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   Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1962, Austin, Minnesota                                WEATHER ESTABLISHED 1891 AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Listen New Chomp Knocks Patterson Out MI ItT Round Vends Clinch Pennant Sports for Dataib No. 73 AUSTIN, MINN., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1962 SINGLE COPY lOc 20 Pages Tax Agents Go After Receipts From Liston-Patterson Fight PRESIDENT TALKS TO RAIL STRIKE FIGURE President Kennedy chats informally at the White House Tues day with George E Leighty, center, president of the Order of Railroad Telegraphers, and Francis O'Neill, member of National Mediation board, who attended the oath taking of the new secretary of labor during a break in negotiations seeking an end of a telegraphers' strike that has stalled the Chicago Northwestern Railway IAP Photofax) 3rd ATTEMPT THWARTED Negro Blocked at Gate to Mississippi Campus door of the State College Board office He refused to accept cop OXFORD Miss necessary to enfoice the judicial interfering with Meiedith s rem turned back Negro James H Mer decrees tration edith at a gate to the campus of "The cotitt has gone as fai as Barnett met Aleieduh at the the Lniversity of Mississippi to it can go said the source dax Troops Ordered The road leading through the Troops fiom the lOlst AubonK ies of the court- directives and gate and into the wooded hilly Division weie ordered into Little then read a pioclam ition assert timatelv would become property campus was blocked by three Rock. Ark to enforce court lng the states sovereignty in the of the Cuban government case Lnsf Thuisdav Bainett person dliv took over powets as Ole Miss See Port as Threat to Canal U.S. Soys Plan Is Camouflage for Naval Base By FRFD S HOFFM4N HP) IS defence souice-, said today tlu-v believe the poit to be built in Cuba Sox let assistance is a camouflage foi a U base vhith could thriMten the Panama Canal Thev sau' a port equipped to overhaul repair and supply So- viet and Cuban tiawlers could also seive as a base for subrrun les and torpedo boats I The plans to build a poif some where on Cuba s 2 oOO-mile coast line as headquaiters foi a joint fishing were un v tiled Tuesdav Pnme Minister Fidel in a television speech It was reo-vted in Havana 'hit Soviet crews would mstiuct Cubans m operation of Russi in trawlers and that the tlotill i ul dith enroll at the university Meiedith left the btate Office encnckd by Mississippi iv patrolmen as a crowd Ht highway patrol cars directed public school desegrega Meredith arrived in a five-car tion there in W7 The federal ac caiavan from the airport at Ox tion came after Gov Orval E tend where he had landed onlv a Faubus called out the Arkansas and to let Meie minutes before in a trip from National Guaid to prevent nine New Orleans La to make his Negroes from enrolling at Little thud attempt to enroll at the Rock Cential School all white university In Justice Depart Barnett merit soiitces said the depnitrnent of 1300 hooted ano jteied Gov Ross Barnett was racmp was determined to carry through flew to New Orleans toward the campus from Jackson with Merediths enrollment They, He stopped briefly at the Jack m a plans to fly delayed refused to forecast the depart son airpoit to talk on the tele U weather. next moves but thev did phone with L S Oen Robert After being turned back. Mere not nile out the use of federal F Kennedy dith and his party which included of Meredith's said n Justice Department Meets Meredith the gist of the conveisjtion was iot back into the cars drove back Barnett bushed aside a duec (hat he 'Kennedy assured Meie ic the airport, and boaided the tne flom the cucuit court re dith that thev would pursue plane straining him and vntuallv all of case until we cct some sdtisfac Meredith 21 made the flight the states peace othceis hom Uon from New Oi leans where he went -----------------_______________________.._____________________ 1 tie Tuesdav following Barnett s xei ond refusal of him m defiance of federal court orders Directs Governor Barnett refused to allow Mere di h to register with the state col leje board at Jackson Tuesday >our houis 1 in r the 'ith t. !s unit I on it ol duected thi vt ir old aovernor to appear In court in New Orlean to face contempt charges Propagandists Hail Russ Port in Cuba Miss Robert B Fllis> said he would be in his of- fue to register Meredith if he Ellis slid he would act under furnish credits for building direct orders fiom the St ite Col