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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - January 6, 1938, Ames, Iowa Official Ames and Story county Pape Rames daily Tribune and time Universal in the Ames territory weather forecast Cloudy and colder thursday night fair Friday. Temperature a wed. 2 15 M., 39 thur. 9 a. 10 1 30 In 14. Precipitation Trace. Vol. 71 a no. 161 United Prest wire service Ames. Iowa. Thursday january 6. 1938 official Ames and Story county paper three cent condemns gag War referendum mrs. Mather starts Story 4-h program closes 18 years continuous service eighteen years continuous service in Story county 4-h girls club work was the record recently completed by mrs. John i. Mather prominent farm woman near Ames when she recently resigned As county chairman. Impi eased by the Fine work done by 4-11 club girls in other counties which was display at the Iowa state fair in the late summer 1920, mrs. Mather upon her return Home began plans for the organization a girls club. Meeting with mrs. Mather at her country Home in the Early fail were seven Young women who formed the membership the awol club Grant township. These Young women Are mrs. Dorothy Kingsbury Morris mrs. Margaret Larson Toms mrs. Margaret Taylor Sherk mrs. Neelje hath Christian miss Margaret Andrews miss Marguerite Kirby and mrs. Ruth Kingsbury Springer. Peak record other clubs were soon organized until a Peak record 18 clubs one in each township and two in two townships was reached during the years 1928 and 1929. The membership was listed then As Between three and four Hundred girls. The need for clubs this Type was particularly Strong at that period for there were few activities for the farm youth. The number Clubb has declined in the past few years As the Broad program for farm youth has extended. However Here Are still to Active clubs for 4-h girls in Story county with a membership 180. A Tribune reporter in interviewing mrs. Mather found it very difficult to get her to Tell about herself. Instead she wanted to Tell her a a girls who had made such splendid records for themselves and for their clubs. All efforts after a years service As Lead r the awol club mrs. Mather was elected county chairman the 4-h girls clubs. She was Leader for another year and then devoted All Lier efforts to the work thru out the county. A part mrs. Mather s work has been to represent the 4-h club girls at state meetings the Iowa federation women a clubs the Iowa 4 la club convention farm and Home wet u at Iowa state collect and she has also represented them at the International livestock exposition at Chicago. Mrs. Mather has never missed a state meeting nor a farm and Home week program and has missed but j two the annual conferences the Story county farm Bureau. Reluctant at the 1937 annual farm Bureau meeting in Nevada where mrs. Mather a resignation was reluctantly accepted the county Hoard named her county chairman emeritus in recognition her splendid work with the county-4 h girls. An interesting part the county wide program Are the achievement Day rally Day county picnics and banquets which Are held each year. Twelve persons attended the rally Day program in Nevada in 1922 and at last years rally More than 250 farm youth took part in the two Day program. Projects clothing Home furnishings no continued Page eight As millions apply for unemployment benefits waiting patiently in a Long line these St. Paul minn., workmen Are seeking to Register for unemployment insurance Ben fit payment which is getting under Way in 21 states and the District Columbia. Payment 3500,000,000 in these benefits is a line self defense against falling employment which is expected to help curb the Busin Ess recession. More paving in 1937 than in five years the Iowa state Highway commission paved More Miles Iowa roads in 1937 than in any the new feelers f see Sumners is boomed for High court Bishop Oxnam is religious week speaker curb strike rights illegal declares Norb mrs Rothacker ii Dies at Home was Active worker in organizations looks askance at production stabilization Washington up a president William s. Knudsen general mrs. Ralph r. Rothacker 42, an motors corporation thursday sex Washington ibo the National labor relations Board informed Congress in its annual report thears dip that land limitations Active me Nebr several local pressed doubt to the Senate Unzem the Rishi to strike would be in Clatl died at her Home at i payment investigating committee constitutional. The statement was that prudent Roosevelt a Sugges made in the face a reviving 25 1 Earson Avenue at 9.