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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Ames, Iowa This 18 National want and week april 17th to 34th special rates this week Only it in in Ames daily Tribune and times weather forecast generally fair monday night Cloudy tuesday. Temperatures Sun. 4 ., 74 Mon. 6 a. ., 40 2 ., 79, precipitation none vol. 70 no. 249 official Ames and Story county paper Ames Iowa monday april 19, 1937 United press wire service three cents asks dismissal of Harry c. White economies to be proposed by Roosevelt Calls conference on budget Relief message Washington a the White House said monday that it is a Safe Assumption that president Roosevelt a special budget Relief message to Congress this week will present definite economies in government spending for the 1937-38 fiscal year. Presidential aides declined however to estimate the savings which or. Roosevelt hoped to effect by cutting Down on unemployment Aid and retrenchment of expenditures. The development came As president Roosevelt faced with a mounting deficit for the current fiscal year called to administration and fiscal aides to the White House for a final late afternoon conference on the budget Relief message. Summoned those summoned to the White House to hear or. Roosevelt read the first draft of his message were vice president John n. Garner Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgenthau or. Acting budget director Daniel Bell speaker of the House William b. Bankhead Senate majority Leader Joseph t. Robinson sen. Pat Harrison d., miss. Sen. James f. Byrnes. D., s. C. House majority Leader Sam Rayburn d., tex. Rep. Edward to Taylor d., colo., and rep. Robert Doughton a. N. C. The conference was scheduled at 5 45 ., after or. Roosevelt returns from throwing out the first Ball to open the 1937 baseball season. Luncheon the president also will discuss the budget Outlook St a with Morgenthau and Bell. Morgen thu is a regular monday luncheon guest at the White House Bell was included because the budget Bureau is drafting final estimates for the fiscal year for inclusion in or. Roosevelt a special message. Fiscal experts monday forecast another $3,000,000,000 Federal deficit. Prediction of a $3,000,000,000 or More deficit for this fiscal year pointed toward a new tax Bill of the administration is to make Good its Promise of approximate balance of the budget in the next fiscal period. The alternatives would be Economy or an upsurge of income from existing rates. New demands business and congressional leaders meanwhile made new demands for government Economy Harper Sibley president of the it. S. Chamber of Commerce urged a Quot very moderate lowering Quot of the scale of Federal spending to permit modification of the undistributed corporate profits tax Law. Sen. Harry f. Byrd p., va., indicated that he favored Sharp reduction in the governments administrative personnel. He made Public preliminary studies by the Brookings institution undertaken for his Senate committee investigating executive agencies showing payroll costs constitute the largest item of administrative expense. Congress headed tor a showdown on retrenchment. The first fast of sentiment along that line May be reached monday when the Senate considers the Harrison Black Bill allowing $100,000.-000 to the states for educational purposes. Majority Leader Joseph t. Robinson of Arkansas led administration efforts to defeat the peace so. A weaker i or. Carter Harrison above Rector of Trinity episcopal Church Lawrence kan., will be one of the two principal speakers at the Ames peace rally wednesday. He and the Rev. Harry c. Culver of the first methodist Church of Mitchell s. D., will be heard on a Woi program at 2 15 ., at a Coffee forum at 4 ., in the Oak room. Memorial Union and at a general rally at 7 30 ., in the first methodist Church. They will also speak at several meetings in a number of Ames schools. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of there St questions turn to Page eight the answers. 1. Can the president Pardon any to who has been convicted of a Ime 2. Where is the China sea 3. Name the instrument used in ter mining the specific Gravity of Olds. 4. How is 1937 written in roman anaemia 5. Name the planetoid that a Taehee nearest to the Earth. 