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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 1, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Pope puts up gallant fight VATICAN CITY W Pope John XXIII resisted death again Saturday regaining his senses a second time after sinking into unconsciousness The Vatican press office said he recovered con sciousness at pm almost four hours after Vatican radio said he could die at any moment Pictures were not Thresher Despite the astonishing duel with death being fought by the pontiffs sturdy heart his doctor had said earlier I doubt if he can live until this eve ning The Vatican radio quoted doc tors as saying Short of a miracle he could be expected to die at any mo ment WASHINGTON Navy said Saturday that wreckage The broadcast implored Roman Catholics of the world to pray fo the pontiff 81 The supreme spiritual ruler of which it previously believed asjthe worWs nafbiuion catholics that of the sunken Thresher now was described as serene in his cannot be definitely identified moments of consciousness early as that of the lost ship the dayready for the death taken by underwater cameras on Thursday failed to confirm the The pontiff lapsed into a coma belief that they showed the sunpate Friday night then came wt ken Thresher down in 8400 feet of long enough to bless the of water 220 miles east of Cape Irving prelates and close rela Cod tives at his bedside and even to talk with some of those around pictures taken by the him recognizing them individual research vessel Conrad Friday the Navy said the photo graphs appeared to show the sail The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASOhWCITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 1 W3 UOc a Paper Consuls of Two Seel Associated Press United PreM Intelnational Full No Liquor snags are reported se ttled Insurance Then the Pope slipped back into coma Hemorrhages from a stom one of the diving planes and the h hd weakened him hull of the Thresher with a nip1 peritonitiSi inflammation ture in the hull i the abdomen struck nim DOC The photographs taken by the tors sajd brief rallies were no Conrad the Navy said were Unusual in such cases rushed to Washington by air last monsignori the Rt mght and subjected to exhaustive who gaw the w examination by Navy experts Ale wag consdous earl hough some objects m the pic said toM him lm tures remain unidentified none seem revived could be identified as being of any part of the Thresher He said the Pope replied have been able to follow my deal 4m 4 i The Navy task group conduct b st Now T y ing the search is continuing ef forts to locate the Thresher hulk Few had expected the The research ship Gillis will goin provision bypassed DES MOINES suspect ed barrier to the sale of liquor by ithe drink in Iowa apparently has ibeen bypassed by the State Insur Commission Officials of the two departments Photofax FIRST CATCH Mike Hansen age 5 caught his first fish while on vacation in Yakima Wash and proof of his ability is this 20 inch 4 pound rainbow Mike is the son of Mr arid Mrs Jack L Hansen Long Beach Calif He is going to freeze the fish and take i m te able to purcnase insuri it back to California to show Grandpaw to cover their liability for1 damages under dram shop provi Isions of the states liquor laws said Saturday that bar owners arrive in1 the area of prime inter est some 220 miles east of Bos ton and will commence taking bottom photographs with a closed circuit television camera specially developed for deep submergence operations The pictures taken by the Con rad were before a Navy Court of Inquiry in Portsmouth NH Saturday It has been seeking answers to the disaster which claimed 129 lives Fallout increase to come WASHINGTON AP Largely because of last years Soviet nu clear tests there will be an in crease in fallout this year But the exposure to Americans in still Pope would live into the new day Min ute by minute then hour by hour the bulletins from the Vatican ra dio and press office had prepared the waiting Roman Catholic world for the news of his death Ferdinando Cardinal Centowho recited prayers for the dying at the pontiffs bedside Friday said he heard Pope John murmurer then I wish to be taken away so I can be with Christ The pontiffs heart amazed his doctors but one of them Piero Mazzoni said I doubt if he can live until this evening The Pope was breathing regu larly but slowly and with diffi culty His temperature rose to 004 degrees the Vatican said But his stout heart still beat reg ularly Pope John passed the night on the threshold of death with his brothers and a sister at his bed side The Vatican radio told of the Walter death saddens JFK WASHINGTON AP Rep Francis E Walter 69 chairman of the House Committee on Un There had