Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 15, 1946 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAT 15, 1948. THE POSTVILLE. HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. PAGE THREE. 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.) The committee dealing with the problem of Iowa's postwar tax struc- Hire is about to begin writing its report for submission to the governor and the next legislature. The committee, headed by Francis Johnson, Terril, former president of ihc Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, is now awaiting a report from the Brook- infis Institution to serve as a guide for Ihc final report. When the Brookings report is received—and it is expected soon—the committee will go to work nt once and hopes to have its report ready by September. Others on the committee include Arthur Johnson, Clnrinda; H. J. Schmitz, Eldora; Clyde McFarlin, Montezuma: L. P. Boudrenux, Cedar Rapids; Senator Frank C. Bycrs, Cedar Rapids; Senator Robert Keir, Spencer; Senator Fred Cromwell, Burlington; Rep. Arch W. McFarlone, Waterloo; Rep. Harry Cox, Fort Dodge, and Rep. A. G. Redman, Sac City. 4. A definite and well-rounded recreational program. 5. Social guidance of the inmate to instill in him the right kind of thinking and attitude toward society. 6. Some definite method of aftercare and guidance for the inmate upon his discharge from the reformatory. Carlson pointed out that it will be necessary to obtain the funds, stulT and materials before the program can be put Into effect. This probably means that it will await the pleasure of the 1947 legislature. JUVENILE SURVEY COMMITTEE. Another committee which is preparing to make its report is the civilian committee which surveyed the correctional institutions in Iowa, and is still surveying them. This committee will await some aid from some expert penologists who will make their report separately to be considered by the committee in making the final report. Judge F. H. Cooney, Carroll, heads the committee. Others serving on it include: Mrs. Grace Gilbert King, West Union; Mrs. P. M. Longshore, Woodward; Mrs. Mae Lynch, Pocahontas; Clarence Johnston, Ottumwa, and Richard F. Mitchell, Fort Dodge. GOVERNOR MATERIAL. On a number of occasions since the primary deadline for filing nomination papers passed, Gov. Robert D. Blue and George Olmsted, the opposing candidates for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, have appeared before the same group at the same meeting. Last week at Davenport members of the Iowa State Junior Chamber of Commerce had the opportunity of seeing and hearing all the candidates, including Frank Miles, the Democratic candidate, — but not on the same program. Governor Blue, Olmsted and Miles each appeared before the convention. DEMOCRATS CHARGE S5. Iowa Democrats have had their annual Jackson day dinner at $25-a-plate for several years now, an offshoot of the national dinner and an out and out fund-raising atfair. Up in Linn county recently the revived Young Democrats put the plan to test and announced a $5-a-plate din nor honoring Joseph Mekota, Cedar Rapids attorney, for 62 years of service to the party, 30 of them as chairman. The organization cleared $500 for the county campaign coffers in what of' fleers said would be an annual affair. SIX RECOMMENDATIONS. The Iowa board of control has made six recommendations for a change in the operation of the state men's reformatory at Anamosa, according to an announcement by Board Member E. W. Carlsen. He explained that the changes were designed to transform the reformatory from a "junior prison" to an institution of reformation and rehabilitation. The recommendations: 1. Diagnosis, classification and evaluation of the inmate upon entrance to determine his capabilities, tendencies, interests and potentialities. This would be performed through a study of the individual by skilled personnel. 2. Training of inmates for the.trade to which he is best adapted. 3. Broaden and increase facilities for elementary education. DOUBLE HOUSING PROBLEM. Iowa's new superintendent of banking, N. P. Black of Perry, has a double housing problem on his hands. He not only has to find a house in Des Moines but he also must find a suitable location for the state banking department itself. The department must move out when the Veterans ad ministration takes over the Valley Bank building which it recently purchased. Want 1D§ Want Ad Rates —25 cents per insertion up to 25 words when cash accompanies order. Otherwise the rate is 10 cents per line per insertion. An extra charge of 10 cents is also made where replies are to come to this office. Wanted—A girl for waitress at the Thoma Cafe.