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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home i MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors1 HOME EDITION VOL 102 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1962 UOc a Paptr Consists of Four One No 197 Postalpay bill revision killed FROM OUE WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Senate Thursday twice beat down efforts to modify a controversial section of its postalpay bill that would bar Communist propa ganda from the mails unless it was sent first class After debate that became bitter at times the chamber re fused 48 to 33 to make detention of Communistorigin mail dis cretionary with the president The outcome pushed a notch closer to passage a bill provid ing for a billiondollar a year pay rise for federal workers and a million hike in postal rates for users of the mails Sen Joseph S Clark DPa offered the unsuccessful amend ment to allow the President to decide whether Communistorigin mail should be delivered only on specific request of the intended Challenge to federal supremacy A crisis in Mississippi By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International The showdown between federal and state power now impending in Mississippi is the gravest con stitutional crisis of its kind to confront the United States since the Civil War By openly defying US courts Gov Ross Barnett has challenged the doctrine supposedly estab lished by the Civil War that federal authority is supreme throughout the nation Not even the Little Rock crisis which caused President Eisen hower to send paratroopers into the Arkansas capital five years ago this week presented such a recipient The chamber earlier defeated 51 to 23 another substitute by Clark It would have authorized the postmaster general to notify the prospective recipient of Com munist or obscene mail and let him decide whether it should be delivered Debate on the second Clark pro posal was marked by a resentful outburst from Sen John Sherman Cooper RKy Cooper charged that some Senate opponents of the amendment were saying that supporters were soft on commu nism Im not going to accept this talk of being soft on commu nism the Kentuckian declared Sen Olin Johnston DSC floor Violence feared at Mississippi direct challenge to federal su premacy The paratroopers went into Little Rock after Arkansas Gov Orval Faubus had called out state militiamen to prevent Negro stu dents from being enrolled in Cen tra High School under a federal court order But Faubus stopped short of a manager for the bill said he had enough votes to pass the billion dollar pay boost along with the increased mail rates that would go next Jan 7 Congress meanwhile has com pleted action on a resolution en dorsing the use of force if neces sary to prevent Cuba from be coming a military threat to West ern Hemisphere countries House adoption by a 3847 vote Wednesday came rafter a full scale debate on foreign policy and an unsuccessful effort byseveral members to have tougher lan guage written in The Senate voted its approval last week 86 to 1 President Ken Photofax TWINS CRIPPLED BY Lee fore ground and his twin brother George manage a few steps with the aid of crutches at the Scottish Rite Hospital for Crippled Children in Dallas Tex The boys from Wortham Tex suffer from a condition known as arthrogryposos which affects principally joints and muscles Work with the Lee twins is almost continuous to prevent their feet from returning to a clubfoot position and to keep their knees and hips straight The twins have been admitted to the hospital five times for stays not less than a month each time Masks helmets issued Showdown may be at hand whatever action siders necessary final showdown When the para troopers descended on Little Rock he offered no further resistance to federal authority And he never got himself in the legal position of personally defying a federal court order Barnett by contrast has dra matized his personal defiance of the US courts by physically blocking the path of the Negro student James H Meredith with whose admission to the state uni versity he had been forbidden by the courts to interfere The Mississippi governor also has ordered state police to resist federal marshals and if necessary to place them under arrest Justice Department officials in Washington have been clinging to the hope that some way might be found to avoid a blunt test of strength with the governor But Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy has stated that it is his responsibility to see that federal court orders are obeyed no matter what course is ultimately necessary The Fifth US Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered Barnett to appear before it in New Orleans to show cause why he should not be cited for contempt If the gov ernor spurns this summons the federal government will be faced with a choice between letting him get away with it or sending a sufficient federal force into Mis sissippi to take him into custody regardless of any resistance that state authorities may offer US officials consider the form er alternative intolerable and say it would lead to a breakdown of federal power The latter alternative is hardly less grave they acknowledge since it could have incalculable consequences Barnetts doctrine is that a state has the right to interpose its own authority to prevent enforce ment of a federal law when it considers the federal law to be unconstitutional US courts have rejected the interposition doctrine several times in recent years Many his torians feel that the Civil War itself was the ultimate repudiation of any idea that state sovereignty is supreme in a headon clash with federal authority WARNS OF WAR SPLIT Yugoslavia President Leonid Brezhnev said Thursday an American attack nedy is expected to sign the docu ment The