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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 10, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                1 Please do not feed 1 monster Growth is OK Not inflation By JOSEPH R SLEVIN New York HeraldTribmw News Service WASHINGTON The United States is entering a period that will test the governments abil ity to keep the economy grow ing without feeding the monster inflation This is the view of Minnesotan Walter W Heller former chair man of the Council of Econom ics Advisers who resigned in November Price inflation will the main problem over the next five months but a business slowdown will be the chief threat after mid1965 Heller de clared We must discourage exces sive exuberance and then deal with a possible downturn he said It will be a delicate policy problem But Heller quickly made it plain he is confident that in flation can be avoided and that activity can be kept rising I dont have the feeling that there are any unmanageable problem But Heller quickly made it plain he is confident that infla tion can be avoided and that ac tivity can be kept rising I dont have the feeling that there are any unmanageable prob lems he said The lanky economics profes sor was one of President Kenne dys original New Frontiersmen but he became a close adviser of President Johnson after Ken nedy was slain Heller predicted that the com ing inflation test will be the most severe since the current business upturn began in 1961 However he is counting on this countrys builtin defenses to keep inflation in check He stressed that most mate rials and manpower are in good supply that plant capacity is in creasing that businessmen have to meet strenuous competition from American and foreign firms Heller acknowledged that big automobile wage settlements can generate some costpush inflationary pressures There is a danger that the 1965 steel settlement will be too large but you dont have a whole row of dominoes in other industries Heller emphasized He said that steeper wage costs are not likely to push up prices if industry continues to post large productivity gains and if output volume continues to grow rapidly enough to boost business profits I do not want to be misun derstood but it will not be too bad then if the profit per unit is down Heller said When he looks ahead to the second half of 1965 Heller agrees with an overwhemling majority of government business economists who The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 10 1964 llOc a Paper Consists oi Two Associated Frets Full Wlrei No 261 Parks new head of ISU Swearing and clothing Habits changed as nuns worked in factory By PHIL BROWN EAST LANSING Mich AP Some habits had to be changed in more ways than one when two Michigan nuns went to work in a factory For instance The first day we were there something went wrong on a job and one of the men let loose with a loud and candid comment You could al most hear an elbow hitting his ribs said Sister Jean Law rence of the East Lansing area She and Sister Janina of De troit also told in an interview Wednesday how they had to modify the large sleeves on the habits they wore and take some extra material out of the skirls for safety and convenience When we arrived at the plant to start work it was just like dropping a bomb Sister Jean Lawrence recalled Their goingto the Nobis Dec orating Co plant in North Can ton Ohio this summer was the idea of Mother Genevieve su perior at the Dominican moth erhouse in Adrian The company makes colored glass windows Mother Gene vieve asked company owner Rudy Nobis if she could send two nuns to work as appren tices Sure any time Nobis laughed They had not really expected us said Sister Jean Lawrence But they put us to work The two nuns both school teachers began putting together four windows two 18by8fcet and two 15by5 feet for the new Maria Hall for sick and aged nuns at Adrian The men were a little upset by having women invade their private domain especially nuns Sister Jean Lawrence said But after a while they seemed to get used to us When ever one of them would have a minor injury we usually got the job of patching it up since we were the only women in the shop The two were chosen because of their art studies at Sienna Heights College at Adrian to ward a masters degree The factory work earned them de gree credits Sister Janina said the nuns did all their own work except they showed us what to do once and lifted the windows for us She estimated the nuns fitted some 1900 small pieces of reel yellow blue green and other colored glass to fit the pattern for the window designed by Sis ter Joannes arl director ot Sienna Heights Studio