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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The newspaper that makes all North I o vans neighbors Associated Pita mi United Press Internationa Pull Uase Wires MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 17 1961 7o a Copy Paper Consists ol Two One No 2U Peace by the rule of law World aims for big goal By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Lawyers o the Americas meet at Costa Rica this month in the first o a series of four continental con ferences to explore ways to make an ancient dream come true the dream of a world in which disputes among na tions would be settled like disputes among men by law rather than by force of arms Official delegates two each will represent 23 nations oi North Central and South Amer ica This first continental confer ence is the culmination of cor respondence begun three years ago by a special committee of the American Bar Association with judges professors of law practicing lawyers and lega groups in more than 100 na tions The eventual aim is world conference on the rule of law to which Iron Curtain rep resentatives would be invited THE PRINCIPAL existing mechanism for settling disputes among nations is the Interna tional Court of Justice or World Court This United Nations or gan is located at The Hague The World Court is a semi comatose body which in the past 15 years has heard and disposed of only 12 cases on their merits and disposed oi another 25 cases on procedural grounds Its weakness is lack of adequate jurisdiction Only 39 nations accept the compulsory jurisdiction of the Court and most of these at tach reservations which quali fy their acceptance Some60 other nations as UN mem bers may be made parties be fore the Court only through their express consent in each case No Soviet bloc country has accepted the compulsory jurisdiction of the Court even with reservations THE SENATE in 1946 re served for the United States not the Court the right to make final decision as to whether a case falls exclusive ly within the domestic jurisdic tion of this nation and is out side of the Court The most recent attempt to expunge this reservation the socalled Connally Amendment was blocked last year Presi dent Eisenhower had requested repeal in January After hear ings the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee March 29 voted 9 to 8 to postpone further action indefinitely in face of evidence that a floor fight would split the Senate No more was heard of repeal at the I960 session and no hear ings have been held this year Photofax MURDER CHARGES FILED The two Army youths who have admitted seven killings in five states sat quietly at Sharon Springs Kan as they listened to first degree murder charges filed against them in a preliminary hearing James Douglas Latham 19 left seated and George R York 18 were charged with the death of a railway employe near Sharon Springs Wallace county attorney James Taylor standing read the charges before County Judge F Hubert Dodds The cases against the two were bound over to the district court for trial later probably in September Hassle developing over spy charges UNITED NATIONS N Y Wl U S spy charges against handsome Czech diplomat and his counterclaim that American ntelligence tried to hire him landed on U N SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjolds desk Saturday Central figure in the drama is Miroslav Nacvalac 39 No 3 man in the Czech U N mission He declared he will ignore U S demands that he leave the country until he gets instruc ions from his government A U N spokesman said Hammarskjold is studying a U S request that Nacvalac be expelled on grounds he had been col ecting information from American government worker or almost a year State Department spokesman Jincoln White gave this account o newsmen in Washington Seamen strike worsens Full effect to be felt NEW YORK iff The creep ing paralysis of a major mari time strike spread to seaports around the nation Saturday as federal mediators pleaded for a full resumption of peace talks There were reports that a fed eral injunction might be sought by one shipping group Thirty port cities and almos 1000 freighters tankers and passenger liners are involved in the strike which began las Thursday midnight Major snarls to a settlemen are a shippers claim that the striking unions threatened to price the industry out of ex istence and union demands for the right to organize foreign flag shipping WITH WHITE HOUSE inter vention to head off the walkou failure pickets in New York New Jersey Louisiana Texas and Massachusetts and other shipping areas marched at piers to halt work Violence flared Three men were injured in a fight Fridaj when Texaco refinery workers near Camden N J tried to cross a picket line set up by the National Maritime Union Four persons were arrested Federal officials intensified ef orts to get the seven unions representing 85000 seamen and the bulk of the nations shipping operators back to the bargaining table They worked amid reports hat the American Merchant Marine Institute might ask Pres dent Kennedy to bring the Taft Hartley Act to bear with an 80 day injunction so that shipping would be resumed while nego tiations continue SECRETARY of Labor Arthur Goldberg here under direct orders of the President with drew Friday night from active articipation in mediating the NACVALAC MADE contact about a year ago with an Ameri can employe and demanded his