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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - December 5, 1935, Ames, Iowa I i use classified ads j to boy sell Exchange or Bent Telephone 2400 Ames daily Tribune and times Universal in the Ames territory weather forecast ram or mow thursday night and Friday. Temperatures wed. 3 p. Iti16 Thura. 3 a. Rn., 30 2 p. Rn., 14. Precipitation none. Vol. 69 no. 133 official ame and Story county paper Ames Iowa thursday december 5, 1935 United frees wire service three cent Industry plans War on new Deal Globe girdling air service is Parley subject regular schedule in two years is i predicted Washinton a Jtj a the first practical move toward establishment of a commercial around the world air service was expected to result from an International conference beginning Here thursday on the subject of transatlantic airmail. Attending the meeting with administration officials we re representatives of great Britain Ireland Canada and Newfoundland. The British group arrived Here from Ottawa where action was taken favouring a North Atlantic airmail route to Europe. Two week trip impetus to the drive for a commercial Airlike across the Atlantic came from recent establishment of the transpacific service. Immediate Point of discussion was the feasibility of experimental British american and possibly German commercial line experimental line experimental flights next summer backed by government subsidiaries. The Hope was regular service by july 1937. Experts attending thursdays meeting forecast around the world airmail and passenger service within two years. On the basis of a 40 hour transatlantic crossing via Newfoundland commercial spanning of the world in two weeks was foreseen. This was on the Bania of the present five Day schedule Between the West coast and Manila i seven Days Manila to London two Days London to new York. Ohri e d i s t m a s t i o n la. Spa nov has jobs for 36,349 ready Des Moines Iowa works Progress administration wrote the number 36,349 into its books thursday and announced that it has paved the Way for employment of All certified eligible jobless in the slate. With the approval of la new projects located in eight Iowa counties allocation of Federal funds for spa construction was brought to a halt thursday. Additional scattered projects May be approved from time to time but present allocations in addition to providing jobs for the unemployed who Are eligible to work on spa projects have used up virtually All Federal funds so far made available. In All. $6,279,000 of Federal funds have been allocated for use on 898 projects which will permit employment of 36,349 persons. Total Cost of the approved projects in Federal and local funds is placed at $26,000,000. Gifts for All offered by Ames merchants a Aga Kuhn 06 governor asks Pardon Board to hear Bruno then ton n. J. governor Harold Hoffman has asked members of the new Jersey court of pardons to visit Bruno Ruehard a opt Man in death Row at the state prison to a get his Story first hand a it was revealed thursday. The governor himself it was disclosed already has visited the Lindbergh to by murderer in his death cell. He went to the state prison one night Early in october and spent an hour Healing his Story. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page five for the answers. I. Who was Charles Francois Gounod i. Hat does the abbreviation k. O. T. C. Stand for 3. Where is Duquesne University 4. Who composed the opera Quot cry Moo us Barge Rae a a b. Name the Root Al House of England to which King Richard he second belonged. 6. What is an interloper 7. Nome the three Independent countries in Africa. 5. In which state in mount Shasta 9. Who was Robert treat Paine 10. How Art names selected for i open states battleships band orchestra to give concert school musicians to perform Friday a varied program of instrumental music will be presented at 3 p. In. Friday in the Ames Field House by the schools concert orchestra and band under the direction of r. D. Day director of music. The program has been Divide i into four parts. The orchestra will open the concert with four selections the Junior training band Wal give a demonstration with music furnished by Leon v. Metcalf the brass sextet will play two pieces and the concert band of 60 pieces will close the program. One of the feature selections on the concert will be the playing of the a military escort in five ways a in which the band will play this piece As originally written by Fillmore As Mascagni composer of a a Cavalleri rustic anal might Hae written it As Richard Strauss composer