Sioux Center News in Sioux-Center, Iowa 30 Oct 1930
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Sioux Center News (Newspaper) - October 30, 1930, Sioux Center, IowaPage five Sioux Center news Sioux Center Iowa so animation and control than in no ironing the Best interests of the Commonwealth i a world renowned once in pc advice to a rising Young 1 politician he said somewhat As follows learn to talk and talk Well but under no condition learn to say anything use lots of lice subscription per year words but never let them carry a real idea there is nothing voters display advertising 30 cts per Inch j re so afraid of As a Man with ideas i 1 f you have intelligence As i sus thursday oct 30 3930 Sioux Center news Roelofs Brothers e e Roelofs mgr editor entered at Sioux Center Post office As second class matter Zaniou the close division strength taking the country As a whole has been excellent however much politicians May have deplored it in times past for any party in Power must know hat a sword of Damocles swings my fro Over its head and that it can be loosed at in time by electoral sentiment of Good lighting adds cheer rime you Are in a House at night that fairly radiates hospitality you will notice it is Well spotted with Ping portable says h Nis District manager of the All considered it a Lowa pubic service company Ioc 10 cars Pec line pears that senator Steck is to have but one term in the upper House of Congress political in at the present 1julaiv at Rne present pet you have never show it 1 he time Iowa is Normal and that Means moment people suspect your having the election of a re pubic Zitelli Gynce they wont vote for you if Vou should get elected dont show intelligence in the presence or your colleagues they dont like it tins As All history shows is a True commentary on our government Money leaving town by this time everybody has again paid their electric Light Bill and should be in a receptive Frame of mind for a protest against sending so much Good Money out of town and getting so Little value for it it Hurt us so much that we investigated the municipally owned Plant at Orange City to see if this situation were absolutely necessary found that the amount of electricity we used which Cost s1276 from the Iowa company could have been purchased from tile municipal Plant it Orange City for is 177 this would amount to a saving of nearly 5100 a month for u that saving itself is a Good reason Why Sioux Center should investigate and think seriously about j a municipal Plant of its own but it is the smallest item and the least important Here is the store of Orange City and its Light Plant seven years ago Orange City was to need with a situation very similar to what we Are facing today namely sending thousands of dollars each year our of town dollars which could so nicely have been used for local pub Lic improvements and paying of necessary Bills they decided to do something about it and did they installed a Plant of their own going into debt to the extent of 5500000 1 Oday Only seven Short years later they have a Plant Worth and Only debt against it besides they have in Cash in the Bank with which to pay this debt even this seems unbelievable but still Only half of the Story out of the Money the City has made from its own electric Light Plant it has installed a disposal Plant the Cost of which was bought a fire truck for the town for and installed a water Reservoir Cost ing tins All is almost unbelievable when we Stop to consider that there Are Only 200 More people in Orange City than in Sioux Center but it is very encouraging when we realize that we who Are so Well acquainted with the cooperative idea can do the same thing the above figures can easily be pc Niimd by anybody who doubts their accuracy by driving to Orange City and inquiring at the Plant it self n High Quality of some of the we have elected in the past is i the men a boast in our history so rare Are they however that their occasional appearance seems an Accident and is proof of our Contention if our Learned professions had so Little Advance in their vital services to humanity As our politicians have in theirs our surgery would still Hethe brutal butchery and our hospitals the pest houses they were a Century ago we would still be the victims of deadly pestilence our modern conveniences would All be unheard of it is no fiction to say that we which Cost us have no real Progress Public serve i to bought a half Century such reforms As have been made in some of our institutions have been made Only after Long agitations under the leadership of others than politicians and in the lace of bitter opposition from them our government and our Laws arc two generations behind the Progress we have made in other lines the situation we Are in at this the crime wave the Inadequacy of our statesmen in the face of grave economic in no Small measure to this fact our Able men have gone into the profession and business and we make no Effort to gain their ser vice in Public life instead we vote for the fellow with a glib Tongue and an empty head when we want expert service we seek out the Man who knows Why not elect Wise men to office Why be satisfied with anything less than the Best n need him As a Bright sunshiny Day always Cheerie than a Cloudy or Dennis continued 30 does plenty of Light at night make a Home lean to sue Cheerie and the people in it happier Sioux City journal 0 prohibition amendment needed contributed police commissioner Edward p Mulrooney of new York City dwelt upon the fact that in a year a firm there sold 785 machine guns and that in a checkup on the list of saes the police found that the names of the purchasers were mostly fictitious in View of this development and the further fact that this year 60 per cent of the homicides in new Vork City have been caused by gun shot wounds other businesses May have periods of depression not that of firearms manufacture in the fiscal year ended june 30 1930 there was almost Athree Fod increase in the purchases of pistols and revolvers for several years the police chiefs e been urging the enactment of a United states facilitate keep ii Lawless Gentry Sullivan law7 to weapons from the some authorities As politicians and intelligence our politics due to several inquiries As to our stand on political matters we will again state our position by training and Breeding we Are republicans by nature and temperament we Are inde pendent the effect of such a combination would be that we in the main will support the Republican party especially in local that is when one is sick one seeks the Aid of a physician Ashen a surgical operation is called for a surgeon i called in the qualifications of county politics but we will never support a Man merely because he Hap pens to be running on the Republican ticket we will Only support the who can convince us