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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Ment cancer The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY Fears mount for Catholic leader VATICAN CITY Vatican announced Tuesday that Pope John XXIII is suffering from an abnormal growth in the stomach which medical sources said probably means he has cancer Vatican sources said the 81yearold Popes con dition was critical and there were fears for his life An official communique said the Koman Catholic Pontiff is continuing to suffer internal hemorrhages resulting from the Eteroplasia Gastrica or Gastric Heteroplasy which has afflicted him for about a year Eteropiasia is a Greek word meaning abnormal growth Medical sources said the Gastric Hetero plasy could mean the Pope has stomach cancer The wording of the munique appeared to be de liberately vague but it was as close as the Vatican has come to saying that the aging Popes ailment is cancer Through tense hours this mor ning three doctors were at the Popes bedside and worked to stem hemorrhaging Vatican sources reported It was the worst crisis of the illness which felled him briefly last fall and has since recurred Pope had been ill for a year Until now his illness had been dated to last November The doctors were Piero Mazzoni of Rome who has remained al most constantly at the apostolic palace for a week Antonio Gas barrini the Popes personal phy sician and Pietro Valdoni one of Italys leading surgeons Mazzoni went to the Popes bed side at am An hour later Gasbarrini was ushered into the papal apartment Then Valdoni was called in GLOBEG HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 28 1W3 10c a Paper of Two SectionsSection Associated International Full NO n Warns against discrimination Jud wont d rogation in Birmingham Is POPE JOHN XXIII intermittently j Vatican source said the dif Medical personnel rushed in and m halting the internal bleeding brought deep concern out of the papal apartment It is possible the doctors have not determined the exact kind of growth involved In the past surg ery had been considered for ex Get from JFK WASH INGTON Iff P resi dent Kennedy has sent Pope John XXtll a message wish ing him a speedy recovery the White House said Tues day Shortly after noon Gasbarrini and Valdoni departed Mazzoni ap parently was continuing to stand by as he has for seven days and nights In the past the Pope has rai led after receiving blood trans iisions and blood clotting agents Apprehension was relieved only in part by the departure of Gas barrini and Valdoni It was be lieved that the hemorrhaging may have been at least temporarily controlled But it was noted the attacks were becoming more fre quent After his doctors left his bed Attention turns to the Cardinals VATICAN CITY ill But only the Popecan act an matforc 3e hie FVtimAniCftl BIRMINGHAM Ala AP A federal judge refused Tuesday to order city schools desegregated but he warned that a state pupil placement law must be applied without discrimination US District Judge Seybourn H Lynne denied a requested injunc tion against school segregation He ruled that Negro complainants in a 1960 suit had not exhausted rem edies afforded by the 1956 statute which gives school boards wide authority in assigning pupils Hinging his decision on the laws validity Lynne said if the state is unconstitutionally applied then Adequate time remains before the fall term for the processing of assignment or transfer applica tions in behalf of interested in dividuals he said Lynne ruled in the case of James Armstrongs four children He dismissed from the same suit wo other parents and threw out a 962 suit of similar nature by the Rev T N Nelson because their hildren no longer attended Birm ngham schools ness of Pope John XXIII focuses attention on the Roman Catholic Churchs College of Cardinals These 82 princes of the Church represent the Popes senate They are his closest advisers and col laborators Cardinals also head Vatican administrative bodies that manage the daytoday affairs of the Church II1O J LJ side the Pope received Amleto rejected as too dangerous for the ardinal Cicognani Vatican sec such matters as his Council and diplomatic negoti ations the Vatican is said to have entered with Communist Hungary and Poland The Pope is the absolute ruler of the Roman Catholic Church It recognizes no substitute for his authority Catholics feel he holds supreme power as the successor validity Lynne said if the state is unconstitutionally applied then he would be compelled to order pontiff because of his age and condition Until Tuesday the Vatican had said only that the Pope had a stomach disorder LOsservatore said the hemor rhages caused by the gastric he teroplasia which has affected the Holy Father for about a ye a r after being arrested for several months have had an accentuated resumption in recent days They have now been attenu ated and the organic conse quences linked to them are through Tuesday limited and com pensated by the curative measure adopted it added Aside from disclosing the growth the statement also dis closed for the first time that etary of state Vatican officials said the cardi al called on urgent business He Iso visited the Pope on Monday ight and the pontiff then signed everal letters LIPSKY DIES NEW YORK ipsky 86 one of the founders American Jewish Con died Tuesday at his if the ress lome It will be the cardinals gath ered in secret conclave who will elect a new Pope Almost certain ly they will choose one of their number With the Pope ill more work is certain to fajj on their shoulders particularly on Amleto Cardinal Cicognani Vatican secretary of state who spent a quarter cen tury in Washington as apostolic delegate The 80yearold Italian cardinal is probably better acquainted with Pope Johns thoughts and policies than any other prelate of St Peter Man on the street Urges US expansion in sugar WASHINGTON tf Rep Od in Langen RMinn says action should be taken now to expand domestic