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   Oelwein Daily Register, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1965, Oelwein, Iowa                                Alert Housewife Provided New Industry Tip Read Editorial Page This Issue REGISTERLAND WEATHER Considerable cloudiness thru Tuesday with brisk souihorlv winds Warmer M o 11 I i y night lows in upper 20s Continued in i 1 d Tuesday highs mid 30s northwest lo low 40s southeast MYSTERY N2 8061 NORTHEAST IOWAS AWARD WINNNG PICTURE PAPER A PERMANENT RECORD OF LIFE IN REGISTERLAND SINCE 1881 VOL 58 NO 71 MONDAY JANUARY 4 196 Per Copy IGc Oelwein Iowa Congress Meets WASHINGTON Wi The new Congress convened today in fire works over leadership posts and legislative rules and with battles looming over measures President Johnson is expected to propose for his great society In a mood for change and in hopes to create a new party im age House Republicans threw out Rep Charles A Halleck of Indiana as their floor leader and replaced him wilh Hep Gerald H Ford of Michigan The vole was 73U7 The leadership issues were set tled in party caucuses preliminary to the noon rapping ot gavels that brought the Iinth and best paid in history Congress into session Hy vote of the last Congress the pay of members in the new one rises to a year It had been President will deliver his State of tho Union message to a joint SenateHouse session at 8 pm CST Radio and television networks plan live coverage In both Senate and House there arc members intent on getting changes in the rules What success they have may greatly affect Johnsons chances for getting some of his more controversial propos als Generally the efforts to change the rules center on making it easier to break a filibuster in thf Senate and to curb the power of the House Rules Committee a bas tion of conservatism to delay or block legislation In contrast to the battling anionx To Lead House RepublicansMore Than 100 Days Ford Unseats Halleck 1 Million j i5 In Iowa Taxes Sen Long Collected In 64 Elected To Post Sen and Mrs H L Keying Democrat West Union State Legislators Politics Is New Job For Hey ing Freshman Senator DIvS MOINFS W A total of y was collected in taxes by Iowa in 1904 state Treasurer Paul Kraiizenburg said Monday WASHINGTON Sen Rus sell H D La 46 a South That was about Sll5 million Pllor classifies himself as an more than was collected the preeconomic liberal was chosen by vious calendar year The 1964 inSenate Democrats today to fill crease was not as large as the No 2 leadership post million boost in 1953 over the Long won on the second ballot 19U2 revenue with 41 votes six more than need ed Runnersup on this test were Htlleck Sales taxes were S753 million an increase of S25 million and in Sen John O Pastore DR I with Clergymans Wife Says She Has A Lousy Job9 LONDON P The wife of an aging it but plcntly of 2nd In A Scries by Mikn Malioncy Register State Editor WKST UNION Ive always technical training parimutuel bet House Republicans GOP senators had politics on my mind sighed ting and a long list of issues faces quietly and unanimously reelected Larry Heying newly elected the Senator from West their leaders State Senator from Fayelte and Union Winnesliiek counties He failed lo take sides on issues Heying 50 yeTrs old with a white remarking Im going to hear out crop of hair embarks on a new both sides of these issues and then career in less than two weeks as make my decisions a lawmaker in the stale of Iowa Ileving who is the father of continued Reappwtionmrnt tax revision inslrnlu premium S96 million proportionate sharing vocational 7 mjllion usc miiH0n and million come taxes totaled SM million an f PhiliP A Hart D incrcasc of about S700000 Gaso Mlch mlh two line taxes brought in mil job was vacated when Hu lion up about million but the bcrt H Humphrey was elected vice bulk of those funds go into the president road use lax fund The conference unanimously re Other 1964 tax collections and Sen Mike Mansfield DAnglican clergyman says clerics when one does not the amount collected in 1963 in jiont as Democratic leaderand snolllcl celibate because being I also resent tli elude Sen George A Smathers DFla marre is a lousy job Inheritance million and S89 Post secretary of the million cigarette tax S145 million conference ami million beer mil linn and million liquor prof its SI 13 million and million Wins Vote By 7367 WASHINGTON Rep Gerald R Ford of Michigan was chosen to load House Re publicans in the 89th Congress today unseating Rep Charles Halleck of Indiana Ford 51 backed by younger members who anted a fresh forceful image for their party defeated Halleck 7367 Halleck 64 had held the job for six years Ford gave up the post of chairman of the party conference in order to challenge Halleck for the leadership Rep Melvin R Laird of Wiscon sin won Fords former job In nominating Ford lor floof leader Uep Klford A Cederberg blame RMich said millions of Republi cans are