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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Tht North lowm Daily Newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Edition PMM ud United MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER It 1K3 OOe Pper Conilttf ot Two No 217 J1 v FK We still live in shadow of war How about the church and taxes Do they have it too easy By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau EDITORS NOTE Mrs Madalyn Murray one of the plaintiffs in a suit that led to the US Supreme Court rul Ing against prescribed prayer Bible reading in schools filed suit on Oct 15 in Mary land against tax exemptions for religious properties Sim ilar suits are threatened in Iowa Kansas Minnesota New York Ohio and Tennessee A woman who was one of the plaintiffsi who succeeded ting the US Supreme Court to rulesout prayers and Bible reading in public schools now is laying for the churches Mrs Madalyn Murray the Baltimore head of Other Amer icans Inc an organization de voted to atheist causesis suing In her own state and a hal dozen others to have courts lifi present tax exemptions on re ligious properties One or more of the cases are certain to climb the appeals gadder to the US Supreme Court The that ruled against prescribed prayer ane prescribed plying 41164 same sort of could very welled tarexemp tion for and other re ligious bodies unconstitutional under the First Amendjnenb v Proposals similar to M Murrays have been emanating recently from the churches themselvesThe Rev Dr Eu genfe Carson BJake chiefad ministrative officer of the Unit ed Presbyterian Church in the XJSA and a former president of the National Council of Churches published a little over four years ago a thoughtful ar ticle in which he noted com plaints some antireligiotw groups to the effect that the ex emption of churches from taxa tion inthe United States had been carried to the point of be ing a slightly concealed form of tax support Pointing oat ttat churches pay no inheritance tax since they do not die that they may own and operate businesses and not pay the 52 per cent corporate income tax and that real estate used for church purposes is tax exempt Dr Blake suggested that is not unreasonable to prophesy that with reasonably Prudent management the Churches ought to be able to control tha whole economy of the nation within the predictable Dr Blake suggested that ehurchea consider repeal of fax exemption on nonchurch bust ness activities contributions ir lieu of taxes to municipal gov ernments for services rendered arid examination of business ac tivities to ensure that they are not unfairly competitive with fully taxed nonreligious busi ness Was Korth asked to quit post WASHINGTON White House and Pentagon have re fused to confirm or deny pub iished reports fhe administra tion requested Secretary of the Navy FredfKorths resignation which was suddenly accepted last Monday An aide to Korth also declined Washington Evening Star reported Friday that Korth had jeen asked to resign attribut ng the report to congressional en of the Dr Blakes article was dorsed by many clergymen all denominations It was subject of several editorials But most church properties re main tax exempt Moreover some churches profitably bake bread buy and sell real estate dabble in the stock market pub lish newspapers rent apart ments and operate hospitals schools and radio and television stations under the broad um brella of tax exemption The Mormon Church for example is active in many of these fields The Pennsylvania Supreme Court in January I960 ruled church parking lots were exempt from property taxes even though no charge was made A federal court in Au gust 1961 ruled that the Chris tian Brothers Winery operated by a Roman Catholic order had to pay almost million in back taxes But these are iso cases that not SPEEDING UP Spunky is the word for Betty Lou Gla ney 16 who is getting faster and faster at typing in Union City tPa An autoaccident paralyzed her right arm but shes up to 35 words a minute with just her in her typ ing class The instructor says shell hit 40 by the end of her senior year She wants to be a secretary comment sources The Star sources insisted administration had nothing to do with the TFX a Texas suit filed in 1961 charg ing fraud There had Lord Home picks To form credit group Would help Iowa industry OTTUMWA 170 Iowa industrialists financial ex ecutives representatives of community development corpo rations and Chamber of Com merce members took the first step Friday toward formation of a statewide development credit corporation i The purpose of the corporation would be to provide privateen terprise financing in the form of equity capital and longterm credit to industrial developers in cases where a business could not obtain sufficient funds lo cally Such credit could be used to purchase property build or ex pand plants or provide operat ing capital The corporation would be fi nanced by salevof stock to indi viduals and business firms and through participation by finan cial institutions Fridays meeting was jointly sponsored by the Iowa Develop ment Commission the Ottumwa AreaDevelopment Corporation 10county eco nomic development agency in southern Iowa v A Development Commission spokesman said approval of the credit by the meeting here probably will be followed by a series of regional meetings and formation of a committee to spearhead the or ganization Establishment of such a cor poration was authorized by the last Iowa or with owa or would be modeled one in Hassa Two of the Massachusetts cor porations officers were on hand been Friday toexplain itsoperations speculation Donald Hurley president of lappy with Secretary of De fense Robert McNamaras de against providing nuclear a new aircraft car power for rier North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fair and warmer Saturday with lows in the mid50s Fair and a little warmer Sunday with highs in upper 70s V Weather en 2 velopment