The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 42
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CANTOt NEWS WEf OR DRY— The Io\\ ;i Temperance League \vnnls to know the "wet" or "dry" flttiturles of legislative candidates in town possible on beer aiv1 liquor legislation. The 1 .ongun hns mailed ito bien- ninl questionnaire to all candidate;! for state ol'lire. From the replies received, plus its knowledge of (he candidates, the dry forces will then mnko recommendations on tlio candidates before ihe primary eloetions. Questionnniros Ibis year requested an answer to six questions: Would you oppose liqiior-by-the- drink legislation'.' YV'nnl.l \ ou favor elin,mating sale of boor at tbe state fair .Grounds'.' Would you support legislation to eliminate the Class 0 Beer permit? Would you favor restricting; beer aad liquor advertising? Will you support local option on beer? Would you favor establishing a minimum distance from churches and schools for beer permit holders? SHE LIKES IKE— Mrs. Dorothy Hough ton of Red Oak, has been named national cochairman of the Cili/ens for'Kisen- hower Committee, a voluntary organization working for the rcnom- ination and reelection of President Eisenhower. As national co-chairman, Mrs. Houghton will ho in charge of woman's activities of the commit- 4% Federal Land Bank FARM LOANS Why Pay More? See Us Now. National Farm Loan Association E. E. DICKEY, Sec'y-Treas. 112 E. 3rd St. Phone MU 2-4067 OTTUMWA, IOWA tee. Her offices will he at the national headquarters in New York. THREE CANDIDATES— Three candidates are being discussed as possible successors 1o Charles Wittomiieyor on the Republican slate central committee. Wittenmeyer, who has just been installed as lown C.OP national committeeman, is expected to re- pign as Scott county Republican chairman, and from the state central committee, shortly. Candidates mentioned for first district chairman job include: Ben Galer of Ml. Pleasant, William Morrison of Iowa City, and William Tnlbot of Keokuk. All three are attorneys and county Republican chairmen. LICENSES SUSPENDED— A total of 475 lowans had their drivers licenses suspended, revoked or denied during the first three months of-this year, the state department of public safely reports. The driver's licenses denials are (lie result of a department steppod- up program' for driver impo'vement. During the comparable period a year ago the.licenses of 320 motorists were either suspended, revoked or denied. BOOST VALUES— City and county assessors have been advised to boost vak.es on high-priced property and lower (hem on low-priced property. The suggestion came from Louis Cook, director of the state tax commission after completing a statewide tour. Iowa requires property taxes be levied on the base of 60 percent of actual Value. l)y common prac- tive actual assessments r.re "not more than 3f> percent," Cook said. Cook said he advised assessors to "get better property up because there is a tendency to let more expensive property off easy." PATROL SCHOOL— Candidates for the Iowa highway patrol now are in their second Insurance Real Estate IOWA TITLE & LOAN CO. FRANK PARRY Bond* Loans North Side of Square — Phone 17 SPECIAL DISCOUNT To All Juniors and Seniors ON SUITS WILLIAMS CLOTHING CO. West Side Square Albia, Iowa ALB!A tWt6H.MMrlI.lcAM —-*•• Thursday, May .1, in.ifi • week of training at a new candidate school underway ai Camp i Dodge near Des Moines. Thirty; | two recruits are taking the training for vacancies on the patrol. Not all will be assigned to duty but those qualified who are not selected for about 17 vacancies! now will be placed on a patrol re-j serve list. I TOP AWARDS— j Three Iowa newspapermen have • received the Iowa Press Associa-j lion's annual Master Editor-Pub-! lisher awards, for outstanding service in their profession and in their community. The new Master Editor-Publishers are Harold V. Kills of Mnrengo, co-publisher of the Marengo Pioneer Republican; Paul G.'Norris, Jr., j publisher of tbe Marshnlltown Times-Kepubliean, and Harry E. Taylor, editor of the Tra»r Star-i Clipper. j The awards were first estah- i lished by the 1PA in 1937. ! ! REAPPORTIONMENT— | A state senator told a Des! Moines Chamber of Commerce j meeting that legislative reappor-j Uoirment in Iowa will be accomp- j I lished more quic!