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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 28, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home ON CITY GLOBE The newspaper that makes all North lowan HOME EDITION VOL102 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 28 1962 neighbors4 10c a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One NO a More will take Freedom Bus A bit of browzing with JFK Jack Jackie love to shop By MERR1MAN SMITH PALM BEACH Fla is a little unnerving to run into the President of the United States shopping casually along Palm Beachs famous Worth Avenue NEW ORLEANS La Oneway Freedom Bus rides to the North and West for dissatis fied Negroes will resume on a mass scale Monday a director of the sponsoring New Orleans Cit izens Councilsaid Friday night Were ready to send as many as want to go said the director George Singelmann Singelmann said Traihvays offi cials had promised to make avail able as many buses as necessary shortly after noon Monday He said he had deposited for each of two or three buses ex pected to go He said he wouldnt know just how many would leave until they showed up at the bus terminal He insisted that more than 100 Louisiana Negroes were waiting to make the journey Two Negroes left for New York hes bargains President Kennedy and his New York buddy Charles Spalding set out late the other afternoon for a wandering leisurely visit in the shops that have made Worth Avenue one of Americas more distinctive mercantile areas Worth Avenue is distinctive be cause in a space of about four blocks the leading clothing and jewelry stores of America have jammed together small branches which cater to the wellheeled winter trade Kennedys first stop the other night was at the local book shop He was seeking an outofprint work which the store did not stock routinely Informed of this he then devoted himself to other Spotting a small stack of copies of his Profiles in Courage with modesty most commendable in the writing r trade the President asked the bookseller Do you mean that old thing still is sell He was assured that old thing not only continues to sell but sells well In fact it is sell ing better locally than PT109 the dramatic story of his World War II Naval experiences nis wife Singelmann said the Williams couple didnt want to wait until Monday because their rent in New Orleans was to run out Sunday Singelmann said those who re quested to leave by bus Monday included a couple and their 10 children who were going to Los Angeles a woman with three chil dren to Oakland and dozens ol others for Washington Philadel phia New York and Chicago Singelmann said he had also reserved 25 seats on the Southern Pacific train Sunset Limited leav ing New Orleans for California Monday night Mayor John Houlihan of Oak land said It is a sad commen tary on humanity that these white Southerners would take this ac tion to get rid of unfortunate Negroes Mayor Robert F Wagner o Nesy York said the motives in the Freedom Bus program were beneath and beyond contempt Nevertheless said Wagner tehi porary emergency relief would b madeavailable to these refugee from oppression and discrimina tion withinour own iand In Philadelphia Thomas Bur ress executive director of th i UUUCVO himself but he did urge Spalding ciation for the Advancement o Colored People said These peo to pick up a copy of the current smash bestseller G u n s of p August He gazed admiringly on theres Sold in the streets when the latest work of his favorite actually job conditions along with Qn fhp u T T T7t innsinp aiA almncH ac if thriller author Britains Ian Flem ming but here again was a case of no sale Since it has become widely known that Kennedy is an ardent Flemming fan the Presi dent gets each new Flemming workwell ahead of the general public Virtually every store along Worth Avenue was advertising endoftheseason sales Saks Fifth Avenue one of the more posh New York establishments with a local branch had a dignified notice in each window extolling reductions of onethird to onehalf off the regular prices Kennedy however headed for a mens store Schurs Inc where the tobacconist usually1 has some of the Presidents favorite cigars And wandering around the store he settled in the clothing depart ment and picked out two jackets for himself Then he went to a nearby toy shop and looked over the Easter rabbit situation with Caroline and John Jr in mind And on Saturday evening when the Easter Buying normajly is finished Mrs Kennedy set out on a shopping trip of her own Clad in formfitting pink slacks and matching top the first lady went alone to a local drug store for some lastminute purchases Mrs Kennedy drove alone in a convertible Following her dis creetly about four carlengths away was a Secret Service agent in another convertible The examples cited