Mason City Globe Gazette, May 15, 1962

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors HOME EDITION VOL 102 Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 15 1962 UOc a Paper Consslls of Two One No 12 Dr Barth looks at theology Hes greatest of century By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International Dr Karl Earth of Basel Switz erland is a short stooped man of 76 He peers at the world through thick eye glasses anc usually wears a small quizzical smile He has been a dominant figure in Protestant theology for the past 40 years and scholars today refei to him matteroffactly as the greatest theologian of this century and one of the greatest of all time Dr Barth has been in the United States for the last month It is his first visit to this country In his talks Dr Earth has sought to summarize and clarif the main themes of the evangel ical theology which has ex pounded in more than 200 books Some laymen who have heart him speak have come awaj Whats so new abou that The question would delight Di Barth His purpose has never bee to offer novel modern interpreta tions of Christianity What he has sought to do and is great mea sure has succeeded in doing is to rescue theology from the by ways of 19th century liberalism Where liberalism tended to focus on human experience and to reason up w a r d from man nature and history to ward a concept of God Dr Barth took ex actly the op p o s i t e ap proach He be gan where prophets of an BARTH cieht Isreal began with the Su preme Fact of a Creating and sustaining God who is wholly other than man who entirely transcends mans finite cosmos of time and space and who can never be apprehended or under stood by his human creatures ex cept as he chooses to reveal him self to them It is both presumptuous and futile Dr Barth said for men to speculate about what God ought HE GOT IN THE LAST is the damaged home of John C Mc Donald Lansing Mich after he cli maxed a daylong argument with his wife by driving his car through the picture window He broke some other Photofax windows and set a fire in the attached garage also Damage was estimated at and McDonald was jailed on a reckless driving charge His wife missed the whole thing she wasnt home And hes happy Hell lose his job iFROM OUR WIRE SERVICES JACKSON Missi ssippi legislature abolished Wil liam Winters job as tax collector on an illegal i The discharged civil servant then offered his thanks to the body I think I held the office as long six years as a reasonable man should want to hold such a highpaying public position he declared The action becomes ef fective Jan 1 1964 when his term expires The job will be taken over by the state tax com mission Mississippi is the nations only prohibition state U n d er an to be like or in what manner archaic law the more tax money Winter collects the more he ic had recommended such a step when he was a legislator It will result in increased econ omy and efficiency for the state N he should reveal himself Man can only listen for Gods own keeps Word or selfexpression This word requires no external val idation it authenticates itself be cause the God who speaks it is also present in human hearts en abling men to repond in faith and love to truths which they could never reach with the short arm of logic Much confusion about Dr Earths theology might be avoided by nothing that he uses the term word of God in the same sense that it is used inthe prologue to the Fourth Gospel namely to connote the selfrevealing activiti of God in history Dr Barth believes that this word of God is faithfully re corded in the Bible and his vigorous insistence on this point has given a mighty impetus to the modern revival of Biblical theology But he is not a funda mentalist and he has never sub scribed to the fundamentalist view that the Biblentself is the literal and infallible word of God To Dr Barth the Bibles su preme importance stems from its testimony to Jesus Christ the word made flesh Dr Earths theology is totally Christcentered In a sense all of his books are commentaries on the basic fact that the transcend ent unknowable God has condes cended to men by taking up humanity in Christ thus bridg ing the gulf between creator and creature which could never have been crossed from the other side The methods of historical sci ence he says cannot go beyond the testimony of the witnesses which is recorded in the New Testament It was granted to them says Dr Barth to hear the word o God in its glory as a pledge promise warning and consolation affecting all men And they were sent into the world with a com mission to attest Jesus as Ihi word of God to all men Men are free to accept thei testimony or toreject it say Dr Barth But it is sheer ar rogance for any modern theologia to treat the biblical witnesses a though he were better infonne about the word of God than the were I heartily approve of the ac The remuneration of the office lot out of proportion to its duties Winters job grew out of a situation found in no other state Most voters in predominantly rural Mississippi have endorsed prohibition which existed here long before it was tried on a national scale But residents of the state Gulf Coast and Mississippi River counties have always liked to have a nip handy Their countj sheriffs usually make no at tempt to frustrate them by en forcing the law As a result the drys have hac their law and the wets have had their liquor