Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on August 4, 1948 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, August 4, 1948
Page 6
Start Free Trial

PAGE SR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, APQttgT t ,J We Buy-We Sell Celled Corn - Ear Corn Soybeans - Oats We Deliver Truck Lots of Grain Noel Brockway WEST UNION, IOWA 318 South Vine Phone 262 DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat., August 7th PETE DOUGHERTY'S FINE BAND COMING—SAT., AUGUST 14: ARNIE STUHR GREEN COLONIAL ALL-PURPOSE FURNACE Colonial's Deluxe forced air heating unit . . . may be hand or stoker fired. Easily converted from coal to gas or oiL Luxurious warmth... economical—"Lifetime" service. LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREER COLOniRL fURnflCE SERVICE LENSLNG'S ••BETTER" USED CARS We have on hand one of the largest selections of clean Used Cars in Northeast Iowa. We have a complete new stock this week. l ~*"y DON'T PUT IT OFF! V „ STOP IN TODAY! *47 Chev. "Fleetline Aero" like new Beautiful black finish, loaded with extras. *« Chev. "Stylemaster" Club Coupe; Radio and heater. Can not be told from new. '47 Chev. '-Stylemaster" Tudor—Radio and heater. Beautiful maroon finish. Don't miss it! *47 Ford V-8 "Super Deluxe" Tudor —Radio and heater. Guaranteed to be like new in every way. Dark blue finish, 11,000 miles. "46 Chev. "Fleetmasier" Tudor—One of the cleanest '46's in the state. *41 Chev. "Special Deluxe" Tudor- Radio, heater, visor, spotlite, other extras. Has a near-new motor. A real buy! '41 Olds Sedanette—Runs perfect. Original dark gray finish. '41 Ford V-8 Club Coupe. "38 Dodge Sedan—Radio and heater. Very low mileage. Very clean. Tl Chev. Tudor—Nice condition. "37 Plymouth Tudor. IS Ford Tudor. "36 Chevrolet Tudor. LOTS OF OLDER CARS . . . . . . PRICED RIGHT! WE BUY! SELL! TRADE! JEROME H. FESTINA, LENSING IOWA SOLDIERS BONUS S. F. 492 AN ACT authorizing the state of Iowa to become indebted in the amount of eighty-five million dollars ($85,000,000) and providing for the issue and sale of bonds of said state in evidence thereof, to procure funds for and pay service compensation to persons who served in the armed forces of the United States at any time between the sixteenth day of September, 1940, and the second day of September, 1945. both inclusive or their successors in interest, providing for a board to administer such payments, providing for additional compensation to persons under disability, providing for the imposition, levy and collection of a direct annual tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest on said bonds, and providing penalties for the violation of the provisions of this acti providing for the application of any surplus to the retirement of the indebtedness herein created: and providing for submission of this act to the people to be voted upon at the general election to be held in the year 1948. Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa: Section 1. The state of Iowa is hereby authorized to become indebted in the amount of eighty-five million dollars ($85,000,000) and in evidence thereof there shall be issued and sold negotiable coupon bonds of said state as hereinafter provided, and the proceeds thereof shall be paid into the treasury of the state to be expended for the payment of service compensation to the persons defined in section four (4) of this act. or for the benefit of such persons as prescribed by section four (4) and ten (10) of this act and for expenses incurred in carrying out the provisions of this act" Section 2. The treasurer of the state is hereby directed to cause to be prepared negotiable coupon bonds of this state in the amount of eighty-five million dollars (85.000,000) such bonds to bear interest at the rate of not to exceed two and one-half percent (2%%) per annum which interest shall be paid semiannually. Such bonds shall be issued so that said indebtedness shall be payable in twenty (20) equal an nual installments, the last of which shall be within twenty (20) years from the date of issue, bonds to be callable in numerical order on six (6) months notice at one hundred one and one-half percent (IOIH'VO) of par value. Said bonds shall be signed by the governor under the great seal of said state, attested by the secretary of state and countersigned by the treasurer of state, and the full faith, credit and resources df the state of Iowa shall be pledged for the payment thereof. The interest coupons attached to said bonds shall bear the litho graphed facsimile signature of said officials. The treasurer of state shall sell said bonds to obtain funds to carry out the provisions of this act, and to make the payments hereinafter provided. Such bonds shall be sold at not less than the par value thereof and accrued inter est thereon to the highest and most responsible bidder after advertising for a period of twenty consecutive days, Sundays excepted, in at least two daily newspapers printed in the state of Iowa. Advertisements of