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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Doity Newspoper that mokes oil North lowans neighbors IT Y GLOBE E Home Edition VOL w fntf ud UniU4 MM tatoraatiOMl Full LMM WirM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 10c a Paptr Consists of Four SecUonsSectlon One No 202 Photofex TALL CORN GROWSl its going to man on a stepladder or a mechanical corn picker with the highest kind of wheels to get the ears of cord off these two 16foot stalks pn a farm near Grin nell The ears are behind the cluster of leaves fabout 10 feet up Looking in amaze ment at the tall corn is an unidentified viewer who shared the interest of the photographer May start hearing next week f f WASHINGTON AP Chair man Harry F Byrd of the Senate Finance Committee says he may open public hearings next week on President Kennedys tax cut bill Indications are however that lengthy committee deliberations and a decision to seek Senate ac tion first on controversial civil rights legislation will delay final congressional action until early next year Senate Democratic leaders made plain Tuesday they planned to bring the civil rights bill up for a Senate vote before the tax cut measure which was passed last week in the House The civil rights bill is expected to touch off a battle that almost certainly will include a lengthy Southern filibuster against the bill Thus even if the Senate Finance Committeemoves quickly on the tax bill the Seriate would be fln able to consider it until it dispos es of civil rights Byrd Virginia Democrat said Secretary of the Treasury Doug las Dillon would be leadoff wit ness at the tax bill hearings His announcement came Tuesday aft er his committee voted 11 to 4 against a move by Sen Paul Douglas DI11 to speed up hear ings Its avery unfortunate deci sion Douglas said In effect we will have no tax bill this year Sen Everett M Dirksen ofIlli nois the Senate Republican leader and a Finance Committee mem ber said the committees vote meant the bill would not be ready for floor action until Christmas Flora kills 30 persons PORT OF SPAIN Trinidad UPI Hurricane Flora killed at least 30 persons on neighbor ing Tobago when it roared across the island Monday night it was reported Wednesday Rescue workers were report ed still digging in the debris for more bodies North Iowa Weather outlook Generally fa f r through Thursday A little cooler north Wednesday night lows In the 40s Cooler Thursday highs in the 70s Weather details on Page J u Bro kill mobster Reports on Viet crisis McNamara tells JFK of trip i WASHINGTON ident Kennedy Wednesday re ceived a report on the confused situation in South Viet Nam from Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara and Gen Maxwell D Taylor f According to reports McNa mara probably found no final an swer in South Viet Nam to two important questions He probably didnt learn how to get President Ngo Dinh Diem to do what the United States thinks must be done to win the war against the Communist Viet Cong Or what would happen if Diem were overthrown But McNamara left for Wash ington Tuesdaywith a massive report that should help President Kennedy make one crucial deci sion whether the Communists can be defeated if the United States continues to support Diems authoritarian and increas ingly unpopular regime The defense secretary probably had much of the information he got here before he left Washing ton last week One highly placed sympathetic diplomat described McNamaras trip as apiece of necessary showmanship for the benefit of increas ingly hostile hftheAmerican com mitment in South Viet Nam McNamara covered more than 2060 miles in his swing through major war zones s He conferred with Diem three hours The visit probably was too brief to get across more than an impression of ITS displeasure with Diems repressive tactics McNamaras report probaSly will follow the line of previous observations of American officers on the scene An intelligent guess can be made on its main points On the basis of recommenda tions available before he arrived McNamara probably will recom mend no increase in the force of 15000 US military men in Viet Nam and no increase in the cur rent million daily in US aid Rock Island head likes UP proposal CHICAGO presi dent of the Rock Island Rail road told stockholders Tuesday to ignore the merger proposal of the North Western Railway and vote instead for a merger with the Union Pacific R E Johnson said in a let ter to stockholders that merger with the Chicago and North Western would not be desir able for the Rock Island Johnson who previously sup ported merging with the Union Pacific said his line should merge with a strong railroad serving the Pacific Coast The Union Pacific he said isa favorable merger part ner because it connects with the Rock Island at a number of locations and presently de livers substantial tonnage to the Rock Island for shipment RockIsland stockholders are scheduled to vote on the pro posed merger with the Union Pacific at a special meeting Nov 15 Another group of Rock Island stockholders opposes the Union Pacific proposal and is lining up in favor of the Chicago North Western exchange offer Report France in wheat deal PARIS sources said Wednesday France has signed an agreement for the delivery of 80000 tons of wheat flour to the Soviet Union NO MEETING WASHINGTON WfcPresiderit Kennedy will not hold a news conference this week World Series