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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Ames, Iowa Buy something buy something today if Only a Lih e. Your Purchase win help Speed the return of Prosperity. Poun t v n a t i. Y weather f0rhcaj5t Iowa Snow probable monday night and tuesday rising temper attire. A volume Lxvi official Ames and Story county paper Ames. Iowa monday december 12, 1932. United press full leased wire service no. 138wintry blasts grip entire nation la legislators Reade to knife state expenses drastic Economy will be Rule of new Assembly Des Moines legislators arc delving Down to bed Rock in the interest of government Tai Economy and the forthcoming general Assembly session May be the signal for a heavy assault on a ome of the states most prominent stat Tea it appeared monday. Under the incentive of governor elect Clyde l. Herrings plan for a Complete re organization of state departments and the 20 months work of the interim tax reduction committee Many legislators Are thumbing thru the fiscal reports of Etal departments and writing Bills which they will introduce u Cut much 40 to 50 per cent from the present $21,000,000 annual a Tate expenses. Seven general possibilities for drastic economies have been reported to the United press by members of the new legislature. They Are 1. Salary reductions. 2. Wholesale departmental consolidations. 3. Limitation on Cost of Road building and maintenance. 4. Curtailment of school costs continued on Page two tax committee proposes drastic reorganization of states govt. Sioux City or Iowa a leg Long put hods of time. The committee Isla Tive tax reduction committee rounded out 20 months of work monday by drafting an addendum to its report to the governor and legislature in which it recommended 12 soc civic consolidations in state government recommending a a Complete re organization of the state government to make the office of governor the real administrative head of the state instead of a High title with Little authority a the committee pointed out that the a a governor of Iowa controls directly or by appointment less than in percent of the annual state expenditures of $21,000,000.�?� so Many of the states activities have been a removed from polities Quot by appointment of titular Heads for will say in its supplement to the main report which reached gov. Dan Vav. Turner nov. 15, that a ivc have virtually placed Thorn outside the realm of representative while recognizing the initiative taken by governor elect Clyde l. Herring in ordering a $30,000 Survey of the state with an Eye toward consolidation and turning Over to herring the result of its Lour months of work on this sub weekend sees a a crisis reached in debt debate u. S. Replies quickly to third note of London govt. Lundon d r further a Light Ding diplomacy in the form of a fourth debt note to be dispatched Jet the committee decided to by Britain to the United states a submit a number of possible Eon j probably tuesday was predicted Ami Dation of Stair departments j monday in parliamentary circles. And reallocation and merging of Washington h r a the Brit new army of veterans marches on Congress similar departments. The suggested Eha Ogea Are 1. Put the budget director state Board of assessment and re continued on Page five Gire killed in Vatican thinks Highway crash Lus should ask ish american debt debate reached a crisis monday after a Swift and dramatic Exchange of nov notes. London offered to pay $95,-550,000 next thursday a cond tonally. Secretary of state Stimson promptly rejected the i conditions. Great Britain seemed to face a Choice Between unconditional a payment and default when Stim parked truck hit by j Amis reduction an Advance instalment under j a a future debt agreement. To i insisted the Money must apply on Britain a 4,000,000.000 debt Las funded in 1923. Congressional reaction supported him three autos railroads seek continuance of salary slashes hit ago. A up the country railroads monday asked Union pm tie to accept a continuance of the to ppr wage reduction. The proposal wan made by nine in Iii Hery of i to railway Man Hgt fab fat lop edit let ring at the pal Mer House with i Soo Union irad a re fiver the wage scale