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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             v North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home I GITY GLOBE VOL 102 The newspcTper Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires that mokes all North lowans MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1962 neighbors We a Paper Consists of Four HOME EDITION No S9 JFK offers olive branch to steels P HolyWeek and what it means Many have but vaguest idea By DR BILLY GRAHAM Written for United Press International A sixyearold boy who had never been in Sunday School before sat listening to the teacher tell the story of the crucifixion of Christ When she had finished the boy said If Paladin had been there they wouldnt have gotten away with it This little faoy symbolizes some of our vague thinking about Holv Week At this time of the year our thoughts go naturally to the cli mactic events surrounding the cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ Millions have only the vaguest idea of what it is all JCI1 about A man said to me during tenced Kauffman to 20 years at Holy Week last year Why doesnard labor and dismissal from JOSEPH KAUFFMAN Aided Reds 20 years sentence to flier WIESBADEN Germany A Courtmartial Wednesday sen Harbors no bad feelings Has meeting with Biough WASHINGTON Kennedy said Wednesday his ad ministration has no ill will toward the steel industry as a result of the epic battle over a price in crease and intends to take no punitive action In a far more conciliatory friendlier mood than at this time last week Kennedy said the gov ernment is not unmindful of needs of the steel industry for invest ment capital to modernize plants and major reason the industry gave for its short lived price hike The administration Kennedy told a news conference believes in free enterprise and initiative in cooperation of industry and fuss I have the church make such a about the death of Christ During the last few weeks 1 have been on several university and college campuses answered ally hundreds of quest ions on many subjects but one of the recurring ques tions which stu dents were ask ing was Why did Christ In other words why do cele brategood Fri day Usually GRAHAM we celebrate the birthdays the service for having betrayed o nvrm v i ni ic U L a 1UIC LU LllC Ub defense secrets to the East minimum necessary to protect the German intelligence service The 43yearold veteran of World War II and the Korean War turned pale and salutedthe eight after hearing the officer court sentence of North Iowa Mostly fair Wed nesday night slightly cooler Hardest decision of career Nicholas proposes tax DES MOINES AP A three per cent sales tax on all items 4 i CJJ1 21CJJO lows in the 30s Occasionalexcept groceries to help raise an cloudiness and slightly cooler Thursday highs 5765 additional million a year for property tax relief was proposed Wednesday by William H Nicho lowa Partly cloudy Wednesday r n H night and Thursday with wide Caldldafte for the lv RPnttArArt nomination for governor outlined at a news conference a fourpoint tax program which he said will help curb what he called a serious threat to the future economic development of the state labor He stated a determination to hold the governments role to the public interest There can be no room on either side for hostility or vindic tiveness he said Kennedy said he recognizes steels need to be able to com The sentence also included forPete with foreign firms to be able feit of all pay and allowances to grow in order to use idle ca I if fi ly scattered thundershowers likely late Thursday Lows Wednesday night near 40 Highs Thursday near 70 Fur ther fair and mild Friday Minnesota Variable cloudiness highs Thursday in 60s FiveDay Temperatures will average 3 to 5 degrees be low normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs are from 60 to 66 and normal lows from 38 to 44 degrees It will be mild at the beginning of the period turning cooler Saturday and Sunday Precip itation generally will average less than 25 of an inch in showers and thunderstorms Thursday night and agait about Saturday GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum 65 Minimum 38 At 8 am 46 Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 38 Minimum 33 Life imprisonment is the maxi mum sentence on the charge The sentence will be automati cally reviewed by higher Force authorities Air The court deliberated four hours Tuesday night before finding Kauffman guilty of giving East German intelligence agents infor mation about US bases in Green great mens not thedeath daysjland and personal information on Who can give thedate of Washother American officers is there such interest in the death of Christ And why is it men tioned with awe and reverence throughout the world In a popular life of Lincoln there are 5000 pages but only 25 are devoted to the dramatic story of his assassination and death This is the rule of most biographies The death of the hero is a mere incident at the end of the book but when pacity But he also said it is nec essary to prevent an inflationary spiral to foster free collective