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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 21, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Home Edition VOL 103 Associated and United Prttt International Full MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 21 1964 UOc a Paper Consists of Two No 2M ongress gets budget City Council acts on Federal traffic jam Economy the byword 3year plan Widen street remove parking By LARRY FULLER TheCity Council ofMason City Monday night by a 40 vote committed the city to a threeyear program to widen and remove parking on sections of Federal Ave Under the plan by the end of 1966 parking defi nitely will be removed from 2nd South to the south city limits and from 5th North to the north city limits Downtown between 2nd South and 5th North parking on Federal either would be removed with the LBJ got gift from Bob Baker fourlane twoway WASHINGTON UPI President Johnson then Senate Democratic leader was given a free stereo hifi set in 1959 by a local insurance deal cr at the request of forme Senate aide Robert G Bobby it was disclosed Tues Baker day The incident was described i previously s e cr e t leslimon given the Senate Rules Com mittee by Don B Reynold who has figured inthe Baker r it would remain with ederal twolane and one ray Actual implementation of the Ian however depends on ap roval from the Iowa State lighway Commission The resolution puts the coun il on record in favor ofthe plan if the stateagrees to a 50 0 cost sharing program and i he total cost of the program does not exceed the estimate City Engineer Richard Wid seth and City Atty R Michae Sweesy were authorized by th council to prepare a letter fo Photolax JOVIAL Teamsters boss James R Hoffa shows high spirits as he left the Federal Court House in Chat tanooga Tenn after the first day of proceedings i n his jurytampering trial Flash ing a wide smile even after his lawyer lost a bid to win ismissal of the indictment on grounds that the supposedly ecret grand jury minutes had 5ecn leaked to unnamed per sons LBJ wants freeze on Avehicles WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson proposed Tuesday lhal Russia and the United Slales explore a verified freeze of the number and char acteristics of strategic nuclear vehicles Johnson laid a fivepoint pro gram of nossiblc agreemcnl be fore Ihe 17nalion Geneva dis armament conference as il re sumed sessions afler break of several monlhs In a to the confer ne comer DISTINGUISHED SERVICE John P Fieseler ence ne smu laying Ihe right smiles in appreciation for the 1963 Distin groundwork in earlier years for guished Service Award presented by Richard Stoyles case as an and associate insurance agent of Bakers who wrote an insurance policy on Johnsons life Reynolds testi fied earlier this month In the testimony the com mittee also made public an authenticated interview with Walter Jenkins longtime John the commission stating th councils position The letter scheduled lo b prepared Tuesday will b signed by Mayor George E Mendon and City Clerk Met Hugi Widseth Monday told tl council he h a s discussed th program with commission eng neers He said the enginee reacted favorably but requested a more concrete proposal from the council Hancock Co liquor vote runs heavy GARNERVoting in Hancock Jn ordinary terminology nnntvs liciuor bv the he limited nuclear test ban reaty it had already contribut ed more to a disarmament than any other conference in modern listory Tooay your search begins anew in a climate of hope Johnson told the delegates in cluding envoys of Communist Western and neutrlist nations Johnsons proposal to impose a freeze on the number anc types of nuclear weapons of fensive and defensive wa the second of his five points I was not spelled out n detail son aide who is now White House assistant Jenkins told committee aides he was in formed that the record player was a present from Baker Pearson LBJ to meet on French rift WASHINGTON Prime Minister Lester B Pear son is expected to lalk with Presidenl Johnson during a visil beginning Tuesday about the possibility of finding ways lo improve relations between John son and French President Charles de Gaulle The outlook for closer ties be tween Paris and Washington as U S officials see the situation is dark at the momenl especial ly because of Ihe recent deci sion by De Gaulle to recognize Communist China Pearson spent last week in Paris He conferred with the French leader and is known lo be deeply concerned about thc rifl belwcen Iwo of Ihe major nalions in Ihe Atlantic Alliance DipSomals said lhal his desire fo do everything possible to re duce the differences and to stress possibilities of accord rather than disagreement would be reflected in his discussions with Ihe President here MURROW OUT ROWAN IN WASHINGTON dent Johnson Tuesday an nounced the resignation of Ed ward R Murrow as dircclor of the United Slates Information Agency and Ihe sclecUonof Carl T Rowan present ambassador to Finland as his successor North Iowa Weather outlook Fair and warmer with in creasing cloudiness windy and turning cooler highs low 40s in northwest to low touthwest Weathtr details on page 2 The program is designed lo ease the flow of Iraffic into the downtown area Wid seth said Whether downtown parking is removed on Federal or some oneway traffic plan is used is up lo Ihe council lo decide at a later dale he added The program calls for In 1964 Widening Federal rom 19lh to 27th South from 35 o 49 feet and removing parking from 19th South to the south city limits Cost In 1965 Widening