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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1964, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated Pi ess and United Press International Full lpasf Wires mASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 1964 llOc a Paper Consists of Two One cf test for Johnson will come as Congress opens WASHINGTON AP Con gress opens Tuesday what promises to be a politically charged election year session with the emotionpacked civil rights issue offering an acid lest of President Johnsons leader ship Johnson is expected to place heavy emphasis on passage of a broad civil rights measure opening new doors to Negroes along with an billion tax cut health care for the elderly and other domestic proposals in his State of Ihe Unior message Wednesday These are leftover items from the Kennedy administration To them Johnson is expected to add some proposals of his own and perhaps some specifics of his promised war on poverty Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield warned his col leagues as they concluded the marathon 19G3 session Dec30 that it was just a beginning of the 88th Congress and that tin second session would con front them with some of the most difficult decisions which this or any Cow ss is likely to be required to reach The House Rules Committee begins hearings on civil rights Thursday If they drag on ad vocates of the bill are expected to push a discharge petition to bring it before the Hnise The petition had been signed by 170 of the necessary members when the House adjourned The House finally passed the tax cut measure Sept 25 after long committee sessions and behind the scenes maneu vers The Senate Finance Com mittee resumes vork on the bill Wednesday with more than half of the 5G amendments pro posed since House passage still to be considered Congress is going back to work after an eightday breath er Its 1964 timetable is com plicated by the fact that the national political conventions will be held this summer If we do not move faster Mansfield said it will very like ly mean that we will have to come back to the session after the conventions and we arc apt to have another 12month Con gress Mansfield has said the ad ministration supported Social Security financed health care for the aged plan will be pressed at this session The House Ways and Means Com mittee still reported predomi nantly opposed to the plan re sumes hearings on the legis lation Jan 20 Already passed by the Senate but never acted on by the House arc youth employment bill designed to provide thousands of jobs in conservation camps and on local public service proj ects million mass transit subsidy bill to help large cities with commuter problems bill to create a domestic peace corps A move to put an additional million into the depressed areas program was rejected last session by tin House but approved by the Senate The House will have another chance to vote on it Rocky Pm no yes man Says his views offer choice ALBANY NY UP Gov Nelson A Rockefeller says that if the Republican party nomi nates him for president he will offer voters a clear alternative to Democratic party philosophy There are fundamental dif ferences between my views and Democratic views he said in reply to a charge by Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona that Rock efeller is a mctoo candidate Rockefeller and Goldwaler re the only declared candidates for the Republican nomination Goldwater announced his can didacy Friday and opened his campaign by saying Rockefel lers views sound more like a Democratic platform than Re publican philosophy Goldwater chief spokesman for GOP conservatives said no other Republican candidate meaning Rockefeller could offer voters a genuine alterna tive to the Democratic adminis tration of President Johnson Rockefeller who resumed his campaign in the New Hampshire presidential preference primary over the weekend told a news conference in dont think that mcloo label has any application to me I think that was just a political state ment on his part Goldwater begins his New Hampshire campaign officially Tuesday His assertion that Rockefeller espouses a New Frontier philos ophy could become an issue in New Hampshire where Republi can ranks include a substantia bloc of conservatives Rockefeller knows his reputa tion as a liberal could be trou blesome in New Hampshire His first major political speech in this campaign contained a de tailed analysis of his funda mental differences with Demo crats on such issues as bal anccd budgets and centralize government Rockefeller indicated at news conference he would con ccntrate his immediate fire o Goldwater Boggess boy 3 chokes on roll and dies Unity pleo from Bethlehem Popes visit ends Thousands greet pontiff on return ROME UPI A weary Pope Paul VI returned triumphantly to Vatican City Monday from an un precedented pilgrimage of prayer to the Holy Lane where he appealed for Christian unity and issued pleas to 224 world leaders to devote themselves to the cause of peace The 66yearold pontiff was greeted by a 21guv salute the pealing of hundreds of church bells and the cheers of waiting thousands when his jet airliner landec at Ciampino Romes tary airport after a flight from AmmanJordan Earlier in a stirring appeal from the birthplace of Christ lem long before the Popes ar rival and only about 2000 chi dren and other spectators wer allowed in the square But sur Pope Paul VI called on Chrisrounding rooftops and streets ians to unUe and bring to all jelievers supreme blessing and honor of a tHted church As his historic threeday pil grimage in the Holy Land neared its end the 66yearold pontiff issued greetings of good Will to all and nonbeliever Departing from nis prepared text he called on Photofax POPE SURROUNDED Pope Paul