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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1963, Mason City, Iowa State pesticide study under way Days of pure wafer in are says official DES MOINES coopera the State Hveenie Lahnratorv at DES MOINES tive study of what pesticides and other chemicals are doing to Iowa waters and its fish and wildlife resources has been undertaken by the State Conservation Commis sion The commission voted Wednesday to support research at the State Hygenic Laboratory at Iowa City during the coming year Dr Robert Morris assistant di rector of the laboratory said the money can be used for a fulltime employe to work on pesticide test ing The study will seek to determine the amount of chemicals and ra dioactive isotopes now existing in the waters soil and wildlife in this state The day of pure water in Iowa is gone sakl E T Rose chief of the commissions fish and game division Much of our fish and game might be beyond the toler ance level of contamination Commission Chairman A N Humeston of Cedar Rapids said the millions of dollars now being spent on pesticides is expected to triple in the near future We cant stop the use of it and probably we shouldnt stop it Humeston said But there should be some controls Rose said the study will be sim ilar to work being done in other states and by the federal govern ment Controversy over the proposed straightening of the channel of the Skunk River in southeast Iowa was aired Wednesday when the Conservation Commission declined to authorize a start on the million project The commission which said the project would ruin some good fish and wildlife facilities contends it cannot be carried out without its approval The Iowa Natural Resources Council previously had upheld the river straightening as a flood con trol project and granted Green Bay Levee and Drainage District No 2 to go ahead with the work Under procedure created by the Iowa Legislature Gov Harold Hughes is scheduled to name an arbitrator this summer to mine whether the commission or the resources council has jurisdic tion The Skunk River channel to be straightened covers an area of 7V4 miles along the boundary of and Des Moines counties where the Skunk empties into the Missis sippi River North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for the The newspaper that mokes all North lowans neighbors MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated and United Press International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE t 1963 IOC Paper Consists of Two No 101 Hop r JFK x cut are JFK plugs his school aid plan SAN DIEGO Calif ident Kennedy plugging hard Thursday for his aid to education program linked educational back wardness with the mounting civil rights problem Citing an array of statistics Kennedy argued that the quality of American education is inade quate that the educational sys tem cannot cope with tomorrows that Negroes suf fer most from shortcomings in the system in a major address prepared for commencement exercises at San Diego State College Kennedy said The time has come for the American people of every party and section to realize the immen sity and the necessity of this chal realize thatno solution will please to mo bilize their aroused support be hind a program such as the one we have sent to the Congress Kennedy said he was aware of objections raised for more than 50 years to any kind of federal effort in education He said these involve states rights and civil rights race and religion But he said it is time to put such factors aside and deal dl rectly with the problem Speaking directly to the San Di ego graduates Kennedy said I hope that those of you who have received the blessings of education will be in the forefront of that fight Kennedy flew to San Diego from El Paso Tex and visited the state college before flying to a Navy aircraft carrier offshore to spend the night and witness Navy maneuvers in the Pacific This was the second day of his five day fivestate tour which will take him as far west as Hawaii before he returns to Washington early Monday morning To collect cigarette tax from retailers WHO NEEDS A FUR the temperature hit 91 degrees in Sac ramento 18monthold Maria Chase didnt mind it a bit although she did Photofax protest an intrusion at the water foun tain But its a good bet her 2yearold St Bernard Berney would like to have shed his fur coafc Lawrence Scalise new chief of liquor law enforcement DES MOINES F Scalise 30 unsuccessful Demo cratic candidate for attorney gen eral last fall Thursday was IT i DES MOJNES w Fearful named director of aw enforce that Iowa smokers will have tojment for the Iowa Liquor Control pay a tax that is not forwarded to the state the State Tax Com mission is attempting to see that a onecent a package in crease on cigarettes is collected from retailers who have cig arettes on hand when the boost goes into effect July 4 The 1963 legislature in the only tax increase of the session hiked the state cigarette tax from four to live cents a pack age The tax normally is paid to the state by wholesalers and distributors However until July 4r the will pay only the fourcent tax although many of the cigarettes purchased in the next few weeks may not be sold until after the increase goes into effect