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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Ames, Iowa I i use classified ads to buy sell Exchange or heat Telephone 2400 Ames daily Tribune and times fit Giitl so Tai into term tort s we e of Pec a St i generally fair and cooler Setal Day night and sunday temperature a tri. 4 15. Of i cs.5 sat. 8 a. My a 80 11 a. Rn., 93. Precipitation none a few drops fell vol. 70 no. 15 official a Mea and Story county paper Ames. Iowa saturday. July 18, 1936. United pre wire service three cent army revolt Breaks out in Spain playground open House programs Here next week 1,800 a Ames children to take part in events with next week marking the final week of the summer recreational program several of the groups Are planning special performances it was announced saturday by Kenneth Wells director of the program. Total enrolment counting duplications has been Over 1,800, with swimming the music groups and dramatics showing the Best attendance during the past two hot weeks. Monday evening the playground department in cooperation with the visual instruction service of Iowa state College is showing a six reel talking picture entitled Quot take me out to the Ball it will be shown at the music Pavillion in the City Park instead of at Brookside Park where it was previously announced that it would be shown. This picture will show the outstanding players of the american league who will describe the fundamentals of each position. Several scenes from last years world series will be shown. There is no charge and everyone is Welcome. It will commence at 8 15. Manual arts tuesday the Welch manual arts group is holding open House in the Welch shop. Visitors May see several of the different projects completed during the past six weeks. On wednesday the downtown nature study group will have an All Day hike beginning at 8 a. In. At Brookside Park. The fourth Ward nature study group is holding its All Day his saturday. Wednesday evening at 8 of clock the dramatics group under the direction of mrs. Ferne gaunt will present a play at the High school auditorium entitled a Tho by it k there is no charge to this play and the Public is Welcome. Full Day a number of activities have been scheduled for next thursday. In the morning the swimming classes will demonstrate the achievements of the six weeks instructional period the handicraft and sewing group will hold a puppet show and exhibit in the Welch school sewing rooms thursday afternoon. The puppets were made by the girls in their classes. Other projects made will also be exhibited. The downtown arts group will hold its open House at the Central Junior High shops thursday afternoon. The corrective speech group will hold a demonstration in the High school auditorium thursday afternoon at 2. However Only parents of children who have been taking corrective speech Are invited to this program. Thursday evening the summer activities band will Combine with the City band for a concert at the band Shell. Preceding the concert the drum and Bugle corps under the direction of ii. P. Steams will present a Drill and concert. Also thursday evening the fourth Ward nature study group will hold another Star study on the Campus near the Campanile. Adults As Well As children Are invited to see and study the heavenly Bailies through a powerful Telescope. Athletic program Friday afternoon the playgrounds continued on Page three Nea service Tribune radio photo pictures exciting aftermath of attempt on King Edward s life capture of thwarted Assassin camera rashes struggle that saved ruler where attack took place the usually sedate Region seen Here from the air. Mound Buckingham Palace in London was thrown into Tarn Oil by the attempt to Assis-1 hate King Edward Chi As ii Rode along con t it it Ion Hill after reviewing troops left flashed across the Ocean in record time and in. Ii d to the Tribune. The remark Alife Nea service Rad tap Hole lbs it brings you the tense scene on Hill Uear Buckingham Palace in London As by. And i s and police struggle to subdue George or Crew Mahon Attar the journalist flourished a revolver at King Edward vill in an to Parent As. A. Slation attempt. Mahon feet braced against being pushed Tow id the curb by his c actors is seen in the Center. Spectators intent on watching the passing Royal Parade Eye the scuffle in Surprise. Cool Breeze All Morocco is brings slight reported held heat Relief by rebel Force Mccarl says Landon no fantastic a Secretary huh employees