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1963 THE 1WICHJ(rAN A~wI-LY~

Survey I
Steel Hi
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eOther P
NEW YORK-President John
steel companies raise prices did cat
a Wall Street Journal survey report
In the survey of 40 industrial
was found that about half of th
raised prices in the last month, V
products accounting for about 39
plan to do so. Moreover, the increas

... defeated

Reds in Italy
Give Support
To New Front
ROME (P)-Flushed with na-
tional election gains, Italian Com-
munists on May Day boosted the
idea of a new leftist front that
could replace the Christian Demo-
crat Party as Italy's major politi-
cal force.
"The cause of unity,. democracy
and socialism advanced," the Com-
munist newspaper L'Unita declar-
ed in a headline on the selection
of a new parliament at the week-
end. "Italy goes left."
For the first time since World
War II Italy, a partner in the
North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion, had to face up to! the possi-
bility of a united Marxist left
backed by more popular votes than
the Christian Democrats, the Ro-
man Catholic party of Premier
Amintore, Fanfani.
The Communists and Marxist
socialists -- campaign opponents
but once allied-won a total of
12 million votes in the balloting
for a new senate and a chamber
of deputies. The division of votes
was roughly 2 to 1 in favor of the
Communists, who lured a million
more adherents than they did in
The Christian Democrats, los-
ing followers to other parties, poll-
ed 11.7 million. This was a drop
of nearly 750,000 from their show-
ing in 1958. The party maintained
its standing as-the audience for
the premier's son-in-law, Alexei
Adzhubei. They said times had
changed since 1948, when Pope
Pius XII threatened to excom-
municate Red followers.
l Popolo, the Christian Demo-
crat organ, said the reasons for
the Christian Democrat losses and
Communist;gains were "complex
and not yet clear."I
"But among these one cannot
exclude the effect of the atmos-
phere of no confidence and criti-
cism around the Christian Demo-
crat party," it said. ". . . We will
force ourselves to do all possible to
confront the dangers."
Announee Plan
To Speed Mail
Office Department announced yes-
terday its new nationwide zoning
plan to speed the delivery of mail
will go into effect on July 1.
t's a voluntary program called
ZIP (Zoning Improvement Plan).
Postmaster Gen. J. Edward Day
said the five-digit coding system
is expected to save the govern-
ment about $15 million in its first

Discloses Senate Defeats Attempt Committee Submits Reapportion Plan
By RAYMOND HOLTON Gov. George Romney set popula- tatives, proposed the Danholf Detroit) found the typographical
A joint House-Senate conerencetion standards which allowed var- Plan. error in the plan as it was in the
committee has submitted the Dan- iation of 20 per cent, above or be- This plan includes Gratiot House for a vote, the Senate had
acompromise meas- low the population norm of 411,- County with Saginaw, Tuscola, passed the measure with a 21-10
WASHINGTON (M)-The Senate yesterday smashed with a solid ure to reapportion the state's 19 000. Huron, Sanilac and St. Clair Coun- vote.
/ 60-26 vote a Republican attempt to cut $200 milion out of $450 mil- congressional seats. Robert's plan would also have ties to make up the 8th District. Pass Measure
lion tagged for President John F. Kennedy's stepped-up public works made significant changes in the Montcalm County The error, which listed Bloom-
program. It also adds Montcalm County to field Township in two district,
Ignored were protests by Senate Republican leader Everett M. is allowed another seat in Con- become a separate district with a 9th District Congressman Robert prevented any further action. At
ialoeantesetiCo-population of 405,804. This leftP Grfi'(R raeeCty the time the error was discovered,
F. Kennedy's consent to let the Dirksen of Illinois that pressures from communities to get in on the gress. SanlacPon. Tusco,8 and Sag- erriffin s (R-Traverse City) e e the o a e
use price boosts in other industries, program would snowball into demands for more millions. "They are Last year the Legislature failed iaw CHuron Tuscola an tS g- territory. it appeared the House had the 5
ed yesterday not going to let this grab bag go to propose a successful reappor- District. It tries to satisfy 10th District votes needed to approve the mea-
companies from coast to coast, it by without getting their share," tionment plan which resulted in Congressman Elford A. Cederberg ure.
ese concerns either already have F rance Sets Dirksen declared the election of Neil Staebler (D- been changedt include St Car r levoity) adiKkas seno ahe pl e int comitte e
when steel mills put up quotes on Public Works Ann Arbor) as congressman-at- Lapeer, Genesee and Shiawassee Missaukee Counties to his district, and corrections made. Then on
per cent of their production, or - The showdown'vote on efforts Nerous redistricting plans Counties. The new 19th District The 10th District has the largest June 4 when the Legislature re-
es reflect something more than the\to trim the public works outlay have been proposed this year. The would have been made up of the number of counties of any other convenes for a four day wrap u
simple impact of rising steel costs. T r ff .a n g I hwowhoeanefot vue erosred isctng answudhv enmd po h brocuniehoeaystesconen il esortdfourdyw. pu
smem cIrsgsec s IL came shortly after floor action reason the Legislature cannot northern part of Oakland County district in the state with 22. session it will be voted on.
