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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Mason City, Iowa Would credit tax overpayments See story on page 3 HOME EDITION Hove a tap will listen Bug thy neighbor By JOHN G ROGERS New York Herald Tribune News Service NEW YORK Bug thy Delay tax debate DBS MOINES con sideration of a tax bill was ex pected to be delayed until Thursday although original plans were to take it up at the same time the House discussed a liquor bill Wednesday House debate of measure 0 jto legalize the sale of liquor by neighbor would seem to be a the drink was scheduled to be modern commandment motivat ing a growing number of Amer icans in many walks of people who are out to gather information on the sly and who achieve their results by using the latest refinements of elec tronic wizardry The scientific snoopers both wire tappers and eavesdroppers constantly becoming more successful more versatile and more numerous as electronic listening gadgets are condensed into smaller and smaller pack ages One manufacturer now of fers an IM transmitter about the size of a lump of sugar Government officials includ ing the income tax law crforcement officers district attorneys men private detec tives husbands and wives bent on divorce industrial and busi ness rivals battling stock hold ers and blackmailers these are a few of the people whove made electronic spying so prevalent that one firm its gadget sales quadrupled last year The Federal government is probably the biggest single pur chaser of electronic listeners At least a half dozen of its in vestigative agencies employ them regularly and his includes gin late Wednesday morning and the approach of some legis lators to the liquor measure was expected to hinge on how the Senate treated a proposed sales tax increase Leaders of Senate forces favor ing a sales tax increase were holding off the tax debate They didnt want to provoke the anti salestax faction in the House into carrying out a threat to vote against liquor by the drink if the sales tax is boosted The other major Senate issues were D whether to increase the sales tax at all and 2 if it is increased what to do with the ad ditional revenue The Senate Ways and Means Committee headed by Sen David O Shaff RClinton recommended a revised version of the tax bill passed April 22 by the House The Senate committee recom mended raising the corporation in Photofax AN Lady Jacqueline Kennedy appears in public at the White House as she accompanies thn Pres ident at a state dinner in hon or for Grand Duchess Char lotte of Luxembourg Mrs Kennedy is expecting a child in August and had cancelled her attendance at White House social functions She made an exception for the Duchess come tax from 3 per cent to 4 per Churchill to retire LONDON Winston North Iowa Generally fair and warmer with light southerly winds Wednesday night low in low 40s Increasing cloudi ness windy and warmer Thursday highs in upper 60s Iowa Generally fair and warm er Wednesday night with in creasing southerly winds iuw The newspaper that mokes oil North lowons neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 1 W3 lOc copy No 70 killed debat Follow Senate vote Kill interim appointments DES MOINES Har old Hughes veto of a bill to deny a governor the right to give an 40 northeast to near 50 southmterirn appointment to any per west Thu r s d a y increasingison whose nomination for state cloudiness windy and has been rejected by the er highs near 70 Further outSenate was overriden by the Iowa look Partly cloudy and a House 7829 Wednesday little warmer Friday Minnesota Partly cloudy Thurs day with scattered light show erVmostly north turning cool er northwest highs 6575 GlobeGazette weather data up to a m Wednesday around the world in counter he would not be candi spyingagainst the Communists jdale for to the House In the case of nonofficialof Commons thus bringing to snoopers the use of electronicsa close the most remarkable as pretty certain to be illegal t I There are however very few thousandyear complaints filed formally byi ry of the British Parlia victims of wire tapping or menL Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 54 29 43 60 46 eavesdropping The bugger is The ruling Tory government definitely ma call an election until nrv 1 M n Vn 14 ri r w n UJJill breaking the law nine times car but friends of the of ten a private detective con88yearold statesman said he fided the other day but to coin wanted to make his wishes a word the bugce is so seldom known well in advance so that without sin himself that he llis constituency of Wood doesnt holler copper Also forcl in would trade secrets are often involved have reelected him as long as and the bugee figures the less he have plenty of publicity the better New York statistics illustrate this point Although wire tap ping and eavesdroppinghave been practiced illegally for many years only two men in the history of the state have been convicted of the crime And in one case the conviction was set aside on appeal A private detective assigned to monitor the little microphones overhead the company janitor one night telephoning technical information to a rival firm Thc janitor turned out to be a mctallurgical engineer whod been hired by the rival to pose as a dcanup man so that he could search desk drawers and files in the privacy of the night Its not accurate to spread the information that theres a mic rophone hidden behind every other