6. Whom did Jess Willard defeat win the world a heavyweight ring championship 7. Of which country in Cairo the Pital s. Who was Lilli Lehmann 9 where is the Island of trial Dio. What la a hybrid f Elm Lodge on rehabilitation group moves downtown the general exodus from Elm Lodge at Low. State College which has served for the past few years As Headquarters for several state agencies was started this week the Rural rehabilitation division of the resettlement administration including mine woofers wider the director of e. W. Lodwick has moved into rooms Over Hoversten a furniture store at the Corner of Burnett Avenue and main Street. J. Kleth Nell in charge of habilitation work for six counties in Central Iowa has also moved his office to this downtown location from Elm Lodge finishing workmen Are now making finishing touches on the remodelling of the former museum on the top floor of Morrill Hall which will be used by the soil conservation service. It is expected that this group will move from Elm Lodge to Morrill Hall by the end of the week. No report has been made to Date As to the future location of the Iowa state planning Board which last week became a permanent state Agency by legislative action. Dean h. H. Kildee of the division of agriculture chairman of the Board reported monday that the matter of location would be left up to the new Board which probably will be named by the end of the week. 90 boy her about 73 More acc youths from Kansas Are expected to join the acc Camp at Tho West Edge of Ames within the next few Days it was report monday. At the present time 90 Are enrolled Here and Are employed on the Forer by Nursery South of the College. It was also reported that positions for 6 or 7 local tradesmen Are available at the Camp and persons interested should apply to supt H. Ostermann. Iau Kappa Epsilon wins song trophy Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity was awarded the trophy for the Best group singing of the to Iowa state fraternize entered in the inter fraternity sing. The finals of a the sing were held in great Hall memorial Union sunday afternoon. Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Alpha Tau Omega fraternities won second and third places in the event judges were miss Rosaline Cook of Iowa state College music department prof. L. J. Murphy of the engineering Extension department and print Ai Robert Livingston of the Story City Grade schools. Contestants were judged 35 percent of spirit so percent on tone Quality 20 percent on intonation to percent on attack and release and 5 percent on appearance. Hinting victim Keokuk is. Of a Paul Carter 19. Montrose was accidentally killed sunday by i brother Dale la while Hunting near the Lee county poor farm. College Golf course will open in �?T38 it has been announced by George f. Veenker athletic director of Iowa state College that the 18 Hole Golf course on Iowa state s new recreational area North of the Campus will not be entirely open for play until apr1 1938. The opening for the course we As originally set for memorial Day or this year but the delay was caused when the arrival of three Miles of pipe for the underground Fairway system was delayed last sum Mer. When the pipe arrived and was installed it was too late to seed the greens and the tees. The course is equipped with a unique homeless Fairway irrigation system. At several Points along the pipes which run underground from the tee Down through the Middle of the Fairway to the Green of each of the 18 holes sprinklers Are fitted. Fairways except for the ditch that had been dug for the pipe Down the Middle of the Fairway have been seeded but the greens could not be seeded until this Spring when they could be watered from the irrigation system. The strips running Down the Center of the fairways where the pipe ditches were dug Are also unseeded. The seeding on these Aras should have grown sufficiently by next Spring so that it can be opened for play. A shortage of workmen has also delayed the construction work on the course. The club House a been completed but there is still work to be done on the two Bridges a Mower garage and a Caddy House. Kenney services in Des Moines believe Accident took place late Friday funeral services for Merlin Francis Kenney. 23, of Des Moines. Iowa state College student who was killed Here last weekend were held in Des Moines monday. The Railroad College and police officials saturday morning concurred in the opinion that Kenney was struck by a streamline train Early saturday a reconstruction of the Accident made late saturday night when Kenney a Roommate Alfred Antiproton of Mason City. Returned from a geology trip gave a somewhat different version. Ambroson reported to Dean m. Keiser personnel director that he had returned to his room about 2 a. ., saturday but that Kenney was not in the room. Ambroson was of the opinion that. Following a social evening. Kenney had gone for a walk North of the College to watch the streamline train which goes West thru Ames about 11 30 ., Friday. Ambroson believes that Kenney might have been standing on the North track of the Chicago and North Western Railroad As he watched the Streamliner go West and have been struck by a fast mail train which passed about the ame time going East. Blinded by the Light and deafened by the Roar of the Roar of the Streamliner it Nuey would have Ben unable to see or hear the other train. Also engineers on either train would not have been Able