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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - May 3, 1932, Ames, Iowa Circulation the average daily circulation of the amen Dally f Ioune time for the six month ending december 31, 1931 was 4,874. Antes s t o r Tribune times county a d a i i. Y weather forecast mostly unsettled probably a homers tuesday night or wednesday cooler tuesday night in extreme West portion and in Central and North portions wednesday. Volume Liv official amen and Story county paper Ames Iowa tuesday May 3, 1932. United press full leased wire service to. 200annual Vei Shea to Start thursday now sen. Fess confesses to Puroll Craft daughter in Law Way Back in Ohio on clerical list by Raymond Clapper United press staff correspondent copyright 1932, by United Prees Washington being not Only a United states senator but also chairman of the Republican National committee. Senator Sim Eon d. Fess of info la a very Busy Man indeed. That is Why he must have secretaries scattered around in various places. He has several in his senatorial office on Capitol Hill. He has others in Bis Republican National committee Headquarters downtown but Here the taxpayer sets a break because these Are not on the government payroll. Senator fess also has his daughter in Law doing a clerical work Quot to her Home in Toledo Ohio at $2.-200 a year government Money. Dorothy fess is listed a the official congressional directory As one of the assistant clerks of the Senate Library committee of which her father in Law i chairman. Her address is Given in this directory issued last january As the Carlton botel Here. But when this correspondent called her there the desk clerk said senator fess lived there but he could t recall any one named Dorothy fess. She lives with her husband. Lehr fess s lawyer in Toledo and former parliamentarian of the House of representatives Here when his father was in that Branch. Senator fess is not singled out As unique in doing this. The practice la common in both houses and in both parties. The Senate democratic Leader has a brother in Law the president of a Bank in Little Rock. Ark., on the Senate payroll. Speaker Garner has his son on the payroll to represent him in Uvalde Tex. Rep. Henry t. Rainey House democratic Leader May As he did in an interview with the United pre last we condemn this practice As a Means of building continued on Page two Ransom awaits youths return j Aid of Chicago s a secret six a anti crime organization has been invoked it is reported by a wealthy Joliet 111., wholesale grocer in the search for kidnappers of his son Gustav Miller 22, pictured Here. The father. Max Miller reportedly is prepared to pay $50,000 for his songs return. Farmers meet to plan strike 1,2oo attend session in Des Moines Gas company cuts optional rate 30 cents City Council approves schedule at monday meeting a further reduction in Gas rate in Ames became effective monday night when City Council approved the optional rates offered by the Iowa railway and Light corporation. With the Flat rate for the first 3,000 cubic feet to Domestic con burners at $4.50 instead of $4.80 which the company previously charged. It the Council a tvs littoral de that the committee to which the optional rate schedule was referred at the last Council meeting had succeeded in obtaining this conces Sion from the company. The Council approved the optional rate schedule As previously announced with this change. The original a rate ordinance provides that the Gas company May Institute optional rates provided that such rates Are made available to All persons or commercial and Industrial concerns failing within such classification and provided further that the Council approve such optional rates. Hence it was deemed necessary to pass a ordinance covering the optional rates and the approval was granted merely on a motion. Customers protected new rates fail to yield total fund expected Washington Ile a emergency increases in freight rates authorized by the interstate Commerce commission in an Effort to save rail Road credit Are not netting the roads As much As was estimated the report of the Railroad credit corporation revealed tuesday. W Hen the increases were authorized it was estimated that they would bring the railroads $115, 000,000 added Revenue each year. From january 4, when the rates be came effective until March i the added Revenue totalled Only $9,-334,239 98. The Railroad credit corporation which uses the proceeds of the rate increases As a loan fund to assist roads about to default in interest and maturity payments does not receive the collections until 50 Days after the end of the collection month. Consequently today s re port includes Only january and february income. Turning Back history s pages George Washington is a a inaugurated again in Shadow of Modem skyscrapers 78 convention votes at stake California Alabama s. Dakota voting Bank Bandit fes the men captives Al Reno okla. Flie a three men kidnapped by a Bandit in flight from the looted Bank at Union City returned to their Homes he tuesday. They were released at Cordell about 4 a. In. After a harrowing afternoon and night flight from More than too