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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - July 14, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin AOKLElf JULY WHOLE ARE NOT ON BALLOT of tbe None of Partys Nominees Filed in June If Candidates are Placed Must Go on as Independents One of the Jokes of Election There will be no place on the No vember election ballot for democratic nominees for Hardin as none of those who were nominated for place at the recent county convention were on the ballot at the June pri mary and if any of the can didates file it will necessarily be unj der the head of Of all the monstrous laws that have been this so termed primary takes fitst place there has been no satisfaction in it from the beginning and the longer that it has been in use and the more fa miliar the voter has become with the more unsatisfactory it has be come under the circumstances it is a serious for it has been common practice among both party adherents that where the one or the other is a minority its mem bers have gone into the opposition party at the primary election for no other reason than to have a voice in the nomination of party candi with no intention of support ing or voting that partys ticket at the November This has been the case not alone with candidates for minor but applies as well to the United States senator and all other By every reason and right as the voter has the right of but under the Iowa primary election law this right is de It is hardly probable that any of the men who were named of ficial place by the democratic county convention will go to the trouble of circulating petitions for signatures to run as partic ular reference to the publisher of the World who was given the partys endorsement for county treas although he was unavoidably absent from the county convention the first time in perhaps thirty years and more we are certain that he will make no effort to enter as an The law states that in for names to be legally certified by the auditor to be voted for in the No vember they must have been previously voted for at the primary in Nomination by convention is not permissible under the primary election ROAD WORK IN GRUNDY Graveling is Principal Work Four teen Miles of Graveling of county roads in Grun dy started Wednesday out of the Sprole pit north of the town of Za in Grant where two miles of graveling is being covered by Hewill subcontractors for H Three miles of construction work has started on the Tama county line four milee southeast of Nine miles of the ReinbeqkDike wad is being resurfaced with gravel Also some road graveling is being Owe in Fairfjeld township three wiles north of paved road 57 and one mile west of the Black Hawk Gravel is being hauled from the Steamboat Rock pit and placed on MJfaX township roads in the vicinity Drake northwest of Hoi Senator Dickinson of Iowa sends message to Turner saying state must provide its own farm relief Governor telegraphs back says state Congress passes new relief bill outlined by Record crops for entire state fore cast gain of for Every thing immense best season in France and Germany settle their reparations problem and all the world will go forward from now on son of Reynolds tobacco dead as result of Wife was pretty High life Spengler of Iowa one of fif een Hoover campaign executive com So termed sunbeam prison camp in Florida abandoned two huskies harged with brutal murder of youth ful Grasshoppers in swarms die in South Dakota some strange 3ood Senator prohibi announces himself for change o liberalize Volstead TWO LEOPARDS BORN ON CIRCUS LOT AT BOONE Two leopard bs were born the lot at Al G Barnes circus The cubs are valued at and weighed one and onehalf They were named Daniel and in honor of w Death of Emms Miss Emma daughter of Vna Mohler awy orth hospital after Miss Graff Iwas January She born at Center and spent her entire life Nevadas tax levy has been fVe Theyre paying The a A Faithful Follower 0 DELEGATES TO THE TWO CONVENTIONS Republicans and Democrats Get To Delegates to the republican state onvention at Des Moines are Mc Henry Sie Martin and To the judicial con vention at Cedar these Ralph Grant George Floyd and George Democratic Democrats to the state convention at Des Moines are Gil and Alternates Robert Wilson and Ralph Candidates placed in nomination by the convention for the several coun ty offices are county Althouse of Ackley Frank Jackson of Owasa Fowler ofEldora clerk of Fred County Legion and Auxiliary Picnics at Alden The Legion plans a day of fun for all July Aldens new Riverside park will be the center of their Kitten horse and sports will furnish them merriment from 3 oclock At five oclock an enter taining feature will be presented by Fruddys Folly Then everone with full lunch baskets will enjoy the evening The Alden Post will provide picnic tables and oth er An evening show by the entertainers and an impressive river float will close the Every body will be there so bring your fam and smiles and join the Folly Boys is the orches tral organization of eight or ten of which Frederick Trainer of this city is the directing EXTENDS THE TIME Iowa Falls Business Concerns W1U be Limited to July By order of Mayor Cottrell of Iowa the business holiday that has been in force and effect during the past ten has been extended with the exception of next when business houses will be privi leged ta keep open all the closed period