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March 5, 1931

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MALAK0 F NEWS 9FF NEWS t . ......... I Time to Water Price $I,00 a Year Advertising Rates on request. ] , . # ][ " , ,J( ! nd Cards of Thanks must be paid for at regular rate. [ w I. of error in advertisement this paper Will not be re-] }| i Ib]e for more than the cost of the advertisement, l , - From Sheep to Wolf I ) Reported that higher gas taxes are being sought in about hali] H, ~';"?' - J:f 44 states whose legislatures meet this year. I S ill One problem that should find the oil industry and the me-[ in perfect accord. The gas tax has unqdestionably been a [ "tr F thing in that it has helped build highways--but a good thin ] |>t] TM done to death, r And that is exactly what is happening to : ' i tS tax ...... " ~ ' 'ernrnent expenses are constantly on the rise. Property-own security.owners, business, builders--all are staggering beneath [ ...... . c'-'% tight of taxes. As a result, many legislators get the bright idea [ another cent on the gas tax will raise revenue without, at th, e time, causing public revolt. ..... , .... ............ \-_ - ds may have been true in the past, but the revolt has come. A l ...... T I Court's Astoundln- U-set which amounts to twenty'or thirty per cent of the price of a [ [ g tuct m almost confiscatory, and m addition an increasing num- [ [ )f states have used the gas tax for purpo. es other than roads [ k --------- ). [ .... e i r ..... By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK motorist, once a sh ep, s apldly turning Into a wolf, wlth his [ [ Dean el Me. [ .on the legislators who are advocating higher gas taxes; nn oi,. ' ' I rastic action is necessary, before, as one writer says, You_ will [ L ............. [ some galoot of an officeholder telling how he has reduced [ Shotfid one be praised for dolng I m" meaning that he has stolen so much from the gasoline tax [ things well? The Cood Book does no~ I | that the general property taxes were not needed that year."[ _: sees% a i a esncT r ] Ihdustrial News g ' y -- I the entire law has I _ .._..Inerrant Bus|ness [ Mr. Haugh, "to develop each [ done onl y w h a t I each form " t ..... ; i was his duty to I Of ranspormnon wl n BUSINESS of the utmost im-] [ ~| do, and so is en-'i rtancewill come before thelin itz wn sphere so that the rail" [ tiltled to no par-l zenshi- of this cit,, on Uatur Iroads will handle the mass trans | t cular commends-, t. a ~' " tion we are told .... portatlon and the truck hnes w]l y, April 4th when the a.nual[ Why should a man ] Trustee Election will be [ handle the local distribution, thus | be prals for do- , kl' The terms of four tru,-[frming a complete service and| Ing what he ought i ] o be expected to m will expire at this time and[nt one oruinous competition. ] ~ do? i will be the duty and the privi-[ All transportation agencies[ However thnt[ ihe wimfiug trail ended for Ray :'] i~P',!i!SeoIr~'!h{!~e!i;(esedm!~l~ [ ~,7~'iilr,;!~9,/~!i;i'!ili',:i!)'[!,(ii~['!i:';~C'l!i~ another year. School busi-[ y p p , and the pubhci greater effort; It kindles my imagina- i o n l'c al champion I)ul is your business and you Ibenefits accordingly. [ tton, and often makes it possible for [ [~;n~deninm~hi~t;:~/)y~fiilicd~iilc~. tl~a! : " ~ aa ~ ,..k T-I,,..,. I ~ , ' | me to do something even better than I ~l . . ' s "PI ed auld consider oo o ~'~'~I i I h d done the first thne ] over the boards in 4"12 2 It was the fore the votes po~ed in these I ~-~!~ . ,,~Jr~ r~, l#~ ~lr~| 11[~ [ [raise" does not nl~va~s, act ass I sienna|, ganles o~ tile r~eW~ ~ork a. C'. ~tions have been very few in[ ~II~AI~UE DUI IKUE |stimulant, however. I recall twoIantls~indit~7 Sq)/are uaf(!en [!mt fur- ,~t~ .... h.~. : .... ~;...~, .... ]g~~,~s>qK:>@@~ ~ brothers whonl I once had in class | ea e sta~e for tins astonn(nng ~. w.~. ~. ~m~3 ~u~ uum- I / when I was trvtn~ to teach Fngllsh [ upset of the Ienn star. Coau's time r should exceed that. of any [ There is a globe representing | compo. tion They were botb 'red "1 Me mr election. It hn t necessarylthe earth in the Royal / headed Io lC.',i . and te~aneraI l- - -- ......... . ' you to letanyone tell you how |of Naples wh -n dat- hack t- mental. If Walter did somethmg good ] Doctors Disagree vote In this o in le io - 4 0 " and you to~d tmn about it, he woull I vm..- -~- ............ ~ ~' ~ ~t n i 0 ,, f~ . I vvumz emmren are lrrlr.aDle anG ...... a-~.e~"'~ ~ D ~, l)rcak his leek to do better. Not so ~t~ ~" o~ o ~ . - l~ewsh, gnnd their teeth and sl , an betters It was the ancient, dwellers with George. If he were.pralsed he [ restlessly, have digestive pains mm~^-* ~ ..... t.~O~ ....... I , ., .. ........ preened iris feathers, as it were, and I disturbances, lack of aPl~tite, and ~uma~. ~ur ~euu t ~sy~tcm I along me iNlle wno starteo me .... o','"n*e'l~" and lazil,, in the sun ! have itchin~ eves nose and fi-~,,~rs the present time is unexcelled lscience of engineering with their P"r ise"'s a n 't'ed him. he were as I d eto lewii;u i nlWa so gr o' [ d to keep it thus means thatldikes, canals, temples of granite good as 1 had said he saw no reason [ .. Y .. ",'~ , . . . .'. ..... i many mo~ners, too, will not believe for vemg any oeuer ~t mane mm ~r trustees must be s~erious and their great public edifices ........ .~-:~ ~-.1~"~ " ,1ar~--~, ,,,,,,~ ~,,,that their carefully,.,~o -.-h,.brught'up chil- nded and having We are indebted to the Baby- The e rect praise oeten depends ] r-e/n'ain--s"t ' hese s'-- npt 'ms the best in- ,eats of your school at heart. Ionians for the seven da- week upon the source from which It comes, [ yield, in a great majority of cases, ........... ~-- -~ I- -- : ..... . ." ~ - -~ and the Infrequency with which it is l to a few doses of Wh~te's Cream Ver- uru tu vum ,nu m e 2 " th. 4-hour day, the hour of 60given I mif_uge, the sure expellant of round ~sts of your educational in. minutes, and the 60 seconds in ~t is said of G F. Swift, the former | annd I~i.n worms. If your,child has - ' a yozr.neses mpcoms,~r~nmnarm- stitutions, each minute This w~ n~.~ihlv head of the great packing establish- I,~o -'~ " ~ ....... ......... ~ ...... '~ ...... ":: ~" .... r" ...w, u~ lasnlone(l me(11elne wnlcn ~t~, ,~,..~ ~,,.,-. ment or ~w~rt e~ ~o., mat ne neve ~ou ean~,et at 35