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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                             21 DBS duct of Cedar Rapids Municipal Court Judges Loren M Hufflnf er Jr and Howard W McLaugh lia was criticized Tuesday by the Iowa Supreme Court The court said it reviewed the judges conduct aftercom plaints were filed against them and found a Seed for correc tion The Supreme Court said both judges have been guilty of arbitrary conduct of judicial duties which can not be ap proved by this court They have unduly delayed trials and deci sions of many cases Cases should be decided not lost or mislaid or unreasonably delayed with fair opportunity for all litigants to be heard the court said Judge McLaughlin was sepa rately criticized by the court for allegedlyusing or threatening to use powers of his office op pressively in connect ion with a involving his expense account The opinion handed down as the feeling of the court as a whole said the judges should have an opportunity to correct the objectionable disap proved practices The court said it would con tinue to watch the operations of the two judges Judge Hullinger specifically was criticized for what the court called his arbitrary handling ot casesnot in the interest of the proper administration of the courts The Supreme Court said on many occasions he dismissed criminal cases without giving prosecuting authorities an op portunity to present their cases The high court said the ori ginal complaint against Judge Hullinger concerned his dis missal of several cases involv ing allegedly overloaded trucks e in suits filed by the State High way Commission Justice is not furthered by wholesale dismissals of cases with no opportunity for each side to be heard and for no better reason than that the pre siding judge thinks the offended statutes are unfair in their ap plication the court said Judge Hullinger also was crit icized for what the court called unduly delayed decisions in several cases and for cases that have disappeared and can not now be located Judge McLaughlin was ac cused by the court with violat ing a canon of the judicial ethics of the American Bar Associa tion by having a listing in trie telephone book which shows he is a The court said that in 1962 and in 1963 he was listed in the Yel low Pages of Cedar Rapids tele phone directories as a lawyer It said there is no evidence that Judge McLaughlin is actually practicing law which would be in violation of Iowa law but added the publishing of his name as a lawyer would indi cate to the general public that he was doing so Judge McLaughlin also1 was criticized for his actions regard ing payments of expenses he JUDGES on HULLINCER MULAUGHUM 2 The newspaper that makes all North Iowans neighbors Home Edition VOL104 MASON CtTY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 10c Paper Conslsti of Two Associated Pull No 1W To ask excise tax cut f L n Tentative settlement by railroads 1 Fhotofex FAIR fDick Berg puts a seal named Ronnie through His paces for John F Pavilion New YorkV Worlds Fair John was accompanied by the Rev Richard McSorley of Washington and two Pmkerton men and two secret servicemen Farm vacation plan discussed DBS MOINES pro gram to promote Iowa farm va cations for tourists and others was being discussed Tuesday by the Farm Vaca tion Council The 12member council ap pointed by Gov Harold Hughes Highway 18 oneway for Barry visit There will be oneway traffic on Highway 18 Thursday morn ing before and after Sen Barry Goldwaters speech at the Ma son City Municipal Airport Highway 18 between Mason was holding its organizational meeting It listed its goals in a state ment released Tuesday as To provide inexpensive vaca tion opportunities for families with limited incomes improve Iowas appeal to the tourist make available accommodations for tourists offer a new source of income for farmers and in crease the states revenue from tourism Leaders agencies Strike is called off WASHINGTON AP The nations trains chugged past another major strike threat Tuesday after a scheduled day break walkout was postponed indefinitely There appeared little likeli hood of a renewal of the strike threat by 150000 shop workers after negotiators announced a tentative settlement of their job security dispute The announcement Monday came about 14 hours before the scheduled 6am strike deadline and ended the second major a virtually nationwide rail tieup since April We have reached an agree ment on four of themajorissue involved1 and feel certain wewi be able to complete the agree ment very soon saidMichae Fox spokesman for six sho craft unions Francis A ONeill member of the National Mediation Board said talks were to resume TUCST day to try to wrap up the bal ance of this ONeil said tentative agree ment was reached on these four points 1 SUBCONTRACTING The unions had complained that the practice of railroad subcon tracting of maintenance and re pair work to outside firms was cutting sharply into employment in railroad shops 1964 The Curtis Publishing Co hints at revisions QUINTS A YEAR OLD famed Fischer quintuplets are a healthy playful group following a ATLANTIC CITY N J W President Johnson told a bell ringing cheering crowd of labor union members Tuesday that he will recommend a cut in excise taxes next year And he hinted at other tax cuts if prosperity continues This was Johnsons firstflat disclosure that he favors lower excises on the retail prices of such items as lip sticks auto tires and telephone calls Johnson returning to Conven tion rHall where he was nomi nated by last months Democra itic National