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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Longfell seems to be having out with the happy OK plan for Iowa f sevenweeksold dachs Hot r sev plane Wont interfere with the Guard DBS MOINES HVThe Iowa Military Department can oper ate and maintain an airplane for the executive department of state government despite word to the contrary Irojn National Guard headquarters in Washing ton Maj Gen Junior Miller ad jutant general of Iowa said Monday Miller appeared before the State Executive Council to an swer questions about the pro posed purchase of a air plane for which funds were ap propriated by the 1963 legisla ture When the plane purchase was first brought up in the council meeting a week ago Gov Har old Hughes read a letter from an Air National Guard officer in Washington saying National Guard personnel could not be used to maintain the plane and that the guard could not pay any cost of operation or main tenance Miller told the council that the bill provides that the airplane is to be assigned to the Iowa Military Department and that it makes no mention of the Na tional Guard Therefore he said rules of the guard do not apply He said the assignment of use of the plane is vested in the Pop VATICAN CITY Vati can press office announced Monday Pope John XXIII is dead The Popes stout heart gave up after a long and dramatic duel with death in which his re sistance confounded all medi cal expectations The 81yearold pontiff called pope of unity and peace had described himself as serenely ready going sweetly toward the end The final illness was caused by a stomach tumor which brought persistent hemorrhag ing and was complicated near the end by peritonitis an inflam mation of the lining of the ab dominal cavity The supreme pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church suc cumbed at pm announcement said Death came to the 261st su State Executive Council HelPreme the worlds rccommended that the gover Cathohcs onlv nine minutes nors office should take control I of an extraordinary of this The plane would funset Mass m St Peters used he said for administeringSquare ldied away Photofax brother in a well earned Supreme Court nips away at racial frictions WASHINGTON Su preme Court struck down two public school transfer plans in Tennessee that allow pupils to switch out of schools where their race is in the minority The plans used in Knoxville and Davidson County were chal The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG HOME EDITION VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 3 1963 lOc a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires No 98 flights of the governor and other state employes Miller said the military de partment has full time employes who are fully qualified to pilot the plane and facilities and per sonnel for maintaining it He estimated the annual cost of operation and maintenance based on 500 hours of flying per year at a year Miller assured the council that the specifications for bids would be so drawn that at least four aircraft manufacturers will be able to bid Professor 28 others die in air crash NEW DELHI India Indian Airlines plane crashed Monday killing all 29 persons aboard including a University of Illinois professor and his family Airline headquarters here said the plane a DC3 Dakota crashed and burned on a flight from Amritsar on the north Indian plains to Srinigar capital of the Himalayan state of Kashmir The US Embassy in New Delhi said passports found in the wreck age as well as the passenger list identified five of the passengers as the family of Associate Prof James Clarence Laverty of Cham paign 111 At least 20000 oLall faiths and nationalities had joined in the square in prayer for the dying Pope An announcer on Vatican Ra dio broadcast the news to the world first in Italian in a calm but sorrowful voice The Pope was stricken a year ago with a stomach tumor that caused hemorrhaging but he con tinued his heavy tasks virtually to the end A grave relapse occurred two weeks ago and he suffered a final crisis last Friday when peri tonitis set in ICiJMiy v i iiuov v tVl JT III Ill iflG terminates the major long history of the Church jperiod until BLESSES CROWD Pope John XXIII blesses a crowd of pilgrims in St Peters Square in Vatican City Rome earlier this year great concern for his fellow Ihe speed of modern transnor of all faiths and his outspoken Station dedication to peace Christian The cardinals in Rome will unity and social justice made himgathcr as quickly as possible to one of the most beloved Popes intake up Ihe interregnum the t r I r i i of his second Vatican Ecumenical Council One of his successors first major decisions His last days were spent in a new pontiff is the viitj J t II Ill OUl fering relieved only when he fellj During the interregnum