to prevail after j a. St when the reduction accepted one year ago will aspire. The Eph a. E. Whitney chairman of the railway labor executives bad indicated the Union would oppose atty Extension re a bidding Whit the fading buying Power o the people the Union reply was delayed the economic welfare of 1,7$0, of workmen and the railroads by which they Are employed was at a take representatives of each a at Down at a conference table to Iron out their difference Over a wage policy. The question before the meeting was continuance of Tho wage reduction granted for 12 months by the unions at the request of railroads last Winter. Union Heads said the meeting of used that continuance of the i fiction was a step to a National suicide a rail Man gees predicted receivership and bankruptcy for the roads if the Cut not continued. Some asked that la be in creased to 20 per cent. A 12-year old girl was killed and i Ber older brother was seriously in-1 Jared when their automobile crash cd into the rear of a truck and trailer parked on the Jefferson j Highway six Railes South of Ames about 11 30 p. In. Saturday right i in All three automobiles crash j a into the trailer during half an hour All three being damaged. None of the other motorists or passengers was injured thoth y were shaken up. The dead girl was Josephine Tom Loon of Bondurant Riding toward Des Molies with her Brot i i Howard 20, who in Mary a rec Ley Hospital suffering from a badly crushed Chest. His condition Vatican City. Or a the United Buttes must insist on disarmament in return for any Concession to Europe on War debts$y0irsctvatore Romano official Vatican Organ said monday in an article reviewing the War debt claims. A the sacrifice requested of the United states must not be disconnected front the cause of Pear and economic resumption a the article said. Grand jurors Art drawn for Ito never in recent diplomatic i t1."�?~ Yak a Uard of a new Bonus army 4 arriving in Washington. The a a Dory have two Dowers pm Hanc i Nile organizing Tho new March say 4,00b veterans will make up to history have two Powers Exchange de views on a major problem to i to quickly did America and Bra Central rank and file Cornute new army. The commit 26 below Zero at Webster City state minimum sub Zero temperatures sweep state More Snow forecast Des Moines biting subzero temperatures that were paralysing to Man Aud machine alike prevailed in Iowa monday. Motor cars and electric trams proceeded at reduced Speed Ove icy City streets and Snow drifted across country highways the Mercury Sank to the lowest Points of the season. I he sub Zero weather spread Over Hie entire state and in Many Case the readings were the lowest in two years Webster City with 24 below Zero was the coldest of Antic reported 20 below Zero do Moines 20 below Sioux City la below Charles City 16 below Omaha to below Dubuque Davenport and Keokuk All four below Zero. Federal meteorologist Charles t. Reed said that temperatures of 3� below Zero undoubtedly would be reported later from Rural Eom Mun it Fps and suburbs of the larger cities. Rapid Rife expected a rapid Rise was expected Lac Lees plan Calls for a March to the Capitol. The committee headed by John Pace Detroit com monday continuing during the the main b. E. F. Last summer shunned Pace and his followers. One contingent of the ii kit and tuesday bringing an lain. Stimson bad just finished his sunday dinner and prepared for a quiet afternoon when sir Ronald Lindsay British ambassador. Called at Woodley stint Sony a estate with the British note. Stimson harried to the stale department summoned Secretary of Treasury Mills and assistant Secretary of state Bundy f ailed in stenographers. And begun work on his reply. New Bonus army shown Here receiving a donation of food was reported improved at the bos i a t 11 Wii 111 a Mao ii and pita monday afternoon. Announce i Ria jurors a Quot a a a a i a a Mal draft. The girl a a or. To the. To p. For a in to in Quot a. If it. Quot Cov to. In dead before arrival. For Jan. I clan red growl to Houri me a Fere a in of neck Arn Nevada tir e thorns from broken Lea the rom a of a Auto Nevada and on. Each Iron Huxley. A he Appu Wei f Woolie a. Badly wrecked appear Gilbert . Earn Sci hmm of