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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             UNITED NATIONS NY British Foreign Secretary Lord Home give uarded approval Tuesday to the Soviet Unions proposal tor an 18nation sum nut meeting on disarmament before June 30 Home warned however in a speech before the UN General Jo 18naiion Assembly that a number of clear directives would have to be drafted ia advance if such a meeting is to have any value Key points that should be agreed upon be said are non dissemination of information about the making and use of nu dear weapons stationing of ob servers to guard against sur prise attack and progress to ward abolitionof nuclear deliv ery vehicles My government will gladly join in any preliminary discus sions which in turn could lead to such a meeting as Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gro myko described and give it a better chance of showing re sults Home said He blamed the deep schism in ideology between the Com munist world and the rest for the comparative failure of the United Nations Organization to develop collective security In the long run the only sure guar antor of peace Now there is a sign which mayherald a new chapter of co operation between the Soviet Union and the West which could in its turn have a most profound influence on the con duct usefulness and efficiency of theUnited Nations he said Home noted with satisfaction that Soviet Premier Khrushchev in recent months has repeat edly declared that to interpret Communist doctrine in terms of world war is wrong and is folly Home said he would welcome agreement between the United States and Russia to prevent the spread of mass destruction weapons to outer space The atmosphere for disarm ament negotiations would then be immeasurably improved he said After his assembly speech Home lunched with Groniyko and continued the Western probe of Russian intentions North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for news pa per th at ma ke s all North I o wans neighbors VOL Associated Frew United JnUruttlonil Full Leace Wirei CITY GLO MASON CITY IOWA OCTOBER 1 Home Edition UOc a Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 201 Valachi unravels 1 tales of murder WASHINGTON cpsa Nostra informer Joseph Valachi told a lurid tale of murder Tuesday in the gang warfare of the 1930s and putthe finger on a Connecticut restaurant owner as a participant in three under world killings Valachi testified that a Bob by Doyle was one of the men who gunned down Steve Ferrig no alias Funnuci and Alfred Fhotofax res McShane vestigation Subcommittees star wit the will press tax bills WASHINGTON congressional leaders aftercon suiting with President Kennedy Tuesday saidthat there is no valid reason why Congress cant pass both the tax and civil right bills this session They said every effort will be made to do so However earlier reports indi Charles City man injured files suit CHICAGO A damage suit was filed in US District Court Tuesday by an lowan who claimed he was in jured by 10 Chicago hunters when they fifed at a pheasant Jack E Ter Bush Charles City said the incident occurred during the 1961hunting season Ter Bushs suit said he was struck in the fight eye and in jured oh other parts of his body by buckshot from the hunters shotguns The suit contends the hunters failed to exercise due precaution in the handling of their firearms Ter Bushs suit said the hunt ers were marching abreast through a c o r nf i e 1 d near Charles City trying to flush pheasants Ter Bush was about 60 yards behiiiU the hunters the suit said when he aroused a pheas ant The hunters turned the suit alleged and fired at the bird as it winged over the corn field splattering Ter Bush with buckshot HEAT WAVE ENDS LOS ANGELES siege of heat that kept temper atures above the 100degree mark in most of southern Cali fornia for five straight days ended Tuesday as ocean breezes dropped temperatures down to a cool 88 North Iowa Weather outlook Fair warmer Tuesday nlfht lows 45 to SO Partly cloudy continued mild Wed msday in lower Ms Weather on 2 d that thev administration has abandoned plans to try to hurry up Senate Finance Com mittee action orf the tax cut This apparently reduced chances of passing it this year House Speaker John W McCor mack of Massachusetts said that No two programs are more essential to the well being of the nation Without the proposed bil lion tax cut he said the econ omy cannot meet the demand for jobs posed by an exploding population iWthout enactment of the civil said the nation will diminish morally S e n a te Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana echoed the speakers sentiments He said there is no intention to pass either the tax bill or the Inside The Globe WOMEN ANGERED at Shaff plan statement Page 2 NEW SERIES tells of high cost of dying Page 7 t EditoriasI Society news 91017 Sports North Iowa news 15 Latest markets U Mason City news Clear Lake news 18 Comics 20 Farm news 21 Transit timetable 22 Classified pages 10L23 civil rights bill alone but to pass both before the congressional session ends McCormack anrf Mansfield flanked by other Senate and House Democratic leaders talked with newsmen after their weekly breakfast1session with President Kennedy There appeared to be a link between Tuesdays strong stand for pushing both tax and civil rights measures to enactment and a statement bverVttie week end by Sen Barry of Arizona a probable leader for the Republican presidential ination next year1 that Kennedy would have tochcwse a tax cut andcivilrights bill for enactment session Mans field said he had receivedno in dication