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   Chief Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1939, Perry, Iowa                               THE CHIEF-ADVERTISER Published Each Week on Thursday Vol. Ill No. 9 MARCH 2. PAGES REBEL CHIEF SUNBEAM DAIRY Farmers' Share of 1938 Pork Dollar Was 62c WILL-ADD NEW REFRIGERATION FRENCH CABINET VOTES UANIMOUSLY TO RECOG- NIZE NATIONALISTS France The French cabinet loday voted unanimously to the Na 'jnalut rule of General Francisco Franco as the legal govern- ment of The French action followed swiftly on the heels of Bri- tain's Prime Minister Cham- berlain's announcement to the House of Commons that Brf- lain had accorded the Franco regime unconditional recogni- tion as Spain's sovereign gov- ernment. Both actions had been foreihadowed since when Premier Daladier won the support of the Chamber of Deputies for recogntion of the Spanish Nationalists. England Prime IVIinislei Chamberlain an- nounced in the House of Commons Monday the British g'overn- ment's decision lo recognise the Nationalist regime of General Francisco Franco the legal Spanish governmen.. He said the foimal jclion tor recognition was taken loday. seemed to the British mcnt impossible lo regard the Spanish Republican government slandaid as it no longer exercises sellled authority as llic sovereign government of lie said INDEPENDENCE Cries of lose fiom the opposition as ihe tjoverrlment sup- cheered the announcement the was lo announce similar rec- following lhc tabintt meeting in Paris ihis aflernoon. Chamberlain in Ins slalcnirnl British government have noticed with satisfaction the-pub- lic statement of General Franco concerning tiis delerminalion to se- cure the judicial independence Spain. if lhc Republican forces in lhc southern should conlinue New to Be C'Onstnicten for News Afzncy ol an expansion piogiam by the Sunbeam Dairj which includes the construction ol a new building immediately or the pieseni location nmdi today by Frank dairy ei. The Sunbeam Dairy will oier the building now occupied oj the Des Momes Register and Tri- bune agency and the new building will be constructed occupancy Of the agency at the en-st end of toe lot on Lucinda street. The Bairy will Install a refi iteration plant in the building and 1. will be used entirely ioi storage or all kinds Including Ice cream. Ice and other frozen products which be add- ed to the lines already. handled. Mr. will leave Perry Sunday Minneapolis where he will pur- chase the new 1 etrlgeratlon equip- ment which will coit several thou- sand dollars. Construction of the new bulletins his let to Chas Palst con- by G. I. owner of the properties. It is expected that the change will be made prior to the fifte.nth of April. Than 1936 and '37 But Well Over Low Points of Depression value of 1.9 pounds of live hog at Ames. Iowa. Out of every j the since it takes 1.9 pounds dollar paid by the consumer for pork of live hog to produce a pound of the The percentages were computed' Improvements in efficiency of by dividing the price consumers pay marketing and distrib- for 1 pound of pork products by the ucion. 3. Changes in profits of proces- sors. '.It is important that figures on in the farmer received 62 cents maiket cuts mdivatcd. Thompson' price spreads and percentages be in- Dr. Sam H. I'owa State explained. College extension agricultural The actual maigin in cents be-'do not prove that the charges are oriomiSD .said today. tween H pound of pork products and too high or too Thompson was less than the farmer equivalent quantity of live hogs was said -They do not shed any light received m 1336 and 1937 but sub- 9.1 c-enti in 1938 as compared whether profits may be too large stantially the low points ot 112 cents in 1935 procos-_ at any point in the marketing sys- the iing and a depression low of tern. Citing figures released by the Bur-i 7 8 cents In 1913 the spread He called attention to trend eau of Agricultural j 3 5 cents. tounid smaller retail establishments Washington. D. Thompson Several factors arc responsible for well as more processing and 1938 value of live hogs was 02 percent of the price city consum- ers paid for compared with SI percent in 1937. 