Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
16 Nov 1935

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16 Nov 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1935, Ames, Iowa Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa saturday november 16, 1638. Buy better in Ames Ames daily i Tribune times published Dally except sunday by Ames daily Tri Bun a times co. 317 fifth Street Ames Iowa w. S. Rape publisher Robert Murray. Managing editor Hollis j. Nordyke business manager entered a second class matter at Dost off in St Ames. Iowa under act of july 16, 1914. Official paper of Story county and City of Awee subscription rates City Carrier weekly. City Carrier one month. City Carrier three months. City. Carrier six months. City Cartier one year. A a Story adjoining counties six months. Story adjoining counties one year. A Iowa outside above counties six months Iowa outside above counties one year outside of Iowa one year. I .63 1.7 o $.26 6.00 2.00 3.60 2.25 4 of 6,00 All subscriptions must be paid in Advance. Service will be discontinued at Ria a of expiration unless renewed. National advertising representatives Devine Tenney corporation new York Chicago Des Moines a t Tan ta-1 a Trout and Pittsburgh. Sustaining member emotional Fri Toriati if is of a a dissociation bored Young rowdies turned gentlemen Tough Little neighbourhood Rowdy can be a great pain in neck to his Alders who usually have not faintest idea How to handle him. But once in a while some grown up with a Little imagination comes along and miraculously turns Little Toughie into a likable Well behaved child. A new York City neighbourhood near Columbia University Campus was troubled by a group of Youthful hoodlums not Long ago. These precious children went about smashing windows swiping milk bottles getting into Street fights and raising so much Cain generally that residents demanded an extra detail of police to squelch them. It happened that a retired Columbia professor. Or. Patty Smith Hill interested herself in situation. She asked police to Lay off and give her a Chance at kids and police were very glad to consent so or. Hill got Busy. She was devoting herself to a free Nursery school for children of Relief clients and she used this for her base of operations. First of All she called in leaders of Youthful gang they were about 12 years old and asked them what was wrong. They told her a we have nothing to do and no place to go after school is so or. Hill opened a Community Center for these children in her Nursery school building youngsters were suspicious at first. She assured them that activities at Center would be of their own choosing and then they said they a like to be taught a fall about Gas a so that they could make tear Gas bombs and throw them at Tough gang in next Block. Undaunted or. Hill started a class in chemistry a and children got so interested in it that they forgot All about tear Gas bombs. She organized classes in music and Art in stenography and dramatics had children writing staging and costuming their own plays and before anyone realized quite what was going on these Young rowdies had ceased to be rowdies and had turned into Well behaved quiet and altogether likable boy. And girls. The moral to this Little Story be any More obvious if it were printed in letters a foot High. Children turn into neighbourhood rowdies out of boredom pure and simple. They have to have an oui let for their energies of none is provided make one to grief of whole neighbourhood As like As not. When adult world is willing to spend just a Little time and Money providing an outlet neighbourhood gang simply Isnit a gang any longer. Where it exists it indicts intelligence of grown ups. Recent City elections in new York. These indicate that tammany Hall with its Derby tilted Down Over its left Eye in Good old tradition is on verge of making a comeback at expense As usual of Good citizens of town. Tammany succeeded in capturing 14 Aldermani seats in this last election. That in itself May not mean so much Fiorelo Laguardia never did have solid two thirds majority that he needed on Board of aldermen but it seems to indicate that history with help of boys in Back room is about to repeat itself. For tammany which has been horrible example for american reformers Ever since Days of Mustache cups and High wheeled bicycles always does come Back. The indignant customers have tossed Tiger out of joint about once every 20 years for generations and he always has come Back for More. He May be Down but. He is never out now All this is a pretty sad commentary on Fate of Reform movements in american City politics but there is nothing in least mysterious about it. A writer of holy scripture some 20 centuries ago called turn when he remarked that sons of this world Are frequently Wiser than children of Light. That is As True in modern America As it was in ancient Judea. The secret of whole thing is that tammany or any other political machine keeps working. Politics is not a sanctified and emotional game to machine it is a Job which has to be worked at Day in and Day out. The votes that elect City officials Are cast by living flesh and blood human beings and outfit that corrals most human beings gets