will extend to July According to the statement waivers have been signed by ninety per cent of the banks depositors but more time will be needed to reach patrons at a some on the west It Is that the full 100 per cent of patrons will f A little child of Oelman was taken to the hospital at Webster City the first of the week for a minor op Thousands of Virginians homeless floods damage placed at All BUSINESS TAKES TEN DAY PARTIAL HOLIDAY PRACTICALLY FRANKLIN ALL TOWNS AND HARDIN IN Banking Conditions Cause of En forced Re luctantly Falls a week we were felicitating ourselves that while many towns in the near neighbor Further Information Regarding Opening of Stores for A LL places of business may open on Saturday July at 1 and remain open during balance of afternoon and FRED Mayor of Town of Iowa MANY IOWA TOWNS TAKING TIME OFF NESS TO ADJUST CONDITIONS BUSI Business is taking an enforced lay For the reason that things are out of joint and a desire on the part of everyone to adjust them so theyll get back to With one or two exceptions every town in Franklin is taking a week to ten days off several Grundy county towns are doing the same and in Hardin men and business concerns are leaving nothing undone to get back to where they The situation is un but the evidence ia that there is willingness on the part of all to get their shoulders to the wheel and push The expectation is that within an other week these enforced holidays will have seen the ban action taken is for the further assurance that banking and v j n i 1 i aui4 felt the necessity of taking a business will continue on safely and business for a every business and commu period of ten always nity Doubly assured and se m The Mayors proclamation called for the closing and opening of busi ness places at certain hours of the from Saturday morning last un was not Whqn Hampton and practically all of the seven towns of the county having felt the necessity of going on the waiver plan in order to avoid the possibility of disastrous til 8 Tuesday the 19thT Monday financial affecting forenoon at a meeting of the Com and consequently all other lines of club conditions were re i iii L viewed at the afternoon meeting of it was still not being agi the communlty as a whole addresses tated Our big sister city to the were heard and course of action de Iowa had taken the Committees were appoint course the week before Fort Dodge to serve signatures of bank patrons and de and Webster City had taken similar positors begun and vigorously entered but it was so positively felt into until at this time there is every that Ackley would not necessarily assurance that the work will be corn take up the plan there was nothing to indicate it Friday but dred patrons the situation calls for late in the with reports com absolute loyalty and helpful ing from Eldora and other towns in cooperation on the part of Hardin county that proclamations ELDORAS TEN HOLIDAYS Business There Part of the Day Mayor Ryans A ten day business holiday be came effective at last Thurs day and there is about as much ac cord as there is elsewhere people taking it as a matter of There are three banks in the city and one of them makes the through a bulletin on its front that they have money to meet all obligations on FIRE ON CARSTENS FARM Barn and Other and Grain Destroyed Ackleys fire with and chemical responded to a call that came from the August Carstens farm home two miles south of town Tuesday A large barn together with hay and and several smaller buildings Thought to have been caused by spontaneous Loss quite heavy but not exactly Farm is owned 4y the August Carstens TODAYS WORLDJOURNAL Interesting as Usual and Ctiiuk Full of Legitimate Todays World Journal ia not an exception to the regular Thursdays Every feature of the commu nitys life is presented local state matters and community affairs as well as edU Youll find the annual finan cial report of the school district in teresting The paper goes into the homes of 1750 people the trade territory of Ackley the regular yearly average is is gratuitous information to Ackley merchants who want to reach the buying at a minimum ex Practically every home that has an interest in Ackley or in thft communitys religious in a business and pays for this household Frank Goettel was at Algona and on business connection with the farm interests of Sadie Faust Mil He oversees and has the rental of the WORKlilR LESS Union Labor Organizations at terloo Cut the Wa had been issued by the several SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS it was deemed prudent that AckBuUer County Awarfs Contracts for ley take the same and it was Printers were set to work Road WfOrk and The board of supervisors of Butler 1 I P shortly after m setting up county awarded aTld ana for to the Clear by Saturday morning every Lake Construction company for 28 business entrance bore the placard QQQ Proclamation and information that yards of earth excavation in Madison There were because of general lines three bidders of business would be subject to eer tain Six miles of side cast grade the remainder of the was de There is no reason for apprehenferred untn July 13 sion or alarm the action taken is fl j The Puilerton Lumber companyi precautionary move for the reason Am was awarded conttact f that practically all banks the four board feet of treated lumber at There were six will be used for bridge construc counties have