sale shall recite that the treasurer of state, in his discretion, may reject any or all bids received and, in such event, he shall readvertise for bids in the form and manner above described as many times as in his judgment, may be necessary to effect a satisfactory sale. If any of said bonds are not presented for payment within ten (10) years after maturity they shall be barred. Section 3. The proceeds of such bonds so paid into the treasury of state shall constitute a service compensation fund and shall be distributed to the persons entitled thereto as hereinafter prescribed. Said eighty-five million dollars ($85,000, 000) is hereby appropriated out of said service compensation fund for the purpose of carrying out the pro visions of this act. Section 4. Every person, male or female, who served on active duty in the armed forces of the United States, at any time between Sep tember 16. 1940, and September ~ 1945. both dates inclusive, and who at the time of entering into such service was a legal resident of the state of Iowa, and who had main tained such residence for a period of at least six (6) months immedi ately prior thereto, and was honor' ably separated or discharged from such service, or is still in active service in an honorable status, or has been retired, or has been furloughed to a reserve, or has been placed on inactive status, shall be entitled to receive from the service compensation fund ten dollars ($10.00) for each month that such person was in active domestic service and twelve and one-half dollars (S12.50) for each month that such person was in active foreign service, all prior to December 31, 1946, not to exceed a total sum of five hundred dollars ($500.00), provided that such person served for a period of not less than one hundred twenty (120) days prior to December 31, 1946. Compensation for a fraction of a month shall not be considered unless it be sixteen days or more in which event it shall be computed as a full month. No person shall be entitled to such compensation who received a bonus or compensation of like nature as provided in this act, from another state. No person shall be entitled to such compensation who being in the service of the Highest CASH For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostvilleRendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call Snnderan City Service—Telephone No. 241 McGBEGOB—Call' Drwitn Staadard Service—Telephone Na. M-J O88IAN—Call D-X Service Station TeUmhumt Km. M ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone Na. till MONONA—Call Mr. Serfcr—Teteakeae Na. MS Bossvnijr—riii armed forces of the United States, subsequent to September 16, 1940, refused on conscientious, political, religious, or other grounds ( to subject himself or herself to military discipline. Service in the merchant marine shall not be considered for the purpose of this act The surviving unremarried widow or widower, child or children, stepchild or stepchildren, mother, father, or person standing in loco parentis, in the order named and none other, of any deceased person, shall be paid the compensation that such deceased person would be entitled to under this act. if living: but if any person has heretofore died or shall hereafter die. from service conected causes incurred between September 16, 1940. and December 31, 1946, the first of survivors as hereinbefore designated and in the order named, shall be paid five hundred dollars ($500.00) regardless of the length of such service. Section 5. Active duty in the armed forces of the United States shall include all time for which credit is received in the computation of terminal leave, including such leave time as provided for by federal statutes, including Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946, and attendance at an armed forces school including such schools conducted at a college, university, or similar institution of learning, but shall exclude time pursuing a course of instruction in college, university, or other insti tution of learning as a duly enrolled student. Section 6. There is hereby creat ed a board to be known as the 'World War II Service • Compensa tion Board" to consist of the state auditor, state treasurer, the adju tant general and two veterans of World War II, which two veterans shall be appointed by the governor and serve at his pleasure. The World War II members of the board shall receive compensation of ten dollars ($10.00) a day and actual expenses for each day of actual service in the administration of the provisions of this act' The board shall main tain its office at the seat of govern ment in Des Moines, Iowa. Section 7. Duties. It shall be the duty of the said board to adminis ter the provisions of this act, to examine all applications and ap prove or disapprove the same and make any investigation necessary to establish facts. In the event an application is disapproved by the board, the claimant shall have the right to appeal to the district court of the state of Iowa in and for the