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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - December 3, 1935, Ames, Iowa Use classified ads to buy sell Exchange or Kent Tolan Liane Ames daily Tribune and times hive Sal in thamis territory weather forecast Cloudy tuesday night and wednesday colder. Temperature a Mon. 2 p. Rn., 32 tues 10 a. Rn., 26 2 p. Rn., 23, precipitation none a i % a a a a a a a vol. 69 no. 131 official ame and Story county paper Ames Iowa tuesday december 3, 1935 United press wire service three cents Mes Gas franchise vote Jan. 23 All workers in i a. To be Diven jobs Sais Hill work for 23 More in Ames provided tuesday Des Moines <13 a charges that the Iowa works Progress administration has failed to pro a vide employment for Many of the states needy were answered tuesday in the Promise of Iowa of a administrator l. S. Hill that All certified Iowa workers will be Given jobs. Hill made Public a county by county tabulation of spa employment and certified Job seekers. It disclosed that 24,792 of the 35,055 employable certified As eligible for jobs Are now at work. 21 projects tuesday approval of 29 projects in 18 counties brought the total of jobs created to 3 5,391. Among these were Story county sanitary sewers on Story Street and Ehm second Street Ames estimated number of men 23. Amount allocated 212, total Cost $10,357. Story county Story City development of 15 acre Park estimated number of men 31, amount allocated $.1,002. Total Cost $10,-001.50. A certified worker is one who was on Relief april i 1935 or was registered on Relief Rolls before november i 1935. Other projects Many certified workers have received and will receive work on other projects such As Federal soil erosion River development and Highway commission projects. The number of certified persons. The number at work and the percentage at work in Story and other Central follow if. Folk. Madison Dahis. Boone 207 a Story. 296 Parshall. Grand Champion a takes a bowl there was a wary look in this shorthorn steers eyes but otherwise he was the picture of dignity As he stood in the ring at the International livestock show in Chicago to be awarded the grand championship in the Junior feeding class. With him is his Youthful owner. Vincent Baker. 14, of Edmund Avis a Hercules Marshall a the proud Victor won from the largest competitive Field in the expositions history and will be matched against senior winners for the show s highest honors. International jury disagrees Kino promises Stock ribbons onid Naping firm won by i. S. C. Of child wife Sec. Wallace visits j�1�?� twelve Earnest w. A. Uttz men from the receiver of firm attacking aaa Chicago show jew fast Virginia Hills struggled for t tuesday Iowa state College continued to win a share of the honors tuesday at the International livestock exposition in hic ago As Stock shown by the College were decked with judges ribbons. Winnings of the College included Duroc fat Barrows a Champion and Reserve Champion. Berkshire Barrows a two thirds. Roland Barrows two thirds and a fourth. Hampshire a one fifth. Chester Whites a second third and fourth. Rambouillet and Hampshire fat sheep a Reserve champions. Dean c. F. Curtiss senior Agri cultural Dean of the College who raises Stock on his farm South of the College took fourth place with his entries in the class for two year old stallions and fifth in the class for free year old shorthorn bulls. Iowa counties at work pct. 7009 6307 90 293 67 23 269 104 3 7 207 76 36 296 108 36 529 we a a 349 65 Bio names Are on Bureau program 13,000 expected at Chicago meeting Chicago let in a convention Replete with important names and with president Roosevelt scheduled to Spak before them 15, banners and their wives will meet in Chicago dec. 9, to and la for the annual convention of the american farm Bureau f duration. It will be the 17th annual convention for the organization which claims to represent 6,500,000 Farmers thru put the country and in it some of the most important agricultural questions of the Day will be debated and prepare i for a Legisla live Campaign in Washington. Coming up for discussion will be the so called a commodity Dollar a thu aaa in its entirety the difference Between the farm and Indus trial prices indexes and most important to the individual Farmers ways and Means of boosting farm income. Large crowd expected president Roosevelt address will feature the opening of the three Day convention. Hailed by federation officers As i a the outstanding Friend and Cham the Public is invited to Hie free j Pion 0f the Farmer a the presidents concert. A Silv a offering will beads Fig coming of the first Day is Public school musicians to give concert the it net i t band