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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             i North Idwas Daily Newspaper Edited for ttw The LOBE VOL 102 newspaper that makes a 11 North Iowons MASON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1W2 HOME EDITION neigh bo rs 10c a copyTbls Paper of Four SectionsSection No 214 Lawmakers deny influence charge f Barnetts career finished Most feel he went too far By MILTON LEWIS New York Herald Tribune News Service JACKSON Miss Ross R Barnett is through as a politi cian That is the seasoned view of veteran impartial observers at the capital here Gov Barnetts term expires in Janu ary 1964 He is 64 Under the State constitution he cannot lucceed himself However those close to the racist governor insist that he has had his eyes on going to Washington as the states jun ior hat he has had such visions even since before the current mess started by his refusal to allow a Negro to reg ister at lilywhite University of Mississippi The current junior senator is John C Stennis He succeeded Theodore Gilmore The Man Bilbo who died of can cer after the late senator from Ohio Robert A Taft ledthefight to from takinghis despite his of his vicious antiNegro senti ments r i t i On that score therVitronly one it in the State Capitol building here It is of Bilbo who had been governor of t h e Magnolia State from 1916 to 1920 and from 1928 to 1932 goingtothe Senate three years later Of the states two current senators Stennis and James is to expire first at the end of 1964 That is the seat Gov Barnett would like to fill But there has been a low but steadily mounting tide of re sentment here at Gov Barnetts tirades which many felt caused the riot at the Ole Miss campus Two persons were killed and scores were injured For instance a group of 50 professors at Ole Miss rallied to the side of the federal marshals The campus chapter of The American Association of Univer sity Professors passed a resolu in which they noted that they believe in the use of courts and ballot boxes to state our convictions we oppose and de plore the useless employment of clubs and missiles against fellow citizens in behalf of any convictions whatsoever This resolution followed hard on the heels of statements is sued first fay a businessman the head of an insurance company which controls eight TV and a radio station and then a group of 127 others civic and industry leaders calling for law and or der On top of all this a weekly newspaper the Jackson Times out with a frontpage editorial headed Now Is the Time For All Good Men among other things the paper dared in a state where most newspapers mouth the gover nors line that Whether we like it or not our behavior must be fashioned around the courts of law And like it or not the Supreme fc Courts interpretation of the Constitution of the United States the law of the land as stated before this publication is not for integration of our schools but more so it is not for defiance of our courts It is also pointed out that even if the unexpected election of Gov Barnett to the is a good chance that the other members of that exclusive club would refuse to let him be seated as happened with Bilbo The word from Washington as heard down here by respon sible sources is that even Southern senators feel that Gov Barnelt has gone too far U The Weather North Iowa Generally fair Mostly fair locally double barreled shotgun frorri tion she wont needa shotgun tohlintfor gains in Mason City Thursday Friday and They areDollars Days andthe merchants will have the bargains readily available The Marxeslive at 504 Louisiaria SE Mr Marx beirig a giiri collector warmer Wednesday night lows in the 40s Partly cloudy Thursday highs in the 60s Iowa Generally fair Wednes day night becoming partly cloudy Thursday with scat tered light rain or sprinkles extreme south Warmer Wed nesday riighit lows in the 40s Thursday in the 60s Further outlook P a r t i y cloudy Friday occasional lightrain orsprinkles south warmer Highs Thursday in 60s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 36 43 83 49 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES May Asub to France WASHINGTON Kennedy administration hopes to overcome congressional objections and com plete sale of a nuclear submarine to France Authori tative sources disclosed that the proposed sale in volves a Nautilustype attack not a missile car rying Polaris undersea yessef Hairstreaking powder dangerous PASADENA Cajtf Health officials warnecl school girls against possible toxic effects from a powdery substance used to streak hair after a 7year old boy nearly died from breathing the powder It pays to pay the preacher GEORGETOWN Tex The Rev Livery Brown said