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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - September 29, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOIJJME Official iiardin SEPTEMBER WHOLE U i ONJJOOKODT Claim Money is Motive in Enforce Must Be Turned Over to Yanks win two games of worlds series in New York first Yanks Chicago Cubs Second Yanks Cubs State board of education challenges The Iowa Motor published aucjit of state university nothing by the AAA Motor Club of willing to listen to advice but n death blow to speed onnosns serts that a death traps alleged to be operating in storm in Puerto takes toll of f towns in Iowa has been dealt 200 lives and destroys property vnl many tw the AAA club enlisting the aid of ued at ten J ff CONTRACTS GRAVEL Twenlynine Miles al Cost of 13c Per Cubic the 1 1 state motor vehicle Total Cost McCoy was awarded a contract from Butler county board of supervisors for grav eling 29 miles of county his bid being His bid was for 13 Governor Roosevelt of New cents per cubic yard for the first mile J 1 1 JUl LI1W U11H the attorney generals office and club at Omaha and Sioux City and 3 cents per cubic yard for addi tional half mile The contract is for short stretches in West Jack officers and members everybody is not agreed that speed traps exist in the number or as stories in the press would Anyone living in the smaller towns and who has taken any note of automobile traffic knows that the state speed taken in the most liberal are being vio lated many times every day in most any Without a traffic officer to hold speeders in check the public is in constant danger from the fast automobile the state law provides a maximum speed of 15 miles an hour through the business but in any of the alleged speedtraps few motorists are molested when travel ing at twice that The public is entitled to as well as the motorist who has a mania for excessive The article published in the Motor News follows AAA motor club attorneyswith the cooperation of the state motor ve hicle the attorney gen erals club officials and mem bers have p r a c tically eliminated Iowas mercenary speed The roadside collecting agencies al Maynard and Davis City have fold ed up and Hazelton is undergoing a heavy Plainfield announced it has placed a 40mileanhour max imum on travel through the Many other small communities where arrests were more or less pro lific have adopted the tactics of ar resting only those who are driving faster than reasonable safety With this motor club officials are in hearty A ruling of the attorney generals that according to the state law all fines and costs collected by mo torcycle cops and justices or mayors must be turned over to the county boards of supervisors for proper al sounded the death knell of the speed traps at Davis City and Paced with the necessity of return ing all fines and costs collected from To page eight INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES Grundy County Will Have Several at November An independent ticket with several names will be on the fall election bal lot in Grundy Ellert who has been Grundys representa tive at Des Moines the past has announced that he is going to be a candidate for reelection as an Inde pendent He was defeated for the nomination by Hiram Lutter man of Shiloh township at the June Mooty is the Republican He will be opposed by Hen ry of Wilson and Plager are Mr Plager was one time at the head of the Farm Bureau in Gvundy Dwight Mooty has announced that he will be a candidate for clerk of courts and Ray Morrison for coun ty Germany says she cannot pay Un le Sam seven million dollars on the Three British cabinet heads Baruch and expresident ioolidge aids in rail To re iort plan to save Cuban reign of political our to build three new warships old REINBECK BUSINESS MAN PILES FOR REPRESENTATIVE Reinbeck business has sent for nomination papers with the of filing as inde Pendent candidate for representative This is Wilsons first venture in Building a ten miles south east of has let the contrac for the erection of a bam to take th Place of the one that was recently destroyed by It is to be 24x5 with a 56foot Th emocratic candidate for president At Milwaukee Expect throngs to greet President will convene for its October term in Allison on Judge Charles will pre Trial jurors will report SCHEDULE OF GAMES Home Season Opens Saturday High The opening of the season on the part of the football squad of Ackley high cf games to be played at home opens next Fri day the and the con testing team will be from Other games to be played on the home grounds here are October IN THE LOCAL FIELD More Bonds for The board of supervisors Friday officially sanctioned the issuance of county bonds to the amount of r t F jiujjiu gjwujiua Hoover at Des Monies on the 4th of Shell with Conrad November with the Beaver Folkers Condition William who was found near the cemetery south of Allison on suffering from a leg fracture and severe is in a serious condition at Hampton hos Rockford high school squad Novem ber 11 as Season tickets are 60c and and Sherman Rath went to Waterloo and Wednes to be present at the funeral EGG PRICES ADVANCE Farmer Now Gets for a Casei Was Down to A break in the clouds The produce market has recorded several ad vances during the past