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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Fights for better pies See story on page 3 Legislators set to divide states millionmelon DES MOINES Iowa Legislature had before it Monday the question of how to cut up a million melon The melon is the tax increase Its all that cold tt war talk 4 Reds fight US with bad words WASHINGTON Ra dio Hanoi in English US im perialists Noxious chemicals From Radio Moscow in Tonk inese Executioners From Ra dio Havana in Spanish Bacter iological warfare Merchants blood and death These charges and abuse are Communist cannon the cold war They belong to an arsenal that includes millions of books thou Y bill passed last week by the House The Ways and Means Committee was expected to send it to the Senate calendar Monday The bill would raise the sales and use tax rates from 2 to 3 per cent extend the sales tax to hotel and motel services and hike the cigarette tax from 4 to 5 cents pack It doesnt say how money is to be spent The measure the House debated for nearly seven days would have earmarked all the money for state school aids and property tax relief but the earmarking went down the drain along with personal and corporate income tax increases before the bill finally was passed The Senate could make the melon grow by adding several other minor taxes or it could de cide to trim out part of instance the cigarette tax in crease The major question however is Into how many slices is the melon to be cut and who will get ofjthem I Many members of both houses l want a large slice for state aid m to schools and property tax re lief The Iowa State Education Association is clamoring for at MUDDLED IN PUDDLE No the up side is the dome of the Capitol reflected in a puddle behind parked automobiles The photo was made on the Capitol plaza after a shower least million a and Armenian folk dancers All are used in the relentless massive psychological warfare de vised and executed by the Com munist world This warfare is matched al in their psychologi have an unfair ad though some say in a less mas sive and relentless way by the United States and its allies Some Americans believe the Communists cal warfare vantage that the Reds lie in their teeth and some of the unsophisti cated people of the world gobble up the lies If this belief were complete fact battling Communist propaganda would be a simple matter The United States and its allies would broadcast the truth Truth even additional now total Sen LeRoy Getting RSanborn says there isnt going to be any tax increase unless at least Sll million goes into agricultural land tax credits nearly double the present appropriation of million a year Agricultural are supposed land tax credits to pay the school taxes on agricultural lands above 15 mills but the present appro priation covers only about a third of the total claims The House bill would raise the base from 15 to 17 mills and many legislators are topeful that to million would pay the credits in full on the new base Other leading contenders for sizeable chunks of the new tax revenue are the State Board of uiuaucabi me truin irutn even uimi uutuu ui tually would catch up with utter iRcscnts and Slate Board of Con falsehood No one ever would betrolp Gov Harold Hughes who has expressed concern over a Senate Appropriations Committee plan to trim from million to lieve the Communists again But battling Communist propaganda is not a simple matter Fabrications are part of Com munist propaganda says Orem Stephens director of research and analysis for the US Information Halt Star Gazer project CHICAGO The Air Force will discontinue its btar Gazer manned balloon project Dr Allen Hynck director of the project said Monday Lack of funds prompted the decision Takes turn for worse JERUSALEM Israel Israeli President Izhak benZvi reported suffering from lung cancer is growing weaker following a night during which his condition took an alarming turn for the worse it was announced Monday Asylum to church sect WASHINGTON Members of a Russian ortho dox church sect called the Old Believers have been granted asylum in the United States Atty Gen Rob ert I Kennedy announced Monday Harriman begins mission PARIS Undersecretary of State W Averell naiTiman Monday began an urgent mission to Paris and London and possibly at a diplomatic settlement of the deteriorating situation in Laos Would end Cuba relations n WASHINGTON Sen Strom Thurmond D bC called for an end to U SRussian diplomatic re lations if Soviet troops remain in Cuba Thurmond said Sunday if a break in diplomatic relations fails President Kennedy should reimpose an air and naval bJockacle of the island The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 22 1963 UOc 1 copy No freed Returned tro Minnesota murder suspect arraigned PHOENIX Ariz UPI million a year the appropriations Murder suspect Dick Anderson for public assistance programs was arraigned here Monday on of Social Welfare wants federal fugitive warrant ui oociai wantsV doesnt hinge on them In generpart of tne additional money degree murder al Communist propaganda is neled to the department jawaits Anderson in St Paul A number of legislators incIudjMinn in connection with the Clean Sweep days extended of rain Monday 6 others refuse US trip Some head for South America HOMESTEAD AIR FORCE