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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Ncwspopci newspaperthat mokes all North low ans CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 2 1944 copysThi Paper W Two Oa No 71 JOIN IN of eth jjiTjup oi ivieun odists from throughout the country join hands and outside of Pittsburghs Civic Arena Saturday as they protest their churchs stand on integration which they say is not positive enough See story on at home of LONDON Lady Astor the Virginia belle who despised Hqudr liut Ipved poli tics so much she becanVe the first woman to sit in Britains Parliament died Saturday She would have been 85 on May 19 The woman whose acid wit riled countless Britons and de lighted countless others during her quarter of a century in Parliament died at Grimsthorpe Castle the Lincolnshire home of her daughter Lady Ancaster northeast of London The exact nature of her illness was not disclosed but a mem ber of her household said This is not a sudden thing It is just old age The situation has been the same for many weeks said her son The once controversial figure had withdrawn from the public eye since her appearance on a television interview 18 months ago Lady Astor will be buried pri vately in the chapel of the Astor home at Cliveden in hamshire Cliveden had been the scene of many gatherings j social and political of leaders in the Britisharistroiracy and y er at 84 World War II Memorial services will be held in London ard Plymouth Dates have yet to be an nounced Lady Astor who was known affectionately in Parliament as Nancy took her seat in the House of Commons as repre sentatiye of SuttoV division of Plymouth in 1919 She served until 1945 s Sharp tongued and witty Lady Astor cherished a number of pet NANCY ASTOR Fiery sprint causes subject was she so outspoken as on abstinence from drinking She even lec tured Josef Stalin for allowing the sale of vodka in Russia Foil in elevator kills Garner man here He was found at the bottom poverty bill revision is sought WASHINGTON major reshaping of the administra tions antipoverty bill is being attempted by Democrats on the House Education and Labor Committee Although some provisions rec ommended by President John son may be scrapped in the process the Democrats working on it say the end result should be i stronger bill than Johnson submitted There is trouble at the mo ment however because each member has a different idea of how the program should be fo cused and agreement may be hard to come by There also is a problem of committee jurisdiction The chairmen of two other commit tees have had to be brought in on an informal basis to work on some of the provisions The chief thrust at this stage to be to beef up the ed ucational features in the bill particularly to channel more money to schools in urban slums and impoverished rural areas an hour to free his body A hole hadto be cut in the bottom of the elevator because there is no opening there The tower from which he fell is 55 feet high according to officials of the con crete company Funeral services will be Mon Pm at the Klemmc Methodist Church The Rev J E Albertson will officiate Burial will be in Concord Ceme Garner with Bohn funeral Home in charge ler Neb he was the son QI James and Mary Roul He was married to Emily Simmons in Mason City Oct 12 1934 She died in are two daughters Mrs Duayne Darlene Hansen Kanawha Dorothy Roul a tele phone operator in Mason City a son Douglas with the Forces at Oak Harbor Wash two brothers Emil and Charles and two sisters Mrs Frank Rise Simerl and Mrs Joe Vaiasta Vomacka all of Schuyier and two grandchiN dren North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy with occasional light rain or showers throu9h Sun day Not much temperature change Lews in the Sat urday Weather details en 2 ardent feminist Astor of New York lashing a who did not share her views In the last months of her life she was a virtual recluse Born m Greenwood Va Lady Astor was married twice Her first marriage wasto Boston socialite Robert Gould Shaw I lasted three years In 1906 she wed Waldorf Astor grandson of Jotin Jacob ft A sampling of Astorisms BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A collection of Lady Astors epigrams would fill a small book of such distinctive style it could bear the title As perhaps Aster isks Here is a sampling of the comments which made her so famous ON MOTHERHOOD All this sentimental slush peddled about mothers is just too sick ening Motherhood is only a quality of mind and outlook ON THE SEXES Women like men for what they are not what they look like Men like women for what they look like riot what they are ON WOMEN We women are not always asking for superiority for weve always had that All we want is equal ity ON MEETING STALIN Why do you insist in carrying on a Czarist form of govern ment You know what I mean your enemies with out trial and all that sort of thing ON NEWSPAPERS The more I see of the press the op s said i lesserknown figures who posed her multiple causes These included women rights prohibition birth nursery schools and tight ishAmerican friendship tematic It also included loyalty to the ment Confederacy no ated Jrbe more I thank God it has influence on people Only a master of the English language could cap her Win ston Churchill It happened in the House