Independent from Long Beach, California on April 1, 1963 · Page 7
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· Ring Smuggled in Dope Valued at $360 Million , WASHINGTON C? -- The Bureau of Narcotics has broken up a Bxton narcotics ri2J thii since 1949 brought ia more thin a ton of heroin worth an estiinaieJ $360 millico. Heniy L. Giordano, head of i the bureau, told a House tons of opium at Lamping. appropriations subcommittee about the ring March 6. The testimony was released Sun day. He said the case involved Joseph Sax, a prominent criminal attorney in Boston, Joseph Massa of Boston and other associates. '* · · · SINCE THE traffic started in 1949, he said, they brought into the country more than 1,000 kilograms, or 2200 pounds, of heroin. Rep. J. Vaughan Gary, D-Va, asked for an estimate of what that much heroin Thailand. Most of "this. Giordano said, came frooi Yunnan Province ia C o m m u n i s t China. GIORDANO supplied tiV.fi] From Mass Transit Facing O -7. Opposition in Senate " WASHINGTON (UPT)--.1500 or more would be tli- JFK Likely lo Intervene in Rail Rt!l ?*\. ly will accept most of recommendations made a full-year study tj a 15-: commission named by former , President Dwight D. Eisenhower. j THE COMJIISSION recom- jPresideat Kennedy's bai to'giWe lor a grant" | WASHINGTON WV--Prcsi- Qend *d eventual elimination ,help cities finance mass trans-! « . . . -j eBt Kennedy it expected to of some · J3 ' TO;J firemtn on it projects goes before thej ASSERTING that the meis-jstep in this week to block for'**^* * ad ard ^ins. About [Senate Monday with all signs ( ore will go a long way toward 0 days the threat of a na-! 13 ' 000 °* Uu "* n" 111 ^ would '--jinting to trouble for the determining whether Congress'tionwide railroad strike. i bi subject l ° early discharge. iOO million legislation. - intends to cut s p e n d i n g , ) -r^ mandate of a recent I"*? 6 rest woul1 oot ** re ~ The measure U opposed byjLausche said: vs Supreme Court derision the AFL'-CIO, farm state law- *If you begin subsidizing becomes effective Monday, makers, and by some senators tie mass transportation fys-j leaving the railroads free to nice to ride to work vba *»""* » ttacked il m eo»-| terns and the Pennsylvania announce the manpower cuts INDEPENDENT-f* I HOt. CO** Mai I. na Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Caraffri MJ1U.IH. » Tleui±t l-lilr* (ca-to4) poveer. toUK Jl^» tuti more eis^To ««t »r4 t»a ta =ar» tot^cn. tun ipnskl* a tat* r±S- TZXTH m yocz put««. Ko r mrr j_ toon, putj Uit or f MBrr- CttcU -plmu nam- (dratart bratJ.Ctt JiirrrrH at 1=7 «r=« would bring level, where at the retail it reaches the addict in highly adulterated form. Deputy in the United States. Nearly half of these are in New York City, and there are other concentrations in .go. Los Angeles and Detroit. "There is a group in New York that feels the physicians should be licensed to conduct a narcotics business and to supply the addicts with the necessary said.' C o m m i s s i o n e r have been urging for Constitution Vote Slated in Michigan DETROIT UB - Michigan' . voters decide today ^therft^*^, to renlace the state's 55-vear-' - --._. . t even toug h er battle in the,inevitably you are going to' sotae $600-million annual House. ibe subsidizing an of the rail-'savir.gs. Under the bin, f ederaJ, road *. V" 4 there ^ ** those ! ' · » · · grants and other help would,»'ho will be arguing 'na-| nVE UNIONS representing be extended to cities over a tionalize them."" |200,000 rail operating em- three-year period for develop- Senate leaders had intended ployees are ready to call a rnent of bus and rail trans-to bring the bill before the'strike. ' portation for commuters. narcotics.- Cary to replace the state's 53-year-toppose enactment unless the'merce Committee, old constitution with a new'measure was revamped to document which would cen-'provide stronger protection [chamber last week but de-| Kennedy may not even wait layed the action until Moo-.for the unions to set a formal BILL'S backers suf-Jday, ostensibly to let mem-'strike date before declaring jolt Thursday when | bers study the report on the an emergency under terms of it would^easure by the Senate Ccin-!the Railway Labor Act. This Charles Siragusa said the wholesale value of 1,000 kilograms would be $18 million. By the time it is sold at retail, he said, the pure ^ "SOME OF the people in'tralize executive authority'for bargaining rights of em- New York seem to have an and responsibility. A_state-'ployes who may be affected, idea that the addicts are sick wide turn people and that regardless of; expected, what they do they should not! The proposed [involves naming a special (board to study the problem raise and make settlement recom- product contains only 5 per cent heroin. On that basis he estimated the retail value $360 million. that who this (people and striking right at · · · * tthe heart of our civilization, IN ANOTHER big case the and they ought to be dealt bureau handled last year VS. with very, very severely. I agents helped Thailandihope you will follow that authorities seize nearly two, policy." Some senators from farm [states are fighting the bill on constitution the theory that their constiru- punished," he said. "IJhas the backing of Republ=can|ents should not be forced to . Gov. George Romney. It is help pay for solving urban but I think anybody opposed generally by Demo-'probleins. Other members are is selling narcotics. in'crats and the state AFL-CIO.Iopposed to what they con- country is weakening Romney Saturday assailed sider subsidization of transit 'a despicable campaign o* t: ~ t «" :f '""' CASH IS EASY to when you use Classified to'mendations ia 30 days, sell articles. Call HE 2-5959.1 Kennedy's board quite like- would beithe fiber of the American and distortion** to discredit | Sen. Frank J. Lausche. D- the document. He said he wzs Ohio, said on a television forwarding The worst ex-[program Sunday that under arnples" to the Michigan Fair the administration program Campaign Practices Cofmit-Tevery four-cornered commu- |tee. [nity with a population of To Our Strawberry Customers Contrary fo our wTsVits we ore no longer locate J on Garden Grc»« E!»d. rear Golden Weii We ori rew letting (tie tame delicious freifi strawberries af cur lione 7771 So. 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