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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 20, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 1W The newspaper AuocUted Frew ud United PrcM tBtmatimuJ full Leut Wire HOME EDITION that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER M UOc i Consists of Two W Cannot shutter Amish schools Rules parents can be prosecuted INDEPENDENCE APIJudge Peter Van Metre ruled Thursday that the state has no power to close two private schools operat ed by Old Order Amish in north ern Buchanan County J J Jorgensen county school1 superintendent had requested a temporary injunction closing the schools because they lacked cer tifieo teachers The two oneroom schools near Hazleton have 37 children from Amish families living in that area British would accept Polaris FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NASSAU Bahamas Prime Minister Harold Macmillan Thursday dropped his demanc that the United States furnish Britain with the Skybolt missile and agreed on a nuclear defense Yanks aim to climb Everest Itll be our first assault By TOBY PETT WASHINGTON Americans first attempt to climb and ex plore the mysteries of Mt Everest the worlds loftiest mountain will begin in January The great peak astride the NepalTibet border on the roof of the world has turned back 13 of 15 major expeditions Now an American team of 20 sci entistmountaineers has com pleted plans to use the mountain as a field laboratory for mas sive scientific research next spring The largescale expedition is led by Norman G Dyhrenfurth of California a veteran of the high Himalayas Chief sponsors are the National Geographic So ciety the National Science Foundation Office of Naval Re search US Air Force Office of Scientific Research Explor ers Club of New York and Uni versity of Southern California at Los Angeles Unlike past mountaineering ef forts the American Mt Everest Expedition of 1963 will not dis band when the project is com pleted It will become a per manent American Everest Foun dation supporting future sci entific studies in highmountain areas throughout the world Although the expedition is primarily scientific team mem bers will attempt to climb not only Everest 23028 but her sister peaks Lhotse 27 923 the worlds fourth highest and Nuptse 25726 The triple assault by sep arate twoman teams will take place between May 2 and May 31 Everest had been topped only twice Lhotse and Nuptse once each No expedition has ever attempted all three Dyhrenfurth a Swissborn mountaineer has been assembl ing the team equipment and funds for three years The scientists will study a The mental effects of ex treme stress on the climbers as individuals and as a group b The behavior at high al titude of the adrenal a hor monecontaining gland that reg ulates body functions c Glaciology on the Khumbu Glacier at Everest d Weather meteorology e Solar radiation The climbers depart in Jan tary for Katmandu Nepal They will hire 700 porters and in February begin the 200mile walk to the base camp at the foot of Everest The expedition will carry 18 tons of equipment drills ice axes gener ators freezedried food oxygen equipment tents and scientific ear which would include British use of the Polaris missile Macmillan and President Ken nedy were reported to be driv ing toward agreement on a com mon nuclear power strategy with defense experts to come up w i t h announcement of the course of action at the conclu sion of the conference Friday British sourcessaid Macmil Ian had agreed to accept the Polaris the nucleartipped missile fired from submarines The British leader was said to have accepted it in place of the bomberborne Skybolt whose production Kennedy decided to end after numerous experiment al failures and delay The Skybolt controversy had held up other issues at the sum mit meeting and forced it into an extra day of sessions Before reaching the decision on Polaris instead of Skybolt Macmillan and Kennedy went over the whole idea of indepen dent versus combined nuclear deterrent forces within the West ern alliance Macmillan had been under se vere political stress at home ever since the American deci sion on Skybolt was made known The two leaders were said to have agreed that Skybolt could be in the broader tt overall matters of western defense Chinese release 368 more Indians TEZPUR India In dian Red Cross convoy returned to Tezpur Thursday with 368 sick or wounded Indian prison ers released by the Chinese The Chinese admitted capture of 1131 Indians in the fighting on Indias northeast frontier and in Ladakh in the western Himalayas since the Chinese nvasion began in October They have handed over 607 In a statement accompanying i fivepage document filed in Dis trict Court here Judge Van Metre said The wrong act was brough about by the county attorney The state has no power to close a pri vate school The only power the state has is to enforce the at tendance laws by proper action against the parents of the indi vidual students involved Jorgensen said We are not Tying the Oelwein school system that there are children in their district not in regular attendance under a certified teacher We are asking the Oelwein School Board to take proper ac tionto see that these children are in school The effect of the ruling