Syracuse Post Standard in Syracuse, New-York
20 May 1963

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20 May 1963

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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Syracuse, New York .4 metropolitan weather official Syra cuu weather showers warm to Morrow. Hiffa Low tonight 37 report on Page 7 134th year m number 241 n. May 1963 seven cents two major complaints f state liquor Laws supported by most License holders 4 new York state Moreland commission re ported sunday that 75 per cent of liquor licensees who answered a query feel present regulation of the state liquor Industry is satisfactory tax refunds far ahead of last year Albany spokesman for the state tax department said sunday it appeared the fall in Stock prices last year caught Many new yorkers by Surprise overestimated and their state income find they overpaid taxes. Refunds As of May 15 totalled More than million above the amount that had been returned to taxpayers on the same Date a year ago and the number of re funds topped the May total by More than 100fooo. In other the spokesman it appears that taxpayers Are not listing All their exemptions with employers who with hold the state taxes from so that the taxpayer has Money coming Back at the end of the year rather than risk being in debt to the state. Savings system other persons May be using the withholding system As a form of forced he said. The spokesman How that it was difficult to Analyse the situation until All refunds had been issued and the returns inspected. This year there is pressure to get the refunds mailed for the first the state must pay 6 per cent interest on any refund not issued within 90 Days of the april 15 deadline for tax payers to file returns. Prev the state assessed interest against taxpayers who were late paying but did not pay any in Terest on delayed refunds. File estimates the persons caught Short on the fall in the Stock Market were those who have income of or More above their exemptions from which the state tax is not withheld. These people must file quarterly estimates of income and pay taxes for each Quarter during the year. In Many the department spokesman such per sons overestimated their income from then were forced to sell Stock at the mar Ket lows. He reported that As of May the department had issued refunds for a total of on the same Date last refunds had been is led to taxpayers for a total of the commission was named by gov. Rockefeller to study the alcoholic beverage control Law following an outbreak of scandal in the state liquor authority out of replies received so far to a set of questions sent to All holders of liquor licenses in the the commission 25 per cent thought regulation of the Industry was unsatisfactory the commission that 45 per cent of those replying listed with the largest number involving sales to minors. Suggest id cards some tavern and on premise liquor dispensers suggested identification cards with photo graphs or stiffer punishment of minors who lie about their age. The next largest number of complaints involved the require ment that on premise liquor sales be made Only at places operating As a Bona fide restaurant. Many of those complaining said this was unrealistic in the Light of modern customs and discriminated against neighbourhood of on Page says dynamite stolen before Bias blasts sheriff fears plenty Loose in Birmingham a Large dynamite theft pre ceded night bombings that set off rioting by negroes a week ago in this target sheriff Melvin Bailey disclosed sunday. Is plenty of Loose Dyna mite in this Bailey said. The theft from a storage House of two cases of the explosive several Days before the blasts has been under intensive he said. A frightening the sheriff added. Authorities had nearly Law enforcement officers on Call this weekend As a guard against an other strike by bomb tossers. Birmingham s racial troubles were discussed briefly saturday by president Kennedy and gov. George c. Who met at a Tennessee Valley authority Cere Mony in Northern Alabama. Neither disclosed what was said. Wallace filed suit in the . Supreme court to bar use of about Federal troops which Kennedy has stationed at two Ala on Page col. Thousands of persons lined the Highway yesterday at Cocoa to Welcome Home astronaut Gordon the scene was with him in the car Are his wife Trudy and or. Robert associate director of the National aeronaut Cooper and to cheer his 22-orbit flight through space. Ices and space administration. I rep death toll reaches i in Florida bus crash 27 Belle Fla. All night search for additional dead in the murky Waters of an. Everglades canal was Day and the death toll remained at 27 in possibly the worst High Way tragedy in Florida history. Thirteen five women and nine All negro Harvest died when a bus hauling them Home from the Field Side swiped a truck and plunged into a 20-foot-deep canal. Fifteen Man aged to get out of the sinking vehicle and swim to safety. Think we got them All George a Highway a said after divers