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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                lie labor Bay Christmas decorations go up On the long probably bumpy road ahead are such controversial issues asa tax cut foreign aid spending the limited nuclear testban the civil rights program which promises to trigger a Southern filibuster in the Senate The Home planned no business this week con tinuing until Monday a sort of informal Labor Day recess r To clear the deck for expected debate next on the treaty the Senate was scheduled to take up President Kennedys request to broaden the 1962 Manpower Training Act which established aprogram ofl vocational schooling to teach skills to unemployed persona or retrain them for new jobs The administration considers the program im portant in ita effort to combat unemployment in general and to train Negroes for tetter jobs Whenthe manpower act was passed it pro vided for federal funds to pay the full cost in the firat two years However there wis to be 5050 state matching in the third year starting July 1964 So far however only foiir states have passed legislation to carry out the matching funds re Connecticut Kansas Montana and Tennessee Legislators of 25 states which have not acted do even meet m 1964 The bill before the Senate would not only pror vide for the federal government to pay the entire cost of the third year but would authorize an addir tiorial million in US funds to cover the states share North fcnras Daily Newspaper for the newspaper that makes oil North I o wans ne ig CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL m AwoeUted Prtu Md PM Full LCM MASON TUESDAY SEPTEMBIR 3 a Paper of Two No 177 Negroes admitted to schools BATON ROUGE La HVDe jegregation came peacefully to he four white high schools in h i s Louisiana capital c i t y Tuesday With almost military preci sion 28 Negroes entered the chools under the careful scru tiny of policemen The officers kept newsmen and onlookers out of the imme diate area at each school Only two minor incidents were n e a picket who quickly lost his sign to a policeman and the other two women school bus drivers tried to block a driveway At each of the schools the Negro 12th grad in taxicabs The Negroes Centered under a federal court order The plan calls for desegregation of 12th grade this year and one additional grade downward each THE SHORT AND THE TALLShort six feet two inches while at M est and tallest contestants m the annual Miss Vermont Lissa Hetzel of Burl Miss America contest get together for ington with Miss Florida Flora Jo a pictureat Atlantic GityNJ at start Ghandonnet of North Miami right of the pageant Center is the tallest Both of the short girls are five feet Miss JTorth Carolina Jeanne Flinn three inches tall Swanner of Graham NC who stands Inside The Globe MR MAN be hind the trouble in Viet Nam Page 3 FOOTBALL roundup for Big Six Conference Page 13 FIRST DAY of school for kindergarteners Page 24 Society newt Clear Lake Sports news North Iowa news Mason City news Farm news Classified pages 547 10 1314 17 lllf M 2425 North Iowa Weather outlook Considerable cloudiness with little temperature change throuflh Wednesday Lews Tuesday nifht 5749 Wednesday 7471 Scattered sneweu and thunderstorms late Tueedey night end Wed nesday WetHwr details on 2 Hunt body of mother after tots ore found AP A private 30acre lake is to be drained Tuesday in the search for Mrs JohnReed mother of two small children whose bodies were found Sunday in a septic tank about 500 yards from the lake Using fbits and pieces of their clothing officers identified the children as John Anthony Reed 2 and Rose Marie Reed 4 The 19yearold mother disappeared froth rher CrossviUe home sometime k November Lt Cecil Strader of the Ten nessee Highway Patrol said in vestigators in the case want to question a man identified as Sam my Earle Ammons about 30 of Knoxville He said that Ammons is known in the area by the alias Big John Williams1 and is want ed in just about every county around here for bad checks The last description of him we had was when he was passing bad checks was that he was with a woman and two small chil dren Strader sakl The last we heard of Mrs was she was baby sitting for hiu Was last seen with him arated some time ag The bodies of the children were discovered after a tourist report ed seeing what he thought was a McPHERSON Kan human hand in the septic tank KJHVX i Wl 1 tL VTCClL IlCti L OalC country at a demolished resort southwest of here Monday and Janice called the telephone op hotel about 18 miles east of here third thf sPiIJed out erator at Earling to give th The deaths were ruled a double Gravc Truck immediateaarm He said she apparent e deaths were ruled a double armed guards to prestayed in the r o o m and wa homicide Student CHARLESTON SC W A bomb sc a r e rat Rivers High School one of ffour Charleston schools integrated Tues dayVcaused officials to evacu building shortly after nam Firemen and policemen who rushed to the school found no bomb Twenty minutes after the evacuation the approximately 450 students including two Ne groes returned to their class rooms 20 IN CAMBRIDGE CAMBRIDGE Md Twenty Negro children enrolled n four previously allwhite Cambridge public schools Tues day There was no trouble Col William Ogletree com mander of the National Guard troops garrisoned in the city of 12000 said the integration went exceptionally well Two unarmed guardsmen were at each of the four schools and Ogletree said to observe report on the integration 14 IN SAVANNAH SAVANNAH Ga Public schools were integrated quietly here Tuesday as 14 Negropu pils took their places in class in two formerly white high schools Originally 20 had been ac cepted but only seven Negroes were admitted at Savannah High School where 13 had reg istered earlier School officials had im only seven were admitted A LITTLE TIPPSY A truck hauling 5000 gallons of which is in the rugged mountain bulk liquor ran into a ditch vent theft of the contents GEORGEWALLACE Farmer kills three then shoots self HARLAN members of a farm family were killec Monday when authorities said thejfarmer struck his wife with a claw hammer strewed cya nide powder in the house and shot himself in the head with a 22 caliber pistol Dead were Francis Schomer 43 his wife Teresa 41 anc their two