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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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8 TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1945 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Solons Face Major Proposals 1TTE INCOME TAX TO BE GIVEN STUDY War Measures First;' Then Postwar Plans Des Moines, (/P)_lo\ya legisla tors will have to deal with more major proposals at the forlhcom ing 51st general assembly than a any . session for many years, the Iowa taxpayers association said Tuesday in a survey covering pro posed legislation likely to be pre Eented. One of the 1st questions tha should be settled is whether the state income t a x should return automatically to full schedule, be again temporarily fixed at half rates, or be revised permanently the association said. "The present I o w a schedules are-generally considered unreasonably heavy on the people leas able to pay, and therefore a revision of schedules would seem tc be due," the organization asserted One of the 1st bills to be introduced, it continued, proposes schedules of 1 per cent on the'Is 51,000 income, 1% per cent on the 2nd $1,000, 1% per cent on the 3rd, 2 per cent on the 4th, 2V. per cent on the 5th, and 3 per cen on all income over $5,000 with present exemptions. The associa tion reported that its study of thi: bill;indicated it would produce a much as or slightly more than thi present 50 per cent payments. "If we had the privilege of of ferine just 1 suggestion to the 51s general assembly it would be tc give the right of way and ful precedence to measures that wil curtail activities other than thosi which help win the war," the as socialion asserted, "and postpom all but the obvious proposals tha might,, be labeled postwar plans. "A construction program woulc of course come 1st among thos .things that can now be decidec without danger of changes tha might make advance decision in advisable." As to the interim committe proposal that -money be set asid to modernize and make addition to state institutions, the associ ation expressed belief that effor will be made early in the session to get approval for these allot ments. 'It is a well known fact tha for more than 20 years there has been accumulating; a raaintenanc deficit in t h e s e plants, to sa nothing of needed exnansion/'-th - association said. The proposa also was seen as a postwar pro sram that appeared to offer th most practical employment pro cram of needed improvements. As '-.to the'recommendations o the-.Iowa : school 'code commission the association referred to its : re cent study of C a s s county an pointed out that city and town in dependent and consolidated dis tricts would receive aid ayerag ing the equivalent of 6.99 mills property tax, while township an . rural independents would get aii equal to a property tax slightlv . less than 1.2 mills, out of a tola proposed expenditure of m o r than 4 mills on all the propertj of the state. In view of the fact Iowa's share of the bonus and benefit appro priations already made by con gress for returning service peopli is some $80,000,000 the associatioi . said, it considered it unlikely tha added bonuses will be given, bu expressed a feeling that the $501 property tax exemption already in force for World war I veteran^ will be extended to veterans o the present war. MISSING SAILOR IS JAP PRISONER Northwood--Mr. and Mrs. Aage 'Eskildsen received a letter from their son, Leo Eskildsen, who is n prisoner of the Japanese and from whom they had had no word for over a year. He was taken prisoner while on submarine duty in the Pacific last January. He was officially reported miss- ·ing in action at that time and in April was reported to be a prisoner of the Japanese government. Mr. and Mrs. Eskildsen have 2 other sons in the service and daughter. Leo stated he was in good health and had enough clothing. Road Committee for Chickasaw Appointed New Hampton -- Henry Maschmeyer, president of the Chickasaw county Farm Bureau, has appointed a roads committee to cooperate with the state Farm Bureau and Iowa state highway commission. Members of the committee are: D. F. Moine of Nashua, chairman; Albert Tenge of North Washington and Charles Pett of Fredericksburg. PILOT SUSSING Algona -- Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, received government notice that their youngest son, Lt. Tom Kohlhaas, 20, had been missing m action over Germany since Nov. 30. He was a pilot of a Flying Fortress. C LJ^-" 5fc666 ENJOYS LEAVE--Dale Conklin, who was recently promoted from warrant officer to chief warrant officer in the navy, is enjoying a leave with Ms wife and 2 SODS here and with his parents at Goodell. He came from the east coast and his wife met him at Ames. 2 CARS DAMAGED ON ICY HIGHWAY 9 Persons Shaken in Crash at Northwood Manly -- When Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hendrickson and friends were on their way to Northwood Sunday evening their car was badly damaged when one driven by O. P. Jacobson of Northwood went out of control on the icy roads and crashed into it about a mile south of Northwood. The 6 occupants of the Hendrickson car were severely shaken. The front end of the car was smashed and the engine put out of commission. There