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   Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - December 1, 1932, Ackley, Iowa                                VOLUME TOPIC IN LEGISLATURE Repeal of 5Day Primary Laws Also to Be Tax the lowering of taxes as a whole and a shift of the tax burden from real estate to something be by far the predominent question before the coming legisla This was disclosed Tuesday in a poll taken by International News Every member of the forth coming legislature was asked to out line legislation he will propose or support and every lawmaker who an swered put tax reform at the top of the list Seek to Cut Closely tied With tax of was curtailment of gov ernmental The two lems necessarily must be worked out and that they will be work ed out seemed assured beyond n The legislators differ on how tax te should be but they all agreed that tax reform was by far the most important question they must face and that it must be accomplished even if some of them have to yield from their own plan to reach some workable Several Repeals Other proposals due to come be fore the legislature include Repeal of the state prohibition law at modification to meet Continued on page two Patrons Demand Lowered Phone of tbe nDornittfi WHOLE SUPERVISORS FIX COUNTY TAX RATES Grundy delegation patrons of Iowa Telephone com pany Tuesday morning went to New headquarters the to present demands of rural and town patrons of the local exchange for modification of rates for They took a petition signed by a i large majority of the town jsking a cut from monthly to and orders from 29 of the 83 ru ral lines for removal of patrons phones if the charges to them are not I nit from to A massmeeting of held here Monday developed that a franchise will be sought here and IE a new exchange opened if the re quests for lower charges is not If Patrons recite that their incomes and I charges for everything else have been whereas telephone costs re I where they were placed at the peak of CUTTING FUNERAL HELD WEDNESDAY NEAR WELLSBURG The funeral of Ubbe who died Sun day at her home at wa held Wednesday afternoon at the German Presbyterian church of Ger man Engelkes Her husband died some years ago Survivors are two daughters and two sons Will and John and Folkert and a sis John GOLPBN WEDPING and at WWtten Observe the November 83 was home coming day Henry Miller home north of The went was in honor of and MWeft fiftieth wed He is she is 6 5 ears of Both arein good health THAN AT BUCHANAN FARM SALE attended Inde totaled price on sold pejrsons we Klotz combination Pftle Pendence RMeiP than top was fio S 12 to Cattle averaged Sheep r of every acr of President to Japd Various Contracts Entered Into Poor Get Dental Relief Work and 20 classes it as war Italian Fascist impose penalty of njffimto suspension an Augusto Tu TV Party secretary Hitler dodges German cabinet is avoids scheduled conference with proceedings of the Hardin Kurt von Senate economy 1 committee starts on cutting cost of governmnt to go further than Hoover pro Burden of direct taxation on people of in 1931 was 9 billion 519 mil ion Secretary Hyde Says iirsi to feel is first to sho w signs of Garner returns to plan for forcing vote on repeal of the 18th amendment n congress to llcw record franc and yen of Wheat price again declines to all irrte Hog prices dip to lowest level of season cattle continue county board of the figures in dollars and the truth is ascertained that the poor are ever with for with each individual bill as listed it develops that there are very many who do not provide own REPEAL OF 5DAY LAWJS SOUGHT CLAIMED IOWA LOSES MUCH TO OTHER STATES Measure Demands Five Days Written Notice Before Marriage Cere Force Two Another noble experiment bids fair to go into the Repeal of Iowas experiment in the preven tion of hasty fiveday marriage license be sought n the next general meet ing in Two members of the Fortyfifth assembly have advised the Associated Press that they will seek to have the muchdiscussed measure removed from the Iowa statutes by introduc ing repeal bills in both the house and Senator Topping of Representative Humeston of Wayne are advocating its The marriage law was the subject of bitter debate before it finally was passed by the Fortyfourth general Introduced in the senate by Senator George it first was defeated in the house and then reconsidered and passed after being It is charged that other states get the benefit of the their coal nnd other The board exercises extreme care along this but the demands that are call the exercise of care as Well as The statement is not by an official that close to four hundred families living within the have received or are receiving allowances from public in varying The board contracted with dentists trf render service to persons unable to pay for such when the dentists provide a bond promising the faithful performance of such Frank fireman at the county heat ing is to receive a month day and night mates were furnished by the county engineer for excavations and other road and taxes on certain prop on application of the were The state director of the budget granted the request of the board to from the emergency to the county board fund also from the emengency to the fair ground Fix Tax The