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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1935, Ames, Iowa Use classified ads j to buy. Sell Exchange rent Telephone 2400and time Universal in the Ames Territo b y generally 9 thursday night and re a Day. wed. 2 45 p. Rn., St thurn. 6 a in. 55 2 p. My a fit precis that of .64 vol. 69 no. 92 official Ames and Story county paper Ames Iowa thursday october 17, 1938. United pre wire service three cent recommend grand ave. Project despite setback by Railroad report British subjects slain ethiopian deserter is made province governor Djibouti French Somaliland a reports of a raid into British Somaliland in which natives British subjects were killed Aud their herds of cattle and goats were gashed were Brot Here thursday i rom Zelia on the British Somaliland coast. The report which said italians were the aggressors were received Here with Reserve. They Quot were Brot to e. C. Lowe British vice counsel. He cautioned that they should be treated carefully As the affair might easily develop into the importance of the Ual Ual incident involving Britain. He pointed out Tho possibility that a band of marauders exploiting the warfare merely had Plum ered the Region added they come have been native italian levies Wen pot out of hand and that Italy could not be Hel a responsible. The report t Leo said that those attacked included members of the Camel corps British native army. Italy thursday consolidated to position in Northern Ethiopia with appointment of the deserter rub Haile Selassie Gugsa As governor of the Tigre province and ordered its army in the South to drive northward with All possible Speed to Cut off ethiopian supplies. The i farces seeking to push northward from Somaliland 250 Miles to a Jiga and Harar Are being hampered by renewed Raina government spokesman announced. Military circles reported italian air planes had successfully bomb. D an ethiopian base at War Rob a a it Miles Southeast of Harar on the front. 40,000 warriors shout Defiance Italy avenged Milan throng hails Aduwan capture inc seeks bids in Patino new key products embargoed by league group planning Board i track remains impressive Tesfil Mogul of Italy s mad Jub Ilance Over a he capture pro Yma cd to Hal Elm june any tin Quot their Jet would be located in Marshall years ago. Is hts seep to the Cathedra Aduana a Erthus a he it doxy he Shadow which had clouded i o include about one mile in Story county construction of Miles of Par log on Highway is from the Jasper county Lino to Melbourne passing thru Story county at the Southeast Corner of Collins township la one of the leading projects submitted thursday by the Iowa Highway commission for bids at the oct. 29 letting Here. Construction of this stretch of paving will be another step toward completion of the Diagonal farm to in Arket Road from Marshalltown to Des Moines the proposed paving will include about one mile of paving in the Southeast Corner of Story county while the Law bid May be name at the next commission meeting actual work on the project will no be started until next Spring. No arrangements have been completed for the Railroad crossing separation at the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul tracks. Claud can Ken Dan admin strive Engineer of the Iowa Highway commission reported thursday that this problem will he worked out during Lite Winter the Railroad Grade separation pro Geneva to a an embargo on selected key products to Italy in to tided to cripple its Industry was Start traffic Survey agreed on thursday by a league of. A along Avenue nations sub committee. The products include tin Iron chromium Radium aluminium and Nickel. The committee s selected products comprise list number one of a three part classification of product necessary for War of which it is hoped to deprive Italy entirely soon final definite recommendation that an underpass be constructed under the Chicago amp North Western Railroad tracks at grand Avenue was voted by the City planning commission on wednesday in Tim. The list number on con-1�111 in Jpn of Jofh a Sis of my materials whose pro-1 Railroad officials wednesday of and world Mark-1 a pre a a a a hat he wet Baratieri. Conservative labor leaders hold control Atlantic City n. J., ant conservative fades still were in control of the Lim rican fed ration of labor thursday but