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April 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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·SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1C BALDRIDGE OUT FOR CONGRESS Ellis of Chariton Drops Out and Gives Support to Bloomfield Man. i , OTTUMWA, '() -- Kenneth F. Baldridge, Bloomfield publisher, ah- nouriced bis candidacy Thursday for the democratic nomination for congress from the fifth district. Shortly before, Lloyd Ellis of Chariton, the democratic nominee in 1932 who ran a close second to the present republican congressman, Lloyd Thurston of Osceola, announced that he was withdrawing as a candidate in favor of Baid- ridge. Ellis said he was withdrawing to unite party forces in the district. Iwo other candidates for the democratic nomination remain in the field. They are George Burdock. Os- Ualoosa mayor, and Andrew Swanson of Chariton. Baldridge, born on a Davis county farm, was graduated from -..the Drake university law college. He has published :the Bloomfield Demcn crat since 1909. In' 1914, he served as president of the Southern Iowa Press association and in 1925-26 as president of the Iowa Press association. ; He also has been a board member, vice president and president of the National Editorial association. During the Wilson administration he served as Bloomfield postmaster, a position he now holds. Two Iowa Brothers Run for Same Office on Different Tickets IOWA CITY, UP)--The political ambitions of the Horst family here run along ' parallel lines,' and two brothers, Phillip and Harry, both know what they want But blood is thicker than water and the brothers will not scrap about it unless it becomes absolutely necessary. Today they filed nomination papers for township constable Philip on the republican ticket, and Harry on the democratic. Since two constables are elected in the township, both men have a chance to win. "We may have to throw a little mud at each other but it will all be in good fun,' 1 they said. The senate is preparing to open hearings on tie tax program. Some of the things being said about it can be heard from here to Washington. -Charleston (W. Va.) Daily Mall Illinois Presidential Candidate Casts Ballot Col Frank Knox, Illinois candidate for the republican presidential nomination, is shown casting his vote In the preferential primaries In Chicago, his home town. (Central Press Kioto) STANDARD OIL PROFITS GAINING Total $30,000,000 After Tax Payment of $81,000,000 Was Made in 1935. CHICAGO--The pamphlet report of Standard Oil Company of Indiana, released to stockholders Thursday, shows this company and its subsidiaries, enjoyed in 1935 the best year's business since 1930. Profits totaled $30,179,895 or $1.98 a share on 15,215,677 sharees outstanding- at the end of the year, as compared with $18,949,680, or $1.25 a share in 1934. Part of the increase is due, the report explains, to-changes in manner of charging expenditures on oil wells and depreciating value of plants, but straight increase in operating profits was responsible for more than half the gain shown. In Strong Condition. As of the end of the year the company had net working capital $170,876,327, including $65,428,- 442 in cash, marketable securities and short-term commercial notes. The ratio of current assets to current liabilities was 6 to 1. The report 'Shows that of a total of $367,086,054 which customers and others paid to Standard and Its subsidiaries in 1935 $67,948,954 went to employes, 5187,347,903 were paid out for raw materials, supplies, and other operating expenses, $81,327,018 were passed on to governments in payment of taxes, and $30,179,895 were earned for stockholders. Tax problem Important. Commenting on the tax problem, Edward G. Seubert, president of the company, states that for several years the oil industry has been objecting to the size of the tax burden piled on Its properties, processes, and products. "The protest has not been due to any inclination to shirk a reasonable share of the task of financing government," he declares, "but to a growing sense of outrage that this one Industry and its customers should be continually called upon to pay new and additional taxes. * "Taxation- of the industry has reached the point where practically as large a share of the results of its production is diverted to sup- jort of government as to compensation of its own workers." FUNERAL FRIDAY FOR MRS, BRACE Widow of Civil War Veteran to Be Buried in Algona; Was W.R.C. Chaplain. WATERLOO, UP)--Mrs. Julia F. Brace, 89, who died here Wednesday of a heart attack, will be buried Friday afternoon at Algona. She was the widow of Sylvester N. Brace, Civil war veteran, and had been state chaplain and national aide to the president of Women's Relief Corps. An early day public school teacher, she was first instructor of the late Jane Addams of Hull House, Chicago. Former Slave Has 37 Children, With Another Expected BROOKSVILLE, Fla., UF--Am- brose H. Douglas, 91 year old Negro, ia the father of 37 children and his wife is an expectant mother. Twice married, Douglas" offspring by his first wife numbered 20 boys and 5 girls, all but two now living. A widower at 72, he married his present wife, Minnie, in 1917 and there have been 12 children, 11 of them living. He was born in slavery at LiUing- ton, N. Car., in 1845- H. B. FAR PER SYSTEM Now Installing N E O N TUBE PLANT Neon Signs Now Made Complete in Mason City ITw mt Dt luza Eiihi Coapf-4t30' \ ^ ^ -^ ^ You will search the world in vain for a more distinctive car CAR at any price looks like a Pontiac-- the most beautiful thing on wheels. 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