horsemen who pressed close to the Bandit. The kidnapper Bandit continued his flight. The captives three banners Alvin and Elmer we hate and E. Wells their Uncle were kidnapped near Banner late monday by the Bandit who looted the Union City Hank and Post office of $1,286. A g. O. P. Caucuses Are called for this week Des Moines Ile a Iowa farm Era moved tuesday to declare a Farmers Holiday at a meeting Here which was attended by approximately 1,200 Farmers representing most counties in the state. A permanent organization was created with Milo Reno past president of the Iowa Farmers Union As chairman to draft a plan whereby Iowa a United Farmers will cease Selling any of their products until they can secure the Cost of production plus a reasonable profit representatives of All three major farm organizations were present at the meeting and cheered vigorously As Glen b. Miller president of the Iowa Farmers Union criticised the Republican administration and demanded that the Farmers de Clare a Quot when it is evident beyond a doubt a Miller shouted above the applause a that you Farmers can to get Aid from the politicians you should Stop Selling for less than production costs. A if a Holiday id Good for the Bankers to save the Banks and if Bankers refuse to serve the Public at a loss then by the eternal gods the Farmers Are entitled to the same Miller said that the Republican Campaign promises of 1928 have been a just an All Day sucker to keep the american Farmers quiet while the party and the capitalists who control it went on ravaging the Farmers of their private As the audience arose to cheer this remark Miller added a the Federal farm Board and the Hoover pledges Are just a baby teething ring to keep you satisfied with 16 by United press be Enty Elgut votes at the demo since passage of the original Gas cratic National convention in Chi rate ordinance in february the j Cago were at stake tuesday in company has charged its full do j three state primaries with chief Mystic rate. Customers however were permitted to sign contracts taking advantage of optional rates when permission to Institute these had been granted and the differ ence now will be credited to each customer according to the information Given the Council. Interest entered in California where three candidates Are in the Field. California s primary was the first test of strength of. The Boom for John n. Garner speaker of the House of representatives who is the it ii backed on the coast by William g. A it him i Mcadoo one time candidate for cockade hats and powdered wigs mingled incongruously with silk toppers and Swallow Tail Coats As new York bridged the Gap of 143 years to re enact the inauguration of George Washington. That old would to opened before he Democrat a presidential Nomad. Alloo Garner la opposed in Call continued on Page two precinct Republican caucuses cent oath 22-cent Corn and $3 have been called this week thru out Story county for the purpose of election of 137 delegates to the county convention and to nominate township officers com Waitte eneu and committee women h. W. Stafford chairman of the county Republican Central committee states that All caucuses must be held this week before saturday. Federal deficit $2,334,105,142.62 Washington Olp a the gov eminent closed to months of the present fiscal year with a deficit of $2,334,105,142.62, As com pared with $886,773,237.87 of the corresponding period a year ago the Treasury announced tuesday. The total Gross Public debt on april 30 was $18,596,695,430.92, As compared with $16,324,581, 292.37 on april 30 a year ago. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page 5 for the answers. 1. What is a Barracuda 2. In classical mythology what Quot As the Rod borne by Hermes or Mercury called 3. What state is represented in the Senate by Pat Harrison 4. Who was the Mother of Tho biblical character Samuel what is a rapier Foj has Switzerland a Navy a which City in the u. S. Is furthest South 6. What two United states senators Are Blind 9. In what county is the City of Alexandria a ? 10. What is the distance Between Home plate Aud Eliot Bate neither gov. Dan w. Turner nor i Don to convention w Charles e. Hearst president of the is usually control. Continued on Page two S. Troops japanese near clash in China Shanghai Flop a United states infantry troops forced a japanese raiding party to real re from the american defense sector of Shanghai tuesday night after a japanese raid in which the doughboy were called out to defend chinese civilians from the raiders. The japanese retired stubbornly threatening to return in Force regardless of the americans if any More stones were thrown by chinese across the Creek into the japanese sector As they alleged had been done. A clash Between the americans and japanese was narrowly averted when japanese marines from the Chapel District crossed Soo Chow Creek into the american Sec tor. Municipal police sought the Aid of the thirty first u. S. Infantry to curb the japanese maltreatment of chinese civilians in the sector. More than 20 chinese were injured some being taken to the Hospital in a serious condition. Navy dirigible in test flight Lakehurst n. J. Ile a with a