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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 18, 1935, Ames, Iowa Pip age two i Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa Friday october 18, 1935. Quot buy better in Ames local news i legion Heads launch Bonus drive sunday Washington to a the american legion High command moved toward Ashland Friday for the launching sunday of its drive for enactment of a Cash Bonus Bill a at the next session of Congress. Legion officials Bere passed the word around that a a something important will be done at the meeting ostensibly a routine affair to. Leges participated in the tour and inaugurate a Kentucky state Mem j conferred with t. V. A. Officials Barship Campaign. Concerning derivation and uses of r. K. Bliss Extension director at Iowa state College has returned from a five Day inspection tour of the Tennessee Valley authority. He visited at the Wilson dam at muscle Shoals ala., the Morris dam at Tennessee and at various phosphate production units. Representatives from 12 land Grant Cor the roster of speakers and guests provides the a tip off that the Bonus move will be opened formally in a least two a a keynote addresses. These will be by the legion s National commander Frank Murphy and rep. Fred Vinson Democrat fertilizers and Power. Hugh Hull Harold Wulke and prof. R. W. Beckman have gone to Philadelphia pa., where they a attending the engineering College association convention which opened monday. Professor Beckman out our Way by William a go Ali dad Laush at \ pm x60t a pace7 a ova the Punk in j me7/ we Mazda i care \ am besides it s j up \ t Souc lau6m at me Mew but wait Tiu i Ost this pus Julu my me. I la Nave the rom of car vim a Pace out Puk my but eve Erv time i try to carve paces in Ftp Wjk is i Cut . Wmk should i lug a of it. Am1 my maw Vii la up Malm Momey jes pm a part soum of <5000 to me a Var maw sure makes Good pies too. Well be drop Pim a round just about Baril time. A my say in that pompom <3ets Almda Meavy Welles toss it Back Tkv sponsor of a $2,20-0,000 Cash a a Nice Pregl Dert of the Engineer conus proposal. Legion officials Arentt saying much but it is apparent they believe they will have an important in the american federation of labor when they Start talking Bonus to congressmen in january. Ing College Magazine association the Mer have gone As delegates from the engineering division in Iowa state College. Or. And mrs. Roger Alley have returned from an interesting to Day motor trip thru the Smoky f % fre Mountain Region in Kentucky and Annabel Lewis uses in Tennessee and North Carolina at Iowa University or. And mrs. Lester Alcott mrs. I. I to a or a a Cott a0fl 8010 Warren mrs. Hospital i nurse May j Beatrice Blaney and daughter co Annabel Lewis 16, Ames died Jeen and an j mrs. Henry scan thursday morning in the Bis Pital i Jan motored to Des Moines Friday is the University of Iowa Iowa morning where they attended fun City it was learn d Friday. Missera services held for a relative Lewis had been ill about five Days Andrew Franklin who was killed to id underwent an operation wed tuesday in the Railroad Yards in a amp Day. Des Moines. Or. Franklin who had miss Lewis is survived by Ber been employed there As a yardman either James Lewis and a brother for general years was Thot to have says something should be left to imagination Chicago air a several Hundred members of the a league of modesty held their first meeting thursday night from which was issued a warning against a the philosophy of new paganism and its sequel immodesty in dress. Principal speakers were the Rev Walter Croarkin Catholic priest and the lev. Celestine Strub organizer of the group. After citing extremes in immodest dress perceptible on beaches in the movies the stage and in the Rist of nudist colonies. Father Croarkin said a in All Art there must be restraint and so too in the Art of dressing women should remember that something should be left to the Money prices London ukr a the Pound was $4.92 Friday. Gold was 141 shillings 3% Pence an ounce and the Dollar Price was $34.75 3-4. Gold sales were �432,000 $2,125,440. French francs were 74 11-16 to the Pound. Program for 1936 would cause the return of the disastrous a hog Cycle which has impoverished thousands of