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   Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - July 16, 1959, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin                                Forty-Sixth Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, Thursday, July 16, 1959 Single Copy Ten Cents State Withholding Tax Plan Is Defeated in Senate Test. 21-12 To Enlarge Nekoosa Mill For New Paper Machine Construction will begin this week on a major remod-S eling project to house a new paper machine at the Nekoosa- mitt of Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Co. The project is one of the major items in a long-range; 5 rn'11inn expansion program announced by the firm in; 1957 Contract for the remodeling work has been awarded to I the Paul A- Laurence Co.. Minneapolis, Minn. It involves installing a -new roof over the present Xekoosa machine room, making it approx-; JIAD1SOX 15 feet higher, and other structural changes to provide a great- bellion atfer threatening to blow up the mine. Assembly Okays Bill Requiring Boat Reistration Teacher Asks Court Ruling On Contract Wisconsin Weather today. !head traveling crane will be in- The bill, passed earlier by the stalled for erection of the Seittered thunderuiowera dev Senate, would move the depart-'machine and subsequent machine foment and Friday, mesis of piaaaiag. eagiaeering.'niaintenaace. personnel and re-j Largest Company Unit search into one unit to be known, as the Department of s considerable cloudiness with scattered j thondershowen ending northwest but continuing south and east. Cooler northwest Friday. Low tonight mostly The new machine, largest or the ;n the High Friday northwest- tration. 'be built by Beloit Iron Works. It it. Friday southerly winds Robert Haase PhviHc Mavpr 5n a "loroducuon will be 170 tons per day.j IVUTb- lr 1115 lil d L.Ui-1 J plaint filed in Circuit Court Yfed-j The measure was the Erst of! comparison the firm's larg-j nesdav, asked the court to ralejthe governor's major proposals machine has a_ISO-j W she holds a valid contract for the 1959-60 school year jwoald piace almost immedi-i The new machine will employ MADISON bill providing statewide boating' with the Nekoosa Board of Educa- aiely, would be the first of differential drive which permits: i -i ,a consequence since 1939. i better saeed control than is pos-; registration and regulation sailed through the Wisconsin) her complaiat Mrs. Mayer) to the m came'sibie with present beU-drivenj Assembly Wednesday night, after amending action tem-; charges that action by the board jfrom the State Employes Assn.! equipment. A new steam turbine8 the measure off course !not to renexv her contract was', which contended it might makejhas been ourcnased to drive the 111 C e I invalid and that the contract for i "political maniDulation possible" unit The-proposal now returns to the Senate for action past school year remain L- state dvfl service The Bareail! March three amendments tied on by the Assembly. Three other effect for the ensuing year be-'of Personnel, which would be in-j changes in the proposal were torpedoed. i cause of her having Qlcd'a notice eluded in the change, administers i .._ e machine K scnec1' amendment adopted would'of acceptance with the school civil service affairs. add sailboats to the estimated! board. [quarter- million boats that woaidi 'Committee' Decision LAl'XCHES STRIKE David J. McDonald, president of Jhe United Steehvorkers. is given a picket sign by employes of the U.S. Steel Corporation's Fairless Works at Morribville. Pa. He came to the sprawling plant Tuesday for the siart of the steel strike. Union Officers Touring Injury 'Joke' May Lead to Prison Term tft Details Poses Budget Problems MADISON f The key bill in Gov, GsyJord Nelson's entire legislative program a state income tsx withhold- ing plan as killed by the Republican dominated Sen- ate Wednesday. Iis rejection .immediately set off a search for new ways to finance the first-year budget. Defeat of the controversial bill came in a 21-12 vote tak- en after nearly four hours of heated debate. The tally also provided a surprise. Sen. Davis Donnelly, an Ea-j C'.aire bolted party L.p.es :o vKe He cec'.i-ed to explain his aciion bur "nforrs-.ed sources hLs luenis had voiced strong l.on :o Uic proposal- Program Keyed to Plan Scrapping o: :he income ".ex colleet.or. plan, on which -Tisny 01 the governor's appropriaiioa hinged, is expecrea to have a ide-ranging effect on Xelsoa's program. Figures re.essed last week by the Deparjrien: o: Bucge- and Ac- counts showed tna-; all available be subject to a SI tration fee. Another would require owners to provide one life server for each passenger and a year regis-! Under adverse examination a loan to the governor's office, draft- TX- i i t r'ed the measure. He estimated ago, Clarence Diel, clerk HOt ttttt per cent. Among PITTSBURGH (AP) Top officers of the United j of America set off today for a tour of mill- it to "fill in rank-and-file members on the two-day-old firm's over-all strike. of fine papers about 15 to 20. There was no indication of an early break in the walk-. r Jout of 500.000 Steehvorkers. As union and management marked time, the items planned fti walkout spawned growing unemployment in other areas of the The Assembly, in aoproving range improvements, and si-..