had worked through the night searching for possible other Vic a truck driven by James Scon a Belle Glade dragline asked1 Why the children were on the one negro farm worker attempted to pass. The got place to i soviets delay Berlin Convoy Berlin an american army Convoy was delayed nearly four hours on its Way to Berlin because of an argument with the a . Army spokesman time. Poor boy slim s operated by Edgar Lee Anderson to carry migrant workers to Ana from the vegetable Fields of this truck farm was rattling along Over bumpy state Road 827 when disaster came. Utica Man found slain Lee Center the reported sunday. The Issue was whether the 70 . Soldiers should dismount from their 22 vehicles to be counted by the soviet control officers at each end of the autobahn crossing 110 Miles of communist East Germany. American officers refused to or der the to dismount and eventually the soviets let them the spokesman said. The first delay of two hours was at the soviet control Point just inside the East German Border. There was a further delay of one hour 45 minutes at babes the control Point just out Lide West Berlin. From time to time the soviets demand that troops should get out of their vehicles at the control but the americans always resist the demand. It is one of the sometimes administered by the soviets to Western Allied traffic on the lifeline Highway to Berlin. The Convoy was one of carrying 633 soldiers of the . Berlin brigade Back to the communist surrounded City after training at West Ger Many. Units Are periodically sent to the West for Field training they cannot carry out in the confined space of West Berlin. Crash kills woman new paltz. Of new fatally injured Day in a three car Accident i ret North of body of a former Utica restau rant operator was found sunday stuffed in a Well near this Community about 10 Miles Northeast of Rome. State police said the Man had been shot twice in head. He was identified As Charles c. Coupe or. Of 800 Arthur Yuca. About was found on the which was discovered by a group of people a tearing up an area in which they intended to construct a troopers said. Coupe was last seen about weeks ago. State police scid he had been dead about two weeks. Coupe was new York slate commander of the american veterans in 1954. He was the father of four. Right rear fender of his truck snagged the front left of the bus. Were hooked up for about 70 Sconyers said. We broke Loose and he skidded Down a 10-foot embankment into the inside the As it Sank slowly below the the 42 panic stricken riders beat at the win Dows with hands and feet. Four windows were smashed and the survivors scrambled out. Some reached the Bank bleeding cuts. Bus raised divers went to work and a wrecker was brought to attempt to raise the bus to the surface. Flashing red lights from police squad cars cast an eerie glow Over the scene As the work went on. The bus was brought up filled with victims aged 6 to 65. Ambulances brought the bodies to the Belle Glade armory. Four Hundred Many moaning and gathered outside. Officers allowed one to enter at a time and occasionally a scream was heard is someone found a iced one. Is nest was one of those who escaped the sinking bus. Keep them. They go with1 us to the Fields. Most of them l. Sconyers was booked on a charge of manslaughter and improper passing and his Bond was set at crash kills police arrest judge s son was he said. The next thing i know we was in the canal. Everyone was scream ing and but i got my own self out. I Don t swim so but i got out that that s my Momma Ernest was led into the and Black cloth was pulled away from one face after another As he walked Down the line of Bod ies. He stopped at the body of a woman and my Momma. He moved bravely fighting to hold Back the tears. He stopped again in front of three Little Bod ies and them. That s my and that s my Velma and then who had been pick eng peas collapsed. In the Field All new York per sons were killed and one was critically injured sunday night in a Headon automobile collision. The son of a City judge was charged with Drunken driving and leaving the scene of an Accident. Police said a witness told them a third car forced one of the others to swerve across the divid ing strip of the Henry Hudson Parkway in the Bronx and into the path of an oncoming car. Gareth son of criminal court judge Joseph a. Was arrested. Police said his with a Dent in the was found about mile from the Accident. All five of the victims were in the car reportedly forced across the dividing strip. They were identified As or. And mrs. Her Man their Raymond Eleanor Bracken and Catherine All of suburban Yonkers. Eugene of new who was alone in the Sec Ond was in critical condition at a Hospital. Martinis also was charged with third degree assault in an at tack on a Arthur Pomerantz of the new York at a police Pomerantz camera was broken. I common Market europeans Tariff Cut Kremlin sees to threat from China j of tested sunday the Kremlin has changed its mind on what constitutes the greatest danger to