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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                ed Kennedy recovering i L I I i rers broken back in air Diane whir k doctor said Saturday Sen Edward iv youngerbrother of late President John F ina crash Kennedy injured le broken back a hospital statement said the senator has the use of his arms and legs Less seriouslyinjured in the crash was Sen Birch Bayh DInd and his wife Both were reported in good Saturday t j jSaturday Kennedys administrative aide Edward Moss 41 fu of injuries suffered in the crash He died at a m the hospital said The pilot Edwin T Zimny 48 of Lawrence died in tne crash i DrCorjiden Sen Bayh suffered a hip contusion and scratches nis arm He said Mrs Bayh complained of soreness but was not He said neither suffered a serious injury i engine plane crashed in an apple orchard in the western Massachusetts town of Southampton as it neared West Spring field fc to been endorsed by acclamation at the Massa chusetts State Democratic Convention for the US Seriate seat once held oy nis brother The word of the crash shocked the cheerful convention which adjourned talking of postponing the rest of the sessions fol at least QI1G WGCK o kadteft the ted by been scheduled to Was read over a telephone hookup at their summe Mrs Rose Kennedy the senators mother was at the Kennedy p gHynniB Port with her ailing husband former amSdor Joseph P Kennedy when the accident occurred fpff fhr Gen F Kennedy and a Sister Mrs Stephen Smith Jeftthe compound for the hospital as soon as they received word of the VIS thelr biother thev went to bed at the Ahno ffM felvd a landing at Barnes Au pott in Westfielda Springfield suburb been COCkpit W3S dpped Open like Sfc had dion Another said tne nose of the plane was crumpled like an accor Ht Saiith rgK wing had been knocked off A revolving red beacon atop the plane led searchers to the wreckage Police Chief Robert Leveille of Southampton said he found Keri he felt The h the wifeJoan had hurried to the hospital immediately pKS ruPOrtedTfc Pm She was escorted by Peabody who rushed her out of the convention hall daring which brought him the conventions endorsement for re WiS the roll call4he shocked convention recessed because of the accident Cheers rang oufe when the chairman John E Powers of South Boston announced that Kennedy had survived the crash t Police reconstructing the crash said it had been raining earlier Springfield 8rouridfog had settled as the plane neared of Southampton who with two nephews arrived tavfter the to have plummeted on top of the apple trees and into a knoll He said the wimrs were jammed against the fusilage K ruefu Said was to talk but askecl that he not be power4 the umter their own President Johnson telephoned the hospital from San Francisco to inquire about the condition of the senators JMancucoto York om WASHINGTON days of debate the longest its history the Senate passed h civil rights bill Friday nigrt y an overwhelming 7327 vote With that historic hurdle leared the bill goes the House on Monday where it is xpected to receive prompt ap proval L k AH APRM1EJS BJOTHER Hospital m Northampton ar Atty GenHobert F Kennedy followed Saturday to visit their brother Sen thyevJarriSveerWMfh Edward M KennedV wa they arrive at the Cooley Dickinson in a plane crash Friday night Tragedies plague i Kennedy family HYANNIS PORT Mass AP have plagued the family of Joseph P Kennedy from oldest to 20 years Assassination violent death and plane crashes have claimed four of the clan of the onetime ambassador to England Illness has taken its toll from the paralyzing stroke that hu 76yearold Joseph Kennedy to the lung disease that took the life of his infant grandson Pat nek Bouvier Kennedy when he was less than two days old And the tragedter this family have had to bear include the heartbreak of a daughter suffering from mental retarda tion The latest accident a plane crash in which the youngest of four Kennedy brothers 32year old Sen Edward M Kennedy was injured Friday night came as members of the family were gathering at their summer cot tages here still mourning John Fitzgerald Kennedy1 who be came President toi theV United States at the age of 43 and was slain in his 47th yValr by an as sassinsbullet last Nov 22 Cape Cod had been the joy ous gathering spot of the Ken nedys and President Kennedys widow Jacquelineand her two childrenhad arrived there in separate private planes a few hours before Sen Kennedys pri vately charterecTplane crashed The family rallied again to face the latest trouble together Their saga of sorrows stretch es back to the days of World War II It will soon be the tth an niversary of the tragic day Aug 12 1944 when oldest of the nine children of Joseph Patrick and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed on a World War n secret mission Lt Joseph P Kennedy Jr just 29 a Navy pilot was flmg a drone plane aimed at knock mgout German V2 rocket bases It exploded and he was lost Four years later in May 1948 his yearold sister Kathleen already a wartime widow was killed in a plane crash in south ern France She had been mar ried in England in May to William Cavendish elder son of the Duke of Devonshire Four months after the wedding he was killed in a