were 3 persons in the other car which was also damaged. The occupants were unhurt. The Hendrickson car is in a garage for repairs. ed Frank Hamilton, 28, Charles City, suffered a possible fractured ton. He is a patient in St Joseph's hospital here. Buyers Pay $15,000 for 64 Cattle New Hampton -- A purebred Hereford cattle sale here grossed ;i5,000. The cattle were owned by Brown and St. Clair of Ionia. Sixty-four head of cattle were sold. A buyer from Montana paid Sl,13a, §1,000 and S750 for 3 cows. A bull was sold for- $650 to a Conrad man. Kenneth McGregor of Nashua purchased 6 cows; Einer LaHaugh Ted Zimmer, Herman Schroeder Jon McFarland and J. M. O'Hol- eran, all of New Hampton, also purchased livestock. Buyers from Minnesota, Wisconsin. Illinois and Missouri also bought. * CORWITH YOUTH AIDS AIR FORCE Sgt. Arnold Hiese as Crew teader Praised An 8th Air Force Bomber Station, England -- Sgt. Arnold P. Hiese, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hiese, of Corwith.lowa, is an assistant crew chief with the 92nd bombardment group, which recently celebrated its 2nd year of aerial combat over Europe. His wife,- Mrs. Jean S. Hiese, also resides in Corwith. Sgt. Hiese is one of .the men who work day and night, often in rain, sleet, snow and cold, supervising the repairing and servicing o£ the Flying Fortresses of this veteran group, the oldes't fortress group in the Eighth Air Force. It has been men such as Sgt. Hiese who have enabled this group to send a record number of bombers over Germany on more than 200 combat missions during the past 2 years. - ' Sgt. Hiese is well qualified for his job, having attended aircraft school at Amarillo,, Texas, and the Boeing school at Seattle, Wash., b e f o r e arriving overseas 15 months ago. He attended Corwith high school, arid was employed by the Boeing plant, Wichita, Kans., before joining the armed forces 2 years ago. CORN MOISTURE HALTS CRIBBING Only One Crib Sealed So Far in Chickasaw New Hampton -- Only one crib of 1944 corn in Chickasaw county has been sealed, E. A. Breitbach, AAA chairman said Monday. Several more cribs have been approved but not sealed. The average crib of corn has a moisture content of 23 to 24 per cent, Breitbach said. The maximum for a 7 foot crib is 20.5 per cent moisture and for an 8 foot crib, one per cent less. Official sealers in Chickasaw county are Leo J. Collins of Lawler and FJmer Hassman o£ New Hampton. : Here · There ·' Gamer -- Mr. and Mrs ; i Elmer Hansen of Duluth, MinnV visitec with relatives in Garner. They returned to Duluth Sunday and planned to stop over in Minneapolis for a visit with their daughter who is attending school in Minneapolis. IOWAN MISSING IN JUGOSLAVIA Sgt. Pedersen Fails to Return From Mission Algona--Mrs/ Marie Pedersen, was notified officially Friday that her youngest son,' T. Sgt Richard Pedersen, is missing in action over Yugoslavia. Richard 'was a radio operator on a bomber and had been overseas since October, 1944, and in service since June, 1943. He has 2 brothers in service, ""v^jT" TM r- TT /·* j sitrs^srsSr-ssss TMTM^ ^ gs? Kenneth Pedersen, 23, in the south Pacific. Both, entered service in March, 1941. A third brother, Lt. Arne Pedersen, was killed while on a training mission over England, Feb. 2, 1944 NO AlfOOEATHS IN COUNTY IN '44 New Hampton--For the first time in 7 years, Chickasaw county had no auto fatalities during 1944 George C. Murray, sheriff report- exercises of their daughter anc sister, Millie Jean, at Iowa City where she received her B. A. degree. Brislow--Pvt. Calvin Folkerts, who has been in an army camp in Texas for several months, completed a 4 day furlough with his parents here. He left for Kansas City and from there will.be sent to a camp in Maryland. Mclntire--Mr. and Mrs. Lloyc Nelson and son or Minneapolis are visiting,the parental T. Eastman home and with the.latter's aunt Mrs. Robert Elwood and-husband Acfeley -- Carroll Heetland. a student at the University of Dubuque is home for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Heetland. Kensett--Word has reached the neck Saturday night when his home of Mr. and Mrs. Halph Col- truck upset near North Washing- by from the war department that ton. He is a patient in St Josenh's their son. Charles was ctipMl-o- Aged Resident Dies at New Hampton Home New Hampton -- Mrs. Dora Klatt, 8-5, died Sunday. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday at St. Paul's Lutheran church with the Rev. Theodore Fritschel, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Klatt was born in Cook county, II]., Dec. 11, 1860, daugh- ,f ° £ , Mr. and Mrs. Christian Mandel. In 1880 she married Herman Klatt in Chicago and they ame to Chickasaw county in 881. He died in 1921. She was preceded in death by 2 daughters. Surviving are 3 children: A. C. tlatt and Mrs. A. C. Blatti. both ^f aew Hampton, and Mrs. Emilie lUthnecht of Hudson. their son, Charles, was slightly wounded somewhere in Italy. Popejoy--Clayton Conner who has been stationed at Weingarten, Mo., for several months, an'ived 'Saturday for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Conner and Kermit Conner. Dougherty--Pfc. Donald Littig, stationed at Greenville, S. Car army air base, spent a 15-day fur lough with relatives here. Kanawha--About 75 relatives