cooperation threatening that the Americans fiancee in Czechoslo akia would be prevented from oining him in the United States She was used as a hostage to orce the individuals cooperation n espionage activities White laid White said Nacvalac not only used threats but indicated there ras a possibility he might de ect and remain in the United states LET ME MAKE clear how jever that in fact the American THE CONFERENCE at San citizen was cooperating with this Discoverer No 25 in polar orbit VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE Calif The Discov erer No 25 satellite was circling the earth every 91 minutes Sat urday carrying a secret pay load the Air Force hopes to re cover in one to four days The 2100pound satellite 18th in the series to achieve polar orbit blasted into space through heavy fog at pm CST Friday Because of the fog newsmen a mile from the launch area were unable to see either the missile or its exhaust But they Accord reached Laos princes nationwide strike after urging to resume negotia Jose will discuss ways of ex government while seeming to actj T j1 i j r ii linear M a I C incf inns f f tending the jurisdiction of th World Court as well as othe means of obtaining internation al justice through regional and hemispheric courts US inter vention in Cuba almost certain ly will come up for debate A group of 132 US lawyersylaw professors President and judges sen Kennedy a letter saying that US actions vio lated treaties with Cuba and in ternational agreements such as the UN Charter the Charter of the Organization of Ameri can States and six InterAmer ican treaties and declarations Among the signers was Ar thur Larson former director of the US Information Agency Larson is now director of the World Rule of Law Center at Duke University and a mem ber of the special ABA Rule of Law Committee The agenda at San Jose will be broad Delegates from this nation will perhaps bear in mind the Lincolnian challenge that it is as peacemaker that the lawyer has a superior op portunity man to become a great WHATS IN A NAME MILWAUKEE Wis is manager of engineering at Williams Beers production and the Miller Brewing Co here Walter Brewer is captain of the Brewerys plant guards Other employes include Harold Bock Fred Hopp Harland Slcin and Aloys Booz And one of the companys salesmen is John Sourbecr under Nacvalacs instructions White said The spokesman said the Ameri can had access to classified information but that he furnished only purported secrets to Nac valac Nacvalac gave a sharply dif ferent version of the rendezvous He claims US agents approached him offering him a nice big home cars clothing for you and your family and an excellent edu cation for your children Judge Cooney 72 is dead ward An hour and 45 minutes later tracking stations in Hawaii and Alaska reported the space ve hide was in orbit Since the first Discoverer launching Feb 28 1959 only seven have failed to orbit Bu the figures on capsule recovery are much less impressive Twenty of capability CARROLL UPI District Judge F H Cooney 72 died of a heart attack here Friday short ly after becoming ill and being takento a hospital Cooney a Republican had been district judge since 1944 when he vas appointed to the post by then 30P Gov Bourke B Hickenloop er who is now a US senator rom Iowa He subsequently won reelection to the post in each election since He succeeded the late Judge J Klinker Denison who died n office Cooney was also a for mer Carroll County attorney serving in the post from 192732 and from 193536 ELEVATOR BURNS SPIRIT LAKE grain elc ator owned by Dr A K Rubel vas destroyed by fire here early Saturday them have had the for ejecting space capsules but so far only four capsules have been recovered In keeping with custom the Air Force declined to say whai type of gear the latest 300pounc capsule contained Officials wouldneither confirm nor deny that skyspycamera equipment for the projected Samos satel lite surveillance system was aboard On the inside Clear Lake News Page 3 Church News 45 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 8 Sports 910 Editorials 11 Comics 12 Business News 1314 Transit Schedule 14 North Iowa News16 he parties tions The effects of the strike have Deen slow to show up Only six hips were tied up in New York Friday In San Francisco no vessels Aere scheduled to sail and there was no immediate way of meas uring the scope of the walkout Seven ships were being picket ed in New Orleans and other orts reported similar situations Union leaders said the number f vessels affected would mount iver the weekend The main obstacle in the dis pute is the unions demand to be iven the right to bargain for crews of Americanowned ships that are registered under for eign flags socalled runaway ships There are about 450 of these mostly tankers NEW CITIZEN LOS ANGELES UPI Carla Al berghetti 21 is a United States citizen now The Italianborn actress singer was naturalized in federal court Friday Her sis ter Anna Maria became a citi zen last February LAOTIAN PRINCES IN REPORTED AGREEMENT Premier Prince Boun Oum his proCommunist rival Prince Souphanouvong leader of the Pathet Lao guerrillas and Prince Souvanna Phouma selfstyled neutral left to Photofax reported to have agreed to seek formation of a government of national union Immediate aim of the three rival princes will be to decide on a single delegation to represent Laos at the boggeddown Geneva conference owa Partly cloudy with slowlj rising