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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited far t ITYtitOBfr HOME EDITION The N c w s p a p e r T h a t Makes A 11 North I o w a n s N e i g h b or VOt f7 Associated aad United Preu loUrBiUocil run MASON CJTY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE II Wt Copy Four No lift Want End to Death Religious Bodies Adding Their Support By LOUIS C ASS ELS United Press International A campalgn to abolish the death penalty is gaining strong support from U S religious bo dies the latest bigdenbmination to enlist irithe drive is the United Presbyterian Church Delegates to the recent Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly at Indianapolis voted overwhelmingly for a resolution declaring that cap ital punishment cannot be con doned1 by the Christian con science Other major Protestant and Jewish organizations which have against the death pen the Protestant Epis copal Church the American Baptist Convention the Society of Friends the Cen tral Conference of American Rabbis the Protestant Council of the City of NewYork the Massachusetts Council of Churches and the greater Chi cago Federation of Churches THE UNION OF American Hebrew Congregations principal voiceof reform Judaism has asked1 its members to study and debate the question with a view toward taking a stand at their general assembly Novem ber Strong sentiment against the death penalty also has been ex pressed in Methodist and Lulber an churches and may result in official statements from their next national meetings The Catholie heirarchy has riot spoken out so far Cath olic teaching has traditionally upheld the right of the state to protect itself against serious1 crimes But many Catholics be lieve it is not to put offenders to death to protect so ciety V I THE POWER OF kings and judges to condemn men to death for certain crimes is older than recorded history In earlier executions were frankly regarded as vengeance against the But as Christian teachings permeated the demand for capital punishment The main argument made for it today is that fear of being sent to the gallows or the elec tric chair or gas chamber de ters many potential murderers rapists and arsonists from crimes they would otherwise commit Opponents say there is no evi dence that capital punishment actually has such a deterrent effect THEY POINT OUT that me death penalty already has been abolished in every country of Western Europe except France and Britain and in nine stales urtin Florida Storm I PEEL THE SAME WAY Secretary of State AP Pholofax Christian Herter in Geneva Switzerland holds a rice Couve de Murville Herters comhient referring clipping from a Paris newspaper showing a downof course to the tense Big Four talks 1 feel the cast skepticallooking French foreign minister Mausame Russ Given Another 24Hour GENEVA The Big Four foreign ministers Thursday post poned theirtalks for 24 hours at the request of Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko The postponement was an nounced shortly before the min isters were scheduled to meet at Gromykos villa The Soviet foreign minister re quested the delay during a pri vate luncheon with British For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd Lloyd quickly obtained agree ment from Secretary of State Christian A Herter and French Foreign Minister Maur ice Couve de Murville THE POSTPONEMENT will allow Gromyko another dayto consult Moscow and study Ihej Western spokesmen had mad new Western compromise form ula for a stopgap Berlin settle It was assumed the Sovi etgovernment still had nol reached a definite decision Moscow radio reported that Soviet and East German leaders met at the to discuss the Big Four problem in an at mosphere of complete mutual ding and diplomats had expect ed to hear whether the Russians were willing at least to hegotir ate on Ihe basis Gromyko was critical plan but had asked for 24 hours to study it before giving a defi nite it clear that a rejection of the new formula by Gromyko would mean the end of the sixweeks old foreign ministers confer encc Some high Western officials considered this only a taclica maneuver to give the Kremlin the appearance con sidering the Western offer be fore torpedoingit Others thought Gromyko ac tually wanted time to gel new instructions from Premier Ni and that some major Soviet concession might be forthcoming Lloyd and Couve de Murville Psychiatric Teams to Be Sent Into Iowa Institutions DES MOJNES Psychia of this country Alaska teams will be sent ware Hawaii Maine Michigan Minnesota North Dakota Rhode Island and None of these places has experienced an increase in serious crime The West Virginia and New Jersey legislatures this year re jected churchsponsored bills to abolish capital punishment The legislatures of Massachu setts Illinois Tennessee Flori da and Ohio have displayed a marked lack of enthusiasm for abolition bills even though they had strong cburch backing Woman Gives Birth to Her 27th Child FORT KENT Maine W Doctors at Peoples Benevolent Hospital said Thursday that Mrs Helidore Cyr 48 and her 27th child are doing just The child a sevenpound five ounce boy was born last Sun