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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1961, Mason City, Iowa North tovraY Daily Newspaper IdiUd for Hw Horn MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 100 The newspaper that makes all North I o wans neighbors Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease Wires MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1961 17c a Copy Paper Consists of Four SectionsSection One Nt f Nobel Prize to ear specialist STOCKHOLM Sweden AP The 1961 Nobel Prize for medicine was awarded to Dr Georg von Bekesy Hungarian born ear specialist now working in the United States The prize amounts to 250200 Swedish Von Bekesy now working at Mr Cap in and his computers Aim to halt tax evaders By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON The ultimate goal of the revolution under way in the Internal Revenue Service is the collection of at least billion a year in taxes now evaded The key measure is a new num bering system approved by Con gress in the final hours of the 1961 session The new law requires taxpayers to place an identifying for most people their Social Se curity their tax re turns The number also will be used on information returns from corporations banks and other in stitutions to identify individual and interest payments to taxpayers At regional service centers in formation from the returns will be put on tape which will then be forwarded to the IRS national computer center at Martinsburg W V where a master file of all tax records will be kept Here each persons return will be checked against his previous rec ord and current information re ceived from his employer bank and sources of outside income A corresponding tape will then be sent back to the regional cen ter with instructions for billing or making a refund to the taxpayer plus instructions as to returns tax agents may want to investigate The first regional center in this highly automated system is lo cated at Atlanta where computers are already in place It will proc ess returns from North and South Carolina Georgia Florida Ala bama Mississippi and Tennessee A start will be made Jan 1 on corporation returns quarterly ex cise tax returns and business firm reports on income and So cial Security withholding taxes It will begin processing individual income tax returns in January 1963 Nine regional service centers are to be established After At lanta the next will be at Philadel phia covering a fivestate area The IRS is simplifying its tax forms both to facilitate processing and to aid the taxpayer Even the language has been made clearer In return IRS Commissioner Mor timer M Caplin is asking co operation of all persons who pre pare federal tax returns in filling out the returns as nearly as possible in accordance with the official forms His plea is aimed particularly at professional tax practitioners who advise and com plete returns for others The American Institute of Certifiec Public Accountants incidentally has long wanted a system of num bering tax returns Sen Harry Flood Byrd DVa chairman of the Senate Finance Committee describes the number ing measure as the biggest loop hole closing bill ever presented to Congress The House Ways and Means committee at the 1961 ses sion killed tighter regulations on tax deductible expenseaccount re porting but the blithe members of Expense Account Society will be well advised to be carefulin filling out 1961 returns just the same Commission Caplin prom ises an intensification of audits of tax returns especially those listing large outlays for business entertainment expenses And Congress did authorize about 4000 additional employees for IRS including 1040 Internal Revenue agents 161 more special agents 505 more auditors 170 more tax examin ers and 115 revenue officers whose assignment is tax delin quents There will be good reason ponder these numbers come next April 15 Harvard University in Cambridge Mass was a wardedthe prize fo his discoveries concerning th physical mechanisms of stimula tiou within the cochlea said th official citation from the aware ing body The cochlea is a divi sion of the labyrinth of the ear The of this year series of Nobel given after a session of th Board of Professors at the Roya laroline Institute which make he choice Von Bekesy started his career in Hungary as an engineer spe cializing in communication tech niques and went on to physiologi cal acoustics Research in this ield ultimately became his main interest and by the end of the 1920s he had made the discovery or which henow receives the Prize At the end of the war he moved o Stockholm and from there to Harvard From a technical point of view Von Bekesy 62 set out to prove lis theories in a series of remark able experiments among others on the ear of a corpse The winner of the prize for lit erature will be selected by the iloyal Swedish Academy of Let ers a week from now The chemistry and physics prize awards handed out by the Roya Academy of Science are expected Nov 2 The fifth prize for peace is given by the Prize Committee of the Norwegian Parliament The laureates will receive their diplomas medals and checks from the hands of King Gustaf VJ Adolf of Sweden at traditional ceremonies at the Stockholm Con cert Hall on Dec 10 ALMOST REAL A rescue worker tries to comfort a woman supposedly sufferingfrom shock after a simulated crash of a Boeing 707 with 132 persons aboard at Travis Air Force Base Calif Note two little girls who wandered around