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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Pope John given last rites of church The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 31 1963 COc a copyJTbis Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One Associated Press and United Presi International Full Wires No 96 The Thresher is located Death toll goes over thousand DACCA Pakistan of ficial death count from a cy clone which struck the Chitla gong coastal area in East Pak istan on Tuesday rose Friday to more than 1000 Officials said they were still receiving reports from the area which has been virtually cut off since the cyclone or hurricane struck Food clothing and other sup plies are being rushed to the area by helicopter Delta islands north and south of Chittagong East Pakistans main port were swept by wind and waves reports indicated The governor ot East Pakisl tan was quoted as saying the situation Vas as grim as in 1960 swhen two cyclones swept the same region within three weeks killing 14000 persons Reports reaching Dacca said that in some places 100 per cent of the mud houses had been de stroyed and thousands of head of cattle killed The 162mileanhour wind re corded at Chittagong City blew away part of the building hous ing the weather bureau About 1600 small boats were reported capsized in the River Karnafuli near Chittagong Two oceangoing ships were reported run aground and three others damaged in the nearby port where docks were ripped up ships torn from their moorings and a number of barges sunk Two railway stations between Chittagong and Ftni were re ported blown away An eyewitness arriving from Chittgong City said he saw heaps of dead bodies in Ku mira It was the fifth cyclone and tidal wave in East Pakistan in three years To recommend keeping Iowas unmarked cars DES MOINES AP Stale Safety Commissioner Carl Pesch said Friday he will recommend that his successor keep unmarked Highway Patrol cars on the roads Pcsch who will be replaced July 1 by Robert Sueppcl of Iowa City said he believes the un marked cars are serving their purpose although the highway death toll this year s consider ably higher than a year ago The commissioner placed 75 un marked patrol cars on the high ways last December This isnt a magic solution Pesch said I have never said unmarked patrol cars would pro vide a miraculous answer to the problem of traffic fatalities SAME Skfety Department Flif Tnttia Dtalk YOUNG WANDERER Little Elaine isnt too sure she understands what its all about as she is carried to safety after being lost in the woods for 8 hours on Memorial Day She was found sitting on a boulder near a river where the roar of a heli copter overhead woke her up She is being carried to safety by Charles Damour of Henniker N H one of over 100 persons who took part in the search Pictures show the wreckage PORTSMOUTH NH AP Searchers have photographed wreckage lying on the ocean floor some 8400 feet below the surface and have identified it as the hull diving plane and sail area of the nuclear submarine Thresher Thresher sank April 10 during a deep sea test dive with 129 men aboard The photographs taken by the research vessel Conrad were en route Friday to Boston They will then be flown to the Navy Court of Inquiry at Portsmouth NH The court is investigating the sea disaster which occurred some 220 miles east of Boston The bathyscaphe Trieste standing by in Boston the Navy said and will proceed to the scene if the Court of Inquiry decides more photographs are needed Dr J Lamar Worzel assistant director of the Lament Geological Observatory whose researchers photographed the wreckage Thurs day said the pictures were def nitely of tire sunken submarine Vice Adm Elton W Grenfell commander of the US Atlantic leet Submarine Force in Norfolk Va said the photographs ap peared to be definitely correlated with the missing submarine Experts have said that if the Thresher did sink to a depth of 400 feet she could not possibly lave survived Water pressure at hat level would be 3730 pounds er square inch compared with the sealevel pressure of 32 pounds The Trieste is constructed so hat it can descend far deeper han 8000 feet with men and cameras aboardand withstand the pressure Conrad and other search vessels have obtained their photo graphs with underwater camera systems lowered by cable nearly a mile and a half below the waters surface Back reduction in JFKs 64 budget WASHINGTON group of critical lending businessmen organized program Say the end is near Bulletin VATICAN CITY m Pope John XXIII lapsed into un consciousness Friday night1 and high prelate said the pontiff was failing rapidly VATICAN CITY UPI Pope John XXIIIs life ebbed away Friday and he was given the Roman Catholic churchs ast rites for the dying Pope John himself seemed to i auiiu mmseu seemed to A sense that the end was near as LASr PICTURE This is the last Vatican the fiifhful nf he requested the administprintr known u cture of YVTTT ine Ot the Sanctu nc1 me cuu was near as AIMS JH me last he requested the administering known picture of Pope John XXIII be of the rite of Extreme Unction fore his illness He is shown Saturday the final annomUng with oils of as he recorded a radio