to see Kenney on the track because of the Bright lights of the other and therefore would not have stopped after the Accident. Kenney was to have met his father. E. M. Kenney in Lea Moines saturday to arrange an insurance policy necessary As Security for a loan so that Keuney a Junior in forestry could continue his school work. Kenney was engaged to be married. Registration for school elections to be closed soon Ames resident who have not yet registered under the City a permanent registration system should to before saturday if they wish to vote at the special school Bond Issue election May 5, it was reported monday. The deadline tor registration for the May 5 election is april 24, and the deadline for the May 12 elec Tion is May i. Persona May Reg ter at the City clerks office in the City Hall. Those who have registered for previous elections need net preregister. Charges Iowa insane Given Little care Breen pleads larger appropriation be made Des Moines auth care for Iowa a insane Wras charge 31. House votes to buy land for pig lab Des Moines up a the House of representatives monday reconsidered the Bill authorising expenditure of funds to provide a regional Swine Breedin Laboratory at Iowa inadequate state College and parsed it 66 to gunmen captured by Nebraska sheriff monday by Breen d., fort sen. Edward Dodge in a the Bill now goes to the Senate. The motion to reconsider was speech in behalf of his Amend nlroduee4 by rep. John Knudson. Meat to the Senate appropriations a a a a Marshalltown. Bill calling for adoption of the state comptrollers recommends it the measure would authorise the tons for Hospital for the insane. Hoard of education to spend the Senate appropriations com $44,000 from the Iowa state col Mittee recommended an approx lege permanent endowment fund privation of $300,000 for All hos to establish the Laboratory petals except the one at Clarinda. I the Money would be used to Pur for Clarinda an appropriation of Chase the 350-acre Henry f. Wood-$275,000 was recommended. A a Are we going to say to our insane. A abandon Hope Allye who enter Here a a Breen asked. May change earlier the Senate passed 35 to 0, a Bill providing that fill a ing station proprietors must Post their Oil and gasoline prices for 2 4 hour periods and must not deviate from them. The measure was amended to provide the filling station operator May change his Price if he finds his competitor has changed his quotation. In his plea for the comptrollers Askings for insane hospitals Breen said they would a not increase taxes Quot tax collections in Lucas Woodbury and Plymouth the hardest hit by last years drouth have been 93 plus this year a he declared. No Betis a i done to think there is anyone Here who wants to Start Economy in the insane hospitals. In some Ruff estate St Ames. Sponsors of the Bill said the Federal department of agriculture had agreed to furnish labor and funds for buildings on the tract. The measure was Defeated by the lower House last week. Manning not suspended by athletic body Des Moines it a Manning High school has not been suspended from the Iowa High school athletic association As reported by George a. Brown executive Secretary it was revealed monday. Brown announced the suspension april 7, explaining that the action was taken automatically because Amos c. Lee. Superintendent. In. , a a Quot a a of Manning High school became of them they Are getting butter a us Only once a week and at a hero j plated with the Hawkeye ath Kee there Are Only 80 cows to j5etic association a rival group. Furnish Dairy products for the Brown declared that notice of 1,700 inmates. J Manning s suspension a gent by a in some of the hospitals the j o. C. Varner Diagonal chairman patients can to fall out of bed be of the . Board of control. Cause they have no Beds. J Varner said monday a these conditions Are not a credit to the state a Breen con j jetty a t0 however. That he had never written such a eluded. Sen. Leo Elthon r., Fertile chairman of the Senate appropriations committee opposed Breen s amendment. A How can you senators elected on an Economy platform go against the Campaign promises you have made a he asked. No conscience ? a have you no conscience left a Elthon contended the committees recommendations were fair. A we Are not he said a and would like to everything possible for these in a the Only letter i Ever sent to Lee commented on the fact that Manning might be misleading some of the schools in this District and that they Likely would not be recognized at the next meeting Quot earner said. Lee said he was not informed of Mauning a suspension at the time Brown made the announcement Quot a i knew was what i read in the newspapers a the superintendent declared. Lee said he received a note from Varner saying should Homer Sylvester the diminutive sheriff of Plattsmouth neb., with his brother Cass left to right in