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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1935, Ames, Iowa I use classified ads to buy sell Exchange or rent Telephone 2400 Ames daily Tribune ###1 and times territory Vav eat he forecast Cloudy saturday night Arri sue Ray slightly warmer. Temperature a erf $ p. Rn., 39-Ftat. 7 a. In. 33 join. 37. Precipitation Trace. 4 j Universal in the arms vol. 69-no. 118 official ame and Story county paper Ames Iowa saturday november 16, 1935. United pres wire service three cents fascist chief in Africa recalled Olson predicts Union of labor and farm forces predicts Strong third party movement by i 940 new York Ijar a gov. Floyd a Olson of Minnesota predicted saturday at the beginning of a five week speaking tour that labor and Farmers will Back an anti capitalistic third party in 1940. He announced simultaneously that he himself would quit the gubernatorial office he has won three times at the head of his powerful Farmer Labo tarty and seek the seat of the Blind sen. Thomas d. Schall ext year. At a mass meeting Friday night of the new Commonwealth federation of new York. Chairman Henry Pratt Fairchild asserted that the big minnesotan might become National head of a coalition it liberals and radicals. He has been mentioned frequently before As the possible presidential candidate of a Radical party. H advocates a planned production for use insist i of capitalism. Strong in Midwest Olson a d he believes Roosevelt is Strong in the Midwest Allm principally a in the Lack of an acceptable Republican candidate a and he thinks there is a Small Chanco that a labor party will be formed next year. A but in 1940, he said a with a. Of of l. Backing it will be in the Field and will be militant. With the Farmer labor party As a nucleus and with the support of groups now function a g i. Other states under the name of republicans it would take very Little to get a third party going. A the time is not Ripe now but it will be in 1940 because by then supreme court decisions and evidence that the present capitalistic system cannot be reformed will sound the end of to new Speaks sat. Night he preached his Prophesy twice in his first Day in new York Friday once in a National Raido Chain saturday night he will speak again following former president Hoover on the radio. His plan of production for use he explained does not mean elimination of profit but limitation of profit to a Point a where All will enjoy a decent Standard of living. He would com id i he his aim by government ownership of key industries capital goons Aud natural resources. A it would not a he added a follow the present administration in issuing pamphlets showing there is no enough to eat and then cutting production a band Day cookies sold out Early a Complete sell out of the dozen cookies ordered for Sale sat urday in the cookie Day project sponsored by Ames school ban i and orchestra Parent association was reported saturday morning. Hand and orchestra students who sold t he cookies from doer to door sold out their quota before half the loan had been covered. Proceeds from the Sale will be used to pay off a debt incurred by the orchestra to help finance the Purchase of other badly needed instruments and additional uniforms and Caps. Sawmill ill a Iii a a Llu in i win Low Bridge but san boat could t Stop. He a. -0,,t bid and a Bridge that could t be raised suffered heavy damage in this it t i ago bom that because an elevated train was passing Over it. The Welle Street Span could not he River collision raised As the smashed into the lowered Span raised As the 620-ton san boat h. Dahlke and the boat unable to resist the current firemen worked several hours to extricate the Craft. Dwyer succeeds Moore As phone 9 company head a criminals roman Catholic Norris to live answer to of r. On candidacy demos probably a ill not offer an opponent Las vegas Nev. Oie a George w. Norris Republican senator from Nebraska said saturday he soon would reply formally to i t s Idem r xes Eveltn a refusal to permit him to retire. President Roosevelt said the people of Nebraska and the i nixed states need Norris and that he should remain in the Senate As Long As possible. President Roosevelt a outspoken endorsement it Norris was accepted by some political observers As indicating that the new Deal is Angling for Independent Republican support in 1936. It was on the