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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                The North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for fee newspaper that mokes oil North lowans MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition ud UalUd Praw late nut toul Full Wirtf MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1M3 UOc a Paper Consists of Two SeclioniSecllon No 157 Photofax ITS TIME TO REST Struble 21yearold Michigan student if you dont Fairbanks Alaska mile post after a 49day 1523mile hike upthe Alaska High way He did it on a dare Bump to seek DES MOINES Iowa Solicitor General Wil bur N Bump 34 Des Mpines is all set to jump into the race for the Republican nomination for attorney general in the 1964 June primaries His formal announcement isexpected to come at the ap propriate after vAtty Gen Evan L Huilman formally tosses his hat into the ring for the GOP nomination for governor Hultmans entry into thegubernatorial race is foregone conclusion in view of the Republicanpartys need a strong candidate to for Democratic Gov Harold E Hughes Although potential political candidates hedge at this early date against declaring their po litical intentions reliable sources put Bump into the at torney v generals race Bump who will be making his first bid for an elective of fice gained a degree of national prominence this Week when he was elected an associate direc tor of the National DistrictAt torneys Association at the mid summer conference in Minne apolis In view of his close association Huitman head of the states legal department in which Bump is solici tor general not formally de clared as a candidate for attor ney general until Huitman makes his announcement for the GOP gubernatorial nomination YMK wn January 1961 he appointed Bump as solicitor general At that time Bump was assistant city attorney on the Des Moines Wgal A native of Davenport Bump grade and high dd education there and ob tamed his lav degree from the ing to Des Moines to open his law practice He is married and the father of two children Among other candidates ex pected to toss their hats into the ring as soon as Huitman clears the way by announcing his bid for the governorship are Keokuk Garry D Woodward Muscatine andRobert D Ray Des Moines 5th District Re publican Chairman HEADS FOR HOME LE HAVRE France Former President Dwight D Eisenhower boarded the liner United Saturday to re turn to the US after five days in France and England work ing on documentary film about the DDay landings North Iowa Weather outlook fair Sunday Saturday M U lews Setvrrfey Sunday IS M e5 Hifh en Heart attack f K WASHINGTON AP Sen Estes Kefauver the tall folksy who campaigned In a coonskin cap and once nearly won the Democratic presidential nom ination died Saturday of a rup tured heart vessel Death came in the predawn hours at Bethesda Naval Hospital and followed what doctors had described earlier as a mild heart attack after Kefauver left the Senate floor Thursday even ing feeling ill Kefauver had observed his 60th birthday on July 26 The death was announced by his administrative aide Charles Caldwell uver Mrs Kefauver and two of their three daughters rushing back from a Denver vacation to be with him arrived too late Their plane landed just about the time the senator died at am an aide said Kefauver Tennessees senior senator serving his third straight sixyear term was as well known for his Senate investigations of crime the drug industry and box ing as he was for his two unsuc cessful campaigns for the Demo cratic presidential nomination in 1952 and 1956 A big friendly man he had a wide campaign grin and reached out to shake any hand in sight Revision of taxes started Deductions are trimmed WASHINGTON AP House writers have now passed judg ment on most of President Ken nedys tax revision proposals though their decision on the major tax cut part of his program still lies ahead The Ways and Means Commit tee has gone at least part way with Kennedy on most of the sug gestions he made in the name of reducing inequities and bringing more income under tax so that rates could be cut more deeply But in terms of revenue the committee has provided for only about onethird of what Kennedy proposed about billion m steadof more than billion It still is expected to recom mend a tax cut approaching Ken nedys net pro posal But because it has not broadened the tax base in the way he suggested it willnot be able to recommend the kind of rate reductions he advocated from the present range of 20 to 91 per cent He proposed 14 to 65 but appar ently both the bottom and the top levels as set by the committee will have to be higher For the offsetting revenue it sought the administration relied heavily on one provision which never got off the ground in Con gress A proposal to cut down itemized deductions for local taxes interest charity and the allowing only the amount in excess of 5 per cent of a tax payers income The Treasury Mid Hiit would bring in billion a year more than twothirds of the total pickup it wanted This proposal proved almost universally unpopular among