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14 Nov 1935

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14 Nov 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1935, Ames, Iowa Page four amen daily Tribune Ames Iowa thursday november 14, 1938. Buy better in Ames Quot Ames daily Tribune Irnes published daily except Munday both Ames daily Tiu Bun a times co. 31? fifth Street Ames. Iowa Vav. S. Rope publisher Robert Murray managing editor Hollis j Nordyke business manager Post office at entered As second class matter at the Ames. Iowa under the act of july 16. Ii o girls i paper of Story count and the City of am subscription rates City earner weekly a. City Carrier one month. City Carrier three months a City Carrier six months. City earlier one year a Story adjoining counties six months. Story adjoining counties one year. A Iowa out sine above counties six months. Iowa outside above counties one Yea outside of Iowa one year. A la .66 1.75 3.25 6.00 2.00 3.50 2.25 4 of 6.00 ail subscriptions must be paid in Advance. Bernice will be discontinued at dose of expiration unless renewed. National advertising representatives Devine Tenney corporation new Vork Chicago Desmo is at Anta de fro it and Pittsburgh. Sustaining member a Dional Juja fat formal is i a a association the Salute from the heart or. John Spargo superintendent of schools of Nutley n. J., makes an interesting proposal about Flag saluting. Quot let us All who love and respect our Flag Salute it regularly a he says. Quot but if a child does not love and respect the Flag instead of forcing him to Salute it keep him from doing so until his attitude changes. Accept the Challenge to re educate him or rather his parents to the advantages that this democracy gives us. The Salute will or. Spargo seems to consider one Point in particular which some authorities have overlooked. Love and respect for the Flag Are a matter of education of understanding that the Flag symbolizes the country. The Salute is a Salute to the nation not to a bit of coloured cloth. The flags colors Are pleasing to the Eye. Its stars and stripes and Blue Field All Tell their Story of the founding of the United states. Sentiment accumulating through the years binds up with this Symbol our Hopes for the future and our reverence for the past. A compulsory Salute Given without any intelligent glimpse of these truths can to mean As much As a Salute Given voluntarily with an understanding and grateful heart. 17 More cruisers than any other Power on Earth. That is not a picture of a Navy that is rotting away in the midst of heavily armed enemies. It is rather a picture of the worlds greatest sea Power taking care that it remain the worlds greatest sea Power. In that Case Why the Crocodile tears Well this naval conference is coming and if the Way can be paved properly americans will Pat the Mother country tenderly on the Back and Tell her for heavens Sake to go build a few warships before her Fleet Falls apart on her. Then when the dust settles they will find that they have kindly negotiated their own Navy into permanent inferiority. Maybe it would be Good policy for America to accept second place. That Isnit the Point. The Point is that whatever they do should be done with open eyes. Being fooled by Crocodile tears can be costly. Newspaper comment i let us not be fooled by Crocodile tears All Wise Mother nature forgot to equip the Crocodile with regular tear glands so that when this rather terrifying reptile weeps he is generally supposed to be getting ready to bite somebody and it is Worth remembering that the same Rule often applies in the big wide world of human affairs just at present a great Many tears Are being shed by British statesmen about the deplorable condition of the British Fleet. Since a big naval conference is due to be held in a Short time there is a natural suspicion that these tears Are of the Crocodile variety. Lets have a look at things and see. The recent Exchange of harsh looks Between Mussolini and Stanley Baldwin is supposed to have revealed the pitiable weakness of England a sea forces. We Are told that the British Fleet is deficient in battleships in cruisers in submarines in everything that makes an Admiral s life Worth living and that the Mediterranean show caused the Empire As a unit to quake in its shoes because of the Fleet s weakness. Now it happens that there an two prominent englishmen amply informed on naval