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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                A salute to our moms Its a fun contest for the entire family Ur TLt 1 By MARTY RICKARD GlobeGazette Wire Editor Since Sunday is Mothers Day we thought our readers might enjoy helping us play a little game dedicated to the dear mothers everywhere Our alert staff photographer Jo Moore has been noticing Mason Citys motherdaughter look alikes for some time Miss Moore selected the group which appears on this page as subjects for a Salute Mom game To participate all you must do is match the mother and daughter We wouldnt set you to the task without at least one small hint however The mothers are in the column on the right and the chil dren are in the one on the left Go ahead and draw lines from one picture to the other if you wish but first please read all the good news in between Be sure to let the whole family take part in the decisions When finished turn to page three and find the correct answers listed there Scoring If you had none matched correctly you probably have defective eyesight and should consult your doctor If you matched two you fall into the fairly ob servant class and would make an average private eye Four right answers puts you on a par with Sher lock Holmes And he was pretty sharp If you got all the mothers and children matched correctly you were probably at the Mason City Pub lic Library when Miss Moore snapped the pictures No matter how you did you get an big kiss from mom While youre collecting your prize tell her for all of us here at the GlobeGazette MOTHERS DAY Try for cut in US tax Group includes Henry Ford II HOT SPRINGS Va Business Committee for Tax Re duction in 1963 met here Saturday o consider raising more money to seat the drums for a tax cut The committee organized last month by a group including Hen ry Ford II board chairman of rord Motor Co is inviting some 1500 businessmen to enroll and contribute up to each A spokesman said the groups LOmember executive committee would decide whether to enlarge ts budget set tentatively at 000 in order to mount a broader promotion effort built mainly around newspaper and magazine advertising The meeting was scheduled be ween sessions of the Business Council the organization of 165 corporation heads and financial eaders which is winding up a closed twoday session here There is no official link between he Ford group and the Business Council a continuing organization which offers advisory and re search assistance to federal agen cies without taking any formal position on public issues But it was clear that a great majority of council members sup port the goal of the Ford Enactmentthis year ofa lion tax cu as a stimulus to eco nomic growth Both Ford and his cochairman Stuart T Saunders president o the Norfolk Western Railroad are members of the Business Council and at least 20 prom inent members of the latter group have joined the tax reduction committee These include Council Chair man Frederick R Kappel board chairman of American Telephone Telegraph Co and his prede cessor as council chairman Roger M Blough board chairman o United States Steel Corp At its closing dinner session Sat urday night the Business Counci nomination Gov William W Scranton of Pennsylvania Earlier Saturday the counci heard from Gen Lucius D Clay senior partner of the Lehman adviser on foreign aid and Chris tian A Herter P r e s i d e n T i uuuvj in ULJ Mi C V Kennedys special envoy for trade longest in Iowa history negotiations SAME The newspaper that makes all North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA MAY n iwa VOL iw NO Worst Hugh yet on Ic DES MOINES tax ill passed by the Iowa Senate will raise the tax on milk and shoes for our children but not the tax on new Cadillacs Gov Har old Hughes said Saturday The bill will provide tax re lief for the business corporation and the corporation farm at the expense of the homeowner and the small farmer he said But the most objectionable part of this bill he said in a jroadcast prepared for the Tall Corn radio system is the fact that Republican legislators are considering an increase in several state taxes while refusing to pass legislation that would allow us to get more revenue out of our exist ing taxes Hughes said he believes the legislatures failure to go along with his recommendation of a withholding system for state in come tax payments is because they fear that a Democratic gov ernor will get some credit for it I have endeavored to com promise with the Republican Gen eral Assembly on tax issues but I have been rebuffed at every turn he said I think it is only fair to warn Republican legisla tors I have just about exhausted my patience Hughes said Republican legis lators have the attitude that it is better to tolerate a system und er which we raise the taxes of honest people and let the tax evader go free than to pass a withholding systefc for which a Democrat might get some cre dit Tax debate set for Monday DES MOINES UP The Iowa Legislatures thorniest money problem finding revenue for property tax reliefremains to be solved as it drives to wind up its longest session ever The House swings Monday into its second tussle over a tax bill on which it argued for o oiimA IVJi JJ1V tary tribunal Saturday sentenced littleboy Wynne told the three ormer Soviet official Oleg tribunal that I eight days in midApril It has all the earmarks of ivuvaivj IU UCdUI IUr CSplOnagC tv His British codefendant Greville many hapPv returns bringing on as much blood and thunder as the second Battle ii i i t t i i tuc secunu rsauie will get its furst formal mtroOf Bull Run during the Civil duction to a dark horse possibility War for the Republican presidentia The impending fight cast a cloud of doubt on predictions by legislative leaders that the session will end next Friday or Saturday When the lawmakers return vAivr iarr i ClUrU Brothers investment banking Monday will mark the 120th house and special presidential day of the 1963 session mak ing it two days longer than the 1961 the workworn home are Also to be settled before the legislators can go several major ap propriations bills but these are fairly well set ONE MANS STORY LONDON London wine merchant said Saturday he recently asked a group of celebrities whether they pre ferred wine women or song He said actor Richard Burton favored song military court after trial Wynnes sentence was broken down to consist of three years in prison and the remainder in a cor rective labor camp Penkovsky was stripped of all fiis medals colonels rank and World War II decorations Wynne a British businessman for whom the prosecution had asked a 10year term had asked the