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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowai Daily Newspaper for tfw Th CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 newspaper that makes all North I HOME EDITION Wtrw MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1M2 o wans neighbors We Paper of rout OM Itf DO after quakes NAPLESItaly AP New wctc earth tremors spread panic in among the dead and injured southern Italy Wednesday after The earth shocks left a trail of a severe earthquake Tuesday kmage from this port city to the night that took about 15 lives and Adriatic Coast Some of the deaths injured at least 100 Ruling on prayer defended Justice helps clear the air By LOUJS CASSELS United Press International V fUUA J JJ Hit people but among the best ConWar I died Tuesday stitutional lawyers about the effect of the ruling on religious exercises in public schools Clark said tfw court did not outlaw religious observances in schools But Justice Hugo L Black who wrote the majority opinion said In so many words that the court was applying the Constitution in such a way as to prohibit state FKOM OKR WIRE SERVICES laws respecting an establishment that has tried writing an official H i prayer for school use But a good er many states have laws ch tinnai JT sanction or require the daily Sed recital of the Lords prayer and Jjp the crew membm of the reading of passages from the Kennedy disclosed the first Do such laws constitute an After thtir mating Three cases which have been appealed to the court from Pcnnho Maryland and Florida through an opening in the ice will give the justices an opportun Ky to answer the question unncy apparently explains the ab tquivocally their next term No foreigners were reported North Party scat J f P f 13 f oHntlJAPa f Vtlinstnwi were attributed to heart attacks from fright Many of the injured were hurt in panicky flights from swaying homes and buildings Jacqueline Kennedys cliffside Iowa vacation villa at Ravello is only 45 miles southwest of the apparent epicenter of the worst quake Only slight tremors were felt there and Mrs Kennedys 4yearold daugh ter Caroline and the rest household remained calm serv ants said The American First Lady was visiting in the garden of another villa across town Only a slight Minnesota tremor was felt there Premier Amintore Fanfani flew here Wednesday to help officials speed relief Thousands of frightened Italians T spent the night in the open New It is extremely rare for a memshocks at am and 715 a m ber of the US Supreme Court to followed Tuesday nights major comment publicly on a decision quake at pm that has aroused controversy This Neapolitan city kept its Custom decrees that a formal public parks open for refugees opinion must speak for itself withPolice estimated a third of the out offthe bench interpretation 1500000 residents spent the night from individual justices in the open In view of this tradition conSeveral bridges were wrecked siderable significance may be attelephone lines knocked down tached to a speech which Justice water and power systems in many iom u Clark delivered recently communities cut off Police pa before the Commonwealth Club trolled glasslittered streets of of San Francisco stricken towns against looters stemmed at LfP in new in this area around Vesuvius cS He said manv The worst shocks struck in an ImDressTfrn TSt area between two cities that have SSsSAss ssswwws r v were injured Kf deCMVe py and communications Build The Constitution says that the in8s lay in ruins government shall take no part in Church bells chimed wildly the establishment of religion No throughout the countryside as the means no ground rocked across the penin Clark did not seek to make the su5a to the Adriatic press a scapegoat for public mis understanding of the ruling He said the court itself might be for saving up its deci sions to be handed down en masse on a single day of each week On this particular Monday he noted the court issued n the atmosphere was registered 16 decisions and news agencies Wednesday b y Uppsala U n i were pushed even to get the reversitys Seismological Institution suit much Jess the reasoning Uppsala scientists put the back of each judgment strength of the explosion at about Initially the courts mail was nne to nine heavily critical But as soon million tons of TNT That would as the people understood the holdmake it the No 3 blast in size of ing the trend changed In fact the five explosions set off in the most of my mail was favorable current Soviet series Clarks comments may put the quietus on some of the jnore ex VETERAN FLIER DIES treme interpretations which have SCOTCH PLAINS N J been placed on the prayer ruling Austin B Crehore 69a mem y 5U lcaverom for ter of the fWd Lafayette Es debate not amnn Fifth Russian atomic blast in new series UPPSALA Sweden AP new Soviet nuclear test explosion HoKofsv it juaiayeue bllc VJUIHIUUIUSE iorce Strle SfiLS the lei CHANCE of RAIN tered showers