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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - December 4, 1935, Ames, Iowa Use classified ads $ to buy sell Exchange or Kent j Telephone 2400 Ames daily Tribune and times Universal in the Ames Teeri Toey vol. 69 no. 132 official Ames and Story county paper Ames Iowa. Wednesday december 4, 1935 United pres wire service weather forecast increasing cloudless wednesday right and thursday warmer. Temperatures tues. 4 p. Rn., 27 wed 6 a. Rn., 21 2 p. In. 34, precis Patio no none. I % a i % a % f 4 4 three cents207 at work on Story w. P. A. Jobs Voder owner of Champion steer to attend i. S. Wellman boy Winner of highest Honor Chicago a a University of Nebraska team piling up a score of 2,392 Points out of a possible 2,700 won the tenth intercollegiate meat judging contest at the International livestock exposition wednesday. Teams from ten other state institutions competed. Runner up with a score of 2,-353 was Kansas state College Iowa state College finished third. F at u. B. Church Cleo Yoder exhibitor of the grand Champion steer at. The International is distantly related to Lester Yoder of Ames assistant professor of animal chemistry and nutrition at Iowa state College. Begins 3 will speak Mike Mercurio i his fight with at dedication is acquitted i s. E. Wednes. Of p. O. Mon. J in seals Case Tow per of two it whom re q j says the i veil known in Ames will be the j a t j nation s Best in 4-h club work x Union Stock Yards Chi Gago or a Cleoe Yoder 19-year-old Wellman la., farm boy tuesday triumphed Over the biggest breeders of Fine cattle in North America to win the grand championship steer award most coveted Honor in american Stock raising. It was the is cond time in the history of the International livestock exposition thai a Junior exhibitor has won the Honor. The winning steer was paths Blue ribbon a shiny Black 1065-Pound Aberdeen Angus. College fund the Mon y be gets from Sale of the steer will finance his Way to j colleges Iowa state College at Shirley Bennett Boone i h girl tuesday to a awarded a Blue ribbon for her entries in the children s garments class in the j h girls division at the International livestock exposition in Chicago. Vivian it Debaugh Jefferson won first with her Complete 4 ii girl costume. Ames Yoder said tuesday night. If the steer brings As much Perju it und we n sold at auction thursday As last years Winner the smiling youths College fund will total $3,195, last years Winner paid $3 the Pound to its owner. Yoder Clad in fad d Blue or continued on Page five a car men will be feature of faculty club dinner thurs. A presentation of tire opera a car men will feature the program of tin All faculty and Extension service dinner which will be Given by the faculty women a club thursday evening at 6 30 in great Hall of the memorial Union. Ticket will remain on Sale thru wednesday evening. They May be secured Only at the main desk of the Union. Mrs. La. J. Plagge is directing Tho operatic production and members of the club and their husbands Are taking the various parts. A a a a the Rev. G. L. Edie above Field Secretary of York College. York neb., assisted by Guy of Ordway former coach of the school will present a picture Quot reflect scope pictures a at 8 p. In. Thursday at the United Brethren Church Here. The Rev. E. L. Shaffer pastor of the Church has extended an invitation to All persons in Ames who wish to attend this meeting. No admission will be charged altho a free will offering will be taken report Standard Deal with Italy i Eagle labels news a pro Ganda i rooms do a Premier Benito Mussolini Ujj Reeung assured of an adequate Supply of Oil no matter what the league of nations May do. Was reported wednesday to be worrying no longer about an Oil embargo that May be imposed against Italy before Christmas. This Confidence the United i press learns is due to a gentle menus agreement reported in in a impeachable sources to exist Belt Ween the italian government and the society Italo americana Del Petrolia a subsidiary of the Standard Oil of new Jersey. The agreement provides 1. The subsidiary would Supply Italy with Oil from Roumania and other sources outside the United states upon application of a league embargo. 2. In return the company would be granted a 30-year monopoly for the Supply of Oil to Italy and its colonies above the amount produced in italian territory or in Albania across the Adriatic. 3. A probable credit of 1,000,-000,000 lire $81,000,000 for the Purchase of Oil to be arranged thru the subsidiary with the Parent company. 