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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Austin, Minnesota Big Omaha Plant idled i a Austin daily Herald established Imi Vot. Xxiv no. 165 Austin Minn., saturday May 22. 1965 single copy 10c 14 pages legislature nears close intends to beat deadline Cudahy packing company s firm decided to close it. The gotten out of the red. Both Pic highly automated and Onee bus Plant built four years ago at a Tures were taken in the same thing below Omaha Plant was Cost of $4.5 million has never department. A wire photo Idle this week above after the negroes attack beat policeman who arrested suspect in robbery new York a angry negroes twice attacked a White patrolman Friday night and both times freed a negro youth he had accused of breaking into a furniture store. A puerto rican grocer who tried to help the patrolman was critically stabbed. Early today three More policemen were injured in a free for All sequel at the Home of relatives of a youth being held As a result of the disorder. Two men and a woman were taken into custody there. How trouble began the trouble erupted shortly alter 9 . Near the 174th Street station of the third Avenue subway line in the Bronx la is an elevated station in a pre dominantly negro and puerto rican residential area where a similar incident occurred four years ago. Police gave this description of the events from the station platform patrolman Philip Siegel. 43, assigned to overtime duty As part of the City a crackdown on subway crime spotted two youths breaking into a furniture store. He chased and collared one. Crowd meets him a crowd of 50 negroes met him Back at the store and demanded a let him go let him go a a when Siegel refused he was knocked Down by a blow on the head from behind. The patrolman got up. Fired a warning shot and chased and recaptured the youth. The crowd now numbering 200, again confronted Siegel and the now handcuffed youth. The men rushed Siegel kicking and slugging him to the ground. The soft drink bottle smashed Down on the patrolman a hand knocking his Nightstick from it. In the struggle. The youth ran away. Storekeeper Enrique Negron 56, and seven friends came from his grocery to Aid Siegel but Negron was stabbed. Policemen subsequently arrested Eddie Collins 18. A negro and booked him on charges of felonious by assaulting a policeman and interfering with an arrest. Failure of tax Reform for state proves disappointing to citizens by the associated press tax Reform met a painful political death in the Minnesota legislature and the postmortem May find lawmakers wincing As the session rushed toward a Midnight deadline it appeared certain the record state budget would be financed largely by a boost in income taxes. A while there is wide disagreement on the form the state tax Structure should take you Don t have to go far to find someone who will Tell you the things lie objects to most is a boost in his income tax. Hot and cold the alternatives a a sales tax on new cars a general sales tax or some comprehensive tax to replace property taxes and raise new revenues a run hot and cold with the Man on the Street. Or. Truman Wood of the political science department at Mankato state College advocates Reform under a comprehensive tax. Adding that a the Nice thing about a sales tax is you bleed to death slowly instead of massive Eugene Crouch a Mahtomedi Baker said he so in favor of any new tax As Long As they overhaul our present government a trouble explained Crouch added that a the biggest trouble in our state is too Many politicians and not enough intelligent a St. Paul attorney said he would like to see a tax that does no to stifle investment and leaves the consumer with enough liquid dollars to keep the Economy going. But he had reservations about the Legislatures ability to come up with this referring to the session As a a studied state of a St. Paul housewife mrs. Carla Siefert said that while the lawmakers recognize need for Reform a they Are confused about correcting present tax Structure and they seem to be totally confused among mrs. Siefert said she favors a 32 per cent sales tax that would supplement the present property and income tax and a eliminate the Large corporate income tax which is just burning out Many state Alfred Mazion. A South St. Paul office worker said he is opposed to even a one per cent sales tax a because like Many tax Reform continued on Page to news briefs Stoltz gets sentence on charge Owatonna. Minn. Reynold w Stoltz. 51. Former Blooming Prairie municipal utilities superintendent was sentenced in Steele county District court Here Friday to up to 5 years. He had pleaded guilty to a charge of presenting a false claim to a Public body. Dist. Judge John f. Cahill Owatonna sentenced Stoltz to the maximum time allowed. R. A. Coter Austin attorney represented Stoltz. The charge on which s t o Ltd was indicted by a grand jury stemmed from the state Public examiners probe of the utilities operation. Stoltz. An la a year Blooming Prairie resident was taken in custody by Bernard Coufal Steele county sheriff following the sentencing. Five Blooming Prairie residents. Including Stoltze wife and daughter had appeared in Stoltz behalf prior to the sentencing. Or John f. Fischer Rev. Theodore Vinger pastor of first lutheran Church and Victor Krejci. Blooming Prairie times publisher also testified. A statement released by Loren Bart a. Steele county attorney after sentencing read a fall persons accused of criminal acts by the Steele county grand jury and by complaint of the state officer of the Public examiner now stand convicted upon felony charges and have received sentence of the Steele county District court. Accordingly the matter is