party of Navy officials from Washington on Board the Navy dirigible Akron left the naval air station tuesday for a series of Speed tests along the new Jersey coast. The ship was in charge of comma Der Charles e. Rosendale and 99 men were on Board. The Akron is to leave Lakehurst about May 7 for a flight to the Pacific coast where she will participate in elect Maneu vers j sen. Brookhart opens drive on foes in primary Washington. Up a Federal taxation to prevent anyone earning More than 4 per cent a year and redistribution of wealth to give employment and a living wage to every family was advocated by senator Smith w. Brookhart Republican Iowa As he came Back to his Home town met nday night to make a Campaign a seat is contested by five republicans in the primary election next month. The incumbent senator s speech Here was his first of a series he plans to make thru out the state in an Effort to assure himself the nomination at the polls rather than permitting the contest to he decided in convention. Such a contingency would arise if no candidate among the six entered should poll 35 per cent of the total ballot. Brookhart recognized this possibility after he bad Bel bored his various opponents monday night. He charged that a a ruthless gang a was scheming a to get the Nomona Here the Boss the senator predicted however that he will not Only win the nomination hut will have 20,000 or More votes above the required 35 per cent. Fornias primary where 44 votes will be selected by Franklin d. Roosevelt and Alfred e. Smith. In Alabama two slates have been named for the 24 votes. One is i pledged to Roosevelt and the other j is Quot uninstructed but not necessarily opposed to Roosevelt. In South Dakota the primary for i the democrats is a Mere formality of naming to delegates who will vote for Roosevelt at Chicago. The Republican primaries in South Dakota attract the most attention with two slates one pledged to president Hoover and the other pledged to a Quot progressive Quot candidate. Russia presents memorandum to Geneva session Geneva. a soviet Russia presented a memorandum to the arms conference tuesday declaring that in accepting the Resolution to reduce armaments to the lowest level Russia intends beforehand a1 of the City Council towering skyscrapers formed a strangely contrasting background As Tho photo upper left shows. When the oath taking ceremonies were staged in a replica of Federal Hall in Bryant Park. Mayor James a Walker in modern formal attire presented a striking sartorial contrast to a Tho father of his country a a portrayed by Kenneth Murchison As is seen upper right. A colonial color guard marched again lower left proudly bearing aloft 13-starred flags. Lower right you see a a Washington in a heroic pose As he arrived at the foot of Wall Street aboard a colonial Barge equipped with Gas engines. And note his aide at left consulting a wrist watch hidden beneath a lace cuff Richard Dav to Lead Chi band will direct Junior group also Richard Day director of the baud and orchestra at the Central Junior High school was named monday night As director of the Ames municipal band and of the City juvenile band for the 1932 summer season at a salary of $300. Appointment of or. Day was on recommendation of the band organization and by official approx better Homes week schedule changed a change in schedule for the showing of Ames Homes in the better Homes week demonstration was announced tuesday by miss Joanne Hansen chairman of the Campaign in Ames. The Home of Dean and mrs. C. Ii St amp nge 421 Ash Avenue will he open wednesday from 3 to 5 p. I instead of on thursday As previously announced. The Home of miss Edna of Bryan 1424 Burnett Avenue will not be opened on sunday As announced. To a consider the existence of neigh Boring states which have violated International obligations safeguarding the reference was generally believed to be to Japan. Japanese delegates to the world disarmament conference tuesday attacked aircraft carriers and warships equipped with Landing decks. In which categories of the United states excels Japan. Youth bound Over on Gas station charge Raymond Paulson was arraigned in municipal court late monday on a charge of breaking and entering in the night time. He waived a hearing and was hound Over to the grand jury under $1,500 Bond in default of which he will be held in the county jail to await action of the grand jury. Paulson Wras arrested saturday afternoon and is said to have con fessed to police chief w. J. Cure that he broke into the Phillips Petroleum company service station at fifth Street and Burnett Avenue. Friday night escaping with a Small amount of Cash. The question of the band directorship was suddenly thrown before the organization after of had been previously announced prof. Oscar Hatch Hawley would conduct the band again this year. The Council was informed that prof. Hawley who received $300 from Tho band fund last summer had refused to accept legs than $500 this year but that a few hours prior to tile Council meeting he had agreed to reduce his demand to $450. The band contemplated paying the director $300, and an additional $150 to or. Day to direct the juvenile band. First band