Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 12, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, May 12, 1965
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TWEIV8 IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 12,1965. Berry's World © 1965 by NEA, Inc. "took of ih' teen-age dude—short jacket wft/i natural thoulders an' If I lapels, tight pants with no cuffs, pointy high-heeled boats ..." Committee Recommends Cut in Spending in 3 Major Areas By DICK BARNES Associated Press Writer LANSING (AP) — The Senate Appropriations Committee recommended Monday night that state spending in three major areas be $5.5 million below Gov. George Romney's proposed 1965-66 budget. Budget bills introduced by the committee went slightly above Romney recommendations in mental health and education, but c,ut nearly $8 million from state building projects. They included a special $4.9 million boost for higher education faculty salaries. 200 Ordered to File Statements WASHINGTON (AP) — President Johnson has ordered 200 top government officials — in- cuding Cabinet members — to file statements of their financial interests with the Civil Service Commission. An executive order issued Sunday also gave the Civil Service Commission authority to require similar statements from 2,000 lesser officials. These would be filed with the heads of their agencies. The seven-page executive order which superseded several existing directives, set strict standards for 2.5 million civil servants limiting acceptance of gifts, entertainment and favors by executive branch personnel. All statements will be kept confidential and not made public. The Civil Service Commissioner or the head of a department or agency, however, will make available to the President any information they feel he should have. The order was the first directing the filing of statements by presidential appointees. Some congressional committees have asked for such information In connection with confirmation of nominees. The order does not apply to Johnson but one official said he expects the President to file a statement because "I am confident it is his intention to do everything that is required of any other employe." The financial reporting requirements will apply to key members of Johnson's staff They will decide whether their subordinates, should file statements. In issuing the directive, Johnson praised "the unusually high standard of honesty, integrity and impartiality" of govern ment employes but said: "There are some whose duties on occasion place them in difficult or awkward situations, and thus the order today lays down general guidelines and stand •rds of conduct as clearly as possible." The order provides that "no employe shall solicit or accept directly or indirectly, any gift gratuity, favor, entertainment" loan, or any other thing o monetary value, from any per sons, any corporation or group which— "(1) has, or is seeking to ob tain; contractual or other bus! nss or financial relationships with an agency; "(2) conducts operations o activities which are regulated by bis agency; "(3) has Interests which maj be substantially' affected by the performance or non-perform •nee of an official duty." Carrying 30 pounds at an alti tude of 19,000 feet is as diffi cult as bearing 310 pounds a Sen. Garland Lane, D - Flint, he committee chairman, said, owever, that most of the build- ng money would probably be estored in a supplemental ap- ropriation next spring. That would push total spending in the hree areas about $2 million bove the governor's proposals. The bill package left the im- iression that the state budget will closely approximate Romey's suggestions except possl- ly in aid to primary and sec- ndary education. All signs point to a pitched >enate-House fight over school id with both sides seeking fig- res well above Romney's pro- osals. Lane, who had said in Janu- ry that Romney's budget was oo high, said Monday night that now thinks revenue may go beyond his earlier predictions. Lane said the capital outlay, or building, cuts should not significantly delay projects but will give the legislature extra months to study plans and watch revenues. The mental health bill proposes spending $101,509,311 ver- us $100,530,545 suggested by Romney. The education bill proposes $185,924,801 versus $184,359,875. Appropriations for remodel- ng, additions, new construction and advance planning would to- al $59,596,230 versus Romney's 67,322,450. Compared with Romney's budget, the committee plans include these additional appropriations: $4.9 million for college and university faculty salaries beyond Romney's recommended ncreases. $1.2 million contingency for extra college and university enrollment. 1.1 million for additional mental health attendants. $100,000 extra for psychiatrists. $250,000 for the first year of the University of Michigan's expanded Flint campus program. Lane said the committee discussed possible restrictive language on the U-M Flint item but no formal vote on its inclusion was taken. Lane has declared that such an initial apprporiation gives U-M irrevocable authority to continue the Flint program, contrary to wishes of the State Board of Education and Romney. Lane favors the permanent expansion, but several members of the committee do not. The committee realized a $4.8 million saving versus Romney's budget when a recently-passed federal law continued 100 per cent government financing of the Manpower Development Training Act. When Romney submitted his budget, it was expected the states would have to pay one- third of the cost this year. The committee also decided to continue operation of Copper County Tuberculosis Sanitarium through December, 1965. Romney had proposed a June 30 phase out of the Hancock institution. Cost of this was pegged at $113,000. LANSING (AP) — The state education budget proposed by the Senate Appropriations Committee Monday night included $4.9 beyond Gov. Romney's recommendations for improved faculty salaries. The committee said the extra funds should be allocated this way: - Michigan Tech $200,000 Central Michigan ... $400,000 Northern Michigan .. $152,000 Western Michigan ... $500,000 Grand Valley $80,000 Ferris $202,000 Oakland $125,000 Wayne $1,200,000 Michigan State $900,000 1800.000, COOK UP a COOK-OUT with RED OWL'S SPECIALS! Summer eating fun is upon us-and Red Owl's Meat Department Specials this week feature many of your cook-out favorites- Fully Cooked Smoked Hams, skinless and de-fatted, plus the all-time family favorite-Red Owl Insured Ground Beef! Brimfull NON- Corbonoted DRINKS choice of 3 Fully cooked srrwked Hams —completely skinless and defatted. SWIFT PREMIUM, TENDERIZED, MOIST TENDERIZED, MOIST Butt Portion Hams.. B 53 TENDERIZED, MOIST Center Ham Slices l-qt. 14-oz. cans RED OWL INSURED Ground, Skinless Franks ••••» • : HARVEST QUEEN, REG. OR Df COFFEE 3*189 LB. • TIN •• COASTAL FROZEN-REGULAR, PINK, OR LOW CALORIE Lemonade 6 59 C BRIMFULL CARBONATED, ASST'D. 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