Saturday, December 7, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1963, Mason City, Iowa ntwspoptr that mok f oil North lowans ntighb ors MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECfMftiR 7 IH3 He Ptper erf Two OM him of r Home Edition 25f busy day Unscheduled talks likely Pres ident Johnson was free of an nounced appointments Saturday he wmnJ of work Johnson planned to spend much of the day in his White seeing staff aides and other advisers cleaningup correspondence and making the which he favors fas a means of getting thinks done Personal effects of thVjohn son family were being moved into the executive mansipn However it was understood the Johnsons would not moye into the White House probably not before Monday t Mr Jacqueline Kennedy and her ctwp children Caroline 6 and John Jr 3 moved from the WHiteyHbuje Friday to the Georgetown home they Jhave borrowed from Undersecretary of State and Mrs W Avefell Haniman Johnson did not return to his own home in the Spring Valley section until after 8 full day of business at the White House was followed by a relaxing halfhour in the heated swimming pool l close by the oval presidential office Johnson has been swimming almost ev ery evening at the end of the workday EarlierJiKnsen two surprise f announcements at a White House ceremony A honor ing31 distinguished men and women who bad r been awarded the Presidential Medal of Free by the late President Johnson the affair slain Nov 22 and on Pope John XXIII who died last1 June fc the wm fly4toNew Yorlc tend bert Hlrehman cratic 4 5and 1v senator from the Empire Statev3ohnson planned to return to Washington immediately after the service Kennedy had selected Lehman as a winner of the Medal of Freedom but the veteran po litical leader died Thursday as he was preparing to leave New York for Washington for the presentation ceremony Tight guard on Johnson in NiYtrip NEW YORK OB Police and the Secret Service haveset up one of jthev tightest security plans in the cityshistory for President Johnsons visit to New YorkSunday The President will attend the funeral of former H Lehman in Manhattan Police refused to disclose the routes the 12car motorcade will follow Inside The Globe MURDER PROBERS ask power from Congress Fill all the empty stockings i i t i This isa picture that tells the story of a thousand It isapicture of something that must never thappen i FOTthe39th consecutive year the GlobeTUazette announces the opening of its ChristmasCheer Fund jv generosity of our readers the fund will make sure this it has every year since no young ster here will weep over an empty stocking You give the money and well pitch in too Family Service Inc which adminis ters the Cheer Fund will the work Despite general good times many chil dren face a dreary holiday season Young Kt Ray succeeds sters without parents or whose parents can not afford the extra expense of even one Christmas present because of bad luck or sickness will be the recipients Family Service Inc verifies the need in each case In the next issue of the GlobeGazette the goal of the Cheer Fund will be given The gifts will be announced each day there after Send yourgiftto CH1RISTMAS CHEER GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa 50401 DBS MOINES Ray session to try anew to reappbr 34 Des Homes attorney was tion the legislature Leo Sweesy Mason City third districtchairman for Iowa Republicans had been one of those mentioned as a possible successor to Nagle ANOTHER story in Civil War history i Page 3 fdfforiaU 4 5 Church news i7 Clear Lain 9 Sedety 1011 Nertfi 12 news 1314 15 Latest markets Maten City news 1417 Transit timetable 20 CUtstfied pages 2021 North Iowa Weather outlook CeMer Saturday with snew flurries and strene northwest erly Saturday in and ntejne Sw Weather details en 2 hosen state chairman Saturday at a meeting ofthe Republican tate Central Committee The selection was made in a losedi session GOP National Comraitteeman Charles Witten said Ray was unopposed and was elected unanimously v I Ray 5th bistrict committee man succeeds George Nagle of pwa who resigned effec ive Saturday v Wittenmeyer said i also that irnest Hayes of Mount Pleas nt agreed to continue asRe jublican f i n a n c e chairman layes had been mentioned ear lier as a possible candidate for tate chairman but helater aid he would support Ray The committee also heard a plea that it request a special Sweesy has chairman since viously has been Ceriro Gordo 7 t r chairman he is a memlJer of the State Central Committee which chooses the been district 1961 and Rep Leonard Andersen R Sioux had his own plan of reapportiohment as a substitute for the Shaff Plan defeated de cisively by the voters in a spe cial election last Tuesday An wdves executive secretary ofthe GOP State Committee An dersen SiaidRepublicans should ask Democratic Gov Harold Hujghes to caU a special session on re apportionment as soon as a threeiudge federal panel set up guide lines to be followed in realigning seats in the legisla ture L v Andersens plan called 1 A 50member Senate elect ed from districts of two coun I WASHINGTON yearold John F Kennedy Jr carried ari American flag on a stick into his hew Georgetown horned Hestpod with his mother Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy in a sec ondfloor bedroom window and waved to neighbors arid passers by gathered across the Thus the Kennedys kft the WKite House Friday andbegan a new life back on N the street they left to enter the executive mansion a resi dence turned over to them by Undersecretary of State and Mrs W Averell Harriman Late Friday night Secret Service men prowled about the tnreestory brick house keeping Watch After the isorfbw of the two weeks since President Kennedy was assassinated Mrs Kennedy and the children John and 6 yesirold Caroline seemed caught up in the excitement of The family brought with them from the White House familiar and personal items like Caro lines twowheeled bicycle ami a big box marked John Jr Toys a bulging