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Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - May 5, 1932, Ackley, Iowa VOLUME Official Hardin MAY WHOLE GRUNOY COUNTY ELGRAVELFOUR MILESJF ROAD Supervisors Ask for Bids to Be Let May of Brlefe of tbe nootnino a Mothers Day D World War Vets Favor Delay Bonus Payments of Two Failed Banks Sued for T HERES to be a lot of highway 1 betterment in Grundy county during the coming summer and judged by the condition of roads just over the line during the early part of the present the roads can stand For a month or more that was the common com plaint on the part of farmers that they could not get to town because of the poor condition of the on roads where there is no This is to be corrected to a large ex for the board of supervisors are planning on having fortyone miles of highway graveled bids for the work are to be opened May In addition to new surfacing on that number of the board will also look over bids for resurfacing 12 miles of road now In this resurfacing contract is included the eleven miles the RembeckDike While this first program is a good sized one it is possible that more resurfacing will be foone the coming year if the funds hold Black Hawk township is to get five miles of the Three miles of road southeast of Reinbeck is included in the program and two miles north from the pavement on the course Included in the proposed work are three miles in one in Beav two miles in German one and a half in seven in seven and a half in Grant is to have two and a and Black Hawk five miles Washington Palermo Felix three and Clay No estimate is presented as to the probable Garner of speaker of the house at won democratic delegation to national over Roosevelt and Smith in Califor nia ExSenator Reed of fires broadside at official Washingtons ex travagance and scoffs at congression al efforts to Japs accused of hostile acts in Orient on the part of Soviet Looks like Albert secretary of in terior under President serv ing year prison sentence on oil brib ery expected to be freed with in next three nationally known as scar face Chicago taken to federal prison at to kill time for ten Economy bill carrying savings of 42 million instead of the 210 million expected and recommended by Presi dent passes Weather man kind to fair and warmer Bank at Red raided by three men who escape with Postal rates are due to a FARM AND RAILROAD President of Central Says Each Has Equal interest in Government farmers and railroadseconomic president of the Illinois Central joined the demand for governmental economy In an address Downs voiced an ap peal for a square deal for farmers and railroads Agricultural and railroading he1 have a common stake in public af especially with regard to tax FRANKLINS OLDEST RESIDENT IS DEAD MEN ORGANIZE TO CUT HIGH TAXES ALL THE STRETCH 4H GIRLS OF FRANKLIN TO BROADCAST SOON Will Be Heard Over Station May The 4H club girls of Franklin county will be heard as one of the features of a program to be broad cast over station of on May The program is one of a series being given by 4H club girls of north central Iowa in a radio music memory contest and each group presents selections in the con test of a particular Bendemeers a program will be the selection to be pre sented over the radio by the Frank lin county girls under the direction of Miss Bernice A Common is a common he Farms and railroads are two kinds of property that cannot and do not escape the eye of the tax The only way to reduce taxes is cut the cost of govern The two partners have an Six Counties Represented at Meeting at Proposal to Cut Opposed to Legislative Grabs and Want Official Salaries The organization of the Unitec Taxpayers of Iowa was effectei Thursday afternoon at mass meetini at the memorial attended by several hundred voters from all parts of The representation was largely from central Iowa particularly Mahaska and The purpose of the new organiza tion is to work for reduction of tax ation and principal means of at taining this as proposed in reso lutions would be through re peal of the socalled 1salary grab repeal or modification of the teachers minimum salary repeal of the mandatory tax levy provision of the road law and reduction of sal Orson Reeve Had Been a Resident There Since Served in Eighth Iowa Cavalry Our ing Civil War Burial Occurs Today at Orson resident of Frank lin county since died at his home at Tuesday after a three weeks illness he was in his 86th year and had been quite ac The funeral which is to be hejd today at the Congregational church in that is to be conducted by the j He was a native of Ashtabula coun and was born there July removing to Iowa and to Frank lin county with his parents when a boy of seven they located in Reevi which bears their name the village of which since has was the county seat at the June he enlisted in the 8th Iowa and served two years and five serving aries of public until the siege of Atlanta when hePermanent officers of the associa was transferred to Tenne elected at Tomorrow is the Last Hour For Fil ing for Political lenty of Runners in All Four Coun ties Looks Like a Lively Race for Some CHASING after nomination of the various county seems to je an attractive