county of his legal residence within a period of thirty days from date of mailing by registered mail of notice of such disapproval. The appeal shall be perfected by filing in the office of the board, a written notice of appeal setting forth the order of finding appealed from and the grounds of the appeal. Within thirty (30) days after the filing of such notice of appeal the board shall make, certify and file in the office of the clerk of the district court to which the appeal is taken a full and complete transcript of all documents in the proceeding, including any depositions, a transcript or certification of the evidence, if reported, including the notice of ap peal. The clerk shall forthwith docket such appeal. The appeal shall be heard in such district court as in equity de novo. Appeal may be taken to the Supreme court from any final order or judgment or de cree of the district court When any application has been approved by the board, payment shall be made to the applicant in accordance with the provisions of this act. It shall be the duty of the board to prepare vouchers and transmit the same to the state comptroller in payment of the bonus claims provided for herein and other necessary administrative expenses; said state comptroller shall issue a warrant for the amount stated therein and the state treasurer shall pay such warrants out of said bonus fund. The board is hereby empowered to employ such assistants and incur such other ex penses as may be necessary for such administration and carrying out of the provisions of this act, and the funds necessary for such administration and carrying out the pro visions of this act shall be expended from said compensation fund: such assistants as said board may determine shall give bond in such amount as may be fixed by said board, and shall, whenever practicable, be persons whithin the classes as defined in section four (4) of this act. The board is hereby empowered to make, adopt and promulgate such rules and regulations for the carrying out of the provisions of this act as it deems necessary and expedient and which are not inconsistent with any provisions of this act. Section 8. Before receiving any compensation under the provisions of this act, the claimant, or his successor in interest, shall file with the service compensation board, application on forms provided by said board; such application must be so filed on or before December 31, 1950. Such application shall state facts sufficient to establish the status of such applicant within a class as defined in section four (4) of this act, and shall be duly verified. Section 9. Whoever knowingly makes a false statement, oral or written, relating to a material fact in supporting a claim under the provisions of this act, shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or be imprisoned for not more than one year, or both, and shall forfeit all benefits he or she might have been entitled to under this act. Section 10. After payment of all of the above claims and expenses of administration of the board herein created, all funds up to and including three million dollars ($3,000,000) remaining in the hands of World War II service compensation board shall constitute an additional compensation fund to be administered by the said board for the amelioration of the condition of residents of this state within the classes defined in section four (4) of this act who suffer from disability. The cost of the administration of such additional compensation fund shall be paid from such fund. After the payment of all said claims and expenses of administration of the board herein created all funds remaining in the hands of World War II service compensation board in excess of three million dollars ($3,000,000) shall revert to and become a part of the permanent school fund of the state. Section 11. All payments and allowances made under this act shall be exempt from taxation and from levy and sale on execution and all bonds issued hereunder shall be exempt from taxation. Section 12. To provide for the payment of the principal of said bonds so issued and sold and the interest thereon as the same become due and mature, there is hereby imposed and levied upon all of the taxable property within the state of Iowa in addition to all other taxes, a direct annual tax for each of the years said bonds are outstanding sufficient in amount for the payment of principal of said bonds as it shall become due, and sufficient in amount to produce additional sums as may be needed to pay the interest on said bonds each year for twenty (20) years. The treasurer of the state shall annually certify to the state tax commission prior to the time for levy of general state taxes the amount of money required to be raised to pay the principal and interest on such bonds maturing in the ensuing year, and said state tax commission shall annually fix the rate percentum necessary to be levied and assessed upon the valuation of the taxable property within this state to produce funds sufficient