to experimenter sanely progressive tri i c p a of la frs Andle special top Etc a inn up to of the of the Milt it Zimmt. Lilly i i 11 i i i in i i to. Topeka. Ran. Or a a. R. Mccarl Long the watchdog of the u. S. Treasury As comptroller general saturday struck % Tow or g9v. Alf. M. Landon of Kansas As a Climax to his criticism of new Deal spending policies. Mccarl himself a Republican. Said the 1936 Republican candidate would of elected president a work for the total elimination of appropriations for impracticable or foolish Mccall emerged from a two hour confab with the governor Friday and issued a 400-word statement lauding the Kansas executive As a sanely progressive and not Likely to be a tempted toward fantastic Mccarl was appointed com tie Ler general by president Harding. He served until a few months ago when he retired from the regular 15-year term with a castigation of the spending of the Only d Mccratic administration in which he served gov. Landon heartened by my Carlos Blanket endorsement saturday prepared Foith to t important week of his life with a a Little horseback Riding and a a Little on thursday of next week he will deliver his Perch h re accept no the Republican pie identical nomination. He planned also to a Dpi bsh up his accept be address in the few Days remaining before the Celebration for which this Hon As capital has planned Many weeks. Meanwhile he Cut Down the number of his conference appoint ments. Two a re scheduled today. With Walter Kirk executive Secretary of the National peace conference and Clark Eichelberg in. Member of tin league of Katie a association. Both ase of new York. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page three for the int were. 1. What is the name for the Art of flying a heavier flan air Craft similar to an air plane but not provided with an engine 2. Who was Michelangelo 3. Was former president Hoover Ever 1 member of president Wilson a Cabinet 4. On w Bleb Bank of the Hudson River is West Point name the capital of the state of , Mexico. In astronomy what is the name of the path described in space by a heavenly body who wrote a Little Dorrit Quot on which rivet is the Chillicothe Ohio Nam the Capitol of Portugal. What is a symptom in medical practice Cost probes Spurrer both parties expect ammunition Washington up a political pressure saturday seeded plans of the Senate committee inquiry into economies in Federal government operation. Definite plans for committee activity Are expected shortly after chairman sen. Harry f. Byrd. I va., returns to the capital Robab in next Moonday administration leaders defend ing new Deal expenditures and re German pastors braving Wrath of nazi chiefs 5. Berlin tip a opposition pastors in the evangelical Curch Brav my the Wrath of the nazi government As never before have threatened to circulate secretly thru out the country a Strong letter of protest against existing conditions unless the government replies to it it was understood saturday. A chief Point of the complaint it was Learned is that Adolf Hitler is i being defied by the nazi under him. Officials intimated saturday that 1 publicans attacking the High Cost the government would not reply tot of Federal government were re the letter on the ground that the ported anxious for an Early report opposition banded under the title from the committee. Jot the temporary Church Leader committee findings Are expected was illegal. To become an important Factor Ini the communication was sent Toi the political Campaign. Both my Hitler at Whitsuntide at the and Jor parties expect to find Campaign of May 4,000 words in All and has material in reports of the commit j not been acknowledged tee creation of which was author a ten opposition Church leaders sized by the last session of con a signed the letter including the Tress. Administration leaders were represented As feeling that the study would show that Economy was wanting in the government Long before the new Deal took office. They said the inquiry would serve to carry out the 1932 Campaign phage of Economy and consolidation republicans on the other hand were reported anxious to obtain material emphasizing overlapping and duplication of government agencies. A bread buttered on new Deal Side a Washington he a Farmers of the. United states we a told saturday by Secretary of state Cordell Hull on which Side their bread is buttered. The Bulehe said is definitely on the Side tie wart the Roosevelt administration. Simultaneously the usually mild spoken