awaiting1 our decision and the fact that I hoping House Republicans will have to be myself selfconsciously provide them with a fresh and If I twisi at the parish dance this forceful image Ford Bulletins Denied Floor Rights myself am happy basically causcs commcnt because I love inv husband Bren da Wolfe 28 wrote in the church 1 now have bnromn so intro magazine Prism Bui I am afraid spcctivc that I ask myself if I that ii is often in spite of the twist in order to cause comment church I resent the basic reason behind it thai somehow we are differ btrelection overturn Hal Mrs Wolfe said when she mar cnt Cederberg also predicted Fords p tht nrna shatter ngdl rPd in the Buffered in last Sen Everett M Dirksen of Illi nois was returned a floor leader Sen Thomas W Kuehel of Cali fornia as assistant leader or whip and Sen Lcverelt Saltonstall of Massachusetts as conference cnlinR residents four observed Im for almost nny Hilarius Louis Larry Heying is technical training advancements Traffic Records Are Broken By Holiday Deaths Hnuse floor today at the opening of the new Congress Expect 400 Here For Meeting Four hundred school adminis trniors hoiil nf rduitmn mem bers principals and vocational in structors are exprcld in nhvpin mw owner and opera Thursday Jm 7 to ntlfnd n nvjn chick anf Supply of gional meeting designed to explain ws ijmon Hfs jn the Vocational Education Act of Moims for meetings with Gov llar 1963 Hughes and attended various a successful businessman about to we can make I would like to see ob pranCe of nc New Year at Maririe Corps ard denounced set foot in a field hes been itching some part of northeast Iowa get i1 orP rahrirafion iha itching some part to get into Hes received more one of the schools downtown tips on lawmaking Personally Im for 16 area voca midnight Sunday breaking all fabrication reports that a vioiis trarflc death records for the fall he took stemmed from after leek WASHINGTON Three Negro rjct SOVPn aR0 she had In the contest for the confer womcn from Mississippi who ar highminded visions if entering Clergymen ought to be celibate Cnce chairmanship the vote was contesting the election of three mv husband into the great because no decent rightminded 75 for Ijird and 62 for Rep Pe Mississippi representatives were wolj of converting the world man ought to have the effrontery ter H B Frelinghuysen of New denied the right to go onto the to ask any woman to take on a Jersey a member of the liberalori But here I am surrounded by lousy job It is thoroughly un entcdWednesriay Club a group of four children tied to the house Christian about 20 House Republicans expected to turn up at every cat Mrs Wolfe said her husband pcp paui R Fino of New York hanging and feeling like a widow read ihe article before she sent it nad announced his candidacy but as my husband is always on duly to the magazine withdrew to leave the contest be Hcr husband is parish priest at Fortunately he has a sense of twecn Frelinhuysen and Laird Wigan in Lancashire humor she said 1 resent also the double stand Laird was considered by some liberalwing Republicans to have closely with forces in WASirrNTTON Pnl tohn H WASHINGTON Col John H hc ended its threeday Glenn Jn ret red tortay from ard Mrs Wolfe continued A GOP Elected fiowtnown tips nn lawmaKing Persona v I in lor 16 area voca Pffntc nt ninnonr fliuht Alrs woilc contmueti A GOP fciectetf than he can remember including tional schools with driving distanc holday ami surpassing the worst effects of his pioneer space flight g expectcd tfun WASHINGrON Senate Repub identified himself loo cl fields of Cixes insur es held to within an hour uirb lraltlc exPcrtJ Liner Rides Out Storm the conventional things turn tip at iicans Monday unanimously elected SenBirri Coidwaters unrl uha1 vnn i 11 XTTMIT A fhnrrli nnH rttlinr nil nf fhnir tnn inMnHrntr tnC tlgtlt OVCT tnC party ance and what n you The new Senator wife Jn scinrsand sevenyearold daugh ter Trcsa will be in DCS Moines for the opening of the 1965 legis lative session Ian 11 Theyll re at Atiarttnent 3H Commndore Hotel his fire I wet is nothing JKSIKS in IfHiS Id be last resort to raise tax There are advantnges and cliaad Itll be in course but not a big Mrs Heying who will act as secretary lo the Senator noted Im looking forward to it Itll ccrtaiin be a change Ive been dictating for a long lime at the plant but now Ill be taking dicta Hevin doesnt feel ivirimutuel Highwav accidents during the NKW YORK The American church and every other connected all of their top leaders including uie fight over the Ilvi HJUJiJI L It LI IIIIIILNI 1 t n i TI t i r T n t Ronil nt tPl Tl I VinVf tltlfin bcttin will be one of the big 78hour period claimed 453 lives liner Independence docked Sunday social affair whatever her domes Sen Bourke Hickcnlooper of Iowa al me itepuoiican fnr jt ns a posing the New Years high mark day 807 Mediter tic circumstances may be One re as chairman of the Senate GOP money during a fourday