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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1935, Ames, Iowa In use classified ads i to buy sell Exchange or rent Ltd a Aily Tribune \ >5dnf i j weather forecast Telephone 2400 and times Universal in the Ames territory partly Cloudy to Cloudy Pednea i Day night and thursday warmer. Temperatures tuesday 3 30 o. I rn., 31 wednesday 2 15 a. Rn., 23 % 2 p. Rn., 50. J j precipitation none. I s vol. 69 to. 109 official ame and Story county paper Ames Iowa wednesday november 6, 1935. United pres wire service three cent selections dim new Deal prestige red Cross Roll Call to be held Here nov. 11-28 i seek funds for local and National Aid the annual Roll Call drive of the american red Cross will be conducted in Ames and nearby towns from nov. La armistice Day until nov. 28, it was announced wednesday by Sherman w. Needham chairman of the Roll Call committee for the amps chapter of the red Cross. During the past week the Roll Call committee has been arranging pro amp Ramft a g Alxa i a e drive for any a a funds with which to carry on the local and National red Cross activities next year dividing the City into about 130 districts and selecting workers to solicit each District. In nearby towns others on the committee Are mrs e. R. Grove vice chairman mrs. Prank Paine c. E. Daubert and Louis do Ries. In addition to making solicitations in Ames the local chapter drive will include solicitations in Huxley Plater Kelley Story City Roland and Gilbert. A meeting of All workers in the drive is scheduled for sometime this week at which time final instructions and materials will be Given the we Keis. Cour memberships solicitations will be made for memberships in the tied Cross of w feb there Are four types. Tho annual membership costing $1 fhe contributing 35 sustaining to and the supporting $25. Fifty cents of each membership goes to the National organisation for use n the various kinds of Relief and Aid work handled by the red Cross the remain or is used in Ames and Vicinity for the per ral red Crete Relief work. Legion women will sponsor Amateur show 30 pct. Rise in a from Clover of Connor opposes hog production play so apply. Big venue change in i have leading roles in play j inaugurating its Community program for the year the local american legion auxiliary is sponsoring a series of Junior Amateur contests to find the most talented youngster in the City. The auxiliary is confident there Are Many Young people in Ames who have unusual ability in music and dramatics and the aim of the contests it is sponsoring is to give these Young people a Chance to prove their ability. There Are to be three preliminary contests on november 12, 13 and 26, running concurrently with the first three of six Amateur contests to be sponsored by the Ames theater company at the new Capitol. After the preliminary Junior contest on sunday. Dec. I at the Capitol at which the winners of the three Junior contests and any others who wish to compete will vie for a Cash prize offered to the Winner Over All. The theater contests for which Cash prizes Are also being offered will continue for three weeks after the Junior contest is completed. All theater pro con timid it on Page two is considered cities with heat some consider step too drastic one drown concludes lectures on Fri. Will discuss novels thursday a. M. A should intelligent people read novels a is the subject of the talk which Rollo Walter Brown author and lecturer will give at la a. In. Thursday in great Hall of memorial Union. Anyone interested is invited to attend. The lecture is the fourth in the series which or. Brown is delivering at Iowa state College this week. The last a the living poet in poetry a will be Given at 4 15 Friday in agricultural Assembly. Or. Brown is widely acquainted among contemporary authors and artists. has his summer Home at Peterborough n. H., the seat of a Colony of wires and artists. The Washington a thirty Farmers and state agricultural expels conferring with the aaa on the 1936 Corn hog program wednesday prepared the Way for a report on their discussions. The conferences which last from eight to nine hours a Day have discussed nearly All phases of the new contracts to be offered Corn and hog Farmers but have not develop cd definite recommendations. The report is expected by the end of the week. Chief emphasis has been on methods of paying Farmers and on the amount of reduction from the 1932-33 level to be required for Corn and hogs. Program by dec. 15 the aaa has suggested the following objectives for discussion prevention of excessive Corn production in 1936 and 1937, allowance of an increase in next years pig production As great As would take place of no adjustment program were offered prevention of Normal increase in pig numbers in 1937. To achieve this it has tentatively proposed a 30 per cent increase in hog production by allowing Farmers to raise their production to the base level of 1932 and 1933, this was understood to be opposed by some of the Farmer representatives As too drastic a step in returning to former conditions. It has also proposed limiting Corn acreage to 95.000,000 acres or about 10,000,000 less than would be harvested without adjustment the program and contracts for 1936 and 1937 Are expected to be ready by dec. Is it it. St pail Oie a two macalester College chemistry students believe they have discovered