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Ackley World Journal (Newspaper) - March 31, 1932, Ackley, Iowa VOLUME Official Hardin MARCH WHOLE HOUSE SPEEDS REVENUE BILL TO BALANCE BUDGET 3Cent Letter Luxury Levies Briefs of tfoe fiDornttta Corporation Incomes Pay More in New Docilely following party the house drove hard Wednesday to complete the billion dollar revenue bill by Fri day and voted new taxes to produce At the end of the a total of had been touching the American citizen at many points of his everyday The levies included soft tele graph and telephone Resistance Working in the unison inspired by Speaker Garner Tuesday in his ap peal for a bill to balance the the members turned to and brought the total thus far approved to The strong resistance to the ways and means committee proposal to in crease firstclass postage from 2 to 3 to yield an additional melted before the demands of former leaders of the opposition for revenue to meet the prospective treasury deficit for Act on Stock Levy This is the biggest item among the substitutes for the defeated sales tax It was 147 to The second largest to levy a tax of onefourth of one per cent on the value of stock transac tions for a yield of will be the first to receive action Speaker Garner has promised his colleagues a holiday Saturday if the amount needed to maintain the fi Warrant issued for the arrest of former treasurer of state University of also head of two banks there charges em bezzlement of state Parleys between Chinese and continues both sides make conces sions for troop Coal miners prepare to go on strike reduced wage scale cause men added to idle Russian soviet abolishes erratic idea of equal wages for all workers increased pay for all heads of red All the world is cleaning settling debts and taxes economies Threeyearold child falls down 250foot about a foot in Minnesota leads in job campaign claim jobs found since million the Roosevelt has no guarantee of New York democrat delegates for presi up until day before con TOWN ELECTIONS BRING OUT VOTES SOfflERIYALRY ELEVENTH HOUR BRINGS OUT OPPOSING CANDIDATE Some Ackleyites Might Study Method of Casting Ballots With Better MON voi WILL ENTERTAIN WINNERS OF STATE CHAMPIONSHIP BUTTERFAT COSTS LOW INJIGB COWS Actual Difference Cents a Tester Eight High Cowa in South Hardin Testing Association Produce But terfat for Cents a Pound Against For the Eight Low The eight high producing cows in a South Hardin Cow Testing Associa tion produced butterfat for about 5 cents a pound less than the eight low producers in the John the associations test thinks the record is The eight high producers yielded a total of pounds of butterfat DAYS election was quiet very quiet with the single ex ception of there was no op position to the regularly named ticket that had been filed by way of peti tion bearing the required number of signatures the balloting was done by machine and although the number of citizens who availed themselves of the privilege of exercising their right to cast only a small fraction of the more than 700 voters in the took advantage of the privilege of doing Judging by the number of ballots cast and the further fact that there was no opposition to the candidates it must be taken as an ac cepted fact that the people of Ackley are satisfied with the conduct of the publics affairs none of the candi dates were asked to express them selves on public matters before the but the expectation is that Hotel Ackley Will Tender Banquet to Parkersburg Basket Ball Parkersburgs winning girls basket ball team are being roy this Monday night 300 Pnrkorsburg and Butler county resi dents gathered at the high school gymnasium in celebrating their vic tory Tuesday evening the girls will be guests at tha Princess theatre at Wednesday evening at the Paramount in Waterloo Thurs day evening a basketball banquet at Community at for both boys and and Friday eve ning a banquet at Hotel Ackley which was promised them early in the sea son should they finish the These young women have earned all the glory that is being conferred on There are seventeen in FLODR FOR POOR OF FRANKLIN WITHIN FEW DAYS EXPECT TO DISTRIBUTE 600 SACKS art That Has Been Milled From Governments Forty Million Bushels chairman of the franklin County Chapter of the FAVOR REPEAL OF PROHIBITION DEMOCRATS OF IOWA IN STATE CONVENTION MAKE DECLARATION nancial stability of the government last year at a feed cost of v JJ xUit Ttroo fcTStM vX is approved the preceding It wiil be the first in many weeks of intense and bitter Garner Pushes Fulfilling his promise Tuesday that he would take an active part in the bills Garner took the floor again Wednesday and success fully brought through to approval the compromise proposal on consolidated and affiliated returns which imposes a 15 per cent including a penal ty of 1 per cent above the new 13 levy on single corporateincome tax The new proposal is expected to yield while the onehalf per cent increase in the single cor porate tax is estimated to bring in Three Are Victims Of Poison Alcohol al consumed at a Chagrin Falls drinking party Saturday had proved fatal to three men Wednes The all of whom went blind before they were Herman 61 Willhart 30 Alex Al The value of the product was leaving an income above feed cost of or The eight poorer cows produced 026 pounds of butterfat valued at The feed cost was leaving an income above feed cost of or per The feed cost per pound of butter fat for the eight high cows was and for the eight low produc ing cows a difference of Although the eight high cows had a feed cost of higher than the low they returned more income above feed Jones points Estate Executor Peet of Iowa executor of the estate of Phoebe has brought suit in district court at El against Sheldon et al on a certain promissory note in which he asks judgment in the amount of MUSIC CONTEST