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March 4, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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=g"B5^^^"^^H Mason City News on This Page WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1931 March 5--Y. M. C. A. and Y^ W. C. mixer at 7:30 in Y. M. C. A. Munch G--Jim'mie Joy- and his Brunswick Recording -orchestra will play for dance at Mason City armory. Sponsored by American ' Legion Drum and Bugle corps. March 7--Monthly meeting and 6:30 o'clock supper at the P. G. and E. March 9---Mason City school* election. March 9--Barre-Hill, baritone, Civic Music assoqition concert at high school auditorium. March 18, _19, 20 and 31--Mason City's annual spring opening. IB City . Public Dance sponsored by Ben Hut- lodge Thursday, Eagle Hall. Horace S. Beemef, X-Ray Extraction of Teeth. Penney Bldg. Carnival at Grant School Friday · night, March 6. The St. James Lutheran Brotherhood will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. in the church parlors' with D. Carstens serving. Jens Christiansen, mail carrier No. 13, was unable to be at work Wednesday because of illness. Ernesteen Hurvvitch School of Dancing now located at the K, C. hall. Classes in ballet, toe, tap and acrobatic, .Tues., Thurs., and Sat. Frank W. Chambers, Lawyer, announces change of location to 205, Second Floor,.M. B. A. Building. Ladies of the Orient, please wear fezzes at open meeting March 5. · Phone ALLISON 431 for the better Iowa Lump Coal. Its clean S7. Any size truck tire can be inflated on the road by "Our Service Station on Wheels." Ph. 2584. Brewer Tire and Battery Co. Dr. W. O. Mauch left Tuesday evening to attend the Minnesota State Denta! convention at Minneapolis Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. .1 will not be responsible for any debts contracted only by myself. ·William E. Harrington, Jr. : · ; ;Charies Robinson, mail carrier · T -''·'·I, "was unable; to be atVwork hesday"H"~"'~ ·---- --^^-= ·-- of'his wife. A ' -'.Dance at Mason City Armory, Friday, March 6. Jimmie Joy and his Brunswick Recording orchestra. Gents $1, ladies 50c. "It's dandy Cleaning service," they say. And see these prices: Men's suits 50c. Women's plain dresses 50c. Men's topcoats 75c. Women's spring coats 75c. All garments called for and delivered. New Model-Unique, 104 South Federal. Workman's Foot Hurt; North Iowa's Home Newspaper GOOKPREDICTS INCOME TAX PASSAGE Is Taken to Hospital Alvin L. Bartmes, deter Lake, an employe of the people's Gas and Electric company, received an.in- jured foot when a pick was driven into it Wednesday mornino-. He was taken to Park hospital for treatment. President Hoover may find it convenient to adopt a scheme of standardization of the veto.--Cedar Falls Record. Have customer with large modern house and plenty of ground, well located in Mason City to exchange for a good-Iowa farm of near equal value. Price $18,000. For further information call or write the undersigned. ECK ·BOS: Phone 134 Kresge Bldg Daly Epigrams! TJie diamond is the hardest- known substance--to get. WJ-DlLYCc vumssmoi KEATING PRESENT BURDEN ON PROPERTY IS UNFAIR, HE SAYS Corporation tax Will Not Be Discriminatory, He Tells Chamber. "You must either make the necessary reduction of public expenditures or you must accept the alternative of a new form of taxation based primarily upon income," Louis H. Cook, chairman of the state board of assessment and review, told a gathering of Lions club and Chamber of Commerce members at the Hotel Hanford Wednesday noon. Mr. Cook's view was that substantial tax reduction was out of the question and that therefore an income tax is necessary because of the fact that the general propertv tax, by which 90 per cent of the state's revenue is raised, is rapidly approaching the point of confiscation. The speaker predicted that a general income tax, and likely a corporation tax, would be passed by :he present session of the legislature. Will Not Discriminate · * "The Iowa legislature, however, will not pass any tax that will" discriminate against 'Iowa corporations," he declared, adding that in his opinion the contention that a corporation iccoim tax would keep new industries from coming into the state had been exaggerated. Taxes is not the determining factor, but one of many factors to be considered by an industry In choosing a factory site, he added. "The present tax on real and tangible property Is making the ownership of such undesirable," he declared. "In pioneer days everything that a man owned was tangible and this fact