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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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MAY 10 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THIRTEEN SHORT SCORES TAXING SYSTEM Tells Charles City Audience Government Expenditures Are "Wanton." CHARLES CITY, May 10.--A denunciation of the present system of taxation was voiced by Wallace M. Short of Sioux City, candidate for the republican nomination for governor, in an address to more than 200 persons here last night. He claimed that the taxation system in Iowa is indefinite in its plan and unjust. Mr. Short also scored the tax exempt securites which switch the burden from the big money interests to those less capable of paying. In connection with high taxes, he scored expenditures of the administration, characterizing it as "wanton extravagance." A plea for issues which are indorsed by the Farmers' Union was also expressed by Mr. Short. Mr. Short, who spoke at the courthouse, was introduced by John Osterman. Jerome Frank and Mrs. Ickes to Talk at PTA Congress DES MOINES, May 10. W--Mrs. Harold L. Ickes, wife of the secretary of the interior, and Jerome Frank, chief counsel for the AAA, are among the speakers scheduled to addresa the national congress of parents and teachers here next week. Preliminary meeting will start Friday and before the convention closes It is expected more than 3,000 delegates will be registered. The first general session will be Monday. Book of Verse by Iowa Youth to Be Published CEDAR RAPIDS, May 10.-Doubleday, Doran and company wil' issue a special Iowa edition of "American Song," a book of verse by Paul Engle, young Cedar Rapids poet, to be published July 3. This special edition will be limited to 150 signed copies. Mr. Engle, a native of Cedar Rapids, is now at Merton College, Oxford, as a Rhodes scholar from the state of Iowa. White Is Right The great white wave Is here--pumps, ties, sandals, T-straps -- and the sooner you get here the better. White shoes will solve all your costume worries, because they go with everything. You'd be wise to get two pairs at these prices -- one for business, one for dressy wear. A beautiful array of white footwear is here for your approval at . . . As Narrow as AAAA Widths Linen Sandals and Oxfords T-strap sandals with closed or open toes in a variety of styles. You'll want a pair now and they're only $|95 + $245 + $295 Men who are particular about quality, smart styling: and thrift will make a point of choosing their white shoes now, while we're ready with dozens of smart styles for dress wear and sports. You'll be sure to find your favorite last and material. Reasonably priced . . . . As Narrow as AAA Widths » -Shoes Commencement Exercises Sawyer of Osage Will Give Address May 23 at Otranto Graduation Exercises; Bell of Nebraska University Engaged to Speak at Program Planned at Luverne; Aredale High School to Award Diplomas; Sermons Are Also Announced. OTRANTO, May 10. -- Supt. George H. Sawyer of Osage has een engaged to give the commencement address at exercises of Otran- o high school, Wednesday, May 23. The commencement sermon will be delivered May 20 by the Rev. Olaf Langehough of St. Ansgar. Members of the school board are Jscar Thompson, president; E. W. Wahl, Fred Pike, Fred Logeman and A. B. Pope. The high school acuity includes: O. P. Stillinger, uperintendent; Laura Kolthoff and Dorothy Rhoden. Members of the graduating class are: Myron Anderson, Mildred Perkins, Roy Pike, Ehtelyn Wambeam and Mildred Lundene. Luverne Flans Events. LUVERNE, May 10.--The Lu- reme public school system is under he superintendency of Alex Evans and the athletic activities under d Graham. The orchestra and jand are under the leadership of Wesley Schaub. The seniors have chosen for their ( class play "Mrs. Temple's Tele_ram" to be given at the gym on he evening of May 22. The junior- enior banquet will be on Friday evening, May 11 and will be hell at he Colonial tearoom, Humboldt. The commencement sermon will be at the M. E. church Sunday evening, May 20. The Rev. William Buddeley will give the address. The commencement exercises will be held in the school gym on Thursday even- og, May 24. Earl H. Bell of the department of sociology at the University of Nebraska wil speak. The graduates are: Edna Hintz, Marvel Davidson, Roberta Masterson, Eileen Neal, Wayne Lang, Clement. Snyder, Richard Niver and Harold Miller. Class Plans Program. AREDALE, May 10.--Aredale high school commencement exercises on May 18 will be in the nature of a class day program. Tee valedictorian is Ceola Fisher zmd the salutatorian is Bernice Lind. H. E. Jorges is president of the school board. The high school faculty includes Earl Fisk, superintendent; Mrs. Earl FJsk and Miss Hester McCord. Members of the graduating class are Esther Groniga, Elmer Bramer, Ceola Fisher, Bemice Lind, Helen Rector, Wallace White. GEORGE H. SAWYER. Mrs. Saley Installed President of Hampton Women's Organization HAMPTON, May 10.