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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Grants bag of tricks See feature on page 3 The newspaper that makes all North neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG VOL CJTY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 20 1963 OOc a In critical condition Catholic priest shot Russias t angry young man Criticism in his poetry By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON Y e v g e nv Yevtushenko the angry young man of Russian poetry has been described as surefooted He is courageous enough to cnhaze not only the Stalinist past but the Khrushchev pres ent though never identifiably Khrushchev himself In Stalins Heirs for ex ample he writes of Stalinists who prune roses in retire secretly look upon this retirement as temporary And then and much more dar ingly he expresses his fear of Others who curse Stalin from the And alone at night yearn for former days But if Yevtushenko is angry he also is a reasonable young man His Babi Yar a poem which first appeared in 1961 as described by David Burg a former student at Moscow Uni versity and now a Fellow at Kings College Cambridge in clude Criticism of Soviet dis regard for the specifically anti Jewish direction of Nazism con demnation of antiSemitic senti ments in some quarters in Rus sia and deep compassion for the Jewish people Because he failed to stress the suffering of crewcut Russian lads of nonJewish origin in World War II Yevtushenko was attacked as a cosmopolite who had forgotten his people and spat upon his dead Babi Yar created a contro versy only recently resolved by Yevtushenkos revision of it There was nothing political pfer about this he insists He haden a sma11 boat overturned in just and supplethe Tennessee River near here mented it a bit sinceit had1 The HiShway Patrol said two not appeared in book form This nave been recovered and as a matter of fact was only seven Persons are missing half the truth Babi Yar did Eleven were in the small out ews in a nutshell 7 Q S1ael Israeli President Izhak 1 was reported in critical condition with stomach cancer An official medical bulletin said there has been a sudden deterioration in the condition of the 78yearold president VANCOUVER B C A 51yearold Roman Catholic priest was shot to death late Friday with a rifle at point blank range in the doorway of a Fran oscan monastery Police said Father Ciithbert ard was killed when he went to answer the doorbell Set final assault WASHINGTON A group of American moun taineers may make their final effort to scale Mt Everest this weekend The national geographic W ciety which is cosponsoring the expedition said Saturday the 18 Americans are well ahead oftheir timetable and will try to reach the 29028foothieh summit between April 20 and 30 Convicts hold hostage tn 9nNEW WESTMINSTER B C A group of 10 armed With bombs remained ban leaded in a prison auditorium Saturday with a fhP flS hundred othcr inmates of here refused to return to then cells in a sympathy demonstration with the barricaded convicts JFK to visit Ireland v1QfUfBLTIN President Kennedy will pay a visit to Ireland in June the Irish government in iormation bureau announced Saturday It will be Kennedys first visit to the home ofhis ancestors since he became president in 1960 Nine in one family drowned SCOTTSBORO Ala members of a rural Alabama family most of them children ap parently drowned Friday night not appear in Wave of the Hand the Yevtushenko anthology published last year in Russia But it was certainly the raison detre of Yevtushenko Selected published here last September by Button board fishing boat when it over turned about midnight the High way Patrol said The bodies of Mrs Ola Pruitt 47 and John Caves 2 a grandchild were recovered about idawn the Highway Patrol said v u i missing are Mrs Olia Tevtushenko shows a sweet Mae Caves 15 mother of John reasonableness too in writingEi Caves 5 Monk Caves about poems that do meet the political standards of Pravda la A Letter from Cuba he puts the party line into free verse JAmerica I ask you in Do you feel no in your holy old brother Jimmy held to The plain Russian shame that You have forced jfaoat thcm Cubans to take up arms that you condemn them for this As a poet Yevtushenko be longs to the Russian equivalent of our own shouters Carl Sandburg and other Chicago bards of an earlier era His verses have none of the delicacy 3 and Billy Caves 7 Officers said Charles Caves 18 husband of the 15yearold girli was operating the boat when it be came swamped They said he swam to shore and that a 10year and subtlety and plain telligence of Boris Slutskys XI5 pilot wins air award EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE Calif AP X35 pilot Maj Robert M White has won the i J nas won tne S beng Pubdistinguished Service Medal for North Iowa Increasing cloudi ness Saturday night Cloudy Sunday and cooler with lows in the 30s Iowa Fair south cloudy in the north Warmer in the south Saturday but turning cooler in the state Sunday with lows generally in the 30s Minnesota Cloudy with chance of thunderstorms Sunday Lows in the 30s Globe Gazette Weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 53 Minimum 31 Hughes critical of revenue bill Thresher debris charred indicates sub was burned PORTSMOUTH N H A large piece of polyethylene plastic found with the new debris Wants withholding system DES M01NES Harjbefore we know how the money is old Hughes said Saturday he is going to be spent very disturbed that a revenue u j bill passed by the Iowa House tv to a Passed bx does not provide a se Thursday to increase system for collection of the