4. The agreement to be effective Only if and when the league applies an Oil embargo. I tenia of the agreement was anticipated hut it was expected to have important repercussions in Washington and Geneva. But the news was checked carefully for Siree Days before this dispatch was written and the United press correspondent is confident of its veracity. Walter cd Teagie president of the Standard of company of new Jersey denied tile agreement emphatically to the United he said it huge salaries paid to executives Are revealed Washington or a Michael j. A a Mike met ban one of the most spectacular Wall Street operators of the Century begins his Battle with the securities and Exchange commission wednesday which May eventually t St the commissions Powers Over regulation of Security markets. At 2 p. In. Meehans lawyers will argue before the entire commission for a new Bill of particulars and a change in venue to new York in the commissions order that the operator show cause Why he should not he suspended from the country a three largest exchanges for alleged Stock manipulation. New problem the Meehan Case Brot a new problem before the commission shortly after the major part of the Public Utility Industry had defied the Cora miss on a Powers to regulate its business. The Utility fight now has shifted to the courts end a possible test of the secs Powers Over markets May be the outcome of the Meehan Case. In its original order the Sec said it had reason to believe that Meehan had operated in Stock of the Huch a manner As to give a misleading appearance of activity in the shares. Heavy gifts meanwhile the Sec resumed its practice of providing i eater publicity for corporation affairs with the release of heretofore confidential salary information of 22 companies. Among the were huge salary payments to officials of the general motors corporation and the Corn products refining company. In a report on Security trams in j Thna by a a insiders during october the Sec also revealed heavy sales and gifts of securities by some of the country s largest financiers and industrialists. The general motors report show a hat Alfred p Sloan jr., its j principal speakers on the dedication program next monday when the new $165, Ames Post office will be dedicated and an open House will be held for persons wishing to go thru the new building at Kellogg Avenue and sixth Street. The Days program will close with a dedication dinner at 6 30 p. In. In the Sheldon Munn hotel. Judge Hubert Utterback Des Moines congressman for the sixth District and Floyd m. Williams Washington d. C., Liaison officer for the Post office and Treasury department and w. E. Reynolds Washington d. C., assistant director of procurement Treasury department will be the main speakers on the dedication program in the first methodist Church definite time for the afternoon dedication program has not been set pending word from congressman Utterback. Congressman Utterback is Well known to Ames persons thru his political connections As congressman from this District and As an Active worker in several organizations and lodges. Floyd Williams a former Ames. Man is the son of mrs. Carolyn Williams 622 Clark Avenue. The official committee in charge of the dedication is composed of mayor w. L. Allan postmaster l. Tilden and congressman Utterback the latter being chairman of the committee. Ames Organ rations taking part in the program Are he rotary club kiwanis club. American legion and the Junior Cham Ber of Commerce. Tickets for the dedication Dinn rare now on Sale at the Ames tru to and savings Bank. Union Story Trust and savings Bank and the College savings Bank. Girls glee club will give Carol service sunday president received aggregate Corn-1 the Annua candlelight card sensation of $201,744 in 1934. Cora-1 Gervice by the Jowa state College prising $118,800 salary $82,744 girls club under top direction of miss Rosalind Cook will be held whole thing is a mess Des Moines or a Rich Anderson investigator for the Iowa liquor control commis Sion was dismissed from employment by the commission wednesday afternoon. Anderson was discharged by the commission within four hours after Mike mercuric alleged Bootlegger had been acquitted of perjury charges in connection with the investigation of the source of state liquor seals recovered from Bootleg sources. Members of the liquor com Mission late wednesday were preparing a statement Outlin ing the grounds for Anderson s dismissal. Des Moines or a Mike mercuric Central figure in an invest to t gallon of a leak which permitted achievement champions of All 4-h clubs in the nation a ill Lam e. In n liquor commission to us to o. Good hop. Ski fall into hands of bootleggers Wash Das award for their outstanding work. Pres Quot of in Len was made at the International livestock show in Chicago. Hamilton has won 35 prizes with his livestock and Corn exhibits and miss Tate 114 prizes with her food dishes Canning and sewing. From the general motors management corporation and $200 director f is. William s. Knudson a vice president was paid $211,138. More than $100,000 while 89 $20,000-a-year employers were receiving an aggregate of $2,869,511, ten of the general motors of Fly is received More than $100,000 each. Among these were Donaldson Brown $134,687 Lawrence p. Fisher $125,219 William a. Fisher. $110,569 Richard h. Grant $118,802 Charles f. Kettering. $140,495 James d. Mooney $118,306 John l. Pratt $134,527 and John t. Smith. $125 212. Corn products refining co. Reported that its president. George m. Milf it. Received $144,750 last year in compensation. Two vice presi j dents Frederick t. Fisher and George s. Mohana received $121,-500 each. Six other of Fie is received an aggregate of $200,150 and eight employees an aggregate of $224,125. Money prices London dec. 4. Or a the press in new York. Pound was $4.93 1-2 wednesday was impossible of fulfilment and Gold wag 14o shillings la 1-2 a nce i sounded Uke a piece of a a preps a ounce and the Dollar Price was $84.78. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page five for the answers. 1. What does the word gospel mean 2. What is the name for the ancient religion and mythology of the japanese a what in Ozone 4, name the largest Island in the it., ten. 5. Not wrote a stud in Bear Jet Quot to is is the source of tile quotation i he undiscovered country Nom whose Bourn no traveler returns a 7. In v High South american country is the City of Cap Apo 8, who was Richard Mansfield 9, thru which two states does the Cumberland River flow ? 10. In t a. Law or contract a u an instalment Purchase serous the question was asked in some quarters whether disclosure of the agreement might prevent its fruition. Elsewhere us effect on the proposed Oil embargo of the league was discussed Inas j much As Oil producing nations in the league while ready to impose an embargo Are ready to do so Only if they have the tacit sup a continued on Page two j run a a a a Candle service to be held thursday a aria Mas Candle lighting Servile will by held from 4 to 5 a m. Thursday at the first methodist lurch As the first step in the Church Observance of Christmas. All won Enaud girls Are invited to this program which will open i tue an Organ selection by mrs. Harold Giebelstein. Hymn singing w ill be Lead by mrs. W. E. Jones j while mrs h i. Young full sing a Solo and of. A Mcdowell will present a Haip Solo. A the other Wise Man a a Christmas Story by Van Dyke will to read by mrs. Beaman Knapp after w hit h the Candle lighting ceremony will take place mrs waiter Morgan a ill deliver the consecration prayer at she close of the prot Gram i. S. People at vocational meet this we. Nine members of the Iowa state College staff Are attending the annual convention of the american vocational association in Chicago this week. They include we h. Lancelot and h. It. Hamlin vocational education Cora b. Miller Regina j. Friant mama e. Turner. Hazel b. Mckibben. Helen Hunter and Mary s. Lyle Home economics education and m. A. Sharp agricultural engineering miss Lyle miss Friant and or. Hamlin will appear on the pro Gram. De amp i h. H. Kildee of the agricultural division will address Iii agricultural Section Friday or. Hamlin is chairman of the agricultural Section program on a charting the future to be held saturday morning lit ii on the panel i or a discussion of a your philosophy of agricultural education. He is attending meetings wednesday of the committee n j research and the teacher trainers subsection. Miss let in w ill report on Progress of out of school work with Rural j youth in Iowa she and miss k l ant w ii report on research studies in Home economies afternoon at 4 30 at the collegiate presbyterian Church. Ona Searles Lantz will be at the Organ and Dorothy Stearns of Ames will play the violin. The program follows invocation. Or. Walter Barlow. A to come Allye processional Reading. Quot the Christmas Story Quot Joan Johnston. A Flo How Roseen or Bloom lug 16th Century arranged by Praetorius. Quot bring a Torch. Jeanette Isabella old French. Quot what child is this a Kentish arranged by Mansfield the adoration of the shepherds catalonian arranged by Schindler. Quot away in a Manger arranged by verse. A the Virgin at the crib arranged by Montan Ilouise Coates of Ames. Quot Lullay thou Butle tiny child Coventry a ranged by annoy in a Manger j a Kingsley Quot Carol of the russian children a White Russia arranged by Gaul. I Quot Gesu Bambino von Isabella j Palmer of ame Quot Grasmere Carol some Well. Quot a Cradle song of the blessed Virgin Quot Bambi now. A once in Root a i Daudy pc City Gauntlet recessional. Benediction or. Barlow. Dollar Oak Ning Paris Eric the Dollar opened at 15.18 francs wednesday 6 587 it neg a franc. The British Pound opened at 74.87 francs acquitted wednesday of perjury charges. A verdict for acquittal was interned by a District court jury of j nine men and three women at i 10 40 a. In. They had had the Case under consideration since noon j tuesday. Mercuric whose Story of Patella sea of liquor commission seals from lieu r Contr. I commission chairman Bernard Manley resulted in his indictment on charges of perjury grinned broadly As he received the verdict. He made no comment 7-5 indicated the reputed Des Moines Bootlegger state liquor Stamps to a Polk county grand jury a. After 