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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                             Who will succeed Handier See story on page 3 bones it proposed for state The newspaper tfiat makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1963 ClOc a copy No S3 story A of the railroad Featherbeds right wrong By BARRETT McGURN New York Herald Tribune News Service SECAUCUS NJ The big diesel ground slowly into the grimy yard broken ties and cracked crossings sagging down as much as three inches as it passed Behind the red caboose came rattling On the caboose were two slogans one put there by the company and one by some anonymous scribbler inside the ranks of the countrys tens of thousands of disgruntled rail roaders For safety for service radio equipped the company motto proclaimed comfortably Carrigans place no radio no lights growled the mes sage from some unknown brake man or flagman The railroads are in financial trouble There could be a disas trous strike three months or so from now Why do cracked rails dip as bulky diesels roll over them Why are the lights out in Carrigans place Isit because r j T i V 4 Southwest backers urge spending within income DES MOINES southwest Iowa bare bones budget of million a year was laid before loua House members Wednesday with a plea that they study substitute for a socalled property tax bill The proposal prepared by Rep William Scherle R Henderson is backed by a roup of legislators opposed Home expense notnew Trace records back to 1931 to the million annual state tax boost advocated by backers of the property tax relief plan The only genuine approach to common sense property tax re lief said Scherle is to spend wjhin our a model o the v K ISS U ill be completely reconstructed accordin TO REMODEL LANDMARK Chester M president oi Allied Chemical Corp stands posal The House sitting in a commit tee of the whole started its sixth DES M01NES UPO The working over Uiemore than GO amendments to the jproperty tax relief measure H would boost the sales and use chief engineer of the Iowa High way Commission said Tucsdaj home office expense allow ances for commissioners hastax ratcs from 2 to cent been a practice for many years lthe lwrsonal and corporate in come taxes by onethird and ex L M Clauson told a joint tend the sales tax to cover hotel HouseSenate subcommittee hearing that he found allowif motel bills in order to pro anccs in records back to out SG5 milllon a year anccs in records back to cluuul milllon a year in and it appeared that home revonuo set s U as 1924 Property tax replacement fund The controversy over the exjfrom wliich the million now pc rises cropped up recently appropriated annually for school when it was shown that Comjaids and agricultural land tax mission Chairman Jo Stong Rcredits would be paid as well as Keosauqua and William lissome million a year in new Nicholas RClcar Lake b o t hjschool aids i had collected Si800 in the last I Us backers say it would cut lo Cal for schools 101 C l r to 13 mills opponents contend Scientific discovery v BTEIRUT Scientists from the Har Sc of Public Health working in rt ot Saudi Arabia have discovered a new detecting trachoma the eye disease that Arabian American Oil Co said Set meeting date homes or private offices Commission it would force home ance HP i Diplomats of Malaya Indonesia the at odds over formation of the Federation of MalaysiaWednesday ended an to pave the way for a be would get back in property taxi savings I The bare bones budget is AWARD TIME FOR Eightyearold Keith Mayer on behalf of the 900 fatherless little brothers who have been aided by the Big Broth Udbon T Ji B i tanner lor Ot Music Man normally averaged about 30 ne Darc budget would f as it looks Los Angees presents an fame Willson formerly of Mason City per week until he mU1ion a ycnr for tne ncxt who ride thc jwaid to Meredith Willson founding founded the Biff Brothers organization chairman Then his mail of Ulc statc engines wave lather and sixtime president of the or in Los Angeles eight years ago doubled balance raise the personal of truck and air competition or because of union feathcrbedding or for some third reason This is the story to some of the men cabs of the great engines wave the signal lights in the yards peer from the cabooses at the end of ISOcar freight trains Featherbedding John G Nelson of Waldwick NJ doesnt think thats the trouble He is one of the fire men who stands to be fired Its been years since anyone doing Nelsons job had to ullvcll the shovel stoking the fires ofifrom their last jungle road out the engine Nelson does not posts held only the strategic Photofax ganization The presentation took place in Los Angeles during