<ly through a con-! stitutlonnl amendment than any other method. State Sen. Duane Dewcl, Algona Republican, and senate majority leader last session, said that trying to pass bills to change county representation in the legislature will fail because redistricting plans alienate too many members. He expressed the opinion the re- apportionmnl could be obtained through aa constitutional amendment. He declared the present method of reapportionment is not "realistic" and has been "out. of whack for 50 years." LOCAL TAX LEVY— Taxes levied by Iowa local governmental bodies for payment this! year totaled $i!61,227,.162. ! The levies were up $16,501,465, or! 6.7-4 percent over' 1955. They were made by 99 counties, all municipalities, and all public school districts in Iowa. The report was made by the state comptroller's office. EXPECT MANY STUDENTS— : Iowa State Teachers college is! expecting a possible 45 percent in- ; crease in new enrollments next fall, the state board of regents has been advised. The anticipated figure is an estimate from the number of applications being received i LEAN RIB BOIL . 2lbs.15c TENDER, JUICY Swiss Steak . lb.49c . . 2lbs.49c LEAN SLICED FRESH GROUND Hamburger. 5 lbs.$1 FRESH SLICED large Bologna. lb,25c YOUNG, TENDER Beef Roasts . !b.35c FRESH PORK SAUSAGE . 5lbs.$f TENDER Veal Roasts . lb.35c SKINLESS WEINERS . 3lbs.$l HEKS - FRYERS . TURKEYS Coirs MARKET ou «,* (We Res « rv « »h* Right to Limit) Phont 246 FREE DELIVERY SQ. $id. DUEA CHEVROLET Reduces Prices To Sell These! '52 Ply mouth ___$435 4-Door Cambridge. R. & H., Lots of car at this price. '52 Studeboker $565 Commander V-8, 2-cloor hardtop. Automatic transmission. R. & H., excellent tires. '51 Mercury ___$445 Model 74, 4-Door Sport Sedan. '51 Chevrolet .--$545 Model 1502, 2-cloor sedan. R. and H., clean, good rubber. Motor overhauled recently. '51 Ford $475 Custom deluxe 6-cylinder 2- door sedan. R. & H. We ground valves. It's a nice car. '51 Plymouth $545 Cranbrook 2-cloor sedan. R. & H. Nice, clean unit. .Tt-fhr 1 roH>" r gP"flK' Po-mpnrrd with, previous years. Last fall the college had an enrollment of 3,020 students, an in-1 crease of 13 percent from the pre-j vious fall enrollment. | I MORE POLIO SHOTS— ! More lowans will be able to re-j ceive Salk vaccine polio shots ns a I result of an expanded program toj be launched May 15. \ Because the supply of vaccine; made available to Iowa has recent-! ly been doubled the age group' eligible to receive shots will be expanded to the years from birth j through age 19. State Health Commissioner Edmund Zimmerer says that under the new plan "more people will be immunized before the polio season peak is reached." PAY RAISES OK'D—• Salary boosts of ,$3,000 or more have been approved for assistant superintendents in Iowa's four mental health institutions. The salary range has been from 57,500 to .?!),- fiOO a year plus hoard and room. The Iowa board of control, which had recommended the increases, said the assistant superintendent jobs had been vacant because the salary wasn't sufficiently attractive. MORE NEW HOUSES— There was a 20 percent increase in home building in Iowa last year, the state labor bureau reports. Bureau estimates show 8,017 new dwelling units built in .1954 and 9,627 in 1955. In terms of estimated cost .of new house construction, the 1955 increase was even greater. The S107,- 924.0(10 cost of new houses was an increase' of nearly 35 percent over the previous year. HIGHWAY REPORT— An April report of the Iowa highway commission shows that 7H percent of Ihe funds spent in the last .IB months period was for surfacing and approximately 29 percent for grading and bridging. According to the report 1,019 miles of highways have? been widened at a cost of 319,402,573, or 29 percent of the total expenditure. In the period since Jan. 1, 1955, the commission has let $66,128,058 \ in primary road contracts and ?1S,- 970,469 in furm-to-market contracts. The report also indicated a cash balance in Ihe primary road fund of $21,410,492 and outstanding obligations against the primary road fund of 546,862. NIXON IS CHOICE— Iowa delegates to the GOP national convention prefer Vice-President Nixon for renomination by a wide margin. In a survey of the 26 