The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 4
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PAGE SIX THE MALVEftfr LEAbfefc, MALVfeRft, fOWA. MARCH THE MALVERN LEADER AS NEWSPAPER Stopi When Your Tinw U Oat W. ft W§KfMAff» Pafcliihei- Entered In the Post Office at fflaitern, Iowa, ^aa r second claim mall Tefinn* of Subscription: Payable in One copy one year - - - $2.00 One copy alt months - - 1. 00 One copy three months- .60 Single copy ....... .05 . The date on the prlntei tag shows the time to which the sub- teription it paid. *•. ,r, ., OTYICIAL COtmrr t*AJPEtt:^-All the official proceedings of are printed in foil in (hie paper. Rate. DISPLAY, 25 cents a column Inch; 6 cents an inch additional for composition. Extra for guaranteed position. LOCALS, Classified . . - 6c a line LOCALS, among reading matter - ioc a line Obituary Poetry - - - - 6c a line Resolutions ...... BC a line Card of Thanks- .... soc the voters of the cotrnty, ot 6ft per cent of the merchants the Board of Supervisors mat Is*** script to be used fn poof reTfef. Except In counties of over 26,065 population ft wilt be In one dollar denominations, attd redeemable hi currency at the office of the county treasurer when fifty 2c stamps purchased from the treasurer, shall have been attached. It Is a setf-finanetttg method of meeting a crisis. Chas. fcylstra, of Sioux City, Is author of the bill and originator of the plan and has t timed his copy- Malvera should now be able to whit it has meant to lire piMii wnu U«H iniiiru uia cupj- .^ «*%.. ••-.-,*^ *, «, « ^,* mhted plan over to the state free " f ***#> t «r New tor* Where EDITORIAL ] vor of prohibition but we're such 1 "dodgasted" liars yon can't believe us, but we've fooled a lot of ron enrhow and another blessln' it'll be folks'!! have to stay fo hoam more for if they git I out on the rode we drunks'!! kill 'em. Malvern's recent crime wave Indicates the importance of re- fnalnp to tolerate any breaking of the law In this direction. Small thefts, so small as to be i sw > that Missus Booth says unimportant, have been tolerated by many in the community In the past, simply because thpy were so small that It seemed unwise to bother about them. As a consequence the thefts have Increased In size and number until the present wave has resulted. To check this it will require more than our present legal protection. It will j be necessary for each of us to fake all possible precautions to keep valuables in Inaccessible places and to be constantly alert in reporting suspicions to Night Marshall Frazler and others who will help check the condition. the Salvation Army In New York now has only * drunks whare they used to have 1300 every night about H of 1 per cent and they say she tells the truth but how could there bee 200 men whare whisky is so plenty and only 1 of 'em drunk? Yours for beer and bier. A. Whiskey Bloke. Malvern. la. Iowa us can well be proud of the selection by President-Elect Roosevelt of Henry A. Wallace as Secretary of Agriculture. A farm liberal, Mr. Wallace can be expected to exert a powerful influence toward more favorable conditions for agriculture. WITH THE IOWA GENERAL ASSEMBLY By The Leader's I. P. A. State House Correspondent Citizens of the county should cooperate with the Board of Supervisors In finding some better method for caring for the problem, of relief. Our poor funds are constantly overdrawn and even then the Board must individual cases wjtb The county script plan may "be usable as it provides work for those who need it, although It Imposes a alight tax on those who sell to those getting the script. The matter • deserves - considerable study. The death of Boxer Ernie Schaaf in his match with Carnera might be a good time to put in a few good words about the sport of boxing. The manly art is now, and will probably continue to be so, as enjoyable a form of exercise as any which has been devised. It not only provides muscular action to