65 percent in 1930. and 46 percent or less for the woist depression vears. cliar.ging price spreads over long packaging of and added that periods between retail and farm of these changes do not only prices. Thompson pointed out. Am- affect price spreads but makecom- ong he are- j parisonf between diffciont periods 1 Changes m costs of tinnspoitalion and materials. OF THEM SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT STANDING BY AWAITING END OF STORM Record 17 Inch Snow Received in Audubon and Nearby Vicinity RETIRED FARMER ILL ONLY SHORT DIED AT HOSPITAL lo maintain some show of the prime minister re-iis- said. can be no doubt now 'of the ultimate issue of lhc the prolonijation of which can only rciull in'further suffering and loss of life. FRANCO IN CONTROL ihe result of '.he fall of Barcelona and the overrunning of General Franco is now In conlrol of ihc greater part of Spanish botli on and beyond the mainland. in this Icirilory ire the most importance industrial cen- ters of Spain and lhc sources of most of iheir f CHIEF IS NAMED CONTEST ON. COUNTV rftlNT- ING BY BOARD ourtty E. D. retired farmer and resident of Perry for the last nine died this morning at at the Kings' Daughters hos- pital after a two weeks illness. Death was due to pneumonia which developed after the aged man had caught a cold and was unable lo throw off the attack. He was to the hospital last Friday night and emergency measures were resorted to but he failed to dcatii coming this morning. services were held Thursday at at me Church or of which lie was a with Wansn officiat- ing. InteimenL mads In Violet Hill. Mr Ridnour is .survived by his wife and seven children They ore. Mrs. Gladys Ralph W. Clarence N. Harold L. DCS Wayne near Oaylord and Mr.s. Mildred Garner One brother and a'Mster also He was born May 1862 in Carr- oll county. and'came to Iowa in 1878. movjig to .the Perry rural lio- inity. He was married tc Cora Mae February 1893 it the DCS Iowa A paralyzing 17-inch snow slorra which the weather bureau said was the heaviest Fcb- rudry snow-fall in Iowa's history swept down over the tying up traffic and severing com- munications. _ Virtually the whole slate fell the telling central and northern appeared worse hit. STUFF- FOR. IOWA FARMERS REED Des Iowa heavy snow is great stulT for the Iowa farmer even If he cannot uel out 'of his yaiiJ. Federal- Weath'r Charles D. Reed said the 12- inch snow blanket is providing neded for winter alfalfa and grass crops not to mention UYCS and shrubs and the like. Main Highways Open 1 New Stoplights i j at Second-Willis i Installation of new traffic lights at the comer of-Second and Willis was completed late Monday and they were in operation lost night for the first time. Tho new lignls are of the post type with one located on tlie corner near the First National Bank ana ths other diagonally across tho street neaj the Dl'Uon China shop. The lights use the rea. yellow and green system to direct tratTo and are plainly visible from ary entry to the intersection The old traffic light was a single and gtcen light strung over the inter- section. It causM considerable diffi- culty as it was l.ung so high that it could not be seen easily. Slrcel car traffic here was nl a roads were planes were grounded and busses tied up in many Iowa cities. 17 The highway commission al OWUl rTIUllmlJ' Kb UIV A J I II Swartz farm home sixteen miles tlial al1 'now-re- moving epuipmenl standing by until the high wind subsided and .visibility improved. Railroads reported most trains were gelling but said any increase in wind velocity would pile up impassable drifts. Appalcnlly lhc heaviest fall southwest of Perry. He remained on the farm until August when he retired to live In Ptrry. Feed the Birds Perry citizens were urged today by the various garden clubs of the city to feed the talids during- the progress of the present storm. With more than a foot of snow on the bndly there la al in the central-western where 17 inches 40- in 12 houri driven a mile wind. Churlcj City and Mt. virtually ho place that the in lhc norlli part of llie can find Residents were asked and the other in Ihc soulh- to clear.n fecdlnR ground in section reported 16 snow and waiter food In the inches of snow on the ground. Ing Suet or fat may be tted in trees where it will be available to' the Mr'and Evelsber of blrcli. _. Bagley were cntertatnwl