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L. >MES DAILY TRIBUNE TIMER. AMES, IOWA. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1934. 'BOY BKTTB1 IK AMU' LOCALS MiM fchro«4er or Boone •p«at th« w«ek end In Ames with Lou Aaun*, mtBrter of Battery D. 185th HeW artillery, Iowa Na- Gutrd, who b»s been at ^ Kiptoy, i**' Little Falls, Mint., for tb« P*it week, was taken tv44tftly ill over the week end and tak«a to * there. Amine. who to ccnnecUd with the local postoffice, was serving at battery cook there when taken ill. Carl Ringfenberj w« a business carter in Nevada Monday. Mrs. Zac Duttlap ot Rochester. Minn., formerly ol this place spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. H. W. D*n» in Nevada. Dr and J£rs. Joseph Smay and family who have been spending iertral weeki vtfth relatives in Awei and Nevada left Monday morning for Minneapolis where they will spend two weeks before returnini to their home in Norman, Okla. Dr. Smay is dean of the department of architectural en- tineering at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. and Mrs. R. D- Feldman returned Sunday from a two weeks vacation spent in Kalona with relatives aud a motor trip to northern Minnesota and Canada. Dr. Feldman also attended a national dental association meeting in St. Paul Last week. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Baldus and family of Kimball, Minn., are visiting in the home of Dr. Baldus' mother. Mrs. T. W. Baldue, and his sister, Miss Ida Baldus, Crawford avenue. Improvement is reported in the condition of Mrs. Baldus who has been confined to her bed for the past two weeks suffering with injuries received in a fall at her home. Mill Helen Beard and Miss Norm a Van Scoy returned Sunday from a few days in Chicago •where they attended the world's Miss Ida Baldus has resumer her duties in the dentai office of Dr. R. D. FfFldman after a two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Osborn accompanied John Abrams of near Ames to State Center Saturday to visit Mr. Abrams' brother. Otcar Abrams. who suffered a strike recently and who is reported to be in a critcal condition. Mr. Osborn is a brother of Mrs. Oscar Abrama. The Misses Fleming and nephew, Donald, returned Monday evening from a two weeks outing at Pine lake near Eldora where they had a cottage. They report the fishing Is fine at the lake. and Mrs. Harold Stiles lair, Mr. have returned from a. week's •visit with Prof, and Mrs. J. G. Hummel at their summer cottage at Potato lake near Park Rapids, Minn. The Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Uhl- enhopp and two children, Frederick and Mae Fern, left Tuesday morning by motor for a ten day visit at their former home in Rochester, Minn. The family came to Ames from Rochester. NEW DEAL FACES PRIMARY TESTS (Continued from Page One.) ing,tioa.is also bitterly contested. Five candidates are in the race. In Ohio the race centers on the democratic endorsement for senator with hot fights all the way down the ticket The three democratic senatorial c-ndirtatfs are Rep. Charles West who is widely advertised as the ' Simon Pure" new deal candidate, Gov. George White and former Gov. Victor Donah ey. Donahey is the most reticent in his support of the administration. White takes a middle course. The outcome is expected to be very close. •Sen,. Simeon D. Fess is expected to win. the republican nomination by a good margin altho he has two opponents. He is a bitter opponent of the democratic regime and a November race between him and We»t would draw the issue squarely. ' Interest in Idaho was mainly in the effort of Gov. C. Ben Ross to $100,000 SCHOOL BOND ELECTION SEPT. 28 (Continued from Page One.) high school on the field house grounds on Lincoln way, a proposal which was staunchly opposed by other board members present. Definitt Action As«ur«d Having the petitions before the board now forces some definite action in the whole matter, for the board has no alternative than to call the election on both questions proposed in the petitions. The first petition carried about SOO names, the second more than 300. The board