Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 12, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, j Ws CAPITOL NEWS LETTER (Weekly news release of the Iowa Press Association. Material contained herein does not necessarily conform to the editorial policy of this newspaper.) of the fair—on Iowa's 100th birthday year—may have to be revised. MILITARY POLICE APPLY. It's bo«innliifi to look as though Iowa? highway patrol will be well manned when normal operations begin once more. Iowa Public Safety Commissioner Fred W'ilkins and Patrol Chief C A. Knee are receiving applications for jobs and many of them are from men who served or are serving with the military police in the army. About 300 applications have been received (or highway patrol positions. Word is out that the report of Senator Herman Knudson's committee surveying mental hospitals may be placed on Gov. Robert D. Blue's desk , within a very short time—if not be- j ANNOl.'Xt'E SOON fore Christmas, then just after the first No sooner will your Merry Christof the year. im.is and Happy New Year's greetings On what this committee reports may j echo away in the distance until you hinge whether or not the legislature is | will begin reading about the announce- called into special session to deal with'tnents of .-tatehouse officials for re- board of control problems. nominations and re-election. The report will be a most interest- ; Undoubtedly the officials will make ins one because the committee has j their announcements one at a time been putting in long hours. It has been digging into corners and it lias been interviewing patients as well as employes. Furthermore, it has been visiting institutions in other states and it has found that Iowa's record of rehabilitating mentally sick persons is one of the worst in the Middlewcst. For instance, the committee discovered that since treatment was modernized in Minnesota. 50 percent of all new patients are being cured and sent home to useful lives. In Wisconsin 60 percent are being sent home and in Illinois. 66 percent are being cured. All of this requires from three weeks to 18 months. In Iowa the percentage of those cured and returned to their homes is so low that nobody wants to mention it. These other states, the committee found, also are curing some of tlv patients who have been in state stitutions for many years and whom hope was abandoned Ion rather than as a group. RENTALS. Did you know that it is costing the state of Iowa S123.000 annually to rent downtown office buildings and space to house the many sub-divisions which long ago overflowed the statehouse? The state is also receiving $8,300 a year in rent for a building which it owns. If that seems rather incongruous, it is because the state purchased a building from the International Harvester company which has not yet moved from it. So the company is paying rent to stay there. NEW OFFICE BUILDING. This rent will stop only when the state finally erects its new office building for which it has salted away about $2,000,000 to be ready when the labor jand materia! are available. By the time the building, which was have been oinstructed just prior to There are others who are custodial i tho st; «rt >' f ltl1 ' u '-»'- i* ready for con- cases and who will never be cured but I struetion. the state already may have they are getting good care. | outgrown it. Plans which were drawn The committee has had the advice of j up and ready for use when the war an expert. Dr. Samuel Hamilton of the i started undoubtedly will have to be United States Public Health service, j revised in many ways, in its survey. j They already have been revised in Members .if the committee, in ad- • >'"e .•istanee—Governor Blue has in- dition to Senator Knudsou. arc Senator • listed that a cafeteria be given space Alden L. Doud. Douds. 