their leadership had been shaken by a series of insurgent uprisings and new Pitfalls were just ahead. While victorious in the fight Over Industrial unionism the conservatives were headed for defeat on the Addis Ababa lit a forty thou execute Council proposal for a Sand ravage warriors howling Aud i Ratajc a purge of communists from brandishing weapons surged Pant emperor Haile Selassie i thursday shouting Defiance at Italy As they received orders sending them to fight the invading italian legions. The ethiopian fighting men who might have stepped from Tho pages of a chronicle of the Tim a of Tamerlane a raved swords Spears and guns As they pledged themselves to fight to the death in defense of their Homeland. They cheered wildly As a proclamation by the emperor was read calling upon them to give their lives in Battle but to sell them dearly Fabricius again the organized labor movement the Industrial Union Battle was was Brot out thru six hours of hot debate which lasted until nearly Midnight. On the Roll Call the Craft Union plan of organization win is. 025 to 10,024. The insurgent led by the hard hitting president of the United mine workers John l. Lewis were attempting to Force the federation into a new policy dedicated to the mass organization of worker thru out All Industry. A the Issue seems to be clarified and definitely decided a Lewis said after the vote. A that s All i want in say right wins butter prize Jaycees will hold Waterloo Oie in. A. Fabu-1 club of Ames who won highest honors in the butter scoring contest at the Dairy cattle Congress held Here recently repeated his Triumph by placing first in the bid ter scoring contest held late wednesday in connection with the convention of the Iowa Creamery operators association. Two Are fined Marion Bovard Ames and c. F. Patrick. Boone were fined $5 each in Ames municipal court wednes Day on charges of fast driving. Test your knowledge Len ii Range aaa plan develops consider control for Rye Barley Washington lib a a Long Range agricultural production control program began to take form thursday As aaa officials developed plans for consolidation of administrative machinery. Secretary of agriculture Henry a. Wallace announced the aaa 9 considering a Cotton control program based on voluntary four year contracts to replace contracts which expire this year. This program if carried out i Field would be Over the longest period j Webb Lynn Mahannah Richard for which Farmers have yet been j Taylor and Howard Zimmerman asked to sign up. Other programs the play is being directed by have been for one and two years. Chester Davis aaa administrator speaking in favor of the Lon term contracts said they were simpler to administer and reruns de the necessity for referendums and annual renewals. Administration officials Are Eon sideling a gradual shift of present individual crop control programs to a single contract for each Fairn to include All Basic crops As a part of their Long Range planning program. The first step toward co Soude tentative plans made for Relief boys scouts to give play Here on november i boy scout troop no. 145 will present the highly entertaining scout comedy a matter dark a in the am s High school auditorium Friday eve tic bus 11,000,0th jobless on its a part of the Branch line of the dominate controlled by league chlcag0 amp North Western to Des members and therefore May More 0jne� could not be removed. Easily be controlled. I this action by the Railroad it was reliably Learned that i officials if final would prohibit France bad advised the league of i the construction of an underpass nations that France s Sanction at the proposed site. However against Italy would be enforced of j the local planning commission Fili ally beginning thursday. Such City manager John Ames and Sanction includes arms embargo j mayor w. L. Allan who met and such cd the preliminary Wen w dowday a Luh a a a he a Jet. A a. I Mission voiced the opinion inst Omic Sanction As has already been rung of a Rau Road offt approved by the league. A g $ not Fina great Britain has demanded from an alternate proposition France a final definite yes no commission recommended statement whether it Wilt Cooper that in Case the construction of ate with the British Fleet in event an underpass on the present of a clash with Italy it was Learned grand Avenue is not possible the Council the