< a Rn., Uon for gtabilizatl0n production drive to Amend the Wagner act wednesday. She had been in fail through Industrial conferences under which the Board operates f no health for the past year and oud prove effective and to take Steps to increase Trade had been critically ill tor the Paatz Knuden a a vew were exp cml a Union responsibility. Unconstitutional month with heart and trouble. Born Helen Mcmillen july 0, in response to a request by committee chairman James r. Byrnes past five years expended a total $14,469, 529.64 for construction but has indicated that new construction this year would be reduced by More than two million dollars. It was revealed thursday in the annual report filed with governor. Statement the consolidated statement the commissions finances during the past year indicated that a total $28,642,434.04 was made available in the course the year. $17,582,-099.51 coming from state motor License fees and gasoline taxes and $8,0,ts.265 15 from the Federal government. Primary Road Bonds also brought in $2,787 219.62. Total expenditures during the year were $28,691. 16.06. And the balance hand at the end the year lots $4,418,077.55, As compared with a balance hand at the ginning the year $4,467,459-57. Of the expenditures $23,064, 978.78 was from the primary Road fund $5,405,170.45 from the primary Road Bond fund and $221,666.-83 from the Highway commission support fund. Paving construction work during the past year included the completion 312.9 Miles paving 67.6 Miles Graveling. 146 3 Miles grading 65.9 Miles bituminous surfacing and 1,199 Bridges and culverts. The condition the primary Road system nov 30, 1937, the report revealed gave Iowa 4,817.9 riles paved roads 568.8 Miles bituminous surfacing 2,890.4 Miles Gravelled roads 49.8 Miles graded but not surfaced roads and 105 7 mites Road not built to finished Grade. This makes a total 8,432.8 Miles prepared Road in the state primary Road system. Increase the expenditure $14,469,529 for construction represents a substantial increase Over the $13,887, 440 spent in 1936. The Cost main tanning the primary Road system the Board said in a discussion j j89 at Yan Wert q she was i so cd a for comment the Wagner act that it imposes graduated from the Van Wert High prop Ltd. The in a to 1938 was $4,337,010. Which sex no curb strike rights. Such j go Boot and the Bowling Green University. She was married at Van Fra Liberal trends Washington a members the House judiciary committee thursday drafted a petition to resident Roosevelt asking him to appoint their chairman rep. Hatton w Sumners d., tex to the supreme court vacancy caused by the retirement Justice George Sutherland. The petition was filed shortly after it was disclosed at the White House that president Roosevelt had accepted Sutherland s decision to retire and had acknowledged his letter retirement with a reply Felici Tating him his a Many years Public service a a ability a the undersigned members the judiciary committee the House representatives most respectfully present the name honorable Hatton w. Sumners for your consideration in making the appointment to fill the vacancy the Bench the supreme court which will be cause by the retirement . Justice Sutherland. A in so doing we bespeak your thought upon his ability his achievements us record in both private practice and Public service his poise judicial temperament erudition clarity brilliance and Broad humanity a his Mastery that Field the Law which is Tho Especial province the supreme court and withal his Liberal progressive attitude and philosophy life and government. Confidence a with unbounded Confidence in a map q. Krom Lei Nam Bishop Garfield Bromley Oxnam the Omaha area the methodist episcopal Church will inaugurate the eleventh Annua religious pm phases week at Iowa state College at an All school convocation thursday Jan. 13, at la a. Rn., in state gymnasium. His subject will be Quot Are the ethical ideals Jesus valid one the first colleges in the United states to incorporate a religious emphasis week As a part the curriculum. Iowa state first instituted the special Observance in 1927. This years program will consist six student lectures by Bishop Oxnam a special faculty luncheon meeting Jan. 14, a series 60 discussion groups to be held at organized social houses and led by faculty members and Ames min judge Sumners we wholehearted in. A a. Common him to your von me a cd mat a limitations. Would no doubt be it explained the weft put n 1919 to prof r r statute was designed to eliminate Rothacker now assistant proves the causes the huge pop option i a0r in Iamb grape architecture at Dent suggested that the govern Pendl Ture Rose to $4,453,415 during strikers. And for the peaceful adjustment mounting criticism the Law Iowa state College. The family came to Ames in �?