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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - February 26, 1963, Boone, Iowa
Weather increasing cloudiness warmer Lues night. Cloudy warmer wed. Light Snow afternoon. The Boone news Republican dial be 2-1234 a before 6 30 p. M of you have not received your paper. Saturday �?3 p. In. Vol. Xxv no. 48. Vol. Lvii no. 125.Boone, Iowa. Tuesday evening february 26, 1963. Evening except sunday a seven cent confirm u. S. Deaths in Cuba fight strict enforcement of key clubs asked changes in liquor Laws Dis to i nos apr two proposed changes in the Iowa liquor Lawn. Oiler than liquor by the drink were put on the House Calendar tuesday. On a measure to regulate. License and tax key clubs carried the endorsement of the House safety and Law enforcement committee. The other Bill which the committee released monday without recommendation either for or against passage would abolish individual liquor permit Hooks for purchases in state stores. Rep William Denman docs Moines chief sponsor of the key club Hill said it was needed regardless of what the legislature does about liquor by the drink and that he plans a to push it All the mum Ipa Litkei and counties would of the licensing authorities to regulate key clubs with a License fee ranging from Moo to $1,000 each club would require at least 50 members and he a nonprofit organisation to qualify Lor a License and would have to Post a $1,000 surely Bond without regulation key clubs May constitute a a Hazard to the health morals safety and welfare Quot of the Public the Bill says the measure to abolish liquor a permit Hooks followed statements pledged by be Tonlis Tenient Over 200 years of service new merger of churches is proposed of a hers of the Legisla Tures taxation study committee i More than 200 years of ser that in sonic Loc Alit irs liquor store a Jap he Iowa army a attendants do not bother Tofu a lond guard when 34 present out permit Hooks on the Purchase of liquor. However the Iowa liquor control commission said it has no evidence of such practices. Bulletin Boone couple die in crash members reenlisted during the past Muster week in Boone. Of the 34 who re enlisted there were 33 who signed up i for another six year tour of duty while the other Man in a listed for another 25 years Quot i of service to age 60. Sec Richard l. Worthy of Jefferson a member of Headquarters Battery 34th division artillery shown above i with it. Col. E. B Olson was Lone of the winners of an automobile Given away while pvt Roger v. Knight 627 Tama Street a new enlisted Lincoln ii Hpe or. And mrs. Jerry d. , Boone Iowa were injured fatally today in an Auto Accident on Illinois Highway to West of new Holland . Mrs. Lopour 65. Was _. A i n the same banter won the dead on arrival at Abraham i. I other automobile Given away Limo in memorial Hospital. ,. For the recruiting Effort. Her husband 67. Died about iwo hours later. Those men who extended the Lopour ear collided hair enlistment period in with one driven he Arthur clouded John w to quotes James Hedrick. 23, of new hoi r Molt. James t. Dawdy. Land. He was not seriously Jjohn a Walker. Forest d. Ellson. Jack w. Olson Wal Don g. Woltz. Richard n. Injured. Lead of 12 Voles in race St Paul. Minn a the tense painstaking Job of one by one arguments on disputed ballots in the Minnesota governorship election continued today with Democrat Karl Rolvaag holding an unofficial Lead of 12 votes. Rolvaag started a recount action after several Post election court Battles and ruling by the state amassing Board that Republican gov. Elmer i Andersen had won by 142 votes in the nov. J election in opening testimony monday attorneys for both men conceded changes in the first three of 24 stacks of disputed ballots that reduced Rolvaag s Post account margin from 133 to 12. A a a a a a 4 traffic toll a a state of Iowa a total 1962636 a this Date 1963 _ 70 a this Date. 1962. 56 a Boone county total. 19627 a this Date 1962 a 2 a this Date. 1963. I a a City of Boone a total. 19620 a this Date i9s2. 0 a it this Date 1963. 0 # a a a a a # Schroeder Charles e. Hora Deane l. Dresback. Harry e. Nickerson jr., Richard l. Worthy William a Nickel Donald r Hora John f. Kline Laverne e. Platter Charles k. Tedrow Wayne d. Jay Everett p Alber Donald f Gallegher Roy l. Fullerton John o. Moorman. David a. Gibbs Paul m Lingren Harold f. Haschke Thurlow r Deal Dale f. Ray. Merle b Hubby James b Seiler Lenon j. Sifrit jr., Clifford r Heider Lee d. Ulmgren Donald i. Smith and Leonard d Erickson. The Complete list of new enlistees by organization follows Headquarters and Headquarters 34th division artillery Robert l. Cramer. 