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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspapei Edited for VOL 100 The newspaper Associated PreujiBd United Press international Full Lease Wires if v G that m a k es BEVJAZETTE all North I o wans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 18 W2 HOME EDITION 7c a Paptr Consists o Two SectionsSection One1 No udget attacked by GOP V v 4F WASHINGTON High lights of President Kennedys budget message for fiscal 1963 the year beginning next July l BUDGET SURPLUS Spend ing will total billion up billion over the record level in the current fiscal year Revenues are estimated at 93 billion an increase of billion over f es ent levels This results In an es timated surplus of about 500 nil lion SPENDING SHIFT Deduc tions in spending for Q farm programs the postal deficit and temporary extended unemploy ment compensation permits in creases for education health housing and natural resource development without raising significantly total expenditures for domestic civil functions DEFENSE SPENDING i De fense budget is up billion over the current fiscal year to SHELTER PROGRAM The defense budget contains niil fion for a shelter program de signed to make space available for 50million persons This Includes for a costsharing program with state and local governments MILITARY ASSISTANCE Military assistance expenditures are declining to an estimated pillion in 1963 compared with billion five years earlier The more industrialized European countries have almost completely taken overthe cost of their own armament V FOREIGNI AID Expendi tures for economic and financial assistant to the developing na tions of the world have beenin creasing and are estimated at billion in 1963 These expend itures will rise further in later years as development loancom mitments being made currently are drawn upon ALLIANCE FOR Longterm authorization of bil lion proposed for the Affiance for Progress during the next four years Total support or Alliance for Progress fiscal 1963 estimated at more than billion including Food for Peace pro gram and loans from ExportIm port Bank and InterAmerican Development Bank SPACE RESEARCH An in crease of billion for space research to billion to con tinue a major stepup in the programs of the National Aero nautics and Space Administration in such fields as communications and meteorology and in the most dramatic effort of of space symbolized by an attempt to send a man to the moon and back safely to earth FARM SPEEDING Reduces the budget for farm programs from billionin current fiscal year to billion in fiscal 1963 in anticipation of savings from new farm proposals which I shall be presenting to Congress on com merce and transportation pro grams was cut from billion currently to billion in fiscal 1963 mainly due to an expected million increase in postal rates from revenue based ton economic expansion there will Te larger revenue collections asa result of strengthening the Inter nal Revenue Service with addi tional enforcement personnel Col lections are estimated to be in creased million during 1963 because of this effort DEBT LIMlTTo make the usual allowance fora margin of flexibility I urge prompt enact ment of ajtemporary increase of the debtlimit to billion to be available forthe remainder of this year and throughout fiscal 1963 The present temporary debt limit is oillion v FEDERAL tri able thegovernment to obtain and keep high quality personnel PresidentI Kennedy proposed a new salary schedule to bring career employe salaries at all ex cept the very top career levels into reasonable comparability with private enterprise salaries for the same level of work He also di rected a review of military pay scales to determine whether they should be adjusted North Partly cloudy con cold through Fri day Highs Friday zero to 5 below Lows Thursday io20 below Mostly cloudy continued cold through Friday Occa sional snow south Lows Thurs night 1012 below jjorthj zeroto 10 below south Highs Friday 5 below to 5 above Further outlook P a r 11 y cloudy I itt I e temperature change Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy con tinued cold Highs Friday zero to 10 below GlobeGazette weatherdata up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 12 Minimum 13 Precipitation trace of snow Sunrise Sunset Most of to military space Down down go lowers temperatures The mercury plunged far below zero in northern Iowa early Thurs day with only eastern sections of reporting abovezero LeMarsxeported alow of 19 be owjWaiJkbn had 18 below Spen cer 17 below Mason be low Waterloo 12 below and Du sfuqije below Other lows ranged up to one above at DavenporL Light snofv spread across south west and south central Iowa dur ing the pight but generally less than an inch of new snow was reported jThe mercury was expected to range from between 5 below arid 5 above Thursday the same as Wednesdays top readings which