Corporation1 and Robert F Elliott its executive secretary said the corpora ers the past four years Willis Strauss president Northern Natural Gas Co ROCKEFELLER IN NEW Nelson Rockefeller and his wife Happy greeted at the university of New Hampshire are escorted by bharon Powers Bright of New Hampton N H president of the New Hampshire Young Republicans Uub The New York governor is on a twoday visit to the Granite state which holds first presidential pri mary in the nation next March Who will benefit IT sutler was closeted with Home l Whenhe board whether nent mayawaitsome percannot accent annifeatinnc Home had succeeded in winning DES pointment per sons expecting to aid under Iowas program of Medi cal Assistanceto the Aged Marshall Jewell and Mrs IreneM Smith members of the State Board of Social Welfare said Saturday the number of in quiries about theprogram as the anticipated starting time draws near has increased They said smany of those in quiring apparently dont know the requirements for theaid Some who have asked about it wont receive it son or institution providing the care covered by the program on it i c oeeii me quee 222 ML Je no Pay seeher now menfs to the1 recipient cannot accept applications be made to the minut or other perand Tld Tories settle split LONDON Home succeeded Saturday in forming a new Conservative cabinet after morning meeting with the men who had opposed him for post meeting the 60year Id peer who will succeed ailing larold Macmillan drove to Buckingham Palace to report o Queen Elizabeth II There he sissed her hands in the tra ditional act of homage which ieals appointment to the high st political office in the land With his election the former British foreign secretary now faces the task of leading his scandalr p c k e d Coriseryative party into what is expected to be a bitter fight against the Labor tes in a general election that has to be called before No vember 1964 Two of the men who had jlocked Homes immediate ele vation to the premiership Fri day Chancellor of the Ex chequer Reginald Maudling and Deputy Prime Minister Richard A Butler called at No 10 Downing Street the prime min sters official residence short ly after 4 am Butler was closeted with Home winning his and Maudlings support Minutes later Home emergec No comment until have seen the queen I am going to An official announcement aiuiuiujcemen mere will be no payments on from the palace at noon sai5 a regular basis except for nurs ing home care and this has a time limit The program is drawn to help pay medical ex penses as they occur not to pro videgeneral relief The recipient must pay for the first of his medical ex The program is designed topenses each year help needy aged persons avoid financial disaster when medical expenses occur It was enacted by the 1961 legislature and the officials in Kansas week Jewell and City Mrs secretary saw the me tions original in equity General Assembly provided capitalhas been expanded to to match federal funds more than million during to fmance jt the 10 years v Final plans for the program are expected to be sent to fed Hurley said the corporation eral has paid dividends to stockholdnext Smith said If the plan is ap of proved sthere and in Washington the program can be applied to cover qualified expenses in curred this December and after ward Applications for the aid must be made to county social wel of Omaha told the meeting that private enterprise financing could take care of highrisk fi nancial ventures which individu al banks could not handle No MAA financing is author ized for persons receiving state old age pensions for qualifica tkaffor 65 or over in Iowa although residents temporarily out of the state may be eligible single an income of less than a year The queen this morning re ceived in audience the Earl of Home who kissed her hands on his appointment as prime min ister and first lord of the treas ury Inthe meeting with the queen Home was received in the au dience chamber overlooking the sunlit gardens of the palace While they talked a military band played music for a chang ing of in the palace forecourt The repertoire in cluded selections from the American musical Oklahoma Lord Home emerged Lord Home emerged at ten XT A mr minutes past noon smiling CATION HAS 14 new x 1 11 g broadly waved to a scattering of spectators climbed into his car and was driven out through Assails critics Sees rays of hope PRESIDENT KENNEDY Rockford man dies in crash PARKERSBURG Ira Wayne Pierce 54 Rockford area fjm ur was one of two men killed n a twocar collision ona foggy Highway 14 five miles north of ihere Also killed was Bruce Doug as Henderson 19 Humboldt lendersoh anil Pierce were the drivers of the two cars involved in the accident A passenger in the Pierce ear Gordon Rohwedder 20 Rudd was taken to a doctors office n and treated for cuts and bruises Butler County Deputy Sheriff Earth said Henderson a student at State College of Iowa Cedar driving south and ttu Pierce car was going north a the time of the acciderit The highway is straight at place of the accident Barth said but heavy fog covered the area Pierce is survived by his wife a son Wayne and stepson Douglas Peoples air at home Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Sheckler Fu neral Home Nora Springs Inside The Globe DROUGHT STILL plagues country Page 2 ANOTHER BATTLE Civil War history cussed Page 3 m dia as VYC13 Ul IV and living with the palace gates Working girls protest spouse joint income of less than a year The law prohibits MAA fi MAA turn to page 2 CHICAGO AP Plans to play cupid to cadets from two service academies have thrown City Hall and the citys working girls into a bckus that has led to a call for help from the White House The controversy was stirred up initially by two 18yearold secretaries who complained that somebody in City Hall had banned them from attending the big Army Air Force football dance Nov 2 girl friend and I went to City Hall room 610 to apply for being cadets dates like the