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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Doily Newspaper for GITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL The newspaper Awociated Preu tad United Preu laUnutioul Full LCKM that mokes all North I o wans MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBER IS W2 neighbors lOc a Paper of Two No 239 d still OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon said Thursday the Kennedy adminis tration is goihg forward with plans for sizable tax cuts de spite the prospect of another budget deficit and inevitable in in plans tr creases in government spending ing both individuals and busi Dillon described the tax re ness firms ductionreform program now be ing drafted as aimed at long uie ei range lightening of the drag of quick shot in the arm the entire tax system on He said this was a drag affect A matter of billing the stars Whos first for credits By JOE HYAMS New York Herald Tribune News Service HOLLYWOOD The biggest problem facing most film pro ducers today is not raising money to finance their or getting a distributor or for that matter hiring a cast The big problem is determining the billing name wiU go ahead of whose in the film and in the ads Usually billing is a sticky problem solved by lawyers and agents only after hours or argu ment and compromise When Twentieth Century Foxs Cleopatra is released next May Richard Burtons name will be listed above Rex Harri sons that is unless Harrison is knighted before then in which case his name will go above Burtons but only in Great Britain Elizabeth Taylors name however will top them both Sometimes producers with large cast attempt to solve the billing problem by listing per formers alphabetic all y Today when so many pictures have stars in walkon or cameo parts the matter of billing can be a real headache Stanley Kramer for example has 117 speaking parts in Its A Mad Mad Mad Mad World of which 48 are handled by per formers accustomed to receiv ing star or featured billing in pictures The simple solution would be to list the stars alphabetically but that plan seemed doomed even before Kramer began working on the million com edy because Spencer Traceys contract flatly specifies that his name like Abou Ben Adhems lead all the rest The United Artists billing de partment came up with a form ula that seemed acceptable Traceys name would indeed lead all the rest but following his name all billing was lo be alphabetical and in categories To achieve this without any one Kramer set up a billing system under which some per formers were listed as star ring others as also starring and still others as costarring Behind this came the designa lion featuring immediately behind T r a c e y comes Milton Berle Sid Caesar Buddy Hackett Ethel Merman Mickey Ronney Dick Shawn MicKey Konney Dick snawn V Phil Silvers TerryThomas and Clarion died Wednesday An au Jonathan Winters The s tonsv showwl thp u category is simpler with onlyswajlowec a piece of 7nTiorothy Prowhich Became lodged were followed He finally settled crayon for last postion with the proviso that his name be alone on dead whcn she went jn t screen preceded by the word on her duri a in 0rtmJ The beginning of the list also S1 created a problem when Rochester Anderson and ends with the Three Stooges The billing matter was set tled to everyones satisfaction until practical poker Phil Silvers raised a new issue Ive become very much of Francophile Silvers an nounced deadpan to Kramer I am changing my name Sil ver in French is argent You will therefore please change my name to Phil by strange coincidence comes alphabetically ahead of Milton Berle NEXT naut Leroy Gordon Cooper Jr right discusses a medical chart with DrErnest Mc Cutcheon of Project Mercury Cooper was named to make next US maninspace flight a 24hour orbital scheduled in April mission Rain snow and colder for lowans Cloudy weather moved into Iowa Thursday with the pros pect of scattered rain and even snow flurriesrin some section to break up the balmy spell The weather bureau expected cloudy skies to cover Iowa for the next few days as the moist air waited for a collision with colder Canadian air pushing down from the north The intermixture with the Ca nadian air mass was expected to set the stage for scattered light rain showers across Iowa Thursday night and Friday The rain may be mixed with some snow over the northern and ex treme western portions Winds shifting to northerly Friday were expected to drop readings to the upper 30s north west and to near 50 degrees southeast Saturdays outlook was forecast to bring mostly cloudy skies and continued colder temperatures along with light showers in the south and central counties and showers mixed with snow flurries in the north Bit of crayon is fatal to Clarion tot CLARION Funeral services for a 14monthold girlwho iT i jfmuuintua girl wno VS thK strangledona piece of crayon nmorfiatplw hphinrf T r a p v t will be held here Friday Peggy Sue Biddle a daughter of Mr and Mrs Phillip Biddle the infant had vine qualified The third category provides a headache however Jimmy the girl had enlarged lymph Durante refused to be listed glands brought on by a cold crayon in her esophagus Dr Robert McCool Wright lounty medical examiner said giauus urougnc On DV a COld sixth as would be the case if anc that hcr air a strict alphabetical designation Off by that condition and the Monument to U2 pilot wore followed He finallv settled MrsBiddlc found her child is SAME DATE1H1545 Safety Department Tlfv BUtk Flg Meani Death fc 24 Its goal will