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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North towns Daily Newspapei Edited lot MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N I W S P A P I t THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL W Associated United Press full 7e Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY Two H Loveless See SEN KENNEDY Labor Control Bill Battle Anticipated WASHINGTON tfi Sen John F Kennedy DMass said Thurs day the key fight over his labor control bil will come on a floor effort to strip from it all provi sions affecting the TaftHartley Law He declined in talking with a reporter to predict how this might come out at this early stage of the proceedings The Labor subcommittee which Kennedy heads continued its pub lic hearings on the legislation Thursday Witnesses were Prof Archibald Cox of Harvard Univer sity who helped draft the Ken nedy and Prof Godfrey Schmidt of Fordham University OTHER SENATORS supporting the Kennedy bill said they think the Senate floor vote on knocking out the TaftHartley changes would be very close These sources said privately that most Republican senator and many Southern Democrat probably would support such a Provision also are in 1 ministration nesday but thatmeasure also in eludes other proposed changes strongly opposed by labor The AFLCIO made it clear Wednesday that it would stronglj oppose cutting TaftHartlej changes from the Kennedy bill THREE Of the TaftHartley changes in Kennedys bill are strongly desired by labor These would 1 Knock from TaftHartley a provision under which dismissed strikers are not permitted to vote in a bargaining election As it is only their replacements ad ietf Wed now vote 2 Permit a building contractor to enter an agreement with a un ion without wailing for a bargain ing election 3 Direct the National Labor Re lations Board to take full jurisdic tion of all federal cases and not permit states to handle them where the state law differs from the federal statute Nevada Youth Killed When Car Overturns CAMBRIDGE 17yearoldj Nevada youth was killed and twoj other teenagers were injured Wednesday night when their car overturned at a T intersection on a rural road two miles east of this Story County town Dead was Darrell Chitty son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Chitty of Nevada The injured were two boys from Maxwell John Morgan and Rich ard Hen nick both 17 President Attacks Supports Offers New Farm Plan FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei senhower urged Congress Thurs day to abandon excessively pensive farm price supports conceived in depression and war and adopt a new program keyed to prosperity and peace Heart of Eisenhowers gram was abandonment of price supports based on a parity for mula dating back to 191014 i favor of new federal supports tie to average market price of im mediate preceding years The Presidents proposal ap ilied to the six basic crops nov covered in the mandatory suppor program wheat corn cotton peanuts rice and tobacco EISENHOWER recommended hat the secretary of agriculture DC given flexible authority to scale new price supports betweei 75 and 90 per cent of the aver age market price of a supportcc commodity during the immediate y preceding years The President did not spell oul his time period in his message Jut it apparently would apply to he previous three years because his is the lime element speci ied in the new corn program vhich begins this year Underlying Eisenhowers pro posal for a new price support and production control program was ris deep concern over the mount ng surplus of farm commodities purchased by the government un der the current support program HE STRESSED in hii word message to House and Sen ate that revolutionary progress made in farm production over the last 50 years make changes in the government program essential The President also announcec a new but undefined program o surplus disposal overseas whicl he said would amount to using food for He did not spel out details but said he is putting nto motion an exploratory plan for cooperating with other friend y nations in getting the greatest possible use of farm surpluses each His proposal was certain to run nto stiff opposition in Congress lowever The big Democratic najority has resisted administra ion efforts to lower farm price supports Eisenhower said that by the start of the new fiscal year next fuly 1 the government would iold more than S9 billion in farm surpluses He said the huge stock government wiieat was so arge that if America did not hsr est one bushel this year the nirplus supply was more than enough for domestic use export ales foreign donation and leeded carry over for an entire ear AP Pliolotax A IH PROJECT JN BED Thats no piggy bank on the lap of Gary Carr 10 Dunsmuir but a week old runt named Gary confined to bed with a kidney ailment wanted to get startedon a 4H Club project so his parents brought the tiny animal to him Despite his says Gary Sleepy eats just like a Prepare Initial FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES WASHINGTON Defense said Thursday hat the U S will have a full squadronofciHlercontinenlal ballistic nissiles ready to fire from Ihe West Coast McElroy testified before a Special1 Seriate Investigating Com mittee which opened hearings on the nations military might and outer space program McElroy declared the big Atlas missile capable of hurling a hydrogen warhead miles has developed rapidly and it should be operational by This he said was six months sooner than anticipated a year ago The already has formed several squadrons armed with the shorterranged Thor rockets He also told investigators that the Joint Chiefs of