Dodgers win DODGERS 041 000 OM5 9 0 YANKEES OdO 000 0202 6 0 Story picture page 21 ANYONE FOR SQUASH These hugf serve as a Lisa Lombardb and ner sister Kim j Dominick Verteramo standing surprised at thegrowth of such calls them banana his Albany NY garden Squash at left is 46 inches long 150 pounds while the other is 48 inches IGOjpounds Barry insists he is not conforming WASHINGTON Barry said Wednesday those who contend he is hedging his conservatism to angle for the 1964 GOP presidential nomination have not listened to what he is saying Goldwater Arizona Republi can who is considered a front runner for a nomination he still insists he isnt seeking said in an interview that he hasnt changed his fundamental position on any issue in speeches he has made in all sec tions of the country Some of the peopie who are saying that Iam modifying my conservative position just havent been reading what I have been said Of course I think there would be something wrong with any fundamental issue dont intend to About the only concrete ex ample of a shift that off hand attorney general with authority BOXED IN LOS ANGELES UPI downtown intersection was boxed up Tuesday when a truck overturned spilling 37000 pa per cartons Valachi tells of disgrace Diedafter big murder WASHINGTON UPI Cosa Nostra informer Joseph Vala chi told Senate investigators Wednesday about a mobster who died of a broken heart after disgracing himself by showing nervousness after the killing of gangland boss Giu seppe Masseria The squat alumnus of the crime combine identified the nervous gangster as Ciro Ter ranova Masseria who was set up for death byhis own lieuten ants was murdered in a Coney Island restaurant Masseria was the leader of the Italian faction inthe 14month ItalianSicilian gang war of 193031 Cirovwas so shaky in put ting the keyin theignition that they threw the wheel Vala chi said jn the episode He said Vito Genovese alleged under theVtable bossof Cosa Nostra Terranova and other aides had been present at Masserias slaying Valachi said Ciro began to have what he called the buck wheats after the incident and Valachi in error WASHINGTON UPI Sen crime investigators said a BobBy Doyle identi fied as a Cosa Nostra killer Tuesday by Joseph Valachi is a resident of Hartford Conn and not Stamford Conn The Investigations Subcommittee chairman John L McClellan formally apologized to a Stam ford resident with the same name Valachi said he made a mistake in his testimony any man in public life who didnt change some of his adeas to meet the developments of the time he added Consistency his began to is not necessarily a virtue But be stripped away I havent changed my stand on After a while he took it so and I hard that he just died of a brokenheart he said He disgraced hi m s e f e of a shift in position disraced n m s e I f Goldwater could think of asked Chairman John L Mc and was his of the Senate support of the Kennedy Subcommittee istrations proposal to clothe the Valachi agreed He disclaimed knowledge of iflTYl m Q M i to file suitsto enforce school incriminal operations in a variety tegration of midwestern cities in Ian guage which suggested that he had never heard of the cities themselves Senator I never heard of Omaha Valachi said when asked about policy and horse book operations there JACKIE IN ATHENS gef nvmg at airport Mrs Jacque crowd on ar Athens to begin a Photofax 15day vacation in Greece With the First Lady is US Ambassador Henry R Labouisse utes within Armour draw to head CHICAGO Ralph Helstein president of the UnitedPacking house Workers said Wednesday strike authorizations have been issued for locals against Armour Co plants including one at Mason City Iowa The eigtit locals he said have disputes with the meat com pany involving grievances over work standards and work loads Strike authoriiations were is sued for Omaha St Joseph Mason City Kansas City Den Inside The Globe HIGH COST OP dying part two Page 3 CHERGHEZ LA Womans Club for fashion Page 8 HAMPTON PLANT has 10 years without losttime accident Page 20 1 ASSOCIATED Citizens file nominations Page 33 Society news Clear Lake news 1819 North lows news 20 Sports news 2122 Editorials 28 standards and work loads Their only recourse he said is a strike or strike threat The grievance situation has been compounded he said by the steady loss of jobs at Armour plants due to plaol closedowns and refusal to trans fer employes to other jobs and plants Helstein saidthe locals strike within 20 days after strike mittee authorizations have been issued or else the grievance is voided Most ofthe localshe said are still within their 20dayperiod Whether or not strikes actu ally are called depends upon ac tion by locals Helstein said But he said that many locals are preparing for strikes Press hunt for slayer of 2 girls MINNEAPOLIS AP Police and sheriffs men launched fresh hunt WednescL for the slay er of two small girls whose bodies Latest markets 32 were dumped in heavy underbrush Mason City news secluded road Comics Transit timetable 38 Classified pages 3839 Seek out discrimination WASHINGTON AP The De fense Department has ordered the armed services to take an ex haustive inventory of any racial discrimination in transportation education public accommoda tions housing and other facets of life near military bases The Associated Press learned Wednesday that Assistant Secre tary of Defense Norman Paul sent the order for an offbase equal opportunity inventory