______________________'nation'.; wnnomv contract was maae Marcti Senate changeiready completed, are .nations cconomj. the met as a commit-, A practical joke may cause the new agency from shift-1finishing, shipping and warehous-j _. jmg at the Nekoosa mitt: the re-ill SrinfA {building or the No. 3 machine: ad-; III before boarding a crait in contended that special meetings; Idition of a chlorine dioxide to1 Hoaghton, 31, 440 Mffler Ave., to; search of violations. 'can be called without public no-' ot a cmonne dioxiae ,o spend the next three vears in tbei Sen. WBUiam TrlaSe (R-Lake tice and can be closed to the pub-! the bill's in accordance with, custom. state prison. Jheaded the interim study group! Died testified that Mrs. Mayer; Houghton and a fnend, Howardwjljch drafted recodified notified that the contract' "Walker, 52, Rt. 2. were drivingiing law. Iwould not be renewed by a toward Wisconsin Rapids a short] The Assembly was thrown into'signed fay himself and delivered toj MADISON package _ _-------------------_ oamuii uie squire state conservation commis-j tee without puolic notice and with-. foe-departmental funds Ision officials to show "reasonable, cut any minutes being taken. Diel; Mental Health Bills President David J. McDonald of- Shed Thief Bungles Job To the would-be thief who tried to break into Donald Keller's the planned to tpar Beetle- shed on Boles St. sometime dur- of a paper machine at the! RCWOfd i Potsdam mill and erection of aj fbleach plant and installation of a! MILWAUKEE 'AP) T 'bofler there; and greatly expanded waakee boys and an J r gj tfce aJOIJS SeVe., BOV inem, other areas dar-1 ing the weekend. Vice President Howard R (Hague was scheduled to -Three Mil- Chicago and Calumet. and j.ng trie past You had belter take a refresh- er course on your burglarizing technique. You must have a '.vide assortment of for ihc one you used worked very Babcocfc eariva six-hour Th Wednesday morning. They and when a pickup truck approach-j ed Houghton collapsed in the______ die of the road, claiming to under been struck by a car. ithose using less than eight horse-i Claims Notice Invalid Tne driver of the tnick was ask-.power motors Another vvouldj AUgging in the complaint that Madison Canacfo- would to ed to summon an ambulance, treed crait irom tne personai.she did not receive .-a valid no_ stead he called the sheriffs office properly tax. itice of V3lid actioa of two Sen- TJndersheriff Donald Caylor inter- The five dissenters are board that her contract- ,i to cepted the pair two miles west of Lenbke JD-West Ben not be renewed for the en- dearing pulping processes. Seasick Rhino irrass you inserted the Key the door was unlocked. By the time you com- pleted your v.ork, s'miu'n the   negotiators One consolation ation of the reward contributed meet with Kjnnepan Monday hap no key to the lock. by an industrial firm shortly aft- rnorr.ins w.th the union scheduled Now he can': get in. er littie Ben was lured into a car to meet w.th ;n the afternoon. April 4 by sex deviate Harold of anemp'-oj-ment have for Givinq McLaughlin. who molested the sprirns up ana ozl'.y in 'money for first year ''has been appropriated. Any new i spending buls passed would re- squire raising of additional reve- nue from oiher sources. Even a last ditch, nth hour maneuver by Sen. Henry Maier. Democratic floorleader. failed to save the governor's bill. Slater of- fered an amendment proposing a 100 per cent forgiveness feature. It was rejected oienvhelnitssly. Earlier. Maier tossed in another amendment that would ha-, e in- creased tna b-ii's jfes- from 25 to 35 per cent. in-S 'would have reduced the resultant windfall to 13 Of this. II mirLon wo-Id ha'.e cone to tr-e state the remainder to ir.tt- Original Features The withholding bill, as crigiaal- ly draitea. would haxe brought, an ,SS miliiop. coliar -racial, cae :o accelerated tax collections the first year under the system- Local units of were to recc'.ie 62 mill'on dollars of trie total, with the remain.ng 26 mil- lion going to the state. These figures were trirrrr.ea later 13 the ver- sion incorporntrr.g the so-, emor's forgr.cness feature. It have the str.te a 25 doJsr windfall. rr.ur-IcipaLt.es mond R. Flynn's court this mom- State coaseination and'notice of renewal or refusal of a tered votes cast against the pro- unusual problem of ing. If he is found guilty of eitner representatives of local law ea-j contract for the ensuing year on posals