Monday, September 9, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Daily that Nrtfc lowos nijhbor CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL m art felted Pne Fufl CITY IOWA MONDAY SIPTfMlfR f 1HJ JFK in bid President Kennedy tried Monday to build up bipartisan support for the limited nucjeartestban treaty by calHng in Senate leaders an hour before formal bate begins on the historic the Chairman J t DfArk said in his pre administration is pared remarks is that no na ratificatkm several tkm would be likely to survive as M announced tlvir an nrainiiaA President is tak ing no chances His meeting at TnA and Everett MJ Dirk sen may result insome biparti san statement of to the country that the treaty would not endanger US security TWO the top Democrat and the Republican on the Foreign j i i their endorsement on all but underground fr compelling fact of Cast doubt On trcfcily Perhaps timeVleiKl tp further esuH ban treaty would fenous perhapls the United States ae cqrding to a report released Pre Hy of 4c cording the subtommittee No VsafeguardsVsuchsas tne war rv T flit is this f prospect V that makes it essential fqr us to break out of the fatal cycle of fear and out of the fear and armaments and greater fear and finally war V nuclear test ban treaty il p will not the cycle i It is far hive than a marginal effect on this treaty can in some small measure the f fears and tee held on the pact arid then icatipn 1W Thet ldne dissenter BvLongj DLaV Armed Services sub separate secret hearings on Ihe treaty fm foreign relations group made no direct recommehdSn IMiss member Sen made lip his e Leverett s and Stuart ratification Sen Chase Smith is to join them Spending slows fSiiP 534 previous m 17 wh6 V TTtehusband Ef Josevand Marib Theywere named 5 after five iof Who as Efren Luis Pri a for the Creole etroteumjCbi subsidiaryof Standardon eight children from an earlier marria I Secretary of the Treasury rublicanfV said Monday federal a slower rate during the Ken than during the laitittiree years Dwight D Eisenhower was in the White House an A prggjnterview Dillon action oh the tax bill which would a reduction of about billion individual and cor porate income taxes Dillon believes that a Brookings Institute report which forecast that the basic imbalance would be corrected by 1968 was overly op SPENDING Please turn to page 3 spendingtag on istration as cpmpared to a previous one with that sort of record unless you are ready to at t a c k defense and space Dillon served under Eisenhower as undersecretary of state and was named to his present post by President Kennedy He said he still is optimistic about chances for passage of the tax cut bill which he said will do more for our economy and more for curing the balance of payments than any step J know Dillon said he is counting on in creased public support in the next few weeks to speed congressional North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and cooler Monday night low in 50s Some fog likely early Tuesday other wise continued fair and mild Highs Tuesday lower Ms WeaHwr details on Page 2 wife are divorcees ThenMtupletsVwere born dur fag a 50minute period shortly aft er midnight Friday Doctors said the first baby weighed 3 pounds 155 ounces the second 3 pounds 49 ounces the third and fourth each 3 pounds 14 ounces and the fifth 4 pounds 3 ounces de Pri eto There was or pain It was verified birthftf Iquih tuplets tothe Hemisphere Was thatbf thetbionne sisters in Canada Annette GecUe Emiiie andYvwine Diqnnewere borni May M died ria Fernanda Maria Cristini Ma ria Esther Carlo and were born inArgentina on July 15 1943 All five survive l The Dionne and Diligenti quin tupletsare Itheonly known five somes to survive infancy of the 50 or previous for which some sort of record ex ists Ike urges cut in spending before tax cut WASHINGTON Former President Dwight Dj Eisenhower urged Congress to j reject President Kennedys pro posal for a tax cut unless Ken nedy promises to halt the rise in federal spending Informed administration sources said Kennedy would not make the commitment demand ed by Eisenhower because such a promise could not be kept JACKSON a good thing I own my grocery said the proud father of girl quad ruplets Id be in real trouble if I didnt Thebiggestproblem other than facing Mr and Mrs Thomas N Harkins of Jack son is finding