Secretary of state told Clit ice of has reciprocal to Ade treaty program what he thinks of them and of Deli Mil dam. He summed up theae that in four words a this agr cultural wrecking the Trade agreements Hull said. Have improved foreign markets for american Agni cultural or Oil nets. Have increased the Domestic prices of wheat Corn hogs cattle anti other farm products Aud have helped to inert the agricultural income 01 this country by almost i two thirds Between 1932 Ani. 1935. J a the la Mer w ill not forget that j those who Are seeking to capital a ize him Lei their own purposes Are the same persons who boasted of their leadership during the years prior to 1933, but who pushed him into bankruptcy and left him there a Hull Aid. He said the reciprocity Trade i program was adopted a practical Agency to Deal effectively Withan unprecedented emergency that j ii is working Well and that it is a serving gradually to regain foreign markets to the distinct Benefit of american agriculture and Industry. I sales or cram in about 75 percept Ltd i the Ames floret will by placed in tall Chara of the s.01.- to which they work not thursday fuday and saturday for the hrs employ e s Day.-, up c a1 int to by h i in the City. On these three Days employ n will turn Over the administrative paths to the or h in is. Who will a Lime th5 duties of offering to p i sons of Ames and virility a inn in of Midsummer bargains. The employees will Nave full charge Otth a s tor the the Days and tiny will select men ban disc and will fix spelt Al bargain prices it a Repin ted of. V. Mccarthy chairman of the commit the in charge of ibis program Phil members of the committee Are j in legs Bauge and l. T. Glass n. Thursday the first Day of this unique Rales event tin employ is will take a one Lay vacation a Lake Chinar for picnic Golf and 8w tanning. F men night pending Arri two am Here Friday the City jail monday. Charles l Bartlett tenth Street sch charges of false drawl up. N information sigm Vera and p Dat crazed Man kills wife son attempts at suicide fail life. A. Or Carnuel c. Weed to. A bes created clerk at the Klie wot us of the general Al ct.1c company hammered his v Ile. Irene and son David 4, to death saturday aim inflicted critical wounds of Bis other son Chai Lee 2. Weed a sunday school superintendent was Appl hended on the la Usitalo Toad alter to 1 unsuccessful attempt to commit suicide by tin of tag Hin Melf beneath the w heels of trucks. We Dha Bun acting minister of the it Burch of the Nazareno in Wesley v file. Erie jul bulb during the past01vacation. Friends said he had Beni acting strangely since a heat attack last sunday a live t Beni i Weed shouted from hts front porch when he a a neighbor mrs. William Bick. A killed who a re screamed. A Ste whole family a Weed replied then ran frantically out to the Buffalo Road us re police Aries d h in during hts if foil at it Wieldt. The death instr Mot an Ordin Amir. Had been obtained in some remit f from the intense hat of the past two weeks was afforded Ames residents Friday night and saturday As a Cool Breeze which at Cee time threatened to became a dust storm Brot lower temperature and a few drops of rain. After Relief had been expected first from the West an then from the East a North wind Friday night blew up a Short lived dust storm and with it a few drops it rain. Early saturday morning a few More drops of rain fell but local weather observers reported that the rain did not even amount to a Trace. The last rain recorded in the Eity was on june 29. When of incite. Felt. On Juno 26 there was .09 Inch of rain but the last min of any appreciable amount of value to crops was on june i Wile .32 Inch fell. Altho the lowest temperature re i riled her in the last 24 hours was 80 degrees a Cool Breeze apparently c Ming from rain Clouds surrounding the Central part of the state gave Relief from the dry heat. The highest Mark Friday was Ion.5 degrees and the Mercury at la a. In. Saturday was 93 degrees. Mrs. Pearl Reed of Ames who is now employed in Des Moines was taken to the lutheran Hospital there Friday suffering from heat prostration mrs. Reed was employed Here last Winter at the Ames social service league office. Thundershowers to be prevalent Des Moines Hpe Welcome rainfall the first to More than a Mouth n Many portions of the vim Tell Ett parch d North East e in Iowa Fields saturday. Weather forecasters predicted that thundershowers would be prevalent Over Many Section of the Tate bringing Relief to iowans