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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edittd for Hw Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE ff The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 99 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 10 1961 7c a Copy Paper Consists of Two No 211 Faces life term Lake woman found guilty Migratory workers supported Churchmen are united By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International The sharp division among Americas major religious bodies over federal aid to education has GAINESVILLE circuit court jury Friday convicted Grace Deyo 44 Clear Lake of first degree murder in the poison death of her husband The only a few that the judge fix Mrs Deyos sen tence at life in prison Circuit Judge Douglas W Greene Springfield Mo said he would consider any motion for a new trial July 21 MRS DEYO still at liberty under her original bond left Gainesville Mo with members of her family for Clear Lake Her attorney Edward Boyle Clear Lake remained in Gainesville The husband Kenneth Deyo been widely reported But in July 1959 Mrs Deyo publicity has been given to a s arrested other legislative battle in whichjiater that year Protestants Catholics and Jews at Clear Lake are fighting side by side asjD u r i n g the allies jtrial of the The issue which has unitedjformer Almar churches and synagogues mayjtha Mo wom seem at first glance remote fromjan the state religious concerns It is a bill toiintroduccd a extend the statute Public Law s t a t e m e nt 78 under which thousands of made to offi Mexican farm workers are jn which nually imported into the Unitedishe said she States to help with harvests Jhad been inMRS DEYO North Iowa Partly cloudy con tinued warm and rather humid through Sunday Scattered showers or thunderstorms Sat urday night and Sunday Low Saturday mid 60s High Sun day 8488 Iowa Partly cloudy continued warm and rather humid through Sunday Scattered s h 0 w e r s or thunderstorms west and north spreading into central and northeast Satur day night and Sunday Low Saturday in mid 60s High Sun day in the 80s Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy little temperature change GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 89 65 79 78 59 Religious groups contend that this laborimportation program is timate with a neighbor Bill Shindler 40 and he had sug hurting US migratory farmjgestecj the slaying workers by depriving them of jobs and depressing their wages THEY SAY IT works a particu lar hardship on nativeb o r n migrant farm workers whose wretched living conditions the THE STATEMENT related that Shindler obtained some strychnine and placed the poi son in a bottle of vitamin tablets Deyo was taking The statement related Deyo became ill and churches have been trying to snortly after taking a prove for the past 40 years tablet Shindler also is charged with first degree murder and will be tried in November Tornadoes rake Kentucky 50 hurt 1 killed RAVENNA Ky A tor nado perhaps the same one which killed a little girl south of here ripped up Ravenna Friday collapsing a church where 23 small children were studying the Bible A score of the children were injured but none was killed There was no warning in this east central Kentucky commu nity which borders on the moun tain country The black funnel just came over the mountain and down into the town one witness said In all state police estimated about 50 or more persons were injured The tornado which hit here was one of three or perhaps four which dipped into the state This is a humanitarian cause in which all of the major relig ious bodies see eye to the Rev Dr Fred S Buschmeyer Washington director of the Na tional Council of Churches We are working together hi an effort to protect the interests of a miserably underprivileged group of Americans who have no politi cal power and no one to lobby fori them I When the Public Law 78 exten sion bill came up in the House of Representatives earlier this year spokesmen for religious organiza tions presented testimony to show that the massive importation of Mexican braceros is beneficial primarily to the big corporate farms of California and the south west and that by creating a labor surplus it helps to hold the wages of domestic farm workers at a baresubsistence level of about 900 a year THEY URGED congress either to let the law expire as scheduled on Dec 31 or at least to write restrictions into the extension bill to safeguard the rights of domestic farm workers The n e d y administration supported1 their stand within hours No witnesses at But the churchmen found themBellpoint where Valerie Hope selves up against the most power1 Coll ins 9 was killed could veri ful lobby in Washington Thejfy if a funnel had been sighted American Farm Bureau Federa tion and other organizations rep resenting big agricultural em ployers opposed any change in