BASE Fla UPI Twenty one Americans held prisoner in Cuba flew to freedom here Moni day and six more went to America apparently clearing Fidel Castros dungeons of American citizens New York attorney James B Donovan who arranged the re lease of the Americans and flew here with them said three Americans and three Americans of Cuban birth chose to go to South America when they were released instead of coming here Donovan who arranged the re lease of Cuban invasion prison crs in December flew to Ha vana during the weekend to complete the arrangements fo freeing the Americans The men were dressed in white and colored sporL shirts and dark slacks as they came off the plane Some waved to reporters and cameramen clustered around Others looked straight ahead as they walked from the plane to a waiting Air Force bus The bus took the men imme diately to a processing center Some of the men nodded their heads as they passed near wait ing newsmen but muttered no comment to questions One man reached out of the bus win dow to shake hands with a news man apparently an acquaint ance Most of the men had been im VUUI1LJI 1O based on the truth or some part of it Aj an example Stephens cites the Communist propaganda cam paign about the attempts of Ne groes to register as voters in Greenwood Miss ing Sens Robert Rigler R new killing of Carol Thompson St RDavenport would like to repeal the the fabricate find articles written by Americans is the status of the four critical of the situation Stephensbasic issues as the 15th week in Phoenix on a burglarv W 1 tJTCclI monies and credits tax has admitted his part household property tax and in stealing the gun used to Thompson and son of In St Paul Norman Masrian IKIS jicenwoou iuiss ii iv ami sucumx uie gun ti The Communists do not have to rcPace tnc lost funds with part bludgeon Mrs Thompso abricate always They simplyof lhc ncw revenue lirs also accused Amlers inci articles written hv AmrririnV Here is thc status of the four lcin tllc hired killer Because the Clean Sweep drive scheduled for Monday andprisoned on charges of beingin Tuesday in Mason City in counterrevolutionary extend through Wednesday activity againt this week Downtown business FIRE DESTROYS BUILDING Fire men pour water from extension ladders as a sixalarm fire roars through a Thotofax fivestory brick buildingin downtown Pittsburgh New fire outbreak 200 hurt in flame torn east Castros govern nd tnlltd Presi Inlf fresh outbreak of timber brush fires flared Monday SHOWERS firms through may call the Mas n City Street Department GA 3 4825 for city truck to pick op containers of rubbish Came to in from Kentucky to New York Tinderdrv forests blazed dur says and then quote the articles on Radio Moscow Although USIA stresses that the mass of Communist propaganda uses truth other specialists be lieve that the small amount of fabrication must not be ignored At a recent congressional hear ing for example J Leonard opened STILL CRITICAL NASHVILLE Trnn UPH gt Alvin C York still was in The men had been held in a variety of prisons around Cas tros island but most of them were in the prison at the Isle of Pines about 40 miles off the southern coast of Cuba Cu bas Devils Island ing the weekend killing at least three persons injuring more than 200 and causing millions of dollars in property damage Ten square miles of Staten Is land NY and 100 homes in the area were charred by winddriv Donovan brought out the firsf cn lames lS Prisoners two women onj Marines sailors policemen been accused of being t h e critical condition Monday at St I arch I St Patricks and students joined nint JThnmrx They North Iowa Cloudy with rain Monday night lows 3338 Partly cloudy and cool Tues day highs in the 40s Iowa Rain cast slowly clear May not be tax increase for lowans DES MOINES UPI There Just might not be any increase in cold state taxes or spending forthcom ing west Monday night colder with freezing thc statcs northwest and extreme west ing from the Iowa Legislature Sen John Shocman RAtlanttc said Monday there was a ground swell of sentiment in the Senate favoring a strict holdtheline poli budget for tha next two years stitute a dry liquor bill for Kemsch an Atlanta television exthe strictcontrol measure al ecutive testified that while tourrcady approved by the Senate Communist AppropriationsAllocation of radio accuse the Lnted States ofjfunds for board of rc2ents insti developing a germ that will killitutions including thc states col colored people while leaving white lcgc and two universities ap LiquorThe House safety andjmdcllc man thc munlcr PlotThomas Hospital law enforcement committee was scheduled to meet to discuss the liquorbythedrink situation Headed by dry Rep Sam Robinson RGuthrie Center thc committee was expected to sub people unharmed Snow storm hits Rockies wind in midwest Canada will use pcarcd to hold the key to the overall problem of revenue spending A joint HouseSenateFRO1 OCR WIKE SERVICES arms ceremony The key were Mrs G e r a Id i ne Shamma of Boston and Mrs Martha ONeal of Atlanta The next Americans to come out a group of 10 men arrived here April 9 This group includ ed Capt Jack Browne a Miami fishing captain and his eight man shipwrecked crew plus As sembly of God missionary Floyd Whitworlh of Arcadia Calif Monday the first off the plane was Richard Allen Pecoraro 30 who