matters who done to agree with this diagnosis. They Are lord Staboli formerly lord Kenworthy an sex naval officer and member of parliament and the right honorable Albert v. Alexander former first lord of the admiralty these men say bluntly that England a Navy is still the strongest on Earth. They Point out that England has the two most modern battleships afloat in the Rodney and Nelson that her Hood is the mightiest warship in the world that the British Navy is the Only one which possesses Battle cruisers having three of these crafts and that when ships now under construction Are finished Britain will have the Farmers Are learning new York world Telegram Quot what Quot asks the Nev York times commenting on the referendum of Corn hog Farmers Quot would be thought of the a democracy of a referendum in which Only steel manufacturers were allowed to participate asking them whether they favored the right to Combine for restriction of their output and a higher Tariff on steel Quot what indeed but Why ask such a academic question who Ever heard of the steel Industry deciding policies by a referendum of All steel plants we seem to remember Reading in Federal Trade commission reports that when the big corporations dominating the steel Industry decided to fix prices and thereby limit output they did no to bother to poll smaller plants but merely passed Down the word. Fortunately for the Public things now happening in the steel Industry indicate that this monopolistic control is being broken up and who Ever heard of Farmers or other consume ors of steel being consulted when tariffs were written on steel products our recollection is that the Tariff lobbyist Joe Grundy and the High Protection bloc in Congress always attended to such Little details. Why is it so awful for the Farmers to take for themselves a Little Quot sauce for the Gander Quot and while comparing the self government methods of the steel Industry with those of the Farmers we might recall the famous Pittsburgh plus system a plan by which the steel magnates sought to compel steel Consumers everywhere to buy at prices quoted f. O. B. Pittsburgh no matter where the steel was produced. What would critics of the aaa say should the Corn hog Farmers undertake an Iowa plus system of marketing pork a a plan by which a new York consumer for instance would have to pay a Price equivalent to Cost of production in Iowa plus a profit plus the freight charges from Iowa to new York regardless of whether the hog from which the pork Oxford men hold Constitution of u. S. Puts private property first the american Constitution was characterized As primarily a protector of private property rather than of the rights of the people by of Cord University students debating an Iowa state team in great Halll of memorial Union Here wednesday night. The britishers a. W. Gre a Wood and r. A p. Kay shuttle Worth held a written Constitution of the american Type is a hindrance rather than a safeguard to social Progress. The american system was defended by William Daugherty of Galesburg 111., veterinary Medicine student at Iowa state and Richard Hull of Spencer Industrial science student Here. An immense audience jammed great Hall and overflowed into the Cak room and the balconies attesting the popularity of the perennial debate Between Iowa states Ana British speakers. Dean Charles e. Filley vice president of the College was chairman of the debate and of the question period which followed. The Oxford men spoke with the Savity and Charm which people Here have become accustomed to icon for in the British visitors. A grave inconsistency of the american system Kay Shuttleworth pointed out was Manifest in the action of the supreme court on the Era. In 1932 the nation gave to Roosevelt a Clear mandate to try for recovery. The Era was initiated in the Nam Quot of the people but the supreme court also acting supposedly in the name of the people declared the Era unconstitutional last May. What has happened the britishers held is that the guarantee of Freedom the Constitution was supposed to preserve actually has become incarcerated in the Constitution. By contrast Kay Shuttleworth maintained the British government is More swiftly responsive to the people. As examples of Reform which has been Long retarded under the american system Tho effected ultimately he cited the right of Congress to effect internal improvements to charter National Banks to Pat protective