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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1943
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Aiai/ti*, AivUAitX 14, HOUSE PASSES 3 MEASURES Debates Beer Reports and Bang's Disease DES MOINES, (#)_The Iowa house settled down to serious business Wednesday by voting to raise the pay of legislative employes, simplify the bookkeeping of wholesale beer distributors' reports to the state tax commission and legalizing municipal ordin- ances requiring Bang's disease inspection of dairy herds. Prolonged debate «accompanied passage of the beer report and Bang's disease measures. AH the measures now go to the senate. * * # The Bang's disease measure passed 97 to 4, with seven members absent, after a controversy over whether such a law might cut down dairy herds at a time when the nation needs all the milk it can g^t and comments by some lawmakers that the safely of the public should come first res-ardless of wliat happened to the cows. * * * .Representative Hom-y Wickman MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE (R.-Malcolm), In introducing the measure, told the house it would only legalize what already has been done in most communities in trie state. Most towns and cities, Wickman said, already have ordinances requiring that tests for Bang's disease be made in all nerds from which milk is sold. Representative George L. Scott CR.-West Union), v/hile declaring that he thought it was a good bill m principle, said that in his opinion this might be "the wrong time to pass such a bill because of the scarcity of milt. This bill would require testing all herds and I Know that if all herds are tested many of the cattle will go to the slaughter house." Representative John R. Gardner (R.-Iisbon) countered with the assertion that it is "better to protect the health o£ the people even if we have to cut down on milk " ¥ * ¥ The act simplifying the reports of wholesale beer distributors was passed 65 to 31 witli 9 members absent, after considerable discussion about whether it might loosen the statutory controls over, such beer dealers. Representative Harold F. Nelson (li.-Sioux City) said the bill was just a clarification measure concerning wholesalers. The measure would eliminate an existing requirement that wholesalers file detailed monthly reports on the persons to whom they sell beer and how much. 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COMPOUND,^ HlMf 16 « :.98c Pkg. 10 GILLETTE Blue BLADES t JERGENS 50c CREAM wifh your purchase of . JERGENS $1 LOTION $1.50 Valuef ISTM 79c i*m 13 BooksT Handy New Match Pack $C 6for25c L 50 BOOK MATCHES Box of 12 Sanitary Napkins "Hell" Costs Job and Fine John A, Nelson, above, a war Plant ordnance foreman In Omaha, Nebr., became irritated when he was haled into court to answer a minor traffic violation charge. In his rage he suddenly leaped to his feet, Save the judge the nazl salute and cried "Hell Hitler!" He was fined 5100 for contempt of court and his employers fired him from his job. U,S. SALES TAX DEBATE LOOMS Robertson'to Re-Offer Method to Raise Funds WASHINGTON, (JP) _ Another :crap over a national retail sales tax--this time with possibly more legislators "on the "pro" side--was assured Wednesday when Representative Robertson (D-Va.) announced he would re-offer this method of raising revenue to help ·sweeten the new $16,000.000,000 :ax kitty proposed by President Roosevelt. \ * * * A member of the tax-framins house ways and means commit' tee which will start consideration of pay-as-you-go and other tax legislation within the next ten days or two weeks, Bobertson said he believed the income tax had reached the saturation point. * * * "If we are to raise another SI6 000,000," he told reporters, "I don't see how we can do it without a sales tax. Income taxes have reached the limit 'of ability to pay "or a great number of people. I don't see how we can go any fur- her on this." ' Robertson was unsuccessful in an effort last year to get the ways and means group to consider a ales tax. The vote then was 13 to . Since then the. committee has undergone some change, with six lev/ democratic members bein* idded only the other day to fill ·aeancies. As last year, Robertson said he vould propose only that the sales ax principle be considered, with he .committee fixing the rates' ance it has agreed to the principle. Advocates h a v e estimated oughly that a 5 per cent levy, vith Government and state pur- "hases exempt, would raise S 11 500,OPO,000. Both houses of congress were in ecess Wednesday. ¥ ¥ * Jumping into the revcnuc- raisiner discussion, proponents at a government-operated lottery declared they would renew their efforts to pass such legislation. Representative Knntson (R.- Minn.) and Representative Sabath D.-1H.) both offered plans which they said would yield the government about a Trillion dollars a year. * * ¥. Members of the ways and means ommittee expressed belief that he Ruml plan and other pay-as- you-go tax collecting proposals esigned to make it easier for in- ividuals to pay the cver-mount- ng taxes to defray war costs vould be given first consideration. Representative C a r l s o n (R.- ians.) who started a round of dis- ussion on the house floor Tuesday vheii he advocated a plan to shift axes from past to current income, aid later he understood the treas- ry was working on a plan of its wn as was the joint congressional ntcrnal revenue committee. ohannes Is Named loor Leader for )emos at Assembly DES MOINES, f/P)--Democratic members of the 50th .Iowa general ssembly held their first partv aucus of the session Wednesday. Senator A. E. Augustine (D.-Os- aloosa) said the only official usiness transacted was selection f Representative W. 3. Johannes p.-Ashtpn) as house floor leader. !e said this was considered advis- ble because some of the 10 demo- ratic members of the house are ewcomers to the legislature. Joannes is attending his fifth leg- lative session. Augustine 'said that the five enate democrats have functioned -ithout formal selection of a floor eader for the last two or three ession. Jake More of Harlan, chairman f the democratic state central ommutee, met with the legisla- tors. The caucus session took the form of a breakfast. "We did something the republicans can't do," Augustine said. 'We had a woman at our caucus and we didn't have to take a committee clerk, either." He referred to Mrs. Mae A. Lynch, the new representative from Focahontas, who is the first woman to sit in either house ol the Iowa legislature since retirement of Mrs. Isabel Elliott of Bronson two years ago. Buy War Savings Bonds- and Stamps from your Globe -Gazette carrier boy. STEVENSONS ANNUAL REDUCTIONS CLOTH COATS $ 16 $ 26 Vf SPORT COATS DRESS COATS FUR TRIMMED COATS Values to 39.50 Exceptional values! Many are 100% · wools! All colors and sizes. CLEARANCE of QUALITY Fur COATS $ - $ 110 CONEYS SKUNK, OPOSSUM, SEAL1NES* MENDOZAS You must see them to appreciate the values! All fine quality furs, drastically reduced for clearance! * Dyed Coney DRASTIC REDUCTIONS DRESSES Values to jy^OFF 22.50 WOOLS CREPES Novelty FABRICS Smart styles to \vear now and through the spring. AH colors and sizes. Sheer! Hosiery Clearance! HATS Slightly i r r e g u l a r rayons. New colors. Sizes 8Vi to 10'/j 89c value Many smart styles all colors. RACK SILK GOWNS AND ROBES -- JACKETS AND NEGLIGEES. PRICE 08 Silk, Wool, Novelty DRESSES */^ PRICE 15 ALL, %VOOL COATS Furred and Plain BARGAINTABLE Shirts, Blouses, Sweaters, Gowns Values to 4.00 ROBES, LINGERIE PAJAMAS OFF 55 Beautiful Suits REDUCED SWEATERS Slightly Soiled Values to 2.98..

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