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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North lowafs Doily Newspaper Edittd for CITY GLOBE VOL 1M T L inc newspaper Associated Press and Press International FuU Lease that makes d II North I o w a n s MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1962 neighbors Give The UH1TEO way Mtf 10c i Pajxr Consists of Two SectionsSection Ono No major bill signed into law I At home wherever he goes Dr Ramsey comes calling By DENNIS NEELD LONDON man with the massive head and wisps of white hair flaring around his ears sipped his pint of cider and swapped tales with regulars at the bar of the country pub Few in the Devon Inn recog nized the huge broadshouldered fellow at the bar as the Most Rev Michael Ramsey 100th archbishop of Canterbury and spiritual leader of 42 million Anglicans throughout the world Dr Ramsey who spends sum mer vacations in Devon mixes as easily with farm and factory workers as he does with theolog ical students and other princes of the church Social ease is one of many qua ities that the archbishop carries with him to the United States on an extended visit starting Fri day with stops in New York Trenton NJ lOF THE Chicago I f I U J I I Angeles San FranciscoAlexandriaVa Co lumbia SC and Washington With his walking stickand rough tweeds Dr Ramseycouldbe taken for a countrysquire in the splendor of cope and miter he is the image of a proud pre late from a medieval stained glass window In British ceremonial he takes precedence over the prime min ister Arthur Michael Ramsey 57 is as impressive mentally as he is physically He ranks among the churchs leading theologians and is the author of several books dis tinguished for profound learning and clarity of expression The archbishop tells his clergy men not to court popularity or by sophisticated attempts to be contemporary at all costs Despite his benign expression the archbishop offers no popular comforts Faith is hard he says Religion isnot a cult of happi ness Some questions have no answers We must put aside the keep ing up with the Joneses attitude to life he says There must be an interest in God and in serving our fellows The son of a university lectur er the young Ramsey was edu cated at Repton a famous British school His principal was Dr Geoffrey Fisher Dr Ramseys predecessor as archbishop of Can terbury Last year on Dr Fishers re tirement Dr Ramsey was ap pointed archbishop of Canterbury and primate of all England He three major tasks before him The first wjjs Christian unity The second was to secure for the Church of England the liberty to revise its forms of public worship which at present entails approval by Parliament The third was to bring God home to the people Unity is uppermost in Dr Ram seys mind He has traveled thou sandsof miles to many parts of the world to further it He has been to the Soviet Union twice Of the Roman Catholic ecumeni cal council opening today at the Vatican Dr Ramsey declared It is hot thought possible the council will alter the faith of the Roman Catholic Church er its fun damental claim to be itself alone the Catholic Church of Christ on earth Nor is there likely to be any alteration in our belief as An glicans that this claim of Rome is unacceptable Nevertheless Dr Ramsey add ed a new windof charily lias been blowing amongst Roman Catholics and Anglicans and in part of Christendom A problem of taxes Deadline for Monaco MONTE CAKLO UPI The tiny principality of Monaco has until midnight Friday to make a new tax deal with French President Charles de Gaulle or face the prospect of being swallowed up by France Monaco is known the world over for its Princess Grace its gambling casino its sunny climate and its lack of income taxes The absence of income tax is what bothers De Gaulle He has long suspected that Frenchmen and Drench firms have moved to Monaco to avoid paving French taxes Last April he gave Prince Rainier of Monaco a sixmonth ultimatum Plug the loophole through a new agreement or face integration into the French nation Selects Stuart as new Iowa justice DES MOINES AP William C Stuart 42 Chariton was ap pointed to the Iowa Supreme Court Thursday by Gov Norman Erbe A Republican attorney and for mer state senator Stuart suc eeds Justice Ralph Oliver of Sioux City who resigned recently after serving on the Supreme Court since 1939 Stuart was one of three men nominated for the seatonthe Su preme Court by anominating committee The others were Jon athan B Richards 50 Red Oak Democrat and District Court Judge Harvey Uhlenhopp of Hampton Stuart is married and has four children He was graduated from the University of Iowa in 1842 and was a Navy airplane pilot for three years during World War II He has been practicing Jaw at Chariton since then Erbe will administer the oath of office to Stuart at am Monday Stuart entered law practice in lhariton in 1946 with his father the late George C Stuart He served two fouryear terms in the state Senate ending in 1959 Stuart will be the youngest member of the court Other Re publicans are T G Garfield Ames Norman Hays Knox ville J g Thompson Cedar Rapids Robert L Larson Iowa City Henry K Peterson Coun cil fluffs Bruce M Snell Ida rove and C Edwin Moore Des Moines The only Democrat is T Eu ene Thornton Waterloo Stuart will receive a salary of a year He will fill 01 vers term that expires Dec 31 