varied from 9 be low at Mason City to 7 above at Burlington Thursday nights forecast or lows ranging from 10 below n the south to 10 to 20 below in the north The Weather Bureau said the cold weather will continue at least through Saturday SAME for recordpeacetime spending of 925 billion and a wobbly surpiuS of milliona margin possible only if revenues rocket and the price of mailing a letter IS inClGeiSGQ The 1500page spending blueprint which covers the 1963 r starting July l foresees a spending rise of nearly pver the currentlevel More than 75 per cent of the increase would involve military and space programs expects ouUays to total slightl amount exceeded only twice before Revenues were estimated at billion unprecedented level bil lion higher than this years in come One tax cutwas provided for in the 7400word budget message which Kennedy sent to Capito Hill It called for repealof the 10 per cent tax bn rail bus and boat fares with later adjustmeh in aviation taxes N evys in a ufshell From Our Wire Serrlcts Bigspace week CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The United States will try next week to send a Ranger 3 space craft on a 66hour trip to the moon to take closeup pictures and land instru ments to record moon quakes The launching for Mqnday may kick off this nations greatest week in the space age Also set is the attempt to launch Astronaut John BT Glenn Jr into orbit while the Navy will to boost aloft five satel lites with a single rocket 3rd body found LOS bruised of a 53 yearold housewife has been found in her down stairs apartment Police said circumstances sur rounding the death par aHel e d the bludgeon deaths of two other wo men this month Cause of WASHINGTON The Inter American Peace Committee de nounced the Fidel Castro regimes tieswith com munism subversive ac tivities and violations of human rights as the prin cipal cause ofJriterna tibnaf tension in the Americas and constitute political aggressions V J T AL KS TO O P E N GUATEMALA utfGuatemaia and Britain will open talks in April on Guatemalas claim to British Honduras The new budget assumes tha the Berlin crisis will c bo 1 ofi enough to permit the return home by June 30 df military reserv ists mobilized last fall Any heightening of cold war tensions could prompt new hikes in de fense spending and wipe out the indicated surplus Kennedy also based his profec tions on an assumption that the economy will continue to expand briskly into 1963 though perhaps at a lesser rate as time passes The President said major eco nomic records be broken month after manthjvhiie the un employment rate will drop from 61 per cent to 4 per cent mid1963 R e p u b 1 lean lawmakers de nounced the new budget as a for mula for extravagance but most Democrats called it a sound pro gram for peace and prosperity House Republican whip Leslie C Arends of Illinois said the only hopeto make the budgets hair line balance come true was Republicans to the American peoples prayer for a reduction in government expendi turesl V ButSpeaker John W McCor mack DM a calledit a sound constructive budget geared to agreat and expanding future for the Worlds greatest country Arends said that while over estimating the income President Kennedy has underestimated the large scale builtin expenditures which his program would add to the cost of govern ment He termed it extravagant fis cal irresponsibility Rep John Taber RNY top GOP member of theHouseAppro priations Committee scoffed at Kennedys prediction of a million surplus Why does he request an increase in the debt limit if he thinks theres going to asurplus Taber asked Ehlerof rern ollv admitted robber of the low FBIagents Ed Fiint left andXou bank is led away from the Glemi right sit with SoWce of PROPOSED U S INCOME OUTGO Photofax Blames many debts of bank The lot of debts which Ross RayCarroll 68 said led him to rob a bank may remain unpaid for some time Carroll told offi cers in City Wednesday nightthat he intends to throw himself on the mercy of the court s He refused c n s a 1 and when ar raigned evening be southeast ofCharlesCity had been robHed of Officers saidthe banks money was still in a paper sack in the front seat of his car The last four numbers on Car rolls car played a big part in his quick capture Floyd County Sheriff LL Lane said Ronald S Wamsley assistant wiitottj j aOolOCCtlil fore USCommissioner Tomjcashier of the Plainfield bank Jolas on bank robberycharges He was charged gents of the federal Bureau of investi gation FBIV with robbing the Farmers State Bank pf Plain field of approximately Carroll was unable to post the bond fixed by Jolas and was taken to the Green Mill Cafe in Mason City ning meal before he was turned over by tHe FBI agents to the jail He who had been forced at gunpoint to stuff the money in theholdup mansbrown sack spotted the license plate on his car as he drove off The four plate numbers and a description of the car set