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March 17, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 17 THREE- J TEST MENTALITY OF RODNEY PACE Boy Who Shot Brother Put in Psychopathic Ward at Iowa City. INDEPENDENCE, l.-'l'i--Rodney Pace, 17, who shot to death his brother, Ogden, here the evening of March 10 when the latter interfered in Rodney's attempt to attack their younger sister, is in the phychopath- ic hospital at Iowa City by order of the district court of Buchanan county for investigation of his mental status. He was taken to Iowa City Monday by Sheriff August Hammeiman, accompanied by the lad's mother, Mrs. Myrtle Pace, and a neighbor of the Pace family, A. R. Henderson. All of the party were questioned extensively about the boy's character and mental reactions and the sheriff was told Pace must remain under observation three weeks. His hearing on a murder charge filed by Ray Kremer, county attorney, Saturday, has been indefinitely postponed from March IS. Order for the examination of the boy's sanity was entered by Judge R. W. Hasner through agreement of prosecution and defense counsel. The girl involved in the tragedy Thyrza, 13, is improving at an Independence hospital from brain concussion and head wound inflictec by Rodney Pace with the blunt side of a hatchet, her ultimate recovery appears indicated, according to the attending physician. She has not regained memory of the tragedy and is still ignorant that her eldei brother died because he protected her from criminal attack. YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. 'hree Aged Iowa Veterans of World War Now at State Soldiers' Home v --1mii Dully I SILAS PAKKEK ( l e f t ) and J I M PAKKJiR COMES TO AID OF WOMAN IN JAIL Sister to Go lo High Court in Case of Mrs. Daisy Tegtmeyer. CHICAGO, UP)---A sister rallied to the aid Tuesday of Mrs. Daisy Tcgt- meyer, "forgotten woman ot the county jail," and vowed Mrs. Tcgt- meyer's 26 months aa a prisoner would be laid before the supreme court of the United States. The sister, Mrs. Myrtle Moore or Brooklyn, N. Y., wired Sheriff John Toman that she had employed an attorney to aid Mrs. Tegtmeyer and flatly forbade him to give the iro- risoncd woman a sanity test. Since Jan. 5, 1934, Mrs. Tcgt- eyer, a "19 year old widow, has een jailed for contempt of court, ne citation arising from her refusal o give an accounting of 55,000 held n trust by her late husband. "Have requested U. S. supreme ourt's permission to appeal," said Irs. Moore's telegram.' Judge Michael Feinberg suggest- d the sanity tests when Mrs. Tegt- neyer again refused, last week, to ell the secret. --Iinvn. Dully I'm ALBERT WATSON --1(»«1L Daily I'rr "KOKOMO" JONES INTEREST DEDUCTION. The taxpayer, whether or not en gaged in trade or business, may de duct interest on any indebtcdnes except on indebtedness incurred o continued to purchase or carry se curitics the interest on which is e.\ empt from taxation. Such exemp obligations include those of th United States and its possessions an certain of its agencies and instru mentalities. Interest on the obliga tions of Iowa and other states an their political subdivisions- is tax able. Distributions on preferred stock are dividends. · -· Deduetibleyltemsrof Interest"in eludes interest on money borrowe for 'personal expenses, to purcha? real estate, or for any purpose e? cept as above exempted, and th debt on which the interest is pai need not be evidenced by a writte obligation. Against Income. Interest calculated as being a j charge against income on account of i capital invested in the business, but j which does not represent payment; on an interest bearing obligation, is not an allowable deduction from · TMross income. : Amounts paid for accrued interest receivable for securities pur- j chased between interest dates i should be offset against interest re- , ceivecl from such securities. An amount paid for accrued interest on exempt obligations at the time of j purchase is not deductible, because the interest received on such obligations is not taxable. Where property is purchased on a i deferred payment plan, and interest is not provided for in the contract, no part of the payments thereon may be deducted as interest. Interest paid on delinquent taxes , Itxcept Iowa Income taxi is deductible if accrued after December 31. IflSS. i Not Deductible. i Accrued interest on a note given · as a gift is not deductible, as it is a · part of the gift. Where interest is i deducted in advance from the face j of a loan, the amount so paid will j be deductible ratably over the term j of the obligation, unless the amount' deducted as interest is 510 or less. If interest payable by a taxpayer who is not paid in the year in j which it is accrued, it may not be j deducted in a later year when paid. All payments of interest for which deduction is claimed must be described in a schedule showing as to each item the amount paid, the name of the payee and date of payment. Three Iowa World War Veterans Older Than 68 Frank 'Kokomo' /ones* Oldest Enlisted Man in A. E. F. MARSHALLTOWN--Oldest World war veteran in Iowa ? Fort Dodge, which recently entered a claim for that honor in behalf ,o£ William S.,Norton, 68, can nave no 'tetter-than, fourth-place, be-, cause the Iowa Soldiers' home here has three veterans who top that mark. One of them, who not only is the oldest World war veteran in Iowa but who has a letter from Maj. Gen. Charles P. Summcrall, certifying that he was the oldest enlisted man in the A. E. F., is Frank "Kokomo 1 Jones. 7 5 . - T h e others are Jim Parker and Albert Watson, both o whom are 69. All three are als veterans of the Spanish-America war. In Spanish War. Jones, or "Kokomo" as veteran of the 168th infantry know .him served in .the Spanish-American, wa in Company K, 51st Iowa Infaatry enlisting May 30, 1S98, and bein discharged Oct. 26, 1898. In th World war he served as a cook i the same company in the same reg ment, which was mustered into fed eral service as the 16Sth infantry After enlisting on July 29, 1915, he rved on the border and overseas nd was discharged Jan. 28, 1919. Kokomo" has a son in Council luffs who served in the same out- it in the World war. "Kokomo" uas horn May 3. 1860. Parker. 69, lives at the Iowa Sol- iiers 1 home as does his father, Silas 'arker, 97. The elder Parker, shown icre with his son, served in Com- iany D, 6th Iowa, in the war bo ween the states. The son, J i m , crved in Company E, 50th Iowa, in he Spanish-American war and in he quarter-master corps in the World war. He, too, was overseas, being stationed in the ammunition base at Brest for 11 months. Burn in 1 866. He was born Oct. 12, 1S66. Silas Parker has also two grandsons, Iarence S. Armentrout of DCS tfoines and Ray A. Parker of East St. Louis. 111., who were in the army of occupation in Germany after the war ended. They were too young ~ ;et in service while the war was in . Albeit Watson was born Oct. 28, 1866. He served in the 6th Ohio regiment in the Spanish-Amcricai war and with the 31th division ii the World war. Everybody Wonders- Everybody Asks-- tt Man Working on Clearing Road Near Kanawha Hurt GARNER--While clearing roads of snow Saturday, near Kanawha. Ray Davis. 52, ran up on a snowbank tipping up the end of the caterpillar tractor he was driving so that the crank on the maintainer knocked Davis out of the cab. 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