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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Daily Newspdpci Ediftd fer the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 The news pa pe r Associated Press and United Press International Full Wires that makes all North 1 o w a n s n e i g h b o r s MASON CTY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 1 1962 10c copyms Papci Corisisls OE One HOME 1DITION Reds noisy on May Day No 7t THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A police fight with in Havana dancers in Tokyo and art ear cracking propaganda battle between batteries of loudspeakers over Berlins wall marked the celebration of May Day The traditional speeches rallies and parades were heid in Mos cows Red Square Peipings Heavenly Peace Square and oth er Communist capitals and else where Cubas Prime Minister Fide Castro presided over a manimoth parade of workers in straw of the Cuban Religion and our schools Court studies daily prayer By RICHARD SPONG Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The coinci dence of Easter and the Jewish Passover this year has stirred up a new flurry of protest against religion in the schools The US Supreme Court is ex pected to rule during its present me uay as term on the constitutionality of a the feast ofSt Joseph the Ro 22uord daily prayer said by stuman Catholic Churchs pontiff dents in New York State public Pope John XXIII received 20 000 schools And two conflicting rulpeople in St Peters and paid ings on daily Bible reading in tribute to the humble carpenter pubhc schools are headed for the of Nazareth nigh court Red chinas radio said three The Supreme Court repeatedly million people participated in pa has recognized a wall of separarades arid festivities in squares tion between Church and State as parks and stadiums in Peipini In Tokyo 200000 Japanese massed in Meiji Park for a dem onstration that put less stress on antiAmerican themes than in re cent years But50 persons were injured when about 3000leftwing studenlj shouting Stop the nu clear tests stopped traffic with a snake dance and clashed with police The first day of May was select ed as international labor day by the international Socialist con gress of 1889 and is observed in most industrial nations except the United States and Canada It was observed on both sides of Berlins wall About 700000 West Berliners gathered within 300 yards of the wall to hear Gen Lucius D Clay President Kenne dys personal envoy to the city West Berlin Mayor WillyBrandt and West German President Hein rich Luebke A battery of 42 Communist loudspeakers mounted on trucks tried to drown outjClay and the other speakers They were an swered by 30 truckmounted loud speakers from the Western side Clay making a farewell appear ance on his mission to Berlin was cheered when he declared the United States will live up to its commitments in the city In East Berlin about 8000 soldiers in goosestep paraded with military vehicles and rock ets past a reviewing stand In Italy where the late Pope Pius XII designated the day as a creation of the First Amend ment But the Constitution says and elsewhere With Soviet Premier Khnish law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof And in the states the entire area of the First Amendment guarantee is cloudy A threejudge federal court in Pennsylvania ruled in February that a state law requiring daily Bible reading in public schools was unconstitutional Marylands Court of Appeals in April upheld the constitutionality of a similar statute State courts in Louisiana 1915 and Wisconsin 1390 ruled laws similar to the disputed Penn sylvania measure unconstitutional Like practices are illegal in Illin ois Nebraska South Dakota and Washington but are legal in Colorado Georgia Maine Massa chusetts Michigan Minnesota New Jersey Ohio and Tennessee Biblereading in schools is illegal in New York State where the courts found nothing wrong with this daily prayer Almighty God we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee and we beg Thy bless ings upon us our parents our teachers and our country Connecticut statutes are silent on Bible reading in public schools New Jersey requires the daily reading of portions of the Old Testament without comment The daily prayer measure of New York State was challenged April 3 before the US Supreme Court by attorneys for parents with children in public schools ol New Hyde Park LI Twoof the parents are Jewish one is a member of the Ethical Culture Society one is a Unitarian anc one a noiibeliever This is perhaps a representative cross section of the opposition td religious prac tices in the schools only Congress shall make no chev and other top leaders watch ing from atop Lenins tomb as usual the Soviet Union staged one of the least belligerent May Day celebrations ever seen in Moscows Red Square The keynote speech by the So viet defense minister Marsha Ecdicn Y Malinovsky containec only routine attacks on the United States and the usual pledges that the Soviet forces would beat ofi any attacker The military parade of troop carriers tanks and rockets lasted only nine minutes and there was nothing new for Western military observers to see The facade of the historica museum at the end of Red Square was dominated by a banner call ing for a mighty upsurge in agriculture instead of the usua forward to the victory of com munism Badly lagging farm production is the Soviet Unions current No 1 problem Retired farmer i 11 i Kmea oy tree south of Rudd RUDD Ernest Virtle Bass 63 instantly Mondaj while Cutting trees on the Wil Ham Frevert farm south o Rudd Bass was working with War ren Frevert who left to get i tractor when Frevert returned to the wooded area a tree hac fallen on Bass Land the chain saw was still running Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 pm at the Firs