The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 28, 1963 · Page 7
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 7

Ottawa, Kansas
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Thursday, March 28, 1963
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Didn't Fly Over Alaska, Says Reds By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON (AP)-The Soviet Union has flatly denied a U.S. charge that Soviet planes flew 30 miles into Alaska March 15. Mos cow says their aircraft were more than 200 miles away. Washington authorities said the Soviet denial, received late Wednesday, probably will end the formal diplomatic exchange on the incident. But they predicted the United States will continue to remind the Soviet Union at appropriate times that air space intrusions will not be tolerated. The U.S. government was stick ing firmly to its version, con THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 28, IMS FUR FLIES OVER THE FUR — Dame Beatrice (seated) is more than a little put out over fur wrap presented to her by her maid in scene from Ottawa Players' "Breath of Spring." The maid thought the real owner had too many furs and wouldn't mind if she took it. Dame Beatrice, one of principals in play to be presented tonight and Friday and Saturday nights, is known to Ottawans as Mrs. P. R. Jamison. Pretty maid is Dora Carpenter, Showtime at Memorial Auditorium is 8:15 all three nighto. Tickets are available at a dollar each, and seats may be reserved through Saturday at Gas Service office. (Herald Photos) "IT SAYS RIGHT HERE" — Members of "Breath of Spring" cast "wrack their brains" over solution to that fur problem. There may be one on this wrinkled paper held by Dame Beatrice. Hoping it's so are Mrs. Clarence Ralston (seated) and Mrs. Betty Knoeppel. Charges USDA Guilty Of "News Management" egislation for enactment after he certificate plan is voted down." COLBY, Kan. (AP)-The President of the Kansas Farm Bureau said today activities of the U.S. Department of Agriculture in connection with the forthcoming wheat referendum "involve news management of the worst kind." Walter C. Peirce made the charge in an address prepared for a meeting of 16 northwest WASHINGTON (AP) - Thei louse Ways and Means Commit- ee, which has heard some 200 witnesses on President Kennedy's ax cut and revision proposals, tarts next week the even longer task of writing a bill. Informed guessing on Capitol till is that the legislation will go o the House for action in June and that it will contain more immediate tax reduction than Kennedy recommended—about $3 bil- ion—though ultimately the reduc tion might level off at about his ong range figure—$10.2 billion. Moreover, most congresional observers will be surprised if the committee incorporates in this year's bill more than a minimum of the tax revisions that Kennedy called necessary reforms and re- coupings of some of the revenue sacrificed by slashing tax rates. BEHIND THE SCENES "STAR" of "Breath of Spring" is Mrs. Rath Ltthrop Kirven, director, pictured sitting in auditorium during rehearsal. Want Research Lab In Kansas was WASHINGTON (AP)-Congress urged Wednesday that a grain marketing research laboratory be authorized and located in Kansas if ultimate savings would result. The action was proposed in a joint statement to a House agriculture subcommittee by Reps. Robert Dole, Garner E. Shriver, Robert Ellsworth and Joe Skubitz, all Kansas Republicans. "We are not interested in project in Kansas merely t spend over $2 million for magnif: cent structures or simply to adc to the badly growing bureaucrac within the Department of Agricu ture and the growing cost of gov ernment generally," they said. "We are concerned with the fu ture of agriculture in Kansas, the Midwest and throughout th country." To Write Tax Cut Bill Soon To provide tax cuts without compensating tax revisions and yet not swell too much an im- Dending $11.9-billion deficit, the committee would have to forego rate reductions as deep as Kennedy recommended. Instead of trimming the present 20 to 91 per cent personal income tax range as low as Kennedy's proposed 14 to 65, the spread might have to be more like 15 to 75. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Kansas county farm bureaus. The meeting was filmed by a national television crew, CBS for a documentary on the wheat vote. The American Farm Bureau Federation has been fighting against the government wheat plan while the Department of Agriculture has been urging its approval in the vote later this spring. Peirce said the department has mobilized full use of all media to swing the election and asserted that "material being distributed ... is not giving the total picture." "We are hearing a great deal these days about managed news especially as regards the Cuban situation." Peirce said. "But the Department of Agriculture's ac tivities in connection with the coming wheat referendum involve news management of the wors kind and confusion has been created by oversimplification." Peirce said, "Several prominen members of both political parties are already drafting new whea tained in a March 16 protest note o Moscow, that two Soviet naissance planes flew over southwestern corner of Alaska for nearly a half hour. r The Kremlin responded with Ml equally emphatic denial m a brief note. U.S. officials said the Soviet Union contended their planes flew no closer to the U.S. border than ISO kilometers (about 218 miles). The State Department declined to make the note public. Officials said it was up to the Soviets to do that. Moscow appeared to have no desire to make a big issue over tht incident. U.S. informants said: tiM note was very short and devoid of propaganda embellishments the Communists often include in their diplomatic and public declarations. 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