methods of extracting highly volatile heating gases from wild Sweet Clover that will revolutionize the heating industries. The students William Mahle to St. Paul and Harold Ohlgren 22, cockatoo have been working on their discovery since last december with the of r. I. Jones and r. B. Hastings chemistry professors who say the plan is the gases methane and ethane. Can be produced at half the Cost of cooking Gas used in the twin cities the students announced. They said $26 Worth of the gases will do the work of eight tons of Coal. The Clover can he grown on sub marginal land Ana 3, acres of it will produce enough Gas to Supply St. Paul a 250,000 inhabitants for a year according to the Youthful experimenters. By products obtained from the Clover include Honey alcohol and acetone. Mahle and Ohlgren Are attempt ing to secure a Patent on their discovery. Conspiracy trial argues Peters gave unusual care or a a i o Case. ,. Late Edwin Arlington Robinson amounts of less than la will Beju Mai me 0 has bes Prlenda 0a account of his wide acquaintance with literary Folk and his own experience As an author or. Brown is Able to speak authoritatively on the Fine Points of literary composition As they Are actually practice. For this reason his round Tablas with student groups of writers should prove especially valuable. Thursday at 4 15 he will meet at 201 memorial Union Chi Delta Phi Inkhorn and the discussion group with miss Esther l. Cooper in charge. Or. Brown has written one of the most charming biographical sketches published in the past year that accepted a contributions but not As a membership be Needham explained. Fifty percent of the funds secured in this manner go to the National red Cross. Seek $1,400 w Hile no definite goal is set n this drive Needham stated wednesday that efforts will be made to secure about the same amount continued on Page two Cream Check need is cause of cow numbers increase education week Here nov. Ims programs for parents arranged dry weather is needed to Stop j damage to Corn j National education week will be observed in Ames school nov. La to 16, inclusive with a variety of programs at the various Ames schools for parents of achoo Chil Dren m. G. Davis schools superintendent announced wednesday. The National program is sponsored by three organizations All of which Are beaded by Low ans at the rile need for ready Cash each i Ean Briggs of Harvard whom weak during the depression was Given tuesday by ii j. Montgomery county agricultural agent As the main reason for the increase in cow population on Story county farms in the last five years. According to the recent census report there were 13, cows on Story county farms in 1930, which number increased to 18,716 in 1935. Several years ago. When cows wire Low in Price a number of Story county Farmers purchased cows in order to secure a weekly Cream Check stated Montgomery. At that time Corn and hog prices were Low. Since then Farmers in this Grain Section have continued to raise More cows in Ord a to round out their farm program stated Montgomery. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to pegs four for the answers. 1. Name the vast desert Region of Central Asia. 2. What is the name Lur a Swiss summer House or Villa j. Who w u Nikolai Vasili vetch Mogul ? i. In which country is the tut Vigil City of Geneva 5. Where is the town of Nock i til Nurkard 6. What is the name for the period of life extending from puberty to adulthood 7. What does the term and Valorme mean 8. Between which states does a he Savannah River run what la v Nuncio the. Which states provide the death penalty for kidnapping he makes to live within his pages. Or. Brown has also recently completed a series of four novels dealing with Southeastern Ohio where i e Waul born. Prior to becoming a lecturer and author or. Brown was instructor and professor of rhetoric and composition at Wabash College for 13 years and also professor of English at Carleton College for three years. In 1923 24 he was a lecturer on English at Harvard. During a leave it absence in 1912 13 be investigated methods of teaching in the French schools the results of which lie recorded in Bis Book Quot How the French boy learns to in 1917-u he was a speaker on Franco Arae rican relations. Be is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. has his masters degree from Harvard and the doctor of letters degree from Lawrence College and Wabash College. A Semi fort Al dinner will be Given at the Oak dining room memorial Union thursday evening at 6 30 p. In. In Honor of or. Brown. Preceding the dinner guests will have Opportunity to meet or. Brown informally at the faculty lounge. Dean Priley will preside at the dinner and or. Brown will speak. Tickets May be obtained at the memorial Union desk or at is Astral building until noon thut Day everyone interested is Anvik to by present. Des Moines cur a Iowa farm-1 i Era Are hoping for Clear dry j j weather needed to Check damage a Quot to the states Corn crop resulting from excessive moisture Charles d. Reed Federal meteorologist said wednesday in his weekly crop report. Rains of the week he said were beneficial in replenishing Iowa s sub surface water Supply and increased soil moisture aided fall blowing and the growth of Winter wheat and Rye. A but conditions were unfavourable for drying Corn either in the cribs or in the Fields a Reed said. Grasshoppers and hog cholera added to the