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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Many ponder at his identity Wont forget the Unknown Soldier on Memorial Day WASHINGTON UP Sometimes a woman will murmur at the Tomb I have someone who never came back from the war Sometimes a mother will whisper that she had a boy who went away to World War II and was never trying to think that may be that is my boy Sometimes a widow will write to the Aimy Is it possible that the Unknown there in Arling ton could be my husband Its possible No one knows who are the three nameless dead lying in honor at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Ceme tery just across the Potomac from the nations capital Presidents kings queens mothers and awe struck Cub Scouts have placed wreaths there Thursday on Memorial Day more will come as they do each year in hushed memory of the dead The Unknowns represent the 480000 U S soldiers sailors Marines and Airmen who died in military service to their country in World Wars I and II and in the Korean conflict They come frorn the silent legion of 11000 who died and could not be identified The first Unknown Soldier was entombed m ceremonial honor Nov 11 1921 to the memory of all those Americans who died in the first World War From among the 1600 unknown dead of that war four caskets had been brought from four cemeteries in France to ChalonssurMarne France There Sgt Edward F Younger passed three times around the caskets then put a bou quet of flowers on one For 37 years the Unknown Soldier slept alone Then on Memorial Day 1958 by order of Con gress the Unknowns of World War II and Korea were buried beside him in simple ceremonies North1 Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The newspaper that makes all North lowanT neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wirei MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1943 10c a Paper Consists of Two One No 94 Violence in Mississippi 9 t JACKSON Miss keroition for the Advancement of Co sene bomb was thrown into the ored People said the bomb dam carport of a Negro leader at midaged his station wagon but tha night after he predicted renewed nothing caught fire integration activities Wednesday Evers wife and their three chi Medgar Evers state field secdrcn Were at home Evers wa retary for the National an NAACP meeting Mrs Evers said she heard an auto pass by just before the kero senefilled beer bottle was thrown Evers had said he expected Ne groes would go to the city park and possibly to lunch counters Wednesday after Mayor Allen Thompson and Negro leaders dis agreed over terms of a racial ac cord Jacksons first violence broke out Tuesday at a variety store Pope is slightly improved VATICAN CITY Wl Pope lunch counter where four Negroes John XXIII rallying from a criand a white teacher staged a sit sis that brought him near death hn demonstration A group of was reported slightly improved whites gathered around One Ne Sugar bubble bursts Leaders cut back on price NEW YORK AP What a Agriculture Department officia tiad termed a speculative bubb in sugar prices has apparentl after spending Wednesday good night But from the report by Vat ican authorities it was clear algro was kicked and beaten sav agely Shortly after the demonstration ican aunKjjinits n began Negro leaders met with that improvement was only in Thompson in a closed session The relation to the crisis the 81year1 old Roman Catholic ruler suf fered Tuesday Rev G R Haughton told an A massive then enabled blood h i m transfusion to survive hemorrhaging caused by an ab normal stomach growth that has bothered him for a year His condition is still grave and his Romanphysician Dr Piero Mazzoni was with him throughout the night It was his eighth straight night in the apostolic palace After the Popes harrowing day the word from inside the Vatican was Only a miracle can save him Vatican authorities said the Pope appeared rested this morn ing His NAACP meeting Tuesday night that the mayor had agreed to meet several of their goals The mayor however said he had agreed to only two of them Thompson said he would hire Ne groes for policemen and school burst The nations two leading refin American Sugar Co and Na tional rolled back a part of the 1963 rise in prices A Gulf firm Southdown Inc in New Orleans La earlier lad reduced the price Other refiners were expected to ollow soon The price reductions were the irst in the wholesale price of in crossing guards but that he would not do that now because his statements had been misrep resented In addition to the of Ne groes for police and crossing guards the Negro leaders had asked the removal of segregation signs on public buildings upgrad ing of Negro city employes forma tion of a biracial committee anc desegregation of schools eatin dustrial grades of sugar since October 1961 The last time whole sale prices for grocery grades de clined was Feb 16 1962 and that vas temporary The new Northeast price i550 per 100 pounds off 80 cents The price at the beginning of the year was about The reduction follows a rever sal in the price of raw sugar that set in Thursday The wholesale Hughes sticks to earlier promises DES M01NES Gov Harold Hughes named Robert Barry of Danbury to the State Highway Com mission and Corbin Crawford of Ainsworth to the State Board of Control Wednesday Both will serve under interim appointments start ing July 1 and ending 30 days after the 1965 legislature convenes Hughes had submitted the nominations of Barry and Crawford for confirmation last January but the Senate refused to confirm them It gave no reason for o any person whose regu ar appointment had been turned down by the Senate The law however does not go nto effect until July 4 