acting their parts as shocked Photofax survivors Only 160 persons out of Travis normal population of over 10 000 knew of the plan The test was staged by the Air Force to test the readiness of the bases disaster opera tions Denunciations again in vogue in Moscow MOSCOW fAP Former Pre mier Georgi ler First Malenkov Deputy and for Premier azarus Kaganovich were violent ly denounced before the Commu DR VON BEKESY On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 567 Sports 1516 North Iowa News 17 Mason City News 2021 Latest Markets 21 Clear Lake News 22 Comics 24 against the two men since 1957 when they were ousted fromtheir lop spots in the Communist party and banished into oblivion Presidium member Nikolai Pod Communist party from 1947 until Stalins death in 1953 I believe that Kaganovich die great harm to the party and the people Poclgorny told the third session of lhe 22nd congress of criminal and Kaganovich as Kaganovich for antithe Soviet Communist party He degenerate party activity while he served is a degenerate who has had noth It was the most virulent assault as first secretary of the Ukrainian in6 Communist left in him tor a long tune Tass the Soviet news agency reported he gave details of Kaganovichs misdeeds Western newsmen were excluded from the session in the great Kremlin theater Kaganovich was one of Stalins Research rocket hits 4261 miles WASHINGTON United States Thursday successfully lofted a space rocket to a height of more than 4000 miles to study the earths ionosphere The rocket intended to reach an altitude of 4500 statute miles before returning to the earth actually reached an al titude 4261 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Invaders repelled BERLIN U S troops in a threehour mock attack rolled back other American troops playing the part of Communist aggressors in a maneuver here The troops manned positions they might actually oc cupy defending West Berlin in one of the largest American war games ever held here Stand against China WASHINGTON President Kennedy has reaf firmed strong U S opposition to admitting Red China to the United Nations or any TJN components Hijacker convicted EL PASO Tex An allmale jury took only 22 minutes to convict Leon Bearden 38 of hijacking a Continental airlines jet airliner over New Mexico Aug 3 Bearden was found guilty of kidnaping ob struction of interstate commerce and violating the Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Act t A case of bad timing DES MOINES It wasnt the police raid itself the defendant complained it was the timing I had three aces and a joker when the police came Donald Hall told Judge Harry Grund when he appeared on a gambling charge I was about even up until then Hall said as the judge fined him now Im be hind Hoffa pleads innocent ORLANDO Fla Teamsters Union president James R Hoffapleaded innocent for the second time loj in40 months to mail fraud charges stemming from alleged misuse of in Teamsters funds The previous case was dropped on a legal technicality WINDY North Iowa Fair and cold Thursday night lows in the 30s Increasing c 1 o u d i ness with chance of occasional light rain and warmer Fri day highs near 60s Iowa Mostly fair Thursday night warmer west with in righthand men He headed the i control commission which over saw the bloody purges of the 1930s built the Moscow subway and much of the Soviet railway system and wiped out separatism in the postwar Ukraine Premier Khrushchev himself took the lead in launching a new attack on the socalled antiparty creasing southerly winds in his h to the con 1 rty ACl ijMt Utrtrf t n lows 40 northwest to 3540 igress op Tuesday southeast Partly cloudy Wny ihe C0ngress is devoting so warm south mbslly cloudy much timc to raking over its with occasional light rain likely north Friday highs near 60 northeast to 65 south west Further cloudy and mild Saturday chance of showers north Minnesota Fair and warmer Highs Friday near 70 skeletons puzzled diplomats One explanation was that the party leaders felt obligated to report to the congress how the campaign against the Stalinist cult of the Clamor grows against Russ super Hbomb UNITED NATIONS NY AP keted into the general disarma United States and its West ern Allies mobilized Thursday for an assault on the Soviet plan to climax its nuclear weapon test se ries with a 50megaton blast ment discussion later The committee debate was ex pected to bring repeated calls for Moscow to call off the superbomb explosion The United States and The forum was the General As1 its Allies hoped the debate would semblys top Political Committee which begins debate on proposals for a nuclear test explosion mora torium after defeating Soviet ef marshal sufficient antitest opin UN members over the Soviet an nouncement by appealing to the Kremlin to reverse its decision to touch off the giant bomb befors the end of the month The 101nation committee wound up two weeks of wrangling over priority Wednesday night with ion to force the Russians to rejtwo Of balloting that sig consider Sweden already has indicated forts to have the test issue blanhhe mounting concern among Jackson County pays its tea party debt LONDON UPI Jackson County Ore paid off its Bos ton tea party Seventeen Jackson County residents gave the SI96 check to an official of the London tea firm which lost a shipment in 1773 when Boston residents heaved it into the harbor We are very grateful to the good people of Jackson County Now we are waiting to hear from the rest of