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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - September 17, 1937, Ames, Iowa Official Ames and Stob county Pape Rames daily Tribune and times?k1v�&8al Tes Ames tekb1t01t weather forecast fair Frida night and saturday warmer. Temperatures thurs. 4 p. 69 Fri 6 a. 40 2 p. 77. Precipitation none. Vod. 71. To. 67. Official Arnee enc Stem county paper ambs Iowa Friday september 17, 1937 United pre wire service three cent Story county to lose Relief Aid Constitution debate rages birthday Fred Nelson speech Constitution urges Protection of Basic principle by All Quot it is the present duty of each St at 8 Defeated judiciary and every person to he More inter-1 program observe Tho 150th Anniv sted protecting the cons Titu Ersary of the Constitution Friday Tion for of we once sacrifice this Avith. Speeches bearing the pos Basic principle of our government. It will be hard to regain he Privi j8lblllt5 of revival of the us reme Leges Given by our forefathers a Cour Issue. Washington or a president Roosevelt Secretary of Interior Harold l. Ickes and foes of the and i ministrations Defeated chinese army attacks All along front said Fred Nelson of Nevada a Constitution Day talk at a luncheon meeting of the Ames kiwanis club the Sheldon Munn hotel Friday noon. Nelsons talk was Given Observance by the local club of the 150th anniversary of the approval of the to. S. Constitution by the Congress of 1787. Basic principle sen. William e. Borah. A. Ida., Veteran constitutional expert and strategist the fight against the administration court plan opened debate last night with a radio speech which he declared that Independent judiciary was essential to democracy and flayed dictatorial tendencies at Home and abroad. He declared that America would a a a the framers of the cons Titu j never surrender or Compromise a Hon drawing up that important Quot that individual initiative which is document meant to establish a Basic principle of government by the people which could not easily be upset a Nelson pointed out. They also had that viewpoint mind when they set up the pro eee Dure for making amendments Nelson said. The methods of making amendments by congressional action and ratification of three fourths of the state Legislatures or by special congressional action is meant to make necessary careful consideration before a change is made our form of government he said. Not sacred Quot to me As a Layman the Constitution is not a sacred document yet the supreme court should continue to be the final guardian of the Constitution and should be the body to temper the action of the legislative body Quot Nelson said. A the Constitution has been Cli the crowning characteristic of our he assailed Hose who we Ould Bend the Constitution to Quot every political the nation wide Observance of Constitution Day will be climaxed Friday by president Roosevelt w Hen he goes to the foot of the Washington Monument to speak his views constitutional government. How far the president would go toward indicating his future plans regard to the judiciary remained Uncertain. The president Speaks at 8 30 p. . Iowa time. Borah critic de statements from High German sources that nazi emissaries foreign lands must be protected their activities behalf of the Hitler regime. As Long As they observe the Law of this country he said they will be protected but if not they will be tried a Independent courts and not the puppet courts of their Home to sized because it has hampered a j land Quot and. If convicted punished few selfish persons some of High _ authority yet the Success of the v q. M Constitution is shown by the fact of dig to that most other forms of government have undergone Radical changes while our form of govern rent still remains the Best tor the most consideration Nelson contended that the average laymen was not a position to criticize the Constitution unless he Thorold understood the background of the framing of the document. A it was Only after Long consideration and after it was found that the original articles of confederation were unsatisfactory that the delegates of the 12 states met and framed this Liberal document Quot Nelson said. Nelson briefly explained the developments prior to the revolutionary War which the colonies fought for and secured Freedom from England. Bill schlock chairman of the program committee of the kiwanis club added to Nelsons talk by reporting that according to the original printing of the Constitution the framers placed special emphasis by capitalizing the words people. Union Justice. Domestic Tranquility general welfare Liberty and posterity while the words defense and ourselves were not capitalized. Be regimented Detroit or a the United states is Quot too big to be successfully regimented from a Central