North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy warm and humid Showers expected Thursday night and Friday Lew Thurs day 4572 Hifhs Friday ISH Weather details en page 2 Commission The post was created in a bill passed by the 1963 legislature au thorizing legal sale of liquor by the drink effective July 4 Scalise Des Moines lawyer will receive a salary of a year He will serve at the discretion of Of one daughter said he has dis tn fnmmiccuMri solved his partnership with Des Moines lawyer Ray Fenton Scalise said he would start on his new job Friday He was named by the commis the commission A former assistant Polk County attorney Scalise said I am pleased and gratified to get the job I intend to strictly enforce the law The law can he enforced and it will be But we have a great deal of work to do between now and July 4 A cow and bug raise havoc near Algona sion which said he had received later about 10 applications for the job Scalise will study the new law and organize our enforcemen division so it will be ready to g by July 4 said Homer Adcock commission chairman Adcock said five assistant di rectors and seven investigator will be hired to assist Scalise None has yet been named bu animal king dom kept the Kossuth Coun ty Sheriffs office buty Wed nesday Two accident calls came in one caused by a cow the other by a bug On the blacktop county road eight miles northwest of Al gona a car driven by Mrs William Marlow 38 of rural Lone Rock came over the crest of a hill and met a cow Mrs Marlow tried to stop but slid sideways into the cow Laurie Marlow 8 riding with her mother was thrown out of the car and suffered cuts and bruises an injured elbow and back IShe was treated by a Bancroft physician Damage to the car was estimated at according to Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who inves tigated Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was called at 5 pm to an accident on Highway 169 three miles north of Bancroft Mrs John Van Hove 50 Buffalo Center lost control of her car while trying to kill a bug which had lit on her hand The car over turned and landed on its top Mrs Van Hove was treated for injuries of the shoulder and knee The cow was bruised but not killed No report of what happened available to the bug was Scalise married and the father Boosts getting larger Other levies keep going up WASHINGTON a ea of proposed and forthcoming ax increases President Ken nedys proposed tax cut may ap pear to the taxpayer to be getting smaller and smaller and in danger of being swallowed up As a sign of how the tides are running the congressman most re sponsible for the progress of the tax cut legislation introduced taxpaying bill as well H the Social Security fax hik proposed by Chairman Wilbur D Mills DArk of the House Way and Means Committee become law it would soak up some of the funds a general tax cut woult leave in private hands Also there are builtin Social Security tax in creases one that became effective his year others coming If health care for the aged un der Social Security is ever enact ed it would mean another tax in crease And state and local levies keep going up Taken all together do these ins and outs of tax law add up to a net break for the taxpayer or not The answer appears to be that if all present trends continue and all pending legislation is adopted the average citizen will come out ahead but not by anything like the full federal tax re duction the President advocates to stimulate the economy arc estimates The Jan 1 1963 Social Security tax increase long provided for in existing law is expected to take a bit more than billion in pay ments by employers and employes Ihis year If the further increase proposed by Mills is enacted to ward off a feared deficiency in the disabil ity benefit fund of Social Security it will cost about million more in its first full year It would apply payroll taxes to the first instead of of earnings Another automatic Social Secu rity tax increase comes Jan 1 1966 and another one two years 9 4 Adcock added This will be a rather ligh No trouble for 2nd Negro at Ole Miss FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES n RP student Cleve McDowell attended his first class at the University of Mississippi law school without incident Thursday McDowell 21 the second Negro student in his tory to attend the school has signed up for a onehour course in legal bibliography and a threehour course in civil law The first known Negro to attend the University James H Meredith 29 returned to classes Thursday morning His return was also uneventful CLEVE MCDOWELL Tobacco prices take a tumble NEW YORK Tobacco company stock prices tumbled Thursday in response to a Flor ida Supreme Court decision Trading in tobacco stocks was heavy on the New York Stock Exchange with losses ranging from fractions of a dollar to more than two dollars a share The Florida court found Wed nesday that the American To bacco Co could be held respon sible in the death of a Miami man if death was caused by smoking one of the companys products MfAWas on the OleArvid Sather spentT Wednesday Miss campus Students went night at Baxter Hall where Mc Dowell is rooming He de scribed the place as being just like a morgue Few students are staying in the dormitory during the summer