message at the catholics before death of the Popes doctors Piero Mazzoni of Rome was quoted as laying It can be a matter of of days That pronouncement was re ayed to newsmen by Raimondo ManzinI director of the Vatican newspaper LOsservatore Ro mano after an afternoon visit to he sickroom Manzini was in ears The grave Pope is grave very the Vatican radio an CHANCE of RAIN of Piekai7 near Catowice Poland I he message is customarily sent on the last Sunday of May each year new crisis is nounced The most grave The 81yearold spiritual ruler of the worlds 500 million Roman latholics who had appeared to be making a strong comeback from a near fatal crisis Tuesday was reported failing rapidly It was a situation that he has regarded serenely Dont worry too much abou me he told his chief physician Prof Antonio Gasbarrini on Gas barrinis departure Thursday foi Photofax This is a current sketch of Pope John XXIII by AP artist John Carlton his home in Bologna The hags are packed and I am ready in fact very rcady to go Gasbarrirti was recalled from an an vessels have steadily circled officers 96 enlisted men and 17 civilian technicians The Thresher was commissioned at Portsmouth Shipyard in 1961 She was considered the most nodern of lhe nuclear attack sub Tiarinos She had left that port April 9 balance of payments after a complete overhaul last month to whip up support for a big tax cut this year said Thursday that a reduction in President Kennedys 1964 budget practica is reasonable ble Furthermore the committee of industrialists and financiers headed by Henry Ford II said it foresees no situation which would necessarily require the With the stimulus of con structive acrosstheboard tax cut together with thoughtful control of federal expenditures it will be possible to achieve the desirable goals of higher employment increased income and a balanced budget it said The group did not say how much it believes the hudget for 1964 should be cut The struck The navy indicated that pictures of the Thresher on the bottom of the ocean would not be released to news media before Saturday ji j A C LI1U 1 dflULUU Uli LUL 1965 and 1966 budgets to said it docs not advocate a crease over that proposed for 1964 We have had large progres sive increases in recent years it said and there is no justi fication for a continuation of that upward trend The committee which calls it self the Business Committee for Tax Reduction in 1963 stressed that control of current and fu ture government expenditures is needed to restore the nations confidence in its own fiscal af fairs reassure foreign crali budget reduction equal to the tax cut it has rec ommended The committees statement said control of government ex penditures is vital and can be accomplished only by the co operation of Congress and the administration When the group organ ized a month ago it received the blessing of the White House and the Treasury Department which are trying lo rally as much support in lhe business 11 i 11 l 111 tors and assist in solving thejworld as possible next morning disaster On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake News 5 Society News Mason City News Latest Markets 9 Sports News H12 Television News 1314 North Iowa News IS Transit Timetable 18 Classified Pages GOT TOO FAT PROVIDENCE R I Bnmo is washed up as a circus performer at the ripe old age of 5 The bear got too hig for his act He was supposed to slide down a chute but he got stuck on Fiveday Iowa The Iowa fiveday weather forecast for the pe riod ending Wednesday calls for temperatures to average 3 to 6 degrees above norma minor daytoday Highest readings inc segment of Crcston and border lhe Pope suf fered a new outbreak of internal bleeding provoked by an internal stomach growth which had trou bled him for a year So far vague ly defined it could be a bcnigh tumor a cancer or an overgrowth of normal tissue To all members of the Vatican staff the word went out Pray V11 Cardinals rushed to the June Only a few were admitted to the apartment where the Pope lay on a cast iron bed Among those admitted were Archbishop Angelo DcllAcqua substitute secretary of slate Gus tavo Cardinal Cento of he Vati can Curia and Raimondo Manzini director of LOsservatore Romano the Vatican newspaper There was no word of the doc tors there Presumably the Pones Roman doctor Piero Mazzoni was in the room He had been sleeping in the palace for more than a week It was a dramatic turn in the illness of the pontiff This morning the Vatican had said the Pope was continuing to rally The press office said he spent a tranquil night Prelates were looking ahead lo the Pope resuming activity Suddenly came the crisis thai lus doctors had crisis at a lime when he was slill weak from lhe last one with only changes ow normally are from 75 degrees in the north to SO in the south Lows normally range from 53 to 58 Rainfall wil average 50 to 75 inch oc curring as occasional shower or thundershowers throughou the period North Iowa Partly cloudy wit scattered showers or thunder storms through Saturday A little warmer Friday night lows near 60 Highs Saturday 8085 owar Partly cloudy with scat tered showers and occasional thunderstorms through Satur day Lows Friday night CO65 Highs Saturday 