Convention ad dressed some 3500 delegates to the J12th biennial convention of the United Steelworkers union Minutes before his arrival the delegates unanimously endorsed Ihisrcandidacy inerai services f or Judge Tom Talking of bread and butter Boynton 78 Forest City wera Johnson soughtto held he Republican with voices of doom and despair son Funeral Home The Rev Although he did not mention the Charles T White of the Forest JUDGE TOM BOYNTON Judge Tom Boynton dieSjJS T FORESTS IT fa ters left to Mary recent first birthday party at their Aberdeen SD Catherine Mary Ann and Mary Margaret home James Andrew heaviest of the The quintuplets born Sept 14 1963 are dren at 23 pounds is hauled in a wagon by his sisthe children of Mr and Mrs Andrew Fischer of state and federal farm organizations City and restricted Clear Lake starting at will be approxi mately 8 am and ending about 11 am depending mainly on traffic conditions Highway 18 will be oneway west from Mason City to the airport and oneway east from Clear Lake to the airport be fore the After the speech as cars return the di rections will be reversed No through traffic will be per mitted either time Highway will not be af fected by the oneway system The Iowa Highway Patrol Cer ro Gordo County sheriff Mason City and Clear Lake police are working with local Republican officials on traffic control Orders probe of justice bureau WASHINGTON invest gation of t h e Justice Depart mcnt requested by the Team sters Union for its president James R Hoffa was ordered Tuesday by the House Judiciary Committee Worth Iowa Weather outlook Mostly cloudy showers Tuesday night and Wednes day forenoon Warmer Twes day night lows in upper 50s Highs Wednesday near Weamer Details on 2 and travel groups suggested this summer that Gov Hughes ap point such a council They said farm vacations in Iowa might be especially attrac tive to city families Many arms from coast to coast they said now are offering vacations at rates of to a week for adults and to weekly for children Council members represent the Farmers Home Administra tion 2 h e un ions had demanded that super visors be prohibited from per forming work normally done by journeymen union members or apprentices 3 h e Brother ti o o d of Railway Carmen had demanded exclusive jurisdiction over the coupling of air hoses when trains are made up a task that has been performed by members of various unions 4 OUTLYING involves the matter of whether a given point involves enough work to require the employment of union men Iowa Petroleum Commit tee Iowa Stale Grange Iowa Farmers Union State Agricul tural Stabilization and Conser vation Committee Iowa Travel Development Council Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Iowa Development Commission On the inside Editorials A North Iowa news I Society news 101112 Sports news 13H Latest markets 14 Mason City 141724 Clear Lake news II nd private pages 2223 Sharing of power is VATICAN CITY AP the detailed voting is Vatican Ecumenical the chapter must Ix voted overwhelming or rejected as Tuesday of the idea that Pope and all Roman provision says jishops form a single body major step toward shared papalepiscopal as by the disposition o the Lord Peter and the apos formed one apostolic body The approval came in a ries of eight votes on also are the Pope and th of the crucial concept of mutually united egiality the sharing of sharing of power whic Pope and bishops in the governing of the result in some kind of Va icar council to advise the Pop major significance for th With this action the unity movement fathers in St Peters Protestants and Orthi have cleared the first 12 of churches have been Si sections of a schema by what they consider 1 establishing the great concentration in the person of the Popi California f ire almost under control CALISTOGA Calif AP monster forest fire that marched 18 miles in 15 hours charring 90 square miles of tim ber and brush and endangering two cities was under control Tuesday Like a fiery giant in seven league boots the blaze strodi across the rugged mountain separating the Napa Valley re sort town of Calistoga and San ta Rosa seat of adjacent Sono ma County By dawn weary firefighter appeared to have beaten bac the fire 1V4 miles southwest o exhausted Calistoga after siege of two days The meandering blast furnace that hopscotched the tops of lofty pines over the mountains into Santa Rosa also was con tained but only after three fiery fingers had laid waste to some 25 homes forced evacua tion of about 2000 persons and threatened a hospital and a convent Whipped by high winds to ex presstrain speeds the fire tarted on its devastating trek ate Monday Earlier in the dayit had swept into Calistoga destroying or charring 50 homes and put ting half the population to flight Barry says LBJ has many lies lives to explain TULSA Okla AP Sen Barry Goldwalcr said Tuesday President Johnson has hun dreds of lives and hundreds o Floy Curran both seek way to ease property tax burden Candidates ask revisions EDITORS NOTE This is the fourth in scries of arti cles in which opposing candi dates for legislative of fices from North Iowa wili ex press their opinions on some issueswhich will face the next session of the Iowa Legisla ture By CHARLES W WALK North Director Differences in their ap proaches to the question of state aid to education are highlighting the campaigns of the two candi dates for state senator from Cerro Gordo County Democrat D e 1 b e r t lies to answer for of his policy for Nam The Republican nominee described of as a resul South Vie presidentia the fightin in South Viet Nam as a