Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 12
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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1 Mill Garbage Tax Levy Asked by Large Cities Mason Cityans Are at Iowa Convention Mayors and councilmen of lowas first class cities were on record Thursday in favor of boost-' ing the maximum garbage tax levy to one mill. They are meeting in Des Moines , Connection with the convention of the League of Iowa Muncipali- ties. The large-city officials said the present three-quarter mill maximum is "wholly inadequate." They asked the 1951 legislature to grant the increase. Local Men There First class cities are those with at least 15,000 population. About 200 officials are attending the convention, including 8 from Mason City: Mayor Howard E. Bruce E. J. Kelly, F. G. Steffen, S. W! Lock, Oscar Jewell and Lloyd McGee, cduncilmen, and C. W. Hamblin, city engineer, and F. C. DeSart, city auditor. The large-city officials also asked the legislature to: Allow cities more than 25 per <ent of parking meter collections for meter operation, traffic control and regulation Permit counties to levy a one- mill tax for fire protection, and add one-quarter of a mill to city bridge levies. Want Tax Share Give cities a bigger share of general gas tax revenues for street work and provide that gas taxes paid by transit companies go to the cities in which the companies operate. Make 60 the compulsory retirement age for policemen and firemen covered by the old pension laws. Max Conrad, Burlington, league executive secretary and treasurer, told delegates the organization's membership of 819 cities and towns makes it the largest such state group in the nation. Delegates Named Thornton —The American Legion Auxiliary appointed the president, Mrs. Will Schoneman, and Mrs. Leslie Hopkey as delegates to the district meeting at Charles City in October. Globe-Gazette Photo BREAKFAST CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS— Miss Ida Hanson, center, was installed as president, of the Mason City Credit Women's Breakfast club at installation ceremonies at a dinner meeting of the group at Hotel Hanford Wednesday night. Miss Marjorie Gir-* ' ton, shown at left, Des Moines, who is 1st vice president ot the 6 district of the Breakfast clubs, conducted the installation. She was assisted by Miss Marie Nugent, right, of Fort Dodge, who is district president. Sixty members attended. Other officers installed were Mrs. Alice Jean Poshusta, 1st vice president; Miss Hazel Zion, 2nd vice president; Miss Doris Slebis- ka, secretary and Miss Phyllis Lindquist, treasurer. The local club was organized last spring. Speaker of the evening was Lloyd Loers, who talked on the "Layman's View of Credit." Miss NUgent talked briefly to the group on the mot'to of the organization, "Faith, Vision and Courage." Charles Schaffer, manager and secretary of the Mason City Credit Bureau, also made a short talk. C. W. McBrearty of the local bureau was introduced. Special music at the program consisted of vocal solos by Miss Ethimea Karamitros and dinner music was played by a string group under the direction of Miss Marjorie Sm'ith. This group consisted of Marynell Tessien, Judy Taylor, Ruth Coon and Joan Pitman. Out of town guests from the 6th district included Miss Lucille Girton, Mrs. Mabel Kutch, Des Moines; Mrs. Vera Murphy, Clear Lake; Miss Shirley Hambleton and Miss Sylvia Carlson, Fort Dodge. Purchase Factory Decorah — Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Glaser are once more owners and operators of the Decorah mattress factory, having re-purchased it from the McConehey company of Waterloo, to whom they sold it 2 years ago. They had previously operated the business for 16 years. Mason City Globe-Gazette. M»»«n CUy. l». Oct. 13, 1949 21 A bad stain need* mean ihe end of a good dress! 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