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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - April 14, 1938, Ames, Iowa Official Ames and Story county Pape Rames daily Tribune and time Universal in the Ames territory vol. 71 no. 245 United pres wire service Ames Iowa thursday april 14. 1938 official Amra and Story county paper weather forecast Shower thursday night and Friday. Cooler temperatures a wed. 3 porn. So thurs. 4 a. Rn., 61 2 p. Rn., 73-precipitation a none. Three cents. R. Proposes 41-2 billion program Roosevelt in warning to a aggressors Speaks firmly about a a sacrifices to be made by United press the United state and great Britain today renewed their moral leadership for peace in Europe and the americas. President Roosevelt led the Wes Tern hemispheres Observance of pan american Day with an address of International significance at Washington. Unity of interests the president speaking firmly of sacrifices to be made carried Forward the american program for Unity of interests in the Western hemisphere Ani warned that the United states will turn Back any aggressor from abroad. The peace of the americas he said a shall not be endangered by controversies within our family and we will not permit it to be endangered from aggression com ing from outside of our hernia phere a the american republics nevertheless face a grave test. If our Good Fortune is to continue our will must be Strong. Responsibility or. Roosevelt without specific mention of the Monroe doctrine placed responsibility for uphold ing the principles of that declare ton on the 300.000,000 citizens of american republics. A Call for the american republics to act in unison to protect democracy from a predatory Quot dictatorial governments abroad was voiced at Lima by Lawrence a. Stein Hardt. United states ambassador to porn. As Berlin United states Ambas Sador Hugh r. Wilson indirectly urged Germany to abandon her it forts for economic self sufficiency and join in the american Campaign to bolster world peace by reciprocal Trade concessions. Peace Cornerstone significantly Wilson emphasized that Europe could not take it for granted that the United states would remain Neutral in the next War although he iterated that peace was the Cornerstone of american foreign policy. Probably More important to world peace was the virtual completion of Britain a agreement with fascist Italy intended to end differences Between the two nations on Mediterranean affairs and to go far toward stabilization of european peace by weakening the Nail fascist dictatorial combination. France under the limited dictatorial regime of Premier edouard a Ladler was due to cooperate with the British policy toward Italy Aud it was believed Likely new attempts would be made toward similar arrangements with Germany. The trend of Britain policy has been to make concessions to the expansion plans of the nazi fascist combination and in return receive guarantees intended to act As a Check on the danger of War. Spain paying Chi in this connection loyalist Spain already appeared to be paying part continued on Page two a seven last words to be Sung sunday a the seven last words of Christ a by Theodore Dubois n ill be presented by the Iota state festival choir under the direction of prof. Tolbert Macrae at the easter sunday Vesper services starting at 7 45 p. Rn., in great Hall memorial Union. Soloists will be mrs. J. H. Standen of Ames App r a no Donald Austin of Green Bay wis., and Arthur Marston of Ames baritone. The choir includes the College menus and women a glee clubs and townspeople. The program is As follows invocation Rev. Leroy s. Burroughs pastor of St. Johns by the Campus Hearken to me Soprano Solo first word father forgive them for they know not what they do baritone and Tenor solos with chorus second word i say to thee this Day Shalt thou be with me in Paradise duet for Tenor and baritone Solo fifth word i thirst woman behold thy son solos for Soprano Tenor baritone with chorus fourth word my god my god Why Hast thou forsaken me baritone Solo fifth word i thrust chorus and solos for Tenor and baritone sixth word father into thy hands i commend my spirit Tenor Solo with chorus seventh w Ord it is finished solos for Soprano Tenor and baritone with chorus. Finale o Christ we do adore thee chorus. Benediction. A. Rail program midwestern sociological convention teat your knowledge mystery ships might be in s. Scare further move against Freedom Washington be a reported presence of 22 mysterious vessels at Davao emphasizing contentious of strategists that the Philippines Are extremely vulnerable to attack became a new Factor today in a movement to postpone Independence of the islands. Two u. S. Destroyers and three philippine military air planes sped to Davao to ascertain the nationality of the mystery ships. But whether verified or not their