of the Quot Blue Danube a might have written it As a modern jazz selection and As a rousing military selection. No admission will be charged for the concert. A free will offering will be taken proceeds to be used in the Purchase of additional uniforms for the band. The program part 1 orchestra russian overture a on the Volga Quot Akimenko. Minuet a at the spinet clarke., Minuett in a Beethoven. March Militare Schubert. Part 2 demonstration by the Junior training band music by Leon v. Metcalf. Part 3 brass sextet Quot memories of Stephen Foster Holmes. A Rome Back to Erin Quot arranged by Lake. Part 4 concert band March. A this Honor a Fillmore overture a the Silver Cord of Neill. A military escort in five ways. Fillmore. An american rhapsody Cabins Gillette. Overture Quot cavalcade Holmes. Selection a the merry widow Debar w. L. Hunter on vocational program prof Al Hunter head of Industrial arts at Iowa state Cid left will present a paper on the program of the american vocational association convention Chicago Friday professor Hunter s paper entitled a criteria for judging the standing of a masters degree program in Industrial arts education fire damage at Fairfield thu. Near $50,000 Fairfield cd a fire which swept thru a business Block occupied by the Spurgeon mercantile company of Fairfield resulted thursday in damage estimated at $50,000. The building company officials said was owned by the presbyterian Church. Flames were brought under control after several hours of fighting to prevent the fire from spreading to adjoining business buildings in the Center of Fairfield. The flames destroyed stocks of the Spurgeon company and the Meyer shoe store which occupied quarters in the same building. Cause of the fire was unknown the local fire department chief said following an investigation. The Blaze was discovered at 5 a. In. By a Fairfield policeman. China Clipper on last leg of Pacific flight Honolulu t. H. Or a with 14.000 Miles of Ocean flying behind them Apt. Edwin a. My sick and six crewmen of pan american airways China Clipper were to take off thursday on the Home stretch of their inaugural trans Pacific airmail flight. The Clipper carrying 150,000 pieces of mail was scheduled to leave Pearl Harbor at 3 p. Rn., Honolulu time 3 30 p. Rn., e. S. To bound for its Home port on san Francisco Bay. The flying boat arrived Here from Midway islands at 5 27 p. Rn., Honolulu time wednesday completing the 1.380 mile flight in nine hours 4 5 minute. Aboard the ship were 25 persons is passengers and the Crew of seven. To passenger were pan american employee returning to Honolulu and the Mainland after nine months at Wake and mid Way islands constructing Ini Ocean air bases. Those returning to the Mainland will not make the flight thursday hut will continue by Steamer. 9a/s in is Gilbert Harvest festival will be held on Friday Wakeley will talk on development of Community Gilbert a or. Ray e. Wakeley of the sociology department Iowa state co lege will be the principal speaker on the program of the Gilbert Harvest festival to be held Here Friday. Or. Wakeley is scheduled to speak at 2 30 p. In. In the High school auditorium on the subject a prospects for Community also on the afternoon program will be selections by the local High school orchestra and girls glee club and announcements of wailers in various events will be made by Leroy Fossel president of the vocational agriculture department. The morning program to be presented at 10 30, will include Community singing under the direction of a. R. Hegre selections by the Gilbert High school girls sextet announcement of results in the 1935 Corn yield test demonstration by the girl scouts a Junior High purpose play and selections by the High school mixed chorus. Potluck dinner a potluck dinner will be served at noon under the direction of miss Mae Sheahan assisted by girls of the vocational homemaking department. The evening s entertainment will include two basketball games following which a Box social will be held for the Benefit of the athletic fund. Keen Competition is expected in the Corn classes which have been added to the festival this year. Entries May be made in three classes of Corn open High school and Grade. There will be open Ani High school classes in Oats exhibits and an open class for soybeans. A prize is also offered to the person displaying the longest ear of Corn. The persons guessing most nearly How Many kernels of Corn a hungry rooster will eat will be Given the rooster. Montgomery judge h. J. Montgomery county agent will judge the Grain classes. Awards for the prize winning Sam pies