was agreed, however, that beCore the election is called, a site would have been determined for a senior high school in the event the senior high school is approved by ILe voters. Despite the apparent divergency of opinions expressed at the meeting, there vias a definite feeling afterward that the board is really moving toward some acceptable solution of the problems of replacing Central school. Stnior High Desirable The board members were agreed that the senior high school would be the more desirable, provided an agreement could be reached on a site, but more important, that adequate funds be available for construction of a type of senior high school plant which would be a credit to the city. The maximum amount of money the board has in sight at the present time for a new building, including ?1QO,000 of additional bonds which the voters are to be asked to ..pprove, is approximately $250,000. This alro includes the promise of a federal public works grant of from $59,000 to $70,000. The cost of construction ot a senior high school incomplete with only the class room unit and a gymnasium a year ago was estimated at $314,000 if placed on property win democratic endorsement the third time. Should he win for he will be regarded as the leading challenger to Borah in 193S. Sen. William E. WINDOW SHADES We will hang, turn, or cut them to measure. See our variety of shades. THE FAIR OUT OUR WAY By William* I DASSEM'T EVSN \ WRING TH' MOP OUT IN A 6UCKVT, WITHOUT THEM YAHOOS HOLLERING, 8EAN SOUP AGIN, SUPPER?" I'LL-I'LL- ^; > WHV TH£Y DO IT-BECAUSE . YOU GET MAD / CANT VOU SEE , THAT? WHY DON'T -JUST LAUGH? ! HEROES ARE MADE-MOT W4 rr •** sower •*• 45 Iowa Counties Still Arc to Check DES MOINES O> — Only 45 Iowa counties remained to be checked by AAA statisticians investigating corn-hog contracts for release from suspension of benefit payments, Leslie M. Carl, chairman of "the state corn-hog board of review announced Tuesday. A total o£ 43 counties have been released from suspension of payment. Marshall, Tama. Palo Alto, Decatur, Warren and Taylor counties were added to the list Tuesday. Tugwell Cancels Iowa Fair Date DES MOINES IIM!) — Rexford G. Tugv.-ell, under secretary of agriculture, has cancelled his scheduled appearance at the Iowa State fair August '27, advice from Washington Tuesday said. Tuswell has cancelled his entire speaking dates for the last two weeks in August in view of his prospective attendance at the world's wheat conference in Europe in September. He already owned at the present .Cen- | desires a fl?lv riays rest before em-. Answers to Test Questions ducts of the truck farm—peas, tomatoes, beans, spinach, celery — were produced with difficulty in drouth areas w'..:r« the baked soil gave up a pitifully small yield. Fruit, ravaged by Intense heat and insects, was scarcer than in years. Housewives took no chan- i'crs. Grocers revealed they were . .. ,. i ..- •• •• •. " "•"-"• •• •* j filling many case orders for eanred Below are the answers to the goods. test questions printed en page one. 1. In Europe, "Charles's \Vain;" j (JQVT. READY TO MOVE in America, the "Dipper. 1 2. Republican. j 3. Japan, under mandate of the j League of Nations. AGAINST PROFITEERS 'Continued from Page One.) more for their beef sides, bacon - ~~f , , U.IV1 C l\J » tiiS-Ji u-*-\,t. *•* v»%-*fi -' .»*,vj 4. On the Colorado nver^ oe- and rounds just as they will be' " " cause nature beat human agencies to the job. Prices of meat and dairy and poultry products may be expected to increase noticeably next spring. Bread prices should not, officials said. If 1935 is a year tween states of Arizona and Ne vada. 5. 1915. B. Rip Van Winkle. 7. University of Virginia. S. .Japan. 