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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 26, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                Furth i WASHINGTON AP The administrations plaas call for a eut ia exdse taxes in and another reduc tion in income taxes the follow tag year informed sources said Tuesday They said there is a strong Possibility will announce this tentative timetable during next falls presidential campaign f f There have been a few public of further tax revision On April 28 Johnson said he could see another tax cut a few years down the road if the bilhon income tax reduction acted this year stimulated the economy into providing enough revenue to balance budget There are signs mat the ad ministration would coniider clipping almostevery category of excise taxes although there may be both congressional and admittistrattoa opposition to tting is strong trimming NBCearmarked tax sack asr gasoline and vehicle taxes used for federalstate road programs In February Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon said at a news conference that reduc tions in excise taxes could come in IMS but he indicated that such cuts might not be pushed until 1966 or later During Senate consideration of the tax cut bill some senators demanded reduction in excises along with the income tax reduc tion Proponents the tax re duction agreed then to future hearings on the excise taxes Excise a wide variety of products and serv ices cosmetics jewelry furs telephone tolls automobiles gasoline theater admissions sporting goods liquor and cig arettes These levies are expected to provide billion in revenue during the fiscal year rwhich be gins July Van increase of billion since i960 Proposals fof further revi sions in bcome tax rates obvi ously would be timed to coincide with the first balanced budget since I960 Treasury officials talk about balancing the budget in fiscal 1967 which begins July 11966 although they admit thia is a tough target A dramatic improvement m federal finances obviously would improve the chances of persuad ing Congress to reduce taxes further The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors Home Edition VOL 1M MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY U IH4 OOe eofqrVTUf Coubte at Two SectionsSection AMoclated FuU No 91 routing By ROBERT H SPIIGEL plane eras Editor i AMES The yvSBureau of Public roaxk u now studying a proposed alternate route for In terstate 35 through North Iowa The alternate would take the interstate near the Mason City municipal airport betweenClear Lake and Mason City instead of paralleling Highway 69 as or iginally planned Harry Bradley Jr chairman of the Iowa State Highway Com mission told the GlobeGazette here Tuesday that the commis sion engineers have finished their restudy of the route study was ordtrwd by the commission last Decem ber after hearing new informa tion submitted by the Mason City Committee for Interstate 35 This finished report has been sent to theBureau of Public Roads in Washington DC Bradley said the bureau finishes its study the proposal will be submitted to the Iowa State Highway Commission for consideration andaction The commission members have asked specifically that tivy given no detail that cofr WESTER shows th ern portion of the newlyopened Hiawatha Trail The following story first in a series of three de tails the journey from Mason City to Spirit Lake Hiawatha Trail Go west young Violence on Race Street CAMBRIDGE Md National Guardsman was shot and others were injured Monday night n anew flareup betweenintegrationist demonstrators and troops using bayonets and tear gas to disperse them State police said several demonstrators also were injured in the clash as bullets bricks1 and bottles NOTE litfcle Bradfaysaid Hut Ihi nUtudy according to chief engineer L M Clauson will not cause any delay in the programming of this stretch of interstate high way in Iowa plan commissions on interstate five year highways calls for paving of Interstate 35 Between Highways 20 and 3 in 1S67 The interstate paving be tween Highway 3 and the Min nesota border is expected to be done in 1968 although not a part of the five year program as yet 4inch rain at Bluffs THE ASSOCIATED Powerful winds and heavy including 434 inches at Council Bluffs blasted parts of Iowa during the night The latest in a series of se vere spring storms produced 70 mileperhpur wind gusts cloud bursts hail and spectacular lightning displays across the 3 4U19jKi Jm M by Chattes tW WaJk North News Director on the Hiawatha Pioneer Trail through This article details the trail from Mason Citv to Spirit By CHARLES W WALK North Iowa News Director The western swing of the Hiawatha Pioneer Trai from Mason City starts at one of the states two top summer vacation and ends at the second such Of the intersection of Highways whizzedthrough theair in he citys Negro district Hundreds of whites milled district and shout taunts at integrationists cross the street Further disorder was averted when Brig Gen GeorgeMtGel ston clamped a curfew onthe own andguardsmen moved shoulder to shoulder down the main street toclearit of spec tators Ironically named Race Streetit divides thelNegro