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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 10, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper ftr CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 99 Tht newspaper that makes all North I o w a n s neighbors AffocUUd Preii inJ United Frew miwiwtloiu full Utt Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 10 Wl 7fl 4 Copy Papw of Two sectloniSecUoD Ont No 1J1 Continue huge search for missing Iowa boy A debate over aid to schools JFK adamant in views By JULIA LOH NEW YORK Jft President Kennedys education message to Congress has opened anew the question of federal aid to paro chial schools The Presidents bill did not in clude such aid he explained in the message in accordance with the clear prohibition of the Constitution The message stirred prompt reaction from the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church whose nearly 15000 elementary and high schools educate about 5 million students THE CATHOLIC bishop and cardinals said they would press for longterm federal loans which they contend would be strictly within the framework of the Constitution They said they would oppose the educa tion measure unless it contained some such provision At his news conference Wed nesday the President said he felt direct grants were clearly unconstitutional and in his view so were loans though the ques tion of loans had never been tested in court and on this point theres obviously room for de bate Actually few clauses in the Constitution have been the sub ject of more emotional debate than the 10 words which spell out the entire doctrine as it is called of separation of church and slate Congress shall make no law respecting and establishment of religion DEBATER IN the parochial school aid issue generally argue along these lines Opnoncnls says direct federal aid to parochial schools means illegal use of tax funds to ad vcncc sectarian ends in school systems over which the public has no control and to which par ents send their children strictly by choice The other side replies paro chial schools meet the same basic educational standards as public schools and federal aid would be for the purpose of rais of education na only incidental religious organ day in a fow groups of volunsouthwest of the farm leers Friday combed a farm It was possible that little in northeast Iowa in search of jJimmy had been swallowed up 4yearold Jimmy Franck a snow drift that had With each hour the Hart said AP Photofax INVOLVED IN BIG SEARCH Everett Franck puts chains on his tractor before joining vol unteers in the continuing search for his missing son Jimmy 4 With him are Lt James White of the Cedar Rapids Civil Air Patrol and an Amish volunteer 500 plow through snow Hopes fade WINTHROP the third search of an area 3Vi miles been ance of the towheaded blue eyed son of Mr and Mrs Ever ett Franck became more puz zling Buchanan County Sheriff Em He did not rule out the chance that the boy had been abducted by a stranger Recently a man in a blue car had been loitering around schools in this vicinity ery Hart who is directing thejand some neighbors said they search said the snowladen terisaw such a car near the Franck rain had been combed thor oughly within a twomile radius of the farmstead SIXFOOT SNOW drifts left farm last Tuesday BUT THE WOODED area to the southwest had some special significance by a blizzard that started after I Someone had read in a Sun the boy disappeared Tuesday jd a y newspaper supplement afternoon have been dug through to the ground Every building on the surrounding farms have been checked At times Thursday various up wards of 500 volunteers from all Iowa slogged and mud and creeks looking for some sign of the boy Sheriff Hart organized a new over northeast through snow waded through level ing the tionally with benefit to the izations A number of Supreme Court cases have involved interpreta tion of the establishment of religion clause notably the Evcrson case which President Kennedy position cited to support his THIS WAS A 1947 decision in which the court held 54 that it was legal for public school busses to transport parochial school pupils because the funds were used for the welfare of the student not the school The majority opinion also said the establishment of religion clause meant that neither federal nor slate governments can pass laws which aid one religion aid all religions or prefer one religion over an other and that no tax can be levied to support any re ligious activities or institu tions The language of the opinion apart from the decision was applauded by many churchmen but also drew criticism from sonic Overshadowing all the argu ment is a touch of irony Americas public school system evolved from the early church schools and in the 1830s a hue and cry was raised against levy ing taxes schools to support public TEXAN HONORED WASHINGTON dent Kennedy has selected Marie McGuirc San Antonio Tex to head the US Public Housing Administration Roads still not good over Iowa North Iowa highways Friday were 50 to 75 per cent snow packed and ice covered The Iowa Highway Commis sion district office in Mason City reported that the high ways are constantly drifting in and said thatthe snow plows are trying lo keep the roads open For twoway