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April 4, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

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f'OtJR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 4 1934 FIX RULES FOR TAX QUESTIONS State Board Says Written Request Must Be Made to Get Answer. DES MOINES, April 4. C3P--The state board of assessment and review will answer no more questions on the retail sales tax unless upon written request 'and with accompanying data. John W. Foster, senior member of the board, said this decision had been reached to avoid confusion and not to curb inquiries. He pointed out that rulings and regulations would be issued from tune to time, adding i Explains fully the mar- L velous WUlurd Treatment * which has brought amazing relief to thousands. Willard's is designed i for relief of Stomach or i Duodenal Ulcer*, Cat- tineu. Poor Digeition, Sour or Upiet Stomach, .cid Dytpeptif, Bloating, heartburn,Constipation,Bed Breath, Slteplettnett, fear Appetite, Headaches, due to Exceti Acid. Ask about Willard's 15-Day Trial Offer and Money-Back Agreement. Casey Drug Co. H 335 S. FEDERAL PHONE 291 that any tax erroneously paid or exacted would be promptly corrected by the board. The board announced adoption of the following rules on both informal and other inquiries: The transaction must be completed and not merely a proposition or plan. The complete facts relating to the transaction, together with abstracts of contracts, or other documents, if any, necessary to present the complete facts must be submitted. Names of all of the real parties interested (not dummies used in the transaction) must be stated. No hypothetical transaction will be considered. Questions calling for a ruling, informal or otherwise, must be submitted in writing. Mclntire School Faculty Is Re-elected Next Year McINTIRE, April 4.--The teaching force at Mclntire school has been re-elected, all except one, for the corning school year. P. D. Liddle, supt, band teacher, Mr. Flemings, assistant principle, Mrs. Edna Staley, seventh and eighth grades, Arthur Mahaffey, fifth and sixth grades vacant, third and fourth grades, Miss Moan and first and second, Miss DeEtta Johnson. A. S. Beckman Is Rehired as Corwith Town Marshal CORWITH, April 4.--A. S. Beckman was rehired town marshal and street commissioner with a raise in salary at a meeting of the town council Tuesday night. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $7,005 on hand with an outstanding indebtedness for the town of ?8,000, 51,500 of which will be paid May 1. Following the council meeting, the officers met in a board of review and approved Assessor F. J. Bush's books. Mrs. Rohrs is teasing appetites at the Globe-Gazette free Cooking School Thursday and Friday Sessions Will Be Extremely Interesting Mrs. Kohrs is demonstrating the proper use of the latest. kitchen equipment . . . showing the newest "wrinkles" in the preparation of easy, economical meals . . . and is giving many new hints for making homes more efficient and attractive. Doors open and musical program at 1 p. m. daily. Gifts each day. These Firms Are in the School American Beet Sugar Co. Blancbard's Jewelry Carrie-Van Ness Co. Damon's, Inc. Jacob E. Decker Sons John Gallagher, Inc. Cart Grupp Food Market Hermanson Bros. Dairy E. B. Higley Co. Iowa State Brand Creameries. Inc. Iowa Tea Company Jaques Manufacturing Co. K. C. Baking Powder Kemble's Greenhouse Klipto Loose Leaf Co. La Choy Food Products, Inc. La Choy Chc( Suey and Chow Mein Letts Spencer Smith Co. O. K. Lundberg Co, Lyons Launderers Dry Cleaners ' Mason City Baking Co. Mason City Bottling Co. Mason City Hardware Co. Michael Drug Company Mler Wolf Sons Morton Salt Company Morton Salt Myerg Beauty Studio Northwest Savings Bank Peoples Gas Electric Co. Pfaff Baking Company Plllsbury Flour Mills Co. Plllsbury ; s Best Flour Pillsbury's Cake Flour ·J. C. Puth Company Salada Tea Company, Inc. Salflda Tea The Creamette Company Creamettes Vance Music Company VETO ACTION PUT IN FALSE LIGHT, SAYS E. A, HAYES Claim That Those Not Injured in War Get Lion's Share Branded False. INDIANAPOLIS, April 4.