administration al ready has endorsed its careful wording The resolution is intended as an expression of unified support for Kennedy con In essence he would be free to determine when and how the United States should act to block the spread of Cuban Israel get U S missiles WASHINGTON AP The United States has agreed to sell Hawk antiaircraft missiles to Is rael to strengthen its defenses against the growing military capa bility of neighboring Arab states equipped with arms supplied by the Soviet Union The deal is expected to be com pleted soon and the United States plans to train Israeli operators for the missiles in this country Officials disclosed the agree ment in principle Wednesday night communism and described the Hawk as a pure ly defensive weapon which will be provided to Israel on a straight sale basis not involving US mil itary aid Egypt and Syria have been building up supplies of Soviet arms including jet bombers dur ing the past two years or so Re cently US officials said Iraq obtained short range antiaircraft missiles from Moscow Officials said this was the decisive event in Washingtons decision to sell missiles to Israel 21 seniors in running for Merit scholarships SEN JOHN COOPER The Weather North Iowa Fair through Fri day Cooler Thursday night lows near 40 Highs Friday in are low 60s Twentyone North Iowa high school seniors are semifinai ists in the 196263 competition of the National Merit Scholar ships Corp This compares with 22 a year ago They join approximately 11000 others throughout the country cited for their out standing performance on the qualifying test given in more than 16000 high schools last March The semifinalists will take another rigorous examination Dec 1 This threehour test is given by the College Entrance Examination Board Results of this test and the names of the finalists will be announced about April 24 North Iowas semifinalists Timothy L Dailey Algona David A Klaus and Elaine B Vance both of Charles City Trudy Huskamp F e n t o n Lynn M Harris Forest City David W Allen Judith A Cooley and Caroly Lukens meyer all of Hampton Linda L Reed and Greg R Scharn berg both of Iowa Falls Keith R Helgoland Northvvood Lin da M Severs Rockwell Richard Hankenson Clear Lake David N Farnan New man High School of Mason City Johanna Biebesheimer Jane C Darjand Barry R Furrow Linda A Hanson Paul L Hanson Thomas J Lcake and Craig A Peterson all ofMason High School Additional story on Page 27 OXFORD Miss army of sheriffs and city policemen converged on the University of Mississippi campus Thursday to join the guard against Negro James H Meredith State police at the five gates to the campus carried gas masks and billy clubs and wore plastic helmet liners An attorney for the Negro said advisers have told him and the U S Department of Justice that Meredith should not return here unless he is accompanied by sufficient force to assure his enrollment and continued at tendance Jack Grecnberg an attorney for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said in N e w Orleans that a trip to the campus which tentatively had been planned for Thursday with a force of mar shals was not made Green berg noted that the marshals would have outnumbered by a small army that Barnett had gathered on the campus More than 100 police cars stood parked around the gates high way patrol cars sheriffs cars and city police cars from the length and breadth of the and more were arriving The reinforced barrier of man power against the 29yearold Ne gro numbered an estimated 400 Only the campus police carried guns As they did Wednesday when they turned back Meredith and a cordon of federal marshals at the gates the state officers woreno sidearms County and city officers arriv ing during the morning stepped out of their cars then unstrapped their guns and put them in their cars Six police dogs remained in po lice cars about 200 yards inside the main fgate Newsmen on the scene identi fied officers from such widely separated places as Harrison County on the Gulf Coast to the south and from Tupelo in extreme northeast Mississippi As classesopened for the day on the hilly wooded campus the students went about their business normal Newsmen spotted stu dents going to classes but saw none around the guard posts at the gates But prefers a girl He wonts tutoring rMUNDELlN Ml Chicago area high school girls want to help a boy theyve never met pass his college entrance exams The six responded to an ad Carl Sorensen ran in several surburban weekly newspapers in the Mondelein area northwest of Chicago Mundelein high school boy 17 wishes to meet bright in telligent smart girl Attractive preferred Object Honor roll Im just a C student Carl confessed and figured if my grades dont improve I just wont get into college next fall To date hes received seven letters One was kind of sar castic six offered to help at no charge But none of them is from Mundelein he said The closest correspondent was an Elgin miles away Weve only got one car Carls mother said I dont know how Carl could commute to his tutor N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Russ launch satellite MOSCOW The Soviet Union launched a unmanned orbit around the earth Yemen coup successful ADEN A liberal revolutionary army an nounced it has seized power in the kingdom of Yemen and an informed source in neighboring Aden said the new ruler Imam Mohammad AlBadr was assassinat ed Cairo Radio also announced the coup but declared the Imam had been deposed not assassinated Hope for drug addicts WASHINGTON President Kennedy called fort greater national efforts torehabilitatedrug addicts rather than just cut off their sources of supply The President issued th call before about 400 medical and social scientists law enforcement officers and other public officials who were gathered here for a White House conference on narcotics and drug abuse