now regarded As closed by this two other indictments embezzlement and wrong u i i y securing Public property a r e still pending against Stoltz. A fourth indictment embezzlement has been dismissed. Action on these May be dropped. Queen Elizabeth rests in Germany Salem. Germany apr Queen Elizabeth la of England interrupted her state visit to Germany today for a rest and private visit with her German relatives at Salem Castle. Ready to set clocks ahead St. Paul a Minnesota clocks officially move ahead one hour at 2 sunday when the state goes on Daylight saving time. Legal fast time quiets at least until fall the twin cities time difference dispute. St. Paul was among two dozen Minnesota communities that went on Daylight saving time ahead of schedule. Minneapolis does no to turn its clocks ahead until 2 . Sunday. Sheriffs office county jail not certain tax Bills to raise needed funds begins 5-year term Owatonna Minn. A Reynold Stoltz Blooming p r a i Rie walks toward the Steele county jail Friday afternoon following sentencing in District court terminate sentence in still a Lle will leave monday or tues ter prison. Owatonna people s Day to begin serving his inde press photo big question what will governor do on reapportionment measure by Adolph Johnson. St. Paul a a big question Mark Hung Over the Minnesota legislature As it neared the close of its 1965 session. The question what will gov. Karl Rolvaag do about the legislative reapportionment Hill the Compromise Bill worked out by the conference committee was described by liberals As a narrow partisan ruthless gerrymandering in debate which preceded its approval. Some liberals predicted the governor would veto it. This could mean a test in the state supreme court and it could mean a special session. Might allow it others among the governor s supporters suggested he might allow the Bill to become Law without his signature. The plan moves 5 Senate seats and to House seats from Rural to Urban areas to match population shifts. During its final week the legislature completed or neared tidal action on appropriations Bills totalling about $780 million. Largest single Bill and among those awaiting the governor s signature was the $503 million education Lull. Before a conference committee were House and Senate ver Sions of an income tax Bill estimated to raise $51.5 million Dur Al ing the next two years amount originally estimated As sufficient to balance the budget. Governor continued on Page to St. Paul apr this was the ast work Day of Minnesota a legislature and majority Leader Aubrey Dirlam said the chances of the session ending As scheduled tonight look a pretty Dirlam was asked by minority Leader Fred Cina As the House closed operations Friday night if the legislature would end on time and made that comment. He also added a the tax conference committee is still out and so is the conference committee on the state department Bill but the welfare Compromise will come up today and the situation appears Well in Midnight tonight is the deadline to pass Bills and adjournment is monday. Taxes big problem the tax group held two meetings Friday and scheduled another today but its members declined to discuss what had transpired. There were reports that the committee had been Given two sets of figures to work with. One set indicated the need for $7.5 to $10 million in new Money in addition to the $51.5 million expected from the income tax Bill already approved by the House and Senate. The other figures reportedly indicated that the income tax Bill would be adequate to meet Revenue needs. Extra tax rate the lawmakers had been confident the $51.5 million Bill would be adequate. This Bill would tap individual taxpayers for an extra $30 million in the next two years by raising tax rates. The 10-Man conference committee All conservatives is Friendly to the sales tax concept hut none would say if any attempt would be made on the last Day to hand gov. Karl Rolvaag a sales tax despite his threat of a veto. Rolvaag said last week he would veto any sales tax Bill. In what could be the last work on Daylight saving time during the 1965 legislature the House general legislation committee late Friday voted Down two proposals. The Rural dominated committee thus continued the same course it had pursued All session. No legislation on fast time has come close to getting out of committee. Driver Bill approved the so called Driver improvement clinic Bill was approved by the Senate Friday and sent to the governor. It would authorize municipalities to establish clinics to which motorists could be sent after being charged with Law violations. Both House and Senate approved the conference version of the Highway department administration and building Bill and sent it to the governor. The Bill Calls for total spending in the next two years of $24.1 million. The House also completed action on the $2.7 million sem state activities appropriations Bill and sent it to the governor. Quot ceremonial building also sent to the governor was a Bill authorizing acceptance by the state of a Summit ave. Mansion in St. Paul As a state a ceremonial building and governors residence. The Bill passed the Senate 38-19, with tax Bills continued on Page to Here s status of tax Bills St. Paul a Here is the status of major Money Bills As the Minnesota legislature Heads into its final Bill passing Day 1964-65 gov. Final millions of dollars. Semi state $2.7 $2.4 $2.7 state depts. 