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   Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - July 16, 1959, Jefferson City, Missouri                              DWLY CAPITAL Jefftnm July Chief Negotiator Doubts Early End To Steel Walkout Continued from Page 1 Temperatures Across PRICE TAG SET ON HAPPINESS sponsibilitics over to third We know the You the We do noi need third Atlanta cloudy parties to find them for ciouav The which began official ly she Associated Press High Low Pr 80 54 cloudy rain ly earlv resulted from union demands for wage and ben efit contract increases and com pany demands for more leeway in promoting production efficien Cooper said the union had closed down the steel plants a nation clear clear cleor cloudy Des cloudy clear Fort cloudy clear cloudy 88 94 90 79 92 85 wide But McDonald Kansas cloudy management shut down the piants Los clear before the strike Los clear t cloudy The industry said its proposal of cloudy a contract extension without a clear wage increase was rejected by clear the New cloudy It contended the union refused jiew cloudy to give in on contract changes cloudy wanted by the industry to promote cloudy labor cost cloudy It added that the union clear a ued to insist on wage and benefit cloudy 75 62 increaes of inflationary tions rain Cooper the union refused to agree to a daytoday cloudy San clear dear reiUSSu IvJ agicc LU a contract extension basis to permit cloudy strikeless Want Rest Cooper said no rare meeings were planned at this time with the federal He added that if the government labor ex perts didnt need us immediately it would be mighty nice to have a few days more rest and reflec Joseph director of Federal Mediation and Concil iation flew here with aides from Washington on order of President Eisenhower to seek a cloudy clear MMissing TTrace solution to the crippling Ike Wont Use TanHartley Act Continued from Page 1 chevs doctors were reported tc have suggested that he cut out strong drink and go on a Several West German and French newspapers in April reported he had suffered fainting and mentioned four different days for the He was reported af flicted with a brain high blood pressure or circulatory ail 1 J Khrushchev came to Polanc Tuesday for what has been called a reconciliation The last time he was in Poland was in 1956 whenhe tried to slow down Polands rush into what looked like independent Khrushchev and Wladyslaw Go who was boosted to lead ership of the Polish Communist party at that time after having been imprisoned by Polish Stalin have since reached an un and the present visit was designed to underline their After a long welcoming speech and a Khrushchev anc Gomulka joined the crowd in sing ing the Police then started clearing ou the crowd so the dignitaries could reach their But Khrushchev grabbed the microphone and began a babbling Khrushchev often speaks with an ungrammatical Ukrainian This time most of his re marks were But he proclaimed that I was a miner Raising his fists for he declared I worked like many of you I was a worker when 1 was He also said he had been a gen eral onthe Ukrainian front dur The Department of Agriing World War II and had visited culture has announced that cerKatowice when it was liberated tificates of interest issued by the from the L At one point Khrushchev ap priceboosting He disclosed that Secretary of State Christian Herter is fully authorized to negotiate at the Ge neva foreign ministers meeting for participation in a summit subject only to final approval here on Depends On Soviet i But this is conditioned on the Russians respecting rights nd responsibilities in Ber Eisenhower 1 The President disassociated this government from the charge made by Cubas former air force Pedro Luis Diaz that Prime Minister Fidel Castro is a tool of international comrnu Eisenhower sold are charged but are not alwayseasy and the United States has made no such Agriculture Notes Get Interest Hike 91 59 80 65 85 60 92 89 88 78 85 93 67 M 80 80 57 89 66 M 77 46 70 59 61 66 61 60 62 72 64 67 75 73 66 73 61 74 67 105 88 82 60 WICHITA suit filed in U S District Court Wednesday put a price tag on hapi j That is the amount of a federal rax refund sought by executors of the estate of the late Leonaidas ludson Wichita grain Whether the tax was an attorney depended on courts decision on the mean ng of the word happiness as used by Powell in setting up a living trust fund for his wife and two teenage daughters in Powell died May The trust totaled Its ben eficiaries are Powell and the two Miss Nellie Louise Powell and Nancy Powell all of Powell specified he or a Wichita banlj as use part of the trust fund if necessary M M 80 71 86 72 63 53 76 53 91 74 79 