basis of reports of Norris retirement that or. Roosevelt at Washington abandoned his usual press conference rules and permitted this direct quotation Friday a if i were a citizen of the state of Nebraska regardless of vent party i belong to i would not allow George Norris to retire from the United states Senate whether he wanted to or not for the very Good reason that i feel he is Nee Essary in the Senate not Only to the i people of Nebi Aska hut to those of the United states for As Long Asho that Frank endorsement of a re rioters shatter peace of Cairo Chicago Killens k j ,.urugv i Pic a Ivy i a _ _ i m., a vend a i two civil cases j gangs War Carlr Dwyer has been appoint t Racket control cd manager in Ames of the n. W. J Bell Telephone company according i Chicago hot to c. E. Plara adore District Mana i wave of gang violence Reminer Njong sunday at 7 30 p. Rn., at ancient Cairo rang with the cries of rioting mobs and the Stag tto Vyp Loston or wad the Rand Polios ?4 sudden outburst of anti British resentment. The this air View of the City. I the Rev. Francis p. Lyons. Chicago. Pau list father will con two Day duct a one week Mission begin Ger for the company at Des Moines or. Dwyer will assume i duties Here nov. 23, succeeding k. A i St. Cecilias roman Catholic cent of the Hest Days of the j Capone Syndicate which left r four criminal characters dead Church the Rev. J. M. Campbell. Saturday was attributed by to pastor announced saturday. J. It a. J a Sci a it ii a father Lyons who is recognized by the Catholic clergy As lice to warfare among minor racketeers for control of the ii licit alcohol Racket in this City. Outstanding Mission three of the slayings Climax one 01 Ine u. A cd by the murder late Friday of to hoodlums As they sat in their automobile definitely were i Tacij Jay 0f the Mission and at the evening Mission services. Roosevelt gone much beyond a j Friendly gesture in evidencing new Deal support of a member of the opposite party. Observers Here immediately interpreted the statement is indicating that the democrats might in i offer a candidate should not Ria decide to seek Reeler to on. Utilities act Ary fathers in the United states will speak at the two masses i m in. A in in i if in in -,1 w a a a w r-4 w i but Carl r. Dwyer linked with affairs of the a Talky Racket. The fourth lacking obvious connections was believed to have resulted either from the alcohol Branch of the underworld or some other criminal Industry. Shot Down As they sat in their car Friday were Joseph Scaffido 30, Milwaukee and his companion Angelo Kleronomos 24, onetime fruit store clerk who persisted in a keeping bid company according to relatives. In similar fashion was Frank Stypulowska 25, paroled convict disposed of thursday Naglit. The fourth death that of Vincent Cesare minor contractor and suspected extortionists occurred thursday morning several Miles from Chicago Moore who will become manager parking bicycle non catholics Are invited to attend any of the services. Hours of the Mas. Is Are 6 a. In. And 8 a. In. Thru out the week. Evening services begin at 7 30. For the convenience closed saturday ma�?o8f�?oht open House sur display to open Book week program the annual Book week Celebration at the Ames Public Library those living in the fourth Ward i we begin sunday Nev. 17. With who wish to attend the 6 of clock j or it a hous to display the new books from 2 to 5 p. M. Altho the of bus will leave West masses a a a. My parents All interested adults Are invited to he present Che children test your knowledge at Marshalltown for the company. Or. And mrs. Dwyer will move to Ames the last of november. Or. Dwyer is now working with or. Moore acquainting Hin Fri with the company a organization Here. Starting with the Northwestern Bell company in Des Moines on March 17. 