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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL 101 Associated Press and United Press International Full Wires The newspaper that makes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1M2 neighbor UOc a This Paper ConsIsU of Two OM Mo 2M Congress tied up by peanuts iv pensions Change in makeupof top court Reflects new social climate By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Courts tradi tionally change complexions two ways First chameleonlike they in evitably reflect the social climate which nourishes them or rather as someone has said the climate of 50 years earlier This is what critics of the Warren Court1 mean when they call it soci ological Secondly any court is trans parently the sum of the mindsets of its members The court under Chief Justice Warren has been split into what some observers not always accurately label the conservative and the 1 i b e r a wings President Kennedy has been relatively privileged in being able to name two justices in less thai two years in office Presiden Eisenhower named four and i chief justice in eight years Tru man three and a chief justice in about seven President Franklin D Roosevelt actually reconstitutes the court naming eight justice and a chief justice The complexion of the court in session should be fairly easy t describe except thatit is al ways a mistake to think predict how ajudgewill rule The now retired Felix Frank furter is perhaps the classic ex ample of this A strong influenc in the New Deal prior to appoint ment he was supposed to wall on the left side of the road A it turned out he became th leader of the socalled conserve tive wing of the Warren Court This also can be viewed in th light of the paradoxical old adage that a political liberal whe elevated to the bench tends t rule more nearly by the doctrin of stare decisis to let prior de cisions control than does a con servative At any rate Charles E Whit taker an Eisenhower appointee generally viewed as on con servative side has been replace by Byron R White not clearl identified with either sideLack ing a morning line you woul have to guess that he will reflec the attitudes of the man who ap pointed himEach reader will d this for himself but it is fair t suggest that John F Kennedy i deemed by some quite know edgeable observers to be some what more conservative tha is his public image Arthur J Goldberg Frank furters successor and the forme secretary of labor and counsel fo the AFLCIO and the United Stee workers must be considered liberal on the basis of his antecec ents but he could be a fooler Th closing sentence of his letter t the President had the ring o judicial restraint He wrqte I can only assure you that shall do my best todischarge n high judicial office with fidelity to the principles of the Constitu tion and fidelity to the great trad tions of the nations highes court That leaves on the conservativ side Justices Tom C Clark Jbh M Harlan and Potter Stewar The liberals would be Chie Justice Earl Warren and Ju tices Hugo L Black William C Douglas William J Brennan Jr and Goldberg On the face of it this means serious shifting from right to lef The complexion of a court als frequently is disfigured by th hastily applied cosmetics of thehim SUZANNE CLIFT No reason Socialite admits slaying BOSTON Clift 21 Boston society girl was hel for a grand jury Friday on charge of murdering the man sh lad talked of marrying Pier Brentani 27 ItalianVelectronic engineer Miss Clift displayed no emotio during the proceedings Sgt Det Leo Gannon recited i a low voice to Judge George W Roberts the circumstances of th finding of the nude body of Bren tani padlocked in the girls apart ment He had been shot in th iiead Then the judge ordered her hel without bail for the sitting of th Suffolk County grand jury whic convenes the first Monday in No vember Det Lt Edward Sherry Some hope to adjourn Saturday WASHINGTON feel ngs over peanuts and pensions ept Congress in groping uncer ainty Friday over when it could ring its session to an end Right after the Senatemet for rhat some hoped would be a dash oward a finish line Saturday igbt Sen Richard B Russell Ga won a vote that it would tand by its position on the multi illiondollar farm appropriation ill Thats where the peanuts ome in The Senate is insisting on about 25 million for a number of re earch facilities including a million peanut marketing labora ory at Dawson Ga The House s resisting just as hard so there s a deadlock on a bill that must et final action before Congress idjourns The pensions issue is in a bill now at the White House It would permit selfemployed persons to establish pension plans for them selves Congressional advocates of this dea are apprehensive that Presi dent Kennedy would like to veto it an nounced the booking of Miss Clif Thursday night Sherry said the girl was ver calm almost stoic as she told he story He said she gave no reaso for the slaying She identified a 22caIiber pi tol found in the kitchen of th apartment she shared with her so cially prominent grandmother Barbara Pierce Pearmain 71 the murder weapon Police said Miss Clifttold them she shot Brentani early Monda in the room where he was fount She said she did not leave th house until Tuesday The slender blonde girl told flying to South America and back Miss Clift niece of movie acto Montgomery Clift was arreste shortly after she entered Massa chusetts General Hospitar Thur day night Police found her after getting lead from a taxicab driver Mrs Pearmain found the bod when she returned home from 10day vacation at her