the bracero program And their will prevailed in the House On May 11 it voted 231 to 157 to extend Public Law 78 as is Now the battle has shifted to the Senate Religious leaders be lieve they have a better chance Clerk in security agency is sought WASHINGTON UP Police Saturday sought a clerk from the hushhush National Security Agency who has been missing since Monday The FBI de clined comment on whether it there for two reasons was taking part in the search First many senators have been for William Hycer Covington alerted to the plight of the do28 conducted by Mary kind state mcstic migrants through the hearj police at the request of ings of the Senate subcommittee on migratory labor headed by Sen Harrison A Williams DN J Second the churchmen are not relying this time solely on the power of moral persuasion by committee testimony THROUGH denominations lo cal church councils and other religious channels they are ap pealing for grass roots support from church members all over America The word has gone out that now is the time for all Americans who care about help ing the migrants to call write or wire their senators The unity of religious bodies on this issue will be dramatized soon by a joint statement from the National Council of Churches the National Catholic Rural Life Conference and the Synagogue Council of America are all pulling together on this thing said Fr James L Vizzard S J Washington di rector of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Editorials 4 Comics 5 Church News 67 Mason City News89 Latest Markets 9 Society News 10 Sports 1112 Business News 1213 Band Features IS Transit Schedule 16 North Iowa News 18 SAME DATE19602M Hands off Cuba Uruguay urges MONTEVIDEO Uruguay Adlai Stevenson faced the threat of more demonstrations in Bra zil major trouble spot in hi Latin American tour after catching a blast here from sup porters of Fidel Castro The chief US delegate to the United Nations came under the first attack of his tour Friday night when speakers at a uni versity rally denounced him a an envoy of Wall Street anc demanded that he leave Uru guay The Uruguayan governmeni also made clear to on a special mission for Presi dent it opposed any action against the Castro regime in Cuba It was especial ly firm against armed interven tion 2nd North lowan dies after crash at Vinton N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES JFK getting better PALM BEACH Fla President Kennedys doc tor expressed confidence that the Presidents ailing back is getting well But Dr Janet Travell kept a sharp vigil overher famous patient to see that he obeyed orders She again directed that he get a lot of rest swim in a heated pool and use crutches while walking about the seaside villa where he is staying Nonviolence endorsed CHICAGO The National Council of Churches endorsed the nonviolent movement to end racial segregation in the south but deleted a specific refer ence to the freedom riders The councils general board adopted a watereddown resolution praising nonviolent opponents of segregation in interstate travel and condemning mob violence in every form faces hearing WASHINGTON The Air Force has ordered a colonel to face a court martial in the collapse of a radar Texas Tower that dragged 28 men to then death in the Atlantic Ocean The officer Col William M Banks has been charged with being derelict m duty by failing to keep himself informed Red China in challenge TOKYO Red China predicted final Communist victory in south Viet Nam less than 24 hours after Vice President Lyndon B Johnson said communism could be stopped in its tracks in Asia Spaeth gets new post WASHINGTON President Kennedy is under stood to have chosen Carl B Spaeth dean of the Stanford University Law School as assistant secre tary of state for interAmerican affairs MYRNA SPRENGELER Nagle tabbed for top GOP post DBS MOINES Nagle Iowa City lumberman was expected to benamed chair Iman of the Republican State Central Committee As the committee sat down to pick Verne R Martins replace ment informed sources within the Republican hierarchy said a sure bet to be tapped for the post The 60yearTOld Nagle is a vet eran politician although he has never held any public office At present he is a member of the national Republican f in a n c e committee and he served as state finance chief from 1953 to 1957 Myrna Sprengeler Mason City and her fiance victims Two North Iowa students engaged to be married were killed Friday while driving home from commence ment at the State University of Iowa Myrna Sprengeler 22 daughter of Mr and Mrs E J prengeler 930 12th NE Mason City died in the crash involving their car and two trucks on Highway 218 a halfmile west of Vinton She was graduated with her SUI class at the commence ment Rodney L Andersen 22 Hampton Route 3 who was riding with her was taken to a Vinton hospital and then transferred to University Hospitals at City where he died Friday night