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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 18, 1935, Ames, Iowa Use classified ads to buy sell Exchange rent Telephone 2400 Ames daily trib and times Universal in the Ames territory vol. 69 no. 93 official Ames and 8tory county paper Ames Iowa Friday october 18, 1935. United pres wire service bathes forecast i j generally far Friday night end saturday. Warmer j temperatures thurs 4 30 pm rn., j 57 Fri 5 30 a. Rn., 41 2 p. Rn., 75. Precis tat Ion none. Three cents new tax legislation is possibility France will Aid great Britain in adding scrap to Mussolini a Iron determination peace efforts based imposition sanctions Paris a France s reply to great Britain the question whether France will cooperate with Britain if the latter is attacked by Italy in the Mediterranean is a Plain a a yes it was announced Friday. The British embassy stated that Premier Laval feels he has Given the British satisfaction in their demand. Britain Friday firmly maintained her attitude not making the slightest Concession to Italy unless Italy halts her War in Africa. Premier Pierre Laval altho finally willing to Back Britain nevertheless continued his efforts to keep the Way open for peaceful negotiations. To that end he tentatively suggested that Britain remove a few big warships if Italy removes a a excess soldiers from Libya adjoining Egypt. Britain it was Learned officially refused to do so contending that Libya is Quot not concerned in the controversy. The British position amounts to an ultimatum to Italy that the Only gesture which would cause reduction Britain s Fleet in the Mediterranean would be the italian withdrawal from Ethiopia. A joint Anglo French Effort to restore peace in East Africa it is believed will be based upon rapid imposition upon Italy All sanctions applicable under the league nations authority. The program for halting Mussolini s Conquest Ethiopia will be decided upon within the next 24 hours it was predicted. Soviet Russia Friday notified the league that it has ratified the arms embargo and financial penalties voted against Italy. Blockade in the Mediterranean and red seas unless economic and financial penalties against Italy bring Quick results was considered increasingly Likely by league nations leaders Friday. Great Britain is expected unless the penalties imposed for Italy a War Ethiopia show positive effect to propose that the blockade be enforced to Cut Italy off from its East african armies. The league nations economic sub committee penalties Friday added rubber to the Quot no. In list key products Prudom continue Page two the Boycott against supplying Italy with War materials wont leave the country Short scrap. Shipload scrap Iron much which can be used for manufacture armaments already Are Italy bound. Here the freighter san Julian is shown at Jersey City n. J., As giant cranes fill its holds with Metal brought alongside barges. Ames i geared plan class reunions at banquet enthusiasm at Ames High school Friday reached fever pitch As up in Ames is now under Way annual kiwanis Apple Sale aids needy children the annual Ames kiwanis club Apple Sale conducted each year to help under privileged children last Hope to escape noose fails iowan Des Moines if the last Hope Reginald Tracy ter insurance Salesman for escape from the death penalty imposed for plotting the murder his wife failed Friday. Gov. Clyde l. Herring to whom Tracy appealed for clemency last thursday denied his plea. Tracy is scheduled to be hanged at fort Madison state prison nov. 29. Word the failure his final i right for life Mas taken to the former Manchester choir Singer in Bis veil in death Row the state Pri son. He was convicted conspiring with mrs. Flossie fear in arranging for a fake robbery during the course which Bis wife was shot to death a year ago. Pils prepared for the annual Homecoming. The entire student body and a Large number alumni will meet at 7 30 p. In. Friday for a giant Pip me Ting in the music Pavilion City Park. Mayor w. L. Allan will give a pop talk and coach Ray Dattels will introduce the squad. After the Pep meeting in the Park the group will March behind a he High school band to the Field House for a second Pep meeting. The main event the Homecoming program will Start at 2 30 p. M. Saturday the fieldhouse Gridiron when the Anat a eleven meets Oskaloosa in an important Central Iowa conference game. The Ames reserves will play the Boone reserves at Boone at to a. In. In the evening alumni Ames High will meet for the annual banquet in great half memorial Union nearly 300 alumni Are ext cled t r this banquet. Many raises Are planning reunions. About to alumni the Clas 1926 Are expected. High school organisations have sponsored the publication 500 Homecoming souvenir programs picturing present and past Little Cyclone teams. These programs will Bee available at the game sat inlay test your knowledge can you answer seven these test questions turn to Page six for the answers. 