9. Martin Luther. : Society: Erickton Family * Holds First Reunion The first reunion of the Erickson families was held Sunday in Brookside park with an attendance of 51. The sumptuous dinner was »erv. ed at 1:30 and a short business session was held. Officers elected are: Ben Erickson, Masoii City, president; John Krickson. Ames, vice president: Erma Erickson, Ames, secretary and treasurer. The later afternoon was spent informally. The group will hold its next reunion in 1935 on the first Sunday in August in Ames. Attending from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson, Archie Erickson, Mason City; Mrs. Vernon Boyer and two children, Creston; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Howard, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Alcorn. West Union: Jennings Erickson, Roland; Mildred Nelson, Crystal Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Sherm Erickson, Sioux Falls, S. D. <$ <£ & To Hold Party F«r Pastor and Family Members of the congregation of the Ames Church of Christ are holding a farewell courtesy Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the church parlors for the Rev. W. R. Foster and family. All friends of the church are invited. The Rev. Mr. Foster ha? served as pastor here for the past several months, coming here under the auspices of the United Christian Missionary societies to assist the church in Its building program. The family is leaving the latter part of the week. The new pastor, the Rev. Jack Finnegan will assume his duties early in September. Rainbow Girl* To Hold Picnic Wed. Tutiday I. O. 0. F. Country Club Bridge Wednesday P. L. E. and F. Picnic Knights Templar West Ames W. C. T. U. R. N. A. 4071 Rainbow Picnic V. F. W. Aux. Thursday Country Cosmopolitan Club Friday W. R. C. hold an all day ptcnlc Wednesday at Carr's Riverside park. The affair will be in celebration of August birthdays of member*. The picnic dinn*r will be served at noon. All members are urged to be present * « «• Knighti Templar Stated Conclave Wed. Ascension Commandery No. 69. Knig-hts Templar, will hold a stated conclave Wednesday evening in the Masonic temple. * » « We»t Amet W. C. T, U. To Meet Wednesday The West Ames W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. L. L. Wherry, Wednesday afternoon at her home 2S23 Leek street. All members are urged to be present. <*> <$> * Country Cosmopolitan Club Picnic Thursday The Washington township, Coun! try Cosmopolitan club will hold a tinue her studio this tall. Tb» groom U the «oa of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. B«erup of AleMn4«r. 111. He is a graduate or Iowa State collect with the clu« of i»J2 from th« department ot civil « u . glneering. At present he i« Mrv - Jng as senior engineer at the CCC camp at Galena, 111. After the breakfast the couplt left for Galena. 111. Attending the wedding w«r« members of the immediate family and Mr. and Mrs. M- A. Shan, and children of Ainei, Mrs. Francii Watson, of Sioux Falls, fc. D.. grandmother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. 8e<rup and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grey of Alexander, HI. « «> * Wherry Reunion Is Held In Beone The ninth annual reunion of the Wherry family was held Sunday at Herman park in Boone. Forty-five attended from Ames. Churdan, Jefferson, Boone, Des Moines Feraald and Adata. Following the basket dinner at 1 o'clock a short business session was held and officers were selected for the coming year. Th«y are, John Wherry, chairman; Mrs. E. Wlnkelmann, Ada«, secretary and treasurer. The next reunion will be held the second Sunday in August in Boone. Attending from Ames were Mr. and MM. L. L- Wherry and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Templeton. $> * « V. F. W. Aux. Meetlnj Wed. Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary will meet in regular s«»stan ednesday evening at S o'clock ia the Sheldon-Munn hotel. The Ames assembly. Order of | ^.