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Atlantic News Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Atlantic, Iowa Prie imitation tiv real or May a May total to data -3.11 -2.27 Yaar t Normal in Lnclmi-31.7f Taal to data last Yaar a Yaar a Taal to data -�.12 today s prism run �,7n vol. 92, no. 81 met Nizic temperatures High Yaar ago today a High saturday 74 High sunday 64 Low last night 35 noon today �7 w Atlantic Iowa monday May 20, 1963 eight Page legislature fails to adopt tax plan diplomats arrive in Ottawa amid bomb threats Ottawa a terrorist threat to bomb Ottawa hotels brought increased Security pre cautions today As top ran link diplomats continued arriving in the Canadian capital for the minister Ial meeting of the North Atlantic treaty organization. Among those due in today were . Secretary of state Dean Rusk British foreign Secretary i it list re Home and French foreign Minia Teer Mairice Corva de Mur Ville. The meeting begins wednesday. A member of hotels received Anonymous letter during the weekend saying hotels housing nato delegates would be blown up. To was assumed the threats a Ante from tie Fly Quebec liberation front the underground group that wants to separate French repeal dog Quebec province Livim Canada. Hie Fly has claimed credit for a number of bombings in the past few months in Montreal. So far its violence has Baen confined to Quebec province. Ottawa in in Ontario and most of die province s people Are 4 British descent. Re and Many of the nato mini Alers will a housed at their a Nib Amiga. West Gec nun of rain minister Gerriard Schroeder arranged a meeting with Canadian foreign Secretary Paul Mart for this morning. The German made Clear that a will Baric the proposal to aet up a new nato con mind in ictus to handle Natkal no Eltar wite m the Abiano and to a Oor Dimla Lii air operations. Quot Gati Smiy a vat Iris Tite re Toimi in of a fit of he Alliance s Nudare Amity under Diecuch it Mii Quot we believe that Tui Rii pm Wintion will mean pro Fra in and lib the difficult task a i maw Atra tag Quot Ruil is to so Martin i Maday he aka will of onto with other Dele Stea in Advance of the nato Mee liw. Diplomat to urges said there is Mettle doubt that tia m nato Saint Rise will approve my new nuclear command. Sixth vehicle Check Norman Rasmussen clerk at the Highway patrol office Here is pictured having his vehicle inspected by Garald Harris co chairman of the Jaycee vehicle Check project. Rasmussen s car has been through six safety checks and has passed each time. All of the safety stickers Are still on the windows. Common Market countries agree to Tariff Cut scooper Cape canaveral Fla. A with two Days of examinations quest Mats and confetti behind him. Astronaut Gordon per planned to do resolutely nothing today except relax. That s something that comes easy to a Man who can doze off while perched atop a rocket set to blast him into space. Asked at a news conference sunday if he thought his flight concluded pro Jet Mercury. Cooper replied that it was his personal opinion that great gain would come from an extended Mercury flight. Then he tossed the question to or. Robert c. Seamans associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration. Quot we Are faced with a decision in the next week or so on another local property tax Relief unsettled i Des Moines a the i96s legislature focus Down in history As the session that legalized liquor by the drink in Iowa for the first time in 47 years but failed to find a formula for local property tax Relief. Final defeat of the property tax Relief Bill on the Day of the a session left the state sales tax Chicago map the nation s it. It 2 per cent for the next climate 1.800,000 wheat Farmers Jaq yers and May have set up wheat vote scheduled tuesday Stock Exchange not immune in anti Trust Case Washington a tie supreme court ruled today that the Sec wities Exchange act does not give the new York Stock Exchange immunity from antitrust Laws. Justice Goldberg delivering the Lister Ludwig Erhard claimed Cre Geneva a the european common Market countries agreed today to american demands for a Ross the Board Tariff cuts. This apparent reversal of to Sitka was aimed at ending the deadlock Between the world s two greatest trading blocs. But at the same time the six Eun wan countries demanded that in return the United stat a agree to an automatic formula for adjusting Gai Between i american tariffs and lower european ones. West German economics min Aloha Gordo astronaut l. Gordon Cooper receives a hero s Welcome at Hickam air Force base in Honolulu where he was greeted by his wife Center and daughter Camala right and treated to a dizzy whirl of receptions civic honors and speeches during a seven and one half hour stay in his adopted state of Hawaii. Mercury flight Quot