World War II infantry charge For the Kennedys there seemed always to be a mixture of good fortune and bad Joseph Kennedy had proudly North Weather outlook Ptrtly eteudy Setvrdey night Sunday Cooler participated in the inauguration of his President seen Robert named attorney general but before the first year of Pres ident Kennedys term was end ed the elder Kennedy sufferec a stroke on the golf course si Palm Beach Fla Dec li 1961 It left him with some paralysis of one arm arid impairment ol speech from which he has noi fully recovered V And he never could fully sav or the joy of having three of hi sons in the highest government posts President attorney general and senator Of the 23 Kennedy grandchil dren one Patrick Bouvier Ken nedy died in infancy while hi father the President kept sor rowful vigil in a Boston hospital Two others were born by emer gcncy caesarean Malaysian Summit setback TOKYO Wl The Malaysian Summit by a walkout then a return by President Sukarno of Indonesia up just short of total failure Saturday Sukarno and Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman clashed over guerrilla activities in Ma laysian Borneo and Rahman said flatly the summit confer ence had failed1 But President Diosdado Macapagal of the Philippines got the two feuding leaders to sign a statement agreeing to turn their differences back to a foreign ministers meeting for study This put the summit back where it was at midweek acts of aggression against us A Malaysian aide said Rah mans government had notified Thailand to stop its work of try ing to verifythe withdrawal o Indonsian guerrillas from Ma laysian Borneo In the midst of the dispute on hostilities Sukarno walked ou of the meeting But he cam back two hours later On inside In his statement the summit Indonesia refused to stop her Chwctt newt 4 City news Sewrts news 1 Classified 1M North Iowa news 1 The plane by Daniel E Hogan of Andoyer V triW tPfB v Mass who had been scheduled to fly to Springfield with Kennedy left Washington earlier Witnesses said he was the first to arrive at the hospital the newspaper that all North lowons neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 20 W4 UOe Piptr at two SectioaihlstctloB On Associated Presi Full No 113 Big win fo that fter a brief strugglethefineas armthe federal govern ment with the greatest power ince Reconstruction to attack acial discrimination will be President Johnsons desk eady to be signed into law by ruly4 In San Francisco Johnson pplauded the action declar Senate passage of the rights ill is a major step toward equal Pportumties for all Americans congratulate senators of both parties who worked to make passage possible I I look forward to the day which will not be long forth oming when the Dill becomes aw That will be a milestone n Americas progress toward ull justice for all her citizens1 Civil rights leaders also hailed passage of the measure as an act of good will and reconcilia ion and the greatest single riumph for human rights in our country since the Emancipation Proclamation From the South however1 came predictions of Disaster rom some Dixie governors Al abamas George C Wallace pre dieted the American people wilLremove from office those responsible fi Since Feb 10 when the House passed its version oflhe rights bill the focus of attention has beenon the Senate where the bill faced its deepest peril from the Southerners razorsnarp parliamentary weapons of delay and filibuster Finally1the broken twhen the Senatevoted June lOr for the to invoke cloture on a civil rights debate That set the stage for Fridays r civil rights bill jammed the visi tors gallery and overflowed into a line that trailed under the pil lars and down the broad Senate steps All 100 senators wereon hand includingSen Clair Engle D Calif recuperating from two brain operations who was rolled up the aisle in a wheel chair The roll Jcall moved swiftly and over The gal lery broke into applause Voting 46 Demo crats and Republicans Against it were 21 Democrats 20 sixRepublicans including Sen Barry Goldwater of Arizona the frontrunning candidate for his partys presidential nomination After the roll call most of the senators left thefloor Many ipwever stoppedx to congratu late the Republican leaderH Ev erett M Dirksenand Sen Hu bert H Humphrey DMinn the bills floor manager for their bipartisan efforts in driving the bill through Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield remained on the floor to announce the legislative pro gram for nextweek when7 the Senate plunges into a massive backlog of although most senators were gone he kept the Senate in sessionlong enough to pass 50 minor bills The bill new 9rovnd foi federal civil rights law at least in modern times in three respects It would ban racial discrimination and hotels Vating places gasoline stations and en tertainment centers and some other places of public accom modation 1 All phases f employment in cluding hiring firing promo tions and Bunionmembership ssisjtedstate and local programs Federal funds wouldbecut off if the discrim ination is not ended In addition the bill would greatlyincrease the power of the attorney general could sue to schools and public facilities such as parks and libraries and could assist individuals in a wide variety of