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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 11, 1935, Ames, Iowa Use classified ads j i to buy sell Exchange or rent a Telephone 2400 Jjames daily Tribune and times on Versal in the Ames territory weather forecast Lair monday night and tue Day colder monday night hut warmer tuesday. Temperature a Sun. P. In. 45 Mon., a a. A. 37 la a. Rn., 24 precipitation�?.<>1 vol. 69 no. 113 official amec and Story county paper Ames Iowa monday november it 193s. United Presa wire service three cents. S. Balloon sets new world Mark . Pledges . To new efforts world peace promises nation will never enter arms race Washington or a on the seventeenth anniversary of the armistice president Roosevelt stood at the Tomb of the unknown Soldier monday and pledged America to new efforts peace in a world plagued by threats of War. Speaking before thousands in the White Raar Gle Amphitheater of the Arlington National cemetery the president rededicated the nation to an everlasting struggle to prevent new tragedies of War. Quiet words the president r in quiet words served notice upon a world once More filled with talk of War that a America will Ever seek the ways of peace and by her example at Home and abroad Speed the return of Goodwill among men. A if we As a nation a said or. Roosevelt a a by our Good example can contribute to the peaceful Well being of the Fellowship of nations our course thru the years will have been in any aggression by the United states leading toward o r contributing toward War said or. Roosevelt is unthinkable. He promised that the United states would never enter into a race of armaments nor seek to Arm herself with weapons other than those needed her own defense. Morgenthau Niece seized As picket Mussolini in new jingoism outburst by United press in the midst of an Active War in Africa an the threat of conflict in Europe the seventeenth anniversary of the armistice which ended the world War was celebrated solemnly Throat the world monday. The customary two minute silence in Honor of the dead there continued on Page two legion holding armistice Day dinner Mon. Members of the local american legion auxiliary will be guests of the Ames Post of the legion at an armistice Day dinner at the Shel Don Munn hotel monday evening at to 30. Speakers of the evening will w. G. Henke of Charles City commander of the Iowa department of the legion or. Max Levine in charge of bacteriology at Iowa state College or. James Hunter of Nevada Story county legion commander and or. And mrs. C. E. Ally of Marshalltown who Are prominent in forty and eight and legion auxiliary work. F. E. Been new commander of Iii Ames Post will give the address of Welcome and or. E b. Bush of Ames will be master of ceremonies. The entertainment will include songs by the Trio of boys from the of c. C. Camp Here Ano duets j and a special floor show Dora Des Moines. Bridge will it How the program. Released on her Promise to picket again until her Case had been disposed of mrs. Josephine Wertheim Pomerance Niece of Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau or. Awaited trial in Brooklyn n. Y. She was arrested with eight others who were picketing a department store which they believed did pay employees a living wage. Italians push into Ethiopia sever routes i o British Somaliland italian Southern army Gorr Ahei Ethiopia. If a Gen. Afework one of the Ablest and most enlightened ethiopian leaders died of wounds on the Way to Hospital at i Olga after being struck by a bomb splinter it was Learned monday. It was his loss which added to the terror caused by Aerial bombardments caused the Retreat of the ethiopians from Gorr Ahei. Test your knowledge Rome it two italian flying columns moving with amazing Speed pushed into the heart of Eastern Ethiopia monday while the country celebrated King Victor Emmanuel a sixty sixth birthday. Tanks motor trucks armoured cars and camels cooperated on a drive that was severing vital caravan routes to British Somaliland and represented a serious threat to the main ethiopian forces on the Eastern Southern front. As these assault columns pressed northward thru the burning Ogaden country the italian army of the North at Makale the objective of its second drive celebrated the King s birthday with a review at which Gen. Emilio de Bono commander in chief of All East african forces was to make his entry in state. Premier Benito Mussolini s principal engagement was to review a Parade of troops of the Home Arr son and units of various fascist youth organizations along the via Impero to the Piazza Venetia and the Tomb of the unknown Soldier. It was armistice Day in Italy Italy s Day of memory world War dead is november 4, when Austria accepted truce i terms. Dispatches from Asmara told i of the astonishing drive northward of two flying columns now i United and working jointly up Nile Valley of the Afan River i from hurrah1. Which was Cap i tured last week. Can you answer a Sven of these test questions turn to Page four the answers. Sci a inns by Sam who wrote oq4\\ i As von like it Quot 3. Name the California City on the Eastern Shore of san Francisco a opposite san Francisco and lacing the Golden Gate. I. Where was Lillian Russell the actress born 5. What is the name the unusually a lout wind storms in the West indies u what is tile National game of Scotland ? 