Staff sup ported the Eisenhower military 70 Million Budget Million Jump Over Current Spending Asks Small Tax Hike DES MOINES Record state spending of nearly million a year was proposed by Gov ller schcl Loveless 1o the Iowa Legis lature Thursday Thais a jump of million annually over the current budget Bui Loveless said that if his sug gestions are carried out Ihe Iowa Only million will havo lo bo raised each year by luldiiiomil laxcs if million is liikcn an nually from reserves on hand he said Normal economic growth would liike care of the remainder Delivering his bicnnlnl budget money could be raised lie said any of Ihc four svould be accepla hle ONE CALLED for 20 per boost in Hie individual income tux taxpayer will hardly feel the Democratic governor outlined pinch Ifour ways in which Hie necessary message in person lo a joint scs Oilier proposals wtuo for a one ionl per package cigarette tax in crease coupled willi a per ciMil incrime tax hike the ciga sion of Ihc House mid Semite UK budget in But he said the service chiefs have some McELROY ALSO revealed that ihe Navys Polaris missile has jecn downgraded somewhat in order to speed its development le said there has been some sacrifice in He said how ever that the U S will have sub narines with Polaris missiles by he fall of I960 He poinled out hat the original operating date was for 1963 39 Treated After School Bus Tips GARWJN school bus with 43 children aboard skidded on an icy blacktop highway and over turned when the driver turned onto a gravel road Thursday morning Some of the children were thrown through windows of Ihe bus when it rolled over Five of Ihe childrer were laken to a Gladbrook doctor for Ireal ment The others were brought to a Marshalltown hospital where 34 were treated for cuts and bruises and released None was hospitalized Surprise Voiced by Iowa GOP DES MOINES Ml Senate iorily Leader Jack Schrocdc said Thursday Republican Icgisla ors were surprised lo hear Dem ocralic Gov llcrschcl Lovelcs Mopose a budget of nearly million His budgel is 30 per ccnl ahovi Gov Leo Hoeghs advocalion o bur years Ihc Davcnpor Republican said At that lim ov Loveless termed him higl tax Schroeder said Republican ook from Loveless campaigi speeches that no lax increase vould be necessary BUT IN budget he advo catcs four increases and lliongt pecific on his appropriations ad ocation he refuses lo take lie vralh of the public or responsibil ly of proposing a jpecific lax I feel he is ducking his respon ibilily as he supposedly ha ludied the problem thoroughly a governor and the responsibility or ions is in Schrocder said the Governo novided no increases Jn vschoo id and advocated a capital im rovemcnts bill that was jy the GOPcontrolled Legislature two years ago SEN DUANE Dewel RAlgoria said the joker in the whole pro posal is the bet hat the state revenue will go from 142 million to 154 million or an increase of 12 million dollars each year in the biennium It figures to a nine per ccnl growth in our economy which is not very small in these Dewel said the four lax propos als are peanuts in character com pared to 12 million that will be needed to meet the Other comment Sen Jack Miller RSiotix City budget is extremely capa ble and a well Ihought through Sen J Kcndal Lyncs RPlain speaker pro said ic was impressed with the budgel its too close for BUDGET AT A GLANCE DES MOINES Wl Here are Ihe major items In the budget proposed by Gov Her Loveless for the state government for the biennlum starting next July 1 Proposed Annual Current Appropriation Budget Grand Agricultural Und tax credit Other state school aids Educational Board of Public Safety Administrative Department Noneducational aid to communities homestead credit social welfare etc Miscellaneous Services Miscellaneous capital appropriations capital improvement Mason City Heavy snow warn ing Thursday night aecomulal ing up to 4 inches or more Fri day morning Colder will northwesterly winds 25 lo 3f Thursday night lows 8 12 Snow ending aiul much cold eiFriday highs 812 Heavy snow warning norlli owa snow ac west Thursday cumulating 4 more by morning Snow else k i I I whefe night coldc most low north wesl Norlh westerly winds 2535 northwest r t i o n Thursday night Snow diminishing am much colder Friday Minnesota Heavy snow in sou 11 ending Friday Colder highs Friday zero norlh o J5 above south weather dala up o 8 Thursday Maximum 37 Minimum 28 At 8 32 Precipitation trace of rain EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 18 CRASH KILLS SEVEN KARACHI UPI A Pakistani ir Force Iransporl carrying scv n passengers including two American servicemen crashed in flames Thursday in be moun tains There were no survivors 4Inch Snow in Forecast Light snow which began fall ing in Iowa Thursday could be he start of a snow storm spreading over the slate by Light rain began lo cause some slipperyness in Ihe Mason City area And an end In the short balmy spell was apparent Tlie Weather Bureau issued a weather warning for northwest H said 4indies or more of snow mightfall in tlial sec lion The snow was lie accompanied by strong north westerly winds of 25 to il5 miles an hour Tlmrsday night iThis could cause considerable drift ing Rain or drizzle in oilierparts of the state were due to change to snow as colder air advanced southeastward across Iowa Temperatures were near the freezing mark most places Thursday morning And Hi readings were expected to be the liglis for the day in most places Friday mornings lows will be ram 5 lo 18 degrees in Ilic norlh vest o 18 to M in relic liix boosl plus a corporation income lax raise from 2 lo 3 pec cent and Ihc cigarelle tax jump and adoption of a Ihree factor formula for figuring corporation income lax