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   Rocky Mount Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - April 29, 1964, Rocky Mount, North Carolina                                THE EVENING TELEGRAM WEATHER Generally fair and Cooler tonfcht FIFTYTHIRD 198 it ROCKY WIDNISDAY APRIL 1964 6c DAILY 15e SUNDAY 40c WEEKLY inson Holds Out Prospect lor New Cub By CARL LEUBSDORF WASHINGTON AP Less than two months after an billion income tax reduction went on the President Johnson has held out the pros pect of trimming taxes still not for a few It is still too early to make firm promises on further tax Johnson said in remarks prepared for a dinner attended by many of the nations business leaders Tuesday But if this one is a success I have every reason to be ye it will building pro creating raising and generating revenues Balance the then I see another tax cut a few down the the Pres ident But he cautioned We can move to this second round of tax reduction only if we behave ourselves this On the heels of his warm re ception Monday from the of Commerce conven Johnson invited more than BO corporation and board chairmen and their to the private White House din For long I am presi he told the lead ers of industry and finance are going to be welcome in this MARRIED IN ROME Prince Caries ef end Irene ef the kneel before Cardinel Giobbe in Rome who bleues the ecu the Prince places the an frnjer his the Cardinal performed the wad irdtnal dinf ceremony in the lasilica of Mary pie as AP Irene Married In Ceremony Boycotted By Dutch Royalty He said that to sit down and exchange views with you from ttae to time is vital to the of our free enterprise The President has announced for a similar dinner early next month with top labor union The President said it was up to business and labor to prevent and from creeping Urging the business leaders to keep a tight rein on he said that when he dines with labor gl will tell them that I kiwir want te JAMES LONG ROME Princess Irene of the Netherlands and Prince Carlos of BourbonParma were married today in a wedding boycotted by the Dutch royal opposed by the Dutch government and ignored by Generalissimo Francisco Francos Spanish The headstrong Dutch princess and the Carlist pretender to the Spanish throne exchanged vows in the Borghese chapel of Basilica of Mary Major before Paolo Cardinal a former papal nuncio the The chapel was filled with tilled supporters of the Dutch she was next in Kne behind Princess Beatrix and publicly espoused her fuure husbands campaign for the vacant Spanish There was widespread belief n the Netherlands that the iourbonParma family was tryng to use the marriage to bol Care Begins July 1 RALEIGH AP A medical assistance program for the indigent aged will go infer effect year lot of people and start a spiral going from their Johnson said he hopes business and labor can emulate the railroad people who last week settled their fiveyearold dispute and prevented a nationwide rail Noting that the recent tax cut reduced corporation levies by Johnson We ItAve done this in an adminisKation some people have called Johnson went we are and and prothe national Vas and Franco sent M The romance of the 25yearold princess and the balding 34yearold prince had been buffeted for months by controversy stemming from religion and his position as claimant to the throne from the Carlist branch of Spanish Irenes conversion to the princes Roman Catholic faith caused a sensation in the whose royal family is traditionally The princess also renounced her right of succession to North July lutoNJr the This was decided Tuesday by the State Board of Public Welfare which had voted earlier this year to provide medical assistance for the aged through an extension of present welfare The attorney general had that the board must follow the directions Of the 1963 which auhorized that a new program be set up under the KerrMills and dental assistance will begin July 1 but the starting date for the program of providing medical drugs was delayed until The board was told this plan is more complicated and requires more time to work Medical assistance will be provided for indigent persona over 65 who are not recipient ef old age The boarc set as the maximum amount of a persoi will be permitted to have aw still be eligible or Proposed DC Kicks Up M By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A proposed television debate kicked up more controversy Tuesday as the major Democratic candidates for governor of North Carolina put in another busy day of Former House Speaker Joe an aide to candidate Dan denied that Moore is seeking to block the proposed tfiree major Hunt Charged that rival candidate pwhardson Preyer is trying to the debate tentatively for May Allen campaign manager for Beverly declined to take The controversy was On TV He Sparks off Monday by a newspaper report that the tentative date or the debate conflicts with a Moore rally in Charlotte the same Lake talked like a confident candidate in a speech at Williamston Tuesday He said a groundswell of support is building for He attributed the increased strength to a positive program which I offer to the people of North not a circus or a square Lake reiterated position on labor and He said that if elected governor he would protect the right of the See POLITICS Page Telegram Business 3A Capitol Square 4A