an unusual degree but encourages qualities of alertness, speed and stamina in a large degree. But the truth Is that boxing, as have so many sports, has become so highly commercialized that the sport is lost. Quite obviously those desirable qualities listed above would be lost if the boxer was paid a certain sum of money to win over his opponent. The commercialism encourages brutality and satisfies only that lower type of homo sapiens who wants'to see someone get the worst of it. Thus commercialism has taken out the best of the sport and left only the worse. (Continued from page I) tra session will be for the purpose of acting on the report of the Brooklngs Institute special- j Ists who are now making a study of Iowa governmental affairs from Zee township to the gover* nor's office with a view to consolidating about fifty departments, boards and commissions Into several departments under responsible elected officials. tit charge. So Ta* Sales r«tn t*w. 4 The House Friday forenoon concurred in Senator Ritchie's hill postponing all county sales of property for delinquent taxes until Dec. 4. 1933. Both House and Senate passed the bill by unanimous votes. Representative Ornu of Bnena Vista county, presented the bill In the House. County Officials' Salaries Ort, Too Friday morning the House followed Us action of Thursday In cutting salaries of state officials, by making a like drastic cut in those of county and city officials, with the exception of sheriffs and their deputies, which remain as now. For example, county officials now receiving $1,700 win after July 4 receive $1,445, those receiving $1,800 will be cut to »!.530, $1,900 to $1,616, $2,000 to $1,700. $2,100 to $1.733 and on down the line. An attempt to exempt other officials from the cut failed, as did the attempt to allow the Supervisors to fix salaries of officials and deputies. Supervisors will get $4 per day instead of $5. One-Hided Battle | in Cuttle AVnr What was expected to be a close contest over the repeal o the mandatory T. B. cattle testing law, turned out to be a one-sidec victory for supporters of T. B Testing, when the House la,v week considered the hill of Representative Foster, of Cedar county, to make testing for bovine tuberculosis optional, rather than mandatory. The vote on the main bill resulted 80 against and 24 for, with four absent or not voting. Defer Alcohol Gasoline Bill After a long public hearing Tuesday and several hours of leated debate Wednesday, the final action on the proposal to use corn alcohol as a mixture with gasoline for motor vehicle fuel, was deferred until after the re- they have 1 had a perpetual crime wave for the last dozen years of more. -f-t-1- rttDDwrles nave pBptfftcNd to tne Qttir1&f[ thfe past week and til t*t etett the *h*Hf hasn't hwtfrf of that to this cortmrnntty. ft** that fve heard the rwrnr* of at least five local crlmlnalu rof €%ispji JN>Do<n i 3r« So ttoiNr jrtvii know what the rest of the com- rnniuty thinks of yon. -f-t-1- ttls In the air. } was even accused of stealing that Losing Out Sale hill used last week, f didn't steal It. It was given to me. tf we were to follow the ad* vice the optimistic speakers Rive us about the depression w« would (a) never mention the crime wave, (b) call it a moral 1*8 if we did ever mention it, (c) »ay that honesty is just around the cornel-. All of those Would, according to the theory, promptly do away with the crime wave without the assistance of the officer* of the law. -f-t-1. Last Saturday there were In Malvern at one time one sheriff, We had aft attend**** of forty- three Strnday aid ait ttfterestfng Workers' conferettci at the close Of C. fi. We urgently ftrvfte all Who are near enough to come ftrid worthfp with trs next S*#d*y a*d lend your Influence to the came of Christ by befog present at His house of worship. Wanda and Jean Kochersperger spent Friday evening with the Hatchings. Sherman Allen, Walter Kellenbarger, Louie Btrllington, Joe