whenChairman Harry F Byrd DVa of the Senate Finance Committee would bring he Housepassed tax bill before the committee for consideration He said however that he would expect Byrd to start hearings shortly Waves dunk Marines in war games HONOLULU toHigh waves and a treacherous cross current caused 15 small landing craft loaded with v Marines to over turn Monday in war games on the island of Molokai 50 miles southeast of Honolulu Seven Marines and Navy men were injured none of them seri ously Russia U S for consular pact WASHINGTON Unit ed States and the Soviet Union are quietly negotiating a consular treaty which could chip more frost from the Cold War andultimately aid in any increased USSoviet trade Theproposed Itreaty Vw able eachof the two countries to open consulates in cities outside each others capital r If an agreement is reached the Senate have to ratify the pact tbefprejt could become ef the case of the limitednuclear test ban treaty Generally the job of a consulate is tolook1 after the interests of its citizens traveling or doing busi ness abroad Although embassies have taken over some of these commercial functions an embas sys chief mission is to represent its country in dealings with a for eign power Warde M Cameron an assist ant legal adviser of the State De floor window to avoid returning tp the Soviet Union When Soviet Premier Khru shchev visited with President Ei senhower at CampDavis in 1959 the two briefly touched on the possibility of a consular agree ment partment is conducting the talks with vthe Soviet foreign ministry He left for Moscow after the So viet Union recommended Sept 14 that legal experts of the two for eign offices discuss the issue Although letters between Presi dent Franklin D Roosevelt and Soviet Commissar Max im Litvinov which led to US rec ognition of the USSR proposed a consulaitreaty no pact was ever concluded Nevertheless the two powers had consular relations for a while In 1941 the United States set up consular office in Vladivostok the big soviet Pacific coast port and got permission in 1947 to open one in Leiningrad The latter was never opened however In the mid1930s the Russians opened offices in New York San Franciscoand Los Angeles The three Soviet consulates here and the American one in Vladi vostok were closed in 1948 the year of the Berlin blockade and he Soviet blocs campaign against Yugoslavias Tito The immediate reason of the closings however was the desperate escape from Moscows New York consulate of Dksana S Kasenkina a Soviet eacher who leaped from a third The U2 spy plane incident pul the issue into the deep freeze Germans give to open Chest drive The Mason City Community Chest drive opens officially next week hut it was given a kicljoff Monday by six Germans touring plants here as guests of the North Iowa Soybean Coop erative The group attended the Rotary Club meeting Monday at noon whereslide films about the Community Chest were shown Afterwards they made their that it be accepted Otto Koester Lake Mills Wis who served as interpreter for the group told the Rotarians the group of visitors were helped greatly by Americans after the war and they felt that by con tributing the Mason City Community Chest they were helping to repay kindness re ceived They said We wish we could give more Bulletin MOSCOW un Premier Khrushchev has told the Rus sian people large amounts of wheat are coming from Cana da and Australia Hehinted he might not need US wheat The premiers state ments were in a speech pub lished Tuesday in Investia Mineo on Nov 5 1930 from the window of a Bronx apartment He said Doyle also killed Joseph Pinzolo in August of the same year in Pinzolds office An un named visitor also was killed ae said Valachi said Doyle was from Stamford Conn and was in volved in the restaurant juke box and bookmaking business He said the killings were par of a gangland war between the Maranzano mob and the Mas iena group Valachi said he had aeen recruited into the Cosa NostraVcombine byDoyle am another member of the Maran zano faction In an account reminiscento primetime television crime hows the stubby redhearec angland alumnus testifiedtha tie had been staked out for twc months to watch Funnuci1 Erom anapartmentin the sami building He said he was to hav driven the murder carbut wa recognized by the doorman an abortive slaying attempt The murder was committee the next day DoyI and a now deceased sharp shooter named Buster Ac cording to subcommittee aide New York aufhoritieshave no yet been able toidentify Bus ter who wasbelieved to have a Chicago background Valachi testifying about mur der cases dating back three dec ades also linked Gaetano Luc chese alias TommyThreeFin gered Brown with New York mob operations Sen Jacob K Javits RNY called this dis closure about Luechese who fronts as a dress manufac turer the most of the hearings to date tn other testimony Valach testified that underworld over lord Vito Genovese now in For Leavenworth prison has Nevada gambling interests in Las Vegas with Meyer Lansky Lansky was a prime target of the special Senate committee which studied syndicated crime in 195051 under the late Sen Estes Kefauver DTenn De tails of Lanskys Las Vegas op erations were not immediately sought by the subcommittee In describing the 1930 war for control of Cosa Nostra Valach said he wasrecruited to spy on the rMasseria group now Geno vese Valachi told of fingering1 Mineo and Ferrigno two of the Masseria bosses as they left an apartment at Pelham Parkway New York Valachi described Buster a being only 22 at the time He looked like a college boy Va lacht said Buster always carried a vio lin case he said