the legislators The closest the com mittee came to it was to recom mend disallowing deductions for state gasoline liquor and ciga rette real estate income and sales taxes still would deductible This is tagged for million additional revenue Kennedy while not suggesting any change in the per cent depletion allowance in the petro leum industry called for changes in the factors on which depletion University of Iowa in 1958 mov to Des Moines to hi 1S calculated other tax tight enings in the field of oil opera tions Unofficially his recommenda tions were estimated as costing the industry up to million a year in taxes The committee ap Proved a fraction of the package Rep Charles O Frazier Restimated at million His softspoken voice seemed al most surprising coming from his 6footS 200pound frame My name is Estcs Kefauver he would say in that soft voice Im running for president of the United Stales I hope youll help me In 1952 he swept H of the 17 Democratic presidential prefer ential primaries At the national convention in Chicago Kefauver led on the first two ballots but Adlai Stevenson now US ambassador to the Unit ed Nations overtook him in the third and went on to win the nom ination Kefauver tried and lost again to Stevenson for the 1956 nomi nation but wound up winning the vice presidential spot on Ihc tick et by defeating a rising young Democratic figure Sen John F Kennedy of Massachusetts The Stevenson tickets lost both times to Republican Dwight D Eisenhower Before entering the Senate Ke fauver had served more than nine years in thii House Noted as a liberal on many matters including civil rights legislation he was one of Uie few Southerners in Congress to refuse to sign a manifeslo attacking the 1054 Supreme Court school deseg regation ruling BOSTON Cardi nal Gushing Boston archbishop and longtime friend of President John F Kennedy said a private Mass of the Angels Saturday for little Patrick Bouvier Kennedy who died Friday FREDRIK A SCHIOTZ Lutherans authorize study HELSINKI Lu theran World Federation Sat urday authorized the establish ment of a foundation for in tprrcpnfessional research to study other Christian faiths The foundation was created for the purpose of finding out how other faiths differ from the Lutheran and not to pro mote any kind of closing of ranks within church the Christian This is a most historic resolution said Dr Franklin C Fry of New York the fed erations president The foundation will be lo cated at Geneva where the federation also has its head quarters Makeup of the foundation was left to the new board of executives the federation will elect later Saturday The foundation will devote particular attention to the be liefs of the Roman Catholic Church It will be supported by gifts from member churches of the federation The elect of ficers later The man consid ered most likely to succeed Dr Fxy as federation presi dent is Fredrik A Schiotz Minneapolis Minn Schiotz is president of the American Lutheran Church third largest of Lutheran group in the United States His support of antipoli tax and anlJlynching legislation and at tempts lo reform Senate rules to curb filibusters won him no po litical friends among Ibe South ern bloc He first became familiar lo mil linns of Americans through tlia crosscountry series of televised hearings of his Senate crime in vestigating committee in 1950 and 1951 Many of the nations racket chiefs gamblers and hood lums were hailed before Kefauver the TV cameras He wrote a book about his findings called Crime in America Private service for infant of Kennedys w llvlirnwi prelate wearing white vestments nearby Brooklinc said the special Mass for chil dren The President and a few close halfhour and then the corlege rclatives filled the little chapel eight limousines and a hearse eft for Hollywood Cemetery in at the cardinals residence as the The Mass lasted less than a a mile and a half away Inside The Globe Religious features Pages 45 Society News e7 Clear Lake News 8 Sports 910 Editorials H Latest Markets 12 Mason City News 1213 Comics 14 Business News 1514 North Iowa News U fqrrn boy dies of accident injuries ALBERT LEA Minn UPI rural Hollandale farm youth died in a hospital Saturday of injuries received earlier in a farm machine accident Noel Wyna 15 was fatally injured when he attempted to climb over a piece of running farm machinery Rodeo leaves Grundy Center without bull GRUNDY CENTER traveling rodeo that put on a twoday exhibition at the Grun dy County Fair lefttown Friday its prize Brahma bull The bull broke out of the arena during a practice session with rodeo performers and dis appeared into a large adjoining cornfield George Sharp ro deo cowboys and local sponsors of the county fair searched in vain for the large animal The rodeo1 owners left it in the field because they were fearful of damageto the bull he corn and would be captors f theywent threshing through the tall cornafterthe animal Sharp said he thought the an mal would comeout of the field soon but he has stopped looking Tor it Two police motorcycles rode in ront A crowd ot about 150 pcr ons watched The President and Ally Gen Robert