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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - December 23, 1935, Ames, Iowa I use classified ads 2 to buy sell. Exchange or Kent i Telephone 2400 Iames daily Tribune and i of Jhb Ames territory weather forecast a loud monday night fair tuesday. My h colder Monde night and tuesday. Temperature a Sun 5 p. In. 37 Mon. 9 30 a. In. Ii 2 p. In. 16. Three i i cation none i t % a a vol. 69 no. 148 official ame and Story county paper Ames Iowa monday december 23, 1935, United pres wire service three cents Lindbergh will live in England appointment of Eden Thot to of pro league move no More peace plans contemplated now London exp a British and French general staff officers of the army and Navy have conferred secretly on cooperation in a possible european emergency with results that Are regarded As satisfactory it was Learned monday. The conversations were a Pait of great Britain a reinsurance policy against r. A mad dog act by Premier Benito Mussolini of Italy. The British staff officers went to Paris and there held their talks. They have returned to London. It was Learned that the conversations and the satisfactory results a were confined to the staffs themselves and did not involve other officials in France. Central figure in Todd probe Duce not helpful As this revelation was made it u As said on authentic authority that the appointment of Anthony Eden As foreign Secretary Means 1. Great Britain will support the league in its penalties Campaign against Italy. 2. No More peace proposals to Italy Are contemplated 3. The go eminent assumes that Italy knows that the death sentence has been based on the recent French British proposals. It was Learned authoritatively in Baris that Premier Pierre Laval has told italian ambassador Vul Torso Cerruti that there is a feeling in France that Mussolini has not been helpful in recent peace attempts. I Una added that Laval concerned w Ith troubles of his own is not inclined to reassure the role of mediator now. Authoritative sources described j As absurd reports from Home that Italy regarded Edens appointment As denoting. N unfriendly act. But War talk spread thru out Europe to mix sober Thot of what May be ahead with the gaiety of Tho Christmas spirit. Reaction from capitals All Over the continent left no doubt that the appointment of Anthony Eden As British foreign Secretary More than a diplomatic sensation was regarded As a Curt warning to pre Mier Benito Musolini that great Britain is prepared for any emergency. His Ai Poir tent coincided with an announcement that the British army will undergo the most Exten Sive reorganization in its history and be mechanized to the minute. Business associate and personal Friend of Thelma Todd Roland West shown on the witness stand at the coroners inquest into the actress death was asked to repeat for the grand jury the Story of his relationships with the ill fated film Star. In Jarmy goods dealer i under indictment 600 4-h boys to meet Here this weekend about 600 4-h club boys and leaders from Over the state will meet at Iowa state College thursday Friday and saturday for the annual boys Short course and state 4-h convention. Attendance this year will be about 12 percent Over that of last year it was reported monday. To Date clubs in 18 counties have registered 149 boys and 29 leaders which is about 12 percent More than was registered from these same counties last year. Programs for both 4-h boys and leaders Wail be held separately altho Many of the social affairs during the three Days will include both groups. Registration will take place from 9 a. In. Till noon thursday and announcements of the program will be made during the first sessions. Among the speakers on the program will be or. A. B. Graham United states department of agriculture Washington d. Dean c. E. Friley acting president of Iowa state College r. K. Bliss director of Extension service h. H. Kildee Dean of agriculture George Godfrey assistant to president r. M. Hughes in agriculture g. M. Mccullough wild life technician. Min Neapolis Minn. The Rev. Walter Barlow of the collegiate presbyterian Church. Friday at the general meeting j of All groups in the Assembly of j agricultural Hall at 8 a. In., or. J Godfrey will talk on a the Iowa farm and from 9 a. In. Until noon 4-11 boys will i continued on Page to air hero and family to live abroad Jim Basket program Jaycees to Supply 22 i Christmas do a re is 14 die As bus plunges thru a. Drawbridge faulty brakes blamed for tragedy sunday