—25c. Today's best buy—a Herald wanfad. Wanted —Young, stock hog. John Evans, R. 1, phone 42-F-72, Postville, Iowa.—28c. Wanted—Women for steady or part time work at the Groth Packing Company, Postville. For Sale—Aberdeen-Angus ^registered bull, two years old. Andrew Healy, 3, Waukon, 6 miles south of Wau- kon.—2Bp. For General Trucking, see Milton Olson, R. 1, Postville. phone through Gunder.—28p. Wanted—Mechanic; also body and fender man. Good wages and working conditions. E. Johnson Garage, phone 118, Waukon, Iowa.—28c. For Sale—Savage 22-long, bolt action repeater. Price $25.00. A. W. Bush, Postville.—28p. PLAYER PIANO AND ROLLS. Terms. Write Verne Netzow, Route 5, Box 310, Waukesha, Wis., as to when piano can be seen in Postville.—29p. Wanted to Buy—Several head of 3 and 4 year old unbroke mares. Lee B. Folsom, Postville.—28p. For Sale—A boy's bicycle; in good condition. Call 24-F-26, or Martin Halverson, R. 1, Postville.—28p. For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Es- state Broker, Postville. For Sale—Shepherd pups, from good heeler stock. Elmer Dettman, miles south of Postville.—28p. For Sale—A few extra bushels of early varieties of Moew's seed corn germination 90 to 97%. John J. Martins, R. 2, Postville.—26tfc. NOTICE—Please do not bring or ask to have any sewing done before July 1, as I have more than I can do until then. Mrs. Nina Harrington, Postville MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and recondition ing. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, phone 272, Postville, Iowa.—6tfc For Safe—A carpenter's tool chest with a complete set of tools; also a boring machine. Inquire of E. E. Owen, Postville, or Mrs. Alice Franck Monona.—28p. For Sale—Three lots in east Post ville; good drainage and no filling needed; sewer and water. Inquire of Delmar Reincke or Fred W. Groth Postville.—20tfc. YOU* CAR ...ITS YOU* -lH BRING IT HOME FOR SERVICE Your Ford Doolor CAMPAIGN. Aside from the campaign for the Republican gubernatorial nomination between Governor Blue and Olmsted, there has been very little .campaigning on the part of other candidates. Earl G. Miller, Des Moines, former secretary of state, who is opposing the present secretary, Wayne M. Ropes, Onawa. has been confined to a hospital bed during a part of the campaign because of two heart attacks. They are Republicans. John Hamilton Cruiekshank, Sioux City, who is opposing Treasurer John M. Grimes. Osceola, for the treasury nomination on the Republican ticket, has limited his campaign to running classified ads stating he is against the fourth term — nobody knows what fourth term since Grimes is running only for his second full term. Neither Grimes nor Ropes is doing much campaigning. Nor is Atty. Gen. John M. Rankin who is running for rcnomination against L. W. Laughlin, Mount Ayr. Laughlin has put out the first issue of a little newspaper he calls "The Constitution," which expounds his ideas on government. They are running on the Republican ticket. There has been little campaigning for the two commerce commission spots on the Republican ticket. The incumbents, David B. Long. Des Moines, and B. M. Richardson, Cedar Rapids, have opposition in Lloyd R. Smith, Forest City, and Warren MacHenry, Des Moines. Smith is a long-time state employe .n the treasury department and is an old hand at campaigning for others though he has done comparatively little in his own behalf. There are no contests for nominations on the Democratic state ticket. For Sale—12 pigs. Also between 3000 and 4000 feet of lumber; red oak dry in logs; can be sawed into anything. Will be sawed soon. Harry G Landt, Luana, Iowa.—28p. For Sale—New sportsmen's jackets and coats, fish and game bags, nylon ponchos, pack sacks, utility bags and many other useful articles. Save money at The Thrift Shop. Next to telephone office. Phone 309-W.—27c. For Sale—Work Shop, 20 by 40 ft. story and a half high. Contains much good lumber, with three partitions in side. Can easily be remodeled into a home, or barn or other building. Mrs. L. H. Schroeder, phone 192, Postville, Iowa.—26tfc. For Sale—The modern residence of the late Mrs. Annetta Miller in Postville. Possession very soon. Inquire of Harva Miller, phone 23-F-61, Post­ ville.—28p. Plant carrots and beets in late June or early July for storage. Keep salt before hogs as well as other livestock. Highest prices paid for wool. Bring in your wool and get full government price. A free gift to each person bringing in wool. J. Silverman, Monona, Iowa.