22, 205 Story Street James e. Brendeland 22. Ames Donald w. Evans. Collins Roger v. Knight 627 Tama Street William g. Larson Stratford John h Mccoy. 22. 1715 marshal St get and James r. Fuegen 17, 812 Story Street. Headquarters and Headquarters. 4th howitzer battalion. Duane p. Stuckey 25, 517 West 5th Street Ross e. Thedac. 26. 1204 West second Street Henry r Schmidt. 19. 1321 Greene Street richard1 Marion Street Roger c. Sil Berstein Ames Roger d. Gibson Story City Gary j. Anderson. Ames and James f. Moore Ames. 34th aviation company a Richard a. Witmer. 21, Des Moines Ronald e. Simmons 22. Ames Paul j. Larson 23, Ames David w. Reynoldson 21, 1636 5th Street Gary d. Elliott 17, 1411 Garst Avenue Robert b. Heaps 17, 1428 Aldrich Avenue Daniel r. Clauson 17, 411 division Street Richard j. Wilson 18. Route i Boone Steven l. Anderson 18, 2003 Linn Street Mark h. Tomkins 20, route i Boone. 434 aircraft maintenance a Curtiss d Cox. Jr., 17, 1915 Greene Street Dennis d. Reynoldson 19. 1903 Greene Street Dale a. Merrill 18, Stratford Richard d Wolfe Ogden Daryl e. Zanker. 1727 Tama Street Earl l. Brice. 22. 1704 12th Street Larry p. Anderson. 22, 204 South Marshall Street and Larry f. Hall. 18, 412 6th Street. New York a the newly advanced proposal for merger of methodists and the Church of England in great Britain comes in the midst of a worldwide Effort to restore Christian Unity. Church leaders have referred to the trend As a a new marking a reversal of belong series of denominational divisions. It has involved every Branch of Christendom a protestant Eastern orthodox and roman Catholic and emerged As the dominant note of the first session of Tho second Vatican Council. Among protestants More than 50 merger negotiations Are currently going on in 35 countries. This was disclosed in a recent Survey by the Rev. Patrick c. Rodgers of Geneva. Switzerland executive Secretary of the department of Faith and order of the world Council of churches. A there Are people All Over the world terribly anxious to attain a greater measure of Christian Community a he said in a recent interview. In the United states be eral merger negotiations Are now going on. And several have recently been successfully completed. One series of talks involves the protestant episcopal Church the american Wing of British anglicanism in a consultation on Church Union with the methodist Church and four other denominations. Initial discussions were held last Spring. Another round of talks is scheduled March 17-19 in Oberlin. Ohio. Other denominations whose representatives Are taking part Arr the United presbyterian Church the Christian churches disciple the United evangelical Brethren and the United Church of Christ the United Church itself is a recent merger of congregational christians and the evangelical j and reformed Church the first Union in this country to Combine bodies of different National Ort a gins. In two years eight branches of j lutheranism have United into two Large bodies the lutheran Church Geneva apr nonaligned in America and the american la delegates said Toehay they foresaw a difference in greetings a president Kennedy and King Savang \ a thana of Laos greeted luncheon guests monday at the White House As the 53-year-old Southeast asian Monarch began a Tiree Day official visit in Washington. Kennedy Shook hands with the visitors who accorded their King a different sort of greeting. Each keeled before him with clasped hands As is the custom in their country. A wire photo. Ultimate Compromise on test ban issues neutrals Are optimistic Juk Steps up men s lenten breakfasts at Christian Church an annual custom of Early morning breakfasts each wednesday of the lenten service will again he instituted by the men of the Central Christian Church Ash wednesday. Feb. 27. The breakfast will be served promptly at 6 15 a in. And will be followed by a Brief meditation with various Boone ministers bringing the message. The Rev. Dale r. Oliver of the first evangelical free Church will be the first speaker this week. The men of the City Are invited to attend these weekly breakfasts which will be completed by 7 a in. Each time. A a a a a weather record yesterdays figure up to 8 a. In. Today. High�?24 low�?3 Low last night 15 below temp at 6 a 15 below precipitation none a a a a Theran Church. The United pres Jan Ultima by Terian Church represents a re a nuclear to it cent merger of two branches. 