^S^S^LX^JZ Rainbow for girls are holding -a picnic Wednesday 0 in Brookslde park. Every evening at McHose Boone. Members and families are invited to participate. Each family is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. Royal To tral school site, where the present high school heating plant would be utilized. The board estimates now that 20 per cent must be added for increased material costs this year. Additional Expense Placing a high school on a site away from the I'owntowif section would involve the cost of site and the cost of an additional heating plant The board has studied architect's plans for a junior high school building on the Central school site, utilizing the present beating 'plant, to cost approximately $250.000. This would include a class room unit and gymnasiULi. Immediate action is necessary in order to utilize the PWA grant. according to information received by the board. The election date was set at the earliest date possible, and still give opportunity to fulfill legal requirements and acquaint the voterh with the facts regarding the questions. Future Possibility It was brot out in the discussion that should a junior high school be built in place- of Central school, the city would be in danger within a. few years of having two downtown junior high school buildings on its hands. This might occur when it became necessary to erect a new senior hi^h school. It is believed that for som« time to come, however, the present senior school will be adequate for the needs of the city. Two rooms in the senior high school will be used for junior high classes this fall. The Central junior high school enrollment at the end o* the last. barking on thai enterprise. SLASHER VICTIM DEFIANCE, 0. T.E)—A mysf ri- ous "flasher" whose activities have terrorized Defiance women for three months, struck down his sixth victim early Tuesday, cutting her in the arm as she burned trash in an alley. 10. A metal bolt for connecting two plates of metal. Jr. Chamber Picnic In Woods Wed. Nite Members of the Ames Junior food prices Chamber of Commerce will gather j than for a stag picnic Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. in the woods three miles north of Ames just east of high- wav No. 15, it was announced Hold Juvenile Rally Ames Camp ..Jo. 4071. Royal Neighbors ot America will hold a of good weather and good crops, j special juvenile rally Wednesday herds will grow again and the animals in them get fatter. Then prices ought to go down a little to more normal levels. Records showed that "Wednesday. There will be a pio nic lunch, horsesloe pitching other sports. in steak cost still are much when a poun So cents and retail less worth its weight in gold because the United States was on the gold standard. Methods Possible JVo Important Features From Our August Sale of HOSIERY AftTCRAFT Chiffon Hosiery featuring the new two-way stretch top. Double reinforced heel and toe. Sheer and clear. Summer colors. Slight irregulars of the fl.35 grade at OA-. pair 89C HOLEPKOOF'S popular knee high Chiffon stockings. They are true to the name, just knee high, with a Lastex jarter top that is guaranteed to keep its strength during the life of the Stocking, They are sheer and clear and wear well. Summer colors. JJ.OO value. Pair | New York Stocks j Close Today NEW YORK (IIP) — Following are Tuesday's closing bids on the Xew York stock exchange: American Can ..9"Vi American Locomotive 17% American T. and T Hl*i Anaconda 13 Atchison T. and S. F 48Vi Bethlehem Steel '-" ^ C. and N. W. Com 6 Chiysler .... » 2 Vi Corn Products 57 DuPont ^STs General Electric 1S'>& General Motors "0% International Harvester -S 3 ± Montgomery Ward '-" New York Central '-1'i Pennsylvania R. R --% Sears-Roebuck .... 34% Standard Oil of N. .) 44% Studebaker 13 \i U. S. Rubber IS 1 * U. S. Steel -. .. ^-33 Westinghouse Electric 3-M: Standard Oil of Ind 26% Cities Service 1% and j Emphasizing that stored supplies, added to what the drouth 'has left, were ample for human land animal needs, officials listed !the following methods which Cost Is Cut Down i eould be used to thwart protu- DES MOINES. <UP>—Operatini State Institution afternoon at 2:30 in the city park. In case of rain the rally will be held in the I. O. O. F. hall. The junior organizer, Mrs. Blanche Schmidt of Waterloo, and district deputy of the order, Mrs. Nell A. Sexton of Cedar Rapids will be present. All juveniles, their parents and members of the Royal Neighbor ! lodge are invited to be present. I 4. covered dish supper will be I served in the I. O. 0. F. hall at 6:30 and each one is asked to dish, sandwiches of dish, sandwiches and table service. « « * Phyllit W»tson And C. D. Beerup Ar« Wed