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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 29, 1935, Ames, Iowa 4 i 4 i x to buy sell Exchange or Rem 4 4 % 4 4 4 use classified ads Telephone 240a Ames daily Tribune and times Universal in the Ames territory weather forecast Weathi re fair tuesday and warmer Coder wednesday. Temperatures a Mon 3 30 p. Rn., 65 6 a in 39 2 p in 71. Precipitation none. Vol. 69 no. 102 official Ames and Story county paper Ames Iowa tuesday october 29, 1935. United press wire service three cent italians ordered on War rations jubilant Over Corn hog vote republicans question political value Des Moines Oie a Iowa democrats tuesday were jubilant republicans undecided As to the implication of the vote cast by Farmers of the state in overwhelming support of the administration s Corn hog program. Democratic leaders accepted the vote of approximately 157,000 for continuation of the program to 25.-000 votes in opposition As an unqualified endorsement of the new Deal and a forecast of a democratic Victory in Iowa in 193ft. Republicans were less Quick to place political interpretation on the vote. They found reasons to question methods by which the poll was taken mid believe that Many who voted for continuation of the aaa will not vote for democratic candidates in 1936. Nail in coffin Quot the vote a declared e. La. Bur Ming am state democratic chairman a is another Nail in the coffin that holds Tho still struggling remains of the old crowd headed i Iowa by Harrison Spangler senator Lester Dickinson and their ilk a a coffin which will be permanently closed in 1936.�?� Dickinson foe of the new dead and bitter critic of the agricultural program declined to comment. Spangler reached in Chicago said he had not completed a study of the referendum results and cannot yet interpret the results in the Light of the forthcoming election Carroll cot alarmed 3. Jcarroll a Mer Republican governor of the state found Little cause for Republican alarm in Tho poll. A i done to believe the vote Cari saturday can be honestly interpreted As an endorsement of the demo Erat in administration. There Are Many things bout the vote that make the results questionable. Nationally approximately 000, too votes were polled from among 7,-000.000 Farmers a Carroll said. At the state democratic Headquarters Here it was declared that a the vote can have but one interpretation. It is convincing proof of agricultural satisfaction with the program which has done much to bring the Prosperity we Are now enjoying. T is the Farmers answer to the to cent Corn and the $3 hog of three years it was pointed out that approximately 1.90, votes were cast As compared to a Federal census show ing 221,000 Farmers in the state on Jan. I of this year. Harz Mountain floods threaten Berlin t r a villages in the j Foothills of Tim Harz mountains i a it re threatened with floods tues j Day after weeks of incessant Rains and was evacuated j floods were reported in the Bavar a Tan mountains. A. Rivulets in he Harz mountains Art a have been turn d into torrents i another by the Rains overflowing at Many before starting her honeymoon. A a i v. A a. A Ltd mrs. Frederick Hayes Warren 2nd, the daughter of Marvin Mcintyre. Secretary to president j Roosevelt is pictured As she presided Over the cutting of her i wedding cake at the reception following her marriage in Washington d. C. Expected to wed Roosevelt guard j places and disrupting highways and j railroads. Wedding of a White House attache is believed imminent a Washington society awaits French francs Pound. Were 715-v to the a t the marriage of mrs. Ida Bourne White above of Louisville. Ky., a if i col. E. W. Starling head of Money prices j he White House secret service London t a the Pound was i men. Tho Starling also is a 14.913 4 tuesday. Gold was 141 kentuckian he and mrs. White shillings 4% Pence an ounce and j met at the capital. The Dollar Price was 134.76. Gold a a a ales were �190,000 $334,325. Oley Nelson to it fit i amp m my in in be honoured wed. Slater Oley Nelson of slate National commander of the grand army of the Republic will be honoured at reception to be i to by All patriotic orders Allied to the a. A. Re a wednesday from 2 until 5 p. In. In the Des Moines i. O. O. F. Temple. Gov. Clyde l. Herring and Nelson will be principal speakers at the meeting National and state presidents Rad other officers of the w. It. C. And g. A r. Also will be present. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page six for the answers. I. In Law what is the name for m judgement whereby an Issue is determined against the plaintiff i. In what language was the original Magna Carta s. What is the latin the god of love a w Here do the hopi Indian live studio name fur London urn i St toyed a la rite Burns fire tuesday Cie Lection of the Twickenham motion picture Al 5 Dion. Three Hundred extras we who was the author of a poor j thrown it of work a new $2.000,-1 Richards almanac a toot studio nearby was saved. Loss i 6. What and where is the Nora was estimated at $500,000, 7. La the a Washington Elm at j Cambridge mass., still standing i what is the meaning of run few ? 9, what is the horizon in were the sever Popes named Jay Raia edit of Roh Ether Dollar opening Paris or a the american Dollar opened at 15.17 14 francs fun Cost 6.590 cents a franc the British Pound opened it 74.6 i Fra Capres. Gage to talk at honors program Thor. Coe College head is speaker at Iowa state or. Harry m. Gage president of Coe College Cedar rapids will deliver the address at the fall honors convocation of Iowa state College in great Hail of memorial Union at la a. In. Thursday. Charlese Fri Ley vice president of the College will preside at the convocation and will present the prizes to the outstanding student-1. The Rev. Nelson p. Horn director of religious life at the College will give the invocation. Freshman prizes will be awarded to students who have returned this fall As sophomores and who As freshmen made the highest records in their respective divisions. Prizes will be Given persons having the highest record in each of the five divisions of the College. Chemistry Honor the i my Epsilon prize will be awarded to the student completing calculus last year and having the highest general scholarship aver age and highest grades in fresh men and Sophomore mathematics. The Phi Lambda Upsilon prize will be awarded to the male student having the highest average in three quarters of freshman chemistry. The women a Quot in fraternity award will be Given to the women who As a freshman was engaged in women a athletics and had the highest scholarship average. The varsity a a in award will be Given to the Sophomore who As a freshman made the highest Scholastic recon while engaged in freshman athletics. The Phi Kappa Phi prize will be awarded to the student returning this year As a Junior and who made the highest Sophomore record in College. The student who made the highest record in electrical engineering As a freshman and Sophomore will receive a prize from Eta Kappa no. The George Gund animal husbandry scholarship will be awarded to the senior who As a Junior in animal husbandry made the Best record in scholarship character and initiative. The Sigma i Pribe will be presented to the senior who last year made the ugliest Junior record in the College. The associated women students prizes will be awarded by the dormitory having the highest Scholastic average for the pah year. Scouts will give sketch of play Over radio wed. A sketch from a after a boy scout comedy to he presented in the High school Amli to nun at 8 p. Rn., Friday will be Given at 4 15 p. In. Wednesday Over to Robert Lavelle end Bradley Wells members of boy scout troop no. 145. Which is presenting the play will give the Short sketch Over the radio a after dark is being presented by troop no. 145 of the Church of Christ for the purpose of raining funds for needed proper camping equipment and toward a sintering the troop too per cent at Camp Mitis a next summer Purchase of ticket for slits play will Aid materially in increasing the efficiency of this troop and will help All scours to secure More benefits from scouting troop loaners reported tuesday. Many of the scouts Active in the play have spent More than 50 hours each in preparation for this new venture. The cast includes Donald Lewis Kenneth Myers. Robert Defore Robert Lavelle Bradley Wells Howard Zimmerman James Niche Harold Webb. Eugene o Neil. A i French Lynn Mahannah and Richard Taylor. J in Vanderlinden a the Stag. Manager and John Fuller tile electrician. Robert Defore is directing th4 play a it mrs Fern gaunt director of High school dramatics acting in an advisory capacity. Arthue Eschbach is the scoutmaster t the t Roop. Peace emphasis Washington d it a president Roosevelt tuesday issued a Procla ration declaring Nev. Ii