Seamans said. He returned to Cape canaveral sunday for a press conference but said it is quite unlikely an-1 a two hour medical interrogation by Nasa physicians and a other Mercury manned Missim rousing Welcome by thousands of residents and visitors in the capacity crowd at dedication of Church St. Paul s lutheran Church was filled to overflowing sunday morning for the dedicatory service at the new edifice thirteenth and Cherry streets and More than 500 attended the thanksgiving service in the afternoon. The Rev. R. L. Christen sen pastor of the Church conducted the morning worship and or. H. W. Siefkes Mason City president of the Iowa District of the american lutheran Church gave the dedicatory Sermon and Par formed the act of dedication. About �25 attended the dedication in the morning. Guests who were Here for the service had a noon luncheon at hotel Whitney. The Rev. C. M. Videbeck pastor of Salem lutheran i linux a Brooklyn n. Y., was the speaker at the thanksgiving service in the afternoon. He was pastor of St. Paul s lutheran Church when the building Campaign was launched and when the new edifice was started last year. In his Sermon Rev. Or. Videbeck told of the new Church and its meaning to the Community. Here for the afternoon service were the Rev. Eugene Wekander of Elk Horn president of the Elk Horn conference of the Church and the Rev. Clifford Burrack of Fontanelle president of the pastors of the Elk Horn conference. Also Here for the dedication so Gram were the Rev. Clifford Ichelson and family who will return to their Mission at Garoupa Boulai Cameroun West Africa june 7 under sponsorship of St. Paul s lutheran. In the evening Rev. Or. Michael sen spoke at a supper served by the couples club at the Church. The new Church will be open to visitors next sunday afternoon at an open House gathering from 2 to 5. Court s majority opinion said Quot the antitrust Laws Are peculiarly appropriate As a Check upon ant competitive acts of exchanges which conflict with their duty to keep their operations and those of their members honest and at the same time Gomberg Sau it was Clear that there must be some Meu Iod of telling a protesting nonmember of the Exchange Why a Rule is being invoked and allowing him to reply in explanation of his Twe dissenters Justice Stewart dissented with an opinion in which Justice har in joined taking the court s vote 7-2. Stewart said the court s answer to the problem Quot is both unsatisfactory and Stewart protected that he thought the court erred in using the antitrust Laws Quot to serve ends Fiat they were never intended to server to enforce the court s con Dit for the new proposal which he Sam he thought would end the dead my with Tite United states. Anna finance minister Villery Giscard d Estwing said Quot it s for the americans to ruin a Esselm the full Sessum of the 73-nation general agree nent on Tariff and trades conference marked time while the common marketers and the americans cockeyed for Poai Tion. Chairman Hans Schaffner of Switzerland called off i i it noon a meeting but agreed to pre Side at a special evening a Aaion of the disputing sides Crux of the situation is that ministers of the common Market countries a France West Germany Italy the nether mad Belgium and Luxembourg a insist on reduce Toms in India Kowl . Tariffs they considered too Hias Well As agreed general cuts. The . Delegation he hoisted on equal percentage cuts from Oci pc a w vol Lylw a lev o 1�?------�?e� a or a. Cent of fair procedures under a both sides with a goal of slashes attend convention Sioux City a about 800 herons attended the annual convention 9f the Hawkeye state knights of Columbus which was to end with the election of officers monday. . Sen. Jack Miller addressed the group sunday night. Totally unrelated statute. Stewart and Harlan said they thought the securities Exchange act removed antitrust liability for Quot any act it a taken in Good Faith to effectuate an Exchange s statutory duty of the decision applied specifically to a suit by municipal securities co. And municipal securities co. Inc., engaged in securities business in Dallas Tex. Exchange order on feb. 12, 19s9, the Exchange ordered its my nobers to discontinue their wire connect mis with Tite Dallas firms. It also terminated Exchange ticker service with municipal inc. Hie two firms sued in . District court in new York and won an injunction the District Couch ruling that action of the Exchange and its members constituted a concerted refusal to Deal in violation of the Sherman act App Ling to the . Circuit court in new York the Exchange won reversal of the District court and a holding thai the securities Exchange act of 1934 gave the Exchange antitrust Law Ini Unity. The Dallas firms next appealed to the supreme court. Tie 1934 act puts on registered