picture frame in the United States of thc 1960s How ever Mosler Research Products Inc of Danbury Conn says that its sales of anticavesdrop ping equipment is increasing every year Mosler was referring to its SoundDTecl kit an elec tronic device designed to tell a man whether some other elec tronic device had invaded his home or office The kit includes an instrument similar to a mine detector which can locate even a cleverly concealed micro phone RETIRED EXEC DIES JACKSONVILLE Fla UPI Sease 66 retired as sistant sales manager of Amer ican Motors Corp died Monday night On the inside Editorials 4 Sccicfy News o78 Clear Lake News 1415 North Iowa News U Sports Latest Markets 28 Mason City News 29 Comics v Classified Pages 3435 time to choose a successor Bulletin TOKYO Japa nese maritime agency said Wednesday that it had been advised that a Communist Chinese freighter was torpe doed and sunk in the Yellow Sea between Korea and China The vessel reported sunk was the 11432ton freighter Leap Forward which was enroute from Tsingtao China to the port of Mop on Japans south ernmost island of Kyushu The Housa vote was along party lines as it was Tuesday when the Senate overrode the veto 3612 All 29 House Democrats voted against it One Republican representative was absent House Majority Leader John Mowry1 RMarshalltown denied any political motive by the Re publican majority in the legisla ture and said he could not under stand Hughes reasons for vetoing the bill This is not a political issue ex cept insofar as the governor wants to make it so Mowry said In the interests of good government and in defiance of no one I urge you tovote to override this veto Hughes in vetoing the bill said it would further dilute the already weak powers of the governor and would put the Senate in a position to dictate to a governor who could be appointed The bill was called purely po litical by Rep William Denman DDes Moines He said it would make the government of the State of Iowa a monster and force the governor to make deals with a handful of leaders in the Senate a divorce from Photofax rmiscleman Mickey HargiUy Although Sardelli told ncvvs JAYNE HACK FROM DIVORCE TRIP Jayne Mansfield clutches IJKhfri GfaIT as wilh men that he and Miss Mansfield are nightclub entertainer Nelson Sardelli in deeply in love he brushed aside r OH Los Angeles on her return from lions as to when thev e nvir Mexico Sardelh accompanied the ac ried tress to Mexico where she was granted ews in a nutshell OUR WIRE SERVICES Titan missile fails VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE A Titan 1 intercontinental ballistic missile exploded Wednesday during an attempted launch at this coastal Air Force reported Set test center location semiofficial French News Agency m a dispatch from Papeete Tahiti Wednesday quoted a Gen Thiry the head of a French civilmili tary mission as saying a nuclear test center will be located on Mururoa Atoll near Tahiti Haiti Dominican quiet PORT AU PRINCE Haiti The dispute be tween Haiti and the Dominican Republic marked time Wednesday while an interAmerican peace mis sion studied the situation in the Haitian capital CqnfidentiaHnformation MANAGUA Nicaragua President Luis So moza says he has confidential information from the United States that Nicaragua is getting top consid eration for construction of an oceantoocean canal with nuclear explosives Proof youre never too old LEXINGTON Ky Lille Hum phrey who is 102 Wednesday isnt as spry as she used to be She has given up riding motor scooters Five years ago she was a bit dubious about her ability with her grandsons scooter But with coaxing she soon was puttputting around the block with him PADUCAH Ky For the second time m five years Ethel Byrcl is recover ing nicely from a broken bone She broke her hip five years ago Three weeks ago she broke her shoulder when she fell while getting out of bed Mrs Byrcl is 108 MOSCOW AP Fidel Castro past the reviewing stand were 500 uiu icviewing sianci were wo fiot another fleeting glmpse Wedto 700mile range rockets similar nesday of the types of Soviet rockto those withdrawn from Cuba els Premier Khrushchev pulled during last years crisis Western out of Cuba last year at Presidentobservers spotted nothing Kennedys insistence among the rockets shown new Scorn bill by the drys Choose Senate passed liquor DES MOINES Iowa louse took up the hotly argued ssue of liquor by the drink Wednesday and chose the Senate passed home rule bill in prefer ence to a House dry bill for debate Rep Raymond Fisher RGrand Junction chief sponsor of the dry bill said it would provide positive controls by classifying beer as an intoxicant along with stronger liquors and creating an enforcement division within the state Liquor Control Commission But other Representatives de clared that the Senate passe measure is more flexible an would be easier to amend into measure that most House mem bers could live with Speaker of the House Robert Nadcn City an nounced as the debate started hat he would clear the galleries f there were any disorder among spectators The galleries were icarly full but were orderly as he discussion got under way Rep Conrad Ossian RRed Oak announced that a group of fth Congressional District legisla ors probably would support liq uor by thc drink assuming that the House comes up with an ac ceptable bill The group earlier haddeclared t would vote as a bloc against iquor by the drink unless the Senate agreed to scrap a pro posed 