to pay the principal of and interest upon such bounds as the same become payable, and such additional annual direct tax shall be levied, certified, as sessed and collected at the same time and in the same manner as are taxes for general state purposes, Section 13. If any clause, sentence, paragraph, or part of this ( act shall for any reason be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder of the act, but shall be confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, or part thereof directly involved in the controversy in which judgment has been rendered. Section 14. Thfs law, after legal publication shall be submitted to the people of this state at the general election to be held in November, nineteen hundred forty-eight, and shall not take effect unless at such election it shall receive a majority of all votes cast for and against it Separate ballots shall be provided for the electors which shall be in substantially the following form: (Notice to voters: For an affirmative vote upon any question submitted upon this ballot, mark a cross mark in the square after the word 'Yes." For a negative vote, mark a similar mark in the .square following the word "No." "Shall the following public measure, being an act of the 52nd General Assembly, be adopted and approved?" r LUANA St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor 9—8:00, YES NO Section 15. This act shall take effect immediately upon its adoption and approval at such election. Approved May 19, 1947. I, Rollo H. Bergeson, secretary of state for the State of Iowa, and cus todian of the Laws and Acts of the General Asesmbly do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a certain enactment of the General Assembly known as Chapter 59, Acts of the Fifty-second General Assembly and was approved by the Governor May 19, 1947. I further certify that this pubH cation is in compliance with Section 5, Article 7 of the Constitution of Iowa relating to the submission to the electorate of the question of hv curring debts by the state. Given under my hand and the seal of my office affixed this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1948. (SEAL) Rollo H. Bergeson, Secretary of State. Published in the Postville Herald August 4, September 1, October 6, and October 27, 1948. EXPIRED When Don Hernon and Mary Hen thorn dropped into arrange for their wedding at Waverly, they found that both the marriage license and the health certificates had expired as a result of a slight postponement of the ceremony. They quickly flew to Iowa City to take the physical examinations and got back to Waverly at 5:30, just in time for the ceremony at 6.00. Sunday, August 8—9:30 Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30—Church Service. Friday evening, August 6—8:00, Council Meeting. Monday evening, August Luther League. Other Ltiniia News Mr. and Mrs. John Heilman of McGregor were Sunday afternoon callers at the Lynn Hangartner home. Mrs. Ida Olvis of Farmersburg was a Sunday guest of her cousin, Mrs. Linda Radach and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Pollitt and daughter and Fred Kamps of Cres- so were Sunday visitors in the George Sander home. Reid Schultz who is employed by the Jefferson Bus Line out of Mason City spent a couple of days the past week with his wife. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hinz of Du buque were weekend guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and Paula. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolter returned Saturday from Clear Lake where Mr. Woltor spent the past week taking treatments at the Chappel Clinic. Mrs. G. M. Lambert, Mrs. Irving Engelhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lambert and son were Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walter at Riceville. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doerring and family of Kenosha. Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Robert were dinner guests in the Lynn Hangartner home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz left Friday afternoon for Idaho Falls, Idaho where they will spend couple weeks with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Schultz. Irving Engelhardt and Beverly of Moline, Illinois came Saturday to get Mrs. Engelhardt and Donna, who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lambert the past week. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter went to Waterloo Thursday for a weeks visit in the home of her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moran and also to attend the wedding of their daughter, Lois Moran Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Doerring and family of Kenosha, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas and Mrs. Minnie Collins were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moritz left Sunday for a few weeks sight seeing in the southwestern states and to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moritz in Arizona. The Moritz children are being cared for by Grandpa and Grandma Brown at Garber. . Mrs. Harmey Russell and daughter, Darlene of New Boston, II linois and mother. Mrs. Mary Brown of Rossville spei}t a couple days in the Roy Brown and FRANKVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rosa of Os- sinn were callers at the Roy Knecs- kern home Thursday afternoon. Miss Grace Russett of near Castalia is spending several weeks at the Daniel Russett home in Calmnr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook and son, Orval, of Decorah are spending a few days at the Perlie Cook home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Linderbaum and Marilyn of Ossian spent last weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Peck. Mrs. J. E. Kneeskern of Wuukon and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneoskern were Sunday dinner guests at the Daniel Russett home in Calmar. Mrs. Frank Elvart attended a noon luncheon at the Winneshiek Hotel on Friday sponsored by the Central Republican County Committee. Sandra Clement, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clement will accompany Mrs. Charlotte Walby on a visit at the hbme of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Waters in Hampton this week. They will return Sunday. William Niles, Frankville student pastor, preached in Manchester, at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning, exchanging pulpits with the Rev. Walter Schiel, who conducted services here and at Rossville. Rev. Walter Schiel of Manchester, Mr. and'Mrs. Elmer Christofferson, Mr. and Mrs. Ahvin Walby, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elvart and -Mrs. Marie Jennings were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Drier. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning of near Cresco, Ward Bender of Spring Valley, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum, Nan cy and Dale and Leslie Dunning of Luana were Sunday dinner guests at the LaVeme Cook home. Pamela Jean, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Topel was bap tized during communion services here Sunday by the Rev. Walter Schiel, of Manchester, moderator of the Presbyterian churches, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange of Postville attended the services, and were dinner guests at the Topel home Group number one of the Willing Workers Society wilj be enter tained at the home of Mrs. Fred Brouillet on Thursday afternoon. Group number two will meet at the church where a picnic lunch will be served and the ladies will work on quilts preparatory to the bazaar which will be held about September 1st. BROKE LEGS Four year old Wayne Peterson received two broken legs recently while visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. Russell Anderson northeast of Villisca. The sickle bar of a mowing machine fell on the boy as he played alone about the machine. of Darwin Brown homes. Mrs. Russell accompanied her mother, Mrs. Mary Brown to Rossville for a few days' visit. SEEING EYE Folks at Madrid are still talking about the time five blind persons, who were attending the Salvation Army camp north of there, decided to attend church in Madrid. They were late in arriving at the service but a "seeing eye" dog led the group down the aisle, stopped at the first empty pew, waited for all of the group to file into seats and then Hoped down in the aisle awaiting the end of the service. FOR SUE! The well-improved one hundred seventy-three (more or less) acre Wilhelmina Gass Estate Farm adjoining the Town of Postville, Iowa, on the south. — Contact — JOSEPH B. STEELE, Referee — or — Burling & Palas, Law Office • JOSEPH B. STEELE, Referee Postville, Iowa Little ads Want Ads. with big results—our The remarkable new Dun. lower Mainspringi>now , vi j|,- able for replacement in Elm i models from 1939. 5 ! W. J. HANKS] Your Jeweler I«IIIIIIIIIIIIII11IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I1IIIIII1III!!IIII9IBS STEEL SAFES — AND SECURITY CHESTS WRITE US ABOUT YOUR NEEDS. GRANT WOLDUN DECOHAH, IOWA ]IIWIIlllllllMllllimilllll !l!lllll!lllllllll!lllll DANCI Saturday, Aug.' VIC MILLER — and his — ORCHESTRA Tuesday, Aug. \{ LYNN KERNS And the — RHYTHM CLUBl ORCHESTRA New Legion Qui North of Decorah on Hi[hn^ SMauiuuiuiuuiutuitutiuimimiiBnuumn Bakkum Chiropractic Clinic 1 21 EAST MAIN STREET WAUKON, iom OFFICE HOURS: 10:00 to 12:00 A. M. , 7:00 to 9:00 Wednesday Evenlnn I 1:00 to 5:00 P. M. 7:00 to 10:00 Saturday Eventop T CLOSED EVERY THURSDAY ROY G. BAKKUM, D.C. NOTICE To All Farmers!| DO NOT BE UNDERPAID FOR DEAD HORSES AND COWS ^ WE ARE A ^ J STILL PAYING 9*1^ 00 UP TO lm\J* J (HIDES MUST BE GOOD) FREE GIFTS FOR SMALL ANIMALS] If You Want Prompt Attention More Cash and Guaranteed Service — CALL — ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SERVICE Postville—Phone 555 " — or — COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukon, Iowa—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. M

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free