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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Bullets flew in Kansas City See story on page 3 HOME EDITION JFK No hope for test ban WASHINGTON Kennedy predicts a new round of nuclear testing by the United States and the Soviet Union un WMSvfWivSSS less a test ban treaty is nego tiated this he doubts If the prediction comes true Kennedy told his news conference Wednesday it would be a great disaster for the interests of all concerned Recalling that he saw brighten ing prospects for a ban last De cember Kennedy saJd there has been no sense of movement since then I am not hopeful at all he said and expressed fear that progress must come soon or per haps the genie is out of the bottle and we will not ever get him back in Kennedys pessimism on this subject was matched by an equal DON Cm OUt measure of optimism about ef forts to end what he termed an ugly situation in Birmingham Ala Declaring that racial strife in Birmingham damaged the city WASHINGTON The United and nation Kennedy said in Nations by the end of June may an opening statement that re be anywhere from million sponsible efforts by white and Ne to million in debt gro leaders had prompted Bir TheUN and its support Even UScant em out By RICHARD SPONG Globe Gazette Editorial Research Bureau Thus far the UN peacekeep ing activities in the Congo and Middle East have been under written largely by a special bond issue of million of which the United States agreed to buy half on a dollar matching basis But even if all the bonds are sold the issue would merely cover about 80 per cent of the UN cash deficit by the end of 1963 A 21nation special committee on the deficit reported on April 1 that it had been unable to agree on how to finance the peacemaking f u n c t i o n s Al though committee sessions were closed to press and public a change in US policy enunciated there was publicized The United States is assessed 3202 per cent of the If N budget It pays at the same rate for peace keeping operations But in addi tion it has been making volun tary contributions to the extent that it has been paying about 47 per cent of the million cost in the Congo US Ambassador Francis T P Plimpton told the special committee that from now on this nation will pay only its as sessed share of peacekeeping operations with a proviso If a substantial number of the 75 countries that are behind on Congo send in good faith pay ments we gifts The April 6 announced The US position on any fu ture contribution above our reg ular scale assessment for peace keeping operations will be de cisively influenced in the months ahead by the financial support which members of the United Nations actually provide A 1952 act of Congress prohibits 1 vote on final the United States from of the liquor by the drink bil1 committed to a UN assessment aPProved 2723 Thursday of more than onethird of the costs will consider future US delegation on Liquor roll call DES MOINES AP Here is e roll call vote on final passage the liquor by the drink bill proved 2723 Thursday Republicans for 18 Kenneth Benda Hartwick R 0 Burrows routing me congo alone has Plaine John Campbell been costing the United Nations Leigh Curran Mason about S10 million a month Seclty Charles Griffin Mapleton retary Gen U Thant hopes that Kyhl Parkersburg Seel now that the secession of Kaey LodwickWever Henry Luck tanga has been brought to a Le Mars DD Nolan lowa halt the 19000man UN Congo Clty Robert New Hamp Force ran ho mt haMtr 5000 ton Jack Schroeder Bettendorf Policing the Congo alone has Force can be cut back to or 6000 by the end of the year i OVAAJ uy me enu 01 ine year This would permit a saving of Shaff clinton Shoeman At about million a month Even ntc Richard Turner Council 1 Rli lire W so the special General Assem bly session this month will have to keep the reduced force in 41 1 f i 01 1WT V UWH he Congo for the remainder of Emmetsburg Joe Coleman Clare Robert Dodds Danville Adolph a PTrmCu Elvers Elkader From of March men Dubuque Robert Fulton 1 it owed more than rmlhon Waterloo Peter Hansen Manning on its regular budget account j B Mincks Ottumwa and mingham businessmen to pledge substantial steps to meet the justifiable needs of the Negro community But he said much remains to be settled before the situation can be termed satisfactory Kennedy said that in the ab sence of violations of federal law the federal government had lim ited its role in Birmingham to that of mediator But he said the situation could be quite different if two Negro graduate students win entry this