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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                The newspaper that makes all North lowans ne Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 3 UOc i Paper Conalsli of Two On Associated Full Wlrci No 124 Rights bill reaction varied Some see trouble others hail new legislation King Great thing Photofox NEW Former Florida Gov Lcroy Collins is head of the new Community Relations Service created by the Civil Rights Bill Collins appointment was disclosed by President Johnson prior to signing the bill into law in an elaborate ceremony Federal pay hike assured WASHINGTON 17 million government workers plus federal judges and mem bers of sure of a pay boost now Thc Senate late Thursday re moved whatever doubts may have lingered by passing 58 to 21 a payhike bill that is somewhat more Mberal than the measure which cleared thc House on June 11 But it jabbed at the Supreme Court by cutting thc justices proposed increase by twothirds Sponsors hope to work out a final version soon after Congress returns July 20 from its recess for the Republican National Con vention Members of Congress are as sured of a increase from the present to since both versions agree on that Thc Senate defeated all ef forts to reduce eliminate or de fer thc hike until the federal budget is balanced The Senate bill would boost Cabinet officers to 000 and allow increases of 000 or more for 367 other gov ernment executives Thc House had voted a salary for thc 10 Cabinet members The drive to hold increases for Supreme Court justices to instead of thc vot ed by thc House and recom mended by the administration was led by Sen Gordon Allott Called Magna Carta of U S B7 THE ASSOCtATKlJ IKKSS Reaction to the new civil rights law ranges from praise of the legislation as a Magna Carta of human rights to a pre diction of real trouble ahead President Johnson who signed the law shortly after Congress completed action on it Thurs day appealed to all Americans to join this effort to bring jus tice and hope to all our people Mississippi Gov Paul Johnson said at Jackson that lie expects real trouble when Ne groes seek desegregation of pub lic accommodations in that state under provisions of the new law Answering a question at a news conference the governor said he did not think restaurant and hotel owners should comply with the law He said many peo ple feel the law is unconstitu tional and it should be tested in the courts sary Wilkins Magna rights RColo He argued that their pay is out of all proportion what Congress members re ccive Sen A S Mike Monroncy D Roy Wilkins executive secre tary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colbrcc People and the Dr Martin Luther King Jr head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference indicated their groups will speed tests of com pliance and go to court if neces called Carta the law the of human King said Thursday was a great day for America and a great day for democracy Gov George Wallace of Ala bama said I believe the legis lation is unconstitutional and if unchallenged will result in thc destruction of individual liberty and freedom in this nation He made the declaration in a telegram to Secretary of Com merce Luther H Hodges in de clining an invitation by Hodges to participate in conferences on putting the law into effect AFL CIO President George Meany said signing of the law represents a challenge to American society a chal lenge that calls for thc full reali zation in fact of the rights now established by law The trade union movement like every oth er segment of American life must do its part in meeting that challenge Mayor Albert Boutwell of Birmingham Ala said No body will bother the Negroes as long as they seek remedies available to them under the to ncw law iMayor Ivan Allen Jr of At anta said that for the last 100 years the Negro has had to Okla countered that this is team to be a courteous and po hardly the time to downgrade lite loser and now the thf Supreme Court has the responsibility to a But Allott drew the support of courteous gracious and law thc Senates Democratic leader abiding winner Mike Mansfield of Montana and the Southerners and triumphed 46 to 40 inside The chief justice now receives a year and other justices T Up Thc 600000 postal employes would get increases averaging 56 per cent MAHALIA WED CHICAGO AP Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson 50 was married Thursday in Chicago to Mintcrs Sigmund Galloway 47 a contracting firm salesman H was thc second marriage for both North Iowa Weather outlook cloudy Friday night lows in middle Ms Saturday partly cloudy and slightly cool with scattered showers and thunderstorms lower to middle 80s Weather Details on Page JONATHAN MACAPPLE The truth about him on Page 8 Clear Lake news j Television 34 Editorials j Mason City news 17W Latest 7 Society Sports 910 Comics n Transit KmctabU U Three hours after he House ent the legislation to the White House Thursday President Tohnson signed it with an ap aeal to all Americans to join his effort to bring justice and hope to all our people From the