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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - March 22, 1933, Ames, Iowa A Page two Ames daily Tribune times Ames. Iowa wednesday March 22 1933. Buy better in Ames in Terr. Locals Charle Robison prominent Story county Tamer residing near Nevada w by removed saturday from Bis county Home to the Iowa sanitarium. condition of or. Robi son who has Bein seriously ill for the past Lew a teen w Ith pneumonia and heart unease remains unchanged. Or. Ann or. W h. Grove were business callers in Nevada tues Day. No change is reported in the condition of Fred Downs who is ill at his heme 712 Duff senile. Or. Downs was taken ill monday evening. Mrs a. I. Clark who has been a patient at the Mary Greeley bos pia1 for nearly three years wa3 aisle to be removed to her Home on Risse i a clue tuesday. Miss Maytha Lowman underwent Ait operation for appendicitis moodily afternoon at the Mary Greeley Hospital. She is getting along very nicely. Jap puns for invasion bared chinese find paper on dead officer i Geneva. Be a the chinese delegation to the league of nations announced Quot wednesday that Dpt us of a japanese plan to in a Jade China proper including the regions of piping and tientsin and As far South a Tainan had fallen into Chines hands. plan said to have been found on the body of a dead japanese artillery officer was entitled a a realer Mancho Kim a and included details of invasion of both Alsopp and Shantung provinces tie chinese said. delegation announced that general to Yang Chang. Chinese minister of War Reni sorted a japanese plan to blockade chinese ports and bombard Tusk and tientsin owing to recent japanese reverses at the great Wall. 300 chinese annihilated Tokio. Use it a three Hundred chinese were killed in a single encounter wednesday in Manchuria japanese dispatcher received Here said. chinese described As bandits were annihilated by machine gun fire and a Bayonet charge when japanese a a policing Manchuria surrounded the Force at Isaac Bienfang. Simultaneously it was Anontine i that the Manthou Kazan govern ent had ordered lie commissioner at Harbin to protest soviet action in allowing followers of general us Ping Wen to return to China. They had been driven into Siberia front hello Klang province Manchuria. Mopping up unions continued on the Jebel front. Bombing planes of the Imperial array dropped t explosives on a Force of 200 chinese entrenched not a Ituau Kow in Jehiol province. Funeral notices Coover funeral services for mrs. To. F Coover who died monday night in Rochester minn., will be held from the congregational Church. Thursday at la p. In. Rev. Ii. K. Hawley pastor of the Church and the Rev. Nelson p. Horn director of religious activities at Iowa state College will officiate. Burial will be in the College cemetery. Reservations will be made for the Ames chapters Aarn and to of the p. E. O. Sisterhood. Ben j. Koos president of the local Al Wattle club sustained a dislocated shoulder tuesday in a fall on the icy sidewalks. condition of Clark Scarle Hunt Street who suffered a stroke March la is reported to be unchanged. Mrs. C. J. Saunders returned to Ames tuesday from fort Dodge where she visited a few Days in the h. S. Vincent Home. Mrs. Saunders is the House Mother at the Chi Omega sorority. Or. And mrs. M. C. Hannon were business callers in Nevada saturday. 4\fr. And mrs. Frank Akin and family of Corning spent the week end in Ames where they visited with or. Akins Mother mrs. Ells Akin and also with his sister mrs. A l. Allan and family. No change is reported in the condition of the Rev. C. C. Dit la Vou who is seriously ill at his Home with pneumonia. Rev. Or. Dili Avoux a sister mrs. Hattie Ritchson arrived tuesday evening from Peoria 111. Willard freed a student at Iowa state College whose Back was injured in an automobile Accident a few Days ago in Boone was Able to be removed to Ames tuesday he was Brot to the College Hospital Here in an ambulance. Or. Freed had been a patient in the Boone county Hospital. Or am mrs. E a. Eerie 707 Kellogg Avenue will go to Union thursday where they will attend the funeral services for mrs. Cortex brother the late Tyler e. Valentine 48. Who passed away March 17 at his Home in Oakland Cal. Death War due to heart disease. Harvey Lam la year old son of or. An i mrs. H. L. Lantz underwent a Throat operation monday in the office of an Ames physician Harvey is doing very nicely. Or. And mis. L. A. Alcott and mrs a. I. Alcott returned tuesday morning Quot rom def Moines where they mad been called by the death of mrs. A coup a Uncle the late John Franklin who passed away wednesday afternoon. deceased had been a resident of Des Moines for More than 30 years. group spent five Days in Des Moines. Mrs. L. B. Couch who has been spending the Winter months in Phoenix an., and who was called to Des Moines last week by the death