summer to the Huntsville branch of the Univer sity of Alabama This of course does involve the federal government he said And reminded that Gov George Wallace has threatened to physi cally and personally bar integra tion at the university Kennedy said he hoped everyone would obey court orders whether they agree with them or not In a 30minute session that touched often on racial matters Kennedy said the bettering of race relations is not a problem for the South alone Asked if he would endorse the move by white and Negro fam ilies in Knoxville Tenn to visit each other in their homes Ken nedy said I think it would be very help ful and you can start right here in Washington DC where this is greatly needed George Scott West Union David Bluffs Charles Van Eaton Sioux City Edward Wearin Red Oak uij acaaiuu tins luuiun will nave VU to find some to million and Martin Wiley Cedar Rapids Democrats for Brown almost million on its Middle East emergency account almost million on its Congo emer gency account for a total of al most million The entire Communist bloc is in arrears as arc France Belgium Nationalist China South Africa and a group of emergent underdeveloped na tions Belgium intends to negoti ate to receive credit for claims of Belgian companies in the Congo The United Arab Republic also in debt has credit coming for participation in the Congo operation U S Ambassador Adlai E Stevenson on April 22 announced that three nations presumably Belgium Spain and Morocco which owe a total of George OMalley Des Moincs Republicans against aid Beneke Laurens Howard Buck Melbourne Harry Cowden Guthrie Center A V Doran Boonc J T Rapids Earl more than million agreed to pay up this year had Dykhousc Rock Elijah Clarence Leo Elthon Fertile Louis Fisher Osceola Joe Flatt Winterset Le Roy Getting Sanborn Jacob Grimstead Lake Mills Vern Lis le Clarinda Irving Long Man chester Dewey Phelps Hillsboro Vera Shivvers Knoxville Rich ard Stephens Ainsworth Clifford Vance Mount Pleasant Howard Vincent Russell John Walker Williams and Joe Wilson Union ville 3 Sens Eugene Hill Newton Franklin Main Lamoni and Orval Walter Lenox Senate passes House liquor bill Hughes says revenue bill stinks Indicates he may use veto Withholding is main gripe FROM OUR W1KE SERVICES DES stinks Gov Harold Hughes Thurs day had that concise opinion of the million per year tax in crease package approved by the Iowa Senate Wednesday The whole thing is objec tionable the governor told his news conference Hughes said he was at loss for words to describe an amend ment approved by the Senate providing a sales tax exemp tion for Nebraska and Minne sota shoppers in Iowa counties bordering their states Hughes criticized the Senate for failing to include a with holding provision for personal income taxes and objected to the way the additional revenue raised by hiking sales use and corporation taxes would be dis tributed The governor previously in dicated he would veto a tax bill unless awithholding plan was included Democratic senators accused Republicans of a doublecross on the withholding plan It ap i Tax plan to House DES MOINES Iff A reve nue bill counting chiefly on a sales tax increase to produce million mostly earmarked for various property tax re lief plans was laid before the House Thursday for approval The bill passed by the Sen ate 2822 late Wednesday would raise the sales and use taxes from 2 to 3 per cent ex tend the sales tax to hotel and motel bills and raise the cor poration income tax from 3 to 4 per cent The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY V W3 UCc copy No 77 peared to be headed for adop tion Wednesday morning until GOP floor leader Robert R Rig ler of New Hampton interrupted the debate to call Republican senators into a headknocking caucus Shortly after the caucus was over the Senate defeated the withholding plan The 3 per cent sales tax in itself I would accept under reasonable conditions Hughes said Hughes said another objection to the bill was that it made what he considered unsatisfac tory use of the additional rev enue it will produce each year He said he would like to see less extra money go to agricul tural land tax credits and more go to school aid The Democratic governor had this comment on a provision raising the use tax to three per cent on used cars trucks and trailers but keeping it at two per cent on new vehicles This seems to be the method this guy who hasnt got anything gets stuck Release name of first Yank to top Everest KATMANDU Nepal WVThe American who g o t to the top of Ml Everest May 1 wa James W Whitaker 