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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 13, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THi THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL 77 Associated ind United Petit full 7e Cory MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 13 175 Thl Paper Conslsli o Two II Tax Case Appeal Denied Erbe Wants Goof Changed DES M01NES Iowa Supreme Court Tuesday ruled hat the Iowa Legislature inadvertent ly invalidated the vital gross in come fax provision on which a recent lax violation crackdown was based The high court issued the ruling in the case of Calvin Garland Des Moines bootblack who had been accused under the gross in come section of failing to file a slate income tax return in 1955 The court said Garlands failure to file the return was not a crim inal offense because he Legisla ture mistakenly repealed the gross income tax section in trying to amend the tax law THE HIGH courts ruling up held a decision by Polk County District Judge Carroll Swilzer who last year threw out of court the states case against Garland The state appealed the verdict because it was under the gross income proVision of the law on which most lax Indictments in the recent crackdown were based The high court in denying the appeal said the Legislature must inform the citizens with reasonable precision what acts it Intends to It quoted the rules and regulations issued by the Tax Commission for 1955 which says returns must be filed on taxable income and does not mention gross income The court further said the pres ent tax law does not meet one No Burdensome Boost in Taxes Loveless Vows I i Secrecy Rule Relaxed section of Iowa law which says that every lax law must dis tinctly stale Ihe lax involved in that provision ATTY GEN Norman said At least the Iowa Legis lature now knows where the present income tax law stands even though we do gel beat in court in the various Further prosecution on olher income lax indictments pending in court was halted in view of the Garland appeal The gross income provision slated that anyone earning more than a year in gross in come has lo file a stale income tax return However both Switzer and Ihc high court said this sec tion was inadvertently stricken from the lawbooks when legisla tors passed a tax law amendment Erbe said the Legislature will be asked to put back the gross income provision and correct the GRAVE FOR 75 IN rebel Capt Frank Fi9rino an American from stands on what is believed to be the covered mass grave of 75 PUBLICITY BRINGS NEW CLAMPDOWN A I Ilinlolnx followers of exdictator Fuljrencio Eatista Tho 75 were among hundreds executed for crimes after being con victed by a military tribunal Execution Toll Mounts in Cuba HAVANA Cuba W The ex ecution toll is mounting as Fidel Castros military courts continue to exact vengeance for violence attributed to supporters of fallen Dictator Fulgcncio Batisla At least 145 persons had been reported executed between Ba tistas flight on Jan 1 and Mon day night More speedy trials wore under way including hear ings for possibly 100 prisoners in Orienle province THE GOVERNMENT has ordered a clampdown on all in formalion about the executions The toll look a big jump Mon day when revolutionary firing squads reportedly shot 75 persons near Santiago capital of Orienle where Castros rebellion was cei tered and antirebel reprcssio was strongest Officials of the provisional gov eminent claimed all cases wer being f u 11 y investigated bu otherwise there was no inform a lion on the trials of he con denmed men Apparently mos were being held in secret and bj goof the Legislature made Federal Grant for Greene Sewage PlantOKd Greene scwagcj treatment project has been BUSINESSMEN throughout Ma son City will be asked lo pro To Protest Plan to Cut Rail Service Discontinuance of all mail and passenger service on the Milwau kee Road through Mason City to Chicago is going to draw protests from communities all across the northern part of Iowa That became evident Tuesday as the Mason City Chamber of ommerce followed Ihe lead of the Charles City chamber in or anizing the prolesl A meeling of Ihe local chambers Iraffic and service commillee has been called for Friday noon at he Green Mill ommended by the Iowa Slate DC partmenl of Health for a federal grant The project was certified Tues day for inclusion in the Federa Water Pollution Control Act ac cording to Mayor Cecil Stark weather Such certification usu ally means the grant will be made Ihe mayor said The project involves the recon struction of the existing plant a an estimated cost of and also a lift station to pro vide sewer service for the wesl part of Ihc city Plans and specifications al ready have been prepared by Wallace and Holland Mason Cily engineers said Slarkwcalher and would permit an early spring letting Jobless Totals on Rise Again WASHINGTON MVUnemploy ment jumped back above four million inDecember as employ ment declined seasonally with curtailment of outdoor work in winter weather The government reported that employment fell by in De cember dropping from to Unemployment increased by Iowa Fog and some chance o occasional drizzle soulheasl fair lo partly cloudy elsewhere Tuesday night Partly cloudj Wednesday Turning colder northwest Tuesday night Lows 18 northwest lo 34 southeast Generally colder Wednesday Highs 30 northwest lo 45 south east Further cloudy and colder Thursday Mason City Partly cloudy Tues day night and Wednesday A little warmer Tuesday night but turning colder Wednesday Lows Tuesday