upper picture captured the two Eastern gunmen below after the gunmen had shot their Way out of a trap set by Federal agents in the Topeka kan., Post office fatally wounding a Federal agent. Robert j. Suhay shown at right in the Plattsmouth jail and Gerald Lewis left were wanted for the $18,000 robbery of a Katonah n. Y., Bank. Federal agents had trailed them for weeks Laid a trap at Topeka. Suhay also was wounded in the gun Battle and the gunmen kidnapped a physician on the Way to Plattsmouth to treat his wound. At Plattsmouth they drove into an abandoned ferry Road surrendered to the Nebraska officer and his brother. $11,000 in Cash. Fortunate people. The state is Pond or caring for them adequately and they often live longer thru the Good care than those on the sen. B. C. Whitehall. R., Marshalltown pointed out that the difference in operating costs at Clarinda and the other state in-1 the Hawkeye athletic association was formed during the state High school basketball tournament Here last March in protest to alleged a a dictator tactics prac iced by Brown. Brown could not by reached tor statement monday. Martha Jane Ward sane institutions Lay in efficient a management of the Hospital. He said costs were kept Down and the Hospital farm was making a profit. Appalling a appalling conditions i said sen. Roy e. Stevens in of i turn a a member of the appropriations sub committee which visited the hospitals. Speaking of or. And mrs. John of. Eward of in behalf of the Breen Amend Phoenix ari., former residents of ment he said the sub committee Ames has been selected As co had found Only two nurses at valedictorian of the 1937 graduate i pleasant Hospital to care for eng class of the Phoenix High 1,600 patients. School he paid committee member. That Lward 1 mad upon the it. Were told patients could not be of com Prehn a a get lots it m Martha Jane Eward daughter Given a cure because of an inadequate medical staff. . Percent Merit record 20 percent and Scholastic ranking for the four year High school period 60 Pecan t. Martha Jane is editor of the High school paper the Coyote journal president of Parnassus club Secretary of the girls league and c. A. Iverson professor of or it a member of National Honor so Industry at Iowa state College defy has been elected president of the or. Eward formerly was a Mem Ames rotary club it was announce Jer of the animal husbandry faced monday at the noon luncheon of ult at Iowa state College the club in the Sheldon Munn hotel. Verne Young was named vice president and Ray Cunningham was reelected Secretary treasurer. The first two officers will succeed Paul Taff. Reynolds. Newly elected offices will be in stalled july 1. 71, Dies sunday was superintendent of buildings at i. S. William j. King to who had made his Home with or. And mrs. Tora Fultz 1212 second Street for the past 26 years died at the Mary Greeley Hospital at 4 30 In sunday. He was taken to the Hospital last thursday when he suffered a in Art attack. Or. King was born in Hamburg now a part of Germany on april 22, 1866. He came to Iowa about 62 years ago and a tried Bere in May. 1911. For a number of years he was superintendent of construction at Iowa state College during which time the gymnasium several dormitories. Additions to the veterinary building and Hospital were built he was last employed at the High school Fie id House but resigned from this position about five years a go when he injured Bis knee in a fall. King unmarried is survived by a sister in Germany. Futural services will be held at 2 In. Tuesday from Duckworths funeral Home with the Rev. Jack Finegan of the Church of Christ in charge. Burial will be in the Ames cemetery control Board member called Senate defers action until transcript is ready Des Moines up a a majority report of the Senate investigating committee monday recommended the dismissal of Henry c. White Vinton member of the state Noard of control As a incapable and unfit to discharge the duties of Hie those filing the majority report were senators Gillespie Mason Whitehall Lindy and Hart. It was understood that a minority report was prepared by senator1 Henry j Gruenewald the other member of the committee but to did not sign the committee announced the following findings a that h. C. White is incapable and unfit to discharge the duties of his office and that it is for the Best interests of the people of Iowa that be be removed and that a new appointment for that position to made. Quot it la therefore our recommendation that our report be adopted by the Senate and that the Senate recommend to the honorable n. G. Kraschel governor of the state of Iowa that he remove subject to the approval of the Senate h. C. White from Ibe Board of control and that a copy of this report immediately be messaged to the minority the minority report said a the testimony produced before this dives i gating committee