growlers. He urged his audience to vote a a yes in the oct. 26 referendum on the question a do you favor a Corning adjustment program a in spite of the fact that abandonment would not cause an immediate Price collapse. Thorne said the effect of uncontrolled production would not be Felt until late in 1936. To it to we Are not a oils a to have any sales on Tulip bulbs. Just As soon As we think you have what you want we Are going to Plant the balance. Everts t. M. Rio. A s. Pat. Off. Cleo and two Sisters Fern Lewis re mrs. L Onard Berry All of Ames. Funeral services will be held at 9 a in. Saturday from St. Cecilia s Catholic Church with the Rev. F. ?. Tiu Leahy in charge. Burial will be in the Catholic cemetery. Barney Johnson Dies Early Fri. \ e v a d a a Charles Barney .1 Jihnson 26. A resident of Nevada a1�?T hic life Dii a at 7 a. M. Friday in the Nevada sanitarium. Death was due to pneumonia. Surviving or. Johnson Are his met death when struck by a freight train. Among those from Ames who Ai j tended sessions of the Iowa re i Belah Aud i. 0. O. F. Assemblies w hich closed thursday at mar i shall town were mrs. Floyd Nelson j mrs. John Lanning. Mrs. Darnell mrs. Marie Craven George Stayner or. And mrs. Charles Lyman mrs. Ada Mcgriff mrs. Jennie Velman. Mrs. Frank Dukore mrs. Rose Thompson mrs. Alice freed miss Ethel Mcgriff mrs. Thelma Morrison mrs Mabel Peabody mrs. A d. Johnson Earl Quade and Bert Haveman. Nancy Ann Neff five year old Areola. Or. And in. Johnson and , of or r h brother Donald All of Nevada Aud a sister mrs. Leonard Van s by. Ames. Funeral services will be held sunday afternoon from the Church of Chrlot in Nevada. Burial will Nern in Nevada cemetery at the hospitals Mary Greeley admitted a Nancy Ann Neff Jack Alfred. College admitted a Margaret Dunlop Annabel Ingles. Dismissed a Richard Cosgrove. Albert Wilkin. Walter a. Smith Nellie Bennett Robert Jeffrey Ralph Banos Helen Beard Jean Hies Beryl Clements Carol Challman Leroy cation Nellie Strummer Helen Wilkinson. Rummage Sale saturday a. M. At the location formerly occupied by the Betty shop but division no. I of the methodist Church 709 Duff Avenue underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday noon at the Mary Greeley Hospital. Jack Alfred 13 year old son of or. And mrs. Charles Alfred near Ames is seriously ill at the Mary Greeley Hospital with pneumonia. Miss Dorothy Mclain oldest daughter of mrs. Clark Mclain of Pasadena. Cal. And sister of Frank Mclain of Nevada add Well known in Ames will become the Bride of Barnard Preyer son of or. And mrs. Herman Gerald Preyer of Alkmaar Holland saturday oct. 19 according 11 announcements received Here. The ceremony will take place at High noon. The couple will make their Home in Java Nederland . The condition of mrs. Bert White Wilson Avenue who bos been a Patent at the St. Olaf Hospital in Austin minn., the past two weeks stiff ring rom injuries sustained in i fail is reported to be improved. Mrs. White is Able to sit u part of it Reb Day and was removed thursday from the Hospital to the Les ter Whiteman Home where she was visiting at the time of the Accident. She sustained a fractured hip and Arm and numerous bruises. Move started to oust Lewis from federation Board Atlantic City n. J. Ukr a a move to oust John l. Lewis from the executive Council of the american federation of labor in retaliation for Bis attack on the federation leadership was started Friday by key men of the old line Craft unions. As the federation pushed toward adjournment of its convention Friday night or saturday the support was lined up behind Felix in Lent of the Carmens Union Kansas City As a candidate to oppose Lewis reelection. The federation was ready Friday to reject a proposal that organized labor form its own political party. Bandits take $2,500 from Wisconsin Bank Sun Prairie wig. Lie a two bandits dressed in overalls robbed the Bank of Sun Prairie of an estimated $2,500 Friday and escaped toward Columbus. Four employees including cashier a. A. We Iaru and one customer were la the Bank at the time the bandits entered. Melnard told the bandits that a time lock on the vault prevented it from being opened. The bandits emptied Cash drawers and then fled. A a Salesman r i. A dig mite a to. 1. Tai. Blk be j it it in amp be