Miss Phyllis lUne Watson became the bride of Cloyd Douglas j Beerup of Alexander, 111., in a cere- j mony performed Sunday morning in the faculty loungi, of the Memorial Union. The Rev. R. B. Davidson, pastor of the Baptist church, read the service at 10 o'clock. Mrs. ?. E. Jackson at the piano played Mendelssohn's wedding march. The bride was very lovely in her ankle length gown of white embroidered net over tafftta and she carried a bride's bouquet of Joanna Hill roses and gypsophilia. Her matron of honor, Mrs. Bullard of -Des Moines Richard •wore a eers who say it isn't so: i i ...... . , h 1 1. Publicity devices employed! costs of lo institutions under the | consumers' counsel. | state board of control decreased ' - Licensing powers incorpo- in the adjustment act. 3. Federal participation in commercial food distribution. !a serious menace — and this was not anticipated—supplies as could It is easy to discover profiteer- iug, officials declared. Their day-j rarty Wednesday 5227,036 during 1933, G. F. Worden. supervisor of state audits reported Tuesday. The report listed costs of the "institutions at $4,004,129.46 and the net cost to the state with federal aid and charges to counties deducted at $2,170,S09.7S. DOLLAR PRICE LONDON (U.EI— The pound was $5.10% Tuesday. Gold was S35.2SVi cents a fine ounce with the sterling rate 13S shillings 2U pecce. IS TO EEVIEW PLANS AT PBESS SESSION • Continued from fage One.) , ^.^ Warnjng . gallons of drinking water for a j Quick warning to the consum- Uozen stricktn towns. Hundreds j er t j, a t j, e j s being cheated can of thousands of gallons additional ^^ given by the consumers' will be dispensed free from outly- coun s e j, which reports regularly and table ssrvice. The regular mf Camp 4071 will be clock. ..: .« . * * P. L. and F. Society Picnic Wed. Members of the P. L. E. and society of the Pythian Sisters v... , mar _ fna , a hold a picnic on the lawn of the | j£:™rg£* home of Mrs. H. Lindauist. Wed- i or l t . ed . D V? es , frock of white eyelet batiste and [ organdy and carried pink, roses. Mr. Bullard was the best man. Covers were arranged for 17 for the three course wedding breakfast served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Watson, 509 Ash avenue. A color scheme of green and yellow was carried out in the appointments and the floral center^ A beantttuUy dec- Farm Bureau And 4'H Clubs If food hoarding ever became j nesday eveni ng at 7 o'clock. All .. „ K. of P members. Pythian and families are invited. ••• ••« * Betty Ross Club The bride is a senior student in the home economics division at Iowa State college and will con- Happy Heart* Club M«tting The Happy HearU 4-H club will meet Thursday, Anfu»t 16 instead of on Wednesday. The meeting •will be held at the home of Phyllis and Esther Smith. Phyllis Smith will be In charge of devotions «nd girls are asked to be able to answer roll call by giving item* of Uble etiquet. The- music committee' will have charge of music study and Helen Kinjs- bury will conduct the picture contest. A talk on "Cathedrals" will be given by Marie Overland, "Calcium and Where Found," will b« discussed by Marie Hanson and Helen Olson will tell of "The Care of the Teeth." The demonstration on pillow covers will be in charge of Vera Bentley and l,avonna Larson will serve as critic. Each girl is asked to be prepared for the picture contest « <8> » AWOI Club Meeting Thurj. The Awoi 4-H tlub will meet at the home of Florence Burns, Thursday afternoon. AH members are urged to be present. * * * 4-H Happy Pal* Meet Saturday The members of the 4-H Happy Pals met Saturday, Aug. 11 at the home of Annabell and Vivian Davis. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mary Jennett. The girls made plans for Achievement day which will be held Aug. 20, 21 and 22. Sixteen members and four guests were present. Kefreshments were served during the social hour. school" year CJuLe) 364, as TILDEN'S 'Dependable Since 1869' compared to 544 enrollment in the senior high school at that time. The total increase in population from 1532 to 1934 between the apes of 5 and 21, upon which the school tax levy is based, was 156. according to the school census. Facts To Be Given The school board has ple-djted itself to place all facts pertaining to the momentous problem of school construction before, the voters prior to the election. The board also will endeavor to reach a decision on its own policy and recommendations. The budget for tho 1934-35 school year was approved, there being no objections filed. The complete budget, bag been published as well as a commentary upon it. The board adopted a policy relative to collecting fines for fxccss damage to free text books. There will bp no charge against thf pit- plla for ordinary wear and depreciation. Misuse of books ami rtanv l agp beyond ordinary wpjir will bp • subject to fines to be upon iusji'H'tion of *-acli book at I he end of tlip pohool year. Coal Contracts Awarded Tlie hoard at a special niftiing July 27 awarded contracts for furnishing ooal at various school plants as follows : Franklin school and mupic hall, T.uglan Implement and Coal company: high school beating plant. Sclioenfman Hroth- ers company; all other schools and | the field house, Gllchrist Coal and | F>ed company. A, contract for certain heating plant repairs at th<> TRUCKEES VOTE DOWN NEW PLAN (Continued from Page One.) bor board would decide the merit of each. Vincent Dunne, one of the union's "big four" of leaders, commented that the union could not permit punitive action against pickets because "we would not be able to get a. man out on picket duty in any other strike, and that, of course, would prevent the conduct of a strike." National guardsmen continued their patrol of the streets under martial law, but an order from Gov. Floyd B. Olson further relaxed restrictions on trucking. Meat trucks began movement without the necessity ot obtaining permits, eliminating almost the last reminder to th, general public of the inconveniences experienced when the governor banned movement of trucks whose owners would not si.en a strike settlement proposed by federal mediators. to-day reports reveal the margins of middle-men, processors and retail dealers. When the margins get out of line with what the farmer is receiving and what is justified by manufacturing and government down." Betsy Ross Junior club will ins fire plugs to needy farmers. A new gasoline pipeline from Kansas City, Kan., to Chicago, is bein on food prices and often notes wherfi they w j, ere not. are justified and In case 'of a partic- used to pump millions of gallons i u]arlv ser ious instance of "goug- to towns in Missouri and |.__••" th Oi Iowa. Ice is being rationed hers. Re- County Locals And Society Collins Entertains M. F. 0. Club serves were eaten up by the protracted drouth and demands from other communities where water famine closed local plants. Plants here freezing 6,000,000 pounds of ice a day. supplemented by ice bought in other cities, are unable to supply the demand. Finis Written On Worst Heat Wave CHICAGO <U.E>—Finis was writ-(authority may be ten behind the century's most daw- r government could the name of th vidual or firm. The powers of this agency are being extensively explored in anticipation of drouth after-effects and its lawyers were said to have discovered authority which hitherto had not been developed. None would specify what these , powers were. i Significant control ever dlstrib- iutors is contained in existing iAAA marketing agreements and i licenses and additional licensing invoked. The set maximum heat wave Tuesday as gov-'prices to afford a "ceiling'' be- ernmpnt weather forecasters pre- yond which the licensees could dieted that for at least 24 hours, ] not go unices they cared to risk the second period in two months, [revocation of their permits to do th^ mercury would not touch 100 [business. anywhere in the middle | AAA Reluctant ) The AAA is nevertheless re- Farmers beamed on prices they jiuctant even to consider this considered at a "cost of prothic-! questionable right because it re- tinn" level, promised by the a?ri-i p , ldjated tne price-fixing principle cultural adjustment administration | when it cancelled all milk 11- at i he beginning of the hog-slaugh- ! cen9es an( ) supplanted them with west. tcr program last fall. 