3 per cent sales tax pro posal Ossian said several senators had met with the 7th District group and the prospects are bet ter than even that there will be no sales tax increase Dirksen sees war threat WASHINGTON Senate Repub lican Leader Everett M Dirksen Powers quits post Speaker to rule Commission The State Conservation Com nission meeting at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday morning ccepted the resignation of the irector and set opening dates or hunting seasons Glen G Powers Indianola tate conservation director since 959 requested permission to esign effective June 1 He suf ered a severe heart attack ear y this year The commission ac epted Powers resignation and ippointed Everett B Speaker icting director effective June 1 The commission approved ap pointment of Powers as director if planning for the commission Speaker now is superintendent if the biology department The commission opened its May meeting at 9 am and at 12 noon left for Clear Lake to in pect proposed projects in GLEN G POWERS Clear Lake area Dr A N Humiston Cedar Rapids pnv sided at the meeting in Mason City The commission jet thest opening dates for hunting sea sons Pheasant Nov 9 Hun garian partridge Nov 9 quail Nov 2 squirrel Sept 14 rab bit Sept 14 raccoon hunting Oct 19 at 12 noon A Clear Lake delegation head ed by Mayor B C Myhr pre sented preliminary plans for t retaining wall that would ex of the Illinois Wednesday called Middle East situation ex plosive and dangerous and said it holds thc threat of a third world war The Cuban prime minister apThe Cuban leader reportedly reared with Khrushchev in lhcwas tlcepb offended by Khrush place of honor atop the Lenin chevs failure to notify him in ad mausoleum at the annual May vance of the decision to withdraw Day parade in Red Square He appeared to enjoy mili tary review and workers parade which US Ambassador Foy D Kohler boycotted because of Cas Cuba too HAVANA artil salvo Wednesday launched a fourhour May Day military parade with an esti mated 140000 marchers Maj Raul Castro substituted as the main attraction for his brother Fidel now in Moscow tros presence Kohler watched the celebration on a television set in his residence Castro conversed animatedly with Khrushchev ns the Soviets rolled out a 10minule review of their military hardware Among the weapons that sped the rockets under American pres sure tie and dress uniform for the first lime since he arrived in the Soviet Union last weekend was the cen ter of attraction in Red Square Khrushchev enthusiastically led him the length of the reviewing stand to let the crowds catch a glimpse of the revolutionary lead Dirksen thus added his voice to bipartisan expressions of fear of possible Arab aggression against Israel E B SPEAKER tend for three blocks nprth from the end of the present wall at 1st Avc N The wall would cost an estimated and ac cording to Mayor Myhr is need cd to beautify the area and open a park area to the general pub lic The delegation acknowledged the commission probably could not finance the project but asked commission approval so Clear Lake could proceed with efforts to raise the money Dr Humiston said a decision would be made at the meeting m thc first week of June The If we expect to maintain cmmission members and en ami to prevent a war erupting were in Clear Lake Castro dressed in white shirt vcw tiin Middle East as is always threat we are going to have to monitor the situation very care fully Dirksen said in an inter cr Castro listened quietly at the Soviet defense minister Marshal Rodion Y Malinovsky charged reactionary circles of the United Stales with a policy of ag gression and provocations against Cuba in gross violation of the elementary standards of interna tional law Malinovsky declared that Soviet forces are always ready to en sure the complete debacle of any aggressor who encroaches on the peaceful labor freedom and inde pendence of the USSR aicl oth er Socialist countries You cannot permit the situa tion to drift too long because drift is always dangerous he added Sen Jacob K Javits RNY who spearheaded a flood of Sen ate speeches Tuesday rtemandingilalure Wednesday afternoon for an on thespot inspection of the beach improvement area the pro posed Clear Lake hatchery and the Ventura marsh area Attorney Edward R Boyle Clear Lake told the commis sion You know what we want H you can pay for it do it If you cant well go to the Icgis US intervention predicted there will be increased pressure for r change in our policy of drift He said commission approval was needed soon to give Clear Lake citizens time to prepare Javits proposed among other for the 1965 legislative things that the United States In thc mcantime they tempt to get Britain France andl1 plorc of ob olher Western nations to join money from the city of in a collective defens re r akc and trom local n collective defense agreement with Israel He warned that time is running out on peace in the Middle East His speech set off bipartisan ap peals for this and other US ac tion including a call by Sen The commission postponed discussion of a proposal for a larger fish hatchery at Clear Lake The chairman said this subject should be investigated bcrt H Humphrey Vwnresoia iand dccideri by the new corn assistant Democratic leader forimisson w ch Wl orSanizc aft in embargo on arms shipments to thc Middle East and stronger UN peacekeeping operations or July 1 A request K spend up 000 to build a latrine at the Yen