pastime at the out set there was little to indicate that he field would be but this is the condition at the present time with three and more candidates for every office under the court house republicans but the democrats are showing them selves as runners The list in Hardin follows Supervisor Chantrill against Martin Eller against Dan The candidates on the Democratic ticket will be Reece and Treasurer Haynes against Recorder George Edwards and Miss Carrie Auditor Bridgens and Fred FIREY CROSS BURNED IN WATERLOOS BLACK BELT Sunday mornings Waterloo Cou rier says pastor of Carmel Baptist and one of the leaders among Waterloo Saturday could advance no reason for the burning Friday night of a 15foot cross near the intersec tion of Salisbury and Oneida Two shots were fired at the time the cross was set which at tracted attention of Illinois Central employes in the yard turned in a fire not who Police wera Salisbury and Oneida streets are the north end on the east side of the It is in that in the linois Central railroad shops that entire negro pppr ulation of the city is is Waterloos black PLAYED FOR PLACE ROBERTSON SCHOOL CHILDREN IN FRIENDLY RIVALRY Etna township rural school contest held Saturday afternoon atthe Robertson of Courtis Mabel Howard grammar Robertson and the school in district number five each presented a Robertson and Fred County Attorney Bateson of Eldora and Harry Ricksmeier of Representative Ellsworth of Iowa republican formerly recognized as a demo more recently qualifying as a republican Wiemer of Rad cliffe is the democratic Sheriff repub has ho opposition in the pri LeRoy Mann of dem LITTLE GERMAN BAND RIVER POLLUTION Unknown Person Threw 23 Dead Hogs Into Shell Rock The Clarksville Star states some unknown person dumped twenty three dead hogs into the Shell Rock river on the Arthur Graham tenanted by Alfred Citi zens of Clarksville immediately called the attention of health physician for Jackson town to the report and he with oth ers investigated the found the condition about as If signboards along highways ob struct views of attractive landscape what effect will dead hogs have on the beauties of such a naturally at equal in demand ing substantial reductions in govern ment So great has the cost of govern ment become that it is threatening the home and the livelihood of every according to In Complete Lawmakers must be made aware of the publics determination to have economy in government and perma nent reduction in a platform upon which the farmer and the rail road are once more in complete ac President Downs He said that too much governmen tal regulation of railroads has ham pered them from defending their in terests and those of the School Has Band Grundy Centers school has solved its band leader problem by hiring Dillon of as He is survived by his wife are as follows Gil Iowa Zenia and the following chil dren John su Vice perintendent of the Omaha area re Laurel Oskaloosa servation of Winnebago Indians Tama Judge John Orilla Bert McNitt Iowa and Frank and all of Mason lin City Reeve of Lou Reeve of Most of those in attendance at the There are six remaining old solmeeting signed the membership roll diers in Reeve took a and paid the nominal fee of 10 cents prominent part in the Franklin counwhich is required to provide a fund ty diamond jubilee last He was to defray the little expense incurred the oldest member of the Odd Fellow in carrying on the business of the fraternity in Franklin county having been a member for sixtysix FAILED TO SIGN UP Plasterers of Cedar Rapids Disor ganize All Building Trades by ANOTHER CANDIDATE GIVES HIS IDEAS FOR PROSPERITY Kime of is Also a Theyll Broadcast Over the Radio at May Ackley always had a Little German it would be difficult to organize a musical organization in Ackley without German representa tion it has had German bands and other bands as long as there has been an and all have achieved more or less fame the present not an In years gone by the wan dering German bands would tarry in Ackley for a greater length of time than the present band is made up of home Included in the band that will send their notes over the ethereal waves are Walter director Ryken and clarinets Leach Lowell Schwinger trom Oscar Peterson Peter Bakker Ryken and The band will be heard at from station Tune grammar school placed first with play The Sky Gazer and the Prin The primary placed second with a Mother Goose 5 was COUNTY INSTITUTE OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION HELD AT APLINGTON A county wide institute of Chris tion sponsored by the church schools of Butler county was held Wednesday at Aplingtori Presbyterian The new coun ty was in The and the state Walter gave addresses in the Afternoon talks were given by the Pritchard of the Warner of the of Dumont and the FLY HIGH AND FAST With the exception of two all of Candidate for the building trades of Cedar junior high teacher and band and twelve to fourteen in number from A proposed law which would seek orchestra Heretofore that A l school has had a man come from Ce dar Falls to direct their tractive and Shell Rock scenic stream as the WIFE OF PRESIDENT INVITED TO WATERLOO Lou Henrys Early Girlhood Days Were Spent An Invitation