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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowag Daily Newspaper Edited for tht Hemt 1 CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL newspaper that makes all North I ovens neighbors AnocUted Presi and United Press International full Wiret MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1961 7e of Four SecHonsSecUon No ITT Erbe ouster iquor commissioners Antimarriage mill bill tied up in Iowa Senate I GOT MY MAN SO bride Charlene Bertelli San Jose Calif tells her unmarried friends what she thinks of their single state with a AP Phototax healthy bronx cheer Husband Dan her reason for confidence smiles unknow ingly Queen to call on the Pope Precedent not involved GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Queen Elizabeth IIs courtesy caJl on Tope John XXIII at the Va tican Friday has revived speculation that a new era of rapport between theChurch of England and the Roman Cath olic Church may be in prospect The relationship between the two churches was warmed con siderably last Dec 2 when Dr Geoffrey F Fisher ninetyninth Archbishop of Canterbury anc primate of the Church of Eng land became the first head of the Anglican Church to cal upon a Roman Catholic Pope BUT A GREAT gulf of more than 400 years of history separ ates the two churches and no one really believes a reunion is possible The split dates from 1534 when Henry VIII angered by the opposition of Pope Clement VII to his divorce from RSPCA to rescue Big thirst quenched LONDON UPI Londons hardbargaining dockworkers softened their strike stand long enough Wednesday to save the lives of half a million thirsty oysters The dockers whose strike has crippled operations in Lon don harbor responded to an urgent appeal from the Royal So ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals RSPCA and agreed to unload the oysters which were dying of thirst aboard a ship The oysters shipped from Portugal six days ago were ly ing in the holds of the S S Zealand victims of the strike Offi cials reckoned they would be dead within 48 more hours unless they were given water The RSPCA justified its intervention on grounds the oyster is a humble animal that meekly whistles in the water when the tide falls and liquid runs short The British buyer of the oysters Richard Pinney will keep them in moist ground beds for another 18 months before selling them to seafoodloving Britons He was belighted at the dock ers rescue It was terrible to think of half million oysters all dying for want of a drink he said Catherine of Aragon decided to assert his supremacy over the English church He had Parlia ment pass the Acts of Suprem acy declaring him Supreme Head on Earth of the Church of England South Iowa leads redistricting revolt DES MOINES Iff A led by 7th District represent atives in the Iowa House over hrew Wednesday a proposed compromise plan for dividing owa into seven instead of the jresent eight congressional dis ricts The vote was 5250 against accepting the plan drafted by a SenateHouse Conference Com mittee to reconcile differences n bills passed by the two louses House Republican leaders triving to end the 1961 ses ion this week immediately tarted checking to determine Because the rupture was morejwhether a motion to reconsider on political and personal vote had a chance for pass on religious grounds the schism between the two churches has never been as corrosive as be tween the Roman Catholic Church and many other Protes tant sects Nevertheless Dr Fisher historic visit with the Pope did arouse some criticism among N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Bombers OKd WASHINGTON The House Armed Serv ices committee voted to continue production of B52 and B58 bombers It said missiles are not yet dominant in deterring war Common law amendment is stickler FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES The Iowa Senate Wednesday passed 3412 a bill not only requiring a three day waiting period for mar riages but also banning com monlaw marriages However a motion to recon sider the bill was filed by Sen Jack Schroeder RDavenport with the avowed aim of remov ing the common law marriage ban The section outlawing common law marriages was proposed by Sen Melvin Wolf DWaterloo who said they create more egal problems than they cure But he ran into fierce opposition notably from Schroeder and the amendment passed by a narrow 2322 margin THE WAITING PERIOD bill was introduced in this session in an effort to curb socalled marriage mills along tfie northern and eastern borders of the state Iowa law at present does not require a waiting period for marriage Minnesota Wiscon sin and Missouri now have wait ing periods Sen Robert Rigler R New Hampton offered the amendj ment Tuesday that would permit couples to apply for a marriage license by mail Iowas most famed marriage church The Little Brown Church in the Vale near Nash ua is in Riglefs district Rigler told the Senate Wed nesday that abuses of Iowas marriage laws in the states bor der counties did not occur in the churches He urged the tighten ing of existing laws governing marriage North Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday Lows Wednesday night in 30s Highs Thursday near 60 Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday colder southwest and extreme west Lows Wed nesday night near 