last week the communitys dry weather might be because church members hadnt been paying the preacher and urged them to drop more in the collec tionplate The next Tuesday it rained It also rained Wednesday and Thursday On Friday lightning struck the church steeple and one for good measure SAN FRANCISCO Seaman Edward C Jolly 21 Prosser crewmanaboard the submarine Konquil may be the fittest sailor in the whole U S Navy During his quarterly fitness test Tuesday Jolly did 4001 situps inthree hours and one minute Y i V Ballistic tests ordered WASHINGTON The FBI is conducting bal listics tests of all guns carried by US marshals at the University of Mississippi Thetests were ordered after reports circulated that shots fired by marshals could have killed one or both of the riot victims Indicted in Maryland bribe case Confident of vindication BALTIMORE AP Two con gressmeh indicted by a federal grand jury on conspiracy and con flictofinterest charges have ex pressed confidence they will be vindicated Reps Thomas F Johnson D Md and Frank W Boykin D Ala said they were shocked at he indictments handed down Tuesday and expressed their de iire for a speedy trial The jury charged they received compensation for trying to per uade the Department of Justice to postpone the mail fraud trial of J Kenneth Edlin 64 of Miami Fla and attempting ultimately to have the charges dropped Edlin pleaded ira contest to the qharges made in connection with the operation of First Colony Savings and in Maryland and sentenced las April to Ysix f months ihC He also was from fed son faces Rogers Y Cp B Mbrton a Republican and the brother of Sen Morton Rkyi Boykin alto indicated he wants a quick and ex pressed confidence he will be vin Johnson Tissued a siiatemen Tuesday night was amazed JOHNSON BOYKIN dicated He failed to win the Dem ocratic nomination May 29 after 14 terms in the House Im anxious for the trial to come real he said I have never had a nickels worth of business with the savings and oans in my life President Kennedy mentioned Johnson by name andcalled for his reelection when he spoke to a huge Democratic rally hi Bal timore Oct 10 The special grand jury charged hat Johnson seekinga third term from Marylands 1st District had received for his efforts in Edlins behalf and that both con gressmen realized profits on real estate transactions totaling at least million in which Edlin also was involved The congressmen Edlin and William L Robinson 37 a Miami attorney were charged in one count with conspiring to obstruct impartial operation of the Depart ment of Justice arid right of the government to service of the con gressmen without corruption dis honesty and fraud Bail of was set by US Dist Judge Edward S Northrop for each of the four defendants Each of the four defendants could receive maximum sentences of 18 years and fines totaling 00 in addition to being barred from federal office SAME DATEmiSli te Fail 2t BEN BELLA WELCOMED L Ahmed ben Bella new Algerian premier is AP Phototax y vji ooax dent Dorticos as the African statesman is welcomed in Havana Ben Bella flew i r Q V JO rpen car feetween the to bearded Fidel Castro and Cuban presi States Story on Page 3 Favors talk at summit German envoy meets JfK FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTONWest German Foreign Minister Ger ha rd Schroeder saidafter a White House conference that a meeting dent Kennedy anvd Nikita Khrushchev could be helpful if the Soviet leader is in the Bright mood Commenting on rumors that Khrushchev would like to come to the U Si for this purpose Schroeder said Talking is al ways better than fighting 90minute conference with Kennedy he told hewsmen that as a result of threedays of talks with US officials VWe find ourselvesjh agreement on the as sessment of the Berlin situation v and on the methods to be applied the Y Schroeder who appeared re said his visit served prepare the visit the chancellor iKpnrad iriake rere upon the invitation of your Adenauer isdueN6v Schroeder will be with him to the politi cal ars thelltng aBoston i speech Mohdaniv Then Schroeder added will have another opportunity to review our plans Y he any new initiative the Westmight takeas aofesultof Ms ciuestibn is whethec herwpl decide UtyerbaIly with his Dwight Mif fed1at Kennedys of his Republican administration taclung he Eisenhower in his Abraham Ribicoff who is runnini Of far more interest is this Will there tie unkind wordsof theforrner President in a tone hit ihas what he called foreign policy Top sad to talk about Eisen that Anyone lean per suadeyouthaf jnjthe rp4st 2 rr tactics thai upto now will repliediihdicatihg hesees i u Lett constructive to v re Kennedy has r been exceptiohaHy careful never tp sehhdwer Throughout 