was not so Che a 3f to authorise the removal for the eau sea stated in the code of Iowa. A it is therefore our recommendation that no action be taken for the removal of or. White from the Board of senator Mason a Democrat from Brooklyn demanded the investigation he had charged White with when captured they carried Gross neglect in connection with management of child welfare activities of the Days on motion of sen. E. P. Donahue the Senate voted to defer action on the committee report until a Trace script of the testimony can a made available to members of the chamber. This is expected to Taka at least three Days. If the transcript in ready before that the Senate will delay action on the report until the a proper tons Bill is passed. Mason charged that White had sanctioned recommendations of mrs. Lottie j. Compare a child placement agent for the Board wha was discharged Lait january. Defend White voted to retain lira compare while the other members of the Board e. H. Belton Indianola and Frank m. Stevens Garden Grove upheld Ber ouster. At the rime the charge were made White vigorously defended mrs. Compare. She did her full duty he said a while an agent she found Many Rotten spots and some of them happened to be in masons county Powes Beik. A a the Board acred As a whole in ail of mrs. Comparer Cavern i took of individual action in the during the inquiry the committee took testimony from is witnesses. A Large portion of the complaining witnesses came from Poweshiek and Keokuk counties continued on Page two social service league annual dinner tues. Charles Greeley member of the Board of the Waterloo social welfare league and miss Dorothy Crabb the leagues general Secretary will be the speakers at the annual dinner meeting of the Ames social service league tuesday evening at 7 30 1% the Sheldon Munn hotel. Or. Greeley has been a member of the Waterloo Board for three years. He is a member of the finance committee of the Beard and last year was chairman of a special committee to study personnel practice in private agencies. The Waterloo league is the Only entirely private social Agency in the state. Miss Crabb was formerly director of Relief for Dakota county minn., was for five years on the staff of the family welfare association at Minneapolis and was on the staff of the associated charities at South Bend ind. Mrs. Anger i. B. Dixon Field representative of the Iowa emergency Relief administration also will be Here for the meeting. The Public is ii tied to attend and individuals who have not been contacted by who Are Selling tickets for the dinner May make reservations until tuesday noon at Telephone 492, the league office. Ame girls named by Home economics honorary society Fin in Iowa state Coil go Horn president and Harlem economics student have been in hated into Pho Upsilon Omicron student Engineer on Chicago program professional Home economics honorary. They Are Peggy Schenk. Des Moines Mary Callison win terse Faith Danielson eur Worth Minerva King Meriden Olive Swanson Humboldt Cleo William Shoemaker of Sioux Willey Osage homemade Ali a City will represent Iowa stat col Ames Marian Rahn Wauwatosa lege in the student paper compost Wiec. Mary Elizabeth Humke Dutton at the sectional student Buque Beth Cummings ame Branch meeting of the american Doris Young. Cedar rapids Jean society of mechanical engineers in Ripple new Hampton Bettyjo Chicago today. Shoemakers Pap a Nindorf loin Jean sifts on the study of forces while mend Zumbrota Mina. Barbara punching holes in soft steel. I Filcher by. Louis to. All Ames High dramatic club alumni who Are attending Iowa state College will receive Elm la a ciliary tickets to the club s Spring play a outward bound Quot it was announced monday. Of any Alum of the club has not received a complimentary ticket mrs. F rce gaunt coach has Quested that he or the Call Doris Flange business manager of the play a special Section will be reserved for the alumni which will assure them excellent teats. A outward bound has necessarily a Small cast. Sudan changes from sparkling humor to unearthly emotion require intensive study by every character. Saxauer fined for Drunken driving Arnold Saxauer of Woodward monday morning pleaded gut y in i the Ames municipal court to Char gee of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was fined $100 and costs. I Saxauer was arrested on Lincoln Way saturday night by officer o. J w. Cox. Heads of humor Magazine named Robert crossly Pasadena calif., has been named editor and Maurice Mcmurray. Traer has been named business manager of the Iowa state Green Gander Burn or publication by the local Chap ter of Sigma Delta Chi National professional journalism fraternity. I aunt Lindy says folks sure go by extremes. Some of pm have to be drawn out in a conversation in some of pm have to be shut off

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