32 Red mond Wash the expedition dis closed Thursday He was ac companicd to the top by Shcrpa Nwang Gombu nephew of 1953 Everest hero Tensing Norgay Whitaker is a climber and equipment officer He is a ML Rainier National Park Mountain guide who has been climbing since he began as a Boy Scout in 1943 Salinger tours the Berlin wall BERLIN Saiinger President Kennedys press secre tary Thursday loured theCom wall dividing Berlin in preparation for the Presidents visit here in June ews in a utshell FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES Delay return NEW YORK The special peace committee of the Organization of American States delayed its return to Haiti and the Dominican Republic Thursday apparently convinced that the threat of war between the two Caribbean neighbors is no longer serious Limit stock MOSCOW The Rus s i a n Soviet Republic sharply limited Thurs day the amount of live stock which private citi zens may own Fears told TOKYO U S Navy Secretary Fred Korth said Thursday the Navy may face a critical period of ship obsolescence in five years unless there is greater recognition of our needs in 1965 ap propriations for new ships Student prarik WELLINGTON New Zealand Circulars claiming to reveal New Zealands security plans in the event of nuclear war were a hoax perpe trated by 15 college stu dents 0 North Iowa Considerable cloud iness with scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday night and Friday Cooler Lows Thursday night 5565 Highs Friday 6878 Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday night scattered showers or thunderstorms north lows 50s north to 60s south Mostly cloudy Friday scattered ers or thunderstorms cooler highs in the 70s Further out cloudy Saturday scattered thundershowers like ly east in the morning cooler southeast Minnesota Considerable cloudi ness with scattered showers and thunderstorms mostly cen tral and south through Friday Cooler Friday highs 6070 north 6875 south GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset data 86 62 68 SAME DAT61H2H BUck Meant TrfTI 24 DES MOINES legal zed sale of liquor by the drink in owa was approved by the Thursday ending legislative ac ion on the controversial issue Senators accepted all amendments to the original Sen ate bill and sent the measure to Gov Harold Hughes by a vote of 2723 The Democratic governor n his election campaign last year strongly advocated legalizing liq uor by the drink is expected to sign the measure Backers of the bill immediately moved to prevent reconsideration of the measure by voting to table any attempt to reconsider the vote With tabling the motion it would take a twothirds vote be fore the Senate could reconsider and change its mind GRATE A Dug way 21 appears to be something less than overjoyed as he is held at one end by two Boston policemen and at the other by a heavy cellar window grate D u g w a y was arrested and i i 11 charged with breaking and entering in the nighttime Police said a companion who escaped dropped the grate on Dug way as the pair were trying to flee a liquor store at midnight On the inside Editorial 4 Clear Lake News 789 North Iowa News 10 Society News 111213 Sports News Latest Markets Ifi Mason City News 19 Comics 20 CubGazette 22 Classified Pages 2425 Claim Nixon move killed 1964 chances HARRISBURG Pa Richard M Nixon moved from alifornia to New York he vir tually eliminated himself as a contender in the presiden tial race according to the Re publican national chairman Rep William E Miller RNY iold newsmen at a Capitol Press Club dinner Wednesday night Nixon left all of his base of po litical support Birmingham truce ends Bulletin BIRMINGHAM Ala Iff Dr Martin Luther King Jr said Thursday agreements have been reached on two of the points sought to settle racial differ ences in Birmingham BIRMINGHAM Ala Negro leaders announced the 24hour truce Wednesday as heavi ly reinforced police patrolled the streets quiet in sharp contrast to the crowd scenes of recent days Alabama Gov George Wallace called the Presidents remarks unjust and unfair and said the demonstrations had been carried PUV t VrUA J I his southern industrial city may on by lawless mobs in conflict know Thursday whether monthhvith awfully constituted author long desegregation demonstrations ity said he would have finally have come to an end uo Part in conferences to com A 24hour moratorium on he the issucs of protest marches by many hunj Aiong with a biracial commit drcds of Negroes during the past two aides of Atty Gen Rob Will go in effect July 4 Governor to sign it Liqu or book voted