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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1963, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspopei Edited tar the The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL Ill Home Edition Associated Prew and United International Full Wirti MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 14 WJ 10c a copyTWf Consists of Two SectionsSection On No 1M monaut bit k if if if if if K hints at big new space venture Prospects poor for test treaty WASHINGTON US officials have very little hope at the moment that the Moscow nu clear test ban talks next month will lead to a breakthrough in the long EastWest deadlock Their primary reason is that Soviet Premier Khrushchev is re WIDOW WEEPS The widow of slain NAACP leader Medgar Evers weeps over his body at funeral home late this afternoon in Jackson before the casket was opened for public viewing Evers 11 i V Photofax was shot early Wednesday in front of his home With her is Evers brother Charles Evers of Chicago Funeral services will be Saturday Voids emergency powers Hultman ruling saps s wallet Swaledole girl to 4H post Rice daughter of Mr and Mrs Car rol Rice Swaledale Thursday afternoon was elected Girls 4H vice president at the state 4H conference now in session at Iowa State University Ames Other girls officers are Linda Greenfield Harcourt president Heidi Keir Spencer secretary Ann Schilling Jefferson histori DES MOINES bill giv ing the Legislative Interim Com 111 VUC over the spendnext two years will be available mg up to million for emerregardless of what action the gov gencies in the next two years is ernor takes on the bill If he unconstitutional Atty Gen Evan signs it there may be court tests Hultman ruled Friday The ruling strengthened Gov Harold Hughes battle against what he said is an attempt to chip away powers of the gover nors office on who has authority to spend the money Hughes had asked for the opin ion contending that under the bill the Interim Committee was given powers that belonged to the ex ecutive branch of the government In my opinion this ruling strengthens the office of governor considerably Hultman said The attorney general said there is nothing unconstitutional about the formation of the Interim Com mittee which is designed to study and investigate state problems be tween sessions of the legislature But under provisions of the bill passed by the 1963 legislature Hultman said the Interim Com mittee would be either acting in an executive capacity or be using delegated legislative powers Huttman said that in either situation the Interim Committee would be acting unconstitutionally It is my opinion therefore that the powers conferred upon the Interim Committee by Senate Apparently the million ap propriated for emergencies in the Hultman said that although he has ruled that portions of the bill are unconstitutional it still would become law if Hughes signs it and there may be other challenges on who has the final say on spend ing of the money March march march tactics in Mississippi JACKSON Miss airjtian College near here a school of foreboding hung over this city attended mostly by Negroes Friday as Negro leaders signalled for a March March March strategy and prepared a dramatic funeral for a slain civil leader rights where the slain mans widow al most collapsed when she came to Vi Sprint found on a rifle evidently File 460 are legislative in charused to kill Evers as he prepared acter and may not be exercised constitutionally either as an ex ercise of legislative power or an Police and FBI agents pursued view it in its slategray casket clues into several states in their hunt for the sniper who ambushed Medgar VV Evers a field secre tary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People early Wednesday Evidence found near the scene of the murder had been rushed to the FBI laboratories in Washing ton but so far there was no solu tion of the crime The evidence included one fin executive powers contrary to the if Constitution Hultmans said yet been the gover to enter his home Civil rights leaders from many states are expected to attend the bill has not or vetoed by at Masonic Temple Saturday It was announced that Evers a veteran of World War II would be buried Arlington National Cemetery The signed nor He has through Monday to sign it veto it or let it law without his signature Hv9hes had contended that the bili would give the Interim Com mittee the executive power spec ifically delegated to his office The governor had charged that it was another attempt to weaken the powers of his office Hughes on a fishing trip in northeast Iowa was not available I Jc aPPeared a t cVlirt MtUl for comment North Iowa Weather outlook Partly cloudy scattered and thunderstorms Friday night and Saturday tow Friday right in the Ms High Saturday tn mid I0i details on page 2 a rally of hymnsinging cheering Negroes at the African Methodist be something Negro leaders rallied their fol