They extend to such products as opened on a $1.4-billion supple- agree on any one plan lies in the joined with Livingston County. The Danholf Plan seems to be In the meantime, however, there
aluminum sheet, copper and brass By The Associated Press mentary appropriation bill which legislators' concern for their jobs. Upper Peninsula the answer to the ticklish problem. is the possibility of different plans
tubing and electric wiring. PARIS--France yesterday rais- includes an unusual provision to Turned Down Rep. Henry M. Hogan (R-Oak- Before Rep. Joseph A. Gillis (D- arising.
Steel Products ed anew obstacle to the success- cut off fees to a Washington lob- TurnedDownrpoerya.Han n -Oak-e eforeRp oehA ils(-aiig
eful conclusion of tariff-cutting ne- byist. On February 26 Sen. Farrell E. laderose a plan H n swerto
And on products which use steel, gotiations under the Tariff Ex- A threatened civil rights wran- Roberts (R-Pontiac) proposed a that the Upper Peninsula ete
some current boosts exceed the in-pansion Act between the United gle faded when the Senate tabled plan that was approved by the ade into one district. This would ER
aver-adetwhtnons Sunder athedtate ithe UesricPenTisul be MA ST dl~
crease in steel itself, which aver- States and the European Common 47-38, an amendment by Sen. Ja- Senate but turned down in the have been a violation of the pop-
aged 3.4 per cent on products af- Market. cob K. Javits (R-NY) to withhold House. bn nad ino the pop- C
fected. The new obstacle involves "ex- funds for a rural housing program It was proposed that eight coun- lation would have been 26 per cent u FABRICS
For example, A. O. Smith Co. of ceptions" to the general rule on for the elderly where there is any ties from the Lower Peninsula be4,
Milwaukee announced yesterday a across-the-board reductions by all taint of racial discrimination. merged with 15 from the Upper H below theh410LEATHnErR
see e et rc nras ueprie.Udrte em fteto form one district. The Upper His plan would have combined ..LE THE
seven pervcentspriceeincreaseoJunefparties.nUndernthehterms of th
1. In addition, Anchor Post Prod- Trade ExpansionhAct, President avits said he would not offer Peninsula now has tw districts, the northern section of Oakland WOOD
ucts Co. of Baltimore has just John F. Kennedy is required to a n o t h e r anti - discrimination the 11th and\ 12th, both having a County with Lapeer and Living-
mailed notice 'of a five per cent exclude some products from his amendment relating to the agri great amount of representation for ston Counties to make up the 18thRN
increase on metal fences and posts offer of tariff reductions. Accord- cultural extension service, since the population. District. n sSPRINGS
effetiv Ma 15 in toFrenh oficals ths culdthe Senate had expressed its mood. The 12th District has a total 8th District Congressman James
These increases add to a num raise almost insurmountable prob- Last Year population of 177,000 which is far R. Harvey (R-Saginaw) objected
berse nast mnh t n lems m The stepped-up public works below the ideal representation of when Roberts plan moved his dis-
many cases not announced. Some The French position apparently program, a Kennedy attack on the 411,000 per district. In contrast, trit to the east. Therefore Eo-DE L'-
samples of these: A two-four per has considerable support in oth- unemployment p r bh e m, was h one representative for approx- by including the western county of
cent boost in metal stampings for er Common Market countries in launched last yea when Congress has epresentativePforlapp Gratiotobn gtw e uy
the auto industry by Mt. Clemens this, the fourth snag to confront authorized $900 million and ap- ately 800,000 people. - Joint CommitteeCN-
Industries, Inc., of Philadelphia, the negotiators thus far. Further- propriated $400 million. Finally since both plans came
effective July 1; a three per cent more, France has been a leader in The President asked Congress FEt a stalemate, a Joint House- QUALITY WORK FOR OVER 35 YEARS
rise in office desks and other fur- developing a joint Common Mar- for the remaining $500 million Rom ney Tabs Senate conference committee was
niture by a Midwest producer, ef- ket position on three other points, this year, but the House Appro- .eappointed to ron out the differ-
fective this week; and an increase The first point they had to cope priations Committee turned him Onpnrnsuness enTes.