Tariff Ard to free the negro slaves. The United states supreme court Kay Shuttleworth held wields a rower without parallel but in the Case of the new Deal is utterly in ,. I competent to suggest any solution was sliced happened to have been raised in Iowa or its own. On a new York farm. The 6 to i vote by which the Corn hog Farmers decided to continue their co operative limitation of production to the amount available markets will absorb at a profit to them indicates that Farmers Are learning How to merge politics and economics for their own advantage. Eventually Farmers May get their affairs in such Good order that they can buy and sell on Tho same level. But the farmer3 Haven to yet Learned half the tricks mastered by finance and Industry. Billy sundays converts Dubuque Teie graph Herald the main controversy tint raged Over Billy sunday and his methods was related to the permanence of his conversions. Did they stick that is a question which cannot be answered definitely. None but the divine searcher of souls can evaluate the Good accomplished by Billy sunday. It seems probable however that the percentage of his converts who carried on faithfully was As Large As the percentage from conversions effected by More dignified methods. Undeniable Oelwein Register there Are Many who do not believe in the Billy sunday Type of evangelism in Church work but there can be no question that during his Long career he turned Many a person Dom a path of sin to that of rights Ness. Laws seeking minimum wages for women. On the occasion of the Pullman strike Eugene Debs was denied by the court the right to trial by jury a right considered inalienable since the signing of the Magna Charta by King John in iil5. Other instances of the antisocial cast of the american judiciary Are the existence of the Chain gangs of Georia Tom Mooney a raw Deal and the martyrdom of Sacco and Vanzetti. Hull speaking second for the negative held that the visitors were in error in ascribing so Muon Power to the supreme court since ultimately Power rests with the people. In opening the rebuttal. Kay Shuttleworth questioned whether it is always possible under the rigid american Constitution to adapt its principles to changing needs and whether the amendments Ever keep Pace with that change. Supporting him. Greenwood pointed out that the fact that one amendment just now has been pending for seven or eight years creates a Groat indecision on Tho question and May result in the defeat of a gravely needed Reform. Under the american system he held representatives Are careless because they Drift into the attitude that the tribunal will rectify All their mistakes. Thus Are sown the seeds of the apathy and disillusion which end in fascism and dictatorship. At Oxford. Greenwood said 800 of the 3,000 students Are members of the socialist labor group. Altho Greenwood but observed that am Elcan students Are apathetic on political questions by contrast with British students Kay Shuttleworth believes that there is evident a growing mobilization of american student opinion on such questions Beth men Are enrolled at Balliol College. A by Robert Bruce of Russ o 1935 Hea service toe. Danger inflammable americans written Constitution. I Daugherty held in opening the argument for the negative safeguards Liberty and democracy the foundation cd All our social Progress. In his it peeing speech Green v cod pointed out the Paradox of americans repudiation of the sovran to of the British Monarch in the revolutionary War and its setting up in turn a so Ranty in the almighty supremo court. The United states tossed aside the Royal charter but instituted another in the or Asti Sutlon. A Jefferson once said whatever Power is Independent is absolute also. In no country Greenwood held or private property so protected As in the United states the income tex Law which was evidence of an Endeavor to ease the Burden in the masses of people was at first ruled against As a violation of the rights of the property Holder. As for Liberty. Greenwood said the supreme court has acted to maintain the Liberty to exploit and jurisprudence has Bern whipped into line by big business. Act after act for improving social conditions has been declared illegal by the court Laws to expedite reconstruction in the South after the civil War Laws to protect compensation of workers in Industry acts prohibiting the transportation of Good produced by the labor of children. Are named