docking and freeing facihtre lece Board and federal courts said the Soviet t raw lei fleet would repeatedly, has vowed .haxe use of the for at to go to jail rather than lef' 10 vca's %rx SSSEAt c HWANA Cuban propn fislnric port would piovme facih hailed todav Prime Mm ties foi from 11 j to J io medium tl iwll I s The communique said the port would include piers ret i iterators .in ice factory supply depots shops a floating dock fuel supply saying the Russmns would stations and a radio station 'Washington estimates the Rus "e sums h id tiom 125 to 140 tiawlers in the North Ail intic this summer P'idel Castios pact with th Soviet Lnion calling for buildnm a fishing for Russian trawkis in Havana Bay Castro announced the pact Tues day Carrv Radar Manv of the So let I nion s T 000 tiawlers are anvthrns but purelv fishmc craft Thex are known to cairv radit and other electronic equipment with which the> momtoied I S missile test from C maveial Fla and have L S fiext mjneu veis The small notilla of Soviet trawlers which armed in Hav ma last summer is equipped with electronic detection equipment Some mihtaiy authonties said construction of a Soviet port in Cu'ia appears pait of a world wide plin to position Soviet n iv il power wheie it could pinch oil key Mlied shipping routes Work Banks Sources fa iihar with the move mei ts of Soviet fishing tiawlers said >hev noimallj woik along the Grand Banks in the Noi th 1 intic Tliev don t mt down thit i in legitimate fishmc one oflicei snd in to tih in w itei s where the new h will be built Although f isiio did not sax where the n< w would be located iitahncv-s rxidn tmieew locate 1 there WTS strong evidence it would be on the B ihia de Nipe an Inv on Cuba nortli east coast across ihe is] md from the US naval b ise at Guan tammo Keeps Silent Officially the I S 1 1 nrm LISTON WITH turing Sonny Listen, new world heavy- weight champion, is surrounded by clergymen who helped steer him to ward rehabilitation from a police char- acter Seated with Listen is the Rev Fr Edward P Murphy S J Denver Colo standing, left, the Rev John McGinn Yuma, Colo and right, Fr A J Stephens, Missouri penitentiary chaplain who wears I Like Sonny" button 'AP PLAN LAUDED, DENOUNCED New Farm Bill Contains Half of What JFK Asked show vers ,sC Ole Miss Sovitn Fishenes Mmister A ceilKci X source c.ose to the Appeals The Russ.ans provide allow ,urt in Nw Orleans said it ap- be the not in ,hlru w O1 s federal troop, would be oJbans The Court peiied Report Adds Controversy to Campaign Til! ASSOO PKF Iti Io of n 1" I1" i "I ni MI! i Hi 1 w D p n MTU nt iti i s IPJI eti o no e e i rovi r n I'K er p itoi i il imp M n ti V v Flrner I n ti 1 (I P Tries, i M h i Na't din tht n st ,t r, n n m i I if mn i 'i i u DIVI'II FMCITIIII admi1 isti i 11 i t i -t 11 he lluhw iv De j tiii' foi un vh< lesomenes- i i i w i o itt n me 1 ite r 1 i, ,i N tl ilu now m ot A' ii TIXI is said Fn m in had in hiiiud i seriously confused I' hwiv IVpai'mtnt tint w is a jinn It u idi r K r ,i v i rV i it s ran of ihe in refrd to hichw tv which CToy inhe'ifed from the Free tint i the I ruti d St ites th' n w is uitcKvpd onlv m buying (i( in si L ir ind tohtcio and ti ud to choke off ubnn i ic< pioduition in favor of in prodix 1 1 s communique Ju Woman Dies After Car Rolls Over Ml Of! VTH Minn -Mm m-soln s traffic toll hit 4M com puid to a ye.ir when Mjs .Johnson rur.il Me ith w is killi d in u lion lues d iv deoige Patter s( n h ison died of a fractured skull nftei her car rolled over on Highway Shi was rulmp alone JFK Sent Program on Fallout Shelters h is passed .ent to F'resider t dv a hi I T, piopnali ii! n 'ion t< r f ilioiit sh< Itei (h I" I sill V s Rv ,1 f to, osd iy thr action on 'he part of an rt-billum appropriation for fwleral ip i mint to (ourtv ro'om i said Mi I INJURED LIFTED PROM RESCUE SHIP A mg lifts one of Sw i f ship off Cork Ireland, today to fly 'f e Survivors of Sunday's ditching to hospital n Br fair Story page (AP Phot of ax By OMD A M si In, Kennedy has lecrived fiom Con Cress ti new farm piogiam ton taini m about h df of vvh it Hi requested and de'iiounctd bv a Republican leadoi as h nt in the trap for touuhei contiols later The bill bnneled thi ugh tht Senate "5J to 41 al most comfoitahli m ,ifti t ts cliff h nunm live vo i viitoiv in the Hotis( List wttk 54 Ri piihln in voiing op posi d the mi isim 1 hev win JOIPI (1 by sevin Demon its Praised onriomned Dining five houi s ol deb ite tin ptoL'iarn w is i aised is legalistic anrl fan md condtmned is i and worsi than no bill at all The administration