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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 102 The newspaper Associated Press and United Press International FuU Lease Wires MOM EDITION that makes ail North I o wans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1962 lOc a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection One NO m BARNETT ON THE SCENE scene over th me attempt of a f to enroll at Photofax the University of Mississippi Here he waves to cheering students as he ar rives at a roadblock near the school Congress secrecy Junketing is prime topic By WILLIAM F ARBOGAST WASHINGTON UP Congress which criticizes executive agen cies for withholding information from the public often is much less than frank about its own ac tivities This is particularly true of of ficial travel or junketing or other expenses of the members The practice is more prevalen in the Senate than in the House It is almost im ii 10 I ill possible to find BACKGROUND out how much money a sena tor spends Un like the Senate the House makes avail able at a 11 Inc me uriiir times the staff THE NEWS payrolls of its members includ ing the names of individuals and their salaries The House also publishes annu ally a statement of foreign travel spending by its members and committees but the documenl lacks details and is long outdatec when made available The practice is more prevalent in the Senate than in the House It is almost impossible to find out how much money a senator spends Unlike the Senate the House makes available at all times the staff payrolls of its members including the names oi individuals and their salaries The House also publishes annu ally a statement of foreign travel spending by its and committees but the document lacks details and is long outdated when made available Executive agencies sometimes Invoke executive privilege in withholding information a prac tice criticized by a special House committee oh government infor mation President Kennedy has taken the position that this priv ilege may be invoked by agen cies only if he authorizes it Although Congress has erected few if any direct roadblocks in the path of the publics right to know whats going on the prob lem is one of getting access to congressional documents They are a matter of record some where Frustrations difficulties and de lays often plague newsmen trying to find out whats going on in the way of congressional junketing or the expenditure of public funds The information may no longer be news when finally obtained For example law requires an annual accounting by all con gressional committees and legis lators on expenses incurred while traveling on official business ei ther inside or outside the United States But the accounting does not Tiave to be made and published until after the first 60 days of each calendar year By that time the information can be a year old Even then it seldom is com plete Who got the better deal An exchange of tunes WASHINGTON UP The latest in the RussianU S cultural exchange department A Washington D C radio received a tape from Moscow containing the Soviet Top Ten tunes The station immediately dispatched a tape of the Washington areas top ten to Moscow The trade was initiated four months ago when a WWDC official sent Soviet Premier Khrushchev a letter suggesting the top ten pop record deal The package from Moscow contained no acknowledgment from Khrushchev or for that matter any acknowledgment at all A WWDC spokesman listed the Soviet top ten in this order The Peartree Evening Bells The Broad and Rolling Steppe From a Far Off Land All Alone t Stand in the Road Do Not Blame Me Do Not S c o I d Me At the Smithy and Will J Wont I The station said tunes nine and 10 were untranslatable In exchange the station sent the Soviets the likes of Alley Cat I Remember You Lie to Me You Dont Know Me You Beat Me to the Punch Monster Mash If 1 Had a Hammer What Kind of Fool Am I and King of the Whole Wide World l The Weather Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 5 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are from 67 to 73 and normal lows from 45 to 51 degrees A warming trend is expected Saturday and Sunday turning cooler Wed nesday Rainfall will be light occurring as scattered showers near the end of the period North Iowa Generally fair and warmer through Saturday Lows Friday night in the 40s Highs Saturday near 70 Iowa Generally fair through Sat urday Warmer west and north Friday night and over state Sat urday Low Friday night 40s northeast to near 50 southwest High Saturday in the 70s Out look for cloudy and mild Minnesota Fair continued pleas ant Highs Saturday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 61 33 43 60 25 N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES trek ends f Utah A pf modern pioneers finished a 1300mile trek by wagon train from Min nesota to Utah and rolled into its new home town be hind a blaring band Oring Gulbranson beset by ill ness and business failure earlier in 1962 led the four wagon train carrying his wife and eight children from St Cloud Minn on July 4 seeking a new life in Utah the