here might lead to the question With virtual ly any conceivable service at their command ranging from helicop ters to doctors why would the President and Mrs Kennedy go shopping on their own Any store keeper would be wildly happy to deliver The answer is quite simple and at times hard to believe The Kennedys are displaying the symptoms of most first families They like to shop and they miss being able to undertake shopping conditions are almost a aad if not as bad as they are in New Orleans Manuel Kaufman deputy com missioner of the Philadelphia We fare Department said if anj families did arrive the city couk not do more than provide them with surplus food since there are residency requirements for public assistance Wl11 come here assuming heres Sold in the streets when WITNESS AGAINST HIS a Belgian shepherd is led into federal court in Baltimore by his custodians Mr and Mrs James Hoffman to be a wit ness against his master FBI agents found Rex stand ing guard at a stolen car Little summif by JFK Mac WASHINGTON Rusk metfor 9S minutes Friday Kennedy and British Prime Minvith Soviet Ambassador Anatolj ister Harold Macmillan began a quick round of little summit talks nothing afterward about the de Saturday on wideranging cold war issues including nuclear testDepartment would say only the ing and Western efforts to and Berlin out a Berlin with and covered a wide range of sub Russia Kennedy was expected to tell nme ui me lam wtlb lie Macmillan that Secretary of State SCribed by US officials variouslj Dean Rusk is making slow but as correct businesslike friendl steady progress in his probing of and relaxed Aides said that Rusi xvavai experiences ress executive Director ot tne thp nnihfiv an pact wpch T r f u a The President bought no books branch of the National AssoSrliHSSiei U S officfa T IPOSH hnt AM for the Advancement of als on terms for a Berlin settlement consider the outlook uncertain but slightly hopeful Editorials Page 4 The Surveyor 5 Church Features67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 Society News 1516 Comics 17 Business News1819 North Iowa News 22 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES expeditions afoot The President for example could never wander through stores of New York or Washing ton without creating an incredible traffic jam Here in Palm Beach Muslim cultist slain LOS blacksuited Muslim cultist was slain and four others felled by police bullets in a riot Several policemen were also hurt The gunplay and beatings took place at the antiwhite Muslim headquarters and police said it took 75 officers to quell the riot Breather in talkathon WASHINGTON The Senate took a weekend breather in its civil rights talkathon but Democratic leader Mike Mansfield warned that it faces longer harder hours next week Mansfield told newsmen he was considering earlier meeting hours for the senate to drain off some of the southern oratory against the administration proposal to abolish state literacy tests as a federal Voting requirement Rub elbows with temptation GALWAY Ireland An extension of the drink ing license until midnight was granted for a dinner at a Galway Hotel The function The AllIreland Convention of AlcoholicsfAnonymous The organizeis explained they have invited guests who might want a drink Iowa perishes in fire DES MOINES Thomas Joseph Coleman 26 was burned to death and his mother and a brother were injured in an apartment house fire Two other persons in whose apartment the fire started were treated for smoke inhalation Army major dismissed WASHINGTON Maj Arch E Roberts has been barred from active duty by the Army and ordered back to civilian life for his unauthorized speech before the Daughters of the American Revolu tion The Armysaid there was no formal appeal pro n A J tJ t IB iraiuc jam iiere in raim vvn uu iunutu appeni pro it is possible particularly at thel cedure open to Roberts who claims to be the author end of the season and late in of former Maj Gen Edwin A Walkers controversial the day problue troop indoctrination program Dobrynin They agreed to saj ails of their discussion The State ects related to those topics The tone ofthe talk was de Macmillan arrived here in lat afternoon from New York Ken nedy who had just flown in from rlorida where he had vacationec or 10 days met the prime min ster at Andrews Air Force Base or a ceremony with full military lonors including a 19gun salute Friday night Kennedy and Mac millan topped the guest list a a banquet of White House corres pendents and photographers The two men arranged to mee hrough Saturday a midmorning talk at the Whit louse through a dinner at th British embassy Saturday night The conference will end lat Sunday afternoon and Macmilla will fly to Canada Diplomats ex pect the two leaders to issue statement stressing US willing ness to halt nuclear tests