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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBE VOL 102 liege T h e n ews pope r Associated Press and United Press international Full Lease Wires GAZETTE HOME EDITION that makes all North lowans MASON CITY SEPTEMBER 26 1962 neighbor s Clflc a Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection One No W refuse Negro 3rd tim FROM ODE WIEE SERVICES nYTTrtor ueiiucrate aenan OXFORD Miss Negro era government m James Meredith tried again the versity of Mississippi but lllaL COUlCl turned away m the states third stitutional crisis of since the Civil War I T L I ed s toe may get good job Attempt to erase scars By M G BUMM New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON Political ob servers who profess to be in the know predict the administration Offer an attractive federal job to Massachusetts Atty Gen Edward J McCormack Jr Their reasoning 1 President Kennedy hopes to erase scars left by his brother Teddys defeat of McCormack for the Democratic senatorial nomination 2 Mc Cormack could help immensely when Teddy faces Republican George Cabot Lodge in Novem ber 3 The feelings of House Speaker John W McCormack uncle of the defeated candidate would be soothed of those sleepers that dread play a role in the NixonBrown guber natorial Contest in California Nov 6 Its a book by Ezra Taft Ben son the Eisenhower agriculture secretary for eight reportedly hits outVat says he lost the presidencybecause he put votes ahead of principles Publication date Nov 2 Election year phenomena are becoming allpervasive in Wash ington Thus in statements issued by Republican Chairman William E Miller nowadays references to the people capital are made with a After an absence of seven weeks in Europe and Puerto Rico Rep Adam Clayton Powell DNY is back on Capitol Hill The Har lem Democrat is however avoid ing all reporters while his staff prepares a lengthy memo defend ing his record as House Education and Labor Committee chairman While work continues inside sign tacked on to the locked door of his public office reads Back in 1960 campaign young New Frontiersman named Augustus CJohnson managed the Democrats drive in Virginias 10th District just across the Potomac from Washington After election day the campaign man ager found quite a few Kennedy Johnson bumper stickers left over tucked them away Johnson a staunch Kennedy supporter is now passing them out again in trying to win a seat in the House from the districts GOP incumbent Rep Joel T Broyhill Also being used Johnson campaign posters with Vice President Lyndon B Johnsons picture neatly cut away Republican House members are gagging that they can win in November with the slogan Fight the KKK John Robert and Ted Kennedy Peace Corps DirectorSargent Shriver isnt forgetting public re lations where they count with the Peace Corps friends in Con gress Republican Sen Clifford P Case NJ is bemused with a note Shriver sent him from Sing apore It quotes John Woodward former Democratic chairman of Fauquier County Va and jww a Peace Corps man in Borneo as saving the taxpayers are getting all they should for their money And it reminds Sen Case that he had been a stalwart supporter of the program from the begin ning Guesses about the size of this years budget deficit are moving not down Time was when the consensus was that the deficit would amount to billionljDus year Now the best judgment of government officials is that billion Is a more likely total deliberate defiance of the fed It threatened a showdown be state and federal power that could be the gravest con its kind Meredith was turned away at the gates of the school by Lt Gov Paul Johnson The defi ance of federal court orders was directed by Gov Ross Barnett despite indications from Wash ington that use of federal troops might be imminent Barnett who personally had turned Meredith aside twice tried to get here to defy the federal government again but couldnt make it in time Bad calmly but ended in a tense al most eerily quiet pushingshov ing contest Meredith who was refused admission by Barnett here last Thursday and at thestate col lege board offices in Jackson Tuesday flew here from New Orleans He arrived in a car accompanied by deputy US marshals He was stopped by state troopers a few feet outside the campus entrance and John son parked in an auto nearby stepped out of his car We want to take James Meredith on the direction of a federal court order and have him registered as a student at the university US Marshal N weather prevented his flying James McShane told Johnson and he drove but was late We are not going to let him ine confrontation started in Johnson said Youwant to make a big show for the whole country to see he said We have a duty to perform 1 am going to have to refuse on the same grounds the gov ernor did Johnson said Johnson said that admitting the Negro at this time would possibly result in violence and said I refuse because of im minent breach of peace John Doar attorney for trie US Department of Justice then stepped forward and reminded Johnson that Merediths admis sitfn had been ordered by fed eral courts Doar then attempt ed to serve on Johnson a con tempt citation directed againsl Barnett Johnson refused it The meeting started out ami cably with Johnson and Mc Shane but quickly turned into a ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Strike at port HOUSTON Longshoremen honored