Argus-Leader from Sioux Falls, South Dakota on March 19, 1933 · Page 8
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Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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Sunday, March 19, 1933
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EIGHT THE DAILY ARGUS-LEADER. SIOUX FALLS. S. D. Sunday, March 19 . CITY WILL ATTACK POSTING OF BILLS ON UTILITY POLES ' Blue Bands to Identify Municipal Property Campaign Starts Immediately NELSON RAPS PRACTICE ' City Employes Ordered to Tear Down Advertising Points to Ordinance The painting of blue bands about all electric light poles owned by the city is the first step in a relentless war against posting of bills on the poles. Commissioner Joseph 8. Nelson ' reported Saturday that when banding of the poles now in progress has . . been completed and stencilled warnings added the city will act against ail violators of an ordinance prohibiting bill posting. "Employes of the city light department have orders to at once re-, -. . move all advertising matter found attached to our poles," the commis- sioner said. Has Opposed Practice "In the past we have continuous-. ly waged war against the practice, . , with some success. The poles, especially in certain alleys, are still ' being used to some extent for bill posting however. It is an unsightly practice." Section 642 of city ordinance 982 forbid! the practice, declaring: Posting Prohibited T hall h iinl.m-ful .... to affi in any manner any lithograph. sign, advertisement, picture or ue sien whatever upon any bridge, via- iiu4 iriaa-.Hr rrnKKwalk curb OT street or upon the railing or ap proaches ol any onage. viaaucx or sidewalk or upon any telephone, telegraph, electric light or fire alarm nnle or nost within the city of Sioux Falls." A Famous Dog Passes GOVERNOR OF NEBRASKA MAKES TWO BILLS LAW Lincoln. Neb.. March 13. (IP) Governor Charles W. Bryan today signed two bills to increase compensation protection for municipal employes and a measure changing penalties against excessive hours of motor truck driving. The truck law keeps the present ban on truck drivers operating more than 12 hours consecutively. Under the old law the penalty was not to exceed $500 for violations. The new law provides a $50 fine for the first offense, $100 fine for second offense and $500 fine for subsequent violations. WORKMEN REBUILDING TERRACE PARK WALL Reconstruction of a wall along the Japanese gardens at Terrace Dark was begun by citv relief work men during the week. The wall, about 300 yards long, was built of cobblestones originally and had col lapsed in places. The work will be completed soon, D. W. B. Tremere, superintendent oi parks, said Sat urday. HE PIIEPAIIED! This Is the Watchword Now Better Days Are Ahead ATTEND SUMMER SCHOOL In Beautiful Sioux Falls at Aiigustnim College Six- and nine-weeks terms. Both begin June 5. Courses leading to teachers' certificates, to the B. A. degree, and music will be offered. Efficient instruction. Special attractive features. PLANS ARE ALSO BEING MADE TO GIVE COURSES OF HIGH SCHOOL GRADE. For Bulletin or other information call or write to W. P. HIERONl'Ml'S, Director of Summer School, AUGUSTANA COLLEGE Sioux Falls, S. D. A the new nnoiincina C7 AIR-COOLED LECTROLUX at new Low Prices sif jlfj jm j THE REFRIGERATOR Uses No Water Lowest Operating Cost Temperature Control HERE is a marvelous advance in home refrigeration ... an automatic refrigerator with temperature control that is noiseless, uses no water, and costs less to install and operate ... the at w AIR COOLED ELECTROLUX. We haven't gone deeply into details. You will learn about non-stop defrosting, extra food space, porcelain interiors, abundant ice cubes, in our display room or at your dealer's. We want you to take all those things for granted . . and then EXPECT MORE! ELECTROLUX Associated Gas & Electric System Sioux Falls Gas Co. and Associate Dealers ' ' "W ' " ' if"' rt 1 I J- - " , , "I ' i , - ' - " ; .1 9 ', : . . . " f 'i - i f - ; - j .4 4.