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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper for 1 ClTYGtOBEG E VOL 102 Pre Bd unuea The newspaper rhar mokes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1962 Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection One HOME EDITION Wlrea No Kt Protestants share interest By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International Protestants will follow th work of the Second Vatican Council which opens Thursday with almost as great interest as Catholics They share Pope Johns hop that it will the Catholic church and remove some of the obstacles in the path of Christian unity Even if the actual reforms de creed by the council turn out l be as disappointing as some pessimists both Protestant and Catholic are now predicting this historic meeting alreadj has made important contribu tions toward a better climate of ProtestantCatholic relation ships The very fact that the Pope saw fit to call together all of the worlds Catholic bishops to discuss renewal of the church has made a deep impression on many Protestants It has helped to counteract a widespread Protestant image of the Catholic church as an institution under oneman rule and immune to selfcriticism or reform In preparations for the council the Vatican has demon strated an unprecedented degree of concern for the feelings and convictions of the separated brethren It is well known that all major Protestant communions were in vited to send observers to the council and that all but one the Baptists accepted What is not so widely known but per haps more important is that Protestants were invited to sub mit ideas and suggestions Liason betweenProtestants and the council is being handled by a new Secretariat for Chris tian Unity under theleadership of the highlyrespectedCardinal Bea This secretariat gives Protestant churches for the first time in 500 years an of ficial channel for friendly and continuing communication with the top levels of the Catholic hierarchy The Pope has announced that the secretariat will become permanent Vatican agency Since the frustration of high hopes can haye a souring effect on human relationships Protes tant leaders are leery of expect ing too much from the council They are aware that it will be primarily concerned with inter nal reforms and that it may not result in any particularly dramatic steps toward Chris tian reunion They are telling one another as Catholics are also that it will be the long range results which really mat ter In this context many Protes tants are hopeful that the council will give encouragement to the strong movements al ready under way in the Catholic church To give the laity a more prominent role in church life to place greater emphasis on the Bible as the source of Christian doctrine and to make worship more meaningful to participants They also would like to see the council spell out the teach ing that mankind has been redeemed by Christ alone This would make Protestants feel a bit easier about Catholic teachings concerning the Virgin Mary One item on the council agenda which has enthusiastic Protestant support calls for a clearcut declaration in favor of religious freedom Although many Catholics especially in America believe strongly in religious freedom there has never been a formal Vatican pronouncement endors ing the right of every man to follow the demands of his own conscience in matters of faith and the duty of the state to re spect his freedom in practice There are other proposals on the councils agenda which Protestants would like to see approved but for which they see relatively These include a FIREGUTTED CAR IN WHICH LUCILLE DeVRIES DIED Burns to death in parked auto here DeVries who died in her burning car Wed nesday morning in June 1957 represented the Thornton Lucille Elaine DeVries 22 607V2 3rd NE was found dead1 early Wednesday in her blazing and firegutted auto beside her home An investigation is being con ducted by police firemen and Dr J E Christopherson coun ty medical examiner State fire marshals were coming to Mason City to assist in determining the cause of the fire Dr Christopherson said that on the basis of medical examin ation so far death probably American Legion Auxiliary at was due to burns However an Hawkeye Girls State This autopsy was planned to deter Picture of her was taken at mine if any other sort of injury could have been responsible It was known that death was not from carbon monoxide and bloodalcohol testing showed an that time Now 22 she was employed by the Iowa Com pany Mason City insurance firm alcohol level well below intox Icating amount Major questions remaining were why the fire started anc why the beyonc recognition was in the back seat portionof the twodoor car One explanation would be a slow buildup of fire from a cig arette or similar cause Dr Christopherson said there wa paper in the rear seat tha could have speeded the fir process It is possible he said tha one could awaken confused in fire situation and go the wron way for escape or that one might inhale fumes and become unconscious while attempting to jet to a fire in hope of ex inguishing it Former Iowa man held in girls death MOLINE 111 AP A Rock ord 111 man was being sought Vednesday in the fatal beating of 16yearold Moline giri Tuesday light and the stab wounding of er mother Police identified the man as iarold Griffith 30 recently a esident of Davenport Iowa They aid they held a warrant charging iriffith with murder in the death f the girl Judy Dryoel Her mother Mrs Mildred Dry el 45 of Moline was reported n satisfactory condition at a Dav little chance modification of Catholic cannon law on mixed marriages and recognition