that he is the Best Man of those running for Ivha Tever office he is running whether we believe lie has a Chance or not will make no difference As Ong As we Are intellectually con Vinced that that Man is better than Lis opponent an example of our stand can he in our support of Steck for the Senate is preference to Dickinson i it would be the Best policy to sup port Dickinson for his chances of election Are almost a certainty where As Stecks chances Are no More than Sert that the second amendment to the Constitution bars the War of such legislation by amendment setting Forth that right of the people to keep and Bear arms shall not be infringed i f that is the Case we need another prohibition amendment to the 20 now in die Constitution prohibiting gun toting Prosperity contributed Good lighting in a Horn economical than poor lighting practically every Home can Adda Light effectively As it will add to the Beauty Comfort and convenience of the Home and the safety and health of those in it act notice in probate no 3515 to whom i May concern you and each of you Are hereby notified to appear at the court souse in Orange City Sioux Bounty Iowa on the 18th Day of november a d 1930 at 10 Oclock i m to attend the probate of an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of Hendrik Gerritsen late of Sioux county Iowa deceased at which time and place you will appear and show cause if any Why said will should not be admitted to probate in testimony whereof i have Here unto set my hand and affixed the j Seal of the District court this 18th j Day of october and 1930 i sea t j Reeves j clerk of the District court i the paste the paste attorneys j careful work Good service Bell Dray line Call us and get some real service de Holtrop phone j8 on 278 Sioux Center Iowa or leave orders at Baartmans plumbing shop phone 3 on 37g try where the latest methods Are used you feel a cold coming on have when you ice a com coming on have it treated at once and save yourself much discomfort it usually starts with a Dull headache stiff Ness in the Back Muscles and joints if you have diseased tonsils have them treated the chiropractic Way painlessly and without sur serv Sioux Center Iowa offices in basement of first National Bank regain health through chiropractic Are Prosperity is up for election run Ning to overthrow depression its for the people to decide which will be chosen every Man and every woman is privileged to Day depression has no rightful place with a Hundred and Twenty million people exchanging goods and services and willing to highly skilled than other in efficiency and by the vast natural resources of the United states when we make it possible for the Man who works to have a Job we make it possible for him to Bur food for his family and so help business including that of the Farmer the rest of the world is of Small importance compared with that free Market of 120000000 people like tastes habit and under the same of Trade barriers foreign Trade May be troubled by Tarrius and revolutions but at their Peak our exports represented Only i e party on skates Friday out 31st it a Fol be a Jolly Bunch everybody Cornel two one act plays five and a half billions of dollars of Gross business in a year out of a total american income of ninety billions stagnation of circulation is whats the matter with agriculture and with business everyone can help to Ger that circulation moving again government cant make Prosper it Bankers and other Busine leaders cant make pros Cha act i ers Stonewall Johnson John de Hoover Julie son Doolittle alien Mui lenten Anbrah Henshaw he nov j ant Hon Ketchem cd Madeline a Blanc amiss int be death and no person is finite so fool ish As to Cir acct o the who must perform so openly delicate a service so in almost All Fields requiring expert knowledge we Are careful whom we choose to serve us we insist that they know their business thru they be Iii Telli and thar they exercise judgement am we pay them Well for Servings but when it comes to selecting men to run our government for us a Hope but to do so would Necessia leaders cant make Tate a killing of conscience and a bid alone its the people United in Opi Farewell to self respect we Jion Anc purpose and courage who a determined Prosperity they can elect ilog of some kind of in Are not alone in this Choice of the qualification candidate the Siou City other ballots that will he a Lilily coins i de for pro Rekitt Are of Many one of them every Man Iii woman can cast for example help a deserving Man or a woman 1 he declaration of senator Steck his political career is in open Book to those who wish to can it favors Steck and the journal disapproves of Dickinson 0 Steck characters i pages was a Frank state inert that will j stand examination As the incumbent books reelection to the High office we Are careless we neglect almost he holds altogether to investigate their qualification for the positions or Are too with me chore Quality most of us have an inception or what for office Are the o All serums r As a Irrer o in his service in the up per House of Congress this Lowonn has conducted himself with re Srrita j no his common sense has kept him on an even keel none in Iowa have reason to regret the fact that sentir Steck has had this term As r i Niter states senator in incr in of a Democrat to the t states Senate after to get a Little paying la Ter a regular Job spend wisely and not too and anticipate scheduled expenditure so tar is practicable t urn the deaf ear to false mis Chievous rumours and dont j them if you do hear them j be willing to pay a fair Prive dont take advantage of the Othir mans necessity recognize that he Jias is Good a claim to a fair profit As you her a Vampire that fatten or miseries 01 others shows in 1 in Jones p e mov de Pree George Jansma v1 i Henry to Paske Johnson Moris Redeker Las j Wandscheer epicure t t n Ben poll 1 in oct t in c 1 j p Schutt doors open at at the Joyland skating rink Tsa f the the re in More by n go nor ivs thu Mies of Rren who r hut one truant thing people to vote executive position to Good government in this in partisan or count is the Republican on Dpi to make my unpopular Fps courage calamity howlers keen business moving evenly an rom this stare May have been j Vale Sonc influence upon the that is in the majority Here recognized j the journal always has it democratic s Job in his particular Hen possible reassure his fear of losing it save but save wisely not in fright invent for the profit thru sound Enterprise Pys and for the aimed Proff that will come after the Host Erin of j pessimism has passed make Youwer a costume and come masked a prize will be Given to the Best and funniest dressed couple at everybody Welcome old and Young building heated a cozy warm place to enjoy your self for an evening
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