woes of Farmers resulting from the Damp weather Reed said. Some Winter wheat has been eaten off by Grasshoppers and necessitated reseeding and some Alfalfa was eaten by hoppers too late to permit successful reseeding. Quot numerous reports have been received of loss of hogs by cholera a Reed said. Ames school children will enjoy a half Holiday monday when schools Are dismissed at noon in Observance of armistice Day. 29 states receive 9 million Relief Washington comptroller general John Mccarl wednesday gave 29 state in Ork Relief administrators $9,000,000 to Start employ ment projects. His action a to sized the sectional directors of the $4,000,000,000 Job program to select an average of one out of every 15 project to get underway As the new Deal seeded its efforts to end the Dole dec. I. Present time. The american legion headed by Ray Murphy Ida Grove National education association miss Agnes Samuelson Des Moiner and the in United states office of educate \ John w. Stude Baker superintendent of Des Moines schools now on leave. The program in the elementary schools will consist of teaching demonstrations and discussions of teaching problems by parents and teachers. Parents will visit schools and watch class room work after which children will be dismissed and parents and teachers May discuss their problems. The following schedule has been arranged in the elementary schools Crawford tuesday afternoon Whittier tuesday morning Beard Shear and Lincoln wednesday afternoon and Welch elementary thursday afternoon. In the Junior Ani senior High schools a Quot Back to school night for parents program will be followed out with parents attending school much the same As their children. Parents will visit at Welch Junior and Central Junior High schools wednesday night and at the senior High school thursday night. Superintendent Davis stated thai similar programs carried on during the past two years have proved satisfactory w ii attendance in eluding about one half of All parents of children in the schools. Des Moines Rie a conspiracy charges made up against attorney general de l. O Connor Are of such nature that any prejudice against him or the prosecution could exist in every county of Iowa his attorneys argued before the supreme court wednesday. Fred free Sioux City and Tobe Diamond Sheldon represented of Connor in a resistance to the state s efforts to have trial of the attorney general and other defendants in the sensational graft cases removed from Woodbury county. Arguments before the supreme court were on special state prosecutor h. M. Havneros petition to have the supreme court review refusal of his motion for change of venue by the District court at Sioux City. Unfavourable comment the basis of the Havner argument for the supreme court review was the inferred impossibility of securing fair trial of the o Connor Case in Woodbury county Quot where newspapers and a series of petitions have created Public sentiment against the state in addition to unfair accounts published by the Sioux City Tribune Havner argued the state executive Council author led an investigation of the grand jury causing unfavourable comment against the prosecution. It is impress Ible for the state to secure a fair and impartial trial under such conditions. O Connors attorneys said the Quot graft trials should not be removed from Sioux City for the following masons 1. That District judge Peters in denying the state a change of venue from Woodbury county gave the Case unusual care and ruled on the facts not inferences. 2. That threats said by Avnet to have be a made against hint since the investigation of alleged graft started Are a hangovers front the March Verne Marshall Cedar rapids newspaper editor made into the peaceful City of Sioux City with armed bodyguards 3. That Havner not represent ing the state As he should has put pos Ely delayed the of Connor Case to Embarrass the thief Law enforcement officer of the state 4. That the petition for a review of judge Peter decision a not made in Good Faith because a cause exists which would serve to recommend a change of venue a we ask a trial in the very venue in which fathers of this graft investigation chose As the seat of their activities Quot Diamond argued. Republicans of n. Y. In control of lower Hoose Philadelphia demos Point to heavy polling a photos by Griffith Dorothy Root and Richard Miller pictured above will play the leading roles in the fresh and amusing comedy of adolescence. Quot growing pains a which is to be presented by the Ames High school dramatic club in the Public schools Fie id House Friday evening at 8 of clock. Written with compassionate memory for the Small tragedies and excited Joys of adolescents the play is excellent entertainment. Mise Root and Miller Are Ess in the roles of son and daughter of a professor and his wife who struggle valiantly to Lead their children thru the difficult phases of and enc. Poppy Day Sale to be saturday v. F. W. Sponsors Aid program Wilson to seek governor Post on gop slate 1,515 students secure part time employment thru a by a service play postponed at North Grant school to play Quot sound your Horn Quot v Bidi was to have been presented by students at North Grant school Friday night Bas been postponed a week because of the prevalence of mumps in the Vicinity. The play to Wilh the Public is invited will be Given at the scion Friday Nev in. According to a by plans. The