1924. Or. Dwyer has held positions in me de Moines business office the District Coram rectal office and in lie division Emmer Elal accounting office. Prior to his appointment a manager Here he served in the a Ait of Lief Jerk of the District manager. Or. Moore has been with the Northwestern Bell company since August i 1924. Before his appoint Point As manager in Ames in january 1932, he was engaged in com Mercial work in the business office the District office and the area offie in de Moines. Or Moore and family will leave for Marshalltown shortly after nov. 23. On walks banned because of numerous complaints received from Ames residents u a cure police Chirt has requested that bicycle owners refrain from Pari sing their bicycles on the rid walks. Several persons Haie complained that they have stumbled Over bicycles laying on the sidewalk. As such a practice constitutes a serious Hazard chief cure is Asthig All person owning bicycles to refrain from parking on the sidewalks either Day on night. Dollar opening Paris american Dollar opened at 15.18 francs saturday <6,586 cents a franc. The British Pound opened a 74.71 francs. Sessions will to heard following the evening devotions. Father Lyons will deliver a course of sermons on the importance of salvation on sin As the obstacle of salvation on the great truths of eternity on particular vices the Beauty of virtue the mercy of god and the love of god for souls. The Pau list father will also i discuss the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church the holy mass prayer the commandments of god and the precepts of the Catholic Church. New declaration needed Wallace new York up Secretary of agriculture Henry a Wallace As aerie to close of t Tim Academy of political science that America needs a declaration of Independence today As much As if did in 1 7 76. To did not directly advocate a change in the Constitution but Many of the 400 prominent economists labor leaders and politicians who Beard him interpreted his address As having that objective. Can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page eight a or the answer. 1. What and where is Sarjeet lag 2. Where is the original a a portrait of the artiste Mother by whistle ? 3. Name tie largest City of net 14. , i who is dicta lot it Germany w to a As Vicente Blanco i Bantu ? Shawn will hold dance conference at Sui on monday i Iowa City primitive to modern be the subject of it round table conference by ted Shawn noted dancer at the University of Iowa monday afternoon teachers of physical education from numerous Trust no Iowa Jung Luka Ting of i spun i in bar hang and Piao Sibeo Shanghai chinese students give picture of Orient for cosmopolitan club the Charm Beauty and color if the Orient were presented in the dance from j music words and song by seven limes will chinese students Ai Iowa state College at the chinese Naglit program of the cosmopolitan club Friday evening Al International Bouse. A capacity crowd at i r tided will be allowed to borrow the books the next do. So there is just this one Chance to View the whole collection. The will be no program but members of the Library Board an i their husbands and to he Host and hostesses. Persons qualified to give advice about Chil Dren s books my Reading will be Pilot sent. Hooks or children and som groups of especially attractive adult Book. The books will be Dis played n the main Reading room of the Library. Those wishing to i read and study Wilt find a place in the auditorium never sine the depression fest mrs Lay a it it a a it Ltd a the ,0i children a Hook Loo annual ii a a hop us. Let it it shows a decided improvement in binding and illustration and a v be Choice of manuscripts on the part of the pc blisters. Books for older boys include Many which will be equally enjoyed by their parents. Quot Indian brother by h v. Cory Ell w Ith its thru Ling Narayn a a carefully verified facts Tad Fine thoughtful style gives the underlying causes of lha French and Indian wars new mean my for us. The whaling Industry which flourished in the Early nineteenth Century forms the Back ground of three Good stories of which e. A. Stack Poier so Madagascar Jack is the Best Quot he went with Marco Bolo Quot by l. A. Kent is an old Story told in he idiom Bank Given Power to recover note judgments on two civil cae were made saturday Mon lug by judge j y. Luke in the Ames municipal court. The Union Trust and savings Bank was granted a judgment to recover $335 and Icsis from he g. Grabill and a a Grabau of Bjone county. This action is As for a promissory note of $223 issued by the Bank june i 1931. And due dec. I 1931. I mesh. Cilcy. Owner of a property at 326 Washington Avenue was granted repossession on the grounds that the defendants bos Davis. Florence dvrs and we of Row Davis discarded a Nolle to vacate the place. An unpaid balance of 12 was cited it the judgment Mussolini wants a smashing Orive on vaster scale grand Council seeks new attack on sanctions by United press