Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1957
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J Three Main Reasons for Dependents Needs of 56.4 per cent of the 6B7 aid to dependent' children families with monthly budgets of $250 or over are due to physical or mental handicaps of the fathers. In the total caseload of 7,377 families, incapacity is the reason for dependency in only 22 per cent of the cases. Mrs. Mary Huncke, member of the state' board of social welfare, says that in recent studies made of the 687 ADC families with needs of $250 monthly or more, it was found that only 56.5 per cent had other income or resources to meet part of their needs, thus keeping grants below the $250 figure. Divorce or legal separation was the second highest cause of de pendency, occurring in 17.3 per cent of the. cases. In the total case load, however, this was the major reason, accounting for 31.3 per cent of the cases. Death of a parent is the third higest reason for dependency, ac- curring in 10.8 per cent of the cases in the 687 families, and 14.4 per cent in the total ADC case load. Aid to dependent children payments in August were granted to 7,377 families, including 26,762 individuals, at a total cost of $850,694. Love less in Precarious Spot— Will Check Shaping Iowa Tax Structure Big Task for Next Session ^""pliance i. „„„u, „„ m « ,,„ r ,Drindi > law - would have produced a work- j ennium, for the board of control, '•. without bnnp is problem comes, "P Peno ai " j j ng balance of 24 million dollars at board of regents, conservation • cant reductic , But Pewiaps never oeiore n , the end of (he bjennium _ The om . j commission, and the soldier's. Lovele NO. 3,000,000 .... Wide eyed and open mouthed in amazement, Janice Brewer receives the news that she has officially been registered as the three millionth Girl Scout in the United States. The 12-year-nId miss belongs to Troop 782 in St. Louis. Girl Scout membership has tripled since 1944, when there were one million Girl Scouts in the nation. By HARRISON WEBER (towa Dally Press Assn. Writer) DES MOINES — The next session of the legislature, either regular or special, will be faced with the momentous task of shaping Iowa's tax structure for years to come. This cally, the 111-year history of the stale has there been such an intense drama in arriving at a workable solution. Figures just released by. Comptroller Glenn Sarsfield show that it would be possible to operate through June 30, 1959 under current appropriations and still maintain a safe working balance. To do this it will be necessary for Governor Herschel C. Loveless to draw approximately 15 million dollars from the general reserve fund,, leaving a balance of $24,589.624^ on July 1, 1959. In Precarious Spot terms a regressive form of taxation; it would have raised approximately eight million dollars more than was needed; and, it provided AMES m — The Iowa Highway Commission has approved a plan of compliance checks on second- last legislature. The matter was j On Road Jobs finally settled in conference committee with the senate Republicans winning, only to have Loveless veto the bill. . . ;„ ^publicans a re said to favor a ; road construction work in an Republican senators p u s h e d i for 16.6 million dollars for capi- • form wnich wo « ld "« ve retarded; i per cent sales tax and no in-; . .. . ... rough a bill which, if signed into | tal improvements, during the hi-1 some desirable school districts j come tax. One of the major. 5°"™" 1 8 without bringing about a signifi- i drawbacks on such a proposal is! aone Property. reduction in property taxes.! that there would not be sufficient The plan was suggested by Chief oveless Alternatives • funcls to provide for capital im-! Engineer John Butter. District en nibus measure provided thatihome at Marshalltown. However,! Governor Loveless has suggest- Although Loveless believes that I Tim" Herald, Carroll, Iowa Sarsficld's' figures may be con-' Thursday, Sept. 5, 1957 servative to the tune of two mil-? : ^ lion dollars, the governor is still;ever. One is that under the Re- j { 0 7 the" disbursement"' of ^6 'm\l- ln a precarious spot. ; publican hi!!, funds were provided ; lion dollars In state funds in a lican senators p u s h e d i for 16.6 million dollar through Marie Silberbauer Of Denver Spends Weekend in Dedham everything in excess of 24 million ; if this program had been enacted j e d several alternatives which dollars in the general fund would \ there would not have been any- might be incorporated into a tax go to the state's school districts, thing left in the general reserve | program. These include: Placing Loveless estimates that this would; fund to finance capital improve-: a tax on personal adjusted gross have