--The claim that a hundred million dollars out of the amount involved in the recent over-riding of the presidential veto is going to be given to veterans with non-service connected disabilities was branded a vicious falsehood by Edward A. Hayes, national commander of the American Legion, in a statement issued here today. "Our organization," he said, "is pleased that the justified compensation has been restored by law to disabled World war veterans, but the Legion resents such statements as the one carried in a press dispatch of March 28 as follows: Called ''Palpably Unfair." "The overriding of the veto means that approximately $90,000,000 to $100,000,000 will be returned to World-war and Spanish American war veterans annually, without review of their cases to determine whether their disabilities were of service origin." "It is palpably unfair to include in ie above anything pertaining to World war veterans except an estimate of less than $10,900,000, because all the balance pertaining to World war veterans refers to veterans whose disabilities have been iroved and admittedly are of direct service origin. The statement, therefore, classifies all the disabled as jresumptive when only 29,258 of the World war veterans affected are now in that category. The review joards, last summer and fall, acknowledged that all the others heretofore in the presumptive class, had satisfied the new rulings requiring that they show their disabil- '.ties were caused directly by service. Service Connection Proved. "Of the stated total, less, than $43,000,000 will go to World war veterans. "Approximately $31,308,000 of the 543,000,000 will be for restoring service connected compensation to admittedly service disabled back to what it was prior to March 20,1933. "The veteran who was rated as a service connected case who received 550 on March 19, 1933, will receive J50, under the new law, unless and until the veteran's administration re-examines, him and places him in a different degree of disability .rating. "The World war veteran who was left off the rolls last summer, by the review board, will receive 75 per cent of what he was paid on March 19, 1933, until and unless the government shows that his disability was not due .to service, or, re-examines him and places him in a different degree of disability rating. His status for such compensation will be permanent so long as bis disability remains the same. Smallest Item of Bill. "The expenditure provided for the World war veterans is the smallest item of the measure passed. The bulk of the total for World war veterans goes to service disabled from whom no American citizen desired any money taken at any time. The measure restores an estimated $31,308,000 to that class of veterans. "Of the World war veterans in the presumptive category -- the some 29,000 who receive 75 per cent of their former compensation--90 are nervous, shell-shock, insane or tubercular cases. The additional money provided for them will not reach the official estimate of $10,900,000 because some of them have died, neglected and destitute, during the last year." Emmetsburg Man's Thumb Is Caught m Gas Engine EMMETSBURG, April 4.--The thumb of Matt Conway, farmer living six miles northeast of Emmetsburg, was almost severed from his left hand, and he received other injuries when his hand was caught in a. gasoline engine at his "farm Tuesday morning. PLANE CRASHES IN IOWA AH that was left of the army mall plane'In which Lieut. Thnrman A. Woods, carrying a load of 500 pounds of mail from Chicago crashed to his death near DeWltt, Iowa, is shown here. It was necessary to pull the wreckage away with a tractor before Woods' crushed body could bo recovered. (Associated Press Photo). Mrs. Gottleib Seibold of Faulkner Succumbs FAULKNER, April' 4.--Mrs. Gottleib Seibold, SO, died Tuesday morning at her home, three miles northwest of Faulkner after a brief illness of pneumonia. She is survived by two sons, Will and Charles, at home and two daughters, Mts. Mary Graff, Napanee, Nebr., and Mrs. Lizzie Lenius, Frazee, Minn. Mrs. Seibold had resided at her farm home continuously for the past 52 years. Mrs. Miller, Titonka, to Be Buried Thursday TITONKA, April 4. -- Funeral services for Mrs. Samuel Miller, 59, who died Monday evening at her home northeast of Titonka, will be held Thursday at the Ramsey Reformed church with the Rev. Calvin Schnucker in charge. Mrs. Miller had been sick.for more than a year. Mr. Schnucker and R. H. Janssen of Titonka left for Illinois Monday to attend, a church convention. On account of the death of Mrs. Miller they were called back. Many Are Entertained in Homes at Belmond 'BELMOND, April 3.