Sante Fe strike barred CHICAGO A federal district court judge barred a trainmens strike against the 13000mile long Santa Fe Railway scheduled for Friday Committed to insane ward SIOUX CITY Frank M McLaughlin legless 71yearold charged with murder for the fatal beat ing of his wife was committed to the ward for the criminally insane at the Anamosa Mens Reforma tory Walker rallies citizens Was wrong at Little Rock DALLAS AP Former Maj Gen Edwin A Walker who com manded thc troops that forcibly integrated Little Rocks Central High School in 1957 called Thurs day for massive physical resis ance if soldiers are sent to Mis issippi to enforce federal court ntegration orders Now is the time to be heard 10000 strong from every state in he Union declared the former Army officer who resigned his command after being reprimand ed over a troop indoctrination program in Germany Walker noted that he command ed soldiers in Little Rock Ark during the 1957 and 1958 school in tegration crisis and added The last time I was on the vrong side This lime 1 am on the ight side and I will be there A volunteer force should go to Mississippi when and if the Pres dent of the United States com mits or uses any troops federal Iowa Fair through Friday Cooler southeast Thursday night warmer northwest lows 40 to 45 Warmer west and north Friday highs 60s north east to hear 70 southwest Fur ther outlook Increas i n g cloudiness warmer Saturday Vandalism breakins in two N Iowa counties The state officers got their gas masks Thursday They tried them on then left them out of their bags wearing them over their shoulders On the bags worn by one of the officers were these words Prop erty of the US Army No gas guns or bombs were in evidence Gov Ross open ly defiant of federal court orders in personally rejecting Merediths attempts to enroll was on the campus He arrived by car short ly after 8 am Lt Gov Paul Johnson who SAME On the inside Clear Lake News Page 10 North Iowa News 11 Editorials 12 Society News 131415 Sports 1718 Latest Markets 26 Mason City News 2627 Comics 28 stateKAn Mississippi said ValKei1 elf as a staunch supporter of ightwing views 1 Walker was asked if he was sug csling that persons going to Mis issippi carry arms The administration has tndi ated it will do whatever is nee ssary to enforce this unconstitu ional action he replied after a pause I have stated that what ever is necessary to oppose that enforcement and stand behind Gov Ross Barnett should be done Gov John Patterson of Ala bama meanwhile asked Presi dent Kennedy If troops are sent into Mis sissippi I ask if you are pre pared to invade Alabama as well In a telegram sent to the chief executive Patterson said Ala bama anl Mississippi stand united in this fight and will continue to resist all unlawful encroachments by t h e federal government The federal government can have no legal excuse to inter fere in the internal affairs of the Stale of Mississippi Pat terson said Minnesota Mostly fair NEW inothers run over The vandals ap narontlv hari Hrivrn to the field turned back Meredith and a cor anditwo counties Thursday are inparenuynaa anven 10 me mntcllc warmer Highs Friday in 70s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 75 Minimum 40 Sunrise Sunset ExKorean premier gets term SEOUL UPI A military court Thursday sentenced former premier John M Chang to 10 years in prison for giving vestigating a wave of vandal ism and breakins in Chickasaw and Floyd Counties At the Wesley Chambers farm north of Bassett the gates to a large hog feeding lot were opened and the hogs driven out into the lane Eight head were run down and killed and an other five crippled Most of the rest have been recovered Northeast of there in the where the turkeys were kept and reached the ones along the fence line Chickasaw County Sheriff Galen Folkers said it is believed don of federal marshals at the main gate to the campus Wednes day also was reported in Oxford In Washington Sen Jacob K Javits TlNY called Mississippis t J Ci I V I T i i It the damage in both counties iactions a kind of insurrection He was done by the same group ofjtoW thc vandals Breakins which occurred in Chickasaw County were not linked with the vandalism Win dows were forced open at preservation of the federal union is at stake US Atty Gen Robert F Ken nedy said the situation is serious From 20 to 25 US marshals Rogers Famous Foods restaurhave been arriving daily at the Five Corners area many mail ant on Highway 63 south ofjbig US Nava Air Station across New Hampton and at state line at Memphissome Clothing Store Nashua At the50 miles north of the Ole Miss boxes were knocked down and destroyed and road signs pulled down on Cuba would be the start to a member of a group1 In Floyd County turkeys at restaurant in cash was stolen This is the second time a general war The threats ofiplotting to overthrow the milithe Monaghan Brothers farmI in a month a breakin has oc American imperialists against tary regime and restore him to j two miles4 northeast of Charles Cuba have provoked condemna tion of the entire world laid he power It sentenced to death 2 of 16 convicted members ofthe group One got a life sentence City were killed According to curred there At the clothing store a quan Shcriff L L Lane nine had tity of clothing and about their necks wrung and several cash were taken campus No soldiers have been reported alerted The acid test may come Friday Thc 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered Barnelt 64 to appear in New Orleans to face a contempt hearing RUSSIANS IN NORTH Russian women stand among tech Photofax top On handto greet them lower photo were other Russians al nicians and military personnel arriving ready on duty on the Communist island by liner in the harbor at Havana Cuba A welcoming sign is in background   

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