gave rise to our present system of taxation, which approaches a situation in which a '"-~" '-""· -t*the,income Is confis- 25 or 30 years ago everybody wanted to own something, either a piece of land or a property in town, today there is a hesitancy on the part of everybody to own anything. Wouldn't Agree "Itv is clear that some new form of taxation must be adopted. What form that new form takes makes little difference. We know it is an impossibility to reduce expenditures. The tendency is to increase them. If we were to try to eliminate some of the expenses, no two would agree on what to cut out. At present 60 per cent of the taxes we pay goes to schools, 25 per cent for roads and 15 per cent for the upkeep of our city, county and state governments. ''It is unfair to raise 90 per cent of the taxes from, physical properties. In the first place there is a big diversity of ownership in physical properties. There should be an effort to equalize the differences in the earning powers of properties. "I never was any wild-eyed advocate of a state income tax and I don't think now that it would he a panacea. But, with all your objections, the income tax would be fairer than the practice we now have of basing the tax on property. I believe the legislature is going to adopt the income tax, but I am certain that the public is going to be disappointed in the amount of relief It will bring. But we must stop this mounting burden on property. . Valuations Decreasing "The valuations in Iowa are not increasing 1 , but are going down. Our wealth is less than before the war, yet taxes are from two to three times higher." "The United States is the only country in the world which raises the bulk of its taxes by a tax on property. In nearly all countries the standard of taxes is income." The speaker reviewed the efforts of the board to equalize present tax situations. "I believe we are going to be able to say in the near future that there is going ,to be no discrimination in taxes, that all property in Iowa is assessed on the baais of all other property..The tendency has been t put higher, assessments on th humbler properties, due largely t difficulty of evaluating larger prop erty in Iowa is assessed on the basi of all other property.«The tendenc has been to put higher assessment on the humbler properties, du largely to difficulty of eyaluatln larger properties, awe on the part of the assessor for larger propert owners and political situations. W also, have to keep in mind the fac that 25 per cent of all property t Iowa is exempt from taxes Need Not Fear. "When Iowa reaches the stag where the rank and file of her citi zens do not \yant to own propert then and then only will you hav a dangerous situation. As long a the people are attached to the so and to their hearths and intereste m the affairs of their communit you need have no fear of commun ism." The speaker was introduced by G E. Cress, president of the Lions club who presided at the meeting. Mu sic was supplied by the Rusty Hine- quartet. KITE CONTEST TO BE FOR SCOUTS First Area Competition to Be Held at Mason City on March 28. ' ,*arge part, cated. "Whereas The first area wide kite contest of the North Iowa area council, Boy Scouts of America, wil be held in Mason City Saturday March 28. * This contest is open to all reg istered scouts in the council. Each scout will be privileged »to enter as many as six kites including three ordinary and three box kites. Eacl kite included must be made by th scout himself and must fly. Eacfi kite entered will count 10 points for the scout's troop and five points for' each individual scout There will be first, second and third prizes for the troop as well as in dividuals, as follows: Largest ord inary kite,, largest box kite, neates jprflinary kite, neatest box fate smallest box kite and most string out. There will also be an aware given for the three troops having the most visitors with them. Entry blanks will be sent out to the troops in the next headquarters bulletin. - , * "Brighten Up" Have Wood "Brighten Up" your home. WALL DECORATING Any Kind W. K. WOOD PHONE 2'189-W Lecture on Mission Activities to Be Given at Immanuel Church The Rev. Frank W. Wyman, field secretary of the Augustana Lutheran board of foreign missions, will deliver a lecture on missionary activities in'China, at the Immanuel Lutheran church Thursday evening at 7:30. The lecture will be illustrated with stereopticon slides. Th.e Hev. Mr, Wyman has visited China and has personally procured many of the pictures that he shows. Officials Advertise Star Route Letting