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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 23, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North lowai Daily Newspaper Edittd for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 9f The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors AMotitted and UnlUd International Full Lease Wire MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1961 7e t copy Paper of Two SectionsSection On No Ill Revised reapportionment proposal OK d by Senate I Marriage mill in k Moscow First wedding palace opened By ALINE MOSBY MOSCOW UPI Two young Communist factory worker kissed each other shyly in the former living room of a noble mans house and Moscows first wedding palace was offi cially opened In Czarist days the large room with elegant wood paneled walls and glistening crystal chande liers was the scene of parties for wealthy Muscovites Bu now the government officially turned it into a palace where citizens can marry The wedding of Vladimir Morozov 25 and Svetlana Shatalna 23 marked the momentous occasion when the state made ai attempt to fil love into an organized socialisl system MANY YOUNG couples had complained the marriage regis tration office was a dull place for weddings Alarm also was expressed in the Soviet press over the number of young couples marrying in churches To compete with church mar riages a palace was opened last year in Leningrad as the forerunner of the new Moscow palace Why did Vladimir and Svet lana apply to be the first couple We dont believe in God the nice looking quiet dark haired groom said after the ceremony We dont go to church and we believe this palace is many times better than any church The bridegroom apparently was selected by officials to be the first He safd he worked in an electric cable factory where he is a member of the Com munist labor team The bride brunette and freshfaced works at an electric motor factory where she is a member of the Communist shock brigade Thorny issue sent back to Iowa House on 2723 vote AP Photofax DEMONSTRATE AGAINST ing pickets demonstrating against the Polaris mis sile and the nuclear arms race stand near model of the Navys rocket outside Franklin Institute in Phila delphia The peaceful demonstration coincided with address being delivered in the Institute by Navys fleet ballistic missile program chief Vice Adm Wil liam F Raborn The pickets identified themselves as Youth for Nuclear Disarmament FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES Iowa Sen ate cleared a legislative reap portionment hurdle Thursday by adopting a revised Shaff plan 2723 and tossing the thorny is sue back to the House of Repre sentatives In two successive role call votes however the Senate de feated motions to immediately message the bill to the House and to kill the motion to recon sider Even though the Senate passed the reapportionment measure the issue has not been resolved in the upper chamber Sen C Joseph Coleman D Clare changed his vote from nay ately to aye and immedi said he would file a mo tion to reconsider Friday A motion to reconsider can only be filed by a person who voted on the prevailing side of the issue A desperation move by oppo nents of the Shaff plan created a parliamentary snarl that stalled a final vote on the measure Sen Jack Schroeder R Dav enport who has led the opposi tion to the Shafftype plans dur ing this session and two years ago raised the parliamentary point which resulted in the Sen ate recessing for luncheon with out taking the vote which had Water dumped on sports car WHEN THE couple arrived for the first ceremony at the former noblemans mansion oni a Moscow sidestreet it was ready with a new coat of beige paint Up a carpeted staircase they were taken into dressing rooms where the bride put on a short white simple organdy dress with a fingertip veil white shoes white organdy gloves and white earrings The bridegroom in an ad joining room adjusted his black bow tie and dusted off his black suit Piped in symphonic music filtered throughout the rooms The couple joined hands out side their dressing rooms and walked down a purple figured carpet to the large main room to stand before a bare desk A SIMPLE 10minute cere mony invoked Soviet achieve ments the socialist state and the Communist party You will remember this day all your life the smiling wed ding palace director told the bride standing trembling with a bouquet of flowers The only question she asked the couple was have you thought about the step you will take The groom answered Yes very well and the bride whispered Yes The director then said she was authorized by the govern ment to declare the marriage registered Back in the brides dressing room another young woman adjusted her veil for the next ceremony on the assembly line The director said she planned 30 weddings daily and a second palace is to open in May KLINK OF THE CLINK ELKADER in a name The man who can throw you into the clink in Elkader is Clayton County Sheriff Milton Klinlc Navy scores bullseye COSTA MESA Calif a Navy blimp dumped some ballast water scoring an accidental direct hit on a sports car the result was a pretty unhappy sports car driver William A Skiles 29 Wednesday demanded an apology and for a car wash He charged his convertible was drenched with dirty bilge water as he and his wife watched the antics of ducks on Newport Harbors upper bay After the waterbombing Skiles admittedly tried to hit the offending aircraft with a rock