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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 15, 1959, Racine, Wisconsin The mine journal times vol. 29, no. 47. Racine wis., sunday March 15, 1959 82 pages-5 sections-15 cents will seek withholding tax gov. Nelson to ask legislature to adopt new Revenue system can t assume Russ won t try War Fulbright the Best from american heritage   Washington up the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee said saturday night it is premature for anyone to assume the russians won t Start a War Over Berlin. " sen. J. William Fulbright dark also said the . Should be willing to hold Summit conferences on Berlin and other issues instead of insisting on meetings at the foreign ministers level. He supported the idea of meetings of president Eisenhower with soviet Premier Khrushchev and other Heads of state. No second Man we have to accept the fact that in Russia there in t any second most important Man Fulbright said. It s just the most important Man. To them a foreign ministers conference is rather a waste of time because Khrushchev Speaks for All of Fulbright told sen. George Smathers a Fla in a radio to program that the Berlin crisis is a serious probing by the russians that May Lead to very rough tactics by the communists. I think we ought to assume that they May go very far Fulbright said. " if things Don t go Well it could result in the use of Force and if that Ever happens even on a minor scale it would be extremely difficult to limit he added. Very serious i regret the Assumption that Many people make that there s going to be no War. I think that s premature. I say it s a very serious situation. Fulbright said the country must support the president in his determination not to yield one Inch on Berlin. But he said he thinks Eisenhower spoke in the sense we will not give one Inch on Berlin unless there Are concessions on the other Side that would justify it. If a free corridor could be established free of any inspection and with a Complete line of Access to Berlin coupled with some form of International control of Berlin i think that might be an offer very seriously to be considered Fulbright said. Predict Accord meanwhile informed sour Ces in Washington predicted Eisenhower and prime minis Ter Macmillan of Britain seem Likely to reach Broad agree ment Here this week on proposals for negotiating with the soviet Union on German problems. Macmillan according to and Vance information will urge Eisenhower to agree to attend a Summit conference with Khrushchev in Midsummer even if a preliminary foreign ministers meeting fails. Despite reservations Eisen Hower May give at least Tenta live assent since he is under stood to regard a Summit ses Sion As probably inevitable. Moscov radio saturday night accused West Germany Chan cellar Adenauer of trying to dissuade Macmillan from seek ing Summit talks. Bomb scare closes London rail station London a a bomb scare shut Down Charing Cross station in the heart of Lon Don for 50 minutes saturday night. Police searched found Noth ing and Laid the Call was Riley s fight deserters for Mexico scheme to of off track bets fizzles in . Editor s note a disgruntled irishman soldering under american army discipline joined the mexicans Over a Hundred years ago to create a battalion in the name of St. Patrick. But the san Patroclos were overwhelmed in a violent Battle and their survivors condemned either to hard labor or to the Gallows by Fairfax Downey in the 5 the u. S. Infantry stationed with general Zach Ary Taylor s army on the mexican Border in 1846, sergeant John Riley was rated a Good Soldier. Before his present duty he had served As a Drill master for the corps of cadets at West Point which demanded High competence. Such was Riley s ability that he was in line for a lieutenant s con Mission and rising rom. A the ranks was rare at that period. He had Only one apparent fault a grave one. He could enforce Dis Lihe but found it hard to take. Soon after a rear Inland rom his Captain for disobedience of orders the smolder no Riley asked for a pass to attend mass. He never reported Back. The american army Fiad lost an Able infantry sergeant. Mexico and general Santa Anna would gain a top artillery commander. Riley joined the Stream of deserters crossing Over to the mexicans defections causing Zach Taylor considerable con included others of the numerous foreign born Many of them recent immigrants who wore the Blu Irish German English French polish. The mexican govern rent had assiduously been urging All of doubtful loyalty or otherwise disaffected to abandon their unholy cause and become peaceful mexican Citi bounties and land Grants of 320 acres rising with the deserter s rank were promised rewards. Impetus was added by harsh discipline in units of the u. S. Army where flogging was Legal. Riley like Many other irishmen May Well have been irked by the Strong anti Irish sentiment then prevalent in the United states. Former comrades jeer but he and others who deserted before and after the commencement of hostilities also met with contemptuous treatment in Mexico at first. This was wartime and peaceful mexican a citizens were not desired. It was when the former sergeant organized his fellow turncoat into the san Patricio battalion ready to fight for their adopted country that they began to win respect. The san Patroclos also were called the Colorado or red company because Many of them were red headed. Though they carried a Banner blazoned on one Side with a figure of St. Patrick