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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Boone, Iowa Weather possibly showers tonight. Sunday. Cooler. Home edition the Boone news Republican vol. Xlv11i. No. 169. . You xxx. No. 216.Boone, Iowa saturday evening july 18, 1926. Evening except sunday three cent pension won t work Thomas socialist gets Boos when lie gives address Norman Thomas cracks Down on father Coughlin plainly states Townsend pension plan won t work elaborates by setting Forth two reasons. Hysterical generosity outburst As Townsend donations pour in by the United pros Public Hall. Cleveland july 18�?socialist presidential candidate Norman Thomas today reaped repeated choruses of Boos from delegates to the Townsend second annual convention when he appeared on their platform and bluntly told them their $200.00 a month pension plan would not work. But he was g Ven an ovation when he finished. Thomas smashed at father Coughlin and protested the priests bitter reference to president Roosevelt a a liar. Audience hostile Thomas raised the question of american intervention in Mexico in defense of religious Freedom and inferred that father cough in favored enc Han action for Protection of catholics there. He spoke to a hostile audience. A i know Bow to make speeches you would like a Thomas shouted As Boos or silence demonstrated disagreement Between himself and his audience. A but i am not going to do Many donate he spoke today at the final session of Townsend convention after a hysterical outburst of generosity had brought scores of old and Young scrambling to the platform to donate their Nickles dimes and dollars to defense of the Townsend Cense. The Money rolled in so fast that National officers announced immediate Start of a nation wide drive to raise a National defense fund of $1,-000,000 for the Townsend plan. Gives two reasons a i do not. Believe your plan will work Quot Thomas said. A i believe it will not work for these reasons i. Your 2% tax wont raise the Money. 2 if your tax wont raise the Money and the pension is paid there would be inflation and the $200.oo a month would not be Worth More than $20.00. No endorsements by the associated press Cleveland july is the town end National convention adopted Quot a Day a Resolution declaring that he old age pension organization a shall not at any time during this Campaign directly or indirectly in Lorse any presidential or vice presi Lentia gaps closed by the associated press Cleveland july 18�?with gaps in their official ranks apparently at least temporarily closed delegates to the second National Townsend convention convened today for committee and business reports and to hear Norman Thomas socialist candidate for president. Topeka estimates 60,000 will see Alf Landon notified Spangler May be candidate for senator by the United press Chicago july 18�?harrison e. Spangler Iowa National committeeman and assistant National Republican chairman May be the repulsion candidate for the la. S. Senate left vacant by the death of senator Louis Murphy of Iowa. It was reported Here today. Rotary clubs fish feed to be in August August la was announced As the Date for Tho annual fish feed sponsored Here by i he Roone a rotary club. Rotarians at Arnee j heat wave at end in some u. S. Sections where Landon will a hear rain predicted for Rome now a a fas. Some Relief for Tims state on saturday it was a a Sticky with 07-degree temperature Reading in Donne saturday afternoon at 3 00 of clock. Boone sweated in a a a stick atmosphere sat urday afternoon and hoped that rain which passed up Tims Community Friday Kight will develop Over san Day. The official tempera tire reported Here at 3 00 p. M. Was 07 degrees. By the associated press Chicago. July 18�?the heat wave which for the past 15 Days has caused death to thousands and a ought damage mounting to hundreds of millions of dollars was announced As ended today in Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota and probably North Dakota by we thar forecaster j. R. Lloyd. Seasonable temperatures will prevail in those states for the next three or four Days at least the meteorologist said. To bring Relief in addition Rains and Cooling breezes will bring Relief Over the week end to most of the other states in the Western and North Central drought areas with the exception of South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas he said. Lloyd predicted thundershowers for tonight and sunday in Illinois Indiana northeastern Missouri and Southeastern Iowa with similar Rains due this after on and tonight in Southern Wisconsin Southeastern Minnesota. Northeastern and southwestern Iowa and Northwestern Missouri. Rain cools iowans by the associate press Des Moines july is thin slate Clouds w hich let go scattered showers drifted Over much of Iowa today. Bringing some Rel of from the Furnace like beat which has held Sway in Iowa for 15 Days. The rain reported mostly in North Iowa varied from a Trace to a half Inch. Wherever it fell temperatures declined some Points reporting As much As a 20 degree drop in the Mercury. Down to 69 Estherville and Forest City reported minimum temperatures of 69. The lowest recorded