of Commons Lady Astor If I were your wife Id put poison in your coffee Churchill If I were your husband Id drink it Report calm on Cyprus NICOSIA Cyprus The calm that has settled over Cypdetermined rus lingered on Saturday with only a few shots reported around the island during the night v HI tllti 417 J Greek Cypriots who spent up were owned by Henry Slebe to seven hours in church on the Greek Orthodox Good Friday began celebrating Easter week end Saturday morning and their newspapers closed down for a fourday holiday During the night scattered shots were reported by the Unit ed Nations in Nicosia in the area of Krini Village on the slopes of the Kyrenia Range and at Ambelikou and near Xeros both west of Nicosia There were no reports ol casualties served V tu the he was elevatedto the House o Lords Lady Astor was elected to succeed him He died m 1952 They had four sons and a daughter One son J j Astor now represents the Astors in the Plymouth seat Lady Astor was an unrecon structed Virginia rebel who be a peeress of the United Kingdom and first wittiest most famous lady member the British Parliament She proclaimed until the end of her days Id rather be rattlesnake than aYankee For years the newspapers o the world werefilled with her battles with such opponents a Generalissimo Stalin Sir Win ston Churchill the late Sen Jo Explosion rips U S ship in Saigon harbor SAIGON with lions ELDORA eavy damage to four b wildings on the public here Friday night square water A he hour for townspeople to lather for shopping night when he blaze broke out at the south west corner of the square The fire destroyed an up ry Steinfeldt and damaged the ambles Furniture Store oper by Mr and Mrs Erv and Browns Shoe Store The Crosson Food Market di rectly on the corner suffered water and smoke damage Oc cupants of four apartments on upper floors of the block reached safety Officials were unable to esti mate the total loss Fire Chief Orville Lamb said it was at first believed the blaze started in the upholstery shop the origin later was traced o a storage room in the furni ture store The cause was not Chief had four buildings facing on different streets at the corner Flames were confined to the rear sections of the furniture ouuin viet warn The USS Card World I aircraft carrier hole in the baby flattop said they could not determine yet whether the blast that sent by one of the allj ivilian crew or a malfunction seven Nazi Uboat in the Saigon River the engine room j unk by an explosion or 73 crewmen escaped tn1 But she was partially authorities were when the predawn exploj i by the high tide in three tore a hole in the vessel A Communist bomb settled her on the bottom of ers who inspected the to the outside 48footdeep river the Cards fiight deck fwo superstructure showed above water for several hoursj after the blast at low tide But vith the incoming tide at midday the Cards keel broke free1 the muddy bottom and she m actions INTIANE Laos e Souvanna Phouma preof the shaky Laotian neutralist leader old newsmen he was now able o speak for both parties oyernment announced Sata merger of the proclamations of unity have aeen repudiated in the to alist and rightwing group which we used to call the Savannakhet rightwing has pressure said I am1 AP Communist the name of the relented under US Vfl and Saturday in the laipst i he expressed hope that the proCommunist Pathet j me in ico i border hassle hauling down East German flags from loco ditorials would follow the for two US troop hurch news bound for West Germany ociety news May Dayi flag dispute ear Lake news 10 ports news viifiv TOIIOwec a joint BritishSoviet declaration in London Friday night a fourhour delay at the East German border when the ewman Surveyor restoration of the train commanders refused atest markets unripr let the transports cross Eas lason City news T t uiiuci ouuvanua The two countries in a territory while the pen cii omics ii by Soviet Foreign flew ti usiness news Andrei A Gromyko after Jth lasstfied panes Foreign Secretary Germans provided engine lorth Iowa news A Butler sharply flags and the trains a coup by an undisturbed trip 13 days ago which para lyzed1 the 110 miles of East Ger many t irses unfair ICAGO W A carriage any has filed suit seeking strain the City of Chicago ticketing its horses Ye Olde Carriage announcing the merger Souvanna did not say whether it had the agreement ofthe rightist coup leaders who broke with the top men in the rightwing camp Prince Boun Oum and Gen Phoumi Nosavan in 3r3 PTin f h A observers viewed the incident as another attempt by the East Germans to establish additional precedents for control of the access routes to West Berlin The Western Aliies do not recognize the East German in the suit filed in LUC and have resisted the Friday that the city insurgent tactics of trying to jrtaken a deliberate officers clamped away Western rights in tc and unlawful over the isolated city of the operation of of Vientiane April 19 two one bound for Souvanna and with 144 passengers house the other for Bremerhaven aes junta demanded revision of the Cabinet giving the rightwing a larger voice The left West Berlin shortly after 6 pm At the Potsdam border point j opposed the demand German authorities pro with an attack locomotives as usual but forces in thp Plaine engines flew East German apparently