been speculation that bar owners would be unable to buy such insurance because of an old law which provided that they could be sued for punitive as well as actual damages caused by in toxicated persons to whom they served liquor The cost of such insurance Walter who was elected to a would have been prohibitive and 16th consecutive term last Nov 6Uhere was doubt whether it would had been confined to Georgetown American Activities died Friday University Hospital for several after servingin the House longer weeks His death was attributed to than any Peimsyfrania Democrat CHANCE of RAIN North Iowa Considerable cloudi ness with a few showers Sat urday Partly cloudy and mile Sunday Low Saturday 55 to 60 High Sunday 75 to 80 Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday Popes confrontation with and Sunday Not much chang leukemia cancer of the blood President Kennedy said in a statement I am saddened to hear of the death of Congressman Francis E Walter When I saw him on my recent visit to the hospital he was facing the future with the same faith and courage he had shown throughout his life He will be really missed in the House of Representatives and all his friends mourn his passing Jack Yohe an aide to the con gressman said Walter had been n a coma most of Friday His physician Dr Darrell C Grain announced on May 22 that tests showed Walter was suffering from leukemia Walters death and the death have been legal to buy insurance to cover punitive damage However interpretation now of the old dram shop law is that bar owners may be sued for punitive damages only when they I sell liquor illegally said William Timmons state missioner insurance com He said more than once We are suffering but suffering with love Many times during his early morning consciousness the radio 0 earlier this year of Rep Clyde temperatures Low SaturTAvlo llfc PA in juuw day 55 to 62 High Sunday 75 too small to cause concern and said the Pope repeated the in a change in the national diet This report was made Friday by the Federal Radiation Council a government group that surveys available radiation data The fallout radiation an Ameri can will take in over 30 years is equivalent to onethirtieth the amount hell get from natural radiation in the soil rocks and building materials the report There will probably bar an in vocation Jesus Jesus The Vatican radio repeatedly re ported as did prelates coming from the Popes apartment that ic was serene and calm in the iroes of death He was suffering pain to 82 Monday partly cloudy and mild with a chance of a few afternoon or evening show ers or thunderstorms Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday crease in strontium 90 dosage to increase that will deliver to new bone formed this year radiation equal to onefourth the natural background radiation But even that should drop in succeeding years as exposure to strontium 90 lessens and there i a turnover in the normal growing processes of bone Strontium 90 intake is believed to be a cause of bone cancer and leukemia cancer of the blood The fallout figures the cpunc taid are far short of figures which would cause concern but spokesmen were hard put to say Tallahassee Negroes win court protection TALLAHASSEE Fla ahassee Negroes have won court protection for regulatet picketing of the citys white movie theaters in what their at torney called a sweeping cour victory over segregation As a result the delighted Ne groes called off a scheduled 12tl mass demonstration before th citys twowhite theaters In stead they met Friday on th campus of Florida Univer sity a Negro school wher they mapped plans for a law suit opening the theaters to al puts Rep Edwin Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset fEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 59 67 67 46 E Willis DLa in line to become chairman of the UnAmerican Ac tivities Committee The House lineup now becomes 276 Democrats and 177 Republi cans with two vacancies Walter whose home was in Eas ton in eastern Pennsylvania was coauthor of the controversial Mc CarranWalter immigration act He ranked eighth in seniority in the House and second on the Ju diciary Committee He was re elected this year as Democratic Caucus chairman and was chair man also of the Democratic Pa tronage Committee in the House So we will require insurance policies to be broad enough to cover any damages to which hold ers of liquor licenses could be le gally liable and it will be up to the courts to interpret the liabili ty The law passed by the 1963 leg islature legalizing the sale of liq uor by the drink on July 4 in eludes a provision requiring ba owners to have liability insurance to protect them from damag claims brought under the dram shop provisions The new law also jrovides that bar owners