VI circled is hemmed in by the crowd as he arrives in Bethlehem Jordan sector as his threeday pilgrimage to the Holy Land nears its end Algona farm home leveled in blaze ALGONA A farm home be longing to Beryl Priebe was de stroyed by fire Sunday night The farmhouse four miles southwest of Algona near Uo bartson had been vacated Sun day by the Russell Shiplcr fam ily An employe of MVcstern Buyers Shiplcr moved to Al gona He has five children two months to six years The fire was discovered by he fire seemed to have started in the furnace area None of the outbuildings was burned Wille estimated the loss at the worlds chiefs press for peace of state to The Pope urged Roman Cath olics to do all they can to re vitalize their church in the quest for unity and appealed to nonCatholic Christians to join in the cause about It was partially he said covered by insurance Today the will of Christ is pressing upon us and obliging us to do all that we can with love and wisdom to bring to all Christians the supreme blessing and honor of a united church were jammed Robed in red Pope Paul stooped to enter the doorway of the old than four feet descended the 16 worn steps to the grotto of the Nativity to celebrate Mass The pontiff knelt at the chap el of the manger in the cave 34 feet by 12 feet Nearby sunk in the marble floor was the 14 point Silver Star of Bethlehem which tradition says marks the spot where Christ was born The Popes voice was IOIK and resonant as he uttered th ancient words of the Mass Loudspeakers carried it to the Might renounce test ban If Goldwater is president WASHINGTON AP Sen Jarry Goldwater launches his campaign for the White House Monday vowing that f he gets there and finds it to ouradvantage he will renounce he limited nuclear test ban treaty The Arizona senator his sights trained on the Republican presidential nomination makes his first speech as a candidate tonight before a GOP fundrais ing dinner in Grand Rapids Mich Tuesday he turns to the top target in his quest for the nom ination New Hampshire Gold water plans to spend three days there campaigning Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday for votes in the March 10 presiden lal primary the nations first of 1964 Phototax CHRISTIAN LEADERS MEET Pope Paul VI right leader of 550 million Roman Catholics and PatriarchAthenagoras I leader of 250 million Ortho dox believers meet in Jerusalem The meeting was the second between the church leaders during Pope Pauls threeday Holy Land pilgrimage They hailed the end of centuries of silence between their churches crowd in the church above and to the throng outside After the Mass the Pope moved on to the adjoining Runaway girls picked up in Charles City The Pope journeyed the wind ing road from Jerusalem to Bethlehem on the Feast of Epiphany commemorating the visit of the three Wise Men to Church of St Catherine to make the major address of his Holy Land visit This is the historic hour In which the church must live her profound and visible unity the Pope said the manger and the first mani It ib the hour in which we 1 I I U I 1 I H J1VJ II I LI 11L festation of Christ to the correspond with the wish tiles Pope Paul was the first Roman pontiff known to have CHARLES CITYThree ifijvisited the spot of the Nativity yearold girls who had run awayi Thousands thronged the town of Jesus Christ that they may Court to rule on Prince Edwards private schools WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court agreed Monday to rule on requests that it take prompt final action to reopen public schools of Prince Ed be perfectly one so that the Ward County Va on a deseg regated basis by next Scptem from the State Juvenile Home at Toledo Sunday were picked up by the Charles City police Robert Loss of Algona who was passing by He tried to call from the next farm but a circuit was CHARLES CITY Robertlburncd out so he had to drive a early Monday morning The girls one of whom of Christs birth for the pon tiffs historic visit and for Or thodox Christmas Eve services starting three hours after the Popes visit But Jordanian is troops and police took extraor from Osagc were found in precautions to prevent Wayne Boggess died at the Cedar Valley Hospital Sunday after choking on a piece of roll The son of Wendell and Edna Conslicn Boggess of rural Rudd he was born May 2 I960 Surviving are his parents two brothers Bruce 9 Brian 6 a sister Annette 11 and his paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Calvin Boggess New Hampton He was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters who died at birth Funeral services will be Tues day at 2 pm at the Gross mannHagc Funeral Home in Charles City Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery here North Iowa Weather outlook Mostly fair Monday night a littlt warmer northwest part of zone lows in tow 20s Tuesday increasing cloudiness and a little warmer chance light snow north part by evening highs upper 30s to low 40s Weather details on pagt mile north to place the alarm from the Jack Henry farm all night service station about five minutes after receiving a call from Toledo officials that the mob scene that threatened the Popes safety in the old city of Jerusalem Saturday they were missing The other Coils of barbed wire iron Assistant Fire Chief Chester girls were from Sioux City and barriers and rows of armed Mapleton The girls will be held Wille said by the lime they ar rived the roof and sides were urning and the entire basement engulfed in flames He saidicials come for them ringed Manger Square inoutside the Church of the Na Chartcs City until Toledo offilivity Police and troops closed the winding road from Jerusa POPE Please turn to page 2 On the inside More litigation followed in fed eral and Virginia state courts The Supreme Court in an un signed