Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa 6 Nov 1935
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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1935, Ames, Iowa
Ames daily Tribune Ames. Iowa wednesday. November 6. 1039. Page five buy better in Ames off a a inc armoured truck robbery. Thai the Money they passed they Are railed to a Small Kansas town where the Trail disappears. Mac Muriny. Disguised a an aviation executive is assigned to the Case. He Falls in love with the Young newspaper woman in the town traces the gang. The criminals offer resistance to their capture. It is not until after a thrilling Climax in which government forces Are massed that the capture is accomplished. The second feature on the bargain Day program is a go into your dance Ste ring Al Jolson and Ruby Keeler. To be present. A song fest for fourth Ward girls is being planned for the near future. Oscar Olson her father Torgils Lee living in Norway and the following children Robert and Evelyn of Huxley and mrs. Mildred ritual he and mrs. Ruth Brown of Slater. She leaves also five Brothers Severim Lee of Sioux City a amp Nidus Lee of Madrid Carl Lee of boons Torel Lee of Napier and George Lee of club will meet thursday the Ames stamp club will meet thursday evening at 7 30 in room 233 of the memorial Union. Adult collectors of Stamps Are particularly invited to attend this meeting. The Catalon for the club Library has arrived and an interesting sell c lion of Rutherford books will be on exhibit following the adjournment of the business session. The Nett Ope w group held its regular meeting tuesday evening at the Home of the guardian. Mrs. Belle goodside 1204 Clark Avenue. This group has earned its National needlework Honor. Sources to balance their budgets. A Mea ure of the huge tax reset voir now being drained for governmental purposes is shown by commission figures for 1934 which re veal that the Federal government collected $2,985,673,000 state governments $1,957,120,000 and local governments $4,182,784,000, a total of $9,125,577,000. Along with the recommendations for an immediate plan of action Tot division of the tax Quot spoils Quot the commission has offered a Quot Long Range program involving the following step 1. Development of Complete tax statistics. 2. Federal legislation to permit states to make pacts to prevent tax conflict Over state lines. 3. A permanent tax revision Council to coordinate taxing jurisdiction in All Fields except customs and property taxes. 4. A program of education for the Public on taxation and government fiscal affairs. Camp fire news new girls in miss Ruth Millers Thaha group of fifth Grade girls from Welch school include Clura Ruth Thornton Kathleen Boland. Dorothy Porter. Doris Hamilton Rosemary Lindstrom Ruth me Donald Rosemary Al usher Helen Nichols Frances Niblack Mayvin Sharp Mary Martha to tracker Vera Nell Horn Jean nutty and Smela Dunagan the Ames Etab group of the Camp fire held a bicycle hike Friday. Miss Helen Wilkinson was in charge instead of miss Goodwin former guardian. The group held its first meeting at the Home of miss Wilkinson 608 Clark Avenue tuesday afternoon after school. Flans were made for different meetings and a Short business session was held on a wednesday after school the group will ride their bicycles to the College where they will attend some of the Art exhibits in Honor of National Art week. The next regular meeting will be november 12 at 4 15 with miss Wilkinson. Miss Maxine Allan guardian entertained members of the tata Pochan Camp fire group at a masquerade halloween party last Friday evening at Camp Cantita. Twenty one members and guests were present. Games including a treasure Hunt the treasure being the dessert were enjoyed during the evening. Weiners and marshmallows were roasted in the fireplace. Dorothy Waller who came attired As a Little Darkey girl received first costume prize and Jean hug As a baseball player second. C. A. Iverson Clem o Neil and Paul Taft furnished transportation for the girls to and from the Camp. Mrs. L. H. Willson assisted miss Allan and mrs. We g. Gaessler was in charge of the of knot Tiest problems in americ contributions to Rogers fund will be received Here anyone who wishes on contribute 6 the fund which is being raised for a memorial of the late will Rogers May leave the Money at the j Tribune which has consented to j act As a depository. The form the j memorial will take is not yet j known but it will be a no cold Shaft i of Marble a the memorial commis j Ion states. The Campaign ends Nev. 27. Heading the commission Are j vice president Garner chairman fled Stone vice chairman Rex Beach vice chairman and Jess h. Jones treasurer. Figure just published. The total exports for 1930 were 22.000 bottles. The 100,000 Mark was approached last year. Copyright 1935 by United Presa Washington Oie a government experts org. Immediate action toward solution of one of America s knot Tiest problems equitable division among Federal state and local government of the $10,000,-000,000 taken out of the Public pocketbook every year As taxes. Segregation