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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - July 28, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME Official Hardin JULY WHOLE SPENCER HAS IDEA OF PUBLIC PLANTS Briefs of tbe Exsenator Atlee dem of placed on finance i board by President Hoover Pome n fnatoad rene a Have is lead er of group there that defamed T k Industry Out of Claim social revolution aim of els Canning Plant Putting Up BeansFrost in Eviction of bonus seekers from capital grounds at again Petitions requesting that an elec agrees to evacuate tion be called to place before the voters of Spencer the proposition of View of statesmen Germany must placing full control of the citys mube restored to place in sun before nicipal industries in the hands of an world prosperity can Representatives from dozen Iowa cities meet with Turner in Des decide relief bodies will need ready been states the NewsJ Herald of that j Assassin of President Doumer of Inasmuch as Ackley owns the local France must die head will be light and power the plan used chopped there is Canada and British countries meet ing now at realize tht future of branch industries hang in balance by possible tariff Go Roosevelt to speak appointed board of three trustees are being circulated this week with sev ral hundred signatures having al plan proposed for vote is that the electric light and power the waterworks and heating plant owned and operated by the city under the present control of the city coun cil be put into the hands of a board of trustees who are appointed by the mayor with approval of the council the trustees to be named for four and sixyear terms to begin and terms as their terms They would have com plete control of the rnanagement and ASSEMBLE AT HAMPTON The salaryof trustees wiolv tivr Aimiroi would be one dollar per Take Out of SPANISH WAR VETS TO HAVE REUNION The purpose of the plan is to re move the municipal industries as far as possible from city With out question in several past EARLY IN AUGUST The annual reunion of the Second Iowa which served the United States during the Spanish American war will be held at Harri manFink Park in Hampton on Sun the management and operation of the day Augugt 14th and pians for the light plant and other industries has evenfc afe aireadv under way by the been either an active or indirecf issue local members of that regiment and in election of city councilmen and mayors to the detriment of the prop er conduct of industries of the size and extent of the Spencer FORT PECK RODEO TO BE IN 7 Evidence Good Wild West Sports by Men and Wom en of the The advance agent of the Fort Peck Rodeo company of Mon was in the city Wednesday af making arrangements for their appearance in Sunday August The company has been appearing in Iowa towns to the satisfaction and delight of lovers of this form of riding and all manner of western They have ap peared at Independence and and come highly recom mended as men and women of char reliable in every way and the character of their entertainment is such as meets approval by the gen eral They will show on the open space just west of the canning on the south side of highway just beyond the Lindemann service The program begins at charges are 35 cents and 10 cents for There is plenty of parking sPace for automobiles on the for which no extra charge will be their Three committees to look after preliminary preparations were made at a meeting of the local unit last Tuesday The grounds com mittee appointed includes My Ed Fer ris and Cindia The en tertainment committee named in cludes Minnie and and The third committee named was for refresh ments and includes Meyers and and Expect Large of command and adjutant of the local post of SpanishAmerican Wai state that advance indica tions are there will be a record crowd here for the Practically of the former officers of the regiment are expected as well as a large ma jority of the enlisted e PACKING BEANS 0 The Open Forum D COMMUNITY MEET FRIDAY MORNING BANK WAIVER PLAN APPROACH ES DESIRED GOAL Further Concerted Action Probable and Every Interested Person Wanted The effort that has been made in Ackley since July 9 to secure the en dorsement of local bank depositors to waivers of certain deposits is close to completion and but the desired purpose is to obtain a 100 percent endorsement so that there will be positive assurance that the plan meets complete approval and Jeaves no possibility of questioning any thing in connection with the Waiver This is the gist of the announce AT THE COUNTY FAIR Henry Candidate for an Henry who won the repub lican nomination for senator in the recent primary is to be a star attraction at the county fair that is to be held at Eldora the Har din county fair in which all of you are interested August 15 to Mr field will be there during the after noon of the Field is not the only attrac Exhibits from Iowa and Har din county farms in particular many special horseracing and all that besides the admission charge been and thai too should serve to o three evenings will have attractive fireworks WorldJournal suggests thai ment made from the bandstand in the fair association prevail upon Mr Ackley last evening by the request Louis Murphy of democrat of the waiver committee and work jc candidate for to who were good enough to attend also and folks sign waivers are invited to attend a an opportunity of hearing meeting at the Public School Auditor him in Ackley Friday morning at PLENTY HIGH IN RUSSIA 10 The purpose is to discuss PRICES OUT OF SIGHT plans for the protection of