Ai a Borg Mccallsburg a commander Otis Twedt of Samuel Reid Post of the american legion has appointed i committees for the year As follows j membership Hary Sevde Hen j by m Ehlow and John Hauptly. Housing a. Mellow j. A. Mein j and Carl Twedt legals a. A. Mein Henry of amp Tvedt and Oscar Ritland. Finance a. M. Bog land Claude Uekman and Oscar Jacobson. Publicity John Caltvedt John Hauptly Carl Handeland. Services a. Mihi Civ Osmund Hegerland Oscar Johnson. Visiting a. To. Springer Rasmus Thompson o. Jacobson. Americanism a. Catron j. Haup. Cly h. Nor pm. Athletics k. L. Denning. Arthur Twedt and Ivan Johnson. Entertainment a. Hauptly c. Meh of. B. M. Be Roland Uekman and ii. We Springer h. Color bearer color guards c. S de. -6> answers to test questions below Are the answers to test questions printed on Page one. 1. Hyderabad. 2. Six. S. The Danube. 5. Ohio. 4. The Battle of Waterloo. 6. They Are natural bom american citizens and Are entitled to the v. Run a it. V Quot a a .,./ Jay i sis1 1 amp la 1 \ 5y�?Ts i j \ ok3 is i a Hal j by. Tvs by Mary e. Dague Nua a Trike muh writer if you Are looking for bargains 6 in foods and who in to you will and a splendid one right now in cabbage. This vegetable is definitely in season at this moment Fine Flavoured Crisp and above All cheap. By the Way if you really Are on a rigid budget. Why done to you try buying Only fruits and vegetables when they Are in season ? it lakes courage to resist out of season delicacies but you can Nave Money by doing it and enjoy food when its at its a 111. Best in flavors too. 10f branded cabbage carrots Many Cooks make a tasteless groan peppers and celery raised valueless mess of cabbage by with French dressing or simply cooking it wrong. Always Cook it use old fashioned Cole Slaw which or any of its family in an in a always is liked with hah. Tomorrows menu breakfast halves of Grapefruit Cereal Cream Crisp waffles with creamed codfish milk Coffee. Luncheon cheese Fondue creamed cabbage Apple tapioca pudding milk Tea. Dinner Fried Rabbit Gravy mashed potatoes baked Squash folded vegetable salad lattice lop Cranberry pie milk Coffee a fix Huke today j a ill i Vav. Secretary to Dox a Jud Montague lawyer delay her Knower whee Bobby Wallace automobile Salesman Arnica her to marry him. At the Golden Feather Nim or club Abe meet Saa do h Arkens whose boat near connection la a Natac Sandy introduce Bobby nod Jean to a Ihm Aad mks. Lewis. Bobby sell Nome Bond for Leal who Baya a car. Larry Glen iat. Federal a Kent. La t rat Lin St Wing Lewis Bank robber. He learns about the Bond transaction and questions Bobby. Larry believes the car Lewis Bona by is armoured. Bobby undertakes to sad oat. Jean Norree to in secret in Jane ment with Sandy the Bonk of which her father to president is robbed and Larry Tarta in search for the robbers. Jean Anes to see Sandy who Bas been injured. He and the lewites Are staying a farmhouse. She a Goa ands herself a virtual prisoner. The whole party leaves the farm. Larry learns the robber were the Jackson Kane. A Telephone number written on the Wall leads the Federal Mea to the form. Now go on with the Story chapter xxxv talking to his co workers Larry Glenn bad remarked that it was nearly As important to checkmate the people who gave Aid and Comfort to gangsters As to catch the gangster themselves since the latter would be helpless without the assistance of the former. Bobby Wallace the Young Man who sold automobiles for Mark Hopkins and loved Jean Dunn with what seemed each Day to be More and More a hopeless love had never heard this Wise remark. But he was devoting himself nevertheless to a bit of Amateur sleuthing aimed in precisely that direction. Larry had told him How gangsters Are Able to buy armoured cars which look like Ordinary pleasure cars but which Are actually bulletproof and therefore exceedingly useful in the sort of marauding forays to which gangsters Are addicted. Larry had gone on from there to remark that it looked very much As of Wing Lewis the gangster who had passed himself off on the innocent Bobby As an Ordinary business Man had bought such a car from Mark Hopkins. Bobby s employer and he had urged Bobby to watch closely for any corroborative evidence that might be available and to let the division of investigation men know about it at once if he found it. Bobby therefore had gone sleuthing and he believed had found something. After learning that Hopkins