securities exchanges the duty of insuring that their members observe Quot just and equitable Princl pies of Ritis set Cherokee a services will be held Here tuesday for Earle Berkler 59, superintendent of schools in Cherokee and Ida counties who died saturday night after suffering a heart variable cloudiness monday night Chance of Light showers East lows in the 40s. Tues Day partly Cloudy and cooler highs 50s North to is South. Further Outlook a Gan orally fair and continued Cool wed it lasday. As High As so per cent. It wants to open formal bargaining Sions May 6, 1964. No Date a common Market official said no Date could be fixed for bargaining talks until the United state and the Trade bloc agree on an App Road. He said the common Market would agree to a Date if the United states con Senia to handle the hit Riff problem on the same level As its proposals for Croaa the Board cd Maurice Brasseau belgian min ister of foreign Trade conveyed the Market group s decision to Christian a. Herter president Kennedy s chief negotiator Ait the Gatt talks. The talks wind up tuesday. The . Proposal Calls for Quot substantial Ual linear Tariff reductions with limited except in Short the United states wants nearly All tariffs slashed by the same percentage. At France s insistence the common Market countries contended that High . Tariffs should be slashed by greater amounts than pm european tariffs. American negotiators rejected this As a violation of the . Trade expansion act of 1962, which gave the president the broadest Powers in history to Cut american tariffs. Will be conducted. Mercury projects Quot the longer you keep Mercury personnel working on Mercury flights the longer you delay putting them on the gemini he said. Tuesday the laconic pm Rahoman with the Huck finn Grin will receive the Natkal aeronaut us and space administration s distinguished service medal from president Kennedy at a Ceren my in the White House Rose Garden. Then he will address a joint session of Congress and the Folby ing Day will go to new York for a ticker tape Parade. Today Copper plans Only to rest from the one predictable after of feet of his 34-hour to Antic adv Turey an on Rudi of adult pm from an admiring Peru Lavoi his latest taste of to was a Homey and Heartfelt Wek me by tha people of Cocoa Beach who turned out sunday along a 5h mile stretch of Sun drenched High Way and waved flags and Bunting a id Beach towels and hollered Quot Well done. the astronaut accepted the plaudits from an open car waving and grinning his now famous Grin. Beside him was his wife Trudy. Two cars behind were their daughters Camala 14, and Janita 13, smiling in teen aged embarrassment. At Motel Hie Parade ended at a Beach front Motel where the girls sat demurely and listened to their father describe his 22�rbit space flight for the Benefit of the 700 newsmen who had watched him Mast off four Days earlier. La his drawl. Cooper told orbit by orbit How he performed his various experiments made photo Grafius of celestial Phenomena and also much As any other sightseer presented with a spectacular View took snapshots of the magnificent Ilin Mayas. He Tom How he was Able to see minute detail on the. Ground More than 100 Miles below a boat and its Wake in a River trucks on a Hii Way smoke Curling from the a Hanneys of tibetan villages. He also described As matter of factly As thou it was really nothing at All How he glided his it it Ace Craft manually Back to Earth aft All tile automatic a methods had failed. Quot i saw the Light go on Quot he saw Quot and i thought maybe at first i d just ignore it. But i decided maybe i d better not. I was afraid it would t go this was the Light that signalled the re entry guidance trouble. Cape canaveral area along the five mile route of a Check saturday big Success Atlantic Jaycee vehicle safety checkers wound up a big Day saturday As they ran their total number of vehicles inspected to 1,706, close to tie All time record a Stawish last year. A year three teen agers injured in two accidents three teen agers were injured in Auto accidents in Cass county Over the weekend with two of them Hurt when their motorcycle collided with a car. Douglas Witt 18, of 1104 West will vote tuesday on whether they want tighter wheat controls to curb production. This is the 12th referendum since 1941, when the first such vote Tatien. But it is the first time that Farmers who grow wheat on 15 acres or less will vote. Heretofore the voting was restricted to growers of wheat on More than 15 acres. Of two thirds of the voters approve the new controls they will so into effect next year. If the program is rejected acreage allotments will continue and Price supports will be available at about one half of parity or around s1.25 a Bushel. There will be no marketing quotas or Cash penalties