world red chinese dogmatism and sectarianism rather than yugoslav revisionism. Roughly this May mean Kremlin leaders have decided that the somewhat in dependent course of president Tito s yugoslav Brand of communism in t so bad As red China s stand that communists should set off violent revolutions to attain world supremacy. Up until the revisionism of Tito has been branded the main danger to world communism. But Premier Khrushchev and a traitor by red Over their differences in december and re establish hed close relations. In the red China s split with the Kremlin Over communist ideology has widened. Thus an attack on dogmatism and sectarianism in the soviet communist party appeared to carry great signify it is not a in the soviet chinese ideological dispute. The paper carried a report on last week s plenum of the French communist party s Central com Mittee it met in France after the return from Moscow of top French communist leaders and adopted a Resolution and not wishing to see the new Fea Tures of the current stage of Strug has become the main Dan Ger in the International communist this Resolution to be the result of a Kremlin policy decision to Point the ideologically. Tito said in Belgrade on Satur Day he intended to improve rela-1 administered a and european f a i common Market nations sunday rejected . Proposals to attack world Trade barriers through across the Board Tariff a common Market source reported. The common Market nations West the Netherlands and Lux to insist that the United states give selective treatment to . Tariffs that the european nations consider Abnor Mally High. The deadlock threatened to de Lay the Start of bargaining ses Sions. Christian a. President Kennedy s chief Trade had urged saturday that the bar gaining sessions begin May with the of achieving across the Board Tariff reductions of As much As 50 per cent. A common Market official there could be no ques tion of setting a Date for the bar gaining talks until there is an agreement Between the United states and the common Market 4 to approach the added that the common Market would agree to a Date if the United states consents to treat of High tariffs on the same level As its proposals for across the Board Tariff cuts. The common Market stand was taken in a two hour meeting. Maurice Belgium s min ister of foreign conveyed the decision to Herter at a session arranged by Swiss economic affairs minister Hans chairman of the current general agreement on tariffs and Trade conference. The . Reaction was in huge throng greets hero at canaveral astronaut tells How he flew Faith 7 Home Cape a. Astronaut Gordon Cool space was welcomed Home sunday by a hag waving crowd and then held a news conference which made Orbital flight sound in his drawling Oklahoma a the Tecumseh boy with the Strong Chin concluded that his 22 orbit spin around the world was a pleasant Mode of he had arrived by 600 mile an hour Jet from Honolulu at . With his Sitf his two 14. And 13. Honolulu was a seven hour with Flowers flying like confetti. After a medical examination and scientific he went to lunch and then drove seven Miles to the news conference along a route lined by a huge including space helmeted children waving american flags. There were yells it was one of the largest crowds Ever in the history of this Florida Sand spit Garish Frontier town of the space age. At the news Cooper told of his Sticky Landing prob lems on re entry into the Earth s atmosphere after part of his automatic control system had failed. He made it sound about As casual As Landing a putt putt air plane in a Light wind1. In any it shortly became Clear that Cooper brought his spacecraft Back to Earth with enormous skill using manual controls. In he Learned immediately. With the Aid of a me a common Market official Cooper told of the dispute probably will be hand this flight practically on an orbited to a committee of experts for some hard bargaining. The common Market stand was regarded As a Victory for the who contend that some . Tariffs should be Cut by greater amounts and that some Low tariffs be Cut by smaller on Page col. Or Juk denies report he snubbed Macmillan l Washington the Only have been issued on the White House denied sunday that president s express instructions. President Kennedy has snubbed British prime minister Harold Macmillan and asserted that relations Between the two leaders Are excellent. This came from presidential press Secretary Pierre Salinger when asked to comment on a Lon Don dispatch quoting a labor Par Crossman said the Gist of the re lease was that Kennedy would not consent to meet with Macmillan at any time in the near future. Salinger said the times corresponding was summoned to the White House or Given the kind of described by Grossman. W i by f j _ to Leader As saying Kennedy had Salinger said the Grossman rations with Moscow and with the West. He assailed the red Chi Nese As War seekers and charged on Page col. I do gooder activities hailed Pat presiden i answers critics Miami members Are and proud of Gays