South came indica ions the new laws constitu ionality will be quickly chal enged Mississippi Gov Paul ohnson cautioned that he ex pects some real trouble when Vegroes seek to desegregate mblic accommodations in that Deep South state t Hardly was the Presidents lignature dry before civil rights HES A STICK IN THE Relief from a long hot spell was found rpv i Photofax Ine look on his face would seem to in dicate resistance to any plans by his NEA airs Iowa trouble in Pleasantville hassle SEATTLE AP Iowas recent school troubles at Plea santville where 18 teachers re signed were aired Thursday before the National Educa tion Association Fred C Nus whose resigna tion under pressure brought on the upheave told the NEA national convention The extremist groups preaching hate and suspicion arc more dangerous than com munism lo our way of life A sad part of their attack on our schools is that it is the children who suffer the most Nus urged the teacher dele gates to expose extremeright meddlers even if it jeopar dizes your job security He said he didnt believe un til a year ago that any school can be demoralized by the ex tremists In Plcasa n t v i 1 e they moved in quietly and worked with the conservative element in town and were able to cre ate an atmosphere of hate and discord so extreme that 18 teachers resigned Nus said Nus told the convention that the teachers who ieft Pleasant ville had no trouble finding better paying jobs for the com ing school year For himself lie added the right job hasnt turned up In a statement issued during the NEA convention Mrs Jcn nellc Morhead president of the national PTA claimed that right wing extremists are try ing to lake over the public schools to dictate what shall be taught and who will teach Barry sees chance of explosion WASHINGTON AP Sen Barry Goldwatcr fears thc prcs dcntial campaign could build nto a civil rights explosion perhaps triggered by fringe ele ments in his own following Thc Arizonans concern was reported Thursday and he was said to be calling on clergymen and other advisers some of hem Negroes seeking counsel on methods of averting trouble Goldwater he front running contender for the Republican presidential nomination voted against the civil rights bill aft er saying he questioned the con stitutionality of its accommoda tions and employment provi sions Senate Republican Leader Ev erett M Dirksen of Illinois a chief architect of the bill has agreed to place Goldwatcrs De Gaulle visits in W Germany BONN Germany dent Charles do Gaulle came to West Germanys capital Friday to try again to line up Chancel lor Ludwig Erhard behind De nri ana name in nomination at the GOP National Convention in San Francisco The Arizonan hope this will take sonic steam out ol the civil rights issue Also he has said that as president he would enforce the bill vigorous ly and impartially Patrolman as he rushed to the help of officer m St Louis McCulIoch 37 and a 15 huMvork in cracking a narcotics ring Sus vjght admitted he kidnaped a day As another officer tried apprehend Glynn a gun battle developed the offi r called for help McCulIoch answered the call and was sjam Glynn was charged with he murder Tests come immediately WASHINGTON iff The civil rights bill is the aw of the land Friday and civil rights groups immedi tely began testing whether its sweeping provisions gainst discrimination reak generations of racial arriers in North and doors of motels theaters that had Algona youth being held oh 3 counts ALGONAif Duane Webb 19 Algona appeared Thursday in he court of Justice of the Peace Milton Norton He was bound over to the district court with set on bonds totalling hree counts Webb has been charged with two cases of forgery Bond of was set on each charge Bond of was for a charge f breaking jail Webb had been free on bond since May 20 when he ap organizations announced plans to see if the law opens to Ne groes the restaurants been closed to them Be ready to make a start even though a modest July 4th declared instructions to Southern chapters of the Con gress of Racial Equality for probing racial policies in places of public accommodations The swiftest test came outside the Kansas City One minute after the legislation be came law a CORE sitin was launched when a young Negro couldnt get a haircut in a hotel barbershop Down in the South a spokesman for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Com mittee said integrated groups vcrc served for the first time n at least seven Albany Ga establishments Thursday night Officials charged with enforc ing the law are hoping for wide spread voluntary compliance But the government is prepar ing for courtroom tattles and the Justice Department soon will ask Congress for more money to add more lawyers to its civilrights division In his address on signing the bill broadcast by radio and tel evision the President stressed that the law first relies on vol untary compliance to achieve its goal of striking down racial bar riers in employment schools voting public accommodations and federally aided programs The White House A is Plmtjfi v PRESIDENT SIGNS RIGHTSBILL peared in the Villiam Finn harge On