jecting the two Democrats The legislature passed a w over the Democratic governors veto to ban the granting of interim ap pointments by the governor price cents had risen from about 10 at the first of the year to illness was said to have reached a state where he visibly suffers pain He also has a pros tate condition that might disturb him at night Once shortly after midnight the lights in the Popes apartment were switched on for 15 minutes indicating his was disturbed rest places and public facilities such as parks and libraries A federal judge at Biloxi Miss ordered a Negro Cleve McDowell 21 admitted to the University of Mississippi Law School for the summer semester beginning June 5 US Dist Judge Sidney Mize shed aside a State College Board contention that McDowel should not be admitted because o unrest on the o jloody rioting last fall when James H Meredith became the schools first known Negro stu dent almost 17 cents The price of fivepound bags o sugar in grocery stores also hac risen from about 55 cents to 80 cents in the East Some candies desserts and other sugarusing items ateo advanced in price On the inside OUT OF THE BLUE Landing wheel from Allegheny Airlines lies on Ches ter Pa street after falling from plane bound from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia The was directed to Atlantic City Thototax where it set down on a bed of foam which had been sprayed on the runway Thirtyseven passengers and four crew members walked off the plane appar ently unhurt Liquors legal fight persists North Iowa Partly cloudy with scattered showers Wednesday night and Thursday Warmer Wednesday night lows in up per 40s Highs Thursday 65 north to 70 south Iowa Partly cloudy with scat tered showers Wednesday night and Thursday Warmer Wednesday night lows 4753 Cooler north Thursday highs about 65 north to upper 70s south Further outlook Part ly cloudy and slightly warm er Friday Algona man heads Shaff opposition ALGONA Duane E Dewel Algona weekly newspaper publisher and former state sena tor Wednesday accepted the temporary chairmanship of a movement to organize a stale citizens committee to oppose Editorials 4 Clear Lake 67 Society News 89 Sports News 1M2 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News 1415 Transit Timetable 18 Classified Pages 1819 CAINES DIES NEW YORK H Buck Gaines 61 advertising manager of the New York Daily Jews died Tuesday at Roosevelt DES MOINES UPD for legalized sale of liquorby thedrink in Iowa by July 4 or The old law makes a bar operator or employe liable for both actual and punitive dam ages resulting from the actions dott IVjaUHMio a few days after dimmed patrons who become intoxi 64 escape in crash of plane MANHATTAN Kan tfl Al but six persons aboard escaped injury Tuesday when a char tered four engine airline crashed and burned while lane ng with 64 soldiers and a of six None was seriously bur Rusk sees more Red bomb tests WASHINGTON f State Dean Rusk said Wednes ay the Soviet Union may be plan ing a further round of nuclear veapons tests but that the United Stales does not plan further at mospheric tests in the immediate uture ncsclay as insurance companicsi cated indicated they might not be able Tnc Hospital shortly at work after collapsing write the required dram shop liability coverage for thebars It was indicated it would be at least midJuly before all the problems could be ironed out The problem hinged on the fact the legislature corrected the dram shop provision in the liquor bill but failed to repeal the old law that has been on the books for more than 60 years legislature on the final 1 IIK kjlIClll Thursday chance of widely amendment scattered light showers west Thursday afternoon Highs Thursday 6272 GlobeGazette Weather Data to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 65 Minimum 46 Precipitation Tr Rule US cant sue to integrate schools WKItJ VlUtdia vv Minnesota Mostly fair through the Snaff legislative reapportion ent gmendmcnt The constitutional amendment passed by successive sessions of he legislature comes to a vote of the DISPLAY THE FLAG BIRMINGHAM Ala AP1USJ Dist Judge H Hobart Grooms Wednesday held the Justice De partment does not have the right to sue for integration of Madi son County and Huntsville schools The Justice Department filed A group of citizens from Mason suit in January seeking to into City Waterloo and Cedar schools m federally impact met here Tuesday and askedled areas Dec 3 of Appeals refused to hold that the United States could sue under the 14th Amendment to the Con stitution It did however reaffirm the principle that the United States i not a person under the 14t Amendment he said The action was brought seekin Rusk told a news conference hat he had recently talked over vith the Soviets the possibility o an agreement banning atmospher c tests as has just been pro sosed by a group of senators But he said the Soviet govern ment is reluctant even to talk se riously about test ban problems and the reason may be that the Soviets plan further testing Rusk also argued against sug gestions recently advanced by New York Gov Nelson A Rockc An effort was made to into the Highway Commission appropriation bill a clause which would have prevented payment of any salary to Barry if he were appointed to the commis sion It was knocked out of the bill in the closing days of the legislate session Barry 40 is an automobile dealer He will fill the vacancy created when the term of Robert Keir Spencer Republican ex ires June 30 Crawford 50 a farmer will ucceed Walter I Conway Mus catine Democrat on the Board of Control Conways term ex jires June 30 Salaries of highway commis sioners were raised from Standard Airways of Burifcllcr a Republican party leader bank Calif operator of the thai