lowers to press forward with their street marches in protest against racial barriers Such demonstra tions led Thursday to 90 arrests and some clubswinging by police A white professor who joined in the demonstrations got a heros reception when he appeared in a bloodied shirt Thursday night at Episcopal Zion Church on Blair Street Prof John Salter 2S who hails from Flagstaff Ariz had a ban dage on his head where a police club struck and his bloodstained blue sweatshirt was lorn down the middle Salter a man with burning blue eyes teaches sociol ogy at Tougaloo Southern Chris The body of Evers lay for the time in a Negro funeral parlor ported to be holding rigidly to his position that a test ban treaty can be adequately enforced with out any kind of international in spection inside the Soviet Union Another reason for lack of op timism regarding the USBritish Russian negotiations in midJuly is that officials believe Khrush chev is under heavy pressure from his military advisors to hold another series of nuclear weapons tests later this year The Soviet Union after a three year moratorium resumed testing in 1961 and followed up with a second round of tests in 1962 Aft er the Soviets scuttled the mora torium the United States also iested and some of the bestin formed authorities here now be lieve that the arms race probably will go on in this pattern with new weapons experiments in the fall If this is the outlook Washington authorities are puzzled about the an Boys Glenn State officers are Pat Hamburg president Tom Hansen Clinton vice presi dent Tom Ewing Russell sec retary Terry Schrage Shell Rock historian The officers were to be in stalled Friday night The con ference attended by about 1300 delegates ends Saturday MARGARET RICE reasons why chosen during Khrushchev has the past week to respond as he has to Western in itiative related to the test ban issue The first of these moves came a week ago he accepted a proposal by Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold Macmulan to hold high level discussions in an effort to reexamine the inspec tion and detection problem and see whether the deadlock might be broken The speculation most generally US officials is that the display of Soviet friendliness may be a maneuver dictated by Khrushchevs strategy in ap proaching talks with the Red Chi nese over the split in the SinoSo viet bloc rather than by Khrush chevs desire to create a favorable atmosphere for the test ban talks LT COL BYKOVSKY attempt is LONDON UPI A Britfsh lawyer said Friday that playgirl Christine Keeler had told him her Russian embassy love Bulletin MIAMI airliner landed in the rain here Friday with at least 109 more Cuban refugees seeking freedom from the Fidel Castro regime and the confines of the Uru guayan Embassy in Havana where some had been locked in for as long as two years vise ncr wanted her to obtain West e on nuclear warheads from rej combe who claims o have been signed War Minister John Proa lover of hers to shoot his wa and met Miss Keeler in Ward apartment last November About a month later he said Keeler asked him to ac of an attemp Indian John Edge Miss r I vise May join crafts in space MOSCOW Premier Khrushchev announced the Soviet Union put its fifth man into orbit Friday He hinted at least one more cosmonaut may join him in what may be another space ven ture lasting several days U S officials believe the Rus sians have been planning a space rendezvous mission in which two crafts would be coupled in orbit An alternative guess is that the Russians are out to set a new record with a oneman flight of about eight days to test life support equipment for a moon mission The launching puts the Soviet Jmon one ahead of the United tales which announced the end f its Project Mercury space ights two days ago new cosmonaut was identi ed as Lt Col Valeri Fedorovich lykovsky 29 from a small town lear Moscow His craft is named Vostok V the Soviet news agency said the pilot himself reports and the tekemetric system con firms that he satisfactorily with stood the putting into orbit and the transition to a state of weigh lessness and that he feels well Tass reported the space craft was orbiting the earth once every fumo Michael Eddowes said he was making this information public because of his concern that Prime Minister Harold Mac millan might not have been fully informed of this aspect of the case by the special branch of Scotland Yard Eddowes claimed he submit ted a full report of his knowl idge of the relations between Miss Keelcr and Capt Eugene Ivanov a former assistant nav al attache in the Soviet Embassy and suspected intelligence agent Jast March 29 The lawyer said he had been a patient of society osteopath Dr Stephen Ward who is in jail awaiting trial charges of living on the earnings of prostitutes Meet Mrs Carl Sandburg BkiAvp EDITORS more than half a century Mrs Carl Sandburg has to re main out of the publics eye while her husband became one of Americas most well known literary