an appreciation dinner for Willson of Music Man The two Democrats on the commission the late Harold Helscher of Cedar Kapids and luffs each received Many members of the legislaDraska ancl Minnesota have no ture and Gov Harold Hughessucfl taxScherle also contends were critical of the expenses relief is a myth home offices The lawmakers because any relief provided by summoned thc commission to explain the situation Stong who will leave the com mission June 30 said his letters normally averaged about 30 Swarm to the polls the state would soon be wiped out by increased spending by locaJ school districts The bare bones budget would million a year for the next Neutrals surrounded by Commies VIENTIANE Laos numbered neutralist troops driven deny that But theres other work to do Plaine des Jarres and one other garrison Wednesday Both were I watch out of the other side of jsurrounded by pro Communist the engine The engineer cantPathet Lao forces if Pathet Tuesday from rs on the Its blind for lets say Provincial capital of feet over on the left side ajKhouang and the Plaine reporter found By Hughes is pr doubled He said he figured that one secretary in his law office income tax collection rate from the present 75 per cent to 80 per cent of the full statutory rale and 2 per cent spends more than oneUiinfcof her time on highway commis e Prcsent 2 Per cent sion work and he had to hire S fo hotcl nnd motcl bills Scherlc said these measures and he had to hire a second secretary to handle his private law business Stong explained how he ar clUUUL iU ni the nations 47 million was predicted Offers amnesty cnnn Hopinff to Choke Off support for Communist guerrillas President Nffo Dmh Diem offered a conditional amnesty Wednesday to South Vietnamese fighting under the Communist nag would amount to S935 million year which together with the iiuw nC ar llll Llltr rived at the Sl800 figure When519165 million present taxes will he was appointed to the comProdllcc woultJ cover a mil mission he was told that one10 buc1Sct and leave an adequate To close agency at Alta Vista DES MOINES UPI The Iowa Commerce Commission Wednesday granted a request i by the Chicago Great Western rth ooiuii nc IOKI mat onei mave an aaequateioy ine uucago Great Western fourth of his time would beBalance in the general fund Railway Co to discontinue agen its ascncy Partly cloudy and continued colder through Thursday Some light rain or snow northern counties Wed nesday night lows in upper 30s Highs Thursday near 60 was unfortun of allow About 100 of Gen Kong Les re Exactly Case rested treating neutralists and three their way through the said it MO1NES fourmotcl restaurant and camping atc hat the miow v nmaSVb 01 uvo scheduled tn Xieng slate tourist trail including hisequipment firms which also expenses for home offices S2 million to present time freights each direction H l TI V soul icast ho i annronriations fnr srlmni riaiiv tu11 imirbday oOs northwest general fund the rail service to Alta Vista s proposed budget would which consists of two scheduled toric sites in Iowa was proposed Hughes as he returned from Plaine sources rebertsvillc Ky governors conference at said equipment linns winch also expenses lor home offices u o present time nance national advertising Me commissioners has for school aids Indaily cause of the benefits they rcfpliowcd for so many years uoulrf include The ccivcd from the tourist irarlo commission has in land tax credits from through snow or Wed nesday night colder lows iV2 northwest to 4550 southeast HHV in uis jroposca nance national advertising bcul lllc commissioners has been Wednesday by Gov Harold E cause of the benefits they rclfoI19wcd for so many years IIIIETI1PS rpt I irnffi frrvm n nr1 f 41 tJ K t i I only objection to the ap I Thc engineer must be iiivjus s 2t itic top of tiiG MIW i i cjui if it ov i lie f roster now in his late from the crisis area said Hughes said he planned o in1 rthink this would be vcrY 9 said he some good supplemental and transportationelevator at and does not want any of KonS Les aides reported vite the overnors of Illinois iiclal to a11 thc statcs the uouki comc out of the disclosure 4 million to S3249 million ere killed two governor added still sleep easily at and direct aid S7lo 000 to 510 to f0s southeast Further out cloudy and con tinued cool Fridav u mu UVIIULMI iiify ivn uidiiy years and unniuv uiu uiuy ODjcction to the ap from the tourist commission has o hearal 1mci tax credits from was submitted at a said the brunt of adverse SI125 million to milj March 2G hearing in New HampJ i school y the operator of a grain Minnesota Thursday mostly fair Vista with the railroad management He gets a week and no one has put his job in doubt HeinS