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   Chief Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1937, Perry, Iowa                               1 THE CHIEF-ADVERTISER Published Each Week i 3SI V.I.IN..2 MAY 6. PAGES Dallas County Police School of Instruction at Adel May 14 Late Bulletins PERMITS DENIED 12 NEW YORK SHOWS New York er'Faal denied 12 New York strip tease after thimnus of protests were filed with him. Chareh and city leaden denounced 'them as a. menace to morals. BOLLYWOOD THREATENED WITH STRIKE TIE-UP -.Four eraft unions in the moving picture threaten Jo cause considerable trouble if their members catty out 'their nraaent plans to tie up the va- rious stafios and picture head- quarters. UNEMPLOYMENT IS STOl AN IMPORTANT PROBLEM 'New York National Industrial Board and the Am- erican Federation of hare furnished figures that that the present unem- ployed number about nine trifl- COCRT ORDERS DAWES BANK OFFICIALS TO PAY Judge 1. BL Wilkerson agned a decree ordering stockhold- ers cf the Central Republic Bank and Trust Co. to pay ten million to the R. F. C. This pay- mint covers a portion of the million dollars loaned to the Dawes interests by the R. F. C. THOUSANDS STRANDED BY HOTEL STRISfe. San ing employees in fifteen or the ImgMLlMteb of San completely lUel'vp these hoteb fmn'Httinr farther brahMss. The strikers are. aiHng mainly for union recognition. MAGNATE SUBPENAED IN THE RASKOB TAX CASE D. .officials have put the in- formation that they have sub- penaed Alfred Alfred P. Sloan and IL. da Pont in the treasury's tax case against John JT.-lUskoB and Pierre dn Pont. The government is seeking gone alleged federal in- come tax deficiencies. TO LET NEW CONTRACTS Des lowa li- quor commission announced to- day It win let new contracts f or haaling to state liquor stores on May 25. The commission said hauling costs were approximate- ly last year. FARMER TO TEST TAX SALE LAW has been by JT. E. AthehUtu. against the Tay- tarCounty auditor and treasur- er and the State of to lest the validity of mle law. STRIKES FEATURE ENGLAND CORONATION London. England Strikes Among of London bus Hues may compeU other modes of during the coronation days. Londoners are SHERIFF C- A. KNEE IN CHARGE OF ALL DAY PROGRAM Officers. Vigilantes and Justices Win Hear Pramhunt State Officiate C. A. Knee. Sheriff of Dallas in co-operation Dallas County Bankers Association' and the Iowa Sheriff Association has arranged and all day School of Instruction to be held at the Court Boom. Adel. May 14. 1937. The school is for all Mayors. Justice of the'Peace. Police'Offi- cers. Constables and Vlgilantees. The school will open ft a- m. with registration at the Sher- iff's Office and will continue throughout the In arranging the program an attempt has been made to include such' subjects as will assist all of fleers'and-courts in their various duties and problems. Charles Joy. Coimty. will explain the methods and proceed- in Mayors Justice and explain both civil and criminal work. L. H. DeFord. Coroner will explain what should be done in all cases in which Ms office will be railed. BATTERY SPEAKER John Chief of the Iowa State Highway Patrol wU'be pre- sent and explain ttitnewrmcitor ve- hicle laws and the his enlarg- ed department will soon be doing. Another Interesting speaker on the program will be Worthlngton. Chief of. the Milwaukee Rail Road he will explain the work of his orgsnlzat'on. especially their work with local officers. H. W. IfcUtar of the Iowa and former Chief.- of Identification. State Department-of Justice will lit moulage finger printing and other 'sciences of polica wortt. Of particular interest to all officers vigilantes slon_of. Law of ot Peace. Peace Officers and' Vtgiuintees he guests of the Sheriff and Coun- ty Bankers at a noon luncheon. now resorting to and sub-ways. PRESIDENT SIGNS NEUTRALITY BILL Tcx._ After the neutrality bill pasMed by officials sent it by plane and. special chartered speed boats dent who is on a Iteh- hiK trip in the Gulf of for his signature. This action was necessary to prevent 'the present temporary neutrality law not to lapse. MORRELL PACKING CO. SUFFERS FIRE'LOSS last Saturday caused a lose of an es- timated SihOM 'in the smoked meat building of the Morreil Packing Co. pounds of meat were destroyed. One fire- man and two were sent to the by injur- ies. J. C. LEWIS APPOINTMENT ANGERS SENATORS D. pres- ident's appointment of J. C. Le- wis president of the Iowa Fed- eration of without the approval or consent'of either of the Iowa Irritated The Struggle Against Alien and Subversive Influences OUR SECOND ISSUE v Alter receiving numerous and pleasing congratulatory re- marks concerning the first issue of THE CHIEF-ADVERTISER We are sending you. the second issue for your further consid- eration. This new newspaper will cover a field