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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 1, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Methodists kill move to take Jab at Kennedy Den Ora methodists saturday firmly rebuffed a proposed slap it the presidential aspirations of sen. John f. Kennedy a mass in regard to his membership in the roman Catholic Church. Delegates to the quadrennial methodist general conference top governing body of the nation s largest protestant de nomination Oveat Hellingly rejected a Resolution offered by a group from South Carolina and West Virginia. West Virginia is where Kennedy is involved in a key Pri diary Campaign. It would be most unfortunate for the Church to even consider such criticism de glared the Rev. G. Alfred Brown of fort Worth Texas the convention then voted against even referring the mat Ter to a committee. Referring to Kennedy s candidacy the Resolution said that the religious Factor necessarily had become a political Issue because of the existence of a monolithic totalitarian Tern poral spiritual Church state claiming the broadest the Resolution also com mended a look Magazine a tide a Catholic View of a Catholic for president by methodist Bishop g. Bromley Oxnam of Washington d. A and presbyterian Leader or. Eugene c. Blake of Philadel phia raising questions about such a candidacy. The Rev. L. E. Crowson of Logan w. Va., presented the Resolution. It also was signed by the Rev. Truman w. Potter and the Rev. A. E. Bennett both of Charleston s. A and the Rev. J. Clair Jarvis of Wheeling w. A. Most unfortunate quickly opposing the move the Rev. Or. Brown declared we each have a right to express our opinion and often it is our duty to do so but for the methodist Church in official session. To even entertain the suggestion we would do something like this would be most unfortunate. We talk about separation of Church and state he added. I m sure we Don t want the methodist general conference to interfere with who shall be a candidate for in abrupt fashion the convention threw out the proposal. The conference also adopted a $15 million annual missions budget for the next four years up 27 per cent from the previous Quad Ennius. It amounts to a $1.53 per capita for each methodist a year. Also approved was a $3,000 increase in the salaries of methodist Bishops upped from $12,500 annually to $15,500. Office allowances for Bishops also were raised from $5,000 to $6,000, and retirement allowances upped from $4,500 to $5,500. The Church also adopted a wide ranging four year pro a Gram designed to put new vitality into the 10-million-Mem-Ber denomination s work. It Calls for greater emphasis on Bible study retreats evangelism Seminary recruitment work in City country in Industry and on College campuses More Church schools and starting of new congregations at the rate of one every 22 hours. Tai Jocon a tent a coat Dix item to to Strk it. The a a draw a Tobim Chy Bowbin of Roku Iowa i. B. Hahn Rar. Rom Lutat amt of a Lefor Daton sub Brittion Batt Ilmon Roumal Almu Del la inel Ulni the joust a Tymn Sundar built la. Bom Dur try rate la Rmon Olar Eon a Par Vick and in Riel Tull front 400 per week Paytal to eur lir. Motor truck a a nil cd in Lucan City and a Tell zone a i Coath. i in Jutt $28,80. Mau Aubier option Rutm a ppr Only in re i there motor route Ore Rel a Ervle ii not tall Tel in a ctn a Nathi and Walworth count Lei. Six month on year $13.00. Outt de mall up to 400 mile on month 11.78  it months 110.00 on tar �ia.0o. Red Ter vacs rate tax month on year a is 00 our de mall 0tr �00 mile on month 13 00 Elk month in 00 on year $2 3 00 armed butyl it Date do month to 00 on year $17.00. All mail dust by paid d Advance Diu. I i Asa a Laczik sunday bulletin May 1, of Bee. 1, fare t a War photo Winner of hoop Roll Ruth Hodge of Hyannis mass., a 21-year-old political science major at Wellesley College won the College s 66th annual hoop Roll saturday. The Brown eyed Brunette expects to Rebuff the tradition that the Winner will be the first Lenior to marry since she is not engaged and does t expect to be soon Ruth has a Job waiting for her in the National Security Agency. Tax committee offers no plan continued from Page 1 Revenue required through a broader based income tax sales tax or some combination of the two toward the end of taxing More heavily the first few thousand dollars of everyone s taxable income beyond Basic separate votes in separate votes the committee went on record in Gen eral terms for incorporating the 20 per cent surtax into the personal income tax Structure boosting taxes on tobacco products and alcoholic beverages levying business taxes on Banks and other financial institutions and empowering localities to Levy additional types of taxes. It did not specify even in rough terms the amount Money that would be raised but favourable votes were cast for using most of the new reve nue to provide state financing of welfare costs eliminating property taxes on livestock and merchants and manufacturers inventories and providing some Type of tax Relief on housing and boosting school aids. Che Sinan makes 11th hour plea continued from Page 1 his arrest whereas police re ported taking $150 from the prisoner. The petition said the $150 was the exact amount taken rom the clothing store Holdup staged just before the Pursuit and arrest of Chessman. Investigating at last Davis said agents of the at Orney general s office apparently now Are investigating at he said they looked up Woodfield in los Angeles Fri Day night and asked for the names of the Trio Chessman says can prove he is not the red Light Davis said two of them Judd and Wampler were associates of both Terrenova and Chessman. Knoles was arrested with Chessman. In a separate trial he was convicted of kidnapping with bodily harm the charges that brought a death sentence to Chessman. But Knoles is free now on parole. Davis told newsmen he thought the supreme court s plan to meet at 8 . Monday is the quintessence of Crue and unusual punishment and exceeds the nicety of refine ment any barbarism Ever doubt seriously the 38-year-old convict who has escaped eight previous dates in the Gas chamber did not feel gov. E d m u h d g Brown had done everything possible but conceded i doubt seriously if the governor will give me another Brown granted the last reprieve feb 19, less than 10 hours before Chessman was due to die. Brown since has said he cannot take any action because the California supreme court has three times recommended against clemency. The last occasion was Friday evening. Meanwhile Chessman s other attorneys a. L. W i r i n and Rosalie a s h e a got a Quick turndown from Federal District judge Louis Goodman Goodman denied their Pillion for a writ of Hareas Corpus based on the Contention Chessman had been charged merely with kidnapping but had been convicted of kidnapping with bodily harm. Thrown out earlier this same Contention has been thrown out by the state courts. Asked at his press Confer ence what he thought of his chances in View of the attorneys Maneu Werings Chessman gestured As if flipping a Coin. Fifty hefty a reporter asked. I d say the Hawk nosed prisoner agreed. To was seemingly Calm but sweat beaded his upper lip. Davis said emphatically Chessman will not die on May 2." i am hopeful Chessman himself said i am hopeful and i am remaining hopeful. I Don t Start dying until 10 o clock monday morning asked How he expected to die he said. I will just walk in and sit Down. I am confident that i can die with dig the condemned Man observed i have acquired self several reporters who had talked to him before told him he had changed in recent years. Well 12 years on death Row will either destroy your spirit or cause you to mature he responded. I think that 1 have Europe protests plans for execution London up West Europe sent up a chorus of protest saturday against the imminent execution of Caryl Chessman. Brigitte Bardot Charles Humez Alphonse Halimi. These were among big names from sport and show business who signed a French petition calling for a last minute act of clemency on behalf of the Long imprisoned convict. The petition was splashed across inside pages of Paris Jour. In Rome the rejection of Chessman s Appeal by the California supreme court took front Page play alongside Italy s government crisis. Giorgio la Pira Dean of Law at the University of Florence a leading Christian Democrat Deputy in parliament cabled gov. Edmund Brown of California. The italian scholar said any last minute act of mercy by the governor would be a great judicial human Christian and political act of immense service to future civilizations. German swedish danish and British newspapers played the Chessman Story under big headlines. 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