practice the first band practice took place monday night with prof. Hawley absent. George havens president of the band conducted continued on pe0 seven Capone whines curses reporters As he awaits removal to prison will accompany Auto thieves dope Ped Lars counterfeiters in prison car Chicago a Al Capone this his capital of crime whence sulked in his county jail cell j he Drew millions in Revenue tuesday cursing those who it from liquor vice and gambling sought to see him before he stormed in his cell last arrange starts tonight for Leavenworth ments were made for sending Penitentiary to begin serving the him to the Federal Penitentiary la years he must spend behind at Leavenworth Kan the Coney Island Barkeep who built an underworld Empire in Defiance of Law and order will his leave in a few hours for prison his Empire shattered his Defiance shrunk to the whining of a common criminal. The fat gangster whose scarred face became symbolic of the murderous terror of the gangs is expected to depart tuesday night he Shook his j in company of a Carload of convicted dope paddlers Auto thieves bars for income tax evasion. A go to hell you Lousy rats a the a Oscar face bellowed when newspaper men approached cell. A want to take me for a ride some More he Well in a not talking see get to Bell out of the 265-Pound gangster trembled with rage. His face went a sickly purple fist. While Tho Man who once Rill and counterfeiters to Start a to de the Chicago gangs with a year sentence for defrauding the Chino gun and bomb making continued on Page two Churchman fears for Hubbard Lanning produce co. Merges with Nash Finch firm huge concern takes Over Branch houses at Ames and Marshalltown merger of the Hubbard Lanning company of Ames and Marshalltown with the Nash Finch company of Minneapolis Gigantic wholesale produce concern was announced tuesday ii p. Black manager of the atties Branch which will hereafter be known As the Hub god Lanning Branch of the Nash Finch company. The merger was effective a of May i following negotiations Over the past Mouth. The Ames warehouse is located at 115-117 Kellogg Ai Enue. The Nash Finch company operates 200 branches in eight states and in Canada with about 35 Brok a rage houses in addition scattered front coast to coast the company operates its own Coffee Plant in Mapp Tapha in matting Coffee under the Trado name of a a Nash s toasted it also provides a Market for several Gigantic fruit growing farms and ranches in the South Aud Southwest the Hubbard Lanning company was first organized in Ames about 12 years ago and reorganized two years ago when or. Black came to Ames As manager. The company also had a Bunnell in Marshalltown now consolidated with the Nash Finch Marshalltown Branch. The company handles fruits produce candies and specialities and now will Market the special Brand of Coffee in this Section the state officers of the Hubbard la Nina company were i. Robner president u. J. Basdai vice president and miss Vera Asher Secretary Aud treasurer All of Marshalltown. Miss Asher will remain in that Ca Luon tin tied of Bago two a cancer healer Des Moines us a the state supreme court tuesday summoned Norman Baker. Muscatine Quot cancer specialist a to answer a complaint by the state Board of health that he had continued practising Medicine in Iowa without a License despite injunction of the state supreme court. The summons constituted a charge of contempt of court. Baker was enjoined from practising Medicine in Iowa on june 16, 1931, and the Board of health contended in a Brief submitted to the court tuesday that he had continued to practice in contempt of the court order by giving directions to persons in his employee As to the ministration of patients in Baker Hospital at Muscatine the courts order will be sent to sheriff Fred b Nesper of Muscatine county for service on Baker. It orders Baker to ofter within ten Days of Bervie arguments to show Why he should Atlantic City n. J. Bijj a de i crying the fact that a the fort is of evil were never More aggressive i More defiant than they Are today the it. Rev. William f. Anderson i retiring Bishop of Boston in the episcopal address before the general conference of the methodist i episcopal Church said tuesday that a civilization which ignores Christian ideals cannot endure. He sharply criticized the present world attitude toward peace declaring a the nations of our Content Horary world have allowed the evils of fear. Superti oltion Competition and hatred to overcome the higher values of International cooperation and Good a there is a crying need just now a he said a for an integrating moral Center about which the constructive forces of National and International life May gather. W follows father West Orange a j., i Al i Theodore m Edison is following in Specter of Law enforcement tin the footsteps of hts famous invent Der the Hoard of health. Or father. He has been granted Baker was enjoined after h exclusive Patent rights on a do i prolonged investigation and trial vice for the elimination of Vibra Ion charges of practising me urine Tion in machinery it Marks the and surgery without a License first independen of Patent for Edl during which details of