and Macfarlane superintendent of the repair shop in Hopkins Auto sales Agency had made a mysterious trip together Bobby had gone on the Trail and discovered a queer secret factory Bidden off in the wastes of the Southeast fringe of Dover. And nowadays in a slowly rising excitement he was keeping eyes and ears open in an Effort to learn More about it. 9 in in i or some Days his efforts were fruitless. Then it occurred to him that he needed some Way of getting an occasional bit of stray information from Hopkins private office and to further this end he began to be attentive to Mary Ann Nichols one of the three stenographers on the Agency a payroll. Mary Ann was Short dark and slightly Chubby and she was immensely Fiatt tred by Bobby s unexpected attentions so that after a very abort time they had reached a stage in which the artless Young woman would babble innocently of her employers secrets to the attractive Young Salesman just As if he had been a Friend of Many years standing. The Only trouble with All of this was that while she babbled freely she did not seem to know anything that would help Bobby. One evening however they went to an amusement Park on the Shore of a Little Lake in one of the Eastern suburbs and there after they had eaten and danced they sat on a Bench by the water idly watching people who swam in the Lake beneath Long strings of electric Light bulbs. Mary Ann snuggled confiding by close to him and Bobby More to head off what looked like an incipient petting party than in any Hope of getting needed information casually turned the conversation to the unromantic topic of the daily routine at the sales Agency. Mary Ann it developed had had what she termed a hectic Day. First of All one of Tho other stenographers a a lanky Young woman named Dorothea a had developed a headache and had been obliged to go Home thus overburdening the two remaining girls. Then or. Hopkins had turned Grouchy because his efforts to sell a dozen sedans to the City government for use As police radio cars had been foiled by a rival who had had the forethought to contribute More heavily to the mayors Campaign fund than or. Hopkins had contributed. And lastly there had been a misplaced invoice. A that was Dorothea a fault a said Mary Ann. A she got the invoice yesterday and knew it was supposed to go to or. Macfarlane to he initiated and then to or. Hopkins but she stuck it somewhere and after she went Home nobody could find it. Maybe you done to think that made or. Hopkins mad and then its funny a after or. Hopkins had gone Home and i was straightening up my desk to go i found it there under a pile of papers in my own baskets you know the one that a marked for incoming letters and How she Ever managed to put it there i done to know but that a the Way Dorothea is a in in a she went on and on while Bobby sat dispirited by beside her Only half listening and thinking glumly that if he had not been born under a most unlucky Star he would be sitting Here with Jean Dunn and not with this scatterbrained female who had to be kept talking lest she grow unduly romantic. Then a phrase caught his ear. A a and so there we were with an invoice for half a dozen new passenger car Chassis mislaid and the Chassis already delivered and the bookkeeping department a a whoa a said Bobby suddenly. A what do you mean half a dozen new Chassis you mean new ones that we got from the factory a Quot Why yes of course Quot she said looking at him in Surprise. A Why a Quot whatever Are we doing with new Chassis a asked Bobby. A ooh we get Mem right along a said Mary Ann. Quot every couple of months an invoice like that comes Quot but what happens to to item a asked Bobby wrinkling hts brows. Quot of i Don t know. Anyhow Quot i done to either a said Bobby. A we never sell a Chassis. And we done to sell one custom built Job a month and when we do it comes from the factory. Then suddenly old suspicions arose and he sat up straight staring out Over the Lake. Half a dozen new car Chassis every two months. Wasny to it logical to suspect that they went to this mysterious factory he had discovered and if that factory was in truth a place for the illicit production of these armoured cars what More natural than to suppose that regular Chassis or bought shipped there and thee mounted with special steel bodies a moment later to Mary Annas perplexity he developed a violent splitting headache which made it imperative that he get