His wife Marilyn estimated the rock fell about 900 feet short of its target Wednesday night the Navy replied informally through a member of the blimps crew It was clean ballast water said AI Milmant We change it every day We developed engine trouble and had to dump ballast to get rid of extra weight But if Skiles will drive over to the Marine Corps air facility at Santa Ana well be happy to give him a free car wash N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Strike break possible WASHINGTON White House sources say President Kennedy has been advised the flight en gineers 7day strike can be ended promptly if Western Airlines goes along with commitments by other struck companies to let its striking flight engineers go back to work without reprisals while a presiden tial study committee attempted to work out long range settlement terms GOP to push civil rights congressional leaders an nounced they will put forward their own civil rights bill because President Kennedy did not include this issue in his 16point priority legislative program Mr K to delay trip Communist sources hinted that Soviet Premier Khrushchev has decided to delay his trip to the United States until April when the United Nations General Assembly is well under way The assembly is scheduled to resume its session March 7 Queen to visit Pope LONDON Queen Elizabeth II head of the Church of England and her husband Prince Philip will visit Pope John XXIII at the Vatican during a tour of Italy in May It will be the second visit to the Vatican for the queen but her first as sovereign She visited Pope Pius XII when she was Princess Elizabeth in 1951 The Weather North Iowa Mostly cloudy rain changing to snow with north west winds 20 to 30 miles an hour and turning colde Thursday night lows 1522 Few snow flurries and colde Friday highs in lower 20s Iowa Cloudy and considerabl colder Thursday night an Friday few snow flurrie north and east central Low Thursday night 1520 northwes lower 30s southeast High Friday around 20 northwest t 30s southeast Further outloo Partly cloudy near norma temperatures Saturday Minnesota Light snow muc colder Highs Friday 1025 GlobeGazette weather dat up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 41 Minimum 12 At 8 am 34 Precipitation 34 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 21 Minimum 8 Now its doctors dentists who have formed a union NEW YORK W Physicians and dentists in the City Health Department have set up a union Delieved to be the first such or ganization for such professions in the United States With a membership of 1000 the group known as the Doc tors Association of New York announced its objectives as sal ary increases tenure and pen sion rights Dr Robert M Robbins a su pervisor of city school physi cians and president of the or ganization said the American Medical Association has neither approved nor disapproved of the union But the AMA he said does not interfere in organiza tions for salaried persons Health Department physicians and dentists receive an hour for sessions of three hours Rob bins said a fee for a threehour session is being con sidered by union members HENRY C NELSON Forest City in testimonial to Speaker Nelson DES MOINES House Speaker Henry C Nelson his voice choked with emotion Thursday expressed his appre ciation to a delegation from his home town of Forest City which converged on the State louse The delegation which ranged a testimonial luncheon nonoring Nelson gathered in the House gallery behind the speakers stand without at tracting his attention at the outset of the lower chambers session They draped banners over railing which read For est City Salutes Speaker of the House Hank Nelson Nelsons attention was drawn to the quiet demonstra n by Rep Leonard C An dersen RSioux City who ob ained Nelsons permission to speak and acknowledge the presence of the Forest City delegation On the Inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 5r Mason City News 67 ociety News 8910 Sports 1112 Hear Lake News 14 4orth Iowa News 15 appeared certain to favor adop tion of the Shaff plan Schroeder asked Lt Gov W L Mooty president of the Sen ate to rule whether it was le gal for a motion to reconsider to be filed on an amendment de feated Wednesday afternoon Mooty with a glance at the clock said Noting the hour the chair suggests we recess for lunch while parliamentarians searched through their books for answer to the question Schroeders request came after 24 senators had spoken in the more than 90minute debate which at times became as sharp as any this session SEN C EDWIN Gilmour D iGrinnell called the imminent passage of the Shaff plan the rape of the future of the State of Iowa He said he was pleased that a roll call vote would be taken so the senators who voted in favor of it could be known to all The people will not thank hbse of you who vote for this They will rise up and curse you Gilmour said Sen Andrew Frommelt DDu Duque called it a sorry day for those of us who believe in fair reapportionment and he said he was sorry for those who cant stand the pressure of that wellknown insurance company feed company and the rest He said the suitable epitaph for what I fear todays vote wil be is Here lies the hope for rea reapportionment in this ses sion Schroeder also blasted the AP Photofax NAVY OFFICIAL FAMILY DUNKED Paul B Fay Jr undersecretary of the Navy back to cam his daughter Sally 4 and his young wife Anita leave an Atlantic City NJ hospital after their plane skidded