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   Chief Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1937, Perry, Iowa                               THE CHIEF-ADVERTISER Published Each Week on Thursday Vol. I No. 27 OCTOBER PAGES BULLETINS j BURLINGTON EMBEZZLER HAD AN ACCOMPLICE Iowa William Bninken. an. assistant cashier of the Fust National on Monday confessed that he falsified the bank records at the instruction of William now under arrest and chnrsTil with the embezzling of of the bank's money. Brunken says he received nolh- t TRYING TO BREAK PENDEBGASTS PIWER Lloyd governor of Mis- souri. has broken with Pendergast 'in his Iron rule of both City and Missouri politics. PendersKot dom- inated Kansas City for over twenty years. Stark has stated that Penderyast must step down and out. KIDNAPPING OF ROSS REMAINS A MYSTERY some of the of the ransom money has appeared in circula- tion in authorities have no information retarding the whereabouts of Charles the 72 year old greeting cani Rosa was kidnapped four weeks NO EXPLOSIVE INFLATION QUOTES PROF. .SPBAGUE Mass. O. M. noted Ananciai said at Wesslcy. Monday thai there would be no explosive inflation in the United Slates within the next 12 that there would be if reduction in governmental expenditures and that money I rates would be easy. C. I. O. ATTEMPTS UNIONIZE GOVERNMENT WORKERS n. C. Lg O. through their official paper here in Washing- contest government employees offering cash prizes In re- turn- for best answers submitted to n questlonalre but-requires contestant must' join the C. I. O.. mnd agree to pay liuot. rop-Control Program To Increase Taxes Washington. D. C. Chairman Jones of the house agriculture made public today a letter from President Roosevelt saying new taxes will be necessary If the cost of a crop control program is increas- ed by the special session of congress. The president outlined his plans for crop control legislature In a let- ter to Chairman Smith So. oC the senate agriculture committee and to Jones. is of especially im- portant that any new legislation should noc unbalance the expected balancing of the the presi- dent wrote. other words no additional fed- eral expenditure from the general fund of the treasury should be made over and above existing planned ex- penditures. The only exception of this would Ue the iricuflng of ad- ditional obligations oh the part of the treasury backed 100 percent by additional receipts of new taxes. other words whatever goes out must be balanced by an equal amount coming Congress appropriated approxima- tely for. soil conservtt-. tion during the current year. In making public the president's letter Jones feel confident that legislation can be worked em- bodying these SHOW DATES SET EVENT WILL BE HELD NO- VEMBER 22-24INCLUSIVE NEW DORMITORY FOR IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY IOWA been let by the bMrd of for the erection of the new men's dormitory. The building will house about 240 students and work on the building will be tUrted at mm. HEAVY GAIN IN RECEIPTS TO PRIMARY ROAD FUND stale high- way commission report shows that during eleven months thai a galii of million dol- lars ban been mate Into the Iowa road fond over the previ- year. This in to the Increased sale of guoline and molar vehicle uccMea. MORE FARM AID MEANS MORE PRESIDENT D. pMfUl to nip- purl the admlnblntlM have been notified by the that if more farm aid to more UMB mast MIL New Ipractssinf taxes mre to rain the IOWA CATTLEMAN SELLS HALF MILLION CATTLE IN '37 Cwncll Groat about 1Mb acres III PMUwKtUmM Cawity and with eattte will Market 'about a mlllNm sf beef catile this Utallnr abnt MM head. His topped ike Grass will teed Mt aM NEW MEDICAL DISCOVERY CAUSES M DEATHS TO. recently released by the Ameri- can Medical rave de- tajfc retardlnr an elixir and dtethyytene flycst and was rttsnimtnded Mr en-tain discern. Many dsc- PROOFS FOR THE 1938 CAMPAIGN PICTURE With Boone Ctrunty in the heart of the greatest com producing state In the Union the merchants are sparing no effort In preparing a corn which will surpass all other county-shows lit Wnd in the1 state. This years crop plus the cooperation of the farmers and merchants- one of the most outstanding events of ts kind in Iowa this season. The I Annual Boone County Corn Show to be held November 23 and according to Mr. Harold Fish- tee appointed by the Chamber of chairman of a special oommlt- Commerce. plnal details are to be worked out by. a joint committee of representatives of the Chamber of Farm Bureau and Clubs early In Not-ember. Present plans include the serving of free pancakes and hot coffee at a special program for pre- sentation of on Wednesday and a display of the awards being presented by the merchants. The location of the show his not been definitely decided upon but it is the desire of the committee to secure the use of some convenient store building. Merchandise will consti- tute the .majority of the prim. Lion's Club Traveling Trophy V the outstanding. exhibitor will be awarded again Mrs. M. Kl tfolaud ofjCaat Township exhi- bited the best ten-ear sample id win the award lut year. The cup must be won three tunes in tuccu- sldn be'f ore becoming-the permanent possession of any exhibitor. Classes will be open to any farm- er within Boone County or parenta of 4-H members regularly enrolled in Boone County. 