Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 6, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 194t 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.) Unless a non-veteran files nomination papers for governor on either ticket by March 15 —and none is expected to at this writing—Iowa will be assured of a fall campaign pitting two war veterans against each other. Frank Miles, Des Moines, made certain of that last week when ho announced his candidacy for governor on the Democratic ticket. His announcement came as a surprise to most political observers who knew that he had considered making the race several weeks ago but thought he had taken himself out of it in the meantime. Miles is a veteran of World war II He served in the navy during World war I and was public relations director for Iowa selective service from 1940 to 1944 in World war II, resigning to become a war correspondent. He lost a son. 2nd Lt. William B.. in she last war. A pilot. Lt. Miles was killed in action over Elba in May of 1944. Another son. Frank, jr.. served as a captain in the Eighth air force. Both of the announced Republican candidates also are war veterans. Gov. Robert D. Blue. Eagle Grove, is a veteran of World war I. His primary epponent. George Olmsted. Des Moines, is a veteran of World war II. Olmsted also served with the army of occupation in Germany following World war I. PUZZLE SOLVED. With Miles' announcement, the puzzle of who would be the Democratic candidate is solved. Since A. J. Loveland. Janesville. announced he would not run a week ago. there had been much speculation. This reached a climax at the Jackson day dinner in Des Moines. However. Assure Yourself A Supply of MEYER'S Winter Bred-To-Lay CHICKS By placing an order for your requirements NOW Prospects are bright for the poultry breeder who should have another profitable year in 1946-1947. To cash in on biggest profits, buy'the kind of chicks that will mature rapidly for market and egg laying. Our chicks have these fine qualities bred into them—that's why year after year our customers come back and demand our baby chicks. We are now booking orders for hatches— place yours today! MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone 234 no name was forthcoming. In fact, former Lt. Gov. John K. Valentine, Ccntervillc, publicly announced he would not be a candidate. So did former Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel. Former Sen. Guy M. Gillette, Cherokee, a scheduled speaker, was detained in the east and took himsert out of the picture by not appearing to expose himself to a draft. So did former Supreme Court Justice R. F. Mitchell. Fort Dodge, who was scheduled to speak but could not appear. State Sen. A. E. Augustine, Oskaloosa, was mentioned along with former State Sen. Lester S. Gillette, Fostoria. So was Sewell E. Allen. Onawa attorney, who came out for lieutenant governor the same day as Miles announced. Another person known to have been asked to consider the race was Horace Van Metre. Waterloo attorney. But no one was thinking of Frank Miles, who for many years has been editor of the Iowa Legionaire. Miles is 55. He will be 56. April 2. Born at Fort Madison, he attended school In Illinois and wasgraduated from Drake University's law college. He served several years as a newspaperman in Des Moines and also did publicity work on a free lance basis. During his period with the Legion organization he estimates he has addressed 5,000 audiences in Iowa personally and 1,000 radio audiences. He is a fiery orator and declared he will conduct a clean race and a hard one. ' Allen, who had intended to run for congress from the Seventh district, will be 33, May 4. He served as Monona county attorney six years and as a member of the house of representatives from Monona county in 1941. Allen served three years in the army during World war II. in Africa, Italy and France. He was discharged as a sergeant. BEST CRACK. The crack that drew the best laugh at the Jackson day dinner was one by former Governor Kraschel. He said the centennial commission appointed by Governor Blue was a fine one but it didn't have any funds. "We're going to a picnic without any lunch." said Ncls. Since then the interim committee has voted to grant the commission an appropriation of S15.000 for postage, office space, clerk hire and miscellaneous items. STAFFERS. Word is out at the statohouso that in the event the trinls of four former Iowa Training School employes are carried on, the state will be represented by someone from the attorney general's staff. Howard Grothe, who prosecuted the first two trials, is n special attorney general assigned to the case. He formerly WHS with the office but left it a few years ago. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Sgt. Dwayne Huebner, who was killed in action over England, March 7, 1945, one year ago. Somewhere in England in a soldier's grave. Lies our dear Sonny among the brave. He never shunned his country's call. But gladly gave his life, his all. He little thought when leaving home. He would return no more. That in death so soon would sleep, And leave us here to mourn and weep. We do not know what pain he bore, We did not see him die, We only know Sonny passed away, And could not say Good-Bye. —Sadly missed and never forgotten by his Mom. Dad. Sister and Brother. DOUBLE CELEBRATION. Postville Town Council Holds Monthly Meeting REPUBLICANS. Declaring that "the Republican primaries are wide open, untrammel­ led and free." Lou Gardner, publicity chief for GOP headquarters, said the party has "two excellent candidates" for the gubernatorial nomination. Previously Chairman Willis York had stated publicly that the Republican central committee would take no part, as an organization, in the primary race. The committee met in Des Moines on the same evening that the Democrats were Jackson day dinnering. Young Republicans—five of them representing the executive committee — met with the central committee and presented a 12 -point program outlining the part they hope to play in this fall's campaign. It is also rumored that they asked for more of a voice in the party. Their program was taken under consideration. Monday. February 18. was doubly important in the Joseph Remke home in Ossian. It was the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Remke and also the wedding day of their son, Edward Remke, and Miss Stella Lansing. A double celebration was held in the afternoon at the Ossian opera house. Mrs. Anna Gcling. mother of Mrs. Joseph Remke. was a guest at the event. She had also attended the wedding 50 years previously. The regular monthly meeting of the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Postville. Iowa, was held in the Council Room of Memorial Hall, on Friday evening, March 1. 11M6. at 7:30 o'clock. A. J. Pnlas, Mayor, presided. Councilmen present were H. D. Colo. Fred J. Miller, Fred C. Hurkdjisehel and Harold H. Schroeder. Councilman absent, Lawrence C. Wel/el. Henry A. Langc. waterworks super- tendent, and Eldo Gericke. Town Marshal, were also present. Otto Appel. street commissioner, nbsenl. The minutes of Ihe last regular meeting mid those for intervening special meetings were read, and on motion accepted as read. The reports of L. O. Bencher, treasurer, and A. C. Webster, town clerk, were read, and on motion were accepted as read. The reports of H. A. Lange, waterworks superintendent: Otto Appel. superintendent of streets, and Eldo Gericke, town marshal, were read and on motion wore accepted. The Mayor appointed the Election Board for the forthcoming Town election as follows: Fred C. Ruckdaschii. Lawrence C. Web.el and Fred J. Miller. Judges: and H. D. Cole and Harold II. Schroeder. Clerks. The following bills of account were read and approved by the Finance Committee of the Council, and on motion allowed and ordered paid from their respective funds: General Fund: Eldo Gericke ... A. C. Webster Matt Par'rott Sons Postville Herald Geo. Bursell Allamakee Title and Abstract Company Water Works Fund: H. A. Lange SIM/JO Laurence Hofer 51.37 National Aluminate Corp. [15 ;u Farmers Store 5t!.03 Citizens State Bank 15.10 Interstate Power Co. 128 00 Neptune Meter CV : f>a .">;; W. S. Darly Co. 10.20 Light Fund: Interstate Power Co. $139.50 25.40 9.33 5.89 3.90 74.60 Emergency Fund: Otto Appel $143.80 The motion for the Town Council to adjourn was made, seconded and enr- ricd. A. C. WEBSTER, Town Clerk. A. J. PALAS, Mayor. CARD OF THANKS. Wo wish lo express our heartfelt gratitude to neighbors, friends and relatives for iheir acts of kindness and words of sympathy expressed at the passing mi of our beloved wife and sister. Mrs. Ruby Webb. To the pastors, the singers, those who brought floral offerings and all who assisted us in any way at the funeral do we also extend our (li.inks. Herman t). Webb. Mr. and .Mrs A C. Webster and Family. THANK YOU. We wish In thank our neighbors, friends and the Postville Fire Department for their very prompt answer to our call for help Sunday afternoon when lire threatened our home. We feel deeply appreciative of this help. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hangartner and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hangartner. Farmers need an intermediate type hog that will finish well enough at 2P0 to 230 pounds to top the market, says E. 1.. Quaife of Iowa State College. BOND BOXES OF STURDY STEEL ALU FINISHED WITH LOCK- TWO KEYS INCLUDEO Protect your bonds, insurance papers and other valuables by using one (ot mow) ol these heavy gauge steel boxes, Finished in gray enamel. Remarkable value at Hoth Brothers Hardware Hardware. Heating, Plumbing Telephone No. 229 NO "NAY." All 330 residents in South Fork township, Jackson county, who voted for erection of the Jackson county memorial hospital, voted "Yes." Tete des Morts township, in the same county, voted 161 "Noes" against one "Yes." 5111.51 Grading and Dragging Fund: Falb Motor Co. . $ 4.98 Fire Fund: Ted Anderson S .82 Cook Shell Station 9.29 Sewer Fund: Interstate Power Co. S 2.08 John Burrow 115.00 3Icniori.il Hall Fund: Interstate Power Co. . $ 2.74 Farmers Slore . 40.67 HIGHER PRICES! FOR DEAD ANIMALS Small Animals are just as acceptable to us as larger ones! We arc paying higher prices for dead animals! Due to present conditions of roads Tankage is available at Art Kicker's Service Station. The supply is limited. WE WILL CONTINUE TO PAY $1.25 per 100 POUNDS FOR LIVE HORSES ! You may either call us collect at our plant, telephone No. 1000, or if more convenient, see or call the service station of ART RICKER in Postville, No. 287. Postville Rendering Plant FLOYD IJLY, Proprietor SPECIAL SESSION IF NECESSARY. The executive board of the Iowa State Junior Chamber of Commerce adopted a resolution at its recent meeting in Marshalltown commending Governor Blue for calling a conference of Midwest governors to discuss the housing problem. The board also urged the governor to call a special session of the legislature, if necessary, as soon after the conference as possible. However, the resolution stated the board's desire that something come out of the conference to solve the shortage. Farm economists at Iowa State College expect the supplies of butter, cream and cheese to run short of demand for at least the first quarter of 1946. They say that butter is likely to remain short of demand all year. PARDONS. Of the 200 Iowa parolees who served in World war II, only two or three have gone bad. Eighteen have been pardoned and applications for pardons for about six more are pending, including one from a parolee originally sentenced to life for a slaying but whose sentence had been commuted to 50 years. One parolee in the army recently wrote the parole board that it was "good to be on the other side of the fence." He was a military policeman in Japan at that time. HOUSING. Rep. John W. Gwynne, Waterloo, whose district contains the Tama Indian reservation, has been looking into the chances of using a sanitorium on the reservation for housing veterans. The sanitorium buildings have not been in use and it is thought that they might be made into apartments or living quarters for veterans without homes. A WOMAN FOR SENATOR. The Iowa senate may welcome a woman into its ranks when it convenes next January. Mrs. Kathryn Kirketeg, Bedford, has announced her candidacy on the Republican ticket. She is the widow of the late Sen. O. J. Kirketeg who died while the 1945 legislature was in session. If she wins the seat, she will be the second woman ever to occupy a senate seat. The first was Sen. Carolyn C. Pendray, Maquoketa. Mrs. Mae Lynch, Pocahontas, has been a representative from Pocahontas county for the last two sessions. TRUCK TIRES We have secured a small shipment of the following sizes of Truck Tires: 8.25-20 — 10 ply 7.50-20 —10 ply 7.50-20 — 8 ply 7.00-20 —10 ply 7.00-20 — 8 ply 7.00-15 —Truck 7.00-16 — Truck 7.20-20 — 10 ply Mud-Snow Tread We can use your old tires in trade! Complete stock of rear Tractor Tires. FALB Motor Postville, Co. Iowa BOYS' DISTRICT BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Postville High Gymnasium MARCH 5, 6,7, 8 and 9 CRESCO MANCHESTER ELGIN LAWLER CLASS A TEAMS COMPETING: DUBUQUE DUBUQUE (Loras) ELKADER POSTVILLE SUMNER WAUKON CLASS B TEAMS COMPETING: FREDERICKSBURG GREELEY ' LANSING LIME SPRINGS McGREGOR STRAWBERRY POINT ....»••««•••• CLASS A SCHEDULE OF GAMES- TUESDAY at 9:30 p. m.—Waukon vs. Sumner. WEDNESDAY at 9:30 p. m.~ Postville vs. Manchester. THURSDAY at 7:30 p. m.—Elkadcr vs. Dubuque (Loras); and at 8:45 p. m.—Dubuque vs. Cresco. FRIDAY' at 8:45 p. m.—Winner of Waukon-Sumner game vs. the winner of Postville-Manchester game. SATURDAY at 8:45—Winner of Elkader-Dubuque (Loras) game vs. winner of Dubuque-Cresco game. CLASS B SCHEDULE OF GAMES— TUESDAY at 7:00 p. m.—Strawberry Point vs. McGregor; and at 8:15 p. m.—Lime Spring vs. Lawler. WEDNESDAY at 7:00 p. m.—Lansing vs. Greeley; and at 8:15 p. m.—Fredericksburg vs. Elgin. FRIDAY at 7:30 p. m.—Winner of Strawberry Point-McGregor game vs. winner of Lime Springs-Lawler game. SATURDAY at 7:30 p. m.—Winner of Lansing-Greeley game vs. winner of Fredericksburg-Elgin game. Admission—Adults, 60c including tax Students, 35c including tax

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