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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - December 16, 1935, Ames, Iowa I use classified ads to boy sell Exchange or rent Telephone 2400 4 Iames daily Tribune and time Universal in the Ames territory weather forecast fair and colder monday night tuesday generally a temperatures Sun 4 p. Rn., 32 Mon. 7 a rn., 3f 2 p. Rn., 30. Precipitation -11. 1-3 inches of a now. Vol. 69 to. 142 official Ames and Story county paper Ames Iowa monday december 16, 1935. United press wire service three cent Story farm Bureau meets tuesday italians rain More bombs on africans Mexico threatens to quit league of nations Mog Aliscio italian Somaliland a an official report announced monday that 15 Tri motored bombing planes after a flight of 500 Miles from ail airbase had heavily bombed ethiopians in Ogaden province by United press London a Baldwin prepares for emergency Cabinet meeting As crisis develops Over opposition to Franco British peace plan. Paris Mexico joining Small Powers in revolt against Franco British plan reported ready to quit league if it is adopted la-1 Van expected to sidestep responsibility for plan when be faces Cabinet. Rome a Mussolini to make counter proposals in reply to plan on thursday neither accepting it outright or rejecting it. Geneva Small Powers seek postponement of Council meeting in Hope Britain and France will repudiate plan before Issue is forced before league. Vatican City Pope makes fervent plea for peace in address to cardinals. Delegates upholding u. S. Views at naval conference i Paris hip a Mexico is considering resigning from the league of nations if the italian Tebio Pian peace plan is approved it was understood monday. It was believed possible that latin american nations would act As a unit in the league in opposing the plan joining other groups of Small nations such As the Balkan Little and Baltic entente. In any event there was authentic information Here that Mexico considers the French British plan so unjust in its present form that it wont countenance its acceptance in any Way. Will be Given a High school tues. Party spa strike is called for january 2nd a Italy big gainer by peace plan Jaycees sponsor affair i o secure food for baskets Des Moines 0/.p>�?organized labor in Iowa monday declared its intention to close up every works Progress project in Iowa by a strike january 2. The strike voted at a meeting a Complete program of popular Here sunday of representatives of Home Talent has been arranged lot 30 trades and labor and Unzem the Christmas Basket party which played groups will be in protest j will be held id the senior High of the wage scale paid on Iowa spa projects. During the two weeks interim j until the strike is effective labor leaders said efforts will be con tinned to secure payment of pre j mailing wage Scales on Iowa works projects. Iowa spa Heads meanwhile expressed doubts that the strike i party will consist of any article it f j would seriously cripple the official food or amount of Cash. Each per state s $26,000,000 works Prog school auditorium at 8 p. In. Tut s Day it was announced monday by the Christmas Basket committee of the Ames Junior chamber of Commerce sponsor of the program to distribute 325 food baskets to needy Ames families. Admission charge to the Basket terms of the items and the following items have for More than 10,000 been recommended As most favor Rau British proposal to end the Italo of Quot Friendly solution by exe Range of 200 expected at session in Nevada Church Aaberg will discuss agricultural planning Nevada a More than 200 farm Folk of Story Roomy will gather in the methodist Church Here tuesday for the annual meeting of the Story county fam Bure the morning session is scheduled to open at 10 30. Principal speaker on the in Groin will be h. C. Aaberg assist i ant Iowa Secretary of agriculture Franco who will discuss a a planning for agriculture. He will speak follow. Son May bring one or More food ref8 program designed to provide ethiopian War provide for it Jung a covered dish luncheon an the american delegation to the naval conference being held in London joined with the British in opposing japanese demands for parity. Admiral Mckinnon second from left is pictured greeting the american representatives on their arrival of Southampton. Left to right Are William Phillips under Secretary of state Admiral Mckinnon Norman h. Davis and Admiral William la. Standby. Kelley enjoys Freedom from indebtedness Kelley this town with a population of 179 according to the 1930 census has a distinction which very few Iowa cities May claim. Kelley has no City bonded indebtedness. Early in december the City Council paid off the last $1,000 of the water Bond indebtedness thereby eliminating the last of the City s debt. This