bureaucracy a and too american to be driven into Goose step Quot sen. Arthur h. Vanderherp r., mich., said Friday a Constitution Day address. The senior Michigan senator reviewing the Constitution s 150 years of life observed that is Quot has repel continued Page two Jap forces caught pincers near piping by h. R. Ekins copyright 1937 by United pre Shanghai or a chinese seizing advantage of heavy Rains that immobilized japanese air planes and tanks attacked ferociously at key Points All along the Shanghai front Friday. Infantry a dare to die Quot units and big sword men smashed at the japanese lines the Lotien Liu hang and Kikue sectors. Reports from the front told of Savage hand to hand fighting which the japanese. Resisting stoutly called for reinforcements. The chinese continued their gradual withdrawal to a new defense line. But it had become evident that their Retreat was a planned one As they asserted for the movement of the scores of thousands of men involved seemed effected with clock like precision and rear guards challenged the japanese at Point after Point. A unexpected resistance piping up a japanese forces attempting a major drive to the South from North China were attacked two sides near piping today by a reorganized chinese army. Japanese military authorities Here admitted their troops had encountered Quot unexpected stiff chinese resistance Quot along a line 70 Miles wide and area about 30 Miles South of piping Between the Pei Pirig Hankow and piping Tient sin railways. Two japanese regiments crossed the China River at Kuan 30 Miles South of piping and were met by a huge Force of chinese that had been held the Hills awaiting the moment for a Surprise attack. A bloody Battle ensued and continued for hours. Japanese planes went aloft at the Start and poured tons of bombs the defenders. But they failed to split the chinese lines and the japanese Advance the piping Hankow Railroad their objective apparently was baited. The japanese found themselves almost Between two chinese forces when another Large group attacked them from the North and continued Page two 36 cases docket for sept. Court Nevada the september term of the District court Here will open monday with judge o. J. Henderson the Bench it was reported Friday by l. E. Davisson clerk of the court a total of 36 cases have been noticed for trial during this term two of them specially assigned for Early action. The equity Case Between the metropolitan insurance company versus w. H. Golly has been assigned As the first equity Case to be handled by the court and the ease Mooers versus Mooers has been assigned for the first Day of court. Probate probate cases cited tor the september term include the Martha c. Bacon Clifford Shockley a o. Dahle h. O. Millang and p. E. Shugart estates. Grand jurors for the term will be George Askelson. Gilbert Oley Provick Slater Russell Golly Zearing h. M. Hamlin Ames Roger Hopkins Colo Obid Johnson. Story City Van v. Johnson Maxwell h. C. Lounsberry Mccallsburg a. L. Martin Nevada Jesse s. Thompson Mccallsburg l. J. Tons Vig Story City Frank Weir Colo. Jurors Petit jurors Are Ames Grace. Baker Charles Kievan Clyde Black Arthur Bow Man Charlotte Bowman Carl e. Briley mrs. R. C. Brockman Francis Brouhard k. Bclark Frances Cliff Paul Coe Catherine Jean Cole a. S. De Vries Phoebe Dixon mrs. O. L. Flauher mrs. Fern Hedrick Enid Larson Cornelia Lindstrom. Mrs. C. E. Lyman Lenore Magel Lowell Quot a a i i ii Iii a it v ,1 a i so i v Volt a. Xor is i i i above extraordinary picture. The Dollar liner president Hoover photographed from a nearby vessel As two of the three bombs dropped the ship from a chinese plane actually struck the water by the hoovers Side. The third bomb struck the main deck killing a Crew member. Injuring seven passengers and spreading terror among the ships 263 refugees. Rights flight capt. Cho Hung sing of the chinese air Force lying injured a Paulun Hospital telling How the bomb rack his Bullet damaged fighting machine accidentally released the Bombe which killed almost 600 civilians Shanghai s International settlement. Negro pickers forbidden to leave county Warrenton a. T.a negro Cotton pickers Warren county he led warnings Friday against Mattox George Maxwell How no bearing the county trucks a two Are fined mrs. Ward Wierson and e. Mullin Friday paid is co pleaded guilty to charge of overtime parking. Mahoney new dealer wins he and present mayor beat Copeland new York or a Jeremiah t. Mahoney who extolled the new Deal throughout his Campaign de-1 threat o a break Between pres a tvs Vav f i great fades of Roosevelt Lewis break Washington our a the Meldrum Jack Mellecker b. W. Oakley Jessie b. Prall Keith Rushing Mabel e. Shellito John Wakefield e. J. Williams. Nevada Amos Anderson Viola f. Baker Lilley Halleland mrs. Harry Mills