--Officers of he Hampton Women's club for the nsuing year were installed at the monthly meeting held in the club- ooms 'at the library Wednesday af t- rjioon. Mrs. R. L. Saley is the new pres- dent, Mrs. K. J. Dreier, first vice (resident; Mrs. H. D. Baldwin, sec- jnd vice; Mrs. D. C. Wolf, rc- ording secretary, Mrs. Walter Wolf, orresponding secretary, H. E. Boehmler, treasurer, Mrs. T. W. 'urcell, registrar. A one art play, "The Slave With Two Faces," was presented by a up from the high school, under lirection of Miss Eleanor Dunn and a cantata, "Dawn of Spring," was given by members of the Junior treble Clef club, under the direction of Mrs. J. A. Sheets. Awarded to Greene Company. ALLISON, May 10.--Frudden Bridge, Lumber and Supply com- any of Greene was awarded a contract totaling ?5,127.25 by the Buter board of supervisors. 105 North Federal Former Stevens Location NELSON SCORES ADMINISTRATION Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Gives Talk at Cedar Rapids. CEDAR RAPIDS, May 10.--The present federal administration was described as a menace to the constitutional rights of the people of the United States in an address here Tuesday by J. A. Nelson of Decorah, candidate for the republican nomination for lieutenant governor. Nelson spoke before the Conopus club Tuesday noon and before the state convention of the Disabled American Veterans earlier in the day. He was the speaker at a meeting of the Young Republican club at Waterloo Monday evening. Democratic administrations at Washington and Des Moines were scored by Nelson for their policy of "spending their way into prosperity," which he declared is actually leading to further depression because of the added tax burden. Nelson credited Roosevelt with being well intentioned, but criticized the president for failing to practice what he preached. He cited Roosevelt's promise to "drive the money changers from the temple" and accused him of calling them back bj offering tax-exempt securities when the government needed money. The corn-hog program and the state sales tax were attacked by Nelson as taxes paid for the raos 1 part by the poor man. The present beer statute was also criticized by the Decorah attorney. Beer parlors will be regulated if the G. O. P. is returned to power in Iowa, Nelson promised. The direct primary was blamed by the speaker for much of the political evil of today. He urged return to the convention system charging the primary with responsibility for an Inferior type of of flee holder, boosted into powe, through bombast. Iowa citizens are in a kind o: sleep. Nelson believes, from which they must awaken to inject neces sary new blood into politics of both parties. When people come to their senses, Nelson said, they will realize that the constitution is the grea'' bulwark of their liberties. COLFLESH HITS LOVRIEN CLAIMS Characterizes Former Judge as "Turner's Gun Man" in Audubon Talk. AUDUBON, May 10.--Robert W. Colflesh, candidate for the republican nomination as governor, this afternoon took a pot shot at Former Judge Fred C. Lovrien, whom he characterized as "Dan Turner's gun man" before a meeting held here in behalf of his candidacy. "I am conducting a constructive campaign," he said. "I do not intend to devote my time to personalities. But I do not expect to remain silent in face of misrepresentation and slander. Attacks are Circulated. "Mr. Lovrien seems to be the gun man in the Turner organization. His attacks are being circulated throughout the state by Turner supporters. He poses as the champion of using corn alcohol for motor fuel, and accuses me of having opposed this measure when it was before the legislature. "I did oppose it. I did not favor compelling every gasoline consumer in Iowa to pay five cents a gallon additional for gasoline, in the vague hope of benefiting the farmers. "It is strange that Mr. Lovrien who served three full sessions in the Iowa house of representatives, not to mention three special sessions never found out about the merits of the corn alcohol proposition until he appeared as a lobbyist. To date, also, I find no record of the fact that Mr. Turner ever favorec Mr. Lovrien's pet measure. Asks About Salary Grab. "It is also fair to ask, in view of the fact that Mr. Lovrien has made several remarks about ra own personal fitness for office when Mr. Lovrien is going to pay back into the state treasury th $500 expense account grab whicl he voted for in the forty-secon general assembly, through which he personally benefited to the ex tent of the full claim allowed bj this law, which was held unconstltu tional in Iowa courts. "Mr. Lovrien would be far mor effective as a Turner champion i his record in connection with wha is now notorious in Iowa as th 'salary grab' were not open to pub lie inspection. Mr. Lovrien vote himself the money, he accepte it, and so far he has refused t pay It back." HE'LL have the fame--Blue Ribbon, too, and not simply because it's his order. She knows, as he does, that Blue Ribbon has It, the It that has made Blue Ribbon the standing order of the nation. 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