tto of it of no Force under the rear Bridge Story City Ann. Roland a to meet him at Wood y. Of the trailer by the Impact hic Ai Maxwell were named on the there less than six hours after whole front was demolished and Siors county in Ned to a a in no ii it i. A t ,.ji i you ii j Grunt july drawn in British note was received inf body of flu i Iro ill up j Boro for Tho War 1911 Oulu unit i ii pm j in 1 of by Milton Phi roil the reply Coroner Calls inquest i worn ii was included among Tye 12 alphas adors hands according to inc Story a Jug unit mrs drawn folded at the inquest Wylli or. D. Members of tin ii. Mills county Coroner called in body for tin. Corning year Tare mrs a thames City Hall. Monday morn or. In. Williams Jam a Curtis Aud inc. The truck drive. Leonard a. G. Kingsbury of Nevada ii. J. Wilke it Webster City had Stop j Birkestrand of Huxley Ray Craw Ped on the pavement and left the truck standing there while he ought for the and fair from a a a a Nurm. A to. 8wcr. So my. He warn of uie to Krymm of glory Ull j. ,.hanlbpr of dept a. 21,1i Tulc i m n Quot Quot a Ling monday to onside ills v1, Iso,bo.oe� debt pain out also i he grand jury will meet for tin Tim a a 1il. Ltd a a a a a ii outfit was an Essex coopt driven first time at in a. In. Monday Jan. A a Quot Ould by George m. Driver of Des Moines j a the first Day of the january term Jim u payment con who Wes of i. Way to do Moines. Of glory couely Dan trial Yourl. Silo win e nolo. While cordial. A farmhouse. A was hound for Des Moines and had Stopp d on the West Side of the a ement. Tire first car to rash into the in the it adore. Hands. Y. A in w Speed record in Diplo id estimating Iacy had been established. Two reasons for Stimson Nihil seemed apparent. First lire deadline on payment Only three Days away and lie wanted fwd of glib. L Vici tat oos of Perl London of his do isl a Mccallsburg. Ervin Cua of of. Oss. E. Hawks of Cambridge. M. Ii Shugart injured Sun. When train hit car Nevada Pete Shugart of Nevada suffered a broken Collar Bon arum a fractured rib Early sunday morning when the car he was driving was struck by a North wast pm passenger train at tue tracks in the North part of Nevada. It was reported that Shugart heard the signal Bells St the crossing but thought the Trail was some distance away and attempted to beat it across. His automobile was badly damaged. Seeks new record London a Amy Johnson Britain a Foremost woman Filer who won the England Capetown flight record last month from her bus band capt. James a. Moulton was flying Back from the Cape monday. She trying to break the 20-Day record for the round trip flight held i by the Duchess of Bedford. The coup overturned in the ditch. Fifty rial jurors for the Janu if Quot of a a a and caught Are. Or. Drivel ,.-ap Ary tem., scheduled to report at l lm1 Quot a 8.e a without injury and be and the porn. Monday. Jun. 9. Were St m truck Driver were cud adoring to drawn a follows ,5k, a rapping tin extinguish the Fla tue Wien the. J mrs. B. F Ambrose John Brodie 1j a 1 m "1 a Pontiac Sedan driven by Howard i red Weld. Mondo Gamble. C ii. Quot l i ,2 v 5f<l Ohi am a to. Truea in e. Jensen., Quot a a George Larson and Ari Barf Lisa int Lioneld the Nevada l j. Auf son. Huxley Cut a Quot by Lou d a a a Quot a a and n mrs. S. To. Blakeland. J. O. Twedt a it or Quot a it it and were sending hum Bach to an col be Wicks Kostand mrs. I a cd so change i he debt the Hospital in Manieh when a ply a Jay born mrs. Lester . J so continued on Page five Oscar Lii Laud Ami la. Of so void n City. J British Cabinet William v auth orly mrs. Fred a a m a Colby Ira Davis flank u. Frick meeting planned mrs. La. G. Hullda sleeve Irene Good London debate on the w in w. H. Lillard mrs. F. H. Lops i general a Esou of War debts other Snow storm. Temperatures of Zero were for for monday night in the Northern Hlf or the state of not under five above zen in the Southern sections. The cold wave was caused Funda i mentally by radiation of i Lensh i cold from the Snow Blanket which i lies Over the Middle West a rapid a Bailment of the condition was of Roosevelt want a i i in i Lut ing the next 36 ii oui wants nimothaf5ltlg has Alrea in in to head i Treasury i w Estern states. At