securing of part time employment for 1.515 Luna state College students during the past year is listed a one of the accomplishment of the College y. M. C. A., it in revealed in the annual report of i the urbanization. The report states thai estimated earning of students finding employ meat thru the Quot a a employment Sec vice Vuk re $10,573. It a Comer a Lively estimated that records la dude about one third of the work obtained As a direct result of students being placed on these jobs. Commenting on the work of Tbs v. M. C. A., Dean Charles e. Friley vice president of the College stated Quot we believe that the Young men s Christian association is one of the most aria be Organ stations on a a Campus from the standpoint of j helping the students to develop a rational philosophy of life an intellectual and spiritual trait of vital importance in the rapid Aud shifting life of today a the popularity it Lyon Fuhrer Lodge which Iii did Ai d to the a a Yin 1931 by Fuhrer # parents in proved by the report that 69 groups used tile Edge Northwest of the College Din in the past year i Tai registration was 2,024. And registrations fur thu past foul year totals 8,584. In addition to the Many educational and social uses of the old alumni Hall on the Campus the a by Quot has taken Active part in welcoming new students sending out deputation teams to various Iowa cities cooperated in r i St cd Swibas a Des Moines to a in a letter openly declaring his Gube Natoria aspirations. Georgs a. Wilson r. Publican whip of the Iowa state Senate. Wednesday recommended a revision of the existing state con Venetiou representation. Wilson s letter was addressed to the Iowa Republican editorial association which recently proposed a pre primary convention to rec pm mend a slate of Republican candidates and define party issues. Quot i suggest that if Buffa a Eon mention or held and it decides to re rom in rid a candidate for governor that the basis of voting on such a recommendation be one vote for each county regardless of the number of d Legates a county Wilson said. Quot personally i would not feel entitled to an endorsement of such a convention of obtained by the advantage of Polk county s urge i legation Quot Wilson said. Members of the Republican stat committee meanwhile were assembling Here to consider the rec urn int mint Ion of the Republican de the annual Sale of buddy pop pies will be held in Ames saturday under the direction of Peter Anderson commander of the Ames Post of the veterans of foreign wars it As announced tuesday afternoon. M. Tuber of Tim Awe Post and auxiliary will have charge of the Sale of the red paper topples made by disabled pc erat1 in the Des Moines Hospital headquarter for the Sale will be the perfection Cigar store at 231 main Street. The buddy poppies Are sold to the Iochi veterans organisations for Ltd cent each and funds received in excess of the West Are used for Rief work among needy veterans in this Vicinity. Local funds realized from this jail Are distributed As follows groceries 80 percent fuel 30 per cent transient veterans 6 percent veterans in hospitals 3 percent medical attention and Medicine for veterans or their families 7 percent mayor w l. Allan has issued the following proclamation calling attention of the annual Sale to Ames people and asking their sup pert Quot the maintenance of our hospitals and sanitarium for disabled War veterans and the care of world War veterans who suffered permanent disabilities Are important problems of our daily life. Quot each Var the veterans of foreign wars conducts a buddy poppy Sale proceeds of which go to veterans hospitals and for use in this Community for aiding needy veterans Quot therefore that we May give special attention to this Good cause 1. W. L. Allan m n or 0? Ames do hereby declare saturday nov. 9, As buddy Peppy Dav and org All Ames people to support this worthy program a says Ethiopia already split up by Powers Washington her a sen. Henrik shipload Farmer labor member of the Senate foreign relations committee charged in an interview wednesday thai great Britain and France Are a a bluffing Italy and that an actual understanding As to division of territory in a1 ready has been arranged the Tai Gray haired minnesotan a the first committe Yaju to comment in the foreign situation. in braided old world diplomacy opposed any amendments at this time to american neutrality legislation. Criticise i Franco Bibish Cole Alai aspiration and belittled the danger of a general european War. A International Law As we know it today is the Law of the Wolf pack a no morality involved. said. Shipstead charged that franc Rod great Bra Ian were involved in a Mutual a Frame up designed a Sta let Italy get some land and at the same time save the face of the league of nations Quot he said the Versailles treaty gave England France and Belgium As much of Africa As was Worth the league he asserted a designed to protect these territorial expansions while he conceded that great Britain must control the Mediterranean for commercial reasons he declared that a a division of spoils As to Ethiopia was being arranged Laving Italy quasi control Over of Ethiopia but protecting Britain s astern Trade routes. By United pres election results new York a republicans regain control of lower House of legislature. Repudiation of new Deal say Republican Lead Era. Victory for new Deal seen in big democratic popular