night mid 20s Highs Wednesday 3640 Minnesota Partly colder Highs Wednesday 20 to 30 Injuries Fatal to Charles Cityan CHARLES CITY Herman Tommingo 83 who was struck by a car at an intersection here on Dec 27 died Monday at a lo cal hospital He received c broken pelvis and hip injuries in the accident His death will be classified as a 3958 auto falalily authorities said The car was driven by Danny Moon 16 Indianola River Junction Man Victim of Collision IOWA CITY Ml One person vas killed Tuesday and at least one injured in a collision on Iowa iighway 22 about 4 miles west f Lone Tree Killed was Emmet Birkey River Junction a John on County community near Lone vide information on which the committee can base a protest said Clayton L Wornson commit tee chairman The Interstate Commerce Com mission hearing on the request by the Milwaukee Road lo dis continue the service is expected lo be held in February The ICC will be asked lo hold that hearing in either Charles City or Mason City WORNSON said the Iowa Com merce Commission also will be asked lo send reprcscnlatives lo the hearing Their slalislics would be particularly valuable n showing to what extent the service is now used Wornson emphasized lhat it is vital that businesses and indus rjes communicate with him or he Chamber of Commerce if los ng the service would adversely affect their business ft will bo oo late to do anything afler the icaring has been he varned Sports Bulletin PHILADELPHIA UPI President Bob Carpenter of Philadelphia Phils announced Tuesday that Roy Hamey has resigned as general manager Hamey left to accept the job as GlobeGazclfe weather data upjTrce Bruce Keelcr Lone Tree to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m 45 22 25 was injured He was taken to an Iowa City hospital for treatment of bruises and other injur ies military courts rather than by the revolutionary courls the new regime has said would be estab lished lo try war crimes of fenders Not all the defendants got the death penally Two policemen in JVIiinzunilio were sentenced to JO years in prison Approximately persons are being held throughout Cuba In Orienle llicrc arc about MO ac cording Lo Fidels brother Haul who has been in military com rnand in lhat area since Fidels vie lory The weekly ecy rules in committee miitings and naming House committee members With formalilies quickly over the Legislature was in a g o o d position lo begin moving into the business of passing laws The highlight of UILopening session was Ihc relaxing of secre cy rules which prior lo this ses sion wilh rare exception have shrouded Ihc activities of Ihc and Senate committees IN THE SENATE Democrats fell the Republicansponsored rules did not ease enough the secrecy of eommilices and five roll call voles look place before Ihc rules were adopted by he up per house The rule adopted over 1 17 Democratic allows the AT REUNITED Mr and Mrs Krank Ihiondiio arc reunited with their the same news nc Bohemia charged hat ubans had been killed bctweci Batistas coming to power in 1952 and Jan 1 THE 75 MEN executed in Ori ente were shot in two groups one of 14 and the other of 61 wit icsses said The executions took place at a military camp one nile from Santiago and one mile rom San Juan Hill where Teddy Roosevelts Rough Riders charged he Spaniards in 1898 Santiago military headquarters eclined to confirm the exccu ions A reporter found a huge nound of fresh dirt cartridge ases and tire tracks at the cene Thus far most of the rebel war trials have taken place in TC battletorn provinces but they re to spread to Havana his cck Havana police chief Efigen io Almejeira snid trials would press lo be present at all com mittee meetings However Ihe eommilices may employ n secret ballot for voting adopt rules bar ring the press and go inlo an executive session The Democrats were b c a I c n clown in their efforts lo pass an amendment which would prohibit the secret ballof and also have all voles taken in executive ses sion filed in the secretarys of fice for press examination SEN GEORGE OMalley D Des Moincs said the amendment sponsored by the 17 Democrats would once and for all provide an end to Sen Jack Schrocder HDavcn majority floor leader re plied the rules were only lem lorary and lhat it would be best o let the rules stand unamended or the present lime He said ex ecutive committee sessions and imitation of some public infor nccessary if not infant daughter l Brooklyn hospital j from which Ihe infant was kid naped The baby is in good con dition POLICE SAY Woman Had Reason for Kidnaping NEW YORK CUPI Police said Tuesday flicy believed hat a earold widowed mother of eight children kidnaped new horn infant Lisa Hose Chioncino in an effort to her Doy fricnd marriage Ironically authorities said the alleged plot of the1 accused kidnaper Jean lavaronc was designed lo gel back four of her children who have been placed in orphanages and foster homes because she was con sidered incapable of caring for them THEY THEORIZED lhat Mrs lavaronc a stout blonde grand mother who lived alone had abducted the infant from a Brooklyn hospital nursery hours after her birth Jan 2 with the intention of telling an unidentified boyfriend it was their child Assuming lie would agree lo marriage Mrs lava ronc believed that with 1 hus band and home she would be egin this week for many 200 in Ihc early hours o an 1 lo compared wilhj assistant general manager with in November This was the New York Yankees Earlier he largest increase among the vice president and general man idle since last June when uncm ager John Quinn