payment was made la months before the anal $500 Bond was due. May 22, 1920 the City began paying off a water Bond indebtedness of $9,000, making payments of $500 or $1,000 Tach year until the final payment of $1,000 was made december 2. The $3,000 Light indebtedness contracted in 1922 was wiped off the slate with Tho last payment january i 1930. In 1932 the town Council reduced the Light rates about to port ent and during the past year president numerous streets have been resurfaced. City officials who have had a part in ridding the town of debt Are mayor f. N. Sutter mrs. L. In. Johnston City clerk and councilmen h. J. Toll s. Severson b. P. Brentland and George e Starr. Final Amateur prelim tuesday to acts scheduled at Capitol theater the sixth and final preliminary event in the Ames theater company Amateur contest will be held tuesday night at the Capitol theater with to acts scheduled to compete for the right to enter the final contest de. 24. Prizes in the final contest will he $25 for first $15 for second $5 for third. $5 for fourth and two weeks passes to the Capitol for fifth and sixth. Tuesdays program will furnish a variety of entertainment the acts including Arnold Larsen of Cambridge guitar player and Modeller Colleen and Shirley Rhodes of Roland Banjo and songs Bud Roberts of Iowa state College tap dance and Ben Blue skit John Vanderlinden of Ames baritone Horn Joanu sore n ton and Maxine Hansen of Ames song and dance number Bonnie Anderson popular songs Dale Reynolds electrical guitar Frances Scanlin of Boone comedy Reading Buster Thorn Pool of Ames clarinet James Dustin of Iowa state College songs. The contest will be held following the first regular sen on performance. Quarantine Mon. Infantile paralysis epidemic feared China students Battle against Jap occupation piping China <uj0 a thousands of students battled police monday in a riotous demonstration against the new autonomous government in Hope and Shahar pro Vince. Many were Hurt when policeman beat one group with swords. The students replied with stones and Cut fire hoses were turned on them. Coincident with the demonstration inauguration of the new gov a foment was postponed. Authorities asserted they were not prepared to set it up formally for a few More Days. Quot Down with japanese Imperial ism a hundreds of students clamoured at the North and West Gates j daughter of or. And mrs. Will Calamus u r Public gatherings were forbidden Here Mon Day and District school classes were suspended no fears spread in Calamus of an epidemic of Lifan tile paralysis. Families remained at their Homes monday to await reports of physicians on the dangers of fur ther spread of the dread disease. There were no Church services held her sunday. Pre Holiday Cele bration were halted by the order forbidding Public gatherings and notices were posted that there be no classes in District schools. The alarm Here resulted from the affliction of an eight year old Able head cabbage raw carrots eggs. Sugar potatoes canned goods such As peaches pears string Beans tomatoes and beets fruits including cranberries ban Anas or oranges. Perishable food Cash donations made at Tim party or at any of tile boxes in grocery stores in the City will be Nae j to Purchase meat and other More perishable foods. Earl Peen. Commander if the Ames Post of the american legion will act As master of ceremonies during t h e eight act Christina. Party program. Mayor A Allan will make a Short introductory Peech and Harry Collins president of the Jaycees will speak in behalf of the sponsors of the bask i territories a As indicated on the the strike Call was issued by map. Two areas would be ceded an Independent group of irides us Italy and one area would be men meeting Here sunday under opened to italian colonization leadership of j. C. Lewis pres with exclusive economic rights. Dent of the Iowa federation of Ethiopia would receive a strip of labor. He emphasized the strike j eritrean territory giving Access was not called by the federation j to the port of assail w hich also but by nearly 300 delegates from would be ceded to it. �?�30 different classes of organise. Hons interested in the welfare of the Lewis said the $40 a month paid in 66 of the state s 99 Conn ties was not enough to maintain a decent Standard of living. When word of the strike proposal reached j. Cd Pryor i Era director he announced that use of Relief funds for persons offer d spa jobs has been forbidden by the Iowa emergency Relief administration Board. Push for huge Ocean liners cheap service would be one of Aires entertainment program at noon. 5 the morning will be devoted to reports by Heads of various Bureau departments. Fred Randall of ame will give the annual seer Tarves report and b. A. Dodds of i Ames will give the treasurers i port others who will present a summary a of the year s activities arc Homer does it fames boys j 4 it club work mrs. J i. A the girl i club work agent Mullin la. Goeldner i h clubs of he county Joe Duea of Ames Junior farm Bureau organization I. Lobaugh of Nevada warehouse Board h. Bierma of Nevada state if aim Mutual insurance William 1 Maakestad of Nevada farm Bure St new York to p it service t. G. Lundy of Zearing a w., Corn hog program h. J. Mont a Relief funds will not be used j Chapman banker and former j Gomery county agents report either directly or indirectly to j president of the United states dinner music program the program is As Fob i finance a Pryor said. �?