Italy s most important military move since the Black shirts and native Skaris crossed the eritrean Border was taken saturday when general Emilio de Bono commander in chief of the East african armies was relieved of his Post and recalled to rally. Marshal Pietro Sadoglio was promoted to commander of the East african armies. Preceding by a few hours an All important meeting of the fascist grand Council at Rome it is evident that the two events constituted at least x remarkable coincidence and May Mark the decisive Date in Italy s ethiopian adventure. Several explanations May by made for the switch in command. They Are dissatisfaction with the conduct of the War to Date perhaps pre Rater Mussolini is not satisfied with the slow and cautious Progress of the italian troops. Perhaps Mussolini wants a smashing offensive with outstanding victories. That de Bonous standing and counsel in needed in Italy itself As a result of his experience As Colon Tai minister and a Pioneer fascist Leader. On the Southern ethiopian front Balian troops saturday had penetrated to within 130 Miles of Jijita chief ethiopian War base in the South and East the movement was a lightning like thrust intended to demoralize Ono Osing ethiopian warriors party obtain cd it objective after a severe Bari a abjured it a amp by oar a i. Miles North of gorm Lutcs la 4ls�?~ Tan Advance base. A \ on the Northern front. Italian air planes bombed three villages which form a Triangle Between so and 40 Miles South of Makale on the present front lines. The villages were bombed for on Bour. At Rome the grand Council 23 men who bold Ralfs destiny in their hands met saturday night to decide upon strategy and tactic against the l ague of nations Sanctum which begin one minute aits Washington up a one of the major Legal Battles of the Century was believed imminent saturday As indications grew that Public Utility holding companies would ignore pending Federal regulation of their Industry. Congress has go a the hold lug companies in the 113,000.-000,000 Industry until december Midnight sunday. I to submit peacefully to gov pm meat control by the securities and Exchange commission or expose themselves to possible drastic penalties. As the Ucaline approached however Only one Small company in new York state has filed the necessary registration statement with Sec. Several other groups have asked exemption from the act. The importance of the a in a recent judgment in the Ames Roach inf fight was seen Satur Kwei Chang president of the chinese students at Iowa so ate College presided during i evening program which opened with group singing mins Ruth on fare accompanied it the piano. The Oriental program opened w 11ii the singing of the it Bines National Anthela but the students All of whom Are in Fia 1 Iosi court the Story county Trust and savings Bank was Given Power to recover from William Carey a total of f378.12, this Brin the amount in on a $65 promissory note dated feb. 1926 and reported unpaid. In a Long drawn out legs bottle judge Luke recently a 1 a a an Parlier judgment and ordered that j. L Armstrong h or to recover $105.ti for Tiv. W Caner and mrs w. A Carver recovery to a made Gnu Garnishee action a Ltd the Marshall tanning company Roland. In a judgment dated nor. 1933, Armstrong War Given Poser to re cover for an account due him from the Carvers. O a sept 28 1935, Armstrong was granted the Power to recover thru Garnish action the defendants fund a motion for it a trial hut judg Luke Over ruled a motion. Armstrong was powered to collect from funds loth hands of j. J. Thompson of the Roland Canning factory students it but it us part it the Tun and followed schools Are expected to a the affair in the Senate chamber interesting program we. Francis k # Al does Long result Nee in the of rid Capitol at 4 p. I record a listed states alone conf i ame l can citizenship on aliens Jug to prof Elizabeth Halsey of the department of physical Edu n and ii at re put it v is i. 7. In which mate was Grene cat a for . Shawn and his eight dancers Harrow born 8, what is a Culm Bauk 9. In which country i Eire of Ontario i it. To which care it in the Hawaii head will present their new program Here monday evening. It includes the pc j primitive and labor groups. I Shawn j Solo a the hound of tans belong t lean Folk themes. Play dances and Arnee Leighton t. Hug. Piping plug Shih la Shantung Yuen Yang Kin banking