is tha the Amish must obtain accred ited teachers for their school or send their children to pub lie schools If they fail to place their chidren in certifiec schools the Amish parents coult be prosecuted by the county Public schools in northern Buchanan County come under the jurisdiction of the Oelwein schoo district in Fayette County But private schools are supervised by officials in the county in which they are located State law provides that children must be in attendance under certified teacher Jorgensen said he had notifies he Amish earlier this year tha their schools did not meet lega requirements At a hearing here Dec 11 on the injunction petition the Amish contended that guarantees of re ligious freedom in the US Con stitution give them the right to operate their schools as they wish Borntrager MyearoW Amish spokesman testified that he Amish believed morals o heir children declined a bit in recent years when the schools hac nonAmish teachers He also saic certified teachers are too expen sive Certification requires a col ege education One Amish father was fined and light others chose jail as an al ernative last month when they vere convicted of sending their children to schools lacking certi ied teachers The Amish believe they need only an eighthgrade education for he simple life they chose FATAL FIRE HUDSON Mass persons died and 12 others were njured Thursday when a smoky corridor fire caught 36 elderly nursing home patients in their jeds DEAR A BROTHER The bom any day now so Mrs George Moseman Lyn brook N Y takes vote of her eight daughters on their or sister Theresa 2 Col leen 3 Anne 5 and Margaret in Santa for him to bring them a brother Eliza beth 8 is noncommital Geraldine 9 Patty 10 and Mary Santa for a brother NORSTAD HONORED French Pres rient Charles de in typical ceived the Grand Cross highest rank in General the French Legion of Honor DeGaulle Launs Norstad supreme commander of made the presentation in Paris Norstad Allied forces in Europe after he re is due to retire soon North Iowa Mostly cloudy and colderthrough Friday Lows Thursday night 1522 Highs Friday in the 20s owa Mostly cloudy and cold er through Friday with snow extreme south Heavy snow accumulating to 4 inches or more likely extreme south east and extreme south cen tral Lows Thursday night 1520 north to the 20s south Highs Friday in the 20s Further outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday Minnesota Cloudy light snow Not so cold Friday highs around 30 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum sg Minimum 24 Sunrise Sunset School bond issue fails at Cresco inthe spe ial school election here Wed esday defeated the proposed chool bond issue for the second ime There were two questions on he ballot One was a bond issue or the construction of a new igh school building in Cresco nd a sevenroom elementary wilding in Lime Springs It was defeated 1703 to 985 The purchase of a site for a igh school at t h e northwest dge of town was defeated 1658 a 966 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES concedes defeat BOSTON Republican incumbent John Volpe conceded defeat to Democrat Endicott Peabody in Massachusetts longcount gubernatorial race Volpe called off a recount of ballots case in the Nov 6 elec tion Peabody is the winner by more than 5000 votes Dominicans cast ballots SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic Do minicans by the thousands voted in their first free election in 38 years The nation has been ruled by a provisional government since the fall of the Trujillo dictatorship in 1961 UN accepts opinion UNITED NATIONS The U N General As sembly has voted to accept a World Court opinion that the U N Congo and Middle East peacekeeping operations are expenses that must be shared by all members The Soviet Union and France were among those opposing the measure Ikes son gets offer WASHINGTON The Army has offered Lt Col John Eisenhower a chance to return to active duty with a coveted assignment to attend the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks Pa The son of former President Dwight Eisenhower has been on extended leave without pay since April 196i so that he could assist his father Carlisle Barracks is a 20 mmute drive from the former Presidents farm at Gettysburg Pa n Takes own life Couldnt find a decent girl CHICAGO UPI A despondent young man who couldnt find a decent girl leaped to his death from the 21st floor of a hotel Thursday A hotel guest discovered the body of Paul L Kiernan Jr 25 Sioux City Iowa sprawled on the roof of a onestory annex adjoining the hotel v f i signed Paul apologized to the hotel for trouble he would cause It said At 25 and not badlooking Im scared of girls I couldnt find a decent girl only the other kind u Jhe note also said You wonhave to change the sheets because I havent slept in the bed ro A o saiJKiernan was an employe of the Palmer Candy Co m Sioux City Passive role by kennedy But wants Cubans freed WASHINGTON Ken nedy administration is playing a passive role onstage in the nego iations for the release of 1113 Bay of Pigs prisoners but it is moving with full force behind the scenes The involvement of the US overnment in the negotiations be demonstrated by any close check of the statements and ac tivities of negotiators and