stateL e sales and use tax rates from 2 income tax ito 3 P61 cent extend the sales i The governor also criticized in tax to hotel and motel biiis snd remarks prepared for a Tall Corn raise the tax from 4 to Network radio broadcast the eents a packJt uould raise talking abouttax bills milion a vear I am not pleased with this bill Hughes declared I regard the sales tax as a regressive tax one that tends to tax most heavily those who have the least ability to pay He said he isnt closing the door on a sales tax boost if the legislature decides it is absolutely necessary to provide property tax relief But he said he thinks we should thoughtfully explore other methods of meeting the states needs before accepting the House bill Hughes said he is baffled by the attitude of Republican legis lators toward a withholding tax He termed it a means of getting more revenue out of our existing taxes He said a withholding system would collect taxes from persons the scene of the submarine now evading the income tax and transient workers adding li O C Q dUUlllg in charred spots indicating it was estimated million in revenue at burned in a rush of flame a existing rates j naval court of inquiry was told Saturday The plastic piece about Hughes added that it also would produce a windfall in the first year of about million for i If LILVVSUL VIU illilllULl lUi I inches square was introduced as property tax relief higher operat 1 evidence at the resumed hearings at the Portsmouth Naval Ship yard Frederick L Downs a who is conducting tests on the ing budgets for stateeducational debris testified the plastic was institutions and welfare But he said he is willing to meet the Republican leaders of chemist our legislature half wav by for fHr J giving all or part of the wind of the type commonly found in submarines of the Thresher class fall He urged the Senate in con sidering the House revenue billto GENERAL AND HIS of the Army Douglas MacArthur poses with his wife prior to the Columbia College Luncheon given in his honor at the New York Waldorf Astoria Hotel Mrs MacArthur holds the Columbia r Pholofax Uon given him on the occasion of the announcement of the establishment of a General Douglas MacArthur Chair an History at Columbia College t h e mens undergraduate college of Colum bia University 59 34 Griswold Yale president is dead of cancer Downs testified that the plastic showed indications that it had been in contact with a rush of flame There were bits of metal im bedded in it also he said There are to be further tests be added Also presented to the court j were two pads which appearcc to be the stuffing from the inside of a life jacket The new debris was brought to court in a seabag and its nature was not disclosed until it was pre sented to the court Also presented were eight other pieces of plastic none larger than mans hand Downs said De Gaulle France needs own Aforce PARIS APIPresident Charles de Gaulle remains determined that France build up her own nu clear strike force He also wants the European Common Market to push without Brit to FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES HAVANA Cuban siles because he knew of plans for a second invasion and has proof he was right now measures to Cubas Soviet and brake the edges appeared to be torn ragi nationwide radio and gedly and that tests will be Friday night to find out the cause am De Gaulle restated these key s of his foreign policy in a television He also called on workers to use restraint mm oui uic cause cauca on workers to use re The fwo pads which were idetv1 lhcX WgCticmands ri 10 avoid inflitinn tified as appearing to be life jack et padding are orange Each is and aggressive adventurers nil warlike of blackmail by Miro and his Here are than I proofs written former exile leader Josej Miro Cardona and the Kennedy administration Castro told nation over telcvis night Now the whole The government of Cubni about 18 inches long and six to eight inches wide The debris was found near the Threshers last known position and introduced into evidence by duuta Capt Samuel R Heller design superintendent at the Portsmouth yard and custodian for any debris found at the search to avoid inflation French survival in the nuclear age demands a purely independent national atomic arsenal the 72 yearold leader said It wasnt depending on allies he De Gaulle pointed to the vast but Nixon to face 500 editors NEW HAVEN Conn Whitney Griswold a lean uw ie I10IC cated Yankee who brought a newrL wa look at he Yale University cam cronies but he also denounced the President for his policy aggression against Cuba WASHINGTON lfl Former Vice President Richard M counter revolutionaries Nixon who angrily swore off ss acciise Kennedy press conferences last Novem iho American nuclear said it was not or where the use it armory ccrtain GM chairman highest paid auto exec the Soviet press though some were written long ago as 1954 But Yevtushenko has an imi aljhis work with the rocket as The Air Force Officer received I the award Friday from Air Force Secretary Eugene M Zuckert White made 16 flights in the X151 pus during his 13 years as presi dent is dead at 56 Griswold a champion of aca demic freedom liberal arts mod ern architecture and higher pay i u Kor at his home Fri resentatives of the Soviet govern ix v fvj iij ijcricinsi1 He said Miros lengthy resignamerit and the Cuban government i bankrupt ion A 1 Robert S McNamara at the an tion statement proved Cuba was mense following partfv because W an nine rCCOrds for j itionary ale in 1D29J Kennedy doctorate there inise for a right in preparing to resist the new imperialist aggression Miro resigned Thursday as president