�oct., 1921. And mrs. Rothacker was As it now stands was touched off in the faculty women a by speculation that resident Roose a club it the tuesday club and the velt in his message to Cong is a it nor Chestnut Circle Tho col. Desired amendment to Lite presbyterian Church. Sen Charles l Mcnary it., ore., surviving her Are her husband interpreted the address Iii this and four children Alfred 17 fashion. The president said later Mary 12 Mark 8 Eleanor 4. He desired further responsibility go guru living Are two Brothers the part unions but that prank Mcmillen Cuya hoga Steps would not be taken to insure j Pang it q a j Walter Mcmillen this unit is labor failed to clean its Wayne id. A sister mrs. Let own House. J q Jpe 0f Lima o., and her Moth warfare Era Bertha Mcmillen Lima. I the Board blamed warfare be funeral services will be held at tween committee for Industrial t 2 39 M., Friday Rem the colors an Izat Ion and american ration labor affiliate s for administrative diff Cui meat and business engage in con frences to discuss methods keying production More closely to demand thus leveling out business ups and Downs. Sales a if you want to level out the curve a said the tall Blond general motors executive a you will have to control the sales not noting that a 50 percent sales decline in december had forced general motors to Lay off 80,000 men and put the rest its employees a Short work week Knudsen said a i done to think that any one in gods world could Tell me that the Market was going to drop that much in three weeks. A you think that there Are any indicate the past year. Income from Auto License fees and gasoline taxes in 1937 was More than one million dollars higher than 1936, indicating greater use Iowa roads. The income from these sources in 1937 was continued Page two fed fixate presbyterian Church it this a a cd a a a a that would 1 011 the Rev. Walter Barlow in charge. 1 Al 10p _ test your knowledge can you answer seven these Tes questions turn to Page four for the answers. 1. In which state is Rainbow natural Bridge 2. Who were the pharisees 3. What and where is the Nore 4 which novel was the Best seller in 1936? 5. On which Ocean does the South american country Peru Border 6. Name the famous theatre in Milan Italy. 7. Who discovered the Carbon arc for electric lights 8. In what year did Russia adopt the Gregorian Calen Lar 9. Name the birth Stone november 10. What is Kolinsky today a a common error never pronounce room rum say room. Hanging its administrative dim out Buria will be n the allege Ceme ties. It declared the labor feud had try the body wu1 lie in state at caused some employees to invite the Adams funeral Home from to the weaker unit the two rivals l 11-30 a in Friday to organize their plants in order to j 10 l i prevent domination by a Strong 0 cd 1. J Union. A such action a said the seve soil elected Board a is clearly illegal. President Ames Gladiolus society m. Severson an Active member the Ames Gladiolus society for several years and a consistent prize Winner at the annual glad show Here was elected president at the annual election meeting held wednesday night in the City Hall. Or. H. H. Knight in president and Neil chosen secret a by tre it mrs. De Kooser piety with a Silver Cvijo As the t. Noose in Honor her late Ames people have chair formerly in the White House Long Mem . And mrs. R. W. Breckenridge have just received from toe White House at Washington C., with president Roosevelt a permission a Chippendale chair which has been there since president Coolidge administration. In 1926 mrs Coolidge furnished a room at the White House v Ith genuine colonial furniture and . And mrs. Brackenridge contributed this chair which came from the ancestral Breckenridge Home in Bennington vt., the House in which Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain boys founded that state. The chair has been refinished to i bring out the Rich color Cherry Wood from which if is made. The i Jupa it new Low a in the works Ion seeking $1,500,000,000 e 1938 i Eal umber its gauge Knudsen declared that general motors constantly studied All available economic information in gauging its production and despite such studies was surprised by the downturn. Byrnes repeatedly asked Knudsen whether it would not be by tier for the company to use surplus funds a which Knudsen lurid increased $50,000,000 in 1937�?to anti Lynching Biel fired sen. Connelly terms it a a gesture Washington put a sen. Tom Connelly a. Tex., thursday opened a bitter fight to kill the anti Lynching Bill grounds that it is an unconstitutional a political j a Ous in8ur i asks enforcement order against consideration and certify our conviction that your appointment him w Ould rebound to the lasting Honor your administration and the supreme Sutherland . Roosevelt acknowledged the letter As new dealers proclaimed that Sutherland a retirement would open a new Era Liberal trends a further Extension Federal Powers and judicial Protection administration Powers Prev pledge . Roosevelt a Lefter a my dear Justice Sutherland a i have received your letter telling me your proposed retirement from regular Active service the Bench this retirement to be effective and after Jan. Is 1938. A May i Send you my felicitations your Many years Public service. A May i also express the sincere Hope mrs. Roosevelt and myself that we shall have the Privi ledge seeing you and mrs. Sutherland at the dinner at the White House Jan. 20.�?