day two days after Helidore Cyr 52 and his wife Marie had celebrated their 31st wedding an niversary The couple live on a 400acre farm at Ledges New Brunswick with 14 children Five are married and residing elsewhere Seven of the chil dren have died GUARANTEED WAGE ARLINGTON Va terminator salesmen Edwin H Chapman Edgar W Chapman William Odum were in dicted they carried their own termites the homes of prospective cli tnts t Iowa penal and juvenile insti tutions under a menial healtl program which will get unde way in July Treatment of prisoners and children with mental ailments long has been one of the states most serious problems the Iowa Board of Control told the Iowa Legislative Interim Committee Wednesday The teams for treating men tal health cases in the pena and juvenile institutions wil consist of a psychiatrist a psy chologist and a social worker and possibly other experts Dr Joseph Slomel a Board of Control psychiatrist will di rect the program which ivil cost about a year board members said Tin ley to Seek Jensens Post SHENTANDOAH P Tinley Shenandoah newspa perman and civic leader Thurs day announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for congressman from the 7th Dis rict Tinley who described himself as a fourthgeneration Demo crat said he would seek nomi nation for the scat now held by Rep Ben Jensen RIowa nest year Tinley business manager of the Shenandoah Evening Sen tinel said he believed the farmers the laboring men and women andthe averagevoters ol the district would fare better if represented by a member of Parly Mason City Considerable cloud iness through r Friday with scattered thundershowers in the vicinity Thursday night lows 5862 High Friday 7882 Considerable cloudiness through Friday with occasional scattered thunders h o w e r s mostly in west portion Thurs day night and in south portion Friday Highs Friday JS86 Lows Thursday night 5866 Further outlook Saturday partly cloudy Minnesota Cloudy showers cooler Highs Friday 7585 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 82 61 61 As They Sow So Shall They Reap CUMBERLAND Of For several days the 14 boys and girls a kindergarten class were drilled to say thank you Mr when Superintendent Vincent Nevins presented them diplomas But was unable to attend the mony Wednesday ami Lillian I the princl pal substituted for him The fir it 13 children in said Thank you Mr Ney HarwvHi pre sented the The MHi said Thank you Mrs Brigitte Bardot and New Leading Man Married Near Paris PARIS Oft Brigitte Bardoi and Jacques Charrkr were mar ried at the town hall of suburb an Louveciennes Thursday by a nervous mayor The ceremony was almost an anticlimax in the complicated scenario the couple had impro vised in their effort for secrecy Charrier said Tuesday had already been married AnneMarie Bardot Brigitte mother confirmed that Wednes But both refused to be specific about where or when the ceremony had been held and no one was able to find a rec ord of the event The sexy 24yearold movi star met Charrier 23 whil they weVe costarring in theJ latest movie She previously was marriec to director Roger Vadim and only recently broke her engage ment to guitar player Sacha Dislel Brigitte and Jacques calmly said but Mayor Fernand Guillaume muffed his lines The couple broke out into giggles were agreed that if Gromyko came into secret conference ses sion with the clear intent of bar gaining they were prepared to make reasonable changes in Ihe plan BUT IT WAS said they would nolweaken Ihe key demam that the Soviet Union pledge no to interfere w i t h the flow o Western traffic to West Berlin and the slalioning of Western troops there Secretary of State Chris tian A Herter was insist on a quick wiiidup ofthe conference however Ihe bar gaining went The new Western plan was delivered to Gromyko Tuesday night The Western ministers went into the conference ses ion Wednesday afternoon ex pecting it to be a crucial meet ng MM i b DETABTJIKNT Intftto M Itturned out to be cst so far Grmyko did most of the talking for about 15 min utes Fifteen more minutes were occupied in translating his remarks from Russian Then the session ended Want All Planes Armed WASHINGTON Wi Senator set out Thursday to make it a certain as possible that Amcri can patrol planes fly with gun loaded and in working order ii the future Sen Styles Bridges RNH joined Sen Lyndon B Johnsoi RTex in a demand lhat step be taken to sec to it that n American plane again is as de fenseless as the converted Navj antisubmarine plane strafed bj Communist MIG fighters ove the Sea of Japan OUR PLANES should b fully armed and have their gun ready to fire if they are at Bridges said We ar going lo investigate this silua Lion and see what can be don about inaking certain that ou men can fighl back immediately if they are fired on Bridges chairman of the Sen ate Republican Policy Commil Johnson llic Senat Democratic leader arc top members of the Senate Prcpar edness subcommittee Johnso said this group which he heads will decide on the basis of Navy Department report wha course it will take in the inquiry Navy opened an in vesligation in Japan into th failure of the plane lo shoo back Investigators left