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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North lowac Daily Newspaper Editttl for tht Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOLW The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Associated and United Press International Full Leas Wires MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1961 7o a Copy TMi Paper Consists of Five SectionsSection Ono No 191 Governor vetoes two bills Three on desk Neutrality definition is puzzler Big obstacle at Geneva By DON COOK New York Herald Tribune News Service GENEVA Now that the Laos conference is under way the world should begin to find out before very long whether the great central historic purpose for which 14 nations have gathered in Geneva can be realized That historic purpose is not so simple as merely arranging peace or armistice or a permanent ceasefire in Laos Much broader than that the great powers and their supporters and gobetweens have come to Geneva to try to find an answer tP a question on which the fate of much more than Laos may well hang THE QUESTION is this Can the Communist half of the world agree with the nonCommunist powers on a formula for neu trality for small states which both sides would accept as genuine and both would pledge to maintain and support If Laos can become a sort of pilot model of defined and ac cepted neutrality agreed by East and West then this Geneva con ference may turn out to be much more historic and farreaching than most of the meetings which have been held in this city of lost hopes Although Austrian neutrality is often held up in discussion here as an example of EastWest agreement on the issue the ex ample does not really apply be cause of the vast difference in the nature of the two problems Austria in the middle or Europe was a country with a stable antiCommunist govern ment which wanted nothing but a Russian withdrawal from its ter ritory in return for which it was perfectly willing to ensure its own neutrality between East and West LAOS IS A small jungle land of 2000000 population so far not oc cupied by any of the great powers with a notoriously un stable political history and in a pathetic state of underdevelop ment Where in the case of Austria it was a matter of withdrawing military forces of the great pow ers and letting Austria pledge her y AP Photofai SHOE HORN ANYONE Fireman Harold Hawkins comes to the aid of Doris San chez who wedged herself between the walls of two San Francisco homes while trying to retrieve a toy Firemen were able to release the child after a halfhour by sawing a hole between building studs and lifting her out Doris was rushed to the emergency hos pital where she was for a dirty released Must act within 2Vz weeks DES MOINES Gov Nor man Erbe Wednesday vetoed two bills passed by the 1961 Iowa Legislature The vetoes were his fourth and fifth One of the bills would hav required reorganization of the State Central Committees of both political parties because o a reduction from eight to seven in the number of congressiona districts in the state The other bill vetoed would make changes in the Iowa Su preme Courts rules of civil pro cedure IN HIS VETO message on the reorganization measure Erbe said the existing statutory pro cedure for the selection of mem bers of the State Central Com mittee of both parties is entire ly adequate to properly dispose of any minor problems which may arise because of the loss of a congressman and the retluc jtion of the congressional dis tricts The governor said specific provisions of the measure if en acted would only tend to pro mote confusion as to the par ticular application in the selec tion of succeeding members of the committees Erbe said of the bill revising civil procedure that the recom i mended changes in the measure i would only serve to thwart ex peditious administration of jus tice in this state THE GOVERNOR said the ef feet of the bill would have been to nullify changes in the rules of civil procedure recommended EXKRESGE HEAD DIES DETROIT Mich UP Daniel C Fisher 77 president of S S Kresge Co from 1946 until his retirement in 1953 was killed Tuesday when his car struck a tree Police said he apparently N own neutrality through a treaty the reverse is the a heart attack in Laos It is to keep opposing great power military forces out of j the country and then agree fromj the outside to maintain Laos as aj neutral and independent state1 What Austria could do for herself j the great powers are trying to agree to do for Laos It is not going to be a simple exercise Semantics alone tend to defeat agreement because neither the United States nor the Soviet Union really means the same thing when it uses the word and certainly there is not much trust on either side in the intentions of the other at this conference by a group of distinguished members of the bench and bar of the State of Iowa following a long study based upon the need for changes disclosed by experience in Iowas court rules The Governor however signed one of six bills consid ered controversial That propos al would increase semitrailer truck permit fees from to a year This left three controversial measures on the Governors desk He has until June 9 to de cide whether to sign them into law or veto them They are bills to change the way in which the highway com mission can acquire property for controlled access roads grant an additional exemption from the two per cent use tax to cer