j. W. Stet Wehneier s. M. White. Colome. J. Anderson. Huxley Huxley Julia Antill mrs. Porter Che swig. Zearing a. A. Brekke s. G. Cox Harry Lefevre. Maxwell Alice Bullard Hazel Houser mrs. E. A. Martin. Mccallsburg mrs. Alberta Ellingson mrs. Pearl Tett. Roland a. R. Erickson Otto j. Hanson Morris a. Hill Nelius Nelson. Cambridge mrs. Glenn Fausch. Story City Herman Houghland c. I. Knudtson mrs. M. B. Ona Vig. Slater or. R. C. Hedlund. Kelley Amos Ihie. Collins Eldon Long j. J Rison. Gilbert Dan Pepper. Mor test your knowledge Dent Roosevelt and John l Lewis diminished Friday As a result of developments that appeared to relieve fears of the c to. Chairman the administration generally was adopting unfriendly attitude toward his labor organization. Sources close to Lewis emphasized that he remained guard against what c. I. O. Leaders had regarded As a change admin treated tammany s mayoralty candidate sen. Royal s. Copeland resoundingly thursdays primary almost Complete returns showed Friday. Mayor Fiorello h. Laguardia Al so Defeated Copeland by a wide margin the Republican voting. Finest of Copeland ran both democratic Chin the. Ames court when they i and no act a nov i telvely backed by former gov. Al Fred e. Smith. Laguardia got More than 50,000 democratic votes a last minute write i vote. J incomplete returns shortly before noon Edt Republican primary Laguardia 80,652. Copeland 47,209. 55 districts missing of 3,787 can you answer seven of these j democratic ternary test questions turn to Page Ala Mahoney 412,103. For the answers. I Copeland 241,097. 1. Is a Man deprived of his i Laguardia write 55,906. American citizenship because he districts missing of 3,797. Receives a dishonourable discharge f �?~�?~wr1 a a vote for Laguar j third party will be cited Friday from the army or Navy j seemed to make it evident night a speech by Lewis most 2. Who was the inventor of the j at would get the votes of rigorous Union foe president we Harvey steel process thousands of democrats at the Gen Ham Green of the american Feder 3. What is a Geyser i Erat election november and his 4. What is the title of former supporters already w ere declaring King Edward Chi at is a assured of another traction policy extending from the White House to All government departments and which they believed put them at a disadvantage their conflict with the american federation of labor. The c. I. O. Chairman they said i Parent teacher Council to hold first meeting the first meeting of the Ames Parent the amp Cher Council for the new school year will be held monday sept. 20 at 4 of clock the music Pavilion at the City Park. informal round table Quot functions of standing committees a will be charge of mrs. F. C. Dana president of the Council. Cotton Farmers Warren maintained a rigid policy against permitting pickers to move into adjoining Glascock county where wages Are higher. Sheriff g. P. Hogan of Warren county reported that Farmers his Section were going to get their own Cotton picked Quot a peaceful Way a regardless of the labor shortage of their neighbors. Warren pickers wort instructed to Quot leave All out county trucks alone and stay where you Al no danger of child paralysis miss Gronlid reports few illnesses $200,000 fire destroys Plant at fort Dodge inaction will be effective sept. 20 four other counties also will be dropped Story county will he dropped from the list of Iowa counties which receive state Relief Aid. Mrs Helen m. Roberts county welfare director was informed Friday morning. The action is to be effective next monday sept. 20. The action was taken according to Ralph e. Kittinger. Iowa emergency Relief administration Secretary after a Check of county finances had indicated that the county should be Able to carry its own Relief Load. Since last june Story county has been receiving state Aid for Relief 60 percent of total Aid being contributed by the state 40 percent by the county. For a year before that the county had been its own. Mrs. Roberts said Friday that the county administration would attempt to carry the Load As Best it could. If the Case Load should increase during the coming Winter beyond the county a ability to finance it. The county might ask for further Ald from the state. The county welfare staff now includes mrs. Roberts one Case worker miss Viola Smith a statistician a. L. Madison and a receptionist miss Corine Stoll for some months after reorganization of the county administration this summer the staff numbered also another Case worker and two stenographers. Linn Marshall Buchanan and Delaware counties also Are to be dropped from the state list sept. 20. State Aid will be withdrawn from county Ort. I Shelby count Baa been own Ainee sept. 15. Fort Dodge to. Tri a the plaster Plant of the National Gyp there is at present no need for i sum