daughters Janice 18 and Patty 5 months Two other daughters Jo El en 20 and Connie 16 were lospitalized here Jo Ellen was eported in critical condition rpm inhalation of cyanide fumes Connie under treat ment for shock was reported good condition Connie and four other chil dren were asleep upstairs when the early morning tragedy oc curred Authorities said they raay have inhaled some of th fumes but were not seriousl affected The other children are Carol School closed by force Birmingham may be next TUSKEGEE Ala jama state troopers on duty here o keep an allwhite school closed o prevent integration began pull ing out Tuesday A spokesman aid they were enroute to Bir mingham where white schools were to be integrated Wednesday Monday Gov George Wallace federal retaliation closec the Tuskegee school by force Tuesday he kept it closed using 200 troopers at the scene despite the local school boards reluctant willingness to obey a federal court desegregation order Earlier in the day helmeted state troopers redoubled in strength and supported for th first tune by mounteddeputies kept students of the schaB to gov ernors to postpone the start of thVfall iemrof until next Mondays V SM I i A vl back as the building for the second straigh dayeven though the Macon Court ty Board of Education said that as far as it concerned the school was open Thus the 12grade school waj ready for thereturn of pupUs rom the summer vacation bul the 215 armed state troopers sur rounding the building refused to et them in Col Al Lingo commanding the roopers said only Principal EW Wadsworth would be admitted to 14 Beverly 12 Russell 7 and I s Ronnie 4 They were being 1S cared for Monday at the horn of an older brother Sheriff Orrel Gearhart said overcome by the deadly fumes 4 tfrTenyeaVplctTroy Odpiniia Odom rolled inx tfie wreck r the Texas Childrens Hospital er also was killed Recordfoli on hig FROM OOB WIKK SERVICES of precovervlt Is riioth the building away b ecaus e Lingo said past the previous school is closed and they have no business in there The count at midnight local traffic accidents time Mondaythe end of the 78 during the long Labor Day weekhour holiday period showed 549 The nations nd claimed a record toll of traffic deaths topping the previ turned deaths for theholiday soaring far ous record set during the Labor Said Dflst thp hioh nt T AJOWI Day weekend last year Belated reports boosted total Wallace issued a stronglyword ed executive order directing the school board to postpone the start of fall classes in the one school VIonday because of what he called the threat of violence The previous white Tuskegee school was the only one in Macon ounty ordered desegregated at this time and only one affect ed by Wallaces order mounted sheriff s deputies came here from Dallas County underJbe command of sheriff Jim ClarkThe trained horsemen have been used previously to keep order during racial demonstra tions in other cities A Justice Department spokes man said Monday that the dis the local school ace SLAVERY IS BACK LAGOS Nigeria UPI Two erator at Earling to g i v e the Africans charged with trying to ialarm He said she apparent is were held Tuesday on charges of slave dealings Charles City womans son dies in Kansas KANSAS CITY Kan MVThe son of a Charles City woman Roy Idler 45 died Monday night after an altercation at a tavern Idler was the son of Mrs Frank Idler Charles City Police took Raymond James Wyrick into custody for ques tioning Idler was found dying in one tavern about three hours after he had been released by police a fight at another also 45 told police that Ifller struck him in the mouth at the second tavern and that when he hit Idler the lat ter fell and struck his head Idler was in Charles City last Thursday for thj funeral of his father following tavern Wyrick Predict decline in milk cows WASHINGTON Ag riculture Department predicted Tuesday a continued substantial decline in the number of milk cows during the fall and winter months The largest percentage decline since June 1959 occurred during the first half of this year when milk cow numbers dropped from 171 million to 166 million This represented a dttclite of 28 per cent The department said slowly ris ing costs are primarily responsible while prices received by farmers remain about steady except for a decline in the northeast National supplies of roughage for the fall and winter feeding season are expected to be sub stantially lower than a year ago although supplies probably will be ample in the North Central states and above last years low levels in most Southern states The decline in milk cow herds Is being reflected in milk pro duction The forecast is for less than 1255 billion pounds in 1963 compared with 1259 in 1962 Milk production declined a little less than 1 per cent in June and July from a year earlier The monthly decline from the year earlier level since the start of 1962 averages 8 per cent Cow numbers declined in all the North Central states but the larg est decline 38000 occurred in Iowa The sharpest percentage de cline however was in Nebraska Wisconsin which has nusiitained cow numbers unchanged from 1960 to 1962 reported a decline of 11000 cows Similarly cow num bers fell in all the West North Central states by 138000 or 36 per cent This substantially ex ceeded the 21 per cent decline in the East North Central states Cow numbers were reduced by 30000 in both Missouri and Il linois to 554 1 The slaughter ort the highways during the holiday was marked by several multiplefatal accidents including six inMichigan The worst accident occurred Monday when 10 persons lost their lives near Dayton in southeast Texas The Labor Day holiday traffic total marked the third record toll for this years threeVmajor spring and summer holidays The 159 persons killed oh Memorial Day was the highest for a oneday Decoration Day holiday During the fourday Independence Day holiday 557 persons lost their lives in traffic accidents a record for a fourday Fourth of July weekend In addition to the traffic deaths during the Labor Day holiday 7 persons lost their lives in boating accidents and 65 others drowned The overall accident death toll was 702 The breakdown of deaths Traffic 554 Drowning 65 Boating 9 Planes 6 Miscellaneous 68 Total 702 SAME Safety CStUck Fl   

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