two to three For a time eggs were quoted Thn which have already I at as low as 9 cents a dozen the been purchased by the Citizens First present market price is 17 cents for eggs grading one and 12 cents a dozen for number While thft advance has been it still is an advance and the farmer who receives a case for eggs now feels im mensely better than he did when he went back home with only for a case of thirty dozen Cream is about stationary at present at Retail sells at 24 cents a National bank at par plus are to take up warrants against the coun ty poor and insane Date of hearing of any possible objectors to the issue was set for September Henry Trainer is seriously Taken unexpectedly ill during the early morning of she ap pears to have sustained a light stroke of but she retained posses sion of her self sufficiently to enable her to telephone to the home of her son who in turn summoned u At this time her condition is deemed his injuries being aggravated Charles a cousin of by He had lain beside the who died at Waterloo the first road all he told his after having been beaten and robbed by a stranger with whom he had rid den from Pneumonia had de veloped i Court to Open the Burial was at Second Crop William Lorenz of Lincoln I Black Hawk has been picking a second crop of All places of business along Main will be closed during the time the football game that is to be between Ackley high school and to 6 It is the first home game of the season and a good turnout on the part of the public is hoped Presbyterian church Ladies Aid afternoon October 6 She has picked as many as District court for Butler county nnarts at a five j Mesdames White I Meyer and of abilobooo achle of long H0o 1903 Hunting Season The hunting season for jacksnipe and other wild fowl opens October According to the law fifteen ducks the for any one for except the ruddy and bufflehead duck fewer of the canvas So far aa duckhunting in this section is con there is little of FOKIOHFAVINi Hayor and Council Were at Eldora Matter Before Just what may develop in a con crete regarding a proposal and as well as a that ivas placed before the Board of Su ervisors by the mayor and members of the town council of a few days remains to be It is possible that the Board may see its ivay clear to pave the strip on the street along the park up to the coun paved road but here is no certainty that the Board will do or whether they will con clude that it is or should be any part of the Boards It is understood that bids will be by the highway on the at lor paving that unpaved portion of highway twenty that leads west over to and beyond the railroad past the Ackley canning The con clusion was reached rather that with a paving crew at work in Ackley on the east span ning the Illinois Central there would be a willingness on the part of the Board to authorize the woblock strip on the east side of the past the Henry Al John Ed King and Ed Spengler But just what the Board may con clude to is not The Ackley delegation was given JVlVlSfcJ tJIH Hi w Jinci if nntj courteous hearing and consideration Fern Hannah Sophie not not Taldine on the part of the board whether1 they will conclude to meet the Ackley publics is another matter that will not be known until after the bids called for have been received and the contract awarded for the FOURCOUNTY FAIR Arrangements for MidWinter Meeting Going While there is nothing of particu lar interest to in con nection with the annual midwinter weeks on the part of the Four County Fair it is inter esting to know that the officers held a business meeting during the past where various matters in con nection with the weeks December were given close There are many preliminary ar rangements to be made that require time and diligent effort and it was for this reason the meeting was The FourCounty for twentythree years has been an annual event in early in the month of is one of the really big things in the line of ad vanced agriculture that has left its impress on farmers and live stock dairymen and others engaged in agricultural pursuits in the big four counties of Grundy and Entertainment judges of the various departments and other preliminaries were given considera Officers and directors are firm in their belief that the 1932 fair will be equal in every detail to any pre vious TOP Fred Joe John Lambert ROW TWO Hattie Luella Elizabeth Hilda Ruth ROW THREE Margaret Cora Amanda Herman Fern Hannah Sophie not not Taldine Katie John Fred ROW FIVE Ude Paul Adam August Fred Herman John Roy At any rate the trip to Eldora on the part of the was worth the time and regardless of Just what action the highway com mission will remains to be BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notes of General Interest Clyde Tuesday was in a dangerous condition at Iowa Falls hospital as result of burns suffered when he touched a high voltage wire while painting a transformer at the Central States power His clothing was burned from the upper part of his body and his chest was severely Kirbys home is at Cedar Natural gas for heating purposes is to be piped into Belmond by the Central State Electric on To heat the public school buildings and public Private homes may also buy the The Tall Corn restaurant at Grun dy Center has been bought by Ernest Eckhoff until recently