1960 ampaign he bore dovvri on Rci jublicahs in general andRichard M Nixon the GOP candidate in particular V i direct crit icism and even driew some Since Kennedy won without at creasirigly like thejNdYl ma KA cies ightly this mbreYDemocrats vi Connecticut is thought to offer fertile soil for Kennedys efforts Democrats now hold four of the six House seats and hope ihey can pick up another plans called for speeches Water vvadrninistratipn officials thatthe East Gieirnan regime with impose new control qyer civiliaii 4 Berlin from pry allies could take QfficiaJs i artits bury and New Haven Shipwrecked 3 months saved that didnt fail SUVA Fiji Islands ingenious still for making fresh water and a onematch fire that didnt go out were credited Wednesday with saving the lives of 12 Polynesian sailors shipwrecked for more than three monthson a barren reef in the Southwest Pacific Ten survivors were taken from the reef by aNew Zealand flying boat and brought to Suva two of their companions drifted on a crudely made raft more than 300 miles for help It was if everything on our bodies came alive again when the plane came said Veetutu Pahulu one of the sur vivors We were very very happy Five others of the 17man crew died from the ordeal in cluding one lost from the raft sent to find help and one who succumbed on the reef shortly before the rescue plane arrived The survival story of the hardy seamen from the tiny Polynesian archipelago of Tonga was one of ingenuity and impro visation They set out from Tonga July 4 in the 50foot cutter Tuaikae pau headed for Auckland New Zealand Three d a y s out of the ship ran aground on Minerva reef about 325 miles south of the Fiji Islands broke up and sank hadr enabled them to distill about two quarts pi fresh wa7 ter everyday or about four ounces for each man The Tongans found shelter in the hulk of a Japanese fish ing trawler wrecked on the reef last year and broke it up to keep their fire going Although the crew managed to crawl onto the reef with some food salvaged from the ship all their water supplies were lost There was no fresh water on the reef But they had a large alum inum pot a kettle a rubber tube and one match The men set up a crude still to boil sea water in the pot and channel it through the tube to be con densed in the kettle Everything depended on the match It lit The seamen built a fire and took turns guarding it 24 hours a day It was still burning when they were rescued It The food ran out after TO days and they lived on crabs i and fish caught in pools on the There was no sign of rescue and three men died early this month after about two months on the reef The survivors des perately built a raft using pieces from the ler They had a hammer but no s aw and used nails to c u t through the timbers Three men set out on the raft Two of them werewashed ashore al most dead on a remote part of the Fiji Islands Monday and babbled the story that sent res cue to the reef some of an cbnpmic boycott Jf thOEast Ger mans demand regular diplomatic isas for travel to Berlin across ieir terntbry The is the first Jn a series of talksthe President on the Berlin situationVHe will ceive Soviet Foreign Minister An Vv TONGANS ATOP WRECKED JAP SHIP Pliotofax IT drei Gromyko Thursday Fpy D Kohler new US afnbassador to Moscow conferred Tuesday with Khrush chev Jn the Russian capital It was believed certain Berlin was high on the agenda Moon shot rescheduled v V CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP National Aeronautics and Space Administration changed sig nals Wednesday and tentatively re scheduled the Ranger 5 moon shot for Thursday depending on the progress of tropical storm Ella The shotwas wiped off the Oc tober launching schedule Tuesday night because of the threat posed bythe storm kicking up some 300 miles off the Florida coast Aspokesman for the space said the weather forecast for the tended to improve after the decision and that offi cials felt there might be a chance to launch the AtlasAgena B rock et in the fourday period eliding Friday when the moon is in a fa vorable When the threat of strong winds was indicated officials made preparations to remove the moon rocket from the launch pad to the safety of a hangar if it becamt necessary The storm however is no t showing signs of animmediate swing toward the mainland Oniheihside Editorials page 4 Society News 101M2 Sports 2724 North Iowa News29 Clear Lake News 3233 Latest Markets Mason City News 42 43 Comics w wf 4 44r GET LASKER AWARDS NEW YORK UPI Dr C H Li and Dr Joseph VE Smadel were named Tuesday as winners of Albert Lasker rijed i c a 1 research awards Each scientist re ceive an honorarium of I   

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