Oregons coun ties and the other 49 states said Leslie Simons director of Davison and Newman Davison and Newman has been trying for 188 years to col lect the 54966 debt The Brit ish government has ignored the firms petition for seven genera tions The government never gave us a peep Bostonians sim ply smiled but Jackson County they are fine folk Si mons said Medford Ore Mayor J W Snider said Jackson County reckoned SI 96 was its share four the debt figured according to the current US population M e d f o r ds mayor indirectly apologized for the famed tea party in 1773 Snider said that in those co lonial days Massachusetts and the East Coast could hardly be considered civiliied How ever Jackson County is higfily civilized and willing to pay up he said Simons said he is grateful and gave Mrs Preea package of tea for Mayor Snider I just hope she gets it through Boston The people there are sometimes trouble some we know Simons said individual was coming on Others suspected that there were still supporters of the ousted Stalinists in the party GlobeGazette weather data up not only in that re to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset 46 35 36 14 jnewed public denunciations were considered necessary ONLY THE NEWSPAPER serves such a variety ofinter csts Bank burglars and bank presidents biologists a W d ballplayers all read news papers National Newspaper Week FAULTY SHELTERS NASHVILLE Tenn W The Tennessee Civil Defense Agency has warned that 90 per cent of the private fallout shelters it has inspected arc bad as no shelter at alt nified defeats for the Soviet Un ion The committee voted 8310 with 4 abstentions to list as its first item Indias proposal for a new voluntary moratorium on nuclear testing The Soviet bloc and Cuba Cist the negative votes The committee then approved a US move to debate along with he Indian plan a USBritish res olution calling for a treaty to end ests under effective international control This vote was 5413 with 31 ab stentions The Soviet bloc Cuba Mali India and Senegal voted no VIost of the abstentions came rom nations that took part in the recent Belgrade conference of so called nonaligned nations At Washington Liberian Pres dent William V S Tubman re affirmed his opposition to Soviet esting after a one hour 20 minute meeting with President iennedy He was asked fay reporters if e would subscribe to a plea by resident Kwame Nkrumah o Ghanafor abandonment of So viet plans to detonate a 50meta on bomb I dont think he Khrush chev should have exploded any atom bomb after he promised not to be the first to resume testing the leader of Africas oldest republic said Weve been discussing the international situation gener ally particularly in reference to Africa and we talked about relations between the United States and Liberia Tubman said after the meeting The two presidents met an lour after Kennedy welcomed Tubman at the airport calling iim a symbol of stability and also of change in Africa Verwoerd gains reelection by a landslide JOHANNESBURG South Africa AP Prime Minister Hendrik ferwoerds racial segregationist National party clinched another ve years power in South Africa hursday from an allwhite elec orate The landslide victory was as ured when results from the vot ng on Wednesday showed the arty had captured 81 seats a majority in the new 156seat House of Assembly Four previously elected white representatives of South Africas colored people of mixed xvhite and black ancestry will also sit in assembly as independents The combined opposition had won only 46 seats so far Photofax YOUNGSTERS IN Driscoll 24 who won an Academy Award as a child actor has been committed to a narcotics rehabilitation center in California as an habitual user Hes shown at top left as a young sensation and at right as he is today Below Margery Michelmore 23 American Peace Corps member recalled from Nigeria after criticizing conditions in the country walks with Richard Ware a US government official at London airport Shes on her wav to Puerto Rico for reassignment SAME Was it 150 or 1500 Hubbub over size of a crowd NEWYORK APJPeace Corps Director Sargent Shriver said in the text of a prepared speech Wednesday that only 150 stu dents of a student body of more than 1500 attended a Nigeria meeting protesting Margery Mich Imorcs comments about squalor Earlier in the week Shriver Asked about the discrepancy said the idea of blowing up a riot of 150 people to between 800 and 1500 is the same line the Communists have been parrot ing The directors figure of 150 con in the African country He omitted trasled with the figure of 1000 thc comment on delivery I He spoke at a fundraising meet ing of the Young Womens Chris tian Association reported Sunday from Ibadan gcria by Associated Press corres pondent Robert N Lindsay who was at he rally Lindsay cabled the following re ply from Nigeria At the end of the students ral ly I asked the student union presi dent A E Dapo Falase who pre sided how many students he esti mated present Falase said How many do you think I replied From my experi ence of crowds in many parts of Africa I would say about 900 Falase said I know student crowds at this university and there are least 1000 here I said Would you mind check ing that with some of your col leagues Palate tsktd student un ion officials None of them gave an estimate of less than 1000 and two exceeded that figure Lindsay said that as far as could be determined no Peace
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