estimate as published budget failed passage themajority members of the board two to fixed a different The state fund will be nine mills Continued on page five FAILED TO DELIVER Intending Purchaser of Hall Depart ment Store at Iowa PROVEN BY FINGER PRINTS Highwayman Killed in Arizona Was a Grinnell Kenneth an attorney of was to arrive at lato Saturday to attempt to identify the body of a slain believed to be his broth alias Jerry of Fingerprints of the dead youth identify him as it was declared by police here following a study of records of the Des criminal identification The intending purchaser of Halls Department store at Iowa who hails from Wis has brought suit against owner of the for 000 for failure to It is un derstood that negotiations were brok en off after the work of invoicing the stock had been begun and the store closed for all of a Just what the differences were between intend ing seller and buyer is not A new inventory of the stock is to be aken by experienced people who are connected with Carson Pirie Ssott of The Hall store is per haps the largest dealer in highclass merchandise in the Seenic City and the outcome of the case will be eag erly Judge Clock of Hamp ton is hearing the Announcement is now made that the store will reopen in a short time THEYRE LUCKY AT HARDINS COURT HOUSE The Weeks A very quiet week at the court Only five real estate transfers were for small Real estate mortgages filed numbered totaling about with two for Chattel mortgages filed were equally totaling twenty a single entry of on live stock and machinery poolhall equipment at Alden for furniture and ma chinery an Whippet I Depositorsof First Trust Savings at to Get Gcod news for depositors of the defunct First Trust and Savings banl of Through the C Porter of and Dun assistant they are in charge of the affairs of the Farmers State bank of Ackley announcement is made that a twenty per cent divi amounting to will be made pro rata to the 850 depositors The Eldora bank closed early in The statement is made tha there is more money on HARDIN FAIR ACCIDENT Dick Burma and Sifting In Auto Accident at this Thursday just be going to comes report of i serious accident that befell Dick Burma and Ebel at They in company with Meinders and daughter Miss were on their Way to Mont South to attend the funeral of a In an effort to pass a team of horses their view of another approaching from the opposite was Ths cars Burma was seriously injured Marie Meinders sustained a broken hip one of the members of the party was so serious y cut that twentyfive stitches were required to close the The in ured were taken to a hospital at Elsing sustained internal All the persons are either residents of this of Alexander or near and all are known to he greater number of our NO PARADE Efforts Made to Interest Merchants The parade committee after mnk ng a careful check of houses and the folkB that formerly made the have to give up the Efforts PLACES IN CONTEST Bryant Boy Wins Girl from Kingoross Third in Short horn Chicago AP Ohio State university won the intercollegiate livestockjudging contest at the International Livestock exposi tion Saturday with Kansas State Illinois Ontario o w a captured our places in the junior feeding con est for Shorthorn weighing between 760 and pounds at the ivestock show Robert Matthiesen of Bryant won second Anna Lee of King third Robert Pierce of Colum us fourth and Marvin Yoakam of First place in this class was won by the entry of Russell Kern of Other Iowa winners were Junior feeding Shorthorn e s ter Reed of third William An derson of West Junior feeding Hereford steers pounds Max Schomberg of and Clarence Goecke of State Davenport Girl Junior feeding contest pound class Marvin Yoakam of third AlbertCarstens of pound class Parkhill of Carlot cattle 23 brothers of second and 23 Rossmer of Charter first John Turin of second Sam third Peter Garland of and Wal ter Wessel of Teeds 12 John Moellor of second and fourth An 2 years Schmidt brothers rff Yearling A n Schmidt fourth Eg gers of Junior feeding contest Aberdeen Angus pounds Robert Wilkinson of second Joseph Miltner of Iowa THE BIG EVENT IS ALL NEXT WEEK FOUR COUNTY FAIR The big event of the season next week Plans and program for the big 23rd annual Four County Fair are com A splendid program has been arranged to interest Theday rograms were planned to be instruc and on them will the jest experts in their in the state cereal will again place the awards in Hex the baby the and Hoi fruit and McDonald will demonstrate latest popular cuts of and Al augh will give the latest authentic data on the agricultural outlook arid price Tuesday will be outlook Wednesday will be live stock Thursday will be corn with Burnette as The evening programs turn more o the entertainment side of commu nity In addition to the programs already there will be musi al treats given by he third grade harmonica the Apollo club and Ackley Com munity singing will again be fea also accordion and or ihestra A style show and meat cutting presentation of tro phies along with serving of prize cakes will help to round out the eve and an Overland for amounts vary Meeting of Association Was Held a ing from on up to indicat ins used cars in varying stages of The annual meeting of the Hardm County