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9e Gaulle Group Pulls Ahead










Opposition Party Resignsi

Fro-m Adenauer
Ask $10 Billion Cut in Tax


WASHINGTON (P)-A presiden-
tial advisory committee recom-
mended yesterday a $10 billion tax
cut to strengthen the economy and
expand production.
In a report to President John F.
Kennedy, the advisory committee
on labor-management policy said
a majority of its members favored
a cut of that size early next year.
Some preferred spacing the re-

Two wanted to hold the cut to $4
or $5 billion during the next year.
"Tax rates should be reduced on
both individual and corporate in-
comes," the committee said in the
report which it released. "In dol-
lar amount, the bulk of the tax re-
duction should take the form of
lowering individual income tax
rates. The remainder should be

duction over two, or three years.' achieved through reducing the
World. News Roundup
By The Associated Press
SANTO DOMINGO-The National 'Electoral Council rejected
yesterday ex-President Joaquin Balaguer's registration as a candidate
in next month's presidential election.
NEW ORLEANS-The Fifth United States Circuit Court of Ap-
peals reversed an earlier ruling Friday and said the New York Times
could be sued in Alabama in re-
gard to a 1960 Harrison E. Salis-
bury article on racial tension.
* * *

. dies

Chavez Dies;
GOP May Get
Senate Seat
By The Associated Press
Chavez !D-NM), chairman of the
Senate Public Works Committee,
died Sunday of a heart attack
brought on by cancer of the neck.
New Mexico's Republican Gov.
Edwin L. Mechem will appoint
Chavez's successor. Mechem him-
self, who leaves office Jan. 1, is
considered a likely prospect for the
Senate term, which runs through
Sen. Robert S. Kerr (D-Okla)
will take over the public works
committee chairmanship.
Chavez, a 27-year veteran of
the Senate, was also chairman of
the Appropriations Committee's
subcommittee on defense spending.
He generally supported legislaiton
favorable to the Administration.
If Mechem 'or another Republi-
can fills the vacant post, he would
be the first GOP senator from New
Mexico since the 1930's.
The present Senate lineup is 68
Democrats to 32 Republicans.

ROME - The Italian Socialist
Party last night denounced Red
China for the border war with In-
dia. In an article written for the
party paper Avanti, the Peiping
government was accusedof need-
lessly wasting its people's strength
and creating another trouble spot
in a world already plagued by war
crisis gave the nation's non-mili-
tary agencies a readiness test that
has, proved invaluable. "We made
more progress on preparedness in
two weeks than in many months,
probably than in the two years be-
fore Oct. 23," said Edward A. Mc-
Dermott, head of the Office of
Emergency Planning.
MOSCOW - A Soviet newspa-
per reported recently that "an en-
tire group" of thousands of Si-
berian construction workers had
walked off, their jobs because of
administrative bungling and low
wages in a key industrial district
in Siberia.
NEW YORK-The Stock Market
advanced slowly, then declined
yesterday in the slowest trading
this month. The Dow-Jones aver-
age dropped 4.77, while 20 rails
were up .47 and 15 utilities rose .13.
Peiping, Sets
Farm Policy,
By The Associated Press
HONG KONG-A far reaching
program for the mechanization of
farming was given top priority in
the' new economic planning of
Communist China, the New York
Times reported recently.
A new emphasis on farm ma-
chinery to ease China's persistent
food shortage has gone into effect.
The plan will affect industry, sci-
ence, tax and price policies for
years to come
The policy pronouncement, is-
sued in Jenmin Jih Pao, the off i-
cial Communist Party newspaper,
coincided with several new ap-
pointments to the state planning
commission which is about to de-
vise a third five-year plan.