hi VM 1 coned tin meisure as i stt the imht ditoc'ion Heie is vvh it the admn i-U ition got nut clidn t gi I New Program It geit a new and ptimanen' wit it piogiam which it exjHXts to be more effective in limitin produi ion and stabilmng prrci s It ot br nit iii d iiithoi itv i, di il with piohlinis ol They Lose Car Funds to Drain I OS IIS i ,h Pair is in to Imv i it i wile vv um d 'o I uv n Ui II v ai _ut d 1 ut i tin s in vf Siiddi iilv Mis v vi h tin s i< k i ont in i IK t i ilv s in s Buy n u i shr s mi ikin_ i I I ti i I n d s him wi ild In hi- throw i in nt v Out thi u vv n dow ui i ih sack of mont y Ii ut i dowi a stoim (ham In il sail Pan i w is ni c ish Pi MS slammed irV  million acit mn imum 11 the prisnit 1 iw It il o will bushel quotas to individu d I irms di si ntd to ceiv ci domestic f M d lequiitmpni and I ai h _iowei would 411 i eeititie itr inlitlmc him to s' a bus) t on Ihis ol his pi i dm tion hi it ow n on ilu it dui t I dloMiit nt in e M i ss ot th im mt t eovi 11 tl bv tht liti t iti oiild ht siiopoited al noun I >1 !l) i hushe 1 T hi hulk of tin whf it would h( expi'clid Io IH used foi hvi slock feed 1 hi fefd MII pi (ILI im iiithoi I foi IK xl Vv TI is similar to Ilu v u s Ii olfi i s HH i tiv to f u m i s lo u luce 1 intiiigs of i n so hum L'l un md b n Ii v in Ml tht sm IIK is di d ot Bit" ti i I -1 mil i In i is initially told------______________ __ wsnvn 'hen objictive was to t up ill proceeds from the 'htv tried iter tnii they did not mi nn to rnehu'e the shire of i lost d circuit t le> ision receipts i1 ie the itei ovvneis In a'ld'tion to impounding the iffected part of receipts m some 2itO theaters IRS agents in an un- precedented move s-erved levies the piomoters themselves covering their whole take mclud in.; the fees paid by American Bioi Icnsting Co for radio cover-' inhts i The IRS acted under a law pei nut ins in immediate demand for pavm nt when ihe IRS commis sionei knows or believes col lections be loom if he vv nte-d for noirml filing of a i C'Mnn Pills ear ,hl. res' ir it fi-sht Im! lid to a conclusion th "i JAllied commander six ml rnlWtmn underwent surgery at collection steps were Reed Army Hospital today In lh.ta.io Tom Bol pres, a lung Inflammation. dent of Ch impi mshiri Sports sard The operation was described by no pnst t ixes aie due and con a hospital spokesman as a vein tended tin whole operation hgation meaning a vein was tied amounts to a quick test of the off to prevent further spread of v >1 dity of a de let red payment the trouble pi in tor Pattersons share of the condition is guarded but recovery is expected at this Have Inipad time the hospital reported h ue' Tmni 7hKh, W The CT four-star hiiut u i. cl' the hospital Sept 20 nuitv is tor Pat in son to get ooo the first venr and IHH) He has been president of the annii for 17 yews m tead of ross since Jan 1, 1957, the a lump payment dav after his retirement from the a news conference in which after 38 v ears' service IRS reported on its acMons offi Giuenther is a native of Plau- dits were asked if thoie w is any Center Neb lorinpf tion between th it setup and the of the ti_ht plo n oils The' leplv was no Refund PaH I' IRS lollods js ni ich as it m il d s, million 01 nioit How i vi i it v-ould h iv, to u tui'd p irt it tins amon I itt i to th pro GFN.GRUENTHER Gruenther Undergoes Operation Promoter Says No Past Taxes Are Due U.S. Mil voi ..i t tin i I I Hi I III IIIH'IK I l I lltl V oil st i (i nstitiition il th Ni 'ui i i Ii i lor 111! 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II s it Aould o loi t i oii'itt i mi e w h it o i ni M i I i i ul ti Ii In I'r ii In r Th i fi ii f 1 to 'he p' ai r of sftying that in rases where the legislature set i p lie taxes to d( 'H did to l in i i _ n t i h i i it i n io i I I V I 111 I ill s 1 o I L III it fl IMM u I i i I i i In i i t I V i II V l I I H i 1 it r I oi hi mil 111 I S 1 i UP t d I v II 1 It is I ill i hi i i 11 i ts ot th, n i i dim i s iv i ot (hi d iv oi Id m iki i PHI i i MI ti t i i ii t ii (n ii im1 of 11 1 i t i v of Mil in so' i tl I I 111 Lt s I I II Hi ('l s I kill 11 1 PI III l o i i si' I, oposi d r ii 'n i r t would pi rni I 'in I i ow i list i ti d still it'ff ano would in thoii7< is i o' in< st iti s cndit to b  mn ot Mi Ii ill n ttom thi i u s  is based O' publit i'v the proposed de :ir t ix lubilitiis ot t, pivment plan Bolan told an dt i mined mil Press moi rwtrol and navis-ation promts wjw apprnvH today by Public Works RepoMicaji af barreling   

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