into coma Crisis had followed carcnnals in Rome meet daily to1 will be whether to continue the crisis and still his astonishing hande church affairs The office o has in recess heart Pumped life through his of secretary of statenormally since Dec 8 and was scheduled veins His fever rose and so didithe mghest Vatican post under the Ieavesun his ratcHe was in what be filled by the sccre Vatican called atrocious tarv of the College of Cardinals PARTLY CLOUDY North awa Partly cloudy con tinued warm and humid through Tuesday Chance of a few thundershowers northwest Monday night lows in mid 60s Highs Tuesday in the 80s Iowa Partly cloudy through Tuesday widely scattered showers and thundershowers mostly south Lows Monday night mid 60s High Tuesday in the 80s Further partly cloudy and continued quite warm Wednesday Minnesota Variable cloudiness with occasional showers ant thunderstorms through Tues day Highs Tuesday 7585 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset Wallace cant bar Negroes BIRMINGHAM Ala eral Dist Judge Seybourn H Lynne withheld Monday an im mediate ruling on the Justice Departments request for an in junction barring Gov George Wallace from interfering with enrollment of Negroes at the University of Alabama next Monday I expect to prepare a writ ten memorandum Lynne said after a 80minute hearing on the Justice Departments pe tition I hope to have the mem orandum not later than 9 am Wednesday Wallace himself was not on hand for the hearing which be gan late Monday morning The governor was in Mont gomery Ala and sent attorneys to represent him The government called only two witnesses two newsmen who were present at a May 21 news conference in which Wal lace threatened to personally bar Negroesfrom the university at Tuscaloosa Two Negroes arc scheduled to start the summer term at the University June 10 I will be present to per sonally bar any Negro Wal lace had said in the news con The strong objections from Wallaces at torneys introduced a tape re cording of the news conference then rested its case Wallaces attorneys did not call any witnesses No one expected the fiery segregationist governor to be iresent for the legal procecd ngs He said on a national elevision program Sunday that ic would send counsel to present his defense of his standinthe door policy against integration lenged by counsel for Negro stu dents as efforts to perpetuate racial segregation in public edu cation Nashville the Tennessee state capital is in Davidson Coun ty but the city and county have separate school systems Knox ville is in Knox County Justice Clark delivered the unanimous decision Attorneys for Negro students said the transfer plans as a prac tical matter restrict Negroes to allNegro schools while permitting white children in a largely Negro area to transfer to other schools solely on the basis of race But counsel for the Knoxville and Davidson County School boards argued before the high court that there was no evidence the plans are an evasive scheme to continue segregation They said school board officials were trying their hardest to solve integration problems Clark declared for the court that the transfer plans in the Tennessee cases promote dis crimination and are therefore in valid The transfer provisions here Clark said cannot be deemed to be reasonably designed to meet legitimate local problems and therefore do not meet the require ments of Brown By Brown Clark was refer ring to the Supreme Courts 1954 and 1955 decisions in the public school racial cases The formal titles of the 1954 and 3955 cases were Brown vs Board of Education Rocky begins test of his popularity WASHINGTON York Gov Nelson A Rockefeller re turned to public affairs Monday and began a testing period that may chart his course in the 1964 GOP presidential nomina tion contest Rockefeller apparently intend to find out at first hand how New York voters are accepting his re cent marriage to Margaretta Fil ler Murphy divorced mother of four following his own divorce from his wife of 31 years In a heavy schedule of state ap pearances the governor planned to take along his attractive new wife Ahead may be outofstate dates at party fundraising din ners in such widely separated points as West Virginia Utah and Michigan Monday the governor and his wife attended dinner at Albany 85 62 73 Tr Rains skip over north part of Iowa GARNER Scattered spots v6 n the southwest corner of Racial tensions mounting Relations to resume with Haitian dictator WASHINGTON WVThe United States announced Monday it will resume normal diplomatic rela tions with the Haitian regime of Dictator Francois Duvalier Third Negro1 to enroll at Alabama TUSCALOOSA Ala versity of Alabama officials said Monday they have accepted a third Negro for enrollment June NEW YORK Alabamas gov ernor repeats in television inter view that mob