Hopewell a. Fuji a faulty brakes were blamed tentatively monday for an Appomattox River bus tragedy that took 14 lives. A huge Blue bus that dived thru an open drawbridge was lifted from the River sunday night and All bodies were taken to local morgues where three still were unidentified and seven had been but partly identified. Among the dead was l. G. Alford Raleigh n. C., the Driver and authorities believed he was the Only person who knew what caused the machine to plunge thru a wooden guard Gate of a drawbridge near Here and Over the open draw into the River sunday morning. Brakes scream Lacy Mcnair the drawbridge tender heard the greyhound Bush brakes scream. He heard it crash thru the guard rail and j turned in time to see it plunge into the River. The Bridge pavement was marked for 20 feet with Burnt rubber from its tires indicating authorities said that Alford had slammed on the emergency Brake after the foot Brake failed to slow the machine. The identified deed were j col. Cheries a. Lindbergh a d Alford. To mrs. Wilbur Massey so Hope Linden a have left the Well. 1 United states with their son Jon John belch Hopewell River 5, to make their Home Iii co boat Captain. J land permanently if need be. In mrs. Ann Williams Duncan order to assure their son the nor Pittsboro a Quot. C toi life which they eel he anted have in i country because of threats of kidnapping. England mrs. Ruby Matthews ,8, Rich Quot a a chosen because the Lindbergh feel that people . Re Imre greater respect or Law than any rho family sailed secretly on the liner american importer at an Early j sail with son Jon on private ship Early Sun. Seek quiet life and Protection for child Englewood a j. a a relative of irs. Charles a. Lindbergh monday said the Lindbergh a might be gone a year. Perli aps a Little longer perhaps a Little this informant said the Lindbergh sailed for England with the intention of remaining there until the publicity and excitement attending the prospective execution of Bruno Richard Hauptmann subsides. Mood. Where cite in tentatively identified from bag Bour sunday. Gage j a mis Ruth Goodwin new York. I Elma Park no new York. Mrs. L. In Fairfax. Superior Vii s. Flora Edna Mccu Ooth. Superior. Mrs. J. J. Citter Clarendon a. The world. One f youngest Eden at 38, one of the youngest men Ever named to be Secretary of state for foreign affairs is regarded by Mussolini As a personal enemy. Eden threatened to resign from the Cabinet because he believed the French British peace proposals would have rewarded Italy for attacking a league member be s for the league of nations and for the enforcement of its formidable covenant against War makers. He is most unlikely continued on Page five Money quotations London Pound was $4.93 monday Gold was 141 shillings i Penny an ounce and the Dollar Price was $34.77 1-2. Gold sales were 352,000 pounds $1,-.35,3601. French francs were 74 7-8 to the Pound. Joseph Silverman or. Millionaire dealer in surplus army supplies who Long evaded news cameramen posed for this exclusive picture while waiting to go before the grand jury in Washington ip., where he was indicted in connection with the inquiry into War department contract frauds. Promotion makes him Nec head the Promise of 225 Christmas a negro woman named pish.,.a a. Or of new York. i o a Shl Holt food baskets for 22a needy Ames it unidentified were the Bod i it x aaa q. Families or about 790 persons was 0f r negro woman a White to Rie is near fulfilment monday As Al far Man and a Young Man. Ber chairman of the Ames Jua thousands watch lot chamber of bask. Al la a in Ned of of he committee announced that the River and Puc a on Barke 480 children or. Stillwell. I will get tots former an is resident Dies Hauptmann in mercy Appeal is Large share of the necessary food for 225 baskets had been received. A we Are extremely Well pleased with the contributions so far a said or. Farber. A sunday s checkup revealed that in Many items we have reached our Cash of $50 Over the weekend Large supplies of food As contributed thru food barrels in grocery stores and a Large food donation by the first methodist Church Bret fool supplies near the goal sought. Of the $102 donated by organizations and individuals $67 has been four Hundred eighty ame children ranging in Ages from Bree months to 17 years win Dis Neath the Bridge by cranes Sun cover that there is a Santa Claus Day night. I hey worked in the j tuesday we Hen members of the they Glare of arc lights. A Quarter mile away several thousand persons huddled around innumerable Camp fires on the River Bank watched. Many were merely onlookers. But Many feared that a husband or a brother or a child was one of the unfortunates. All divers had worked on the Muddy River Bottom. 