as Sunday BccaTisc of the previously mild dinner guests and enjoyed an aftffl- wcnthcr large numbers of Wrds I visit wlUi Mrs. Evelslzcrs returned to this section but uukis parents. Mr. and Mrs. H .C. they arc fed many or them will die and Mrs. Bculah of 1915 Willis avenue. MILLER HITS AT LICENSE RACKEF 1'LATE SWITCHING GKAFT IS UNCOVERED AT COUNCIL BLUFFS DCS Mcinr-s. March 1. Secretary of State Earl G. Miller that' he would ask lhc stale legislature In cancel all of Iowa's truck li- cciiic r clprocily ayrcemciil'f with other states. Miller saerted Inwa and 000 a through truck operators their ve- hicles In Illinois and olhcr italrv through what he termed a Ing iincwcrcii end at Council Iowa. Thirty-nine truckers were ar- highway pitlrnl- m n In the Council Onuha drive he 10id. aicas. Des Molnes was digging its i March 31 way out ot heaviest February' snowfall on iccord and third heav- iest in history. Wallace Seeking Amendments on Com Marketing D. C. Secretary Wallace recommeiidci1. loday th.it congress amend Hit farm act to p-nlponc from August 15 to September 15 the date for tiu secretary 4o proclaim his determi- nation with respect to the total corn supply as lo marketing pel CQlt.lgC.1. He filso recommended Incrcnslns by approximately 3 the supply level at which the marketing qulta for crrn wculrt become cffcc tlve. Members of the courtly board of of rupcrvisors a special meeting held Monday in the courthouse at Adel named the county official selection of which had own contested during the last two months. The Perry Daily Chief. Online County News and Redflcld Review were named the official'newspapers. Appointments arc made each year by l-hs board on the basis of bona- fldc paid in advance circulation In Business Recovery Needed by lowd Farmers ihc county. No papers crcd outside of the county consldemj by the board dtllv- Wagner Introduces Health Program D. Feb. MY- flenator N in- troduced In the senate today leg's- Inllon to carry out the broad nar- Imiil health program asked by President Amcts ftw Upon of lower livestock prices quicker creased enough to more Ulan offset But if business thnn in the case of most other farm the lower prices. But il producls. This vaf Illustrated In' docs not the the fall of 1937 when cattle and hoe In 1939. farm prices will probably By Lauren K I. 8. C. prices both dropped very drop so low as to matte palnlully la. Tho cur- more sharply than the increase in apparent lo Iowa's commercial rent business recession Is proving to marketings would have and farmers that they arc lied lo Ihe be more of a pause In the again during lhc last few months general economic siluallon movement than had at first been ex- when cattle and1 hog prices have So the sooner industry shakos it- but IOWH farmers have been supported by improving bus- fjcrii affcciCii HA afrd.' probably unless some now tin-1 With Inrge mmibt-rs of liogs nnd favorable development occurs In tho fat cattle being made ready for mat- near future. Consumer demand for kct. Iowa farmers have a trcmen- ment is holding hoe prlc- dous stnka In general industrial rc- es near Ihe Ijlgh kvel of covcry In 1939. winter scaron and cnlllc prices are It may be difficult for Iowa farm- at a 115-month high. crs to see Ihelr close relationship to Meal Is apparently of the first general conditions at pres- producLs affected by a decline In becduse thtlr Incomes held up business nctlvily. In other so well during the 1937-38 business drop In Industrial activity comes depression Farm prices dropped buck to rows runners In the 'orm hut but production In-ja good many lints. self loose rrom Its current siesta the brTfcr for Iowa. What arc the they're pretlty good. Inventories of mnnufacliired goods not exces- sive fas they were In the summer of 1D371. The building situation Li fav- and niitomobllc prospecU look eood. Steel production hm lev- eled off and risen sligtitly the last three weeks. But the foreign situa- tion adds nnd Ls un- rrcdiclion for Tlmr'tlay Is Warmer With Suou- Sfhrlluh-il to Melt Rapidly Mnrch 1. main Iowa highways were open to some degree today as plows worked under clear skies to restore traffic to ncrmal after yes- terday's iccoul-bi caking February Highway commission anil counly officials expect to make substantial progress