1 which Bank the Mississippi River is the City no w Hins la.? 2. What dots t he to id cell rur in in ? which cuu Tury u Hii Zhuo i a a a it emperor 4 what is tin Aam for the j inhabitants a count it Quot 5. What is cremation 6. Which the justices Tho v s. Supreme court Are jews 7. In which state is the City Ai Newport news0 in which Book the Bible is the Story Abraham a life 9. Whar is histology Toof what political entity ii to it miscue the a i a1 f District club women close session Here three Hundred club women attended closing sessions the sixth District conference Iowa federation women a clubs at the for to methodist Church Here Friday. Of this number 167 were delegates from the six counties in the District. There were three slate j a to flyers in attendance. Ave past hat j do guests at president 50 committee women and the it tune were judge h w. Wil-32 chairmen commit tees. Mrs. Walter r. Garretson Knoxville director the sixth District presided during the two Day Mander obit f. Risley meeting. Moines National adjutant sats youth must Battle fascism Thomas Calls it a new kind dark age a your Only Hope in preventing the spread fascism in the United states lies in the conscious efforts our youth Quot Norman Thomas hading socialist said thursday loan address to Soo persons gathered in agricultural Hall Assembly Here describing fascism in Europe and the ethiopian War Thomas stated that fascism was the natural development Quot x suppressed Middle these people were educated Aud then not having any gainful employment to which to turn sought dominates thru militaristic Force. Quot should there be fascism in the United states it will be known by another suggested Thomas a but it will be fascism. The late Huey Long was the chief forerunner fascism in this country. A fascism in this country would be a regional and rot a National problem the Constitution As now interpreted by Hie supreme court would tend to Aid in such regional development Quot Thomas said. Quot i am wholeheartedly opposed to fascism in any form Quot said Thomas Quot but we must face the fact that persons in Italy and Germany were forced to it largely because the after effects the world War. The Versailles treaty which gave Italy an ally. And Germany the lost a nothing is most to blame for the present trouble in Ethiopia. Quot the italian people under the Strong patriotic Appeal the fascist government believe Usa sex Pandit n is necessary. Italy re u. V. Meeting Fri. Tane colonies from the War spoils so she is now seeking Ethi Oley Nelson Slater. A a a Opla for Here during his talk Thomas described fascism As a Quot capitalistic system depending upon Force for its main Tai Nance a an i Quot a new kind dark age a a a. And a Carload Choice apples from Washington is expected Here november i it is reported by d. D. Reynolds president the club. A these apples Are being sold in Case lots by members the club a said Reynolds. A profits from the Sale will go into a fund for helping Ames children. In the past we have sent boys to the y. M. C. A. Camp near Boone furnished transportation to and from school pc children who otherwise could not have attended and hired tutors for children so crippled As to be unable to attend in addition the club has used this fund to buy cots for the Camp fire girls Cabin North Ames for contributions to the summer playground program and in helping to buy uniforms for the school band. A limited number cases apples Are still available and they May be secured from any member the club Reynolds said. The committee in charge sales is composed h. A la Ritz de Coe c. V. Hotzinger and Claud Kendail. In seeking the cooperation Ames merchants the club states that a it promises to conduct the Sale upon a business basis charging a fair Price and definitely limiting the volume business Oley Nelson Honor guest at District d. Elected National commander the grand army the Republic was Honor guest at a District meeting daughters i Mon veterans in Oelwein Friday. Embraced in the District in Esmon Friday arc six tents Waterloo Cedar rapids Dubuque Marengo Elkader and mrs Ethel town Holmes Des Moines and mrs. Exiel Chius member the Iowa child welfare research station Iowa