Angelica When they left the factory their fellow workers gave them a going away gift of a box of candy Photofax and are predicting that business activity will slow down But Heller finds a bright side for it will give the administra tion a chance to nail down the profound policy change that came with President Kennedys historic June 1962 acceptance of a Heller recommendation that he sponsor a multibilliondollar tax cut to spur the sluggish economy It will be our first chance to apply the newly learned les sons Heller said It will give us an opportunity to consolidate the gains of the last four years Much of the economys cur rent strength is due to the billion tax cut that finally be came law at the end of Febru ary I think the countrys aware of it Heller said That changes the setting for econom ic policy It means that every one is much more receptive Nativity story starts in this issue of Globe An outstanding 10part Christ mas series called Witnesses to the Nativity starts on page 13 WORKING IN FACTORY Sister Jean Law rence a school teacher in East Lansing Mich ar ranges colored glass on a layout as she prepares to make a colored glass window Last summer Sister Jean and Sister Janina of Detroit went to work as apprentices in the Nobis Decorating plant in North Canton Ohio Ward off Reds Yanks direct fire on selves of this Gazette issue of the Globe Witnesses to the Nativity is a series of imaginative mono logues by various forerunners and witnesses to the birth of Jesus Christ The Rev G Ernest Lynch B D of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Indianapolis a fre quent contributor to uewspapers and magazines has produced with taste and inspiration the text of the series Sam Patrick well known for many newspaper series has illustrated esch of the monologues North Iowa Weather outlook BA DUA Viet Nam US Army advisors cornered in a small building by attacking Viet Cong infantry early Thurs day called in air burst artillery right on top of themselves to drive off the enemy This desperate measure caught the Viet Cong in the open only yards from the Americans positions The as sault faltered and lost momen tum as shells screamed in from six Howitzers We hugged our foxholes as that stuff burst 20 feet up in the sky said Capt Harry C Spaulding of Seattle Wash We were underground and they were above it That stopped them in their tracks and turned the tide Spaulding and his three fel low advisors to a Vietnamese battalion guarding Ba Dua were caught in the latest of a series of concerted Viet Cong attacks on government positions The Viet Cong1 have had mixed success But there was little doubt they were thor oughly walloped in Ba Dua a hamlet in Dinh Tuong Province 45 miles southwest of Saigon Six Americans have been killed during hard fighting this week as the Communist guerril las intensified their efforts to take over the country Another American is missing Inside The Globe ELF SPEAKS to pasaersbj Page 21 Editorials 4 Cub Gazette 6 Sports news 1718 North Iowa news 19 Latest markets 20 Mason City news 20211 Society news 222324 Comics 26 Clear Lake news 27 Transit timetable 23 Classified pages 2829 Cheer Fund off to a good start Total so far THE 1964 Christmas Cheer Fund is off to an excellent start The generosity of indi viduals organizations and busi nesses already is evident in the first days report which showed a total of raised This represents an above average response as compared o previous years but about sehind last years record pace As it has done in other years the WaTanYe Club made a contribution setting the pattern or service clubs in the com munity CroninDexter Auxiliary the East State Street Club Button lub and the Iowa State Police mens Auxiliary traditional irstday givers again are in he list The Mason City Board of Realtors and the Mason City Typographical Union also are represented The GlobeGazette is in the ead too since the Cheer Fund was started 40 years ago by the ate publisher Lee P Loomis Further evidence of this will be shown when the various depart ments of the newspaper pass he hat The funds raised go immed ately to the office of Family Service Inc in the First Nation al Bank Building Miss Doris Bruce executive secretary and Mrs F S Jacobson her as sistant already are preparing for the distribution of food and gifts to the communitys needy The Cheer Fund is one in WINTER though North Iowa parks arent the most comfortable spots during the winter sea son they do offer area resi dents a cold beauty which is difficult to match This scene shows water racing from the spillway at the Floyd County Conservation Park at Nora Springs Started as a commu nity project by Nora Springs residents several years