afrd Dean McLain attended a sate at Wales Wednesday. A cousin of Mm. Berta Griffin's from Fremont, Nebr. is helping her care for her father. Joe McLain helped two nights last week so as to relieve the family and give them a chance tot much needed rest. Mr. Gibson's condition is about the same. The Dale Norrls family spent Sunday evening In the Lon Hatfield home. Alfred Cooper, Mr. and MM, Sherman Alien, and Alfred Griffin were in Red Oak Friday. Ward Cooper moted Mrs. Bob Alien and children to Burlington Junction, Mo. one day last week. t Mr. Allen is Working for Joe Bur| den near Coburg. i Ralph Dddelt went to Lenox Friday to help his uncle. Jim Liddell, and family move to a farm four miles south of Shenandoah. Mrs. Roy Haldeman called on Mrs. Cliff King Wednesday afternoon. John Jamee was a Shenandoah visitor Friday. Our contestant, Miss Elolse E ME R S *_ f%'Mtti fftmtitftm HI JErCCnUlIAUnj the EmerBbn high teteo* gtve tfeeff tfeeiamatety fcd*t«rt fttftSday evenfog, Feb. 41. A good Attendance was present to hear to* *t- rfous pieces which Were greatly enjoyed. Miss fcmfly Boland of Glen-rood acted as frige and placed the following: fn oratorical the first frtaee, "The Supreme Menace*' was give* by Billy fitptey. Seeotrd 'Hopes was given to John Salmons. In the dramatic division first place went to "Submerged" by Matlne Shaw; second place to "the Dog Wolf" by Ruth Cheney. Dorothea Lakin Won the humorous division with "The Home Talent Rehearsal" and Eloise Lid dell was second with "Brothers in Love." A piano sold was given at the close by Margafet Matfield twfdtt the announcement of the winners by Miss Boland. ~ ~ — -.— H-r*~. cess Feb. 24 to March 6. Japan has made advances toward withdrawing from the League of N'ationa as a result of the League's attitude toward • the Manchurian campaign? This Is t!m first time, the League has taken uny such important at- tiudo toward a power of the size of Japan, it will be an excellent opportunity to test the as a factor for world peace. For Beer and Misery My Pear Editor: ! •• Havu you saw In the World-! Herald how wo are tickled to! death about repeallu' prohibition? i Now wo can drink 10 times or 16 to 1 times us much when we can git all the beer and whisky WO waut and cau wak H-OHP hog.s of ourselves, and wo won't gut so dry waiting for the nuxt little hatch to sneak in as U will come by the truck load In broad day- JlKht and It won't coat BO much neither. Why one poor bootlegger in Taxes Getting directly to the proposition of reducing taxes in Iowa, the Bennett-Beatty Senate bill passed the Senate last week, and stands a good chance of passage in the House. A horizontal cut of 25 per cent In all county, town and school levies will be required. State and poor relief funds will not be affected by the bill as passed. Along the lines of the Elliott bill passed in the last General Assembly which made a direct cut of 5 per cent in taxes levied, this bill would bring expenditures "down to earth" with a dull thud. House Slashes Salaries The House last Thursday by a vote of 98 to 1, with 9 not voting, passed the committee bill reducing salaries of state and county officials from 5 per cent to 37 per cent. Attempts to lessen the cuts of salaries for the judges of the supreme court and district courts, and the heads of state hospitals for the insane met with defeat In every instance. The bill as drawn was passed with but one exception. The attorney general's salary was fixed at $4,600 Instead of the $4,000 provided by the bill. For example, the secretary of state, auditor of state, secretary of agriculture and other elective state officials were cut $1,000 each, the attorney gener- per gallon on gasoline not containing the required amount of alcohol, to 6c was adopted. The present 3c tax would apply to gasoline with the proper alcohol content. Fish and Game Commission Get Power The Fish and Game Commission, under the Fabritz bill passed by the House 80 to 