will be furnished by the following Gilbert business men Dawson elevator j. Jacobson a filling station b. R. Kent hardware doc�?T3 Barber shop Gilbert cafe Farmers elevator Bowers filling station Holmes grocery store Jones drug store Hunts grocery store Munn lumber company Askelson service station and the Gilbert vocational agriculture department Gagen Maley Calls cited Slot machine Man on the wire also Sioux City Ai by a records of Long distance Telephone Calls Between Joe Gagan alleged go Between in collection of Protection Money from Iowa gamblers and Walter Matey assistant attorney general were presented thursday in the trial of attorney general Edward of Connor on gambling conspiracy. Hotel records of Gagens Calls admitted thursday As state s evidence listed a total of 58 local and eight Long stance Calls. Included was a in distance Call to Telephone 5-8556 Des Moines. The number was identified As that of malay first assistant to attorney general of Connor. Other Calls the records disclosed included five Long distance charges for connections with the Telephone of Frank by is Bol fan a Slot machine operator. Cornish Beck discharged former Sioux City liquor store manager who testified wednesday that of Connor had agreed to wit Luljak slate agents from Sioux City to permit gamblers to Settle a a Moling is a w As recalled to the wit Ness stand briefly thursday. Vav Ai it not possible that you talked to Walter malty or Gover our Clyde Lim ice about withdrawing state agents instead of o Connor a the witness Vivus us red a no sir Quot Beck replied Yoder steer sold for $3 per Pound International livestock i exposition Chicago it us paths Blue ribbon grand Champion steer of the International livestock exposition sold on the auction j Block thursday for $3 per Pound j netting Cleo Yoder of Wellman its j owner. $3,150. The 1,050 Pound steer w As Puron ased by the Nathan Schweitzer company of new York poultry House and processor of beef. The Price was the same As commanded last year by the exposition Cham Pion. The Money realized from the Sale of his grand Champion thursday will finance his Way at least partly thru College the farm youth explained Quot in be been wanting to go to Iowa state College at Ames and this Money will do a lot toward helping me get there a said the 19 year old youth who triumphed Over the biggest breeders of Fine cattle in North America to win his award. Luckier than most Yoder was typical of the thousands of farm youths who head for Chicago every year to participate in urn livestock show. He was luckier than most however As it was the second time in the history of the exposition that a Junior exhibitor won the grand Champion award. Yoder was born on the 120-acre farm where he now lives with his parents two Brothers and a sister to Miles North of Wellman. He has been showing at the exposition six years and has been taking care of his prize Winner since a year ago when it first showed qualities above the ave age of the Ordinary calf. The grand Champion was bom aug. To 1931 1 and fed from a Holstein cow As a calf later being Given a mixture of Corn Barley and Oatmeal. Food baskets will be Given at Christmas the annual Christmas program of distribution of baskets to needy Ames families on Christmas eve was started wednesday night with the appointment of an Ames Junior chamber of Commerce committed. This committee will meet thursday night in the club rooms in the Sheldon Munn hotel to arrange de tails of the program including the securing of foods for the baskets both by donation of food and funds for Purchase of the More perishable foods. The committee in charge of the program is composed of Al Farber chairman Art Bowman Wayne cuppa Harold Giebelstein Homer Mcneil Russell White Cleo Duckworth Loren Farber Paul cot Burdette Cottingham. De judge and Lloyd Templeton. At Tho Jaycee meeting wednesday night it was suggested that barrels be place i in the schools and grocery stores so that children might make donations at school and adults May make donations by placing one or More food articles in the barrels while shopping on the Day before Christmas baskets will be made up and distributed to needy families the list of needy families to by supplied from the Ames social service league rec. Rat or by suggestions from persons knowing of other needy families. R Best Beefsteak in the land Iii a i j Quot i i it ii Jno leaders urging political action n self defense the target of admiring gazes paths Blue ribbon. Black Angus steer j that won the grand championship and highest Honor at the inter i National livestock exposition in Chicago stands