and thunder storms Wednesday night and Thursday with chance of locally heavy thunderstorms Wednes day evening Continued hot and humid Lows Wednesday night 6572 Highs Thursday in low 90s Partly cloudy through Thursday Scattered showers and thunderstorms with some heavy thunderstorms north Wednesday evening Continued warm and humid Wednesday night lows mid 60s northeast to mid 70s southwest A little cooler northwest Thursday highs in low 90s Variable cloudiness showers High Thursday near GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 86 Minimum 58 N ewsin a utsheli FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Dukes to die CHICAGO Illinois Gov Otto Kernel who three weeks ago set a legal precedent in spar ing the life of condemned player Paul Crump re fushed to save cop killer James Dukes from death in the electric chair Fri day charge sen Clair Engle DCalif said former Treasury sec retary George M Humph rey and his family reaped windfalls of mil lion at taxpayer expense partly because Humph reys mi n i ri g company deliberately misrepre sented the cost of exe cuting a government stockpile contract Followed orders WASHINGTON An Agriculture Department official testified that he wrote a false report whitewashing Billie Sol Estes disputed cotton al lotments on instructions from higher up Thomas Miller said his instruc tions came directly from Emery E Red Jacobs deputy director of the Agricultural Stabil i z a tion and Conservation Service 766 Reds slain SAIGON South Viet Vietnamese troops claimed 166 Red guerrillas were killed and 25 captured in their of fensive to break the back of the Communist force ta milit t tight ns on ARMORED CARS Soviet On the inside Comics Page 10 Clear Lake News 1213 Society News 14151617 Sports 1920 Editorials 22 North Iowa News 24 Latest Markets 28 Mason City News 2829 Fair attendance continues high DES M 0 IN E S UPDIowa State Fair officials Wednesday were openly optimistic that at tendance would surpass last years fair crowds and credited the earlier fair dates for the in crease Fair Secretary Lloyd Cunning ham said moving the fair ahead one week is allowing hundreds of rural families to remain until the md of the 10day event He said many farm residents have had to eave earlyin the past to enroll their children in school Attendance Tuesday was 35751 ompared with 31167 on the same day a year ago The total through Tuesday was 255322 comparedto 240380 at the same time last year EVANSTON III CAP The US Department of Agriculture has suspended its grain storage agreement with a Luther Iowa US subs rendezvous under ice qt pole then surface WASHINGTONPresident Ken two US nuclearpowered subma awards ceremony of Waldo K Lyon submarine and Arctic re search director of the Navy Elec tronic Laboratory at San Diego icbools The majority opinion also stated r explicitly that government has no SSaSS beneShLL ST i u business writing or sanctioning Sh 3 S the Ly Was scheduled to receive official prayers Thn 4 medal for New Yorkwhere the Jue 25 tT6 service but it was ex case originatedis the fereni as the Va e nST WaS absent on a that has tried writing an official S63 fldentia and his sense and reason and control into the farm surplus situation He said the Senate Judiciary committee had drafted a tight ened drug control bill along i i 12th Iowa firm named in shortage of grain shortage of about in ernment graini A spokesman at the depart California named head at Luther DECORAH Rev Dr Elwin W Farwell of Thousand Oaks Calif is the new president of Luther College Farwell 43 dean of California Lutheran College will assume of fice here May 1 succeeding Dr J W Ylvisaker who has resigned for reasons of health He was ap pointed by the Luther Board of Regents Tuesday Dr David T Nelson head of the English department at Luther will serve as acting president of the college until Dr Farwell as sumes his new duties Farwell is a graduate of Michi gan State University and Pacific Lutheran Theological School He holds a doctorate from the Uni versity of California He served as pastor of Ihe Salem Lutheran Church in Andrew Iowa from 1959 to 1961 Earlier this year the Board of Regents appointed Dr Sidney may be an additional shortage o 100000 bushels of grain belonging to the Luther warehouse icBiuucu UILIW iere menu a complete investiga fied the firm as the Farmers Cotion by the department and the operative Elevator Co of Luther Iowa Commerce Commission the near Boone spokesman said all governmen warehouse because of an alleged i regional office rere identi He said federal inspectors have reported a shortage estimated at 10000 bushels of corn valuedat and 24000 bushels of soy beans valued at The Agriculture Department of ficial said reports indicated there received the medal for him In other matters Kennedy prodded Congress to take favor able action on his farm drug control antipoll tax trade and United Nations bond measures The said the five bills were important to help the Congress write