sec intin funland fes was described as serious mt the clash third out break in two first stop west on the trail of course is Clear Lake Long recognized as one of the outstanding tourist attractions in Iowa the 3600acre lakeprovides a water wonderland for the traveler I leftMason City at am on a clear day With little traf fic I was at Clear Lake on Highway 18 by 10 miles away from my front door Al though I didnt stop at the lake CHARLES W WALK you a tour Other rainfall amounts in cluded 355 inches at Bed Oak 255 at Audubon 320 at Mal vern 205 at Mapleton 239 at Correctionville and 276 at Ran dolph on alert for Peru uprisings IJMA Peru APFeelings ran high Peruvian capi tal Tuesday and police were on the alert for more disorders in the wake of Sundays bloody fi nale to a soccer game Police announced an official toil of 328 dead in the panic aft er police fired tear gas to check riot in Limas Natiooal Sta dium The police said 122 of the vic tims had not been identified It was the sports worlds worst disaster and the Interna tional Soccer Federation with headquarters in Zurich Switxer land asked the Peruvian asso ciation for detailed information The rioters were protesting a referees decision against the Peruvian team ia a PeruArgen tina preOlympic match North Weather outlook cwfcr Twsvday IS GwMraNy toi ww the average tourist who isnt familiar with the spbV will find Clear Lake State Park on the south shore and M c I n t o s h Woods State Park on the north shore musts on vacation Still hoodingwist on High way 18 Lpassed Ventura on the way to Garner Heading west early in the morning is the best Ume to travel since the sun is at your back and you gel little glare At Garner 1 headed south on 89 for the longest swing of the trip By ixw the time was and I bad traveled 23 miles from Mason City Highway 69 i a fine road as are all the major roads I traveled on this west 20 and 169 The structure shoulc make a big hit with youngsters After touring the fort anc matching preparations for the jig parade held in conjunction with the dedication I left For Dodge on Highway 20 at Looking back I would have been better off to have taken High way 5 west out of Fort Dodge it w a t I h a d a terriblo time finding Kalsow Prairie my next stop on the trail The map I was using showed the prairi directly east of Pomeroy a small town onHighway 17 took a gravel road out o Pomeroy east but missed th prairie and had to stop in Man son on Highway 5 for direc lions As it turnedout there i a sign on Highway 5 which directs you to the prairie Ther is no such sign on Highway 17 The prairie is 160 acres 6 virgin sod never touched b a plow Although it might be c interest to some traveler i looked to me like any other fiek left in the soil bank for a HIAWATHA Continued on 2 weeks and the most seriousin nearly i year The ordered into Cambridge byj J Millard Tawes last summer after a se ries of shootings and arsons It has been there since In tho lattst a gro guardsman was wounded in the left shoulder by a smallcal iber bullet Another also Negro suffered a burned hand when i grenade be was holding explod ed A plastic fragment from the grenade hit the gas mask of ah officer cutting his face A rock hit a fourth serviceman possi bly fracturing an arm Gelston said about 150 demon strators all butabout four or five of them Negrohadbegun marching and singing some two hours before the violence Guard dttails assigned to key intersections to preven Negroes from leaving the dis trict and whites from entering it Lehigh strike now in 7th day LocaMOS of the United Ce and GypsumWork eirs Union is in the seventh daj of its strike at the Lehigh Port iand Cement Company plant is no further commen from either the union or the management the strike is over a contract grievance procedure Thunder and Lightning during a storm MEDIAPOLIS CAP Twin boys nicknamed Thunder and Lightning hospital or were doing well after their father Howard Stom per helped deliver them Sun day in the basement of the Stomper 1 arrival of the twins nexpecfedly during a T tHunderstorm hence Lacking a telephone Stom per helped delivery and then drove to Mediapolis where an ambulance was con tacted The twins and Mrs Stomper weretaken to a Bur lington hospital Their real names and birth weights are Curtis Lee 8 pounds 3 ounces and Ken neth Leo 7 pounds 11 ounces Dillon asks hike in debt ceiling to billion WASHINGTON UBSecretar of the Treasury Douglas Dillo asked Congress Monday t raise the temporary debt ceiL ing from billion to bl lion for the fiscal year that be gins July 1 The debt ceiling now is tern porarily at billion Inside The Globe Editorials Comics Clear news Society news Sports news Latest markets Mason City news Farm news Classified pages Nortti news 13 1 1 141 1 202 Convict escapes by air Trip ends in wreckage es caped convict1 crashed landed a stolen airplane in which he was trying to flee from a State Pen itentiary farm early Tuesday He wasinjured once in the ing82 miles an at impact STEVEN BARKER PHOTOS SADDEN HER Mrs John F Ken o u UJUJ j4 AVda nedy sits beside herbrotherinrlaw Atty GenRob ertKennedyat a pressconference in New York in connection with the opening ofan exhibitbf toesof the late after tionwide tour