who have suffered under the unrelenting blistering Sun for is Days. Charles Recd. Federal meteorologist emphasized that the beat wave has net been permanently a bated. A while rainfall has Brot Relief from the abnormally High temperatures to time sections the heat wave has not been broken. The Relief is Only temporary and decidedly local a he said. Cooling Rains and breezes from Northwestern Canada broke Tho extreme heat in Wisconsin. Southeastern Minnesota Illinois and Iowa. Only the Plain states of Kansas continued on Page two Youthful flier on Way to Cross country record leftists confident of crushing move Casablanca. French Morocco a virtually All of Spanish Morocco was in the Banda of military rebels saturday native runners from the Riff country Between Ceuta and Mel Ila reported Here. By United press saturdays events in the outbreak against Spain s left Wing i government Madrid a army units in Spanish Morocco revolt government con Talent of suppressing the movement is prepared to use All its f Rees against the rebels. Gibraltar messages from French Morocco report rebels holding All key posts in Spanish Morocco. Peri Gnamm United press Cerre up indent penetrating closely guarded Spanish Morocco learns of revolt in Barcelona chief City of the North. Loyal troops suppressed rebels in a fight in which one Man was killed he reported. Wichita. Kan. He Peter g held la of cd d by Fly Rev. Martin Niemoller. One of the pioneers in opposition to the ossification of the Church. It objects to persecution of the evangelical Faith by nazis in a an attempt to ban christianity from j Row Public life a to the introduction to mat schools of teachings of old Ger iian selections from a a Mikado to be broadcast monday the summer Quarter choral society will close its work ii Day at 5 15 p. In. With a Broad at Over to i of selections from a the Mill alow by Gilbert and Sullivan. The chorus under the direction i f prof. Tolbert Macrae head of the music department a rehearsed twice a Ach week during the first term of the summer Quarter. Rosalind Cook of the music department will play the accompaniments f r the broadcast. The parts will be Sung by m. C. Severson Noel Taylor Kenneth 1, professor Macrae Wood Beard. Rebecca Ness Dyer Aret Taylor and Wilma higher Allen of the Allen m i puny. Three checks fur and 95, written on the St j Bank at Story City. W j been returned marked were submitted by Allen j Otis list waa being charge of driving win rated. He was arrested i on second Street Folk ports that a had Situ belonging to the West station on fifth and Gnu Iii tent it eve on cd. Tech 011 no ii to funds. Id on i n Chi y night g re i truck service venue. E basement it was found with blood and mated i e bed beside his wife a Boc police Caid wind could ocher it Story. Etc on not the Page pleads for fearless rugged court justices Cedar age detail a puts on attorn Edna in upon re Putli it Ion Del Gates n of fearless and Kelt 8. City of to Money prices London or a the Pound was j 15.03 saturday Gold was 138 shill legs 9 Pence an ounce and the Dollar Price was $34.89 1-2. Gold alts were 130,000 pounds $1,168,-900. French Franca were 75 15-16 to the Pound. Man paganism to the nazi principles of blood race and nation to nazi antisemitism to the nazi doctrine of nationalist utilitarianism which holds that right is what is useful to the nation. But particularly the protest is against the alleged deification of Hitler. Stocks irregular new York or a stocks opened tabular by higher saturday in moderately Active trading. Bonds cot ton and foreign currencies were i 3, at a irregular. Kildee to speak in new England Deau h. H. Kildee of the Divi Sion i f of lege Storrs agriculture at Iowa state a ill leave Here monday for conn., where he will a i Pear on the program of farm and i Home week there he will appear on the Massachi Betta state College Farmers week i i program at Amherst july 30, Ile j 1 will also speak at Lee mass aug. I condolence pour in on family of senator Murphy Dubuque. La. Or a Mersa Gei j of sympathy from govern i official and Friend in ail i 1 the nation con Lnu d to Poi the Home of mrs. Louis j saturday a friends of the la Atar completed plans for his i re monday president Franklin i. Roo members of the Senate and j of representative s. And stat juniors sent wires of condolence i the Murphy family. More than i it persons Are peeled to att and the funeral we will be held monday at to a in. St. Mary a Church. Taal a of into Phy sen vet Mise gov Aciert