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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Gunrunning trip to Cuba See story on page 2 HOME Predict final liquor bill approval Easily passes Iowa House 6840 The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 4 10c copy No 73 Alabamas Double DDay Negroes repulsed by dogs ews in a nutshell PROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Freeman denies charge BIRMINGHAM Ala massive racial demonstrations were promised by Negro inte gration leaders vow made in the wage of a day in which surging throngs were re pulsed by police dogs am streams of water from fire hoses Friday was DDay in Bir mingham Dr Martin Luthe King Jr leader of the Integra tion drive in this Deep South in dustrial center said Frida night Saturday will be Doubl DDay King president of the South ern Christian Leadership Con ference made the statement at a mass meeting of more than 1000 persons at a Negro church There might be thousands arrested King said earlier will continue on settte We feel they will have to continue until there is some response from the mer chants The massed marchers Friday included hundreds of graying chanting teenagers Five Ne groes said they either were bit ten by the leashed police dogs or were injured by the highj pressure streams of water from fire hoses Officers said two policemen were admitted to a hospital aft er being struck by rocks hurled by Negroes More than 250 Negroes were arrested Friday Officers said 15 WASHINGTON Agriculture Secretary Or ville Freeman denied Republican charges that he is coercing his subordinates to influence voters in a May 21 wheat referendum Sen Bourke Hicken looper kept Freeman under questioning for four hours at a Senate agriculture committee hear ing charging him with illegally influencing local ag ricultural stabilization committeemen to campaign for a yes vote from farmers 32 perish in Brazil air crash SAO PAULO Brazil AP Of ficials counted 32 dead Saturday Grahams daughter weds MONTREUX evangel ist Billy Grahams daughter Virginia 17 was mar ried to Stephan Tchividjian 23 heir to one of Switz erlands largest fortunes in a simple doublering ceremony in Montreuxs Protestant cathedral Jailed in Alabama FORT PAYNE freedom marchers carrying on a pilgrimage by a slain Baltimore in tegrationist were in jail arrested immediately after they crossed the state line into Alabama The march by eggs when they stopped for lunch on the Georgia roadside about a mile before reaching Alabama liner that plowed into a heavily built up area but miraculousy hit only an unoccupied apartment building At least 20000 persons rushed o the scene seriously hampering rescue efforts Several were re ported killed when a fire truck slammed into part of the crowd Despite the throng 16 persons were snatched alive from the zing wreckage and rushed to local hospitals One person was missing from the 44 passengers and five crewmen aboard the two engined Convair The plane plunged to earth shortly after takeoff Friday night Witnesses said the plane belong ITS STILL A LONG WAY Iowa House passed on a vote of 6840 a bill proposing to legalize the sale of liquorbythedrink in Iowa But the bill now must be returned to the Senate for its consideration of House amend ments placed on the Senate bill Even Photofax if the measure clears a 11 legislative hurdles drinks cannot be sold legally until the measure becomes effective July 4 A Des Moines barkeep Alan Stuhlsatz while holding a drink calls attention to the July 4 situation teenagers were placed in juvenile detention home more the Kozlov a favorite of Khrushchev is ailing MOSCOW AP The Central Committee of the Soviet Commu nist party Saturday took the vir tually unprecedented step of an nouncing that Frol billed as heir apparent to Premier ili There was speculation in the Western press last month that Khrushchev was ready to step down either from his post as pre mier or from that of first secre tary of the Communist party Koz lov was widely reported about to The announcement published in take over press did not say what More than 700 others were ar rested Thursday in the resump tion ot the massive demonstra tions The number of demonstrators taken into custody in the month the Communist party He has a history of heart trouble Wellinformed sources said Koslov had suffered a throm bosis A thrombosis is a clot of blood lodged somewhere in the old drive to desegregate public circulatory system facilities is now nearly 1400 King called a mass meeting of Negro school children this morning to organize further demonstrations Dont worry about your chil dren who are in jail the Negro leader said at Friday nights gathering They are being treated right because they are political prisoners The eyes of the world are on Birming ham Were going in spite of dogs and fire hoses Weve gone too far to turn back now Postal money bill likely to pass WASHINGTON pects appeared bright Saturday j that the nation will get