in Iowa in More than two weeks. Both cities measured a Quarter of an neb of rain last night. The weather Bureau forecast Clearing skies in the Northwest today but said thundershowers would fall in the East and South portion this afternoon or tonight and probably in the Southeast Section tomorrow morning. Cooler forecast the forecast also called for cooler weather in the Northwest Section Ane in the Northwest and North Central portions tomorrow. The maximum forecast for Des Moines today was Between 90 and 9,5. Tomorrow the weather Man said temperatures Here probably will hold to Between 85 and 90. He explained however that if the heat wave does break up it will be gradually and that too degree and higher temperatures in the state Are still a distinct possibility. Editor s note More weather stones on Page 2. Nevada Webster City Jefferson and Perry will be invited to be guests. This is the outstanding event on the summer Calenda of the monday evening. July 20, the club is meeting at the Boone Golf club. Announcement was also made of the i Trolet Assembly which will be july 2<> at Marshalltown tin sess it to to Siart at s �?T>0 and last through a he Day. A. C Fuller of Dar Falls governor will be the speaker. Stands being erected at state building in Topeka workmen Are Busy preparing stands in front of the state building in Topeka has., for the notification ceremony of gov. Alfred m. Landon of Kansas the Republican presidential nominee. A crowd of 100,000 persons is expected to be on hand july 23, to hear Landon say a i a Central Prat Boone program too much outside Over who july1 30 p. In. George s. Wooten to give talk on Boone As feature of a Iowa Speaks broadcast Boone program Fatio Rafon of july 26th sponsored by chamber of Commerce and Boone news Republican. The Boone news Republican and the boons chamber of Commerce Ere jointly sponsoring a boons broadcast Over radio station who in Des Moines sunday afternoon. July 26, it was announced Here saturday. This Boone program will be on of the a Iowa Speaks programs in which various cities in the state put on the program from 1 20 to 1 45 . Chosen to give a Alk in the Way of a boost for this Central Iowa City is George s. Wooten superintendent of schools Here. Wooten is now working on hts 13-minute address which will delve into the history of Boone and Boone county set Forth the Adan Ges and resources of this Section of the elate and other interesting data. It is expected that his talk will he a worthy boost for Boone and it is hoped Many will tune in for the broadcast. Station who has invited representatives of the news Republican and the chamber to be its guests preceding the program when they Vii be shown through the studios in the capital City. Work blamed or College a a flunks a Grad Luck and a a love other reasons. Analyse 332 a a delinquents at Iowa state personal difficulties and laziness Are still other elements which enter into failures of students. Mrs. Handschin Dies in St. Paul word has been received Here of the passing of mrs. Art Handchin of St. Paul. She passed away monday july in and burial was at St. Paul. Mrs. Handchin had been in failing health for the past ten years. She leaves her husband and on daughter and her Mother mrs. Frank Graham. Mrs. Handchin will he remembered As miss Ellen Graham daughter of or. And mrs. Flank Graham who formerly lived in West Boone. Boone Bize Are always Wize by the Atolia of press Ames july 18�?th� Iowa state College committee on student pro Gressis in a report assigns a attempts to carry too much outside work a As the chief cause for failure of students to work up to capacity. Student Counselor based their conclusions on analyses of 362 a a delinquents whose College grades were considerably below those of their High school averages and mental tests indicated they should have. A in causes assigned for poor work varied from �?ob1ames All on bad Luck to a in the two students were said to have lost interest in school because they expected to marry soon. Personality difficulties reportedly caused the highest Tolt of study delinquency among freshmen and sophomores. Chief of these were worry and nervousness which kept 22 students below . Laziness was assigned As the cause in nine cases. Don t know How. Committee chairman j. A. Sitar Rak of the vocational education department said that because students Arentt taught How to spend Money before they go to College Many have difficulties which interfere with their class work. He listed homesickness As another major trouble among younger students. Altogether difficulties of adjusting themselves to College work and conditions were mentioned 46 times As the cause of poor work by freshment and sophomores. Ceremony july 23 going to be on Capitol Lawn men High in g. O. P. Circles will attend. Hoover expected to re among dignitaries Alf m. Landon senator capper Heads committee which will Welcome distinguished indians to attend by Lewis Larkin United press staff correspondent. Topeka Kas july 18�?the night of july 23. In this Kansas capital town of 65.000 persons a Man not quite 49 years old with Iron Gray hair and pleasant smile will be informed officially that he is the Republican party a