bargaining and price increases with the least possible govern mental interference It was in that connection that he spoke of the limits on the gov ernments role The chief executive wound up jwith a prediction that in the peri jod just ahead industrial profits erations once to return to the courtroom for a rereading of testi mony of the key prosecution wit ness Guenthr Maennel 30 an East German intelligence officer who defected to the Westin June 1961 and says he is now working for the United States It was mostly on Maennels tes timony that the prosecution built come to the four biographies of Jesus we are confronted with an extraordinary fact Onethird of the book of Matthew onethird of Mark onefourth of Luke and one half of John are devoted to the last 24 hours of the life of Christ The death of Jesus Christ was different from all others It is true that Socrates drank Hem lock But when Christ died the lightning flashed the thunder roared the darkness settled anci even the soldiers confessed that this was the Son of God There has never been a death like it in history When one hundred prominent Americans were asked a few years ago to name the most significant fact of history he number one event listed was the death of Christ Of all men who ever lived Jesus did not have to die He was the Lord of life Sin causes death but Jesus never sinned i Kennedys statement followed a meeting Tuesday night with Rog er M Biough chairman of the US Steel Corp which the White House described as cordial and useful Biough slipped in and out just as he had done exactly a week before when he told Kennedy of the price increase This time against Kauffman Biough and the President appar During the trial Kauffman deently were bent on establishing 1GQ anv ii nied any information to East German agents and claimed he was arrested by them while enroute to West Berlin and not in East Berlin itself Kauffman is a native of Rut land Vt GOP leaders want Demo on county bench DES MOINES UPI Polk County Republican chairman Leo Oxberger recommended Tues day that a Democrat be named to the Polk County District Court bench to succeed Republi can C Edwin Moore to permit a balanced bipartisan court bench Oxberger renewed the long discussed drive to obtain a bi At the news week Kennedy price increase as unjustified and irresponsible He turned a mas sive power attack against it and US Steel and the companies which followed its lead backed down on the price boost Reporters would not leave the steel episode alone after the read more amicable relations conference denounced last the The Clear Lake turkey grower and increase state aid for schools from 13 per cent to 25 per cent of school costs The former lieutenant governor who will oppose Gov Norman Er He said his tav program would be in the GOP primary said an permit a 10 per cent across the increase of the two per cent sales board reduction of property taxes and use tax on all items except groceries would bring the state about million in additional revenue Nicholas proposed that the three per cent sales tax be extended to hotels and motels to bring in another million He also proposed increasing the Its spring finallycsn4 we love it Sparkling sunny weather smiled on Iowa Wednesday with virtually cloudless skies and mild temperatures The mercury climbed into the ligh 60s in the northeast and the ower 70s in the southwest during the afternoon The Weather Bureau warned Cowans however to enjoy the ine atmosphere while they can The forecast called for partly cloudy skies with a few afternoon or evening thundershowers in the west Thursday More showers and thunder storms are predicted for the state about Friday night or Saturday and temperatures are expected to average three to five degrees be ow normal for the next five days Rainfall amounts are expected to average less than onefourth of an nch The mercury hit highs of 69 de irees Tuesday at Sioux City At antic and Council Bluffs Du N ews in a ut shell corporation tax from three to additional OLD TOM IS BACK Tom a cat who got left behind gets some hugging from Patricia Feld man at the Hollywood home of Mr and Mrs Coleman Feldman He showed up Tuesday year to the day after the Feldmans left him at their Yucaipa Calif ranch to Hollywood Thats a distance of about 75 miles and the Feldmans figure Old Tom walked it Refused to follow rm LAKE VILLAGE Ark API Refusal to observe federal acre age crop allotments has cost James Weir his 944acre farm About 125 farmers from the area attended a government auction at which the farm was sold Tuesday to L J Warren of Lake Provi dence Lau for SGOOOO Weir has owes for overplanting hii 1959 rice acreage allotment Weir contends that crop acreage allotments are unconstitutiona and battled the Department of Ag riculture for three years over the issue US Dist Judge J Smith Hen Icy upheld the constitutionality of FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES No progress PARIS Efforts by the six Common Market nations to extend West European economic unity into the political sphere have broken down over BelgianDutch demands that Britain join in the talks E German shot BERLIN Commu nist