figures With their 55th wedding anniversary approaching Mrs Sandburg granted an Associated Press newsman a rare interview By RICHAROfC BAYER FLAT ROCK NC Carl Sandburg whose memory matches her wit recalled that when she married her poet husband 55 years ago Satur day they werent so darn sure it was going to last We entered into the mar riage with the agreement if cither of us wanted to quit the other would say ail right she added Now were waiting for our 75th anniversary That will really by a woman who looks every bit the part of the 80ycarcld grandmother that she is But when the conversation starts they find a woman with a bright and youthful outlook For more than a half a cen tury Lilian Paula Sandburg has remained quietly in the wings while her husband poet historian novelist Lin coln biographer and twice a Pulitzer Prize I a leading role on the American literary stage Visitors to Connemara the Sandburg farm here are met LILIAN SANDBURG still possessed with the desire to exchange and express ideas Carl Sandburg was so in dependent he wouldnt have allowed any woman to make a mess out of him she said I dont believe theres a woman behind every great man Mrs Sandburg was a school teacher in Princeton 111 when in 1907 she met Sand burg a Social Democratic party organizer at party head quarters in Milwaukee Letters and poems followed her back to Illinois Carl had all the makings of a good organizer lln was forthright and easy to talk with she remembered But when he sent me a copy of his collection In Reckless Ec stacy I saw a different man I thought he was just a little better than Whitman In six months they were married There was no ring and obey was omitted from the vows After 55 years of married life Mrs Sandburg looked to the two geniuses she has known best her husband and her brother Edward otcichen the renowned photographer People often think artists are difficult to live with Carl and my brother arc the most reasonable people Ive ever known she said into her apartment Edgecombe was sentenced to seven year for the offense Eddowes said he went to see the 21yearold playgirl After we had discussed the shooting he said She told me in reply to my question that she iiad had an afair with both Cap tain Ivanov and Mr Profumo Realizing the possible impli cations of this I asked Did tvanov ever ask you to get in formation from Mr Profumo She replied Yes Anything in particular asked I She replied He asked me to obtain the date of delivery of nuclear warheads to West Ger many I asked her if she had ob tained this information and she said she had not Asked why he had decided to make this known only three days Before the House of Commons lcbate on a possible security risk in the Profumo scandal Ed iowcs said he was doing so as public duly Macmillan who position as rime Minister depends on the outcome of the Commons de bate as docs perhaps the fate of his government summoned lome Secretary Henry Brooke ack from the Channel Islands with an early morning telephone call Friday Inside The Globe INFLICT OVER state of ficials salary Page 3 GARDEN CLUB plans rose show al First National Bank Pape 8 MASON CITY Braves beat 88 minutes from altitudes of 112 mites to 146 miles The capsule was reported cir ling at a 65 degree angle in the quator and broadcasting on and 143625 megacycle fre uencies In contrast o the austere radio nnouncements of previous lanned space flights Khrushchev roke the news of this one to Har Wilson visiting leader of the ritish Labor party at a Kremlin meeting Wilson remembering that the ist Soviet manned flights in Au ust 1962 had two men aloft at nee asked how many were up his time Only one so far said Khrush hev spreading his arms wide part to emphasize his point Tass said the purpose of the ew launching is to continue stud s of the influence of various fac rs of space flight on the human and to continue study of con lions of a long flight This indicated that the flight of ykovsky may be a long one The last Soviet launchings Aug and 12 1962 saw cosmonauts ndrian Nikolayev and Pavel opovich come close to one anoth r while in orbit They were iristened The Heavenly wins Nikolayev the first off ic launching pad was aloft just lort of four clays Moscow radio said Vostok V as functioning normally Tass said Bykovsky will be 29 n Aug 2 The small town of Pavlovo osad in Moscow Oblast will now Become renowned Tass said sky was born in a simple Rus K was here in 1954 that Bykov sian family of a transport em ploye Russians had made four orbital flights and Americans four in the spncc race launched in earnest in the spring of 1961 The latest was Albert Lea on LanKrockiMaj the 22orbit flight in Faith 7 Jr by 2hitlcr Page 11 KIWANIS CLUB gives shelter house to Nora Springs Page 15 Editorials 4 Clear Lake news 5 Mason City news markets 7 Society news Sports news HU Television news UU North news IS Transit timetable Classified L launched from Cape Canaver Fla May 15
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