holiday in ranean cruise passengers who ccives no encouragement for man Policy Committee JlnD5l when 40D persons died spent a rugged and at times ter of The previous Ibrecday record was rifying New Years Eve in a raging 371 in J 95900 storm in the North Atlantic Francisco last summer Laird was chairman of the Platform Committee Iowa Association of School Ad sponsored by the state tlonp inistrators and Slate Department 0n0f I ve been inside the Senate Public Instruction are srmisnrs and thats my only expcrie minislrators of Public Instruction ire sponsors of the inert ing Oolwcin Sunerin I tendTil of Arthur SFIIor seems like all Hie issues are Wnvc Ifivid mountains of thats my she reports The legislative once experience research bureau jnirl oiitrial on differ ent topiciii will appear in the IrgMatuv Hryin our he iioprr lo iltir if ii ttkrs his full fourvrar Irnsi host thr necliiin After nn alirry iil KID H the junior hirli inlitcriiin H1P group will brci tip groups A coffee hour will termin ate Ihe meeting Congress passed tin1 Art of 1003 to iniprovi existing vocational education pro the looks of bnildin grams develop new id make vocational training availnb1 to persons of all ages The Oelwein meet ing will last from pm to pm ha offered it volume of know IcrlEc to hrlp the newly elected Hughes Sees Long Session WrVr traightened things oti DES MOINES W Gov Har the legislators are working and old Hughes said Monday he ex accomplishing something There in West Unior so wrll have nn pccts a long session of legislature are so many things to do that it problems to worry about when which convenes next Monday to is obviously going to take time drfinilMy rippiscl to being v crf in PCS Moines says Heying ytart wrestling with Iowas prob He said he has no plans to meet taxed for painting and improving Terry the oldest son will man with Democratic legislators before and property awih plant Hes a graduate of the session starts He added he will It urrs mv griin when soincnnr is lasrci just hrruisr paints huilriint or cleans up The governor told a news confer surprised if ot attend a Democratic legislative h HrymB is t hr foot of a nrv nn worhshop hcrc Sunday which he u one f ir a said must have been called by the Market Declines NEW YOUK Motors and steels were losers in a declining stock market late this afternoon Trading was moderate Volume for the day was estimated at 43 mil lion snares compared with fi53 million on Thursday PU IJU r of not making appearances on Sun as long dy Hughcs said In the past the MYSTERY NUMBER TODAY Is Good For Number In right of thli it your Mysttry Number If you find an MN In ad In al on eligibility prlie Ii of REGISTER prior to contest announced Mo Register or carrier or their family may enter Bring your full paper to fhf RECISTFU office no lalnr 10 am Wednesday If unclaimed is always Wednesdays unclaimed No was MNMSlfi in Freds Suier Vain ad Now check Iwk wnud you have won thai ha filttred bis Hie session lasted more than nncnv Imnrf f r Imm time He was flays HP said 1BH3 session last sta CcHtra CommiUec This W of tax discourages urged ly friends to take the big eel a record 127 days and they nnl economic growth and improvement jump He defeated Rodney Drewes seem to get longer every year I would like to see something done in the November general election Hughes said he would not no about it in the next four years he and won his seat in the Senate critical of a long session governor generally has avoided making any public or governmen tal appearances on the Sabbath Hughes who met with the new Democratic state office holders last Saturday said that in the fu ture the State Executive Council will attempt to crack down on op erating costs of stale agencies He said he hopes the council will be able to come up with firm policies on such things as automo bile usage vacations and travel expenses and in the process rut off a lot of fat The governor said he wants to WASHINGTON r Prrsident PrMdcnl lUvigbl n Fisrnhowrr Rut hwas not expected io uo into the possibility of increas Johnson with riinnitar wh ntfrndrd the rlnirch flrlnil on tlirse leaving that fnr of the nation today in thr tra Tberr wcrr prayers for the na special ditjoni1 iarlv morning service of ion thp Prrsirlrrtl Congress for Congress ilT State Of Union Message LBJ May Unwrap Tax Budget Secrets LEO C HOFFMAN 67 retiring Haileton rural mail carrier shows the truck received af a surprise party Dec 31 from 140 friends and patrons The truck was filled with money Hoffman was car rier for rural route No I for years Ideologically the Republicans have little to choose between Hal leck and Ford Their voting rec ords have been virtually parallel during their 16 years of overlap ping service Hallecks ouster has been de manded by congressmen who in sist that the thumping Republi cans took in the last years elec tion they lost 38 House seats calls for new leadership A similar clamor arose in 1959 after the GOP suffered