his Causon youngest Sou. Leer a a cures a were unfolded by Federal Money May Aid closed Banks in Iowa Des Moines Ile a a prediction that closed Iowa Banks soon will be stimulated with the Golden flow of reconstruction finance Corpora lion resources a As made by l. A w Hermit will a Tab a All departments of state College to be on display hundreds of students work on program of events a glamorous and colourful Cross Section of College life will be shown visitors from thru out the state at Iowa state College s eleventh annual presentation of Vel Shea its open Bouse and exposition this week. Vel Shea the dramatization of the colleges life at work and play is to open officially with the moving up ceremony thursday morning in which the members of each class will Advance a year and will close with the final performance of the Vel Shea night show saturday night. Hundreds of students have been working on the huge program of events which will crowd one upon another from the opening to the close. Athletic games the famous Vei Shea Parade the open houses of the various divisions the May fete culminating in the Coronation of the May Queen the student vaudeville the carnival and night show and the annual congresses for High school students of agriculture and homemaking will make up the program of constant activity. Will dismiss lasses lasses will be dismissed at to o clock thursday morning and will Convene again monday morning at 8 of clock. At the moving up ceremony which will begin on the step of Central building at to a. In. Thursday the freshmen will discard for this year the red Caps symbolical of their Humble state. Instead of throwing their Caps into the traditional Bonfire they will toss them this year into a coffin filled with chemical which will destroy them. J. N. A a Ding Darling world famed cartoonist will be the principal speaker at theve Lahy a take off which will be held in state gymnasium following the moving up ceremony. This year a the spirit of be Isheal will be unveiled during the program. Simplicity will be the keynote of the May fete this year. There will be a processional from Home economics Hall to the base of the Campanile the Coronation of the May Queen a dance the May pole winding and the recessional. The program will begin at 3 30 p. Rn., thursday. Will name Mlay Queen the Queen will be chosen from three candidates Dorothea Knockel of Dubuque Esther Friesth of Humboldt and Mary Beard of Ames and the other two will serve As her attendants. Pledging of new member off Cardinal key and mortar boards honorary student activities organizations. Will follow the fete. Vaudeville acts by to group will compete for honors in of cd Vod Vil contests thursday evening at 8 15 in state gym. Sixty floats have been entered in the annual Vei Shea Parade which will open the Friday activities at 10 30 a. In. The Parade will follow a course across the main part of the Camp a. College departments have enter de 24 floats future Farmer organizations nine and fraternities sororities dormitories and other groups have entered the rest. It is estimated that More than Ian too people will see the Parade this year. The Parade will Start promptly at 10 30, in the Vicinity of Tho landscape architecture studio a cording to Ralph Chism of Rora Parade chairman will proceed North and West past physics building South past the Library and Central to Lincoln Way Wail to Sheldon Avenue and North to Andrew state superintendent banking tuesday of open houses planned the agriculture and Home Andrew has returned rom Nolc los on and the Coll Washington where he conferred with the corporation. He found he said a a much More favourable attitude on the part of attorney and officers in the reconstruction finance a the proposed Ioanu of $4,000,000 to Aid in reopening of the american savings Bank and Trust Coin Pany at Davenport has finally been approved by the Chicago committee of Tho corporation a Andrew said a and is now being checked Over by the officers of the corporation at Washington. The application of the closed first Trust and savings Bank of Iii crib in Ai by we it i t. A Uriu so Max a i j a to Abms or not he cited for contempt of Ronsi lt.1.utlo�?z by the reconstruction court. Baker was known to be Hospital will hold the first of the open House programs Friday afternoon at i of clock. The int a continued on Page seven aunt Lindy says in Mexico. Affidavits Sigurd by four Baker employees Mary Turner w. A. Carpenter Newton Snider and or. Vav. Vav. Potter were offered by the Board of health in substantiation of its claim. The state s investigation was undertaken by Herman a Alison in finale a corporation. # mrs. Hoover invited Waterloo. Iu1 mrs. Herbert Hoover a former Black Hawk resident has been invited to attend the annual Black Hawk county Early settlers picnic Here August 27 patients and state physicians. Subsequently Baker lost a j 11 Ive i suit directed at the american medical association on the basis of charges which the association had made against him in connection with operation of hts Hospital. It could t Hurt pro i the clothes line some the clothes line Tom Bright drying morning

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