home of his adopted Mormon religjon A Shakeup in Red China TOKYO Red Chinas all powerful Communist party shook up its leadership and publicly admitted that there have been errors in the countrys agricul tural and economic administration Foreign aid money restored WASHINGTON The Senate will take up next week a foreign aid money bill that would restore nearly million of the billion the House cut out of the program The Senate Appropriations com mittee approved the bill with the added money also tomrrg down the Houses restrictions on aid for Com munist nations such as Poland and Yugoslavia and nations doing business with Cuba Must uphold laws Ike HERSHEY Pa Former President Dwight D Eisenhower says federal laws must be enforced to admit Negro James H Meredith as a student to the University of Mississippi Eisenhower here for a Pennsylvania Republican fundraising dinner said he is positive the Kennedy administration will do some thing otherwise the federal government and the fed eral judiciary will be completely defied Barnett doesnt show at contempt hearing Truce report denied 700 marshals are poised WASHINGTON The Jus tice Department denying re ports of a weekend truce be tween AUy Gen Robert F Ken nedy and Mississippi Gov Ross R Barnett declared it will proceed with its plans in the University of Mississippi deseg regation crisis Edwin Guthman Justice De partment information officer stated the departments position after learning of reports from Mississippi that a truce had re sulted from telephone conversa ions between Kennedy and Bar nett I just want to say that its not true Guthman told news men We intend to proceed in this matter to meet the situation as it develops During the time this reported agreement was being negotiated a detachment of Army Engineers moved into Memphis ready to ex tend administrative and logistic support to a huge force of US marshals massed at Millington Nay aV Air Station The 110man engineer unit providing supplies meals admin istrative services and possibly ar range living quarters for the 7X An Army spokesman empha sized that the engineers will have absolutely nothing to do with af fairs in Mississippi They will re main at Memphis 50 miles north of Oxford The engineers first federal troops to be ordered to any kind of duty in connection with the de fiance Of court orders by Missis sippis top officials arrived at he Memphis Naval Air Station at 3 am after a 200mile overnight rip from Ft Campbell Ky Their 49truck convoy included tractor railers carrying heavy equip ment tractordrawn vans jeeps and other vehicles At Dallas Tex former Maj Gen Edwin A Walker said thou ands of Americans everywhere are volunteering to join his con ervative crusade to help Missis ippi Gov Ross Barnett If fed eral troops enter Mississippi Walker said he has been assured le can lead 10000 Louisiana vol unteers to Barnetts aid Walker vho commanded federal troops in he desegregation of Little Rock Ark schools said other offers of help are pouring in L P Davis chairman of the Vew Orleans White Citizens Council wired Walker pledging he Louisiana volunteers He also said he had been informed that Mississippi was ready with 150000 rolunteers Walker now a spokesman for conservative causes started his crusade from his flagflanked mansion in the heart of one of Dallas most fashionable residen iai districts Since he issued his appeal he said three telephones lave been ringing every two min utes offering aid and assistance o Gov Barnett If troops move into Mississippi I will be there the former gen eral said PUFFPUFF WASHINGTON un Ameri cans will smoke 4975 billion cig arettes this year spending a record total of billion for hem the Agriculture Depart ment predicted Friday Photofax and Vickie escaped without serious in r T j irr m cvnu v unic cscuytju wiinout serious in Rae Reed 17 Tulsa Okla lies inside jury Dick Grant a Tulsa World pho whileit bal tographer was off work but witnessed ances on its top The car struck two the accident He borrowed another pho top camera to snap this dra supported the weight of the small car matic picture Pocket veto now faces private pensions tax ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON The Senate Yiday gave final congressional approval to a controversial pen ion plan tax bill for selfem iloyed Backers immediately moved to prevent President Ken icdy from killing it with a pock it veto The measure which passed lie Senate by a 708 vote has een sought by professional groups for more than a decade 3Ut is strongly opposed by the SAME DATE Treasury Department To forestall a possible pocket eto Sen George Smathers D Ma announced he would insist hat remaining money bills to un the government be held off he floor for three days as re quired by Senate rules He said he wanted to make ertain that Congress would not adjourn for 10 days With Con gress in session a President must allow a bill to become law after that time or else veto it and give Congress a chanceto iverride him After Congress adjourns how ver a president can pocket ve o a bill by refusing to sign it In a related development the Senate Finance Committee over