Railroad and the great Britain has issued a virtual Iowa Highway commission should continued on Page two consider the building of an in 1 Der pass starting at grand Avenue and fifth Street and continuing in a South South Westerly it Etc county. A Mai i ii t till y All i i i Hon. A Mere at Lincoln Way other projects listed for bids a j 11/illu a to a of a a 1 across from the Highway offices the letting of get. 29 Are As it j lows Bridges and culverts Cedar a badge on Highway 74 cast of Tipton. Lyon overpass on Highway to Northwest of Rock rapids at i. C. R. Crossing. Mills Cut ens on Way 242 list half of nation s from Highway 31 Ner to Silver unemployed halloween parti is planned Here i Oder both line such an alternate plan would make possible an underpass to i re a go under both the main and the Junior chamber to be Grinch inf it thereby eliminating Host to kiddies a real halloween party is in store Washington a new Deal officials Outing Only half the a Ning nov. I. Rehearsals have been in Progress for two weeks and a Fine interpretation of the production is promised by the cast which includes Spencer Vanderlinden Kenneth Myers Robert Lavelle Bradley Wells James Nichol John de Vore Vernon Matsen Robert de fore Donald Lewis Russell Whit Wallace Mitchell Harold painting spree in club room Friday it Lon of administrative agencies will can you answer seven of these j thru the Muon lumber company test questions turn to Page four for the answers. What is to t me the Menthe 2, in is lilt ii is Crater Lake National Parks on is Ila t b d if is air is the City it news Rochelle a y. ? 4 has Rhode Island a a mailed Al a that Neie it Ltd 5 who were the Rittue a who was John Dryden la zoology what w Ord is used be the placing of the Rye program now boing developed under the wheat program administrator. Pre int wheat administrative Macho cry will be used to handle both pro Grams. A Barley program being urged by growers probably will be administered by either the wheat Rye Board of he Corn hog Board officials said the purpose of these consoled cons officials said is to simplify administration avoid red tape Aud reduce administrative costs now amounting to approximately 13, 500, a month the Hilt from emergency measures to Long Range planning is being made gradually. A \ officials feel that purpose of the agricultural adjustment act have largely will furnish a new Brush to a cry been accomplished Ainee it was master Painter aiding in Lite project passed by Congress May it 1933. Master painters who wish to Ald the the aaa they believe has Brot Junior chamber in tie gift if up j the pries of farm Tomn Whitties Gen project arc risk Cut to phone Wayne orally Mare nearly a i the level of t ups it 2 to it i Russell while at 241 1 Industrial product Anil has raised a master painters of Hie City will be Given an Opportunity to display their Best efforts when a painting spree is held in the Ames Junior chamber of Commerce club rooms at the Sheldon Muon hotel Friday night of this week. The Jaycee club rooms will be renovated of that time. Two Coats of paint Are to be applied with Russell White club rooms committee chairman and Wayne Cupps decorations chairman. In charge. Every master painted in the City is expected to be on hand Friday night to do his part in aiding the Junior chamber Complete the redecoration program. Pittsburg plate Glass company. Donald Lewis troop cheer master and Robert de fore assistant scoutmaster with the assistance of . Ferne gaunt director of dramatics in Ames High school. Mrs. Gaunt is acting in an advisory capacity. Proceeds from the production will be used to Purchase badly needed proper outdoor camping equipment and to Start a fund w hich will insure too per cent Legia nation of the troop at Camp Mitlo a scout Camp next summer. Tickets will go on Sale soon and will be available from members of the troop. Prairie fire dats Sioux overpass on Highway 23 on North corporation line of Alton. Is. P. And o. Grading appanoose�?4 s Miles on Highway 3 cast and West of Centreville. Appanoose-�?1.2 Miles on Highway 3 in Centerville Fremont 0.9 mile on Highway 333 from Highway 59 East to Page county line i on�?0 3 Nile on Highway to continued on Page eight District club meeting opens Here on thur. Removing the the the necessity of Branch line. The recommendation of.,. Commission which comes after for every boy and