of Milwaukee ploymcnt reached resigned to take ever similar hieh I duties With Phils recession high mation was OMalleys amendment was de ealcd 3217 along strict parly incs and Ihc rule adopted by a 3217 margin in the past Senate committee meetings have been closed fo news media but any individual committee could open its discus sions if it wished They were usually secret SEN DUANE E Dewell R a weekly newspaper pub lisher said he Ihoughl most com mittee meetings would be opened unless confidential material was being discussed The hurryup move in ihc House produced nearly 20 bills which were placed on file Among these were proposals of Rep Clarence Chrislophcl II iVavcly lo extend Iowas night speed law lo the daylime with a lav limit of 75 miles an hour and oallow counties to establish had given birlh lo the child un limit on secondary attended Inn 3 State of at Capitol Lawmakers Hear Report DES MOINES Iowa can gel along without any burden some lax increases Gov Her schcl Loveless said Tuesday Ho added that the solid pros perity of he past two first erin in this possible The Governor thus indicated his continued opposition to any im portant tax increases for his sec ond term His firm stand against heavier taxes was considered by ninny to be n decisive factor in Ills reelection In His Slate of the State mes sage to he the Gov ernor said that even more im portant than the material well be ing of lowiins in the past two years were steps taken during his administration to preserve and enhance the spiritual and social welfare of our HE TOLD the legislators H his sincere desire to work close ly with you in a legislative pro grain o assure further gains on ill frunts in Jio years ahead He invited the legislators re gardless of party affiliation to with him any matters af octing I ho conduct of tho stale government or the welfare of own Loveless made only one pccific proposal for legislation lial was to urge the legislators o provide n site for a proposed Mafional Agricultural Hall of amc MHo said a committee is o select the site for the hall in ibout days and asserted t is my considered judgment lial the location of this agricul uralshrine in Iowa would be of rcat value to our The Governor otherwise con ned his remarks to a review of ow Iowa fared during his first arm His specific legislative commendations are to be laid cfore the Legislature in his in ugural Thursday LOVELESS said progress had cen made in the past two years ward more effective mental permitted lo regain custody of and welfare programs im thc four children who had boon iprovcd traffic safely expanded taken away from her authori ties said The plot failed however when a suspicious woman neigh the telephoned tip on the police to n cluttered oneroom apart ment in n dilapidated Brooklyn brownslone apartment building There only 200 yards from the Brooklyn police headquarters police found Mrs lava rone and the Chfonchio baby MRS IAVARONE S45aweek employe of a R r o o k I y n department store steadfastly highway construction a better penal and parole system and ac celerated school district reorgani sation lie indicated he would propose new legislation in many of these fields As clcclcd officials we can as pire 1ono higher goal than the enhancement of the economic cultural and spiritual life of the individual citizens their trust said w h o have in he THE DEMOCRATIC Governor only once mentioned directly the Bills filed in the House musl al o be formally introduced in rcgu ar session and hen assigned to ommittces THRIFTY TYPE CARDIFF Wales UPI Pa jtricia Jones 37 was married Tuesday after qucucing in Ihe snow all night o buy a wedding dress at a sale price of AP IS THIS THE Jerry Mikoyan winding up a tour of Hollywood Lewis goes into his act as he is introduced where Lewis is playing the role of a Navy to Russias Deputy Premier Anaslas Mi officer joined in the laughter when it was koyan asking Is this the guy Lewis explained that Lehadoff is a wellknown added He looks like Aaron comic of the Yiddish theater Mrs Favnronc on the verge of Monday in Brooklyn Felony Court Magistrate James Roe Jr finally postponed the hear ing to permit Mrs lavaronc to get an attorney If convicted she could re ceive a maximum penalty of 20 years to life in prison insisted through more than 21 sales tax oxcv which he and hours of questioning that Ihe Uc Republicancontrolled 1957 Legislature split sharply That was when he said sales tax re ceipts indicated retail sales were around six per cent higher in the collapse was arraigned second half of 1958 than a year But he referred to it obliquely when he declared tax revenues were up largely as the result of economic growth and the im proved competilivc posilion of re tail merchants in our border He said lowans personal in come had jumped 537 million dol lars from 1956 lo 1957 and there further substantial growth last year Tax revenue has held up well and Ihcre will be a balance in Ihe talc general fund on June 30 1959 of several million dollars more than at the start of the bi cnniimi July 1 1957 he said The Governors speech also No Room at Dance Even for Governor TOPEKA Kan Gov George Docking didnt get to lance at his inaugural ball Mon lay night There wasnt room More than persons jammed ho so lightly that only jparl of I he SOflnicmhrr proces sional gol inside behind the Govo u t I i d accomplishments in SAME ornor and Mrs Docking The Dockings on through the crowd and went home mental health penal affairs wel fare schools highways and high way safety   

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