1 sides soul moves in Britain toward bring in up ing methodists and the Church of states my England together would likely1 i of v let. Have a stimulating effect on Clos-1 speech or relations of the two common the ions in this country. Methodists and episcopalians Stem from common background. The founder of methodism John Wesley was an anglican priest and remained one throughout his life. Protestant and roman Catholic meetings also Are mushrooming across the country in the Wake of the spirit generated by the second Vatican Council and Pope John xxi ils open armed hospitality toward my Brothers in Compromise on the ban Issue with Bothie year. For five annual on would he for the Kennedy administration to get a test ban treaty ratified by the . Senate. _ _ sen. Hubert Humphrey a Minni Tfir Alna pc senatorial observer at the Confer 1 a once said last thursday the . Washington apr president Senate would never ratify a treaty Kennedy is stepping up his per ailing for Only three inspections Sonal Campaign for a tax Cut after propaganda is term for denial Washington Al Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield has a know lodged that during the heat of the i cuban invasion several americans volunteered to Fly combat missions and four lost their lives thus the senates Republican Leader. Everett m Dirksen of la. Sinois got no argument from the administration s chief Senate spokesman on his charge monday that four americans had been shot Down in the Bay of pigs fiasco Mansfield who said that in this Case. He was speaking Only for himself added some details in his statement. A it is known that a few experienced american airmen warn employed to train cuban pilots navigators and radio operators. Because of exhaustion of cuban pilots several of these Amene Ani volunteered to Fly combat missions apparently a derision was made by those hireling operations to accept this offer. Several planes were attacked and four of these americans lost their lives a Mansfield said shortly before Mansfield s statement. The Castro government sent a stiff note dealing with a mom recent scrape last week s attack on a . Shymp boat. Cuba denied that its planes had fired on the boat and then counterchanged that two us air fore jets machine gunned cuban territory Early this month endangering the lives of russian and cuban Oil workers the a state department termed the denial prop Salvia Dirk sen said in an interview that he had uncovered evidence of the deaths of the four fliers in his one Man investigation of Tho invasion which of. Lapsed under the fire of Fidel Castro a forces. Neither Dirksen nor Mansfield gave any names hut the incident was strikingly similar to one disclosed May 4 i9t� a about two weeks after the assault. Of a news conference in Birmingham. Alaa Miami Springs fla., lawyer announced that four men recruited by his firm double it Heck Cor of Miami a to Fly for anti Castro forces apparently had been killed the lawyer. Alex e. Carbon being told by Fop congressional said their cargo plane had strategists his whole fiscal pro a crashed in the Caribbean in or i pers boost let Union. Anal n m on Lav s cession of Sarni Amend cooler Man Delegate Wilder and romanian n minister Georg nation j once by Ani Ham c. To i Deputy lore Macon Csc. The Neutral delegates stressed however that they believed agree ment they about Harga a ugg Only still a Long Way off. Est cd it May come after sonic too level in such lither cold War passed by a unanimous vote Des Moines Opi a the Iowa House passed a Bill tuesday to increase benefits Gram is in trouble with Congress and the Public Capitol Hill sources close to the tax problem said today the chances of a reduction is year which Kennedy said again monday has the Quot first priority a May depend on two things he identified the four All from the Birmingham area As Riley w Shamburger. Tai. Pilot. Thomas Willard Ray. Co Pilot Leo f Baker. 35. Engineer and Wade Carroll Gray 33. Radioman these men knew what they were getting Carlson said. I. Kenney. Ween. In making a a Ruurd risk a a hts under the Low d Public pm a the idea More popular than Many pc it Imp Back they had ploys retirement system after adopting an amendment pinching off $1 million for the state general fund. Members now believe it to he. A surprising number report that most constituents who write at All about the subject oppose tax re a Nice nest episcopal lenten schedule Given the schedule for lenten services at the Grace episcopal Church in Boone was announced today. The Ash wednesday serv Munion and penitential office with imposition of ashes at 7 15 and 9 on feb. 27. Issues As Berlin and uha. J Foster and Macon Tascu seemed j to leave he door open for a final inspector quota Compromise be tween thle american minimum demand if seven and the soviet maximum offer of three. A there is no Issue of ours that lectured to he immutable save the fundamental