As armistice Day and calling on toe people in of or a Nih Panro plate Cere monies Menli Wiflint americans desire tor Elk Ace Ames artist is to do Federal building murals Washington d. C. A Lowell Houser 918 Wilson Avenue Amel one of the 142 artists who competed for he Job of painting seven murals in the Post office department building in Washington will exhibit Bis prize sketch in the National exhibition at the Corcoran gallery of Fine arts opening thib week. Houser while not one of the seven winners who will do the Post office building Mials has been recommended for work in other Federal buildings. The contest to do the Post office building Art was exceedingly keen an official of the arts Section of the Treasury department said with 315 sketches from Well known artists in 27 states. While no definite Job has been picked for Houser it is probable that Art officials May offer him the task of painting murals in one of the new pos offices to be erected in Iowa. Houser is Nowr in charge of instruction at the Art students work shop in Des Moines. Dismiss schools Friday teachers will attend annual meeting pupils of Ames schools will enjoy a two Day vacation thursday and Friday As the entire Ames schools teaching staff goes to Des Moines to attend the eighty first annual Iowa state teachers association convention thursday Friday and saturday. A number of Ames and Iowa state College teacher will take part in the program of this annual convention. Which is expected to attract about 10,000 Iowa teachers. Numerous teachers organizations will meet in connection with the general association convention. Verne m. Young principal of Ames High school is Secretary of the Central division officers group which meets at 9 a. In. Friday in shrine Temple. Several Iowa state faculty members hold positions in the various groups or will appear on the program As follows t. E. Sexauer associate professor of vocational education is Secretary of the adult education group which meets at 2 p. In. Thursday in the Savory hotel. Miss Frances a. Sims director of personnel for women is Secretary of the Deans of women group which meets at 12 30 p. Rn., thursday in the Chamberlain hotel. Miss Mabel Fisher associate professor of applied arts will preside at the meeting Friday of the Art group in the Younker store miss Joanne Hansen head and professor of applied arts will give a talk on �?o1 it applied at 2 p. M. Prof. W. L. Hunter head of Industrial arts will display an exhibit of photos and films pertinent to the Iowa Industrial arts program at the Industrial Art group exhibit at 6 p. In. Thursday in the Severy hotel. Prof Blair converge head of the technical journalism department will to one of the discussion leaders at the meeting of the Iowa association of teachers of journalism at a noon luncheon at the Kirkwood hotel thursday. A where i biology taking us a a 3 minute resume of the most outstanding work being continued in Page Hight ii arrested for taking interest onto 1,040 pct. Repeal diverts thugs from Bootleg Field new York authorities and officers of the Russell Sage foundation said tuesday that arrest and arraignment of 27 men had a Alt a severe blow to the usury Racket faking $10,000,000 from Small wage earners annually. The Pils Eners accused of usuary at interest rates ranging up to 1,040 percent were ordered before supreme court Justice Philip j. Mccook less than 24 hours Arter their capture in a set Lea of raids 1,000 witnesses special prosecutor themas e. Dewey appointed three months ago i to direct a two year $500,000 War on rackets said he had More than Hodo witness s ready to appear against his prisoners. Some 300 of j the victims a few with Black eyes mad patches of adhesive tape telling mutely of the Strong Arm collection methods of the a a shylock a swarmed Dewey a offices while hit a att i Brot in the accused men. The raids were begun secretly monday after weeks of preparation. Dewey divulged names of Only a few of his prisoners and allowed none to see lawyers or make a a elements for bail. Most of the continued on Page two stage is set for halloween fun fest thursday a gala event for Ames boys and girls under 14 years of age will be the halloween Parade to be staged in main Street starting at 7 30 p. In. Thursday. This Parade and contest for the selection of prize winning in tries ii. The costume and lantern judging is be no sponsored by the Ames Junior chamber of Commerce. The Parade