reported presence off the City of Davao seemed certain to strengthen the movement to defer Severance of Phllip Pine american political ties Independence of the islands originally scheduled for accomplishment by 1946, previously had been examined critically by some administration officials and philippine leaders. The move to postpone philippine Independence was Given impetus during the recent visit of High commissioner Paul v. Mcnutt. Davao province is populated Ith Many japanese who Dominie the hemp growing Industry there. The japanese settlement has been the basis of frequent japanese one of these might be responsible for the Quot mystery fleets report one american official said. It was possible that the unidentified ship were a japanese fishing Fleet or part of the american mid Pacific Fleet engaged in secret Maneu vers some Navy officials indicated. Thirteen destroyers six submarines two submarine tenders three mine Craft and one Oiler belonging to the Asiatic Fleet Are in the philippine area. To be begun on thursday half cent increase in i Are denied roads Washington a Pic chairman Burton k. Wheeler d., mont., of the Senate interstate Commerce committee today set next thursday for beginning of work on a legislative program to solve economic problems of the Rati Rade. Wheeler set congressional machinery in motion a few hours after the Intel hate Commerce commission in a six to five decision rejected pleas of Eastern railroads for a half cent tier mile increase in passenger rates. At the same time he revealed receipt from president Roosevelt of a report fro in inc commissioner Carroll Miller suggesting incorporation of ail railroads under Federal Charters to be operated As a single system under private management. The Commerce commission finding that the present two event Basic fare holds Promise of future profits denied the request for an increase. The increase which Eastern carriers estimated would increase their revenues $40,000,000 annually was rejected by a six to five vote of the commission. Commissioners Joseph b. Eastman Charles Mahaffie Frank Mcmanamy Carroll Miller and John l. Rogers dissented. New cause the rejection provided a new cause for controversy in the already complicated Railroad situation which president Roosevelt this week called upon Congress to Victor and vanquished in Illinois primary six sociologists from Iowa state College will go to Des Moines april 22 and 23 to attend the second annual meeting of the. Midwest sociological society at hotel Kirkwood. Prof. Ray e. Wakeley and prof c. Arnold Anderson will both take part in the conference program. Also attending the conference will be prof. George Vontungeln Bryce Ryan instructor and research workers a. H. Anderson and Martha Dannels. Social Security the conference program is As follows april 22. 8 a. Rn., social welfare in the Middle West h. L. Mccarthy regional director of the social Security , Quot social Security in operation a a Helen Wright assistant Dean of the school of social service administration of the University of Chicago a preparation for professional training in social at 9 a. Rn., Anderson with repro sedatives from seven other col Leges and universities in the mid West will participate in a Sympso slum on the nature and Content of the first course in sociology Andersons topic will be a the agr cultural and mechanical colleges. Social theory luncheon groups Friday will meet with leaders on the follow ing subjects c. D. Clark univer sly of Kansas Quot the role of so Elal theory Quot Gillette University of North Dakota a Popula Hon changes and their effects up on Rural Urban relations a a Ruth Shonle Cavan Rockford College a the effects of recent changes upon the family Quot and Rein Hart University of Nebraska a Are cent developments in social pay c ology the conference will reassemble at 2 p. Rn., april 22 with the follow solve. Although refused the right j ing speakers Loran to Elsley uni to increase Pas Enger rates from varsity of Kansas. A some Imp Lica two to two and one half cents per mile the roads previously had been granted approximately a five percent increase in freight rates w hich they estimated will add $270,000,000 annually to their avenues. Agreed both the commission majority and Eastman in his dissent agreed that the Basic two cent passenger rate is sound and holds Promise of profitable passenger operation in the future. Eastman based his dissent on the Contention decision on whether to Advance such rates essentially is one for rail cad management to make rallies than the inc. He agreed that the present rate seems Best adapted to the present economics of the carriers. Decline shortly after the decision the association of american railroads announced that total operating Revenue of class one railroads during March totalled $232,006,029, a decline of 25.8 percent below March 1937. The