During Work War 1 the state started getting its taxes in the form of a blacl market levy on sates of the il Orders troops to inTh President cites defense act Action to bring US strength to 5000 Watch Laos border Iowa Mostly fair and co tinned quite warm and wind through Wednesday Tuesday night 6570 Highs Wed nesday 8489 owa Partly cloudy and con tinued warm and windy through Wednesdaywith scattered showi ers and thunderstorms north1 west Lows Tuesday night near 60 north to upper 60s south Wednesday sional thunderstorms mostly northwest part of zone Lows Tuesday night in lower 60s Highs Wednesday in the 80s Minnesota Scattered showers Pact is needed Russia But troops no help WASHINGTON AP Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin conferred with Secretary of State Dean Rusk for 35 minutes Tuesday and indicated afterward that the Soviet Union agreed to the need for a political settlement of the Laos crisis It is necessary Dobrynin told newsmen after the conference to put into effect the agreemenl which was reached by the chair man Premier Khrushchev anc the President of the US at Vien na Asked for comment on the send ng of US Marines to Thailand neighbor of Laos Dobrynin nought for a moment then said Generally sending troops doe lot help solve the situation continued warm nesday in 80s Highs Wed data legal commodity i v11 j u jj jj vy v klLj u i 1 VWI i 1111 vy VI HJ ion Winter said noting that Through created as an emer gency wartime tax it netted the state so much revenue that no serious effort was made to re peal it ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Short nails get blame SIOUX nails were blamed for the collapse of a thirdgrade classroom here just 15 minutes after 28 pupils and their teacher had been evacuated from the room Nails which held the new ceiling in place were of inadequate length Ted Wal ensky city building inspection department director said of the damage at the Bryant elementary school More hoodlums found dead slashedand beaten bodies of two hoodlums apparently slain in gangland fashion weeks ago were foundstuffed in the trunk of a new car on a residential street The killings brought to at least eight the number of gangstyle assassin ations in the Chicago area this year and were the fifth and sixth within the last three weeks GEN BRIARD JOHNSON DES MOINES H Nicholas Republican candidate for governor said Tuesday he fa vored increased benefits to re tired public employes with a lump sum payment to cover what WASHINGTON Kennedy Tuesday ordered 1800 US Marines into Thailand and the De fense Department said U S military forces there will be built to about 5000 men The announcement made plain the US forces will go into battle if the Communists in neighboring Laos cross the Thai border These forties are to help insure the territorial integrity of peaceful country the Pres ent said of the dispatch of larines to Thailand In a follow to the announce ment Secretary of Defense Rob rt S McNamara said the US military force in Thailand would e given a new overall command nd increased to about 5000 men Erbes plan for retired Nicholas claims At Vienna a year ago President he called inadequacies in the pro vennedy and Khrushchev asserted gram for the past two years heir support fora neutral and dependent Laos Dobrynin refused to answer any questions about the meaning of lis statement that the Kennedy Khrushchev accord must be put into effect But the comment ap parently put the Soviet Union on the side of a peaceful negotiated settlement GlobeGazette weather up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum 85 Minimum 64 At 8 a m 72 Sunrise Sunset Second Dooley hospital closes BANGKOK Thailand UPD l second hospital set up by the ate jungle doctor Tom Dooley as been closed down in Laos it vas reported Tuesday Dr Carl Wiedermann and his assistant Albert Harries were re oorted packing equipment to be ransported across the Mekong Thailand from Ban Eichmann verdict May 29 Supreme Court will deliver iudgment on the appeal of Adolf Eichmann May 29 an official announcement said The former Gestapo colonel was sentenced to death for his partin the Nazi regimes murder of Jews Astronaut scans skies CAPE CANAVERAL preparations for astronaut Scott Carpenters threeorbit mission rolled along steadily but the weather picture for the scheduled Saturday launch darkened Rough seas in the recovery areas the same problem which forced repeated delays of John Glenns flight three months another iffy situation SUI wants end to bias IOWA CITY University of Iowa announced that student organizations will lose official recogni tion unless they are able to choose members without restriction as to race color or national origin A policy handed down by the studentfaculty commit tee on student life brought existing campus groups under the rule liver to iouei Sai The Dooley hospital at Nam Tha was closed earlier this month by he rebel advance in northwestern Laos Light voter turnouts in three1 states WASHINGTON MVThere was only light voter turnouts Tues day for primary elections in three states despite fine weath er and some heated campaigns The nominations for governor and congressional seats held most interest in Nebraska Pennsylvania and Maryland On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 56 Clear Lake News 9 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets 11 Sports 1314 North Iowa News 15 Comics 16 Farm News 17 