'and Rep> .lohn i 'he new building whereas Senator S. HetTner. Webster C:ty and Or. .1.dm | George A. Wilson, when he was gov- K. Gardner. Lisbon. | ernor. made no plans for a cafeteria. If this committee's report is that j Some kind of an eating place is something should be done soon to ] very much needed on eapitol hill for solve the board of control problems, j 'here is no place nearby which can then the legislative interim committee. ; handle the hungry crowd which pours headed by Senator Irving D. Long, of j "tit of the statehouse each noon. Manchester, is expected to press for a I special *e <Mon i FIRST KIDNAPING. I I When Patrolman John Mahnke was son, just n little later, the kidnaping probably would never have happened for patrolmen usually travel In pairs at night. WANTED: NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN. Republicans—that is the Young Republicans—arc looking for n national committeewoman to succeed Mrs. Ervin Vecck. nee Mary Watson, who was recently married. As Mrs. Vecck she is no longer n resident of Iowa, having moved to Pntuxent. Va., where her husband, a lieutenant commander in the navy, is stationed. As Miss Watson. Mrs. Vecck served Senator B. B. Hickenlooper both while he was governor and during the first year of his senate term. She lived in Fairfield. PLATES ON SALE. Iowa's 1946 automobile license plates —one to a car—are on sale at all county treasurer's offices. The plates show white numerals on a black background. Car owners have until Feb. 1 to get a new plate and they are asked to destroy their old plate and their 1945 windshield sticker. Owners will be given two plates again for 1947 under present plans. The one 1946 plate is to go on the back of the car. PROOF OF WILL. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mrs. Withelmina Lammert. Deceased, late of Allamakee County. Iowa, has been opened and read in the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Alj lamakee County, and that December 31. 1945. has been set for hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and -the iSEAL> seal of said Court this 4th day of December. 1945. O. H. Fossum. Clerk of District Court. By Sylvia M. Lemme. Deputy. Burling & Palas. Attorneys for Estate. PROOF OF WILL. CITIZENS COMMITTEE. As of this date the committee of citizens appointed by Governor Blue to study all correctional institutions in the state, hasn't yet been called together. As this is written, the two experts who are to be selected to serve with the citizens haven't been named. The committee is composed of Mrs. Grace Gilbert King. West Union: Mrs. P. M. Longshore. Woodward; Mrs. Mae Lynch, Pocahontas; Richard F. Mitchell. Fort Dodge; Judge F. H. Cooney, Carroll and Clarence Johnston. Ottumwa. GAS RECEIPTS. Are you one of the few car owners who is asking for a receipt when you purchase gasoline these days in Iowa'.' You're entitled to a receipt, you know and if the Johnson county district court should rule that the law passed by the last legislature is illegal—and seould be upheld by the supreme court—you would be able to get a refund of one cent per gallon for every gallon of gasoline you have purchased in Iowa since July 4—if you have the receipts. But only those with receipt.') will be able to claim the refund from the state. kidnaped at Denison it marked the first such occurence of that nature in the history of the highway patrol. Had Mf.hnke. approached the car in which the kidnapers are believed to h.,ve been plotting a robbery in Deni- To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mrs. Ida Brandt. Deceased, late of Allamakee County, Iowa has been opened and read in the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, and that December 31, 1945. has been set for hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and the iSEAt.l seal of said Court this 4th day of December. 1945. O. II. Fossum, Clerk of District Court. By Sylvia M. Lemme, Deputy. Burling & Palas, Attorneys for Estate. Use Water For Keeping Christmas Trees Green A container of water remains the best thing available for keeping Christmas trees green and fresh indoors and reducing the risk of fire, says Richard Campbell, Iowa State College extension forester. Campbell offers this tip in setting up trees this year: Cut off the end of the trunk diagonally—at least 1 inch above the original cut end. Then stand the tree in a container of water, keeping the water level above the cut surface. Add water to the container every day. This keeps the fire risk at a minimum and helps keep the needles from discoloring or falling. An investigation by the Forest Products Laboratory at Madison, Wis., shows this treatment superior to chemical treatments tested. Freshly cut spruce or balsam fir trees standing in water cannot be set on fire by candle or match fires, but, of