that alkbaptized Christians are mem bers of the mystical body of Christ and therefore are related to the church even though they are not Catholics JUDY GRIFFITH enport hospital with stab wounds in the neck and left arm Police said Mrs Dryoel said Griffith with whom she was ac quainted asked her to accompany him to Credit Island in the Mis sissippi River at Davenport to see a boat She said he stabbed her with a pair of scissors for no ap parent reason while the car was stopped on the island Mrs Dryoel told pfficers ran from the car and reached a service station where police were called Investigators said they found blood and a pair of scissors at the scene Several hours later unable to reach the daughter officers went to the Dryoel home in Moline and found the girls body wrapped in a sheet in the attic They said she apparently had been beaten several hours earlier but there was no evidence of sexual moles tation The North Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday with chance of showers and thunderstorms along northern border Warmer extreme north Wednesday night lows in the 50s Highs Thursday 7280 Iowa Mostly fair south partly cloudy north through Thursday with chance of scattered show ers or thunderstorms along north border Warmer along north border Wednesday night lows 50s northeast 6065 south west Highs Thursday 70s north east 8085 southwest Fmrther outlook Little change Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy show ers Highs Thursday around 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 77 Minimum 43 At 8 am 60 Sunrise Sunset 539 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 66 50 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES However Miss DeVries1 room mate Judy Siskow reported to officials that she had awakened and smelled smoke some 45 min utes earlier and returned to bet after failing to locate th source Firemen received three call in succession reporting the fire with the first call coming at am Miss Siskow was one of the callers By that time she aware of more smoke and couk see from the upstairs apartmcni hat the car was burning com pleteiy When firemen arrived the en ire i n s i d e of the car was ablaze Heat had smashed out he closed car windows and Caused the metal car roof to sag Bremen were unaware that nyone might be in the car until Vliss Siskow told them at the cene that her roommate was lot at home and could still be n her car The interior of the auto was o badly burned that only the prings of the auto seats re mained except in a rear seat ortion protected by part of the ody Parts of the dash were melted The car was parked in a drive nly a few feet from the house nd soaring flames scorched he edge of a porch roof The investigating officers Spy charges denied MOSCOW The United States charged the as sistant U S naval attache ousted from the Soviet Union on spy charges was physically assaulted and said his expulsion was a reprisal operation The US embassy here categorically rejected Soviet ac cusations that Lt Cmdr Raymond Smith 41 had spied in Leningrad Oct 2 Marshal may have fired shot NEW ORLEANS State Sen John McLaurin hinted that a federal marshal fired the shot that killed French newsman Paul Guihard in rioting at the University of Mississippi Sept 30 He was hit by a 38 caliber bullet and the marshals carried such pistols McLaurin charged Attacks oneparty system OMAHA Neb Former President Eisenhower campaigning across the Midwest for Republican of ficeseekers charged that President Kennedy is seek ing a oneparty system One party is typical of dic tators Eisenhower we need are some darn good Republicans to stop some of this Nickel profits reasonable Humphrey board chairman of the M A Hanna Co and son of George Humphrey former Treasury secretary andhonorary chairman of the company insisted Hannas profits on nickel sales to the national strategic stockpile were fair and reasonable He told Senate investigators that Griffiths landlady in Davenport urgings to mine and smelt nickel on a crash basisk told officers he had not been at home for about two weeks wi i C4ol l Ucloltys during the Korean war prompted him and his father to insist on a virtually riskless contract One person from the neigh orhood who drove by the scene only about 15 minutes before ire wasreported believed that he car then was open and with a light on were attempting to learn where iiss DeVries had been in the ime just before the fire partly 0 tell definitely if there was op ortunity for a slow building up f fire in the auto Police were told that she rove from the Frontier Ball oom alone about am She vas employed there on a part ime basis It was not deter mined immediately whether she went to her home at once Miss DeVries was the daugh er of Mr and Mrs Gerald De Thornton Funeral arrangements are in omplete at the Wartnaby frarup Funeral Home at Shef ield On the inside Editorials Society News North Iowa News 10 Clear Lakt News VMJ 2122 Latest Markets 37 Mason City News 3233 Comics 34 Charged in theft of load of apples WATERLOO George Jlzman 37 Des Moines was larged here Tuesday on a com laint that he misappropriated a ruck and load of apples Bruce lexander Fort Dodge alleged hat he gave Ritzman his truck nd a load of apples to deliver Mason City and Fort Dodge itzman was charged with sell ig 80 bushels of apples for 1 Waterloo and abandoning the ruck in a tot there der signed powers WASHINGTON Kennedy Wednesday signed a new drug bill which he sale ivould help to provide safe and more effective drugs to the American people Standing by in his White louse office were legislators who had helped push through he bill clamping tighter con rols on production and sales of ircscription drugs With