tain manufacturers and alter the retirement systems of city policemen and firemen MOTORCYCLE ESCORT AS FREEDOM RIDERS BUS ARROW LEAVES MONTGOMERY ALA Photofax Freedom riders on the move Reach Mississippi BULLETIN JACKSON Miss UPI A busload of freedom riders invaded Mississippi Wednes day and were arrested when they tried to enter the white rest room in the Jackson bus station FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES MERIDIAN inter acial group of freedom rid ers rolled into segregation conscious Mississippi Thursday n a red white and silver Trail ways bus They were stoppedriders left Montgomery in an for a time short of the border other bus while National Guard troops checked a bomb threat report National Guard planes and a helicopter circled overhead scanning the pine woods that line highway route in to Mississippi the souths strongest bastion of segrega tion At the same time the first group of freedom riders crossed Still another group including four white religious professors from Connecticut and three Negro students left Atlanta by bus to follow the same route taken by earlier freedomriders There was every indication that the events signaled an all out attack oh the souths segre gated bus system The Rev Martin Lulher King Jr the the line into Mississippi a sec1 souths top integration leader ond group of Negro freedom said he expected there would be freedom riders on nearly every jleft for New Orleans La in bus that leaves Montgomery during the next few weeks The bus from Montgomery did not stop at Meridian where the bus terminal bristled with more than 100 armed National Guardsmen and scores of city police It went on to the state capitol at Jackson At Montgomery earlier in the day the 11 and Ne the racial barriers in a bus station lunchroom Then under heavy military guard they continued assault on Southern seg regation National Guardsmen with fixed bayonets and state and city po lice sealed off the block around the Montgomery Trailways bus station to prevent a recurrence of the bloody weekend race riots which followed arrival of some of the riders here Saturday And to guard against demon strations along the route a con voy of approximately 75 Guards ExIowa eager named in bribe nutshell ews in a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES YET THERE ARE good logical grounds for concluding that there is a basic mutual interest in both sides in a truly neutral Laos From the standpoint of the United States there is certainly no prac tical political or strategic interest in armed intervention by Ameri can forces in a jungle land with no access by sea The Russian interest in neutral Laos is more difficult to reason or ascertain but in the French view it has its roots in RussianChinese rivalry The Russians do not want to see a further expansion of Chinese suzrainty the French thesis runs and accordingly it is to Russias interest to get agreement here in Geneva on a neutral Laos in or der to keep the Chinese out There remains of course the vital question of what sort of a government Laos is to have If the country goes Communist from in side what good is a neutrality agreement The only answer is the fact that there seems to be no alternative in this situation but to try neutrality and hope that it works Kennedy to address Congress WASHINGTON President Kennedy will ap pear before a joint session of Congress Thursday to deliver in person his plea for increased federal spend ing on space military and foreign aid programs Thai proposal supported GENEVA The United States supported a Thai proposal to add Indonesia and Malaya to the East West conference on Laos anticipating that they would swell the pressure for a sound plan to pacify and demilitarize the Southeast Asian battleground Johnson returns home WASHINGTON Vice President Lyndon B Johnson returned from his flying mission to Asia on a note of hope for free world prospects in the vital area He was warmly welcomed home by President Kennedy who hailed the trip as a great public serv ice Arrangements set for talks VIENNA Arrangements are completed on all the major points for the summit meeting between PresidentKennedy and Soviet Premier Khrushchev in which the two leaders will confer for eight or more hours in intimate talks on eastwest issues June 3 and 4 Goldwater amendment loses WASHINGTON The Senate turned down by voice vote an attempt by Sen Barry Goldwater R Ariz to knock funds for teacher salaries out of the billion school aid bill This was the first of a series of votes on what Senate leaders expected to be the final day of consideration of amendments to the bill NEW YORK UPI Connie Hawkins a freshman basket iall star at the University of Iowa who quit school suddenly a ago Wednesday was named as an intermediary in a asketball bribe case Hawkins 19 considered one of the hottest alltime prospects t Iowa was accused of having taken from a basketball fixer for introducing him to a number of college players District Attorney Frank S Hogan said Hawkins considered certain starter on next years Iowa club before he left school vas being readied for active participation in the deals next season and in the meantime was being used as an intermedi ary Hawkins was named along with players from New York University St Johns Dayton and Seton Hall in an incident handed down by a special grand jury against Joseph Hacken a 41yearold unemployed New Yorker Hacken is accused as the fixer who bribed players to fix