and division of tax sources among the three branches to avoid duplication has been recommended by the experts on the interstate commission on conflict Ion taxation it was Learned in its "1935 Progress report now being sent to government officials. The experts have undertaken an exhaustive study of the entire tax Structure in an Effort to end the encroachment a constantly widening of one taxing body into the Field previously held by the other. This encroachment already has resulted in an estimated 800 cases of overlapping or double taxation which probably can be ended Only by working out a jew taxation system. Tho commission s Quot Progress report said that gasoline taxes for instance should be reserved for the states that tobacco should not be taxed further by states that states should refrain from levying High taxes on Beer for Revenue purposes that the Federal government should allow taxpayers credit for income faxes paid to states. The following examples of tax sources ill pirate 4 part the growing conflict Between the Federal government my the states in their in cry growing appetite for new sources of Revenue incomes taxed by Federal government and 33 states. Gasoline taxed by Federal government and 48 states. Tobacco taxed by Federal government and 19 states. Admissions a taxed by Federal government and 34 states. Alcoholic beverages taxed by Federal government and 47 states j estate and inheritance a taxed by Federal government and 47 states. Retail sales a taxed by Federal government and 24 states. There Are hundreds of other Casus of duplicate taxation. Among the disadvantages cited for the present overlapping levies Are that collections is More costly discriminatory rates Are imposed on some citizens and some Revenue sources Are dried up by too heavy taxation. The problem has been under study for Sev 1�?�. I years by government officials but Little Progress has been made until recently when double taxation grew rapidly As various governments sought new Revenue from the secret files of the department of j slice in Washington were drawn the facts and data on which the Story of a men without names a showing wednesday Ani thursday at the Capitol theater is based an exciting and colourful Story which follows the Federal men in their Pursuit of the nations criminals Quot men without names stars Fred Macmurray handsome stat of Quot the gilded Lily a and Madge Evans. The action centers about the tracking Dow n of the gang who pull Withof Caw adj t�7 jams out is bed a Tike my a nine Ranish i a Tbs Tir Atwo id poor oat two Pitt ads it Huw Bilo into pour bowels daily of Tbs Bito is not flowing freely your food Doem to digest. It just decays in the Bowel Gas boats tip year stomach you Gat your whole system is poisoned and Yon feel your sunk and the world looks panic. Laxatives a Only makeshift. A Mara Bowel movement Doans t ret at the cause it takes those Rood old car tart Litty liver pills to get these two pounds of bile flow ring freely and make you feel Quot up a Dup Quot. Harmless. Gentle yet Ama Amr to making bile flow freely ask for Carter s Little liver pills by Aam stubbornly refuse anything Alae 2sc. Huxley funeral services for mrs. Oscar Olson. 51. Will be conducted Friday afternoon at i p. In. From the Home and to 1 39 p. In. From Palestine lutheran Church with the Rev. Peder Buland in charge interment will be in Palestine cemetery. Mrs. Olson who had been ill for about a year with cancer died at her Home Here monday evening. She is survived by her husband. The Board of awards will meet at 4 15 thursday at the band Shell. Mrs. George Hendrickson is chairman. Stories in i stamp by i. S. Klein j i a is a a a Wisa the regular song fest will be held at 4 15 Friday in the league room of the first methodist Church. Every downtown girl is expected to attend or present a Good excuse for not being Able mrs. Burdette Higgins is in charge of the seventh Grade Camp fire group of Welch school. She is taking the place of miss m. Boardman who has left Ames. Lourdes water exported Lourdes France tit a exportation of Lourdes water is in the increase according to of Iota i indians roaming the Plains of a the Northwest were curbing the Advance of the White Man. Horst steamers murderers and whisky runners were endangering the Progress of peaceful pioneers. Then in 1870, a band of 300 men was organized As the Northwest mounted police and advanced into the wild country to restore Law and order soon the Fame of these men spread before them and one unruly settlement after another was tamed and rid of us outlaws. Today As the Royal Canadian mounted Pollee this famous Force patrols some of the most isolated districts of Canada. And it Dees More than Quot get its Man a As is popularly believed. Its men have travelled thousands of Miles to Rescue wanderers in the cold North they have helped in Arctic expeditions and still make notes on animal and Mineral resources on Topography and weather conditions of Canada the stamp shown Here picturing a Quot mountie Quot is one of Canadas latest Issue of pictorials. 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