7. In Law what is the Aam a sum of Money claimed or adjudged to be paid in compensation tor lags or injury inflicted by h wrongdoer s. To which committee of the United states House of representatives Are Bills raising Revenue referred what i a Oasis to what ii the title of the High eat ranking officers in the Ca ? Sib received in buddy poppy Sale a total of 1167.34. Or eight and Opp third cents from each donor was received saturday in the annual Sale of buddy poppies in Ames conducted by the Harry t. Corbin Post of the veterans of foreign wars. Four cents received each poppy guts to National veterans Aid agencies the lest Mug used Brit Fin Relief activities among needy veterans in this Vicinity. Miss Lute Clark was High sales lady of the Day with $21.74, Hubert Campbell was second with 121,12 and Mildred Campbell third kith $15.91. Nineteen persons Oil poppies. Commander Peter Anderson monday expressed Bis appreciation of the splendid support Given by the people of Amos in miking to s Alc sucre.-, pm Back to school nights feature education week senior High Welch Junior High plan programs a Aback to school nights at Welch Junior and Ames senior High schools and special programs at other schools of the City will feature Tho Observance of National education week in Ames this week. The High school is responding to the requests of Many parents in presenting a program thursday night similar to those which have been so popular in the past few years. The tardy Bell parents attending the parents school will ring at 7 30, at that hour an Assembly program is scheduled to Start. Principal Verne m. Young will introduce members of the faculty at that time just As is done at i the opening of the regular school term. Then the mothers and fathers supplied with copies of the daily class schedules their sons and daughters follow will attend the classes in order spending to minutes in each of the various rooms. Five minutes will be allowed Between periods the parents to get to their next classes. Slogan winners after the study program la completed a social hour will by held in the school gymnasium and refreshments will be served. In connection with the a Aback to school program a slogan contest was held among Horn room a last week. The winning slogan composed by Mary Ane Lanning of room 105, is a we All know that out school is the Best so Why come and give it a test a judges of the slogans were miss Alvira Lunsford Kenneth Wells and miss Henrietta Gronlid. Student committees cooperating in the program include refresh Menf Marguerite Burroughs chairman Bob Ash Betty Kelieher John can Elf Milton Willcox and Roger Fritsch guides Dick Caine chairman Ruth Hendrickson and Jim White publicity Ora Clark chairman Edith Burma Richard Miller Mildred Mcilrath Mary Elizabeth Hall Aid Alice the Ellen. Welch school Welch Junior High school will hold its a Aback to school program wednesday night. Parents of Welch Junior High school students As in the Case of senior High mothers and fathers will be provided with copies of their children a schedules. Classes will be to minutes a length and after the six regular class periods a 30 minute Assembly will be held at which the extra curricular program of the school will be explained. Special music has also been arranged the Assembly program which will be followed by a social period. The Welch elementary school program will be held thursday afternoon in the form of an open House. Each Grade will give two demonstration lessons the program being so arranged that no two rooms will be having the same lesson at the same time. The first demonstration will be Given from 1 50 to 2 p. M. At 2 of clock the students will be dismissed recess period under supervision of Junior High students and parents and will use this time to become better acquainted. Demonstrations will be resumed at 2 30, and school will he dismissed at 3 p. In. Parents Are continued on Page two vast throng of 100,000 hails husking Champ overtaking reception facilities prepared months before a vast throng of 100,000 a a fans tramped Down