been in excess of 16 million j ments for the 58th biennium. income at a low rate; returning to dollars. i Therefore, funds for capital im-j the general fund the 10 per cent Jhus, if the governor had sign- j provements would have to be j 0 f the sales tax which was diverted the Republican sponsored bill,! raised through taxation. In the j e d to the roads; and, returning; to the state would have had about the ! P asl thei 'e has been a carry over j the old individual and corpora- same amount in the general fund ] >" the reserve fund to provide for j tion tax rates, at the end of the biennium as it I capital improvements. , Repub , lcanSi in general( are op . will under present conditions, pro-: Loveless said he vetoed the om- ! posed to the transfer of the road viding there is ticv special session. ; n ibus bill for three reasons: It i use tax money. This was one of There are two important things j called for the continuation of thej the key issues between house and (which need to be considered, how-• W per cent sales tax, which he senate Republicans during provements. Some Republicans j gineers will make the checks, have suggested raising the corpor- Tne susge stion was the out- ation tax from 2 to 5 per cent to, growth 0 f a recent discovery that bring it in line with surrounding states, but it is doubtful that such a program would raise enough for capital improvements. EPRESSIVE MASKS Ancient Greek actors used masks to express emotions. Their expressions could be seen by the audience in the large, open • air theaters. Cerro Gordo County built a farm- to-mBrket road but allegedly had not met specification* set out in an earlier call for bids on the project. More than 250 types of soil are the found in Texas, OLD CUSTOM In ancient Hebrew usage, when a man died without sons bis brother was required to marry the widow and get a son by her who was counted as the son of the dead man and so carried on the line. <TlniR» Herald NPW* Service) DEDHAM — Marie Silberbauer, This averaged $115.32 per family IJ^' ^Hindav t ^e^h S or $31.79 per person. In Carroll j ^r Mrf M%y SiJto county the total cost was $6,172, „ idfl ' . visiied the Harvey and averaged $134.17 for each of; R ., * . ' . w , k the 46 families, and $35.07 for each I Relder " ome at WaU Lake ' 176 individuals included. | Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Stangl of In August the state granted oldjDes Moines spent the weekend in age assistance to 38,297 individuals | the h , om e °l M *- a ™, M ™- JA1Jver , totaling $2,569,140 at an average! stan g'- 0n Sundfl y a11 attended a. of $67.08 each. In Carroll County there were 296 recipients receiving an average grant of $75.34 each or a total of $22,302. family dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Stangl at Manning. Nelly Toovey, Bess Emery, Mrs. Aid to Blind for August in the!Fred Theulen and Morry Ringleb state totaled $123,043 and was paid | attended an ice cream supper to 1,476 persons at an average of i Friday evening at Viola. $83.36 each. In Carroll County the j Ruth Lewis of Des Moines spent total was $748, paid to 8 ftindiv *" i Sunday and Monday in the home duals at an average of $93.50 each. Minnesota Couple Visits in Carnarvon (Ttmm Herald News Service) CARNARVON - Mr. and Mrs. Remmer Kluver of Clara City, Minn., were weekend guests in the Jerry Kluver home and with other relatives in this vicinity. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed gar Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. William Axman and Billy were callers Sunday afternoon in the John Manor home at Bayard. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wiskus spent Sunday and Monday fishing in Minnesota. Sunday evening visitors in the Nely Toovey home were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tillman • Mrs. George Esdohr of Coon Rap- and daughters of Storm Lake were j ids and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tay- visitors in the Jack Fogerty home]lor of Hibbing, Minn. Sunday night. Mrs. Jim Fogerty and daughter, j BREAKS COLLARBONE Kay, of Fonda were overnight guests in the Jack Fogerty home Friday. (Times Herald Newt Servlre) LANESBORO — Angela Whiting, 2, fell off the porch at the Raymond Peter home while play- FIRST COAL | ing and broke her collarbone. She French explorers first discover- i was taken to McVay Hospital in ed Coal in North America along Lake City, where she was treat-;] the Illinois River, at a point about ed and released. She is the daugh- 80 miles southwest of the present ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dellwynl| city of Chicago, in 1679. Whiting. WATERS WEEK-END BARGAINS Printed Outing Flannel 3 Yirtb $1.00 36 inches wide. 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