on. conquering the heaiy blanket today drifting winds died down to a whisper and a warni sun promised-to cut into the white coating. Thursday prediction was r Iowa highway patrol and police radio systems reported the follow- ing load conditions early todaj Northwest Temperature M to 16 degrees above in all main highways open bill slippery ami way IraJTic in many county .roads blocked. Number C open cost and wctl 'of DCS MoiiK'S but -slippery' and way. main Uiffh- open. Tuo main highways open. Sovtll to 14 main highways open but slippery normal near Bur- lington. Meanwhile schools remained dosed here and In other Terror Grips Palestine as Rioting Breaks Out MUSSOLINI CALLS ITALIANS ABROAD TO RETURN HOME EXODUS STARTS FROM FRANCE AND OTHER EURO- PEAN NATIONS Above i a ladder uivented by Peie uhiLh disclose the patented which is gelling considerable at- tention in ulils vicmitv. The device is a iion-slippmjr leg attachment whic'i permits the ladder to be sec any angle and positively against .slipping It Ls used on ice. frozen lock or other soh'l objects which offer no purchase for the ladder leg alone Pete bitter known as got the idea secured David Smith to oj-uw the plan. The first OH display at The Chief was ma'iufiicuucd by Harlcy Bilker. P a i i s Prance Thousands of Italian citizens living In Prance wcie leaving for thei- homeland today In a. mass under Piemier Mussolini's repatria- tion older for Italians abroad An Italian embassy- spakeiinri said the esfotui-. was only a oe The reptrlation nt a crucial mo- ment jn t4ie Italian-French rela- tions was viewed by responsible quarteis as Indicative of one or iw. things- 1 Either Itily feared war FraJice might come soon I Itiily wanted thr Prcpcli into believing the was pre- paring colonial demands on Franci action FLO EPIDEMIC Tax Expert to Aid Local Citizens in Filing Income Tax Announcement is made by the Stale Board or Assessment and Re- view ono of the experts from that department will be in Perry for three days to assist residents here In flllnu their Income Ux report. C. G. Miller has been assigned to Perry and he will be at the Municl- nal office for three days. March 29- 30-31. An citizens may secure hi.s aid ill making out Income tax blanks. Final date for filing the tax forms la Wertheimer Cattle Company to Award Baby Beef Prize The Wertheimsr Cattle Boone. announced last week. that It would award a baby beef calf In bo the 4-H club member exhibiting the Grand Champion Baby Beef at the 1939 County Achievement Show The announcement wns made In a letter by Charles chodlma. local manager of the to C. E. County Agent. The winnei may choose a calf from the Wcrt- hclmcr Yards suitable for Baby Beef club work In 1040 In ciisc the win- ner will be Ineligible for club work in 1940. a suitable prize will be awnrdcd. The donors slate Ulat they will endeavor to furnish as OUT OF DRIFTS CiVUS STALLED AND STIIEBT TRAFFIC AT STANDSTILL THIS MOHNINO Perry was busy out of the blggeit snowdtlfis of the win- ter piled to surprising heights by a strong wind which ac- companied the 8 inch fnowfnll Traffic in the city was almost nil early Tuesday morning but by ninny of the stalled cars had moved find tracks luid been beaten through the mast generally used streets prrmlttlng some movement of the winner desires POTTER ELECTRIC SERVICE SHOP TO OPEN SATURDAY Nrw Concirn Lucaled North nf Prrry Theatre Early this afternoon the city at wcrk clearing the and it was expected that by nignt llltle difficulty would be cx- X' perlenccd by drivers. The snow ccas- ed falling shortly after UHs ir.orning after w continuing during Mic entire night from 7 p m.. Monday NO SCHOOL School was dismissed throughout the entire day when many tcacii- ers were unabc to get to their buildings Tuesday morning ojid Jtu- dents hesitated to battle the huge drifts afoot Classes will take up Wednesday as usual it was anr.oun- c-d Tuesday. Fiist job for city employes TuCMlay Announcement Iq mode today the- opening Saturday of the Electrlc rcrvlcc shop at Second second door north of the Pt'ry Theatre The shop Ls owned nnd will be Tip- orated by Merle A. formerly I of an experienced electrician UPd mdcr expert Mr Potter was previously employed lava. Stale college as an electrician and occu- pied lhc post of city electrical in- Tr nnd to tnc electrical wcrk. i -n The' new shop will offer H com- plctp line of radios and snowed In by drifts. Be- cause extensive Uincas at thin lime Mi- hospital Is filled and un- til late this morning It was tmpoi.