First issue of combined Times-Democrat

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Showers Cloudy, occasional show ers tonight. Cloudy Tuesday. TEMPERATURES Today, SI t low f0'. Tunday, upper art to low 7ft. HUMIDITY Al I .m. s ptr cnt. Al noon 11 ptr ctnt. (Sot dettilt on Ptgt 1.) EMTIO! DAVENPORT - BETTENDORF, IOWA MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1964 30 PAGES 109 YEAR Dial 326-5111 10 CENTS Court Voids Florida OK on Bibles in School. DEMOCRAT Strikes Loyalty Oath,Too WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court overturned Monday a Florida court decision that upheld Bible reading and recitation of the Lord's Prayer in Miami public schools. The tribunal cited its 1963 decision in a similar case from Abington Township in Pennsyl vania. In the Abington case, and also In a case from Maryland, the Supreme Court last year held that required Bible reading and prayer exercises are unconstitutional. Moral Training Florida's Supreme Court, in the decision overturned Monday, said that state's law requiring Bible reading was based on secular rather than sectarian considerations, and was intended to require moral training and inculcation of good citizenship. The highest tribunal, in an unsigned order Monday, said it was reversing the Florida court with respect to issues of constitutionality of prayer and Bible reading in schools. IN SCOTTISH OUTBREAK Typhoid Hits Another 37 ABERDEEN, Scotland ( AP) A typhoid outbreak in this city of 186,000 struck another 37 persons Monday after officials had voiced hope the epi Kennedys Lose Baby WASHINGTON (AP) - Mrs. Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy, wife of the Massachusetts sena tor, lost an expected baby through a mis- carnage Monday. Dr. William J. Cusack, Mrs. tl'i'TO4Sw f' 1 demic was leveling off. A total of 227 persons is in hospitals 197 of them confirmed typhoid cases and the others suspected victims. City health officials said the epidemic appeared to have sprung from a supermarket meat slicer. But a town council meeting heard a suggestion that it may have been attributable to what one official called a deterioration of hygiene in the city's public lavatories because of the recent withdrawal of attendants. Health officials said1 they would investigate. IN If f !- S ! 1 i 1 '1 With her small son strapped to her back in a multi-colored blanket, a bowler-wearing Voting in Bolivia . . . M v f r j. ' "'1 f i -1 a ;. AP Wirtphoto - 0) 111 Stab Wounds Kill Child of Prominent Waterloo Resident WATERLOO (AP) The twice stabbed body of Diane Kay Gable, 19, daughter of a prominent Waterloo real estate and insurance owner, was found in the living room day. The young woman was stabbed twice in the chest and her clothing was in disarray, said Dr. Eugene Smith, deputy county medical examiner. It was not immediately deter mined whether she had been raped. Parents Fishing Miss Gable's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gable, were fishing in the Harpers Ferry area along the Mississippi River when her body was found by an employe of the real estate firm. Larry D. McGreevy found the body after going to the Gable of her parents home Mon Weekend's Traffic Toll Tops 400 ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents killed 429 persons throughout the nation during the 78-hour weekend of Memorial Day. The deaths occurred between

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  2. 01 Jun 1964, Mon,
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