Loveless proposed expenditures of a year in the two years starling next July J lie said nearly half of the rec ommended increase over current million go lo stale insU lulions of higher education The iimoimf includes a little over million for new buildings and ma jor improvements HE ALSO proposed substanti ally higher appropriations for Board of Control inslilutions lic safety social welfare and op eration of slate administrative de partments Ife suggested million a year be lakn from slate reserve funds for capital improvements at Board of Regents and Board of Control institutions lo lake care of the more critical building needs He said he amount in cluded most of the badly needed capital improvements he vetoed several measures after Ihc 1057 legislative session Loveless coupled hisrecom mendations for record spending willi a plcn In tlic Republican controllcd Legislature to adopt an attitude of restraint in mak ing appropriations Through a policy of be said we can coopera Much colder weather ollow is due to Sioux City Man Hif by Truck Dies Later SIOUX CITY UPI Gustavo Kalpean G1 Sioux City died in a hospital here Wednesday night of lively achieve that which is nee essary for the maintenance of es senlial services und at the same tiine show consideration for the unrepresented citizens who are called upon lo foot the LOVELESS SAID the balance in ic general fund by the end of the bierinium nexl June 30 will ex ceed million Current tax rates b e c a u s e of economic will produce an average ofabout million a year he added This would leave about million annually to be made up if Ihc Legislature adopls his rec ommended appropriations Assuming million is taken from reserves Loveless said the additional million could be rqisctl by any of these four means 3 Increase the individual in come ax rale from the present 75 per ccnl of the socalled full rate He said this would pro duce an estimated an nually and would leave a general fund balance of on June 30 2 Boosl the cigarette tax from 3 lo 4 ccnls per package and re urn the individual income tax to 80 per cent of the full rate He said this would produce nearly nillion a ycarand would icave a general fund balance after the Ml fiscal year of around injuries received when lie was si ruck bv a truck in H downtown intersection here Tuesday Under further questioning JVtc Clroy conceded that Russia has an 1CBM more powerful lhan any produced by the U S Me saicij his helps the Russians in outer space experiments but not in mis jsile strenglh because the Alias has adequale Ihrust lo reach anyj largct SEN LYNDON B JOHNSON DTex opening the hearings with a prepared statement said his watchdog subcommittee wanted a plain unvarnished and unadorned accounting of what has happened to the nations pre paredness program We are not inlercsled in de fense as an Johnson told military leaders We want to NEW YORK UPI Disc jockey Peter Tripp snored away in know where we standand this is mans Thursday completing 200hoor sleepa to wmch there should kss vigil for the sake of science Tripp 32 ended his at CST Wednesday night An hour later he fell into a deep sleep at the Astor Hotel after physicians assured him he had broken all records for scientifically controlled wakefulness Now hes sleeping mans soundest said Dr Louis J West who heads the team of scientists watching Tripp He has done something no man has done before and its The scientists here did noi recognize the wakeathon of disc jockey Dave Hunter of Jacksonville Fla Hunter began his vigil two hours before Tripp and has vowed to stay awake for 225 After 200 Hours Disc Jockey Lost in MANS SOUNDEST SLEEP hours but his experiment has not been scientifically controlled or documented A third disc jockey Red Evans of Tallahassee tried to awake 200 hours but gave up at 190 hours and 43 minutes on of hif doctor be a clearcut Loveless Still Mum on Congress Plans DES MOINES UPI Gov Herschel Loveless said Thursday he will make up his mind on whether to run for the Sen ate in 1960 sometime this Loveless a Democrat has been mentioned as a possible opponent for Sen Thomas E Martin R who will be up for re election in I960 AP Pholofax SKIING FUN SUN OR SNOW Betty Ocala won the title of Miss Silver Springs for her water travel promotion group sent her to a contest at Stowe skiing ability and other obvious attributes at Vt The first flay there right she proceeded to win IWhen she said she always wanted to try snow skiing a the womens division title HE SAID this proposal should be considered as a bare minimum necessary to finance proposed ex penditures and added that fis cal prudence would suggest adop tion of one of the other three pro 3 Make the same cigarette and individual income lax increases as in proposal No add an in crease from 2 lo 3 per cent in be corporation income lax Ha said Ihis would average a year in addilional revenue and leave in the general fund at the end of the next bien nium 4 Increase the cigarette tax by one cent a package and add to it a threefactor formula for fig uring corporation income tax The threeTfaclor formula would take into account for tax purposes the percentage of a corporations total properly investment and nayroll located inIowa as well as amount of business it does in he state Lovelesssaid the present melhod of allocating corporation income in Jowa for tax purposes is grossly unfair and inade He said under this pro posal would be left in the general fund at the end of the next biennium BILL KILLED DES MOINES The Iowa Senate Ways and Means Com mittee Wednesday killed a bill to exempt farmers from paying use tax on farm chemicals used for weed and insect control The vote was 84   

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