The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 16, 1959 · Page 3
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BY SALES TAX Lower, Middle Income Groups Hit ST PAUL, Minn. — Gov. Freeman said today it is "crystal clear that the lower and middle income groups aro hit harder by the sales tax" than by an increase in the income tax. He added that a one per cent sales tax would cost some taxpayers as much as 128 per cent more than present income taxes. He was commenting on computations showing that the one per cent increase in the income tax rate which he has proposed would mean increased payments ranging from 75 per cent on a tross income of $4,000 to about six per cent on a $50,000 gross income. Would Pay $49 An example given showed that * married man with two children and a gross income of $4,000 would pay $49 in state income tax under the governor's'proposal instead of the $28 he now pays. The $21 increase would amo'unt to 75 per cent. "Of course the percentage of increase looks high in the lower tax groups," said the governor in a statement, "because the present tax on such groups is relatively low. If you increase a $1 tax to $2, the increase amounts to 100 per cent." "If a one per cent sales tax were substituted for the increase in income tax," he added, "the increased tax would be $36 instead of $21. This would be an Increase of more than 128 per cent. Only Half "On the other hand, a family of four with an income of $50,000 would have its taxes increased by six or seven per cent under the Income tax boost I recommended, while under the sales tax the increased burden would amount to only half that much." The governor made his comparisons on the basis of a one per cent sales tax with only housing exempted. CHARGES CRUELTY LOS ANGELES (AP)-Actress Dolores Michaels, 25, is suing interior decorator Maurice Marline, 41, for divorce, charging cruelty, SERVICE CALL $3.95 AUTHORIZED TV HE 7-3833 D A Y BOMB CASE FIGURES — Jack Silver, 42, (left) held by San Francisco police on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with homemade bomb mailed to Mrs. Kathryn Morris, 33, with daughter, Tonya, 2, at right. The Christ- mas package bomb was not delivered because Mrs. Morris had moved without leaving forwarding address. Silver, who denies any knowledge of bomb, once dated Mrs. Morris, estranged from her husband. (AP Photofax) YOUTH KILLS PARENTS Blames Accordion in Death of 2 SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)-A young man discharged from a mental hospital 2',4 months ago told police he shot and killed his parents "because they made me practice the accordion 8 or 10 hours a day." Slight, sandy-haired David K. Sandahl, 20, was booked on two counts of suspicion of murder Thursday night. Sheriff's Capt. Harold Guerin said Sandahl admitted shooting!The small frame cottage was his parents with a .22 revolver.' locked but patrolmen saw the He was discharged Nov. 1 from;body of the father in the living DeWitt State Hospital, a mental!room. They forced their way in- institution. He had entered the, sic le and found the body of Mrs. hospital in May, a month after i Sandahl in a bedroom. Each had [ the family arrived from Pontiac,! Deen shot in the head ployed at the Aero-Jet rocket lutes later Mabry noticed David plant and had worked on the atomic bomb at Oak Ridge, Tenn. His wife, Elizabeth Mae, was 55. A traffic accident in which the son was involved led to discovery of the bodies Wednesday. Sandahl fled on foot after running his father's car into a ditch. The highway patrol traced the car to the Sandahl residence, about 18 miles from Sacramento. Chinese Wife Is 'Up in Air' Over Her Baby HONOLULU (AP)-Conslder the predicament of Shiu Un Lee, 22, an immigrant Chinese woman from Hong Kong. Flying in an airliner, high over j Pacific, she was about to have a baby. There was no one around who could understand a word she said. Happily, two experienced nurses were among the passengers. Took Charge Miss Mary Blair of Hudson Falls, N. Y., and Mrs. Don Lego of Edmonton, Alberta, took charge. The Japanese-descended stewardess aboard the Pan American Stratocruiser figured out a way to make n slight dent in the language barrier. After other Chinese passengers proved unable to understand Shiu Un Lee's dialect, the stewardesses put questions to her in written Japanese language characters. Shiu Un Lee's son arrived about 30 minutes out from Honolulu on the stratocruiser's flight from Wake Island. Hastened to Hospital Mother and baby were hastened to Queen's Hospital. The son weighed 5 pounds 13 ounces. Both were reported in good condition. Shiu Un Lee was flying from Hong Kong to San Francisco to join her husband, Chung Lew. Immigration officers said the boy's citizenship would be determined by that of his parents. Mich. Worked on Bomb The father, Ewald L. Sandahl, Calls Police A motorist, William Mabry, who lives near the Sandahl residence, — —---..