court for clemency saying it was the llth birthday of his son Andrew News in a nutshell PHOM OUR WIRE SERVICES No China Aarms indicated TOKYO Communist China announced Satiu day it had clamped absolute party control over its armed forces in new regulations which appeared to indicate it does not yet have nuclear weapons Pledges to hold elections TAEGU South Korea Gen Chung Hee Park chairman of South Koreas ruling military junta pledged Saturday to hold general elections this fall to restore civil rule Uncover assassination plot SAIGON South Viet Nam The Cambodian government said Saturday it had uncovered an un successful plot to kill Red Chinese President Liu Shaochi and the Cambodian chief of state Prince Norodom Sihanouk This is politics at its worst he said and is the sort of poi tics that has retarded Iowas de velopment in the past and that is preventing Iowa from realizing its great potential Hughes praised the liquor by the drink bill passed by the legis lature But he criticized the legis lators for what he called their failure to debate issuessuch as home rule for cities and towns abolishment of the death penalty and the banning of billboard along interstate highways MOSCOW Soviet mili tovsky to death for espionage am not with him to wish him Wynne got an eightyear prison erm I ask you to remember my son my wife and my aged father The two were convicted by a I very much want my aged father Dam breaks at Nashua NASHUA TAP W ith clear weather predicted only lowland flooding was expected Saturday on the Cedar River in northeast Iowa swollen by tons of water from Turtle Lake which poured through a breach in a dam The lake a large body of water backed up from the Cedar River dam here became only a muddy marsh when one end of the dam crumbled Friday The break fol lowed a fiveinch rainfall but the cause was not determined The Little Brown Church in the Vale where many couples from around the country were married is only a couple of miles from Nashua It was not affected and no homes in Nashua were report cd flooded Bitar resigns from Syria post DAMASCUS Syria tf Syrias National Revolutionary Council announced Saturday it had accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Salah Bitar and appointed Dr S a m i Jundi to form new government It will be such a shock for my a fiveday to see me but in England iVynne added in concluding his 10minute plea for mercy behind losed doors The prosecution Friday de nanded 10 years in prison for Wynne and execution for Penkov ky also charged with passing Soviet secrets to Washington and London Both are 44 The court agreed to hear llth nour appeals from the pair before handing down the verdicts The public was barred from the courtroom but Wynnes words were reported to Western news men later by the businessmans Soviet lawyer Nikolai Borovik Wynne was arrested last No vember while on a trip through the Soviet bloc He was accused of helping Penkovsky pass secrets to the West North Iowa Cloudy occasiona rain and warmer Saturda and Sunday Low Saturday i 40s High Sunday in 60s Iowa Cloudiness warmer Sat urday and Sunday Occasion al rain Sunday Low Saturda in 40s High Sunday in th 70s Minnesota Occasional ligh rain and warm Sunday Hig Sunday in 60s GlobeGazette weather data u to 8 am Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset 56 42 43 Racial accord reached Birmingham seems quiet BIRMINGHAM Ala AP Jubilant Negro integration leaders mapped plans Saturday for a voter registration drive on the icels of what they considered an overwhelming victory in Birming hams sixweeklong integration ef fort City officials however scoffed at a biracial citizens committee agreement on proposals to end the conflict which has seen more than 2000 Negroes arrested and fire hoses and police dogs brought into play to control seething throngs o Negro demonstrators Integration forces led by Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr of kept the city vsr tually under siege since April 3 As the Negroes began gathering volunteers for a doortodoor regis tration campaign city leaders were adamant in their statements that the agreement was not bind ing on them Staunch segregationist Police Commissioner Eugene Connor who directed the arrests and re pulsed the crowds said the agree ment was the lyingest facesav ing statement that ever was is sued Weve Iktod tkkad them good he declared Connor however said he would not interfere if businessmen wished to integrate their lunch of the key points King said was agreed upon by the group King said the agreement pro vided 1 Desegregation of lunch coun ters rest rooms fitting rooms and drinking fountains in down stages town stores in planned within the next 90 days 2 The upgrading and hiring o Negroes on a nondiscriminatory basis including the hiring of Ne groes as clerks and salesmen withinthe next j50 days 3 Arrangements for the release of all persons arrested during racial demonstrations on bond or personal recognizance 4 Communications between Ne groes and white persons to be reestablished within the next two weeks Canada US agree on defense issues HYANNIS PORT Mass nuclear defense President Kennedy and Prime Minister Lester B Pearson of Canada held the final formal meeting of their twoday confer ence Saturday and promised an early pronouncement on the sticky The President and Pearson be 5an their windup conference a 10 am at Kennedys oceanfrbn xme Agreement on a formal com munique which will deal with the defense issue was one of the las items of business for the two lead ers This 4yearold problem a ma ior issue in the Canadian election that boosted Pearson to power las month was discussed by the Presi dent and the prime minister dur ing more than four hours of talks Friday Ptwtofax READY FOR FLIGHT Astronaut Gordon Cooper looks out of his space helmet during preparation in Cape Canaveral Fla for his roundtheworld the most extensive ever planned for an American On Tuesday Cooper is slated to rocket into space on an intended 22orbit mission lasting 34 hours 19 minutes t X V i X r In addition both leaders an nounced at an impromptu press conference Friday night that progress had been made on six other major questions of mutual interest to their neighboring coun tries The touchy defense issue hinges around a proposal to provide Americancontrolled nuclear war heads for two Bomarc missile bases in Canada The KennedyPearson talks got under way at the Presidents sum mer home in this Cape Cod com munily less than 90 minutesafter the two men arrived to the mar tial music of a military band at nearby Otis Air Force We didnt waste any time get ting to our discussion Pearson said 3s   

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