Cheyenne. Wyo Cabinet Job open to Glass by Raymond Lapper v. P. Staff correspondent ash1ngton Llu a president elect Roosevelt May press for i his a new deals applied to the banking world by it w 2u b Iov Zero at Midnight and Zero at 7 a. In. Hied said t1&Quot Rise who not be quite rapid in Iowa but there would not be much lower temperatures after Sundown monday night than prevailed during the Day. The v appointing k me univ. I in senator Carter Glass of virginian when Bio Babiy y in Onti Nur a Collaborator in the Federal re a Snow ars falling. Serve act his Secretary of the i entire nation covered Treasury. The Winters first blizzard Man names of Likely Cabinet Choice tided the entire nation with Snow were brought Back to washing ton Over the week end by close friends of governor Roosevelt who gathered hero for the Gridiron dinner. Many Bud conferred with tile president elect in warm Springs ga., Anil Albany n. V. While the door was left open in All cases some reported Roosevelt Tias thinking favourably of an official family which in addition to senator Glass would include Newton d. Baker of Ohio. John w. Davis or new York. George dem of Utah miss i ran Cen Perkins and jct c Isidor Straus of new York. And added non episodes to the Saga of Many a endless fight against the elements. Snow fell from California and the Rocky mountains where record Low temperatures were reported to Tim Atlantic Seaboard. Virtually the entire Northern Hall of the country Felt the storms Rigours. Most dramatic of the incidents growing out of the storm was the fight of a five Man coast guard Crew which Rod out the Galea that whipped lab Erie into fury in the Fae of a blinding snot storm the guardsmen fought their Way Back to a Marble Siead o., his Tollson crashed into the truck third crash occurs the Rescue party had extricated the youth and his Young sister the capital was full of demo-1from West sister Island where the a a ratio politicians Moat of whom i bed if no to bring Back the Bod Quot it kist repeal Quot la the he note of la nation dry at Hie National fjfjzzf.j0 have a Flag Quot iffy to a sit Quot Cwm Quot convention of the anti Saloon league in Washington. While Eon n Quot r1 a governor Roosevelt said to i guardsmen rescued be especially anxious to have j who guardsmen had reached the senator Glass his Secretary of i Little in Riff whose Only inh Bitae the Treasury some friends re in the Lighthouse keeper George the storm broke. Mall cutters fear nation by governor Roosevelt to Quot re d h for the menus safety. And Kress holds Beer hearings Tho league framing new campaigns with their slogan their goal. Sergt. Alvin York War hero shown Here addressing the convention. Seated left to right Are f. Scott Mcbride superintendent and Bishop Ernest Richard in re a i i i a v. 7. In. President of the league. To it quota it a a a a a a n �?~�5s won guided indicating a Dele rut j rapped in Sun test your knowledge car you an4we, seven of these jest questions turn to Page two the an we. To Quot i-111 j Row a Dan Ani univ Cis by found cd a a vol a i Puli Lral ii Mahna called parishes son in he Blablo Iory so Quot it Vuzzi amp l a Quot Brj Jnet see a Quot a to Dlo re shed the by a a Quot . Role Lim opera Quot pee. _ what a round of in Mienl 9. To i to. I hoist it i a micral the United Stan a Terhi i Quot. By in it ult i Usu t drive or Speake Asies Chicago or a mayor Anton Zorniak monday launched a citywide drive against Speake Asies to prepare Chicago for the return of Beer under modification of the National prohibition Laws. The mayor estimated there were 5,000 Speake Asies and Beer Flats in the Cit he ordered thee Palicea j a Meca Luburg dosed. a seconal step he pre _ v v pared an ordinance to bring Lader f a a let it a police control All dispenser of a a a w. Vallort. Near Beer and similar malt Price a oot Etc. Kwag it. I Ley the mayor explained that Witalij a _ the closing of All Beer Flats and i similar places the legitimate soft drink Parlours drug stores and it lie dispensers of the present near be could Well afford to pay a License i of $200 or $250. At a single move the mayor feels j he will rid the City of dangerous Breeding places of crime and prepare conditions for the return of Beer. Don. Mrs. Maude