'emergency' corporate tax
52 per cent."
No Figure
Secretary of Labor W
Wirtz told newsmen the
tee had not settled upo:
cific corporate tax figure.'
was boosted from 47 per c
ing the Korean war.
Kennedy already has a
an across-the-board tax
year, but has not dealtv
particular amount. Het
proposed combining ar
with tax reforms. Gover'n
ficials concerned with
have discussed the poss
going ahead with a redu(
mediately and then takin
The labor-managemen
put its emphasis on redu
No Delay
"Thorough review and
of the tax system should b
taken promptly, but thi
not be permitted to post
tion on the urgently ne
duction in tax rates."
The committee ackn
that an early effect of a si
tax cut would be "apprecia
cits" in the federal bu(
contended a decrease
would not mean an equiva
cline in tax collections.
Bishops Ur;
e1 m1
Council Ta.l
Care in Ael
at the Roman Catholic Ec
Council warned yesterday
debate on a controversialt
cal project, that the coun
avoid any action damagin
search for Christian unity
For the first time inc
bate, speakers in St. Pete
ica cited the distant goa
church--smoothing the
ward Christian union-in
guments on the dispute
about divine revelation
The Council has been
since last Wednesday on
posed constitution, or tI
elaborates the Roman
doctrine that God's reveal
to man is found in script
tradition. Protestants ace

Say Coalition
To Continue
'In Germany
x rate of
Attempt To Force
.Willard I
commit- Removal of Strauss
,n a spe-
The rate BONN (P)-The Free Democratic
cent dur- party's five cabinet members quit
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's
dvocated cabinet yesterday but avoided
cut next bringing down West Germany's co-
with any alition government.
also has The Free Democrats pulled their
reduction ministers out of the government in
ment of- their drive to force the removal of
taxation Defense Minister Franz - Josef
ibility of Strauss.
ction im- But the party declared it would
ig up re- continue to cooperate with the
Christian Democrats in the coali-
it group tion, thus averting a cabinet col-
iction. It lapse.
Via Wire
Telegrams notifying Adenauer of
revision the resignations were sent imme-
e under- diately after the Free Democratic
s should Party's executive board and par-
pone ac- liamentary delegation made their
eded re- decision at a meeting in Nuern-
owledged Adenauer and his Christian
gnificant Democratic Party made no imme-
able defi- diate comment but the chancellor
dget, but is meeting with party parliamen-
in rates tarians today to discuss the crisis.
alent de- The resignations were turned in
by Justice Minister Wolfgang
Stammberger, Treasurer Hans
Lenz, Development Aid Minister
age Walter Scheel, Refugee Minister
Wolfgang Mischnik and Finance
Minister Heinz Starke.
ke Reorganization
Hermann Dufhues, executive
ts chairman of the Christian Demo-
crats and a possible future chan-
cellor, said Sunday that the gov-
Bishops ernment must be reorganized. This
umenical was interpreted to mean the de-
y, during fense chief would be removed.
theologi- Party sources have made it clear,
ncil must however, that Adenauer does not
ng to the want to make a decision about
V. Strauss' future until after the Ba-
open de- varian provincial elections next
r's Basil- Sunday.
al. of the ___________
whar- Reid A sks Recount
ad theis A s Vote Tigrhtens
debating DETROIT (A')-Incumbent Dem-
the pro- ocratic Lt. Gov. John T. Lesinski,
,esis. It apparent re-election winner Nov.
Catholic 6, lost part of his statewide vote
led word lead yesterday and Republican
ture and challenger Clarence Reid said he
cept only desired a recount as the total put
him only 3,219 votes behind.

UNR Moves
For Control
Of Assembly
PARIS W) - French President
Charles de Gaulle nailed down last
night 65 of the 481 seats in the
new National Assembly and could
win a clear majority-unprece-
dented in modern French politics.
Leaders of the old-line political
parties were stunned by the 31.9
per cent of the popular vote rolled
up Sunday by the Gaullist Union
for a New Republic in the first
round of balloting.
Even some of de Gaulle's sup-
porters were surprised by the
strength shown by the UNR-twice
that of the 1958 elections.
Favored Candidates
In the runoff elections next Sun-
day-in districts where no one
got the majority needed for vic-
tory in the first test-135 Gaullists
appeared in a favorable position to
come out on top.
Supporters of the president were
counting on making deals with in-
dependents and segments of other
parties to claim 241 seats-enough
for absolute control of the assem-
The Communists, whose well-
oiled machine has made the party
the front-runner in popular votes
in past legislative elections, ran
second, well behind the Gaullists
with 21.7 per cent of the total cast.
Opposition Trails
The Gaullist surge upset parties
ranging from the moderate left to
the extreme right and knocked out
in the first round two former pre-
miers-Paul Reynaud and Pierre
Meanwhile Socialist leader Guy
Mollet called on the old-line
parties to band together with the
Communists to check the UNR.
Notes Upturn
In Business
WASHINGTON ('P)-A rise in
home construction and an upturn
the factory orders contributed to
the brightening business outlook
in October, the commerce depart-
ment announced yesterday.
New orders reaching durable
goods factories rose 3 per cent to
a record high, while manufactur-
ers' sales held steady at $16.4 bil-
lion after seasonal adjustment.
On the housing front, activity
picked up markedly. The number
of privately-owned houses and
apartments started was at an an-
nual rate of 1,497,000, up 17 per
cent from September.