Dobrynin also declined to dis cuss the problems of restoring a ceasefire or getting proCommu nist troops back to the ceasefire line Soviet Premier Nikita Khru shchev is understood to have told US Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson in Moscow Sunday that the Soviet government wants a political settlement in Laos A report from Thompson on the alk has now reached the Stale Department but officials here consider it not quite conclusive Spring busting out all over for business WASHINGTON production and personal income climbed to record levels in April reflecting a broadening spring ex pansion in business The Federal Reserve Board re orted Tuesday that output of mines factories and utilities ad anccd by more than one full per entage point between March and pril The boards production in ex reached a new high of 1171 neaning that output last month vas 171 per cent higher than the 957 average The rounded level n March was 116 Secretary of Commerce Luther I Hodges told a news conference rie annual rate of personal in ome in April totaled billion increase of billion over larch news conference that the Idwa Public Employes Retirement System should have been changed to provide more benefits for the aged by the 1961 legislature Since it wasnt he said he feels persons receiving benefits under the program shouldbe given ret roactive payments to July 1961 Nicholas did not specify any amount of money either for cur rent increases in payments to thi etired or for the relroaclive bo 1US Money for increased benefits ind bonus payments would be tak n from a million fund left vhen employes quit the program and money paid in for them by heir employers was not with drawn Gov Norman Erbe opponent in the June 4 prirtiarj election proposed a similar pro gram last week Nicholas said he has been work ing on his proposal for six months and now only three weeks be fore the primary Erbe announce my plan This looks like vote getting politics I am now pleased that th governor has embraced my stan practically in every detail Nich olas said SAME Uowa Safely Department FtRBreii Black Flag Means Traffic Death In 24 Hourc CHINA NORTH VIETNAM LAOS VIENTIANE Photolnx CRUCIAL important posi tion in respect to Communistinfested Laos and other Reddominated countries shaded areas showp why the US has elected to station troops there The buildup will include 000man Army battle group al eady in Thailand To this will be added the Ma ne battalion men om the 7th Fleet The Marine ontingent also will have its own actical air units It was reported that the Marine iroup involved is the 3rd Battal bn 9th Marine Regiment from he 3rd Marine Division It is due o disembark Wednesday night Additionally about 1200 Army orcesfrom the Pacific area will be sent in ThePacific Air Force will pro vide tactical units to give air cover to the Army ground troops Both the Air Force and Marine air units will be based in Thai land Gen Paul D Harkins now US commander of the 6000man force in South Viet Nam will be given the job of heading US forces in both Thailand and South Viet Nam Hell be under the gen eral jurisdiction of Maj Gen Brt ard Johnson who heads the mili tary assistance program in South east Asia The reference by Pentagon spokesman to combat elements pointed up that this is no mere assistance outfit going into Thai land but a fighting force Kennedys statement said the US military forces were being put into Thailand so that we may be in a position to fulfill jspeedily our obligations under the 1954 Manila Pact a defense agreement approved by tha Senate It was the first time US troops had been ordered ashored in such a maneuver since the landings in Lebanon in the summer of 1958 Former President Dwight D Eis enhower sent in 14000 Marines when the Lebanese government appealed for protection in the wake of an Iraqui revolution There was no indication that Kennedy planned to send troops into Laos American military men prefer not to fight in that almost inaccessible where the people have shown no great will to resist Red advances they absolutely have to Other 18 children shout agreement They wont first child to be boy CAR3VIEL Calif AP Like many an expectant couple Navy Chief Warrant Officer Francis Louis Beardsley and his wife Helen hope their first child will be a boy Thats just fine with their other 18 children too In I960 Beardsleys first wife died of diabetes They had 10 children That same year Helen North lost her Navy officer hus band in a jet crash She was left with eight children They heard of each olher through a friend and exchanged sympathetic notes They met He proposed six days later She ac cepted Last Sept 9 Beardsley 45 and Helen a pretty brunette who is 31 were married They set up housekeeping with their 18 children The Beardsleys happily an nounced Monday that another child is on the way Beardsley described the other 18 children as wild with excitement Beardsley added Nobody can appreciate the scene when we lold the children It was exhilarating It was like winning the Irish Sweepstakes Beardsley works in Monterey at the Navys postgraduate school He says the child will be born in the nearby Ft Ord hospital about July 19 Well name him John Joseph Beardsley declared The girls outnumber the boys now 12 to 6 And if its a girl We havent decided on a girli name Beardsley said The 18 children range in agt from 2 to 17 years ;

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