for excess production. Cut in acreage the new program would Cut ago 1,738 vehicles were checked. Tenth Driver of a motor murderer out on parole Des Moines a Joe Wilson 51, of Des Moines sentenced to life imprisonment for first de i murder in 1936, was freed on parole monday. Former gov. Norman Erbe commuted Wilson s sentence to 90 years last september. Wilson then 25, was convicted of fatally stabbing Frank Crowder during a Dice game quarrel dec. 8, 1937, in dets Moines. Cities Sandburg Washington a rep. Fred Schwengel r Lowa. Suggested monday that Carl Sandburg be liven a congressional medal of Nat Khial seniors to present play Anita a the senior class of the Anita Community High school will present Thornton Wildner s pulitzer prize win Ning play Quot our town Quot at 8 . Tue a at the High school gym. The production has been postponed twice due to illness in the cast. The play which tells the Story of a Small new England town won the critics acclaim when it was first introduced on the new York stage and has continued to be one of the most entertaining stage productions. The cast includes Norman Bissell Eric Osen Don Fletcher Kevin Burke Karen Hansen Kathy Beschorner Barry Faga Linda Mayberry Ted Legg Kent Johnson Betty Knoz Paul Herchenbach Ada Shannon Jon Daume Sheryl Dodson Jerry Dorsey Dick Nelsen and Mick Heath. Quot it was a terrific req we to our Appeal Quot go Rald Harris and Don have is to chair my a of the project a Aid. Quot we Are Happy that a a Tany a ratchets Are interested in safety Asid had their vehicles in i acted for de Active a quips sent Quot a total of l,5e6 cars and 142 trucks were Given the free safety inspection and the Jay Cees reported that 355 vehicles were found to have one or More defective parts. Of tiie 356 vehicles with faulty equipment 126 Drivers had their vices repaired in mediately and brought to the safety Check Lane for another inspection. Roar Ligh i the biggest reason for issuing reject supa was faulty rear lifts. A total of 175 reject slips were issued for this reason. A Large number of the Drivers had the faulty lights corrected immediately. Havens reported that 16 out of state oars and two Canadian vehicles went through the safety Check Lane. One of the Canadian cars bad a Light out and the Driver immediately had the defective part corrected before continuing on the Highway. Local Gara and service stations rated a booming business saturday and also Friday the Day before the Check in fixing defective parts which Drivers found themselves. Many Drivers had Given their vehicles safety inspections before the Check Lane a eyed so that their car could receive a safety sticker. Feat bolts the Jaycees also tabulated How Many cars or trucks had seat belts and this number was 156. A year ago Only about 50 vehicles had seat belts. One of the current safety promotions throughout the country is to have motorists install seat belts. A mix up Cost the Jaycees a Chance to break the record for inspecting vehicles. Prior to closing the safety Lane at 5 45 saturday a count revealed that 1,543 vehicles had been inspected. Later it was discovered that two books of safety Check slips had not been counted in the total. If the checkers had known they were that close to the re Cord the Lane would have been kept open. More than 95 Jaycees lady jays f f a members garage and service station employees participated in the project. Garages and service stations help tag with the project were Cornelison a fast Oil Bair s Firestone Atlantic building Supply service station Linke Chev Rolet Buick Henningsen a Bells Denison service station. Levine s rambler Williams garage Mcc s station Worthington s station and Lang s station. Cycle and a passenger. Bill Hulin 18, of Lewis both suffered broken left legs when the motorcycle collided with a car Dri mrlja Eari Blunk Quot 19, of 6 a Olive. They were admitted to the Atlantic memorial Hospital and Law taken by ambulance to Nebraska methodist in Omaha. Blunk escaped injury in the Accident which occurred on seventh Street near the super Valu store at 12 15 . Sunday. Patrol officers said Blunk eastbound on seventh was making a left turn into the store s driveway and collided with the westbound motorcycle. The motorcycle skidded about 100 feet before coming to a Stop officers said. At the at Antic memorial for treatment is James Hawes 18, of 1204 Poplar who suffered a Back injury when his car overturned on primary 148 a mile and a half nor i of Massena at 9 . Saturday. Patrol officers said he lost control of his northbound car on the gravel and the vehicle upset on the West Side of the Highway. Damage to the 1962 Ford was estimated at 1900. The major Issue for the 1964 general election. The legislature compiled an enviable record of achievement on major highly controversial issues. Republicans