out DES MOINES UmA bill to abolish individual liquor books passed the House Thursday by a vote of 4435 and will be to the Senate for final ap proval few days ended at noon The truce almost collapsed a few hours after it started when two of the integrationisl leaders were jailed briefly but it weath ered that crisis crt F Kennedy have been work ing behind the scenes to bring both sides together The No 1 negotiator is Asst Atty Gen Burke Marshall There was no indication of what actually brought the truce Soy over 17500 Russ still in Cuba in Cuba is perhaps a minimum figure and strategic weapons may or Cuba may not be now in An interim report of the Sen ale Preparedness subcommittee on its investigation of the Soviet military buildup in Cuba and last Octobers missile crisis said The continued presence of the Soviet expedition in Cuba can now be seen to be a most effective shield against cither internal revolt by Our friends abroad will under standably doubt our ability to meet and defeat the forces of communism thousands of miles across the ocean if we prove un able to cope with the Communist threat at our very doorstep the subcommittee said The report said Assuming without deciding hat all strategic weapons have been withdrawn there is the ev erpresent possibility of the steal tAj3siijiiiLy ui me sieai native insurgents or invasion by thy of strategic external forces from an external forces from any source The 34page report of the sub committee headed by Sen John is DMiss also warned that missiles and other offensive wca offensive weapons have been re moved Do not believe that the Communist forces in Cuba now present a direct agressive mili tary threat to the United States or Latin America Strategic weapons may or may not be now in Cuba We can reach no conclusion on this be cause of the lack of conclusive evidence As o the number of Soviet per sonnel in Cuba the subcommit said some primarily pons using the Soviet forces still refugee and exile eroupsesli in fnho 1 iau in Cuba as camouflage and secur ity for the activity male the number may be as high as 40000 The galleries were about half filled as the debate went on Thursday This was in sharp con rast to the first Senate debate on the issue April 10 when the gal leries overflowed and most of tha space in the rear of the chamber was taken up by interested spec tators The bill as passed by the would set up four classes of li A for clubs Class B for hotels and motels Class C for commercial establishments and Class D for airlines and rail roads It would rwjuirn a post bond and pay a li cense fee ranging from to except that small veterans organizations meeting no more than once a week could obtain a license for An enforcement division would be set up within the Iowa Liquor Control Commission which would nave primary responsibility for liquor law enforcement This re sponsibility now rests with the Stale Department of Public Safe ty A city or town council or county ward of supervisors would not lave to issue any liquor licenses if it didnt want to but there would be no restriction on the number of licenses that could issued The whole state would theoreti cally be wet as soon as the bill becomes effective but any county may vote itself dry upon petition of 25 per cent of the voters If such a vote favors abolishing liquor by the drink the county board of supervisors would be prohibited from issuing any new licenses and those in effect could be revoked after three years City and town councils however could still issue new licenses An implied consent provision says that a motorist arrested on a charge of drunken driving is deemed to have given his consent to a chemical test for drunken ness Refusal to submit to such a test could result in suspension of his drivers license for up to year by drink ments would be required to close between the hours of 1 am and 7 am except that they would have to shut down at midnight Saturday night and stay closed until 7 am Monday Liquor licensees would be pro hibited from selling liquor on credit to any person except on a bona fide credit card or a hotel or motel could sell to its regis tered guests A liquor licensee also would prohibited from employing any person under 21 or knowingly sell ing liquor to a minor But if he made a reasonable inquiry to de termine the persons age and was misled by false identification would not be held guilty of selling liquor to minors A minor misrepresenting his age to buy liquor would be sub ject to a fine of up to or up to 30 days in jail   

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