order said that in view of the long delay in the case since the 1954 decision and the importance of the questions I presented it will hear argu County education officials March 30 on the case The Supreme Courts order closed Prince Edward public her schools in 1959 to avoid court ordered desegregation The Prince Edward racial Editorials 4 controversy has been in courts North Iowa news Slsince May 1951 It was one of the original school desegrega tion cases decided by the Su Society news 89 Clear Lake news 12 Sports news 1314 Bowling news 15 Latest markets 16 Mason City news 1617 preme Court in 1954 In 1955 the Supreme Court Comics Transit timetable Classified pages 18 20 2021 returned the case to lower fed eral courts with instructions that they enforce with all de liberate speed he 1954 decision outlawing school segregation noted it was taking this step ivithout waiting for final action in the case by the US Circuit ourt Negro parents had petitioned the Supreme Court to dispose of all issues in such convenient haste as to give the county school board time to reopen schools next fall Supporting the ents the Justice Negro par Department in a memorandum to the Su preme Court said This case is ripe for decision now President has two large jobs in 1964 By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson up against two tests since he took office has worked on one from the begin ning and starts in on the second one Tuesday His des tiny is interlocked with both of them The to keep himself in the public eye and mind fa vorably to get elected next No vember President Kennedy had almost three years It do this Johnson has less than a year The to get work out of the Congress 11 has been criticized for laziness and stall ing It is perhaps the most criti cized Congress in this century It shows not much sign of embar rassment He will help himself political ly by staying in public view with statements pronouncements programs and camera appear ances He will hurt himself polit ically if he cant get his pro grams through Congress No wonder if numbers are the yardstick In the House his Dem ocrats outnumber Republicans 256 to 178 and in the Senate 67 to 33 But at this time in Amer ican politics and history the numbers arc part of a myth The myth is that there arc only two political parties Actually there are several although all huddle under the test of one par ty or the other Each is made up of liberals conservatives and re actionaries For this the various groups shift and team up ignoring party labels on spe cific pro grams often get ignored or slaughtered It is ironic that the more suc cessful a president in foreign affairs in guiding the economy to prosperity in giv ing the people through his lead ership a sense of safety and iess hell get from Congress The reason Congress seems to have reached a point where V it is reluctant to act unless there is a crisis or unless it is under great public pressure in some particular moment of pub lic need But when things are going well in the fields outside Con gress the less action can be ex pected Thats about the best explanation that can be offered for congressional delay on a tax cut and civil rights in 1963 This year being an election year there will be a special in centive for both House and Sen ate to do more than last year so those seeking reelection can point to something when they go to the voters next November It is this psychology of an election year which may be Johnsons greatest help in try ing to get his programs through programs which will be basical ly Kennedys programs unless Johnson adds new ones in his State of the Union message this week But the election pressures alone wont mean success for Johnson not in a Congress with such divisions in attitudes as this one plus the yearly wheel ing and dealing on issues Since Johnson is not as placid a man as least on the chances look good that he may get lough if Congress frustrates him and get into fights Fights in turn might hurt him in the public eye f Goldwater got in a dig Sun at his only announced rival for the nomination New York Gov Nelson A Rockefel er Gov Rockefeller is used to giving money away and Im not thats the difference oldwater said in calling for revision of the UN charter to orce its members to pay their dues or lose their votes Goldwater also took a crack at President Johnson calling lis government economy drive a show with little substance He is putting up a good front the senator said The neon lights are blinking and the ilt balls are rolling but he is not an economizer Goldwater one of 1 senators who voted against ratification of the treaty that outlaws nu clear tests in the atmosphere under water and in outer space said in the NBC television interview program Meet the Press that his vote on the test ban was sound I still think it is of no ad vantage to the United States he said The treaty had more accrual of good to the Soviets han it did to the United tales But if you were President nd you were able to renounce le treaty would you do it he ras asked If it appeared to be to our dvantage to test in the atmos ihere yes I would do it he aid Despite his stand on the trea y Goldwater said he would not lose the door on disarmament negotiations with the Soviet Un on Goldwater said the United States could not live in the Jnited Nations with the charter having been ignored if Red Chi na is admitted Rockefeller has criticized Goldwater for demanding with drawal if Red China is admit ed and Goidwatcr said the gov ernor goes further Hsays that I have advocat ed getting out of the United Na ions and I cant recall ever laving said that But he did call for withdrawal when the United Nations moved to put down the Congos seces sionist Katanga province SAME DATE1W4 V
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