heavy con gressional losses It resulted in re placement of the veteran Joseph Martin Jr of Massachusetts by Halleck Martin lost by four votes on a secret ballot But unlike 1950 when the Hal leck candidacy did not formally surface until the day before vot ing Halleck has known for two weeks that Ford would challenge him Both camps have been thor oughly organized and have con ducted vigorous personal cam paigns Romney At GOP Lincoln Day Dinner overnor George Romney o to be srnt to ing a program of paying expenses to state employes who drive their nwn cars on 3 limited basis rather he ornniin day of Congress Ihrn all m and for prace If ho follows last yrars piftrrii than havj a caf assigncd to hrarlcd hack to his desk for more The was still putting be also will disclose thr broad out Friends Give Hoffman Truck Full Of Money At Party polishing and pruning on tonights finishing touches on his annual lines of the new federal budget to Hlrhcs nishtinic address to the speech which the President hopes federal spending al less than SiOO set nuide marks for the work billion Michigan will address the annual Republican Lincoln Day dinner irt Des Moines Feb 10 E A Hayes Mount Pleasant GOP state finance chairman said today The a plato dinner will bo held at Vet erans Memorial Auditorium Governor Romney a former Mirhican was re vehicle calM a Picrlrfi governor in November Ha frorlt won by more than 200000 vote HAZLETOX One hundrrd with forty patrons of Hazleton rural whirh had runners in Slilo f the Union to be delivered person be submitted later in the month Hmo ihi g3VC retirinS rural Through the years Hoffman has while Prefidcnt Johnson carried ema take he wraps Mf some nllv at mint session of the Senate For the second fvaight year he carrier Leo C Hoffman a usd 19 different carsncluaing Michigan by more than t milion and hudRct srcrcts in the nnd House at 8 pm CST The was expected to announce annual Ltemnttcf work out lruck full of money Thursday Dec a jrrp to deliver ms tnail votes Romney wss elected govcr CUT ann MHH Agencies in an attempt to work out 31 al a surprisc m las hon roni its original Slnnlc length nor jn jn his first try for a policy governing lobbying by or jn thc American Ix his route has grown to 75 miles puhlic office too slaAc officias Sion Hall Hoffman estimates he has traveled Hayes said that tickets for the He said that in vhe past for the first time employes bf ir in In and his vice of Congress in the busy year will There was a possibility Humphrey arrived sop be broadcast live by television and Johnson would put a dollar figure r 8 am srrvice at radio networks for the first time on the size of a rhMrrh Johnson was departing from tra the excisetax cut hr will ask Con while the legislative se 1924 logclhcr aiid Irfl ogcthrr riition in making an rvrning crrss to approve effective July 1 was limousine sprrrh Most presidents have ad There has been speculation the Vrmhvrs of thr House and Sen dressed Concress during tbr noon proposed tax cut might approach Action to officials model of the IntrrnPlional Smut were among other dignitaries hour hut Johnson wanted to get 2 billion to the cgislators the reasons vehicle he drives on his roto or hand Several were among the maximum television and radio ex In addition to discussing domes rulin elders officiating in serving postire in unveiling a preliminary tic policies and programs prcsi tbe Communion blueprint of what he calls his dents usually devote part of their Johnson and Humphrey sat on Great Society program State of thc Union messages to agencies assigning a man to sit m Of horses to deliver 13 mail thr Hie church in thc Thc chief executive will touch foreign affairs There were no ad he legislature throughout the sescause there were no paved roads SEE thirrirow fiom thp front in thp on major legislative proposals to vance hints that Johnson planned once reserved for former be submitted in the weeki ahead any surprises in this area he Hoffman 67 has bem rural morr than 500000 milfs in his statewide Republican dinner Frb been fultime maji carrjcr for the route since service with the post de 10 hsve been sent to M G Stebbins legislative ses 1924 partment His rout presently Of Opjwrjn Fayette County Repub Thr money given to Hoffman at serves 225 families totalling 9R5 can finanrr chairman aid he had nn oh njs surprise party came in a sill persons for their support of various bills Hoffman began driving his route Mrs Charles Sarhtsrhale Mr and financial requests June 23 1924 in a Model T Forcl Clara Lewis and Mr and Mrs But he said he objects to state During thc winter he used a team Mose G Shepherd looked for be Hoffman to deliver their mail as in an attempt to influence in the Kazleton area at that timr legislation In 1927 the Model T was replaced HOFFMAN continued on page 6 ITS A FACT Kxprriencr is an excel lent schoolmaster but he does charge dread ful wages Aunt FranMe   

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