charge he will be charged as units would provide en- Or before April 1. If such notice is The repeater, raising his possible sen- forcement given by that date, the stat-; cleared tence to three years. A numbering system conform-'utes provide that the contract in a State "Walker pleaded guiltv {o federal regulations also'force shall be continued for the Commit; Flvnn" todav on charges" of being would be made mandatory. FaiK ensuing schooLyeaL and the teach- durii drunk in a "public place and beir.g.are of Legislature to agree on'er may notify the board of her couragement a habitual drunkard He was sen- would pat federal law into acceptance or rejection, in writ-; mental tenced to 60 cars in the county efiect aexi year in Wisconsin. not later than April 15. J The tr. i The registration fee Is not "siderea a license. Late last jAe State Sasreme Court ithat a local governmental trait caa and what her ng! and later stabbed him to Such aK.ed as con'.. Beer to beside an Ozaukee County truck. water .ron ore ?-.d Pedersen. 10: Chris Roughiy 20 000 or rj-.c-re workers and Jerry Sell. 11. each :n these industr.es t will receive Pederson re- 'died, a ported McLaaghlm's license num- in Arrested b> county p inves- by Nelson of tigating a report a beer party gathering s u 3 o r "ear the Fr.e Crcc-c ..i the needed to pass the b... -r. Ssn- tu-.vn of Saratoga ".Vecncsd.-.y nijht. ate. The forgl-.e-s Rr.yni-Vr.ci H. or, 1959 income. Work Started on Railroad Office Building in City ot __-, require licensing of water be under such a contract; for her-Baflding Commission, sne bill, The decision eliminated Ii--costs and disbursements in the Ie-' originally drawn, wos'-d censin ordinance ia Madisonjgal action and for any other ths rnosey available Idiately. of rough weather and the jcensing ordnances na ,and several other mnnicipalities. {lief the court may deera jast. Excavation was begun Wednes- Khroshchev pledges: cay for construction cf a Green Y Soviet Will Never Start War cay Bay Western Railroad boilding. to replace the depot at 1500 1st St. X. which has served since 1S73. The new buuding. estimated The remaining S525 goes to lie en's body was found. have fernale jsst would noi eat. McLa-jjhlin. -sho admitted the Each 'of the Indian rhirjos cosU crime, was committed to Central S35.000 and tbere are fewer thaa State Hospital for the Crirnfna] ;n- 400 of the species left. Tne female saae when coan psychiatrists bough; in Basel. Switzerland found him anabte to !and the 2.600 poond male at Whrp-.on a degree murder charge _ 'snade zoo. England. BoA animals are so powerful that they are crated in narrow pens which permit them only to stand ar.d down. This way they cars't get lei erase to shatter the to SOSXOWIEC. Poland (AP) Soviet Premier NikitaXapt war. We don't need war. today pledged that the Soviet Union would r station. iwer start a war against anyone, anwhere at any time.; Measuring by 5K feet, the one- He told a cheering throng of delegates at a meeting I betieve story structure is scheduled tor OJ- -Taions in this Sflesian industrial town: "I give yoa our sol-; tr, completion in October. The ester- pledge that never, never, never shall we launch any war'' 5or win be brick, in a light shade against any country anywhere at any time." of tan: aluminum windows ue sajg -Ke dj-d E0t believe wou.a used throughout, the talist countries would start war ,-__- 'Capitalism, will be air conditioned. [either bat claimed that was be-.; The plans provide for a general cause the "balance of forces'' is accounting office, separate offtc- now overwhelmingly in favor o; es for the superintendent, the Communists. master, station agent, ar.d tele-' x0 Sign of Fatignc graph operator, and room, and a records. White Bros. Xorrasn, e- 01 Rocket Explodes On Firing Pad CAPE CANAVERAL. Embittered X-Ray Pioneer Still Paying Horrible Price CHICAGO there, p'stinurn vacuum c -Jtreck of a man after 64 years Crosses tubes, used to of ?3ra and Si or.e ot _- 4 ihc first victims of radiat.ors. Ue speaks from oniy half a rfC  of the conference Wednesday in Swedish a but r.e wou.c The announcement said rocket "exploded shortly after ris-jCovenant Hospital, ing frcin the launch pad. Cause' no; have :o the in- isss. ?r the "uta Judge W. address after he canceled a sched-j "We want coexistence; we don'ti corseted h.s exper.- I was the "first one burned if be could h.ue seen the H. Getts, sse has r.o Irving reia- he said. He of i as na rockets gation after pleading guflty in of the malfunction will not be de-, radiation." he said. He ofjresa.ts. _ v- fe rockets Flynn's court Tuesday to a simflar termined until all data have been! how in 1895. as a he] "No. not wch.a.1 the nusery are beuy OTA-Sage charge of theft, IcoUecled and analyzed." i worked on the manufacture ofil've he said. fancied bj the baser Mortuary.   

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