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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 30, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Expense account rules See story on page 2 Cuban squall ends quickly WASHINGTON AP Theilem the thousands of Russian jatest Cuban more troops still in Cuba thunder than to have all but passed over Satur day And US officals turned again to a more lingering prob V U Christian I attitude I on war n Toughest moral problem today By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International The bishops of the Episcopal Church have taken a mansized swing at the toughest moral ye1 ai problem confronting Christians uEr ldla to what the total today lllMldnsjnumbers should be in the coming JS dfininS an Since then about 400 more So the realities of the world situaj The quick cooljng off Qf T ishootmg incident indicated both Its difficulty is attested byHavana and Washington wanted h P larrrn YI 11 m K 1 i i Tension over Thursday nights Cuban MIG attack on an Ameri can cargo ship the Floridian dropped sharply after a swift note from Cuba saying the Russian built fighters probably fired in error The ship was not hit Informants in Havana said Fri day night that Prime Minister Fidel Castro has promised to de liver an explanation to the United States on the strafing But time was approaching for what President Kennedy said would be a new look at Soviet troop strength on the island At his last news conference March 21 Kennedy said that about 3000 Russians had left Cuba since Soviet Premier Nikita S Khrushchev promised to with draw several thousand That left an estimated 14000 on the island said Kennedy We hope more will pull out ews in a utshell 5 The month of March is not fin ye and ue should nave Linvj fi aoillli tl LL the large number of people whoto avoid any new crisis have despaired of satisfying1 both requirements Some have retreated from realism by espousing unilateral disarma ment Others have retreated from Christian teachings by condoning a policy of massive retaliation On the inside Meeting during the Cuban crisis the Episcopal bishops in sisted on facing both horns of the dilemma The result was a downtoearth statement outlin ing the principles which the church must uphold in approach ing nuclear war on the basis of Christian realism The bishops statement re ceived relatively little news coverage at thc time it was issued because the papers were full of the Cuban crisis It de serves wider attention notonly from Episcopalians to whom it was directed but from all Amer icans who want their country to preserve its freedoms without forfeiting its soul Rejecting the pacifist argu ment that it is sinful even to possess nuclear weapons the bishops said forthrightly that the United States must remainj strong militarily as long as the threat of aggression hangs over the world j The church recognizes they said that a strong military posture does serve as a deter rent to an aggressor nation inj tent upon military They also acknowledged the necessity of having the US keep abreast of all develop ments in if that requires building and stockpil ing some very ghastly types of weapons But they drew a sharp moral distinction between having H bombs and actually using them against Russian or cities j Total war with modern weap ons they said cannot be doned by the Christian con science under any circumstances and every possible moral force must be summoned to prevent its occurcnce i It is increasingly evident that allout modern war cannot protect the worlds peoples that an atomic holocaust cannot serve the purpose that war may once have served as an instru ment of political or police action to secure justice and peace From this basic premise ihc bishop drew four specific con clusions i 1 Thc whole concept of mas sive retaliation marked by obliteration bombing of large areas and masses of people is unchristian and should be re pudiated by thc US 2 Christians must exert every influence to insure that any war which breaks out any where in the world is limited 3 In any armed conflict we must set clearly defined objec tives and cease to wage war when they are achieved 4 When world disaramamont is feasible the weapons of war Editorials Page 4 The Surveyor Religious News47 Society News 39 Clear Lake News v9 Mason City News 1011 Latest Markets n Sports Comics Business News2021 North Iowa News 24 smashed NEW Jo sephine the whooping crane has cracked three of her eggs and shat tered immediate hopes for an increase in the number of the almost ex tinct birds George Doug lass director of the park where Josephine and her mate Crip are kept said he hopes she will lay one or t w o more eggs this spring Mob demonstrates VALENCIA A mob students chanting Y a n k e e go home marched on the U S consulate here demand ing that American air bases be withdrawn from Spain Some of the stu dents threw stones and one window was broken in the consulate Cuba patrol CHICAGO Presi dent