The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 17
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TRAYS HI-HO - LAP TYPE IMPORTED REGULAR $1.58 VALUE 2 for SPARK PLUGS tfarcon Dual Fire Spark Plugs For Quicker, Surer Starts, Better Gas Economy. Regular 79c Each 2 For DISH PAN Regularly T.I9 Nine-quart white porcelain enamel pan with red trim. Seamless. - I9-3M» Copper Accents 9t'$ fhe d/neffe valve of the year! Gold flecked Melamine table with self* storing leaf extends from 36x54" to 72", Blue, grey or yellow top, 6 two- tone chairs in washable Duran plastic, JO-3740-4J Regular Lilt 169.95 1.40 Ptr Wt«k, Payable Month!/ ALWAYS BETTER BUYS At G AM B1E S Cfje ^Igotta tipper 3ies! ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1959 VOL. 96 - NO. S Liquor Referendum Legislofive Headache Statehouse News Digest (Weekly news release of the Iowa Press Association. The material contained here* in does not necessarily conform to the editorial policy of this newspaper.) * * * GOVERNOR'S BUDGET — Governor Herscliel C. Loveless has recommended n stole budget of $169 million for each of the next two fiscal years — on increase of 18.6 per cent or over $2(5 million. Approximately $10 million a year of the increase would be for capital improvements at the state institution!) and could be taken from tho surplus in the slate's general fund. Loveless says the record budget of $160 million annually could be met by minor changes in the lax structure and would not require any major tax increases. The governor said approximately $6 million a year in additional revenue would be needed to avoid deficit spending nnd recommended four separate pron posals which could bring in from live to eight million dollars ;i year . His proposals included increasing the cigarette tax from three Lo four cents a package; increasing the slate individual income lax from its presenl 75 to either 80 or 90 per cent of the full 100 per cent rate; and increasing the corporation lax from Iwo to three per cenl, or a Ihree factor allocation formula of laxation for corporation. • • • PROPOSED LEGISLATION — Legislators have been introducing bills at the 58th General Assembly nt n feverish pace Sonio of those proposnls include: County Mergers — To permit two or more counties to consolidate, or to merge their county offices. The hill offered by Senator D. C. Nolan (R), Iowa City nnd four oilier scnntors would permit 2, r > per cent of the voters of ench county to present to the hoard of supervisors j! petition asking for an election on whether or not one or more counties should ho merged. After the petitions were presented the boards of supervisors of the affected counties would be required to call on election. Interim Report — The legislature's interim committee on budget and financial control has suggested that lowans be required to pay a yearly fee for visiting state parks. This was one of 22 recommendations made by the committee to the legislature. Other recommendations included increased use of prison labor in stale parks, a tax on fire insurance premiums to help defray cost of fire inspections, licensing of boats ut so much per horsepower, and continuation of n full- time program of psychiatric treatment for prisoners at the state reformatory nt Anamosa. Utility tax — To change the method of taxing electric power plants. It would remold the pie of utilities' taxes to give some towns, school districts and counties a larger cut and some a smaller cut. Fluoridation — To give the voters of a city the power to force a referendum on the question of fluoridolion of public water supplies. Liquor - by - the - drink — An amendment has been filed for a simplified question for the proposed state-wide vole on the sale of liquor by the drink. The bill and amendment were filed by Rep. Howard Reppert, Polk county, to hold before April 1 a state SDAYS SPECIAL FRIDAY - SATURDAY ONLY, FEB. 6-7 * TOP GRADE VA IN. PS£ ADDER ROLLS REGULAR 30c EACH 4 for $1 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. Across From New City Parking Lot In Algona wide referendum for the guidance of the legislature. The amendment adds this sentence on the proposed ballot question; "Would you favor a measure to sell alcho- lie liquor by the drink?" (A local- option bill has also been filed in the House.) August Vote — To change the date of the state primary elections from first Monday in June to the first in August. This would shorten the campaign period preceding the general election from five months to three. Legalize Bingo — To amend the state constitution to legalize bingo games conducted by charitable and religious organizations. * * * REPUBLICAN CONFAB — Republican National Chairman Meade Alcorn presented a nina point program to the 150 member Republican National Committee which met in Des Moines. Alcorn's program called for recuirt- menl of two million additional precinct workers by September of 1960 and establishment of com- • millees and conferences to secure men and money on the GOP side, Alcorn also proposed sponsoring a series of weekly Republican telecasts costing in the neighborhood of a million dollars annually and the publication of a monthly Republican magazine. Alcorn named two special committees to explore the possibilities of a TV show and monthly magazine. The national committee also gave Alcorn^ a vote of confidence is its chairman. This came aftel Mrs Katharine Brown of Ohio assailed Alcorn's idea of "face- .ifting" the party as a mistake and a message by Barry Goldwater, Arizgna, head of the Republican Senatorial campaign committee, which asked, "Where does the party stand What are ils principles?" Goldwater made reference to a message President Eisenhower had sent earlier to the national committee. Goldwater directed a challenge to the President saying, "The elephant w}}l corne qut.pl hibernation when it knows in what direction it will.,_point its trunk." Mr Eisenhower had called upon the national 'cpfhrttitt'ea ;• to campaign the year around, stating the party must not become-• a "hibernating elephant" that came to life only at election time. ABRAHAMSON STATEMENT— State Treasurer M. L. Abrahamson has charged he is tha victim of the most vicious campaign of "slander by innuendo' that he has witnessed in 30 years in public office. Governor Herschel Loveless has named a three - member commission of certified public accountants to examine the records of the state motor vehicle fuel tax division which is under Abrahams son's jurisdiction. The action came on the heels of Abrahamson firing George March! as head of the gas tax division. Abrahamson and March! are Republicans; Loveless is a Democrat. * * * NO SHORTAGE OF SHORTS — Attorney General Norman Erbe .has launched an investigation into a widespread men's shorts and sewing machine gimmick. Over 150 women in eastern Iowa purchased sewing machines from tha Main Sewing Service. Part of the purchase agreement was that the firm was to have paid the women to sew men's shorts with the earnings applied toward payment of their' sewing' machines. Tne firm folded and the women were left with stacks and stacks of sewn shorts. 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