off a runway into the ocean early Thursday Fay wartime buddy of President John Kennedy was enroute to Washington to be sworn into office The Fays were soaked to the skin but un hurt Wont sell stories Secrecy vows by White House staff WASHINGTON ofi A reporter observed hat this u President and Mrs Kennedys anonymity lasted until a cook special interest groups backjpersona staff have signed docu or a valet decides to sell his ng the Shaff plan Shame promisjng no lo sell to a magazine ou Schroeder cned any detais of thcir rejation Salinger quickly interjected he Shaff plan was topsyturvy shi wUh hc famijy hat all members of the personal n o t ackward reapportionment SEVERAL SENATORS ad voted against it Wednesday flernoon two weeks ago and wo years ago said they would ote for it now because they felt was the only plan that could ass this session Sen Robert R Rigler RNew fampton one of those whose lans were defeated Wednesday aid Frankly gentlemen we ad our chance Wednesday The most votes we got was 20 Rigler added I am finally onvinced after several lickings iat this is the only reapportion nent plan that can pass this ses ion It was Riglers plan calling or a 50member areabasec enate and a 120member House ased mostly on population thai roduced Schroeders dramatic astditch effort to forestall the Shaff plan The ban came out indirectly wnolas reporters questioned press secretary Pierre Salinger about reports that Mrs Kennedy had attempted to hire a cook Bui Van Han from the French Em bassy in London The White House said this report was inac curate because after the inaug uration the President and his wife found the existing White House staff was excellenj and no new cook needed Salinger was asked to identify staff had signed documents since Jan 20 promising that they wont sell thcir stories to magazines of other publica tions Those signing the docu ments included domestic help at the While House most of whom arc government Civil Service employes and Mrs Kennedys three secretaries Asked whether the docu ments covered telling their stories without being paid Sal inger said they agreed not to the White House chef who wasdiscuss any of their personal re SAME Milwaukee merger plan may be ready March 16 FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES of a merger plan for the Chicago and North Western Railway and the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul and Pacific Railroad was confirmed Thursday by directors of the two big west ern carriers Ben W Heineman chair man of the North Western said that discussions of a pos sible union of the systems were held at separate meet ings of the two railroads boards The managements were asked lo prepare a unification plan as soon as possible pos sibly for submission when the boards hold their next meet ings March 16 A merger of the two mid western railroads would re sult in a considerable savings and improvement of service officials said They estimated annual benefits of at least million before income taxes The North Western on Dec 31 I960 had a tax loss carryforward of more than million The two railroads serve 141 communities in common in Wisconsin Illinois Iowa in cluding Mason Minne sota South Dakota Upper Michigan and North Dakota In addition the Milwaukee operates in Missouri Indiana and Kansas while its main line extends to the West Coast through Montana Idaho and Washington The North West ern has lines extending across Nebraska and into central Wyoming As a unified company the railroad would become the na tions largest in terms of trackage with operations from coast to coast the officials said held over from the Eisenhower administration But he declined saying he understood it was tra ditional not to give out the name of the man so employed lalionships with the President or Mrs Kennedy Veteran reporters knew of no parallel in the past for this doc umentary agreement Gunmen sought in several slayings captured in Iowa COUNCIL BLUFFS gunmen who paled and shook as they handed over 38 and 32 caliber revolvers to four shotgun armed policemen on a bus admitted Thursday a slaying in Omaha and two street shootings here Pottawattamie County Attorney Peter J Peters said Charles Noel Brown 28 and Charles Edwin Kelley 20 also admitted involvement in two shootings at Minneapolis but did not detail these Brown is a parole violator from Bedford Ind and Kelley a Minneapolis youth who had worked with Brown in a Minneapolis parking lot Peters said that as each prisoner confessed he somewhat proudly claimed that he alone had done the shooting The admissions the men made were to the slaying of Harry Joldenberg 60 Omaha liquor store attendant killed by a single w the heart Tuesday i A night as he sat in the rear of Marriage brings nice pay raise WASHINGTON Dec 15 Rep Adam Clayton Powell jjr DNY married his secre tary Marjorie Flores At the time she was receiving a month on his congressional pay roll House records show she now is getting a month The raise came in January Powell 52 married the 29year old secretary in Puerto Rico the store Wo wanted money Brown and Kelley said They got only a small amount from the cash register missing in Gold cnbergs pocket and in three paper bags in the store WEDNESDAY NIGHT Brown and Kelley went to Council Bluffs to get they said a car in which to flee They first preached Alvin Emil Koehrsen 54 an Internal Revenue Service employe of Walnut Iowa and forced thcir way into his car
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