will be extended to Lou Henry Hoover first lady of the land and native of Black Hawk Coun ty Early Settlers association picnic in Hannas grove August it was decided at a meeting of the tions board of Saturday A life membership in the association will accpmpariy the invi and sign pence agree Presbyterian A good crowd greeted the Congre gational Choir last Sunday evening and all felt amply repaid for The evening of sacred music was all that could have been Pro fessor Thdman having devoted some little attention to the choir in antici pation of such Next Sunday we will be keeping in mind that it is Mothers and the services will be designed to help us in the right to remember Moth Two talks will be given m Sun day One on the subject What My Mother Meant to Me and one on What My Mother Means to An interesting feature of Sunday School will be the fact that all the classes will be taught by substitute no regular teacher is to teach any class next Special music appropriate ser mon subjects for will characterize the worship services of thThehTohung the will attend a PWBbytenal First msl A dinner will be served at 6 This will be the such Miss Anna W the president of the organization known as The Presbytenal League of Wa terloo It Is expected that about 160 young people will at hodcarriers to to restore farm prosperity in Iowa sheetmetal workers and the plasby restricting the use of the high tering tradesmen refused to sign the ways was submitted by new wage scale that had been proKime of Fort Dodge to a farmers as a result of which all the meeting in that city agreements made by other a candidate for the Re tions to become effective May publican nomination for an were made The plasterers nounced in the opening address of have been receiving a for an his campaign that he would press for 8hour day they asked for the the adoption of the bill if elected employers offered but advanced chief their offer to a but the plasThe law would prohibit the ship terers refused to come to their ment over public highways of So all the building tradesmen are hogs and other agricultural produce now working on the sysfor sale on market at prices below turn and will be until the plasterers which would be necessary to come to yield a reasonable profit to the grow Ackley Has Aviators Who Sail Away Through Fred Symington as the director of the Hadley made a speedy and successful flight to the city of the past He was accompanied on the flight by his Tommy a youngster who took keen delight and pleasure in flying With Fred flying through high any where from a hundred to a thousand miles or is just plain he has made many speedy and suc cessful flights and gives demonstra tions in the high almost In all things Ackley in the matter of flyers and flying ma HARDIN RURAL SCHOOLS TO GIVE PLAY PROGRAM The rural schools of Hardin county are staging a program of one act plays next May in the high school building in Twelve townships are taking part in the pro gram which is the first of its kind be held in the Besides the plays there will be musical numbers by rural Bessie county superintendent of is sponsoring the On the Sick George French has been num bered with the unfortunately sick during the past ten with pneu monia the This excellent always cheerful and with a kind word and a naturally friendly feeling for has the wellwishes of all and the hope that she will soon regain her She is missed in the many places that have been accustomed to know of her Odd Fellows at Shell The Butler county Odd Fellows are to meet at Shell Rock May The program for the evening will be given in the school auditorium children from the at Mason Woman Of WWon Wins I would not be YraVQl Slogan similar enacted in other of the middlewestern Special Services at Marys Church Sunday Special services were held at Marys Catholic church last Sunday of the AAA motor clubs in its pHestVTev ders of Thousand Dollars in Given to Winners of Pav ing This slogan for the stale was se NEW PASTOR Herman Potgeter of Herman Potgeter of was in the community the past He has been called to the pas torate of the Reformed Washington township eight miles north east He will bring his family from Holland as soon school is This congregation has been without a pastor since the re moval of George to Il about a year were prizes worth were WWtwer of was named winner of first an electrio I McMahon of of Parkeraburgr of Grmxiy Sir it with printers FOB ENTERTAINMENT Children of Sacred Heart School To Be Given Before it Children in attendance at Sacred Heart are drilling for an en tertainment public that is soon to be given date fully It will be given at the Strand Farther announcement A Lot of Twenty five thousand bull not humans were put Shell Rock river dam Greene the past and it is ther stated that fifty thQusand put in Beaver creek Parpen They were taken from hatchery at Spirit Returned Miss Alice Johnston who has been at Iowa Falls during the past several employee as a in the Penny has home and expects to remain here during the summer returning to her work there hi Up The market price of eggs has ad vanced ft one cent a cording to the grade the price ia cents a 1 it with printers
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