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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North lowoi Daily Newspaper for MM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors PrtM tad United tnUrnitloru full Wlrti MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 20 1941 Copy CdniUU rf Two SwUowMkeHwi Ose No 13f Bigger budget recommended by President FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Kennedy Monday proposed increases totaling nearly half a billion dollars in the federal budget for the 1962 fiscal year starting July 1 The largest increase which he recommended to Congress was in the Agriculture Department budget primarily to strengthen research watershed forestry conservation and school lunch programs and to reimburse the Commodity Credit Corp for 196162 losses on farm price support operations Other budget increases asked by the President Interior to construct transmission lines for the Bonneville Power Administration provide school buildings for Indian and Eski mo children and expand opera tions of the National Park Serv ice United States Information million to expand programs in Africa and Latin America with additional person nel and increased broadcast fa cilities Information activities in Africa would be doubled and those in Latin America stepped One Mans A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGaxette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO pm Sunday KWLC Decorah 11340 pm Sum WOI Ames 840 pm Tuesday WTAD Qulncy 930 pm Thurs WSU1 City 910 am Americas Godfearing heritage EASTER SEASON con tains a reminder that our nation is deeply rooted his torically in religion It is re flected in the Declaration of In dependence and in our Consti tution It shows up on our cur rency In God We Trust Long before this we find the longing for freedom to worship according to the individuals conscience a principal motiva tion for the colonization of our newly discovered continent The Mayflower and Plymouth Rock come to mind in this connection But other cases almost as out standing could be cited Penn up by 60 per cent FOR THE STATE department he proposed additional for African programs the US mission to the UnitedNations and emergencies in the dip lomatic and consular service Thjs increase however would be more than offset by proposed decreases of in con tributions to international or ganizations Congressional leaders have been informed that the Presi dent hopes by making separate recommendations for defense spending increases to drive two points home to the country 1 That he is making every ef fort to keep the nation on a payasyougo basis 2 THAT THE reason he is un able to do sso at this point lies in the need for a stepped up de fense effort to which he pointed in the presidential campaign Kennedy apparently plans few Revamp liquor commission governor asks DES MOINES Gov Norman Erbe said Mon day he will ask the Iowa Legislature to revamp tha xwa Liquor Control Commission Specifically Erbe said he will ask the legislators to broaden the ban on gifts to members and employes of the commission o spell out regulations on liquor representatives calling on the commission and to eliminate some unnecessary posts in the state agency In addition he said he has learned that the commission is holding a contingency fund of more than in case of an emergency or disaster It took a week to get that estimate from the commission Erbe told a news conference But no one seems to be able to give me the exact amount oH status of the money j He said the size and fuzzii ness of the fund points up the need to bring the commission under budgetary control of the legislature with a new system of accounting and tions Erbe said thatas a result of an investigation he is conduct INDIAN TROOPS IN CONGO Indian soldiers members of a 400man advance group unload sup plies from U SAir Force Globemaster which brought AP Photofax them to Leopoldville for duty as United Nations force in the Congo A total of 3000 Indians are being sent into the troubled African nation Pair jailed for Cresco child stealing ST PAUL custody disagreement over a child has landed a St Paul couple in jai for child stealing Howard Vogt 36 and his sec ond wife Luella 23 were ar overaTf changes in the Saturday on a warrant billion budget that former Presi dent Dwight D Eisenhower sent issued in Iowa charging them with transporting the husbands to Congress in January for son his first fiscal year beginning July ljwifc Cresco Iowa to St Savings Kennedys experts sylvania Maryland for example The skeptic could of course digress here to recall that in all too many cases those who had sought religious freedom for themselves were not so consid erate of dissenters among them Roger Williams and Rhode Is land and the witchcraft chapter of New England history would be trotted out These are not it must be con ceded the most lustrous pages in the saga of America But they should be read in perspec tive And in perspective against the vast panorama of American history these resorts to preju dice and bigotry have to be set down as the exception not the rule PERHAPS THE MOST com plete and scholarly treatment of the role of religion in the founding days of our country is to be found in a book off the Harper Press by Norman Cousj ins best known to the reading public as editor and guiding light of the Saturday Review of Literature The 464 page volume is titled In God We Trust In their own words for the most part the religious beliefs and ideas of our founding fathers are set forth The sub jects include Washington Franklin Jefferson Madison Hamilton John Adams Samuel Adams John Hay arid Thomas Paine In his own day and in all the