considerably diff- erent from the usual country in as much that it will incorporate state and national news and features from na- tionally known press services. Neighborhood correspondents will also bring you riews'of ryour community and its social acti- vities. It is hoped that each and every reader will read the Chief- AdverUser thoroughly and note its many outstanding features and we feel certain that coupled with the that .this paper will also carry attractive advertising and bargains offered by the Ferry it will be accorded a welcome 'In your home and become a. real member of your family circle. The low inductory subscription offer should be an added incentive for send In your subscription at once. STRUCK BY AUTO ON HIGH- ATTENDED RITES FOR SISTER SATURDAY Slightly more'than 24 hours af- ter he attended the funeral services in Perry for his Mrs. Henry whose the first in W family of ll.-Homer Langfitt was killed when struck by an automobile he was walking en Highway No. 65 north of Indishola. News of accident which occurred Sunday evening was re- ceived in Perry If his morning by Henry brother-in-law. Mr. Langfitt-had been visiting at the borne of his Walter J. Langfltt. one and one-half miles north of Indianola. early Sunday evening. As. he left he told mem- bers of 'his brothers family he ex- pected to wait to the Richard Francis a be- fore going to his home. He had walked but a short dis- tance along the paved highway .when he was struck by a passing car. His death was instantaneous arid is presumed to have been caus- ed by skull fracture. Mr. Langfitt'was in Perry Satur- day attending rites for his sister. He is survived by nine brothers and-sisters. Have Narrow Escape THE STRAHAN'S. IN TRAIN Mr. and Mrs. Joe from Jefferson who left a week ago 101 met misfortune on their Canadian which ran into a washout 20 miles east of Lon- and about 100 miles east of where.they crossed into Ontario. While a part of their train was almost completely buried in the the engine crew kill- ed and several others Mr. and Mrs. trahan escaped with but lost all their baggage including a seal new dresses suits. rain and a lot of presents they were taking to England for relatives. The railroad company paid for losses suffered to their baggage. Kraschel Designates May. 14 Dairy Day By Proclamation Des May 6. Nelson G. Kraschel has issued a proclamation designating May 14 as Iowa Dairy Day. The Iowa State Dairy on cooperation with the state de- partment of and Iowa State is planning a cam- paign to increase consumption of dairy products in Iowa. Secretary Thomas L. Curran of the depart- ment announocri. them to the extent that they will Mock the if possible. This is a J10.000 po- litical plum which they expect- ed to handle- LEADERS OF NATIONAL AND STATE AGRICULTURAL PROGRAM SPLIT Washington. D. lead- ers led by Sen. are strongly protesting the new farm program of the adminis- tration and the chairman of the senate agricultural committee will draft teiMation indepen- dent of the secretary of agri- FUNERAL SERVICES AT PEO- PLES' BAPTIST CHURCH Funeral services for J. A. Kendall. Peoples township pioneer who died at his home 10 miles northeast of Perry was held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Peoples Baptist church it was announced today. Mr. Kendall had been in good health until stricken recently with influenza. His condition failed to show improvement and during the last days developed into pneu- monia. Death came at a. m.. Tuesday. Two daughters and one son resid- ing at home survive his death. They are Miss Evelyn and Mildred Ken- dall and Elster Kendall. Seven brothers and sisters Fred L. Kendall. Miss Dora Ken- Mrs. Margaret Treloar and Mrs. Treloar of A. J. Kendall. Roundup. George Bryant. Saskatche- wan. Mrs. Mary ill. Guthne Fanners To Have Official Com Test Plots BOTH OPEN POLLINATED AND HYBRID VARIETIES TO BE OBSERVED In an effort 10 find an answer 10 questions about comparat- ive value of hybrid and open-pol- linated com twenty hybrid com varieties from five different hybrid corn breeders and four open-pollinated strains of com will be esied in four corn yield test plots during the 1937 season by .vocational and 4-H club groups county agent Paul Wilson of Guthrie county announced this Free Farmers' Day in Perry June 9 to'Be Big Event The purpose of the test plots is not only to test the yield and date of maturity of the various hybrid strains under Guthrie county con- ditions. but also to check disease and smutt resistance of the var- ious stiffness of and other desirable characteristics. nrinnro k REACHES EQUIPMENT EXPECTED TO AR- RIVE IN THIS CITY WEEK Report by the committee directing solicitations for the funds with which a Farm Fire Truck has reported a sum of is needed. The fund to date is new truck is expected to ar- rive in Perry sometime next