What was in the case he was asked A machine gun he replied He said Buster who had VALACHI Please turn to page 2 WASHINGTON House sped to President Kennedy for expected prompt approval Tues day a bill to raise military pay an estimated billion a year The roll call vote was 332 to 5 The compr6mise m e a s u r c passed the Senate last week Its effective date is Tuesday The in history would average 144 per cent and range up to monthly White House spokesmen said President Kennedy would sign the bill later Tuesday OKs military pay raise ti Even so government officials said that thousands of lowrank ing personnel probably would con tinue to seek charity or outside jobs The basic pay of recruits for example woulfl go up only a month to a new scale of monthly Counting subsistence and living quarters allowances many of them would still end up with annual incomes of about a year Most of the increases would go to officers and enlisted personnel in the middle pay at points in their at which they face decisions on whether tocontinue in the mili tary life The bill is a compromise be tween earlier measures passed by the House and Senate It would bring raises as high as a month for majors lieutenant com manders senior sergeants and chief petty officers Other increases include Cap tains and Navy lieutenants a month sergeant majors and equivalent ranks corporals and their equivalent ranks The reciuits privates corpo rals and sergeants and corre sponding Navy ranks with more than two years service would get boosts ranging from 15 to monthly In addition men in combat areas like South Viet Nam would receive an extra a month and servicemen who must leave their dependents at home would receive a month more The increase would be the first in basic military pay since 1958 Reservists and National Guards men would share in the increases getting more money for drills and training duty HASSAN ACCUSED King Hassan II ofn left has troops poised 10 yards fronr the Algerian border President Ahmed Ben Bella right charged m a radio address from Algiers and is backing a Berber uprising against his government Accuses Hassan rebels ALGIERS Algerian army Tuesday began a joining the dissident troops of re bellious Col Mohand Ou El Hadj The colonel called for a decisive Fight against President Ahmed Ben Bellas government A government officer in Tizi Ouzou capital of the Berber area of the is the Hold suspect in MacNider jewel theft A young man carrying 000 worth of jewelry identified as that stolen from Mr and rtrs Jack MacNider of Mason ity was being held in Rolla Mo Tuesday The Missouri highway patrol aid the man w h o gave his name as Arthurs Anderson Jr and addresses in L o s Angeles and Brooklyn admitted having tolen the jewelry Saturday in Scottsdale Ariz where the MacNiders awere attending a onvention Anderson was picked up by a atrolman near Cuba nvestigation He was driving a atemodel Cadillac convertible at the time The patrol in Missouri said very item reported to be miss ng by the MacNiders was in Andersons possession He also vas carrying and admitted laving spent about The HacNiders reported stolen n addition to the jewelry Anderson was reported to lave been carrying a concealed weapon in his car centerpf the revolt said most noncommissioned officers and men in the area have deserted Informants iin said all was quiet fin the cityand vir tually all troops disappeared from he streets Small convoys were seen head ng toward themountains where u El Hadj has been organizing his stronghold Ou El Hadj called on officers and men of his 7th Military Re gion to join us in our combat The time has come to engage na decisive struggle against the dictatorial regime the appeal aid V There was no immediate com ment from the government in giers It appeared to know little bout the situation in the moun tainous region some 60 miles east f the capital Ben Bella sought to rally the Jgerian masses against the hreat to his oneman rule A call was issued for a mass emonstration of support r to Beri Bella Tuesday in the Algiers For um Square Ben Bella tried to electrify the thargic masses by announcing lat Moroccan troops were con entrating near the Algerian fron icr He said Morocco was Back ng the Berber revolt which broke ut Sunday in the Kabylie Moun ain region east of Algiers Speaking with emotion the pres dent soldiers of King Moulay Hassanare ten meters yards from the Algerian rentier We knowwhat it means Ve fear nothing We can defend urselves Morocco has been demanding a portion of the Algerianheld Sa hara and the relationship be tween the two governments has been stiff and frequently hostile Ben Bella implied the purpose of the alleged concentration of Mor occan troops was to draw Alger ian troops away from the Kabyue and to the frontier WARM SPELL WASHINGTON UPI The Weather Bureau predicts Distribute accounts in credit union SIOUX CITY UPI Assets otaling about of the irmour Credit Union at the ioux City Armour plant were Predicts eing distributed to the memberlwatrmer than usual weather in TnnHav October except in the eastern hip Monday The credit union voted to dis olve when Armour and Co an ounced the closing of the plant n June The First Iowa Credit Union as been accepting for member hip anyone who has been a n ember of the Armour group ccording to First Iowa officials he group is also taking over a umber of the Armour loans According to officials the col ection of loans should be com leted by April and the funds ivided amoung the membership n a prorated basis half of the nation where tem peratures are expected to dip below flormal SAME DAT6W24W V   

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