Kennedy may order U S warships to patrol against exiles u s i n g American territory for launching raids oiTdiba the Chicago SunTimes reported Ban to be lifted CHICAGO A long costly court battle to prevent the nations rail roads from enforcing an tifeatherbedding work rule changes was aban doned by five rail unions An injunction placing a moratorium on rule changes was expected to be lifted early next week and the railroads indi cated they would then The newspaper thah makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 30 1963 I0c a copy No 43 quickly to put into effect the sweeping changes despite a threat ened strike by the 210 006 ontrain workers Hassan exhausted NEW YORK King Hassan II of Morocco rested following a three day whirl of talks in Washington that made him a major diplomatic success but left him physically exhausted Missile Iowa Partly cloudy north con siderable cloudiness south Sunday with scattered show ers or thunderstorms along southern border Low Satur day 30s north to 45 to 50 ex treme south High Sunday in the 60s Outlook for Monday Partly cloudy and mild GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 67 Minimum 33 Sunrise Sunset Knight closes his Rocky headquarters LOS ANGELES Caliday fornians for Rockefeller Com will go Turkey and taly involved WASHINGTON UPI U S Polaris missile submarine has taken up station in the Mediter ranean in the first step of plans to replace ground based missiles in Turkey and Italy the partment announced Satur The nuclearpowered submaj who onened passed the Strait n two oar ENOCH A NOREM GlobeGazette associate editor who didnt want the headquar ters opened in the first place HOT OVER DOTS UNITY Maine UPI The The State and Defense De partments announced earlier that the first of three Polaris owned nuclear subs assigned to i D o 350 residents of this town are up the Mediterranean would be on in arms over 550000 dots The i duty by about April 1 dots mark the town on 550000 The three submarines Norem retires after 43 years To delay remap decision Suit under advisement By RON SPEER DES MOINES fAP A court ruling on the contitutionaiifv of the apportionment of the iowa Legislature is not expected until after the 60th Genera Assembly adjourns this spring 1 doubt that we will reach a decision before the legislature ad journs said US Circuit Judge Martin Van Oosterhout Friday after he and two other federal judges took under advisement a suit asking for reapportionment of the legislature on a more equit able basis The suit originally asked that ithe court throw out the present I system rule unconstitutional the proposed shaff plan of rcdistrict ing and put the representation of both the House and Senate on strictly a population basis However the demands were nodified by the plaintiffs in final irguments before the judges and lurry Smith of Sioux City attor icy for the two officers of the Iowa Federation of Labor who iled the suit told the court We do not ask that both Houses of the legislature be based on population but wedo demand a nore equitable apportionment in he House than the Shaff plan proposes The state represented by Atty Gen Evan Hultman told the court that tho present apportioi ment does not result in discrimi nation to cause the court to take drastic action of substituting the decision and opinion of three men over the decision and opinion of he 2800000 people of Iowa Hultman described as judicial blackmail a request by Smith hat the judges render a decision almost immediately and order he legislature to come up with a lew reapportionment plan Smith said an early decision vas needed so the legislature vould have time in the present session before adjourning to come up with fair reapportion ment We are accepting the fact that only one house will be based ou population Smith said in his final remarks But the represen tation of the second house can rji u 111 nj nil t Lit copies of the new state highway their total of 4S missiles will re wdghed so that Enoch Norem associate editor Among his special editorial1 i discrimination1 mandcr for Europe Pendin tinns basc at orem w nv coast the submarines will be uc personality of the Falls SD and reared on i 11KIJonty of votors populous serviced at Holy Loch Scotland i column The daily column offarm at Beach ND He is vnrens by a of voters in j MJLUIVI Jtu LUIIILIH IMC CfllUOn S T tuv ding oftpostponed negotiai To the present generation of Mason City in continue what the with Spain for a Polaris GlobeGazette readers Norem land story plaintiffs have charged is invidi at Rota on the Spanish has perhaps bccn best known as Norem was born at discrimination against a the submarines will be the personality of the Straws iKniu s n of voters in populous Dismantling of the Jupiter llccncic nas tari Hair was the 1920 reporting for this pie of Iowa about S50 000 it missile bases in Italy and J HS lBeforc 1lhatt clurinS them io vote on the key according to informed hls vears he plan Smith said fense sources