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May 9, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

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.-1 TWO TURNER LASHES IOWA SALES TAX Claims Gross Income Tax Is to Interests of "Big Business." DECORAH, May 9.--Dan Turner, former governor of Iowa, and candidate for the republican nomination, speaking here yesterday styled the sales tax a "nuisance" tax, and stated that the- proposed gross income tax was to the interest of "big" businessmen, not to the interest of the rank and file of the people. The gross sales tax, would be, in his judgment, "political bunk," and would cost the state 25 per cent of the amount collected to administer it. Speaking of taxes, Mr. Turner stated he was the first candidate for governor four years ago to go out and fight for the reduction of taxes. Another improvement suggested by the republican candidate for gov ernor was lower interest rates. HI expressed the opinion that the fed eral government should furnish loans to home and farm owners a small interest rates, possibly 2 pe cent and that the governmen should get behind the farmer an give him a chance to pay for hi J-ome and farm, and make an.effor to give him back his purchasin power. "The"' biggest problem." continue the former governor, "is to return this purchasing power to th farmer, to reduce his taxes, to rais . his price level, to get the farme to stay on his land, to bring low back, and to put agriculture bac on a oar with other industries." The" former governor spoke las evening at West Union. Rites for Mrs. Abbas, Pioneer of Kanawha, Conducted at Church KANAWHA, May 9--£ une '. 1 i 1 services for Mrs. Serend Abbas, 88, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Kanawha C h r i s t i a n Reformed church with the Rev. D. H. Plesscher in charge of the services. Burial was made in the Kanawha r r s a s , pioneer o f Hancock county, migrated with her husband to America from Germany m 18(4. First they settled at Abbot's cross- mg in Grtndy Center but shortly afterward moved to a farm near bout years ago they retired and lived in their Kanawha home until the death of Mr. Abbas five vears ago. Since then Mrs. Abbas £ve? X to children, George , Mrs. Harm Bpckholt and .Mrs. · . ; all ot . K ? ^ h a - . Commander of Iowa Disabled Veterans CEDAR RAPIDS, May 9. Abraham Pilcer was elected state commander of the disabled Ameri can veterans of the -World war as the state convention of the group ended here last night. Pilcer has been commander of the Cedar Rap ids chapter for two years. Dr. S. H. Shulkin of Sioux City was elected senior vice commander Henry W. Thomas of Council Bluffs junior vice-commander; Eddie Bleg eled of Des Moines was re-electe adjutant; Frank H. Moeser of CUn ton, treasurer; Dr. Frank Day o Clinton chaplain; Albert C. Arm ' strong of Burlington, historian an Joseph Duquette of Des Moines, se geant at arms. Ottumwa American mon Post Winner Legic of History Contest INDIANAPOLIS, Hid., May 9. UP) --The Oscar B. Nelson post No. 3 of Ottumwa, Iowa, has been awarded first prize in the national post history contest of the American Legion Thomas M. Owen, Jr., of Montgomery, Ala., national historian has announced. Walter McClain is historian of the Ottumw- post Honorable mention without preference was awarded Forest City "post No. 121, Forest City, Iowa and four others. Meachem, 59, Former j Bekond Man, Buried BELMOND, May 9.--Funeral and burial services for George Meachem. 59, former local resident, who died at his home in Buckingham, Colo., were held at the home of his sister. Mrs. George Jenison Monday afternoon and at the Belmond cemetery. The Rev. S. U. Leinbach officiated. Mr Meachem came here six weeks ago from Chicago where he had been for medical aid, to attend the funeral of his daughter, Violet. Three weeks ago he returned to Colorado. He leaves hia wife, three children and two sisters. Mrs. George Jenison and Mrs. .Clara Jenison of Belmond. Eagle Grove Church Will Be Wilson Funeral Home EAGLE GROVE, May 9.--L. E. Wilson, undertaker, purchased the Episcopal church building on corner of Broadway and Iowa avenue, and plans to remodel it into a funeral home. The church was built about 25 years ago, and has been supplied by a rector from Mason City until a few years ago when services were iliscontinued. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 9 m 1934 o.e. Wards summer shoes have a Lot of Punch · o -..-· -. THE TIRE GUARANTEE YOU WOULD WRITE YOURSELF ONLY 4 MORE DAYS $1.98 BEFORE TIRE PRICES GO UP! pair C O ' / o o- o e; Style punch! They're the smartest looking shoes ever! Punched leather! The newest in pattern designing for summer! A cool, clever idea! White operas, sandals, ties--black ties too. 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