City who j were to have appeared thursdays program spoke instead Friday. The Koay Kisub Granger was awarded first place in the annual year Bouk coolest Friday morning by . Georg Webber be ton Tama past National com wander the g. A. R j Chan i Des Moines department com Des and mrs Illinois asks death penalty for m. Zenge four tear Rte adjustment act Hughes Given absence leave from i. S. C. R leaves i. S. -4 i payments for 1936 crop at least 35 cents Raymond Molyneaux Hughes president Iowa state College since 1927, was granted a leave it absence from his duties for an indeterminate period it was announced by the state Board Edu Washington it ukr it a the aaa 4 ,. Cation at a special meeting Here Friday announced approval by Sec Friday afternoon. agriculture Hemy a. War sment Hagho a Eryb late a four year adjustment pro ame8 the Attar per october Gram for Rye designed to Cut pro the first november. He will auction 25 percent. I Trva a in the East and South for his the plan provides that from 1936 but Illel a and mgt a Broa t l Tali to 1939 inclusive Farmers will re v a situation does not inconvenience european travel Ceve adjustment payments in re j trained As a chemist. President turn for harvesting As Grain Only 75 percent their average past acreage harvested. Adjustment payments for the 1936 crop the aaa said will be at Hast 35 cents a Bushel each producer s allotment. The allotments will be 30 percent average an Nual product Ion the first install Hughes was chosen to head Iowa state in 1927, after the late Herman Knapp had served As acting president following the resignation pres. Raymond a. Pierson Hughes served As president Miami University Oxford o., from 1913 to 1927. It is expected that president meat the 1936 payment will be Hugh a re cum i Inus 0,1 Ltd and w a a be i i y i nex apr Len Early summer. By contracts Are accepted. The Rye program corresponds closely to the wheat adjustment mechanism. Covering the same y ars it will he administered Loc-1 ally by county wheat associations i the aaa explained the program was necessary because Rye pro j auction this year is unusually Large Atter two years Drouin Export outlets have been restricted Anil prices have dropped materially. Rye production for 1935 was estimated at 52,00v, bushels com i vied with 16,000,000 last year and a 1928-32 eve year average 39.-000.000 bushels. Of 174,000 Rye far Riners listed in the 1929 census from 75,0110 to 100,000 Are expected to Sim contracts. No restriction will be placed Charlesf Friley vice president and Dean Industrial science will take Over the duties the presidents office altho he has not been named acting president. Relief drive is i million Short Job deadline but two weeks off r. M. Hughes for eight years president Iowa state College has been granted a several months leave absence from his duties at the College. President Hughes will travel in the interests his health. Heads staff Washington a a the $4, 0&Quot&Quot. Too. Too work Relief fund. With its 3.500,000 Job deadline two weeks away. Friday listed ,.1.310,000 needy As taken off the acreage planted but the contract dude will require All Rye above 75 per cont the average annual harvested acreage to be slowed under toed for Hay some other non competitive use. This procedure was evolved it was said to allow for acreage abandonment Caus d by Winter killing continued Page two take Steps to put Teeth into embargo act new York cd Federal authorities took Steps Friday to put Teeth into arms embargo orders by instituting a grand jury i Vestiga Ion the parts played by Tho Curtiss Wright air plane interests Colts firearms manufacturing company american armaments com Pany and other individuals and companies in supplying arms to belligerents in the Oran Chaco War Bolivia and Paraguay. Martin con boy. Former United states attorney in Southern new York was named special attorney general to prosecute the inquiry. Con boy filed his commission with the new York Federal District court almost at the exact moment a mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt the presidents wife read a message from him to the forum current problems she new York Herald Tribune pleading for support Iff Public opinion a neutrality pol icy. Quot i Baw pledged myself to do my part in keeping America free those entanglements that move a Al Fig the Road to the Prest Dent said the figures showed the drive had succeeded in making 184, 000 jobs in the last two weeks. The announcement revealed the new Deal must make 2,189.000 jobs in the next 14 Days if it achieves its objective ending direct Relief by november