69 84 61 Khrushchev Blast Draws No Cheers Continued from Page to his wifes and daughters main tenance and their Internal revenue officials ruled the word happiness gave the cotrustees discretionary power to use part of the so left its amount This they that it could not be deducted in figuring the estates value subject to the federal The executors attorney said his clients contend either The word happiness had no special meaning beyond provisions for maintenance and wel so the entire value of the trust was exempt from the estate If it had special it gave the beneficiaries right to determine how much income was essential to their This would make the trust ssubject to their control and no longer part of the estate powell Its a fine technical point of the attorney Commodity Credit Corporation to At one point Khrushchev gt Majys banks and other lending Katowice with Son to Mf and oanKS ana oiner icuuuig tioas participating in the financa Polish town the Germans called ing of crop st price support July mterrupted and Wd that earn of 3V4 per cent per The rate currently in effect for investment of funds in 1958crop price support loans is 2 per cent per The increased rate will not apply to 1958crop cer tificates which continue to earn interest at 2 per cent per Lending institutions which have invested funds in 1959crop price support loans prior to July 1959 will earn interest on their in I arn an said It was this officials which caused the amuse ment in the Illinois Girl Loses Leg in Boat Mishap Ijjy Will earn UiuricaL uii uacii m w CQSLS 1C vestment at the present rate of Mo right Qf road per cent per annum from the leg of 7yearold Donna T m in 3 date of investment through and including June and 3Y4 per cent per annum Cotton lending agencies will continue to receive a fee of 8 cents per bale for processing cotton pro ducers loan Regulations Amended The regulations providing the terms and conditions under which financial institutions may receive was severed in a Girl Scout Roundup Going at Top Speed Steel Strike Felt In Allied Fields Continued from Page 1 EDITORS NOTE This report written by Miss Ann daughter of aud Paul N 933 Morrau Miss Doll Is attending the national Girl Scout Roundup alonn with a eroup of local and area girls at Colorado Scout Roundup is in full swing now with something happening al most every Patrol B from the Heart of which is made up of Libby Coil and Nancy Sons of Jefferson City Penny COLORADO Stewart and Nancy Gordon Special The National Girlj0 Fulton Kathy McGlameryof Penny Bailey of Eldon and Charlotte Harvey of made a tour of the Garden of the Gods and the Air Force Academy last Making the same trip Thursday was Patrol made up of Dianne Dottie Sum mers and Ann Doll of Jefferson City Ann Kathy Haley and Marty Gordon of Fulton and Jane Cartin and Sandra Gibbons of Can1 strike but USW locals provide help in emergency cases such as paying for medical ex At the Jones Laughlin Steel plant on Pittsburghs South thousands of Steelworkers showed up early Wednesday for their The effects of the steel strike also began spreading to Montreal representatives of the United Steelworkers of America said iron mines will not be able deliver ore to their cus In West the steel owned coal mines were hit hard Bethlehem Bethlehem Steel to reopen after the miners vaca Wheeling the nations 10 is the 9nly big com pany in West Virginia directly af fected by the The states MDONALD AIDES SMASH CAMERA un identified aides of David Mc Donald smashed a television cam era early Wednesday and removed a roll of sound film after the Steelworkers president heatedly objected to a question concerning his McDonold had stopped briefly in Trenton after addressing Steel strikers at nearby He was returning to New York to work on new peace and to direct the walk outof his union Tom Pettit of Philadelphia sta tion on assignment for the National Broadcasting prevailed upon McDonald to pause Blair Still Undecided On Milk Price Bill James Blair said Wed nesday afternoon he was still un about what action he would take on the controversial milk price bill passed by the legis he said he would act before the midnight deadline and would have an announcement on the measure this Wed nesday midnight was the deadline for the governor to sign or veto bills passed by the milk bill forbids sale of milk at below cost unless such prices are put into effect throughout the distribution area of the milk com A milk price bill was vetoed by Blair two years The men spoke ess than two minutes when the critical ques The Missouri Group helped celetjon Was asked Do you feel that brate the Colorado Centennial last They saw trick riding and Indian dancing and heard a speech by Charles Girl Scout