games back as far as 1956 and as recently as last February There was no immediate elaboration on Hawkins part in the scandal or what players Hawkins introduced to Hacken A terse announcement from Iowa eight days ago said Hawkins considered one of the nations top basketball prospects had withdrawn fromschool cause of academic and financial difficulties It said the 6foot 7inch polen tial star had returned to j Bulletin home in Brooklyn and added his future plans are in definite IOWA ATHLETIC Director Forest Evashevski said this is the first I have heard about it and he said he would make no statement until he learned more Hawkins was the first player from a Big Ten school ever to be implicated in the scandals Also named as a coconspira On the inside Editorials Page 4 North Iowa News 6 tor in the indictment but notj Society News 78910 Nash coor dinator of the central commit tee of the Nashville Tenn Student NonViolence Move ment is the mastermind be hind the freedom riders project UPWA 2 other unions study big merger plan CHICAGO Amal gamated meat cutters and butcher workmen Tuesday an nounced the labor organization has begun merger talks with two other unions The other organizations in the Retail Whole Department Store Union and the United Packing house Workers Union of Amer ica The retail wholesale and department store group has 160000 members while the packinghouse workers have 150 000 A previous attempt to merge with the packinghouse workers five years ago was unsuccess ful The merger would create a half million member labor or ganization men and 1QO highway patrolmen specially trained in mob control was ordered to take the bus to the Mississippi state line Similar precautions were under way in Mississippi Brig Gen W P Wilson adju tant general in the adjoining state flew to Meridian near tha state line Gov Ross Barnett al volved are sale and FAIR CAPE CANAVERAL Fla UP A Juno 11 rocket hurtled skyward Wednesday in an at tempt to orbit a radio brain to study how an electrically charged belt around the earth affects longrange radio and television as a defendant was David Bu din 28 who was arrested last September in Lansing Mich in connection with a reported at tempt to fix a football game be tween the University of Michi gan and the University of Ore gon Budin also of Brooklyn was freed on that charge THE BRIBED players ac cording to the indictment in cluded Henry Gunther 22 New York and Arthur Hicks 22 Chicago both juniors at Scton Hall Raymond Paprocky 23 Brooklyn a junior at NYU Michael Parenti 25 Brooklyn and William J Crystal 26 Brooklyn both former players at St Johns University Brook lyn Listed as intermediaries who accepted money from Hacken were two college freshmen Hawkins and Roger Brown Brooklyn a freshman basket ball player at the University of Dayton Ohio Comics 18 Sports 2122 Clear Lake News 23 Latest Markets 32 Mason City News3233 ACTORS SON HELD SANTA MONICA Calif W Police are holding the teenage son of actor Arthur Lake on the accusation he helped rob a man of in Palisades Park Ar thur P Lake Jr 18 whose father has portrayed Dag wood on the screen radio and TV was booked on suspicion of robbery SAMC North Iowa Generally fair with gradual warming trend through Thursday Lows Wed nesday night around 50 Highs Thursday 7882 Iowa Fair Wednesday night and in the south and east Thursday Increasing cloudi n e s s northwest Thursday Warmer southwest Wednes day night near 50 Highs Thursday near 80 Further cloudy and mild Friday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average slightly above normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are from 71 to 77 degrees and normal lows from 50 to 56 Cooler northeast Thursday mild Saturday then cooler Sunday or Monday Rainfall will be moderate to heavy averaging 75 to one inch in showers and thunderstorms Sunday or Monday Minnesota Partly cloudy scat1 tcred rain Highs Thursday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 73 Minimum 44 A 8 am 62 Sunrise Sunset Two lose lives on Des Moines streets DES MOINES A sin boy going to a store with a pen ny he had found and a young worker on an interstate highway project here were killed in sep arate traffic accidents here Tuesday Dead were Norman Curl 3yearold son of Mr and Mrs Delbert Curl Des Moines and Benny Milton Copple 18 son of Ira Copple of rural Salix ready had alerted the Mississippi highway patrol and National Guardsmen to stand by ABOUT A DOZEN US marshals arrived at Meridian during the night The citys po lice force was alerted and scores of highway patrolmen poured in during the night to augment local forces The bus took Route 14 to Selma Ala and headed into Route 80 on the northern out skirts of Selma The Rev Martin Luther King Jr leader of the integration movement in the south followed the group in a car Selma was the first town of any size along the route The caravan then passed through Demopolis and on to the Mis sissippi border and Meridian Plans beyond Meridian were in definite and apparently hinged on the reception the students re DES MOINES ffi A smalljceive here The bus passed through only about three blocks of Selma and then cut back on the open highway As the caravan sped through town a patrolman leaned out a car window and shouted Boy dont take my picture Im not smiling Phfltofat ROUTE OF FREEDOM RIDERS Map traces the route of bus carrying aheavily guarded group of Freedom Riders which left Montgomery Ala headed for New Orleans I ;