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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 28, 1934, Ames, Iowa Use classified ads i a Huj soil Exchange or rent Telephone 2400 Ames daily Tribune times Story vol. 68 no. 151 official ame and Story county paper c o u n t y a s Ames Iowa Friday december 28, 1934. D a i by United press wire service w Kather occasional rein left or Snow probably Friday night. Rising temperatures. Temperature�?thura., p rn., 38 Fri a 2 a. In. 20 2 p. In 2. Precipitation misty rain. Three Gest Clear Way for work social science experts arose Over new Deal govern in t ownership of railroads is u red ii in ago Ltd. Al leading economists of the world disagreed As thoroughly As laymen Friday in reviews before 12 societies of social scientists of president Roosevelt attempts to remodel the banking and monetary systems re vilify railroads and improve social relations. A group of 95 monetary experts scoffed at attempts to achieve a managed currency and censured administration a a inflationary measures while two other units of 2,000 scientists in simultaneous convention applauded statements that work of both Banks and railroads must be coordinated to prevent their collapse. Would save millions tabulation of a questionnaire among members of the economists National committee on monetary policy an organization of 95 experts opposed to a brain Trust policies revealed the members almost unanimously in favor of return in a Gold Dollar of fixed value. Lieslie Craven counsel for George Eastman Federal coordinator of transportation asserted that 4-�?Trjv�?~ eminent ownership of cat Heads would be a a final and Complete step in coordination that would save millions of dollars pointing to the fact that 54 rail roads representing 43.ooo Miles of Road Are in receivership or Bank Rupley. He said that pooling o. Many of their problem and activities would save immense sums. Quot we should be grateful a be said. To be living in the crisis of a great depression which is serving to break the orthodox thinking that was its full of contradiction the scientists put the world under a Microscope and discovered according to their lights that the new Deal has become p raw Deal professor Irving Fisher. Yale economist that novel w Ith sex themes Are less popular than Quot Back to the soil works Carl la. Milam Secre tary of the american Library a soda Ion that crime increases because prosecutors Are inefficient police Are of fashioned and politicians culpable the committee on crime if the association of american Law schools. Professor Fisher told the econometric society and the american stat is tic i association that the new Deal is Quot shot full of More Money Quot we cannot get More income by making less of the elements of which this income he said in an attack on crop reduction continued a in Page two t Roosevelt will delay message until Jan. 4th Washington be a president Roosevelt will probably delay delivery of bus message to Congress until the Day after Congress convenes Joseph w. Byrns Democrat Tennessee said Friday. Byrns who conferred with the president thursday said organization of the House on Jan. 3 would probably take some time Ami he believed it preferable to put off until Jan. 4 the message which the president expects to deliver in person. Byrns said that under this arrangement Hie budget message would not be read until Jan. 5. He predicted organization of the House including committee assignments would be completed by a week from monday or tuesday and that Tho House could then begin Ronald oration of the Independent offices appropriation Bill the first measure of the session. Skidding Auto crossing�?7 dead m Auto death toll at 35,000, reports show greatest Price Ever paid for fast travel Washington. Be a upwards of 35,000 persons were killed in automobile accidents this year the greatest Price this country has Ever paid in lives for Swift transportation on the highways. Fatalities last year totalled 30,000. Two Independent agencies agreed closely Friday in their estimates of the 1934 Accident toll based on preliminary reports. The american automobile association figured the years fatalities at 35.000. The travellers insurance co., Hartford conn., said they would total at least 36,000, with around 1,000,000 injured in 900.000 accidents. That death toll Means that the number of persons killed on the highways in this one year virtually is As Large As the number of enlisted men on the a. E. F. Killed in action during the world War. It Means the wiping out of As Many persons As constitute a City the size of Tucson Ariz. Wary on cause on the average a person has science warns Midwest of possible drouth and dust storms next or. Pittsburgh be a science warned mid Western Farmers thurs. That the