Methodist Church The Rev E Paul Hansen will officiate Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery R u dd Shecklei Funeral Home Nora Springs is in charge Born Feb 11 1899 in Web ster City Mo he was the son of John and Melissa DeArmonc Bass He had lived in the Rud area since 1919 He was mar Objection arises even where the law provides that upon application of the parent a pupil may absent himself from the Biblereading or remain mute during prayer No child parents say should be forced to identify himself among his fellows as a nonconformist Opposition usually gets most vocal during the observances of Easter and Passover and of Christmas and Hannukah The ra tionale was given by the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington early this year Joint observance of religious holidays the council holds only complicates the problem by in troducing more rather than less religious observance Moreover the council asserted joint reli gious holiday observances violate the conscience of many religious persons Jews and Christians alike and introduce into the minds of children strange distortions and profusions PRINCE CHARLES OFF TO SCHOOL Pdnce Charles looks over and his father Prince Philip prepare to board plane in London for flight to Scotland where Charles was to begin studies at a new school The 13yearold heir to British throne is enrolled atSpartan Gordonstoim School breaking centuriesold tradition that most future kings of England are educated privately by a tutor in the palace N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Warning on missile tests WASHINGTON TheUnited States willgive the worlds Scientists about four days notice before firing the Pacific in July The Pentagon said ad vance word of the three blasts will be given so that geophysicists and other scientists can make measure ments of interest to the scientific community Educational TV pushed WASHINGTON President Kennedy signed into law a measure providing million infederal funds to encourage the growth of educational televi sion stations Favor railroad merger NEW YORK An Interstate Commerce Com mission examiner recommended that the Chesapeake Ohio Railway be permitted to take direct control of the Baltimore Ohio by an exchange of stock Salinger to visit Russia f WASHINGTON press secretary Pierre Salinger has revived plans to visit Russia and will spend nearly a week there later this month Sal inger originally had planned to leave for Russia about a week or 10 days earlier but his trip was put in abeyance for a time when EastWest relations were particularly tense during the early phases of the Geneva disarmament meetingin March Bigger space capsules ahead NEW YORK Soviet astronaut Gherman Titov said the time is not far away when well be walking around the cabin of space vehicles Titov on his last day of sightseeing here before going to Washington said he stood up in his space capsule during his 17 orbits around the earth because he could not reach the ceiling from his seat But he said he did not try to Walk around Medical aid bill impasse Firm stand by the AMA ROM OUK WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTONPresident Ken nedy and leaders of the Ameri can Medical Association conferred for nearly an hour Tuesday with out resolving their impasse ovei Kennedys plan to extend medi cal care to the aged under So cial Security The doctors emerged from the Presidents office still flatly op posed to his plan which they contend amounts medicine 2 Yank prisoners in Viet Nam freed to socializec According to Kennedys secre tary of health education anc welfare Abraham Ribicoff the President remained equally con vinced that his proposal is best and will be enacted by Congress Ribicoff attended the session We told him in no uncertain terms that we dont believe that said Dr Leonard M Larson Bis marck NDAMA president VThat is not our we have a very good line of com munication j with the grass roots and the support of the old people for the administrationplan is de creasing now that they realize what it will mean to them Before he met with the AMA eaders was told by Democratic congressional lead ers that they found overwhelm ng favor for the administration medical care for the aged pro gram during trips home while Congress was in Easter recess The report was given by Speaker John W McCormick o Massachusetts at the weekly ijreakfast meeting of Democratic leaders with the President McCormack said he personally found sentiment for the program very strong in Boston and Mas sachusetts generally He said he received similar reports from other members of the House on their return from Easter vaca tions at home McCormack said he is very op timistic that the medical care House SAME They go together Stans Business and politics WASHINGTON President DwigM D Eisen howers budget director told the US Chamber of Commerce Tuesday that the Kennedy administrations policies unless abruptly changed are likely to produce four consecutive def kits Maurice H Stans now president of Western Bancorpora tion San Francisco said businessmen must take an active personal interest in politics if they are concerned over near confiscatory taxes and budget policies which are an open in vitation to a crisis for the dollar Sen Harry F Byrd DVa predicted the fiscal 1963 bud get for which President Kennedy forecast a scant surplus will show another deficit of to billion Byrd told the 4000 businessmendelegates If such a de ficit should develop next year the threeyear deficit would total billion more This would be reminiscent of the huge deft cits of 195859 North Iowa Clearing cooler Tuesday night Fair warmer highs in lower 70s Iowa Clearing colder lows 3843 Wednesday Tues day night lows 3540 Fair warmer Wednesday highs in 70s Further i n g cloudiness scattered showers Thursday Minnesota Fair through Wed nesday Warmer highs