington In the background left to right lion Proclamation the Rev Mr King has in mind even if he really believed he could are Begum Nasir Akhtar Aurarigzeb daughter of President Ayub Clement Conger of the U S State Department and Jacqueline Kennedy bedtime schedule which proves only that a 3fthigh kid can outlast parents any old day Infiltration What happens during backyard cookout Bright eyes peering out from the bushes indicate lurking uninvited small guest Social Security The feeling a teenager gets from wear ing clam diggers and pancho shirts Puppet Government Rainy day juvenile dictators Summit Meeting What teen age drivers think parents hold every time they want the family car AntiTrust Laws A teen agers conception of early curfew hours Collective B a r g a i ning A family conference to reconcile opposing views on vacation plans Occupation Forces Summer visitors Freedom Rider Father driving off to hit nice quiet job every morning School Bond The warm feeling mothers have for teachers midsummer in Berlin and not let anybody On the Inside Editorials Page 4 plicate that of Shepard whose space capsule hurtled 116 miles I Society News 67 A lukewarm reception in London FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES LONDON Soviet spaceman Maj Yuri Gagarin said Tuesday he would like to visit the United States but he has not been in vited I have had invitations to visit many nations and I would like to see them said at a news so far I have lot been incited to the United States and as far as I know the US authorities have not issued a visa Gagarin who has been invited o lunch at Buckingham Palace riday with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip and will be wel comed by Prime Minister Harold in the House of Com mons on Thursday arrived here o appear at a Soviet trade fair HIS OFFICIAL welcome was omewhat stuffy and lukewarm ut a group of women cheered lirn like a matinee idol He ap peared to blush The news conference followed unch with officials of the Soviet xhibition Gagarin said he would visit Po and and Cuba soon But as the nly living person to have orbited he earth he was required back n the Soviet Union to pass on his xperience to other pilots who are reparing to take Russia into pace exploration in a big way BECAUSE Gagarin came on 9 89 j private visit as the guesi of the the Atlantic range SOME CHANGES have been made in the capsule and the pilot will make fewer observa tions than Shepard But main scare us out He said he had no purpose the mission will be quarrel with the Kennedy admini stration over its stand on Berlin Bulletin DENVER Unit ed Air Lines DCS jet air liner reportedly carrying 116 persons crashed in landing Tuesday and an undetermined number of persons were reported killed and injured The plane burst into flames as it veered across the runway at Stapleton Field Earlier a United official said there had been no fatalities North Iowa News 13 SAME 270 to give another astronaut a brief taste of space flight The space agency wants to have at least four pilots trained for orbital flights scheduled to begin late this year or early in 1962 Grissom 35 is from Mitchell Ind Glenn 39 who was Shep ards backup is a native of New Concord Ohio Three major changes have been made in the spacecraft partly based on recommendaj tions by Shepard after his pi onecr journey They arc j t 1 A NEW larger observation window to replace two view ports which Shepard found in adequate 2 A more advanced manual central system for steering the spacecraft It will be in addition to the manual system used by Shepard 3 A new escape hatch with 70 explosive bolts for a more rap id escape from the vehicle in an emergency MEETS NIKITA MOSCOW m President Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana i p Soviet Trade Fair the welcom i B3 ffl fl lIVwTS i lit ing committee was headed by a virtually unknown civil servant Francis Turnbull secretary to Lord Hailshams science ministry Both Conservative and Laborite newspapers criticized the govern ment for not giving Gagarin a real heros welcome Comics 14 Clear Lake News 15 Transit Schedule 16 Farm 4 Town Living Pullout Section called on Khrushchev Kremlin Soviet Prem i c r Tuesday at the AP Photofax 7TH SET OP TWINS Mrs Marion Pearson looks admiringly at her seventh set of twins at a Jackson ville Fla hospital They were the 17th and 18th for the 37yearold mother and her 43yearold husband a television repairman The new boys will be named by the father One weighed 5 pounds 10 ounces the other 6 pounds 11 ounces   

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