Agricultural Society was held Three new cases were filed with at Eldora Tuesday the clerk of Miss at at which time officeis Prudential Insurance company with and directors were chosen for the W tual ena nsa the Equitable Mucoming Thig socwty s one of with a foreclosure proceeding the oldest organizations in the farm lid for another Last falls fan left a on farm or mortgage foreclosure for another in expenses of a dollar and the amount of That is the record of the at the court Frank Pettitt has returned from Will Put TJp Obristmas Trees Ackley Streets Ackley win continue its custom of former years ind will decorate the business section of the town with Christmas trees which will be illuminated at night wjth colored the same as in former in addition to the big Christmas Tree thst is perinar nent in the Main Street The trees will be delivered within the next MILLER TROPHY CONTEST ATTRACTS NINE ENTRIES farmers had a county agent check the yield of ten acres of their corn to compete for the beautiful1 trophy donated four years ago by and recently four of the entrants produced over 100 bush els per acre ten or acres this Samples of corn from each entry and information on seed and fertiliz ing will be exhibited all next week in the corn show of the Four County The name of the winner will be announced and the trophy pre sented Thursday night of next week at the school Winners of this prize in other years DeWitt Mallory of Lubkeman and son of and Guy Coulter of HES A CORNPICKER Henry Saathoff Averaged 140 Bushels a Day on the Rob Oppold Robert northwest of Ack ley has completed the work of gathering the corn off of 100 A wonderful crop of corn has been both in yield per acre and in the quality of the averaging at least sixty bushels to the some considerably The greater part of the corn was picked or husked by Henry who appeals to have established quite a reputation as a corn picker he cleaned up the field at the rate of 140 bushels a day Saathoff is said to have played a pretty lively tune as the ears banged up against the high box and he kept two wagons New Cases in Hardin Filed with Clerkj of Miss at during the week ending with Saturday were these cases Prudential Insurance Anna Bjerkestyand et fcjre closure sw and nw se 5 Equitable Life Insurance Schmedlka et fore closure w nwH Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co Roy et 112388 fore closure neU and all east of 1 1 Land Sells at MalUcoat of Wyoming on Monday purchased the 80acre farm of Russell three miles east of Wyoming for acre This is a improved farm with good buildings on primary road No British shipping in gol to New i in In Subscribe for the fling programs at the High On account of the tush of fall and early date of the prettii urn lists going to many of thi egular supporters of the not There are plenty at season tickets and premium Hsta fdfc Season tickets are reduced to the owest figures in the Fair Season tickets good for three dayt and three evening at BOcj wo tickets for Entries Monday on small fruit and Tuesday on bnby beef and fat Sec adies program for entry closing tiirtfr n the Home Economics TRAGEDIES IN IOWA TAKE TOLL OF TEN Automobile Accidents Account Foe Six Several Persons Seriously Injured fat Accidents That Exacted Heavy Toll Over Week Iowas weekend violent death tott Monday stood at with auto lents accounting for six of the fatal Two persons lost their lives In ither accidents and two The dead Hazel of Ida Lloyd Frank Jacob Cedar Des Melvin Florence Cedar Rap William Des Auto Crashes Electric Spear was killed and her mother and daughter were injured critically when their car crashed he rear end of an interurban car Des Moines A collision with another car near Salina resulted in the death of head of the bible department of Parsons was bruised Main was killed Sunday night near Marion when his car collided head on with one driven by Virginia of Cedar who received head Four other persons were cut and The body of Rudkin was found fa 4 a pit of the DCS Moines Gas Com Jany in Des Molnes and it was be ieved he had been poisoned by gas while at Despondent over ill Brown committed suicide by hanging at the William Hunter home south west of Alden Mans Car Maskon was killed when struck by an automobile driven by Robert of on a highway neat formerly in charge the Cedar Rapids humane sheUeji committed suicide by inhaling gasi Bnttell received a tele gram Friday evening telling of the1 sudden death of his oldest Russell Van of Brittell has received further but is of the opinion that the funeral was held at where Van Alen and her family have lived for several going there from the old family home at Gresh She was the mother of six hildren who survive as does also her with whom on Sunday before her death she visited older a middleyear student at San Anselmo Presbyterian Seminary near gan Enjoyed the Several of Ackleys young people who are attending enjoyefl a weekend visit at their Among them these Miss Kathrine Miss Dorothy from Miss Josephine Evelyn and Porothy War4 Gresslin of Coe Cedwp Lerter Miss ma Roben and William Heina State Cedfty Located jn and Glen who JeJt here a short time following tl two months vacation ere cated and at home at New He is in the naval s3   

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