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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Supreme Court rejects bid to bar troops in The newspaper that makes all North Iowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY 27 1943 10c Paper Consists of Four Associated Presi and United Press international Full Lease Wires No 91 Pastor Nyjordet buried Investigation continues SILVER serv ices were held Monday for a rural Iowa minister who was brutally slain last Thursday near Albert Lea Minn The services at 10 am for the Rev Berner Nyjordet 42 whose mutilated body was found in a game refuge near Albert Lea Friday were held in the Silver Lake Lutheran Church where he had been pastor the last five years Burial followed in the church cemetery Dr H W Siefkes Mason City president of the Iowa Dis trict of the American Lutheran Church conducted the services The Rev Lewis Bakke was the soloist The Freeborn Funeral Home Albert Lea Minn was in charge of arrangements Survivors include his mother and four sisters Mrs Marie Swanson Marshall Minn Mrs Ronald Ruth Nelson the wife of a missionary in Africa S a r Nyjordet Brainerd Minn and Esther Nyjordet Minneapolis Authorities at Albert Lea said Monday 35 pieces of evidence including the mans personal ef fects have been sent to the Min nesota state crime lab in St Paul for analysis Freeborn County Sheriff Ever ett Stovern said Sunday the big why in his investigation of the violent death of the Rev Mr Nyjordet is what prompted him to come to Albert Lea the night of his death Stovern several deputies and state crime bureau agents were trying to piece together what is known of the last hours of the life of the minister It was known that the minis ter had visited an Arocrt Lea bar shortly before 1 am Thurs day and that he visited a cafe a time later Mr Nyjordet was last seen a highway service station at the edge of Albert Lea The at tendant says the minister drove on US Highway 16 when he left the station Officials believe he was killed about five miles east of town They do not know why he took that road when his home was just below the Iowa border in the opposite direction Sheriff Stovern said the pas tor probably picked up a hitch hiker the slayer inside the limits of Albert Lea shortly be fore the killing ama Wallace strategy blocked by judges WASHINGTON The Supreme Court re jected Monday a suit by Gov George C Wallace of Ala bama to bar use of federal troops in Birmingham The governor asked the high tribunal to declare President Kennedy violated the Constitution by send ing troops into the state for possible riot duty in Birm ingham racial troubles Wallace said neither he nor the Alabama Legisla ture had asked for federal troops and contended such a first step was necessary under the Constitution The governor asked the court also to declare unconstitu tional a postCivil War status under which the Presi dent acted and the Constitutions 14th amendment The Supreme Court in a brief order said the mo tion to file the governors complaint was denied In essence the high courts order said the papers show no more than that the President has made ready exercise the authority conferred upon him by 10 USC Section 333 by alert ing and stationing military personnel in the Birmingham area Such purely preparatory measures and their alleged adverse general effects upon the plaintiffs Alabama and Wallace afford no basis for the granting of any relief The section referred to in order is a postCivil War law giving the President authority NYJORDET SERVICES The casket of the Rev B E Ben Nyjordet Northwood area minister who was brutally slain last Thursday near Al bert Lea Minn is carried from the Sil ver Lake Lutheran Church where he had served since 1957 More than 500 people attended the Monday morning services to order out troops to suppress disorders in states Justice White took no part in Mondays action This made the ourts vote 80 In dismissing the governors omplaint the court made no eference to a request by Wai ace that it declare the Consti utions 14th amendment invalid Wallace filed his suit in the Supreme Court on May 18 A brief submitted to the high court by the governor said the Presidents troop order was an exercise of personal power and asserted Mr Kennedys action if tolerated by this court would in effect create a mili tary dictatorship reject Wallaces suit as being without legal foundation The President has statutory and constitutional authority to send troops into action as he sees fit and without waiting for a request from a state the de partment brief said In the Alabama case it said lere was no occasion for court eview because Kennedy did othing more than deploy about 000 soldiers to Alabama bases POLICE REMOVE DEMONSTRATOR Philadel phia police force picket into squad car for transpor tation to hospital after a scuffling on a school con struction site The National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People picketed the construc tion and charged some unions on the job particularly electricians steamfitters plumbers and roofers dis criminate against Negroes Weakened by bleeding Death ends story of Brodie twins FERRIS III Dee Brodie who made medical listory 11 years ago when he was separated from his head joined Siamese twin brother died Sunday at the farm home where he had struggled to lead a normal life The boy was llVi years old when he of the pro longed after effects of the oper ation which had spared his life The boys father Royt Bro die was feeding his son when the little boy choked and died His doctor J D Trotter said the technical cause of death was malnutrition Despite prolonged medical care the boys body had failed to develop properly over the years Trotter said