1964 WILLIAM C STUART The Weather North Iowa Partly cloudy cool er extreme north Thursday night and Friday Lows Thurs day night Highs Friday 7584 i Iowa Partly cloudy through Friday Cooler extreme north Thursday night lows 50 along northern border to 60s south Highs Friday 70s along north ern border to 80s south Fur ther outlook Little change Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy cool er Highs Friday around 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 34 Minimum 61 Sunrise 622 Sunset GYM SHORTS OR EXPULSION alternatives given Judy Rae Bushong 16 a ministers daughter wearing a garb her father pre iers Because of religious reasons she has refused to wear shorts in gym class like those worn by an un identified girl at the right Judy wants to wear pedal pushers which hide her knees She has until this weekend to comply with the Akron Ohio school board s ruling or face expulsion Authorizes federal pay hikes Postal trade and pensions WASHINGTON Kennedy Thursday signed a bil aising postage rates and boost ng salaries of more than a mil ion federal employes Also signed into law was the listoric trade expansion bill giv ng the President vast power to reduce most tariffs repeal oth rs and forge economic links with the booming European lommon Market Kennedy hailed the postal bil as an important step toward putting the postal system on a selfsustaining basis and making ederal jobs more attractive Among the changes First class mail will cost five cents air mail ight cents beginning next Jan 7 With legislators who worked on he bill and representatives ol postal unions watching Kennedy t his signature to the legisla tion in his White House office as he first item on his day schedule The pay section of the bill call for twostep raises averaging 9 per cent for 1 million white col lar workersand 112 per cen for 600000 postal clerks and lette carries f first step goesiintoeffec next payday the second step on Jan 1 1964 Cost of the increase will billion fhenew postal a onecent increase in firstclass anc airmail stamps with smaller in creases for second and third class Intended to bring ir 5600 million in new revenue after three years The new first class and air mail rates begin Jan 7 1963 but most of the second and third class in creases are spread over three years starting in January Of the million in new reve nue million will come from he added penny on first class and air mail stamps Second class users mostly magazine and newspaper publish have their mailing costs ncreased by million after three years chieflythrough three annual increases of 4 per cent for editorial matter and three 10 per cent increases for advertising matter New third class rates will bring n million in new revenue million of it through an in crease from cents per piece of bulk advertising mail to cents after three years The rate for a single piece of bird class mail goes up from 3 cents to 4 cents bringing in an additional million This is the class used by those who send Christmas cards with the en velopes unsealed On Wednesday Kennedy rf uctantly signed a bill permit ing setfempioyed persons such as farmers doctors lawyers and others to take tax deduc ions on pensions which they set up The legislation represented a victory for those working for hemselves who have been clamoring 11 years for the right o set up taxdeductive private pension funds It would permit such persons o claim deductions on one half he amounts put into retirement unds These contributions would be limited to 10 per cent of in come with an annual ceiling of Kennedy was cool towards the bill He said it was not needed since it was to be included in a wideranging program to be submitted next year On the inside Editorials 4 Society News S910 North Iowa News 12 Sports 1314 Latest Markets U Mason City News 1617 Comics 18 Clear News 11 WHITECLAD BISHOPS ENTER ST PETERS BASILICA Progress noted Opens council on unify plea POPE PRAYS COUNCILS SUCCESS VATICAN CITY AP Pope John XXIII Thursday opened the second Vatican Ecumenical Coun Catholicisms greatest assembly of prelates in history with an appeal for Christian unity The 80yearold i pontiff in an address before some 2700 counci delegates in St Peters Basilica said progress had already been made toward unity He spoke spe of a unity of prayers anc aspirations and a unity of esteem and respect Unfortunately the Pope sak the entire Christian family ha not yet fully attained unity in truth The Catholic Church there fore considers it her duty to work actively so that there may be ml filled the great mystery1 of that nity which Jesus Christ invoked with fervent prayer from His ieayenly Father eve of Re lease o f C u ba ns delayed Criticism of ransom mounts HAVANA AP Negotiations lit a snag Wednesday night and he release of 1113 Cuban inva ion prisoners was delayed again But Prime Minister Fidel Castro ilanned further talks with negoti ator James B Donovan The talks between Castro and he New York attorney were ex wcted to end Wednesday night But after the two met for four hitch in negotiations but empha hours in the presidential palace sized there would be further meet a spokesman for the Cuban prisings possibly today or Friday As the negotiations dragged on informants in Havana said Ran American Airways has offered to fly the prisoners to Miami as soon as an agreement is reached The prisoners were captured in