disastrous drouth and dust storms of the past summer will come again perhaps in 1935. A. P. Dachnowski Stokes of the it. S. Bureau of chemistry and soils described a new drouth prevention plan which he Hopes will be added to president Roosevelt a Forest Belt project Quot Many a greed for Rich soil Brot the drouth a Dachnowski Stokes said at the american association for the advancement of science convention. Quot his most serious mistake was draining the great natural peat bogs in Michigan Wisconsin California and Florida together with smaller bogs elsewhere. Quot More important than forests in preserving rainfall the peat bogs hold almost incredible quantities of water. Every acre of Marshland holds 167.000 cubic feet of water ready to be carried into the atmosphere to bring rain Quot what would be More valuable continued on Page five a train behind schedule travelling at High Speed and an Auto that a a. 1r skidded supplied the elements for the tragedy grimly pictured Here been killed every to minute. The the shattered fragment of the ear atm entangled with he engine i year and someone injured every 31 Pilot and it. Seven occupant dead. The crash occurred Law Ray. A St a a years More a Han 290.000 persons have been killed 111., when a limited on the grand trunk railway operated by the Canadian National struck the Auto carrying Illinois Relief employees to work. At a Grade crossing. 4-h boys leave mrs Lindbergh for Home Friday �11 be win a is awards witness in Case installation final events said this emphasized a trend in More serious accidents that has been evidenced for a number of a a Tuuu a a us i years. The Shelby county boys 4 h Ine a murder trial of Bruno a. A. A. Reports for the first Stock judging team Friday was Hauptmann a state official told to months showed Only connect a awarded first place in the state 4 j United press Friday. Cut. He Law Are Maine new Hump contests Bere. Johnson county won Quot mrs. Lindbergh will be a ii Shire new York. South Dakota i second honors with a 2,703 score in witness and will testify without and West Virginia and Boone county was third w it ii. Being subpoenaed a the official creases. Snow Are saved two children included in party Susanville Cal. eight persons marooned for 24 hours by a storm in the Barren Bridge Creek area were rescued Early Friday according to the Lassen county sheriffs office. A Deputy said the party which included two children was being towed Back to Susanville by a Caterpillar tractor. Quot they re All Safe a the office spokesman told the United Piess. Among those saved from exposure in temperatures which dropped to almost Zero were a Pitt Ville family of a father Mother and two children or. And mrs. A. A Brown of Susanville and Russ Johnson and Lee Sweibel. Susanville garage Raan who started out wednesday night to Aid the others. The Rescue represent slow tedi Ous work on the part or state High Way employees who smashed thru the Snow with motorized plows Clearing the Way for the tractor which carried food and supplies to number of accidents per death and Aid the marooned party. It was still snowing when the experts were wary in assigning causes for the years great increase in fatalities. The larger number of old and defective machines being used As a result of the depression years and the higher speeds of new models Are contributory causes they believed. The travellers reported a decrease of three per cent in the French Ace sets air Speed Mark Flemington. N. J. Lie mrs Anne Morrow Lindbergh will be a Quot voluntary and important witness at the murder trial of Bruno r. Rescuers reached Bridge Creek where Brown s machine had broken Down the sheriffs office reported. The storm had started after Brown had telephoned to Susanville for a Tow car wednesday Well drillers to meet Here next february the Ames Junior chamber of Commerce has obtained for Ames the 1935 convention of the National Well drillers association to be held at the Sheldon Munn hotel and on the Iowa state College Campus feb. 19 21, it was announced Fri Day by Harry j. Collins president elect of the Junior chamber and chairman of the 1934 convention committee. The Iowa Well drillers association will be the hosts to 175 to 200 delegates expected from All parts of the country. J. P. Lawler of Ames is the state Secretary. K. M. Brown Fairmount minn., is National president of the Well drillers and k. H. Thorne of Des Plaines. 