High Sing Schools to Play and Twentythree At Eldora high school glee bands and organi zations will gather at Eldora for an alldays The pro gram comes under order of the Iowa High School Music association the Program commences at 8 Class A includes the Marshalltown Class B from El Iowa Iowa State Training Class C includes Al Green Jewell New Sheffield and There are to be twentythree events in instrumental and vocal solo group Lewis a hitchhiker who took a seat alongside of Tommy Thompson of Red relieved him of all his then got off the but Thompson drove on to the first borrowed a shotgun and went after Campbell overtook recovered his money and took Camp bell along to jail at Winners dof BRIEFLY TOLD Near Neighbor and Community Notea of General Interest Officials of the healthresort city of Colfax have voluntarily cut their own salaries the mayor from to city solicitor from to city clerk from to a month street commissioner from a month to and the city marshal the Andrew Garling and Ed Flom truckdrivers from were arrested charged and fined at Des Moines with carrying excessively heavy They paid and costs on each Just to keep the records straight a burglar who entered the Home Park grocery at a few evenings punched up on the cash the amount he had Traers town election Monday brought out a record vote there were two good candidates for Citizens and Independent Larson has been chosen superintendent of Grundy Cente schools at a salary of he i just completing his first At while chopping wooi a log rolled on Truman Covestein foot and crushed All but one to on one foot were Muskrats and fish have been kille in the Iowa river below b stream pollution oil had been dumpe into the George Purvis will open a new aut J repair shop at Grundy each and all will labor for the vnncement of the best interests of Interest Along before the hour of ten oclock had the word leaked out that the name of Hadley might be written in the as a candi date for and when the ballot ing had finished and the ballots cast by machine had been it so but there appears to have been some difficulty in writing the names in so that they would be regis tered by the A total of 303 votes were indicating a greater interest than had been evidenced be fore election day or earlier in the day of Of these Trainer re ceived and Hadley as indicated by the machine but with a total of indicated a difference of 79 votes that either had been writ ten in for Hadley and not or the voters had not registered their intention in the case of Quite a little activity developed in he matter of assessor the total vote or this office 221 Jen Absent voters For Trainer re eived 224 The vote on councilman was 226 229 230 William 35 Schultz was given 2 and ladley for In explanation of the difference in he total number of ballots cast for Tiayor candidates and those actually it appears that the indi vidual many of still have o learn the manner of voting by ma For instance if the 79 ballots hat were not were actually it was through misunderstand as it was necessary to erase the name that had been written on the slip of the machine instead of placing the written name in the slot at the top of the machine and clearly indi cated by the words Cast written names of candidates This ap pears to have been entirely over looked by many of the voters who were either unfamiliar with the man ner of voting or too timid to ask for instructions or and be cause of this so many ballots were not ENTERED THEIR PROTESTS Iowa Farm the Public Officials Objected to Sales According he county the and others to a bulletin issued to the Farm slate Farm Federation sent mcl let Claim Tariff Caused Collapse of In dustry and Agriculture En forced TOW A Democrats in state conven tion at desig nated twentysix delegates to th national convention that is to be hel in Chicago in The conventioi was democratic in every particular and One of the chief platform declara tions was for the repeal of the eight eenth amendment to the constitution a revision of the countrys tariff laws also demand abolition of the federal farm and attacked the republican party for present ills of the unemploy the collapse of the enforced idleness of millions of work Representatives in congress are pledged to vote for submission of the question to state constitutional conventions rather than to state leg WILL TAKE MANAGEMENT OF FRUDDEN LUMBER YARDS American Red states that a shipment of 600 bags of flour is ex pected in Hampton within the next few days and that the flour will be used for distribution to needy families of Franklin This said is a part of that being milled from the bushels of wheat which the federal farm board has turned over to the Red and it will be sent here by the national organiza tion with all transportation costs The shipment of 600 bags is ouV quota for a period of ninety and if it is evident that more is need ed in Franklin county at the end of that the national headquar ters advises us that we may have The Franklin County Red Cross will not attempt to distribute the flour but has arranged for it to be stored in the court house at Hampton and to be distributed from there by the county board of super Boehmler FIX SALARIES FOR ASSESSORS Supervisors Also Arrange for Medical Services for What Theyll At the March 1st meeting of the board of supervisors of Hardin coun ty the matter of medical attention to the unfortunate and unable to pay for their was provided on con tract submitted by the county Medi cal society bonds of the steward of the county Leo were also and the compen sation to be paid the various asses sors of the county was also The assessors will receive these amounts Iowa Al 15 Steamboat Radcliffe New ters to representatives at Washing protesting against the proposed sales tax It says An early tab ulation shows that a large share came from Also It is understood that the Ackley Gun