summe Around ongside ing a South Dakota group collided on Highway 218 south of Austin Another must matter before ad journment is final action on the oreign aid appropriations bill SenateHouse conferees agreed Friday on a bill but the House and Senate still must act The total is million more than the House originally voted and million less than the Sen ate putin itsbill The House passed a mise bill to increase postal rates S600 million a year and at the same time raise salaries of gov ernment workers billion a year in two steps House action delayed on a technicality sent the measure to President Kenne dy The major provision affecting the general public will be an in crease in letter mail rates next Jan 7 Firstclass letters will require a fivecent stamp air mail eight cents and post cards four onecent increase in each instance These will bring in an added million a year Other rate increases for papers magazines and advertis ing material would be spread over three years starting in January Pay raises for 16 million gov ernment workers would become effective with the first pay pe riod after Kennedy signs the bill A second increase would take effect Jan 1 1964 on Cityans h dead at A mong Accuses MOSCOW The Soviet government Friday accused Cmdr Raymond D Smiththe assistant US naval attache at the embas sy here of espionage He was or dered to leave the country imme diately The Soviet news agency Tass said On Oct 2 competent Soviet or gans detained in Leningrad an un known person who conducted care ful observations of a military ob ject Jhs detained person was found Friday to be the assistant US na val attache Raymond Smith He had with him detailed maps notes and special apparatus which prove without doubt that Smith was engaged in spying Moscow radio said McSweeney had been told The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is lodging a firm protest to the embassy in connec tion with Smiths spying activities which are incompatible with his status as a diplomat and considers 22cent overcharge brings complaint CEDAR Cedar the further stay of Smith in the Rapids grocer was under indictSoviet Union undesirable The US consul said he had re ment on a charge of obtaining money by false pretenses Friday because of a 22 cent overcharge on a ham The complaint was filed by John L Stepanek of Cedar Rap ids who complained that the home in Osterville on Cape Cod grocer Slayman M u r r a y 31 Brentamt who worked for Mincharged him 22 cents more for neapohsHoneywell Co was a naa ham than the price listed on tive of Dresden Germany the store window Woman against mechanic Struggle of wills SAN DIEGO Calif UPI Clara Fuchs claimed a moral victory over a San Diego commercial garage manager based on an allnight vigil spent with her ailing automobile in his locked establishment Her husband passed sandwiches and coffee through a win dow to sustain her during the Uhour ordeal Emerging she said Ive got an awful headache and a fever and my feet hurt But this man thought 1 had to do what he told showed press For a specific the Suprem Court initially was criticized an still is being criticized to som extent as antireligious because of its school prayer decision of last June Justice Clark in a speech in San Francisco recently made the point that it was not until the public learned that all the court had de cided was that the government shall not take part in the estab lishment of religion that the deci sion was really understood The struggle of wills began the night before when Mrs Fuchs drove her car into trie garage for some brake work A mechanic removed the wheels made a diagnosis and quoted a price of Too much said she and directed him to put the wheels back on He refused The manager told her it was quitting time the employes were going home Im going to stay with my car she said even rf it takes a week to get it The garage hands went home Mrs Fuchs spent a sleepless night with her unshod vehicle In the morning the mechanic replaced the seven minutes by her she drove triumphantly home jected the protest as well as the charges that Smith was en gaged in espi onage but as usual in these cases we are complying with the ministrys wishes Smith was detained and questioned by Soviet au thorities Tues day while on a SMITH trip to Leningrad The naval offi cer married with three children arrived in Moscow last June The action was believed to be Russias response to the ouster last week by the US of two Rus sian delegates to the United Na tions The pair was linked to the passage of Navy secrets by US sailor SAME DATE Stfttjr North Iowa Increasing cloudi ness and warmer Friday night lows near 50 Considerable cloudiness and mild Saturday with scattered showers and thunderstorms by late afternoon orevening highs in the upper 60s Iowa Increasing cloudiness and warmer Friday night with occa sional rain and scattered thun derstorms beginning extreme southwest and spreading over state Saturday Lows Friday night in the 50s Highs Saturday about 65 northeast to 75 south west Outlook for tered showers and thunder storms little temperature change Minnesota Mostly cloudy show ers Highs Saturday in 60s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 63 Minimum 41 At 8 am 45 Precipitation Trace Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 75 Minimum 42 Impact demolishes both car s Six persons including three killed late Thursday afternoon in a headon twocar crash on High way 218 about five miles south of Austin Minn The Mason Cityans riding in a northbound car were James R Nashel 52his wife Mary 47 and Carl Emerson Gray 21 The other victims in a