most votes barring undue shenanigans at polling places. This is Point that tammany never forgets. The Man who wants to see his City permanently equipped with an honest and efficient government could profitably remember that Point. It in t enough to get up on stump once in four years and holler about misdeeds of rascals Down at City Hall. It takes a continuing organization and continuing hard work. As Long As people who a it interested in Good government apply their interest Only by fits and starts tammany and other self help machines will continue to enjoy eternal comeback. Peoples forum town senders Are right about this anyway if we Are to have definite class of citizens publicly supported let it be aged. Newspaper comment spare us from a land Boom Spencer news Herald no one of course will object to any one buying Good farms at fair prices and no one will object very seriously to any one buying land and paying a High Price for it provided he can pay for it but to go into debt in Hope of making a profit from a Quick resale is bad business. A real honest to goodness Boom in land values is about last thing we want right now not that Boom itself is so bad its what follows Boom that hurts. Tammany again slips in Back Way when gent Over at Corner table gets too noisy and starts spilling his Beer it is a simple matter to take him by neck and throw him out. Unfortunately it often is much More of a Job to keep him from sneaking Back in again a Little later valueless Creston news advertiser forecasts and predictions of both sides democrats republicans Are largely wasted Energy. The Public has become pretty Wise to that kind of stuff and a great percent of voters would not take work of any party boosters on oath. That president Roosevelt a personal popularity Baa been slipping no one will deny but he could lose an enormous number of his 1932 vote and still be elected. Dear editor from my hos Pital bed i read of Ames safety Campaign and note tendency of p. T. A. Groups to bring pressure to Bear on City Council to repeal a no bicycles on sidewalks ordinance. I discover that this viewpoint makes a difference in one a perspective i Hope it Broadens it. Be that As it May from viewpoint of a Hospital bed i recall with what Grace and skill in past All unannounced some of my Young Friend cyclists have dexterously curved around my feet with startling intimacy to continue threading their Way in and out among pedestrians ahead with radically different reactions i submit in minds of my generation from those of performers themselves who thrilled to stunt thus remembering i shudder to think of suffering of aged which i believe certain to follow repeal of ordinance in question. And who can say that such suffering would be confined to a Why not a Campaign of safety education in which bicycle riders Are urged to hug sidewalks As they ride pavements and Drivers Are urged to be watchful of bicycle lanes youth and old age we must sacrifice neither for other nor should parents seek thru removal of All restrictions which such repeal might afford to escape from parental responsibility. I believe More time and Energy spent both at Home and abroad would contribute to solution of problem and spare both groups. Another recollection still vivid is of a Young Ames stenographer who while violating one of our City traffic rules dragged under her wheels a victim who among other injuries suffered a broken Pelvis. Yet this Young woman was quoted As sensing no responsibility a because to use her own words old woman in question was too old to jump a i fear Many boys and girls would fail to Register any responsibility if this ordinance were repealed remembering Only that a we have a right to for that reason i am opposed to such a repeal. Respectfully submitted. Mrs. H. D. Hughes. Written from Kirksville to by Robert Bruce a hj33 Nea service inc begin ii be today Jean Ulm Nyji Secretary to Don Ald mob Tagbo lawyer delay her a Erer when Bobby Wal i Ace aate Anobile a Teamia. Oak her to marry Bim. At g�l4ea Feather Nix lab Ake meet Sandy Harkins whoa Basinet con aeolian i a agae. Saady intr Odavee Bobby and Jeaa to a or. And mrs. Lewis. Babby Anglia Acme Bond far Lenin who bar a ear. Larry Alienn Federal Aarif. La to ulnar Windy Lewi Bank robber. A leans about to a Bond Traa action and question Bobby. Ear Lewi Bobby an Larry believe bought is armoured de take Tahud oat. Jena agree to a Leeret encasement Aith Sandy. The Bank Al which her father i prepaid eat i robbed and Larry Alerta in Feareb for robber. Jean Roe to see Sandy who a Heel injured. He and Leplae Are Tania at a farmhouse. She Mon dads herself a prisoner. The whole party Lenseth farm. Larry learn robber Pere Jackson canc. A Telephone number Lead Federal Mea to farm Jena father worried about Ber absence loaf de i Bobby. They so to see Larry wow co on with Story chapter Xxxvii Larry Glenn drove slowly out Road that led North from town of Midlothian and repeated to himself directions that had been Given him at filling station. A first White farm House on left Side of Road after you. Pass Little Grove of Oaks Quot he mused. A a let a see this must be Grove now when i get past it. A a he touched Brake and crawled along even Mote slowly. The Oak Grove