Home add go to bed. He hurried her to a Street car escorted her to her Home and bade her Good night with the briefest of ceremonies then instead of heading for his own room he hailed a taxi and told the Man to drive him to the sales Agency. In the cab he looked at his watch. Eight forty the place would still be open or at least the garage would be. He waited impatiently while the cab drove up to the Saleroom paid the Driver and then walked to the garage Entrance and let himself in. Is a Tye let himself through the door to that in j from the garage to the offices and display rooms. A night Light burned there diffusing a spectral dusk Over the half partitions of the offices. Bobby looked around he had the place to himself. Without hesitation he walked into the typists room and made for Mary Anne desk. A wire Basket stood on one Corner. He pawed through it and at the Bottom found what he was looking for an invoice initiated by Macfarlane certifying that six new passenger car Chassis numbers from 3a-12698 to 3a-12703, had been received the Day before from the pan hard factory in Detroit half an hour later he had reached the spot where the hindered Lane turned off the Lane that led to the abandoned Brick works which now if his suspicions were Correct housed a factory where armoured cars were made for outlaws. He drove a dozen Yards or so into a vacant lot stopped the car got out locked it and began to walk up the Lane. He followed the Lane for half a mile hearing nothing and seeing nothing. Then at last it dipped Down Hill swung around a Hillock to the left and opened into the Little hidden Valley where the old Brick Plant was situated. The dark mass of the plan loomed ahead of him in the darkness. A faint Light gleamed from an open door in front straining his eyes Bobby could just see the hunched figure of a Man seated on a Box by the door. The watchman probably who Bobby remembered carried a gun and looked ready to Nee in a car was parked inside the Yard. Someone started its motor and switched on its lights and Bobby frantically crouched Down behind a tiny Bush As the stabbing headlights covered him and the landscape All about him with a flood of blinding Light. To to continued same rights As other citizens. 7. Hydraulics. 8. Queen Elizabeth of England j 9. Free City of Danzig. To. It is pronounced Durby in j the United states and Darby in England. Ii on Hord by poker fat hinging urion interest. Those Maura t i u h racketeers apparently erred by not calling it margin behind the scenes in Washington stories Ini Stamps by i. S. Klein ancient Cross a a the celts it still the aaa put a processing a tax on Canary seed done to laugh. That a one of those difficult problems now upsetting some of the farm administrations master minds. Amendments to the aaa act by Rodney Dutcher Kea service staff correspondent Washington a with Huey a Long out of the picture. President Roosevelt and his political advisers Are More or less worried about father Coughlin or. Townsend and gov. Eugene passed by the last Congress added Talmadge of Georgia in the order Grain sorghum to the list of Basic named i commodities and require Secretary the administration would hate Wallace 1� formulate a program to have Coughlin fulminating for itt glance us Price j8 far Flora against it in Tho Lection Cam Par Jay plenty of Grain sorghum is used on farms. But officials find that it Only commercial use is in manufacture of Canary seed. So pain. On the other hand it can to afford to play along with the radio priests economic and monetary programs. The Townsend Tes Are considered More of a menace to certain democratic members of Congress in the Vati rally theres much More West than a threat to the National a nor .1p it non her my ticket. But the administration will be careful not to step on or Townsend a toes at the next session even though u regards his old concern Over the Corn hog pro Gram. Aaa now plans to increase this years Low production of pigs by 30 per cent which ought to meat age pension plan As cockeyed. I War pork prices by election tim., a j that a about an Many pigs As can the democratic High command of Roduco and i. ,. Pigs As compared to a Normal five observes with pleasure that gov-1 the Irish about la that Date % a 1# covered pan. This prevents the forming of the Gas which gives off that unpleasant odor cooking it uncovered and for a Short length of time Alto keeps it from jamming Strong Flavoured and