of be brother the late John Franklin is spending some time in tile Home of her daughter mrs. A. I. Alcott and family. Mrs. Couch was accompanied to Iowa by her son in Law. A. I. Alcott who bad spent the Winter months in Texas visiting we to i is parents. Out our Way by William Roosevelt Sions 3.2 beverage Bill continued from Page one. I will legalize the beverage after april 6. text said that the product a not Only has that Fine Mellow Tang and a body of the old world Beers but tile same health giving rag Lii. Macdonald lacks France s pledge continued from Page one to Ltd or the treaty As proposed by Mussolini Are Italy France England and Germany. I ador the agreement reached informally in Macd onside conferences with Daladier it appeared a conference of represent at Ives of the four nations pc Chabej will discuss the treaty p an in detail. No definite arrangements Lave been made for Sulci a conference during the Hasty tour of Macdonald and Simon from Geneva to Rene and then to Paris the French feel that their nation has been placed in an embarrassing position. They Are unable to reject he muss Ollil Macdonald plan since doing so would place on them Thi a a Capon Nihi Lity for breaking up the peace talks. Yet they Are thoroughly opposed to either Leviston of the world War treaties or abandonment of the Little entente both of which Are involved. Premie Daladier reserved final decision until he consults with the remainder of his Cabinet and the foreign affairs commission. San Francisco 0>�?california�?Ts 240,000 citizens of italian origin were irate wednesday As they paused in route to their wine casks to see if grape presses were Good for another season. They re hoped Congress would legalize to per cent wines. Instead they got w hat they consider a particularly obnoxious form of soda pop. A what a Mario Perossa was asked a do you think of Thig 3.2 per cent wine Congress authorized today a or. Perasso is president of the italian chamber of Commerce. He is a Jovial Man. But the question pained him. A we will not drink the concoction a he declared. A they May attempt to foist it upon the Public but no wine Drinker will like it any better than Beer drinkers relished near some 4,500,000 Italo americans in the United states Perasso continued will continue making their own wine in their basements. A this stuff will not be wine a he declared. A it will not taste like wine. It will not have the Fine vintners of the 3.2 per cent product will have a poor Market Perasso predicted. A Between 100,000,000 and 150, 000,000 Gallons of wine is now consumed in the United state in a year a he explained. A the ridiculous substitute will not take any part of that Market. Public May be curious to Sample this new soda pop. But it cannot find a permanent runaway boy Home Donald Farber. 14, who ran away from his Home at 1221 Burnet Avenue a week ago returned Home wednesday from Hastings neb where he was Given shelter by police monday. Officers Titer communicated with chief Vav. J. Cure and transportation was provided tuesday night the boy returning to amet by train. Done to fail to visit our Corset dept. During c omit week this week Sam How and Why you should build your wardrobe on a for fit foundation Quot it in us Quot Girdle Ris Are featuring or Assi Iris and the famous creations with patented Plush lined brassiere features and two Way stretch girdles and Girdle Iris the supple creations for women of action. Tilden a dependable since a h68 rites thursday for mrs. Cd Over p. E. O. Chapters will attend in body funeral services for mrs. Effie r. Coover wife of prof. Winfred f. Coover head of the chemistry department at Iowa state College will be held thursday at 3 p. Rn., from the congregational Church. Rev. H. K. Hawley pastor of the Church and the Rev. Nelson p. Horn director of religious activities at Iowa state will officiate. Burial will be in the College cemetery. Members of the three Ames chapters of the p. E. O. Sisterhood will attend the services As a group. Mrs. Coover died monday night in Rochester minn., where she had gone six weeks ago for an operation. Born at Peru ind., mrs. Coover was educated in the Peru schools and attended College at Manchester in North Manchester ind. She later was graduated from Otter Bein College at Westerville o., where she met prof. Coover while he was a student there. His Home then was at Dayton Following graduation she taught school three years at Tipton ind. Married in 1904 on dec. 28, 1904, prof. And mrs. Coover were married. next month they came to Ames where professor Coover had been an instructor in chemistry for a year. They had resided Here since. Professor Coover having been head of the chemistry department since 1913. Mrs. Coover became greatly interested in kindergarten work and after attending a series of lectures by mine. Montessori in new York City she established a kindergarten in her own