Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 6 Nov 1930
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - November 06, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPage four Sioux Center news Roelofs Brothers publisher e e Roelofs mgr editor entered at Sioux Center Post office As second class matter subscription per year display advertising 30 cts per Inch locals 10 cts be line Heywood Trouf pacifist on october 28 the Sioux City journal published an article on hey Wood Broun the socialist candidate for Congress from new York or Broun was quoted As an extreme pacifist the author of the article pictures some enemy destroying our great cities armies overrunning the country and concludes that or Broun would not be the kind of Man to Send to con Gresser Broun maybe is a dreamer and Doest appreciate the Pride we have in our or Broun does not say he would do anything at All to ease the situation or Broun As an intellectual undoubtedly appreciates our institutions and lie did not say he was a Pas Sive pacifist the author of this article in the journal is obviously a one sided critic if an enemy did pounce upon us and destroy some of our vast wealth the incentive to destroy would certainly be lessened if we refused to be barbarians and insisted on dealing with them As sensible diplomats or Broun did not say that in Case some barbarian nation intended to subjugate us that this natural Pride we have in our hard earned institutions bring us to a Noble merely said it is my belief that every War is invariable presented by its proponents As a War of defense i believe or Brouns attitude would be better Protection of our ideals that is that of the author of Haywood Broun who is obviously influenced by the crude philosophy of militarism for All that we do not favor Heywood Broun for Congress he might make a passing Good legislator but the world would lose a rare humorist if lie were elected Congress takes the humor out of any Man o Dering of leaders of business and finance who Are in hopeless disagree ment papers and Trade publications teem contradictory and Tempo Rary expedients the president the National Bank division insists that the Way out of our troubles is to reduce our Standard of living Henry Ford insists that the Way out is to raise our Standard of living and he gives a practical illustration the president of the american Bankers association declares that Thrift is the keynote of the Bankers convention the people must save More but the Boston retail Trade conference finds that excessive Thrift is prolonging this depression the people must spend More the United states government announces that it will help the Job less by increasing its expenditures it then announces that estimated government expenditures have been reduced Over our Only Hope says a leading pro Fessor of economics is longer hours our Only Hope says the Metal trades convention by unanimous vote is the five hour Day and the five Day week one mans opinion seems As Good As another but the simple fact re Mains that in order to sell goods people must have the Money to buy with that Means increased wages while producers do not Hesi Tate to pass increased costs of production because of mergers cartels combinations and monopolies they refuse to plough bad sufficient to sustain their Market people cant spend what they dont posses Here is a Field for education of the Young men who in a few years will be our business leaders news f Sioux Iowa specially to those who enjoy their murders vicariously this Type of Story is slightly above those mentioned before the whole Jot of them Are addressed to the morons their sales run into the millions notice in probate running comment by g e r i have been looking Over the mag a me Racks again if one wants t know what is really going on in the world one should Stop once in awhile to examine the Racks on which magazines Are offered for Sale the Are a perfect Index to what interest people and since people Are Oret to much what their interests show them to be they Are a sure Giveaway As to what people Are one is Likely to find an assortment varying from Whiz bang to Allan tic monthly one to carry in the hip Poco get and the other under the Arm physical culture and harpers True confessions and Scribner Side by there is urbanity for you Dickinson wins we claim no particular credit for having predicted Victory for Dickin son it was a foregone conclusion the count atthe polls reflects no discredit upon Dan Ste Csc it merely shows that Iowa went Normal again Iowa is a Republican state has been for years and Public inertia is Likely to keep it so for years to come Dan Steck served us As senator As a re sult of an exceptional situation some years Back which carried him into the position in spite of party he can re tire from Public life knowing that has served his state Well the vote of tuesday was in no Way a rebuke to him and Dickinson is senator we sincerely Hope he will be a Good one he has had years of experience in Public life and As a legislator this should stand him in Good Stead in the upper House he knows his state and should know its needs he knows with whom he should line up at Washington Iowa has Seldom sent a Man to Washington with so Gord an Opportunity to serve per haps never have leaders been so much needed As right now if Dickinson does not assume the responsibilities of statesmanlike leadership he fails the Trust of a great state we Hope he defevers the goods if he Doe we will Praise him for it mean while we Are going to watch rum and give such publicity to his actions As they deserve hopeless economic muddle contributed with the whole world for escape from the curse of unemployment and debt and business men and financiers going round and round in circles the Lack of education on National economic lines becomes pain fully apparent Yonne men Corning from University and College Are discouraged Ani confused by the Floun the Salesman at a Large news stand admitted to me that he sold dozens of True confessions to one Atlantic and scores of detective stories to one harpers Western stones All about two gun men desperate heroes dashing cowboys and pretty girls out West for their health Are much in Vogue i read one of them through and examined several others recently they Are the same stories i read up in the Hay Lott when i was a toy i observe though that they Are read openly these da3s the Only original it the authors show is in the Choice of names for the characters there is the same villian a Man mean All the a through there is the Strong handsome pure hero he smokes them read made now in my Day he rolled them and then there is the Beautiful girl visiting at her uncles or Brothers or fathers ranch she is Home from school and the villian has designs but the Brave Young see the makings of a Good Vild West Story it is thin Sloppy stuff and millions feed their souls on it 9 there is stuff for every taste for those who want their dirt in print there is Whiz bang bought chiefly by adolescents for its Nasty stories and filthy pictures for those who want their dirt done up a bit neater there Are the True Story magazines of which True confessions is a Good example Here erotic our vocabulary watch it grow tales Are concealed by Nice words and Well placed dashes and tile whole filthy mess glossed Over with a tone of moral purpose this Type is read chiefly by lovelorn Maidens and inquest Ivy Young men those who Are too non iterate for even these there is the physical culture Magazine interesting for its pictures of perfect physiques Here is vulgarity under the of race improvement physical culture is especially appealing to the Niemic and the would be bully s True detective stories Are Only a Little better they Are addressed is our percentage of literacy so called is very High we teach them All to see what they read it be a Good idea to cultivate taste there is Good Reading to do and plenty of it while the moronic stuff number their sales in the millions our Good wholesome magazines such As Atlan tic harpers scribers forum Etc by dint of much Effort manage to number a Hundred thousand or so an Issue fortunately those who read these papers Are the ultimate rulers of our country it is the old Story of the elect versus the rabble the millions would ruin while the thous and it is interesting to watch for will win in the end thursday november 6 1930 it May concern you and each of you Are hereby i notified to appear at the court i i House in Orange City Sioux county Iowa on the 18th Day of j november a d 1930 at 10 Oclock a m to attend the probate of an j instrument purporting to be the last i wh1 and testament of Hendrik Gerritsen late of Sioux county Iowa deceased at which time and i place you trill appear and show cause if any Why said will should i not be admitted to probate j i in testimony whereof i have Here unto set my hand and affixed the Seal of the District court this 18th Day of october and 1930 wait the older a disease gets the harder it becomes to treat it dont wait treat it now get Well thru chiropractic and electrotherapy a thorough physical examination and a chiropractic analysis will Tell How much can be done for you phone for an appointment today or g Bodnar chiropractor Sioux Center Iowa Seal t j Rewes clerk of the District court Tepaske Tepaske attorneys first Natl Bank office hours 9 am 8 pm of the Mouw motor co garage saturday nov 8th one of the Best Modem garages in Northwest Iowa up Odate in every respect and heated for Winter storage free free the first 20 customers coming in that Day will get a pair of fender flaps free special prices on everything free tube with tire Complete line of Ford cars on display Coffee and cookies evening Lincoln foe son v
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