and miss Chao Hsi t Hen Changsha. A Large Flat of the chinese Republic colourful landscapes painted on Tine silk samples of hand Craft of the country and Long miss Chen explained scrolls of chinese characters fur j feature of her an pushed the Oriental Atmo Epher in the Assembly mom my of the w 111 of to sen la hrs Utu a chill lie in native Tonga Mao. The English translation was Given by or. Kwong. Miss Ada Fiene in the costume of the modern chinese gift tn<1 miss Chen in a Lovely column. Worn by Ber grandmother 1 a years ago presented a style it show Day in a decision of the Sec to remain open Alt Day sunday de Cern Ber i. In the Hope that holding companies May decide at the last minute to a sign up. O Connor ready with comeback a Damnable plot will be charged Sioux City uhf defense Cound for attorney general Edward i. Of Connor charged with conspiracy in connection with a sat a de Protection Syndicate for gamblers. Saturday were prepare to Buri counter charges of conspiracy in the District court anal her. The of Connor defense will a constructed around arguments and Mildred a. To in Ford a Grant j let axion y Bath Quot Rique official de repossession in am k prop i he victim of a a Damnable plot erty from Margaret Dean Puffett j u waa in Kauet in the opening on a forcible entry action j statement Friday of Toh Diamond. On of o Connors attorneys. District judge Earl Peters re i r a j ceased the Case until monday foils round r riday j la Gnu it presentation of Oral a the prosecution riots break out again in Cairo Cairo. Egypt up a rioting broke out a Cairo again saturday when police and students of an Industrial school clashed violently several were injured. Disorder began when the students smashed furniture in the school to express their resentment against the headmaster who had remarked that they were Only fit to be slave. The outraged youths were throwing furniture at the headmaster when the police arrive. The police fired into the stud its before order is restored. U. S. Praised for stand on Trade London Ley a Secretary of state Cordell hulls new warning to american merchants against trading with belligerents in the Halo ethiopian War was hailed As most timely by official British Cir Cie saturday the prediction was freely made reas a result of the United states stand the Hague will most certainly impose further embargoes on exports to Italy. It was or opt a a hat the question of embargo org shipments of Oil to Italy depended almost entirely upon the attitude of the United states. Templeton Auto toe up eclat costume hich was Beautiful Mhari i cd Titi cued on Khz Ala a Tun la it the Cai was Daisug modern in a the Story of Polo travels a they might Lave been keen thru the eyes of Little l a a who Fri t Long two files of ilk Earth for treasure la modern j stat times Are digging in Yucatan Nyann Axtell Morris and a Ocean Gold by e. E. . A Moi. The Booke for older Girts none is Hoer than Caroline Hale Snedeker a uncharted ways a whose heroin Margaret Steven son is Model after Mary Dyer one of the bravest Quaker heroines to Recd a persecution at the hand. Of the Good bostonian in Tho old felony Days girls # ill Alan enjoy continued on Page two Lauri Templeton a car. Which was stolen tuesday night from its parking place it i r was parking Olige Sal Bate dead d. Near thames then mid Friday night in his North of the Low it Wuhu t. I male g Welch a Vuu of lilt abandoned but the car was in Trace of the Thivia aunt Lindy says was found a a # a a Money prices London us cd the Pound a. 14.92 saturday Gold was i 5 pen a an on ret and the Colla Price a it 1179 Gold sales Mer i330.000 $1 123 609. French to Anes Quot ere till 16 oth Pound guilt its Friday b and defense. A the conspiracy is on the other Sid Quot Diamond charged it. M Linver who is special prosecutor for the Stair. It tut Tea hours delivering hts opening stat in it. He outlined testimony the stat will present in an attempt to j so w o Connor conspired to pro j Lect an alleged statewide gambling Ling from his position As Iowa s number one Law enforcement officer. Tiu Protection Rin a have contended a Drew thou ands of Dot tars from Slot in Rhine operators Petty Gambler and sin ail time racketeers of courts body hippos de to a ugh a at tit lift of the party but he gets to a funny that sometime they laugh when they re not supposed to

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