wiirbe placedin the5 proposed John F Kennedy Library at HarvardUniversity Of all mementoes she said I suppose the photographs the hardest to look at the is are Blames parents for teens sex problems By G K HODENPIELD AP Education Writer CHICAGO CAP If Ameri can teenagers re sexually pro miscuous their parents are to blameAnd when the parents worry about adolescent sex it is for the wrong reason Dr Mary C Calderqne a New York City specialist in public health leveled thai blunt criti cism US society Tuesday There have been many sur veys on adolescent sexual activ ity she said and you pay your money and you take your choice But the facts are that 22 the excellent studies by Christi swing and there is a tendency with light traffic to creep up to and over the 70 mile per hour speed it I arrived at the intersection of Highways 20 and 69 at 46 miles south of Garner I had breakfast and got gas at this intersection before taking off for Webster City at on Highway 20 fair Tfc r I was ahead of the time I reached Webster City at so I droyearound this t attractive community for about 10 minutes before leaving for Fort Dodge at still on High way 20 The top attraction at Fort Dodge is the rebuilt fort Dedication of the new fort was scheduled for the day I arrived and T had to receive police permission to visit the struc Dttsihi isn I Iture The fort is located just east a nson of Purdue University how that of every five US brides is pregnant on her vedding day Dr Caldcront told Hw nation il convention of the PTA Wc have done a halfbaked job of ex education Sheurged a full actual program extending from firstgrade through senior high ichool T The dilemma of course is if our own making she said n her address We have in the ast 15 years lifted all forms of discipline and control and sub tituted nothing for them We our children he keys and free access to cars money with which to go o motels empty houses and apartments whilemother and ather are off golfing and play ng bridge orwhathaveyou and few rules about anything ncludicg sex Dr said infer ence children draw from the woks and films to which they have free access is that while our society wholeheartedly be ieves in monogamy and sex within marriage nevertheless sex outside marriage is fun and sophisticated and an in thing She told the TTA delegates I challenge you to admit that as a society our anxiety is not so much about sexual behavior itsett as about its results in terms of outofwedlock preg nancy and of course venereal disease TOP of the impressive at tractions along the western awing of the Hiawatha Pbotofax Trail in Iowa is the Grotto of the Redemption at West Bend Air found uncon scious in a hog house on the Richard Beck farm about 11 miles northeastof here Officers said Earner had crawled about 500 yards from he wrecked plane a silver Cessna 182 He was found by Beck and Wayne Hendrickson Barnar son of Mri Gladys Earner f Martelle was taken to Community Hospital where heunderwent surgery Dr John Parish later de scribed Earners condition ai improved He said the convic received a deep cut on the heac anti shock The plane was seen taking ofi from theFort Madison Airport about am That was about two hours after Earner was discovered missing at a bed check at the prison farm north of Fort Madison Earlier an unidonti fied plane was heard circling over Cedar Rapids Strong thunderstorms whippet this area of the state most o the Anight The plane belonging to the Hawk Flying Club of Fort Madi son had a full tank of good for about four hours of fly ing at low it wa flown away Authorities Mid ttwre stil Was gas in the tank after crashed in a hilly pasture Bar ner had flown i more than 125 milesbefore the crash landing The plane hit in the field bounced in the air and noset over as it came down the sec ond time Officers said instruments o the plane showed it was trave The plane was demolished Earner told police he took the lane from a hangar Earner who apparently never lad a pilots license was serv ng a 10year sentence from County Cedar Rapids for orgery Officials at the Mason City air port said they had been alerted sarly Tuesday to keep on lookout for Earner T s LBJ poverty 5 bill clears committee 1912 WASHINGTON W The ad ministrations anti poverty bill was approved Tues day by the HouseEducation and Labor Committeeover solid Re publican opposition The 1912 reflecting tin committees party makeup cli maxed more tftan two months effort on the bill Wives strike for husbands GRAND RAPIDS Brigades of housewives halted two trains for 30 minutes Tues day toprotest what was unfair treatment of their railroadworker husbands i Twentyfive women blocked a Chicagobound Chesapeake or Ohiotrain for 23 minutes at suburban Grandviile They said their protest was a substitute for a strike by their husbands against railroad work rules SAM CUBAN Thisfpiituirewsid taken in Havana by Jack Manning staff photographer of New York Times Manning caught members of female militia standing guard at City Hall WomVa guards are a common sight in the dty they began taking jobs previously held by men who now working in sugar fields or are on alert in I areas against threatened rebel invasions   

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