girl the City month 0f study in regard to the this year. The Ames Junior Cham a prob Leras of taking care of inter Ber of Commerce Witt be hosts Tong and Intra City traffic the future the kiddies at an old fashioned Hal of Highway $9 and the beautify owe in cos in. Nil par., a a Ltd Jun Jvn on main Street. Thursday evening not Rej liar meeting monday get 31, night. Copies of the rec Moraen prizes Are to be awarded the nest Dation will be sent to f. C. Costumes and lanterns in the Parade White chief Engineer of the every a it a Lyrl j Yoffie ouzo a a a Ames is eligible to compete Fot the in re it lived wednesday grand prise. Other Prises win be afternoon by mayor Allan and awarded for second third fourth White. C. T. Dike chief Enate fifth places. Judges will be Rinser of the Chicago amp is0rh a Ltd a a a commit tee and announced at a later Date. Of Regj traffic Over this North and four horses mounted by men with i Gouth line it would he a prac to limpets will Lead the Parade thru liable for the Railroad to aban t he downtown Section and past the Don this part of the line. Further consider Hon because it is generally known , in spirit. A rioted the. Railroad up a a a i ,.a a Grade crossing separation project sixty five delegates had Register form is to be constructed for the Thig nearly Points it is Lief Rolls. Thursday made tentative plans for a 32.300,.000 work Relief program during the 1936-1937 fiscal year. That Large an appropriation however probably will not be needed from the next session of Congress. Relief directors anticipate a 1900,000,000 balance from their current $4,000,300,000 employ men drive on january i 1936. Congress instead will be offered legislation converting the Public works and works Progress administrations into regular governmental departments to plan work projects for years ahead. Relief Rolls now include some s 000 too unemployed. The admin. A _ a a ,. A titration la a Kins to Mako work thur Day noon for he Lith div Moi in font of the. 8h.i<k.n my in he fwd that Railroad official. For 3.500.cco Ani has return to i con incl. La. Iowa be tar i hotel so that every entrant May b. I will . Further consideration to of til other., classed a. Quot Mien toy c Hon , i Vlf we get a Only Ables a to local Cate. Iati the first methodist Church. In addition to costume and in. Situation the Highway Relief Agni inns Rater be lev. All thurs guv a a a urn prise. The chamber Wilt give Haa set aside a fund other jobless will become Ward j rain which Fen cd Central Iowa Prises for the Best decorated store tif $ioo,000 with which to build of the government unless they eau. Evening and thursday windows in keeping with the hat a Grade separation Over under find employment Iii private Indue non j til Many of Tho Iowa in season. A special commit-1 the Railroad in Ames. This fund re. Their present Means of Livel morning . i which i not definitely set at delegates from attending the ii t t,.r of Iowa mate collage faculty 100 000 in Beu Ved sufficient to reviewing stand where judges will i choose the outfits Best typifying the the problem. According to the present status a share of the would be due Pioneer Days when Prairie fires were the gravest danger of settlers were recalled Here wednesday As the fire department answered two it alls to extinguish fires in open old i Days sessions. Three important i members and outstanding Ames Civ i a the expense of the project ire Hep a depleted every Day the i speak Era of the mornings program leaders will be named liter to Salt a in addition my without Wosic i were . To b. Preen., . In. A he winner., i Lama. Which Hub nil fit of Des Moines mrs the Junior chamber committee properties affected by the project. This fund is made available a a part of the to million Dollar program inaugurated this As a work Progress Broth Bungalow tearoom. Speaks a chairman Dale Pollock. Ray Vanuatu. Were mrs. It. H. Sylvestet of dec a Johnson it Dan Mcleod a Beuie i May afternoon filet Ahe Kilt Feo peri1, id. D m a five Parsons including two Amati children Wert the farm income to equitable i in that a. kers. Punt More a Industrial pm a and pm a Bas in Fields in application about 3 2 p. M. G department some $5,000.0 was called to put to a grass fire on East Lincoln Way. Near the City limits where Ute fire was endangering several Small Homes on the in addition part of the 3,500,000 the