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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Cold wave grips South story on page HOME EDITION To probe new Cuban buildup WASHINGTON UP Sen Wayne Morse has ordered an im mediate Senate investigation into reports of a new roundtheclock Soviet military buildup in Cuba State Department officials will f DeGaulle I unpopular in Britain Strong views are galling By TOM LAMBERT New York Herald Tribune News Service LONDON Britains 16th century poet Sir Philip Sidney a man of sensitive feeling and shrewd discernment once called France that sweet enemy It is doubtful if Sir Philip published those words today if his adjective would go unchal lenged or uncontested More than likely some Briton shak ing with rage would bawl What about that blankety blank DeGaulle Because no matter what their feelings about his country a mounting wave of resentment and anger is building up among Britons against Frances tower ing leader Charles dcGaulle The man in the pub who has had a kind of amused tolerance for the French leader is now sputtering across his mug of bitters that he is guilty of every thing from cynicism to double dealing to trying to do us in Some officials jaw muscles tighten and their eyes turn cold ly bleak now just at the mention of his name This wave of feeling stems most immediately from De Gaulles blunt statement that he does not want Britain in the Common Market now If any thing that was a more painful twist of the lions tail than Americas recent subtraction of the Skybolt missile from Britains prospective weapons locker Though Britons sometimes are inclined to forget they spurned after World WarII the leader ship of Europe that DeGauHe now is trying to assume that they tore up their invitations to join the Common Market when it was being formed and later tried to torpedo it the French leaders bold statement that he wants no part of them has wounded angered and af fronted people here In effect he has given them the thumb in the eye Worse they know there is nothing they can do about it and this is as galling as what he said and ap parently intends to do to keep them out of the Common Market To some Britons who recall they gave DeGaulle aid and shelter during the war and then helped liberate his country sometimes forgetting they gave him abad time earlier in the war the French president dismissal of them from Europe is a callous return of a favor To his implication that Britain has made no concessions to entry into the Common Market they reply that this country ha accepted most of its funda mental policies To his contention Britain i insular they reply that the kind of Europe he seems to want i even more insular and re stricted To his talk of a Europeai community they reply he ob viously wants a Europe founded on a French planet with it neighbors dutiful satellite under French control Instead of uniting Europe some Briton say DeGauile seems bent on roping and hogtying it and of preventing the concept of unity In the Britain which only i few weeks ago was bubbling with antiAmericanism De Gaulles statements on Europe and the Common Market ha had another effect and one which may prompt the French leader suspicious of any sign of an AngloAmerican linkage to say I told you so It has led many Britons to think the Americans arent so bad after all less so even than the French Photofax ROYALTY Princess Anne Marie of Denmark 16 and her 22yearold fiance Crown Prince Gonstantine of Greece wave to crowd from balcony of royal palace in Copenhagen Their engagement was announced Wednesday With the couple is the princes mother Queen Frederika Sixth remap plan offered DES MOINES UP The sixth proposed legislative reapportionment plan of the 1963 session was filed in the Iowa Senate Thursday The measure introduced by Rep Richard Turner RCounci Bluffs would base the House apportionment primarily on th number of votes cast by each county in gubernatorial elections Other plans on file base apportionment on areas or population The Turner plan would leave the 50member Senate as it is Every county would havte at least one member in the House House representation would be determined by dividing the of votes cast in a partic iilar county in a gubernatoria election into the states total vote N ews in a utshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Strike threat SEATTLE In ternational Association of Machinists ordered a for governor in that election The resulting number would be the factor on which representa tion is based A county casting four times that number of votes for example would have four representatives Turner said the formula ap plied to the 1962 gubernatorial election would give nine repre Saturday strike against sentatives to Polk County five Boeing Co jet and mis to four to Hawk three each to Dubuque and Pot sile plants from Gape Canaveral to Seattle in the nations latest out burst of labor unrest To get Polaris ROME The govern ment gave its approval to a new atomic strategy believed to be the with drawal of landbased US Jupiter missiles from Italy and their replace ment with Polaris mis sile submarines U S backing NEW DELHI U S and British air forces will take over the air de India if there are any signs of Commu n i s t China preparing bomber strikes informed sources claimed More talks NEW YORK Nego tiations in three cities hold the k e y to settle ment of the costly East and Gulf Coast maritime strike Obstacles to end ing the 33dayold strike developed in N e Orle ans Mobile Ala and Galveston Tex where local differences delayed acceptance of a contract proposed by President Kennedys board of me diators CASH PLEASE TOKYO trade minister Hajime Fukuda said Thursday Red China will have to pay cash on the line for any future purchases from Japan SAM D AT El 96227 miHion credit The newspaper that mokes all North lowaris neighbors MASON CITY VOL 102 5e the first to appear before the Oregon Democrats LatinAmeri an Affairs subcommittee when he inquiry gets under way Sat urday A