� dinner 1 the Jan. 20 reference was to the j continual Page seven in services to be broadcast monday through saturday Over radio station Woi. Culture Bishop Oxnam will speak at 7 45 Rn., Jan. 14, in great Hall memorial Union Quot the place culture and democracy in the religion the following evening he will speak again at the same time and place a Christ the his schedule sunday will include three addresses starting at an la a. In. Inter. ,. Fraternity re Noel vie in my a a. A and a a it a a la Follette says measure is important believes people have right to full fair consideration Washington up a sen. Robert m. La Follette p., wis thursday condemned the threat gag Rule against the Ludlow War referendum Resolution and descried the measure As a More important to the future destiny the United states than a whole Heap other the Ludlow Resolution is pending in the House. A the simple Issue is whether Congress can be trusted to debate and perfect a principle Many members approve Quot he said. A the nation has been treated to an exhibition hysteria Over this Issue which has been unrivalled Ainee the world War Days. In View what modern warfare Means to the whole nation i believe the people have a right to full and fair consideration. Quot the great popular support for the referendum can i believe be traced to the demand for a open covenants openly arrived at a and to president Wilson a desire for a a solemn referendum our last great venture abroad. I to not see in it any Small Shadow the suggestion a peace at any Price which former governor Landon to gratuitously attached to Navy is Rushing plans for big the Southern states Connally a declaration was the opening blow in a Battle by a bloc 15 Southern senators aided by sen. William e. Borah a. Ida. Some the privately described the fight As an undeclared filibuster. Misled the texan charged that the pub keep men at wot k rather than to lie had been misled in regard to have to Bear part the Relief Burden through taxes Etc. A a you a be reducing that 60 million Dollar surplus 1937 but it would he put out for work for your company a Byrnes said. Confidence was first pre Biden piety. This cup i year in Competition hers. The Date for tin show was set for Ai i states a conally declared. A we Are against the destruction the states. We Are against the emasculation state courts., a 1 Lynching a almost vanished rum to you that Tau court a planned Murd a that surplus wont last Long if this recession keeps up a a Knudsen said. A your salesmen a Byrnes said non Relief people joints Are fastened with we Ooden pegs. J Washington Breckenridge is an instructor in j Progress admit if the mechanical engineering depart to keep within meat at Iowa state College. New Eldora mayor Eldora la. Or a James l. Brown former City Council member thursday was Eldora new mayor succeeding la. W. Emeny removed a court order charges maladministration and Eor option appropriation for year has Cut the is named vice Adams was Lurer. Resented soc to be known memorial cup husband who the glad Doc Deuce is a great Factor in the recession. Would it help Tidence if you reemployed $30,000 men Laid off if Only a Short hours a a yes i think it would but wha would we give the men to Knudsen said. Rectors i sea. Carl a. Hatch d., n. said that reemployment the in would help restore Confidence a improve business and the Bill. That it a deliberately exempts from its operation gang murders in the great cities and a encourages and accelerates the mad Waves crime in other a it May wipe out the government Tai and judicial systems the 48 isl Union. His subject will be a i have been at 3 In. Women students will hear him discuss mater and her the woman a meeting was held for the first time last year and proved so popular that it was included in this years program his final address will be presented at 7 45 Ta., sunday at state gymnasium when he will talk a singing at Midnight. Educator an educator and minister he was made Bishop the methodist i Church in 1936 after being Ord amp in i in 1916. A native a Allf Ornta he holds a b. A. Degree from the University Southern California Liu. D. From Boston University and several honorary degrees. He has done graduate work at Harvard University the Massachusetts instil tute technology and in Instltu-1 tons in Japan. China India and Ford motor firm England. After serving for some i time in ministerial and missionary Washington Ijar the Nawor by turned to Boston Ulver tonal labor relations Board an a Gry in into As professor Pratti bounced thursday that it had forwarded by mall to the sixth circuit t0 a Conn president Pavit court appt als in Covington ky., University Greencastle ind., the expansion move Washington top a Navy department officials rushed plans thursday for construction the greatest peacetime Navy this country has Ever possessed. Spurred by president Roosevelt who has expressed alarm Over the unsettled International situation and the growing disregard for treaty rights and International Law Navy officials prepared Plana for a naval construction program a a replacement building program authorised in the Vinson Trammel act. This additional construction will it asked in a supplemental Bill to be introduced in Congress within the next few Days Navy officials said after a lengthy conference with president Roosevelt. The Bill will project the United states for the first time into the world rearmament race. It la calculated officials said to give this country a Navy a second to none when completed. While officials declined to give definite information regarding plans it was generally understood that the supplemental naval construction will ask for two More additional air plane carriers several heavy cruisers Light Cruiser and submarines Over and above the Washington and the North Carona now the ways at the new York and Philadelphia Navy Yards and the two provided for in ii theology leaving that Pluton Ion ,3�?