week although it has not been announc- ed' on what day it will stat- ed John chairman of the Fire Truck Committee. The project of securing funds for the Farm Fire Truck has been in charge of a committee of interest- ed fanners of this vicinity which has been working on the project since September 1936. Donations will be appreciated and they may be git-en to John Mc- Carthy head of the Farm Fire Truck committee. APPENZCLLER REPRESENTS GROUP IN DISTRICT FOR EVENT JUNE I Plans were completed Tuesday night at Des Moines for a district show to be held by Holstein breed- ers of state district No. to be held June 1. according to announcement by Glenn Appenzeller. district repre- sentative af Dallas Center. The event be held at the State Fairgrounds in Des Moines and will be composed of entries from 15 counties in the district. The counties Boone. Story.. Mar- shall Dallas. Polk. Jpsper. Marion. Clarke. Lucas. Decatur. Appa- Eligibility for entries in the show is confined to breeders having regist.e.red'. animals only.. The judging will begin at 10 a. will be- noon by a big basket flintier arid short program. Animals judgeg need not be in fit- ted or high condition and there will be no prize money awarded. Rib- bons for the first three places will be presented winning breeders. As many may be desired may be enetred by owners and first two places will go to Waterloo for the annual state picnic and show. Any information breeders in territory desire concerning the June 1st. event may be secured from Glenn Center. COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES PRE- LIMINARY ELIGIBILITY RE- QUIREMENTS FOR COX- TESTS Complete Rules and Prize List TO Be Published At a. Later Date Preliminary announcements and plans for the annual Perry Free Farmers- day were made today by the Community Club committee in charge of the event following a meeting held last night to complete preliminary details 'in connection with the big event. Due to the lateness of the season on the farm and in order to give farmers ample time to complete their spring work and attend the big holiday the committee decided to set the date of Wednesday. June instead of those previously an- nounced. The further postponement was decided upon after discussing plans with local and' rural repre- sentatives. PARADE OPENS DAY Opening event of the day will be the big parade and this year it is expected to out-shine any previous event due to the requirement which makes eligibility to all other con- tests during the day dependent up- on appearance of entrants in the parade. The parade will start at the Con- away Sales pavillioh and travel west on Willis avenue to Second then north west to First .south to east to down Railroad to Otley ana then east to the High school gridiron on 12th street where contests of tht day will be held to- gether with the big free feed. MUST BE IN PARADE All horaes and teams to be enter- tests during the day. The Dygerts are experts in show judging and have appeared ai some of the largest shows in the coun- try. Their reputation as judges is established and unquestioned in horse breeding and show circles. It was considered fortunate by the committee that they were able to se- cure such competent services for the annual event here. In another portion of this edition or the chief will be found an offi- cial entry blank for the various Free Farmers' Day contest. Farmers wishing to enter any one of the contests are requested to fill out the blank at once as the committee in charge is anxious to secure a fair estimate on the number of entries which will be on hand 'or the com- petition June 9. Boone 4-H Girls Rally-June 12 Annual County Meeting Plans in the preliminary Meet- ing at Boone May 1st. SOLICITOR FOR CHIEF-ADVERTISER Boone county girl's 4-H clubs are to hold their annual rally Say Sat- June 12. according to present plans of the county committee. Pre- sent plans call for an installation of new officers by the 1936 officers. Union otwnship girls 4-H club will initiate an honorary member. This year's honorary member has not i been selected. Walter Rosen of Og- den was initiated in 1936 because of his activities in assisting the girls in Bird Lore as well as other phas- es of conservation- Mrs. C. O. Prim- because of her outstanding work in music was initiated as an honorary member in 1935. Final and detailed plans for the gala event will be completed at a meeting being held Saturday. May 1st. at the Y. W. C. A. in Boone. Miss aZneta extension spec- ialist of Iowa State will be present to assist the local commit- tee and leaders. Miss Eager will meet with the county committee at o'clock Saturday morning. Takes this Opportunity 'to an- nounce that they have secured the services of Edson as a sub- scription solicitor and is authoriz- ed to accept and receipt for all money paid to him for subscrip- tions. You Will find Mr. May very courteous and a gentleman in his work as WEATHER RECORD Week of April 29th to 5th Temp. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Rainfall .29 .03 .01 32 .05 Min. 48 50 43 53 52 Max 62 66 70 64 60 68 7fi GEO. D. ROBERTS FORMER PERRY MAN IS DEAD Death at Home in Interment b Made There George D. Roberts. former resident or Perry and vicinity died at his home hi Tuesday. April following a ser-. ious illness of six weeks. He had been in ill health for 2 years. Mr. Roberts was born in Perry September. 1866 and moved from this vicinity when a man of 30. was married to Beatrice A. Sanders here and they resided on a farm for nine then going to Moul- Iowa and later to Cooper. From there they moved to No. Da- kota where they resided for 33 years until moving to Bemidlji. LATE FLASHES MRS. WALWS SIMPSON DIVORCE MADE ABSOLUTE English on made abso- the divorce of Mrs. Wallis Simpson and immediately the Duke of Windsor made plans and left nil retreat In to be reunited with Mrs. Slmn- in where she has been the guest of American friends at their chateau. They expect to be married soon after the coronation ceremonies in London. ed in the pulling contests or horse show in the afternoon'.' or evening most take part in the parade to.be eligible for the prize competltlon. As soon'as the'parade Is over the judging will start' the athjetlc field. Following is the JUDGING 11 a. horse hitch.. drivej horse gentleman driver. 12 teams. years and over. 1 p. any age. Pulling contest will start. p. year old colts under Russell Rippey Boy Wins 4-H State Champion Judges selected Russel age 20. Rippey and Lois Madsen of Dickens. as the boy and girl outstanding champions or the 4-H club work. These two will repre- sent Iowa at the National 4-H meeting to be held in D. C.. next June. The winners were selected from more than 80 county champions record books were submitted in the Russell Holz enjoys the distinc- tion being one' of the very few boys in Iowa ever to represent the state in national competition in both crops and livestock judging. He was a member of the state champion Oreene county crops' judging team in '1934 and in 1935 i he was member of the champion Greene county judging team. With Ms. brother. was at the international club con- gress in both years. Russell also exhibited the cham- ladyjpion 4-H barrow at the 1936 Chi- cago International. He was grad- uated from Grand Junction High school in 1934 and since that tima has assisted his father in the oper- ation of a 330-acre farm. Next winter he plans to enter Iowa State he said Saturday. Governor in addressing the 4-H club members Saturday p. year old colts under 3. p. year old colts under 2. EVENING p. ponies. p. ponies. p. gaited saddle class. p. gaited saddle class. p. horse hitch. p. horse hitch. The last two named events are open for stallions or mares but all horses-Jnust-be the property of one owner. Two owners are hot permitted to enter in one event by pairing their teams. The pulling contest will include both the dynamometer and stone boat pulls. The dynamometer con- test is open with professional teams permitted. The. stone boat contest bars professional teams.and is sch- eduled to start at p. m. All teams entered in the pulling con- tests will receive a priae. DYGERT TO JUDGE Announcement is--made by the committee that the Dygert Brothers of widely known horse importers and had been termed 4-H club work the most worthwhile activity in Iowa. Illinois Driver Attempts Suicide Kenneth a resi- dent of made an attempt to take his own life by 5lash.ng his last week Wed- nesday. attempt was made while seated in his the truck parked along No. 169 paved road near the Glen Kever place. Mr. Kever Immediately took the young man to the Kings Daughters hospital. His were notified and arrived the next morningr and have been with him since then. Reports from the hos- pital stkte that Clayton has contin- ued to show improvement and his condition The young man ..has been very uncommunica- tive as 'to hte reasons tor- the rash act. By Sunday his condition was so improved that he was dismissed from the hospital and with his par- ents returned to his home in Mon- secured to judge the various con- moutfc WANT BROWN TO RETIRE FROM HIGH SCHOOL ASSO. Des The revolt against Geo. A. Brown's ad- ministration of the Iowa High School Athletic ban compeim the present Board of Control of the Association to that he nay retire frmcefolly. ask that Brown find some way Brown resents being forced out of his FREE FARMERS'DAY ENTRY BLANK Mr. Guy Flsoel Iowa. I will enter the following wrents in the i'erry Free Farm- ers' Day contests. Pulling Contest Pulling Contest Horse Show. I understand eligibility for the conteste requires appear- ance in the morning parade. 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