modestly in the Amphitheater Arena with his own5, Cleo Yoder 19-year old 4-h club member of Wellman la. Sale Money from the 106 5-Pound animal will Send his owner thru Iowa state College Dollar opening Paris i i Quot the Dollar opened of 15.1125 francs thursday 6.586 cents a franc the British Pound opened a 74.90 is Anes hosts to co posts ame Post no. 3 7 of the american legion having lost in the membership Campaign in which it competed on a percentage basis against the combined Effort of the other to Post in Story county will be Host to county legionnaires at a dinner wednesday evening december la in the local Post rooms. Robert a col flesh past state commander Des Moines has been invited to be guest speaker Ai the meeting. A new county commander will also by elected and i installed with John Hatter chief j of be Iowa state Highway patrol serving a installing officer. Also expected to be in attendance arc r. J. Laird department adjutant manager Charles g. Beck of the veterans Hospital Des Moines Val wills state vice commander in k. Paulson sixth District commander and or Ryan vice com Mash a of uth District. Britain is firm on Oil embargo sees Little use for arms Parley London a e a great Britain is ready to join in an Oil embargo against Italy and feels that As Long As the ethiopian War continues a there is Little to be gained by resuming the discussion of the reduction of armaments sir Saran 4 Hoar foreign Secretary told the Bon of common thursday. His statement was made during a rebate on foreign affairs and replied to an attack on the governor it by Hugh Dalton Laberite in which Dalton said Quot Stop Mussolini soil and you la Stop Mussolini War he knows it at Paris French and British for eign experts have completed the Broad outline of a i up Al tar peaceful settlement of the italian ethiopian War it was under run d thursday. It is intended that Shemler Irval and sir Samuel Hoar shall pert it the plan at a talk Here saturday and Send it on to Premier muss hoi next week. At Rome an official government spokesman said thursday that Italy sets no foundation for recent foreign optimism about the possible Ity of an italian ethiopian settlement. The French British conversations in Paris the spokesman said Are purely technical and non political and Are entirely without italian participation. Believe state dept. Investigating Washington Oie rite state department was believed thursday to be inquiring into reports from Rome of a a a gentleman Sagre Merit a whereby Italy would seek to circumvent the project Hague embargo on Oil to belligerents. Whether the department intends to get in touch with the Standard Oil company of new Jersey in event it flock that an italian subsidiary of that company joined the afire Emeott was not indicated sex Cep that Secretary of state Cordell i Dill said that no such action had been taken As yet. Want influence used on stockholders. Workers new York if owners and executives of More than 200 of the country a largest industries moved forcefully thursday to re a move new Deal principles fro. The Federal government in the a i it 36 elections. F j such Industrial leaders As Al Fred p. Sloan or. President of general motors corporation. Pres j Dent Clinton l. Bardo of the National manufacturers associate lion and Robert l. Lund chair a Man of its director and Bruc e Barton speaking for the advertising Industry urged that in Duin try step forcefully into politic Quot in self defense a convention committee of the a Congress of Industry a the Annua convention of the National manufacturers association cobia plated a vigorous anti new deals Quot platform Quot to guide the projected Campaign. Its approval when presented to the Congress thursday afternoon was considered certain. Public education tentative plans called for use of direct influence on stockholders and employees of Large con is. Advertising campaigns to Fernald girl Milford Bov win in declaim Leila Chapman of Fernald and Dixon Harper of Milford township won first places in the sub county pkg Catir tire Public to it the i Junior High school declamatory con id us trial leaders and a com. The exercise of a collect a influence against govern men Tai policies deemed unsound. In a Day devoted almost Quot plea tirely to oratory speakers of Industry s most important convention almost unanimously Conal Pok Iest held wednesday evening in the Milford school auditorium. Students of Fernald. North Grant and Milford compete in two classes dramatic and humorous. The e a no Competition in the orator Ca division. Or Fern gaunt director of dramatics in the Ames limits wednesday Aud