slipped to rear followed by an Orchard beyond Orchard a pleasant looking farm House with a veranda across front and a fringe of Trees along Side of its Yard came into View Larry swung into driveway drove to Back Yard parked and went no to Back door and rapped. He heard slow footsteps inside House then door was opened part Way and a Man peered out at him. A emr. Engle a said Larry Man nodded reluctantly. A my names harder a said Larry politely. A a in a doing some Field research for Uncle Sam collecting statistics on triple a Corn and hog program and in a afraid Iti have to bother you to answer a few Man peered up from beneath his overhanging eyebrows and hesitated. Larry smiled in manner of one who knows that he is making a nuisance of himself but who proposes to get it Over with As painlessly As possible and said. A it wont take but a minute or Scoffer remained to Pray Davenport times he sunday was a master showman and built up it great organization including his own choir in later years to draw sinners to his Tabernacle. Brought under spell of his religious Fervour those who went to Scott remained to Pray. A Rop shoulders and soft puff sleeves Are appealing feminine u touches in design of this Chic wrap around Arron frock which can he made in Percale Gingham or Calico and turned in contrast patterns Are sized St to 44. Bize 3b requires 4 o-4 Juds of 35 or 39-Inch fabric and i 12 Yards of contrast. To secure a pattern and step Buff ills 8tructioxs, fill out Coupon below being sure to or. A a Awa name of this newspaper. The fall and Winter pattern Book with a Complete selection of late dress designs now is ready. Its 15 cents when purchased separately. Or it you want to order it with pattern a a Send in just in a do clonal to cent. With Coupon. Naval strategy Davenport times tendency of shipbuilding nations is to Start something a naval Parley can to finish. 4�?just a reminder i Quot a a 4� i step of wolking on those thugs quo do a y a move i m still Hafie. Piss today a pattern Bureau. 103 Park ave. New York enclosed is 15 cents in Coin for pattern no. Kame. Address City. St name of this newspaper. Sister Mary a Kuchen Ryphe Man looked at him again and grudgingly opened door. A come on in then a he said a graciously. Larry followed him into Kitchen. The Kitchen was a Large room in old fashioned farm manner. A Wood burning Range stood at one end and at other was a Large table spread with a Check ered Gingham cloth and covered with used breakfast dishes. Or. Engle sat cautiously in a straight backed chair and waved Larry to another beside table. Larry sat Down Drew a notebook from his pocket opened it and leaned Forward with another ingratiating smile. A now. Lets see. Or. Engle a he said. A you have 20 acres in Field Corn this year and a two acre plot of Sweet Corn for Market which does t count so Well skip it. Twenty acres and last summer you a and he went on reciting facts and figures that he had gleaned half an hour earlier in office of county agricultural agent and or. Engle nodding occasionally and sucking at his empty pipe found no reason to suspect that his visitor was anything except what he represented himself to be. A a a and have you your copy of agreement with county agent i d like to glance at it or. said Larry in conclusion. Or. Engle looked helplessly about him then got to his feet. A Mem a he called. A a what a you want a a id a woman a voice rasping and impatient from somewhere upstairs. A a where a my copy of that com hog agreement a a wherever you put it which might be a most anywhere a said voice. Or. Engle stared blankly at Selling. There was a moments silence then woman a voice called Down a did you look in deck in front parlor might be a rest of it was lost As woman apparently moved from one upstairs room to another. Or. Engle looked blankly at Larry then mumbled a a in a better go look for it a and shuffled off through a swinging door to front of Honse. Larry left alone in Kitchen looked about him with keen interest. He had already Learned from county farm agent that Engles were childless and had no hired help How was it then that at least six people had eaten breakfast in Kitchen that morning As used dishes on Kitchen table clearly testified he listened intently. Someone woman probably was moving about upstairs. Engle seemed still to be in front looking for agreement. Larry looked Over plates on table. Moving deftly and silently he picked no a knife from each plate wrapped them All carefully in a handkerchief and slipped bundle into an inner pocket then standing he looked Over table a second time. Riphen he heard or. Engle re a turning. Larry slipped into his chair again and was looking absently at Range when Farmer re entered Kitchen. A there a tis a said or. Engle extending a creased and soiled document Larry took it scanned it with an air of vast interest jotted Down a couple of notes in his Little Book and then returned it a a in a sorry to have bothered you a he said smiling. A now if i can have a look at your Stock Iti go away and leave Yon in he got up to follow sluggish or. Engle out Back door and at that moment he heard More footsteps in Hall swinging door thumped and swung and a Stout red faced woman came into Kitchen carrying