20. would be given power to fix the dates of opening and closing seasons on all fish and wild animals in the state, and to make rules and temporary laws for the next two years. two deputies, one state agent and two railroad detectives. If New Vork had that percentage of policemen It'would have 36,000. -f-t-1- One story had it that our own home was entered by two burglars, amloted by two accomplice* who stayed out on the Walk, They were reported to have clashed awny without loot (they would have anyway even if they had tnken their time to go through the house) when the editor shouted at them. Who says the voice of the press hasn't power? -f-t-1- Another rumor was to the effect that the editor was shot at five times at close range (Just like Mr. Roosevelt). The only :hlng he heard of the shots was :he rumor. One admirer told me he'd like to hear that about me. -f-t-1- ^ choruswhichsangf la the crime wave, except by Chas. Irwln, the Community building critic, who heard them practicing. Liddell, received second place in the humorous class in the declamatory contest last week at Emerson. Since it was her flrst attempt at anything of the kind and It being her flrst year In high school we feel very proud of her and wish to congratulate her. Here's hoping for a flrst next year, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Caywood and children, Herbert, Helen, and Evan, were Sunday dinner guests In the Francis Parker home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and sons, Hadley and Marlon, and Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Kochersperger called In the afternoon. The Cay- woods plan to leave March 1 for their new home recently purchased in Missouri. The family moved here a little more than eight years ago and have many friends who are sorry to have them leave but wish them well in their new home. The Lee Hutchings family will move to the Evans farm north of Emerson vacated by the Caywoods. They are not going so far but thi " situated In their "new neight hood. Wayne Wilson and Bd Thofton spent Sunday at Pern, Nebt.» with relatives and friends. Carl Edle and cousins Kenneth and Marguerite Edle returned home Saturday from Eureka springs, Ark., where they spent two weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cheney were Hastings visitors Friday, Mr. and Mrs, t. N. Cheney and family spent Sunday in Des Molnes in the home of his sister, Mrs. Dean Stroud. They returned home Sunday evening. !**; m istm&t * Mr*. i?o 7 T Oat tutors Jnta* tR *. 4, witt i ftes •Mstte* Wffftit&f attefftSSnv .-., Wm Kellenbarfret aftd (#& fritt toft flrt»aat fof l! fa** at timm* f&nv speftfrttf ft f*» days hefe relatives. M Mf. and Mrs. t. rf. ftieftef 1 and danfhter* Eleanor and Katfel le«ft left WedfrStoay Bvenlni tof Attfeta, fit, to visit relative*. Sap'l and MH. ft. ft, PafWJft*' Misfes Mary Ameel and (ffftet Dlxon were Omaha visitors Sat* ttrday. Miss tva Good, tt. N., went td 'M Cottneil Slnffs Wednesday «**•" ninf with Mr. and Mrs. 0. fi. Fogarty to spend a few days to theif hone. Mist Jeanne C0p»ag« spent the week end in Stanton with her* parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cop* 'f I pfti*. *\ Mr. and Mr*. Raymond Allen J of Carson spent Friday hew fit <$ the home of her parents, Mr, and it Mrs. Andrew fidie. • ':i| Joe Davis moved hi* household I goods Friday from south of Em* t erson to a farm north of olett» wood which he purchased last fall. Glen Jamea , Irma Hatch Wed in Omaha Friday Glen James and Miss Irma Hatch of Northboro were married Friday in Omaha at the Presbyterian parsonage. They were accompanied by her twin Bister, Mr». Leslie Peterson, and husband. They will make their home near Northboro. We wlah them happiness and a pleasant journey through life. WESLEY CHAPEL al-s salary was cut from ?6,QOO , dau g ht to ?4,600, secretary of f air board i K"' from $5,000 to 13,000. the su- j wf'. About seventy neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Plumb