the United States help its day of the session May 18 amended the dramshop section of the liquor bill to restrict liability to actual damages the attorney gen crals office said Wednesday the old law was stillon the books and it presumably could be in oked rather than the new measure if persons bringing nits chose to do so Representatives of the liquor ontrol commission attorney generals office insurance dc lartment and insurance firms net Wednesday to discuss the iroblcm Charles J Murphy vice presi dent of the La Salle Casualty Co Chicago said it was doubt ful any insurance firm would write coverage for both actual craft a Constellation said undetermined loss of power in one engine caused the crash The plane made a normal ap proach but suddenly fell into a wheat field European allies develop a Euro pean nuclear force He declared that the nuclear military power of the North At lantic Treaty Organization should be indivisible as between Eu rope and the United States Topic Mutual problems Kennedy meets with governors WASHINGTON and White House prc Kennedy who likes to exchange secretary Pierre Salinger says its and punitive damages The insurance department spokesman also said the pro nosed liability policies could not be approved until the liquor commission has set out definite rules and regulations on exact Dewel to head the movement Dewel called a statewide meet ing for pm June 19 in Des Moines to organize a citizens com mittee The meeting place will be announced later Dewel former Republican floor leader in the Senate said the Grooms used as precedent an THURSDAY IS MEMORIAL DAY identical suit filed in Mississippi1 which was dismissed last month I am of the opinion that the United States is without authority to maintain this action and fur ther that the complaint does not state a claim upon which relief lliu avcivii jwfyn rUiCS and Ull to enjoin the school boards fromimjnjmurn coverage required It reaction segregating any dependents of military personnel or civilian em ployes in the public school sys views at a long leisurely luncheon had a batch of Democratic gover nors in Wednesday for a talk on mutual problems No one seems sure what those mutual problems are but Gov Karl Rolvaag of Minnesota pretty well summed up the gubernatorial tem leader in uie j meeting will be open to all Iowanscan be granted Grooms said interested in joining a campaign A similar suit has been filed The government said that such segregation would violate the civil rights of the children in areas in which federal funds are provided for maintenance of the schools was expected that the drafting Reached just as he was leaving Kcacnro USI of such rules would bet delayed hjs fj fflr Wasllinton Uoivaag at least another week liquor commission represent a t i v c s said However the control agency indicated the minimum insurance requirement would be for bodily injury to anyRood guess there will be some talk was asked what he and Kennedy would talk about I dont know Rolvaag said He hasnt told me yet But since nil governors at the luncheon arc Democrats its a to a year and Board of Control members to annually by the 1963 legis lature Hughes who said Barry had agreed to serve without pay if ccessary speculated that Bar ys rejection by the Senate entered on the fact he had been larged with two misdemeanors onnected with thc operation of is auto dealership One of the charges was dis lisscd on appeal to District ourt and he has appealed to ic Supreme Court from a inc on thc other count Both elated to thc registration and iccnsing of a used car tradein he alleged violations were committed by an employe of Jarrys dealership while Barry vas vacationing in Bermuda Under Iowa law thc employer s responsible for the acts of lis employes Barry who said he was willj ing to serve as a highway com missioner without pay if thats what thc governor wants also offered the comment that at least one Republican senator had ambitions to be appointed to thc highway commission that may have been one of the reasons his appointment was rejected Hughes was sharply critical during thc legislative session of the secretary under which the senate debated and voted on confirmation of appointments debate vote should be mads so the appointees the election wncn governor and the public would the President undoubtedly will tryjnow thc rcasons for the Sen for a second tcrrn decisions Minnesota for example Ken The governor speculated that Crawford may have been was just a coincidence that all of the guests arc Democrats It may be just coincidence cmilll mtulull IH too lhat seme of thc states comcnded that the governors were here Wednesday jamj tnc will be critical battlefields in the to urge thc people to reject the against the Shaff plan at the polls and keep systems Mobile Ala school Huntsville is the site of theone person for morcof fcdcralslale frictions and a lot Armys Redstone Arsenal the than one person for propof talk about politics Marshall Space Flight Center and erty damage and for a This is the first of a scncs of familys loss of support luncheons for governors and for ncdy beat his Republican foe ilichard M Nixon by only 22000 votes Holvaag gave an even more dramatic illustration of how even ly thc state is split After months of recounting Rolvaag finally won 91 votes Or lake Illinois Out of 1750000 re jected because he was as sociated several years ago with thc founding and early opera tions of thc National Farmers Organization Since when is it a crime to participate in organizati o n 1 VVI win o votes Kennedy squeaked through activities Hughes asked at the thanks to big Chicago majorities time the Senate rejected Craw by less Hum 9000 votes fords appointment   

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