~uji�n.,q announced at Anil a that or a ii it of two. Makes no difference whether the in so noun Cal 1 monday that he must during the dinner to or strikers Are groups or individuals been Etu outraged by govern j served in the methodist Church whether they walk out on spa intent officials in a plan to build basement will be furnished by two Ocean tin 1 his r a a i atry and club numb. A 1 a in t of the City which were closed against them. Ten thousand student.-, peasants and workers assembled before Tho Temple of heaven monday night and passed resolutions urging the organization of armed masses of the people to put Down a a japanese they also voted to March to gov disease. Tinnian. The child has been removed to the University of Iowa Hospital. The added precautions were taken and orders against Public gatherings issued when parents became excited Over the sudden illness of other children after the tinnian girl was stricken with the eminent Headquarters and ask the members of the newly established government Council Why they Are Quot Selling out National the demonstrators then marched with banners flying toward tue sate near the american embassy a a i a there they clashed with police. Al it hav Klc c five thousand divided into groups of j in i he he i parents have been warned to confine their children to then own Homes until it can he determined if other children who have become Iii Are victims of the disease. St. Louis performer pres j finally w ere permitted to t Riter the Dent Hoover arrived from Call City. Fornia monday to deliver an and i seven boys and foul girls were dress monday night in which he. Treated at the Rockefeller Hospital is expected to continue his attack for injuries. On new Deal policies and reply to i a Iowa in test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page three for the answers. 1, what and where is the Ivory coast 2. Where is the natural habitation of Black swans 3. Name the sixth Quieu of Henry Chi. 4, who was known by the sobriquet Quot the great pacificador a 6. Who was Silas Deane to. Of what country is the Quet aul Bird the National Emblem 7. Name the seventh president of the United suites 8. With which president was James s. Sherman the vice president 9. Who arc the Par sees 10. In Quot hat relative position should the engagement and wet Ding hues a worn Roosevelt s recent criticism of his regime. Hoover chatted with newspapermen but held strictly to his policy of Refu ing to answer questioners w to sought to learn w nether be would seek or accept the re pub bean nomination Quot my Chiel interest is to present the Issue to the country a he said. Quot the action of the National con vent on will speak for mass quarantine proves effective Hobart okla. Till a mass Quai Amine of an entire county with j 33,000 inhabitants was credited monday with averting a wide spread epidemic of spinal Menin girls. The strict quarantine was j clamped on Kiowa county Friday health officers tentatively pronounced it a Success and said re j St fictions probably would be lifted today irom Allex Cpl u nu.,Iii portion of the Southern part of the county where the epidemic threat was concentrated. Plahn no strike new a Ork a represents j lives of units of the brotherhood 01 Utility employees in four City boroughs meet monday night to Lay final plans fur an electric pow i it Plant n Ilsc i or successful i i would effect a Terr Lory where j a a Oil Coo pen. Of work and lev names wanted f or legion Christmas toy shop program there Are Many r Ames who May be n year by Santa Claus a Christmas May be a unless the american Given an Opportunity them with toys from store provided the l shop by residents of the committee in bit urdu in listed this and whose Bare one legion is to Supply the Large Region toy the City charge a1 Des Moines Uri publicans monday mourn i loss of O. I Ayne 75, prominent i editor and party Leader for Many years who dropped dead on a i Street Hen sunday night i funeral arrangements Awalt the arrival of relate a new York. Former editor of the forum and the Nevada to. Low a repro ready has a Long list of names. But there a b. Mired of toys in the shop and still More