and the Roscoe Slater family gathered for a social evening at the church Thursday for a farewell for them and a welcome into the neighborhood for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parker and children. After a few games and a fine program light refreshments were served. Ben Wilson had the misfortune to lose his little flnger on his left hand Saturday in the bu?z saw. We are glad to know he is getting along nicely. Mrs. H. C. Wlnalow of Tabor returned to her home Sunday after a few days visit with her Parker ' $5,000 to $4,000, Wilson and Jeanette Lu- -f-t-1- Season's Opener Messrs. E. W. Knight, J, N. Summers, J. E. Randerson, and J. H. Beckwith opened the croquet season Sunday afternoon by several chukkers on the Beckwith court. In spite of agitation for the larger ball last season, the same regulations were In force during the opener. Beckwith showed no failing from his 1932 form, sending the ball down the arches with all the old time verve which has distinguished his peculiar style for several seasons. -f-t-1- Botl, Knight and Randerson experienced a little difficulty in truing their shots, showing a strong tendency to slice into the bushes at the west of the court, This might have been because of the chipped mallet head. Summers and Beckwith ventured the predictions that new highs in participation and attendance would be set in the sport for this coming season. -M-l- Polltlcal Notes Said 0, B, Bayes, town assessor: -I've thought the matter over carefully and I believe it's a whole Jot safer to he assessor of the Town of MaJvern than president of the United, States." Joe Wearin, philosophical fath' er of Congressman Qt«a P. and Mrs. Me) Berrtman and Norma Lee drove to Sidney Sunday to visit friends. Miss Carrie James returned last week from Shenandoah where she visited several days with her grandmother, Mrs. Ellen James, and other relatives, Mrs. Noel and children, Avis, Max, and Donald, visited Mrs, Haldeman Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Kellenbarger and Jessie spent Friday afternoon in the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Madge Parker. Albert Streitenbergers spent Wednesday night in the Lon Hatfield home, ' ' Mr. and Mra, Newell Fain have moved into the J, F, Vngry tenant-house vacated by Claude B,eo» Wanda Kochersperger and Joe Allen were guests to supper Monday evening In the home of Mrs. Lucy Liddell. Mrs. Irene Larson and son, Frederick, called on Mrs. Hutch- mgg Friday afternoon. let ASBURY group of Wend»?8i bora gathered at the Ben Guyer home last Wednesday evening for a farewell party! The Guyeru are moving to a farm they recently Mr. and Mrs. Ward Thrapp and mother, Mrs, Lottie Thrapp, were s Omaha visitors Thursday whe»V| Ward consulted a specialist. The Mills county units of .__.„ American Legion Auxiliary met I Tuesday at the Armory in Gle8-*?I wood for a business meeting.," Those attending from EmersottS were Mrs. K. A. Evans, Mrs. W.A* H. Cramer, Mrs. Ed Farris, Mr»,€. R. B. Good, MM. M. D. Lang and 4| Mrs .Vernon Johnson. V»II Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lang andill family of Hamburg spent Wed* neaday here with his mother;Mrs. c. A. Lang, and other r«hvj& lives. - •*"¥* Mrs. Clara McDowell spent lajt§!_ week in the home of her daugh?S,BNi ter, Mrs. Lindsay Coons, ^>™" Macedonia.- Mr. and 'Mrs. C. E. Whitne and daughter Ruth were visitor in Council Bluffs Saturday. Mr. and Mra, Harold Hofl celebrated their day by inviting their pare'nts, Mr and Mra, John Howie, and, A. F, Smith to their • spend the.da/.i, ow were served en*. purchased-near Malvern. --Another group of friends called at the Guyer home Tuesday evening. We are indeed sorry to lose them from, this vicinity, Our good wishes go with them to their new home, and'Mrs. R, L, : ,Qt drove to Valley, Nebr,, Sunda; spend the day in the home of 1 •Ister, Mrs, Arthur Johnson, I Mr. and Mrs,-J. L. Evans a_. sons Donald and