wants to keep earning but you ask him whose side hes qn with those who cry feather bedding or with those who are trying to hang on to jobs he answers quickly I sympathize with myself I need the other man in the cab with me With all these lights and safety measures ring ing in here ail the time itY rough I need that extra man Nelson the alleged feather hedder watches out his sido of thc cab checking on close clearances watching for trains switching in suddenly from the engineers blind side keeping an eye out for track clutter of all sorts Nelson may be a leatlier bedder but he has been putting in long hours at it 90 of them away from home every week His pay averages a month This man and thousands of others are fighting the war now for featherbedding The rights and wrongs of were wounded and six were miss Minnesota and Wisconsin to meet with him in July to discuss plans for a circular tourist route He said he discussed thc posed fourstate trail with Illi Ho added This will 1UJVU luuiMdiu iran wnn mi1 mis uin prooaoiy HAD WAPMINI nois Gov Otto Kerncr at Gilihtirt commissioners who HIJTCPlxsnv iPLn iuill hn u A Kan On the inside through the four states The Iowa governor said he bcrtsville and aso met bc askcd to bear unfair exFour years sen TrnraJ had considered establishing arcPrescntativcs of thc Americanizes for the statc of Iowa fei asjcen uhil Mormon Trail or Lewis and Petroleum Institute I Iowa law calls for thc commen saved his fife Tuesdav Clark Trail marking the west He said the petroleum offimissioncrs to bc paid S6000 per Corey 50 fell asleep with a ward journeys of pioneers and cials suggested adding portions car for Parttime duty and to arette in his hand while watch explorers across Iowa of Wisconsin and Minnesota to bc reimbursed for actual and inq television He died in the But after his meeting with necessary expenses lirc which resulted governors of Illinois Indiana and Kentucky Tuesday he del cided a circular route was more omu desirable The Mormon and rhcy Ja to be in1 LewisClark trails would onltcrostod m that lead out of Iowa while a wind1 Hughes said he hoped it ing route through adjoining would be possible to have a four1 statcs would lead the rail mapped out in time The main thing they asked me about was the Amana colo in Iowa Hughes said They al seemed Editorials 4 Society News 8910 Norfh Iowa News 1617 Sports 2324 Clear Lake News 2627 Comics 32 Latest Markets 36 Mason City News 37 1 north partly cloudy south colder south highs in the 40s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to S am Wednesday Maximum 79 Minimum At S am 53 Precipitation none Sunrise 539 Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum 49 Minimum Q Late sports bulletin AP Photofax TAX DEATH Brig Gen Bernard M Davey above was shot fatally and his wife back to his original starting point Hughes explained The Lincoln Heritage Trail which was under discussion at Gilbcrtsville is a circular one Hughes said taking thc traveler to points of historic interest in the life of thc Civil War presi dent He said it was set up without cost to the taxpayers and his suggested lowaIllinoisWiscon tne tourist season Hornung Karros suspended crisis will not sort out casilv S UC owalllmoisWiscon cJrtainh no dowJ he n woundcd in Atlanta TrailWould not certainly not down on the per sonal level of the tens of thou sands of careers and families involved she called an angry argument cost the state one dime over her failure to meet the cliartinS the trails U1L am plUlinr jp I income tax deadline tarc paid by petroleum hotel SAME DATE 1962 108 Iowa Saftij Dcpartmrnf fiturrs Black KUe Mraiu Traffic Death ui 1xil i Hours j purposes games for betting The Lions club was fined 000 on each of two LlmS fmvA by PWf icrs and Alex Karras of the DeIhc XFL in rorinthree rJe Gordvdent bet Lions were suspended inwas slapped down bv RnLll v CT Lowe on durnia pe I definitely Wednesday by combettin on i n nl u RMS it and Wayne nod eiht o 10 yoars ao vfaPf himSC has o Sing on games L conS50 bet on one Rozelle fined five other play ers S2000 each i He also levied a fine against thc Detroit Lions and explained that thc indefinite sus pensions meted out to Hornung and Karras meant their cases could not possibly be reviewed lUGi of the matter spended autnonzod individuals to accusation1 and it is not yet to make a final deter games mination Kozeile said Com Kivelie also announced that pletior of this investigation eaa o still is investigating charges be expected in ihe neav future uunui livn UlUiMUUHlS O 3Cei3t sorinr mg sideline passes and sit on possible with individuals dothe Lions bench durin scribed by Detroit police known hoodlums   

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