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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 10, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Newspaper newspaper that makes all Narth I o wa ns n e i 9 h b o GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL prM ruU Wiiei MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 10 1W4 death Every detail is probed By DOM ftONAFEDE Nw York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON With pain staking detail the Warren Com mission investigating President Kennedys assassination is sift ing every shred of evidence aware that its final report will an important page of his tory Witnesses ranging from Ma rina Oswald Russian born widow of suspectLee Harvey Oswald to FBI experts on hair and fibers have been heard by See related picture Page 2 the commission at its Washing ton headquarters In Dalles scene of the Nov 22 assassination a fiveman team of attorneys have ques tioned over 100 persons These includewitnesses to the shoot ing of police officer J D Tip others wlx knew Oswald some whose lives only fleetingly touched his Following a mandate laid down by the panel chairman Chief Justice Earl Warren most of the activities of the commission are secret Nonetheless it has been learned that Jack Ruby con victed slayer of Oswald may soon give a sworn deposition to investigators Justke Warren already has reported that some of the find ings may not be released for generations Hehas since retractedthe statement apparently the pressure of an American public that the foil annaaav by tte com niisiibn 11 retained under rigid JaTlpokes manhas clearly indicated that nothing has been uncoveredto deflate the theory proposed earlier by the FBI that Presi dent Kennedys kilter was act ing alone No clue which might suggest the assassin the trigger man in a conspiracy is over looked So far f however the commission has found no evi dence to support the possibility The Russians have been co operative a spokesman said in providing data on Oswald dur ing his stay in the Soviet Union He noted that Oswald was a brooder a drifter and a loner who confused undisciplined Marxist tendencies with breast beating chauvinsim Witnesses have testified Os wald tried to kiU rightwing ex tremist former Maj Gen Ed win A Walker and once talked of killing former Vice President Richard Nixon In each in stance he played a solitary role Allen Dulles former CIA Di rector and a commission mem ber noted that the Italianmade mailorder rifle found on the sixth floor of Dallas Texas Book Depository bore among others fingerprints of Lee Har vey Oswald FBI specialists en hairs and fibers have Jqldthe panel that scientific deductions point to Oswald as the gunman The sole purpose of the com mission is to assemble all the facts and present a cohesive picture of the background and events surrounding the assas sination In line with President Johnsons directives the com missions report will be publicly released excluding sections dealing with national security to help dispel doubts that con tinue to nag many Americans At least another month of tes timony is scheduled The ing of a comprehensive report is expected to take several more weeks K TO SPEAK CAIRO MB Soviet Premier Khrushchev will address the Na tionalAssembly during his visit to Egypt next month North Iowa Moves to insure federal vocational aid tor the state The Iowa Department of Pub lie Instruction intends to take steps necessary to assure the states participation in a new federal vocational education act Siipt Paul Johnston told the GlobeGazette Thursday s In a telephone fihterview Johnston said the departmen will proceed despite denial o its request for to up dateits present state plan for vocational education vThe request was denied by the Iowa Legislative Interim Committee The committee voted 53 in allocating the money but six votes were needed foi passage Immediately at stake is quali Hcation for in federa funds to be spent in Iowa under FINALIST Marsha son 19 daughter of Mr and Mrs L 805 rederal Iowa 1964 Miss Pearson who is 5 feet 7inches tail ihasimeas surements is an operator for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co The con test winner will at an Iowa J Press Photogra phers Association convention in Des Moiries May 1517 Miss Pearson is sponsored by Jo Moore Stewart GlobeGa zette staff photographer The Globes Iowa Line The GlobeGietlei laof distance telephone wn to rather Infarnitlon fir tkls mritele the new bill known as Public Law No 88216 This money must be allotted by next June This is not tobe confused with a new federal vocational facilities bill which deate pri marily with v construction proj f1 need thie to hire Negro senator wounded BALTIMORE Md gunman fired five shots at Verda Welcome only Negro member of the Maryland Sen ate as she stepjped from her car at her home early Friday She was slightly injured when two ofthe bullets grazed her lower back and left heel ment iof aale plan og federal pro gram said Johnston But we intend to iise our present which already is to do what is necessary to qualify yfor the i No legislative ap proval is Well close up the rest of the shop for a week if necessary to get this job done Johnston emphasized that up dating present state plan doves hot mean the creation of vocatioaal areas in the state Legislators rejected a State Department of Public Instruc tion proposal to divide Iowa into 16areas each with a cen tral vocational e du c a t i o n school rail dispute All we Will do how is make our present state plan for vo cational education conform to new federal requirements said Johnston This shouldnt take too long Weve been allocating funds un der it for many years He said B H Graeber state director of vocational education is in Washington DC now to learn exact federal guidelines We intend to our state plan by midMay said Johnston We believe Congress will have appropriated funds by that time Johnston made it clear how ever that Iowas iull participa tion new vocational edu cation program ultimately must be based on th e concept of area schools The department is keeping