Bids for the star route from Nora Springs Junction to Algona will be received until March 24. according to local postal officials. The term will be from April l to June 30. The route established recently is running under a temporary arrangement to be superseded when the contract is awarded, officials said. The schedule will remain unchanged, however. A regular four year contract rfay be let later officials said. Examination Conducted at Local Postoffice A civil service examination for translator was conducted at the postoffice Wednesday by Charles Price, secrefary of the examining board. One applicant took the examination. Upon Receipt of each application the wheels of our well organized institution move rapidly, so that no time is, lost in providing'our clients with cash loans,' large or small. UNITED SERVICE A WONDERFUL Barbecue Luncheon EVERY OC DAY JJC RENDEZVOUS CONFECTIONERY 123 NORTH FEDERAL AVE. LEGION CIRCUS "PROMOTER" IS SENTENCED HERE Four Charges Filed Agains Thomas Who Gained $51 in One Day. . Ira Thomas, Lansing, Iowa, wh obtained money from several loc merchants when he represented birr self as being connected with- a ci cus which he said the drum corp of the American Legion was I sponsor in April, was' bound ove to the grand jury with a bond set a $1,000 on a charge of felony an was given three separate $100 fine on three charges of issuing fraudu lent checks when he appeared be fore Police Judge John C. Shiple Wednesday morning. Thomas was bound over to th grand jury on charges filed by th H. C. Boyd company to whic Thomas gave a check for 530. Th three other charges, fines for whic totaled 5300 or 90 days in jail wet filed because of checks given othe business houses. Unable to pay h fines and furnish bond, Thomas being held in the county jail. Th court specified the three jail sen tences are not to run concurrentlj The Eadmar hotel received a $1 check, Gildners Clothing store a $ check and the Piggly Wiggly low company store a check for $5, Is Arrested Friday. Thomas was arrested here Frida night and appeared in police cour Saturday morning but his case wa continued. He carried with him a1 tractively printed posters advertis ing a circus. The name of th Clausen-Worden post 101 of th American Legion was displaye across the top of the posters. Thomas presented the propositio of the circus to the drum corps Fri day night but the organization ha voted against the circus. The ma was not connected with any circu as far as local officials have bee able to determine. .A man by the same name wanted by the sheriff at Wauko on a charge of defrauding an inn keeper. $800 Draft Coming. Thomas said he had a draft fo $800 coming but was unable to ge it cashed until Charles C. Warden manager of the Eadmar hotel, re turcd from an out of town trip t identify him, Park Thomas of th Gildner store testified. Ira Thomas purchased a hat and a pair of pa jamas at the Gildner store and wanted to give a check for $10 t allow him 51 change but was re fused, Park Thomas said. Mr. Warden testified that afte he had cashed a- check, Thoma asked him to* identify him so h could get the $800 draft cashec Thomas bought about 53 worth o groceries at the Piggly Wiggly stor and received $2 change, the repre aentative of the store testified a the hearing. The 530 check at Boyd's ston was cashed when Thomas camt there after going to the Ray Sene\ Jewelry store to" buy prizes for th circus. The jewelry store refusei to cash the.check. Thomas was represented by J Frank Hayes and the prosecution b Roc Thompson. Car. Licenses Tot«l $42.10. ALLISON, March 4.--According o a report by County Treasurer _.ce L. Parks, automobile license collections during February amount- d to $4,219.50; on trucks, $94750 railers, $18.50. \ We Will Wash or Grease Your Car for 99c Cars called for and delivered without charge. This is the regular $1.50 wash! S. R. CHEVROLET CO. First and Washington S. W. me. BOY SCOUTS in uniform will be admitted to the Iowa theater each Thursday for lOc. See "Three Boy Scouts in Africa" STARTING THURSDAY, MARCH 5 C - O - A - L HEATO Coal ECONOMY $C»00 Sootless 49 BLACK HAWK III. Lump KENTUCKY $^75 Nut *r^Jjy W.G.Block Co. PHONE 563 First Den of Cubs in Area Boy Scout Council Is Formed The first den of cubs to be organized in the North Iowa Area council was organized Tuesday 'afternoon in the basement of the scout executive's home with Mrs. Ralph Lloyd Jones as the den mother and E. Thayer Curry as den chief. This den will have its regular meetings on Tuesdays. The charter members of this den are Billy Blackmore, Enos