4-H Corn Club members will exhibit la claMM of their own and will not participate In open classes. Claim for the beet ten single bushel will be arranged. Judging eonteatc shelled long and freak can will also be a feature of the show this year. ME LOOK TERRIBLE f SCHOOL BUS HIT BY KM 10 TWO HURT WHILE REPAIRING TIRE NEAR BOUTON MASON CITY SCENE OF TER- RIBLE SLAUGHTER WHEN SEVEN CHILDREN DIE CORONER CIXJSES INQUE8T INTO DEATHS OF KEN- WICK STUDENTS MTC resulted aM lite have recalled all sMCKETEKIt BOSS KILLED IN LOS ANGELES In wf On Page Mason nt UM has irtver. Hex Sfmamn. craning tlftm aM JtUf. kefm the tracks gtreti ky Javy IHR May as the caw sf the Kemrick aelMel M'Rsek MMrf lUetoH rrwSay which ten liven. The Jury iMM mMri- Ttfrrf that 1Mb M- eMent WM caiM attelj ay ihc failure the h the ralWMNi efVMNnc ftff before musing UK rairiM The middle and especially ig the center of the corn- cob pipe industry In the United States. Iowa Cashier Arrested as Embezzler D. C. J. Gam form- er bank cashier of today was being held here In lien of SSOOfl bond pending removal to Iowa. A Sioux federal grand jury recently Indicted him. on a charge of embezzling from the Community Savings Bank of Edgewood. TREASURY TAKES GET STATE TEST MLLION PAID INTO FUND HAS ALREADY BEEN SPENT Theory nf Hujre ReKrve Fund For- Spending Etpuidl borrowed D. C. Uncle Sam already has almost a billion from the nc.tJcn's wage earners under provi- sions of the Social Security treasury lodgere showed today. The art rnvMrnw Ihe Mldlng a Imee restrre which crwitnJIy will utffrecate mm than M MIMM Mian If Uw Uw ilni IOWAPWATQ DOORS HOPKINS SAYS Cos Iowa The Iowa Public Works Administra- tion local point of 30 million dollars on construction In the last four will cease operation to- STATE DEPARTMENT COMPLET- P. P. state PWA ES SURVEY IN FERRY i said today. THURSDAY I Hopkins notified all public bodies with pending projects to address Inspectors and chemists of the future Inquiries to the regional state department of agriculture Pri- PWA office to be opened November day completed a survey and exam- 1 at Nebrasa. inatlon of milk supplies of various The Iowa director said he Is re- towns of Dallas county testing and tiring from the PWA to resume checking 08 samples of milk sold studies and research work regularly for human along the lines of public admlnls- All samples were collected In the morning from the regular supplies and the tests were carried out in Perry under the supervision of Dvrlght state dairy and food at the Armour Produce I Second .and Otlcy. Mr.' Locker was assisted by Joe Romano of Des Tom Klrwln of Car- roll and Ben Grant of assistant Inspectors. Chemical an- alysis was completed under the sup- ervision of Harry che- and his assistant G .O. Ewart. Mason C i I Iowa authorities and rail- road officials Saturday began inves- tigation of the school-bus stream- lined train crash in which ten per- sons were killed here Friday. Two school seven stu- dents and the bus driver were kill- ed when a Rock Island train came out from between two piles of bricks m a brickyard and smash- ed into the Iowa school bus. spreading 20 dying and injured persons ever 400 feet of right-of-way. Nineteen other injured persons were reported to bz recovering this morning at two hospitals here. The students came here from Renwick early in liie day on a lour of Mason Cily Ties. They had visited one brick ana tile plant and were on their way to last visit before returning home when the Irageciy occurred. The dead Rex formerly of driver of thi school bus. Miss Dorothy of Cres- ton. serving her first year as English teacher in the Renwick high school. Loren of Guernsey. Leaching his second lerm comrpcrcc at ihc school. Lillian Iowa student. Don Amosscn. Goldficld sludcnt. -Palsy Norman Ag- Lowell Kcllins. 