ago the on the Shell Rock River at the north west edge of be come one of North Iowas most popular recreation sites Thc winter beauty of this scene can be found duplicated along many of the streams and rivers in North if a person is hardy enough to battle the snow and low tem peratures to get them Switch legal tactics in Mississippi slaying case which all can participate Giftsjmer slaying of three civil rights large and small can he sent to MERIDIAN Miss before a U S commis Justice Department suddenly switched tactics Thursday and announced it would go directly to a federal grand jury with its case against 21 white men in connection with the midsum CHRISTMAS CHEER GlobeGazette Box 271 Mason City Iowa 50402 19SI CHEER FUND OOAL JSOflflW workers The move came after the gov ernment was blocked in its ef forts to give testimony about an alleged confession from one of the men during a preliminary lhe murders Busy Bee Club Clear Lake I CronlnDexter Auxiliary Club Thorn ton Slate Policemen Ann Auxiliary Unit 1H The rations GlobeGazelle Co MirI RNR sioncr As a result of the swift legal moves the charges against the men were dismissed We will simply not produce any more evidence said Rob ert Owen of fusticc Dcpart inent at a preliminary hearing after the commissioner ruled out FBI testimony aboqt an al leged confession by one of the men charged in connection with TJJ KEB fity Button Club WaTanVe Club Three Vaunt Gals II Ebee East State Street Club Majnn Ciljr Board of Real tors The McDonalds JustaCluh Fertile PEO Chapter IH Mason Cltr Asm or Medi cal Assistants Mason City Typographic Union IIH FIRST DAVS TOTAL STIII NEEDED GIVING DAYS LEFT We ask that a grand jury be as soon as possible said to Commissioner called Owen Esther Carter immediately fol lowing a Ions luncheon recess Miss Carter reaffirmed her ruling that testimony from an FBI agent about a written state ment from Horace Doyle Bar nettc was inadmissible at the hearing Purpose of the hearing was aimed at siving the government opportunity to show sufficient evidence to justify holding Bar nctte and 20 other men f o r grand jury action in the case Thc 21 men were arrested last Friday The FBI charged 19 with conspiracy to deprive the slain trio of their federal rights The other two were charged with conspiracy Miss Carter ordered the dismissed following Owens statement FBI Agent Henry Rask of At anta vas permitted only to tes tify that he had obtained a signed confession from Bar nctte who was charged in a federal complaint with conspir ing to violate the civil rights of two white New Yorkers and a Negro from Meridian In view of your ruling Owen told Miss Carter and since we were prepared to use this agents testimony and in view of the fact that we feel thi1 ruling is wrong we will simply not produce any more evi dence Then defense lawyers moved Aug 4 The discovery ended a 4day search Only the stale can file a mur der charge It has made no move to do so Succeeds James Hilton Yearly salary to be DES M01NES Rob ert Parks vice president for academic affairs at Iowa State University Thursday was ap pointed president of ISU effec tive July 1 1965 The action came on a unani mous vote by the Slate Board of Regents Parks 49 will succeed Dr James H Hilton president of the university since 1953 lie will receive 530000 a year the same salary as Hilton Parks now received S25000 an nually Before becoming vice presi dent Parks was dean of in struction for three years Maurice Crabbe of Eagle Grove a member o the board made the motion that Parks be appointed Hiltons successor Wilbur C Molison of Grinncll an Iowa State graduate second ed the motion Alfred Noehren of Spencer board president said the re gents were pleased that they could talk Parks into taking the job Molison said tlie committee appointed to find a replacement for Hilton who must step down next year after reaching retire ment age of 65 looked over the entire field and knew that Parks was the best man avail able Parks who sat in the boards proceeding said he was grati fied with the regents vote of confidence in him As vice president for academ ic affairs Parks coordinated and administered the universi tys academic program and is personnel officer for Iowa State Parks was graduated from Bcra College in Kentucky in 1937 received a masters de gree from the University of Kentucky the next year and in 1948 was presented a Ph D from the University of Wiscon sin All his degrees were in po litical science with a minor in economics He joined the Iowa State fac ulty in 1948 Those charged include Nesho ha County Sheriff Lawrence Kaincy 41 of Philadelphia and his deputy Cecil Price 2ii Killed were Michael Schwer ner 24 and Andrew