principle i that a in St ban agreement must j he Adco a Atchly verified Quot the american Delegate said. I a Cove Sci was More explicit. He Chider i the West for expecting More sos id concessions without meeting he soviet position Quot half on a 101-0 vote the House duct on because they Are worried sent the measure Back to the j a out deficits or do not think the Senate which had passed it Jcu feb. 13, for concurrence in the amendment. Would amount to much for them 2 the state of the . Econ i oms As measured by the employ i he $1 million was to room j Manj figures published in april. Burse the state general fund 1 or month when the House ways for Money appropriated to and Means committee will Quot the natural conclusion to draw from is hat the two sides each wednesday during i ultimate will come together on the lenten season the Church i five said one highly will have holy communion at j placed nonaligned source. Such a Comoro Misc would involve a major Oolitic Al Concession 9 a in. On thursdays during Lent holy communion service will he held at 7 15 . By each Sui ates for months soviet negotiators inspections they More difficult it and evening prayer and a ser the United j Mon at 8 pm. Has warned the the sunday schedule for that the few a the pre easter period will in-1 agreed to the elude holy communion at 7 30 am. And morning serv Wiir Jorje Kelly at ice and Church school at 9 15pm a a a in. The sermons on thurs dogs Day evenings will be a series of meditations on the lord s prayer while the sunday ser Davenport a District Ludge Glenn d Kelley 73. Drove Mons will revolve around the Home from a he courthouse late theme a fall the benefits of his monday and collapsed in his Gar passion a age apparently of a heart attack. The i pers system when it w As set up in 1953 to assure its actuarial soundness. Rep. William Denman d Des Moine contended the amendment a makes givers out of the state of Iowa Quot and added a a we re being a bit Chintzy Here in Iowa if we dip into this Money that these people have worked so hard to accumulate a rep. Leonard Anderson. A Sioux Cit also opposed the amendment saying the Money was appropriated originally a to help Correct a $240 million mistake that we ourselves made Quot he said the rest of the mistake had been made up by the employees themselves. The Bill would distribute some $18 million in accumulated a quit Money Quot and interest earned by investment of i plus funds to be individual accounts of beneficiaries under lie get i cps their families he said would receive substantial benefits As part of the Carton identified the plane As a 4 and said the four reported one of their engines had gone out i and they were losing Altitude a search he said turned up wreckage but no bodies the Washington Post said these apparently were the four men Down to writing a Hill i Dirksen was referring to the a Speakma monday to an Anteri a per said a Friend of one of the can Bankers association Symposi-1 lost fliers sent to Dirksen Abou urn Kennedy went farther j six weeks ago a clipping of the than any previous administration account from the Birmingham spokesman in advocating a tax new reduction of $10 billion or More another Erston of the Ca was a even if the tax revision he pro a reported in a recent Issue of the posed As part of the package Are news and world report junked j no a interview. Go Rualo her he had proposed reducing rates j re form of ? it or Uudna air enough to Cut revenues $13 0 Btl Jucs who As operation officer of lion hut reworking portions of the the Nova tiers b20 Squadron gave internal Revenue code to Correct disc Netlon of How four amen what he termed inequities and re a cans whom he did not name store 4 billion of the lost a hectic hours of the in Revenue. Kennedy recently has been told a Sion a on the last Day of the Battle our pilots were so exhausted that some american instructors volunteered to Fly info combat they did t have to do that. It was t by top congressional strategists that the lawmakers As a whole have not been converted to the j idea of cutting taxes while the government expect an 111 9 Btl j a Buffy Volun a Rcd lion deficit next year despite the . J u a tour went. None came Back argument that stimulated bum a Ness will hasten a budget balance Dirksen said details of his in moreover. He w3 told there is venation including name of Little Chance of the House ways our Flor we mfg and Means committee agreeing be perhaps this week on much of a tax Structure Chang a the controversy Over the pres in time for legislation to been Jent cuban Utu fion continued to acted in i9b3. J sputter
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