a picket line that included Cuban refugees and re fused to load U S gov ernment surplus flour aboard a Yugoslav freighter that had car ried Russian grain to Cuba No Cuban trips BONN Germany West German ships npw are banned charter cargo trips be tween Communist bloc ports and Cuba Tax study OKd WASHINGTON A Senate committee over rode Republican protests and voted to let its stock pile investigators exam ine income tax returns filed by former Treasury Secretary George M Humphreys mining com panies Egg probe CHICAGO The Chi cago Mercantile Ex change said it is investi gating rumors of a cor ner in the shell egg fu tures market The Chi cago SunTimes said a group of five brokers 1 e d by a midwestern firm reportedly had bougfit enough future contracts to control the supply of eggs delivered in September LICK1N GOOD PARIS UP Licking stamps may become a pleasure in France Postal minister Jac ques Marette said the new 100 franc 20 cent Le Touquet stamp has a mint flavor test of wills McShane repeatedly fried shove through theline of un armed state troopers but made no Meredith appearec calm and stayed behind Me Shaneas hewalked from one point to another in the line try ing to find a hole McShane said Are these men the state troopers acting underyour authority They are here because of the possibility of danger to lives1 said Johnson a slender man with sharp facial lines Finally Doar said We want o call upon you for the last ime to let this man in After about five minutes of pushing and shoving the mar shals and Meredith got in their cars and left the edge of the campus while a rippling of landclapping came from the piainclothesmen and state troop ers Merediths car drove away In Washington a Defense De spokesman said that no military have been alerted for possible movement o Mississippi in the dispute There have been reports Army elements might be sent into the state to enforce the court orders 2ND BIGGEST BLAST WASHINGTON Soviet Union has fired the second largest nuclear explosion of its current series of tests in the arctic atmosphere the US AWmic Energy Commission re ports o CM Vilx omvivui ut Sunday s Flying Tiger airliner ditching to a U S Air Another transfer at sea 17 survivors to hospital CORK Ireland Brit ish helicopters plucked 17 injured survivors of a ditched American airljner off the Swiss rescue ship Celerina Wednesday for hospital ization at a US Air Force base in Britain The 9041ton freighter still car rying 27 others it rescued after a Flying Tiger Super Constella tion plunged into the whitecapped Atlantic with 76 persons Sunday night headed on to Antwerp Belgium its next port of call The US Army in Europe pre pared to send medical and other aid to Antwerp for the group American service men and their wives whose flight from the Unit ed States ended with a forced landing in the sea 500 miles west of Ireland The Canadian aircraft carrier Bonaventure which is bearing four other survivors radioed that it expects to reach the Shannon River estuary about 9 am Thurs day The c a r r i e r originally planned to arrive Wednesday but said it was running low on fuel and had to reduce speed Of the 76 aboard the plane 28 were dead or missing and pre sumed drowned Twelve bodies have been recovered The search inoioiax for further survivors was called for hospitalization Two British Pff Tuesday night ie operation lifting 17 wholived through which werp next port of INJURED LIFTED FROM RESCUE SHIP PARTLY CLOUDY pin North Iowa Partly Cloudy through Thursday Lows Wed nesday night in mid 40s Cool er Thursday highs in the 60s owa Fair to partly cloudy through Thursday Lows Wed nesday night 4550 Cooler ex treme east Thursday highs near 70 Further Partly cloudy and slightly warmerFriday Minnesota Partly cloudy local Spain lash fioods arid hurricane winds overnight through a group if villages in a hilly region near Barcelona and a government Highs Thursday ly cooler around 65 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average slightly below normal Thursday through Monday Normal highs are 68 to 73 and normal lows are 47 to 52 It will be cooler Thurs day Friday and cool er again Sunday Precipita tion will average light to mod erate occurring as scattered showers Friday and Saturday GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 65 Minimum 39 At 8 am 53 Sunrise Sunset patrolmen blocked all entrances to the DocKeci ail entrances to the Gov Paul John Mfl LL Ie MlSS campus in Oxford and blTwnfh0 way blocking him and federal marshals try ing to get Meredith onto the campus Road group denies acts of secrecy AMES Iowa Hjgh vay Commission Wednesday re affirmed its open door policy and denied that it had taken any brmal or informal action at dosed1 door meetings Chauman Jo Stong RKeosau iua said the commission set a wlicy long ago that all decisions vould be made at regular meet ngs when newsmen have an op Jortunity to be present We have kept our word with you absolutely on this agree ment Stong said The statement came after Gov Norman Erbe and others had called for the commission to dis continue alleged secret meet ings on the Tuesday before the open Wednesday meetings Stong said the commissioners had met at various times on the and discussed highway matters But no final no formal action and absolutely no formal or in formal votes are taken nor prior commitments made at these meetings he said The major problem has been that background information