south bound car were from Faith SD They were Jens Jensen 77 his son Edwin 43 and the sons wife Roxana 41 Coroner George Stahl Austin said Gray was driving one of the death cars which met with such impact that the twoiendedin shambles only a few feet apart Mrs Jensen andNashel died at the crash scene The other four victims died in an Austin hospital within a few hours after the accident Cause of the accident was a puzzle to investigating officers There were no marks on the paving to trace the paths of the two cars although it was evi dent from the wreckage that they had hit almost headon Which car had swerved off its side of the road could not be determined French premier ousted in ontiDe Gaulle move PARIS fft France Friday headed into a national election by a popular vote battle between President Charles de Gaulle and his political oppo sition on the issues of executive leadership and parliamentary gov ernment This was the result of the Na tional Assemblys adoption of a motion censuring Premier Georges Pompidou for De Gaulles pro posed constitutional amendment N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES YonJc killed in Viet Nam SAIGON South Viet Nam A U S Army heli copter crew chief was killed and two other Americans were wounded in a battle against a Communist guer rilla force 42 miles south of Saigon Held for burning church ATLANTA Ga The Justice Department has filed charges against two white men in connection with an Aug 15 fire at a Negro church in southwest Georgia The Shady Grove Baptist near the first of four Negro churches which burned in an area around Albany Eleanor has lung infection NEW YORK The condition of Eleanor Roose velt 77 who is suffering from a infectious lung con dition deteriorated somewhat today but added that her condition is not considered critical Effect of Hbomb test WASHINGTON A dome of earth 600 to 800 feet across longer than two football fields was thrown 2000 feet high by a clean midget Hbomb exploded underground in Nevada July 6 The Atomic Energy Commission disclosed that the blast set off at a depth of 635 feet dug a crater 1200 feet in di ameter and 320 feet deep o have future presidents elected The censure motion mustered 280 votes well above the required absolute majority of 241 Its pas sage forces Pompidou to resign Although De Gaulle could appoint another aides said he vould dissolve the National As iembly and call national elections The coming battle will be fought iver the issue of a strong presi dency backed by periodic refer indums and plebiscites versus overnment by Parliament De Gaulle is banking on his own jreat personal popularity and the lability he has brought Frances overnment His opposition is raising the specter of Louis Napo con and the 19year dictatorship ic established as Emperor Napo eon III The president fired the opening un in his campaign Thursday hreatening to quit unless the rench people approve his direct election amendment in a referen dum he has scheduled Oct 28 His sevenyear term ends in early 1966 Pompidous defeat brought the ifth Republic its first real Cab net crisis The last time the Na tional Assembly overthrew a gov ernment was in April 1958 in the twilight of the Fourth Republic when it ousted Premier Felix Gaillard On the inside Editorials 4 CubGazette 5 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 North Iowa News 8 Sports 910 Society News 13 Clear Lake News 14 Comics 15 a farmer Hy ingat the side of the rbad at the accident scene said there had been four accidents there in the last eightyears but this was the first fatality He pointed out a small rise in the paving south of the wreck age Severaltimes he said he has seen cars passing others be cause they thought the road ahead was clear when actually an vapproaching car was hiddeo by the rise Gray was driving his own car on an errand to Austin his for mer home and the home of his wifes parents Thc Nashels re portedly had gonealong just for the ride They were riding in the back seat of the car Mr Nashel of 638 6th Place SE was born Nov 29 1909 at Scotland SD son of Frank and Christina Brown Nashel The amily moved to Mason City vhen he was very young and he ittended the Mason City schools He began working on the Mil vaukee Road in 1929 and had been an engineer more than 30 ears Surviving are his mother Mrs Frank Christina Nashel 329 Carolina SE and a sister Kirs R J Dixie Macket 1217 Madison NW He was preceded n death by two brothers and his ather in 1956 He was a member of the lights of Columbus and the Brotherhood of Railroad Engi neers and Firemen Mrs Nashel was born Mary Madonna Dominy Nov 4 1914 t Goodell daughter of Francis and Jessie Lowenberg Dominy She attended schools at loodell and had lived in Mason ity more than 20 years Surviving are her father brands Goodell two sisters Mrs Leo Lynna Smith Bel mond and Marilyn Dominy roodell and a brother Phillip Dominy Shewas preceded m death by her mother in 1959 Funeral arrangements are in complete Visitation at ttie loganMcKee Colonial Funeral Home after 4 pm Saturday Mr Gray 607 3rd NE had lived in Mason City about four years He was a brakeman on the Milwaukee Road His father s roadmaster for the Milwaukee n Mason City Surviving are his wife Jean a son Michael 1 and daughter Tamara 2 his parents Mr and Mrs Ralph Gray Mason City a brother Ronnie Lee Gray Richmond Calif and a sister Sandra Gray Mason City His wife was the former Jean Hall daughter of Mr and Mrs nold Hall Austin Funeral services will be held it 2 pm Monday at the Mayer funeral Home Austin The Rev v   

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