111., National Secretary. The 1934 convention was held at Lafayette id. Authority a aaa needs clarifying right to examination too vague a new land Speed record was set by Raymond Delmotte French aviation Ace in a test at is tres France when he averaged 312 Miles an hour Over a closed course. The previous Mark 308 Miles an hour was set by the late Jimmy we Deil. Washington tue it a president Roosevelt is expected to ask Congress this Winter to define the authority of the agricultural adjust night More than is inches of Merit administration to examine the showed de i heavy Quot wet and Sticky Snow fell. J books and profit accounts of partic the wet Snow made Progress of pants in aaa marketing agree 2.6s2. I said. Quot the state looks upon her j 81 pct. Increase i the rescuers More difficult. In the Grain judging contest a a very important the an increase of 81 per cent in the sheriff believed that it will Grundy county wag awarded of a Cost official who made the announce Mississippi was Hie largest shown take at least five hours for the honors with 2,025 Points. Greene ment refused to allow his name to i county was a close second with be used 2,00< Points. Defense and prosecution efforts with awards conferred and new to assure orderly presentation of a elected state officers installed evidence gave Promise Friday that Friday afternoon 554 4-h club boys the trial would be a Swift moving and leaders who have been on the drama thru out its estimated length Iowa state College Campus for the 0f four weeks or More. Annual three Day Short course were voluminous documentary Evi leaving for 67 counties from whence Deuce and exhibits have Necessia thru came. Rated careful planning by both H Kildee Dean of agriculture j sides to prevent the Case from be up aking on Quot Progress in the de-1 lug bogged Down with details. The Camden n j the Bigio. T fatality Zelop Menic of a land use policy in j state alone has three truckloads of rate -3�?� deaths per too to Iowa and the nation and the part i evidence. The defense volume is population and Indianapolis the take a told the similar. Legion grateful for toy shop Aid in the a. A. A. Report. Other in motorists to reach Susanville be creases for the to months Wyom Hind the tractor Tow. Ing. 59 per cent Washington j 4 state 53 per cent Rhode Island 43 per cent Montana 64 per cent Kentucky. 38 per cent and Idaho 35 per cent. An increase of 16 per cent was reported for the entire country. Tho census Bureau compiled reports from 86 cities for the 52 weeks ended nov. 24. These gave mild weather in Prospect As old year Dies 4-h clubs can boys i Quot land use planning must be done with the understanding and cooperation of the thousands of j land owners and tenants. Our land is and should continue to be Pri lately owned except in the Case of j certain areas set aside for Public use. Population lowest with Only 100,000. The general ments. Aaa already possesses Broad licensing authority and May require licenses to furnish All reports necessary for the operation of the act. But officials believe the right to examine books and records should be More clearly stated. Chester Davis aaa administrator explained his position this Way a in View of the fact that parties to a marketing agreement Are exempted from the operation of antitrust Laws in so far As acts pursuant to the agreement Are concerned it seems to be necessary for the Protection of the adm Nistra Des Moines be temperatures in Iowa Friday night will death per. Fall below the freezing Point but Jve officials of the general Public will climb again saturday. S. E. J Aud of the Industry itself that the Decker assistant Federal meteor government be in a position to purred City authorities and Auto Logist predicted Friday. Keep fairly informed As to what Mobile club in Manv places to con a re occurrence of sub Zero takes place under the agreement. Duct safety campaigns and tighten weather which sent temperatures j Quot i have Felt that government a up traffic regulations. 1.1 increases have been expresses Public appreciation a Large number of org Shizu tons. Business establishments and individual persons had a share in the Success of the american legion Christmas toy shop project according to the list of it of time and material gifts "7 j compiled this week by the Corn of1 ,7,nationally the a. A. Continued on Peg a. Is Lay two i Down to record lows for Many Thornty along this line could be Iowa cities this month is i prob j expressed in the same terms As Able at this time. Decker said in now appear in the internal Revenue test your knowledge a the 4-h club program was the topic of a talk Given by e. L. Pilchard state Lead r of Illinois 4-h clubs at a special meeting of 70 local boys club leaders Friday morning. Colt medal awarded medals were awarded to the eight outstanding boys in Colt club work in the state during the lartdon0, year by Harry Linn representing the horse and mule association America. J receiving the medals were Fred i Evans Kenneth Spangler and James Spangler of Eagle Glove i Gene Bass of Winterset William Ltd a a my Pearson of Mitchellville Robert i oni. J Huddleston of Webster City