Thursday, September 26, 1963

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1963, Mason City, Iowa 1 IJ WASHINGTON bouse Ken nedys fllbUlioa tax cut bill by a 27M5S vote haodiag him one of the bfcfctat legklative victories of his bill a battleground immediately to the Senate where admin istration forces already have launched an allout drive for pas sage this year If the Senate should approve the Mil in its present form ultimate would range between and a year for toost tax paying familiesmore in the up per The bill woo the votes of 223 Democrats and 48 Republicans in the House roll call late Wednes day which capped two days of de bate Opposing passage were 126 and Democrats Just before passage the Demo crats turned back 236199 a Re to cancel toe tax cut unless the President cut back spending below the present fate The outcome was a special tri umph for Rep Wiibur D Mills PArk chairman of the Ways and Means Committee who ted the House fight to prevent defections by Southern Democrats on the show down votes vi largest in histocy would be shared by practically all US taxpayers Both corporations would benefit r Senatei Democratic leaders voiced strong confidence they have the votes to pass the bill eventually It will remain alive in 1964 if it fails to get through this v But the atinunktratioa is push ing hard for passage so that the new reduced withholding can take effect Jan 1 As the House passed the measure twothirds of the benefits for individuals would be effective at that time The drive for fast Senate action puts the spotlight squarely on Sen Harry F Byrd Dyaf Finance Committee chairman who oppos es any tax cut without offsetting spending reductions Byrd announced that his com mittee would begin closed door briefings on the bill with con gressional staff experts a week from Thursday and that they will continue at least a week Mike Mansfield of Montana Senate1 Democratic a reporter be would talk with the Virginian in an effort to get him to speed up the committees work But Mansfield conceded Byrdfhad advised him it might well take the Senate Finance Committee two months to complete its actionon the measure North Iowas Daily Newspaper fdited for the The newipoptr thot makes all I o w ans nVi glib o r CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL iw AwoeUUd PWM Md United latenuttowa Full LetM MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER M UOc Paper of Two SectionsSection One PATH OF EDITH Photofax Edith smacks 4 1 Puerto Rico dnp during her world tour chairman of the uw Chiefs of Staff were briefed jxplam her ruling familys Wednesday on the military and positionin its feud with political situation Lodge presum BiiddVnstR ablv brought im MO Nhnv SAN JUAN P R UPI Hurricane Edith slammed flood ing seas against the south coast of Puerto Rico Thursday and points its 100 mile an hour winds Inflation mdy just creep on price hike delayed By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK AP Battle scarred American consumers are used to creeping of one thing another going up here and there from time to tune But talk of a new concerted spurt just ahead may well be prema ture Times arent that booming no matter what the stock mar ket says Retailers and manufac turers are still too competitive Recent price rises mostly of in dustrial materials or products are considered too scattered and 1 loo tentative to change the pres ent alas is that of still further creeping inflation But a general substantial price rise looks dim indeed to most economists in and out of govern ment at this time Most Americans are primarily interested in the prices on the fin ished products at the retail level A few scattered price rises on raw materials play only a small role in setting these Much more important in recent years has been the increase in other costs of production and dis tribution The government index of wholesale prices continues its largely sidewise movement For most persons the word that Detroit seems likely to hold the price line on its new auto models counts much more than a rise in the price of steam con densers Prices like stock prices doubt less will fluctuate Increases will be announced Some prices will be shaved when competition pinches I North Iowa i Weather outlook Clear and cool Thursday night lows in the upper 40s Fair and mild Friday highs In mid 70s I Weather details Page 2 on acollision course with the Dominican Republic and Haiti Hurricane warnings went up at 9 amCST in the two na tions the island of were particularly stressed the two big peninsulas thrusting southward into the Caribbean frojn the island Y r Peninsula D JR and Peninsula Presque Isle Dusudoeust Haiti The dangerous tropical twister also posesa definite threat to Jamaica and the windward pas sage are late Friday andSat urday the