and friends attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Raber at the Methodist church parlors Thursday evening. Their only child, Donald, is in overseas service and was unable to attend. Basse tt--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trusty of Waverly were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Channer and Mrs 1 . Henrietta Draves homes. Wesley--Mrs. Ivan Johnson, nee Mildred Funnemark, was honored at post - n u p t i a l miscellaneous shower at the Congregational church parlors Thursday. Thornton -- Mrs. Walter Neuberger is a patient at Mercy hospital in Mason City where she submitted to a major operation. Ridsreway--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Albertson are the parents of a daughter born at the Decorah hospital Dec. 27. Mclntire -- Cadet Nurse Joy Kinter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Kinter, spent a few days with her parents. She is training in a hospital at Minneapolis. Manly--Mrs. B. F. Rock is at her home in Manly after spending several weeks at Moline, 111., where she was caring for a sister Kensett -- Mr. and Mrs. Chris Stromley are parents of a boy born Dec. 22 at a Mason City hospital. Latimer -- Mr. and Mrs. John Kenning of Waterloo visited this week with her pareits, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schomburg. RETURNS TO DUTY -- CpL Merle Mensch, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mensch of Manly, left for Jefferson Barracks, Mo., for reassignment after spending 6 weeks with his parents. He has spent 25 months in the Panama Canal zone. GOLD DECEMBER ENDS WITH SNOW Over 16 Inches Cover «Ground; None Melted Iowa Falls -- The temperature for December in the Iowa Falls vicinity averaged 17 degrees. This is approximately 5 degrees below the average for the month. A low of 22 degrees below zero was recorded on the 26th, and the highest reading of the month was 3G degrees .on the 4th. Total precipitation for the month was 1.65 inches; snowfall amounted to 16.25 inches, and none of it Melted. ' Ten days of the month were clear, 13 cloudy, and 8 partly- cloudy. Sub-zero temperatures were recorded 12 days during the month. There are only a few scattered fields of corn, and most of the hemp has been delivered to the mill. Because of the continued cold of the month heavy feeding for livestock was necessary. Lake Folks Prepare for Winter Fun Ventura -- A 90-foot toboggan slide has been built -on the hill southeast of the schodlhouse with a long runway on.Jo the lake. Steps have been built for climbing the hill. A large ^skating rink has also been cleared and a wanning house moved in. Lights have been in- stalled'at the top of the toboggan for the skating rink. This project was promoted by the community and several donations have already been received toward the expense. A large crowd was on hand Sunday and several parties are being planned Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations GREENE-- The Hall's Grove Aid society was to meet Tuesday at the farm home .of Mrs. Barrel! Kingery. ROCKWELL-- The United Service Women's unit will meet Wednesday evening at the high school. RIDGEWAY-- The Orleans Lutheran Ladies' Aid society chose the following officers for the vear: President. Mrs. Hannah Hovey; vice president, Mrs. Mahlon Hovey; secretary', Mrs. Rupert Gardner; treasurer, Mrs. Otto Midthus. IOWA FALLS-- St. Katharine's Guild of St. Matthew's Episcopal church will meet with Miss. Ida Came Thursday evening. LYLE,' Minn.-- Mrs. Galen Martin will be hostess to the Minne- reka Ladies' Aid at her home Friday afternoon. GARNER-- The 4-H girls' leader training school scheduled for Jan. 11 has been postponed. A date for this meeting will be announced later. HUDD-- Fellowship night will be observed Thursday at the Methodist church with supper at 6:45, followed by moving pictures of Palestine, by Doctor Wesley Belling of Charles City LATIMER-- The Vf. S. C S of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. F. Martin. LATIMER-- The Marion Center Evangelical arid Reformed Ladies' Aid society elected the following officers: Mrs. D. H. Dohrmann, vice-president, and Mrs. Julius Hoyer treasurer. The president Mrs. Herman Schermer and secretary, Mrs. Lester Muhlenbruck will serve another year. GREENE -- T h e Presbyterian women's society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. G. MacLeod. NEW HAMPTON-- T h e Re- aekah's elected the following officers: Mrs. Ethel Peters, noble grand; Mrs. Ella Grove, vice grand; Mrs. Zella Hibbs, secretary- Mrs. Clara Vicfc, treasurer; Mrs' Myrtle Gustafson, trustee. -- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Michals visited at Austin, Minn. HERE ARE OUTSTANDING VALUES! BUY NOW FOR YOUR WINTER NEEDS. STEVENSONS FEATURE SPECIAL SAVINGS FOR YOU! SAVE %. i/j y 2 FOREMOST IN VALUE FURS REAL BUYS IN BEAUTIFUL FURS .. .GOOD STYLES... FINE TAILORING AND LININGS ... DON'T MISS THESE VALUES! 12 MONTHS TO PAY TWO GREAT VALUE GROUPS CONEYS NORTHERN SEALS CARACUL'S OPOSSUM PLUS TAX CARACULS SABLE DYED GONEYS NORTHERN SEALS CARACUL PAWS PLUS TAX SMART STYLES IN WOOL MARVELOUS VALUES IN Winter COATS D R E S S E S Each one a favorite at these special low prices! Crepes, wools, and jerseys . 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