govern ment officials since negotiations aegan shortly after the abortive invasion of Cuba in April 1961 Reports from Havana indicate he negotiators may be very close o securing the release of the Cubans captured in the USdi rected invasion Fidel Castro in exchange for worth ol food drugs and equipment may send the men back to the United States before Christmas President Kennedy has tried to disassociate himself from the negotiating committees efforts This is being done by the private committee he said at his Dec 12 news conference and I am very sympathetic to their efforts But the committee to stage the kind of operation the exchange in volves would need more than sympathy from the President The American Red Cross has reported that railroads airlines and trucking firms are working roundtheclock to push the thou sands of pounds of food and medi cine into Florida for quick ship ment to Cuba in case the deal i to completed There have been reports tha the Presidents brother Atty Gen Robert F Kennedy is directing the government operation in sup port of the committee and it chief negotiator lawyer James B Donovan In New York business source said that Atty Gen Kennedy hac made the requests for some ol he food and drugs being readied for shipment to Cuba These sources said Kennedy de scribed himself as acting as a private person rather than as an administration official Kennedy old the sources they said that he operation had the full support of the President but there were egal objections to his direct par icipation Snow to miss North Iowa A preChristmas snowfall moved into western Iowa Thurs lay and forecasts called for a vhite blanket for most of the tate by midday Friday Ex reme North Iowa was excluded lowever The heaviest snowfall will be n the extreme southern sec ions of the state where up to 4 nches or more may accumu ate Only light amounts are ixpccted in the central counties and the snowfall will end east vard across the slate Friday As the snow ends some clear ng should occur Friday night and Saturday Somewhat warmer temperatures in dicatcd for Saturday On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 101112 Sports 1514 CubGazette Latest Markets 18 Mason City News 1819 Comics 20 Clear Lake News North Iowa News 21 BURIED ARMS a63W CHEER FUXD GOAI it PREVIOUS REPORTED J Sam Raizes Insurance Ufacjr and interest Monroe Junior Kith School United Home Bank employes Pritchard Motor Co employes Maion City lodge No 224 IOOF and Mrs A friend Mr and Mrs Leonard Olson Brllt In memory of little dauchler Idellys Ann Olious birthday Clarence Peper Central Heights Assemblyof God Christmas Carolers Hearthstone Club tinda Neil John and Ctiiick Peterson Troop Washington School PEO Chapter IV Selma XJlveslad Ralph Sally Dour Scott Anonymous Blanche Chamberiin Connie and Debbie Hallo ran The Family Bowllnj Center Brownie Troop I Jefferson School 5L Mason City News Agency Theresa Novak Manly David s Marshall St Switt employes M and M From a Friend Stan Charles Mark Handy David and Richard Newman TUB DAVS TOTAL TOTA1 TO DATE STIU NEEDED j GIVING DAVS LEFT 7 u 265T 1000 500 ino 10 oe fOJ 5W IS78 I I turn 1 iilXI 101 lM i nit jfiin I Hit UKI 2000 Remembers Cheer Fund in bequest EADING the list of contributions to the Christmas Cheer Fund today is a gift plus interest from an insurance policy purchased by the late Sam Raizes contributor to the hcer Fund during his lifetime he did not want his gifts to stop with his death By means of nsurance he made provision hat the fund is to receive each year over a period of years Here is a graphic example showing that even in death a mans good works may go on It will be noted that the larg est gift on the list is from Monroe Junior High School al ways a generous contributor to he Cheer Fund We want to A generous Merchandise gifts While merchandise gifts arm welcome for the Christmas Cheer Fund they do not count against the cash goal If you have something to give please report it to Bruce Family Service Inc Tel GA The Family Service office is on the sixth floor of the First National Bank Building Be prepared to place a cash value on your contribution of merchandise for listing at the close of the campaign hank all the boys and girls who ook part in the project Gifts from the employes of a number of the larger business places helped to swell the total as did gifts from many ations clubs and individuals Troop 43 of the Washington chool turned in a gift given vntle caroling A small boy nadc a donation with the com ment that he hoped it would VERONA Italy hclp a boy or Sirl to havc Merry Christmas diggers opened a tomb in a cemetery Thursday to ready it for a coffin but found already buried a machine gun two tommy guns hand grenades and 1 ci dynamite from World War II SAME DATEW1424 Two little girls con tribution with this statement Hoping this will help some other little girl have a happy Christmas Less than three giving days now remain The Cheer Fund will close at 10 am Monday By that time we must have the 000 goal in order to carry out the Christmas program that Doris Bruce of the Family Service is handling Send or bring your gift to the GlobeGazette office Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGaxette Mason City   

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