will form at the Corner of main Street and Clark Avenue promptly at 7 30 p. In. Led by a 30 piece Bugle corps from Low a state College the boys and girls arrayed in a variety of halloween costumes and carrying All kinds and Biz a of lanterns will Parade Down main Street to the music Pavilion in the City Park. Here the judges will View the entries and select the winners of the boys and girls costume events those having the largest and the smallest lanterns and numerous other events. One of the main prizes consists of an air plane ride to be furnished by Marion wealth to the boy or girl and one of his or her parents who wins Otho i prizes include a week s free pass to the ame then ters furnished by to Gerbrach a free sunday dinner to include one Parent at the Sheldon Muon hotel furnished by fre i Springsing Aud a Complete hair Cut or grooming to be furnished by the Briley Mccurdy Barber shop. Numerous other prize will a secured and awarded to boys and girls placing High in the Competition the committee in charge of the program is composed of Wayne cuppa chairman Dale Pollock Ray Yan meter Art Johnson Dan my lend and Francis Huntley comedy of adolescence will be Given by Ames i dramatic club a growing pains a a comedy it of adolescence in three acts by aurania Rouverol will be presented by the Ames High school dramatic club Friday evening nov. 8, in the Public schools fieldhouse. Tickets for the production went on Sale this week and May be reserved at the Judisch drug Story beginning monday. The Story tells the dilemma of the Mcintyre who see their Bov and girl tossed in the cataracts of adolescence and can help Little further than give directions for Tho turbulent course from a distance advices which egocentric youth always rejects. The two children George and Terry go thru their throes in company with the neigh by Hood youngsters. Many things happen to All of them but the end is Bright and promising. The play bobs along smilingly a has a i of sly been written with a Parent s first hand knowledge for the edification of other Long suffering Par ent. It is a comedy for those who find the awkward age farcical and tragic by turns. The production has apparently Ben written with compassionate Raedy. For the Small tragedies and excited Joys of adolescents and has life authentic enough to take hold of you. The dramatic club cast for the play includes Richard Miller Dorothy Root Anne Marie Taft David j say of. Betty Ames Ruth Codlin j Barbara Hostetter. Herman Arni. Smith Roger Fritch Richard j germ s. Roger killing Stan clo j Bridge Gertrude Mann Josephine Mac Rte. Louis Morrison. Winn Fred Cannon Boynton Knapp. Dorothy Siberell. Ora Clark. Thomas Crocker Howard flick of. Wanda Moorman. Buy Quaife. Roger Ray and Adelaide Richardson. The play is being coached by mrs. Fee gaunt director of dramatics in the school who has Mary Fine local presentations to her credit. Social service drive started Rupe urges upholding of High Standard a games is the Type of City that i must uphold a High i with this Challenge by w. S. Rupe. Publisher of the Tribune. 5 workers in the Ames social service drive concluded their act Nual dinner meeting Munday night in the Church of Christ and Sta ted i tuesday in the drive for $6.ooi to Cany in the work of the league in 11936. \ pointing Cut that there Are four a dim is ions a Relief work. Or j Rupe principal speaker on the Din j n r program emphasized the fact that three of these dimensions must be handled Here. A the first dimension the emergency Relief furnished by Federal or county funds while necessary does cot or Ike at the heart of the Reha Bill to t Ion problems of cur needy people a said Rupe. The second cinnamon is the social service and its matter of fact work in giving Aid to the needy. The third and fourth dimensions which should be an important part of our wait is also the local problem. Stated Rupe. A your task in the third dimension is to urge those people who have been unfortunate to carry on to resolve to keep going until a Way out of the present difficulty is found a said Rupe a the greatest tragedy of depression poverty in the Perron who gives up. Loses those qualities of citizenship which he has strive tor years to attain and. In some cases resorts to unlawful nears to secure necessities of the fourth i Imen Ion of the so Elal service work is to put into practice the Bach Fng a help thy neighbor for it is by being neighbourly that we s