them was Dr Frances 0 Kelscy the Food and Drug medical officer vhose vigorous stand prevented he introduction of the danger ous drug thalidomide into the American market Kennedy signed the bill with a number of pens and gave the irst to Sen Estes Kefauver D Tenn whom he praised for long icarings in the drug field which vere the basis for many of the reforms in the new bill Rep Oren Harris DArk who had headed a House com mittee probing drugs was a home 511 The measure in line with Ken nedys recommendations is de signed primarily to provide add tional protection against unsaf or ineffective drugs These are the basic provisions 1 The Food and Drug AdmihJs tration will receive new powers for factory inspection and quality control Ail drug manufacturers Giants 001 010 0013 8 2 Yanks 000 101 03x5 6 0 Sanford Miller 8 and Haller Terry and How ard Home Francisco Pagan New York Tresh DETAILS ON SPORTS PAGE register with the will have to overnment 2 A new drug will have to be proved effective as well as safe and cannot be marketed without approval of the secretary f welfare 3 The secretary can order a rug off the market instantly if here is evidence it is unsafe 4 All antibiotics for human con umption will have to be tested n a batchbybatch basis for trength and purity Previously nly five antibiotics were required o undergo such a rigid inspec ion 5 Drug manufacturers will have list in brief summary in heir advertising any bad side ef ects of any prescription drug 6 The manufacturers will have o print a common or generic ame for a drug on the label in ype dt least half as large as its rade name 7 Physicians will be required to obtain the consent of patients before giving them experimental drugs unless the physician de termines this would not be feas ible or not in the patients interest SEEKS DEPORTATIONLin da Moullon 4foot sixinch mother of eight pickets build ing in San Francisco housing the U S Immigration Dept Mrs Moulton has been trying to get back to Australia ever since she arrived in the U S in 1947 as a war bride She hopes her homemade placard willattract attention ol offi cials Hog contest Texas won Iowa not downcast Another railroad dispute FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CHICAGOThe railroad featherbcdding dispute crux of the justsettled Chicago and North Western Railway strike sparked fresh controversy Wed nesday in a federal court Federal District Judge Joseph Sam Perry scolded an attorney or the railroad industry for challenging his jurisdiction in he nationwide featherbed ding issue The new courtroom light be gan one day after terms of bind ing arbitration were announced in the North Western dispute The arbitration which brought a monthlong strike by the tele graphers union against the North Western to an end drew claims of victory from the rail road and charges of interference from the union SAME Trafftu In Pan 24 Hoard DALLAS Tex Texas Hampshire Hog Raisers Asso ciation won the Blue Boy con cst from their Iowa counter part but it took special judg ing to decide the hog contest The Iowa and Texas repre sentatives tied with a grand champion each and a special carcass judging was held to de erminc the winner Texas won 117 to 102 in judges scoring The victory in a way can still be counted to Iowa said Howard Waters assistant sec retary of agriculture from Iowa If youll check the gene ology of the winning Texas logs he said Youll find that their ancestors were Iowa hogs The contest ended several months of good nalured rivalry that started when the movie State Fair was filmed at the State Fair of Texas instead of the Iowa Fair where the origi nal was filmed The contest was set up to determine who really did have the best hogs Texas or Iowa but its still hard to say AIR INCIDENT KEY WEST Fla radio charged Wednesday a U S plane violated Cuban air space by firing nine rockets over an area west of the US Naval Base at Guantanamo The North Western strike was part of a nationwide dispute oycr the issue of featherbed the railroads term for nnecessary Jobs The railroad nduslry has attempted to put weeping work rules changes in to effect to call an industrywide strike if this happens Perry last summer issued an injunction against the work rules changes pending a union appeal The judge became angry Wed nesday when John Naughton at torney for the Brotherhood of R a i Iroad Trainmen charged that the Florida East Coast Railway had violated the injunc tion by laying off brakemen on two of its runs James Wolfe Jr attorney for the railroads asked for a 10day delay in the case and said the roads would challenge Perrys right to rule on it I either have jurisdiction or I dont have jurisdiction the judge said He said Wolfes fa ther had represented the railroads in earlier hearings before him and rejected the argument that the senior Wolfe w a s speaking only for the Association of West ern Railroads All the railroads were in Perry said Ill not spend any time on this case Well have an immediate hearing and a quick determination on it He ordered oralarguments for Oct 18 on the issue of jurisdic tion At a news conference Ben Hememan head of the North Western said the boards decision gave the line the right to mod ernize Neither side would predict pos sible layoffs but Heineman said there is not contemplated any program for wholesale elimina tion of telegraphers ma Warwick R L built this car by welding two frontends together and covered it with advertisements for Ray mond StoneGOP candidate for mayor The state auto registrar a Democrat since it has headlights instead of tail lights in the rear has unneeded wind shield wipers on the rear window and its color does not match with that listed on the registration form ;