violence will not be tolerated at the university cam pus but that he intends lo test validity of court orders that the Negroes be enrolled JACKSON Miss Negro intc grationist leaders map more strategy in drive against segrega tion Sunday quiet after week of demonstrations and mass arrests GREENSBORO NC Order y demonstration ends eightday ruce Negro spokesman says city LOO slow in responding to pleas for desegregation of business es sponsored by the Citizens Plan ning Committee A major appear ance is scheduled for Thursday when the Rockefellers will attend the annual dinner of the State Re publican Committee at the Wal dorfAstoria in New York What the remarriage has dona to Rockefellers previouslyexcel lent chances for the presidential nomination is a matter of prime political debate An Associated Press survey of the positions of the nations 16 Re publican governors indicated that Rockefeller remains a favorite On the basis of the governors statements and the assessments of local political ob chief executives of Idaho Kansas Maine Pennsyl vania Rhode Island and Oregon were credited with leaning in his direction Thesestatesin which the gov ernors are expected to bead dele gations cast 144convention voles If he were a candidate Rockefeller would add New Yorks 92 to this total toward the 655 needed to win Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz potential rival was credited vith support of the governors of Arizona Montana and South Da cota These states will have a to al of 40 convention votes JUST A TOOTHBRUSH MIAMI UP1 Apprehen sive authorities roped off an area at Miami international air port Saturday to keep people away from an overnight bag that was buzzing alarmingly The apprehension subsided when the bags owner opened it and turned off his batteryoperated toothbrush cock County received 3 to 4 nches of rain Saturday night and Sunday Garners rainfall ver the weekend totaled 93 nches Rainfall ranged up to 6 inches at Humboldt flooding streets and basements and blocking Highway 169 for a time followed by a cloudburst hat hit northwest Iowa Satur day night Correctionville and Hawarden received 674 inches f rain andKingsley recorded Sundays rain ibout 12 hours i50 inches Sheriff E H Bradley of gary and Poland It came just before President Kennedy the first Roman Cath olic chief executive of the Unit ed States had planned to call on the pontiff Pope John born Angeio Giu seppe been spirit ual ruler of the worlds halfhil lion Roman Catholics for years and seven months In his comparatively short reign his warm simplicity his arocous arnas ancrm K H Bradley of Pain But clung to a crucifix Archbishop Francesco CarHumboldt said winds Spied imes Hun his breast and uff Sicilian tree agony with fortitude When he could he concentrated on prayer Embassies and legations of the 5 nations which have diplomatic relations with the Vatican im mediately were notified of the Popes death So were cardinals throughout world who must come to Rome for the conclave to elect a new Church ruler The conclave must start in 18 days Itcould be sooner because On the inside Editorials 4 Society News Clear Lake News12 Sports News 1314 North Iowa News 15 Markets u Mason City News Ul Transit Time Table 22 Classified Pages2223 trees and television antennas Sunday However the rain did not delay start of a weeklong 100th anniversary celebration in Humboldt Monday ACCIDENTAL DEATH COXSACKIE NY UPI A coroner has ruled accidental the death Saturday of David A Matter 3 months who drowned in two inches of water when he slipped from the arms of his Mother Margaret 24 while be ing bathed WASHINGTON Group of Re publican congressmen accuse Kennedy administration of foot dragging and urges support for GOP civil rights legislation ENGLEWOOD NJ Prayer vigil called Monday by Negroes seeking end to racial imbalance in schools UNDATKD Peaceful progress on desegregation of eating places reported in Oklahoma City Okla and Durham NC Negroes con tinue protests of segregated movie theaters in Tallahassee Fla No incidents reported GAINESVILLE Fla Scat tered violence erupts after Ne groes try to enter white theaters Police say Negro man suffered flesh wound when shot after com ing to aid of white man being at tacked by Negroes B1LOXI Miss Negro honor student Clevc McDowell already ordered admitted to University of Mississippi asks federal court foi more permanent order barring in terfcrcnce with his enrollmcnl University attorneys sny will as that piirlicr order he dissolved be cause of lensc conditions o campus OF PRAYER Francesco r W cross and his five fellow factory trom Milan are followed by crowd on arriv AA Meler s Square in Vatican City They made the 400mile journey from Milan carrying the cross on a pilgrimage of prayer for the health of Pope John A i i I   

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