or about court on a of Mayor car theft June 16 he al egedly passed checks at Hotel Tall Pauls Tavern and wo others at Algona Lanes June 30 he was arrested for passing a bad check for to vhich he signed his own name t a Titonka cafe Justice of the eace Delia Welter sentenced him to 10 days in jail on that Charge Wednesday evening he broke away when Sheriff Kalph Lind iprst took the evening meal to iim at the Kossuth County jail he sheriff chased and caught him and returned him to jail Forest City convention set Monday FOREST CITY A conycn ion to select thc Republican candidate for state represcnta ive from t h e newly formed VorthWinnebago district will e held Monday at 8 pm at the Winnebago County courthouse lere The convention was made nec essary by the death of the par ys first candidate George Car man Buffalo Center just bc the primary election in freedom forbid it Morality for bids it And the law I will sign tonight forbids it Even as thc President spoke Johnson was suggesting Gov that Mississippi operators oT accidents public accommodations should Your automobile or n11 in me cation division issued a list of jute you leave thc town limits tips on how to drive on the and never violate a posted 01 roiirth of July weekend to avoidsuggested speed limit accidcnts Take in the whole drivin accommoaauons should j Your automobile can be a picture by glancing two or tlirrQ in your times rat ore Tune The ti attended by civil rights and the Republican and Demo cratic leaders who steered thc Jill on its long stormy passage through Congress climaxed nore than a year of effort be un by the late President John Kennedy Johnson said the denial of equal rights and equal treat ment to Americans because of he color of their skin can no longer continue Our Constitution thc founda tion of our republic forbids it he said The principles of our CLOSE UP OF SIGNING PresidentLynE B Johnsons hand signs the 1964 Civil Eights bill at a ceremony in the White House Hints for safer driving on Fourth DES MOINES a speedster nor a starer be when youre on the highway the State Safety Department ad vised motorists Friday The departments safety edu can kill your family lhc divl sion warned It gave these tipsfor the hoi iday driver Gradually adjust yourself to highway speeds Dont start driving the speed limit the mih ality can be tested hands Driven improperly it Sokol wins nomination times at danger points rather than staring fixedly at them This will let your vision cover a large area instead of focusing on a specific object Stop often along the way for a coffee or soft drink break to help avoid driving fatigue Start your trip early allow ing plenty of time to reach your destination without speeding Dont follow thc car ahead too closely Allow yourself an escanc area or time to stop if another driver makes a mis take Lpt your wife take care of x e ae care o Rcpiat the district convention would lltc children Dont be distract ui mi lUOll Itl LUIIVCIlllun WOU Howard Sokol had a hard time help him in his race this fall winning the sixth District nomi After his long strucclc sue nutinn fnv 1110 ivjiip TLI UJ4KIL oUL nation for Congress but it didnt cess came suddenly He drew laLo IKo C i H 1 JT i talce the Siblcy businessman jlong to start his campaign for Republican central comlnc gcncra election Minutes after he was named thc GOP candidate at a district convention here Thursday Sok miUecs of both of the involved ounlies have endorsed persons or the candidacy The Winne bago County committee has en dorsed Tiiford Christcnson For cst City area farmer and thc re Vorth County committee ndorsed Reuben Rustad ired North wood farmer Whoever the convention rom natcs will have to face Demo crat Harold Mueller Manly in he November election Mueller las been the state represcnta ol accepted an invitation to ap pear at Inwood with his Dem ocratic rival Sioux City Mayor has Stanley Grcigg Sokol fold northwest Iowa Re publicans he would carry a big Greigg HOWARD SOKOL Starts campaign cd by passengers in the car Dont pass another car un less there is plenty of room and remember that theres intersection every mile on Iowa highways Keep your temper Getting angry while driving causes many accidents Slart for home early to avoid night driving if possible Remember that you wont be ai fresh or fastthinking on the re turn trip was a lough opponent Republican leaders in the dis volcs 0 th described as at the deadlocked ast two legislative sessions William Imlau Kensctt area armcr is the chairman of the iVorth County central commit ee and Dudley Weible Forest ity attorney is chairman of the Winnebago County central Committee quickly united after Sokols sc 17th ballot convention far short of the 275 needed for nomination Then he got help from Dr Jom Powers of Ksthcrvillc who lection ami told the from the race and state legislator they would his supporters to shift to him to thc hilt in his campaign Sokol against Grcigg They did and Sokol captured Sokol said the experience he gained fighting for thc nomina SOKOL lion in the primary election and Continued on Pag 2   

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