73.9 91.0 x welfare 144.3 1.76.8 170.4 education 414.5 515.0 5.03.1 Highway 19.9 25.4 24.1 totals 655.4 810.9 a a House Bill totalled $80.8 million Senate Bill $83 million. Headon crash kills 4, shears cars to pieces a stinites escape fire in Detroit hotel Friday Mohall n i a four persons were killed and two cars sheared in pieces in a near head on crash nine Miles East of Here Friday. Dead Are Roy Willard about 70, of Mem Ceni. Gerald b. Typpi 22. An airman 2.c. At Minot air Force from Villa Park 111. Clifford l. Feathery 26. Glendale Heights 111. Debra Featherly 4. Daughter of Featherly. Injured Anc list in Good condition in a Minot Hospital Are mrs. Typpi 19, a Bride of one and week. Mrs. Featherly 24, her 7-month-old son David. Mrs. Willard 62, was hospitalized at Bottineau in fair condition. The Highway patrol said the crash occurred about 5 30 . On a straight stretch of . 5 in Bright sunshiny weather. The scene is about 37 Miles North of Minot in North Central North Dakota. Or. And mrs. Featherly and their children were passengers Iii the car with the Tappis and Typpi was driving. Mrs. Willard was a passenger in the car driven by her husband. Three a stinites were among almost 1.000 routed from bed Early Friday when fire broke out on the 8th floor of the Slatier Hilton hotel in downtown Detroit. Curtis Kraby of cres thav e n addition his daughter Sharon 16, and her Friend Linda Owens daughter of or. And mrs. Wandell Owens 2104 Oak i and ave. A left their 14th floor rooms with Only their night clothes. Left Here thursday Kraby was in Detroit on business. He left the Austin Airport at 8 30 ., thursday and took Sharon and Linda along for the trip. Sharon recently soloed and helped her dad navigate. Joseph Kennedy Routs the virus Hyannis port. Mass. Apr former ambassador Joseph p. Kennedy has recovered from what his family called a mild indisposition linked to a virus infection. The 76-Ycar-old head of the Kennedy clan became weak from coughing Friday and his physician a or. Robert d. Watt of Hyannis a spent 20 minutes with him. Kennedy a Niece a miss Ann Gargan vrho has been at his Side most of the time Rince the stroke that partially paralysed him several years ago was summoned Back to Hyannis port from Lowell where she was attending a memorial mass or her parents. Miss Gargan said Kennedy had improved. 3 soldiers slain in Venezuela Maracaibo Venezuela apr three soldiers were killed and 17 wounded Early today in an ambush by guerrillas at hum Caro Alto in the Western state of Lara. Seek to extend dominican truce Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr the United nations sought today to extend the 24-hour truce in the dominican Republic into a lasting cease fire. Before the shooting stopped at noon Friday the military situation had developed into a stand off Between the two warring factions. This made diplomats optimistic on the cease fire prospects. Humphrey newest scout new York apr a Well gee i m just delighted Quot said the nation s newest girl scout vice president Hubert h. Humphrey. A just wait until i Tell the president about the vice president Here for speaking engagements was sworn in Friday during a one hour tour of National girl scout Headquarters. To try another rocket today Cape Kennedy Fla. Apr another attempt was planned today to rocket a project fire spacecraft Over a fiery ballistic course to study the heat which will scorch manned ships returning from the Moon. No planes lost in Viet Nam no planes were reported lost in today a series of ail St likes which began with Small scale Navy reconnaissance raids shortly after Midnight and ended with the mass assault on Quang Soui Barracks Early this afternoon. Forty , air Force f105 thunderchief bombers struck the Quang Soui Barracks escorted by 50 support jets. State pc convention arrivals delegates from All Over the state Are arriving for the knights of Columbus state convention this weekend. On the left mrs. E. L. Guts Henritter Howard Masterson and or. Guts Henritter from Virginia arrive by car. Center Are a. D. Holland and Denver daily from Austin. On the right Tom Waldron of Glencoe. Jack 0�?~-Hehir of Duluth state 4th de Gree master and la. Hogan of Austin discuss the upcoming program. The business session begins today at to am. In Queen of Angels auditorium. The Alt Vernoon session following lunch begins at 1 15 . The banquet begins at 7 15 . An open House at the Austin pc Hall follows. Sunday the delegates will March from the Holiday inn at 7 45 To mass at St. Augustine Church at 8 15 Breakfast at the Church is at 9 Followed by a business session at to Kraby called his wife Friday night and assured her everything had turned out All right except for losing a nights sleep. Rescued by firemen Kraby said they were routed from their Beds by the hotel management and had to leave via the 14th floor fire escape and were rescued by Detroit firemen. The associated press reported eight firemen suffered Burns were injured or overcome by smoke. None of the 1,000 guests including some of the worlds wealthiest men were injured. Many were in Detroit for a general motors Stockho i d ers meeting Friday which Kraby a rambler dealer obvious i y Wasny to going to attend. Left without Luggage Kraby said guests had to leave without their Luggage. Kraby is flying Home today if weather permits from South Bend. Iud., where the Trio stopped for a peaceful nights rest. A a in a exhausted a he told h i s wife. Firemen said the Blaze began possibly from a smolder i n g cigarette on a food Dolly in a service area on the 8th floor. It spread upward into other service areas of the 15th-Story hotel. These areas 60 by 20 feet have corridor connecting fire doors which were shut and prevented outward spread. The first alarm was sounded at 2 07 And 150 firemen had the fire under control by 3 am. Weather occasionally Cloudy tonight and sunday scattered showers Likely sunday High today 60-65 Low tonight 48-52. Outlook monday temperatures above Normal. 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