briefcase with the ini tials JFK Shafl iPlin equal in population as possible and formed insofaras practica ble without crossing c o u n t y lines On the basis of Iowas 1960 population this would pro vide a representative for rough ly every 25000 people 3 A bipartisan redistricting cpmmissipri similar to that pro vided under the Shaff Plan to initiate reapportionment action after the federal census each decade starting in 1970 The Iowa Supreme Court would draw the lines of the original population districts if the con There was a sad stitutional amendment to imple Tax ment the plan could be adopted prior to 1970 ompson is ustled off to Stillwdte r Killed wife for insurance MINNEAPOLIS Minn UPI Deputies hustled Eugene Thompson off to prison day to start a life sentence at hard labor for masterminding the slaying of his wife for more than million insurance Authoritiesapparently hoped to get the suave 35yearold Thompson behind bars at Still water State Prison before his lawyers can file an appeal which will be Monday at the earliest f ivjA Hennepin County said ir was the usual practice move a prisoner convicted of murder to the state prison as soon as possible after a jurys Thus will change 8 highpriced suits for prison found Thim guilty to have his wife Carol mur dered v And iniso doing ing 7 andi already hlgKpaying into ruin for jatleasl 17years and when he will be eligible for pa rble4unlessvthe appealshould upsettiieverdict T 1jbruhette para mour MrsJacqueline Olesen 7 opened the door of her apartment only far enoughto tell reporters they would have to see her attorney for any statement Thompsons four children Jeffrey 14 Patricia 12 Mar jorie 10 and Amy 7 appar ently will go to live with his sister and her husband Mr and MrsFreeman Gesche on a 700 farm near Blue Earth 2 A 108member House elecfm insurance Thompson had ed from districts as nearly Purcnased on bis wife Minnesota has no death pen The state contended Thomp son worked through Norman THOMPSON Please turn to page 2 SAME 7 T JJJL UJUC rjil Oil gree in the slayirig of wif e is escorted to Henne pin County jail just the jury returned fhe verdict The jury of six men and six wome liberated just pyer12 hours ix fl talks with newsmen andtells of the jury delibera tion mthe T Eugene Thompson murder trial after they returned a guilty verdict against the StPaul lawyer rial todtead in Dec7 attack PEARL HARBOR AP In formal ceremonies were to be held Saturday on the gleaming white memorial which marks the battleship at DES MOINES The Iowa Taxpayers Association says any increase in state gov ernment s p e n d i n gt in Iowa should be limited to new reve nue produced by economic growth in the state In a policy statement adopted at its annual convention Friday the association said economic growth is generating enough money to meet foreseeable state government requirements with out tax increases Iowas greatest need the as sociation said is more jobpro ducing industry to retain in the younf people who have gone through Iowas tax sup ported educational system s economic It said the tax system now existing at the state level is conducive to industrial and busi ness expansion but the continu ingj rise in local property tax levjeshurts industrial develop ment prospects in many com munities The challengete the policy statement said to find a way to local property tax relief with out endangering the state tax structure Iowa now has that is so favorable for industrial It said this can be done by slowing down local government spending speeding the broaden ing of the property tax base and shifting more of local fbv ernment costs to some nonprop erty tax source with controls so that property taxes will actually be replaced The association opposed a withholding system for collec tion of state income taxes but called for use of data processing equipment for aggressive col lection of income taxes It also opposed the pending federal income tax reduction bill The association1 said the measure as passed by the House only gives lip service to true rate reform and contains no control device for limiting future spending to avoid vdeficits State Comptroller Marvin Sel den told the association ways must be found to do routine work more efficiently reducing administrative costs without cutting services He said a with holding system for collecting state income taxes would be most useful Speaker of the House Robert Naden RWebster City accused Democratic Gov Harold Hughes complicated the 1963 legisla tures effort to pass a property tax relief bill with a growing list of requirements in order to receive his support for such legislation Naden added that most of Hughes recommendations for property tax relief would have put more of the burden on busi ness agriculture and industry Lt Gov William Mooty R Grundy Center disagreed with Seldens estimate that the state general fund balance will be about million at the end of the present biennium June 30 1965 He saift he thinks the bal ance will be at least to million The association reelected all its officers They are Walter Cochran Waterloo president Murray Nelson Newton vice president Harold Ranes Des Moines and Ray Ed wards Des Moines secretary its Pearl Harbor berth Dec 7 tntt W 1941 Although no official Navy cer emonies were planned the Navy here customarily salutes the countrys war dead each Memo rial Day Hundreds of persons usually ride out to the memorial Wreaths are placed on the mon ument and flower garlands tossed on the quiet harbor wa ters in tributes to the memory of the 2300 soldiers sailors Ma rines and civilians who died 22 years ago today For the first time since the end of World War II the flag which flies above the Arizona is at halfmast It salutes the mem ory of another dead US Navy veteran who served as a lieu tenant in the Pacific campaign John F Kennedy The Arizona which on a clear day can clearly be seen beneath the blue tranquil waters of Pearl Harbor is the symbol of the 1941 attack which plunged the United States into war with Japan