--Mr/ and Mrs. Ralph Larson and daughter, Marlys, spent the Easter weekend with relatives in New Richland, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carlson of Des Moines were Easter guests in the home of Mrs. Carlson's Mother, Mrs. Elsie Johnson. Guests in the Dr. H. L. Gowdy home were their daughter Harriet, who teaches in the Coulter school, and Vernou Brandes of Waterloo. Miss Virginia Anfinson of Fort Dodge spent the week-end at the Fred D. Fulton home and with friends; Mrs. Howard Wolle and daughter Joan of Minnesota Lake, Minn, returned Monday after spending the past week in the W. H. Wolle home, Mr. and Mrs. Wolle also entertained Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk of Algona. Hoyt Klemme who attends Parson college at Fairfield was at the R. H. Klemme home; Miss Muriel Luick who teaches in the school at Palmer spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Ella Luick; and Miss Wilma Trumbell who teaches at Postville came to spend Easter and a week of vacation at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wright "How We Got That Way" --by Wyatt Started 1C WOW TUt- IDE-A Of- THE- TfNT ORIG.INATt-0 Henkel's Ready Mixed Concrete is made of "Ideal" washed sand and gravel and Mason City made Portland Cement. Remember, quality counts! HENKEL'S READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 2626 Two Grease 160 Chickens After Greasing for Lice NASHUA, April 4.--Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zwanziger spent several hours Friday night dipping the legs of 160 chickens in a mixture of kerosene, water and soap, to rid them of lice, hut when they looked over their flock the next morning they were all sick being burned on the breast, under the wings, and legs, some of the kerosene getting on to the feathers. It kept absorbing and spreading upward. They then spent several more hours greasing them, to alleviate their burns. HOT TIRE--SO HOT IT IS ORIGIN OF FIRE IN PLYMOUTH PLYMOUTH, April 4.--Charles Molesberry, manager of the Farm- :rs' elevator at PIraouth, drove home from Mason City after 6 o'clock Tuesday night and noticed, as he crossed the railroad tracks into town, that the rear right tire had gone flat. Because the tire was old, he did not stop to change it, but drove on to the elevator and left the car in the driveway of the building. When he got out of the car, he noticed that the fabric of the tire had broken out, so did not even bother to pull it off but went on to supper. About 8:20 o'clock a neighbor called and said he thought a fire had started at the elevator. Mr. Molesberry rushed over to investigate. Another person headed up town noticed something wrong and arrived at the same time as Mr. Molesberry. When they got inside, they found the flat tire on Mr. Molesberry's car a circle of flame. One turned in the fire alarm and the other got out a small chemical tank and with the assistance that soon came the fire was put out with no damage to the elevator. The car was damaged considerably. Colflesh to Speak to Fayette County Vets WESTGATE, April 4.--A joint meeting of the Fayette county American Legion and auxiliary will be held here Friday evening. Robert Colflesh, past state commander, will give an address. Rudd Arrowhead Museum to Be Opened April 29 RUDD, April 4.--Preparations are being made to open the Arrowhead museum Sunday, April 29. Several new and interesting specimens have been added to the collection and the interior of the building has been rearranged to accommodate better the public. Show cases have been taken out and wall cabinets have been put in, giving the relics much better display. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS GIVEN Many in North Iowa Among Those Handed Down in Des Moines. DBS MOINES, April 4. (£)--The following North Iowa opinions were handed down by the state supreme court Tuesday: L. W. Broullk, petitioner, vs. Judge A. J. Henderson, et al, respondent. Hardin county, Judge O. J. Henderson. Proceedings in certiorari. Writ annulled. Opinion by Claussen. Independent school district of Waukon vs. Citizens State bank of Waukon, et al., John J. Arnold, appellant. Allamakee county. Judge C. W. Reed. Judgment against surety upon depository bond. Affirmed. Opinion by Evans. Winnebago Case Affirmed. Matter of guardianship of John K. Arrak, M. O. Bakken, appellant. Winnebago county, Judge T. A, Beardmore. Sustaining objections to guardian's report. Affirmed. Opinion