massive Soviet arms buildup L Cuba last year precipitated a najor EaslWest crisis But fol owing an agreement with Presi ent Kennedy Soviet Premier ihrushchev ordered the remova f offensive missiles and je jombers and tensions eased Since then the administration IHS maintained a reassuring atti ude Just two weeks ago Secre ary of State Dean Rusk was quoted as having told the Senat Relations Committee he vas convinced all Soviet missiles and bombers classed as offensive lad been removed By contrast that very day Sen enneth B Keating RNY con ended that Prime Minister Fide astro is 10 times bette jquipped militarily than he wa ast spring The new flurry over Sovie arms in Cuba was cappe Wednesday by a New York Time news service report that the So viet Union is building highl sophisticated ground and air de Censes in Cuba Keating said however he ha nformation confirmed by off cial government sources tha Soviet weapons have been pourin nto Cuba He said they includ VI1G fighter planes and torped wats capable of carrying or fir ng nuclear weapons Morse said he has no specL knowledge about an arms build up Sen Barry Goldwater RAriz said he will ask the Armed Serv ces Committee of which he is previous day a member to look into the situa Low temperatures Thursday ranged from 15 below at Waukon State and Defense Department 7 below at Lamoni Highs officials contend Soviet arms supWednesday were from zero at plied Cuba are at about the same GLOBEG MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 24 1943 10c a copy m Make income t Kennedy Mercury on its way up Winter became somewhat more bearable in Iowa Thursday as temperatures began to rise slow ly However below zero readings were reported everywhere in the state Thursday morning but they were up considerably from the Sioux City and Council Bluffs to vuMu CIL c ciLrtjut Lire oaHltJ evel as at the beginning of the 12 Delow at Dubuque year By these accounts Castros arsenal included more than 100 MIG fighters 500 antiaircraft mis siles at 24 sites 40 coast defense L missiles about 350 medium and heavy tanks and 7500 to 10000 Temperatures Thursday after noon were expected to climb to as high as 15 above and lows Soviet bloc trucks The arms buildup report and scheduling of the Morse probe pushed to the background a run ning debate over the disastrous 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion Goldwater proposed Wednesday an investigation by the Armed Services Committee Chairman tawattamie and one to every other county Turner a lawyer said his plan is better than others be cause it would provide for House reapportionment every four years instead of every 10 years and would encourage citi zens to turn out to vote in order to boost their countys legisla tive strength In counties with more than one representative district judges would divide the county into dis tricts with each district to elect one House member The Senate has set aside next Tuesday to debate the issue Meanwhile an income tax re vision bill was given final legis lative approval by the House and sent to the governor The measure which makes Iowas law conform to federal statutes in granting a 7 per cent depre ciation credit on machinery and equipment won approval in the lower chamber 1041 and several other have charged the GOLDWATER MORSE Richard B Russell DGa said if military and defense and not involved the committee would look into them Goldwater Republicans administration withdrew air cover support for the Cuban exile inva sion forces They took issue with Atty Gen Robert F Kennedys statement that no air cover was ever planned and therefore could not have been withdrawn Former President Eisenhower said Thursday that no plan was drawn up during his administra tion for air cover i On the inside Editorials Page 4 CubGazette 6 Clear Lake News 7 Society News 89 Sports 1M2 North Iowa News 13 Latest Markets 14 Mason City News1415 Comics 16 the north to 5 above in the south It was 2 above in Mason City at 2 pm Thursday with the mercury on the rise That con trasted with 22 below during th early stages of the 24hour re portingperiod Wednesday A shift in winds from northerlj to southerly eased the bitter col weather of the past few days Clouds will appear Thursdaj night and Friday bringing the possibility of scattered light snow In Fort Dodge 11 Industrie have sharply cut back employ ment and production for more than two weeks because of cur tailed gas allotments There were similar curtailments for 10 days last month The industries have interrupt We type contracts with lowaIlli nois Gas Electric Co This type of contract calls for lower gas rates but also provides for a cut off cr curtailment of gas in time of greater need by the utility for its firm customers TheWeathei Thursday night lows 10 be low Partly cloudy with chance of a few snow flurries Friday high 5 Iowa Generally fair Thursdaj night not so cold south ant extreme cast lows 510 below Partly cloudy with a few snow flurries Further Friday highs 515 outlook Partlj Tax plan in brief WASHINGTON UPI President Kennedys tax program at a glance itemized deductions to those in excess of 5 per cent of the taxpayers income This would recapture billion of proposed billion cut in individual income taxes individual income tax rates from present 20to91 per cent range to 14 to 65 per cent over three years cut corporate rates from present 52 to 47 per cent over two years tax advantages for persons over 65 Marking mothers professional athletes and oth ers tougher treatment for oilgas industry stock op tions and stock dividends are Congress will approve a major tax cut this year but without some of revenue producing reforms Kennedy wants How tax cut would work WASHINGTON UP For somet A married man with two chil Americans an end to income taxesfor most a cut for a handful a boost thats the in tent of President Kennedys pro posed tax changes And for 65 million Ameri cans the changes also would mean a shift in the way hey figure their taxes Those 65 million taxpayers would be nudged