delegates and 26 alternates, Nixon was the choice by a 21 to 3 vote of the delegates and 46 to 4 of the alternates. The informal poll of the delegation was made by the Cedar Rapids Gazette. Man with the most votes as second choice of the delegates was Iowa's U. S. Sen. Bourko B. Hickenlooper. He received second choice voles of seven of the delegates and three alternates and a third choice vote of two of the delegates. CONVENTION TICKETS— The Republican national committee has announced its ticket distribution plan for this summer's national convention in San Francisco, August 20. Under the plan the state of Iowa will get only 85 tickets" to distribute in addition to its delegate quota. State Chairman Don Pierson of Huniboldt reports that the supply of tickets is so limited that Iowa's alternate delegates may not have an extra ticket for their wives or husbands unless the extras are supplied from the state's quota. Each delegate will get an additional ticket under the national plan. FAVORS ROAD BILL— The Iowa Good Roads Association has been urging support for the federal interstate roads bill before the house of representatives. The IGR said that bill would mean $49,069,000 during the next two years for Iowa's road-building program. Of the amount $32,427,000 would be allocated for the interstate network, and Iowa would have to match the amount with 10 percent, or $3,242,000. In addition, the IGR says, the state would get on the 50-50 matching basis, $8,294,000 for primary roads, $6,078,000 for secondary, and $4,270,000 for urban highway construction. EIGHTY-THIRD MEET— Work shops on agricultural law and medical-legal problems will highlight Ihe 83rd annual convention of the Iowa State Bar associa- ation which will be held in Des Moines May 23-24-25. Some 75 attorneys from every county in the state are expected to attend the parley. LIQUOR STAMPS— A total of 1,163 federal retail liquor tax stamps have been issued in Iowa in the current fiscal year. Thirty-two were sold in the last week's reporting period. The attorney general's office said the number of stamps is "about 500" below the number issued in fiscal 1955. this fiscal year ends June 30. Tho federal tax stamps are $50 each and \vhile Ittpy do ftot. protect holders against enforcement officers In Iowa where Hquor-by-the- drink sales are prohibited, they do protect holders against liquor raids by federal revenue officers. Salmon Study SEATTLE (UP)--The University of Washington's fisheries research institute is going to study the el' feet of Alaska's pulp industry on salmon fishing In the territory. The U. S. Fish and Wildlife service signed a $35,000 contract with the school for the study. Sixty different varieties of trout are found on the North American continent. Made with 100% Real Cream SUNDAY MAY 13th IS MOTHER'S DAY I TO your own Mother. . Daughter. . Son's Wife . . Sister.. Aunt..Grandmother.. Sweetheart's Mother.. Wife ... Mother-in-law... Mothers of close friends. See the big selection for ALL MOTHERS at— Duncan Book Store West Side of Square Need More L Corn? '50 Pontiac $445 Streamliner -1-cloor sedan. '50 Chevrolet ___$465 Two to choose from, Styline I or Fleutline 2-doors. Both have j R. & H. Good, clean units. '• '50 Oldsmobile $445 Model 76, 2-cloor sedan, R. & H. automatic transmission. 6-cylinder. We ground valves. It's a nice car, priced to sell. '49 Chev. 4-Dr, _$195 '48FordV-8 __-$165 Coupe. R. & H. 48FordV82-Dr. $145 '47 Chev, 2,Dr. .$150 '46 Chev, 4<-Dr. __$95 PICKUPS 53 Studeboker -$745 '.--Ton, 23,000 actual miles. Used as personal car. Clean as new. R. &H. '49 International $195 'u-Toij. Lots of service for farm. DUEA Chevrolet Co. (Pronounced Dewey) Garage 115 S. Iv; a in St. Phone 72 on' hand hor accurate planting/ strong germination 'and big yields, see us for Pioneer seed corn 1 "+ t ,«....*- ""V -• - -.*%, - •'" v ,.*•-*«• x& Still a good choice of hybrids and kernel , i . *• . ,Sr ..'••*"*«* , • ••• ^d sizes in early, medium or late maturities.') JOHNH.GOODE PHONE 34?J FARM BLOCK SUMMER DRESSES 6 98 I / •' Magic Crepe SLIPS A No-Iron Cotton Fabric 279 Prettily trimmed with permanent pleats and nylon lace at neck and hem. 4 gores, shadow panel, 3246. So cool for warm weather wear! 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