Revenue compared with $312,864,712 in March last year and $370,826,059 in the same month in 1930. Bring can you answer seven of these tee questions turn to Page four for he answers 1. Which stare first abolished the death penalty As a punishment for crime 2. For whom was the month of March named 3. Who won the recent Miami Biltmore open Golf tournament g in which geographical diet a Ion of the la. S. Is Delaware is it a violation of the Law to use government mall sacks for purposes other than mail 6 for what College degrees do a mus a Quot and Quot mus do stand 7. Who was Anton Dvorak 8. Name the chairman of the labor committee of the u. S. House of representatives 4. Name the largest of the stars. To. Are pythons poisonous today a common error Haver pronounce eclipse kiss say a Klipst. Tournament to be staged Here a duplicate contract Bridge tournament in which local i layers will compete for prizes offered in the world Bridge olympic will be held in the West dining room of the Sheldon Munn hotel at 8 p. M., wednesday it was announced thursday by Art Bowman on the same evening Bridge players throughout the world will play the same hands and the players making the most perfect bidding and playing of the hands will receive a number of Prises the top award being $10,000. Any system of play May be used plays is from boons and Perry will play with local Bridge player in this tournament and those wishing to eater May Call Bowman at 377. A a ii Lon Bonti put a the evening Standard said today col. Charles a. Lindbergh recently renewed for a considerably period the lease on Long barn. At seven Oak. Knt. A Ere his family has been living. Story county Relief Load drops to 116 Des Moines la. To Pic a March emergency Relief Load of 26,349 families virtually the same As a year ago w As reported today by the Iowa emergency Relief administration. The report showed a decline of 1,91 9 cases of 7 percent from the february 1938, total of 28,258 cases. A the major portion of this decrease is due to the larger number j of assignments to Wea during the month and to the decrease a the a p a marked incr Eai in reports from co District. However Sonal Tho March relic ties with Compart Ary included much hons of recent archaeological investigations a e a. Burgess in \ malty of Chicago a a cooperative research project in the study of distribution of insanity Quot Howell Atwood Knox College a the nature and scope of sociological research in the Midwest a Wak. Ley. A methods for Rural regionalism at the annual dinner Friday night O. Hertzler of Tho University of Nebraska president of the society will address the group on a american regionalism and the regional sociological taking part on the conference program saturday to be devoted to current research will be Oscar a Junek Central y. C. A College of Chicago a isolated communities Quot Hertzler a Tim typical life Cycle of dictatorships Quot Jitsuichi Masuoka University of Chicago Quot cultural changes among the japanese in Hawaii a and E. Lind Strum. University of Illinois on a topic to be announced. The two Day conference will close late saturday morning with a business session when the new president chosen Friday afternoon will announce his program and the appointment of committees. F. S. A. Vill Friley Kraschel on program Here Iowa workers in the farm seemly administration which has its state offices in the Adams building Here will Convene Here monday tuesday and wednesday of next a Acme telephoto although neither was a candidate. Gov. Henry Homer of Illinois left was the Winner and mayor Edward Kelly of Chicago Richt the loser in the Illinois primary election. Both Are shown As they cast their ballots in the election. Horner a forces smashed the Kelley nah domination of the democratic party in Illinois with an Appeal for Good government and against Bossis. Skirmish on Empett 2, rropr�,scam0r at show Here big . Navy keen interest shown in building usual Seal a Ort said to Load by councils for Gebru 1938 feb. 1938 Benton Black a w k Boone Cerro Gordo Clinton Dubuque Fayette North Lee Sruth Lee Linn Mahaska marshal Page Polk Scott Story 12 16 34 350 1,060 1,090 477 452 405 415 go i i 3,121 3 602 1,105 i 283 116 154 week for a state meeting it was announced thursday officials of the organisation will Register at the memorial Union will hold meetings in the Union at the downtown office at main Street and Burnett Avern a and it agricultural Hall Assembly speakers on the monday Tut eting will include or Charles e Friley president of Low t it my in j an address of Welcome gov n o. Kraschel r. A Smith of Indiana j Polis regional Fra lire tor and Milo Perkins of Washington assistant Fra administrator Smith will speak on the Quot Bevel opulent of the Fra program Quot and i Perkins will talk on a eth. Objects Ives of the Fra program other i speakers on the first afternoon