ofthe Cuban Revolu American Seven other directors and offi cers of the worlds largest auto The problems of now very delicate CSdcnt Cuba are I wants to coexist problems But lie added we cannot Kennedy defend his Cuba second The he is a consummate actor with Su in as David Burg puts it a aUltudc charismatic appeal and an un limited power over the crowd Because of this and the pull and haul over Babi Yar he has been seized upon like Boris Pasternak before him and more recently and this is really History at YaleiU S State Department has de Link divorcee with Rockefeller Miros inaccurate and distorted s highly imperialist point of WVHll Vll i t the imperialists have comprciurcsand CW tactics and TAX RESOLUTION TALLAHASSEE Fia bended this fact and under They are now which anatMPlans to assassinate tack on Cuba would of the revolution Mrs Mar1 Murphy divorced convolution James S MurPhv n Sun DES MOIXES People as a champion of Soviet libePiVallcy weeks f dslike taxes That als of the arts attorney for Murphy announced fcclmS runs so strong in the The columns have linked cvirrcnt Legislature that of expression in the Soviet Union vith New York omcn fear since Stalin died has been dcTOVu clson A The t WI backfire against scribed as a series of thaws phys are fnonds of the EOVJ have a home in Fear tax increase may backfire DES MOIXES Pnnnlo T tl ij j The federal income tax man took a major share of Donners learnings however A company source estimated Donrer would in fedcral aatvleavmg him with net earnings i the auto industrys high payment was the paid to the late Harlowe Curtice in 1955 when he was both chairman and president of GM and new frosts Yevtushenko himself has called it earlv tico Tarntown NYJ adjoining the Rockej We may soon see what the climate is right now Yevtush enko who has been allowed re markable freedom to travel out side Russia is scheduled to tour America campuses later this month Now some doubt about the availability of a travel per mit has arisen If this is refused Yovtushcnko it will be a sign of a cold spring indeed for the writers and artists of the Soviet Union Both Sens David 0 Shaff RClinton and Martin Wiley RCedar Rapids have referred to an anticducation legisla tive atmosphere in speeches on the Senate floor Both said later however they believe the feeling is against high cost of govern ment including schools rath er than against education it self They also said they sense resentment against the way the Iowa educational system is operated at both the state and local levels But they stressed that he place to seek improvements is the local school board rath er than the legislature Shaff said he has noted dccpset frustration over the increased tax load and some school district reorganizations that have taken place After all its a long step from the little country school to a mod ern educational plant Wiley said there is danger that the educational system may suffer at the hands of the legislature through restrictive laws or unwise costcutting Such efforts he said would be misdirected Frustration w i t h school costs and school management Shaff said was a basic rea son behind several recent leg islative actions He cited these examples 1 The House had before it a strong move to penalise lo cal school districts by reduc ing their state aid if their prr pupil costs wore increased more than a specified percent age each year The plan went down the drain when the House scrapped its omnibus tax increase and school prop erty tax relief bill 2 A Senateapproved bill would make the slate super intendent of public instruc tion elective rather than ap pointive 3 Another Senate passed measure would require de tailed publication of local school budgets before budget hearings arc conducted Only Wiley and Sen Robert Fulton DWatcrloo voted against the school budget pub lication bill which would re quire among other things listing the existing and pro posed salaries of individual teachers and administrators Backers of the bill said it would stir local interest in srliool financial matters But Wiley asked what could be done if such figures show an increase in teachers pay Would you say we cant af ford good ones and so must hire those that arent so good Wiley asked We need to wake up to the fact that teachers are on the move salarywise S h a t f said in an interview They h a v c been underpa id for years People dont uo to col lege anymore just to gradu ate and work at daylaborers pay He warned that a shotgun approach is not the way to get reforms in education teachers solve Shaft said will solve problems only if teachers sal aries are higher than they should be He suggested a study to determine whether pay of Iowa teachers is out of line with other slates Seek woman with powerful handshake WASHINGTON UPIIWash jmgton police are searching for ja vfoot brunette with a fierce handshake Johnny Johnson 5S said the woman entered his dry school cleaning store Friday and school if he had any clothes for sale he said no the woman held out her hand and said I God Mess you Johnson took her hand to shake it and was yanked over the womans shoul IT KT idor aiui scnt ashing into drv He bid the blame tor bur eieamnc machinery The wo geomng school costs upon loan plucked S30 from his pocket eal hoarus and said that is land walked out where taxpayers should turn to improve matters Shaff said he favors outline tvit fnngo courses and frills but conceded there seldom is agreement on what constitutes a frill NEW TAX INDIANAPOLIS Ind ilTn new tax package including a 2 per cent sales tax was ap proved by the Indiana ledsla iture Fridav   

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