weatherbureau said The windward passage separates Haiti from Cuba Forecasters predicted the hurricane would reach a point 30 to 40 miles south of the dominican by Friday forenoon Hurricane hunter planes on an aroundtheclock watch pin pointed the storms center about 160 miles south of Ponce P R moving toward the westnorth west1 at a slightly accelerated speed of 17 miles per hour G a 1 e warnings flew over Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands but the hurricane watch was discontinued there Residents of low lying arid exposed areas along the South Puerto Rican coast wereurged to move to higher ground im mediately in the face of in creasingly heavy swells and dangerous surf As the hurricane moves west of Puerto Rico the people along the south coastal area should be on the alert for heavy rains and possible floors the weather bureau said The midday advisory warned residents of the Dominican Re public and Haiti to prepare im nfediatejy against hurricane force winds high tides and tor rential rains Smashes His truck into White House f WASHINGTON WVA North Carolinianinsistent upon see ing President Kennedy about communism in his state smashed through the of a main entrance to White House grounds 1n a small truck Thursday The truck barrelled on up almost to the north main entrance to White House before guards got it stopped and hauled out driver who was kicking screaming I want to sec President Officers told reporters later that the man had identi fied at Allen HicksW of Wayrmville NC Valachi e angry at Mrs Nhu T 5 US ambassadorHenry Cabot Lodge charged Thursday that Dinh Nhus description of junior U SArniy officershere as little soldiers o5 fortunewas cruel aiidinsiilting Mrs Nhu South Viet Nams powerfulfirst iady as sistermlaw of bachelor President Ngo Dinh Diem also apmiseHI fVin nffinnnc Buddhists It is incomprehensible to me TOW anyone canspeak so cruelT ly Lodge saidin luY first public political statement since his ar rivalAug 22 It is a shocking statement These officersare risking their lives every day Some of them have beenkilled side by side with conf These menf should be thanked and not insulted Lodges statement was expected to have theeffect Diplomatic bombshell on the strained rela tions between the Kennedy admin istrationr and President Dfems authoritarian government A barrage of direct and indirect antiAmerican comments from Mrs Nhu and other members of he regime was launched after President Kennedy described Diems crackdown on Buddhist and student opposition as re pressive Lodge spoke out after Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and his aides left Saigon for the first of fourdays of battle area checks on the progress of the USsup ably brought up Mrs Nhus blast at the American officers Inside The Globe CHARGE BOSCH was in 2 WOMEN ARE responsible for soft whiskey the Communist Viet Cong Page 3 Editoria Is T 4 Soc iety news 478 Cub Gazette Q Sports news 1314 Comics 15 Latest markets lg ctp s convicted dope peddler and murderer probe walks along corridor Chief US to testify in Seriate crime Senate puts approval on military pay ihtifease bill v i secrets Tells about J Cosa Nostra WASHINGTON world turncoat Joseph Valachi jave Senate investigators a 2V3 lour rundown on operations of the dread nationwide criminal syndicate Cosa The stocky crewcut Valachi who will tell his story publicly Triday was under tight secur ity guard against any possible mderworld attempt on his life for violating ganglands code of One member of in vestigations subcommittee said the former mobstermurderer appeared perfectly coopera tive His disclosures were madeTbehind closed doorsin caucus Transit timetable 20 Classified pages2021 North Iowa news22 AUTHOR DEAD FAIRFIELD Conn man Beecher Stowe 82 author and grandson of Harriet MM J aayAt one he was book McNamara and Gen Maxwelleditor of Doubleday Page Co WASHINGTON UPI The Senate Thursday approved a compromise billion military pay raise bill clearing the way final congressional approval on Tuesday when it is due to takeeffect Designed to attract and re tain career servicemen the leg islation carried pay increases for almost every officer and en listed man with two or more years active service It also benefits rreserves and retired military personnel The bill now goes back to the House which plans to pass it Tuesday so it can be rusned to the President Chairman Richard B Russell DGa of the Armed Services Committeetold his colleagues they could not blind themselves to the fact that civilian govern ment employes have had two pay raises since the last mili tary pay vboost Russell also said he was dis appointed that the compromise bill carried no pay increases for servicemen withless than two years service The Seriate bill had covered all servicemen but Tiny teacher