and on the other with a Harp and the arms of Mexico Only a portion was Irish or roman Catholic. They were composed of half a dozen nationalities besides native americans. The san Patricios manned turn to Page 8, col. 1 Albany . New York City s proposal to raise Money by legalizing and taxing off track betting on horse races is dead mayor Robert f. Wagner conceded saturday. The plan would need approval of the state s Republic a n c o a trued legislature whose leaders had opposed it publicly. Admits defeat the democratic mayor admitted defeat after a 214-hour conference with gop governor Nelson a. Rockefeller and legislative leaders of both parties. Joseph Carlono Leader of the Republican majority in the state Assembly said the proposal was rejected on the grounds that indiscriminate encouragement of b e 11 i n g would have an Adverse effect on the average family the facts did not Bear out its arguments it Yould eliminate Book makers or produce As much Revenue As its backers pre dieted. Would begin deducting from payrolls sept. 1 Journ a Tolmei photo mrs. Sylvia Hartl places a tissue paper ice which she made saturday to celebrate hawaiian statehood around the neck of her husband John. She is wearing n hawaiian Muu Muu a Loose fitting Long dress which is common casual attire for women on the islands. Hawaiian Victory shared in Racine $157 million Gap Wagner is struggling to close a $157 million Gap Between the City s estimated Revenue and its $2 billion budget. He said he had presented to the state officials two new plans for raising City revenues a Stock Transfer tax and an increase in the Gross business receipts tax. He estimated these would yield an additional $81 million annually. Already before the Legisla Ture Are six measures aimed at raising $69"/z million additional for the City. Renegade u. S. Soldier John i Leaf and the mexicans assaulted another Irish led Battery that of John Paul Jones o Brien at the bloody Battle of Buena Vista. But american Gen. Zachary Taylor routed the mexicans and their turncoat allies. A 19-year-old Racine Bride Felt like turning cartwheels when Congress approved the hawaiian statehood Bill. This More than usual interest because mrs. Sylvia Hartl of 1627 state St., grew up in Hawaii and along with most residents of the Island to her statehood has Long been an All important goal. Mrs. Hartl and her 21-year-old husband John who is the son of or. And mrs. Henry f. Hartl. Of 2644 Pavilion rd., met last summer at the Racine theater Guild. Mrs. Hartl who was then Sylvia Hermann was visiting at the Home of a Cousin Walter Hoerman of 4930 James ave. The pair was married nov. 15 and since then Sylvia has so enthused her husband with stories of Hawaii that they have planned to move there within the next five or six years. I would have Given my Eye Teeth to have been Back in Honolulu for the big Celebration mrs. Hartl said. I was so excited and thrilled i Felt like turning a Friend of Sylvia a Jane Kuwata miss Cherry bios som of Hawaii was one of the three pretty Rawlian girls who were pictured at the Beach at Honolulu on Page one of Friday s Racine journal times. Father is professor the Young Racine wife s parents or. And mrs. Bern hard Hoermann moved from Chicago to Honolulu when she was Only a few months old. Her father a native of water town wis., also grew up in Hawaii his father having been a lutheran pastor there. After completing his studies at the University of Chicago her father returned to the islands As a professor of sociology at the University of Honolulu a position he still holds. After she was graduated from High school. Sylvia came to the United states to attend Hiram Ohio College and major in drama. During her first summer Here she met her husband and decided to give up a College career in favor of marriage. Mrs. Hartl had the starring role in the theater Guild s presentation of thieves carnival last summer and both she and her husband appeared in the Guild s latest production Cyrano de gov. Gaylord Nelson night he will ask the legislature to adopt a withholding plan for collection of state income taxes. A Republican controlled Senate is seen As its main obstacle. Final of a Bill to put the system into effect has not been completed. The Bill is expected to be introduced n the democratic controlled Assembly this week. State sen. Lynn Stalbaum Democrat of Racine has drafted a state withholding tax Bill which he submitted to Nelson for study two weeks ago. Stallbaum is the Only Senate Democrat on the joint finance committee. Similar proposal Stalbaum s proposal is similar to the one offered by Nelson. Under the plan described by the governor saturday paycheck deductions would begin sept. I. The plan would tap an estimated 250,000 new taxpayers. Nelson said and raise an additional $2,800,000 a year without increasing rates. Nelson said several Days ago he would recommend the plan if administrative obstacles could be overcome. The system would follow the general pattern in effect since 1943 for collection of Federal income taxes. Self employed persons and corporations would file quarterly estimates and refunds would be handled As they Are in the Federal system. Would receive statement the employer would withhold an amount from each employee s paycheck and Send it report iraqi jets raid Syria Cairo Egypt a a United Arab Republic military spokesman said three iraqi Jet planes carried out a machine gun rocket attack saturday about six Miles inside syrian territory. The sem official Middle East news Agency quoted the spokes Man of