children can be provided for if their names Are made available. Of you know of cell dry n whom you know Good Christmas by have one pm am Nam s t0 tither Quad it 261 or m at 1015. Vehabi Litalou of of toys donated to the toy shop i almost Campi ted in is an noun re Aud every thing is to readiness for the distribution of the toys and other Luster Isis on the Day be re Christ Mas. Sedative i i career souk i lie offices of j he lost the i As United h i from the tat j by a close i the age of 7 j Dickinson in i trial race. Int twice during hts t nomination to pub the Republican ticket. Race for nomination ates representative tenth District in ish margin and in 1931, ran fourth lol j. The Republican Seua lows act. 1 singing of Christmas carols by the girl s sextet under the direction of miss Rosalind Cook instructor of music at Iowa state College act 2 tap dancing by Beverly Ann and Dorothy Dunlap on the piano by mrs. George Dunlap. Act 3 musical comedy by the Little German band under the direction of cd. Halberg. Members of the band Are Jim Buck Norman Fulmer Ellis Butler Fred Fly Char Donald Heggen and Gordon Clyde. Act. 4 specially number by Beverly Ann and Dorothy Dunlap accompanied by mrs. George Dunlap. Act. 5 saxophone Solo by Arland Erin Stead. Act. 6 one act skit Quot three old maids from played by Mari Loras Kennedy Virginia Dyas Virginia of Neil accompanied by Bonnie Lloyd. Act 7 musical select a by brass sextet under the direction of Date Chenett sextet is composed of Robert Fulmer Harrison Donald. John Wentz Donald Heggen John Blumenschein and William Well House act 8 history of the legion Hill Billy be at i h or. J. L. Rice. Hill Billy program by mayor Allan curly Mcnabb. Blaine brr Ray Lier de pen i by John Akin Cleo Duckworth or. C. B Kerr Jack Williams Harry Osborn Jim Howell a. T. Lerdall Ray Buffin accompanied by mrs Harry Osborn. During the party music will be furnished by the Ames municipal band under the direction of elate Chenette proceeds from the party will be taken to the Junior chamber of Commerce club rooms in tile basement of the Sheldon Munn hotel to j be stored there until the Day before the meantime food barrels now located Ocet v St res will a or any orb a governmental Lewis denounced Pryor a statement claiming the Relief directors a on object is to Embarrass intimidate and insult every work delegates who voted the strike coat $50,000,000 sch Call included representatives of the National old age pension league the Des Moines Branch of the socialist party and the Townsend old age pension club. Etude accordion sections by offer round t Calmar Nelson of Roland Saxo i phone numbers by Jasper Risdal Christmas Light contest Garden club s project afloat. The ships would trips to Europe at $100 and. _ would have 5.000 identical Cabins i Roland and plan solos by Don with private Baths. They would or 1 Nelson of giant township. Immediately following dinner. Chapman said he had discussed j club agent Goeldner will present the project informally with offi us medal winners and Carl ring vials in Washington and was preparing formal plans. He proposes ships larger and faster than the French Normandie and the British Queen Mary. His vision is of fast huge scale Pas-1 Bureau members and their friends sender business at a Price that Quot ill be extended by mayor Ca would induce a new class of i e. Stone. Genberg will Lead in the common 1 try singing of songs classified As Quot music for family the City s we come to the farm americans to see Europe in to weeks vacation periods Federal officials heard sympathetically Chapman Aid a proposal that the government finance construction of the vessels and accept retirement at $5,006,000 a year without interest. Plans to be submitted to n or Cirta Wallington officials next month. A., president Al. U. Spangles a. A electrical engineering rest shown in the project by w1 Sleis lev 1851 feet Long Iowa state colies will in Nannie of Ainee in decor Alini we la a 10,000 capacity 10"a Mal 00,1 be in people of ame. In a it 1. Tag a de a of 84 knots cafeterias 1 with a skit Quot the farm of ies or keeping with the spirit Ana 01 a athe Ames Garden club will again sponsor the annual Christmas lighting contest according to announcement made monday by the interest the Homes in keeping with the spirit. _. A a. Of Christmas has led the club to Quot Here meals might be bought for believe that the displays will be a Little a rents would be better than Ever this season. The Giuong their appointments contest is being confined to Home Only this year. Those who wish to enter the contest Are asked to Call the Tribune at 2400 not later than Quot outlooks skit preceding Aaberg s talk or. La. W Bowers of Nevada will play several accordion selections. Secretary fed Randall will read any communications receded Harry Christianson