names for the quads they are A B The multiple birth Saturday night boosted the Harkins family to nine childreh The oldest Har kins child is 6 Doctors at St Dominics Hos pital removed the Harkins quads who all have long black hair and a healthy twin in cubators late Sunday Mrs Harkins said she had been expecting twins I even thought of triplets But four1 ifv vThe father 50 first saw his new daughters Saturday night when a nurse approached him and warned Harkins youdbetter sit down Heres three of them said nurse I think theres an other J The first was born at R03 and the last one nine minutes later Their weights range from 3 pounds 3 ounces to 4 pounds H ounces Hospital attendants and rela tives say three of thequads are look alikes However doctors termed them fraternal quadrup lets rather than identical Statistics show only one quad ruplet birth inevery 1250000 Jackie JFK merger eM tm Ute a Ptptr rf Two No 112 MOBILE NEGROES TURNED by Ahe as saying he married wife rseyeral hours after tber of fmediial specialists kept 4 alipost two the babies Saturday night in Schools open to towns Race barrier falls hoWever BULLETIN MOBILE Ala Judge Daniel H Thomas Monday signed an order re straining Gov George C Wal lace from interfering with scheduled integration of a Mobile white high school BIRMINGHAM Ala AP State troopers sedt into action by Gov GeorgeWallacehaired Ne groes from jiubiic schtxiis at Mobile and Tus cegee the federal courts had ordered desegregated s But Alabamas color barriers in public education at the ele mentary school level fell for the first time when two first grade pupils were admitted atHunts ville In aseries S of predawn execu ive orders Wallace had directed hat segregation be maintained at Birmingham Mobile and Tuske See Hewas silent about Hunts Hoj alorted NationalGuard units at Birmingham just in case they in cities where segregation maintained least for the time being read copies of the Wallace orders when they spark interest in this kiined out of schboi windows shout Wbei a state pbliceiiiofficiai told a 16 yearold boy be no school boy Wa turned away fromi Ramsay High on a segregated school bus driven by a Negro aiew minutes after White pupils had entered the uilding at Tuskegee They never eft thebus A stepped forward order He then passed out r graphed copies A state trooper when it departed Two N eg r o girls who ap roached West End High School Senate acts on Gron in Birrhirigharn were met by Col ouskis nomination which Ken AlLingo statepatrol chief Two submit in the next NeffTO laurvorc tiiara iuUV ffiW llavs RiflWoiLT TV Negro lawyers were with the girls You will not be allowed to en ter leave the canipus Lingo told the group several times Attorney Ernest Jackson in quired Do I understand you are telling me tpMeave Im telling you to leave im mediately Lingex said governor has pledged to preserve law and order in the state and he will do whatever is necessary Bill Jones Wallaces press secretary said in advising that National Guard units had been alerted by the governor at Birmingham J uMeftere Mobile Negro leader announced that a fed eral court suit challenging Wal laces actions filed im mediately in order to get these kids in school The governor has no more right to violate federal law than he has to violate state law Leflore said At Washington Atty Gen Robert Kennedy went into con ference with top Justice De partment aides on Wallaces latest attempt to block de segregation Crying mothers watche 750 schoolboys of Chilean An High School in Saigon are arrested and put in trucks for transportation to detention camp Vietnamese infantry were called in to break up the demonstration against President NgoDmhDiems light With no contest in the race ui juoauu is m 1 betweenincum chool board voting m Mason ity running extremely light in Mondays election By 2 votes had been cast i 354 Jlas year and 366 in 1961 There are inore than voters in the Mason City dis Gronouski is hew US tfl v f ronouski 43 Wise onsin ax com missipnery Was namec sieppea j lorwara commissionerwas namec and informed them0f the Wallace Monday by Kennedy order He then niit postmaster general jfronouskiwilljSucceed J Ed nacaie inxjper r wm aucceeuj juo was in the bus witn the Negroes ward Day t he original post when it deoarted v master Vffenpral in master general in Kennedys who resigned Aug 9 Sidney W Bishop