—. | _.. »._ «, •_>»•*•»***•* • *• T wu 4*wu* vii \i kJmiuaiii i CDJUCJ.1UC * bi 1AC< 52, was a production engineer em- heard a police radio report. Min-. youth. hitchhiking, gave the youth a lift and persuaded him to let him call police. David waited, drinking coffee and smoking, at Mabry's home until they arrived, Guerin said Sandahl killed his parents Monday night, then stayed in the cottage, sleeping on a couch in the living room, several feet from his father's corpse. Asked why he killed, he replied "I just couldn't take any more from them. My father made me practice the accordion 8 or 10 hours a day. "I couldn't get out of the, house, go out with girls, play ball or anything else." Dr. Thomas Harris, a psychiatrist, was asked to talk with the Read The Classified Ads. WEATHER FORECAST—Scattered snow flurries are expected tonight in the Appalachians, New England, and the Ohio and Tennessee valleys with rain a.ong the north and central Pacific coast and rain mixed with snow elsewhere in the Northwest. Some snow is predicted for the northern states from the Rockies to the Lakes and Florida might get some showers. It will be colder east of the Mississippi and in the Gulf region, with sharp drops in the Tennessee Valley. It. will be warmer in the Northwest. (AP Wirephoto Map) BUT NAVY 'GUNS' ARE QUIETED Works Overtime, Is Reprimanded NEW YORK (AP) - A woman clerk at a service hospital has rubbed a little lustre off some high Navy brass. Miss Anna Wasylkow, 39, is a civilian clerk-stenographer at the St. Albans Naval Hospital in Queens. Last July 31 around 4:30 p.m. — official closing time — the telephone rang. She answered it. It was a requisition request, and she left a memo for the proper authority. A few days later a superior do- •nanrhd to know why she ans wered the telephone while "off duty." Miss Wasylkow said she didn't remember whether it was a minute before 4:30 or a minute or two after. But since she was there, she said, she considered it proper to answer the phono. Came the official reprimand: "You are hereby officially warned for failure to carry out instructions on July 31, 1958. A repetition of this offense within one year may result in applications of high er penalties." Was Burned Up Miss Wasylkow was burned up. She filed an appeal. It was denied. She was told she was "guilty of insubordination." She got a lawyer, Samuel Resnicoff. Miss Wasylkow, who resides in Floral Park, N.Y, has worked at the hospital for 14 years. She has had one promotion. AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD A Frtdoy, January 16,195* W More Than Simply Pie in the Sky NEW YORK (AP)-ft«> taftftu got their. Just dessert Thursday. They grabbed s cardboard box thinking U was i $3,000 payroll, Instead it contained a custard pie, Mechanic* Oaaton Martens of Fort Lee, N.J., and James Rayster of Manhattan were just driving up to the Fifth Avenue Coach Co. garage with the payroll. En route from the bank they had picked up the pie, They were accosted by two armed men. One thug slugged Rayster with a rubber hose. The other grabbed the box. Police cruising the Henry Hudson Parkway spotted a car sideswiping several cars. I1EAR ABOUT EXPLORER DBS MOINES W) — Members of the Iowa Legislature will hear about the Army's Explorer satellites next Tuesday from Dr. James Van Allen, head of the physics department at the State University of Iowa. BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS to WOLD'S DRUG STORE MAIN AT BRIDGE STREET Druggist-," CHECK OUR LOW LOW PRICES ON ALL TYPES Clearance Items 1 Lot (Mostly 1x6) 2nd Grade. KNOTTY PINE PANELING B Par K: H"x4", 6" & 8" Clear, No Knots Beautiful REDWOOD PANELING Per Sq. Ft. 1x4 Clear Fir CAR SIDING 16 Per Bd. Ft. %"x4" "D" Grade FIR FLOORING 11 Per Bd. Ft. 2x4 - 6' FIRST GRADE 2x6 • 8' ECONOMY GRADE 2x6 - Iff FIRST GRADE Per 1000 Bd. Ft. ECONOMY WINDOW UNITS Complete Units, Set Up, Spring Balanced, Completely Weatherstriped. 24x16 Glass Size only $11,83 28x20 Gloss Size $13.56 PICTURE WINDOW with 5514x4814 Thermo- £11 A OA pane Center, 16x24 Glass Size Side Lights. <tj> I I 9iOU ALL OTHER SIZES IN STOCK 1x8 & 1x12 PINE BOARDS, Common Grade .. $49.00 Per 100 ° Bd. Ft. Sale Items CEILING TILE Gleaming White 12x24" Cros* Scored .... Only 11 Foot Acoustical Ceiling Tile New Fashiontone Design 12x24" Cros* Scored ........Only 1x6" & 1x8" - 8' Lengths Top Quality - Bundled Knotty Pine Paneling Beautiful Stock ARMSTRONG ASPHALT TILE $995 3 Per Carton (80 PCS.) OR 5c EACH IN BROKEN LOTS Full Lin* of Other Color* In Stock! DATEX RUBBER BASED PAINT TOP QUALITY, FULL LINE OF COLORS WASHABLE EASILY APPLIED WITH ROLLER OR BRUSH NOW NEW LOW LOW PRICE FOR THIS SALE ONLY S>|59 4 Per Gallon FREE Home Planning FREE Estimating FREE Drafting Service Open All Day Saturdays AUSTIN, MINN. Phone HE 3-3478 Bridge & Railway BALANCED BANKING HOURS MORNING, NOON and NIGHT 9:30 A. M.-3:00 P. M. Monday through Friday. 9.30 A. M. -11,30 A. M. Saturdays. Walk-Up and Drive-In Windows open Mondays 6t30 - 8:00 P. M. Bank also open Friday Evenings 6:30 . 8 P. M. Drop-In Teller open 24 hours dally. A CHECKING ACCOUNT AT FIRST NATIONAL Saves You so Much ...So Many Ways! * SAVES TIME * SAVES ARGUMENTS ABOUT PAID BILLS * SAVES STEPS GOING FROM STORE TO STORE * SAVES MONEY Enjoy the benefits of a checking account at First National... Regular or "D/me-o-T/me"/ FIRST NATIONAL BANK "Home of Free Parking and Drive-In Banking" MONDAY NIGHT BANKING HOURS • WALK UP AND DRIVE IN WINDOWS OPEN 6:30 UNTIl 8:00 P. M, MONDAY

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