All build a better City a said Rupe. A when our neighbor is in need we should do All in our Power to Aid him. Not Only financially but spiritually As Well a mrs k r. Grove president of the Ames social service learn. Was toastmaster at the dinner ant Spok briefly of the importance of continued on fag two noted Owca worker to be Here on wed. A your world today will to discus de by miss Charlotte t. Niven. For the past 15 years general Secretary of the world Council of the y. W. C. A., at 4 p. In. Wednesday in. The we lounge of alumni bal. The Iowa state College y. A which is sponsoring miss Nivens visit Here invites the general Public to attend the meeting. A dinner in miss Niven a Honor will be held at 5 45 p. In. Wed Nee Day in room 206 of memorial Union. Miss Niven is profs in scan new connection with the National y. Vav. C. A. Boart staff in new York with an extensive lecture tour of Tho country. She is considered one of the Best informed persons on foreign affairs in this country. Miss Niven lived in Italy for to years before the world War and for seven of those Vas general Secretary of the y. Vav. C. A in Florence. She has worked in nearly every european country and has travelled in Japan Ghina India and South America. Miss Niven is an aunt of Thornton Wilder not i novelist who in lecture at Iowa state feb 27. Injuries of machine age draw attention of american surgeons san for a no Suo to r a broken Bones and High blood pressure medical science a every Day enemies in this age of Speed and machines tuesday Drew the attention of More than 3,000 surgeons and Hospital authorities attending the Twenty fifth annual clinical Congress of the american foliage of surgeon. Elimination of the searing pain which ouse Adieu did setting a broken Bone the last to. Efu it of electricity Israfil and a Dine. At a proposals for cafe of lha thousands of men we tub and children injured annually along the nation s air routes Ami highways All were up for discussion. Or. Max pert. Of the University of Michigan predicted that High blood pressure soon night be conquered completely by mean of a relatively simple operation. His discover. Outlined up paper t o he p re St a it v u. 11 a y j night lice Quot d by Pat tent xxx a Twefi from High bleed prs kure might be relieved by severing sympathetic nerves in the Chest and Abdomen explained non professionally the operation permits Muscles of the blood vessel Walls to relax and expand. Untreated the nerve which penetrate the Walls of the circulatory astern often tend to help the Muscles taut increasing the heart s labor it pumping blood thru the system. The operation Al i intend d to reduce heart Strain to it it approx i brately so per cent thus r re Ruih a the to san to function fro sic is Many years. Stat ties in a that 10 of each Imo per sons past 45 years of a suffer from huh blood pre Aure. Or. E. Dunbar Newell Chattanooga tent rail Road surgeon Basing his conclusions on hts experience in treating 5.910 bon1 fractures in 15 roars urged general a a Prev Ine a of to 1 i Heeria hts Roft or a a compute conduit uen Fig two jurors for the Ames municipal court for the november term were named tuesday by l. H Thomas court Cie k those subject to Call Are j b. Stokka f. Vav a Richter f. Ii Anthony George h. Graham. C. 0. Adams Russell Thompson r. Mccormick. Mrs. Verna Ruche. Mrs. T. R Perry Vav. Vav Bradley Vav Ayne Reynolds. H. A Bride. Everett Bourne Herman f. Cole c. V Mcgriff Frank Morgan a r. Roseto in. G ii. Moody vhf kid Wadi Sam Mangum. Ii. Ii. Now in Martin cd ban i son. Blanche h bract k. \ la Ait la Byram g to do Witt a f. Nickels. Alex Henderson i a adore Schuetter. Id. Is Atkinson Francis Heutler. In Bill Koos r. Arnold Al Siam lira. I. L. Clement mrs. Earl i Heaney Bernice Woodrow k it a Rove or Jane Briggs mrs. J. Ste Stone g l. Wallace h c. Yeoman. Charles i Woods a a Benedict George to Nelson. Alice Ris a if by Elal Elliott h Al wirhol. Quot a Cherie Dragoon r l 8cbtu�rmnc Ethel Meeker p. T. A. Is urging safety action Central group studies bicycle problem the Central Parent teacher As notation at it regular meeting monday night went on record As favouring fume inure Diate action regarding the safety of Ames school children with particular emphasis it the repeal of the Law which Proll bits Riding bicycles on the Side n Alks. This is a part of the safely Campaign being up sered by the b t. A. Organisation in the City. A Large number of