and democrats alike hailed the session As one of the most constructive in Iowa history. It also was the longest regular a cission Ever held in Iowa a 125 Days from the Start Jan. 14 to adjournment shortly before 6 . Saturday. Budget figures the state budget for the biennium starting july 1 figures out to $206.3 million a year More than $12 million above the current spending level but Well below the s230 million budget recommended by 3ov. Harold Hughes. The budget is closer to the Quot Bare Bones budget Quot proposed by the 1964 wheat acreage 10 per j rep. William Scherle. A Hendery cent from 55 million acres to 49.5 million acres. Wheat would be divided into two Price categories. Eighty per cent of the 1964 crop would go for Domestic food use and exports and would be supported at $2 a Bushel. The remainder would go for livestock feed and other non food uses and would be supported at $1.30 a Bushel. A Farmer who retired from wheat production a portion of his old allotment would be paid by the government. Any Farmers who violated the regulations could be fined and jailed. Long drive the government has tried for n Ore than 25 years to control wheat production with growing and marketing regulations. But with improved farming methods and greater mechanization production has increased steadily. The government has now 1.3 Bil son. And sen. Vern Lisle a Clar Inda in fighting any sales tax increase than to tie substantially higher figure of near $245 million that Koukl have resulted bad Tho property tax Relief Bill passed. The Only tax increase voted was a Penny a pack increase in the cigarette Levy designed to bring in $3 million a year toward an $6 milk it a annual appropriate i for capital improvements at Stata Board of regents institutions. House minority Leader Ray Eveland a Kelley looking Ahe to the 1964 elections Sakl he believes failure of the publican dominated legislature to pass the property tax Relief Bill May have drawn the major Issue for a Campaign. He said he Hopes it will Quot make the democratic party the majority party in gov. Hughes Eveland House lion bushels of wheat in storage j majority Leader John Mowry a or under Price support loan Marshalltown Senate majority Repi eventing a year s Supply for Domestic and Export needs. The government s wheat control program Cost More than $1 billion last year. Vote set Sioux City a elect i of officers was scheduled monday at the conclusion of the associated master Barbers and beauticians annual convention Here. Atty. Gen. Evan Hultman spoke to the group sunday. Leader Robert Rigler a new Hampton and Senate minority Leader Andrew Frommelt a Dubuque All agreed the session passed much Good legislation. Quot this was a hard working session that accomplished Many Good commented Hughes. But he criticized Senate failure to debate a House passed Bill to abolish capital punishment and the legislature s failure to enact a Law to equalize assessed valuations Over the state. Loot Safi Mason City a burglars obtained met he Titan $900 in Cash from a Safe at the Moose club room Zuodar ii Ign Trinity United plans building fund Campaign Trinity United Church of Christ took action sunday morning to launch a building fund Campaign at a meeting of the congregation following the morning worship service. The Church Council was authorized by a vote of 71-57 to proceed to establish a building fund Campaign after the congregation voted against Purchase of St. Paul s lutheran Church building at eighth and Walnut streets. The vote against Purchase of the building used by St. Paul s lutheran congregation prior to dedication of the new edifice at thirteenth and Cherry streets Suji Day was 90-5a. Trinity United Church of Christ properties were recently put up for bid but have not been sold. These include the present Church at fifth and Wab iut streets and the former peace evangelical and reformed Church building and parsonage at seventh and Walnut. Fanfani s chances improving Rome a Amintore fan Faizi s chances of continuing As Premier continued to improve today. Two More political parties decided to Back another Center left Gover Anent for Italy. To National Council of Fanfani s Christian Democrat party \ lutherans dedicate Church or. H. W. Siefkes of Mason City president of the Iowa District of the american lutheran Church delivered the dedicatory Sermon and performed the act of dedication at the new St. Paul s lutheran Church sunday morning when the edifice was filled to overflowing. More than 500 attended the thanksgiving service in voted saturday to endorse continue the afternoon when the Rev. C. M. Videbeck pastor of Salem anon of the Quot opening to the left Quot lutheran Brooklyn n. Y., former Atlantic pastor was the Bieh Fanfani introduced. Speaker

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