25 feet below the surface trying in vain to free the bodies without bringing up the machine. The machine had turned Over in its plunge was resting on its top. They spent for potatoes sugar in meat found inst c, he leaving j3 for last minute Pur eng a Walnut he had been test your knowledge chases of foods not supplied otherwise. Foods needed to Complete the baskets Are fruit. 120 cans butter 60 pounds eggs 69 dozen potatoes 250 pounds sugar 75 pounds Coffee 45 pounds. Value of needed supplies has been estimated at $90. Reported Farber. Using the $35 on hand to i Purchase part of these supplies leaves about $55 in Cash or grocer 1 ies As needed to fill the quota. The surface the body of Captain sorting of foods preparatory to belch Hardy Slverman was filling the baskets w ill be complot i found afloat it was gashed and cd monday night and tuesday and. Bloody As Tho he had broken a baskets will be distributed by the vein Low Antl free 1 himself Only Ruck Load on Christmas eve. A to Down 0nr 0, Bod Vas recovered before the by was the Ames Post of the american be Glon present them with More than 2,000 toys. During the past month legion Aires and Many Ether organize Bons and individuals have repaired and repainted toys of nil kinds Day and into the evening donated by Ames persons. Legion members Are now Busy wrapping these toys and the regular monday meeting will be dispensed with while members finish the task of wrapping. Starting tuesday noon three trucks and sever a1 private cars will be used to distillate toys to the 4s0 children in 135 families children who otherwise would not receive gifts at Christmas time. De. Cleary general chairman clutched tightly around a Many a j 0f the committee in charge of the a indic Aung a haste Cal de ugi0l toy shop reported Mon. J Day that he has received Many j letters in which children to quest j Christi gifts from Santa. The following letter is typical of the Many received by or. Cleary a please bring my sister a doll. I need a Windup toy or i train. I Ain six and sister is three or. John d. Still Well. 60. Who was Bern in Ames and it a at the first so year of us life Here died saturday at his bottle in Indian spoils id. Or. Stillwell was let can in anus May is 1875. Ile was graduated from Iowa state College a veterinary in Dulcine degree from the cold go in 114 3, he then started practice at Paullina but after a Short time in private practice joined the government meat in convicted Man p it Ion service working it Oma j clerk of the court of pardons. About to crack when the bus plunged thru the Gate and into the River. They found a woman with her death stiffened Ann still Mand for Security and Assurance in the instant the bus was in the air Between the Bridge and the water. A a a Bod afloat before the bus was brought to a neb. Fairmont and alb it Lea. Minn. For the Pata 20 years he was in charge of the government serum and virus inspection service in Ohio Indiana the plea represented practically the last Chance for the former German Carpenter. He is under sentence to de the week of Jan. 13. ,. Michigan j gov. Harold Hoffman will be no and Wisconsin. He made i Headquarters Aud Home at Indian a Polis lie had for Many years been a member of the masonic Lodge. He was married july 12, 1905 to Nellie Cole. Amel surviving in sides his w Ife Are three David. Gordon and i Donald. Later mrs. Harry Childs and Brothers Harry Corpus mis him Soiu one Titre can you answer seven of these test questions turn to pegs five for the answers. J with the resignation of Frank i. What writer used the term a walk a. Walderson a a Lite Brea unwashed a 8ab�ve Quot to 1hart but n Soll Altor j. Nettie Tho largest Island in Al. Emergency noun the British West indies. Pat More 0. S. Is Washington wage and salary earners arc bearing a Large r portion of Federal income i taxes Treasury figures revealed monday and one half if you Don t have these i knew you won t forget us. I be been a Good boy and Good Bye. Phase bring me some can and Candy the re w ill be. Reported or. Leary. Seven Box a of oranges four bushels of potatoes 360 pounds of Candy and 500 pop Corn balls v ill be distributed Texas Dan and will Ames. Or a sister of Khz Betl Kate Lew or. Cole a1 of Ames a Augu tone. Of tuba. Funeral services of to a. In. Tuesday Ains Chap with the g. 3. What was the Date of Glover