Federal from 19th to 8th South from 41 to 49 feet and removing park ing from 19th to 2nd South Cost In 1966 Widening Federa1 from 5lh lo 17th North from 41 to 49 feet removing parking from 5th North to north limits Countys liquor by the drin election Tuesday was running a little heavier than thc nor mal for an offyear election according to Arthur Ross coun ty auditor A check of six of the countys 16 precincts at 11 am showed a total of 340 ballots had been cast Ross pointed out The heaviest vote seemed to be in thc urban precincts In Britt for instance 151 votes had been cast at 11 am Hancock County is the 18th county in the stale lo vote on the liquorbylhedrink situation So far 10 of the elections have wets and seven have favored Ihe drys Inside disarmamenl experts a veri fied freeze would mean agreed limitation on the size of nuclear forces and on the types f weapons with the agreement o be guaranteed by inspection n the participaling countries Other points in Johnson pro gram A discussion of the means of prohibiting the threat or use of force directly or indirectly by aggression sub version or the clandestine sup ply of armslo change boun daries or demarcalion lines The Globe WASHINGTON UP President Johnson called turnabout to the long upward march of federal spehd ng Tuesday with a costcutting taxcutting billion budget aimed at the nations pockets of poverty Johnson sent Congress a fiscal 1965 budget mes age which confidently assumed the earliest possible tax reduction He termed it a giant step toward a balanced budget in a fullemployment fullprosperity economy The budget would carve billion and 27000 civilians from the Defense Department He proposed national de fense effort which in cludes along with actual military expenditures such costs as civil defense stockpiling and atomic weapons procurement Other cuts wouH hit the Ag riculture Department the Post Office the Atomic Energy Commission and the Veterans Admimslralion DAT T AS un Jack Rubvs The new fiscal bluePrint also efense wiicw slightly the overall to free on bond th i killknks sell I off a billiondollar batch of gov ernment assets and cut the defi cil in billion Ihis year lo billion in the fed eral year starling July 1 Withdraw bid to free Ruby President Kennedys ac used assassin The court agreed o appoint a disinterested psy liatrist to examine Ruby The defense said a psy T hiatric examination was the At yfars end June 30 1965 urpose of the attempt to have the de Jf6 Ruby released on bond T r fl Attorney Tom Howard told the 31 bmn he estimated court the defense was dismissNevertheless it isa compas ng the original writ of habeas slonatf said corpus hearing at the time history s heaviest out prejudice He said this was spending for our nation s most being done even though an acHPprtant resource its peo quaintance of chief defense atfe He asked more than SI lorney Melvin Belli had a PackaSe Uack on to post the bond theT of Howard noted that both thel Johnson jold thc legislator state and the defensehad he wasguided in this first ma agreed that psychiatric economic task of his presi nalion was necessary in the denfcy Principle that an austere budget need not be and should not be a standstill budg OUTSTANDING G Hawkins district manager for InterstatePower Co accepts the 1963 Outstanding Boss Award from Allen Fatten The powers should 1962 winner The awards were made Monday night at the annual Bosses Night banquet of the Mason City Junior Chamber of Commerce See story on Page 15 GLENN WINS See Page 3 lo develop a verified agree ment to halt all production of fissionable materials for weap ons use Johnson said the Unit ed States is willing to achieve prompt reductions through both sides closing comparable pro duction facilities on a planlby planl basis with mutual inspec tion The United Stales will be ready lo discuss proposals for cealing a system of observa tion posts as a means of re ducing the danger of surprise attack Thc nuclear powers should Confused reports from Tanganyika LONDON rushed nearly 2000 troops andan air agree to ban Ihe spread of nu borders Tuesday but the situa and removing parking from 2nd South lo or adopting KQUFAX WINS pro ath lete of year award Page 11 HYPNOTIST makes smok ing unpleasant Page 15 IilUUlla ID llUliHULIcai IIO should ban all becalming follcm one of several plans making Federal oneway Cosl The plan also calls for widen ing side strecls off Federal especially in soulheast Mason City lo handle parking removed from Federal Widseth lold Ihe council Mon day he believes the cost esti mate also can include widening of thc underpass at 9lh SE He said by making the upper sup porling span of Uie underpass stronger side supporting spans probably could be removed This would allow fourlane Iraffic Ihrough Ihe FEDERAL clear weapons lo nonnuclear na tions weapons tests underground as veil as those now prohibited lion in Ihe new African nation Editorials North Iowa news Comics Society news 8 Sports news 1 Latest markets Mason City news 141 Clear Lake news 1 Farm news 1 Transit timetable 1 Classified pages 181 Snow rain wind hit California SAN FRANCISCO Heavy snow and rain driven by gale winds continued to buffet North ern California and much of Neiaam vada after chasing people from Diplomatic A brief Associated Press dis palch from Dar cs Salaam the Tanganyikan capital said a government information officer The reports said at least 14 persons were killed and 120 in jured in Mondays mutiny trig gered by resenlment over low pay and delay in replacing Bril ish officers commanding mili tary forces of Ihe