and orchestra of the Ames Public schools will present a concert at 8 p. In. Friday in the fun d House in conjunction with a demonstration of the Junior training band i was reported monday by a d. Day director of band and orchestra in the schools. Corn moisture Content Breaks 8-y ear record Des Moines or a excessive moisture Content in Iowa scorn will cause a 2.8 bushels per Aero shrinkage in the estimated yield. Charles Reed Iowa weather and crop Bureau director said tuesday a moisture Survey of the crap completed november 21 revealed a statewide average moisture Content of 21.87 percent the highest on record in r n eight year period. The government estimates nov. I Reed explained indicated an average yield for the state of 37 bushels of Corn per acre in order for the crop to Grade no. 2, the moisture Content must shrink to 15 5 percent Reed said. This would indicate a Prodi Colon of 34.2 bushels Par acre rather than 37 bushels As previously indicated. Chicago annual 4-h club contest to determine americans Healthiest boy and girl wound up in a deadlock tuesday and the judges were forced to give Blue ribbons to four boys and three girls. The winners boys a Frederick Abel Gadsden Ala. Howard Cobb Greene n. Y. Charles Jordan Beloit. Ran. And j. Alton Rifle pleasant Hill to girls a june Cas Tine Ridgeway s. C. Louise Garrett Uriah. Ala. And mar Ion Mclaughlin. Trenary. Mich. Leonard Stuart of Lexington neb., was named Hay King of North America when his exhibit of a Bale of Alfalfa was awarded the championship of Hie show. Judges found even More difficile to in award Lur second prize. For the red ribbon award the officials decided five boys and four girls had run a dead heat. These winners included boys i Joyd Holderman Dunkerton la. Girls Myrtle sir land Decorah la paths Blue ribbon a 1,065 Pound steer owned by Cleo Yoder 19, of Wellman la., was selected As grand Champion steer at the International la v Stock Rhow. Seven Amateur acts taken. Director Day stated that the part of the Togi am presented by the Junior band will be of special interest As this band is the largest and Best balanced group Ever presented. Most of the players in this group j pack started playing late last summer j Tyty include but have made rapid advancement j Secretary Henry a. Wailace beginners in band and orchestra Chester c. Davis administrator a work hav e been taught in groups of from three to 12, reported Day. Expected to draw the largest Etten dance. But while the presidents address is the keynote of the meeting other nationally known names have been provide d to maintain the con Ricu Tural adjustment act rep. Clifford r. Hope of Kansas ranking minority member of the House com the fourth preliminary program in Tho Amateur contest being sponsored Here by the Ames theater i company w ill be held at the Capitol theater tuesday night with seven variety acts competing for Tho right to enter the final contest at the theater dec. 24. The Junior contest which was j held in conjunction with the theat. It program ended Friday tis got i but the theater contest will con-1 Tinus two More weeks after tuesday night s program and then a special final contest is Gill be held. Visitors for aaa 6 to i i n t e 1 n at n a l am i theater Union Stock Yards Chicago Rie a Secretary of a i culture Henry a. Wallace will he on Friendly ground when he the International livestock exposition tuesday. The average Farmer who has enough Money to bring a the wife continued on Page two Inis class method of instruction to minority member of the House cum-1 Elt it it a la tel eds cd new Here altho it has been success0n agriculture . Lbert and his German fully used in Many schools systems la Gintant 8ecretary of agriculture�11�?� including Jim Buck Gordon thru out the country. The Junior if. W. Peck comm Montr. Bank buy Lead on old he in Norman Ful band includes All be toners except i in cooperatives. Farm credit and met e<1 Filcher Lorav those studying violin and cello. A no Ini trat ton la. E. Wood president Stricker and his saxophone Edgar program by stringed instrument Seang Roebuck and co., and up. Level nil 8lnr of popular songs players will be presented at a later it Alau Goldsborough author of the Kyneth Neuron Impersonator Date a Goldsborough monetary amendment Kack Teiry guitar player and sing introduced in the last Congress. Or Leonard Farrell blues Singer women schedule speaker. Kenneth Warren Oil St for the associated women of the american federation who open their meeting i a Days before the convention proper an equally important list of speakers Lias been arranged. It includes can you answer seven of these i John g. Winant. Chairman of the test questions turn to Page two i Federal social Security Board a for the answers. Tharine Lenroot chief children�?Ts1 i. On which Island it int Phil Bureau of the United states depart-1 3 Thrift shop sales planned for december test your knowledge Money prices London up a the Pound Vas �4,934 tuesday. The Dollar Price was $34.7$ a. Gold sales were a s 4 5,000 1.70ftx,264 it e to c h francs were 74 13 16 to the Pound. I Pines is Tho City of Manila 2, what in taxidermy ? 