Cleveland a first inauguration 4. Is a child born in the United Staten of alien parents an american citizen 5. Who was Alexandre Gabriel decamps 6. How Many Moons a the planet Mars 7. Hat substance fills the cavities of Bones of mammals 8. In Law w hat is a partition 9. Hew Many loaves of bread can b1 made from a Bam i of Horn ? in of what Plant is linseed 4 product was named acting executive director by president Roosevelt. Two Small fire do Little damage l to email fires the weekend were report d monday by the Ames file department. Fir Ai the b. In Burns roaming House 127 1-2 Welch Avenue at 9 20 a. In. Saturday damaged a door and oth to Woodwork of the third floor. Shortly after 9 p. In. Saturday firemen were called to the or. F. L. Robinson Home. 615 grand Avenue where a Chimney burned out lifted from the water. Klass Evart diver found the windshields and All windows but one intact and doted. He broke the Windshield with a Hammer and out floated the body of mrs. Massey. He attached ropes to it and it was pulled to the surface by n he the toys. Men on Tho tug that supplied among the to him with air. J distributed tue a hearses had waited All Day at the Bridgehead. They took the bodies to two morgues followed persons with net incomes of less by a mile Long line of Automo than $,>,000 paid nearly to percent Biles. The Public was to be per-1 of total income taxes of $374,120, milled to View the bodies of the Mary b. Allan to 469 in 1933, compared Tveith 0.45 per partly identified and the a a cent of $1,001,938,147 in 1929. Lifted monday. Coroner j. Co make Home in wl8, incomes of the Small salaried of of Prince George county or monday Barlow of Therien can will be in the Cut a he in he am ions i try stills Ell is will. Ben. And Avis id mrs. J. Is okla. Will to held from the add v Waite 1 la Giau Brashy charge burial a cemetery. Which will be Are 20 slots. Is bicycles or tricycles ii wagons to kiddie cars 650 books and continued on Page two of the Small salaried group Rose from 32 percent in 1929 re 1 an for to 62 percent of All taxable incomes it a a in 1933. The relatively higher in College Library comes Otth bf.,up As Ell. A a Low i to it wed. a College Library will be closed at i p. Lo., tuesday and remain closed until 8 a in. Thursday to permit new electrical installation. Or personal Tux i counted for the inert it miss Mary b. Pher in the Agri lug office at to tar several years Day night to or w Allan i Tural St Nogra Engineer stain College t Ames Sun her Home in Louis havens to Job in new Jersey Ouis mavens son of or and mrs g. A. Havens former Antes people now living at Garden Grove has Ben App nud assist ant chemist in the technical Bureau of the Barber Asphalt company at Maurer. N. J. Havens was graduated from Airt s High and in chemical engineering from Iowa state College in 1934. His new work will in in the s testing of fuels and Asphalt. Hit address is 95 Green i-t., Wood Bridge n. J. New York a col. Charles a. Lindbergh fled from America with his wife and three year old son Jon on the liner american importer at 2 53 a. In. Sunday to establish a new Home in England where he Hopes to live quietly and assure his son the Normal childhood that has been denied him in the United states. They sailed secretly from new York having bought the exclusive passenger occupancy of the combination passenger and cargo vessel which is due in England the last of the month. The americas importer was urday but was held up almost three hours for the Lindbergh. Officials of the United states line refused to deny or affirm the Lindbergh were aboard but the United Tress Learned from other sources that they were. May stay i not Jet 4 ti., tree informed that the colonel was determine i to remain in England permanently i if necessary for Jones Protection. He had been disturbed recently by the revival of publicity in the Case i. Up j of Bruno Richard Hauptman w hol ast variance i or was convicted of kidnapping and murdering hts first son Charles Augustus or. Plans for their departure were kept secret from All except members of the family and intimate friends. It is believed that in England the Lindbergh May go to the House of mrs. Lindbergh s Broter in Law Aubrey Neil Morgan who lives in Cardiff Wales. Morgan whose late wife was miss Elizabeth Morrow and who is believed to be visiting in China has spent considerable time in this country at the estate of Are. Lindbergh Mother mrs. Dwight a Morrow in Englewood n. J. The Friend of Lindbergh while confirming that he is now in rout to England