cases brought to obtain the vequal protection of the laws An underlying theme of the bill is a shift to federal court injunctions as a principal meth od of enforcement of civil rights This involves thetacit assumptionit ishard to get convictions under criminal statutes The measure would broaden two previous acts on voting rights establishing among other things that an ap plicant to register is presumed RIGHTS Continued on Page 2 Fumes fatal to boy from Albert Lea ALBERT LEA 3yearold boy from nearby Hol andale who had been in a coma after whiffing fumes from a jar that had contained a dead y insecticide Wednesday night died Friday night in a hospital here The child Jonathan Mondeel apsed into a coma and had xsen in critical condition since the incident at the farm of his parents Mr and Mrs Arendt Mondeel The jar from which doctors said he apparently in haled fumes had contained par athon an insecticide his father had used in the spraying of cabbage plants An antidote was flown here fronv New York but physicians said Jonathan never responded to it Throughout his hospitali zation he had difficulty in breathing and was kept alive in a resuscitation device SAME DATE1HJJ45 SSSSJ d Expand recreation Hughes says By JAMES R OWENS HIP voar if By JAMES R OWENS Gov Harold Hughes camping in Mason City on the fourstate Hiawatha Pioneer Trail that he initiated said that recreational facilities on the trail and across Iowa need vast expansion We have no program for con servation of our natural re sources no plan for the fu ture the Governor said Meet ing the needs he said will call for great capital spending But he said millions of dollars worth of natural areas already have been lost through ignoring the problem Gov Hughes was interviewed at the AllIowa Campout at Margaret M MacNider Park at which he was a special guest Pointing to of the young sters among the thousands camping at the weekend event he asked Where are these children going to go to camp when they grow up The states population the Governor said will double by that time where would ihe year 2000 In spite of usstate Iowa is the only state not because of us with the nations two greatest What he asked will it takeovers on its borders the Gov to hold an AllIowa Campout at said rivers with vast po tential for recreation as well as transportation and industry The Governor placed respon sibility for the Hiawatha Pio neer Trails success now direct ly upon the cities and counties along it He personally began the lion that resulted in the four slate trails creation he said The trail has now had promo tion and is getting its sign mark ers If local communities do not mark their attractions and pro vide facilities for travelers at reasonable prices he said people will go home as some have from the New York World Fair saying the prices are too high and the people are rude And they wont take the trail again In his remarks at a press conference the Governor sev eral times praised the work of you put that many people to day Conservation p r o g r aming that began in the 1930s was al lowed to die out the Governor said There have been some re cent gains he said through such things as establishment of coun ty conservation commissions and authorizing taxes to support their work founded commission to study all the stales existing recreation areas and those that should be ac quired for recreation he said but he emphasized that he fore sees a major job in providing adequate areas One reason he has been eager to settle the boundary between Iowa and Nebraska he said is to make possible development of the many acres of riverside land that still is in a naturaljlhc Mason City community in the rapid creation of the camp site a beautiful spot I hope all major commu nities would follow through with this kind of thing the Gov ernor said Camping is one of the things that should be possible on the Hiawatha Pioneer Trail he in dicated It has been found that more than half the population takes no more than two days off at any time in a year he said People like this and those in the middle income category need somewhere to go for rec reation that does not require great time or expense he stat ed People will go he said But somebody scms to have to tell them where That is what this trail docs The Democratic Governor answered some questions on politics Barry Goldwater he said would be easy for the Demo cratic party to defeat for the presidency But he said both parties should put up their best men for the office of President and in my opinion Barry Gold water is not the best the Repub lican Parly has The scope of the preme Court decision calling for apportionment of both houses of state legislatures on a popula tion basis surprised him he said But he was pleased at the re suit and expects urban areas to assume the responsibility that goes with fair voting power ho said V The Governor repeated that he thinks the resignation of Benjamin Bacr as state director of corrections was basically a matter of personality problems and lack of communication over a period of time between and the Iowa Board of Control He respects both theboard and Bacr he said and both bclievo in a prison approach including both rehabilitation and disci pline   

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