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Separate Jobless Program
Faces Uncertain Fate
at White House.
Br the Associated Press.
A separate program of unemploy
ment Insurance for railroad workers
faced an uncertain reception at the
White House today.
Hie Senate whipped the measure
through with virtually no debate and
without a dissenting voice yesterday,
despite opposition from administration
quarters. The House approved the
same bill earlier in the week.
The Treasury opposed the proposal,
and the Social Security Board advised
congressional committees that it un
derstood the system was "not in accord
with the program of the President.”
Carriers Oppose Bill.
Railroad union leaders asserted the
program would mean a saving for the
roads and greater benefits for workers.
Representatives of the carriers, dis
puting both premises, said they be
lieved many provisions of the bill were
unworkable.
Benefits provided in the bill would
be more liberal for most employes and
tax rates would be somewhat lower,
proponents said, than under the exist
ing social security set-up.
Railroad workers now are covered by
unemployment insurance systems in
the States in which they work.
A separate system already has been
set up for old-age pensions for rail
workers under the Railroad Retirement
Board, which also would administer
the unemployment insurance program.
Exclude* State Program*.
Railroad employes would be excluded
by the bill from State programs oper
ated under the social security law.
Instead, the roads would pay a tax of
3 per cent on pay rolls, up to $300 a
month.
The bill would provide a system of
benefits based on the pay of the worker
and the length of time he was unem
ployed In each 15-day period. He would
have to be unemployed for at least
seven days before receiving any bene
fits.
Thereafter, he would receive from
$1.75 to $3 a day for the rest of the
15-day period. Compensation would
be given for a maximum of approxi
mately five months. No employe could
receive in one year an amount greater
than 80 times his daily benefit rate.
Although the administration has ex
pressed opposition to the legislation,
some proponents said they were hope
ful President Roosevelt would sign it.
Meanwhile, Chairman O'Connor of
the House Rules Committee said Con
gress may be called into special ses
sion soon "if the expected financial
collapse of a number of the large rail
roads occurs."
The New Yorker said in a state
ment that the failure of Congress to
enact legislation to aid the roads was
"a matter of deep concern to me”
because of the millions of empolyes
involved.
“Many have been laid off already
and more may be, adding to our un
employement and relief problems," he
said.
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BOY PUNCTURES LUNG
Charles Lucas 81ipped Trying to
Jump Iron Fence.
Nine-year-old Charles Lucas, who
suffered a punctured left lung when
he slipped while trying to Jump an
iron-spiked fence in front of his home,
at 910 I street N.W., yesterday, was
reported to have spent “a fairly com
fortable night at Emergency Hospital,”
where he is being treated.
The boy's mother, Mrs. Ann Lucas,
said her son had frequently jumped
over the 3'/i-foot fence by Jumping
on a wooden bench and then hopping
over. She said he told her he "slipped
and stuck on the fence a minute”
when he tried it yesterday.
Coast Guard Pit
Boys on Ship H
Br the Associated Frets.
SAN DIEGO, Calif., June 16.—A
Coast Guard plane was ordered aloft
today in a renewed hunt for the $25,
000 ketch Tira, which a “pirate" crew
of three runaway boys was believed to
be sailing toward Cocos Island, legend
ary site of buried treasure.
Latest of many “clues” brought to
Coast Guardsmen since the yacht and
the boys disappeared simultaneously
from Santa Crus, Calif., three weeks
ago today, led to the new plane search.
Capt. Joe Marina of the tuna clip
per Vigilante reported last night he
had spoken to three boys last Thursday
on a yacht off San Geronlmo Island,
200 miles south of San Diego and 700
miles south of Santa Cruz.
Coast Guardsmen doubted it was
the Tira, but weren’t "passing up any
bets.” The yacht Marina saw was
white. The Tira, when it left Mon
terey, was black.
San Geronimo is along the 2,300
mile route from Santa Cruz to Cocos
Island, pirate base of the Spanish sail
ing days to which 1'7-year-old Lyle
Tara, supposed leader of the runaway
boys, was known to have charted a
course.
Lew K. Foote, owner of the missing
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craft, said Tara and his crew—James
Hennlger, 17, and Blli Grace, 16—
probably would have encountered no
trouble except with navigation. Tara
had a library book on the subject to
guide him.
The Tira was stocked with six weeks'
provisions, 300 gallons of water and
enough fuel to run the auxiliary Diesel
engine for 300 miles. Seas have been
calm and the 52-foot sailing craft was
perfectly seaworthy.
The boys’ adventure has caused Mrs.
William R. Tara, mother of Lyle,
"many sleepless nights."
"They have me worried,” she said,
"but if they get on one of those lonely
Islands In the South Seas It may be
a long time before they find «i<»m—
and I don’t think they’ll give a clue to
their whereabouts by writing home."
Mrs. Tara blamed her son’s disap
pearance on a passionate love of the
sea and a desire for adventure. He
had lived happily with his parents and
three older brothers, but spent all his
spare hours in his rowboat on Mon
terey Bay.
Nobody seemed to know exactly
what would happen If the boys were
l found with the yacht. Mr. Foote said
1 if the boys had taken the yacht he
would not press charges, but would
let the law take its course.
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