term Three U S marshals were in the area where McDowell was attending classes Thursday and an army sedan was parked side Baxter Hall with one mili tary policeman inside McDowell was received po litely Wednesday when he en Dolled at the law school All went smoothly after Gov Ross R Barnett told a television audience that McDowell was to be accepted only because Mississippi couldnt whip the US Army H would be unwise and futile aid the governor who had unsuc Bulletin WASHINGTON House Ways and Means com mittee Thursday rejected President Kennedys plea for higher taxes on profits from oil and gas The proposals were designed to produce more than million in new revenues Release few details on Albert Lea killing ALBERT LEA Minn appointed before July young unemployed laborer await ing grand jury action in the slay ing of a northern Iowa minister has given a statement relating some of the details officials say Robert Fjugene Chapman 22 an Albert Lea man with a crim inal record has admitted that he shot and stabbed the Rev Berner force to start out enforcemen with Adcock said But at firs we want to feel our way along Unemployment takes a jump WASHINGTON WlA flood of E Nyjordet 42 according to Sheriff Everett Stovern Investigators said the clergy man was driving on the streets T w i v VI a VI CVl0 teenagers looking over jobs here about 130 am May 23 and boosted total unemployment in met Chapman May up twotenths of one perl Chapman was reported to have cent to 59 per cent Total ministcr dressed in ployment also was uo one mil asledhim where iinnTVr Mr hlon over April to 691 million found most places closed Chapman was quoted as saying that along a country road a mile southwest of Hayward Minn an argument ensued and I killed him The clergymans body found May 24 in a thicket after his car had been abandoned in Albert Lea Sheriff Stovern said Chapman related that he took from the ministers billfold after the slay ing A grand jury was ordered to convene Friday to consider an in dictment The Rev Mr Nyjordet a bach clor was pastor of the Lutheran Church at Silver Lake low I lo several small towns butlLea New Pope will find changes BULLETIN VATICAN CITY Pope John XXIII was buried Thurs day in grotto of St Peters Basilica at a spot he himself selected two years ago VATICAN CITY man vho succeeds Pope John XXIII will come to a papacy significant y changed during his reign To many people Catholics and nonCatholics alike the papacy may seem closer now The tradition that Popes seldom eave the Vatican has been broken hesitation to receive Protestant leaders has been overcome Pope John brought the church to grips with the 20th century On Nov 4 1958 the day he was crowned no one dreamed of the changes that were ahead Then 74 the pontiff with the heavy features was appraised by many as an interim Pope There were predictions that the papacy would remain fairly static until the emergence of a strong vigor ous younger Pope Pope John at once shattered that concept and he continued to sweep away the pieces as his reign progressed He brought the Pope out of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church out of the Pleasetvrn to page 2 Inside The Globe MASON CITY recreation program starts Monday Page 17 RODEO starts Saturday Page 17 LUNATIC WITH grenade could cause U S chaos Page 2 MICKEY MANTLE break foot Page 13 MASON CITY Braves win behind 2hit pitching 3 run homer Page 13 Editorials 4 Clear Lake News I Seciety News W1MJ 1JH North lewa News Latest Markets U Mason City News M17 Cemics Transit TknetaMe M CUswfted rrom class to class in an order ly manner Justice Department Attorney cessfully attempted to block Mer ediths admission last fall We have done everything in our power to prevent the enroll ment of Cleve McDowell in the university law school said Bar nett His entry is in violation of he laws of the state and is con rary to the wishes and order of the Board of Trustees of the in stitutions of higher learning and the governor and the people I have not heard one rude re mark McDowell wearing a checked sports jacket and a new Lhin moustache told a press con ference after he was registered I think this registration was car ried out quite well he added There is evidence someone did a lot of work McDowell paid fees totaling with a check from the Utility Club Inc of New York City The club was not further identified In other racial developments Gov George C Wallace of Ala jama vowed Wednesday night lhat despite a federal court order ic would resist integration of the University of Alabama He also appealed for law and order Just hours before Wallaces election campaign talk US Dis Irict Judge Scybourn H Lynne is sued an injunction barring the governor from physically interfer ng with the enrollment of three Negroes in the university system OK railroad service cut at Hansel DES MOINES Iowa Commerce Commission Thursday authorized the Chicago Great Western Railway Co to discon tinue agency service at Hansel in Franklin County The railroad proposed transact ing business pertaining to Hansell at its Hampton agency The only objection to the pro posal came from Pootey and feld elevator at Hansell the com mission said The railroad said no in train services at HaoaeU it planned
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