can be ued for actual damages causec by intoxicated persons to whom hey sell liquor Homer Adcock chairman of the Liquor Control Commission said lis department will have ready jy Tuesday rules and regulations on the amount of insurance bar owners must have to cover suits or damages Companies interested in provid ing such insurance then must sub mit their proposed policies to the Insurance Department which will decide if the rates are fair and the policies provide the required coverage This probably will take around CLUB DEMONSTRATOR Police in Jackson Miss club Negro Willie Lud Pholofax rest in Jackson during massive demon stration Ludden carried a sign and den Jr of Atlanta after he resisted ar American flag in the march Bulletin DACCA Pakistan Pakistani armed forces sought to contact isolated offshore islands Saturday to set up emergency relief for the sur vivors of this weeks devastat ing cyclone Local newspapers said as many as 50000 may have perished in the tidal wave which swept over the 500 islands in the area May ask Congress to speed up its racial legislation a month Timmons said which would mean the hassle over in surance could be completed by the time the liquor law goes into effect July 4 Adcock said that the latest in terpretation of the old dram shop law will speed things up WASHINGTON Ken nedy administration is expected lo askCongress next week for new legislation lo speed deseg regation of schools and public accommodations The twobill package coupled with voluntary removal of racial just what the figures of concern EarHer demonstrations resultc would be jn tne arrests of more than 200 Negroes Other plans included contin uous picketing of the two the aters Saturday and Sunday Dur ing the picketing Negro stu dents planned to try to buy tickets but Negro leaders said they would leave peacefully if refused SAME DATEmiUt i M MISS HAMILTON DIES WASHINGTON UPI Hamilton 95yearold author ofj The Greek Way and other classical studies died at her home Friday night Hughes calls government outmoded DES MOINES Har old Hughes said Saturday that al though he is hampered by our outmoded state government struc ture he plans to do all he can to get things done in Iowa There is much that a governor can do to better the state govcrn icnt the stales economy and ic states social conditions in the eriod between the legislative ses ons the governor said in a pecch prepared for broadcast on e Tall Corn radio network Our governmental machinery s so clumsy disjointed and anti uated it would not be tolerated AP Photofnx CROWD KEEPS VIGIL Crowd jams St Peters Vatican City as the Pontiff neared death Note lights Square looking at the windows of Pope Johns apart on in the Vatican apartment ment upper left on top floor of Apostolic Palace in or a moment in private busi icss Hughes said But a governor with ideals Courage and determination can ct things done even with this ystcm Hughes said his major goals ncludc Enforcement of the new liquor aws programs for care and re habilitation of alcoholics a study of the rehabilitation of prisoners and a review of the parole sys tern a study of the problems ere atcd by increasing urbanization and establishment of commission lo implement civil rights and t study the problems faced by work ing women in tht state barriers ty some southern busi nessmen is designed to case nations integration crisis Prime consideration it was learned is being given to a public accommodations bill that would prohibit racial discrimi nation by businesses involved in interstate commerce The hope is that such a meas ure may alleviate tensions aris ing from sitin demonstrations at department store lunch counters Small restaurants which do not receive food or goods from other states pre sumably would not be affected lowcvcr virtually all do The school legislation reported mdcr consideration would be designed to implement the 1955 Supreme Court order that pub ic schools be desegregated with all deliberate speed The bill would leave the door open for local officials to set up specific timetables to effect de segregation under the guidance of federal authorities Where this is not done federal authorities would be empowered to set a timetable on their own subject to court review Should local officials refuse to meet it they would face federal prosecu on Congressional sources said Friday Atty Gen Robert F Cenncdy will present the new egislalion Thursday in a public icaring before the House Judici ary Committee But administration sources said such timing is not definite and it is undertsood nodecision has been made on whether school and public accommoda tions proposals should be sentcd to Congress by the attor ney general or in a special idential message   

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