will ontinue to serve as acting post master general a position he has held since Days departure Gronouski a Dempcrat has been commissioner of taxation for the state of Wisconsin since January I960 Prior to that he was research director for the tax department Inside The Globe MISS AMERICA rejects sex appeal in contest Page 2 ACCIDENTS Iowa on weekend Page 3 six in Editorials Comics ntws EDITORS Thwrv day President and Mrs Kennedy will celebrate their Wth weddiuy anniversary Tho wodding It years age of one of Wethmg tens most bachelors and a young socialite is recalled in north Iowa raws Latest markvts Mason City news 1417 CUar Cakt news ig Transit 20 Classifiad pages 2021 election in Mason City Is bent C Frederick Beck n d John Jack Lansing for a county school board seat The three vacancies on the Mason City school board are being sought by Mrs L Wk Swanson Gilbert K Bovard and Edgar S Gage t higher vote of the last two years Wasprobably due to contests for school board Foilr caadi dates were seeking the threa seats in1961 and four were seeking the two avaHabia in 1962t In spiteof the 2pm n those tye1962 count idged ahead later in the day or afullelection total of 1405 as compared witha dayend 1258 in 1961 Even con estedschool elections normal voting turnouts far be ow those of primary and gea evralelectiohs Polls close at 7pm for chool elections an hour earlier than other elections Voting for the eight recincts in Mason City are 3recinct 1 School Administra tion Building 2 Waterworks Cerro Gordo County Court louse 4 5 Pritchard Motor Co 6 Roose velt Junior High School west 7 S and 8 National Guard Ar mory The vote by precincts up to pm Monday and in the three irevious school elections was s follows i 1940 st 13 29 rd 45 th 17 68 th 25 th th 27 1W2 36 31 35 36 65 34 66 43 66 13 76 42 59 44 61 13 22 31 57 18 40 44 41 13 TOTALS WASHINGTON years a crowd of some 3000 broke through police lines in Newport RI to catch a glimpse of a fa bridal couple Sightseers had come in busloads for what society writers declared was Newports most lavish wed ding since its heyday Kneeling on a satin cushion at the altar of St Marys church John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Jac queline Lee Bouvier exchanged marriage vows of the Roman Catholic Church A simple wed ding band slipped on the brides finger the marriage on Sept 12 1953 4 Kennedy 36 was then a fresh j mail senator His bride was a 24 yearold postdebutante socialite of Newport and McLean Va who most recently had been the inquir ing camera girl for the Washing ton TimesHerald This week as President of the United States and First Lady the Kennedys wffl observe the anni versary of their marriSge which caused such a stir at Newport a decade ago v The1 wedding was an elaborate from the start with a blend ing of social political and diplo matic worlds The Kennedys and Fitzgeralds had been in Boston politics for years wintered at fashionable Palm Beach Fla and summered at Hyannis Port Mass The Bou viers and the Lees were well known in banking and stock ex change circles They spent their leisure mornents at Southampton NY and at Newport The merging of these famiUei drew page one attention quite a stir 10 years ago and diplo The crowd that had simirM The crowd that had slowed traf fic and clustered on the lawn of the church pressed forward and cheered the bridal couple as they i emerged Kennedy grinning At the reception the newlywed Kennedys stood for three hours greeting their 1400 guests The Kennedys wedding cere mony was set for 11 am but the crowds were out early milling about for more than an hour beforehand to catch a glimpse of arriving notables A motorcycle escort brought the bridal couple to the church sep arately and they entered by a back door Jacqueline whose father John Vemou Bouvier 3rd was ill came escorted by her stepfather wealthy Washington stockbroker Hugh D Auchincloss She was loudly applauded and police had to call for more men and ropes to keep back the crowd The bride was preceded by her matron of honor her younger sis ter Caroline Lee Bouvier 20 now the wife of Polish Prince Stanislas Radziwill but then only recently married to Michael T Canfield of New York secretary to US Am bassa4or Winthrop Aldrich Maid of honor was stepsister Nina G Auchincloss now married to po litical hopeful Newton Steers of JACKIE Plaase turn 2