company located outside the alarm Over infantile paralysis Ames miss Henrietta Gronlid school nurse said Friday. Attendance at school following the opening this week has been Good miss Gronlid said with few absences because of illness. Every Case of illness is being miss Gro lid though the pickers heard Glascock i carefully checked offers of 75 Oens a Hundred j 8ttid> pounds and Quot a drink of liquor Ini Job weekly health bulletin of the morning and evening Quot they i late department of health con also remembered a shot gun Den laiu8 thia Wek 8ome valuable Ona Traylon staged earlier the week by Warren Farmers. Prevailing wage scale Warren was 40 cents a Hundred pounds. average picker can Harvest Between 200 and 300 pounds of lint a Day. Cornell chemist is named to Iowa states faculty or. F. H. Spedding former Cornell University chemistry Lectur-1 during the late Sumine or has been appointed Assoc f 1937. While 222 Ess Sti Octlona control measures against the disease. The text of the bulletin follows Quot Iowa Uke some of the other states is now experiencing unusual prevalence of poliomyelitis or infantile paralysis this increased prevalence has not been unexpected. Infantile paralysis is known to occur cycles of three to six years. The years 1930 and 1931 witnessed outbreak of this disease the state department of health has anticipated undue occurrence of infantile paralysis and fall of pol ate professor of physical Chemis la Niy Eutia were reported Iowa try at Iowa state Collat it a. T 1910 �?�n4 �?~7 �?T,3 _ cases have Ben reported thus far announced Friday by the Collegen through september la administration. The appointment is effective immediately. Or. Spedding holds three degrees having received his Bach City limits of fort Dodge was destroyed by fire Friday. H. J. Callahan enter of the fort Dodge fire department estimated the loss tentatively at 1200,000. The building was a shaped three Story Frame Structure. The fire was discovered by a night watchman at 5 45 a. . I when he first noticed it the Interior of the building was a roaring mass of flames. Two engines and to men from the fort Dodge fire department fought the Blaze but were hampered because of the Lack of water facilities. Quot we could play Only two streams of Hose the fire Quot chief Callahan said. The new Block Plant and the new Board Plant of the Gypsum company located about a Block away were not endangered the planes ships included Nyon treaty Geneva be a nine Mediterranean Powers headed by great Britain and France signed Accord Friday night authorising signatories of the Nyon agreement to fire �?opirate1 planet and surface ships As Well As such marines the Mediterranean. The Accord made More emphatic a period of military and naval cooperation Between Britain and France the Mediterranean unprecedented since the world War signalized earlier by their Mutual abrogation of the Nova control system of the Spanish coast without consulting Italy and Germany. Under the Agenda to the Nyon Accord signatories May fire planes and surface vessels at chief i Tacle by Neutral shipping the. ,. I Mediterranean almost at we the Plant that was destroyed Jere Petlon will a Nide ,8 the a so was used As a warehouse for Casa 0f Aub vessels attacking materials used making plaster under the International rules of including such inflammable things the 1930 naval pact providing As Excelsior. J for prior warning and measures firemen battled the Blaze for for the safety of passengers and objectives of the year. Officers and chairmen standing committees of each unit Are urged to be present. I Elor and master of science de a Grees at the University of Mulchi of All fan and k8 doctor of philosophy j the state two hours and a half before it was considered Safe to leave. The ruins still were smouldering at la a. . J chief Callahan said that origin infant of the fire was not determined tile paralysis Iowa deserves a it had made too much Roadway Calm thoughtful consideration by the Tim we arrived to deter rather than hysterical behaviour consideration Quot unusual prevalence of Rew degree at the University of California. Presidents of the Parent-teach-14.,19.33�?T Dju spot a inf w a the $1,000 a. C. Langmuir award giver organizations the City Are Central. Murl Mcdonald Bearden each year for the beat Chmels was la deadly Earnest his at tacks the administration Attix Quot Trita paper written by a Nan under tude and order to survive the i Nigg j a Horn a nil a 31 a Are a amp a to award is con labor struggle would have broken Vij i. .1. Slier. I one of the highest which openly with the president although be had no other political Avenue open to him except a risky third party Effort. Dangers of labor turning to a or. All tort Lou i. Crit a a a retd cd blk a Ford mrs. V. P. Hessler St Cecil-1 la or. E. H. Henning Welch,1 a it a cr.,i,4n�?z a it v.1 a. Or. Spedding studied abroad or. Rob a w Troy we utter. 