'Jim- my Albert Scimans. all Renwick students. James of Madrid and Sergio 22. of Madrid were both injured early Sunday Timmens when they were struck By car driven by Bob Carr ol while they were changing a tire. Timmens and Canerlni stopped oetween Bouton ana woodward on their way home w repair a tire arid evidently Can- did not see them in ihe road. Both were thrown into the ditch. Timmens suffered brain and a dislocated hip. He was taken to the Mercy hospital at Des Molnes. Lillian sister of the in- jured and Leo pas- sengers in the car were uninjured. Canerini suffered a sprained shoul- der in the accident. Open New Locker Plant Here Samples collected In Adcl. Woodward. Dallas Center. Van Meter and Perry. Sediment tests were applied as was the Me- thylcne blue bacteria test and butt- er-fat rating made. Generally. Mr. Locker the testa proved the supplies satisfactoryalthough no of- ficial report can be made until the detailed analysis if completed. TJn- satisfactory supplies will be check- ed and producers notified. 48 samples were secured In Perry from distributors and pro- Special Ucasury obligations ire ducWrs furnishing dairies. Results Issued to the reserve fund. Bene- of the survey here will be reported fits under the old ajje pension and Inter through J. W. city unemployment compensation pro- gram aro lo paid from It. SPENT DAILY CHie treasury must pay 3 perccn Uiteroit on the special Issued other old age reserve ac- ccunt. On obligations deposited in the unemployment compensation it must pay an Interest no lower than the average rate on all outstanding obligations. Thus far 2 1-2 percent certificates of In- debtedness have been issued to the unemployment In Imnry prartke tax eol- UK security act flow into the or nt ready cksh. conecttam are .ipml lmn fay if day m jmuiimoit np- the LEE E. EASTER DIEOATOSCEOLA FORMER PERRY PRINCIPAL VICTIM OF T-JfEUMONIA. SUNDAY NEW IHEBT Against these Lee E. former principal of the Perry High school and suporln- Icndcnt of the OsecoU Public died at the Harlem hospital In that city Sunday night as the result of pneumonia. Death followed a brief Illness or less than two weeks. Mr. Easter was taken 111 on a Monday alter i returning home from a week end trip which included a visit at the Oscar Alnley home In this city. At the time of his visit here he said his health had been weakened although no hint of the fatal Illness was ap- parent at the lime. He became seriously 111 late Mon- day and was taken to the hospital Inspector and bacteriologist who co-lwhcro his condition rapidly became operated In completion of the coun- ty wide survey. Mr. who such surveys under the state department of agriculture through Secretary Thomas L. declared that he was pleased with the cooperation displayed by Dallas Milk producers. He stated that much Interest was shown and a the part of producers to assist In every way generally apparent. Specific he would be studied before the final report Is made. treasury deposits the special obl'ga- i Monday tlons In reserre accounts. These Tuesday nMlgatlons In effect promises pay off old age and unemploy- ment benefits. WEATHEK REPORT Week of lot. 21 to Oct. 27 Rainfall Mln. Max. Thursday Tr. 31 47 Friday 37 34 Saturday IS Sunday W .14 WILL PUSH BILL TO R.EVISE CAPITAL SURPLUS TAXES Des Iowa Sen- ator Clyde L. Herring today said he plang lo pusn In the senatorial fi- nance'committee a bill to revise the capital surplus tax rescue Iowa corporations from its unfair fea- The senator said he and his staff will return to Washington about a week before the special session of conrcss convenes Nov. 15. The senator cited an Iowa corpo- ration which incurred debts of during the depression but now Is unable to amiare Itself be- cause any money It applies to Its obligation first requires payment of a surplus tax of 27 per cent. UNFAIR company at. least should be permitted to pay debts acquired .previously to the passage of the the senator said. The senator said the original purpose of the to force by raxabion the payment of dividends In place or the accumulation of was The senator he expects con- gress will pass an over-normal granary bill In the special session. A corn loan of about 45 cents u bushel was his forecast for thr storage plan. The senatorial com- mittee which conducted hearings n Sioux City and elsewhere on the agricultural legislative situation probably did not learn anything they did not know he said. HO added nc expects to committee members on the hear- ings during the week before the 'he special session convenes. PLAN REJECTED DISSOLUTION OF CIO IS PRO- POSED BY AFL. LEADERS D. C. peace conference rcccsscrt today until November 4th after each side had turned down the others peace propos- al. Harvey one of the CIO organization said the recess waa no way- considered a permanent dis- 0. C- L. Lewis1 rebel CIO rejected today the American Federation of Labor's counter peace proposal proposal suggests abject Phillip chairman of the CIO peace committee said In a statement issued two hours after the fed- eration had