in honor of confers with Day Pathet Lao K hoe stores but there was damage from smoke Souphanouvong at Pathet Lao headquarters in Kuang Khay tram commanders ammed on the emergency rakes when they noticed the Lamb The East Germans or ifth building housing with reporters for the locomotives away y Farm Supply Store lime inside his the cars stalled on the ened before the fire the coup Souvanna in the Berlin suburb A ht under control about the rightist officer was seen nearby ara had the only fire deent at the scene but came from other Harsunty towns Hubbard UnVhitten Iowa Falls and iboat said If he Pathet Lao accepts the same procedure the same way of behaving my task vill be greatly easier As cochairmen of the Indochina peace settlement Britain and the Soviet Union are East Germans told the US commanders their cars would not be allowed to proceed unless the Americans gave in The East Germans customarily provide locomotives for the crossing f Lamb said the blaze good start before it for overseeing the 962 Geneva agreement US commanders apeared to be under direct orders Laotian hold their ground U allwas partially refloatedfc till riding low in the water Makeshift patching of the iad slowed the inflow of water rS authorities said and lumps were working furiously i the flooded engine room in he hope the Card could be kept rom going to the bottom again The keels breaking free with he tide indicated there was still nough buoyancy in the ship to ceep her afloat if the ould win the race with the in oming water US authorities first as umed that Communist Viet Jong terrorist s swam or rawled under the wharf where he Card was docked attached n explosive and detonated it ilectrically However after divers could not determine ex plosion was shipboard or from without attention was also urned to the possibilities of abotage by one of the all ivilian crew or a mechanical Her days of glory past and dwarfed by giant carriers tha was assigned to the US Military Sea Transportation Service and classified by the as an aircraft ferry Though a naval vessel she is manned by civilians In World II the Card won a Presidential Unit Citation for sinking seven Uboats in the Atlantic in 1943 She acted in concert with the destroyers Bo rie Goff and Barry and together they were believed to have sent a dozen or more submarines to the bottom the most in naval history The fbuVvesserteam escorted troop convoys and freighters across the submarineinfested Atlantic the Card often acting as a decoy Uboats in a web of depth chargeslaid by the destroyers Planes from the Card protected the convoys The Card which weighs 15700 tons loaded and measures 496 feet long is less than half as long and only onefifth as heavy as the huge nuclearpowered at tack carrier Enterprise the worlds largest She resembles a regular aircraft carrier only smaller Immediately after the pre dawn explosion tore a hole in to engineroom bulkhead the Card began settling to the mud dy river bottom She normally draws 26 feet when loaded and he amount of sinkage was re ported to be about 22 feet Borge Langeland 49 the civil an captain from New Orleans said there was a possibility the with old helicop ers bound for the United States capsize Damage to the stricken ship lad not been fully determined Langeland said it probably would be many weeks before he Card could be repaired re floated and made fit for again The Card arrived n Saigon Thursday with a load of helicop ers and fighterbombers and was scheduled to sail for the SHIP Continued on Page 1 INDEPENDENCE Mo AP S Truman who never gave or asked quarter in his own political campaigns wants this years presidential candi dates to use discretion in their oratory The former president who won the 1948 presidential elec tion witha blistering campaign that brought on one of Ihe big gest upsets of the century was feted Friday in one of three scheduled birthday celebrations He will be 80 May 3 The 700 persons who attended the farmers tribute to the still vigorous expresident were a Jittle surprised when he told them As we approach the heat of the contest I hope that the candidates and their spokes men use discretion in their cam paign oratory that they not sac rifice our national interest for oratory HST says the sake of narrow partisan po litical advantage Now I am not exactly a mildmannered campaigner my self and I have been known to hit the issues pretty hard but HARRY TRUMAN watch oratory I never injected our foreign policy into any campaign and I have never engaged in per sonalities There are those who might disagree with the latter part of that statement but they were not present at a luncheon at which speaker after speaker lauded the former president es pecially for his contributions to agriculture President Johnson sent a mes sage read by Agriculture Secre tary Orville L Freeman which said Im proud to join with my fellow farmers and ranchers to pay tribute to the president who stood up for farmers when they needed him You set a standard for agriculture that 1 intend to carry on Freeman said Trumans staunch support of the farmer prevented a price collapse that would have been disastrous aft er World War II Former Presidents Herbert Hoover whose 90th birthday is coming up in August and Dwight D Eisenhower sent their best wishes   

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