eve i Erett Hayes of Washington and Morris Bunnell of Ogden. Arthur Wiese of Dixon Reserve sweepstakes Winner last year in i the sir dub Corn show held in j connection with the Short course was sweepstakes Winner this year i defeating Alvin Rock of Dixon More than 500 who held the Honor last year. To 200 families this year Scott county Corn Winner been declared. Children Aud Wiese and rocks samples were adults played important parts. I included in the Scott county group each to get word which was adjudged first. Other or. Been Friday was prepare in tubers of the county Champion ing the legions expression of group were Harold Schuett Aud gratitude for All the assistance Raymond Keppy of Davenport and Given and it is planned that a Leonard Graham of Princeton word it Ltd appreciation will be sent each of the group was also a Blue to each person business House continued on Page five continued on Page two it Mittee in charge of which f. Been was general chairman. In addition to gifts of Appl oranges Candy Popcorn toy \ Large Vail by skilled helpers and in other Fields there was a total of i so. 4 5 in Cash Given for Purchase of things needed to Complete the project. It was truly a Community project in which the whole City joined with the legion in spread i ing a real Christmas spirit among children in close or. Civil cases filed Lor january Teri several Barm mortgage actions Nevada Friday Day on which to file it january term of the District court. The to actions Are the lat a -1 l. E. Davisson clerk for tile january term a m. Hamilton and i Aura Downing a Lect an account of the with the t. M. Wes Marshalltown in 192 totalling now with act was the last cases for the Story county following civil i t filed with of the court s forecasting Milder weather saturday. While iowans enjoyed a breathing spell the cast shivered in Arctic weather. A 65 mile an hour Gale battered the Atlantic i coast in th1 vicinities of Boston and new York. Temperatures in the state Lur ing the past 24 hours showed a variation of 36 degrees. Keokuk reported the highest. 44 degrees and Sioux City the coldest degrees above Zero traces of rain f Ell at Sioux Dubuque and Tores $254.94, j plaintiff s petition equitable life \ s. Or. And mrs and or. And or Els Worthing to co defendants t grocery in in and 1929, cumulated inning the expected Over almost o in try with tempera Reg f the years City Des Moines Ven port. Weather Forseca Snow to fall Fridi one fourth of the rain and falling carrying evidence final storm to virtually every state East of Colorado and North of Oklahoma and the Ohio River. New England cleaning up Toto the i urls and counting casualties of a Hurricane that reach i 7 5 Miles Assurance society a hour velocity at the Bureau a intern of. Paul station atop it. W i. A Ltd Norman h., was threatened and without improperly harassing any Industry which is attempting to operate fairly and in conformity with the Davis believes it would be Wise Aho to clarify aaa licensing authority because the language of the at t is to Broad As to invite litigation. A third Likely amendment would authorize quotas in the Purchase and Sale of food products. These quotas would supplement g i Trade among processors or handlers and producers Quot we have found a Davis said in sex Plana Ion of his quota plan Quot that to insure prompt compliance and avoid unnecessary litigation certain specific Powers should be set Forth in amplification of the general License provisions. Quot specifically we asked for Power under marketing agreements and licenses to establish producer quotas in order that All growers May har equitably in a Given with in n. Re can you answer seven of these 1st question turn to Paje six or the answers. 1. Name the soft Stone usually sed in scrubbing decks of ships. 2. Who wrote the play Quot a tolls House a 3. Who were Rosalind and or indo 4. Which is the better beat con actor Copper or Iron 5. Who said a to err is a Iau Quot 6. How Many children were born it president Aud mrs. Lincoln 7. Who was Roger Bacon 8. What is the geographical Gnu for a Region that supports Hie or no Plant life 9. Who discovered the Mon uras to. From a Bai country did the g parch Alaska supervisors seek to rout Chi Selers from Relief pass regulatory rules Snow and cold. Fine rain make pavements icy a Fine ruin falling in Friday afternoon with the Pesature still four Lithe freezing Point left Pax is. Minnie Wehrman. A widow and old sldewalk8 in extreme others asking foreclosure of a mortgage on a 200-acre farm in asking foreclosure of a $14,400 mortgage on a 160-acre farm in Lincoln township Given to the col Lins mortgage company dated sept. 14, 1928, the principal and interest now totalling $16,169.11, according to the plaintiffs petition. The normans Are tenants. Equitable life Assurance society Auto License plates available without penalty until Jan. 31 be plate at Thada automobile License for 1935 May be purchased county treasurers office in Ardour condition. The by heavily clouded thru out thames tem it Elow neats Haz was Day. Collins township Given to secure the temperature continued to $20 000 loan Auk 14. 