Home on the Campus. This school was conducted for four years. La she was an Active member of j the majority Leader will introduce the Ames congregational Church and for several years had been superintendent of the kindergarten of the sunday school. Closely associated with Ames social and club activities she attained considerable prominence for her work in various capacities. Silvas Long a member of the faculty women a club and served As club president for one year. Active in p. E. O. work of the p. E. O. Sisterhood greatly attracted her Aud Aho was a member of a chapter serving a year As Prei ident. And since organization of to chapter had been a member of that group. She also was a member of the american association of University women. Instrumental in organization of the chemistry Circle a group of wives of members of the chemistry faculty she served As chairman of the Circle. Both professor and mrs. Coover were members of a neighbourhood club which had maintained social contacts and Friend ship since 1915 among neighbors in the Vicinity of the Coover real Dent 2121 storm Street. Mrs. Coover is survived by her husband two children Ned and Marjorie two Sisters mrs. W. D Johnston of Waterloo and or Frank Hostetler of Puente Cal. Two Brothers w. L. Richer of san Marino Cal., and i. N. Richer of los Angeles. Roosevelt s plan for jobs blocked continued from Page one gathered in work Camps under strict discipline and then set to work upon reforestation and reclamation projects. army would be recruited As nearly As possible in proportion to the unemployment existing in the several states. No right to pension or compensation other than that expressly provided in the measure would arise from enrolment. Neither would discharges from the corps be permitted except under such rules and regulations As the president May direct. For these a a soldiers having wives and other dependents an involuntary allotment would be made to them from his pay similar to the system in Vogue during tie world War. Verbal fireworks Are expected thursday when chairman Walsh of the Senate education and labor committee orders open hearings on the Bill. committee was slated to meet thursday in execute session to decide on the sex i tent of testimony. Dispatch of the unemployment message from the White House marked a Start on the fifth major project instituted since or. Roosevelt a inauguration. Three already have met with favourable action. They were banking emergency legislation Beer and Economy. fourth agriculture is pending. Immediate funds to finance the program will be obtained from a $200,000,000 unexpended balance of Public works appropriations in the Treasury. whole program. In initial stages at least will come under the joint supervision of miss Perkins first woman Cabinet officer and Secretary of War dem. House leaders undisturbed by grumblings of the rank and file calmly made plans for speedy passage. When the right timer comes party whips will crack. Speaker Rainey said after a Brief conference with party lenders a i know or. Connery will not introduce the Bill. But or. Byrus an a Stow e 4u hou8e approves new parm Bill co Moil Page Trad Calli for a Bond Issue of perhaps. $30,000,000,000 to ease the farm mortgage Burden. A Bond Issue of Ioco would be necessary Speake j Kaindoy it explained if the government took Over the entire far in mortgage Burden of the nation. Rainey explained that Nuder terms of the measure mortgage holders will be Given the privilege of trading them for pm runt eat Bonds bearing a lower rate of interest. Farmer and the Small Home owners thus would have the privilege of paying Oft their obligations Over a Long term of years. Only sacrifice of the mortgagee would be the acceptance of a lower interest rate. And Best of All said Rainey the plan would cos the government nothing. Bonds would be Mold in an amount up to $30,-000,000,000 if necessary and then would be retired As Farmers pay ult their debts. It. It will pass As soon As the labor committee has finished indications were that if the la Hor committee followed its chair Man in his Bolt it would suddenly find itself without jurisdiction Over the Bill. A president Green of the a. F. Or a. In his denunciation of the Bill said a labor will be greatly alarmed because it will fear that the imposition of a form of compulsory service under military control and army rates of pay will depress and lower wage Scales and wage stand Anis paid and Ista blushed for similar a. Asks Tariff on Black strap Contin cd from Page due rounds of debate. Unofficial estimates of the reductions that would be sought in the Appl it or a toni when the Bill comes of t set the budget Slasher Well Over a million dollars a year for the next by pm thu. a entity seemed anxious to get the 11pert, Bill passed and out of the w a before any further controversies to reduce the majority the democrats claim to Havo on