those who t The Pathfinder tells something of fke Ft Dodge conditions that are prevalent in sov CONDITIONS AS THEY APPLYTOOURBANKS THE WAIVER PLAN Y this time it is reasonably safe today People 4all over the country know the situation and sym pathize and you will just have to notify them when they return your check to You havent committed any crime as the money was there I when you wrote the If you sign a waiver and have both a note and an account at the the account will be offset against the That if you owed the bank on a note and BY this time it is reasonably safe had in your checking to say that everybody is familiar note would be In a with the fact that Ackleys two ad1 mittedly sound and secure banks as we did at that after are closed in order to protect deposi the waiver campaign has been sue tors and community interests also cessfully put it will add to the that all other banks in the county are j ofth mmcls ofthe going through the same unpleasant Franklin countys having completed the waiver canvass arc doing business as What security is there for the new deposits The waiver plan ap plies only to money now in the The new deposits are safer as they are protected from any run on the I IH t IS Itl M11J VIII The same is true of Dodge the waivers preventing and Webster county banks likewise The new money taken in is kept in Webster City and Hamilton county or invested in very liquid Fayette and Bremj New loans A bank er county at Marshalltown and elseawhile until they build up the cash It is interesting to know what people in other communities are do ing to protect their banks and business interests in Following is an opinion from Inde pendence Said Leytze The life of a city is like the life of a person in thatthere come times that are very The condition existing now is something that has not been brought on by the actions of the two banks They were func tioning in good shape when the sur rounding banks began to The last straw was the closing of the banks in Waterloo and Now we have come to a time when the people of the community must help We can pull forget our petty jealousies and come out director of the State Bank of Fayette said This bank was the first in northeast Iowa to go on the waiver plan and it has been eminently He then read the waiver form and start ed his explanation of how it After the waiver is all ac At Fayette the deposits increased go good after the waiver plan was put into effect that six weeks ago the bank released to each and every When the notice was posted a lot of our people never drew their money said the Civic said a prominent In dependence business ought to help each one step up to the desk and sign these waivers and if it then isnt it good sound judgment to do so SIGNED UP QUICKLY Took Only Eight and a Half Days at All Franklin county banks are open and doing business as so too are general lines of It took only eight and a half days to obtain savings or time designatures of depositors in all three will be placed on one certifiHampton banks and there are heavy cate which will draw 3 per cent in depositors The people were SL THhrwrermany oroZnf irs signing the as good as another and is entitled to blew when the good news was pro as much consideration as To How about Ackley protect the absent and stable deposied and concededly the richest an signed the waivers will be Rus But by Friday morning at sia is that land of which Iowas rep ten oclock it is sincerely hoped that resentative in the United States sen be ate recently said Next to our own wd have signed by that the the government of Russia is the best all Dodge plan may be adopted if those in the int present see In addition to the jf Russians could buy American ity are invited to be present to make the farmer would be in Here are prices Some things done else Eggs for ten or 25 cents each where will probably be The butter is a and it is not e very likely that many Russiana Of committee has the 7 f w Plans adopted This an very Keiy Marshall Canning Plant Over at Wa louncement is made at the request of the present have much of an idea TO BUILD MORE ROADS The Iowa state highway commis sion has decided to proceed with the construction of more than a hundred of additional paying on the primary road system this This is another step in the progress being made tpward the stimulation of business and employment within the The extension of the 1983 paving Program in Iowa has been made pos sible by the federal Pnation which is immediately avail CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS GET FROM STATE Iowa consolidated 362 of are the richer by apportioned by the state department the verly is Bean packing operations at the Marshall Canning company plant at DODGE BUSINESS Waverly are going full blast this j Because of heavy receipts of the snipping department has been working on a 24hour schedule since the middle of last Due to the fact that some of the growers have only brought in their first it is not known how long operations will Manager Hart said Mondays receipts of beans was the largest so far this Over 100 people are employed at the plant this what butter looks not mention ing the taste of Chickens are just an ordinary BANK HOLIDAY ENDS gpose that strutg aroUnd the capita of Costs of receivership and liquidationi closed since July Are would probably amount to 50 per you one to endanger the entire corn The use of waivers is an incon munity venience but not a Three parties are affected by the liquidation of a the Women Voters are the debtors and the Forcing the bank to pay in full at this time will mean that