rode administration objections by voting a tax break for retired persons with substantial in comes The committee approved and sent to the Senate floor a Housepassed measure to give retirement income beneficiaries roughly the same tax exemp tion as that received by Social Security beneficiaries The bill would increase the maximum retirement income exempt from taxation from a year to It would cost the Treasury an estimated mil lion a year The measure would permit professional persons small merchants and other selfem ployed to set aside up to a year free of taxes as contri butions toward retirement plans Treasury officials esli compromise by HouseSenate On the inside Editorials Page 4 Mason City News 67 Latest Markets 7 Society News 89 Sports TTI2 North Iowa News 15 Comics 6 Clear Lake News 17 mate the bill would cost the government million a year in lax revenues Under the worked out conferees selfemployed per sons would be allowed to put 10 per cent of their earnings into a private pension plan the investment could not total more than a year They could deduct half of the amount from their income tax bills or a maximum of a year The bill requires that the selfemployed persons must offer comparable retirement benefits to all his employes with three or more years of service Such contributions made on behalf of employes would be fully tax deductible The measure also requires that selfemployed persons can not draw on their retirement funds until age The provisions requiring cov erage for all employes and giv ingthem vested rights were de signed to insure faona fide pen sion plans and to prevent selfemployed persons from us ing the legislation merely as a device to avoid taxes PLANE SURVIVORS NEAR ANT WERP Survivors of Flying Tiger airliner which was ditched in Atlantic Sunday 500 miles off Irish coast are shown in borrowed clothing at rail of rescue ship Celerina as it neared Ant werp Belgium From left are M Sgt Peter A Foley South Bend Ind Capt Photofax Juan A FigueroaLongo Santurce Puerto Rico his wife Carmen stew ardess Carol Ann Gould holding pa Lyndhurst N J airliner pilot Capt John D Murray Oyster Bay N Y who has bandage over forehead injury and an unidentified woman Move by lawyer fails Court action in Mississippi KOJI OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW ORLEANS Gov Ross arnett again defied a federal ourt by refusing to appear at ontempt hearings on his re isal to admit a Negro to the Tniversity of Mississippi The US Fifth Circuit Court Appeals first granted per mission for John C Satterfield ormer president of the Amer can Bar Association to rcpre ent Barnett as a friend of the ourt But after several wit esses had been heard the ourt reversed itself and said he Mississippi governor could ot be represented by counsel The court met here to hear Barges against the rebellious overnor who has repeatedly to bow to federal orders hat he admit Negro James Meredith Barnett sent a formidable battery of lawyers headed by Satlerfield Gov Barnett is not in court Salterfield advised the judges Meredith attended the hear ing accompanied by attorneys Constance Baker Motley and Jack Greenberg of the National Association for the Advance ment of Colored People NAACPJ A large crowd gathered for he historic court hearing Fed ral security officers used waJk etalkies to communicate with ach other in handling the rowd Previously court sources had aid since the charge was civil ontempt Barnett could be tried i absentia The court ordered Barnett to apear to show cause why he hould not be held in contempt or three times blocking Mere iths entrance to the university John Barrett attorney for the S Justice Department began ailing witnesses to testify about ttempts to serve the courts sum ions on Barnett Edward Wadsworth clerk of he court testified he airmailed summons to Barnett on the ight of Sept 25 with a request or a receipt He never got one e said he also sent a telegram Barnett The next witness was Deputy S Marshal Warren Emerson ho said he took a summons to arnetts office in Jackson and as turned away by state police A woman in Gov Barnetts fice opened the door a little t Emerson said and I told sr who I was and that I had a aper for the governor She slam nod the door in my face The witness said he then ex ained his mission to a state po ceman who refused to identify himself He quoted the policeman as saying You better not leave that paper I said what would happen if I dropped the paper on the floor Emerson testified and the po liceman replied Marshal do not drop that paper on the floor As one policeman to another I ad vise you not to drop it llth diphtheria case reported SIOJJX CITY diph theria outbreak in this v city spread to a fourth family Friday as health officials announced confirmation of the lllh case of the disease which last week claimed the life of a 12yearold girl Latest to be stricken was Dora Kooperman 13 a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jake Kooperman The Kooperman family lives in the same general area on the east side where the other three families reside t
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