Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 11, 1945 · Page 18
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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iflln* f S Vi Mt if L» V rain Kjj * 18 THURSDAY, JANUARY H, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MEAT PROTEINS Help Keep You "Built Up' Propose Pay for Governor Be Increased Des Molnes, (IP)--Bills to increase the governor's salary from $7,500 to $10,000 and to appropriate $35,000 to acquire or erect, and furnish, a governor's residence were introduced in the house of representatives Wednesday as the chamber passed 7 other measures --the first to be approved--on the 3rd day of the 51st general assembly. Both houses voted to adjourn after the joint session Thursday afternoon, at which Gov. Rober D. Blue will be Inaugurated, until Toeadar afternoon. Sen. G. R. BUI (B-Clarion) explained In the npper-hmue that inch a recess would permit the lawmakers to compute their income taxes be- DOMTT SCBUM wire WALLS CUAMf. ca* EUXXBJENE-- Ite amazingly e«y way to waab paint- «d ma*'. ELEC- TBEKE nmoves Art, graaae, and soot from walla tauter ttma any old-style method yo« em nacd! Bard on Art, easy OB band* . . . and SO economical Try tt, TODAY- IB 2Sc--Me and 7So package*. ore returnioe to Des Molnes. The salary and executive man- ion bills were similar to those ntroduced in the senate Tuesday and advocated by IT. S. Sentor B. B. Hickenlooper in an address before a joint session of the egislature. Associated Press interviews with a group of legislators indicated that a good percentage of hem favored both measures, al- hough one representative, Mae A. Lynch (D-Pocahontas), said she did not favor the executive aome "at this time." The house measure concerning the governor's salary was offeree by Rep. Arch W. MeFarlane (R- Waterloo) and Hep. H. W. Walter (R-Council Bluffs). MeFarlane also introduced the bill to provide a home for the chief executive. By a. vote of 98 to 2 the house approved a measure to permit boards of supervisors to make appropriations (or the pannsnt o expenses involved in the sale o war .bonds and the conduct of war loan, campaigns. Proponents of the bill called at tention to the fact that most o the work done in connection wit! war bond sales is contributed vol untarily. The 2nd bill, approved 99 to 0 provides for payment of refund to persons who have overpaii Iowa chain store taxes. The 3rd measure provides fo issuance of temporary permits t persons engaging temporarily i the business of retail sales Iowa. It passed 94 to 3. After amending house joint res oluvion No. 1 which provides .fo payment of legislative employes he measure passed on roll call 00 to 0. The amendment would nake the pay for ministers giving nvocations at the opening of the aily sessions 5 cents per traveling mile or $10 an appearance, whichever is greater. · This was the form In which the ^solution was approved by the senate Tuesday but the house also ixed the resolution so that if the minister cave the prayer in both louses on the same day he could not collect compensation twice. Among ths new bills was one to increase payment to election udges and clerks from 30 cents o 50 cents an hour for service in connection with primary, general and special elections. Another of ,he bills ottered would raise the wages of assessors from $4 to $S day. Another bill would authorize park commissioners to lease property · for the playing of professional' games. " . ' · 'Another would make the manager of a state institution under the board of control also accountable to the board and subject to appointment by .the board. The business manager is now appointed by the governor and the superintendent of the institution is appointed by the board. 'Iri his message to the joint session, Hickenlooper also urged extension to 4 years of the present 2-year terms of elected state officials. 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