fences and Cornstalk to see Elmer Carlson right win the National Cor husking championship near Newtown ind. Carlson who to 26 and hails from Audubon la., set a new record at 41.52 bushels and won a $100 prize and unlimited applause rom the enthusiastic crowd. Toung Gopas hit demo new Deal stress unemployment farm problems Des Moines up a denouncing a economic and political tyranny a of the new Deal Young republicans in National convention monday urged their party to adopt a program leading to solution of the unemployment and agricultural problems of the nation. A threatened revolt against the Republican National committee was swept aside with adoption of a report promising a a wholehearted in a foreword to a statement of principles the Young Republican delegates from 30 states said the Resolution was a plate Taro but an expression of their ideals consideration of the National committee in drafting the party platform. An a unparalleled orgy of National spending a War censured in the Resolution which also opposed regimentation dictatorship and domination of business by government. The delegates declared in favor of prompt balancing of the National budget and a permanent stabilized currency. A conscious of the changing times a the declaration read a we submit that there is an american Way to a Olve our problems we believe that this american Way re Collins woman Dies in motor crash at . Collins mrs. Tress Fouts 60, of by Miles East of Collins was killed saturday afternoon when the car in which she was Riding with Ber husband Joseph p. Fouts was struck by a truck at a Des Moines Street intersection. Or. Fouts suffered a lacerated ear and face bruises. The Accident occurred four blocks from the Home of h. B. Fouts son of the dead woman and her husband v Here they were planning to spend sunday. Shortly after the crash mrs. H. B. Fouts and her eight year old daughter Joy Ann came on Tho scene in route Home from the girls music lesson at Drake University. Mrs. Fouls saw the unconscious body of her Mother in Law lying on the pavement where it had fallen when the fonts car had overturned. Joe Midi vivit 34. Of Des Moines Driver of the truck which struck the Fouts ear. Was charged with manslaughter and after making a b tement to police he was arrant fed before municipal judge Charlet s. Cooter. Mcdivitt pleaded guilty and was released on 110,000 Bond. His hearing was set 2 p. M. Nov. 20. Mrs. Fouts died shortly afer the Accident at a Dea Moines Hospital where she and or. Fouts were taken. After being treated or. Fouts was taken to the Home of his uth gang War victim killed another body found in n. Y. Sewer new York he a four shots from a speeding automobile Mon Iowa vegetable growers group to meet Here the Twenty second annual meeting of the Iowa s ate vegetable growers association will be held nov 21 and 22 in the men s lounge Day took the seventeenth life Sacri j of the me Morjaim Union it was an Reed to new York gang wars in bounced monday by c. A filch less than two months. J Extension professor in vegetable the victim shot once thru the j crops at Iowa state College amt bad. And times in the body Ace tary of the a Apoc Atlon. I on the first Day the croup will was identified by police a Michael i it maw a r,.ot 1 Nis vegetable grower Over the stale quires a program of political ac-1 on ton which must move toward % solution of our unemployment and agricultural problems a adoption of the report was delayed until late sunday night be cause leaders at first could agree on an attitude toward the National committee. George olm Stead of Des Moines was re elected to the position of National chairman. J. Kenneth Bradley Westport Conn., whose appointment As a Contact Many with the Young republicans by the National committee was received coldly was mad exo Eficio member of the Young Republican National committee without voting Power. A new plan of organization was adopted and will become effective feb. I 1936. State groups will be it one of to regions each with a director. The directors serving As an executive committee will select the National chairman. A temporary National Comart continued on Page two the Fouts moved to the farm near Here to years ago from Louisville by. Mrs. Fouts body will be taken there burial. Besides her Hue baud a i ton mrs. Of is survived by a sister mrs. Charles Wentz of Louisville. Classroom lectures now possible deaf students at Iowa state smiles Are Broad and genuine on the faces of three deaf students graduates of the Iowa school to deaf. Council Bluff a enrolled at Iowa state College. Irvan Woodruff fort Dodge Mary Eastman state cml Abd Curtis Slater Casey Are the deaf students they Are sincerely hippy be cause soon they will be actually