Goodman 20 both white New Yorkers anc James Chancy 21 a Meridian Negro Titan in orbit flight is good CAPE KENNEDY Fla for clismlssaT of Thc Titan 3A mlilary space rocket hurled its first stage into orbit Thursday as a space aunching platform After one circuit of the earth it was to aunch a dummy satellite Thc Air Porcc announced more than an hour after launch ng that the stage had achieved a successful orbit and was per forming as planned County applies for food stamp plan Cloudy with rain Thursday night ending Friday forenoon Warmer Thursday night lows J540 Warmer extrtmt east Friday hiohs 3745 The board of supervisors Tuesday took the first step to ward establishing a food stamp program for Cerro Gonio County Application for admission in no problems in setting up the program He expects a speedy reply on the application in light of the administrations attitude on poverty measures If the county is accepted stamps could be traded for a relief order on the aver age The stamps could not be used to buy products identified as being imported alcoholic the US Department of Agri culture in Washington DC If accepted it is believed this would be one of the first counties in the state with such a program Supervisor JC Dickinson Weather on Page 2 rural Mason City said he sees to the program was made with for the stamp program needy beverages or tobacco T T C rvi A f o nt il III I t families will be able to buy the food stamps with the same proportion of their income they would normally spend for food The stamps could be spent at the corner grocery for almost any food item Ten dollars worth of food Dickinson said the stamp plan should quiet talk about the adoption of a surplus com modities program for the county The board has been under pressure from the Cerro Goir do County Federation of La bor to adopt a surplus foori program Supervisors feel thai program would present too many problems mainly in the area of administration Certification of applicants under the stamp plan would be by state welfare agents They also wouldbe respon sible for the sale and issu ance of lhe stamps Dickinson said the county office of the Stale Department of fiocial Welfare might be required la hire at least one additional employe to handle the stamp program Thc supervisor said reac tion of members of the county welfare board toward the stamp plan has been favor able He said the application had been delayed until super visors knew the sentiments of the welfare board Dickinson who made the motion to make application said lie does not know how long it will be before the pro gram is operational and release from bond of the 19 men I will have to sustain your motion Miss Carter said Thc defendants are discharged There was no immediate in dication when a federal grand jury would be called Rask had sought to introduce the alleged confession shortly after the hearing commenced at 10 am Ho did not describe its contents As the hearing got under way at the federal courthouse here dozen policemen surrounded the stone Post Office building Approximately 200 p e r s o n s watched quietly from across the street as the accused men and heir lawyers filed into the court icuse Others packed the small second floor courtroom Many were farmers in their work clothes Purpose of the hearing was to allow the Justice Department to show probable cause for grand jury action on charges fried in what the FBI calls a Ku Klux Klan plot Barnettcs move to Northwest Louisiana came three days after Ihc bodies of the three slain workers were found in a red clay dam near Philadelphia on as a professor of government a teaching posi ion he held until 1956 From 1940 to 1948 he served in a re search and administrative capa city with the Bureau of AgricuU ural Economics in Washins lon DC with the exception of time out for service in the Navy during World War H He also has been a consultant to thr secretary of interior for the Tennessee Valley Authority In the threeyear period of 195658 Parks was a professor of agricultural economics at the University of Wisconsin where he also was chairman of graduate training in the nation al extension center or ad vanced study In addition to his contribu tions to literature on higher education Parks is the author Soil Conservation Action published of a book Districts in in 1952 a contributor to sever al other books and is the au PARKS Continued on Page 2 AP Photofax RINGO OUT Rinjro Starr drummer of the Reatles is escorted through crowd outside University College Hospital in London fully recovered from a tonsilecfomy eight days ago His pronouncement of his fitness to 50 admiring girls drew an ecstatic gap   

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