not be he said merely to give the economy a juick shot in the arm as an the antidote for a temporary cycli cal anemia Dillon in a speech delivered at a White House Laborman agement conference on fiscal and monetary policy revealed no specifics of administration tax planning Rather he empha sized dissatisfaction with the re cent performance of the econ omy and the need to stimulate economic demand and business incentives by reduction in the overall tax load The Cuban crisis the new international tensions do not alter the need for general tax relief the secretary said What they point up he continued is something we already knew that we cannot delay tax re form indefinitely in the vain hope that tax reduction can be matched by cutbacks in spend ing Dillon said the administration believes firmly in and will pur sue vigorously economy and efficiency in government However he said there is simply no possibility within the foreseeable futurethat expendi tures can be reduced below cur rent levels In fact the expand ing demands imposed by the cold war and by our growing population will make some in crease inevitable The government estimates that in fiscal 1963 which ends next June 30f there will be a deficit of billion the second argest in peacetime In another tax development President Kennedys chief eco nomic adviser said he feels cor poration taxes should be cut next year by about 10 per cent Walter Heller said the overall businessreduction should be about billion Sunday closing law is upheld ST LOUIS Missouri Sunday closing law was upheld 21 Wednesday by a threeman Fed eral Court Judge Marion C Matthes of the US Court of Appeals cast the dissenting vote saying the state law is unconstitutional Chief US District Judge Roy W Harper and US District Judge John K Regan ruled the 136year old state statute is not in viola tion of the federal Constitution On the inside Editorials page 4 CubGazette g Society News 91011 Sports 1314 Latest Markets u Mason City News 1617 Comics ij Clear Lake News i North towa News 20 SHENANDOAH AP Manag er Gary Borland returned to the Voohvorth store after business hours Wednesday night and hear ug a noise saw a keyhole saw naking a hole in the ceiling Berland went outside and called police who came and watcted the saw with considerable interest Deputy Sheriff Tom Gumming and Shenandoah Patrolman Le loy Whitehill went to the second loor of the twostory building and nterrupted two men in the act of making a hole in the floor Above them was a hole in the ceiling And above that was a hole in he roof Officers said the men gave their names as Larue Small 25 and SPARKLEMTB Harry Lev 375000 for the gem at the of other Jewels of the late Mrs Wild storm hits midAtlantic At 5 ships in distress At least five ships caught in a huge Atlantic storm with hur ricaneforce winds and moun tainous seas at its center sent out distress calls Thursday The 25man crew aboard the 442foot Greek freighter SS Captain George carrying an ex plosivesladen cargo remained on ship 300 miles northeast of Give your fair share THE COMMUNITY CHEST N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ing New Orleans bound for Port Said Egypt The Weather Bureau said the storm reaching outward almost 1000 miles from its center a deep low pressure area 300 miles east southeast of Boston was moving slowly toward Nova Scotia The Coast Guard dispatched the cutter Mendota to a point 80 miles northwest of Bermuda after the 65foot schooner Cur lew with six persons aboard re ported it was temporarily abandoning the yacht The Curlew said it was taking over its decks and had lost steerage The Coast Guard said US Navys 128foot transport New Bedford reported it was Cancels sponsorship CHICAGO The Kemper Insurance Co said it witharew sponsorship of an American Broadcasting Co ABC news show because of the appearance of Alger Hiss on a previous ABC program concerning Richard Nixon The network earlier had rejected a move by the Schick Safety Razor Co to cancel a mil liondollar advertising contract because of the same reason GREENVILLE S C The City of Greenville is raising funds to erect a monument to Maj Rudolf Anderson Jr the only known casualty of the Cuban crisis Anderson of Greenville was shot down and killed on a U2 reconnaissance flight over Cuba Cuba settlement No item WASHINGTON Chancellor Konrad Adenauer wound up two days of White House talks in apparent agreement with President Kennedy that a Cuba set tlement must precede any new Western peace move on Berlin Indian troops on offensive NEW DELHI India Indian troops have launched their strongest offensive in the undeclared Himalayan border war with the Communist Chinese The attacks were carried out on the northeastern frontier spread fire through its holds The tanker Virginia stood by to takf the crew aboard in 30foot seas and galeforce winds A report said sulphur stored in anafterhold was ablaze and the freighters captain said there was danger fire might spread to other holds contain ing oil and explosives The Coast Guard said the explosive bombs not de scribed further were loaded aboard the ship during a stop at St Marys Ga after leav disabled with 123 aboard off the New coast The Coast Guard said no rescue vessels had been dis patched because it was in no immediate danger The 73foot scalloper Monte Carlo and the fishing vessel Moonlight both out of Nan tucket sent May Day dis tress signals by radio saying they were taking on water in routh seas off Georges Bank The Monte Carlo 150 miles southeast of Nantucket reported 53 mileanhour winds Two Coast Guard seaplanes with