of a a. licenses Iowa Dally Prest Phett Mike Mercullo 29, above charged with perjury in connection with the last liquor seals Case gave his occupation As a a Salesman when he was brought Back to Iowa to face trial. Mercullo a Des Moines resident is in the Folk county jail in default of a $5,000 Bond. Ills testimony before the Polk county grand jury resulted in the indictment of Bernard Manley chairman of Tho state liquor commission. Mercuric failed to appear it the Manley trial however and the Case ended with a directed verdict for be defendant. Mercurio who has a Long record was indicted for per trustees take Over Railroad company Chicago or a three trustees one of them Henry a. Scandrett president Friday took charge of the Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific Railroad company pending reorganization under Section 778 of the amended bankruptcy Law. Altho recommended by a majority of creditors scant Rettus appointment was opposed by a minority group of bondholders. Fined for fast driving Alvin Escherich Ames was flu de $5 in Ames municipal court on thursday following his plea of guilty to charges of fast driving. Dollar opening Paris Fri the american Dollar opened at 15.17 francs Friday 6.591 cents a franc. The British Pound opened at 74.67 francs. Nevada a licenses to wed i Jur it several Days ago for the Story he told the grand jury involving Manley in the Sale of 20,-000 liquor seals. Have been issued by the clerk of the District court Here to the following couples William Leininger 21. Gilbert and la homa irked. 20. Ames Doyle Huff 22, Nevada and Jessie Dunahoo 19, Nevada. Produce Prima Donna horizontal i american a rims Donna la outside. 15 pertaining to Areola. 16 unit. 17 form of is Type Standard 19 either. 21 within. 22 Fence rails. 24 Flat plate. 26 to rant. A i a float. 29 Era. Is Golf teacher answer to previous Puzzle i l Lii n g id 0 52 Century t abbr. 33 to accomplish. 53 roasting . 2 rheumatic pain 3 preposition. 4 Sweet potatoes 45 insects. 20 Chest Bone. 23 Hail 25 to Dine. 26 she has worked on the 28 she is a a a diva. So thin. 31 pedal digits. 34 Castle ditch. 36 ego. 38 spiritualist meeting. 39 mongrels. 41 Blanket. 43 to crawl. 44 As if. Chicago Fri produce eggs Market firm receipts 3,606 cases extra firsts 17%i cur i it receipts 27 dirtiest 24%. Butter Market firm receipts 9,313 tubs specials 28% extra s 27% Citra firsts 27 firsts 26 seconds 24% standards 27%, poultry Market steady receipts 28 trucks fowls 19% springers 20 leghorn 14 ducks 19 be so 15 turkeys 20 rooster 15. Cheese twins. 15%@15% longhorns. 15% �16. J potatoes on track 481 a i rivals 90 shipments 799 Market j steady. Leaves for Home in most Southern town of the world spirit Lake or a for the sixth time in 37 years mrs. J. G Felton will leave Here soon for her Home in port Stanley Falkland islands a British Crown Colony 3u0 off the Southern coast of South America. Her destination is said to b the farthest South of any town in the world. Mrs. Felton who has been visiting relatives and friends in Iowa will leave before the severe Winter weather interrupts shipping. From a land where talking pictures Are unheard of. She has enjoyed Iowa immensely she said France will Aid great Britain continued from Page one inanely controlled by league members of which Italy is to be deprived. Products already on the list were manganese Ore chromium tin Iron Ferrol manganese amal gum Tungsten moly Den Radium aluminium and Nickel. Says u. S. Has gone As far As possible Washington up a state department officials Friday get w impatient with repeated reports from european capitals that league Powers have approached or Are expected shortly to approach this government concerning its attitude toward applying a general embargo against Italy. Officials Here have stated repeatedly that this government has no Legal authority for application o such an embargo. They have intimated that this position has been communicated clearly and Unrau tak ably to the leading Powers. This government has gone about As far As it can go. Legally and constitutionally to cooperate with the league under president Roosevelt a admonition of nearly to i weeks ago to All american citizen s warning them that Ary Trade attempted with either Italy or Ethiopia must be conducted at the traders own risk. New York stocks close today new York Fri following Are Friday s closing bids on the new York Stock Exchange american can.142 american locomotive 16% american t. And t.140% anaconda.21% Atchison t. Amp s. F.47% Bethlehem steel.37% c. Amp n. W. Com.2% Chrysler a .80% Corn a ducts .61% Dupont. ,.134 general electric. .33% general motors .4s% Montgomery Ward. .,32 new York Central .21% Pennsylvania r. R.26% Sears Roebuck .57 Standard Oil of n. J. .4 5 Studebaker. ,.5% u. S. Rubber.13% u. S. Steel. 