off the search for Carroll a former op erator of an auto salvage yard at Sumner the sheriff said the suspect managed to evadeall roadblocks and had driven into Charles City and v XfUUJJtjr JdU X1C Vrllj dliU now awaits actioriby the US at a cafe for a hamburger District Court i before going home Carroll did hot look his 68 yearsnor did he appear at all dangerous as he walkeP info Jolas lawoffice He noddied to a newspaper reporter whom he had never seen before as he preceded FBI agents Glenn and W Funt pri vate office His hands were handcuffed ifi front of him Carroll husband of a Charles City junior high schoolteacher and father of an 11yearold gii1 was j arrested Wednesdayvin front of his home an holtr and 15 minutes after the Farmers State Bank at Plainfield 18 miles On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News i78900 Sports 1374 North Iowa News IS Latest Markets 16 Mason City News 1617 Clear Lake News 19 Comics 20 SHOE KING DIES ST LOUIS Mo itf Henry Rand 53 president of the huge International Shoe Co died in his sleep early Thursday He was met by officers as he drove up to his apartment and offered no resistance Officers learned that while Car roll was eating in the Trowbridge Cafe his car sat unlocked in a parking lot with the brown sack lying on the seat The sheriff said they also re covered a loaded 22 calibre pistol from the car Wamsley H C Stevens 65 bank president and Miss Shirley Bridges 18 a bookkeeper were in the bank whenthe gunman en tered and asked to make a with drawal Wamsley said theman then put the sack on the counter and ordered it filled up e Wamsley and Russell Spearman the bank cashier said they had never seen the gunman before Spearman said he was just re turning from lunch when the man ran out to his car but the cashier did not suspect anything was wrong Carroll operated an auto sal j vage yard at Sumner for many years before moving to Charles City in 1960 Police Chief D E Smith said Carroll was respected in this community Carroll also lived six years in Stanley and three years in Cres co before moving to Sumner and Charles City Because the bankis insured by the Federal Deposit ance Corp the robbery came under FBI jurisdiction Sheriff Lane said Carroll was resigned to the situation and Holland ready to negotiate Plea by UN answered FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES UNITED Neth erlands assured Acting Secre tary General Thant Thursday it would act with utmost re straint in its disputewith In donesia over West New Guinea Dutch Premier Jan E De Quay said in reply to an urgent message from Thant thaf his government would participate in discussions aimed at a peaceful settlement of the dispute De Quays message was an an swer to Thants stronglyworded request to the Netherlands and Indonesia to accept aus pices in settling their contro versy It was Thants third ap peal within a month Thant hoped to avert an erup tion of more violence in the dis pute v by acting as the third the negotiations He urged the two nations to refrain from any precipitate action following the sinking of an In donesian torpedo boat by the Dutch navy off New Guinea last Monday De Quay said the Netherlands forces in New Guinea have stu diously refrained from any ac tion which might aggravate the situation I am empowered to inform you thateven in the face of the continued threat of violence by Indonesian leaders and of mili tary preparations aimed against New Guinea which have been Nether lands forces in New Guinea are determined to continue in the attitude of utmost restraint the message said As yetthere waV ho answer from Indonesia to Thants lat est appeal The Dutch defense ministry announced that Indonesian navy Commodore SoeSarsb and Capt Wiratho were killed in Mondays clash Soedarso was deputy chief of staff the Indonesian navy its second highest officer Wiratno wascommanding officer aboard the motor torpedo boat which was sunk Chosen to head Hoover Library WASHINGTON tf Appoint ment of Holland Octave OAUier as director of the Hoover Li brary at West Branch Iowa was announced Wednesday by the General Services Adminis tration The library housing personal documents of Herbert Hoover is part of the memorial at West Branch where birthplace scenes of the former President have been restored The GSA said Hoover recom mended LAllier who is retiring from the Federal Bureau of in vestigation after 20 years of service LAllier a native of Wisconsin will be paid a year He now lives in nearby Ar lington Va Photo fax EXECUTIVE ARRESTED Sherwood H Egbert president of the strike bound Stude baker Packard Corp South Bend IndT was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after he reportedly offered to fight pickets in front of the companys plant He was re leased on bond The Stude bakerPackard plant has been shut down by a United Auto Workers strike since Jan 2 1   

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