i. Work Relief officials however openly admitted the program would fall far Short having 3,500,000 persons at work november i and said that direct Relief must be continued indefinitely. Charlet e. Friley. Vice president Iowa state College and Dean the Industrial science division will handle the duties the president s office during the absence president Hughes Des Moines d pm Relief for Iowa a needy for the fiscal year ending june 30, 1935 including Federal late and county funds Cost $14,717,261, state auditor c. W. Storms reported Friday. Storms report pointed out that the figures represented Only such expenditures a were made under the supervision the Iowa Relief administration. Of the total sum expended the Federal government provided $14,-658,000 78 per cent. Storms said. State expenditures amounted to $2,931,201 16 per cent and county expenditures were $1,127,-387 6 per cent. Ideal weather is due this weekend Des Moines up a Friday and saturday will be id a i Days for outings the Federal weather Bureau assured a Bright Sun and warm weather my absence showers Are the weather Calendar according to the forecast by Federal meteorologist Claries d. Retd. Temperature which slumped but slightly following the rain wednesday evening is expected to a in the near eighties Friday and saturday. Thursday maximum temperature ice the state was 76 degrees Al Colt k. Dept r sent t who rep i ,hue.-, re Jin. W a to mrs Channing Smith in f to a the club Friday morning a session a 1# voted to business. The noon lunch Eon has served at the first Metho dial Church and the afternoon sea Sion opened at 1 30. The main speaker the Atte noon was the Rev Stoddard Lane pastor the first congregation Church Des Moines whose and dross is a do we really Man j peace a Chicago up Tho state Fri Day demanded the death penalty for Mandeville Zenge for committing the a gruesome and go a m in murder Walter j Bauer. Tile demand was made before a jury in judge Cornelius har-1 ring toss criminal court As Asni. A Distant District attorney Mal pm contracts fou Ghun completed his closing Chicago u u major Chicago a Ruments Iii the sensational in ii k ,.iris Friday said lilt it i a Tiuis i Cui i ii us to to Hijra by con Julia Wanamaker Marengo apartment president. Major dealers will abide by u. S. Producers would Benefit if italian exports Are halted in it Der trial i tie cast is the jury about ape i p. J Tift. T t tracts us the pure it i to Assoc i j111 diet i Tun As the it Vii formed i sum 4 i milk t 7< dancers a association an Trio i bounced signing it contracts a it t 3d Independent distributor. The new marketing group a formed by striking Farmers who i seceded from the pm after the Price pay c banners was reduced. The strikers agreed to accept $1,75 a Hundred pounds for milk during Seda arbitration period a re. Erig Quot a a demanded $2,5/ \ i hundredweight t u jury Clit ars it. Have a Chute a in they Are. Guilty death in the hair guilty sentence i i More up to life imprison 3. Guilty manslaughter i sentence to be fixed by court j 4. Insane at the time the crime and insane now commitment to an institution unil he its declared sane. 5. In a a a the me the Rrime g it non a a Seq to Acon a no Gallity. Washington a american producer will be in a position to capture the bulk a lucrative business the league nations in n f is successful i efforts to Cut i port markets a Mere stat lit in Lustra it to Vlf other i observers said would it duo horse ant fat vegetable Gre a a Ami Florida in the St ii. Domestic producers veil might take the major part the $31,758, 549 Market which Italy had in the country last year observers sex no awned to discussing strict applies Lim �-�.1101908 Sod i possible blockade against Italy italian cheese larges at a it tao. Its contemplate off from Here ii in in tit Coin bowed Friday reusing import b i ii ii Italy Iii cafes probably a i. The mid West res fruit to i California tobacco grower imported from that country dominated the United states Market. Americans paid $5,973,423 for that one commodity in 1934 nearest rivals were Denmark which pm Only $343, $232 $222 i b i Orth cheese a a the net y is lie Beau Talo Uii Viau to fancy i Tii a vigor m i. Eur us in the it to Mio by r tried to oust thy us to i rom Auh ,1 Al 1.1.