program will include r k Bliss dire tor of the Iowa state Extension service Sarah Porter Ellis state j Home demonstration Lea let and w. G. Murray professor of a cot talks and sociology a banquet will be Beld in tile i great Hall of memorial Union monday evening at which i Louise m Rosen eld of the Ames of tee will serve As Toast mistress perk with one of the most skillful at tacks of the season Joe Coffey of Cranford a j., and William Daugherty of Galesburg iu., Iowa state College debaters marshalled their forensic forces against the Brilliant defense of the University of Michigan debaters Harry Tumi Derman arum Robert Rosa in the annual Spring debate in great Hall memorial Union. Wednesday night. Discussing the big Navy question the Michigan debaters upheld the affirmative Side of the Case by contending that the world is in a state of International anarchy that an adequate military strength is necessary to sae tills country from anarchy and that expansion of the Navy would provide the needed strength. Coffey and daughterly admitted the first two contentions of the affirmative but disagreed upon the Best ways of maintaining adequate military strength. They pointed out that according to the Vinson Bill now under consideration by Congress the phrase providing for the Protection of american Commerce and citizens in any part of the world would be sure to embroil us in War. They Niso suggested that the Navy was not he Best defensive military weapon but had most often been used in offensive warfare. Quoting statistics Daugherty said that the nay at the present i time was the strongest link in our i military defense while other phas of the Servile such As the coast guard and Foo soldiers were comparatively weakened by proposals f the Bill. The two sides clashed i on the Cut mar Active importance of planes and bombing equipment following the skirmish members the audience engaged in a Lively discussion Ai Tho question. Prof John a. Vieg of the history and i government department pre sifted the debate. State agriculture candidates announce Sioux City la. Keenan Sioux Cit the Iowa state co jury disagrees on charges of drunk driving the Ames municipal courts record of too percent of convictions on Drunken driving cases was threatened late wednesday when a jury of 12 disagreed and was discharged after seven hours of Dis Cussion of a Drunken driving charge. In the Case tried in the local court wednesday. Peter her land 33, of Radcliffe was tried for driving a car while intoxicated after he had pled not guilty when arraigned Here april i. Hetland was arrested Here on the night of March 31 after local police officers had chased Hetland for More than two Miles through Ames streets and had fina1fy stopped the Hetland car by shooting into the two rear tires. During the trial Hetland admit ted to the court that he had con see gifts Are being provided by i turned six or seven ounces of Gin those in charge of a number of j on the night he w As arrested and three Arnee police and two state Highway patrolmen attested that with More than 1,300 persons already registered at the second annual Home improvement show Here. Attendance at the displays in exhibit Hall at Iowa state College is expected to run Well Over the 2,000 Mark for the last Day of the show thursday. Persons in charge of the Many Booths in the show reported that visitors were showing keen interest in the variety of Home building and equipment articles on display. From the Quot number of questions asked regarding the products it was evident that a number of persons Are definitely planning to build or to improve their Homes in the near future continuing the abnormal building trend of the past few years. Booths while an orchestra will furnish music As the show closes thursday night. Ames concerns exhibiting at the show Are Hoversten furniture store Christensen hardware Montgomery Ward Carr hardware. Hanson lumber company Trimier Coal Aud fee company Shoeneman lumber company Edwards Coal company the to Ien store company Palmer plumbing company Muon lumber company Iowa a electric Light and Power company Ames Norge company Miller paint store i ish purr in and c tiding an a a Trie de a Lea a. To. It it a i store company Oan ? of t o is fut a a in 8 s Ames elation City of e and tin is Hetland was drunk when arrested. Altho the final status of the juror opinions was not mad known it was Learned that the jury favored leniency for Hetland on the grounds that he had Learned his lesson by the trial. Judge Y Luke reported that no or finite action had been taken yet regarding the Catling of a retrial of this Case by the county attorney Frank Lounsb Rry jurors in the Case were Lew Leggett Ells Bourne Shirley Gord re. H. Richardson. John a. Armstrong Elmer Adams Franklin Pettit. L p. Carter Merrill Randall de Cleary. John fit Stoup i Mons Herbert Paulson. To big spending 1 drive aimed at depression 20 billion potential expansion of credit Washington ubi a president Roosevelt proposed to Congress today a $4,512,000,000 Lerding spending credit expansion program that would launch the greatest Federal expenditures of the new Deal in a pump Primm drive against depression. The new program would boost Federal 1939 budget year expenditures to a minimum of 8,881,000.000 with possible spending Likely to top $9,000.