the . Is syrian army As saying the planes damaged a vehicle. No mention was made of casual leg the statement distributed Here said three iraqi fury aircraft attacked syrian frontiers. The iraqi planes penetrated 10 Kilometres six Miles inside syrian territory at tacked and Dah aged an Loo lated Arab car. Using rockets and machine guns the spoken Man said. Earlier a radio Damascus broadcast Beard in London Vaud iraqi planes had attacked a Village about six Niles inside syrian territory. Relations Between Iraq and Syria have worsened since the government of Iraq Prennier Abdel Karim Kassem put in this Section local news pages 6, 7 14 late Telegraph news pages 2, 3, 4, 8, 10 Down a revolt in the Northern iraqi City of Mosul Early this week. Meanwhile . President Nasser denounced communism in a speech saturday for the fourth Day in a Row. Speaking to syrian troops on Maneu vers Nasser warned that a communist seizure of Power would mean a red dictator ship and would crush our patriotism and suon Bocol birder joined but healthy a Krill is Penguin secret new York a a Penguin no Genius is a Clumsy Bird that does t even know How to Fly. But a Brooklyn scientist said saturday the Penguin has a health secret that could Benefit Oil Mankind. Or. Paul r. Burkholder czechs produce 2 . Spies Prague Czechoslovakia Security police called i news conference and introduced two women saturday who said they were sent Here to spy for the u. S. The women identified themselves As Ludmilla Vogel and Cora Strauch and said they were West germans. They were brought before a group of sports writers Here covering the ice hockey world championships. Both women said they were by the american counter intelligence corps to come to Czechoslovakia on the pretext of watching the matches of the West German ice hockey team. They said they were told to spy on military installations and were promised unspecified sums for their information on their return. 50, research director at the Brooklyn botanic Garden said he found that penguins eat a lot of run Krill a Small shrimp about an Inch Long numbered in the billions in Antarctic Waters. The scientist made this discovery after extended studies of penguins in the Palmer Peninsula area of the Antarctic some 800 Miles South of the Southern tip of South America. The Krill eats plenty of Green alga called Halo Sph arca. Which abounds in Antarctic Waters. And this alga has distinctive anti a Lotic properties. As a result or. Burk Holder added penguins digestive tracts Are surprisingly free of bacteria. So far As is known said the scientist no other Crea Ture including Man can make that claim. In to the Wisconsin tax department. The employee would receive a year end statement showing state income taxes withheld and this amount would be credited against his actual tax As computed by the taxpayer on his state tax return. The system in addition to raising new Revenue would provide a $78 million Windfall with $54 million earmarked for distribution to local units of government. The Windfall results when immediate tax collections through withholding overlap delayed tax collections. Nelson said the Windfall would bring an additional three quarters of a year s regular income tax distribution to local communities. It would increase Green Bay s distribution from $1,250,000 to $2,035,000 and Milwaukee s from $17 million to $29 million. Democratic lawmakers feel the Windfall for local communities is the feature that will attract enough reluctant republicans to get it through the Senate. Their strategy also Calls for bringing the Bill up for debate around april 15 when Wisconsin taxpayers Are mailing checks with their 1958 state tax returns. Democrats Are on record in their 1958 platform to consider withholding As a Way to make payment the Republican platform does not mention withholding. Besides sen. Stalbaum assemblyman franc Schaeffer a Milwaukee has had a withholding plan bin prepared for Intro Ducolon. Administration charges some of the extra Revenue the plan would raise. Nelson said would be offset by the estimated $650,000 a year Cost of administration. Nelson said the withholding plan has been popular in other states because it eases the Overall tax Burden on those who pay by extracting income taxes rom those who fail to pay voluntarily. It is estimated he said that As Many As 250,000 fall into this category in Wisconsin. He said this category includes those who simply Don t file who work in Wisconsin but live in another sate who move into the state and move out during the year and who owe Back taxes but can t pay because of ill health or retirement. About i i million returns Are expected for payment of 1958 taxes. Used in 19 states some Type of withholding plan is now used in 19 of the turn to Page 2, col. I Auto Accident injures 4 persons in Uptown four persons were injured saturday night shortly before Midnight in an automobile Accident at 12th Street and Washington Avenue near the up town business District. The names of the injured who were hospitalized were not Avail ble Racine area weather Audi or much to it Cloudy Windy and turn ing colder with occasional Snow flurries today. Partly Cloudy with diminishing winds tonight. Monday partly Cloudy and Lite change in temperature. High today Low sos and Low tonight about 20. Elsewhere w Wisconsin Cloudy Windy and colder today with Snow diminishing to flurries. Considerable blowing and Drifting Snow causing hazardous driving conditions Central and shut to por Uona

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