the bank must force out of business some of your neighbors and People will change their minds when they realize that all the bank is is a sym bol of their neighbors and friends who are When a bank is in a crisis all it can do is call its dol lars back from the farmer and busi ness man who has borrowed Under the waiver plan all deposits will draw 3 per cent Three years is chosen as the time for the waiver for several Many questions have been asked and Im going to to anticipate a few of About outstanding checks If you have signed checks they will come back to Whether the waiver plan goes over or the checks would be no good in either July 1 to obtain waivers from depos tors of the two More gaid to be the latest than depositors signed the of actual necessities of life which are pledges to make BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Stover of has returned home from a hospital he is thirtyfive pounds lighter than he was when he went The operation was successful and he is doing so The school board of the consolidat ed district of this making new contracts with four bus drivers covering the districts will operate a saving of less during the cowing Public instruction of consolidated Senator Dickinson has returned to schools maintaining four rooms or Algona from He went institution got to pes Moines to confer with Gover into the then back to Cfcieago to e national political Because Algona has been overrun with tramps and menfloatersout which will go into the gen fund of the school A taranS about srrr one and onehalf inches in Moore general atore was on the night police An unidentified man was killed at Sunday nteht age 40 dark Winners Milk is 75 cents a bottle They are not worth a nickel f Potatoes 50 cents for two and one ended Monday with the reopening of he Fort Dodge National bank and First State Bank and Trust A holiday had been in effect since pounds flour same when meat is a so is not much likelihood that the average Russian is eating much 10 withdrawals for a period of three The from During this time the deposits TMflb who had experienced will draw interest at the rate of three per payable The total deposits of the two banks are approximately The muni f cipal band led a celebration that B not ht thftt he marked the end of the business njmaejf he wowld Tecovw ilv 8erious pagt seyeral dayg can in BIBLE CONFERENCE oldtime resident of this also one of the oldest Annual Gathering at Cedar Falls S3idents of southwest Butler Commencing Next j seriously ill at his home The Bible conference that has been year ago he had a similar held annually at Cedar Falls during bu the past several in which variwhlle wel1 advanced 300 merchants ous churches have been convenes there again next and continues through the week of the the following As usual hftv 8igned their names resentatives of Ackley churches will to ft page advertisement in the Ames be Young people of rg declaring their faith in the thres in considerable Among at Alden Sun day evening enjoying the pleasures affordeti at Riverview Park were and Dan Thorp Garner Has Barz of Garner pn proclaimed a business holi During this Dirty Scallawag Imposed On an Ackley Butcher A stranger who by his appearance ave the impression of being a labor er or or as is sometimes known as the boss of a road grad ng or construction crew of dropped in at Witticks meat market and related his story to He represented himself as being the foreman of a crew of meti who were doing some county work for Butler county that their camp was about five miles east of Ack He said Ke had not but would pay for what he next time he came The man bought a smoked a side of a ten pound pail of lard and other meat amounting to about He chucked the meats under his arm and went outside to where his automobile had been was the last seen or heard of the Later in order to satisfy him self as to the truth of the mans Wittick made inquiry and investigatedrno bridge or culvert work is being done by Butler county in the locality The man was just a notorious deadbeat and the probabilities are that he has prac ticed the same deception on other merchants Invited to Meet at Wednesday Women voters of Hardin county are invited and urged to attend a meeting that is to be held at Eldora at the court on the evening of next August at 8 The purpose of this meeting1 is to perfect a county organization and arrange fpr further party work during the Dick of Iowa who has identified herself with the par tys on the womens in vites women voters to be SELLS HIS FARM Charles Cobie Disposes of Eighty Acres to John Evidencing faith in Iowa evi dencing faith in present as well future farming John JV northwest of haa bought the 80acre farm formerly known as the Mike Ryan farm owned by Charles Cobie of this The building improvements on the farm are fair the land is located a mile southwest of Left who came to Ackley from somewhere in sever al months contracting to buy the North cafe from the last of the week locked up and faded Hawkinscame with igood but business Christensen came from lington where he been a restaurant since leaving and is again in charge of the who returned day last from Webster having undergone an operation at a hospital is suffering from pleurisy this Highway and grade crossing acci dents at least eigkt deaths the last of the Lewis Ferris and Alicf pf Hampton among the Vpy northeast of are threshing They had eighty of splendid barley that prom gspd Barley is good Vicepresideht Cvrtfe stops at Om aha to Olympics at Los Represents president 18   

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