government win put to work with its present $4,000,000,000 appropriation will be looking for our jobs private governmental when their projects Are completed. Than for a permanent work re a Lief i Orara. To lug used both foe Relief and As a depression preventative Center about the reseat a animations. Hazel Schaus of Iowa City and mrs appointed by Harry j. Collin Prest Ethel Towne Holmes Dent to carry out the in party project in Eudea Wayne a spa the noon luncheon was held at North Side of the Highway. in the second fire which was first Thot to by a Forest fire occurred Atje 5 40 p. In. In the Warren Zenor Cornfield about one Milf mile South a it of allies to i by ays a Aud 39. Guilt in to Teu Ivi Putch w a Burn de the t. A a ii it have started fru Iii it Park engine to to a lies Mutuz i tie to a it <1 a Earth v i it i i s kept on file for a Naa ced Fri a new a be sought a to cd altho president mated an ingress an $600,oho, Ling and spa j they will be i As needed i i to Tevelt est 6?0,u0o.0h0 government revenues in 1 a Gondi used on Page eight Moines miss Joanne Hansen Ben i of the applied Art department at Iowa stat College and mrs. Helen Taylor of Bloomfield afternoon addresses will include those by prof Paul Cox Ceram department Iowa state College mrs. Lewis Worthington Smith Des Moines and mrs William tar Rabee ., Clermont c lie two the Field ii \ de i t Viii nit line it i n i All Wallace says one cent bread Price hike unjustified a Homecoming Sei of animals that appear during the killed wednesday night when their half Light of Dav. N Twilight s. Name the speaker of the a House of representatives 9 of what Commonwealth ii sew go a Wale a state in n Here ii Cardigan bawl failed do Stup sop gifts Litrow Huxley was Brot automobile was Demoi Zahed by a j into Ames municipal court i Auri is feeding Wabash Railroad Aacen Day morning but William Arter i go a train at a private Cro Saieg on a Highway sat by patrol Man on their farm Gnu Hington faded to charges of fad my to Stop Ai a Stop be the train approaching ii Fie Lim berhow pleaded a pm Quot and drove up an incline to the Croft in As fined $2 and a cat Muncy prices i a Ndon u is the Puu $4,9144 thursday. Gold w shillings 6 Pence an ounce Dollar Price was $3? 75. Gales it ere c 7 a a $1 1 a French francs were 14 9 i 1 Pound a 141 id the i it id u Abong i in j a f agric ult a a i in a v Usi a i bul ii it Tuut iut 1�� ii f to til t a i t i 4 Iii it i # a unjust tits t i ate inert ase in ter a i. Wallace it Tim a j creased Cost a tout Ulm a a Wallace to it it l out Tutere put Uii 1 till we ii it Uin it of Ilia in Usu Pav Iii in l. It to to the and dried ilk that the it a malt Ugar it amount to a i Cee by of pent a loaf Bakers and the. A in . Of am Vronz a mgt thou a ui�?T. both inc Ratet and Francis Huntley Dru it buyer false Check writer is sought by police ame p.�?Tii1 a were notified thurs j Day hat a woman believed to be i j about to years of a. Has passed i Lavers forged checks in Ames due s lug re past Ftp Days. According to i the description Given police Shie i Ive feet Are n inches u height j weighs about 120 pounds and has a a thin far. She has Btu reported As Goto nun drug slur buying thru the presentation of hit of Cripta be and theft often by a fab. Heck in payment., i a netted i thai of i wit Iederan Sta it a outbid Iii j a i Fht it Dei car Skiff the woman j nut Keg the Purchase. Dee a a Judi no lie it tit if ted chief j j Curt hat tins e j Matt is a anted in it s Moines she i lifts Alt Aper Nti to ill Beane Aud j Madrid. I the Plaa Jitong Coram Saionz a study of the Cross log elimination prob Lem in Ames included study of other possible locutions for this underpass a overpass the final recommendation coming As the Concu a on Page two la i to plots a in til it a i Eft ii is h a 11 1 Aru i tuft it Ftp meet in it i tits ii it the a it it Park Aud i id Batt Eft. Satui Day loft to. Ames left Ive. A Luau i i reserves St Boone. F 30 p in Ames school is. Oft Koloma High wheel St a her a labor Council meets House Fidlon the hmm labor you Etc l �?~1 % p m gun Titi n a in the muted it 7 v Friday a suing ii the j great Hall of memorial Laie no Hall. I aunt Lindy says a tut o hard working bust Ness men will never get Rich hut their books Aho that the fat least Quot go credit for what the a a done a i

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