National Dottie Summers of Jefferson City and Nancy Stewart of Fulton are making recordings of Roundup news and these are played over station Hungarian Fighters Airliner Weirton because its employes belong to an independent other Steel steel continued to Austria Bel gian airliner was forced to land in Communist Hungary then permitted to continue its flight to officials They said the airliner here by carrying 55 passengers was forced to land by Hungarian MIG jet fighters after it strayed off course lin bad vour career hangs in the balance of this strike McDonald exploded and re fused to answer the He demonded that the film be given to When Pettit stood two men approached as McDonald backed The camera was knocked off its and the film ripped Record Rains Flood Atlantic ATLANTIC twoday deluge has dumped more than seven inches of rain on seaside some of the local streets look like I A total of inches of rain fell here by Wednesday New Airport Named For late Secretary WASHINGTON big new airport being Constructed to serve the Washington will be named for the late John Foster President an executive order Wednesday desig nating it as the Dulles Interna tional The scheduled for completion in is located at about 27 miles west of Washington across the Po tomac HOFFA PLEDGES AIDTOU5W MIAMI AP Teamsters President James Hoffa pledged financial and moral support to the striking United Steel Workers of America Wednes fresh from a hectic ses sion with the Senate rackets prob flew here to address the an nual convention of the tional Longshoremens The Steel workers find them selves faced bybig business Hoffa Our organization has pledged support mor ally and We wont go through any of their picket Hoffa disclosed to a Herald in terviewer that the Teamsters will engage in the 1960 national elec tion campaign by broadcast and a big direct mail effort to let the American working man know just where all the politicians The Teamsters president said 10 million persons would go on the unions mailing to be com piled from city The Irest of the people wellTeach by television and he Clean ir Quick Convenient the rainfall since Tuesday morning to The record for July 15 is set in 1926 COFFEE SHOP 216 MONROE MLO WALZ Visit Our MAPLE ROOM The Largest and Most Complete Selection of Early American Furniture in Central Missouri The Morning Hospital Admissions Memorial Gladys Marys Miss Ann 810 Jackson Delores 5 Mary Jane Meta Larry Linn Ola Eldon Delia Ten Mile Ralph Tipton Neley Parkview Nora 3 Miss Joyce 209 Bolivar Dow Nor 1605 Marys Minnie Perry Raymond Charles Still Ida Barnett Marie California LeLona 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Federal ister of the rate applicable NrC and subsequentcrop certifij Sam Gladden 01 Kansas cates of Reprints of the j was reelected president of the Federal Register publication will Missouri State Council of be distributed to financial which ended a two day lions by county Agricultural Stabili convention Tuesday at the Gover ization and Conservation j Ralph Erhardt of Jefferson City In accordance with terms of the was elected Cotton Lending Agencv Arthur Hohenstreet of Jefferson the change in the interest rate tolCity and Harlan Boehm of Spring per effective July were presented watches in for financing the 1959crop appreciation of their long service cotton loan program will be anjto the nounced in the Federal A reprint of the Federal Register announcement will be furnished by WASHINGTON API announcement wm ue lumiiueu the New Orleans CSS CommodityjlJnited States agreed Wednesday Office to each lending institution to lend 15 million dollars to Com which has executed the Yugoslavia for the con The change in the interest of a hydroelectric proj announced does not affect the rateject near Dubrovmk Details of of interest to be charged proithe development loan fund are ducers on 1959crop price supportto be negotiated the State Departj This rate remains at wmeoi The loan will be used per cent per j to buy costs for Burdette fined S15 and Spdalia sl150 costs or 13 days in ail for careless and reckless Harold fined S90 and S10 costs for driving without an operators James fined S15 and S10 costs for driving on wrong side of Leonard fined S15 and S10 costs for driving on wrong side of Bernice fined S15 and S10 costs for driving on wrong side of Police Court William 612 Wash ington was fined S25 and sent enced to 90 days in the Cole Coun ty jail on a careless and reckless driving Lawrence 1014 Marys was fined and sentenced to 90 days in jail on an intoxication Jack and Earl Otto were fined S10 each on speeding Marriage Licenses Carlie Cen and Minnie Zimmer Cunnyngham to Speak 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