resorted method Ackley banks to the same have always nanciers throughout the state they i have been recognized for their sta1 solidity and and coupled to this is the further fact that our people as a whole are thrif energetic and conservative and back of this one of the richest agri cultural sections in all So the EXPENSE ACCOUNTS Candidates for Nomination at Primary June of GOOD HOLSTEINS New York State Farmers Appreciate Quality in An esteemed the Una New York state of Thursday contains this bit of information that Iowa and commu nity farmers will read with interest At a oneday sale of pure bred Holsteins at the Earlville sale pa villion the average price was and the top price was The sale was well attended by but the prices remained Candidates for nomination to t ficial place at the June primary elec1 Dairying as conducted on a broad in compliance with the state ln election have filed their expense numerous cheese factones Dairymen 4Ka iro MIA AP rVi with Auditor Bridgens vIue of Mabel candidate for abl7 the iTlOUCi Fred candidate for candidate for candidate for candidate for county LeRoy d e m ocratic candidate for democratic didate for Dan candidate for C candidate for super heruds than Hoi would sell for in Royal Neighbors will have a Kens ington at Fellows hall on the af ternoon Tuesday Greenfield and George field will Dar Lost Heavily Paid Endicott Johnson Corporation ex perienced a net loss of in the six months ended June after payment of dividends and premium on preferred stock purchased fpr re tirement according to their semi annual The company must have a little mint of its William Bush is at Deaconess hospital at undergo an operation for She will a throat JOHN LIMBURG Died at Home Wednesday Morning Old Resident Burial John resident of Ackley and Austinville communities since early died at his home in this city the night of the Although he had been in poor health several his condition did not develop seriously until about two weeks He recently sustained a slight stroke of Born in he came to this his parents he was in his 70th year born May Survived by his brothesr Peter of and four John Anna Vander Orange Margaret and George Twentyfive years ago he was a member of the firm of Bonacker dealers in farm machinery and doing an extensive business in Ackley he quit and took up other lines of work for several years he served as an extra rural mail but because of the con dition of his health preferred no par ticular business A man of excellent a good citizen and with many Funeral services are to be held at the Limburg home Friday afternoon at at at the Christian Reform church at conducted by the Jelling burial in Memorial cemetery near that Thermometers register 95 to on shady side of Ha Good old summer Boys to old swim min hole Read WorldJournal Because of with many of the building trades workers un employed as they have been largely through the spring and summer sea union labor organizations at Wa terloo have willingly reduced their wage scales in order to induce and encourage building For instance according to the union have been receiving where and when an hour that was the peak price the sealer was 75c the new special scale 67 cents an hour electricians were re ceiving 90 cents the special 81c with 72 the new under standing theyll work for 90c the new un derstanding plumbers un der the new arrangement 90c sheet metal workers at 67 These charges are to continue til the 15th of October working un der the same conditions GAVE PRACTICAL TALK Roger Cedar Falls Here Monday Roger head of one of the banks at Cedar son of John pioneer banker of who began business there in 1856 when it was a gave the people of Ackley the benefit of some of his experiences in the banking business that runs through fifty years and More especially the waiver plan which was put into effect ia Cedar Falls banks away along last The substance of his ad dress was that under present condi it is the only Since its inauguration at Cedar every body is satisfied and feels safe and doubly and he deemed it the proper move for our DOWNPOUR OF RAIN WIND AND Considerable damage resulted from the storm that broke at about 11 oclock last Saturday Rain fell in fully two inches of wa ter this was accompanied by strong Limbs of many a foot and more were wrenched off and branches were scat tered in all Aside from no serious damage ap pears to have been A Message To the People B Town and Country E are not trying to get your money ours tied up We woke up and found our money tied up WE ABE TRYING TO LOOSEN IT UP on the most advantageous terms The waiver which we had hoped to avoid a few days is being quite generally adopted Iowa The extraordinary situation brought about through no fault of has made it very latest kind of effort meetjngthe and and bringing forth your money It is the only method in the circumstances yet heard of by Success ought effectually to prevent runs and restore open the offices and and bring about easier money Will you not help A hundred per you will It is not nor any individual that Your community The call affecte every woman and child in Do not sign the waiver without wanting when you ttand we feel that you will he glad Come and Someone on duty all the time at Uje American Legion Volun teerswilling to without pay For the committee selected by the Commercial Club and business peoplec Of Jofea George   

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