Able to hear their instructors let Tare and they will have to obtain All of their knowledge from textbooks and supplemental Reading. Two physicists at the College or. G. W. Fox and Donald Anderson graduate student have made it possible these deaf students to hear. Woodruff a last enrolled in out of the physic classes taught by or. Fox and was Able to get nothing from the classroom instruction. So or. Fox and or Anderson set out to perfect an apparatus to allow the instructor Freedom and Ola Hauff ident volume so die student could hear easily. The finished product is a portable amplifying device weighing about to pounds. The instructor pins a email Crystal microphone on to Lapel which is plugged into the amplifying device. After the volume is increased in the amplifier it is carried to the student who wears earphones. The student can regulate the volume. The device is so constructed that a person with but to mfr cent hearing will continued on rag re College to be represented at livestock show Iowa state College will have an Active part in three departments of tile International livestock expos ton. Which will be held in Chicago nov. So to dec. 7. It was reported monday. Prof. La. Ii Kildee Dean of Agri vulture will judge Aberdeen Angus and polled shorthorn cattle a. L. Anderson associate professor of animal husbandry will judge York Shire Awin Ann j cd h Aam or in superintendent of Anima husbandry will judge Hampshire sheep. The College will exhibit Jio head or livestock at the exposition in eluding up head of cattle 4� of sheep and 50 of Swine. Prof. J. C. Hoi Birt Roach of the Iowa St a it College livestock judging team Bas announced the Scio lion of the lodging squad to com of in the intercollegiate Judy lag contest 39, the Day be rut the opening of the exposition. The members Ore i Arm airy Derby Joe sexing Ackley we Ham Diamond Faulkner Herbert june Fayette Lawrence Pease Farragut and Bayard Scott hitch Al Lute Athens Bari a a severe earthquake Shock was Felt monday entering in the Bui Atases Region of Epirus on the East coast several houses were reported destroyed and the inhabitant Werr panic stricken. Sisto 55, i to with several Broth ere operated a policy Racket he was killed almost instantly the shooting occurred w Hilepo lice had bodies of two unidentified gang victims in morgues and before they made the least apparent Progress toward finding the gunmen who last month shot to death Arthur dutch Schultz Fie Cen Helmer and three aides. Only sunday four boys Hunting a Ball discovered mutilated portions of a Many a Boily in a Harlem sewer. Medical examiners said the victim had been dead about three Days. May be lieutenant the physicians pieced together a description of the Man that led police to believe seriously he May have been Abe Weinberg first lieutenant of Flegenheimer in the incl lion Douay year policy Racket of the Bronx and Manhattan. Detectives immediately connected Sistos death with the other violent fatalities that have occur red As rival gangs fought the immense policy profits. Sisto was killed just before 4 a in. At an almost deserted Brooklyn Street Corner. A physician near the intersection san a Large Sedan slip up beside Sisto at the curb four shots spit from a window and the motor car sped away. In the morgue with Sisto and the portions of a corps found sunday were the remains of another grower Oveland on the second Day most of the time will be Given to the discussion of culture of Small fruits. Or. A f. Yeager North Dakota agricultural College. Fargo n. Called the Quot wizard of the North a because he originated the earliest Sweet Corn Tomato and Squash varieties grow n by present Day growers will give Severn talks nov. The officers of the association arc w. A. Hendrickson. Estherville j president e. P. Corwin Fruitland i in m. Hass. Forest City Henry Wegman Breda a. A. Din seen Harlan and r. Ii. Holt Clear Lake vice presidents c. L. Fitch Ames Secretary Margaret shark Ames treasurer in s. Herrick. Des Moines business agent explorer second reaches 74,187 it. Over n. Nebraska Stevens and Anderson May land near Valentine by United pres the stratosphere balloon explorer ii appearing Over the North Nebraska Plains As a tiny speck set a new world record Altitude monday. At 12 25 p. No. Apt. Albert a. Stevens High commander reported that the balloon had reached an Altitude of 74,1 St feet nearly 14 Miles out from the Takeoff Point. Captain Stevens reported that the ski was a dark purple overheat Black of one horizon and dark by be toward the other. The original worlds record was of 2 �?