11m4 a a Olio. A previously he a. For two year. W. Breckenridge apartment of health does not recommend the closing of schools. There is great advantage having school children under direct observation of teacher and a Public health nurse. Quot parents should take Active part the control of infantile paralysis by curing prompt medical attention for a child with Early signs of the disease. Early symptoms include fever loss of appetite irritability headache and stiffness of neck and Back. Convalescent Are 5. What Are the opposite of a out Ftp tem City Hall. Neap tides 6. astronomy what name is Given to certain Luminous patches the sky ? 7. Name the seventh president of the u. S. 8. Does the chief Justice of the United states cast his vote Only Case of a tie 9. which South american count Yie the City and port of quins to id name the roman god of Quot Detrain hearing Ames tax Appeal oct. 5 the Appeal hearing Tbs Ames City tax budget for 1938 will be Beld the City Ball Here at to a. ., tuesday oct 5, it was reported Friday by f. E. Been Leader of the group which recently flied objections to the tax budget of $63,500 with the newly created state Appeal Board International forum will be broadcast Sun. At Ion of labor. Green will assail Lewis for seek Quot special privilege connection with his $500,000 contribution to the 1931 democratic Campaign and will warn labor that it stands danger of being left Quot holding j time. The hag of it attempts to organize speakers the forum will be a third party. J Cordell Hull u. S. Secretary of or. Roosevelt the other state Camille Chautemps pre hand could break with Lewis Mier of France Mackenzie King International radio forum world economic cooperation will be held Over the lbs network sunday from 2 to 3 15 p. ., ova lain the support of that part of la Bor represented by the a. F. Of l and receive the Blessing of a considerable portion of the Detro ratio party More Friendly toward the a f. Of i than toward the c. I. O. Prime minister of Canada Alfaro Lopez president of Colombia and Paul Van Zeeland Premier of Belgium. The forum opens a regular series of broadcasts world Ace comic cooperation spout wad by v Ifni Bod v j fellow with the National research un0t of ,.n Early Aud adequate t Lan sectional Council. Did Farley take that Packard Job Buffalo. Y. U p a officials i of the Here Arrow motor car company refused Friday to con firm or deny reports that i ostinato tar general James a Farley had accepted a position As president of the firm and chairman of the Board of directors. Reports that Farley has be Ltd offered the Post have been current for some time. Mine immediately what was the cause a be explained. Roosevelt save civil War Start to nationalism Sharpsburg md., the a president Roosevelt declared Fri i Day at the scene of the civil War j bloodiest h traction stat pie Thunkin Lamar Foster recreation Job Des Moines la., 0xe> a Lamar Foster speaker of the House the 47th Iowa Assembly now la employed the recreation department of the Iowa spa state administrator George Keller reported Friday. Foster a Democrat from West Branch is receiving a salary of about $150 a month Keller Atad. Amount. May prevent or arrest the tigress of paralysis. This serum a processed by the state department of health and distributed diced to Iowa physician. Communicable until paralysis ii communal from person to person. The is regarded a entering the through the Nasa passages Iii be children a More susceptible than adults parents a it or. Roosev anniversary Battle of persons mar american gathered her it ere Able to dress. Faulty tin that his adminis Hith american peo j j Quot a Adonai a rather j is. 11 of it at the 75th j j i to it it Elf up celeb quo Tiou of the j i tie Tam of i Cai 4 a lit 1 004 i y a Hon whom carried i moderate flags Joe by t Only a few f ail of the and j loud speaker equip 2 the presidents voice j aunt Lindy i says to fade Millard e. . Did i Vised to it introduced or. Roosevelt whose keep Small children away from pub i was National Unity lie gatherings and reduce to a i Quot. 1111 a a a minimum the Hazard of exposure a nations As a possible Means of the National peace Fonfer Enre Sud the Himba Bros a mpg a a Stem. Fortunately the disease but Seldom attacks the nervous system severe cases Are Apt to he few number any Given Community. Quot borne health vat Horis advise chemical treatments we a Natal preventing poliomyelitis. The value of this preventive measure is not definitely established at this time its use depends upon the judgement of the attending pm so Cian a a the folks that get up Sarin Tbs morning ars the a body Bas to 4ftt up by the morning \ a a la cd of

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