border guards shot and killed a 24yearold East German who w a s fleeing with two compan ions in a speeding gravel truck that crashed through a barrier into West Berlin Flood threat JACKSON their noines f of the tHird time within a year as the rampaging Pearl River rose toward an expected 34foot crest 16 feet above flood stage Death rumored MOSCOW Reliable sources Said former Lt Gen Vasily Stalin 50 son of the late Soviet premier died recently of natural causes There was no official confirma tion Rail hearing CHICAGO Bargain ers for the nations rail roads and five unions be ovvv ciiunt mna me dun vuiiiHju Diuus lui oouuuu uir nas icy upheld the constitutionality ing of the statement One askedjbuque was the states coolest spotsaid the farm was worth 5300000acreage allotments and placed whether the PrcsiiVnf an aflfMnnnn hitfh nf RI AV i I r whether the President wouldwith an afternoon high of 63 Ma move as forcefully against a City had 65 ion if it didnt go along with his voluntary program for wageprice restraint Kennedy said the country has a free economy and prices are to be set in a free market But the government would like both labor and industry to remain very con scious of the public interest in their decisions he said Kennedy denied he had set the ixtimiruy uciiiea ne fiaa 561 me Many people say that Christ was lo a bi Price of steel What he did he a martyr This is not true The k Judiciary saU was to se he u soldiers did not seize him tcr Erbe before that of to low Sue him force They did not take against his will He said iui man taketh my life from me but I lay it down of myself Christ was dying for the sins to fill the term was D i if T h B1SS President he said Bucll M Lmdgren president Thc prcsjdcni of the Polk County Bar As socialion and Philip H Cless1 steel Racial policies bring government action WASHINGTON Kennedys Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity barred two firms from any further government contracts until they correct questioned racial policies The firms named The sale culminated a long run ning battle between Weir and the government which contends hci J judgment of more than against Weir Feb 12 Weir wouldnt give up He isought an injunction to halt the sale until he could appeal He was told he could stop the sale by posting a bond to cover the amount of the judg ment interest and court costs but refused He still owes a penalty for overplanting his 1960 rice crop He has paid a penalty labial LIIU inms namecu for hk IJTJ Tuesday in an order by AssiswearinS onlv a tenns his Secretary of Labor Jerry land gunbelt has been prowling Many fanners in this rich Mis Hollcman executive vicejabout homes and peeping inisissippi River valley area arc Have gunbelt will jail if they catch him ALBANY Ga said Wednesday that a man R of the world The apostle Paulia former Bar Association presi said was Christ reconcil ing the world unto himself The cross of Christ had amazing power because in it justice and tove are blended together in one great and final revelation of God Love divorced from justice is dent who was a leader in a bipartisan bench move t w o shared Oxbcrgers onvi 111 IMVUl VHllUV uTCa 3 n xvaa uus jius tornchairman of the committee arewindows in Albany for aboutsympathetic with Weirs cause that set the thcDanly Machine Specialists Incithrec months The prowler who One farmer testified at a hear it he said Cicero ancl Cornel evaded all efforts to before the Agricultural Stabil Mills with plants at Houstonhim has been labeled Thcization and Conservation Commit Said he United States is makat Bcaimonl TCX Stuttgart inude dude by residents of thcjlce Hes doing what a lot of us A n rtrl n p T A I a major effort to achieve disarmament breakthrough with its sweeping new proposals now presented at Geneva At Ark and New Orleans La area years ago shared Oxbcrgers 1 ai ueneva At view Both are Republicans andthc same time hc described as i i a f f M both ey negative the chances of as individuals getting Soviet agreement to a Erbe said he would ask thelnuclcar test ban treaty before P t aiways m aanger o uecoming oar Association lo sentimental thing Justice withoutjrecommend three names for love mtphf verfffi nn a lack nf nossihle sflrflinn as ivrnrirot love might verge on a lack of mercy God in Christ laid the always in danger of becoming ajdistrict Bar Association to tiie resumes atmospheric tests probably next week Announced that he has direct ed the Army to cancel the court martial of a Reserve private first class for sending his sen ator a telegram critical of the Chief Executive The soldier is Larry D Chidester Pt Lewis expiration of himself and mans offense on the cross is the eternal revelation of what mans sin means to God A parents agony when a son or daughter heedless of all prompting pursues reckless and perilous forces is but the faintest reflection of the agony of God in the face of the sin of man The possible selection as Moores successor The Polk County bench now includes Republicans Bring D Needham Ray C Fountain Tom K Murrow and Don Tid rick The Democrats are Robert D Jackson Sade P Clarke andWash Ralph R Randall EXFILM STAR DIES HOLLYWOOD