Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 13
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I_.K, wif, rn» M.T IT. itsr INDEPENDENT--Page A. 13 County Manager Urges ,682,754 Pay Hikes LOS ANGELES (CNS)--Pay raises totalling $9,682,734 a year for 31,819 county employees were recommended Thursday by County Manager Arthur J. Will. Will asked County Supervisors to boost salaries an average 5',i Rotarians Assembled in Lucerne per cent to bring them In line »how*d 1,168 county employes with those paid In private _in clustry. The Increase would affect 26,938 workcm In Ecncrnl fund departments --financed out of regular taxes--who would receive Increases totallne J7.880,- 281. Will proposed raises of $1,802,473 for 4,883 employes In special fund departments and districts such a» flood control. Supervisors will act Tuesday on his proposal. The raises would be effective July 1. , Wilt mid LUCERNE. Switzerland W --Nearly 10,000 RoUrlans cath- fred Thursday In this Swiss lakeside resort for the 48th annual convention of Hotnry International, More than 73 countries will he represented at the five-day i convention opening Sunday. The larceit group -- about 4.000 -comes from the United States and CanaJa. I The visitors arc being housed In 223 hotels In Lucerne Itself ,| and about 40 neighboring communities. A special "house or friendship" has been prepared In the clty'i concert hall and art gallery for Rotarlans from all nations to meet In a kind of out- nUe hotel lounge for Informal exchanges of views, · · · · LUCERNE'S festival hall l» being transformed Into a 7,000. neat amphitheater for business and entertainment sessions. The huge wheel emblem of Interne- tlonal Rotary hangs at one end of the hall. The gathering of business and professional executives represent! 9,400 Rotary clubs with a membership of 442,000 In 99 countries. Its keynote will be the Intel-nationality of Rotary organizations. Erjiphasls will bo Jaid on the opportunities Ro. tarlans have In the free world In advance International under- iitandlng, peace and goodwill. , a -survey of comparable J o b B l n p r l v n l e Industry already are receiving prevailing wages and are not In line for any raises. The proposed Increases would add $24,46 per month to the paycheck of the average employe. Three quarters of the boosts would go to workers making less than $489 per month. Only two department heads were recommended for Increases. County Agricultural Commit- sloner Harold J. Ryan's salary would Increase from $13,940 to $14,832 annually while Road Commissioner Sam R. Kennedy's would be raised from $17.496 to $20.480. . Ida E. Chase Funeral to Be Saturday at 2 · .X- '"" J · Funeral for Mrs. Ida E. Chase. 73. of 210 W. 6th St.. one of the founders of the Long Bench All States Society, will be Saturday with rites at 2 p.m. In Pllday Chapel. The Rev. Orval Awerkamp will officiate. Entombment will be in Sunnysldc Mausoleum. Mrs. Chase, who died Wednesday at her home, had lived here 23 years, having come here from Madison, WIs, She was a member of the Wisconsin Slate Society. Good Shepherd Society and African Violet Society, Surviving are husband, Edward L.; sister. Miss Judy B. Zahn; brother, Charles A. Zahn. Congressm'n Asks ~ 'Depletion' Credit on Athlete's Tax WASHINGTON t'H) -- Rep. Alfred E. Santangelo D-NV) Introduced today a bill to give pro athletes 13 per cent deduc- tlon In figuring their Income for tax purposes. He snld the average span of an athlete's sports life it only seven years. "The Income producing potential of persons other than athletes Increases with age," he said, "whereas the potential of athletes decreases with age. Inasmuch as our tax laws recognize depletion of oil, gas wells, and minerals, simple Justice re- qulrci that « depletion of human resources shall also be recognized." 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