suggested dlsolo- Uon of the CIO as the basis of the settlement of labor strikes. The rejection to the A. F. of the Utter made as the meeting opened left the peace'conference up in the air with delegates un- determined immediately wheth- er it could continue.. I .1CCOMODATION UNTIL FEDER- AL LOANS AJIE AVAIL- ABLE ASKED rfes Iowa agricultural said today inquiries have come from several counties about option- al com loans by banks to accom- Tiodate fanners until federal loans -c available. Homur assistant secretary slid he attended a meeting of Warren county bankers n which they discussed loans of 30 cnts a bushel on corn at five per cent interest. MaJL-ion and Webster bankers and farmers are discussing ft slml- ar proposal. DALLAS YOUTHS TO 4-H ACTIVITIES DURING L A S 1 YEAR WINS TRIP critical. He was' unable to throw off Ulc attack and death came Sundav Funeral services were held Wed- nesday and burial made at Osccola. In addition to his who Is widely known here. Mr. Easter Is survived by two sons. Eutrcnc. a senior the Osoeola and 11. One brother of Dexter. Towa. also a sister preced- ed In dcatji two years Mr. Easter was employed In the Perry school system for a period of I Guy E. and Harold roven years Jeavlner here in 1929 to owners or the Perry Refrigerated accept the superlnlendchcy of the Osceola schools. His entire life was devoted to the leaching profession Wednesday Records by Eugene Oov- cmment Weather Observer. I PROMINENT NAZI OFFICIAL RESIGNS HIS OFFCC Berlin. mer minister of tco- has handed His rwie- nation to Hitler. It fet said thai Dr. Sehacnl has railed to Dee wild Nar.1 on Ww Nul tow j-n.r ftxn. Locker today announced the formal opening of the located on Railroad street west of the li- Saturday. October 30. The public Is invited to visit the plant and make a complete Inspection. I Souvenirs will be presented to vUs- itcrs and they will be taken on a supervised tour of the concern which will offer rental refrigerated lo-.kers fcr food storage. The plant Is naw In operation and a large number of lockers arc In use. Included In the Iowa i-H club awarded free trips as delegates to the National 4-H Club Clngrcsa In Nov. 28 to Dec. are a number from ind nearby counties according to list Issued by Paul C. as- 'Istant extension director at State college. The delegates on the rrasls of club records and deluding competition at the Iowa They will compete in Wielr specialties for hon- rrs at Chicago. Two more will be named soon to fill the Iowa quota j of 50. I DallM county winners of Junior Van Me- state bfys' health Stewart Junior Kills and Lawrence grain Judging. Representatives Boone county Lois and Maxlne Cottlnglon. champion home furnishing demonstration Dwlght pure bred litter. Greene county will Robert Clause as a mcnber of the poultry Formers borrowing at such terms __ .vuld hnvc the option to change consuH I loans any time the gov- money becomes available. The government Is cipectcd to end more per bushel nt a lower uf Interest than banks will allow. In anticipation of a corn loan the state department has pppolntcd warehouse boards in various counties. These warehouse boards recommend sealers for ap- pointment by the state department It Is a sealer's duty to Inspect the measure It for the amount of com It attach the seal and IMUC a warehouse' certifi- cate to the farmer. The warehouse certificate U ncg'-tlablc paper upon which fnrmcr may obtain his corn loan. From one to fifteen are appointed in each county. Borne counties a sealer for each but- fewer are recom- mended. liidglng team. Donald Moses ol Story will be his team-mate. Balance of the list b made up of winners In the various e con- tests for boys and wrlj of the 4-F clubs held throughout the last yea1 INTERNATIONAL STOCK SHOW GAINS IN ENTRIKS .lUlm Uul UK the Intcnutlom stock were the hi Ike hbtory of tta kM wfll to bretlier. wll WET FTEI.DS AND CLOUDI WEATHER CAUSE SOME DELAY her Orer wfll given in Des Moincs Iowa though wet fields and cloudy wea- ther caused some delay. Iowa farm- ers at the close of the week ended yesterday were making pro- In picking and cribbing the Btntc's bushel com cropi 8. E. Decker assistant Iowa meteor- ologist said today. Decker In the weekly crop bullcton of the work re- mftlns to be done and In some local- ities In the north central and north cast and also In the southeast corn Is still too for harvest winter wheat and rye were Improved by rains of the pre- ceding week and some fall plowinf was the crop bulletin rain would be beneficial In most sections especially In the southeast 1-4 oT Ihe stale water supplies arc very low In localities. .tor beans remain In UM fields In the southeast. art still being   

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