an mind on this he con tinued 16area plan may not beiiglitfbut sSme gram must be adopted The fed eral program requires it In addition to the the etieral program proposes to spend million in Iowa in iscal 196465 and million hi fiscal 1965 if it qualifies T Place NK Both Careys car a 1959 model in S m rou akers BRASILIA Brazil AP A least two Brazilian congressmen were under arrestiFriday and Hint Yanks know what to say Mrs Wel come said after being treated by her husband Dr Henry C Welcome at their home Why I dont know she said Its just a miracle that the bullets just grazed me Mrs Welcome who first in troduced a public accommoda tions bill in the Maryland House of Delegates in 1959 was return ing from a testimonial dinner at a downtown hotel I had noticed some posters in the back seat and was leaning over putting them in the front seat I heard a shot and the left rear window shattered she said k Then the right fear window shattered but I thought I was Wst caught in the middle of MOSCOW AP The Soviet government has accused four members of the US Embassy of improper activities smacking of espionage but hasnt expellee themfromthe Soviet Union Instead the Soviets barred the quartet from traveling in the Soviet Union outside Moscow for 90 days There was no indica tion why they were not ex pelled the penalty The US Embassy said the senior British air attache in Moscow Air Commodore A N Davis was involved1 in rone oi the incidents with the Ameri Weather outlook SonefaHy fetr end warmer IwJBwf PVW9 IW IPM Utwrdey meetty clevdy in upper Sit f WMNMT something going street on in the When I heard the third shot I realised something had struck me I started screaming and fell n the seat but it only stung and I thoughtI had been hit by some of the glass The fourth or fifth shot wenl through her shoe and grazed her heel Or Welcome hW attended another functkm at the same hotel and had arrived home only about 15 minutes earlier He rushed out at the sound of shots but saw no 5iA refused to confirm or deny this or to say whether he also had been restricted to Moscow The US Embassy said the Soviets rigged incidents to make the Americans look like spies An embassy spokesmancon firming the travel ban Friday after news ofit leaked out said US Charge dAffaires Walter Stoessel had lodged protests with the Soviets and denied the Americans were engaged in any misconduct or spying The Americans were two naval attaches Cmdr Stuart Savage of Alma Kan and Lt Leonard Bracken of Philadel phia Pa and two air attaches Lt Col Edgar Smith and Capt Edmund Svetina both of Day ton Ohio TN embassy spokesman said the Soviets accused Savage and Bracket of making illegal photographs and Suiith and Svetina of penetrating military territory The spokesman said the ac cusations arose from separate incidents in which the Ameri cans were surrounded by angry crowdc in Leningrad andTula south of Moscow in February and March US diplomats believe Soviet authorities instructed the citi zens beforehand pick out the Americans and create a disturb ance OB both the AsvJE men were in civilian clothes but were in American cars The embassy spokesman gave this account of the incidents Savage and Bracken were rid ing i Leningrad Feb 14 when a crowd of irate citizens gath ered around the auto in St Isaacs Square The crowd kept Savage and Bracken in the car while they beat on the hoodand crawled over it Police shuffled them away after 15 or 20 minutes The US spokesman denied that Savage and Bracken took any photographs Smith and Svetina and the Briton were involved in a simi lar incident in Tula March 17 while driving back to Moscow from Orel After visiting sever al Tula stores they the main street and started to re lax by walking in a public park In the park the air attaches were ringed by angry citizens and Soviet military personnel who t detained them about 40 minutes and accused them of being on military property The spokesman said the park is near an airfield but is a public fa cility Kills prowler Finds out it is own daughter 5 FORT SUMNER NM W Kenneth Dorothy told a coro ners jury that he and his wife got up in the night to investigate the sound of breaking glass The two walked toward the source of the sound Dorothy old officers he shouted then ued a 22caliber pistol into the darkness believing the disturb ance had been created by a burglar The coroners jury Thursday iled the death of 5yearold Kennita Kay Dorothy was acci dental wanted list revblii tionary military leaders by passed Congressto press a na tionwide roundup of leftwingers Atleast 49 congressmen were sought on subver sion in the militarys sweeping purge extremists and supporters of ousted Presi dent Joao Goulart Brazils military ministers an nounced antisubversion meas ures in Rio de Janeiro Thursday night enabling military chiefs to suspend political rights for 10 years and to revoke mandates of federal state and municipa legislators withoutvcourt action The powers were contained in an institutional act orderec by the military revolutionary command without congressiona approval News of the wave of arrests brought an abrupt hali to a night session of the Cham ber of De iuties Acting Chamber President Afonso Celso demanded an ex planation from military author ities The congress was steeped in Worry shortens life he said in 193 at 70 KANSAS CITY Mo In 1939 when he was 70 Dr Rush E Castelaw told an in terviewer Worry shortens life Peo pie with adequate annuities outlive those with financial worry A man with a chronic ailment isapt to take good care of himself I have an ample annuity and I have a chronic ailment I should live to be a hundred Dr Castelaw turned 95 Thursday and saidhe couldnt see anything remarkable about it Hes the only sur vivor of the class of 1887 at Greenfield III High School and came to Kansas City in 1888 On the inside Editorials 4 Clear Lake news Mason City news 54 Latest 4 Sports news Ttfeyisien news lltt Society news 1314 Comics 15 Transit timetable U Classified pages 1417 Herth lewa news It as knots of lawmakers instead of the twothirds major uet conversations in J gloo held quiet