1923 with the a a Wiy from a Low of 20 de Thi glory county Board of supervisors has made Public resolutions recently passed whish have As their objective placing greater restraint upon the personal conduct of All persons receiving Relief from Public funds in the county and also curbing certain family expenditures which May appear to be items of luxury in the eyes of the taxpayers of the county who support the Relief Rolls. Quot in View of the growing tendency on the part of Home to assume the Rote of a Chi Selers the apparent need Bas Arisen for the establish ment by the Board of supervisors of certain principles relative to the Extension of Relief to individuals and families Quot according to the statement made by the Board. Board s rules the following rules therefor ate announced that no individual or family receiving assistance thru the county welfare department shall Purchase a 1935 automobile License without special written permission from the welfare administrator. Thai no individual or family May operate an automobile without the continued in rage seven., Green at 2 a. In. To 28 Ai ii Levels i for urls Ollins mortgage company on which principal and interest now total $17,880.86, according to the plaintiff s petition. Davenport Bauk and Trust com Pany and Mary Van pattern truss tees of the will of the late Nicholas Kuhin is. Albert Jacobson administrator of the estate of Michael b. Larson and others asking foreclosure of a mortgage on a 135 acre farm in Lafayette and Howard de bidding for Light weigh townships Given As Security for a 1 and these kinds advanced j $12,000 loan to the american com scents per it idled weight Mercoal and savings Bank of Dav j heavyweight. Bro a Premium of escort May 19, 1927. The principal j 7.15 tier Hundred pounds. U cents and interest now totalling $15, i Igei it. To i hut. Day and tin High continued on i age seven jest in Mote than three months. New High Levels in hog Market Chicago a la new Ulm since sept 22 were Estabil hags at the Chicago St it Friday. A Scarcity of receipt spirit hogs to 35 Best i til Jan. 31 without penalty sheriff j j. A Mattery stated Friday. I beginning feb i the penalty is assessed and dates Back to the i first of the new Yea making a total of $2 penalty charged if a j Motorist Waits until feb. I to buy j his License plates the sheriff said. I thereafter the penalty increases i $1 each month. Automobile Driver lie uses issued for 1932 and 1933, were extended by Ute la.-,i legislature to include i also 1934 and 1935, the sheriff Blat Al. It will not be necessary to re Uva licenses until Jan. I 1936. Iowan improves Chicago be a physician at j the Cook county Hospital said the i rendition of Harry Davis 42, of i Cedar rapids la., who attempted suicide Thui Aday by allowing Poison was improved Friday wants probe of liquor control Alesch Plymouth co., is disgusted be Mars Ile a rep. Gustave Alesch Democrat Plymouth county said Friday that he May demand an investigation of the state liquor control commission in the legislative session meeting next month. Alesch a Leader of the repeal forces in the last Assembly wrote gov. Clyde l. Herring Quot As a member of the state legislature in the last session i voted for this measure. I have been and still am greatly interested in the practical results of this measure. M. Own observations together with statements by reliable citizens in connection with state owned liquor stores particularly in Sioux City Are disgusting. Apparently the managers of some state owned stores work very closely with Boot loggers and that in particular the dives in our larger cities Are worse now than they were during prohibit lion Days. Quot if a direct violation of the liquor Law does not mean anything to you or to the department of Justice then it will become my duty As a member of the next legislature to introduce a Resolution demanding an investigation of the liquor com Mission and if necessary a repeal of the liquor Herrings reply assured the legislator that the governor is a just As much concerned about this matter As you can possibly be and i am giving it what i conceive to be the proper a it Iowa Gas tax receipts to be Over 12 million Des Moines or Iowa a Gaso j line tax receipts from which a1-ready total More than the amounts j collected in 1932 and 1933, prob-1 ably will furnish Tho state Treasury with More than $12,000,000 this j year state treasurer Leo j. Weg Man reported