waterpumping equipment on board were sent to aid the vessels while the cutter Spare was sent to the Monte Carlo Caught in the act A in ceiling Victor Frey 26 both of Dei Moines They had reached the roof with a ladder found in the alley and had used the same ladder to climb from the roof to the ceiling then lo the secondfloor office two refused to open the of fice door but gave up without re sistance after Gumming kicked it open Officers said one of the men hada 22 caliber pistol They wore coveralls over suits white shirts and ties The men also had with therh drills a saw a hammer a crow bar a chisel and a pair of two way radios officers said The radios led officers to specu late about whether a third person was involved The men were held in the Paga County jail for questioning The North Iowa Cloudy occasional rain mixed with some snow Thursday night and north por tion Friday Lows Thursday night in mid 30s Turning colder Friday highs in the 40s Iowa Cloudy occasional light rain Thursday night and Fri day becoming mixed with some snow north and extreme west Friday Lows Thursday night 30s northwest 4550 southeast Highs Friday 30s northwest to the 50s southeast Further outlook Mostly cloudy and cold Saturday scattered light showers or rain south and snow flurries north Minnesota Cloudy scattered snow with locally one to three inches likely central Colder Highs in the 30s weather dataup persons England to 8 am Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset 32 39 Sports bulletin IOWA CITY W A new threeyear contract with a 500 a year salary increase was announced Thursday for Iowa head football coach Jerry Burns The 36yearold coach who twice this season was hanged in effigy had more than a year to go on his pres ent contract which would have expired Jan 1 1964 Greene youth fatally shot 11yearold boy who had planned to go hunting on a day off from school ac cidentally shot and killed him self Thursday at his farm home near here Ronald Butzlaff son of Mr and Mrs Daryl Butzlaff was struck in the head by the shot gun blast in his home The fifth grader whose class had been given a day off from school had just loaded the gun to start out on the hunting trip The couple has three other children all boys Pea body declared victor in election BOSTON UPI Democrat Endicott Pcabody beat Repub lican Gov John A Volpe by 3091 votes for governor an of ficial count showed Thursday The statesupervised count of the Nov 6 election gave Pea body 1051653 votes and Volpe 1048562 WORTH HIS WEIGHT IN GOLD Indian Pime Minister Nehru examines part of the 148 pounds of gold given to him as a gift on his 73rd birthday in New Delhi Bearded man second from left is Pratap i jgu Kairon chief minister of Punjab state who led the Punjab delegation making the presentation Ei The 148 represented Nehrus Aplus tw for measure It is worth at world prices and is to go into the national defense fund to help carry on the fight acrainst Red Chinas invasion Security scare in England Lawmaker is implicated LONDON leading ex pert on Britains security system Thursday began an investigation of sensational rumors that a gov ernment minister planned to flea to the Soviet Union with a homo sexual Spy PrimeMinister Macmillan in a startling statement to the House of Commons Wednesday called for a trial of truth and named Lord Radcliffe 63 as the head of a tribunal with sweeping powers to look into the rumors and the state of governmentsecurity The spy alarmwas heightened by Charles Ian OrrEwing civil lord of the admiralty who said in a speech that thousands of Communist secret agents are op erating in Britain Macmillan himself warned that hostile intrigue and espionage are being relentlessly maintained on a large scale in Britain and that massive efforts are being made by every possible method to undermine our security His statement was prompted by rumor that Thomas Galbraith ormer civil lord of the admiral y and the secondranking civilian fficial there planned to defect to he Soviet Union with William ohn Vassall Vassall an admiralty clerk onfessed at his trial last month hat the Soviets used his homo exuality to blackmail him into PVing for them for six years Ha vas jailed for 18 years Lord RadcliHes tribunal also vill investigate a press report thnt t was known for 18 months be ore Vassalls arrest last Seplem that there was a spy in idmiralty This will be Lord Radcliffes econd inquiry into government ecurity He led an investigation t intelligence services after George Blake a foreign office in elligence agent turned traitor vas jailed for 42 years last year told Parliament a dark cloud of suspicion and in nuendo has surrounded Galbraith he former admiralty minister vho last week resigned as under ccetary for Scotland Vassall had worked for him at the admir alty and a number of brief seem ngy innocent letters from the minister to the clerk were found n Vassalls apartment It is no good beating about h declared the prime mints er What was being spread about was that ht was guilty of a pcrvctcd or immoral associa tion with Vassal As Macmillan spoke Galbraith 45 married and the father of Iwo children sat whitefaced on the Conservative benches behind him He is a member of the House of Commons from Glas gow A British newspaperman Mac millan said claimed he had been told by the police or security services that Vassall before his arrest Sept 12 intended to join Galbraith in Italy The implication said Macmillan wasthat Galbraith either intended to defect to the Soviet Union or help Vassall do so   

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