sugar production The folly of having sold American sugar producers down the river in favor of the foreign sugar lobbies is evidenced in the higher prices American house wives are now paying he said vill cost enough for a drink Vlll CUSl LllUUKll lUl A Ulilin 11101 i i 1 nobody is going to increase his n no drinking while driving and Opinions vary on states liquor bill Question What do you thtnkl Mrs Gene Norma Gerlach ii i ITIIO I C4 His dominant role is reflectec in the provision that anEcurhen cal Council is suspended auto matically on the death of the Pope who convened it The new Pope can leave it suspended or recon vene it The prospect in the easeef pro longed illness is that the Vatican administrative agencies will con inue to handle current affairs eaving major problems in abey ance In an interregnum between the death of one Pope and the elec ion of another such a situation also exists The cardinals have an even more prominent role and the cen tral figure is not the secretary ol the cardinal chamber ain Benedetto Aloisi Masella In the period of interregnum al cardinals present in Rome wil meet daily to handle routine busi ness The chamberlain will serve as a sort of interim administrator the submission of a desegregation plan Despite clear evidence of a seg regaled school system Lynne saic Supt Theo RWright and board members had assured him the stood ready to comply with th aw This court will not sanction discrimination by them in the name of the placement law but it is unwilling to grant injunctive relief good faith has been tested Lynne held Relying on decisions of the 4t US Circuit Court of Appeals up holding a similar North Carolina aw Lynne held that the Ala bama statute must be tested It las been upheld on its face by the JS Supreme Court which warned it could be unconstitution ally applied Judges of the 5th Circuit which ncludes Alabama have never considered the Alabama law Lynne said He said the initiative in integra tion lies with the pupil not school authorities The uncontroverted evidence Lynne said was that no Negro child has sought transfer to a white school and pursued the remedies afforded by such stat ute Lynne said his course had been staked out by a 1958 decision of a ederal judge panel which held the aw furnishes the legal machin ery for an orderly administration of the public schools in a consti utional manner by the admission of qualified pupils upon a basis of individual merit without regard to their race or color Originally aimed at preserving segregation the law was drafted by former Lt Gov Albert Bout well now mayor of Birmingham Tension apparent in Jackson parley 1 a of the new liquor bill St Ansgar I really dont Teachers on strike at Gary GARY Ind 1200 member Gary teachers union struck the citys 42 public schools Tuesday but the systems 45000 jupils remained in the classrooms or abbreviated sessions Supt Alderi Blankenship said picket lines were at most schools but about 300 other teachers crossed them to report to their Howard Long Thornton it much about it If I do any drink al l bcllev consumption any There wont more drinking than there ever was r vice versa Marlene Boerjan Iowa City here for the Iowa Letter Car Not less than 15 days after Popes death and not more tha 18 the cardinals must meet in se cret conclave to elect a pontiff The next conclave will nwet un der rules revised by John last month before he became seriously ill jobs The union set the strike after failing to win recognition from the school board as a bargaining agent The union originally had set the strike for Monday but postponed it 24 hours after Mayor John S Vis closky demanded that the five school board members resign or JACKSON Miss The 13 son kept an uneasy watch Tuesday Thompson on a racial situation which both sides feared might spawn dem onstration attempts and possibly violence Involved exchanges of state ments and one meeting have pro duced agreement on only one point That Jackson would be the next Southern city to experience a concerted effort to win racial concessions The big question is what the ef ort will involve and when it will come The answer could be dis closed Tuesday night at a mass meeting of Negroes City officials and 17 Negro lead ers who had been invited by May or Allen Thompson met Monday to discuss concessions sought by the Negroes The conference apparently pro duced nothing Thirteen Negroe left after presenting their goal and without any discussion left abruptly asked Negro when editor Percy Greene to express his views Greene and three other Ne groes did not endorse the list of integration goals Observers saw little chance for compromise because the issues involved are so basic they could be resolved only by one side apitulating Negro leaders backed by the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People called for desegregation in sev era areas The Rev E A Mays spokesman for the majority of 13 said his group wanted the city to hire Negro policemen remove segregation signs from public buildings upgrade salaries of Ne gro employes form a biracial committee and desegregate eat ing places and public facilities on a vol untary basis Thompson backed by most of the white community of Jackson said he had no moral or legal right to bargain away the of business men of either race This sought after increased domestic sugar production is al ready evident in Iowa and Min nesota figures reveal Since the governments acre age restrictions were lifted from Although the relative strength of the Italian group issmaller than it has been in centuries it is like ly that the next Pope will be Ital ian There has not been a non Italian pontiff since the butch born Adrian VI elected in 1522 recognize the union The state labor commissioner Hobart L Butler was sent to Gary by Gov Matthew E Welsh in an effort to settle the dispute On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 7 Sports News 10 Comics H North Iowa IS Society News 141718 Farm News Mason City News 7021 Latest