Wed nesday 6575 Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 60 Minimum 46 Sunset NICE TRY BOB JACKSONVILLE Fla UPI S Carr 42 was sen tenced to 90 days in jail on a vagrancy charge Monday de spite his plea that my wife works tvery day Held by Commie forces Commander surprised SAIGON South Viet Nam AP US Army enlisted men captured April 8 by Communist uerrillas were recovered Tuesday y South Vietnamese government forces tired but otherwise in good health US officials re ported The twomen Sgt 1 C Francis Quinn of Niagara Falls NY and E Groom pfSt JosephMo were rescuednear the coastal town of Da Nang about 360 miles north of Saigon The spot where they were res cued was not far from the site of the engagement in which the Viet Cong captured them arid Algona farm house burns ALGONA Fire Monday de stroyed the home and all its contents at the Elmer Hauen stein farm four miles south and a mile east of Algona Hauenstein saw smoke com emu ing from the house as he was killed two other American sol working in the field about 4 p m By the time he reached the house it was blazing so he did not couldnt enter to call the fire def whether two were partmcnt He went to a neighfreed m a military operation or bor to call By the time the their Viet Cong firemen arrived there was noth ing they could do to save the bouse Mrs Hauenstein and their three teenage daughters were away from home when the fire started on the back porch from an unknown cause The house was valued at about No estimate has been made of the contents A collection point for dona tion of household goods and clothing has been set up in the Fireside Room of the Trinity Lutheran Church here captors A US helicopter took them to a US Army special forces camp nearDa Naag Quinh and Groom were cap tured in a Viet Cong attack in which Staff Sgt March More orbit flights promised by Russia WASHINGTON UPI One of Russias leading space sci entists said Tuesday the Soviet Union will launch more cosmo nauts into orbit this year The scientist academician A A Blagonravov also said ut uiai me meaicai care Russia expects to put up its first weather satellite this year The will be approved by the United States has launched four successful weather satellites Blagonravov gave a report on Soviet space science at the On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 1011 Sports 1314 Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 international space sci ence symposium being spon sored here by the World Com mittee on COSPAR Space Research diers Vietnamese authorities did not GROOM QUINN and of Plattsmouth Neb and Spec 5 James Gabriel of Hono lulu were killed The four men were assigned to train a group of 31 Vietnamese civil guardsmen in village self defense techniques Survivors reported the group had been bivouacked for the night near a small town An estimated 120 Viet Cong guerrillas attacked the encampment Bodies of the two deaJ Ameri cans were found some distance from the site of the attack v oin Ui 11 IV 44 LI Civ IV Blagonravov is one of two vicelMarchand and Gabriel reportedly presidents of COSPAR The had bjcn badly wounded before other is Dr Richartl W Porter they were captured and appar of the US National Academy cntly the Viol Cong murdered Comics 24 Farm News 25 Transit Schedule 26 North Iowa News ried to Emma Tibbelts June 6 1923 He had lived in Radd sine retiring from farming Surviving are his wife tw sons Danell Rockford an Eldon Rudd eight grandchi dren three brothers Hobart Clarksville James Hartville Mo Theodore Marble Rock two sisters Mrs Charles Barn house Seymour Mo Mrs Jon Oman Neola Iowa BUYS UN BONDS UNITED NATIONS NY M announced Tuesday it will buy in UN bonds largest actual sale to date in the emergency bond issue Clear Lake of Sciences He said in a report on the US space program that this country hopes all nations will cooperate to increase mans knowledge and bring him closer to the stars U S astronaut Alan B Shep ard Jr said previously that the day may come when American and Soviet spacemen will share the same space capsule He did not expect this to happen in EISENHOWER BOYS IN REUNION The four Eisenhower brothers hold a reunion at a breakfast aboard a train dining car in Abilene Kan preceding the formal dedication of the Eisenhower Library Al rholofax From left Milton Earl Edgar and former President Eisenhower The former president arrived by train from California Ihc near future Blagonravov said the high points of Soviet space explora tion in 1961 were the Venus probe launched Feb 12 the oneorbit space flight of Yuri Gagarin April L2 and the 17or nil light of Gherman Titov on Aug 67 Titov who is a delegate to the COSPAR meeting will re port personally on his flight Thursday afternoon at a session in which US astronaut John H Glenn Jr also will participate Blagonravov did not indicate the nature of the forthcoming new Soviet manned space flight There has been speculation the Russians perhaps in the ncarj future will orbit two man spacej ships or send a spa or ship on a trip around the moon FINE FACES TRIAL LEW1SBURG Pa UPI Former Gov John S Fine will go on trial here next Tuesday on charges of evading nearly in federal income taxes menh them because hey were unable to keep up with the marching column Military authorities said Quinn and Groom would be flown to Saigon iate Tuesday but newsmen would not be permitted to inter view them Col G B Layton Washington Iowa chief of the US special forces in South Viet Nam said ha never expected the men to be res cued He said he was overjoyed by the news but could scarcely believe it until he actually saw the mcji at the Saigon airport Only the Newspape ONLY THE NEWSPAPER keeps such a close watch on city hall the county house and the state capital You need a newspaper to find out whats going on in govern   

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