unpalatable. Must be Crisp to Serif raw when used in its raw state cabbage must be Crisp and finely shredded. Try combining it with apples and nuts or celery or Green Pepper or grated carrots i chopped beets a oho or All of them ifs with Grapefruit and shredded pineapple Loo shredded cabbage by its ii served with French dressing to which celery seed has been added makes a cod dinner salad Quot re game or pork a Cut head of Lumbag can he kept in perfect condition tor Bevel at Days if wrapped in waxed paper and stored Iii the the Frog e Rater. Here show Lotis out to the Hekt advantage it it the fresh hid on 1 he nigh fish is served Lei dinner. A Quot a 140 a stuff 1�?Teppcrs with it i at luncheon next Day Combine and left Over fish with Well Crisp d cabbage for a salad. The next j night Sweet Green peppers stuffed with cabbage and finely chopped j meat makes an appetizing Ani nourishing main dish the last Quarter of the head is used Iii a vegetable soup with carrots unions and Tomato. I a vegetable can be finely shredded Ami served no the Broth making a thick full meal soup a Good Way to Cook cabbage a to shred it very Fine put it in a Broad shallow sauce pan and add boiling water to Cove boil rapidly Lur Twenty minutes season with Salt. Pepper sugar butter and Lemon juice and bring to the boiling Point. Serve at once i can to give you the exact Kropov Lions but tor 4 cups of cabbage use i Teaspoon Salt. 1-1 Teaspoon Popper 3 Teaspoons sugar 1-2 Tablespoon butter and 2 Tablespoons Lemon rime. You in by Blumve Lemon jute or Thame a a a a so Kmon jut # Burm it Catter de through free state stand crosses of native Stone j Back As Early a. The loth Century intricate carvings Ami ornaments j distinguish these crucifixes terminal markers for sanctuaries ii so memorials. The carvings j include figures from the old and j new testaments biblical past j Ages Liis Torikai notes and other j information j binding the Shaft and the Arm on each Cross i a Circle of Stone. Carved in interlaced lines and ribbon patterns that never end. Both i he Circle and the carving Are tit represent eternity when the finn Feiera battled the Black a my Tan of end Laud. 1 no their wet Tot Freedom they placed Titis Symbol it a tamp which they i Slit to for n i on mail among themselves. Tin stamp shown Here was never recognized officially Loir the Felt in c v o s s May be seen on two values of to a St official Stamps Thurnh free St a a issued in i 1 a error Talmadge though he been around the country a bit. Isnit picking up any noteworthy support As a presidential candidate. A at year base period average a Luggage of 81.000,000 the drouth Cut Many pig Raiser Down to from 20 to 40 per cent of their individual base average of were Able to its chief worry was that the gov in Fri it while others error might lick Roosevelt in the raj8p Joo per cent. Georgia primaries which would Phe idea for remedying this is look simply awful became the t0 give a Benefit payments or the president has always claimed geor Hulk of them to the Low percentage Gla As his Quot second Home and has Belluws and it Hera Rajm g1 to been supposed to be tremendously Hogg they possibly can while the popular there Hundred per Center and other the party politicians think they near their class Are limited to their could lick Talmadge in the Georgia 100 per Cem of the of Jet year Bas primaries but they re not quite average a ure 1 copyright. 1935. Nea service inc it rites for Miller i War Veteran was Tuk it to by Attu a j _ a Lanie to the Veteran s Hospital in child held monday in it Moines Friday suturing fix m Story City funeral services -1 critic i attack of ulcers of the. I stomach. A operatic f in land on j were conducted from the evangelical Church Here Gnu saturday morning revealed an Alai Ming Coit. P \0m in i j Fin j of i afternoon for Billy Miller. To year old invalid son of or. And mrs. I Ralph c. Miller who died suddenly j saturday evening. Burial was in Tho Gilbert cemetery. The boy is survived by his Par net and a sifter Betty age 4 a _ tar in to Rex Hospital cd i tvs v. Y a thin world i monday action and he is still seriously ill. Forger loses technique Springfield to. Carlyle wan Dell 40, has lost hit grip. Duce known is Quot the Best Forg. Or in the he a a a arrested Here charged with passing a a worthless 82 Check officer said a Ltd file to Ved six put of n �1 v a r or a a i or

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