up to seven per cent on dental with occurred when the Common down. Then Democratic leaders enT committee, composd o DISCOUNT DRUG S
machinery and tools by S. S. White Market countries declared that waged a House floor fight that re- t
Dental Manufacturing Co.-of Phil- trade in farm products could not stored $450 million. WASHINGTON (A)-Gov. George three senators and three represen-
adelphia, effective "in the next be profitably discussed until they Administration forces argued Romney told businessmen yester-
few months." have fully developed their own col- that the appropriation will pro- ay ti dgetinto publd o
Possibility lective agricultural policy. d.affairs.but doing so shoud ye-ab e
It is possible, of course, that The second point was tariff re-i o re tan 2h0 obstry take off their business hats and
Iisoe otductions. The United States' plan communities across the country. participate as citizens. C m u
some of these increases might h calls for a tariff reduction by both Dirksen recalled that Kennedy Addressing the annual meeting
been posted even if steel hadn't parties of 50 'per cent. France's originally had sught a $2-billion of the United States Chamber of
gone up. partners, calling this plan unfair, authorization and predicted that Commerce, Romney deplored what
But many of the increases do approve another plan rejected by the administration will be back he called the trend since the 1920's Reg. 89c Reg. $1.50
provide examples of what Kenne- the United States asking for large "for the rest of it." With all the toward massive federal govern-
dy has called the "psychological" reductions for high tariffs and applications piling up for federal ment.P n NOXZemo
effect of steel boosts. Executives small reductions for low tariffs, grants, he said, the sum requested Ps
of several companies raising prices with the ultimate aim of a level may eventually total $5.4 billion. Cover G irl
increases, besides further raising cent BETWEENU GIRLSM ke-u
their costs in many cases, gave The third point is that the ne- Laos Leaders Date CaseMp
them both an excuse to move and gotiations must include "non-tar- m"' *"
the hope that their boosts would iff obstacles to trade," such things F m Grou Hair Sha pingtc1.47
stick- as anti-dumping laws, "Buy Amer-
The increases hardly add up to ican" legislation, customs evalua- Before having
It's ., our hair cut, c 50cAa9
an inflationary spiral. It's far from tion procedures and taxation. The On Cease-Fire Reg. 50c Reg. $1.00 and 75c
certain whether they'll all stand American side has agreed to nego- decide exactly
up against Intense competition, tiate, but there is still no formula By T*.Asocw.e.Prss hat you want.
and they may be at least partially for linking tariff cuts with the ByeAssociatedPesseAmne haro M ybeRol-enS ec r t
balanced by price cuts elsewhere. non-tariff negotiations. VIENTIAN-Laotian neutral- s bound to pro- C am Mascara Roll-On Deodorants
Makers of water meters, for ex- Yesterday in Geneva a com- ists and proCommuists video andSHOES
ample, have been giving price con- mittee of the General Agreement yesterday on the formation of an-
cessions up to five per cent since on Tariffs and Trade reported a other civil and military group to goutlook Hatr FREEi
late last year, and an official of disagreement between the United work out a new cease-fire formula. shaping is the
American Meter Co., Philadelphia, States and the Common Market A meeting between the neutral- foundation for " Reg. $1.00 Reg. $1.00
fears more price-shading may on the question of a tariff cutting ist premier, Prince Souvanna any styling. It must be done with
take place despite the steel boost. formula, Phouma, and leaders of the pro- the greatest care and skil to createB
C o m n s e a a a tp r h a t d e f c . T e e i nne i d e o n th is a c tio n to re tu r n a rra n g e m e n t to su it y o u . A n . e x -
the situation in Laos to "normal." pert in this field can bring out a Shampoo Super Blues
W ~orld /N ew ~s IR ounfldu~p The premier met with his half- natural wave or make straight hair
brother, Prince Souphanouvong, easier to curl. It will odd sparkle
and other pro-Communist leaders to your life.
whose army, the Pathet Lao, at- A new hairdo, when becoming and
By The Associated Press tacked the neutralist Northeast professionally arranged, can bring Our Everyday Discount Prices
MIAMI-The United States has withdrawn its support of the military positions for a month. out the best that is in you. For a
C aRevoltionaryouncil whh ithdprewnviosuregded hs The site of the discussions was flattering new coif, make arrange-
Cuban Revolutionary Council, which it had previously regarded as the Pathet Lao military headquarters ments now. SoS. KC
voice of approximately 200,000 Cuban refugees in this country. in Khang Khay.
* * * * The acceptance of pro-Commu-/1/_i___ ___
TRENTON, Ga.-Nine freedom marchers trudged on yesterday nist leaders' suggestion for a new I tari Wn IF6ark - .. - ,
towardAlabama, where eight others were jailed for attempting to committee of neutralists, leftists N > , N
complete the pilgrimage of a Baltimore integrationist. and rightists was interpreted as HAIR STYLISTS
* * *, meaning that the pro-Communists 548 Church Street, Ann Arborsto
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