Central p i a. Members partic Jarry men. Heard Tiro interesting talks on safety which were featured at the meeting. Prof e s Baird of the engineering Extension department at Lowa stat col lug in his safety talk i cussed methods of averting the rapidly increasing number or Accident. Railroads and industries have by come Safe but the reckless automobile Driver is becoming Mot and More a in Nave. He said. The appalling numb of Home accidents i due largely to carelessness. What we need Quot said or Baird is United Effort in teaching safety ibis Tan be carried out by the three e s. That i engine ring Eft cation and enforcement. Engineer lug has already Don us share. Edu cation includes three stages infer Marii a appreciation and doing the Only Safe individual to in the third stage when lie does things because they Are \ Toffy pro Cut of tire accidents err eau and by id percent of the continued on base two Khz myth to quit Madrid of Vinier Joaquin gha parietal decided to resign tues Day. It waa expected that he would reorganise ins Cabinet. The Cris s was due to accusations that prominent political figures were involved in a scandal that resulted from the Effort i foreign promoter to t Tab Lesb i Gambl Taf Casino to a a pop. J decrees made in order to resist Sanction threat meat consumption to be sharply restricted Rome ijr1 a the government issued a series of decrees tuesday placing the country on a virtual War time basis in connection with certain foodstuffs. The decree Are designed the enable the nation to withstand the economic sanctions being applied by the league of nations. Prices will he strictly regulated to prevent profiteering. The decrees involved a system somewhat similar to the rationing used during the world War. Ltd lose on tuesdays beginning november 5 add lasting for six months butchers shops will be closed on tuesday. Hotels cafe and railway dining cars will in prohibited from serving More than one Dixit of meat or fish per meal per person. J during the same six months butchers May not sell beef Lamb or pork on wednesdays. Butcher shops thru out Italy will be closed on sundays after la a. In. It a announced measure will by adopted to increase the yield from fishing and Hunting to augment the food Supply. Flailing and Hunting Wilt be permitted on state properties and certain private estates. For discipline two meetings were held at Venice Palace under the pre sift Ltd pm of Premier Benito Mussolini to discipline and regulate the consumption of foodstuffs. The advisability of issuing rationing cards for the Moat eases ital Roods such As bread a Dis a cussed. Kut Mno a said it would not he necessary because the country May count on the self discipline of the people which they already have demonstrated. There will be no innovations regarding bread and flour he said because the Large till wheat crop in addition to the reserves on hand is considered ample to cover the nations need. Rigid economies a decree la about to be issued giving the government wide discretionary Powers to Issue regulations effecting rigid economies in All governmental and Semi governmental administrations such As the various ministries Public and private schools pos offices and town Halls the decree requires that governmental overtime work must be done Only Between regular shifts. No such work will be permitted after hours thus saving electric Light Power heating and Tother overhead expenses. A decree embodying various orders will be effective november 5. It will require a reduction of the number of pages and formats of All official periodic publications abolition of All non essential official and Semi official publications and a reduction to the minimum of All supplies for government administration offices such As furniture typewriters machinery of ail sort and car pets. Each plan drawn but is unrevealed p Yris t.p1�? British and French a Uperta have drafted a plan for solution of the it All an ethiopian War. For submission to the league of nation and Italy the foreign office admitted tuesday. Details were refused but it was understood that the plan was in London already. Experts on glean affairs from the British and French foreign offices drafted it. It was understood and the British experts returned to London with the completed plan. Aunt i indy says if some fall Down and break their picnic bottle their a spirits or broken for the div a

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