by Albert. L. A. Andrews as receiver, appellant, vs. Walter and Harriet Ingvoldstad, Winneshiek county, Judge W. L. Eichendorf. Judgment for defendant in action on promissory note. Reversed. Opinion by Kindig. Merchants National bank of Cedar Rapids vs. Judge O. J. Henderson, et al. Hardin county, Judge O. J. Henderson. Denial of plea to transfer case involving suit on bank stock assessment. Writ annulled. Opinion by Claussen. Upheld In Winneshiek. Clare E. Welch et al., appellants, vs. Judge H. E. Taylor and Bankers' Life company. Winneshiek county, Judge H. E. Taylor. Certiorari against transfer of case. Writ sustained. Opinion by Done gan. H. O. and Sara A. Chambers, appellants, vs. First State Bank and Trust company of Fort Dodge; L. A. Andrews as manager. Kossuth county, Judge C. A. Heald. Subjecting certain pigs to terms of chattel mortgage. Affirmed. Opinion by Kindig. . Equitable Life Assurance society of U. S. vs. William and Anna Kramer, defendants; Collins Mortgage company, appellant. Chickasaw county, Judge T. H. Goheen. Denying application for extension of time for mortgage redemption. Affirmed. Opinion by Evans. West Union and Cresco Park Areas Inspected WEST UNION, April 4.--Mrs. Henry Frankel of Des Moines, member of the state board of conservation, visited West Union Tuesday to inspect the new scenic preserve area which was recently accepted by the board. Leaving here Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Frankel expected to visit an area at Cresco which is tinder consideration for park purposes. Holding Fourth Lesson. NEW HAMPTON, April 4.--Miss Harriet Cookingham of Ames ir holding the fourth lesson on horn' management in Chickasaw countj this week. On Thursday a meeting for New Hampton township will be held at the public library, here. On Friday a meeting will be held for Bradford township women at the Albert Brookings home, Nashua. Visitor From Minneapolis. LAKE MILLS--Miss Ruth Beck Jordan, employed in a Beauty shop in Minneapolis, is spending her Easter vacation with her mother Mrs. Carl Beckjordan. 5 Million in Iowa Road Bonds Will Be Called in on May 1 DES MOINES, April 4. UP)-- Vbout $15,237,000 in Iowa primary oad bonds will be called for payment May 1 by county treilsurers nder the state primary road bond efunding program authorized by Charles City, West Union and Algona Included in Tour of Haig, Fort Dodge FORT DDDGE, April 4.--Talks scheduled in North Iowa by Vern Haig, candidate for governor, include Algona, May 8, on the subject of "Horses;" Charles City, May 9, "Machinery," and West Union, May 10, 'Sportsmanship." Subjects on which he will speak in other parts of the state include "Hogs, Porcine and Human," "Newspapers'," "Good "Seed," ."Railroads," "Capitol and Capital," "Peace," "Sheep," "Politicians," "Cattle," "Booze" and "To the Ladies!' Mrs. Kruger, Riceville, Hurt When Hit by Auto RICEVILLE, April 4.--Mrs. E. Kruger is resting at her home after being struck by a car belonging to Arthur Minnis and driven by his son, Saturday evening. Mrs. Kruger ·was badly shaken up but apparently suffered no broken bones. TOMORROW A SPECIAL SALE New Spring HATS Straws - Fabrics Felts Values to 54.95 If you haven't bought your Spring Hat. now is your opportunity. Over 100 Smart Hats of the season in this low priced sale. Black - Brown - Navv - All Colors the recent assembly session, records showed today. Bonds which are called are not yet due but are payable and are being retired from the proceeds of refunding bond issues. Bonds of 50 counties are being called for payment. Go to Iowa City. PROTIVIN--Mrs. George KostXa and daughter, Arlean, motored to Iowa City. TOMORROW The most exciting Sale of the year AND SPRING DRESS SALE Values to 825 Get Ready! All you value and style minded women and misses of Mason City and vicinity. Here's the kind of an event you have been waiting for. Over 150 Silk Dresses, Printed Dresses, Wool and Knitted Dresses--all new spring styles. All VALUES far beyond your greatest expectations. COME! INVESTIGATE! COMPAKE! BUY! ALSO AN AMAZING BETTER DRESS SALE AT PRICE About 60 Better Spring Dresses are offered at 1/2 Price. Crepes, Prints, Wools, in jacket styles, tailored styles and Sunday Nite styles. Each an individual model. Originally S22.75 to S39.75 NOW $11.38 to §19.38 · * . - * . - * - ^ - « - - ^ - * - A A A A A . A, ^fc J*Jt~*~f

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