will be r Vs thlb cdl workcd m various jobs start early in April uon ol the GlobeGazette ing as a North Dakota herdsman Shaff plan has been ap Administration officials have Before becoming associate11141 later being in post twice by the legislature contended that the Jupiters are editor he was city editor forand salcs xvork bcfore coming and will be voted on by the people obsolete because they offer ansomc 30 years in charge of Ma ticie at ago 25 Dcc 3 m lne final stcP needed exposed or soft target whcrcon City news coverage Noren anH STlIoSe oS with one representative from each county and a Senate of 58 mcm ws coverage e as the Polaris subs can enter came here in 1923 to accept thatRvt M r and leave the Mediterranean osition after w without surfacing 1VM 1 UilMin Mediterranean position after working for the ricd here in W2K N Hampton man sister die in crash Sioux Falls SD Omaha Bee Prcss has been active in n bers elected on a population Even earlier Xorom had been ocal Thc legislature now has a House a reporter fur the GlobeGazette ms hls ycnrs of m members with one from in 1uo In fact he was the first C a board cach cmmv mA additional new member brought to the staff r Clty Chamberjfrom each of the nine most popu after Hall took over in Feb and SalvaHous counties and a 50membcr and thc Ccrro GordolScnate based on population and Crippled Children area Hultman contended in his final ruary 1920 as managing editor Sit Norom now GT and his wife will remain in Mason in retire e IS a past state President of mun jmcnt They hope to make nntlic Jowa Tuberculosis Assn liearguments that thc people of Iowa jextencied trip to Europe in the lias hecn a I11embcr of the exjhavc adequate remedies to solve future ccutive committee of the apportionment through American Legion post and hasihe legislature and by the ote hccn active in Mason City ComJcvery to years on whether to hold kiilcci in an auto accident in marfe three European Chest work over thea fonstituiiortat convention Phoenix Ariz late Friday and reported on them for local years i Also killed was Miss Ida lacot readers One of the earlier trips A Ionstime member of 1 reapportionment plan Prescott Ariz a close friend was Russia lis trips abroad Lutheran Church he was Vwhictl 10 uii on Hultman ssiii Ho ursed th NEW Ivcr son 79 and his sister Mrs Olaf Hattie Kelson 82 were GlobeGazette Norem with his During his years with the and legislatures who visited frequently in New have had emphasis on thc member of the buildin Tom Hampton iScandinavian countries Both mittce which planned the conSn0t t0 merfeT Accordinn to reports received are of Scandinavian struct ion of the present Trinitv Wo i j i here the car driven by vcrdescent and speak Norwegian Church n Y procedura son collided a lettuce jcoitetHutionai sovernmont is the and pushed into the path of another truck All three were dead on arrival at a hospital Iverson and Mrs Kelson were lifelong residents of New Hamp ton He was a retired jeweler There arc no close survivors The bodies will be returned here for burial Miss Tacots funeral is to be held in Tucson j Walk with us Negroes invite JFK to Delta court I only way we can carry out the j desires of the plainuns Hultman said Until the remedies are not available to the ivople the court ishould stay away fron substitut its opinion for that of the vo Ariz ROADSIDE TRAGEDY Two little jrirls weep as their 3monthold German including all nuclear weapons shepherd puppy Tippy lies dying on a must be abolished i roadside h e r e The girls Vickie Hujrhes 10 and Sue Romin 11 Nashville Tenn are neighbors and were each half owners of Tippy victim of a hitandrun driver SAME DATE 1962 93 GREENWOOD Miss r President Kennedy has bccn iirqerl to come to this Missis sippi Delta city and walk with Negroes coin to thecounty courthouse in their bid to come registered voters Its ihe reitost thins tux President of the United States can do to let the world know we believe in Kranton a attor ney from Atlanta old a cr registration rally Friday The tension easeil Friday Police kept pedestri white and Negro scattered and moving The Leflore County court house was blocked off by wooden barricades and police squad car However Police Chief Curt is tary said were free to enter tl Iourtlunus Smith argued that the vote of all the ivopie of Iowa should net sway this court from protecting the minorities aud cited the Uth Araerdnif it to tne US Constitu tion as provuii for amorg tno The was fiiod last Serf 7 by Charles I Davis oflVs Moinos of ho Iowa provided they walked in small JJ Lewis of LYs tvre groups instead of a mass tary treasurer of the federation Vive u it nesses testified for the plaintiffs Thursday tho state took testimony from two wines march Meanwhile Mayor C K Sampson charged the Justice Department w i t h helping professional asitntors fo ment racial trouble Tho plaintiffs contended that the i court offered thorn the only Lav
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