- tfVn lo gtt lo the building by ftubo. Mayor Clothier sent city maln- c'eclrlcal merchandise and will give commercial service of all types In- cluding wiring and repair. A spec- hilly will be motor repair a Held In which Mr. Potter Is exccp- tlonnlly qualified. A merchan'div display room will occupy the Trent doubtedly deterrent to business in i part of the new concern with a jCtmplcle workshop In the rear. F 1NCHF.S OFFICIAL E. N. H.ishe the official mea- su-ement of snow at 8 inches with a precipitation content of ftl of an Inch. Measurements were taken in areas where HIP snow was not drlft- and the water which usually runs one- IrnTh. proved the measurement cor- rect as the sno of rat-'r ccntent. BIERRIKG. IOWA HEALTH ISSTJFS WARNING AftVIJ-JFW BOMBINGS ItE- SIJLT IN' DEATHS Pali SLIP.C- nntl oolice ordered ir.to a cf In. Pal- D-sline as u wave- of Arab- Jew coinciclenial wuh tha in tht London on tho Holj brought to 3G nnd injuiv to 49 OT.CT tha Three bomb explosions at the Haifa Jcu-Lsh market and railroad station led 20 known killed and. 27 wcundcd In three Araba were killed by bombs and one Arab nnd one by .snlpei.s. At burning land mines one Arab JUKI wounded four. These disorders brought tht cas- ualty toll since ihe London peace conierr-nre to about 130. j KliASONS the i-'i'C I'.TO and 1-j.lf years of suife an esiunated 000 persona have been iruuiy more iiave been wounded and iho mcneiary as hlgTi O3 I The Arabs say Britain promised them soverlgn relngni over Palestine ilv in the Woilti War In order to c-btnin Aiub support for the allies. Jmvs point to the Balfour do- cUiratlon's premise of the establish- ment of a national liomc for In DCs Iowa Dr Walter L Bierring. Iowa health warned today that an Influenza epidemic apparently 1.5 moving westward uito with a total of G6 cases leported this ns 27 last week- He declared that the disease parently came to Chicago fiom Inc and that the Iowa appear like the Ch. go The health commissioner that comnlicallons are more to oe feared than the disease Itself. Is the chief compli- cation thai uriics from though often nephritis or ear ia- fectlons he .said. Of this week's cases 37 were re- ported from a CCC camp at Onk vlllc. 23 from Maxwell and six from he declared. situation requires he practically every me is susceptible to Influenza. A ccugh or sneeze by an infected per- son may spread the disease to otlierj with the possibility that the number of will grow like a rolling each case causing more At the first sign or the pa- tient should go to he said. Ear- ly rest will do much toward pre- vention of secondary complications Tlie doctor said symptoms of the disease to watch for arc heat cs congestion of the and membranes or cough- irg. sneezing and acrfcs. J. O. superintendent .ol- Mlnbum enjoyed a Sunday visit among Perry friends and returning last eve- ning to his home. LIGHT SENTENCE LEGAL MANEUVERS START Tfjl STAVE OFF LONG TERM New York N Y maneuvers were In the making to- day to stave off a possible long- term prison sentence for Tammany District Lender J. whose conviction Saturday of sell- ing political protection of a num- bers racket also threatens to a Tammany magestrate. Apparently Ignoring Mayor P. LaCuardia'e uUlmattnn that he re- sign or face Mag- istrate Hulon Capshaw declared ha would welcome an Capshaw was accused by Attorney Thomas E. Dewey of hav- ing dismissed policy cases agaliut henchmen of the slain Dutch SchullK the iUBBcstlon of convict- ed as a partner of the erstwhile Pub- lic Enemy 1. I IOWA HIGHWAY DEATHS REACH 66J-OR YEAR Sixty-six persons have been fatal- ly Injured m siulo accident In lowni 50 far in 1J130 compared with 82 fa- Uillilcs In the corresponding period of last year. la-vear-old Iowa Rlrl. who died In a Sioux city hospllol vcsterdav of Inlurles suf- 'Dollar Days9 in Perry Three March 2-4 icwi fcr ferry iMppcri it coitlnnwd iti tht aikoaitceAicirt will join in lo be MmK 2 4 nielli patrons af Perry iloret wiH more fw al olher lig M nwrchaiidiM will be Iht rale.   

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