bargaining team heads for Cuba BAND FESTIVAL ON HIS David Martin pushes the big valves down the oompahs go around and around and they come out to the tune of the North loxva Band Festival Its only natural since Martin son of Mr and Mrs Edward C Martin 2241 26th SW is an old hand atthe Band Festival since hes a member of the Mason City High School band Here he does a little practice tooting with Tuesdays 23rd annual festival obvi ously on his mind Andersen was the son of Mr and Mrs Hilbur Andersen He was a senior at Iowa State Teachers College Cedar Falls THE COUPLE was planning an August wedding Highway patrolmen said a westbound semi trailer driven by Richard Clark of Mount Hope Wis brushed with an on coming truck rounding a curve and careened into the students car Arnold Ziegler 62 Dubuquc riding with Clark was hospital ized here The highway patrol said Clark was charged with failure to have his truck under control MYRNA MARIE Sprengeler was born June 3 1939 in Ma son City She was graduated from Mason City High School in 1957 and Teachers attended Iowa College three State years before transferring to the Uni versity of Iowa Surviving are her parents a sister Mrs Stanley Virginia Levey Honolulu Hawaii and grandmother Mrs Henry Lueb bcrt Brownton Minn Miss Sprengeler was a mem ber of Trinity Lutheran Church and the Pi Tail Phi Sorority Funeral arrangements are in complete The MajorErickson Funeral Home is in charge The family has suggested that me morials may be given to the Memorial Fund of Trinity Luth eran Church Funeral services for Ander sen will be held Tuesday at 2 im at St Johns Lutheran Church southwest of Hampton Survivors include his parents i sister Karen his paternal grandfather Chris Andersen Bancroft his maternal grand parents Mr and Mrs Nels Ras mussen Hampton and his ma ternal great grandparents Mr HAVANA Fidel Castro said Saturday he will receive a fourman bargaining team from the United States to work out details of swapping 1200 cap tive Cuban rebels for 500 trac tors But the bearded prime minis ter raised anew his alternate proposal to trade the rebels cap tured in the abortive April in vasion for political prisoners held by the United States Puer to Rico Nicaragua and Guate mala CASTRO Notified the U S Tractors forFreedom Commit lee that he would receive its technicians provided they have full power to negotiate the torprisoner out by the deal as spelled Cuban prisoners mission sent to the United States to broach his offer The freedom committee an nounced in Detroit its bargain ing team will fly to Havana Monday IN HIS NOTE to the freedom group Castro said he would have preferred leading mem bers of the committee itself Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt and Milton Eisenhower come to Ha vana but that is not indispen sable The note signed by Castro also called for an answer to his proposal for exchanging the in vasion captives for Cubans held in the United States and else and Mrs N K Pedersen Couliwnere fer in this case he said Cuba The Green and Sietsema Fui would be willing to surrender ncral Home of Hampton is iniall her claims for material in charge of arrangements Denies role in love slaying DES MOINES young man wanted in the love tri angle slaying of a Des Moines salesman Friday night gave liimself up to Ottumwa police Saturday but denied any con nection with the shooting Ronald Stump 20 had been sought on a murder warrant in connection with the fatal shoot ing of Michael Daly 22 Des Moines STUMP CALLED the police station and said he had heard on a news broadcast that he was wanted in connection with the shooting and wanted to know if he should come to the station Police were dispatched to the home of relatives where Stump was staying and took him into custody Daly who had been dating Stumps former girl friend Lcanna Skultcty 21 was shot three times at pointblank range late Friday in front of his home here Miss Skultcty the daugh ter of a local physician was with him at the timePolice said the attacker fired a fourth shot at thegirl and then fled The shooting happened about pm policesaid Daly was driving Leannas car from her home to his when he remarked about a car behind him driving with its highbeam headlights on Daly pulled the car into his driveway but then backed into the street and parked in front of the house As he did so the other car pulled up and stopped on the opposite side of the street THE SKULTETY GIRL told police she recognized her former boy friend and told Daly He probably wants to talk to you Leannas mother told police that the couple had been think ing of marriage As Daly stepped out of the car on the drivers side of the auto he told Leanna Dont you want to go into the house quick After the firing of shots anna said she ran around thq car to find Daly lying near tha left rear wheel She then ran screaming into Dalys   

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