Iraffic The district office reported oneway traffic at West Union Oelwein Lake Mills and in one location west of Mason City on Highway 106 The district office reported roads not good theyre bad The commission office inj Ames Friday reported most roads in the northwest still were snowpacked because of blowing and drifting snow Highways were 50 to 75 per cent snow packed northeast of a line from Forest City Hampton and Du buquc Highway 69 near the Minne sotaIowa border was blocked by snow and there were several closed sections on Highway 9 from Highway 69 west 30 miles Wants posthumous award for Dooley WASHINGTON reso lution authorizing the posthum ous award of a gold medal to I the late Dr Thomas Dooley wasj proposed Friday by Sen Hubcrlj II Humphrey DMinn Under Humphreys resolution Con gress would recognize Dooleys gallant and unselfish public service in serving the medi cal needs of thepeople of Laos and of peoples in other newly developing counlries Dooley who died of cancer at the age of 34 earlier this year won pub lic recognition for his medical work in Laos Printed word TV executives told NEW YORK Television will never supplant the printed work in politics says former Vice President Richard M Nix on In a telegram Thursday to the annual banquet of the Radio and Television Executives Soci ety Nixon said Television isj powerful but still is an infant factor in politics It will never supplant the printed word but its full force is yet to be seen and employed AVOID THE RUSH SAN ANTONIO Tex Thc First Presbyterian Church in downtown San Antonio be lieves in praying early for Eas ter It has a sign up that says N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Oak is official tree DES MOINES The Oak is likely to become Iowas official state tree By a vote of 430 the Sen ate gave its approval to the measure which had passed the House Feb 1 The bill if signed by Gov Norman Erbe will go into effect July 1 New envoy to Italy Kennedy has named a career diplomat as ambassador to Italy He is G Frederick Reinhardt 49 who is now ambassador to the United Arab Republic To head Peace Corps UNIVERSITY PARK Pa Lawrence E Den nis selected as executive officer of President Ken nedys Peace Corps program says recruiting i i j i i n ff i t about a man across the ocean in the Netherlands who has ex trasensory perception and might have some conception of where Jimmy could be found A spokesman for the Everett family said a transoceanic tele phone call was made to the man Gerard Croiset Thursday and he said to look for a spot containing three trees close to gether One of two areas he described was that to the southwest where Fridays search was centered It had been searched for a short time before darkness Thursday with no results The only access to Ihe Franck farm is a road that runs along side Off the road is the farm house with a gateway leading to it Little Jimmy was last seen standing in the gateway When his parents looked for him he was nowhere around PORTRAIT OF A JUDGE IN JAIL Seattle Traffic Judge William Simmons 32 battling ouster procedures brought by the city and county after his convic tion for seconddegree assault on a housewife peers through the bars of his jail cell doors following his arrest on contempt of court charges A Supe AP Photofax rior Court judge who had ordered Sim mons to leave the bench pending an ap peal to the Supreme Court brought the charge when Simmons returned to Traf fic Court and resumed trials dismissing cases in wholesale lots Simmons re fused to post bail Cooperate on Laos JFK asks Nikita WASHINGTON President Kennedy has strongly urged JIMMYS FATHER had Soviet Premier Khrushchev to tramped through the search cooperate with the United area with the sheriff Thursday States in making wartorn Laos Members of Civil Air Patrol ground rescue teams also took part highway patrolmen and other enforcement officers set up lines of communications and women from the farms and the town served coffee and sand wiches to the searchers If thechild had been swal lowed up by the storm officials a completely neutral nation lest the conflict there explode into a much greater EastWest clash Specifically Kennedy wants Khrushchev to choke off the presently heavy flow of Soviet jarms to the proCommunist reb els in northern and eastern Laos THE PRESIDENT was among many subjects ported to have advised Khrushjwhich the U Sdiplomat and chev that the United States isj the Soviet premier discussed fully prepared to submit itsiThompson had carried a writ own military assistance to Laos ten message from Kennedy to Khrushchev expressing hope for before the United States decides son who spent four hours with to screening by a commission composed of representatives ofjan improvement in U SSoviet neutral nations assuming that relations and declaring Ken Khrushchev would agree to the nedys complete confidence in same kind of supervision over Soviet arms aid Kennedys position was made known to Khrushchev by Y S Ambassador Llewellyn Thompj Thompson In addition Thompson had de itailed instructions on a wide variety of subjects including the current crisis which carry the greatest danger of direct jicujo j caLc jjiuKiaiu najo uiuing said Uiere was Illtle nope tnat lt ls compelled to launcli a the Soviet premier in the city tion and training