17,500 seals had been recovered from unauthorized j holders. I As a result of his testimony the bad of tile Iowa liquor commission was indicted on a charge of violating the Iowa liquor control act. Merodio disappeared on to a of Manley a trim. With its key witness missing the states Case against Manley collapsed Ai d Tho court directed a verdict of acquittal. Reports from the jury room when deliberations were resumed Early wednesday indicated that the jurors stood 7 to 5 for acquittal. One juror was unde stood to have declared that a the whole thing is a rain delaying i some in so. Counties have not started Des Moines eco a heavy Rains exceeding one Inch Over Moat of the state nov. 27 caused Furtat told his Story of purchasing or delay in husking the states Corn crop. Federal weather Ani crop observer Charles d. Reed said in Hie weekly crop bulletin wednesday Northern counties. Reed said have it la bunking remaining to be done but in Southern counties not even a beginning Bas been made in Many Fields. The rain of last week. Reed said fell when Frost was out of the ground so that the moisture soaked in fully. The Roll he said is now saturated to a depth of three feet or More. Winter wheat Rye. Pastures Meadows. Alfalfa and new seedlings Are entering the Winter in Good condition with ample moisture heed conc idea temperatures in Iowa will moderate wednesday night and thursday in the Wake of Sharp cold which gripped the state tuesday night. Reed predicted thai wednesday nights temperatures will remain in the upper 20� in nearly All portions of the state Cloudy weather j be said win continue thru Wei j mesday and thursday. The Milder temperatures prop Abl will be accompanied by Snow in southwestern portions of the state thursday afternoon Reed said. Snow flurries were reported from Sioux City and other Northwestern Points tuesday night and Early wednesday. Tuesday nights coldest tempera torn recorded at weather Obser a lion stations was 8 degrees at Charles City. The maximum tor tuesday was 38 degrees recorded i at Keokuk. Northwestern Iowa Wall have a minimum temperature of 2f de i Glees wednesday night. Reed said. I northeastern Iowa will have a minimum of 54 and other portions of the state a minimum of 30 degrees. Des Moines or gov. Clyde l. Herring wednesday said he hoped count officials and state liquor commission divers Quot got to the Bot Tom of the liquor sea is mystery As soon As possible the governor said a the people of Iowa Are entitle to know exactly How those seals found their Way into bootleggers hands. I understand i i Akers of the liquor commission enforcement Bureau has additional information in this respect. I Hope he makes it Public As soon As safety will be discussed Sun. By la. Leaders Des Moines . Clyde i. Herring mrs. Alex Miller Secretary of state and executives of More than a dozen statewide civic clubs will meet next sunday to Dauncy a five year safety program in Iowa j Harry Nestle assistant chief of the Iowa Highway patrol and stale safety chairman for the american legion said the meeting is being held for inking the program with the suggestions of the National safety Council. The goal of this organization is a 35 percent reduction in Highway fatalities during the safety Quot five year plan among Hie state organizations participating in the program Are the Farmers Union and auxiliary federation of women clubs farm Bureau federation automotive merchant s association Iowa federation of labor Junior chamber of Commerce kiwanis Lions and rotary clubs motor clubs of Iowa police chiefs association sheriffs association United commercial travellers state department of Public instruction state Highway commission and the Parent teachers association. Pay a Ames engineers at meetings in Washington do a half dozen members of the engineering facility of Iowa stat Colage Are in Washington b. Wednesday where they will speak before the annual meeting of the Highway research Board of the National research Council wednesday thursday and Friday Anson Marston senior Dean of engineering will report on the pro Gres St of the study of the coordination of transportation agencies in Iowa Robley Winfrey bulletin cd tor of the engineering Experiment station now it leave of absence will report on a study of the Are vice life of Highway pavements. In Rof a j. Gilkey head of the theoretical Aud applied mechanics department will present a report As chairman of la committee on the ii in High elastic inuit steel As Concrete reinforcement a paper on stresses in Concrete pavement Slit be will be Given by m a. Spangler of the Experiment station staff a report on Quot gasoline consumption and average speeds for a privately owned car Quot will be presented by prof. Eur g. Faustian of the civil engineering staff and prof r. A moves Algo of the Civ tie a Way commission at Ames site Are i sintering staff will report on a the j attending the meeting. 