Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1934
Page 11
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F serR M» 3troi "'«. Aljj •^BtS^jj^ oven ' Barl 1 at AdvanJI owST" tyivJ »*, hot? 1 ' 1{ - — Call' Volume 33 entiment in Legis lature at Present Indifferent. By A. II. Bonnstetter. Istatehouse, DCS Moines, Jan. 2 jEver since the special sessio hnvened November 6 letters re lived at tbe statehouse indicate a Kit demand for an old-age pen law. 1 have received many jrs, and I wish to assure read 'that I am in sympathy iwith to a measure. However, up to present things do not appear ouraging. ^Jie General Assembly has three Us before it: House File No. 73 isefile No. 68, and Senate File 42. The histories of these bills Illow: louse-58, by Teter, November i, introduced, referred to Ways Id Means committee; November f committee recommends indefi- i postponement. no. 73, by Donlon—(November, 15, trqduced, referred to Ways and >ans committee; November "' ninittee recommends i tetppnement. No. 42, by Frailey and Kimberly November, 15, introduced, refer- 1 to Judiciary No. 2; December 7, nmiftee recommends passage • •camber 11, referred to appropri- tons; January 5, committee rec*- Jimends passage. •You will note that only one bill Is succeeded in receiving a favor- lie committee report. Further- lore, sentiment about tlhe state- luse appears indifferent, and un- bs something happens to change the proposition will not receive le consideration it merits. House 1'nsses Tax Bill •The atmosphere on tax revision »s been clarified slightly since Iy last letter Monday morning le House decided to take un tax •VlQinrt nvirl _ u J i , v . V^^ to consider SPENCER JURY IN VERDICT AGAINST FORMEULGONIAN SHOoFlcK -srs which John M. Vinson, former AI C of ™ * 230 ' 31 was re- against John M Vinson Tuesday afternoon by the Jury ™ a case brougiht by J. ^a^rtha^Tu^sou ™-e hours before reaih2, W "w Kossuth Auxiliary Meeting at Fenton Dated for Tuesday Titonka Severely Gored by Bull; Dog i 8 Hero " ^ oc urougnt by J. E. Critzer lezzhng $514 from partnership! eight .Kossutlf ujiTtfoTihelLiriJn •,. •"•Uxniciry \vill hf* iioiri *. w ft i v'-»i. hat 7h a » f Sh ° Wn in the testimony h«t Tuesday at 1 4S n f e ^° n >SLeJship W LT pn enc V er i '1 ^ * C ° 'und" Count y o «jcersf Mrs J. c account to ,his credit to ? ore A £ in ^^^ h tW GEORGE LUDWIG ,, ST, BENEDICT DIES n™ * , me ' e rence managed to cfawl T^HIS .©HOWS ONE of the main, • ' in=::: ^ !!S5Sa! ^^ S ?°3£i^"«?*«*'*. 9 ":i3. on corporations organized "under S^°Ll°^ a -'gainst Umier partly within and fm'nA« ."";"'""• 'the state the tax is mposed only on that portion of net ncome reasonably to be attributed to business within the state. Net Income Prosopal. unnecessary improvements. No^Vit 1 ^ that Ho " se $20, File 'Cntzer alleged in court that Vin- 1,0, i j ""t tt " u " "i ms trust, em- use ?405 an of t° nVerted *°^ Own in It was also charged that in set- e " en t of a n se" e " en t of the partnership CriLer took a truck witti dual wheels at a where and 0 known when this item was^ nH and one. to dwell on them Ketail Sales Tax. . tp with Senate the latter was 1 ' e S^ by ae ill. Then it was further fended by striking the provision Mi called for termination of toe ""I sales tax December 31 er the adoption of otier " u according to "ability to pay" not be enthusiastic about a ax ° description, and f tttiat I do not Jike thi<i section However, the gross in g sramffiBB mu reau ~~" """" litCQfUQ IH GXCGSS fi"f 31f\ flArt »#. ^IrLTuf^^S "°" on incomes of Jlo.OOO or n ^ the My last 1 it. of losing the apparent, m are made up entirely nJ^t Judgment only one argument can be advanced to justify a sales tax. Apparently in - community there is a closs pie who pay Jittle or no (awsttsi .fr£aa ElectricRefrigi , "vrrtyrt^A. , — for unnecessary ments and thereby increase load of others who do pay taxes" Perhaps if these people are invited to share the tax burden they will become tax-minded and carefully consider the consequences before voting favorably for luxuries or ' ' ~I^gl^M the Cooking »/„„>/ L earn How to SA VE and Serve Tastier Meals Good food is always a bargain. These ..