-))k rv Balto, the Alaskan husky that died of old age in Cleveland, Ohio pictured after the famous trek with a sled-load of antitoxin into Nome His hide will be mounted. ' ' South Dakota Merchandise Exports Show Decrease; Totals Over Million Committee Approves Added Nominations Cone, Lincoln, Todd Named to Shipping Board All Are j Former Officers Washington. March 18. OV-The senate commerce committee today approved the nominations of Hutch I. Cone, of Florida: Gatewood S. Lincoln, of California, and David W. Todd, of New York, to the shipping board. Cone was renominated by Presi dent Roosevelt, while the other two are new appointments. All three are retired naval officers who were asked to serve temporarily to carrv on the normal functions of the shipping board until a proposed reorganization, embracing tne snipping board, has been decided upon. Omaha Yards Fight Reduced Rate Order Omaha, Neb, March 18. (IP) Attorneys for the Omaha Union Stockyards Co. today filed a petition in federal court to, enjoin the secretary of agriculture from putting into effect lower yardage and feed rates at the local yards on April 15. Circuit Judge Archibald Gardner and Federal District Judges Munger and Woodrough will hear the petition on March 28. The lower tariff was ordered recently after a lengthy hearing conducted by the department of agriculture. son of Leon Gaumont one of the foremost French motion picture manufacturers. The proposed South Dakota baseball league is a thing of the pi. The baseball child started in life without any suitable parentage, and it has struggled for the past thre weeks to find someone to carry it through its infancy, but without success. Local automobile dealers last night perfected their organization and got the work underway for the au tomobile show wfrch .tTI in Sioux FiHi April 16. IfuJ b-4 Tinkering with the taVw l. on augar may have tU&-i as to whether or not industry is established 4-!? or Dakota. " Twenty Years Ago Today in the Argus-Leader Cured Hams and Shoulders, Lard, Bacon Top List Textiles, Wood, Paper, Minerals Included Among Products Washington, March 18. JP) Exports of merchandise from South ; Dakota during the first nine months oi mij were valued at $1,379,741 compared with $4,195,961 for the corresponding period of 1931, according to information made public today by the statistical division of the commerce department. uurea nams ana shoulders exported from the state during the first three quarters of 1932 amounted to 4.494,272 pounds val ued at $475,165 compared with 6.-116.731 pounds valued at $975,125 for the corresponding period of 1931. Averages Down Exports of lard from South Da kota during the first nine months totaled 11,574,518 pounds valued at $630,174 as compared with foreign shipments totaling 29,571,554 pounds ana vaiuea at in tne nrst nine months of 1931. Bacon exports amounted to 1.- 849.899 pounds valued at $161,966 in the first three quarters of 1932 as comparea witn 3,566,41 pounds valued at $515,579 in the corresponding period of the previous year. textiles Nhipped Other South Dakota Droducts snipped abroad during tne nine montn period were textiles, animals and animal products, vegetable food products, wood and paper, non- metallic minerals, machinery and vehicles, and chemicals and related products. These statistics are based on 'states of original shipment'' given dv snippers in export declarations, which are the only available source of export statistics. TMS SUCClSSUiyant0N AMSS 0Ali7 WALL STREET COMPANIES SEND FUTURES HIGHER New York, March 1 8. (JP) Active buying of sugar futures, largely by Wall Street firms, sent prices sharply higher today, although the market for the raw staple was in active. Futures rose five hundredths to seven hundredths of a cent, May selling at 1.09 cents a pound. Volume in the first hour was 37,000 tons, said to be a new record. An audience which comfortably filled the seating capacity of the City Temple last, evening listened with great appreciation to the excellent program played on the new large pipe organ by Dr. Frederick Rogers, head of the music department of the Aberdeen Normal and industrial school, with Robert A. Perkins, tenor soloist, and the choir or the church appearing in special musical numbers. 20 years ago: The takine out of gas lights at the opera house and the lighting of the audience Dart of l me nouse wim electricity is a great , improvement. 