will start March 15 Dennis is a he could be found alive i counterbuildup of forces under U Novosibirsk Thursday it ar Ppnnsvlvjinifl Stafp TTnivprsirv virp nrpsidpnt Iimmv fathpr tnnk thp nnvprnmpnf i backed Pennsylvania State University vice president Another tour for Goldberg Secretary Arthur Gold berg will make a tour next week of areas in Wisconsin and Minnesota with heavy unemployment problems Goldberg will confer with governors of both states in an effort to get their views on ways to ease the job less problem Snow engulfs Northeast BOSTON Most of the Northeast was hit by a storm that dropped up to 18 inches of snow under power of 40 milesperhour winds In a twoday sweep from the Midwest to Northeast the storm took a total of 27 lives 16 of them in Wisconsin t j military clashes between iican and Soviet forces or forces Jimmys father took some in the had possibility driven off that with For 73 years Confined to room never had a bath Avoid the Easter rush lend church this Sunday at SANTA CRUZ Calif Except during school hours she was locked in her room for sevan years and never had a bath during that time a 13 yearold related When a Juvenile Court offi cial gave her a toothbrush and paste the girl Elaint Kensinger said she didnt know what they were for Her parents Mr and Mrs Elmer J Kensinger are in jail in lieu of bail each charged with child neglect and contributing to the delin quency of a minor Elaine her sister Mary 4 and ers Frank 15 and Robert 8 were taken to Santa Cruz County Juvenile Hall Never have I seen a more abominable degrading and disgusting wiy of life for any person to be subjected to Officer Sue Curtis said Kensinger told officers Elaine was confined for using vile words and sassing her mother Mrs Kensinger re fused to talk to police or re porters The girls 10xl2foot room was described by officers as utter filth A door leading to a bathroom was nailed shut The only toilet facility available to Elaine was a cof fee can Officer Curtis said The case came to attention of authorities when her father who runs a shop dealing in coins and secondhand goods reported her as a runaway When she was found at the home of girl friend Ken singer asked that she be tak en to Juvenile Hall as pun ishment Elaine burst into tears and told the story hope someone the boy j Tm almost hoping now Jimmy has been picked up by I someone Franck said Bej cause that is the only chance well have of seeing him alive again Tot is patient but not mother CINCINNATI Ohio W The baby sitter couldnt understand I why Kevin Fox 4 sat so quietly jin a corner but she didnt ques tion her luck The usually ram bunctious lot sal quiet and crosslegged nearly three hours on the floor Thursday When his mother returned however she decided some thing was wrong and lifted him to his feet Not lime nol lime he cried and Iwo eggs rolled out of the corner where he had been sitting Kevin hadnt been there long enough lo hatch the eggs he took from the refrigerator TENSION TENSION JEFFERSON CITY Mo Legislalive pressures may be gelling loo heavy for some law makers Sluck between lhe pages of a bill introduced Thurs day in the Missouri House of Represenlativcs was a string of eight paper dolls neatly cut from a newspaper proWcslern government of reporled here by them Premier Boun Oum SAME I North Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudy vvith brief light snow or freezing drizzle Friday night warmer lows 2532 Partly cloudy to cloudy Sat urday colder highs 3642 Iowa Partly cloudy west most ly cloudy cast brief light snow or freezing drizzle ex treme northeast Friday night warmer lows mid 20s north east to near 30 southwest Partly cloudy and colder Sat urday highs 30s northeast lo 40s southwest Further out cloudy and mild Sunday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 4 lo 6 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal lows arc in the 20s and normal highs in the 40s Mild over the weekend with a trend toward colder the latter part of the period Precipilation will average 30 lo 60 of an inch in occasional rain or snow mostly Monday through Wednesday Minnesota Cloudy warmer Highs Salurday in high 30s GlobeGazelle Weather Data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum 33 Minimum 12 Precipitation trace Sunrise Sunset QUEENS BACK LONDON UPI Britains Thompson immediately rej urned to his headquarters inj Moscow and set about drawing up a full report for Kennedy I and Secretary of State Dean Rusk He said it would be rushed to Washington Admini slralion officials declared it would receive prompt attention from the President DIPLOMATIC authorities here said the Laos crisis was fore On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 6 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 CubGazette 10 Sports 1112 Clear Lake News 15 Comics 16 The BlueJ 17 North Iowa News 20 AP Ihoiofax EXECUTIVE LEAVES JAIL John M Cook a vice president of CutlerHammer Mil waukee looks back as he leaves Montgomery County Prison Norristown Pa Cook was last of seven was olSly tivea to complete jail terms in federal antitrust prico velcomcd home to London Frifix case At door is Warden Andrew White Cook s day after her lour of Asia attorney Joseph Swain Philadelphia is ut left V V   

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