audiences of High school Yso Fitich judge of the 2,Odd but Paniss a contest. A entered % when urged Leila Chapman was awarded fir t to fight them. Dace in the dramatic class. She j read a the show must go in Sec j says Industry s end place in this division went to fears imaginary de tuned president Roosevlt i m in Kumalaa Alice Burley of Milford who read a from Christmas to ions Mas Peak of North Grant placed third with Quot Tommy revenge Quot Harper Reading a a baseball Story Quot took top Honor in the bum Orous division. Amanda Christen sen of North Grant a second with a Gertie gets going a and paid i Washington Lei Many busily a leaders have refused to attend the conference on Industrial Coop ration Here next week because of an Quot imaginary fear Quot that labor interests will dominate the meeting. George a Berry raid thursday. Berry who. Is president Roose Adkins of Fernald was third w Ith j veil s coordinator Quot Brothers bereft a of Industrial map ration. Called the Confert Nee. Asserted some Industrial leaders a prefer to indulge in a bad Case of or a jitters rather than face squarely toward the realities of the present and future a aum la found replies from 5,000 invitation to the conference reveal Berry a mid. That a Large body of Industry and labor is it Accord on Jaycee president John Prather City clerk was elected president of the Ames Junior chamber of Emmerce wed ties Day night at the annual election it a question that Nome Way must meeting held in the Jaycee club by found to get the millions of rooms in the Sheldon mum Betel. J unemployed Back on Industry Prather succeeds Harry Collins. Payrolls and to Slop the rising other officers chosen were Carl Briley executive vice president Ray Yan metes a Cost vice president Elgin Smith Secretary Paul Younis treasurer and Dale Pollock recon Der. Four members of the Board of directors will b chosen of the next regular meeting and f real installation of new officers will be held i the first meeting in j Antiwar flood of business taxation. To termed fears that labor in Forest would dominate the coals it Nee a ridiculous Aud Animo he said the aka is a dead. Indeed a Sud that Quot no one faces a fact with More conviction than neut and taxation Xii he he Predoti of conversation at in a employ a p Parentis naut topics the Convent beets to ave come up Ion Fry to id. To discussed he As suggestions front All Aid. Christmas Trade expected to be up half billion Washington in five Hun ired million dollars More in trades id to St re and labor. Mrs Crocker to give radio talk will go into Santa clause pack mass drive near Thoj re Rustma of bad in m4< Deseve Ethiopia d i a Mas j com Mem department officials ethiopian attack on the italian in thursday vaders pry ceded by hot guerilla j the probable boost in curl j warfare was beloved imminent a Mas Trade from il600,, thursday by observers Al this m r Jin Jet t0 $4,506,000,000 in de lhi1 re Headquarters of Dade Selassie forces. Emperor strengthen forces Cairo Egypt a of a British forces Are being continually strengthened in the egyptian Art a it was Learned thursday. There Are ire Surjit troop arrivals and a regiment is due from India next Lack concentrations continue Over to Ward the libyan Border to Tho West which i assuming the aspect of a miniature theatre of Prospect in War. There is local gossip As to the possibility of a clash he fore Christmas or in mid january the Rainy season begin in match. This year would group estimated per censorship tighter rond it Quot tue government today instructed newspapermen at the i show i t o r ase reporting the i sailings of troop ship tor Africa Cern her Trade one Busine put some 600,060 additional sons to Woi k. Preliminary Holiday Trade reports from All parts of the country to Commerce department indicated that retail Trade already ii running from 5 to 35 percent higher than a it oar ago Christmas clubs will pay $312,-060,000 to ?,suo.000 members much of this Money Wilt go into t Bri status Trade student dt0p�r$t o Boston u police dispersal a crowd of student demonstrators Iron Radcliffe Harvard Aud Massachusetts Institute of technology thursday outside the italian con Sulaty in downtown Bolton. There was no disturbance and the boy and girls scattered when police or fix . Themas v Rocker w ill Dis six trained personnel in gov eminent on the 15 minute broadcast sponsored but the Ames league of women voters Friday St 4 15 from Rad o station woe aunt Lindy says if Ever body really does a it to a Wor a out their own salvation it looks ilk. Some had better git Busy

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