F Kennedy sat in the ame thirct Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy 34 the irsl Lady who gave birth to the premature baby Wednesday ve mained behind at Otis Air Force Base Hospital A crowd of about 100 stood in siience atthe cemetery gate a the procession drove into the bur ial ground Little Patrick was the first t be buried in the family plot The presidential party left th cemetery six minutes after enter ing The main theme of the Roman ESTES KEFAUVER Senate shocked by death WASHINGTON UP The death of Sen Estes Kefauver AIIC mum VIICHIU oi me noman PTenn stunned his colleagues Catholic ritual for the Congress Republicans and Passenger train derailed 4 hurt WATERLOO AP Four per sons were hospitalized Saturday with injuries suffered when five cars of the Illinois Central Land O Corn passenger train derailed in suburban Evansdaie None of the four was seriously hurt hospital attendants said Ten other persons were treated for minor injuries and released A spokesman at St Francis hos pital identified the four as Mrs Clara Haffa Long Beach Calif Wheeler Cantrell of Chica go a dining car cook Mrs An gela Theisen Chicago and Lee E Weeldey of Evansdaie The westbound train which runs between Chicago and Waterloo was nearing the western terminus of its run when the last five cars went off the tracks Several hundred feet of track was lorn up by the mishap and some of the derailed cars sprawled across US Highway 20 which parallels the railroad line None of the cars overturned The highway cleared for oneway traffic about three hours later Armed guards were posted for a lime around a mail car to keep away the large crowd that gath ered at the scene Railroad officials said they had train to go off the rails The loco motive and six cars continued into Waterloo Cardinal Cashing Jiccompanicd he mourners lo Ihe cemetery ihe Angels is Everlasting life to all children The ritual was established par icularly for children who die be fore the age of reason about icvcn years he cardinal said This child pftai hall receiveablessing from the Md Lord and mercy from God his i i lowered lo half staff to mark the death Friday of President he prayer Because of my inand Mrs Kennedys newborn nocence You have received me son Patrick and given me a place in Your sight forever vvi w t Mt IVflOVr The closing prayer reaffirmed Mikc Mansfield Mont said the reassurance for the bereaved Kefauvers death was a great It said Almighty and most Ioss to his state and his coun oving God for TW merits of their try and a deep and personal own as soon as they leave this Joss to me world You give everlasting life a all little children reborn in the ont of baptism as we believe hat You have given it today to he soul of this little child Patrick was baptized shortly af icr birth Accompanying the President were his two brothers Ally Gen Robert F Kennedy and Sen Ed ward M Kennedy and their wives his three sisters and their Eunice and Sargent Shriver Jean and Stephen Smith The Senate has lostone of itsmost outstanding members said Mansfield He was a crusader and an idealist and his contribution to the better ment and the welfare of the na tion will be long remembered Senate Republican leader Everett Dirkscn said nothing has sodistressed me in a long lime as the news of Kefauvers AtauLvsau uuitidis aaiu inuy uad ommi not determined what caused the Pafrca and Peter Lawford Mrs Kennedys mother Mrs tfugh D Auchincloss and her hus andfc and Mrs Kennedys sister Lee Radziwill Highway 106 west of IOOF to be closed Highway 106 will closed west of the Odd Fellows Homes for about two weeks starting at 8 am Monday Work will begin then on the Chicago Great Western Railway tracks at Clear Lake Junction and on the Icwa Terminal Railroad spur tracks into State Brand Creameries Traffic between down town Mason City and West Haven will be forced to move by way of Taft SW said Leonard Foil ma nn resident construction en gineer for the State Highway Commission LEAVES FUNERAL RITES President Kennedy and his motherinlaw Mrs Hugh Auchincloss sit in the back seat as the car leaves following funeral Photofax servicesfor the Presidents infant son Patrick In front is JFKs brother Atty Gen Robert Kennedy Democrats joined in praising his contributions to his state and the country The main flag over the capi lol was lowered to half staff in honor of the 60yearold sen suburban Bethesda m 8 Senate Democratic leader differences death They of opinion had said Dirkscn but I entertained nigh respect and deep affection for him added he mede great contribution to the country and was indeed a crusader with deep convictions Senate Democratic whip Hu bert H Humphrey said the senators death is a great loss to the nation and a very big loss to the Congress Estes had thousands of friends who will mourn his death Sen Albert Gore Kefauvers fellow Democratic Senator from Tennessee said a true cham pion of the people has passed Citing Kefauvers unusual sometimes uncanny vision and courage Gore said he was one of the ablest and most dedi cated senators of our time SAMi DATE1H23H   

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