It was on Dec 17 1952 that him Roger Lee died 35 days ater Rodney Dee underwent a eries of operations and then returned to his parents and his seven brothers and sisters at heir home near this westcen tral Illinois community There were hopes that Rod ney Dee might live to become a normal boy But his head nev er lost its misshapen appear ance He had trouble balancing but his intelligence appeared normal Dr Trotter who had been on the case 10V4 years said death wasnot due to the operation itself but to failure of the brain and body to function nor A reply brief by the Justic Department asked the court t Last week about 500 troops were removed from the area The group included a rifle com pany and a military police unit On May 24 the Justice De sartment petitioned the U S District Court at Birmingham to prohibit Wallace from inter Suspend plans for JFK to see Pope VATICAN CITY weakened by recurrent hemor rhages Pope John XXIII was con fined to his apartment Monday Concern grew about his condition A Vatican source said plans for fering with enrollment of Ne groes at the University of Ala bama The Birmingham court set a hearing for mally The boys metabolism was faulty and his bones broke North Iowa Cloudy and cooler with occasional rain through Tuesday and possibly a few thundershowers during day time Chance of locally heavy rain Monday night lows low to mid 50s Highs Tuesday in low 60s Iowa Mostly cloudy with occa sional showers and thunder storms through Tuesday Lo cally heavy rain likely north east Monday night Cooler Monday night lows near 50 Highs Tuesday 6570 Further outlook Variable cloudiness scattered showers north and east Minnesota Decreasing cloudi ness southeast half Tuesday a little warmer northwest highs 6272 Refuse Memphis plan for slow desegregation President Kennedy to the 81 yearold Roman Catholic pontif had been suspended Kennedy wa due here about June 22 Belgianborn Bishop Pierre van Lierde the Popes sacristan anc vicargeneral for Vatican City canceled several engagements in Rome He was reported remaining in or near the Popes apartment constantly to be ready to adminis ter extreme unction WASHINGTON Su preme Court Monday ruled against a gradual desegregation plan for parks libraries and mu seums in Memphis Tenn Justice Arthur J Goldberg made the decision for a unani mous court The federal courts in he past have approved gradual desegregation programs for schools Federal District Judge Marion and Research Hospital per ormed a precedentsetting hour operation on Rodney Dee d h and his twin brother Roger team oF dSs at the Uneasily thedoctor said ersity of Illinois Educational At the time of his death Rod weighed only 50 could walk a little Lee It was the first time in medi cal history that doctors had been able to operate on head joined Siamese twins But a de cision made in the operatin room doomed Roger Lee so Rodney Dee might have chance for life The surgeons discovered thai the brothers shared a sagitla sinus vein which drains blood from the brain Since Rodney Dee seemed to be the healthiest baby the vein was alloted to SAME Safety Detriment Figures Black Flair Means Truffle Death is Fait 21 Hnuri GlobeGazette weather data p to 8 am Monday Maximum 72 Minimum 57 At 8 am 57 Precipitation 30 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 68 Minimum 52 Sharon Lynn dies in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD Sharon Lynn who once co starred with Bing Crosby and Laurel and Hardy died Sunday night in Hollywood Presbyter ian Hospital it was reported Monday Bids for plane are held up by execcouncil DES MOINES Authority for the Iowa National Guard to take bids on a twinen1 gine airplane was held up by Ihe State Executive Council Monday Gov Harold Hughes said he wanted some matters clarified before the council gives permis sion to spend the money ap propriated for the plane by the 1963 legislature The governor said the under standing when the legislature appropriated the money was that the plane is for the use of the state executive department But he said he has received a letter from a National Guard official in Washington saying that a plane purchased for this purpose could not be main taincd by the National Guard nor could the Guard pay any of its costs of operation Boyd approved the Memphis rec reational plan on June 20 1961 A year later the 6th US Circuit tourt of Appeals upheld him The city said it developed its plan to avoid violence and general disruption of playground pro grams The 6th circuit noted that he chief of police said his men could not control the situation il all facilities were desegregated at one time But Goldberg said Since the city has completely failed to demonstrate any com pelling or convincing reason re quiring further delay in imple menting the constitutional pro scription of segregation of publicly owned or operated recreational facilities there is no cause what soever to depart from the gcneral y operative and here clearly con rolling principle that constitution al rights are to be promptly vindi cated The case was appealed to the lupreme Court by a group of Ne roes Arlene Francis satisfactory after wreck NEW YORK Ar lene Francis a panelist on the television program Whats Mj Line was reported in satisfac tory condition Monday after an au lomobile collision in which she was injured and another woma was killed The Bostonborn actress wa replaced on Whats My Line Sunday night by singer Kitt Carlisle Miss Francis 55 was enrout to Manhattan to appear on th show when her auto skidded o wet pavement and collided hea on with another auto Police sai she apparently had tried to stop her car because of a minor ac cident ahead of her Killed in the collision with the actress car was Rose