for M ho the Japanese defense bas 500 miles west of Tokyo wher the crippled aircraft landed NAVY AIRMEN said that communications mishap and tw useless gun mounts in their pa trol plane had left them at th mercy of the Communist fight crs when their one operative gun in the tail assembly wa knocked out The ail gunne was wounded before he could fire a shot The Detroit Free Press re ported in a Washington dispatcl hat the Navy has been holding its planes and ships together with baling wire to stay with n its The dispatch quoted Rear Adm R E Dixon chief of the Bureau of Aeronau ics as saying that eight per cent of the Navys planes are grounded for lack of spare 30 Freight Cars Derail at Denison DENISON More than 30 cars of a North Western freight rain westbound from Chicago o Council Bluffs were derailed early Thursday a half mile Miami Bears Brunt ETHEL BARRYMORE Miss Ethel Barrymore Dies at 79 HOLLYWOOD W Actress Ethel Barrymore died Thurs day Death came to the famed stage and screen actress as she sleptin her home in Bev erly Hills x She suffered from a chronic heart condition MISS BARRYMORE 79 long was known as the queen of Americasroyal family of the theater Her two equally famous brothers John and Lionel Barrymore preceded her in She had beenrelatively In active in recent years but still took an occasional film role Ethel started on the stage at the age of 14 and went on to become a great Broadway leading lady and one of he MIAMI Fla Greater Miamis areas first tornado in 10 years struck near bedtime Wednesday night leaving at least 100 persons injured some of them seriously You just dont get that kind of damage from a straight said forecaster Paul Moore in identifying the vicious storm It was the first twister to hit Hie southeast Florida coast since the lale 1940s when a tornado ripped up property dur ng a hurricane Moore said SCORES OF Bayfront homes wore left in wreckage amid angles of tree trunks signs and overturned automobiles as the storm leapfrogged over a 12 mile path Hundreds persons were driven from their homes An 11yearold boy Frank Vas ellolti was reported in critical condition with head injuries Nearly 60 persons some seri ously hurt were treated by hos pitals police and civil defense units mustered on a disaster looting In all about 100 were hurt the Florida Highway Pa trol said No one was reported killed Hardest hit was a fourblock residential and business area around the 79lh Street causeway where police Sgt Stewart Cooley estimated the loss would run at least to one million dollars It missed downtown Miami L S Pope picked up bleeding on the causeway said he was on the floor of a fivcfam most famous beauties of her fily dwelling when its roof blew time IN 1928 a New York theater was built and named in her honor She acted in London made Hollywood movies and her own radio show Her throaty contralto voice be came known to millions all over America because of ex tensive road lours In later years she turned to character roles and played scores of these with distinc tion Hollywood paid her its top tribute a movie academy Oscar in 1944 for her support ing role as the Cockney moth er in None But the Lonely YOUTH DROWNS WATERLOO UP1 Larry rahos 10 Evansdaje drowned Vcdnesday while swimming in sandpit in the Waterloo sub of here No one was injured urb of EvansdaJe off His bed was flung into the air DON SHOEMAKER who lives in the area said Ive been through two tornadoes and have never seen anything like this It looked like a bomb had Mrs Nola Cone 40 scrambled out of wreckage of her bar with six patrons shaken but unhurt Ive seen Oklahoma torna does but none like she said I heard this roaring sound and yelled Everybody hit the floor and get under some Then it struck Bottles flew through the air The cash regis lakes two men to lift it fell off Ihc counter Parts ceiling fell down THc tornado must have lasted two minutes As soon as it let up I shouted Count off I want to hear seven And thank God hey all spoke up We got out of AP Photolix This dows were blasted trees uprooted and market in the northeast section of Mi cars flipped over along North Biscayne ami FlaVshdws the forpe and effect of Boulevard a main thoroughfare front winds that struck near tbat city Win ing bay CITY POLICE sheriffs depu lies a Florida Highway Patrol detachment and Civil Defense auxiliaries shunted curiosity seekers away from the area and guarded against looling from stores and homes where build ng fronts slood wrenched open Everything we had is said Dr GeorgeFerro My house is destroyed Theres a grapefruit tree where our living room pools been ripped out of the In a single block of north Bayshorc Drive in the area of greatest destruction more than a dozen automobiles lay over turned or crumpled Some had been slammed against build ings FLAUNTING THE LAW JACKSON Miss UPI A mannequin was stolentrom a hotel display during a conven tion of 300 Mississippi Jaw ea forccment officers Albert Ros enbaum complained to police Wednesday On the Inside General News Pages 23 Society News 47 Clear Lake 10M Editorials 12 Comics 13 Local 1415 hUrrti Iowa U Sports News 1711 Latest   

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