2 More deaths add to record car toll Dos Moines or a two men met death in automobile accidents in Des Moines tut Aday night and Early wednesday adding to a motor crash toll which Bas exceeded the record f r Ai previous year top of Des Moines v. As his Auu in b a hurtled h Early wednesday at f Des m a James ,3 killed when hts a j the rear of a parked a tidying District of the work of getting old toys Back in of Good order for distribution to less fortunate children of the Cliv at Christmas time is Well underway at the Antes City Hall legion Hall and Varia of private shops about the City according to de Cleary general chairman of the Tov shop commit be of the Arnett can legion which is sponsoring the project any person h a ing it of i on s which they wish to Dot ate to the shop May take them to the fire station or Call Guy Rinehart 1746 w and he w ill see they Are collected children As Well As grownups will be Given an Opportunity to co operate it the project wednesday dec la. When a special children s show is held Ai the twin stat theater. Price of admission to this show will be one toy either new a used. J. I Bur Kird woes into a Ditc he Edge hours Taru gift Iurii v. Crashed int car la an City. Ton mite basis tor allocating motor vehicle Bart Myers Engineer of materials and tests and Mark Morris re search assistant of the Iowa Hirv in employed on i. S. Peay area 20 near Nevada five programs absorb 70 percent of co. List starting of two More spa projects in Story county monday and tuesday of this week brings the total spa employment in the county to 207 persons it was reported wednesday by George Prichett Field supervisor for it a with 207 men and women now working on spa projects the percentage of workers is now 70 percent of the 296 listed on the county certified list As eligible for spa work. The two new projects started Are the development of the recreational area not the of the Iowa state College which now employs of men and the improvement of the Road leading to the Iowa sanitarium in Nevada. The latter project on which 20 men started work tuesday includes the Extension of fire Protection to the sanitarium. So to la added other projects already under Way and the total number now employed Are soil erosion project Southwest of the College. 125 Story county men Ames Field House recreational area. 28 men Ames sewing room project in Louise Crawford school 18 women. Prichett reported wednesday that while Only 16 men Are now working on the recreational area North of the College. 20 More men will be added within a Day or two. And the project is expected to he up to its quota of b s men within a Short time. This project is a continuation of the work started last Spring by a acc group. Building greens the spa workers will be engaged in building greens for the Golf course constructing Small Concrete Stone face Bridges building picnic and rain shelters rip rapping the Squaw Creek Banks making and laying reinforced Concrete culverts constructing and setting a Quot Hunt club Fence around the area making foot and Bridie paths thru the area and trimming resetting and planting Trees. The total Cost of this project has been set at $176,199. Of which the sponsor Iowa state College is to furnish $14,912. Prichett reported that the work will continue until Stop orders Are received from Des Moines or Washington. To Date $9,592 has been allocated by the government for this project. Prichett reported wednesday that further allocations Are expected when this amount is used up. There is also the likelihood that the College will furnish a greater share of the Cost. To bold Bridge Twenty workmen started tuesday in the construction of a Roadway at the Iowa sanitarium in the South part of Nevada this project also Calls for the Extension of water Mains and form sewers to imitate fire Protection at the sanitarium. Tho spa Worken will construct a Oner to walk with curbing gut ter and g Nard rail to the Tan i atrium. The total Cost of the project la set at $ 15,75 4, of which $2, 465 has been lined As the amount to be paid by the local sponsors. Altho a separate project not connected with the spa work lha county will build a 40-foot steel Span Bridge on the Road leading from the town to the sanitarium thus completing the entire project Prichett reported. Local men named plan by advisors four to Vuist a of the Iowa state i file go staff have it a a nominated As Tachinii a1 adv Sal i to la Iowa Lin s. A few i s an planning Hoard by Dean cd a. I Latch kiss of Phillips of the University of Iowa governor herring announced wednesday re Iowa stat turn named Arbr of Faut Cox head of Ceramic engineering prof j 5. Davidson head of agricultural engineering d. Faber director of engineering Extension and prof. 0. R Sweeney head of chemical engineering. La Al Roudebush of Ames also was named a technical Aal visor to the Board. Aunt Lindy says when the Frost gets into the sir body eau Kinda be How a Wolf might try to go about in sheep a clothing

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