—29p. • Wanted—A girl for fountain and luncheonette work along with clerking duties. Full time job. Valuable experience. Good wages. The Brueckner Drug Store.—23c. We are in the market for wool. Deal with the man who gives you THE HIGHEST PRICE and the BEST SERVICE. Also dealer in poultry, eggs and hides all year around. Call 174-J or 174-M. Julius Geskin, Ossian, Iowa.—27tfc. For Sale—Wire cot, bed springs, library table, electric cooker, oil stove with oven, one and two gallqn jugs, scythe, carpenter's plane, pick axe, double bitted axe, child's bobsled^ baby's swinging cradle. Inquire of Mrs. Amanda Phillips, Postville.—28p jj Congratulations, Graduates 1 ... for four years of hard work | well done. May our very best 1 wishes for your success and happi- | ness follow you wherever the path | may lead. Postville State Bank We 'Offer A Complete Banking Service FARM FOR SALE —150 acres in Bloomfleld township, 3',4 miles southeast of Ossian; near pavement, school arid churches. Very good soil; in high state of cultivation. Complete set of buildings in good repair. REA in all of them. For price and terms see T. B. Stock, Broker, Decorah, Iowa.—28c. For Sale—My entire herd of Shorthorn and Shorthorn-Hereford crossbred cows and heifers. These cows have 10 calves at side and others are heavy springers. These calves are sired by an Aberdeen-Angus bull. Henry Gericke, five miles east of Postville, Route 1.—28p. I MUST GET A MAN at once in this community to work with our District Manager. Must have car and be over 28 years of age. The work is in line with the program advocated by the Department of Agriculture. Permanent work, good pay for man who has lived on farm. Write to Box N, c/o Postville Herald. A Sewing Machine in good condition has more trade-in value for that new post-war model. Be ready when they come. Get your machine cleaned and reconditioned now. J. A. Flynn, Calmar, Iowa. Phone Herald Office in Postville—Phone No. 200. IN LINE. Governor Blue got into a line at Add the other day and wound up at the city clerk's office where ho was told there was no water bill for any man named Blue. He then disclosed he was Bob Blue, the governor, to a surprised clerk. FORD SALES AND SERVICE IN POSTVILLE RUCKDASCHEL MOTORS \ '*'''' Foot* IM To Trade—A. W. C. Allis-Chalmers tractor complete with starter and lights and hydraulic cultivator, like new, for a H or M Farmall or Model A John Deere. Reason for trading— need a faster road gear. Write or see Dorf M. Halverson, Lansing,—28p. WalnutGrove PRODUCTS Due to the shortage of feed this year, try and keep your livestock well balanced on WALNUT GROVE MINERALS and see how much faster your pigs will prow, ALSO HAVE A CURE FOR NECRO pigs that have black and bloody scours and are nqt doing well. Treatment Guaranteed. Treatment for coccldlosls in chickens guaranteed. Also have dip, mange oil and wormers, Have all these on hand now, Arthur Schultz POSTVILLE, IOWA Kill Thistles! - - and - 50 Other Varieties of Weeds - - with - Two-4-Dee Weed Killer 8 oz. Bottle Mixed with Water is Enough to Spray One Acre We Also Have - - BROMINIDE CONCENTRATE Can be Painted on or Sprayed on KILLS or REPELS Non-Poisonous To Humans or Warm-Blooded Animal* NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY A COLLEGE, BUSINESS or TRADE SCHOOL EDUCATION FOR YOU Yes, your tuition up to $500 per ordinary school year paid for 48 months of college, business or trade school. You also receive $65 per month living allowance—$90 if you have dependents. This is the opportunity open, upon their discharge, to men over 18 (17 with parents' consent) who enlist in the new Regular Army before October 6, 1946, for 3 years. Get all the facts at your XJ.S. Army Recruiting Station. Court House Bldg. ' Phone 1065 Decorah, Iowa Motorists who know will tell you* ••••••• ^T^~t} OUR CAR-SERVICE IS YOUR BEST CAR-SAVER SEE US TODAY- KEEP YOUR CAR SERVICED AND HELP TO KEEP YOUR CAR SAFE— TILL YOU GET DELIVERY OF YOUR NEW CHEVROLET Today, when you need skilled service most, it pays to come to Service Headquarters to have the work done. Add months and miles to the life of your car—and hefp to fceep your car safe—by having our skilled mechanics give it a thorough service check-up at regular intervals. They do'top-notch work, using quality tools, quality parts, quality materials. See us for repairs or adjustments today ;. .members of America's finest automotive service organization. Save your car with skilled service FALB MOTOR CO. JOHN FALB & SONS POSTVILLE, IOWA ELGIN, IOWA

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