course, cannot withstand a large source of heat. In addition to the water treatment of the tree, all the usual precautions against fire should be taken. TRUE OR FALSE? A hen never lays part of an egg. True. A hen can produce only in the proportion that the proper abundance of, all the fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals are provided in her feed. To assure maximum egg profits keep the egg factory at full production with BIG GAIN EGG MASH. Slay on the yeur-around full production payroll. ASK FOR BIG GAIN EGG MASH VERN IIUPFER, Gundcr Store, Postvillc L. F. PUTNAM, Poslvllle Sell it through a Herald Want Ad. A CAR OF 16% Dairy Feed IS EXPECTED HERE THIS WEEK. Get it from the car and Save Money ! L. A. Hammel Wapsie Valley Feeds FARM AUCTION As the farm has been sold, and we are dissolving partnership, we will sell at Public Auction on the farm located 7 miles north of, Castalia, or 9 miles northeast of Osslan, and 3 miles southwest of Frankvlllc, on Thursday, December 20 Beginning promptly at 12:30 o'clock P. M. 85 HEAD OF FINE CATTLE 32 MILK COWS—9 Holstcln Cows; 23 Ilercfords and Shorthorns, some fresh and some springers; 13 Steers coming 2 years old; 11 Heifers coming 2 years old; 17 Yearling Calves; 12 Small Calves. 2 HEAD OF WORK HORSES Roan Horse, 8 years old; Black Horse, 10 years old 250 WHITE LEGHORN CHICKENS ABOUT 150 LEGHORN PULLETS ABOUT 100 YEAR-OLD HENS OATS AND STRAW—About 600 bushels Tama Seed Oats; About 300 bushels Marion Seed Oats; About 600 bushels Vicland Seed Oats; (Germination test results will be given on sale day); 500 Bales Straw 1931 CHEVROLET CAR IN RUNNING ORDER FARM MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT Electric Fence; 3 Rolls Slat Cribbing; Maytag Washing Machine Motor; 6-ft. Galvanized Stock Tank; Tank Heater; Double Unit Surge Milking Machine; Pump and Pressure Tank; 1000-pound Scales; Steel Truck Wagon; Wood Wheel Wagon; 4-Pen Hog House, 16x12 feet; Self Feeder; 10 Grain Sacks; 2 Gasoline Engines; l-ft. Line Shaft and Pulley; 2 30-gaI. Barrels; 16-ln. Mounted Plow for Model A Farmall; Vega Cream Separator; Four 10-gal. Cans; 3 Oak Tongues; 600 feet Oak Lumber; McCormick Corn Binder; and manv oilier articles. SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS Voss Washing Machine with Gas Motor; Cupboard; 8-foot Tabic; 3-Burncr Kerosene Stove and Oven; Home Comfort Kitchen Range. THERE WILL BE A LUNCH STAND ON THE GROUNDS Wm. Jauert and Ray A. Leas WATER ODE. Auctioneer OSSIAN STATE BANK, Clerk BIT BY BIT. It now seems that the Iowa Slate Fairgrounds will revert from the army to the state fair board bit by bit—or. to be more specific—building by building. Latest word is that the army will turn the grounds back in that manner and that it is possible the full possession of the grounds will not again be vested in the fair board until sometime next summer. Again, plans for the 1940 resumption li'.'l I mmwmmmmmmmm I At the Elevator COMING Car of LINSEED MEAL — • — In Stock PURITY COAL BRAN MIDDLINGS Hall Roberts' SOD Postville, Iowa A Gift Certificate given on Christmas clay for a Radio, Washing Machine, Coffee Maker, Electric Toaster, Electric Iron, a Gun or Rifle, which we shall be able to deliver soon after the first of the year, will make an ideal and most acceptable holiday gift. Come in and choose the gift you would like to convey this Christmas and we will prepare the certificate so you can place it under the tree. Remember, our two stores still have many items of practical gifts as well as toys to make your Christmas gift list complete. L O. KOEVENIG —• Two Stores •— Hardware and Auto Supplies Variety Store Gifts That Will Please Your Man ... In spite of all the shortages of merchandise we have heard told, you'll not need to be perplexed about what to give that man of yours — be he a 'teen-ager or one of maturity. We have selected for our stock of gift items articles that any young man or man will be delighted to receive in his Christmas stocking, all chosen along the line of the high grade wares this store has been known to handle down through the years. We invite you to call when on your shopping trip andto see the man y suitable gift i(ems atK man s Earl Abernethy The Store of Chri,tm»» Gift, for Men and WS i I? at to fl Young Men

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