an enormous armful of sheets rolled into a huge Ball. A this s one of those aaa Fellows a said Engle. A s inquiring about my Corn and so she looked at Larry uncertainly then turned Back to clothes Basket. A Well a she said a til get on with my washing. You wont need me will you. Mister a Larry smiled and a Hok his head and followed Farmer out into Back Yard thinking a six places for breakfast and enough used sheets to sleep a regiment for a family of two a a he followed Farmer through outbuildings squinted of lushly at pigs pretended to take More notes and managed to observe from indentations in soil and Black grease drippings on grass and gravel that at least two cars bad been parked in Back Yard very recently and finally half an hour after his arrival he Shook hands with Engle wished him Good Day got into roadster and drove away. It was still before noon when he entered his office in Dover. He took from his pocket Little bundle of purloined table knives from Engle Kitchen and carefully unwrapped it. Then he called for Tony Larocoo. A Tony a he said As italian entered room a i think you can make some prints off of these. Try pm and see what you get will you and step on it Tony took exhibits and departed while Larry sat at his desk and took a hurried glance at various papers and memoranda that had been accumulating during his absence he raised his eyebrows Over one memorandum studied it with care called agent Frank Watson into his office and talked with him earnestly then he rang up that honest hard listed Friend detective sergeant Mike Hagan of Dover police and held a Telephone consultation with him. As he Hung up Tony came Back into room carrying a huge blotter on which Lay three photographic prints still wet from fixing Bath. A three of knives were too smudged to do any business with a said Tony. A i got these off other Larry looked at prints automatically drawing out envelope in which he carried fingerprint impressions of red Jackson Wing Lewis and Sandy Harkins. He Laid cards on table and Tony Bent Over them with him. A this one we done to have Quot mused Larry. A a we la Send it to Washington. This single Here. By lord Tony if that Isnit red Jackson a look a they made a careful painstaking comparison checking Loop and whorls with methodical exactness. Then they straightened up looked at one another and nodded. A this other one looks like a woman so said Tony. Larry looked at print. A i blew it up so much you can to Tell a explained Tony. A but on Silver prints were in lot smaller than others. I bet its a woman a might be mrs. Engles a said Larry slowly. A for maybe Brady woman is with Mem. Well it does no to signify a a he broke off As his Bell tinkled and took up Telephone. He smiled and spoke a word of greeting into mouthpiece then As he listened he grew tense and his face became Stern. A my god Man it can to be a has Aid. A a listen a to lie continued s stories in i Stamps a by i s Klein a maid a maoris behind scenes in Washington by Mary e. Dague aka service staff writer Day came a card Aunounc-1 ing an auction Sale of Antiques to begin at ten o clock in morning with a lunch served on i can t miss it j and there s no telling what time Iti get Home with an uneasy conscience and a careful of things i probably had no business to buy. Fortunately Date of j Sale is far enough ahead for me to make necessary preparation. The beat Way to overcome my sense of guilt is to serve my Faro ii an unusually Good dinner mondays menu breakfast halves of Grapefruit Cereal Cream shirred eggs. Crisp oven Toast milk Coffee. Luncheon liver and Bacon sandwiches head lettuce with French dressing fruit tapioca pudding milk Tot. Dinner veal Stew with dumplings cabbage and Pepper salad mince pie. Milk Coffee. Ii an unusually Good dinner broiled All can be th., night hut it ut., Advance Bro led a and planning to set dinner on ta-1 a a la up a a a a to a. And Chopa. By. In half a. Hour Atter Yon atop a Are Ain a. A it by a Sukk into Kitchen. This is Way i shall do it. J Rac a. Oxtail Savory in morning Iti get my salads Tomato a big cock has by ready so that All Iti have to do parisian dress will be to take it from be head lettuce a or Nilla Cook Frig Rater and put it on table tog Caramel custard Anilla Cook dessert will be made and ice milk Coffee put in ice Box to chill. The Savory Macaroni Isi pre k Coeline vegetable ?55. All ready to Dop in me Wen Jum Iti have a vegetable that will enough to be heated through Cook in Twenty minutes such As i lettuce is washed and put cauliflower or Iti Cook of in . Vegetable pan in Lee morning and reheat in its sauce pressing is mixed or seasoning at last minute. In bottle no. A song Ai in i Lutr d. A a a a bottle for a of i have potato i la a ook ii to i ii r. Be ors serving them in morning and reheat j Macaroni in u Cream sauce. J a it fish us it is packed and ship five ounces Macaroni. 