its mail on Saturdays as usual next year The Senate Appropriations committee coming to the Post Offices rescue restored million of the million the House had chopped out of the departments request for oper ating funds for the fiscal year itarting July 1 A Post Office spokesman said that if the million gets through Congress it will be just barely enough to get along without halting Saturday de liveries and a number of other services INVITED TO MICHIGAN DENVER Colo ft Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz said in Denver hell accept Gov George Romneys invitation to visit Michigan if he can find the time Shortly afterwards Kozlov dis appeared from public view lead ing to Western rumors that hi had been brushed aside in i Kremlin power struggle The fact that It appeared in the local papers seemed to indicat that there had been speculatio about Kozlov in the Soviet Union Iowa Considerable cloudiness through Sunday with occa sicmal periods of showers and thunderstorms Cooler Satur day night and Sunday Low Saturday night in the 50s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 70 48 21 Heavy winds rain in Iowa ng to Cruzeiro do Sul caught explodedin the air and ilunged to earth It broke up in the air and part if it rammed an apartment build ng under construction It shearec ff a large section of the struc ure and reduced it to rubble There were no Americans listed n the first reports of casualties One of those who died was James Gois Hughes a Uruguayan citizen who was director of Gen eral Electric in Brazil Other passengers were Brazilian Deputy Miguel Bahury and tele vision comic Rena K Consorte Of those hospitalized 13 were reported to be in critical condi BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The plane was in trouble from Heavy rain battered some see the time it took off for Rio mtions of central Iowa and a tor miles to the northeast nado caused considerable damage on farms in Hamilton County as thunderstorms skipped over the state Friday night About two inches of rain was re ported in downtown Des Moines during a quick downpour which sent up to four feet of water surg ng across some streets Windows were broken in two houses in Iowa City by lightning which also damaged some trees The tornado was reported near Randall where barns on two farms were destroyed The Weather Bureau said show ers and thunderstorms would con tinue in the state over the weekt Main features of liquor bill DES MOINES AP Major eatures of the liquor by the drink illpassed by the House Friday Sales over the bar would be egal county unless 1 ocaj governing bodies refused to ssue any licenses or 2 the voters decided to ban it Persons obtaining a drivers li cense would automatically be deemed to have given consent to chemical tests for intoxication if arrested for drunken driving Any number of licenses could be issued with the exception that no more than one license could go to each applicant Licensees would have to post bond of and pay license ees ranging from to Establishments with liquor li censes would have to be closed 3etween 1 am and 7 am on weekdays and from midnight Sat urday until 7 am Monday Senate changes possible Compromise is likely DES MOINES W For the first time in nearly 70 years the Iowa legislature was near agreement Satur day on a proposal to legal ize liquor by the drink in Iowa The next step is up to the Iowa Senate which is expected to dis uss Tuesday the bill which sail ed through the House with sur prising ease Friday However the House made sev eral major changes in the meas ure which the Senate passed last month and Senate Majority Lead er Robert Rigler RNew Hamp ton said he is not sure our members can swallow all of the House amendments If it doesnt the bill would have to go to a conference committee Leaders on both sides said they expected that the legislature in ic end will come up with a galizing bill and that liquor ver the bar will become valid on uly 4 The last time that was possible as prior to 1916 when the legis ature repealed the old mulct law nacted in 1894 Rigler mentioned local option nd implied consent amend ments as proposals our ment ors have not been too enthusiast c about Sen Jack Schroeder RDav enport however predicted the Senate would go along without major changes in the House bill He was one of those who guided a liquor bill through the Senate earlier The bill approved by a 6949 vote in the House Friday contains these amendments added to the bill passed April 10 by the Sen ate A reverse local option plan advanced by the dry forces It would provide that a county could change from wet to A licensed liquor establishment by a vote of the people would have to possess a beer per mit License holders would have to break liquor bottles when emp ty There would be a 10 per cent sales tax on all drinks sold The right engine was burn ing said a witness Emilton Ba tista an airline employe I said God its going to explode Then it did What solons said in liquor argument1 