Classified 89B Comics 4B Crossword 4B Editorials 4A Junior 4B Local IB Obituaries 2A Sports 23B TVRadio 8B Women 89A ster its claim in The Dutch government vetoed a big wedding in The who live in chose Rome for the wedding as neutral terri The Dutch government put pressure on Queen Juliana and her family not to attend to keep them out of Spanish poll Irene became a virtual exile from her Irene and Carlos insisted in an interview last week thai mother and daughter were still devoted and that Juliana did not oppose their In formed circles in the Habue said Irenes wedding gown was a gift from her A spokesman for the Bourbon1 Southern Bloc Calls Strategy talks On Civil Rights Debate Secret Session Hastily Called By Southerners WASHINGTON AP with the first strong threat of a cloture move to choke off the marathon civil rights Southern eenators today hastily called a new secret strategy Richard D told a reporter of the meet g after announcing earlier ere would be no further ses sions of his forces this file changed his mind after Mpublican Leader served notice If at the pressure for action on the bill from many becoming Dirksen said he and Demo cratic Leader Mike had agreed they would file a cloture petition next Mon day to cut off debate on a pend ing compromise jury trial amendment unless the South erners agreed to a vote by Tues Dirksen made it clear he was confident the would be there to invoke al though this never before hae been done on a civil rights It takes twothirds of those voting to make this move suc This would mean the support of 67 if all 100 were on When Dirksen and Mansfield introduced amendment their jury Jast trial pro posal they feel went a long way toward Dixie demands confidence of vote either M6nday or in telling of todays gy said he to on the point among the 19 Dixie with several feeling they should agree to a vote on the pending Dirk sen said he had detected this fcsirmt would fly to Madrid aft er the wedding and go to the Holy Land fora Strike Closes Up Durham Company Contract Expires 300 employes went on strike a the Golden Belt Manufacturing today after a 90day con tract extension expired withou reneval or Pickets took up posts outside the plant entrances shortly aftjUrd Baynard Ellis looked and er the general strike was called acted like a bank He at midnight The plant liked to help people and resi The Republican leader said he remained opposed to any move to try to obtain cloture now on the entire which would in See RIGHTS Page 2A A MOTHERS CARE Dennis center gets motherly care Richard Burke moments after they were reunited in At right is Ricky Dennis was returned to phis about 8 hours after he was freed by FBI He was kidnapped four days ago and found safe in New Here mother is trying to sip up AP Wirephoto Youth Back Home After Being Freed By DON MCLEOD AP A brave boy returned home today with his joyful parents after four days as the captive of a man the FBI called a dangerous J was rescued by FBI agents in New Tuesday and Joseph Fran cis Bryan one of the na tions 10 most wanted fugi tives was The FBI flew the boy from New Orleans to where he rejoined his parents and 12 yearold brother in an emotional reunion at the 1 See DENNIS Page 2A Is Easy Victor In Primary PHILADELPHIA William Scranton easily swept Pennsylvanias Republi can presidential preference pri mary Tuesday bassador to south Viet was an impressive with more than 20 per None of the leading presiden cent of the total GOP vote for But it seemed open to inter pretation whether this showing would be regarded by the 46 firstterm governor as a popular clamor from his home state to become a presidential as state leaders Henry Cabot am Hes Still Popular Despite His Crime By AL LANIER Associated Press Writer AP Oil which manufactures paper ciga ette products for the American obacco began shutting the strike became Workers Union of argaining representative for most of the companys employ accused the company of try ng to cancel an agreement ailing for wage increases in txcbange for an extension of a ontract which expired in Jan Only not affected by the The deadline for the extension expied Tuesday as union and See STRIKE Page 2A Income Tax Problem James Hoffa Facing New Concern By NEIL GILBRIDE WASHINGTON beset from within arid without his huge Teamsters Un ion faced another wor ry court precedent in dicating he might have to pay federal income taxes on huge unionpaid legal his The a 1963 Tax Court appeared to lend weight to a major point in highlevel Teamsters ruckus at cut off Hoffas legal ex money as he entered his major federal criminal less than 60 ejmsters general coun Edward Bennett put the unions top brass in a sweat by advising they might be forced to reimburse any fund paid for their presidents lego and that Hoffa mit have to pay personal income taxes on any such The amount of Hoffas legal bills owed or already paid is a closely guarded Teamsters se but reliable estimates range into the of thou sands of In addition to expenses of his current Chicago fraud conspira cy Hoffa aim faces heavy lawyers bills in appealing his March 4 jurytampering convic tion in Williams legal advice against continued union payment of the was viewed as another body blow to the beleaguered Hoffas efforts to hold control of his member union while trying to fight off per sistent government efforts to put him in If