Arcos 34 of Brooklyn Her husband Joseph also 34 who was driving and The Vatican switchboard re Delved hundreds of phone ibout the Pope Operators replied A little better At press office there was no statement on his condition Informants said the Pope had a restful night His personal physician Dr An tonio caiJed icre urgently Sunday mm his home in Bologna saw the Pope again at noon Monday Another papal doctor Piero Vfazzoni kept vigil near the opes bedside throughout the ight It was the sixth successive ight Mazzoni had spent in the postolic palace All through the night the lights vere off in the Popes third floor apartment overlooking St Peters Square This indicated he did not need attention Mazzoni left the palace shortly after dawn and Gasbarrini did not call until noon This was taken to mean that at the least there was no worsening in the pontiffs con dition LOsservatore Romano the Vati can newspaper said the Popes condition Sunday night showed general all subjective meaning that the Pope felt better The Popes doctors found further improvement in his condilion this morning the paper added The daily also reported Pope John saw his secretary of state The city relied on a 1955 Su preme Court school decree which said Negroes should be admitted to white schools with all deliber ate speed They said this grad lal desegregation could apply to the citys parks Mondays ruling was applied only in the Memphis case STRANGE TWIST MADRID Doctors said Monday houscpainler Jose Luis Praga Alonso 22 died of cxer ition while dancing the twist three other passengers in his car were injured two of them critical ly On the inside Editorial 4 Society News 478 Clear Lake Newt 1213 News Quit 15 North Iowa News1417 Sports Comics 24 Latest Markets 29 Maion City News 2829 lay night and again Monday Apparently Cardinal Cicognani nnd Bishop Van Lierde were among the few prelates allowed in he Popes apartment The bishop would be the prelate to administer sacraments to the Pope Cardinal Cicognani is the Popes losest collaborator in Church affairs Monday was the third suc cessive morning the Pope had re ceived him despite strict orders From his doctors that he must have absolute rest This precaution was taken fol lowing another hemorrhage Sun day perhaps the worst setback the Pope has had since he stricken in November with a stom ach disorder said to be an ulcer or cancer He also had suffered a hemorrhage Saturday Even President Kennedy was awarded a TV Emmy HOLLYWOOD AP There were enough repeat winners at the 15th annual television awards to make it look like a summer rerun Even the President of the Unit ed States got one It was only fair His wife picked up an Emmy last year CBS courtroom drama The Defenders was top winner with five awards Its star E G Mar shall encored as outstanding ac tor in a dramatic series The show also picked up Emmies for dra matic writing directing and film editing and best dramatic series It was the second time around for Shirley Booths bossy maid Hazel the best series actress and third for Don Knotts bum bling deputy Barney Fife in The Andy Griffin Show best actor in a supporting role The Tunnel NBCs contro versial documentary showing East Berliners digging their way to freedom beneath the Berlin wall was named program of the year H also took honors as best documentary and for its narra tor NBC Berlin correspondent Piers Anderton for international reporting Actress June AHyson dissolved in tears when the Television Aca demy presented a posthumous Television Academy Trustee Award to her late husband actor producer Dick Powell for his con tributions to the industry Powell died last year of cancer The award was accepted by his former partners in FourStar Produc tions actor David Niven and Charles Boycr The trustees also presented an award to President Kennedy for his willingness to expose his thoughts and feelings to his fel low countrymen in his regular news conferences Mrs Kennedy won an Emmy last year for her Tour of the White House Another special award was pre sented to American Telephone and Telegraph Co which launched the Tclcstar communications satellite last year Newlywed comedienne Carol Burnett got a wedding present in a golden Emmy for the outstand ing performance in a variety show Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall She also won the award last year The program in which Miss Burnett costarred with sing er Julie Andrews was named the years outstanding musical pro gam The Dick Van Dyke Show nosed out the favored Beverly Hillbillies as the years funniest scries Us writer Carl Reiner and director John Rich also won Emmies H was the fifth Emmy for Reiner onetime second bana na on the Sid Caesar show Two of the winners havent been Brinkleys Jour nal which won as it did last year the prize as outstanding pub lic affairs program and The Andy Williams Show named best variety program A Bon Casey segment A Cardinal Act of Mercy picked up awards for its slar Kim Stan ley for the best single perform ances by an actress and for vet eran Glcmla Farrell as best sup porting actress Miss Stanley played a woman lawyer addicted to narcotics and Miss Farrell a nurse British actor Trevor Howards portrayal as The Invincible Mr Disraeli won laurels for the out standing single performance by an actor The show produced by Hallmark Hall of Fame also won a prize for its camera work NBC swept the news and cial events divisions For the fifth year in a row the team of Chet Huntley and David Brinkley was cited the best news show Other winners Walt Disneyt wonderful world of color best chil drens program GE College Bowl best quiz show Box score on the winnocs CBS 12 NBC 12 and ABC 3   

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