vote by chairman Farley. Philadelphia a republicans elect mayor of Philadelphia. Repudiation of new Deal. Say Republican leaders. New Deal gains a. Democratic leaders who Point to heaviest democratic vote in decades. Louisville Kentucky counts gubernatorial votes today to decide Ai other new Deal test. Trenton n. J. Republicans Register gains in leists tire Bounty co tests. State nor malty Republican. Bridgeport Conn. A socialists sweep municipal offices. Jaycee to meet wednesday nil rat the nominating committee which will select nominees for next years officers of the attics Junior chamber of Commerce will be named at a meeting in the club rooms in the Sheldon Munn hotel at 8 p in wednesday. Plan for the Post office dedication. Christmas promotion and the annual High school football banquet win be discussed and a final report on the Sam Mer softball program will be made by Roger Alley chairman of the at Beetle committee. Washington Ger a prestige of the new Deal democracy suffered on he Eastern Seaboard wednesday from upon reverses in new York and Pennsylvania As Kentucky began a ballot count that May reveal democratic prospects in the Border states in 193�, new York slate republicans seized from democrats the control of the lower legislative House. Philadelphia voters elected a Republican mayor 3. Summ after a Campaign in which republicans insisted that the Roosevelt new Deal was a Lively and important Issue. Che a o. P. Democrats minimize National significance a new York and pen it Sylvania returns and republics a magnify their portents As the nation enters a presidential year. But it is indisputable that the election news will cheer o. P. Workers thru a1 the state North of the Ohio and East of the Mississippi and perhaps West of the mid line Stream. Democratic Success would have been correspondingly discouraging to the National Republican leaders who Are Labouring to rebuild the party and to the teaser leaders the men and women who make up the front line of any political Battle array. New Jersey faintly seconded the two More important Eastern returns by inc Ensing Republican control of the state Eig Slatore. Obscured by the More spectacular Philadelphia contest a a state wide poll to which Pennsylvania preferred a Republican to a Democrat As Superior court judge. The democrats made a fight for that office. They hoped by winning it to remove the last remnants of Republican Power in the state government mrs. D. Or Kobben District representative for the american Home finding association of Ottumwa. I in Ames fits a a a it a Tother annual work in the City. The association places homeless neglected and Abud children in carefully selected Hies. And finds Homes for own an i girl mothers where May earn Money for their port. The association was incorporated in 1899, owns a Large Modernly equipped Home and has cared for Over 4,006 children it has the approval of the Board of control of state institutions fam w i d they in p Ito rial association. Sessions of the j group will in Brid wednesday i Boyd to so Oft at night. Union wed night Manton talk on traffic problem Anton Marston senior Dean of engineering at Iowa stat College will give a talk on a coordination of traffic agencies at a meeting of the student Section of the american society of civil Engineer at 7 36 p. M by cd n is i Day to room 132. Memorial Union anyone interest d i invited continued on pal two do attend. I tip to at Mal led Highway s the till of a talk to be Given by is it. Boyd Chati Man of site finance committee of the Iowa Blate Board of education at i 5 p. In. Wednesday in great Hall of memorial la Ion. This meet no will be open Tot students an Downe people. It a As or Roo toasty reported tuesday that the meeting As n by held Tuc a Ity evening red Cross Roll Call the Annua Roll Cal for the Ames chapter of the american red croat will begin in armistice Day november a and will end on thanksgiving Day. Workers to helped ii the Rod Call last it a it a lost no time in turn no front their solicitation to carry on the year s program of Relief for victims of Accident disaster and disease. They come to us now to remind us that our memberships which will finance the work of another year a due. Since our red Cross asks so Little from the co in Unity Aud contributes so much. T urge a speedy response again this year the re it i cos is recognised by City officiate As a potent fatten in Ting or sent needs and As an a to of inc amp ice amp by value in the event of puss by emergency. I therefore As mayor of Ames Iowa hereby set aside the designated period As the time when All past members Are asked to renew their memberships and those who have not before by n members to add their Barnes to the Roll o Honor in Story county a Allan mayor of Arn sees majority in state As whole Hyde Park go president Roo a Vest wednesday viewed the new York state election returns As sustaining democratic popular majorities to the state As a who and made Light of Republican claims that the results would a interpreted As a repudiation of the new Leat. Or. Rocs re a refrained from direct comment on the election in which republicans regained control of she state Assembly although falling to get a majority of the to continued on Page two r aunt Lindy says the tragedy of a Fly if High 1, that the Fly a suddenly finds himself Down when he Tot he was oing up

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