Friday. Records for the first la months of the year showed the total to be j $10.849,01 Loc. Vve Man said he expected december receipts to reach More Thau $1,000,000. In ugh More to shove the total for the year past $12,000,000. Ile based this Egit j mate on figures for the Pas seven months which shoved monthly collections of More than $1,000,000 in All cases. Quot the probabilities Are Quot be said Quot that receipts from the Gas tax in 1934 will be the second largest amount collected since the tax was begun in 1925. In 1931. Collections were $12,365, Tov this was the largest sum collect gtd in one year in the history of the figures for december collections will not be available until after Jan. I Wugman added but present indications Point to a figure Well Over $1,000,000. In 1932 total collections were $10,795,088. The following year they dropped to $10,609,231. Both these figures already have been surpass a by 1934 collections. States ordered to provide for chronic cases rejection of handout system indicated by Hopkins Washington Ile a the Federal emergency Relief administration Friday cleared the Way for a Broad work Relief program in 1935. Administrator Harry l. Hopkins ordered individual states counties and municipalities to raise and spend their own Money to care for All Quot chronic dependents a persons unable to work because of old age mental disabilities or physical handicaps. The terse order effective feb. I will result in Clearing Federal Relief Rolls of almost 4,000,000 aged crippled. Insane individuals who must receive Doles to live. It will leave around 15,000,000 firm bodied Clear minded unemployed Able to earn wages on government financed projects. Increasing Burden the order was interpreted in official circles As being the administrations first move to base Tho new years Relief program on work despite recent big business sentiment for the cheaper a a handouts system be substituted. Hopkins order came Asho announced states counties and cities already had shouldered an increasingly Large Relief Burden. He said the three groups of political subdivisions had spent $323,-890,560 of their own funds for Relief during the first to months of 1934, an increase of $71,514,677 Over the $252,375,883 in the same period the year before. Results of Hopkins new orders probably will be three fold. First Relief costs Are expected to mount slightly altho Relief Rolls will be decreased second those remaining on Relief probably will receive More than the $25 to $30 they now average each month third state county and local taxpayers May be called upon to pay new levies. 15 per cent More Hopkins estimated work Relief is 15 per cent More expensive than direct Relief with the additional Money needed for purchasing a Tori amp is based on the $136,791 26� de the states to care for All needy in january Federal work Relief costs will reach about $157,300,000 a month during the Winter. Hopkins pointed out that if states should use their Relief funds strictly for Quot employable Quot counties and municipalities would is forced to care for their own Quot chronic the result would be increased real estate taxes in Many communities. State participation in caring for a unemployable so could is financed thru higher income levies sales taxes and other assessments Quot the move will not place much heavier burdens on Large cities because they be been for the most part caring for their dependents right on thru the depression just As they did before 1929,�?� Hopkins said. Germans fight with austrian nazi refugees Munich us a one German was killed and More than 20 men were injured in a fight wednesday night Between germane and Aua trl an nazis a bad Bibl tag a dispatch said Friday. Nine of those injured were taken to hospitals. There Are 350 austrian nazis camped at bad Aib Lins refugees from their own country. Some of them it was said shouted Quot Down with Hitler in a cafe. Bavarian responded with cries of Quot out with these parasites a and the disputants began to fight with furniture and knives. A Small riot resulted in which automobile tires were Slit and the Interior of the cafe was w rocked. Police were not Able to Belt the fighting and it was necessary to summon 300 is troops from Dachau. Child is killed Birmingham Ala. In one child was fatally injured and sex Era Athel narrowly escaped when the sides of a Small Coal mine col lapsed near Here Friday the child killed was Warren Dixon 13. He was entombed while digging Coal with other children in a natural mine in the Wall of a deep Ravine. He was rescued by a playmate but died shortly after Hong rushed to a Hospital. Aunt Lindy says some of the clothes that positively thrill amp woman in the shop absolutely chill Ber on the Street

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