20 years ago: The amount of material already received for the South Dakota exhibit at the world's fair in the way of grains and grasses will require some 45 mammoth boxes for packing and two cars for its transportation. New York: America's claim of be ing the original home of talking "movies' is being strenuously disputed, the claimant for original honors coming from France In the per- r: 1 fii'-sa- i 'ittiaafifrav We Are Appreciative We the officers and employes of the Corn Exchange Savings Bank appreciate highly the many words of . confidence and the earnest cooperation of you, our customers during the past few days. We will continue to earn your appreciation of our slogan, "The Ba'nk that appreciates your business.' The Corn Exchange Savings Bank Ninth and Main We will reroof your home with a fire-safe guaranteed roof CHEAPER than you can , re-roof with wood shingles. Estimates furnished free. Phone 4112-W. Dakota Roofing Company 120 N. Cliff Ave. n '" 'ml m.' m. i i WW? Two More Announce for Commission Job; Half Dozen Candidates N'ow in Field Christopherson and Schaefer to Run The number of candidates for the city commission post now held by tins u. bmith jumped to six Saturday when R. E. "Dick"' Schaefer. community kitchen steward, and A. Christopherson, former clothier, an nounced tnev wouid enter the election April 18 as candidates. Those who hae already announced are Commissioner Smith Arthur Fanebust, Tom Lvnch and D. J. Richardson. Mr. Schaefer has had several years experience in street work. He previously served unrior commissioner Smith as superintendent of machinery and general a.ssistant. and in 1931 he superintended the laying of a paving stretch at Dell Rapids. He came to Sioux Falls in 19H and during the World war served in a grenade wjuad. Mr. Christopherson was in the clothing business here for man.' years. He has previously been a candidate for several offices. SIP IE (DUAL Cash & Carry "only MEN'S SUTS, cleaned and pressed MEN'S TOPCOATS MEN'S PANTS HATS for 39c 39c 19c 49c LADIES' SILK DRESS (plain) ... LADIES' WOOL DRESS (plain) ... LADIES' SPRING COAT (plain) .... LADIES' HATS 59c 49c 49c 49c Delivery Charge 9c Extra Call us for our specials on items not listed. . Palace Cleaners PHONE 984 111 W. Ninth St. opposite Cataract Hotel Walker Divorce Case Will Start Tuesday Florida Master in Chancery An- nounces He Will Begin , Taking Testimony Miami, Fla.. March 18. .Ti J. Dew dell, master in chancery, announced todav he would start taking testimony nXv Tuesday m the divorce action filed , by Janet Allen Walker against her husband, James J Walker, former mayor of New York, i Dowdell said ths nature of Walker s allegations, indicated the suit j was not to be sharply cont sted i Alter hearing testimony, Dowdell, ; as an agent of cirr mt court, will make a recommendation as to j whether the divorce snould be iKTanf'd. Usuailv. the chancery mas-! ter's recommendation is followed in ' divorce proceedings. RED CROSS AID APPEAL ! IS RENEWED IN COUNTY Apivals for public contributions to nid disaster victims in the California earthquake are wer? renewed Saturday bv officials of the Minnehaha County Red Cross chip-ter. While no quota has been set for this district, a communication to O. A. Rofelty, county chairman, from national headquarters urges that contributions be as liberal jPoible. The National Red Cross ; organization has made an initial contribution of ISC.noo. Those who desire to contribute should mail , their remittance to the Minnehaha .rcjinty Red cross chapter, Sioux r ah&j Dietitians claim that cracked wheat j bread is better for everyone and es- ( pccially those who are subject to Intestinal disorders. '( Ask your grocer for BETSY ROSS CRACKED WHEAT BREAD Sliced or Plain Pfaff Baking Co. THE BETSY ROSS BAKERS Better, of course, Betsy Ross Hot Cross Buns, Saturday and Wednesday. 10 3 3 L(BgfiIlS3Mll0B Adopted Specifications for Premium Gasolines The new law will not be effective until July 1, 1933 New Law: To Color Gasoline Red It must have an octane rating of or over. This means no more coloring cheap gasoline. Watch Out for Colored Third Grade New Law: To Color Gasoline Any Color It must have an octane rating of or over. This means protection for you Colored Gas will be Premium Gas. , But we have . . . Mow WmE(Bt (Bans Mm Colored for your protection Exceeds the state's new Specifications Use It and Enjoy: More Miles Look for the Quicker Acceleration Q sigh at all Easier Starting Brownell stations TTEHIE DBIlidDWMlELIL cdDciPcoiiEATrndPM

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