twoyearold commonwealth nation No white casualties were mentioned and the victims were all believed to be African case Earlier Ruby wept and said he was more remorseful than angry when he shot accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald Farms drop during 63 WASHINGTON W The num ber of farms operated in this counlry declined anolher three per cenl in 1963 Ihe Agricullure Department said Tuesday and il forecasl a corresponding de cline this year At Ihe beginning of Ihis year the number of farms was re ported at 3481000 compared with 3579800 a year earlier There were about 37 per cent more farms operating 10 years ago The peak was back in 1925 when 6448000 farms were in existence had announced thai Presidenl Julius Nycrere was safe and would broadcast to Ihe nalion Tuesday Nyererc was reported at his official residence in Dar es Sa their homes snarling traffic and causing injuries Monday The forecast even mentioned the rare possibility of snow in hills around San Francisco Bay area as tcmperalures were ex peeled lo skid in a wide area Swisher quits Iowa legislature DES MOINES Rep Scot or Asian Many were believedSwishcr DIowa City resignei lo be Indian owners of shopsjTucsday as a member of Ih and bazaars thai were looted I Iowa Legislature effective im during the disorders RIOT LAW JACKSON Miss UPI mediately Swisher 44 who is serving reports trickling into London said the Tanganyi kan capital was calm but underjmenls regarding Ihe assignment sixmonth federal prison term for failure to file federal in Mississippi municipalities would come tax returns Gov be permitted to enlcr into agree military curfew and the rebel lious 1st Battalion of the Tan of personnel equipment and supplies to combat riots and ganyika Rifles the countrys olher civil disturbances under a army apparently had takenibill introduced Monday in the Harold Hughes in a letter he feels his immediate resignation is the only way to assure rep resenlalion for Johnson County in Ihe special legislalive ses sion slarling Feb 24 lo deal over from the police House of Representatives with reapportionment Please turn to page 2 lowans share DES MOINES Iowa lax layers will have lo come up vith as their share of President Johnsons bii ion budget for fiscal 19G5 thc Iowa Taxpayers Association said Tuesday Ray Edwards association ex ecutive secretary said the esti mate is based on a formula devised by Tax Foundation Inc a private nonprofit nation al research organization for es timating each stales share of the lax burden under a federal budget Governor drops some names Who will run with Hughes DES MOINES Wl At least two of five Democrats named by Gov Harold Hughes as polenlial candidates for lieu tenant governor talk as though they will try for the post but none is ready to announce yet Hughes a Democrat seeking a second term was asked Mon day about a possible running mate While he wasnt ready to name one he said Ihe Demo crals have several likely conlen ders and added I think a pri mary election contest might be heallhy Those named by Hughes are former slale Sen C Edwin Gil mour of Grinnell state Sens Robert Fulton of Waterlooand Andrew Frommelt of Dubuque and state Reps Raymond Eve land of Kelley and Howard C Reppert Jr of DCS Moincs Fulton and Gilmour contact ed later by The Associated Press indicated Ihey probably would seek Ihe nominalion for lieulenant governor Repperl said he is undecided and Frommelt while not ruling out Ihe possibility said he hasnl planned on it Evcland however said that if he runs for anything it will be for rceicclion to the House Gilmour 45 a political sci ence teacher at Grinnell Col lege said I amdefinitely inter ested in seeking Ihe office Fullon 34 an allorney said he shortly will announce his po litical plans Reppert who will be 46 next Friday said I havent made up my mind Frommell 42 an insurance representative and real estale broker served in Ihe House for three terms before beingelected lo Ihe Senate in 1958 He is Sen ale minority leader and explained When vigorous pruning of old programs and procedures releases Ihe funds to meet new challenges and opportunities economy tecomes the compan ion of progress A government that is strong a government that is solvent a government that is compassion ate is the kind of government lat endures He pledged that despite mili ary and nuclear cutbacks in This budget safeguards the eace by providing for the fur her strenglhening o Ihe most ormidable defense establish ment the world has ever Spurred by tax cuts national utput this year will soar by learly billion to a surpris ng record total of about illion the President predicted enerating higler revenues de spile the lower lax rales So federal income will climb by billionin Ihe coming iscal year to billion while jovernmenl spending is squeezed down by million lo billion for Ihe second budget cul in nine years rt Johnson added a warning an implied hint of business recession and a bigger deficit if laxes are not cut to jog the congressional champions of fis cal caution who have delayed action foitnore lhan a year on Ihe tax reduction bill Johnson proposed to cut 800 employes from the foreign aid program a move certain to please the many aid critics in Congress and to trim another 1400 from the Agriculture De partment whose budget would be sliced by SI3 billion lo a to tal of billion For new foreign aid funds Johnson asked lowest request since Ihe Mar shall Plan got under way in 1948 and a whopping billion below whal Kennedy sought a year ago SAME   

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