was reported to be a hospi tal case The rest of the arrivals firefighters and foresters bat tling the ravaging flames In West Virginia 35 new fires broke out Winds and dry woods posed serious forest fire condi tions in southern and eastern West Virginia Fire raced through an amuse ment park in Hull Mass and endangered scores of homes Gusty winds fanned flames which drove more than 100 per sons from their homes Light rain Sunday night brought relief to parched Ken walked down the plane undcrituck fields and forests their own power Observers said 110 fires covering 7730 appropriations subcommittee OTTAWALibcral leader Loslforoign iffairs has recommended a S50 milliontor B Pearson Monday became wore to go to Paul Mar they looked no worse than other previous per year board of regents budCanadas 14th prime ministertin C M Dairy and Walter and immediately sijd he wouldGordon respectively acquire nuclear warheads for weeks Senate UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONALmeans committee was Snowpiled IS inches deep inlate in the Rockies Monday report on the windstorms lashed the Package tax measure states and a recordbreaking hearPasscd by the House The bill Donovan was thc last passcn jgcr off the fourengine airliner Pearson and his ministers earlicr Monday flew an relations wi u v 111 d L v VIIN iiiv Im I a f wave baked the southern plainsjwould sales and usemnq diplomat who Winds peaking at 85 miles antaxos from 2 per cent to 3 per i hour whipped across extend the hifher fc 1 c Iowa and central Illinois to services of hotels and hC1 ways and on callithc armed forces He day to receive a subPcdScd thc friendliest possr n j ifitii thp T n i t Minister John a final call to complete the rlgst priiewin ignation of his defeated conscrv St Lhnstmas eve will be administration ifficcj Diefenbaker a 67yearold Gcnprairie lawyer who assumed while acres burned in eastern Kentucky Sun day The winds acting as bellows turned a scries of grass fires into uncontrollable conflagra tions on Staten Island for release of the is Cuban invasion Bay City Fire Department taxing York rupting power and communicatax from 4 cents to 5 cents ihr t OK 1 j jauacK suijorco tnc aay aftcrj2bih Parliament lending 93 con jthe April election which gaveservative members tions Several persons were EducationIn addition to thethc Liberals un members in Ottumwa was swept with 85 board of regents appropriationthe 265scat House of Commons The reirisindor ISS Several roads were much money to provide for the affairs in the davs ahead Tncvjwm Ncv Den ocra blocked by debris and downed various forms of state aid for too were sworn in bv Vamcr have nre broaTpromi power Imcs At east four perlocal school districts including About 20 numstors were anJ upjar f r the minSu sons were mjurca m Monmouthiagncultural land tax credits jPOintod dunng the middayiso ernmen CUIe which would lows 30 northwest to low ln thc vscico of southeast Tuesday cloudy and cool highs 40s north to 50s south Further outlook Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday Minnesota Tuesday partly cloudy and warmer highs 48 55 Lows 2532 GlobeGazette Weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 3 am Precipitation Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 54 33 39 OS 74 43 how to l1lstnbute increased rev rcsult from taxes Shocman snid there was strong sentiment developing in the Senate to leave taxes where they arc now and hold expendi tures in line with thc availably revenue Thc key hurdle in the taxspend I program which the legislature has been unable to resolve is alloca tion of additional funds to stata aid for schools j The House in scuttling its ex ipansive tax increase program last week dropped all earmarking of additional revenue for school aid Without some earmarking to as sure specific amounts for tha school program more and inora senators began giving serious con sideration to knocking out all tax increase proposals Glenn proposes US news center NEW YORK UPH Ll3 naut John H Glenn Jr warned teilo 71yearold New York gam Monday that an information bier was granted Monday Costello case review granted WASHINGTON ccs After 12 hours of multiple alarm blazes as thc wind tossed embers from one fire to start another city officials declared the situation pretty much unjgap is preventing full use of preme Court review of an orver 1 c jdiscoverics in space and other for his deportation to Italv Cos About o Staten Island famscientific fields tcij0 appealed to the mh trbu ilies lost their homes The Biddeford fire threat proposed the creation of nal after the I a national information center in New York S Circuit Court ously uphold WII t V t A11VV ened to destroy the entire northito help close the gap between the deportation orxier ern section of the city before the discoverers or the researc ti the combined efforts cf 13 fircers and those who would nor RITES HELD departments fought the flamesSmally make use of such inforMOXTGOMFKY rpn to a standstill Behind in ashcsmation Funeral hed nine of the 10 buildings Col Glenn set forth his ideas Sunday for Sidney H Blan far of a lumber and buildingon spaceage education in a mer newspapenvan who on materials plant where thc fire speech prepared for delivery at Lime had been broke out 18 tenement houses the 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