3, in what body of water l Island of Lolly. 4, what is the to sir Iii fruit resembling the banana is cooked and eaten in till hopi Dartmouth Coll us Merit of labor Mary sin wind it nationally known lecturer Agues Samuel you president National education association or ii. Clifford advocate it of group Medicine chairman fwu the j Loo that i mrs. Emily Newell ii continued on p 5, where is 6. By what popular nickname was William s. Gladstone known in England 7 who were the Brothers Pinson 8 what is the common name Tot tetanus 9. Which state is Quot Cotton mat via in Law no Long is a Day i City hah Plavi Cedar Falls pipe a <65 too Gas Plant will be construe ted by the City next Spring it was Learned tuesday. The Plant will be Titi a to eed Jar gel y the r u s u rpm it a funds available in the Gas fund. For several years the City has nickname. Been haying a of wholesale Bmith present contract expire next Spring. D ays a we three Thrift shop sales will be held during december in the base ment of the Griffin furniture store at 400 main Street it was announced tuesday by mrs. Al sri ies it hair Titan of the Thrift shop Sale committee. Two regular sales will be held dec 7 and 21. Ami a special children s Day Sale will be he id dec 14. It was announced. At the Sale saturday dec 7. Men will have a special Opportunity to attend the two and a half hour with a strange problem of morality involving the childish love of a girl of six that flowered into nuptial love six years later and reported themselves unable to agree. They had been asked to decide whether William maven roman 34, who took a child from her parents when she was six cared for her for six years and then married her was guilty of kid a Ping. Their report was made to judge summer h. Sharp monday night. As a result roman returned to jail to stay until january when probably he will be tried again. His child wife now 3 4. Carried her one year old baby Back to the Home of relatives where she is living. A crude country courtroom monday became the theater for such drama As must have attended the traditional judgment of Solomon but it had no Solomon and therefore there was no judgment. While her half sister held her baby mrs. Roman pretty dark haired and despite her maternity a child with a childish appearing body. Assured the earn St faced miners and labourers in the jury Box that she had left Home with roman when she was six because she loved him and that she still loved him. Quot i loved him and i wanted continued on Page two la at annual feb Tiball feed h. S. Players coaches guests of Jaycee the third annual High school football banquet was Belli at 6 p in. Monday in the Sheldon Muon hotel with members of the Ames High school team and other teams in the Central Iowa conference a guests of the Ames Junior chamber of Comerce sponsors of the annual affair. About 130 football player coaches officials and towns people attended the banquet. Following the dinner Edblom introduced Laud Coykendall who served As toastmaster. Coykendall introduced mayor w. A Allan who welcomed tile visitors to animus and complimented the Ames players on their successful season. Ray Dattels Ames High coach gave the response and introduced members of be ame. Team and coaches from the other schools. Coaches in turn introduce their players. Schools represented by eluded borne. Ames Marshalltown Newton Oskaloosa and Perry. Football from the official s standpoint was discussed by William Johnstone Boone who has served As official in Many High school games. Following Johnstone stalk members of the Ames Board of Edu cation present were introduced As was Ike Hayes past Captain of the Iowa state College football team. Clarence gust be newly elected Captain and members of the col lege athletic staff. Entertainment for the program was furn she by the c. J. Halberg and his German band. In the final speech coach George Veenker director of athletics at Iowa stat discussed tile attitude a of football players and tile effects of winning or losing games. Aid to league urges cooperation of members on penalties Lyndon Tun a in speech from the throne of the House of lords at the state opening of parliament tuesday read in i absence by the lord High Chancellor the King committed the country to 1. Firm support of the l ague of nations. 