years since Thomas Paine has been portrayed as not just an agnostic but as an outright atheist Cousins never reluctant to champion unpopular causes devotes almost 50 pages of his book to setting things aright in this matter Paine was guilty of unorthodoxy but not atheism Cousins seeks to prove A MAN WHO WAS WILLING to travel anywhere in the world to combat atheism and to estab lish the proof of the existence of God Cousins led off in his Thomas Paine chapter the last ons in his book can hardly be denounced as an atheist him self But he hastened to add this is what happened to Thom as Paine His crusade was based on the love of God and man yet he was flayed as an infidel and enemy oC religion The explanation of this repti Continued MI 2 able to calculate in some areas may be offset by in creases in others Eisenhower Paul Friday THE BOY James was put under protective custody in Ancker Hospital here estimated a surplus The warrant signed by Mr But this was based on an S823 billion income Kennedys advisers dont believe will be reached Eisenhower also banked on postal rate increases and hikes in some taxes that Congress may not grant Dr Harry Gage educator dies CEDAR RAPIDS Serv ices will be held Tuesday for Dr Harry Morehouse Gage 82 who served as president of col leges in Iowa Nebraska Mis souri and South Dakota Dr Gage died Saturday night Survivors include the widow three daughters and two sons Dr was president of Coe College here from 1920 to 1941 He served as president of Huron College in South Da kota from 1913 to 1920 was president of Lindenwbod Col lege in St Charles Mo from 1941 to 1946 and then served for two years as president of Doane College in Crete Neb On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Society News 101112 Sports 1516 News Quiz 17 Comics Clear Lake News North Iowa News 20 21 24 and Mrs James Johnson Cres co said the Vogts allegedly stopped the boy on his way to school in Cresco and took him to St Paul The Vogts told police that Vogt and his first wife Joann were divorced several years ago The divorce agreement gave custody of the son to Jo ann on the condition that they remain in Minnesota THEY SAID two Years ago she took the boy to Iowa and returned leaving him with the Johnsons Six months ago Vogt and his second wife brought suit in Ramsey County district court for custody churning the terms of the divorce had been vio lated The suit is still pending Joseph P Trach Vogts attor ney said that they will fight extradition proceedings on the felony charge He said they will also fight attempts of the John sons to adopt the boy SAME DATE196092 Black Flag Means Traffic Death In Past 21 Hours N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Unwise attitude WASHINGTON A Protestant minister say ing he spoke for two million church members ac cused the Eoman Catholic hierarchy of taking an unwise and unAmerican attitude on federal aid to parochial schools The Rev James D Murch rep resents the National Association of Evangelicals Russians optimistic GENEVA Switzerland A Moscow radio com mentator expressed a certain optimism for success in the threepower nuclear test ban conference re suming here Tuesday Task force gets through LEOPOLDVILLE Congo A joint force of U N and Congolese soldiers got through to Kasongo in their 200mile drive against antiwhite witchcraft gangs terrorizing Kivu Province The column made up of 150 U N Malay soldiers and 50 Congolese flashed a terse message to U N headquarters here saying All is well Admits copying secrets LONDON A royal navy clerk told a jury he photographed secret plans of a nuclear submarine after Communist hoodlums beat him and threatened his mistress Henry F Houghton 55 one of five defendants charged with leaking secrets to the Rus sians claimed he deliberately took the photographs out of focus so they would be useless Soviet charge denied VIENTIANE Laos Authoritative sources here denied Moscow reports that battles betxveen Communist Pathet Lao forces and proWestern Laotian troops are being fought in the approaches to Vientiane Gables name lives on A son is born FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HOLLYWOOD Kay Gable gave birth by Caesarean section o an eight pound boy Prince to carry on the name of her late husband Clark Gable King of the movies It was the only child born of 17th annual feast A thankful family BOSTON mort than week now the family of Jo seph and Mary Cavalier hat been cooking baking and cleaning in a small East Bos ton tenement for a feast that is the Cavalieris own Seventeen years ago twins were born to Joseph and Mary One died at birth The parents vowed that if God would spare the other they would celebrate the gift each year at the feast of St Joseph Salvatore lived Now that the feast is at hand again the Cavalieris ex pect 1500 persons to crowd through their front door be fore the thanksgiving ends at aged loaf of loaves in all Standing before a seven tier altar in the living room Joseph Cavalier now 72 re marked on the good fortune that has attended the family midnight Wed n e s d a y his wife nine chil feast includes sweetbreads pastries fried fish meat balls sausage Nuts and nineyear old red wine For each visiting family as they leave there isa pack dren 18 the observance began have had no troubles he said and our health has been good Is that not a blest ing Gable 59 who died of a heart attack last Nov 16 in Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital where his son entered the world This was his first child and he had looked forward eagerly to its birth Mrs Gables condition was described as good by Dr Rich ard Clark The actors widows first words were what a handsome boy Just what