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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 29, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseMarch 29, 1968 the stars and stripes Page 5 lax hike rejected for firms getting fat off the War Washington up the Senate overwhelmingly rejected inc Day a plan to impose an or t ent tax increase on i Nln Csecs making what us sors Vail wore excess profits run the Vietnam More taxes Are needed to finance a regrettable venture1 o vietnamese affairs said i sen Frank Church a Idaho let us collect those taxes from the interests that Are getting fat off the support i but the Senate voted 74 to 18 to defeat the plan proposed by Church and another War critic sen George Mcgovern , the proposal Drew support from the Senate s two top democrats Leader Mike Mansfield and whip Russell b. Long both of whom voted for Church Mcgovern proposal patterned after the world War ii excess profits tax would have levied an 85 per cent surcharge on income reported by corporations in excess of their average earnings for the years 1961 to 1964. Mcgovern said corp Orat profits have sky rocketed since the escalation of the War i Vietnam in 1965" from $58 million to $80 million annually. Church said that Colt s industries inc. Made a 1,400 per cent profit on one contract for production of m16 rifles. The excess profits amendment was introduced As a rider to the Basic tax Bill to extend excise taxes on automobiles and telephones which expire april1. But the Senate is now considering a substitute proposal that in addition to extending horizontal 1. Canvas bed 4. Al 7. Arrived 11. Semite 13. Employ 14. Smell 15. Salmon 16.inlet 17. Heavenly body 18. Sneak 20. Thick Belco 22. Summit 24. Clans 28. Warm up early82. Loo 33. Bathe 84. Knock 86. On the top 87. Opon 89. Winter need 41. Era 43. Hawaiian food 44. Midday46. Parta of speech 60. Elliptical 53. At present time55. Ibsen heroine 56. Turkis Coin 67. Undivided58. Fused refuse59. Simmer 60. Color 61. Olfactory Organ 2. Algeria City 3. Tropical Plant 4. Mongrel 5. Egyptian goddess 6. Distributed 7. Grouping8. Fuss 9. Rural sound answer to yesterday s Puzzle. Average Tine of Tola Pioci it . 10. Sea Eagle 12. Relative by marriage 19. Edgar Allan 21. Contel Latke 23. Wall St. Term 23. Morsel 26. English rcllooi27. Weakens 28. Falling sound 29. Rant30. Always 31. Scottish Cap 35. Disease of chickens38. Also 40. Haul42. Giver 45. Not any47. Part 48. Cart49. Mint Plant to. Goddess of Harvest 51. Tank52. Exist 34. Married Buzz 44 36 34 42 55 57 60 �0 5t 39 4s 54 55 so As 17 Tol 2b 45 a the excise tax would impose a10 per cent income tax surcharge and Force the administration to Cut spending by $6 billion. The Mcgovern Church Amend ment would have thrown out the i entire tax spending package and substituted a tax on excess profits with no limitation on spending. Amendments approved two other amendments to the Basic Bill were approved. One would provide broader textile import controls. It was approved 55 to 31 despite administration protests against moving toward the other approved 57 to 35,would overrule an internal Revenue service ruling that come nonprofit organizations receive from Magazine Advertis no is taxable. Hopes for a final vote on Theta spending package before the end of the Day evaporated when the Senate began debating at length a proposal to . Firms which Export goods to countries which suppl materials to North Vietnam. Voice from the grave mrs. Patricia Anne Haverland of Charleston ., shows the Walkie talkie she plans to use while she is seeking to set a record for being buried alive. A to sock burial record and now a vault finding woman Charleston A a Mother of three said wednesday she will be buried alive in a coffin in april and will try to stay under ground 75 Days to break the disputed world record once and for have to show those mules that the females can keep up with them mrs. Patricia Anne Haverland 38, . Haverland who has children aged 20, 15 and 14, and a 60-year-old Mother to cheer her on will be Burkel april 20 in nearby Spring Hill Mother thought it was crazy when i kids just . Haver told her about it. But the mama will do anything once. Land said she would not mind the Small space of the coffin six feet by three feet. The coffin will be two and three quarters feet High and will he buried eight feet if she will take any special equip ment underground she said of yes. A Walkie talkie and a radio. I must have them. The Mam things in my life besides my Mother and children Are my Telephone and scientist killed lit love Triangle Lorain. Ohio up Sam Uel Hammons jr., a space scientist took a package Home from the a greyhound bus d e p o t in Cleveland last feb. 24, opened it and was killed when a bomb inside exploded. Albert Kiccio an executive of the cock Ker Citi ens Bank in pet Aloma calif., drowned March 8 when his car ran off a Road and plunged into a cattle mind near san Fri bridged the 2.500 Miles Between the two deaths wednesday and said Kiili. Few. Killed Hammons. 44, because he suspected him of being his rival in an extramarital affair with a woman identified As mrs. the two men were rivals Over an unnamed woman Kopsch the county i i mow s Dur Speed Reading course. Coming along of Var ? i. Lousy Coroner quoted the Fri As say ing in a report into the deaths Lammons wife Loretta previously denounced As garbage published stories saying 11 a in Mons had been seeing another woman on the West coast. The Fri report according to Kopsch. Said Ravi also mar ried had Pine to Keno about the time the bomb was shipped from Salt Lake City feb. 1 j. But he disappeared for 115 to Sti hours which gae him ninety drug to Salt Lake City ship i lie package and drive Back to Heno. He could not account for tins tune except to say tie was out fishing at a nearby j it also said the bomb components and package it w a s shipped in had been traced directly to hic i. Yeah now that i Al Nash my books so fas 1, 1 Lavt / my chores to do fire in Boston ruins historic wharf area Boston up a five alarm fire wept three buildings on Boston s Limonc Long wharf wednesday wiping out records of the new England aquarium and the Boston zoological society and bulling hundreds of lob cars alive. There were no injuries re ported. Thirty two fire trucks s,.ue hampered in Selling to the . By traffic jams and Iwu ire boats battled the funnel. 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