is only4 feet tall PARRINGTON wash AP Firstgrade pupils in Miss Frieda Groenvelds class can look their eacher squarely in the eyes She is 4 feet tall Being of a size with her pupils bothers neither Miss Groenveld nor the youngsters Children heed an answer she says Whenyou give it to them thatsall they need This is her first month as a teacher and Miss Groenveld ad mits she had the usual opening day jitters of the new schoolmam One boy clutching his mothers hand looked the teacher in the eyes and asked How come you are so little Im as big as you are said he little teacher as the mother blushed Arent we going to have fun Fun is one of the nice things aboutbeing a firstgrader here but there is always and respect When Miss Groenveld mounts her kitchen calls it my class falls silent Darrington School Dis rict officials believe they have found themselves a gem in their new teacher I can really say that Ive never wished that I were tall says Miss Groenveld parents always empha sized that I would have to make my own way without depending on people feeling sorry for me After graduation from Seattle Pacific College she came to Dar rington out of was born here although she grew up in Eyerett Throughout the school she is known as the little lady Pupils from the upper grades often drop by to help her with physical tasks such as posting bulletin board material The thing that matters when people look differently at you she says is how you yourself take it If people are going to laugh Ill laugh with them TINY TEACHER Firstgrade pupils can look their teacher Miss Frieda Groenveld squarely in the eyes She is only 4 feettall Miss Groenveld ad mits she had the usual openingday jit ters of the new school mam when she it i i Photofax started teaching here this fall but says her size has been no handicap She says she always has order and respect par ticularly when she mounts her kitchen stool or as she calls it my throne House conferees insisted on nar rowing its scope The House members yielded to the Senate in turn by ac cepting a less liberal provision on retired pay The final bill would permit retired personnel either to recompute theirbene fits or take a flat 5 per cent in crease but not both Overall pay raises in the bill average 144 per cent or up to a monthfor some officers Pay supplements would let some physicians anddentists qualify for larger increases The bill would also provide an increase in the pay of national guard and reserve personnel Evers says Ole Miss act was right JACKSON Miss UPDThe State Field Secretary for the Na tional Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People said Wednesday The University of Mississippi was fair and courteous in expelling its only Negro student for carrying a pistol Clcve McDowell wasnt ex pelled because he is a Negro Charles Evers said He was ex pelled because he broke the law McDowell a law student was expelled for carrying a 22caIi ber pistol on the campus Red lawyer to teach at Harvard CAMBRIDGE Mass W A leading Russian lawyer will teach in Harvard Universitys law school this fall He is 50yearold Boris S NikJ forov head of the criminal law department of the Soviet Insti tute for the Study of Causes and Prevention of Crime Harvard announced that Niki forov will teach a 4week course on comparison of Soviet and American law POPE 66 VATICAN CITY wi Pope Paul VI had his 66th birthday Thursday Unveils crime jagitolV police federal niar shals 7 The man who provided what he Justice Department called n intelligence breakthrough bout Cosa Nostra seemed aim and unafraidas n and out of the hearing room When the session ended Va achi and Chief U S Marshal amesP McShane entered the mens room Valachi emerged a ew minutes later puffing on a igarette and was whisked way to the District of Colum ia jail where he is being held A reporter asked Valachi how e felt and how the mornings ession went Fine fine he replied in a ow voice Sen Edmund Mitskie D laine a subcommittee mem er said Valachi was perfectly ooperative in describing his ormer underworld connections Muskie said Valachi spoke in kind of code which required requent interruptions to make ure what he meant He said or example that Valachi said family when he meant gang nd used other gangland terms vhich were unfamiliar to the enators In deference to the gangland ffer for his death Valachi was lanked by US marshals when ic arrived at the caucus room He wore a dark gray suit white hirt and maroon tie His ruddy face was expres ionless until reporters and hotographcrs began swarming round the convoy He grim ced when the newsmen pressed n around him million suit filed in Iowa DAVENPORT APWames B IcGrathr Davenport attorney has led a million slander suit gainst TriCity Broadcasting Co hich operates radio station WOC ere SAME DATElWt4t7 Safety U