UN Requests
'New Spirit'"
United Nations Political Commit-
tee, noting the nuclear war scare
during the Cuban crisis, called yes-
terday for a new spirit of com-
promise in the forthcoming Gene-
va disarmament talks.
The 110-nation committee rec-
ommended further that the nego-
tiators give urgent attention to a
series of measures intended to re-
duce world tension and thus re-
move a major obstacle to general
The vote on the resolution, spon-
sored by 33 nonaligned countries,
was 97-0, with France abstaining.
Approval is expected by the Gen-
eral Assembly tomorrow.
The resolution was intended as
a directive to the 18-nation Dis-
armament Committee scheduled to
resume negotiations next Monday.
It urged the disarmament group
to work in a spirit of constructive
compromise until it reaches agree-
ment on general disarmament with
effective controls.


Court To Rule oi Union Issue
preme Court decided yesterday to The Supreme Court scheduled union membership before hiring
rule on one of the hottest issues the Indiana and Florida cases for but permitted union shop agree-
involving labor unions-the legal- argument probably next spring, ments under which workers could
ity of the agency shop. but allotted only two hours for ar- be required to join a union after
Under an agency shop, an em- guing both cases rather than the being hired.
ployer agrees to require that all usual four hours. And it gave the
of his workers pay initiation fees AFL-CIO permission to be heard Leader Meet
and dues to a union, although they as "a friend of the court." Leaders
are not required to join the union. The parent union had asked to
This is in contrast to the union be heard in the Indiana case, itON i ui
shop under which all employes said, because the union represents
must become members of the un- 13 million workers and the issue is
ion. The agency shop gives a union of "great importance" to them. By The Associated Press
financial help from what unions The AFL-CIO noted that about LONDON-The Nyasaland Con.
calls "free riders," or non-mem- six per cent of all collective bar- stitutional Convention opened here
bers who benefit from the union's gaining agreements now contain last week as African leaders o:
bargaining. agency shop provisions, this British protectorate seek ful
Two Points The Taft-Hartley Law banned internal self-government as a pre-
Two questions to be considered: the closed shop, which required lude to independence.
1) Are agency shop agreements
legal under the Taft-Bartley Law?
In an Indiana case appealed to
the tribunal, the Sixth United IL CIRCOLO ITALIANO
States Circuit Court of Appeals
said no, and declared: "if Congress PRESENTS:
intended to permit the extraction IL CIISTO PROIDITO
of these types of charges in lieu
of union membership, as a condi- (THE STRANGE DECEPTION)
tion of employment, it could easily
have scrvddi p agae"sarring RAF VALLONE, GINO CERVI, ELENA VARZI
haeso provided in apt language.",
2) If federal law does not permit directed by CURZIO MALAPARTE
the agency shop, may it be barred TUESDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 8:00 P.M.
by a state right-to-work law -
which prohibits labor contractsMultipurpose Room, UGLt
that require union membership as Members only Year membership cards sold at door: $1.00
a condition of employment?
This issue was raised in an ap-
peal by a union in Florida, one of
19 states which have such laws.
Florida Ruling
The Florida Supreme Court rul-SPECIALS
ed that the agency shop was ille-
gal under the state statute. 1/ ff
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