2. Fulfilment in co operation with other countries of the league covenant with its Artic Xvi providing for penalization of a War maker. 3. Exertion of its influence in favor of an Ibadan ethiopian acceptable to Italy ethic Pia and the league. 4. A urgently necessary Quot Strong then Long of the National defences in order to full its International Obi Gat ions under the covenant and to safeguard the Empire. Sale from in a. Store will be c will reopen tor i p. In. Students to present operetta at s. City Cabinet works to enforce resistance Rome ult Premier Benito mus Solini and his Cabinet fighting grimly to defeat the strangling put Nalii a of the league of nations devoted themselves completely to internal affairs tuesday at their second meeting in 72 hours. A sew n Page communique listed a number of minor decrees intend cd further to strengthen the a Lineal resistance to the league. There were new measures to prevent profiteering and hoarding by business an d individuals. Penalties were provided for both offences. One decree created an Institute for research into and exploitation of italian Metal mines. Another provided for regulation of the extraction of Light oils from Coal. Diplomatic quarters at once expressed Surprise if mild. In View of last minute hints that there was no reference to foreign policy or the International situation. But Hie Cabin t seemed absorbed in its Effort to strengthen the country in Prospect of a Long resistance. Ilza Niemack to play with Minn. Orchestra Sun. Miss Ilza nit Mack concertina a r of the Iowa state College symphony orchestra will play the Ernst violin concerto in f Sharp minor with the Minneapolis sym Villiam m. Butler above co receiver of the Hoosac Mills corporation which challenges the constitutionality of the aaa processing levies and floor taxes is the former Republican National committee chairman and senator from Massachusetts. Calls shooting of son Accident plea that the shooting of her son Jesse jr., in their Santa phony Orch sirs Sun any afternoon Barbara calif., Home was an a in Northrop bal St Minneapolis incident will be her first appearance with the orchestra. Till engagement at Minneapolis climaxes a Busy week for miss Niemack who will give a recital at t Ibn in. To no n. The j d at Coon but j e regular Ait a Story City students of the Story City schools will present on dec. 14. At i p. A a Al it their annual operetta a the map gifts donated by the faculty worn a lain of Plymouth at the Story in s club will i time children will i Unity choose Dot mrs Stiles has Roqu int bring the ii cd children a Day pro bring them fur the when la it of space persons wishing t is for the coming Quested to Lei Pine following committee evening sirs Stiles 122 j mrs. J. G. Hummel 1709j. Mrs. G. An Godfrey isl mrs. It Illo a 1539j. Mrs. F v fish from these sales do be Weed in the Pur Chase of shoe snit stockings for needy children. At which theater thursday at 8 p. In. It is a comic opera in three acts and the. Cast and choruses Haw been chosen from the High school glee clubs and the eighth Grade an orchestra will s Lay the overture and selections Between acts. Those in the principal cast Are Kenneth Erickson Truman a of it son Arnold Anderson Alvanos Fern Johnson Richard Mun Seit Howe Jerome Baldus Dorothy Donhowe Ruth Lee. Jean the or son Elaine of pedal Betty Ann Donhowe. Burnetta Severaid. Flier will of choruses of sol 1&Quot Sal lore indians Sod Puritan Ai u sad Maiden. Held have flu of pop a sired articles tested i Titi pats Bidi a fur this Gram hut not Reginai Sal is ii Handicap. To don16 anti i Sui h ate re any Ort of the by thursday will be made by mrs. Dorothea Livermore above and the victim if he recovers is expected to he Lier chief trial witness. Despite the first charge that the divorced wife of the Wall St reel plunger shot the Lait Hampton thursday evening in and j in a drinking Row the defense coition to her regular schedule of denies any drinking or quarrel two rehearsals with the College or before the tragedy Chestra and her private lessons in a a a the College music department. To tip Ernst concerto w As revues cd by or. Normandy because of Beautiful melodies Arni tile remarkable technical difficulties it displays. Miss Niemack plans to Fly to Minneapolis saturday evening in order to be their for the sunday morning rehearsal. While in Minneapolis she will both guest of mrs. Carlyle Scott manager of the orchestra at i or Home. Miss Niemack came to Iowa state this fall to take the position of concertmaster of the orchestra. Lloyd Defore May lose left Eye As result of Accident Jim it. Re in a Don Havnen Alma Alsager Peggy Dale. A sell it Lloyd ill i Liti sight in i suit it get curved a fore a i Row in Western i de fut