Mettlin Zillah j will Start in the House of co Reed mrs. C. C. Ross Harry Bex Mons wednesday. Stanley a ton la. Spring and Kila Scakel j Ain acting prime minister i Ames. Noum cd in thax Iii Tea Ohi Bald an i no need in the House monday John Brierley Aud will i Lese. The British democrats May oppose Hoover women fight to Washington or a the first formal move against president Zearing la. A Brown. Orr Grose cared for the ss2f"lidl>.l Hwy a a a a a close Jacob Lee mrs. Ii. J. Nelson j meeting monday to decide be Cambridge e. Campbell Marie j tween further Ngoi on Holland Rollins mrs. F. P. Cat payment of its $95,500,Oom War Roll Joe Houge Sluter t. O. Reg debt instalment and outright do land Vars. Catherine mat ton cites must. Reorganization Are witnesses before committee i pursue his a new Deal a regardless of powerful opposition from financial interests j senator Glass Champion of the Glass banking Reform Bill j the last Man leading financial interests in new York would d b Inna i cutters ordered to the men Aid were forced Back to port. Finally Pilot Muter red hers Berger of put in Bay flew thru the blizzards and observed the Cutter huddled safely in the ice of the Island waiting until the Waves Oft r id r per 1932 delinquent tax list twice Large in 1931 lot Cut plan of j1rof m a a Nen Ada Tho a torn county lad 0ni among a t it in k delinquent tax list for 1932 printed cussed. In the Ames daily Tribune times j i flip government was jolted in continued of Page two Senate a leaders now a cad for / action on court in Ash i no ton. D it rep Uhli Luu a l democratic Senate monday to elves of several Lead Iii a Mcvicar i Tupil Sheti pfc to ass to dispose of farm organizations met Here Moil world court Issue at the pres Day in secret session to discuss i rots or session of Congress United action in urging a farm re 1 Bairan Borah of the bin ate Lief program upon Congress foreign relations committee said i \. O Neal president of la Quot 1 to take it up an j american farm Bureau federation i a a in a said Tho Mueh publicized Public a1-1 senator Walsh do Socrat Mon Inge Washington d a rep Ell consolidation program wus taken in the seat monday by senator King Democrat Utah who introduced a Resolution culling for disapproval of the recommendations. King. One of the set nato democratic leaders hair he approved some of the merge,.s proposed by or Hoover and intimated he sub i sequently would act to limit the disapproval Resolution Only to those Chang he opposes. The Resolution was not acted on by the Senate monday. Democrats in the House considered holding up hoovers re organi continued a Page two once wealthy Man held for a theft commits suicide new York a Jap Walter Clyde meanwhile prominent leaders of the women prohibition movement appeared Lefon the House ways and Means committee which seeking to we Rito a modification Bill which the House eau vote on bit Ore cd fist Mas. Arguments of the women wit Davis 50, until last june a wealth Nesses that modification would Washington it Ujj a significant action toward speeding a vote Oil prohibition in the Senate was taken monday the drive for immediate mod 11 Lea Hon of the volstead aet met staunch and heated feminine opposition before the Homo ways and Means committee. The Senate judiciary committee referred All prohibition repeal and modification measures before it to a sub committee headed by the outstanding anti prohibitionist sen Ator blame Republican Wisconsin i Langhorne Paur a a Moth Blaine said be would Call the group Jet gave Lier life monday in an un-1 together immediately. Successful attempt to Rescue her i want in control of the govern Wou 1 die Down late sunday night meat fiscal policies and the cd jul guardsmen caked with ice and Oral Reserve machinery. Glass stiff we exposure returned Scot intends to press his banking billk0 it be hardships they had in Iii this session. Important Bankers Are already Disi not Sii g Strat egy to defeat Tho measure with an Issue thus taking shape Between Wall Street and Tho explosive Collaborator of the Federal Reserve aet the informs continued on Page two Mother gives life in Effort to save her tiny daughter and Indue it la i Colorado banker committed suicide in he cell a police