3 Quail Ped these Days can he cooked boiling water i Teaspoon suit. With practically no preliminary Pound cheese i cup chopped a preparations. Oysters Are a stand j Oil nuts 2 cups canned tomatoes by for last minute dinners. Qts Salt Pepper sugar. J ter Stew scalloped oysters j Cook Macaroni in boiling Salter creamed on Toast in Brochette water until tender Drain and j baked with Macaroni pigs in i Blanch. Arrange in a buttered blankets All these Oyster dishes baking dish baking ?. V u a i Are delicious and nourishing and j Lay a a with nuts and thinly Siletz j can be on table in thirty min cheese. Hub tomatoes through a. Lites time coarse Sieve and season with Salt liver link sausages pork ten and Pepper Sod sugar Quot of we Horicon beef Toad rials broiled Macaroni mixture and bake he in by re aed Ether a hopped i Twenty five minutes in a wad a its. Biol sliced a a i lad he i oven a s f 5 degrees or i Ajala a it prot Olmi a a a Fin be a Hiss in welted. Ltd civilization has tamed staunch Maori tribes of new zealand but it has done us utmost to retain Art of these bold aborigines remarkable in its Fine carvings its weaving and Tattoo work one form of preservation is then a series of Stamps issued by new zealand recently stamp shown Here illustrates a Maori girl typical of Beautiful womanhood of that race girl is wearing a or headband of plaited flax and Boldine in place a feat Lier of rare a Hula a Feather is Black with a White tip. And is worn by women of High birth Only a on girls breast re to characteristic Maori Amulet known As a a Tiki Quot Emblem of Fertility Maori tradition hat it that original Tiki was father of Mankind while another legend makes Tiki hems that presides Over w omens hand Craft an Well As childbirth. And so Tiki is worn by women Only copyright i i. Nua service to. By Rodney Dutcher Mia nerdier Muff correspond eat in Washington worst thing that can happen to you in Washington is to be appointed a coordinator. The fellow who ones had to empty a Well with a have had a soft snap compared with Job of trying to co ordinate parts a it of new Deal. The latest victim is Peter Grimm b new York real estate Man and protege of Secretary Morgenthau. Who is supposed to co ordinate various new Deal housing activities. A recent confidential Survey found that 37 government agencies bad a definite responsibilities in housing Quot most important ones Are Fua. Hwa. A. Fera. Reg Holu. Fua. And w p a in an Many of those agencies As could be covered in a Day one found a grim undercurrent of opposition to or Grimm it reminds you of Way people got to feeling shout that coordinator of coordinators Donald Richter whether or not an Abhorrence i being coordinated has Anvil Ling to do with it. The people who struggle with housing Here almost unanimously cry out a belief that Grimm who has handled i he Astor and Morgenthau prop Cartier in new York seeks to maintain High mortgage rate and discredit Low Cost housing efforts. In interests of big Banks. Mortgage agencies real estate companies builders and insurance comps Hies committee without his consent a Strong impression grew up 1 that Grimm was especially Anx-1 ions to a co ordinate Quot chairman i John la Fahey and Home loan system and Fahey won that reported Battle to extent that Grimm suddenly found himself j but one among several other assistants to committee appointed by Delano in Luwi j cum Mimms Ai Wywias in Ida Lupine to Star in father s movies ids Lupine i laying in a Peter in Bolson a pc it ii Gary cd per and Ann Harding has rec Sivad word from Stanley Lupton her father and Hea i at hts own producing company in . To at sue i it co Star with turn to i a Gas y f in or duct iou 1 a a pal in Tot i 1 of quoth in 1 by of legs a film pie or. I Quot Fri mm�?T8 trouble began when j Roosevelt appointed Fred Doughtie president a a Uncle As chairman of a housing co ordination committee with Grimm in Delano Sardinia it Delano dislike for Grimm dated Back b a fore thai arid was intensified when Grimm culled a meeting of s of ething had to he done or or. Grimm might an Well go Back to new York a some i thing Quot was his a ointment to National emergency Council As an official coordinator of housing ac-1 11v it ies 1 de la no is reported threatening to resign of Grimm gets real powder or authority Grimm is sending Long questionnaires to All i agencies which arouse sour re-1 actions i Home loan thinks he a trying 1 to absorb it into Cha and convert its Honda into insured mortgages. A pm a housing thinks Grimm would like to sabotage it lowest projects and so on. In other words or Grimm faces Odds see i Rosevelt. Slick As Ever with press was asked to conv men on a crack from general John on by a correspondent who mumbled so that other newspaper a men yelled a louder a i Quot he wanted to know about some kind of a statement from general Johnson spoke up president grinning i Quot Haw Haw Hawk Quot bellowed a or respondents taking Cue rut one Man insisted on asking Hie president s answer Quot you fellow gave answer a Roosevelt replied Quot Hee Hee Heel a giggled c correspondents copyright Nea service inc i i Lupico will compose numbers Ana i lyrics tut dance sequences planned for her initial appearance in films with her father to co i tarring role is army trained during world air her j pm to j Vav t 1 a it get a a v Winfield be to. I ads thrill stories George raft is Hollywood a most enthusiastic detective Story Reader. He has a standing order Atli his bookseller to Send him Al to Best thrillers week. Waa it to cry up girl y. 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