candidate for president the ceremony will begin at 8 00 o clock on the South Lawn of the statehouse which is situated in the Center of the town. On an i improvised Rostrum built above the statehouse Steps will sit. Gov Alfred Mossman Landon. And a Hundred or so of the country a leading republicans. Hoover expected. Former president Herbert Hoover is expected to be there. Men High in their party will watch the Sunflower state executive receive his formal notification. On the Green covered statehouse Lawn will be seated thousands of people. A loud speaking system will carry the ceremonies several blocks so those who Are unable to get close enough to see will be Able to hear the notification ceremony. Nominee he aking. Kills wife two sons to a purge Scarlet sins sunday school superintendent turns Slayer two infant sons. His wife Are victims a a did t want family to go through life bearing stigma of Scarlet sin a pennsylvanian of 40 Saya fire threatened Logansport but was beaten on Boone mayor bearing Down on speeders flames along half mile of two fines against motor Railroad track its total $10 Eele ived started by rail cutting Torch at $1 a mile an of Quot a or Over Speed limit men of Logansport and Railroad i 15 and 25 Miles an hour l no wrecking Crew succeeded in getting flames controlled after an hour. Eye coolers exhibited Toledo u. Pm to prove that seeing not a i Way # is believing part of miss he Voorhees mathematics class at Libbey Hill High school former an a optical illusion Quot y rid make up an exhibit a i example. Statehouse 65 years old. The Kansas a statehouse is 65 years old on of the oldest state capitols in the Middle West. It is of yellow Sandstone. Many additions have been built to the original Structure. The building and grounds occupy six Normal City blocks two North and South and three East and West. Oak Spruce and Poplar Trees spread Over the Green carpeted Lawn. The Shady paths almost give the impression of a College Campus. Flower Beds Are planted on the South Lawn on each Side of a Large walk used for an automobile drive. To the average Eastern visitor. Topeka is just another Kansas town. The size of the town usually surprises Many because it has one main Street Kansas Avenue and a town with one main Street usually is set Down As Small. The town contains several buildings of seven stories. The Santa be Railroad building is eight stories High and occupies an entire City Block. The new modernistic air cooled Federal Reserve Bank building is to stories. Known a milling Center. In addition to being a Railroad Center for Eastern Kansas Topeka has several Large insurance companies located Here. There Are to Large packing firms several Large milling companies and Fiu serous livestock dealers. There Are two daily newspapers one published by senator Arthur capper the other by Henry j. Allen former governor and former senator. Located in Topeka is Washburn College one of the largest sectarian schools in Kansas and the state s College for negroes which draws several Hundred coloured students annually third largest. Kansas is not. A state of Large cities. It has 3,700.000 population and Topeka is the third largest City with Kansas City first 120,-000, and Wichita a close second with 1 10,000, Topeka is located on the Kansas River and the Edge of the great Prairie. East of the town tile land begins to Roll gradually. West of the City it gets More level until it terminates in Western Kansas to the Sandy Flat wastes which form a part of the dust bowl Topeka is in the Eastern third of the state which also is the richest from an agricultural standpoint expert visitors. An influx of visitors greater by the unlt<1 press Erie pa., july 18�?samuel Weed. 40 year old sunday school superintendent who bludgeoned his wife and two infant sons to death today sought to urge the family of a Scarl a it sin he told police. A i killed them because i had committed a Scarlet sin he said. A i did no to want my family to go through life bearing the stigma of that Scarlet editors note other a tories on Page 2. Is expected july 23. Estimates vary As to the possible number. There were from 25.000 to 35,000 in Topeka to hear Charles Curtis informed of his nomination and civic officials believe from 60.000 to 75,000 will arrive for the ceremony. They will arrive by train plane and motor car. One Railroad is running seven special trains Between Topeka and Kansas City. Mo., that Day. The two towns Are 70 Miles apart. Topeka will be unable to accommodate All visitors that night. Many Are making arrangements to go to Kansas City to. A a a a a a a a a a a a the town of Logansport Northwest of Boone was threatened by fire Friday evening. Combined efforts of the men of the town and members of a Railroad wrecking Crew succeeded in preventing the flames spreading beyond an old Railroad line in the abandoned Brick Yards. It is believed the fire was started from blow torches which were used to Cut rails which Are being junked on the old track. Smouldering ties fined by the evening wind which reached a Lively Pace were fanned into flames along a half mile front it was reported. Logansport a male population went to work with a will to Stop the Blaze and