Movlud j tic Aud la it fore 828 Douglas probably a ill lose the his left Eye As the re in Accident which Linchis to nitty w Hiie de i working we tel a Sec met n Chi a go in North tis Here. A was assisting in re Spike from a Railroad was driving a claw bar hit Star under die rail when a pm ice of the Spike evidently chipped off by the Star flew up and him in the left Eye. The by piece of the the arks Junior chamber of Commerce w ill hold it a annual election of officers wednesday night a the regular meeting in the club rooms at the Sheldon Muon hotel. The meeting will be Calic to order i at 8 p. In. The nominating committee has named the following candidates for the various offices hut other May be made Lorn the to Cor for in Biden John frat her and j. S Mcclaren executive v ice president Carl Briley Al Farber Anc Wayne Cupps fir vice or is Dent. Ray Van meter Francis Huntley and Harry Brugh seers tary Elgin Smith amt White j treasurer Paul noun. George duo tap reorder i aug 1 Aud Dale Pollock. Clipper Bucks storm Wake Irland i a pan in a lean airways a tuna Clipper landed Here rims., after a i admin in new ordinance is drawn up by Council monday company would not be Given exclusive privilege the City co Ait of i monday night adopted on its first Reading a 25-year Gas franchise ordinance giving the Iowa electric Light and Power company the right and privilege to furnish Gar to the City of Ames and set lie Date for the special franchise election at Jan. 23, 1936, the franchise ordinance gives the Iowa electric Light and Power company the privilege altho not the exclusive privilege to Quot establish maintain and operate a Gas works in said City and to operate and maintain a system of Mains pipes conduits feeders and necessary appurtenances for the manufacture of ya.4 within the corporate retains rights after considering a Section giving the City an option at five year periods to Purchase the Gas works Mas pipes and other properties involved Purchase to be made upon the serving of a six month s written no ice. The Council voted u ,1 up this Section. The Council then adopted the following Section giving the City control Over possible Purchase of the Gas properties a nothing herein contained shall deprive he City of Aims Iowa of any rights it May have under the statute to acquire the property of the grantee or Acy part thereof at any time state statutes give the City Power to Purchase Public Utility properties thru agreement or condemnation proceedings at any time it Tail be or the franchise Grants a Are City fail pre Lection from damage to City lines underground and absolves the City of any damages which might incur in the construction or operation of Gas equipment As was customary in the past under the old franchise which expired in May 1954, the City has the Power to regulate the Gas rates and service under the terms of the new franchise any person desiring Gas service we re the Mains Are in front of or adjoining the property the company will furnish service pipes from the main to the lot line with expense to the customer. A charge will be made for the line from the lot line to tue Gas meter. Company to pay Section five of the new ordinance mates that the grantee a shall not take in it consideration any value for the franchise herein granted except such sums As the grantee herein May have actually expended in connection with the procuring of the franchise the Cost of franchise election will be bored by the Iowa electric Light and Power company and a statement of the election expense must be filed with the City clerk within so Days after the election. The no a ordinance was approved on i s first Reading by the Council after considerable discussion had taken place Over the future possibility of the City purchasing part or a1 of the Gas equipment in to the ordinance must be read and approx i cd three times before it becomes Active and to the Case of i an Ordin Nee concerning a Public Utility As is True in this ease the ordinance must be accepted by a majority vote of the City electors before ? becomes effective. I Dollar opening Paris i pm the american Dollar opened at 15 la francs tuesday is591 rents a franc. The British Pound opened at 74.77 francs ? ran t in a pm on a i a he will a it chief Cui flight from Guam along a Tram ail was Cut and a Ocean engr be flailed by a do my steel lodged in Back rainstorm and buffeting head winds the big ship commanded by map Edwin c Musiek cd in. Fat 13 hour. 47 Minuter. 17 minute behind schedule if re deter As placed fur t Hica i of w Here Ai a treatment by Ltd of of the Railroad aunt i indy says what other nations own us runs into big Fig Urs mostly i Jura of speech

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