Steamboat George Gnagy and wife had operated the place five with a 56foot Th operated the place improvement will cost between Trees of immense tha weie large prior to the Civil are being cut down on the Henry Balvanz They are hardwood below and Ackley dealers will sup Ply the building Gann at Gann of sister of the By a very narrow marginal vicepresident Charles is to the town of Washington will sanction at republican meeting at Sunday The proposition was next Saturday e v e defeated in an election two years During the afternoon of that she Present term of Jones county court s to be at where she will at Anamosa contains 53 new law be the guest of the republican worn 32 state 67 new equity ens club of that eity casessad seven new divorce KLIEBENSTEIN INHALEDGA5 DIED Vice President of Hawkeye Main tainer Efforts to Revive Him Louis vice president of the Hawkeye Maintainer was found dead about Saturday at his 131 Pros pect Death was causedby inhaling He apparently had twisted a plug from a gas pipe in the bath and had lain near the opening with his head on according to Frank of the fire who accompanied a res cue crew to the Firemen worked over the body for half an hour in an effort to resusci tate the dead Four tanks of oxygen were They discovered Kliebenstein in the locked after members of the family had notified Liffring that gas was escaping from the room Break Door Liffring directed the fire de partment to the Firemen found it necessary to break down the bath room door to gain Coroner who was called from expressed the opinion that death was He said no inquest would be Kliebenstein had been in ap parent good spirits up until the day where he lived for a great part of his early He is a member of First Presby terian Children Surviving are his the for mer Miss Lulu a Eu gene Kliebenstein a Miss Alice all living at home a Des Moines nrnr nrrnnn THE WEEK S RECORD Real Estate Three Divorce Considerable more activity at the and three Miss Emma KliebHardin county court house during the enstein and Miss Cora past up to than for both living in Grundy and Frank j The deceased was a younger broth er of Miss Emma who for any number of years made her home in and taught the previous Eleven real es tate transfers were of the transfers dated away back in another carelessness on the part of the prin Both town and farm proper On the Sick Carstens has not been in even his ordinary health during the recent No particular but just a condition that is incident to advanced He is one of Ack leys oldest coming here in the early engaged in the hardware business for many Retiring from active business a few years he still has taken a keen interest in community He was several years in that his eyesight was wholly lost to CONTRACT MAY 27 11UJ11G At ty none from this both privately and in the public He was familiarly known to many here and the friends express sympathy for the immediate mem bers of his family and for those who mourn his BLOW SAFE IN FARM Real estate mortgages filed num bered totaling and some of these bore date of transfer back to last Chattel mortgages filed totaled Several on cattle and two 37 Here HOME OBTAIN steers at a single i furniture and chickens for MOUNT authorities beautyshop and vigilantes scoured the country Total about Completion of Paving on Highway Twenty Across It is understood that the highway in session at will award the contract for completion of the street paving on highway leading through Ackley on the FranklinHardin coun ty line west from the present on the This is for the completed work across the Minneap olis Louis railroad Saturday for three men who For Next Court night bound John 815year1 Six court cases were docketed one old and his Cora by Elizabeth Baurer against FrSnk Belle and escaped with Hn county claim damage to in cash and a Liberty Northwestern Mutual Life bond after blowing open a Frank foreclo The man entered on a pretense of farm three di lopking for the Johnstons vorce Fannie Larson Con i and bound them to the foot of rad Larson Olive Hensley against a The couple released them Wayne Hensley Eva Walters against of the neighbors salves shortly after the men left and Henry Walters two claims by the Members of the family told the corwalked to a neighbors home to Bankers Life and John Han oner that Kliebenstein had been f the worrying about ill Kliebenstein has been Vice The Teachers Training class of j cock Mutual for and 708 7 f il e Hawkeve Maintainer ine ieacners Training ciass 01 company for the past four the Presbyterian church held its first President Hoover is to be at Des Previous to that time for 18 years meeting of the season Wednesday His he was vice president of the construe evening at the home of and address will be delivered at the state Building a and Lou stantial Geneva township have given the contract to an Ackley builder for the erection of a new resi dence place on their It is un derstood that the house will be mod ernly furnished the house will cost around tipn Machinery He was born in in Grundy fair of Marys Catholic attended the funeral of at a week The two were friends of long Healen was charge of the congregation at Visiting in and Isaac Yarbrough left last Friday for their old home at They will he ab sent two weeks or   

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