cross condemns the sins of ouriscrcen star Louise Fazenda G6 time pride arrogance prcjjwifc of film producer Hal Wai udice cynicism and disillusioned idealism Said he also had ordered in keeping with the Easter spirit that the Army remit the balance of its sentence against a re servist court martialed at Ft Polk La for his statements in If i til O I Us mcd of a cerebral hemorconnection with we want out rhagc Tuesday demonstrations I would like to and cant afford to gan negotiating for the first time on controver sial proposals aimed at ending featherbedding The negotiators immedi ately buckled down to the thorniest issue proposed in the report of a presi dential railroad commis sion elimination of the jobs of 40000 firemen SAME Safely Department Black Flag Means Traffic Death in Fast 31 Hours Girl 10 killed when it topples She got pianobut will never play it SODUS Midi AP Brendn Harrison 10 had wanted for a long time to have a piano so she could study music Her dream came true Tuesday There was a piano in an aban doned school house in the village St Pauls Evangelical Church across the road had purchased the building and volunteer work ers were tearing it down A work er told Brcnda she could have the piano if she could get some one to move it away It wasnt much of a an old it was a piano Brenda skipped home from school at noon and excitedly told her parents Mr and Mrs Ray mond Harrison the happy news After school she just had to see her piano again before she could think of things like supper She went back to the abandoned school The wreckers had gone The askew on a sixinchhigh platform with a cast er a wondrous sight Brenda apparently trying to figure out how to have her pre cious gift moved lo her home tested its weight The piano toppled off the plat form and pinned her beneath it The crash was heard by Bren das brother Gene 12 and a neighbor boy Jimmy Long 10 playing in another part of the old school They tried to lift the piano off Brenda but couldnt budge it They called two othet children to help The mightily the piano off Brenda They laid her on the grass of the school playground and ran for help Brenda died of head injuries in a hospital within an ever gelling totouch the keys of her piano four per cent for an million Nicholas program also suggest ed that the Legislature enact an excise tax on nonessential items to raise million more Nicholas program was the first tax stand made by a governor candidate in the present primary race It probably has been the hard est decision to make of my po litical career he said I am do ing this for a selfish reason be cause I am a property owner and I hope something can be done to stop spiraling property taxes This is one of the reasons Im running for governor I hope I have the solution he said In the 1958 campaign William Murray Ames Republican advo cated a three per cent sales tax and was defeated by Democrat Herschel Loveless Nicholas said his stand on a sales tax increase may kill me But Id ratherpay it out a penny at a time rather than have taxes hit me in the face all at once Nicholas saidhe didnt believe there is as much resentment against a sales tax today as there was in 1958 when we didnt have ias big a property tax load and Iwe had million Vr v He said the 1961 legislature was aware of the property tax prob lem but was unable to do any thing about it because of a threat ened veto from Gov Norman Er be He said Iowas property taxes in 1960 were 19 per cent above Ihe national average and that the ax load will increase this year by 525 million to a total of mil ion Nicholas suggested that money his tax program brings in be ihannelled into a socalled prop erty tax replacement fund with he legislature allocating the fiincis vhere it deems necessary for ax relief He said the legislature should et up some safeguards against isingschool budgets so that the money raised for property tax fe ief would work effectively Nicholas added that local offi ials must devote more tune tudy and effort in the prepara ion of accurate budget estimates n 1960 alone he said more than s38 million was needlessly collect from property taxpayers be ause of inaccurate estimating Erbe has not announced a tax land but has said he would Cto any tax increase unless it ibsolutely guaranteed some sort of property tax relief Want best steak Then order the Top of Iowa DES MOINES AP Iowas lew steak will be known as the Top of Iowa steak the Iowa Beef Producers Association an lounced Wednesday The winning name selected rom about 4000 entries Vas sub mitted by Mrs RichafS Bogner of wife of an Iowa High vay Commission employe Gail Danilson association rep resentative said Mrs Bogners award will be 50pounds of the Top of Iowa steak Gov Norman Erbe will have he first opportunity to taste the newly named steak at a dinner Wednesday night The governorwill be presented he steak at ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of the asso ciation On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 67 North Jowa News 10 Comics 17 Sprouts 1920 Lake News 242526 Latest Markets 30 Mason City News 3031   

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