on Sept 24 He set a Nov 8 deadline for replies The basic objective is to ob tain necessary information for the formulation of future policy the Pentagon said It declined to make public Pauls memorandum to the serv ices on grounds it is an official working paper However the department did furnish a copy of a threepage in ventory form to be filled out by each base command The form listed 17 separate major questions and topics Paul wants covered It was not said how base com manders would collect the ma orders race probe terial Presumably military per sonnel will be sent out to make onthespot checks in communities surrqunding the bases This newest action in a series of Pentagon moves aimed at eas ing discrimination against Negro servicemen appeared likely to meet strong criticism from South ern members of Congress The questionnaire delves among other things into local customs and laws and local laws enforce ment questions Two of the instructions are phrased this way 1 Briefly describe any local customs or laws which prevent or are enforced in a manner which discourage voluntary offbase as sociation by white and Negro mil itary personnel and their de pendents when traveling in private automobiles using public side walks or visiting each others resi dences 2 Is the treatment accorded Negro military personnel by the local police in any way different from that accorded white military personnel K so specify Under public transportation heading Paul told base com manders to kind of commercial transportation service to base whether or where integrated whether bus service in town is in tegrated whether seating policy for military personnel and their dependents differs from that ap plicable to other riders plus other facts necessary to a full under standing of actual In exploring education around bases the Pentagon directive asks commanders to describe facilities used by military personnel indi cating which are integrated Housing is covered in only one question Do white and Negro personnel have equal opportunity for ade quate housing off base If not give a brief description of the existing conditions Commfmders were asked to des cribe segregation practices if any affecting military personnel and their families in use of such pub licly owned or controlled proper ties as parks libraries golf courses and tennis courts A road worker chancing to walk into the wooded area in suburban Plymouth Village came upon the bodies Tuesday 24 days after the girls disappeared while playingin their rundown south side neighborhood Victims of the apparent kid naping were Melissa Ann Lee 5 and Barbara Ann Foshaug 4 Even as news of the finding ended the forlorn hope of the par ents they were the object of ad ditional questioning although po lice spokesmen said the parents were not considered suspects It seems certain now that the girls were kidnaped and slain but by whom is another question said Detective Capt Ralph Dea son Vow to defy Ben Bella ALGIERS muti neers manned cannon on Algerian mountain ridges Wednesday vow ing to defy President Ahmed Ben Bella even at the cost of civii war Ben Bella forces announced plans to arm vigilante committees tc fight if necessary with loyal Army troops The announcement was made by Hadj Ben Alia chief organizer of Ben Bellas ruling Front of Na tional Liberation Meanwhile government troops threw a ring of roadblocks around the dissident Kabylic area in an effort to isolate the rebels In Mason City Peter Lich man president of UPWAs ver Colo St Paul North Platte and Fort Worth iicaiucll m ujrvvAs Helstein said that under1 the cal 38 said ameeting of union contracts with Armouxv the lomembershiphas been calledfor cals have no right to arbitrate pm Wednesday to discuss g WQrk The E Decker Sons plant here is an Armour division Both union and management personnel here said that the International Union and Armour have meetings set for Friday and Saturday to attempt to re solve areas of disagreement The unionwill be meeting with an automation Committee and Armours labor relations com Locaf between ArmourDecker and the union lave failed to reach a solution n the job load grievances Lehman said Thegeneral meeting Wednesday night was to be for a report to the mem bership on the local situation and discussion of it union spokesmen said The local union has been free to strike for some time on the basis of notices filed in connec tion with local job load griev ances Although job load grievances are local matters it has been indicated over aperiod of time that the climate of national Ar mourunion relations can affect negotiations on local levels Christine accused of telling lies LONDON Christine Keeler was accused in court Wednes day of blaming a Negro exlover for a beating actually adminis tered by a girl friends brother A crown prosecutor made the accusation at the start of a mag istrates hearing to determine whether the 21 yearold femma atale of the Profumo scandal and three codefendants will stand rial on perjury and other charges The Negro exlover was Aloysius LuckjtV Gordon a Jamaican jazz singer On June 7 he was con victed on anassault charge brought by the redhaired prosti ule and sentenced to three years in prison Seven weeks later a court threw out the conviction on the basis of evidence that was not disclosed then The charges against Chris ine and the others followed AH our have been free on bail SAME   

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