Clif Ford president of the National Congress of parents and teachers. In a vigorous defense of the National and its local chapters which have come under Sharp attack in recent mrs. Jenkins Many people in the United states today think it is naive and unsophisticated to be zealous and dedicated to cause. Pat workers Don t care the sophisticated cynics they know that a better what think. World ii possible if we work for and we Are going to go right on being the National Congress opened its 67th annual convention Here mrs. Jenkins said in an inter View that Pat do gooder activity in past years has helped juvenile kindergartens and the school lunch program. It has helped raise teachers insured the passage of innumerable school Bond and provided More than million in scholar ships for future and what of vice Admiral h. Rickover s comment that Pat members Nui who to be Home taking care of those we have to be infernal Sances to get the things done we believe i guess Well go right on being just Jenkins acknowledged that some criticism of the Pat is valid. She among our some Are bound to be weak or purposeless or lacking in Backbone to Deal with hard issues. Job is not to make excuses for our Job is to strengthen a weak to bring everyone up to the of the the Best Are very Good in some currant do gooder projects being carried out by local mrs. Jenkins a program in Miami to help ref Ugee parents from Cuba learn about adult education opportunities and other Community services Ava Hable to them. In Maple the Pat works with the Maplewood Community service in arranging for High school seniors to do Volunteer work in 18 Community welfare and recreation in fort the Pat collects children s books for distribution to disadvantaged Chil Many of whom never owned monumental to Macmillan in connection with Kennedy s june trip to Europe. Richard a labor party spokesman on welfare prob said in London on saturday that the Washington correspond ent of the times of London summoned to the White House and Given a re deliberately offensive to the British Premier that it could baseball scores International league Syracuse Columbus 4. Indianapolis Toronto 4-1. Richmond Atlanta Buffalo Rochester 4-8. Jacksonville Little Rock 0-2. National league Chicago Milwaukee Cincinnati St. Louia 6. Philadelphia san fran port was on a number of erroneous and relations Between the presi Dent and prime minister Macmil Lan Are have been and continue to be. They Are in fre quent both by Mes Sage and by Telephone 1 asked if he would say Why an appointment with Macmillan Lias not been listed in connection with Kennedy s pending trip to West Germany Sal Inger stand on that Grossman said Kennedy resents Macmillan s insistence on main Taining a British Independent nuclear deterrent and is reluctant to become involved in British poli tics. Macmillan faces a general election not later than late 1964. By orbit basis for the full 34 hours and 20 minutes of flight. With considerable logic started his account at the begin observing that right after Felt As if i was on the Point of a Needle being put right on the while his wife and daughters sat proudly in the the 36-year-old air Force major also reported he could see stars of High magnitude in Daylight an invaluable Aid to future Astron auts travelling in the solar sys tem. In dropping a satellite bearing a flashing Light while in flight Cooper reported he could see xenon Gas lamp Only in darkness. Early in the flight he said lie Cut off the coolant in the Cabin of the spacecraft and noticed no change in his Comfort and that he did not turn it Back on until he was ready for re entry. Commenting on his re entry. Cooper said the operation was in the first than on Page col inside today r a Book of their own in their entire Cisco 0-6. Life. Communities All across the mrs. Jenkins Cal ptas this summer will be Hunting jobs for supervising working As volunteers in and doing Many other things to keep Chil Dren Safe and Happy during the summer Pittsburgh Houston 0. Los Angeles new York 0-2. American league lot Angeles new York 2-10. Boston Kansas City Cleveland Minnesota 4-7. Baltimore Chicago 3-4. Detroit Washington 1. Rain Light winds occasional showers arc fore cast for today with winds expected from the West at 20 Miles an hour. Tomorrow is expected to be Rair and warm. The High temperature today will be aft the Low night High waa 72 13 above the year average of 69. The Low was m. Madame curie7 co discoverer of smtwtf8 Hefel 2223245 26272s293031 1 2345678 Radi Rece 1 Ved capsule of i Radium. Sift of american a Vien. Page prize Puzzle 12 astrological forecast 21 comic pages 20-21 crossword Puzzle 21 death record 7 editorial 4 morning s mail Silver and Gold 8. Radio to programs 8 sports 13-14-15-16 Syracuse 6-11-12-17-22 suburban news u Heaters 16 Tell me Why 20 women s features columnists Bridge 20 dear Abby 9 Frank Flaherty 4 Fulton Lewis or 11 Drew Pearson 11 Riesel n rambling round 17 strength for the Day Henry j. Taylor 4 9

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