had Quarter monday whip l. Wll Sou i Ana who Leader of he pro ourt awaiting extradition in charges or f tin tie audient i. Recoil to or rid a i. Bring unprecedented drunkenness and weaken the nation moral Fibre Brot applause from a by in a three year old daughter from their burning Hogue. Mrs Mary Hennessey 40, after carrying Lier two sons. Matthew jr., to and William 12. From the House returned to the crib of the baby. Alice. So collapsed on the floor beside the bed Ami both were burned to death. Dared rile storm Brot perils to the a Lions aviator. Two National guard fliers a Ere killed in a crash in new Jersey but the Accident was not attributed directly to the storm \ second plane with two men aboard was missing on a flight from Burlington vt., to Covington a. The plane route was thru an Ana filled with swirling Snow. Kiddies see first Snow san Francisco children delighted in the first real Snow for coasting and Snow bailing they had Ever seen. Weather Bureau record collectors continued or Page two aunt Lindy says ii included were l. J. Taber Mas roup of he committee said i am tor action at this Short session i think it Shouby be do official newspaper lot Tho first ter 0j to National Grange y 6. Rosed of quickly miscible. Time saturday was twice Large Joh Oit general manager and let. A a the Tux list printed Iii 1931, the list occupying Aevon pages of the in or ref i Republican Penn president of the american Cotton Sylvania an Amiul stration hade cooperative association and c a 8�w newspaper offered for Sale approx Luff present farm erg National a i hop it eau be dim wed of. I Matey 1,000 pieces of Pion deity Irani corporation a Good Deal depends on the a tit compared Quot approximately 2,000 1 other organizations represent it d Home of this internal onal debt la ,1 i a 1 Iwert it he National Farmers uni in the tax Sale usually Beld the be National love Stock marketing Senate majority Leati Salson first monday in december was association the National fruit Ami however predicted defeat of the Impf Pond this year to gov Petrous vegetable marketing Assoc latin a. Vv0l a ourt Resolution if Tiro up on the list att Opportunity Lovatt he National cooperative Mill. Bro Llis session. Embezzling $1,000,000. He was charged with taking the Money from the Colorado Springs building and loan association of the witnesses led by mrs. 11 Miry by Peabody claimed to represent to too too organized women. They presented medical lost the Las. Mote a a eld the lit t m Al la court i ouse in i pc milk Nev Mie Dueer federation and the North a a this had Belt by ii Aion Iii january we a a it kudu u a a Jyh in hot to Btu he said a dlr they bring it up it co Pool. Will by beaten a which it was president he had Mony denying the claims of wets been arrested by detectives who j that 2.75 of 3 per cent Beer non bad seen his picture in a detective j intoxicating they challenged also Story Magazine. The estimates of anti prohibition Davis told police lie Bud signed Isis to the amount of Revenue a Over his lights to $600.too Worth Beer tax would yield. Of Colorado r a1 estate for friends members of the subcommittee in to make what restitution a addition to Blain were Sana tors possible he bad $200 which he i Borah Republican Ida. Herbert re said was All that was left of a once publican u. Walsh Democrat Large Fortune since last Jinn he j Mont and Dill. Democrat Wash had lived in a w York an t in Sui j Horah one of four judiciary Ope making two trips abroad in j commit t or to it a in d option re a Lei the name of a Rudd to Chin a altho ii a Bas said lie Boone trial recalls Iowa farm strike Boone i i echoes of the j Farmers strike were heard in Dis j Triel courtroom Here monday tvs a i. Al Lekanger and Truman Caid i Well went on rial on charges of i destroying produce. The two men Farmers and pre j sum ably members of the Farmers Holiday association allegedly i dumped a Load of Cream at the out i skirts of Boone while the farm j strike movement was at its height would Pirt any alteration of i Pioli billion if in ids judgment to i would improve conditions a few Little men make a big town seem Little and a few big men make a Little j town seem big. I

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