DES MOINES is what was said about the liquor drink bill passed by the end with cooler over the state air spreading On the inside Editorials 4 Church News Society News 1f North Iowa News10 Sports News 11 Newman Surveyor 13 Latest Markets 14 City News 15 Comics Clear Lake News17 Classified 2021 TOTS DIE IN FIRE ROCKVILLE Ind UPI Fire swept through a home for mentally retarded children here Friday night killing six chil dren and injuring five others one critically j by the House Rep David Stanley RMusca ine July 4 will be the first time n Iowa in 100 years that the drys lave not had their law and the vets their liquor Gov Harold Hughes This bill will control liquor by the drink or the first time since Iowa be came a state in 1846 Rep Lome Worthington D Lamoni If we have to have liquor by the drink bill this one probably provides most of the safeguards and enforcement pro visions we could hope for Senate Majority Leader Robert Rigler RNew Hampton I am y a total victory for the socalled vets We hope that time will prove law enforcement and res pect will be the resist and people vho carry eventually change the dry banner will approve of Ihe Rep William Denman DDes Moines This will make Iowa own as the state with the best liquor lawsIowa will no longer be known as the laughing stock of the nation withits hypocritical liquor laws Rep Max RNewton The support for the bill was generated by interest groups that became an aggressive lobby be cause they knew it was financial ly expedient Rep Everett Crane R Vail This is the most inconsequential reverse local option plan ad vanced by the dry forces It would provide that a county could change from wet to dry by a vote of the people An implied consent provision which says that a person in ob taining a drivers license would deem to have given his consent to chemical tests for intoxication if stopped for drunken driving Removal of limitation of the number of liquor licenses a city council or county board of super visors could issue except that no more than one license could go to each applicant Rep Howard Reppcrt DDes Moines successfully amended a provision prohibiting credit sales of liquor by the drink to permit the use of bona fide credit cards An amendment by Rep Dewey Goodc RBloomfield which would have barred anyone vinder 21 members pjece of legislation we have con House not sure some of our can swallow all of those Houseisjciercd Rep Arthur C Hanson Rln wood I still think the present amendments George Nagle Republican state chairman This is not ncccssari system is better WRECKAGE OF BRAZILIAN AIR LINER Brazilian fireman walks toward wreckage of airliner which caught fire exploded in midair and plunged into a heavily built up area shortly after takeoff at Sao Paulo Brazil The tail section remains intact Photofax in front of a small twostory residence across from the unoccupied apartment building into which the aircraft plunged Officials counted 32 dead in the crash of the plane which took off with 44 passengers and five crewmen SAME DATE1H2U7 Starting on Monday The Dillinger Days Author John Toland has written a fascinating chronicle of the 13 months in the 1930s when bank robbery kidnaping murder and massacre were routine headline stories in America And his cast of real people who lived and died violently could not have been in vented by the most imaginative fiction writer The bizarre Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow brutal liahy Face Nelson the unbelievable Ma Barker and her boys bumbling Machine Gun Kelly and his ef ficient wife Kalhryn and of course the legendary John Dillinger THE DILIINKER DAYS starting Monday in the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE years of age from being on the premises where liquor by the drink is sold unless accompanied by his parents was defeated7530 Rep Floyd Millen RFarming ton called the states present liq uor law impractical unenforce able and grossly unfair He said a map prepared by the Iowa Liquor Control Commission listed consumption of liquor in Van Buren County as none This doesnt mean that nobody in Van Buren County drinks liq uor It only means they go to Missouri and get it by the bottle or they go to Lee County and get it by the glass Lee County hasnt found out that its illegal yet Miller said The bill would make known as the state with the best liquor laws said Rep William Denman DDes Moines This is a good bill and has the enforce ment procedures needed to uphold the law Iowa no longer will be known as the laughing stock of the na tion with its hypocritical liquor laws Denman said Rep Bruce Mahan DIowa City said he had been waiting 72 years to speak on the subject of liquor by the drink I rice as a senior chSien wto las given a lifetime of study to listory Mahan said I seen every kind of liquor legisla tion attempted in my time Liquor by the drink is not pri marily a means of raising rev enue It is not basically a man i   

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