Williams opinion were sub sequently borne out by the it could mean a stagger A further potential legal pit fall yawned before the Team sters after government said Tuesday it might step in under federal labor law and demand a public accounting of union funds spent to defend We are giving the matter ac tive and serious said a spokesman for Secretary of Labor Willard But the law empowering Wirtz to make euch an investigation apparently would hot authorize him to halt the flow of funds from the treasury to Hoffas The LandrumGriffin LaborManagement Reporting ing drain on the personal it to individual un pocketbooks of Hoffa and the i ion members to sue for recov other 14 members of the Team sters executive The tax court precedent on the income tax ironical involved a minor Teamsters official in California who finally bad to pay taxes in similar cir ery of any funds allegedly spent improperly by union A threat to do just that was made by a group of rankmid file Teamsters in Philadephia triggering the scrap that sen the unions top echelon into legal Spokesmen for the Textile clerical workers were dents of the tobacco growing community of Dillon honored and respected They still But the gray haired West Point graduate and war hero is under a fiveyear prison sentence for mishandling in funds of the Anderson Bank of He apparently didnt do it for As far as federal inves tigators can he jug gled De books only to cover the overdrafts and delinquent notes of pleaded guilty to making the false en a major auction cen ter for South Carolinas flue cured tobacco has a population of about State a the Dil lon County four di rectors of the bank were among the more than 20 persons who appeared in District Court Tuesday to plead for len ency for They asked Judge Robert Martin to let Ellis return to Dillon perhaps with a probated They said that if he opened the bank they would trust him with their A 1940 graduate of West Ellis shot down five Japanese planes in World War II and was an instructor at West Point for three years before coming to Dillon in 1949 to manage the bank in which his wife had hold Judge Martin said he could not in good conscience give El lis a probated This case is in that the government makes no con tention of fraud that he em bezzled the money or any part of Judge Martin But that does not mean there hasnt been a loss of 000 to Whether the government or some insurance carrier makes it ultimate ly the people always pay for Judge Martin sentenced Ellis under a seldomused section of the federal code which makes him eligible for parole at any Ellis would not be eligible until he had served onethird of his Be Proud Of NORTH CAROLINA North Carolinians can point with pride to the States work release program for It is a program which has gain ed national and international re cognition among prison officials and others interested in keeping down costs while at the same time enabling a growing number of prisoners to feel that they be better citizens after their Under this prison ers work in outside jobs during the day and return to prison at nights and on week Established in the pro gram being No onger is a selling job necessary to convince employers of the wisdom of such a The demand for services of prison under the workrelease pro gram is undergoing a steady according to prison of Job offers in some local ities actually outnumber the prt available to fill More than 800 of the State prisoners now work under this program and the number will grow when prison facilities needed to house them become Governor Terry Sanford etfa w i precincU Scranton had Lodge Barry Gold water former Vice Pres ident Richard Nixon George Romney of Micbi gan 178 Nelson teller of New York Margaret Chase Smith 550 and Harold Stassen Scranton bad said he does not wantthe presidential nomina but would accept a sin cere and honest thing he said he is not likely at national conventions in this day and See SCRANTON Page 2A WriteIn Vote Goes To Lodge By CORNELIUS HURLEY BOSTON AP Massachu setts Republicans left no doubt about it in presiden tial primaries Henry Cabot Lodge is the man they want for the Republican nomination for They gave Lodge a thumping writein vote in the preference column and the 10 delegatesat large who favor his Returns for district delegates were slow to be but Lodge may win most of the One Goldwater delegate is Rog er Moore of elected without opposition in the 0th Congressional Moore ran but he has been an advocate of Arizona Barry Goldwaters domination for the One of the elected atlarge is Lodges isnt actively run See LODGE Page 2A GREEK CYPRIOTS DIG IN Greek Cy priet fake up petition in a rocky trench near Saint Hilarion castle in the Kyrenian mountains durinf attacks on Turkishheld Crusader cattle halted at the same time it was criticised by Indian Singh peace force commander en AP Wirephoto WEATHEK Compiled by Federal Aviation Agency at Municipal Barometric reading A trend at M decreasing Relative humidity Wind 8 3 mph Temperature Summary Highest yesterday 75 Lowest this morning 60 Precipitation Summary Total for 24 kouri ending at 7 none Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow The Moon tonight and at Apogee and ovir from the Last Quarter May 4 the flnt star visible after Ij now 53 million miles from and distance from It J   

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