in th Pacific any time the Soviet gov ernment will sign a reliable nu clear test ban treaty The United States fired off second nuclear device at daw Friday over Christmas Island The first atmospheric blast in th series set off Wedneday Also fired Friday was a low yield underground nuclear bias at the test sitein Nevada GOLF WIDOW DIVORCED SANTA MONICA Calif UPI Natalie Wood told superior court judge Friday sh had become a golf widow an 11 minutes later was granted a interlocutory d i v o r c e decree from actor Robert Wagner Iowa is split on fasttime Many eastern cities switch Only the ONLY THE NEWSPAPER keeps such a close watch on city hall the county court house and the state capitol You need a newspaper to find out whats going on in govern ment Y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Daylight saving time goes into ffect in a number of eastern owa communities Sunday The mainder of the state is on andard time Several cities including Burl ngton West Burlington Fort Mount Pleasant Kegkuk nd Danville will turn the clocks ack an hour at 2 am Sunday But Mediapolis in Des Moines lounty and Morning Sun and Wa ello in Louisa County will delay he start of DST until May 27 fter school is dismissed for the ummer May 27 also is the date on vhich the entire state of Minn sota goes on daylight time unti Sept 4 Confusion over fast time onus for city dwellers who ge he benefit of an extra hour o daylight will multiply in the fall Like Wisconsin and Illinois vhere daylight time extends sb months Burlington and Wes Burlington will revert to centra standard time Oct 28 But a number of other Missis iippi River communities will re urn to standard time Sept 2 Fort Madison and neighboring Vest Point will keep fast time un 1 Sept 16 because of arrange ments for the annual Fort Madi son Rodeo in early September Burlingtons City Council voted 32 this year for DST Councilman Harry Hatt opposed fast time be cause he said it should be state wide or not at all There was no controversy how ever in either Davenport or Be tendorf which adopted fast tun April 29Oct 28 to meet compel tion of Illinois cities across th river Muscatine which went on da light time last year will be on again this year from Sunday t Oct 28 Clinton starts the sam time but goes off Sept 16 The towns of Wheatland Gala mus Delmar Grand Mound We on Camanche Clarence an Lowden will begin DST June and go back on standard time th last Sunday in August All excep Calamus were on fast time a yea ago DeWitt starts DST June and goes off Sept 2 At Clinton the only controvers at the time of adoption of DS this year was one councilman protest that the early closing dat would put the citys industry an business off kilter with customer and wholesalers in states to th east which will be on DST si weeks longer Keokuk on fast time in 1960 an 1961 will rever to daylight tim again Sunday and will continue through Sept 2 Many Keokuk area towns al will follow suit but some not un til school is out There will be no daylight tim this year in Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Cedar Rapids which became embroiled in a spirited contro versy over fast time a year ago recently held a referendum on the subject and the people voted it down Iowa City had daylight time for the past two years But a survey in the city showed that 72 per cent of 3300 persons questioned op posed DST and the City Council has shown little inclination to take the matter up At Fairfield the City Council decided to take a straw vote May 14 to determine the senti ment of the community regarding DST It was on fast time last year Satellite will measure earth WASHINGTON UPI The United States plans to launch a blinking satellite next month j so scientists around the world can use it to measure the earth The 345pound satellite dubbed Anna will carry highintensity beacons which will flash bursts of light toward the earth from a nearly circular orbit about 62o miles high The flashes will be used as triangulation points along with the known positions of stars in the background Although observers at speci fied locations will be designated by US officials to photograph the light flashes for use in geo graphical measurements the winking satellite will be faint ly visible to the naked eye o u t h Carolina Saturday ropped party differences to hallenge President Kennedys reposed National Guard cut The rebellion spread to more han half the states in the mion as Republican and Dem cratic chief executives joined n protesting the Kennedy ad ninistrations reorganization ilan The action came on the heels if an Army order saying that all 110000 reservists and Na ional Guardsmen called UD last all for the Berlin crisis will be ent home by Aug 11 The de mobilization will begin Aug 1 Four Iowa groups are af ected by the order The Iowa Guard unit is the 1063rd Avia