-.., famous brands S™»"?i""»T II Pri'^iiS "EART no *^^** fet BTJBONO. e " 'abcla ira -. "*w MAJP« FOOD PRODUCTS have never left the QUALITY STANDARD first established for them over 60 years ago. That's why they hold the confidence of so many thousands of Iowa housewives. TJjree generations have depended upon STRONGHEART, OPAL and IOWA MAID always to be The Best of Foods at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality." MISS LOONEY, a cooking school expert, prefers them to all others — and so will you. Over 2,000 home owned stores throughout the state feature these famous, reliable brands. Ask for them by name at any of the following grocers;. save money, and get better, tastier foods it the same time. H & Co., Algona, Iowa Sisters, I/akotft Merrill Bros., Bancroft • Bonacker Bros., Titonka San horn's Cash Grocery, Swea Cltj on G-E Monitor Top and Flqt Top mocftlt art now within a few dollari of the lowest in all history. Nine Seeking Job« in Hancock County Nine political candidacies were formally announced by cards F looi- itfrt«1_l_ •»•» _ «» . •"•»»*« -une were by republicans except . six were for supervisor, including toe lone democrat, one was for renomination for county attor- "' * f ° r coroner ' «"i one for Former Wesleyans Employer's Heirs vaSt^LfV 1 ^ 30 - Edit °r Sturdivant, of the News-World, notes a piece of fnrtnno *„_ •*,.."' Ilo i e = a Norman John- Putnev ' rs " lutney, also Denver, former ployes of George W. Vallery & v T 6r ' .Ppstmmt bankers Id thT t led - Deien ^ ber 29 - an <* Ethel in SU ? eSS *? Norman eery Lucinda Hanover, Whittemore, Wed« Whittemor e rJan. ~ 30 _ A* <,." Ethel are secretary and treasurer of the new firm, George Vallery & Co., incorporated. They are chil dren of Mrs. Jacob Johnson and" the late Mr. Johnson, and sptnt their childhood and youth in Wes- Eight Eying Swea City's Postof fice> Swea City, Jan. 30— Eight from! forTv, Clty , Wi V ake "a&na&S for the postmaster job— three wom- They are Bargain D rnr, r , e ?' ey are Es «»etr Godden, Viola L. Swanson, Ida B Larson, iD. W. Fults, Edvvin Hovey Lester 0. Haglund, J. O . Seylor r M. Boris. The e£3£ 'Written in early Feb- iiai^raai- i That's why you should buy a GENERAL ELECTRIC Refrigerator NOW.... 99 Dollars invested today in a G-E refrfc. erator wffl pay double dividends. With a G-E in your kiteheq you W I1I make important savings on food eost* and other household expenses-more than enough to meet the easy monthly pay. ments on it-enough to pay a Reek's grocery bill every month. In addition, G-E prices are at bed rock no w -and W ill probably be higher «oon Thrifty families are buying day instead of waiting until I 1 Only G-E Gives You These Features Gleaning white beauty . , , mod ern styl. ing,.. ample storage capacity .. .f ast . er freezing.. lowest current consump. tion . . . sturdy all-steel cabinet , . . porcelain interior, ..stainless steel free z . ing chamber-you get them all in the General Electric refrigerator, GENERAL ELECTRIC AU-STKl RIFRIOIRAIOR aro*eyjr, Bwrt "If ^* ^* .^^p vp -^pj Algona, lawn Company I PhAHA IflF/* ^ Phone 170 ..,-/,. f^.^Sjims^s

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