~ s9 it hmm a it it omitted to Congress wednesday. The Ford motor a Many. The Board decided to seek immediate enforcement its order it a petition asking enforcement following year. He served in that carries claim its cease and desist order against capacity until 1936 a a a peace Delegate against Ames for four years he was a Mem hich court Ber the Board Home missions was understood after rejecting a i Anc Church Extension Hla Church petition from the company wed and ago m Yed the japanese j Lay to reopen hearings the rational commission the basis which the Norb ordered National missionary Council. In Ford to cease and desist alleged egg be went to Russia As a me aids Crim nation against the United automobile workers Union. The Norb has ordered Ford to reinstate 29 workers allegedly Dis mud glad in. 6. Ors in the great cities and in Many charged for Union activity it also that other sections have increased rap i idly and defiantly. Gesture i Quot the South w ill stamp out Lynch ing. The Bill is plainly palpably j admittedly a political gesture to i capture the coloured vote in Harlem i and in a few to called Pivotal it states. Us admitted purpose la to and i Pillory and insult tin Routh to Gath therefore a few coloured votes in a sordid political Comino a lags i to j Bulj would Mae localities 1 and local peace officers liable to non Relief employees to the lowest i Point in the Agenes history it before. It revealed that 97.2 pm heavy fins it were proved that was Learned thursday. J cent All persons spa Roll they were negligent in failing to a confidential Intra Saganey re had been certified by local Relief j forestall a Lynching. Its sponsors port prepared by the division groups As needing Aid. The re contended that in putting the pow research statistic and record j main log 2,$ percent includes fore the Federal government bestow that spa is trying to give men supervisors and directing Hind enforcement anti Lynching More Relief per Dollar than Ever j finals. Haws it would atop Lynching. Des Moines to a c. F. Lytle. Sioux City contractor car nes Duy to reopen hearings the j a National commission the inter i red Ugat t0 collect $5,480 from the City Ames to the state supreme court thursday when he an american delegation to the world peace commission the editor numerous theology a1 books he has written a Broch ire the mexican to los Angeles Street paving and that he was give russian and in 6 480 the amount in spec youth and the new Alan Mccurdy Ames is chair Industrial organization Union and Man the committee 17 which Stop supporting the Ford brother-1 is planning arrangements for the Hood America. Week. Ruth Kunerth Ames is a i committee Secretary Max Naylor i West Lincoln Way to the fourth Stratford is in c Barge radio Ward several years ago. Marlon programs. Also work by with the j Hirschburg. City attorney report has demanded that the manufacturer it it ase alleged discriminatory action against the committee for filed an Appeal from a ruling by District judge t. G. Garfield. Lytle a petition said he had $8 195 coming from the City for Ial assessment certificates which Are valueless. The certificates to question were those purchased by Lytle from the contractor who widened the paving announce prices new Hudson i committee Are Ray Cunningham j that the Case would not come Detroit try Hudson Deal executive Secretary the y. Up for earing until the next term Era assembled Here for the in a., and the Rev. G. S. Nichols Pas j the supreme court. Veiling the Hudson �?o112.&Quot learn j tor the collegiate methodist j a red thursday the new car will sell j Church and president the Ames for a base Price $694, Pius local j ministerial ass a Iatrou. in Detroit for the three Pas Quot. Sanger Coupe. Ger Sedan. The Price for the for Oiher prices announced by the j Mer a said to be the lowest mar Hudson company w ere $740, for j feet Price any four passenger the four passenger Coupe and $775 Coupe prices were not announced for the fully equipped six Saasen for the convertible Brougham. No Pardon Trenton n j. I a / Jersey court pardons refused thursday to Grant a Pardon to John Hughes Curtis. Norfolk about builder convicted obstructing Justice in the Lindbergh kid a pin Case

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