from itemizing their deductions into taking the standard 10 per cent deduc tion For them this would make the tax cut less juicy than it might have been President Kennedy said he does not want the changes to start until later this year and take full effect until 1965 And they wont take effect at all if Congress does not approve them At present single persons with incomes of and married couples with incomes of must pay some taxes The Pres ident has recommended adopt dren has an adjusted gross in come of Now he itemizes his deductions contributions state and local taxes medicalex penses and others and deducts His total iax is Under the changes he could de duct only But because of the proposed tax cuts by 1965 his total income tax despite his lower deductions would be a cut of for him Another typical taxpayer also with two children has an income North Iowa Ge n e r a 11 y fair a mjnimum standard deduc Unveils his big program WASHINGTON Kennedy urged Congress Thursday to cut taxes by billion this year as the first step toward an eventual 18 per cent slash in average Americans tax bill Setting forth the longawaited details of his ambitious and con troversial tax program in a 12 special message Ken nedy asked that the 1963 cuts be made retroactive to Jan 1 However the pocketbook effect on individuals would only come if and when a new tax law was enacted and employers began withholding less tax money from paychecks Kennedy assumes perhaps optimistically that this can be done by July l Proposed tax savings to to parceled out over a threeyear period would go as high as 39 per cent for nearly 10 million low income householders At the up per end of the income scale the average cut would be 9 per cent The Kennedy program aimed at squirting fiscal adrenalin into the economic bloodstream would combine billion of individual and corporate rate cuts with billion of revenueraising changes n timehonored special tax bene fits The net tax reduction thus would be billion And Kennedy cautioned that if any of the revenueraising chang cloudy with below normal tern peratures Saturday Minnesota Partly cloudy little temperature change Highs Friday zero to 12 below GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 7 Minimum 22 Sunrise Sunset tion This would have the effect A of letting people stand free of 3000 taxes until their incomes reach 7500 if they are single or 10000 if they are married Between 15000 750000 and a million Americans 20000 would go off the tax rolls On the other end of the ladder a few individuals in the highest income brackets particularly if they have special interests in 1 f 1 1 IOAJ such fields as oil or real estate iars might feei a boost in taxes So far there has been no estimate of how many are affected But for most Americans be tween the very low incomes and the very high incomes the most vital part of the Presidents pro posals would cut their taxes and alter their way of listing deduc tions deduction He now pays Un der the proposed changes he would pay by 1965 Heres a rundown of typical itemized deductions and taxes for some married taxpayers with two children In the following table all dol lars column A is income B is deductions C is proposed deductions D is present tax and E is proposed tax B 750 1500 1800 2550 3300 C 650 1125 1300 1800 2300 D 0 720 1196 2213 3410 596 1014 1908 2952 A similar rundown for a mar ried couple with two children tak ing the standard deduction the table showing A income B tax now C 1965 tax all in dol A 3000 7500 10000 A 3000 7500 10000 15000 20000 B 60 663 1372 B 60 663 1372 2616 4124 C 46 214 1068 C 46 214 1068 2076 3282 or watered down v u SPEAK SEE HEAR NO EVIL Ignore the evil cold weather and but Russia will be allowed up to maybe itll go away Thats the attitude adopted by these well i ji j XT uy uiese wen center sees no evil bundled Mason City youngsters during the height of the frigid cold pupils at Grant School cu T i 1 c GlobeGazette photo by Jo Moore wave Steven Berkenes 8 speaks no evil Metric Giles 8 center sees no evil while Irene Flores 6 hears no evil All are in the cuts so that this net reduc ion would not be exceeded In seeking revision of benefit provisions Kennedy called for the most sweeping overhaul of the basic tax law in more than 20 years His proposals would affect temized deductions oil depletion allowances capital gains taxes ick pay benefits and a variety of other entrenched items claim ing strong support Plugging for early action on his his top priority legislation for the year Kennedy said Our economy is checkreined today by a warborn tax system at a time when it is far more in need of the spur than the bit And he said his program repre sents the very spur needed to boost employment put more mon ey into circulation and eventual ly put enough revenue into the federal Treasury to balance the soaring budget Even so the package will face certain opposition from some Congress members who shrink from the idea of cutting taxes at a time of mounting budget def icits In addition the program was just as certain to rile backers of the special tax benefits that Ken nedy would repeal or revise But all along the line the Pres ident obviously had made an ef fort to more than offset the bitter with the sweet These were some of the major items on the sweet side Individual tax rates now rang ing from 20 to 91 per cent would be cut in three steps to a new sliding scale running from a low of 14 per cent to a high of 65 per cent The range suggested for 1963 was to m per to produce a firstyear cut of billion The top corporate rate of 52 per cent be cut to 50 per cent in 1964 and 47 per cent in 1967 Effective this year the 30 per cent rate on the first of taxable corporate income would be slashed to 22 per cent This would cover the entire earnings of 450000 small corporations Individuals could claim a brand new minimum standard deduction of each for husband and wife plus for each dependent These could be claimed even it   

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