-000,000 for the first time in peacetime history of this government. Largest previous Roosevelt spending budget was that for 1936 when $8,476,-000.000 was disbursed. By on the fact of today s proposals w hich would utilize every nest egg resource of government it could he demonstrated by arithmetical calculation that the budget deficit actually and ultimately would be increased Only a matter of $612,000,000. That calculation however put the future in the Best possible Light. The facts appear to be that the effect of this program on Treasury books depends on so Many factors it scarcely can be calculated accurately for the pre sent. Potential fiscal experts assessing monetary implications of the new Roosevelt program said it would provide potential expansion of the nation s credit base to allow upwards of $2u,000,000,000 new credit of Tiki calculation was Hassid on a Roosevelt proposal for relaxation of Bank Reserve requirements by $750,000,000 and new government spending of More than $2,000,000,-ooo. L ittle legislation would be required for the proposed program. The appropriation for new spending would he provided in an omnibus deficiency appropriation Bill. Minor amendments to the . Housing act and the Piva act would be necessary to allow new inane for Slura clearance and housing projects and to authorize pm a to lend Money to government subdivisions without interest. Revive tactics the president s plans would revive the tact s by which the administration aided business fro Ai the Depths in 1933. But associates said the net increase in the National debt would not exceed la 000,000,000. The f the too go or. 45 a Nellie Raincoat is injured in crash Mission tot Dudacy for Tion for Sec c. E. R filed Nomin Secretary Ai a reps it 6uh Genera or e. W a a member of sen at Ion rom ounce his can Loc re a in Nom Ina if state. In Hia Grove am contract it with fio Spital w orders rejected be Abc to h in i la Itei Moines. La. In h. Milch state into a lab j Whitnell Volt i driven is met ankle at 9 4$ when the 0 Cut in in Tihy Ames Wes id Ion wit in a get b. San Horst of in Way 69 one program would involve Ueo administrations $1,Leo,000,-d nest egg. Roosevelt working until rn., today to re shape his plans after conference with congressional leaders will go on the air at 9 30, Iowa time tonight to rally popular support for the new Deal against an Economy minded opposition which some persons be ii be includes vice president John n. Garner. General objective of the new plan was to increase National in a come in the next couple of years e present rate of $56, hmm to around �80.000,000,000 a in plan fell in three general 6 from yet cat i 1. I u pal it he 45 the rap army student flier is killed Randolph Field Tex. Cd As the of the of at c a ital had Lake driving was unable South bound Batten car going r police i stopped a left to a he my turn. Or the Quai pass by it in att i t far maintenance of Relief. 2, expansion of credit. 3. Revival of Public works and additional funds for certain Active new Deal recovery agencies. Lite tremendous continued of expansion of rage two in the Townsend club second Lieut Robert i. Ii Abt 26, Stu Dent of Leer in the be state thurs army a to whee r corps Bis pin was k i#4 Erat four m Dee w t of to air tar during Hubb n t Nikii a to w ii be Man of bom to v at new yet it re City w us a Tactual the v. Smi Iii a my. D ii no i the o f Emmi Ith for ins will talk on a a rho i Stem situation Quot tuesday morning Vvs e blatant regional director. On a problems in Reha d several me in by is of in ploy to my in no Juri tin Johns As will speak battalion. The College i us i acuity will give Short talks. A afternoon and wednesday Moi ing will in devoted to group the to lugs tor each in the state w in cml h Statuti be to erase it col i shut the ital super Belion Ovid also pointed out itunes of the Hospital my limited by Legisla. In a a d that Whit. J it Seemi a the n wage of the employee an too Low. ,. F. R they cannot a Twat a of ii Ferow who a and t0 work n the kick of flu. L la where the Pickin is easy Kraschel told the employees that j has better Luck than the one there was nothing to preheat them a who trusts a finance plan it from joining a it they Felt it App % i a i i i $ i a i $ a s % s i % it i. % % $ $ a aunt Lindy says would be Legal for the state jul would bely their cause. J work

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