~.7 feet altho a russian balloon in 1934 ascended 72 Suo feet hut its Crew was killed. Shortly after noon the balloon seemed to change its direction. The United press re resell to Atlee at Valentine. Neb. Reported it was Drifting at that time in a Westerly direction. The weather Bureau est mat Tai the balloon might come Down Southeast of Valentine on the Plains in the Nebraska Panhandle in Eastern Wyoming or in northeastern Colorado. Log of flight s i a to. Stratosphere bal i a pm takes off. 8 1 a re pc it by Radii that Altimu 4<ie is 2, feet rising at a ate of 3th feet a minute. A in a belled to &?.�T�.� in amp feet Abo e sea level rising steadily. S 31�? Balcon reports Altitude of 17,600 feet or 12,Soa feet above rapid City. Stevens advises that Baile on cleared Strate Bow by Only 50 feet and that ballast was dropped to Avert a crash. 9 30�? balloon on 17,000 foot level 30 mibs due East of Takeoff Point Ion patches on the balloon were sealed 10 45�?Captain Steven reports that he had used balloon s first Aid kit a to fix a slight seepage in the Gondola s Altitude 21.000 feet armistice Day was to lie observed quietly in ame., with one patriotic organisation meeting monday night in the Sheldon Muon hotel and another planning a memorial service wednesday night the Ames Post of the american legion will be Host monday night to the legion auxiliary Ai ail armistice Day dinner at a to p. In. Wednesday starting at 6 30 p. In. With a dinner the Harry t Fanf victim discovered a week ago j Corbin Post of the veterans of i , vat a foreign wars and auxiliary will ii. Of a Linnet in the i. 1 f hell tor Ley. N \ violin and found buried just two Days before memory Jan Cervine. Several out that embedded it Lime but was inf town speakers will appear on identified thru fingerprints on one the memorial program and will unconsumed band a Charles take part ii the installation of chink Sherman an enemy of the new officers into the two groups. Flegenheimer gang. A a. Shis 14 pct. Cain business activities in Story Conn. To it showed a gain of 14 percent daring the second Quarter of the year As compared with the first three months it was revealed saturday in tax Sale figures presented by the slate Hoard of assessment and re v lev. Nearby noun in showed the tallow ing gallic i shut. 13 percent Hamilton. 24 percent Marshall in percent Aud in in 12 percent the state a a whole showed a gain it 21 pet cent the Quarter ending june St As compared to tha ending mar it 31, the figures re vented. How Ai county set the Pace with a ?4 percent increase Ana Dickinson was next with a 63 percent figure turns in the thirties forties and fifties were numerous especially in the North half. Monroe county ranked lowest but even thet Arr registered a two percent Gate football fans see two fall to death Menasha. Win. D it a More Dan str to bowl near rapid i City s. D. Liv bound the last Frontier Ivy army Ballac nests soared aloft monday in a he largest free balloon Ever built an Altitude of is Miles their Goat scientific explore til n of the stratosphere their purpose. Taking if it $ a in. From this sheltered Black Hills Tuv i ii Miles West of rapid City Captain albeit Vav. Stevens flight commander and technical observer and Captain or v ii in Anderson Pilot followed a Trail blazed Only eight times previously and hop d to achieve a sue Cess unlatch a in history. Both veterans veterans of two previous untie a up Soful stratosphere attempts in a a r the same sponsorship that of the United states array and the a geographic society the two a it it a shewed of fear a they eave i goodbye to the watching thousands assembled in and around the bowl. Rising Joo let per minute Tho huge balloon christened explorer ii. Cleared the Rocky rim of the bowl within a brie instance after Oder Sod had shouted the cry of a up ballot no and had Given be signal the Las of the army ground Crew to release the ropes which continued on Page two i a thousand terrified football spec-1 j tetors saw to o licensed pilots ii crush to their death in an open i biplane neat the Menasha Ball Park la sunday. The Plant had been it titling Low j or the football Field and spectators feared it would crash into the grandstand i Hen tit motor began to Spaller. The ship plunged into the Balky it a of a nearby residence killing Alfred Baum 25, who was Ai the controls mid Fred Sleeker jr., 26. Department of Commerce a rare of natives were investigating the crash monday. Chemistry Sheak i. It or. George clocker of the University of Minnesota Minneapolis will Peak on the a modern concepts of the molecule 1 at a meeting of the Ames Section of the american chemical society at 7 30 p. In. Wednesday in room 196, chemistry buy14mg. Aunt Lindy says we half agree with the inflation St we bet it would be easier to a make a Money than to work it

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