oners families committee said Certain points have to be re vised and this will take two or three further meetings The committees spokesman would not say what N Opp ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES oses Cuban trade curbs LONDON British shipowners decided unani mously to oppose any restrictions on their trade with Cuba The Council of Shipping met here to discuss re ports that the U S was planning newmeasures to penalize ships carrying Communist goodsto Cuba Erbe optimistic about Guard MOINES Gov Norman Erbe who has been fighting a Defense Departmentcutback in strength of Iowas National Guard and Army Re serve units says he expects a much more accepta ble plan for reorganization of the Guard Ike receives Army award President Eisenhower received the George Catlett Marshall award given by the Association of the U S Army for selfless and outstanding service to the country While Eisen hower was in office the association had been critical of him for cutbacks in Army strength Quick possible suddenly brightened for quick adjournment of the longest congressional session in 11 years Some lawmakers said it was pos sible the first Kennedy Congress would wind up its work by Friday Group opposes death penalty DES MOINES A citizens committee of perr sons opposed to the death penalty in Iowa will hold an organizational meeting here Friday to map plans for iKS to abolish capital punishment The group which includes such prbnrinent men as former state penitentiary warden Percy K Lainson and several university professors and ministers said a great deal of concern about the death penalty has been gener ated by two recent hangings caused the the Bay of Pigs invasion in April 1961 Castro originally asked million in cash for the release of all those captured Donovan re portedly has offered medicine and food in lieu of cash Relatives or friends have paid for the release of a few captives and 60 sick or wounded prisoners were returned to Miami last April Informed sources in Washington say the US government will pay for a shipment mil lion in medicine and food to Cuba if the prisoners are released Funds raised by friends and rel atives of the captives in the Unit ed States and Latin American pre sumably will make up the remain der of the ransom demanded by Castro for their release Any US payment to Castro is expected to kick up an uproar in Congress Sen John J Williams RDel and Sen John Stennis D Miss told the Senate they oppose any ransom payment Reports circulated in Washing ton that Donovan was acting for the administration in the negotia tions as well as for the families committee But Edwin Guthman Justice Department information officer denied a story in the New York WorldTelegram and Sun that Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy asked Donovan to take on the as signment last June saying the White House had a moral obliga tion to obtain the release of Cu bans captured in an invasion the United States allowed to go ahead SAME DATEW1501 His sacrifice churchy rejoices in peace knowing that she is intU mately associated with that pray er and then exults greatly at see ing that invocation extend its ef ficiency with salutary fruit even among those who are outside her fold The historic first meeting of the council ended at The nextgathering a working session called a general congrega ion will be held Saturday Indeed if one considers well his same unity which Christ im plored for His church it seems to line with a triple ray ofbeiie cient supernal light namely tha nity of Catholics among them selves which must always ba cepfc exemplary and most firm the unity of prayers and ardent desires with which those Chris tians separated from the apostolic see aspire to be united with us and the unity in esteem and re spect for the Catholic Church which animates those who follow nonCatholic religions He said the Ecumenical Coun cil preparesas it were and con solidates the path toward that uni ty of mankind The Pope gave no direct indi cation of how he thought future unity might be achieved But in the past he has made clear that he considers the way to unity is through the return of separated brothers to the Roman Catholic fold From over the globe more than 2500 cardinals archbishops bish ops patriarchs and other prelates gathered around Pope John XXIII for this first general church coun cil iri nearly a century As great bell of St Peters boomed the glad tidings of tha council opening the bells of Romes more than 400 other churches took up the message Rich red velvets hungfrom tha basilica walls setting off the white robes and mitres of the bishops sitting in two tiers of seats flank ing the main aisle The sweet smell of incense filled the basilica In alcoves choirs sang hymns to the Virgin Mary Hundreds of arc lights basilica to noonday brightness Under the heat of the lights many prelates wiped their brows Mercury remains well above normal The mercury climbed to a rec ord high of 90 degrees atCedar Rapids Wednesday And the Weather Bureau said that at though readings may be a little cooler Thursday theyll stilt be well above normalfor this time of year Except for Cedar Rapids highs Wednesday were in the 80s The 88 degrees in Des Moines equaled a record set in 1928 and the 87 at Burlington was the highest ever for that date Mason City bad 84
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