club sent in a protest to Con gressman Robinson of this against the feature of the proposed sales referring in particular to a tax on gunshelK A letter of ac knowledgement was re ceived by Frank Kachelhoffer from Robin son stating it had been referred to the proper YEARS OF SERVICE GAINS STRENGTH RATH STATE EXCHANGE BANK ONE OF OUR OLDEST Fifty Years and More of Uninter rupted Growth Good Banks Com munitys Best a son of and Thomas Frudden of Charles Township Whit assessors will receivfi Thomas Frudden of Charles was in the city the latter part of the week for a day accompanied by his Willis and They came to make arrangements to take over the local business of the Frudden Lumber and were engaged in the effort of obtaining a suitable place of for and Willis and they as others have that good residence places in Ackley are always in demand and that suitable ones are a scarce but they are expecting to be comfortably located soon after their arrival Just when the change will be made is not positively but it is ex pected to take place and Thomas Frudden were residents of Ackley twenty odd years ago they are well remembered by friends and the fact that their son and his are soon to become residents of to be personally identified with the companys business interests will be welcomely and Willis Frudden have been located at SWARTZ DEAD these amounts DEMAND REDUCTIONS TWO FUNERALS HELD AT MONDAY Funeral services for William who died Thursday afternoon at oclock at her home at after an illness of pa were held Monday afternoon at 1 oclock at the Lindaman with later services at the Wellsburg Reformed William Land pastor of the will be in Burial will be in the church Funeral services for Harm retired farmer residing at Bris who died suddenly Thursday af ternoon were also held Monday after noon at the Lutheran church eight miles southeast of in German conducted by the pastor of the Bu Was Pioneer Druggist at Iowa Falls Civil War The death of John Swartz oc curred at the family home at Iowa last Friday He was perhaps the oldest man in con tinuous business at Iowa Falls a Civ il war one of the very few He began business there in the early A also a drug who labored with Swartz was at all times People From Six Counties Met at Iowa Friday Men from the Big Four and two other counties were represented at a meeting that was held at Iowa last Friday Protesting against present high taxes and as the demand was for fur ther of which is pos provided men are placed in offi cial position who understand the rights of property owners realibe that there must be a limit to tax rates applied on real and also know where to draw the line as re gards purchases and other flap In another column of the World Journal appears the notice of a spe cial meeting of the stockholders of the Rath State Exchange Bank of Ackley to be held on April for the purpose of voting on the question of renewing its articles of This is done to comply with the laws of the state of which gov erns all corporations of the and one of the provisions requires that Iowa corporations must renew their articles of incorporation every twenty years if they desire to con tinue their It has been twenty years since the Rath State Exchange Bank was in although the bank had been established in the year 1881 by the late John its but it was operated as a private bank under rhe name of the John Rath Ex change Bank from 1881 to This bank has always been a strong institution and has done much in the upbuilding of the ever lending its assistance to all move ments for the betterment of the city and surrounding and has always ranked high in financial and has Lcun one of the out standing banks in the During the years of iU existence of over fifty there have been a number of periods of but it has weathered them splen and by its conservative policies and the high standing of its has held the confidence of the com munity and built ua large patron The board of directors were born in Ackley and include president of the bank Henry Cars vicepresident Irvin ashier John Rath and Will rial was made in the church ceme Death was believed due to heart The deceased was a former resident of near having moved to Bristow last Surviving are the widow and ten They are Paul Friel ing and Paul of Iowa Ebe of Albert Henry Aalfs and Harold and Minnie of near and Mary and Otto at DEMOCRATS TO MEET Name Full List of Candidates for Various Hardin county democrats are called to meet at the court house at Saturday for the puipose of selecting candidates for the various The expectation is that a complete for each and every will be For Future TF you happen to be inclined statis file away some of the du plicating trade slips for merchandise and note after the slump has ended and things have been just what prices At times they are interesting for comparison and they are reas suring and Poor roads in Iowa causes drop ii gastax compared with year Three cent letter postage one o agencies to increase governmen1 K On Tuesday evening March Herman Aldinger and Miss Ella Kaster were united in marriage by Seybold in the parsonage of Johns They were attend ed by and Eilard the atter a sister of the The double ring ceremony was Aldinger is a son of and Tohn and the bride a daugh ter of Dietrich both re siding northwest of They ll make their home on the Kaster KNIGHTS TEMPLAR TOOK PART IN EASTER SERVICE Elmo Commandery Knights Templar of Iowa in which several members of the Ma sonic fraternity of Ackley are affil accepted the invitation of Sir Knight pastor of the Congregational church at to partioipate in Easter These services on the part of Knights Templar are always largely President of the Chris Brandt is now president of the school having been elected to the place at the reorgani zation of the board following the re cent Scarlet Report that there is a case or two of scaret in the coun north of ;