of Nevada will play a piano Solo and b. S. Willis r f staff entertain Willis will appear in the Rabo role Bleb became popular that of Oley b Jerk Ness or. And mrs. C. Noon saturday december 21. Will be taken after will from entire time. The judge plays to be i Day and to judging. I Are few and that entries displays in us May be judge a first Prii no that suicides business failures decrease a gut an Hai Folk Be of c also will Plav ing will i of $5 stake Are requiring Dis gated on Bolh Sun Ida evening for in of the contest simple in order May be Bettgie the a much that they i from the Street e of $3 and second for each of the four wards Given. An additional prize is Bein awarded the sweep w inner. Nill Deer to bad r is from w Ennd get 1915 Ames i Junior select play to be Given feb. 7 kidnapped hav an Iii Plum m is is. O Erve a bounced Kin not Nicholas e their so Mill of ii de Ami s. flu i u t Castano a Oucht a i Toots Bass Horn at 90 j Limerick me ii Samuel Sawyer Knight Mill can a get Pleat i of m ise out of to e Flat a. Horn he is 90 years old. He n e \ Ai Cit Vada co Heliana Are Glen o. Dillin child or Man found a the army Anglia it had found to wealthy sugar a been Kidnap-$300,got Ransom. Thai mad the an Nevada club Hilbert Henry Christmas. In placed in the in 20 Ames g collected Ani i de at the party on the de about 60 Meu will take part names of Thos continue ded to that Recti before Christmas is of the Jaycees the tak of listing to receive baskets in Page two get letter sent via China Clipper a dub other of a recept meeting treasurer and Erzius and Lloyd up Iuta a a has allies recent and Christina Donald Starr of Iowa state a or Ontario stir t. A receive a letter card from or Honolulu formerly College the letter Junior of it have re ice ted f in a High or their a class play Quot lad y of letters a a comedy in three acts by i Bullock. Tryouts for cast assign meats will to Beld Tut Day after s cd ool. Five boys and a it sell girls being needed in the s production the play is to be p resented Friday february 7. Tho Story of tile play ii Las it do Aith a Reg i it t1 wife of a College professor Ahu by c a Nee becomes known a is the aul tor of a Best seller. The pm i Whit h or v a lop when i but at in in ii us to keep Tho i Cal la u secret i a flip re with Hil Fioti s comedy a Hie Chicago i or suicides Rod i business failures have decreased i p portion atty since 1933. I if. I William Fielding it it Burn Etti University of Chicago report monday. I pointing to two curve on graph Ogburn showed suicide j have increased i each or Oporto j business Condo j 1935. Quot in 1915 there were 135 failures i for every to too firm in business Aud 209 suicides for a Vav 10,000 a population. The professor said Quot in the War years failures dropped to 40 in a 10.000 firms and suicides to i for each 10 000 population a ibo Figur. Del been by far the greatest it has i Ever been in the 20-year period. I there has been a correspond lag j decrease in the number of us i a bergs a talk. Frd n will give the report of Union committee and of the new year w ill be k. P. Trig of Roland us in Ltd Tim far in Bureau in governor carrying bidge plea to f. R. Y so i no ton up a the gov. Ernora of Iowa and Nebraska ear a i to president Roosevelt monday their plea for permission to spend $,1,000,000 of Public Road funds for a Bridge Between Council Bluffs and Omaha neb. They said the w bite House had offered to intervene for them with Thomas Mcdonald chief of the roads Bureau. Nth Rose to Imp dented in is in 1930, but since 1133 the a to in business failure. Has i he Cher awarded Rodman contract Bol la x u ii la Terri dining and Obi w it find in i in opening Paris of Tho Dollar opened Nadav it 3 12 francs 6.614 uts a i the Pound opon was mailed on the the China Clipper Cilc mail and passes w As received Here in or. Starr is now co the United Staten gos vice in Honolulu a first flight of new Lanspa Ger plane and ecord time cute with Ament so Mon Al quotations London i i1 the Pound was $4.92 3-4 monday. Gold was 141 Shuting i i 2 Pence an ounce and the Dollar Price was $31.7 7 Gold Al a were 20$,goo Pound $1,015065. French Franca were ii 9 16 to the Pound. Luanda Fred Awat de $39.$1$ Man i in work $58,000 Rodu Uusi let t tart soon at a it. Contracts hav Loo is exact ors said Heel let. Fischer of Ames was the general contract on a lid. Dime loft announced. I Odd plumbing company of Sioux City was Given the heating and plumbing contract on a bid of $1,870 Bonds touting $30,500 a re sold to Shaw Mcdermott and up i k of Des Moines at i i ? j percent with i no Premium aunt Lindy says an occasional Man used to tear up Money just to Awe the by standers but its been a Long time now since we Beard of a Man tearing up a Jack a a

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