Clark wanted The baby was born at am CST after 26 minutes in the delivery room After making the birth an nouncement Dr Clark objected to questions and attempts by photographers to take his pic lure Irritated by the cameras he walked out and refused to talk further The child has normalsized ears he saidbefore walking away from newsmen This was in reference to Gables famous large cars Mrs Gable 41 lost a baby she and Gable expected in 1955 She has two other children by a previous marriage a boy 11 and a daughter 9 House opens debate on liquor bills DES MOINES Iowa House started consideration Monday of a bill to license bond and control key clubs bui got sidetracked by an attempt to convert the measure into a liquorbythedrink bill The House voted down the amendment 7922 It had before it when it ad journed until Tuesday morning another amendment to substi tute a different type of key club control bill REP NIELS Nielsen DRing sted Chief sponsor of the main bill said there now is no way that cities and towns can con trol key clubs It makes no sense Nielsen said to require beer taverns to close at reg ular hours but to let key clubs set their own hours and oper ate virtually untouched by law Nielsen said it is common knowledge that many such clubs are openly and flag rantly violating present liquor laws and that there is virtually no way at present to crack down on them NIELSENS BILL would re quire such clubs to pay a license fee and post a penal bond which would be forfeited if the permit were revoked for a liquor law violation It also would give cities and towns and boards of supervisors the power to fix the hours dur ing which liquor could be con sumed in such clubs Rep John Duffy DDubuque proposed that a liquorbythe drink measure he has intro duced be substituted for Niel sens bill He termed the pres ent situation rank hypocrisy sham and fraud and said it is what happens when you have no liquorbythedrink in Iowa he will meet with legislative leaders to recommend specific amendments and additions to state laws governing commis sion operations THE GOVERNOR said at present law forbids gifts of liquor from distillers to com mission members or employes He said he will suggest that the Law be broadened to ban gifts of any kind from manufacturers wholesalers and liquor distri butors This should not however prevent contributions to Iowa research projects for combat ting or study alcoholism he said Erbe said many existing reg ulations covering liquor sales man in the state have not been enforced by the Democratic controlled commission and ap parently are unkown to some liquor manufacturers I WILL suggest that it be made mandatory for the com mission to set and enforce reg ulations limiting sales and pro motional activities of liquor representatives and to furnish a copy of regulations to all com panies and individuals doing business with the commission Erbe said The post of chemist in the liq uor commission vacant for sev eral years should be elimin ated Erbe said and any test ing required by the commission should be done by the state ag ricultural laboratory Erbe said that according to reports he has received the commission last year tested no more than 15 samples of liquor or wines at a cost of There seems to be little need for the post of chemist the governor said pointing out that the commission currently re ceives from distillers consider able number of tests or sam ple bottles of liquor Once again swallows arrive at mission JUAN CAPISTRANO Calif UPI For their 184th recorded year the swallows ar rived from their winter in the North Iowa Snow and sleet mixed with rain Monday night and Tuesday Lows Monday night around 30 Highs Tues day in mid 30s Iowa Cloudy rain south and east rain or snow northwest Monday night and Tuesday Lows Monday night mid 30s southeast to near 30 north west Highs Tuesday 40s southeast to lower 30s north west Further outlook Con siderable cloudiness chance of occasional shower Wednes day Fiveday owa Temperatures will average near to slightly above normal Monday through Friday Normal highs are from 4552 normal lows are from 2532 It should be Warmer Wednesday and colder Friday Precipitation will average moderate to heavy occurring as showers and thunderstorms occurring about Wednesday and again Friday Amounts will be one half to one inch Minnesota Cloudy snow or sleet in south Warmer Tues day highs in 40s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum 40 Minimum 21 Sunrise Sunset Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum 35 20 Springs here but so will be sleet or snow Spring arrived in Iowa Mon day afternoon but the weather is strictly winter Another mixture of snow sleet and freezing rain entered I the western part of the state land was expected to move east ward during the day and con tinue Tuesday Above freezing temperatures Sunday melted most of the snow coverfrom Saturdays storm south There has been a few exjCouncil Bluffs 47 was the stats ceptions but as a rule the big gest flocks arrive on St Jo sephs Day Gusty winds from the Pacific failed to slow the ar rival of the thousands of swal lows high Sunday Mason City was the coolest with 40 Mason City also had the over night state low of 21 and tern peratures ranged slightly up ward to 33 at Sioux City AP Photofnx ONEMOOSE OPEN a female moose who has learned tp live in August 1950 when she was two with civilization is shown with sleigh months old He has trained her to live she pulls even on heavily traveled high in a barn with farm animals approach ways at Carlcton Que Andre Lacroix humans on command and pull shown in the ajeigh captured Sophie sleigh f k
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