8085 Further outlook Partly cloudy and mild with scattered afternoon or evening showers or thun derstorms Sunday Minnesota Variable cloudiness through Saturday with occa sional showers and thunder storms mostly in afternoon Cooler north Saturday highs 7588 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum go Minimum 59 At 8 a m 70 Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 7i Railroad can cut service DES MOINES Iowa Commerce Commission Friday authorized the Burlington Rail road to curtail service on its Creston lo St Joseph Mo branch Mi Tallahassee incident 257 Negroes are arrested TALLAHASSEE Fla AP Authorities used tear gas to stal one march by Negroes and ar 257 during Thursday the lOth straight day of antisegrega Uon demonstrations in Florida capital city Most of those arrested are stu dents at Florida Negro University and 220 of them wer ordered before State Judge Be Willis Friday to answer contemp of court charges The other 37 are to appeal City Court Monday to face charge of unlawful assembly There was no violence during wwi im nc marches aimed at novie theaters A scries of sitin cmonstrations some time ago esullcd in the quiet deseggrcga on of lunch counters in the usincss district The mass arrests in Tallahassee roviclccl the major development n the racial front Thursday but nliscgregation activity was pop ing in many points across the ation In Tallahassee the 220 jailed by ounty officers were part of a first notest before a theater An hour ater city police broke up a sec nd march of approximately 200 Negroes and arrested 37 on charges of unlawful assembly The police used two tear gas xmibs and a determined line to turn back the second group The 37 arrested refused to leave the churchyard where they had taken Vefuge from the tear gas Circuit Judge WiHJs Thursday ordered that the protests be halt ed until after a hearing Monday ollowing acomplaint by Les Pen leton a theater manager Pen Jefon charged the demonstra ons were hurting his business Two hours after he judges rul g at 6 pm 220 Negroes as mbled before the heater in a quiet demonstration the 10th in 10 days Some carried picket signs urging desegregation Across the street more than 100 white persons gathered Dozens of law enforcement of ficers watched both groups if Some reports of racial progress JACKSON Miss APIPolice Pierce denied that any of the rrcstccl 27 demonstrators here more than 800 teenagers were although they hursday including an integrated beaten although they threw roup of 14 who knelt on lie post rocks at policemen injuring one fficc sterjs to pray for racial slightly steps to pray and progress Pupils at a Negro higli school pent the afternoon chanting nt building contractors involved freedom songs but ons in downtown Jackson were catlercd quiet and brief The NAACP accused police of nilalily but Detective Chief MB The change would occur during the mouths of Mirch April May the the involve the line between IowaMissouri Mondays and northbound on The trains affected arc Nos 84 and 85 The railroad proposed that instead of Ihrce roumltrips per week it operate the trains southbound on Thursdays ant Tuesdays and Fridays The scheduled turnaround Cres ton to Maryvillc Mo and return on Wednesdays will not be changed except when Wednesday falls on a legal holiday Then no train will be operated The commission said no objec tions were filed to the railroads proposal MCCARTHY DIES WILKESBARRE Pa UPI Donnis J McCarthy 68 re tired dairy industry executive was stricken with a fatal heart attack Thursday while marching in a Memorial Day parade here FAVORITE Photofax DAUGHTER Rosalie Bowman 18 of Mount Vcrnon has been named Iowas Favorite Farmers Daughter in the sixth annual contest sponsored by the WMT stations and the Iowa Electric Light and Power Co She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Bowman who farm 240 acres north of Mount Vcrnon The Philadelphia School Board in a northern racial dispute offer ed to put five qualified Negroes to work on a school construction job if the NAACP will halt picketing of the project Picketing has been staged since last Friday in support of demands for more jobs for Negroes In sev eral clashes w policemen and five Negroes have been injured City officials in Memphis Tenn announced that all public recrea tional facilities except swimming and wading pools will be desegre gated immediately The pools will remain closed for the time being they said The aclion came three days after the US Supreme Court knocked out the citys 10year de segregation plan Vice President Lyndon B John KOR said in a Memorial Day speech at Gettysburg Pa that all Americans white and should lead the way through This moment of challenge and deci sion on racial problems More than 1500 Negroes staged an orderly demonstration at a Chi cago cemetery where 6000 Con federate soldiers are buried pro testing the cemeterys alleged re fusal to cremate the body of a Negro woman Officials at the cemetery where Memorial Day ceremonies were under way at the same time as the Negro demonstrations called the matter a misunderstanding and said a meeting has been ar ranged with Negro leaders to try to resolve it   

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