>, the y will Start business Campaign league est t in ions Cut off top crts. Olive Oil if m number two the italian Imp it list. Furnished v $4,733,611 Market Spain was the nearest rival in both edible and in Edh e Clive co Selling $3 359.Sis train v met it due i it a i 4 a icy �9jg� a a banker shot in balk is robbed police search for two highwaymen Sioux City i Rio physicians Friday administered a blood transfusion in an Effort to save the life Francis Reynolds while state Ami county authorities searched the i sour River Bottom for a Trace to highwaymen who shot him in a he Back and robbed him $4,000. Relief that the gunmen were a no anted with Reynolds was voiced by Wood Miry county sheriff William Tice. The highwaymen he explained apparently were aware the fact hat Reynolds had secured a Large sum Momy from the Anderson Upton Bank Ida Grove for which be was acting As referee in bankruptcy it la believed thai they pc ere following the Reynolds car. To it it a Money All it in cask was tainted in a portfolio which was die Only Ariki taken from a be Reynolds car Tice pointed Cut. An additional so Quot a Bonds a not a a in. Reynold was overtaken by gun men a re the Highway near Correl to i Rife a stepped hts car to re afr a re a their warning that this is a stick up was taken by Rey-3o is is joke at first repaid then one the bandits staffed �?T.�?TOver the head the a the fired j a a shot into his Hack the Bullet a re thru his tans and lodged in bus a a St. Reynold Lay unconscious the Highway until found by att Oil Sis lion attendant situation is tense ii by. Coal held in Villell a rust. T it a. I ii Haftl us k j it Al i Trio Friday As ratio total guards men. Amt a a dvrs it by v Arnut Ruby a a Foott moved Lulu taut Coli us Bree disorders have occurred were threatened picketing w is reported in but tar Bell aft div by Ley counties icel a who county too Bra a Espeer cd to follow the reopening the n tvs i Ken Tad v Firebrick be Pittman i my a -4 Bren dosed for several Federal govt. Starts Survey Small incomes study is viewed As preliminary to tax hike Washington to re a the gov eminent began a Survey Friday it the incomes the mall wage Carnel and big business with a View to obtaining figures for possible be tax legislation. Treasury officials denied the study was preliminary to High income tax rates but in View dwindling Federal revenues and official efforts to obtain a More a equitable Quot tax system the Survey was regarded As significant in addition to obtaining information possible sources income faxes the government hoped to de veiny plans for fax revision and to obtain economic data the american income to Aid it in working out its financial policies. Simultaneously with announcement the tax study Treasury officials released fica res showing a slump in tax collections Over the past eight weeks principally because non payment taxes by various food processors. Collections for september Tell to $878,870,400 from $379,787,883 a year ago and continued their decline in the first half october. This is the first time since december. 1932. That tax revenues have failed to exceed those the Cor responding period the previous year. A drop in processing tax Collet Mons to $12,670,294 from $40,292,075 in september. 1934. Largely Ware Soo s ble to la tat. A Uhoch but yet age tax collections Oso to $41. 003.200 from $31,997,607 and income taxes to $231,491,424 from $172, 359.857. Collections other taxes fell to $93,705,493 from $135,088,345 but this drop was accounted for by the fact that heavy capital Stock taxes were collected later this year and hence distorted the september a september comparison. The income tax study will be carried with a $1,200,000 works re Lief appropriation. The Treasury Hopes eventually to have 1.200 a White Collar workers this program in new York Chicago Philadelphia Boston and Cleveland. A j ready 450 have been hired for Tho headquarter at Baltimore. Among the announced Aims the study Are 1. Detailed analysis a1 s,-��?��?�ta."oo 1934 income tax return i including those under $5,000 to determine source income. 2. Breakdown collections by j cities and counties 25.000 population Over to determine distribution incomes. 3. Compilation returns anti partnerships and fiduciaries for j the year 1931 to 1134 for the first Lime. 4. Ai my Sis returns tag j corporations Over past nine years to gauge shift in corporate earnings and their depreciation policies which have a Large bearing their income tax liabilities. Engineering group honors f. A. Fish f. A. Fish the electrical engineering department at Iowa state College Bas been awarded a life membership in the american dilute electrical engineers basis the award is 35 year membership from a Quot a to 1935. Greece a hands aunt Lindy says continued rags far month b Airt this i truly the hour. Ltd with us All stuff and Only one major a lot the is Tbs it a j it

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