Russell ,spen' Saturday Sunday at, Ajg< tors. Will Kellenbarger and eon, Frank, from Newton, Kan, visited relatives jn this vicinity and « Emerson last week. Wilina and. Florence Coo/per accompanied their a«ut, Mrs. Rachel" Bridge, to Red 0»k -' evening. " , Lela Smith of Red Oak spent the week end, V itfe SJ1» KeUen* barger, 'Brad Bridges spent Friday eve* ning in the Alfred,; qospep hm* Btnsey Bishops and, (Jeprge Cte ?ad spent Saturday evening j» Eber Bennedict and family moved Tuesday to the Brazelton farm north of Hastings. Kenneth Thomas spent Saturday and Sunday with Gene Belk' nap p| near Strahan, Mr, and Mrs, Opal Bayes .were Omaha visitors Tuesday, Art_Fra»ler and family spent ^undsy at the Richard Smith home, "Carl Nelson was a qienwood visitor Saturday, , Mr. and Mrs, Richard Smith and Mrs, ,l»hoe}j9 Smith were Qmahs Yisitors Tuesday, -Mr, |»4 ||rs, Ifarrie Douglas with Marion. Mr. and - 'Mrs. Earl Crawfoeol and daughter Mary'spent S»r -*'* at Crouton in the home of , former's brother, Gardner, -a. family, Miss Mary remained a longer visit. , Sberiff»« rlf ~ and' ter, r, J »nd Mrs, Wedoesday . the Elmo , and dsijgh; »8«i Mifs Mildred , fled Oafe y|sltersi 7 p»p||r*t gwr scbooj, gave party at tllie achojoj cent for salaries of $1,OOC under, 10 per cent on $1,500 sal" aries and below $2,000, 17 "^ per tout on salaries of $2,500, etc. No one escaufirl in, told of of the- one escaped. Hurwm got paeved because uu- otber one asked nim $15 for a P&t. Now we'll git U cheep. We kuQ we/ir* jbaj $0 p*y the of 6UfQr$eBj,ent §nd not ueitaw and wt kae the wttr» Jan »ud court M The battle over the Farm Bureau appropriation raged most of the forenoon iu the House Thursday. Knomles of the farm organization nought to make county ""I optional and to cut it about 7" per cunt. The farm orguiiiza- Uou ugreua to a substantial cut, reducing appropriations In cou,,- tli's that hava lustm paying $3,000 "> 18.000. but l«ayl U8 tliu appro- prlailou mandatory. " ' 1UU ' The Sunate Friday b U by a vote of 3» lo j WW " »L»m or not voting. The H ous « h*d p e vlftu H iy nttwtt(1 u 84 16. The bill nuw goea to the gov- for UU ie touo MU wife gf evening. Lois placed flrst in the oratorical with "Reality," Jeanette placed second In, the dramatic section giving H The Hill of Silence." Cliut and Lynn Parker took the potatoes raised by the Wesley Chapel potato club to the Council uiuffs market Tuesday. Elmer Patterson's sale was well attended Thursday. The Pat* tersojis aro moving this week to the farm east of Claude Wilson's. Mr, and Mrs. John Alley vis- lied his folks iu Malveru, Sunday. The Ladles' AW wet at the home of Mrs. Roy ttonhiuji. Mrs. H. Lisle w»» assistant hostess. A of job seekers who. flooded ,»« f/* 8 . 0 ? W .t ar!n farmstead Before Ron. crowd w&» nmeat aud lot of work way will b# to ue tt»uou.nwMt 8«y«al young Wealey 8, Kt»v. the jfftu.a **"*** Jrow 'fh,oj(ftfti otha went down, to Wasntogton, This one walked IB from, «OJBI« tows uorth of Atlantic and Joe swore he had come jwjit a few to«he» «nd«r a. Hundred «is feet *rspj>*4 Jn sacks and he was e4 for the &$$ 'I want a.j8ji,« be y^ hj^^jie to tae congressman, "I can ,40 iwy thing and. I thjnk I'm *8j$! at least |10Q a montb.^ - 'What fo . lor forty y m »"?.*» *.• weeks if flY VIRTUIJ, OP AN EJ TIQN Directed to me^front flee of. the Oiwk of the nj CoBrt.jjf; Mills Bounty,- iow» Judgment' obtained in said ?L» tb ? gotl » d8 ' r Qt V& 1938, J» favor pf Margaret " "as pjalntiff and Nellie. Alstrope . as Dele . dant, for- the eum ,of .118.78. and costs, t»,xe4 or' the , casts, i hive estate situated in j^ins __ Iowa, taken ,-aa tfte, prpperty ,| sfttd Defendant K satisfy to-wit! c >HaU,. (WH ) (4 the Alfred onatn iowe Wedn^ dav. J • ••> * *«*AL **',v 'j i£ V *»S5#4 •" , ^* * fi* 4 ->-rt v Invei kher oun Ibooki torso Yo Ither IQouri Ion tt I make Iderin leetatt Idepoe IPOSitf liScate Ition Iderso hats

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