Unit Guard cut ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Governors from Hawaii to tion Co Waterloo which has been stationed at Ft Riley Kan Reserve units are the 404th Signal Co Waterloo sta tioned at Ft Huachuca Ariz the 495th Engineer Battalion of Burlington Keokuk Mount Erbe who wants a personal udience with the President to iscuss the matter charged the utback was aimed at elimi ating the Guard The reorgan zation plan which would drop 75 Guard units of about 150 Pleasant and Fort Madison remen each requires the approv 1 of governors before it can go ceritly transferred from Ft Leonard Wood Mo to Camp McCoy the 30lst Field Hospital Cedar Rapids sta tioned at Ft Ord Calif and the 411th Ordnance Battalion Maintenance and Supply Head quarters Davenport stationed at Ft Sill 0kla The revolt in big states and small ones was triggered by Gov Norman Erbe of Iowa who bluntly refused to go along with the plan to cutythe guard from 400000 to 367000 men Hickenlooper lashes out at Demo economics DES MOINES US Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper RIowa says the Kennedy administration s setting a trap baited with fed sral money and skilled propa ganda which would lead to de struction of the private enterprise system Speaking at a fund raising dinner in his t honor Fri day Hickenlooper said Demo crats are trying to establish gov ernment control over areas ol the economic life which have al ways been considered as reservec to the states orto the people Hickenlobper said he is more concerned now over ihe political threat to the American economic system than at any time in the past Woman 113 says shes tired from living so long NEW YORK Pur im is one woman who admits that life has been tiring She flew into New York Friday with her grandson after a winter in Miami Beach and admitted to a little fatigue But its not from the trip from living so long she said The grandson said she was born in Russia 113 years ago owa Partly cloudy Saturday night cooler southeast and warmer extreme northwest Sunday partly cloudy warmer west and central Showers likely Sunday afternoon ex treme west Low Saturday lower 40s northwest to about 50 extreme southeast High Sunday 60s east to near 70 west Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy cooler west with showers GlobeGazette Weather Dat up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 80 Minimum 35 At 8 am 38 Precipitation 12 Sunrise 5 12 Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 60 Minimum 35 SAME nto effect It does not look like it will ct it Gov Edmund G Brown ofGaii ornia said a cut in strength in itself be a serious blow Democrat Brown said the guard his month reached full strength California for the first time in ears Gov Ernest F Hellingsof South larolina said I intend to resist ith every reasonable effort the reposed cutback in the state In Denver Gov Stephen Mc Sichols was hopping sore about he plan I dont think any gov rnor will go along with this ic said Texas Gov Price Daniel said is state will not accept the pro posed reduction in our National uard units He called the plan unthinkable I am concerned about he possible loss of troop strength and technicians jobs said Washi ngton Gov Albert T Rosellinj I am concerned as a citizen with he Defense Departments strat egy I strongly oppose any reduc lon in the strength of this ria ions reserve forces Gov F Ray Keyset of Vermont relievedthe cutback would leave his states Guard almost non existent Echoing Rosellinis fear about loss of jobs he said the 2000 members of the Vermonts Guard were vital to the economy of the state Gov Orval Faubus of Arkansas charged the plan was proposed so there can be more control at Washington and I am unalterably opposed to it We will oppose any reduction of the Ohio National Guard said hat states governor Michael V DiSalle We feeL here we have efficient operating units and the oss of key units would be a loss o the Guard Other governors or top state of ficials issued protests in Alabama Georgia Arizona New Hamp shire Wyoming West Virginia North Carolina Minnesota Ken tucky Oregan Louisiana Okla homa Tennessee Nebraska Illi nois Idaho Missouri Hawaii Pennsylvania Montana Utah and New Mexico Thr The fired principal and the eight suspended teachers of Anchor Bay High School in New Baltimore Mich face students who went on strike to protest the discipline netted out by the school superintendent Most of the school s 361 students refused to attend classes after the teachers were sus Photofax pended for a week for appearing with black arm bands mourning defeat of a teachers tenure proposal Teachers from left Henry Valli Joan RyaniT Joyce Oliver James Meli Isideo ZA Edward Ethridge Mrs Gerald Gei man Lillian Perry and the principal Rudolph Kamischke   

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