30 north east to the 30s southwest Highs Thursday near 60 Further outlook Partly cloudy warmer Friday 3000 samples missing clean up mess DES MOINES Norman Erbe Wednesday i Gov indicated insti he will Fiveday Iowa removal proceedings will average 3 to 5 degrees the three members low normal Thursday through of the Iowa Liquor Control AP Photofax ASTRONAUT Alan B Shepard Jr slated to pilot the Mercury capsule for the United States first attempt to send a man into space passes the time at Cape Canaveral Fla with further dress rehearsals in donning his special suit Improving weather may allow his being sent on a 300mile space trip on Friday Church of England communi cants and he wasxobliged to assure the doubting that there had been no socalled sur render to the Pope Rather Dr Fisher stated the purpose of the visit was to prepare for infrequent informal and for mal exchanges of interest and understanding between the two churches QUEEN ELIZABETH it in a less exposed position than the Archbishop in1 making her call as one temporal sovereign on another Although she is the head of the English church anc carries the title Defender of the Faith English monarchs in the past have made similar courtesy calls on the Pope with in a reasonable time after his accession King Edward VII called at the Vatican in 1903 the year of the election as Pope of Pius X and King George V met with Pope Pius XI in 1923 the year after his election As princess Elizabeth visited the late Pope Pius XII during a private trip to Rome in 1951 and Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret called on Pope John in April 1959 age LEGISLATORS from the 7th District said they objected to the Conference Committee pro posal because it would jeopar dize Republican control of the district Rep William Scherle RHen derson said he wasnt shak ing the apple tree for nothing in objecting to the plan because it would build up Democratic strength to such an extent that Republican US Rep Ben Jen sen might be defeated He said the 7th District mus tiave Union and Ringgold coun ties in order to offset tradition ally Democratic Carroll Coun ty SCHERLE WAS joined by ilegs James Briles RCorn ng and Verne Lisle RClarin da in urging rejection of the compromise Rep Will a rd Freed D Gowrie also objected to the plan because it would put Web ster County in the 5th District instead of in the new 6th Dis trict which is comprised of the northwest part of the slate I think you will find this is not good rcdistricting he said Rep Chester Hougen RWa terloo joined Freed in his ob eclion but for a different reason I cant go along with it as matter of principle he de clared Im not willing to give iway the 5th District to the Democrats New evidence J E R U S A LEM A Jewish psychologist took a pair of childrens shoes out of his briefcase and held them before the court trying Adolf Eich mann Dr Adolf Herman said he had picked them up at the extermination camp after the a grim memento of Nazi death march for children under 14 from the War saw ghetto Found under bed CLINTON Two young men got as far as under the sheriffs bed here in an attempted jailbreak and a third fell three stories to the pave ment fracturing both feet and receiving inter nal injuries Denial by Paxton WASHINGTON Sen Kefauver charged and retiring president Robert Paxton of the General Electric Co de nied that Paxton had covered up knowledge of price fixing SEN DAVID SHAFF RClin ton said the influx of outof state couples to marry in Iowa creates many problems for our county clerks It is almost im possible for them to determine if all state regulations are met In arguing for his common law marriage amendment Wolf noted that Iowa is one of only 18 states that recognizes such marriages He said common law marriages have created litigationand other problems Schroeder leveled sharp crit icism at the amendment say would be a drastic de parture from what societyj wants to recognize Schroeder said the common law marriage serves to legiti mize illegitimate children an does not adulterize people liv ing together IN AN EXCHANGE of word with Wolf Schroeder askei how would a marriage licens make a marriage any better Wolf replied Loos warfare almost over VIENTIANE Laos UP The proCommunist rebel command Wednesday ordered its troops to stop shooting but a battalion of its troops reportedly launched an attack against forces of the Westernbacked government in southern Laos The Vientiane government also reported a mortar attack Tuesday night against its command center just south of where next Monday Normal highs are from 65 to 70 and normal lows are from43 to 50 degrees A warming trend is expected Thursday and Friday then turning cooler Sunday or Monday Rainfall will aver age generally less than 25 of an inch mainly after Sunday Minnesota Fair warming trend Highs Thursday in 60s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 56 Minimum 32 At 8 am 49 sunrise Sunset 42 years on spy charge LONDON mGeorge Blake a British government official was sentenced to 42 years in prison Wednesday for spying for the Soviet Union for nearly a decade It wasthe stiffest sentence ever handed down in Britain in peacetime for spying Atomic spy Klaus Fuchs was sentenced to 14 years and was released in Commission This is an executive action and removal proceedings against the commissioners will be on the basis of his own