for justices prune court. Indications were g. Albert of Jeffer publican on the would be re Nom my support is of Hayes of Knoxville judge t. G. Gartel Strong contend is. Page q. Of p. K de that a there a whim the High rout persistently and a it a Floyd saturday Sun jud1e.nl to Nom 1 aate rugged Chartae Iowa Sutta in to by the fag uni ted state Terly assail what he ten for the Sac supreme Coit cd Tami to grass fire put out no damage City atoned t me Ting if the new ens Dollar opening Paris he a the Dollar open d saturday at 15 08 francs 6 631 i cents a franc. The British Pound Story which the Ous was sex Tungui. Department Thun much damage a started in the tin. Grass fire become be Rill by the fire y noon before Lone. The fire r of the Elmer land ital Stein friesian association opened at 75.85 francs. Sand farm cast 0 town. Dana 20-year old transcontinental Filer was expected to Stop tier 1 arly saturday at the approximate half Way Mark of his attempt to j Mash his own Cross country Light plane record. From Albuquerque n. M. Where be refuelled Dana sped his Joie Wing Ryan monoplane to Amarillo i tex., after fighting headwinds tar Euils. He landed at Amarillo at j 12 06 a. In. Cost and took off to minutes later. By tween Amarillo and Woodward where he refuelled at 1 52 a. Rn., Cost Dana picked up and land no 15 minutes Ahad of his old rec-1 Ord according to flying time. Nine members of two families die in train crash Dundee. Mich. The it a nine i members of two Farrell pa., families were killed instantly saturday when an Ann Arbor Railroad passenger train crashed into their Sedan at a Grade crossing mar Here. The Accident occurred shortly j lifter to a in. When the two Amil j in were starting Back to pea Nayl Ania after a visit with relative at Dundee. The train demolished the Auto j n Chile and threw eight of its occupant into the Raisin River which is Only about one foot de p at that j Point. One body a found on the Banks of the Stria. 125 placed in teaching posts Dean j. E foe tor Bead of the Iowa state College teacher placement Bureau has announced that 125 graduate have been placed in reaching p Silica Ainee March i by the Bureau copyright 1936. By United press Madrid or a rebel army units rising against the left Wing government. Held important army centers of Spanish Morocco saturday. The rebellion started Friday night in Media chief Garrison town Aud spread to other bases. The United press correspondent at Perpignan French Spanish Frontier reported that the revolt broke prematurely and was to have been a National one thru out Spain proper. He reported a Brief minor revolt at Barcelona capital of cat Tanto quickly a Upp Reneeda the United pres correspondent at Biarritz on the Frontier asserted that there had been a heavy movement of contraband arms to Spain for three or four Days a strict censorship one of the most severe Ever imposed blanketed the entire country dominant the government was confident that it dominates the situation it was prepared to attack the rebel by land. Sea and air of necessary. Afer the revolt broke at Mel Lila. It was indicated for a time that Spanish foreign legion troop retook the town. But later it appeared that the foreign legion men joined the rebels. They Are a crack disciplined l tee w hich a been brought to Spain in past times to suppress disorders. After withholding the news from the Public for Many hours the government announced that some array units had revolted in Morocco but asserted that meet of the army Romaine Loyal there As in Spain proper and expressed Confidence of the Early end of the movement Mel Lila seemed to be the Center ready to fight members of the Well organised unofficial socialist and communist militia in support of the government. Are ready for action and on the Alert ready to fight for the regime. Soon before this dispatch a telephoned the Madrid broadcasting stall n. Silent for Many hours disseminated Tho following official cute from the government Quot a new criminal offence Bas been c minuted against the Republic. Military elements at some military base in Africa have revolted but Force of land sea and air have it to go against them and it in expected that they will be dominated this indicated that of Only the me ii i la area was affected at least the area took in All of that adj continued on Page two aunt Lindy says men Are different and what constitutes a Man Sis de Job for one fellow is no Job at All for the next one

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