conversations in the corridors yf Deputy Rolando Coribisier young Rio architect and mem ber of Goularts labor party was arrested at dinner with his wife and friends at the Hotel Nacional Coribisier was released but two other laborparty deputies Benedito Cerquera and Cocayu va Cunha remained in custody The institutional act also is designed to give the new inter im president more power over a reluctant congress in dealing with Brazils monumental gov ernment problems ircluding in flation and a chaotic economy It gives congress 30 days in which to act on bills proposed by the president The act permitsthe president to propose amendments to the constitution and provides for their approval by a simple ma jority of both houses of congress ity required previously C will remainin effect until tBeendof Goularfstunex pired term Jan 31 1966 It or ders congress to meet within two days to elect a provisiona president to serve the 20 The election is sched uled for Saturday The leading presidential can didate IF the former armychief of staff Gen Humberto Castel lo Branco a leader in Goularts ouster and a sponsor of the in stitutional act While some Goulart sympa thizers vanishedto elude arrest the military leaders justified the act by declaring their coup was an authentic revolution backed by the will of the na tion Former President Juscejino Kubtschek the Social Demo cratic partys 1965 presidential candidate hailed the measure as the final step in liquidating communism from Brazils gov ernment Makes personal appeals Strike threat off 15 days WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Johnson having won a de lay of any nationwide rail strike pressed through personal pep talks Friday toward a goal of erasing the strike threat al together The President invited labor and management representa tives to negotiate in the Cabinet Room at the White House And in another personal touch he held a conference in his office with Secretary of La bor W Willard Wirtzand four other federal officials Johnson got the union and management men out in the Rose Garden and made a direct appeal to them j He told them that he wanted an honorable a solution imposed by decree The President expressed con that the outcome of the alks would be in the interest of all Americans Noting that the rail work rules dispute which underlies the strike threat has defied all negotiating efforts for the past our years Johnson said We begin as failures We will finish I hope as suc cesses He urged an agreement with in IS days if not sooner The President late Thursday night persuaded five railroad brotherhoods to postpone for 15 days a nationwide strike The agreement came within less than two hours of the mid night deadline when 200000 members of five unions were to strike on nearly 200 railroads The entire nation is grateful or the patriotic attitude of both he carriers and the brother hoods said Johnson in an MocArthur in state at Norfolk memorial NORFOLK Va AP The ld soldier was home Friday his last long journey at an end General of the Army Douglas lay in repose in a flagdraped coffin on a cata falqueover the crypt containing lis tomb into which he will be lowered Saturday And this old Navy town turned ut by the thousands to pay final respects to the warrior most knew only by his glory and he symbols of his crushed campaign hat and the corncob pipe He will tie in state as the long lines pass through the pillared tfacArthur Memorial until the Episcopal funeral services at he pink and black crypt The reason MacArthur chose o be luried in memorial named for him is that his moth was wn raised and married n this seaport The general who always called himself a spiritual son of Virginia ac ually vas born in Little Rock Ark where his father Lt Gen Arthur MacArthur ioned at the tim was sta is The memorial itself efpnyerted courthouse and houses MacArthurs papers one corncob pipes and the hat with the gold anvpaign raid President Johnson head and homWg hat in hie final salute Thursday to the hero of three wars at the Washington airport The President will be repre sented at the funeral Saturday by Atty GenRobert F Kenne dy In cool windy yeather crowd of more than 200000 gath ered in a giant Air Force C130 Hercules brought MacArthurs body from the cap ital The generals widow and son Arthur 26 arrived with clergy military and civilian dignitaries a few minutes before For the first time in a week the ski here cleared and the casket was carried from the plane to a hearse with full hon ors including ruffl s and flour ishes a 19gun salute and the Navy band playing the generals march and the hymn God of Our Fathers The motorcade drove six miles to the citys outskirts where the casket was trans ferred to caisson draped in black crepe and accompa nied by a black riderless horse The cortege moved through the lined streets with an honor guard of six major generals four rear admirals more than 600 officers and men of the armed forces and a company of West Point cadets In thfi rotunda of the memori al the casket was placed on the purpledraped catafalque bear ing a silver fivestar nouncing postponement of the gravest labor crisis of his ad ministration Johnson had indicated deep oncern that a nationwide rail shutdown would cancel out the stimulus of the recent tax cut and seriously affect the U S In addition to top administra tion labor officials Johnson called in two wellknown private mediators New York attorney Theodore Kneel and University of Pennsylvania economist eorge Taylor They joined Secretary of La bor W Willard Wirtz Assistant RAILS Continued on page 2 Davenport switchmen go on strike DAVENPORT W About 400 switchmen went on strika Friday after an official said they did not receive orders canceling the nationwide rail strike The strike idled more than 1000 rail workers in the Quad City area Members of other r a i 1 road brotherhoods re spected the switchmens picket lines Jack Bates who serves as chairman for two switchmen lodges in t h e Quad Cities said he ordered themen not to work in the absence of cancellation orders   

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