to important decisions has often been revealed at the Tuesday ses sions and some newsmen com plained they were barred access to this information On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 181920 Sports 2122 Comics 24 Clear Lake News2627 Norfh Iowa News 28 Latest Markets 32 Mason City News 14 32 33 GETS DIVORCE LAS VEGAS Nev UPI Comedienne Carol Burnett Tues day was awarded a divorce from her actorhusband Don Saroyan on grounds of extreme mental cruelty Saroyan 34 and Miss Burnett 29 married in 1955 had no children The spokesman said 246 bodies have been recovered and 395 per sons are unaccounted for Fresh thunderstorms continued across the area where several hours of heavy rain and high winds smashed many homes and other buildings Several villages whose residents normally worked in textileplants near Barcelona were almost wiped out by the floods which followed months of dry weather The floods struck a few hours BASILICA CLOSED VATICAN CITY Because of recent combing incidents St Peters Basilica will be closed to the public starting a full two weeks before the open ing of the Roman Catholic Ecu menical Council Vatican offi after the windup of a Barcelona religious festival named cials said Senora de la Lady of and runs for a week fhe each fall The event had included a song festival with entrantsfrom many nations The victims included families who were sleeping Their houses caved in and trapped them under the debris Barcelona was caught in a tor rential downpour which quickly flooded the Ripoli and San Quirico rivers Rushing water toppled buildings and roared through streets Similar floods struck nearby iowns At first Barcelonapeople wel comed the rain because it was the first in nearly four months But he downpour continued and about midnight people living in down chemieal skininflamma tion caused by contact with gaso whichspilled into thesea when the plane was wrenched apart There was ho fire The Celerina had radioed that some of the 44 persons it picked up needed to be taken to shore hospitals quickly hazardous airsea operation by the two Royal Air Force helicopters 30 miles off the Irish coast The bright yellow copters hov ed 30 feet above the freighter which hour townsdistricts began climbing to the highest stories of buildings try ing to escape the swirling waters Many of Barcelonas two million inhabitants were breadless be cause bakeries were flooded The SAME am drinking water many districts was lacking in EXPREMIER ELECTED ALGIERS Ferhat Abbas once premier in exile was elected president Tuesday of Algerias National Assembly Nq one does anything No were not Yes we are LOS ANGELES W John Parris wanted to buy one car His wife wanted to buy an other They argued Tuesday as they drove Suddenly Mrs Parris ges tured with the sack contain ing the family savings Buy ing that car she said speak ing of her husbands choice would be like throwing money away Out the car window went the sack of money It disappeared down a storm drain In it said Parris was in cSsh Parris slammed the car to a Parris jumped out for the al most got stuck in the drain herself They could see the sack lying 15 feet away Parris called friends sheriffs deputies and a road department crew to help him As they tried to reach the sack with sticks a plumbers snake and a fishline an at tendant at a nearby gas sta tion decided it was time to wash down his driveway with a hose The water poured into a drain down the drain and to the sack As the wouldbe rescuers watched helplessly the sack floated away Parris and his wife drove away in their old car bufances Three of the injured were strapped to stretchers I watched the aerial rescue op eration from a chartered plane Commented our pilot Charles Angles Its bloody wonderful I never saw anything more skill ful The helicopters made two round trips apiece to the Celerina Wait ing at the Cork dockside were am bulances doctors and a police es cort of those brought ashora appeared to be suffering from leg injuries One of them Sgt Ralph E Bates of Wurtland Ky said I dont remember much about the crash It was certainly The injured were taken to Mer cy Hospital for treatment One of the helicopter pilots brought an urgent call from the Celerina for medical supplies The Ceterina also said it was in great need of 100 pounds of meat 50 pounds of rice and 50 pounds of flour to feed its unexpected guests Arrangements were quick ly made to send these supplies to the ship One of the survivors said on landingthat contact with gasoline which spilled from the ditched plane had burned many who plunged into the sea though there was no fire This account by Pvt William F McGlothern of Cottage Hill Fla indicated the probable basis for an erroneous British report that there was a fire aboard the Celerinain which two persons were injured We are most of us badly burned McGlothern said There was no fire on the plane oron the Celerina but while we were in the water after the ditching the fuel was all around us The high octane gasoline burned our bodies and the pain was bad It even dissolved most of bur clothes Sgt L C Alfred Bodung ofIn dianapolis Ind had a head in jury butwas able to walk We waited for the crash he said and when the plane hit the water my seat was hurled for ward My head struck something and I knew nothing else until I came to in the liferaft where the Celerina finally spotted us j   

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