newspapers said we could Su san Benedetti related A woman secretary or some thing told us Oh Im sorry Didnt you know Its just for college girls Reports of the incident even tually got to Col Jack Reilly aide to Mayor Richard J Daley and chief cupid for the big Saturday night affair He denied working girls were being cut out in the date matching Such poppycock he said trouble is we got three times as many applications as we could possibly need The ones who were turned down are writing to everyone in the world griping On Wednesday Miss Benedet ti and her disappointed girl friend Jeanine DAngelo shot off a letter to the White House complaining they were being rankly discriminated against by City HaU The big ball was planned for about 5000 West Point and Air Force Academy cadets coming for the game Col Reilly unaware of the gathering storm earlier this month checked out his blind date plans with officers from the academies Nothing would please the mayor more than to have 5000 cadets come to the ball he an nounced City Hall we must know who is coming to the affair in ad vance Theres going to be noth ing pickup about this thing We are keeping this on a high level After the officers reported a large number of lower classmen probably would need dates the mayors aide issued a call for 1000 girls with the average age of 18 and a few in the up per bracket of 19 Applicants including Miss Benedetti and her girlfriend flocked to City Hall Col Reilly reported Friday that applications had been ac cepted from working girls and from a large number of young women on lists submitted by deans of local colleges univer sities and nursing schools Mrs William Arnold of Lake Forest who heads the City Hall committee paring the list down to 800 or so said the prospective dates are being checked for height poise intelligence and occupation When he arrived back at No 10 Downing Street Home de clined to answer specific ques tions from newsmen but after opening the door he turned around and said We are going to work to gether to win the next election He waved to a small cheering crowd and smilingly posed for news photographers and tele vision cameras There was no immediate an nouncement of the composition of the new cabinet but news men were told it probably would be forthcoming by Mon day at the latest Find body of Foell in his barn The body of Lloyd Foell 39 who farmed five miles east of Plymouth was found hanging in his barn early Saturday According to Dr Edwin D Kennedy acting medical ex aminer for Cerro Gordo County Foell had been dead just a short time when he was discov ered by a member of his fam ily He is married and has two children The death was ruled a suicide by Dr Kennedy The body was taken to Cham pion Funeral Home in Osage where funeral are incomplete arrangements tronauts Page 3 MAY REMOVE Clear Lake channelizer curves Page 9 Editorials 4 Surveyor 5 Church news Clear Lake 9 Society news loll Sports news 1374 Latest markets 14 Mason City news 1417 Comics 73 Classified pages 2021 North Iowa news 22 ORONO Maine AP Presi dent Kennedy said Saturday we still live in the shadow of war even though there are new rays of hope on the horizon Kennedy flatly predicted that basic American Soviet differ nces will give rise to further rises large and small in the months and years ahead But he said this is no reason 6 halt the search for genuine leace He said Americans hould be satisfied in mind and leart that they are doing every hing possible to a void the ter ors of nuclear war The President assessed East West relations in a major for eign policy address prepared for University of Maine convoca tion v In a sense Kennedyseemed o address himself both to lead ers of the Soviet bloc and to American voters exposed to the oreign policy views of Sen Bar y Goldwater Repeatedly Kennedy defend d recent American Soviet agreements assailed by Gold water the Arizona Republican who may be Kennedys opponent in the 1964 presidential election In flying to New England Kennedy was dogging Goldwat ers footsteps Three days ago thesenator sharply criticized ieg Presidents foreign and do in a soeech at Bostonwhere Kennedy will ad dress a Democratic fundraising dinner tonight in BIS address called attention to the timing of one week before the first anniver sary ofthe grave crisis that fol lowed the discovery of Soviet missiles in Cuba And he said the recent pause n the cold war was achieved by the firmness wedisplayed year ago as well as by our our efforts for de fense over the last two years as well as our efforts for peace Although Kennedy used strong anguage to emphasize the dan inherent in EastWest dif erences his principal theme was more moderate While maintaining our readf ess for war letITS exfiaust ivery avenue of peace Let us ilways make clear both bur villingness to talk if talk will lelp and our readiness to fight f fight we must One thought recurred in Ken nedys text That whatever hap pens in future the United States should not regret recent East West accords described as slight progress on a long jour ney Kennedy said even a Soviet violation of the limited nuclear test ban or a sudden Commu nist bloc refusal to buy Ameri can wheat would provide no reason for regrets Referring to the test ban KENNEDY Please turn to page 2 Neighbors helping neighbors Chest collects 87 per cent The Community Chest total continued to climb as officials reported the total now stands at or per cent of the goal Collections of were reported Friday Five more groups of employes were over the top at the lat est count They are from Birum Olson YWCA Home Insulation Co Surgical Associates and Nichols and Green A big push still is needed to get the drive up to the needed amount Several firms have not reported their collections The deadline for turning in collections is drawing near Chest officials said and they again asked volunteers to turn in any collections they have so that they may be added to total SAMi V   

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