later were reinforced when members of the w racking were summoned to the scene. They succeeded in confining damage to the Railroad ties. Its govern local Driver. Mayor cites. In ordering the speeders arrested heat blamed for Barking of dogs Here mayor j. E. Irwin saturday really aet out to make it Tough for speeders in the City of Boone. Two Fine totalling $40 were a so est d in police court. A Fine of $30 was levied against Vera Erickson and Glen Llev a fined $10. Irwin ook the d Stic action he a Al ice speeding in a a local police have order to a Cist All the mayor declared. His scale of fines is $1 for every mile an hour the offender is exceeding the Speed limits. A number of Boone resident have been heard to co oaf of late As to fast driving especially ii the Down town dist the Sines District Speed maximum n is Miles an hour while in the re Silenc District a top a peed of 25 rns an hour is Legal. He also pointed out that the 15-mile an hour lint applies to school zones and Street areas like those around the Eastern Star and squish old people Home. The beat in a sense May he blamed for dog Barking at night. That a the Way police chief Jas. B. Reid put it anyway when com plaints came to him saturday of dogs Barking at night so that residents of Boone cannot sleep. Reid explained that with so Many people sleeping outdoors on the ground the dogs Are curious and set up their a Yip Ping at the bed coverings. The police chief said that complaints Are becoming More numerous and pronounced. He cautioned dog owners to keep their pets Home at night. Jim a explanation is just another reason Why everybody wishes it would rain. Band from Iowa Shenandoah july 18�? a. Pm toe Shenandoah High school band Winner of state and National marching contests will go to Toke a. Kau. To play during the ceremonies at which gov. Alf. M. Landon of Kansas will be notified he is the Republican candidate. Spanish army planes bomb rebel troops both associated press Madrid. Spain july 18�?army planes bombed rebellious troops in Morocco the ministry of the Interior announced today in quelling a sudden revolt which broke out at Melilla and spread to other parts of the Spanish zone copyright 1936 dictatorship . Judicial keynote Nark Floyd e. Page Call again forces which would a destroy our form of government by the United press Cedar rapids july 18�?dele Gates to the Republican state judicial convention today Unal Mously adopted a report of the resolutions committee criticizing the new Deal treatment of the Constitution. Editors note More stories on Page 2. To by capper. Distinguished guests will be welcomed by a committee headed by son. Capper. Serving with him will be judge George t. Mcdermott. Of the state supreme court. Judge Richard j. Hopkins of the United states District court. Thomas Amory Lee. Henry j. Allen and Clyde Miller. Many noted visitors Are expected to be present. In addition to the notification committee of 53 members a representative from each state and territory named by the Republican National convention will be present. Approximately too indians from five reservations will Assembly to hear Landon notified and several outstanding chiefs from Indian tribes Over the country also will than the population of the town Home Here. Funeral mrs. John foes to be monday a. In. Funeral services for the late mrs John foes boons resident for half a Century will be held monday Forenoon at to of clock from the Home of her daughter mrs. Charles c. Hagen 1322 Linn Street where her death occurred saturday morning. The Rev. O. Elbe pastor of Trinity lutheran Church will be in charge and there will he no services of the Church. Burial will be at Linwood Park cemetery a aet. The remains will be taken to the Hagen Home sunday Forenoon from Schroeder funeral Home. Whole organs removed from animals have been caused to grow at j an enormously increased rate when placed in an artificial blood medium j pumped through a mechanical by the associated press Cedar rapids july is temporary chairman Floyd e. Page keynote the Republican state judicial convention Here today with a Call to arms against the Force which would a destroy our form of government Quot with its a constitutional Bai tiers against he professed in the morning be Aion speech of the meeting to select the party a nominees to the state supreme court to Roe the current. Issue As one of a americanism Quot trans reeling Quot emotional Aud party lines for a Defenso of Liberty. Lost a i h Sill Iowa generally fair in Northwest portions local thundershowers in East and South portion Thi afternoon or tonight and possibly in Southeast portion sunday morning cooler in Northwest and North Central portions sunday. Temperature a h444444444 local data by Courtesy John r. Myers Boon weather observer yesterdays figures maximum�?107 minimum�?69 a. above Normal figures year ago today maximum�?94 minimum�?6s today a figures Low last night�?75 figures at 8 . Temperature�?78 humidity�?69% weather Cloud v barometer�?29.85 falling wind velocity to Railes hoi wind directions Southeast. Precipitation in 24 hours Trace deficiency this month�?2 3 deficiency tins a oath of 3$

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