with his family declined to discuss any details of the de parture. But As to the reasons for the Lindbergh so decision to move from their Homeland he explained that they had been worried Over the new deluge of threats which have become More numerous As the Day of Hauptmann a execution approaches. They had become concerned not Only for their songs immediate safety but feared that in this country he never would be Able to grow up normally. The Lindbergh apparently Long had discussed moving from this country but one recent incident particularly decided them to await no longer it was indicated. Take pictures the three year old boy Jon a being driven Home from Nursery school by a maid when a Large automobile containing several Mea crowded their car to a Stop at the curb. They jumped out of the car Trenton n. J. Fri Bruno Richard Haup Mann filed a petition for clemency with the court of pardons monday. This is the last court of Appeal for the convicted Lindbergh baby kidnapper. Hauptmann signed the petition monday morning and turned it Over to col Mark Kimberling keeper of the state prison. Colonel Kimberling in turn had it taken to the Lilied of the filing and will set the meeting of the court. He has indicated the meeting would be after Christmas and before new years. The court is composed of the gov it Merth Chancellor and six judges of the court of errors and appeals. Hauptmann was not told of the departure of the Lindbergh a for Europe six to appear in Amateur contest finals on tues. Six finalists winners Lara Leary Amateur Contes sered by the american auxiliary will compete finals at the Capitol in pres Spori legion in the theater night following the first tuesday show. Tho competing tuesday Are Kenneth Warren blackface comedian Norma and Dorothy May Threlkeld mandolin and guitar j cameras swiftly took pictures a j u song Ai my i voters Wai dance qty in >0 Arrasmith Bud Roberts tilth of the Herbert the Harmony Limpers unlit Cor and meats. Truckload of Popcorn pops Seattle Elf a there was enough Popcorn to feed a thousand hungry kids near Here the other Day. Things started popping when a truck loaded with seven ton of Popcorn caught fire after striking a Bridge rail. Madison wu., with a sister mrs. P. P. Bishop the former Katherine Allan of Amra. She will con Moue secretarial work there. Miss Allan has been Active Here in the work of the find me Tho during the remainder of the i diet Church and the Bujin eee and Christmas holidays the Library j Pron a Sioval women a club. She is a Niece of mayor w. L. Allan and will be open from $ a. In. To 5 p. A. Monday to Friday and from 8 a. M. To noon saturday. It will be closed even digs. Saturday afternoon and sunday mrs. Eugene Nelson of ame. Her parents. Or. And mrs. John Al la0, former will la. A am is to pee now live in haunt wis Nevada Lodge in officer election Nevada a. Ii Hor Abac her was elected worshipful master of Nevada Lodge no. 99. A f. And a. M. At the annual business meeting Friday evening. Other officers Are Norman Dobson senior Warden j. A Hathaway Juu a or Warden w. A finale Trey user a ii. Hunt Secretary it. A. Davis trustee. J installation will he held in i january in Ator and comedy tap Billy Rhodes Singer f a prize of $25 will he Given i the w inner of first place $15 for a $5 for third $5 for fourth and two weeks parses to the capital theater for fifth and sixth. Winners will have the i Opportunity of a private audition j before Gene and Glenn Des Moines radio artists. Saturday morning january la when they appear Here. Selection of winners will be made on the basis of audience reaction and decision by judges who win make their decisions of the basis of stage appearance poise and accomplishment. Child and raced away. Terrified nurse and child i went on Home unmolested but Jon j was not sent to school any More j after that. Preparations for the departure for England were made with the greatest secrecy. Col Lindbergh himself obtained the passports to Washington about a week ago. Continued on Page seven Dollar opening Paris american Dol r open d monday a 15,1s v4 .5�?T�?~7 c no a Francl the British Hind opened Ai 74 8$ francs. So die on roads by United Presa Snow Aud heavy Holiday Tref a used mire than so death Over the weekend in an unusual number of Road accidents in All parts of the United states. Save liner Caff v a v Jap coast guard cutters pulled the grounded liner Friona into deep mater at a j a in monday and Aho proceeded toward Philadelphia under own Power

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