conflic without end and without appar Focus on North Thornton who is trying to un s e a t incum bent Republi can Leigh Cur ran Mason City says flatly that we must turn to a d di tion al state aid to education if t h e education standards o today are to be met Curran on he other hand says some ak will be necessary to equalize he tax load but that it shouli not go so far that local schoo boards are unable to have con rol or responsibility Floy favors additional stat aid to woul at the same time equalize th tax after al any investment in our youth i an investment for the future our state GOP the President said these voices have been using the same worn out phrases against progressive legislation from So cial Security through the war on poverty He said public will not heed the same old ih me same old way written I the same old man Turning to tax policy Johnson had this to say We will continue a fiscal policy which expands purchas ing power to meet our power to produce part of The tax cut was a this policy In the fu ture we will not permit federal revenues to become our economy Next are planning to es a drag on year we cut excise tax By pledging that revenues would hot be allowed to drag down the economy Johnson City Congregational Church of ficiated Bunal was in Cemetery The Boynton family requested that any be given to the heart fund Judge Boynton died m the ga rage of his home here Monday noon while preparing to go fish ing in the afternoon Death was attributed to a heart attack Surviving a r e his stepdaughters Phyllis Gronsfal and Marjone Welch and a stept son Roger Brown an of Forest City a brother David Boyn ton Waterloo and four grand children r Judge Boynton retired judge of the 12th judicial disv tnct Jan 1 1961 He had com pleted 20 yearsas a judge after serving as an attorney in Win nebago County 30 years A native of Mitchell he began practicing law at Buf falo Center in 1910 He wai elected district judge in 1940 hinted at further tax reduction The 1964 tax cut for example was based largely on the theory after serving as city attorney ia Forest City and Winnebago County attorney several terms Curran points owi need for state aid differs great from area to that state controlled education w not be all the best in all areas A ny taxes devised to give state I I believe that economies and d he continues should go efficiency in all divisions of gov here the students and the need ernment should be sought Cur ran adds We can not expect to Iowa ranks high in its eduspend less money for education ation standards Curran adds due to the increase in the chil and I am sureit willsolve to educate but should strive to get more for our mon Curran also says the monies roblem satisfactorily Both candidates call for a re ision of the states tax struc ure In my opinion Floy says and credit tax either should be revised or eliminated because it h a s become so obnoxious that revenues were putting brake on the economy Sen Barry Goldwater Repub lican presidential candidate al ready is on record as favoring new tax cuts Goldwater earlier this month proposed income tax reduction of 5 per cent for five years contingent on tight budg et control Hailing current prosperity Johnson said America cannot afford a He went on to paintthis picture j A recession today like those of the 1950s would mean a loss 1 billion a year in produc loss of 1V4 million jobs 40 per cent rise in uhem a halt must be brought to the and unworkablc that it is ddv kyrocketing property tax Bc ng a farmerowner I feel the ing investment money from our states where it is not burden of this mounting taxacoilccted ion and I know from myassol elation with my city relatives Both candidates also and friends just how hard it is that the temporary plan for re people to buy a apportionment of the legislature or young home passed by the special session i Being realistic Floy conla good plan linues I know the revenue is I believe that the temporary needed Therefore I favor plan adopted is good enough to some type of withholding for take care of Iowa until the con our state income tax to suppletroversy at our national level is ment the property tax settled Curran says Curran does not advocate any We are fortunate in tha new or extra taxes but seeks change in the structure all citizens carry their fair part of the In addition to avoiding reces ion Johnson said the nation must extend prosperity to all Americans through strong r Unemployment compensation nd minimum wage laws trough medical care for the aging underSocial Security and hrough equal opportunity for every American of every race Viet strike called off Tensions ease SAIGON South Viet Nanr AP The generar strike ia Saigon was called off Tuesday Labor leaders claimed plete victory Communications were stored Electric lpower antTwa tercame on Monday night Pe troleum plants tobacco facto ries most dock tile factories and rhuniciparbos es were still idle but ected to be back to normal Wednesday Government sources strikers stiD out tad been he rest of Tuesday as a and color and belief RAM INTO LAW SAN FRANCISCO Rape suspect Benjamin Hamilton 22 ran so fast Monday he ran right the armsof the law While being handcuffed after The overall situation which Monday appealed teaded toward gCDeral collapse mproved slightly with word that the strike had beer called off share dren carry of educating our chill FOCUS Continued 2 a court appearance the Ft Ord Army private broke away from the bailiff and raced through a hallway into the arms of Mu nicipal Judge daytonT Hori who held him for the bailiff   

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