Lloyd Jones, Jimmie Wagner, Walter Sweet, Jack Hayes, Paul Curry, Bob Servison, Kenet Pearce and Charles Knouse, Junior. One or, two prospective members were present. The membership of this den will be held to 10 or 11 boys. Another den of boys living north of West State street is also being organized. Other dens in different sections of the city will be registered no doubt, within a few weeks. Two Men Fined $10 Each for Intoxication Gus Valeinoff, 621 Jackson avenue southwest, and Herbert Nas- hiem, 1322 Jersey avenue northeast. were each fined $10 and costs on charges of intoxication when they appeared at police court Wednesday morning. Jack Hanson, 1322 Jersey avenue northeast, arrested Tuesday night and charged with disorderly conduct, was released on P. $10 bond. DR. T. S. CLARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN »r. B. A. Bldg. Phone 219S . Evenings By Appointment DR. A. OSHANA Physician and Surgeon RHEUMATISM SPECIALIST Office--109 First NatlonnJ Bank Phone 1530 SANFORD MAKES MONTHLY REPORT FOR DEPARTMENT Intoxication Violations Total 58; $1,134 Collected by Court. "Fifty-eight of the 195 law violations in Mason City during February were intoxication violations, the regular monthly report made by F. R. Sanford, chief of police to P. F. Hopkins, city manager, showed. Twenty-six unclassified traffic volations were handled by police in addition to nine reckless driving cases. Twenty-two larceny cases and 11 disorderly conduct cases were shown on the report. Fines and forfeitures in police court totaled $1,134.95 for the month. Stolen Property Recovered. A total of $3,813.30 worth of stolen property was recovered. Property reported stolen amounted to $5,375.91. A total of 160 reports and complaints were received of which 158 were disposed of. Two are pending. Five reports were received from outside sources and three unnumbered reports made the total reports filed 168. Lost property recovered during the month amounted to $57u and the ANNOUNCEMENT We have Reduced prices. Have your Car washed wj- or greased . . . f / J C Sumo Quality Work us Before LAPINER MOTOR CO. There Are Styles in Glasses. See DR. H. W. KNUTSON, O. D. ' Over J.- C. Penney Store value of property reported lost was $575. Nine suspected liquor traffic buildings were searched. No evidence was procured from seven of the searchers. Eighteen juvenile cases were handled. Fourteen cases were hoys and four were girls. 45 Films Used. Forty-five films were used and 30 persons photographed and their pictures sent to state and federal bureaus. Thirty photographs were filed. Eighty fingerprints were taken and sent to state and federal bureaus. Nine fingerprint cards were received from outside sources and filed. Four identifications were made by the state bureau and 24 by the national bureau. Twenty-four latent finger prints were powdered and 1G latent finger prints successfully developed.' Seven stolen automobiles were reported solen and five recovered. Two are still pending. YOUR MONEY IS SAFE By R. W. Fischbcck When you buy a New England Mutual policy aa a depository for your savings you are buying more than any single security. You are buying diversification. You h a v e many bonds a n d many m o r t g a g e s -- in scientifically consid- e r e d proportions and-of carefully bal- a n c e d character. You are buying the combined investment skill of the company's financial officers. This skill is not seeking your money to increase their sales, to extend their operations nor to postpone liabilities. Permanence and security of the funds already in possession is mutually important to company and investor. Let Ralph W. 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' --CLARENCE SCHUKICI Permanent Special . . 4 LIMITED TIME ONLY French Cro|iilgnolo waves that positively DO NOT require finger waves. We guarantee our FACIALS to remove blackheads, pimples, and all fncc disorders ROSE'S VINE MOSS GUARANTEE!) TREATMENT For Dandruff, Falling Hair und Across Street South of Postcffice GILBERT'S PHONE 3180- STYLE SHQPPE *.._ $3 DRESS SALE Two days only Thursday and Friday March 5th and 6th. STYLE SHOPPE DRESS SALE Two days only Thursday and Friday March 5th and 6th. DRESS SALE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 5th and 6th Style Shoppe at the corner of State and Federal offers a special two-day $8 dress sale--In this grouping will be forind the newest spring styles. Many of these dresses formerly solil as high as $25. W H E R E S T A T E R 0 S S E S F E D E R A L

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