the vet Issue. Sci Eal Bill was completed tuesday after three weeks of work la Tho of Oral Tco hat was appoint d to prepare it. It immediately was sent to the tufting committees. As reported out for passage the Hill provides Quot or mass conventions of v a to cd Dtra Pach of the 99 counties one wet and one dry Delegate to be nominated. to vote on the constitutional amendment would be held within 39 Day after the election would b a on tin fourth monday after the proclamation calling it i he been is fled by the governor. Each Delegate notel Natl at Tho county it would be required to certify Hie vote a for or oppose d n prohibition repeal with the county auditor and the names would then go to the seer tary of Tate who would prepare the ballot. Three ticket would he presented to Tho voter one carrying the names of de a ates for repeal another the de rates opposed to repeal and third would provide space in w Bleo the names of candidates might be written in by those opposed dolt Gates elected in Convent n. Powers of the boart of con sur Vulon were enlarged by the passage of the put Bills which a to Abl 41 w Abich i pot sumy it and traffic rules in state owned land to improve and beautify state owned land to sell or Trade state property and use the proceeds to Issue land patents. Bills already passed by the House now go to the governor for signature. Another Bill passed by the Senate which the representatives have already approved makes the election of police judges optional instead of mandatory in cities. Roy twit funeral is held wednesday Slater a funeral services were conducted from the Bethlehem Church Here wednesday afternoon for Roy twit three year old son of or and mrs. De twit of near Cambridge we bodied at the Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames sunday afternoon following an operation for ruptured appendix. Burial was in the Slater cemetery. Roy was born on a farm a Short distance West of Kelley where the family lived until a year ago when they moved to the farm near Cambridge. Signs tax Bill Springfield Iii i let a gov. Hnry Horner wednesday signed the sales tax Bill putting into effect in Illinois a three per cent tax on All retail sales from april i 1933 to july i 1935 i end wintry period Des Moines us �?1th Brief Ray grip of Winter on the state was believed by Charles ii Reed Federal meteorologist to be definitely broken wednesday As warmer temperatures were melting the heavy week end snowfall in the Northern part of the state Reed anticipated higher temperatures wednesday and thursday with possible cloudiness and some precipitation from a storm area South of Iowa. Temperatures to be expected in various parts of the state As predicted by Reed follow North West 22 purees above hero Northeast 20 Southwest 30 and Southeast 28 Tonitte and thurs. Mat. Daily 25c with Joan Blondell Ricardo Cortez Ginger Rogers Adrienne ame extra the late Ftp i i10un<j pc. Lures of Southern California earthquake a free Wheeling a our gang comedy it s their Best to Date Cah toon a news Clouds retard thawing Here temperatures that fell to a min toni of 22 degrees in Ames Over night and clouded skits on wednesday greatly retarded the in eral thaw that commenced tuesday afternoon to melt away the recent snowfall in spite of a 40-degree temperature at noon thawing was not extensive. Temperature Reading at the municipal Light Plant were tuesday 2 p. Rn., 35 3 p. Rn., 36 4 p. Rn., 35 5 p. Rn., 35 6 p. Rn., 33 7 p. Rn., 32 8 p. Rn., 31 9 p. In., 30 to p. Til., so la p. In., 29 12 p. Rn., 28 wednesday i a. Ut., 27 2 a. In26 3 a. Rn., 25 4 a. Rn., 23 5 a. In 23 6 a. Rn., 22 7 a. Th., 22 8 a. In. 26 9a. In 30 to a. Rn., 34 la a. In 39 12 a 40 j p. In., 39 2 p. Rn., 39. Maximum temperature 3 tuesday 36 degrees 2 35 a to 3 05 a m. Minimum wednesday 22 degrees 5 15 to 7 17. A. In. T barometer rising Reading 29.35 inches at 2 p in. Two sentenced to men reformatory Nevada Virgil Long 24, and Merle Barbee 18, both of Baxter pleaded guilty to charges of break ing and entering before judge in e. Fry in District court Here tuesday afternoon and were each sentenced to indeterminate sentences not to exceed to year in the men reformatory at Anamosa. two youths were arrested to Des Moines March 13 after break ing into the school House the Schauper filling station and the Hale Grain elevator at Collins. March 9. They had bit the town in a car stolen from the Fred Mead Home. automobile was later found abandoned near Mitchellville. A tile government is issuing vast quantities of new Money hot off the presses a says a Washington dispatch. Lets Hope it wont to hot enough to Burn a Hole to the pocket. % the he men of fun in the funniest film they Ever made the worlds wont expedition into the land of wild women and missing virtue is a sin and a kiss a Sample of painless death. Capito today and thurs. 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