inves tigation and not one being made by a Senate committee Erbe said The three commissioners are Chairman C J Burris Maquo keta Homer A d c o c k Des Moines and Gerald Smith Cres ton Smith is a Republican Bur ris and Adcock are Democrats The governor said that reports he received Wednesday showed an additional 30 to 40 cases of sample liquor missing making the total amount unaccounted for at more than 3000 bottles EARLIER IN the day had released a report of his in vestigation of the commissions sample room which said 2712 bottles of liquor are missing and unaccounted for from the locked room in the commissions head quarters Erbe said the retail value of he missing liquor totaled about but the governor added its a mess to be cleaned up Its a private petty practice nvolving irresponsibility and in competence on the part of high state he said The most serious thing about this Dottle game is that it was a con 1959 after serving nine years istent violation of liquor com Blake 38 pleaded guilty The mission regulations by the very government job men responsible for enforcing information he those regulations Erbe said all the liquor on the missing list disappeared be tween July 1 1959 and April 7 of this year like a hunting license It doesnt make the game anj better but you have to have i to hunt The Senate Tuesday passec and sent to the governor a bil raising the minimum age for a girl to marry from 14 to 16 anc the minimum a g e for a b o y from 16 to 18 District judge also were given discretionary powers to grant permission for unwed mothers under 16 to marry SAME DATEH60153 Bluck Flu Muni frfflt Dtlth 21 Hoiiri ceasefire talks were held officers of the government and Pathet Lao armies Despite the rebel attacks most observers felt a ceasefire would be worked out The tendency in Vientiane was toblame the at tacks on poor communications and the usual Laotian confusion Forces of the Vientiane gov ernment have been under order for several daysnot to fireun less fired upon The Pathet Lao rebel radio broadcast a general ceasefire order effective at 8 am and called on the Westernbacked government of Premier Boun Oum to join promptly in nego tiations for an armistice Rebel broadcasts oyer North Viet Nams Radio Hanoi quoted by Peiping Radio said the ceasefire order was issued to both the Pathet Lao forces fight ng for years to take over the ndochinese kingdom for the Communists and the allied roops loyal to paratroop Capt Kong Le whose coup last sum mer briefly put Prince Sou Phouma in power The paratroop captain called n the Westernbacked govern ment of Prince Boun Ouni to end more negotiators for ar mistice talks at the village of Na Mon about 7 miles south of Vieng YOUNG KAISER DIES OAKLAND Calif iff Henry Kaisnr Jr 44 son of the in ustrialist and vice president of Caiser Industries died Tuesday fler a long illness Oh the inside Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake News 1011 Society News 131415 Sports 2122 Comics 24 Latest Markets 34 Mason City News 3435 North Iowa News 40 nature of his and of the passed was not disclosed for security reasons The presiding lord chief justice Lord Parker said the in formation c o m m unica t e d though not of a scien ific nature was clearly of BLAKE the utmost importance to the Soviet Union and rendered much of this countrys efforts completely Atty Gen Reginald Manning hamBuller told the court tha Blakes crime was evengrav cr than those of the twcr Br tons two Americans and a Rus sian convicted in March of pass ing British navy submarine ani underwater defense secrets t Moscow AP Photofax IOWAN County 111 Deputy sheriff Matt Tweedell snaps handcuffs1 on Richard Andersen 21 Le Mars Iowa accused of robbing the First State Bank of Biggsville 111 Officers found 320 and a sawedoff shotgun in Andersens car when he was arrested about an hour and a half after the hcdup ERBE SAID all the liquor listed as missing was shipped to the liquor commissioners at commission offices by various distillers as samples for an alysis He said at least 67 ship ments came in case lots of 12 or more bottles of onefifth capac ity Commission regulations Erbe said state that samples are not to exceed two bottles of each item The commissioners have said that samples submitted by liquor suppliers to the commis sion for testing are not property of the state because the state does not buy them However Erbe said all ship ments were consigned to the liquor commission and thus should be considered state property Erbe said his investigation showed that 1493 bottles of liquor which company represent atives said had been shipped to the commission as samples were missing and 1219 state liquor seals drawn for use in the sample room do not appear on any bottles now on stock THE GOVERNOR said his in vestigators assumed that these seals were used on sample bottles which have not been ac counted o Erbe said in addition late re ports from two supply nies showed an additional 19 cases of sample liquor shipped 0 the commission These bottles lave not been included in otal number of bottles unac counted for he said Erbe said his investigation howed THE JIM BEAM Distillery o sent the commissioners 288 ifths as samples for analysis ne was used for testing but 287 were missing from the sample oom The Hiram Walker Co sent 38 bottles as fifthi   

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