44% Standard Oil of ind .,25% cities service. .1% a. Zan prys titty so Jarll of if Fisk in wan action Grama Romance . Inc and Alc George o Brien in Lmh Chiv Thunder Mountain done to miss the thrilling finish to this amazing serial episode 2_ also a Merrie old soul Vita. Act. Dim it in a a uan it today and sat. I Tokle. La my Kie. Hankie Here comes cuckoo you la Roll in the aisles when Yon see Chicago let a a Grain Range open High Low close wheat july 92 i 92% 91 91% May 102% 100% 101% dec. 102% 103% 101% 102% Corn july 59% 60% 59% 60 May 59 59% is 2 59% i de e. 59% 60 58% 59% Oats july 29% 29% 28% 28% Way 29% 29% 28% 29 dec. 27% 27% 27% 27% Rye july. 53 May 53% 5312 52% 52% dec. 51 51% 50% 51% Barley dec. 48% Wallace Koehs four year Rye adjustment continued from Page one which varies widely from year to year. The aaa also outlined a propos j de potato program for the 1935 crop which would increase growers income. It included diversion of not More than to percent of the crop into Industrial uses and a Market j lug agreement covering Colorado Idaho Nebraska and Wyoming. Kra St Truex in a Only the braves a King Looney Xiv cartoon latest metro news flashes Friday. Read the wants spare railway aaa Campaign for league i endorsement starts Shenandoah Fri the aaa opened its Campaign for Farmer endorsement of its Corn hog stabilization program Friday with a declaration that rejection would result eventually in ruinous by Low hog prices g. B. Thorn director of the division of livestock and feed grains in dressing a gathering of Iowa dirt Farmers Here said Lack of a sun3 a tile last Days of Pompeii with Mon. Preston Foster and Dorothy Wilson 34 myself. 55 Mountain. Is Bone. 57 rebounds. 5 senior. 47 refusal to 37 chaos. 59 stopper. 6 Southeast. Prosecute. 38 to Fly Ai she won her 7 grief. 49 lock part 40 Dregs. Fame As an 8 Dye. 50 hardens. 42 so Star. 9 Sun god. 52 payment 44 in a it far a. 62 she is making to stepped. 53 Inlet. 46 popular cant. Her debut on la hawaiian Bird. 54 Bird. 48 rodent the a. 12 animal. 56 writing tool. 49 scalds. Vertical 13 x. 58 either. By away. I Gazelle. 18 before. 60 pair. Selassie on round of duty Addis Ababa or a usually reliable Tho unofficial sources reported Friday that Italy and Ethiopia were negotiating an agreement by which the Addis Ababa Djibouti railway might be spared from bombing by air planes and that th4 negotiations were Likely to succeed. The negotiations it was raid were based on the condition tha. Ethiopia would agree to cease transporting munitions in the Road. At first Ethiopia rejected this condition it was said but later seemed inclined to agree. Italian gum a a pounded at the horde emperor Hail Selassie in of Iii Mode prison at Addis Ababa built to scotch charges of us it or i . Fling minister Foh we amp inc Selassie orders out 100,000 troops London Fri emperor Hail Selassie Friday order i too co ethiopian troops to mass in the racially of Hula and Advance upon italian Somaliland an Exchange Telegram dispatch from Addis Aba a Aid Friday. The Exchange Telegram report said that so casualties occurred when italian air planes attacked Mckaie with bombs Ami machine guns. Confers with Duce Friday Rome up a sit Erie Drummond British ambassador had a Long and important conference Friday with in rentier Mussolini. It a. Announced that an in portent joint Meataxe would be i Quot Quot to it a Turki a morning a dispatch said. Here a a bargain any 15c tin tobacco free with 50c pipe Phebus Cigar store 222 main phone 1878 its smart to smoke a Briar save on your Magazine subscriptions let us i oui by ii la feat grip tons for Tom favorit Lun Gatinet into a dub. A special Low rate no risk. No trouble phone 96 Reynolds so Iversen

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