Markets 21 Classified Pages 2223 No interest shown in plans for JFK to escort Negro WASHINGTON AP A pro posal by some Negroes that Pres identKennedy personally escort two Negro students into the Uni versity of Alabama next month has attracted little interest at the White House Officially administration spokes men declined to say anything Tuesday about such suggestions Long E rick von Mrs Gerlach Mrs Boerjan Martin Erickson Lester convention Im very lei I think its OK I thinkpleased it went through I think Speaks to letter carriers flUt ILllUMO sugar beet producers in the theyll sell more I un j w I n vi j1 tVtAir fToMintT Tin nf Southern MinnesoCaNorth Iowa area in 1960 the number of acres of beets has increased from 16685 in 1960 to an expect ed 46000 acres this year In five North Iowa counties the number of acres of beets signed last early spring to be sold to the American Crystal Sugar Co plant at Mason City this year is 2667 This is more lerstand they are getting rid of iquor books A lot of people didnt like them They went to different states to get their liq quor Mrs Clem Hebcl rural route 2 Mason City I imagine it will be all right If they buy it by the bottle they feel they have to drink it all It will be better this way we can use the revenue Grace Sorkilmoc 1634 4lh SW I actually havent thought much about it I think its probably a good thing for the state It should create some employment and bring in more money As far as the moral is sue goes I dont have an opin on on that M S Newburg Mason City than 600 acres more than the plant got from the area last year The Mason City plant is plan ning a 140day processing run this year That compares with the 102day run last year which was the previous high in the 46 year history of the plant In I960 the local plant proc essed 94178 tons of beets Last year the plant processed more than 204000 tons The sugar ex tracted from the beets last year totaled 55130000 pounds com pared with 31000000 pounds in I960 police captain There are pros Wednesday scattered thunCarriers Assn convention The dershowers likely northwest threeday meeting ended Tues highs in the 70s Further outday at the Hotel Hanford look Mostly fair and mildj congress will be called upon the senator said to fund both Mrs Hebel Brunner North Iowa Mostly cloudy and a little cooler Tuesday night lows 4652 Partly cloudy and a little warmer highs in low 70s Miller warns shortage may develop in retirement funds If no new funds are appropri thc mcnt fund will become bank rupt by 1980 US Senator Jack Iowa Partly cloudy and cooler Miller Sioux City said Tues Tuesday night lows 4550 day He addressed the state Partly cloudy and warmer convention of the Iowa Letter as named president during the See picture en P lection Tuesday morning econ uesay mornn t the carrjer doesnt have erved as vice president last to carry it all day wnen nc cant ear Other new officers arc Glen Blake Sioux City vice ent Peter Altos Mason City Thursday j me reuremeni iunu me ou Partly cloudsand a und Discussion thc fundShortage preceded g h t Qf sible pay raisc fo C C Brunncr PO Box 196 Mason City Nothing doing for licuor They ought to quit sell ing it altogether I dont believe in it at all Mrs Sorkilmoe Newburg and cons No comment Its hare to say whether it will be easier to enforce Well have to wai and sec the retirement fund and the So little warm chance of scattered 1 showers highs 6272 GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset letter carriers data You should know abou the he said so 66 someone promises you good re 47 Itirement benefits you can fin 58 out about the funding If Con 58 grcss wants to give you a pa increase it should see that i flatton doesnt lake it away William C Smith Waterloo ported for a national office H is the national delegate to thc AFLCIO convention Letter I carriers also would like to have all COD mail delivered by truck the carrier doesnt have sometimes official silence at the Vhite House cloaks maneuvering In this case how ver there seems to be no evi ence to indicate that the sugges ion was receiving serious con ideration The idea has been broached publicly by the Rev Martin Lu her King a leader of the deseg regation movement and private y by some members of a Negro roup that met Friday with Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy in New York The President is known to deeply concerned about the pos sibility of an integration crisis in June at the University of Ala bama However he said at his news conference last Wednesday that he believes questions of this kind should be dealt with through thc courts with stale and local officials maintaining law and or der deliver thc item new members were executive board ecretary Frank Mandicino Jr They are Ralph Witt Des Sioux City treasurer and SidMoines named to District 5 ncy Ness Underwood rural diand Duane Meier Sioux City rector Smith also was named District 8 delegateatlargc for the coming Executive board members Vcar who were reelected are EC Resolutions passed Monday Beardsley Burlington Distric afternoon and Tuesday Patrick Flynn Clinton Dis that the postal department proUriel 2 Chuck Thurston Cedar mote outstanding carriers to suFalls District 3 Jack Stacblcr pervisory positions or to postottumwa District 4 Georg master positions Porter Fort Dodge District 6 Another asked that Mason and Leo Cash Council Bluffs Cityan James Gricbling be suplDistrict 7 The President said nothinf indicate he was contemplating personal involvement beyond what he described as his obliga tion to enforce federal court or ers even when this requires the use of federal troop and mar hals US Dist Judge H Hobart Grooms has ordered two Negroes admitted on June 10 to the Uni versity of at the main campus at Tuscaloosa and one at the schools HuntsviUe sranch Alabama Gov George C Wal lace an outspoken segregationist took the judges order as the oc casion for repeating a pledge per sonally to bar the Negroes 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