a very impres sive record this year The hitherto secret dual jour sence from a recent White House farm bill passed by the Senate shortly before he met with re porters would give the govern ment an opportunity to bring House would vote Monday on a proposed constitutional amcnd ment that would bar states from imposing poll taxes in elections for federal offices and urged re moval of this outmoded bar to1 voting He called the trade bill one of the most important meas ures in many years and urged its approval by the Senate with out addition of restrictions that would tie the hands of American tariff negotiators As for the UN bond purchase bill he said it was not Demo cratic or Republican but Amer ican Bulletins PARIS UPI Presidtnt Charles escaped an assassination attempt Wednes day as left Paris for his country home in eastern WASHINGTON Senate approved a last try farm bill that would give President Kennedy only a remnant of the tough controls he sought to cut surplus wheat and feed grain crops SAME Safety Department Fliares Black Means Traffic Dcalb In Past 24 Roars grain will be removed from the warehouse The latest disclosure brought to 12 the number of shortages of gov ernment grain in Iowa warehouses this year One involved the Farm ers Elevator Inc Mason City The Luther firm according to federal and state officials failed to list at least 25000 bushels o government corn received from farmers on warehouse receipts a is required Les Hughes of Madrid presi dent of the Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co said he had suspect ed that something was wrong in the operation of the warehouse but had nothing to verifyit Were in the midst of an au dit he said and until its com pleted we wont know what our loss is or what happened v A x V WHOS NAP TIME IS Stine near Jefferson came to the Iowa State Fair with his family Right after the noon hour Stine took his son John to a shaded spot for Johns usual nap But who Was it that went to sleep The picture tells the story Armor used by New move in cold war BERLIN Soviet Un on summarily abolished its com mandants office in Berlin Wednes lay and told the Western Allies henceforth they must deal with he Soviet military command in last Germany The move coming at a time of rising he divided city was apparently a new step in the Soviet campaign to oust Western iarrisons The decision appeared intended to support the Soviet claim of East German Communist sovereignty in matters concerning Berlin except in strictly fourpow er military There was no immediate com ment from Maj Gen Albert Wat son 11the American commandant The announcement came two hours after US Military Police at Checkpoint Charlie held up three Soviet armored cars for 45 min utes at the border crossing point A hassle developed as the Rus sians insisted they did not want an escort despite recent stonings of Red army buses carrying sentries o the Soviet war memorial in the British sector The Soviet cars finally went hrough accompanied by an American military escort The Soviet announcement said he Western powers have used the xistence of the Soviet comman dants office as an excuse to inter ere in internal affairs of East Germany The announcement declared the Vestern powers are resorting to uch measures in order to pre serve the occupation regime in West Berlin as a cover for the North Atlantic Treaty organization military base The Soviet announcement hinted at further moves The Russians said matters taken up by the Soviet commandant such as movement of supplies for he Western garrisons and move ment of troops in and out of West Berlin are temporarily within he jurisdiction of the headquar ers of the group of Soviet troops n Germany That meant that even the ar was subject to change Sir Christopher Steel head of he British military government in Berlin said the abolition of the So viet command appears to have no great political implicates But he said he wanted to know more be fore commenting further In the incident at Checkpoint Charlie Wednesday a US jeep pulled out of a doorway and block edthe path of the three Soviet armored cars At first the Russians refused to get out of their olive drab cars marked with the red star Then two Soviet officers emerged and talked with a US major A US Army sedan trailed the Soviet convoy to the Soviet war memorial in the British sector The Russians returned about 45 minutes later and were quickly waved through the checkpoint into East Berlin The have repeatedly rejected escorts while traveling in West Berlin despite the stoning by West Berlin demonstrators They switched from buses to armored cars Earlier East German border guards and West Berlin police fought with rocks and tear gas grenades across the Communist wall NO TV DEBATE LOS ANGELES Edmund G Brown andhis op ponent in the coming November subcrnatorial election Richard M Nixon confirmed that negotiations for planned television kid bogged down   

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