temperatures through Sun day Low Saturday in the 50s High Sunday 8085 Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy and mild North Iowa Partly cloudy with slowly rising temperatures through Sunday Low Saturday 5256 High Sunday 8085 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 76 42 65 62 39 Chained son to keep him home Parents charged CHARLES and Anna Nemmers Charles City ave been charged with chaining heir son 16 to keep him at home The couple appeared at a hear ng in juvenile court before Judge A Beardmore charged with leglect of children The action vas instigated by County Attor ey Jack Prye and Sheriff Lane fter complaints were received that the Nemmers were neglect ing their three children 16 12 and 5 years of age Judge Beardmore continued the case upon the promise from the Nemmers to provide better care and supervision of the children N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES AntiUS outburst in Peru LIMA police armed with sabres ringed the University of San Marcos to prevent a repetition of the antiAmerican outbursts that marred the arrival in Peru of U S Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson Police were forced to use tear gas three times Friday to break up marches by students dem onstrating against the United States Independence for West Indies LONDON Britains West Indies colonies will become an independent federal state within the Com monwealth next May 31it was announced by the Colonial Office Drug price fixing victory SAN FRANCISCO The government victory in its first criminal case involving drug price fixing is expected to have nationwide repercussions A federal court jury returned a verdict of guilty against the Northern California Pharmaceutical Association on the charge of conspiring to fix prescription drug prices in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act Heat wave in West SEATTLE Wash Summers first blistering heat wave lingers oninsome parts of the West The forest fke situation remained serious in many areas Unseasonable heat persisted in the state of Washing ton as Pasco had a maximum of 110 degrees Walla Walla 105 and Spokane 95 West Berliners demonstrate BERLIN Mayor Willy Brandt called on all freedomloving Berliners to turn out for a giant rally to demonstrate their opposition to Soviet designs on the city And along the citys IronrCurtain borders bonfires blazed as a symbol of the determination of West Berlin to remain free from communism PLAN ENDORSED WASHINGTON to establish the Civil Rights omniission a s a permanent federal agency Saturday had he endorsement oC the1 Ken icdy administration i CASTRO LEADS NEWSMEN ON TOUR Ameri Photofax week and Premier Castro personally led them on an can newsmen were drdered out of Cuba following the inspection of the invasion area Now he says illfated invasion try last April Several came back with the Tractors for Freedom delegation this the U S reporters are welcome to return anytime National union is top goal May break stalemate ZURICH Switzerland Gen Phoumi Nosavan pro Western Laotian military strongman said Saturday the kingdoms three warring princes have agreed to seek formation of a government of national union Phoumi issued the statement after a meeting between Prem ier Prince Boon Oum and his proCommunist rival Prince Souphanouvong head of the Pathet Lao guerrillas strongprinces We are all in perfect agree ment Phoumi told newsmen We are now going to seek formation of a government of national union THE TWO princes met fol lowing a preliminary huddle Friday between Boun Oum and Prince Souvanna Phouma self styled neutral who claims to be rightful premier of Laos Immediate aim of the three rival princes will be to decide on a single delegation to repre sent Laos at the Geneva confer ence which has bogged down in efforis to make the Southeast Asian kingdom peacefully neu tral Phoumi said earlier the items the three princes will take up will be application of the cease fire in Laos where scattered jungle fighting continues the countrys neurtality and na tional reconciliation THERE WAS no immediate comment from Souphanouvong about the meeting Phoumi said Boun Oum will continue to meet with his rivals in an effort to iron out details of what he said will represent a general agreement The atmosphere was very cordial Phoumi said We lave agreed on all problems We will now seek formation of i national union government Once the foreign interven ion stops there will be no con licts Boun Oum said I am proposing to the leaders of the pposition to forget the griev nces and rancors to bring real jeace and neutrality to our ountry Sunday School teacher drowns in park outing MARSHALLTOWN UPI A unday School teacher out on a icnic with the children in her lass drowned here Friday despita eroic efforts by four girl stu ents to rescue her Mrs Everett Bryngelson 48 tfarshalltown a teacher in the unday School of the First Bap st Church here drowned after osing her footing while wading ith her class members in the owa River at Rivprview Park Four girls in the class aged U nd 12 rushed into the water in vain attempt to pull her to afety Two lifeguards from a nearby municipal swimming pool rushed the sceije to rescue the four iris from the water and then ulled Mrs Bryngelson to shore fforts to revive her with cial respiration and a resusitator rere futile She was pronounced ead 45 minutes later SAME DATI19M21I   

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