'new ones. Amendments which it noon. A two course luncheon was served by the hostess assisted by her daughters. Mrs. C. F. Prftchard and Mrs. Earl Dodd. Members present were. Mrs. Lena Dickinson, Mrs. Myrtle Dickinson, Mrs. Floyd Oswalt, Mrs. Jamc* Oswalt. Mrs. Pearl Cooper. Mrs. Celia Smith, Mrs. David Mulcahy. Mrs. John Donnell*. Mrs. kosetta McKumey. Guests present were Mrs. Lloyd Cummings, Mrs. Opal Jester of D:-troit, Mrs. Clarr Hand. Maxine and Inez Hand, Virginia and Arlene Pritcbard. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hand had as their dinner guests Sunday honor of Mrs. Opal Jester of Detroit, Mrs. Rose Hand, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dodd. Is Hostess Te Birthday Club Mrs. L. W. Van Dran wa s h6st- ess Saturday August 11 at ft covered dish luncheon to the Birthday in honor of the August birth- CIGARETTE SMOKERS Now you can be done with that miserable little job of picking open your package. Come to the Perfection Cigar Store where the little machine clip« the package open so quickly and neatly that you'll be tickled pink. Perfection Cigar Store Always Progressive 231 Main Street - Tint Door West of United food GAVE WOMEN WHAT TON1TE™ THEY WANTED! Adults 16c jr/is "treatment*" were the tall? ot the town ... and women with the skin you love to touch suddenly developed freckles... and heart trouble... both at the same time I fifld hou«e was awarded to PuffMt Plumbine company. Another special »ir«tlnc hf-ld July 30 »t which time ii d'cidftd no rhnr.ro trnuld h* n in the nrrvf.illp? fjrr '"-Mr policies on school buJMlns; the "•as in operation. The bali.nce, kept in Karapes by soldiers, arp owned by the 166 firms who still are fighting the governor^ edict that strikers must, be reemployed without discrimination. AUSTRIA ASKS ARMY INCREASE (Continued from I'age One.I tral government wireless station in the July 25 putsch. Ktfcht others were hanged Monday night. Those executed were policemen charged with complicity. They were Erich Wolrab, 26; Josef Hackl. 2S; Franz Leeb, 32, and Ludwlg Mailmen, 29. They went U death In the order named, three hours after their sentence, rach to a separate gallows in the prison yard. It took yard., said at the Chicago the improved prices were partly the result of the (1 it hates to ri?k "dila- litigation by testing its c •. <vi thfr -•' ilov .v l •:: ill cm tlsere to strangle to death. slaughter program. The nnimala i""rengtn. destroyed last fall now would be fady fin market, they said. Forced to Market Oilier factors were prominent. Oroiitli. which reduced gram yield;; sharply and there-lly brot feed shortage, now is forcing animals Unless profiteering sweeps the their birthdays: Mrs. A. F. Tllton, Mrs. Euphemla Cros- \ hy and Mrs. Van Dran. The program for the afternoon < (insisted of music, singing and i laud, the government will not KO i speeches by members present. A jinto the meat business: It cotild, | nicely decorated birthday cake was lot course, cook, can and sell to served during the afternoon. The the public ?.ome of the beef and j mutton which it is buying on the 1 hoof in drouth territory anrl glv- • "r-- , «iw t> in J\M viiifi, (imtiJtt l.-s --- ........... - . f i he market at m-e-maiure l' n R '" Poor families on relief on \vt-lghis; ffirmm cannot afford Tbe threat IB of itself an fatten their stork on So rents a ;efTective preventive, officials point- bushel corn. led out. The government and nature have I In one way. the emergency oopmted in wholesale reduction 'Battle slaughter tends to keep of the livestock population, author :prices at equitable levels, it was Hits pointed out. If the buying .explained. That packed ^between power of the consumer penults, " " the scarcity win force the price trend upward. The pouto crop it the smtll«»t in rrmny y*»r nod prices already ~re «t s hl.th level, with indicators now and January 1. come pretty close to providing a year's supply (or the relief population." they said, sn 'hut por following were present: Mrs. David Smiih. Mrs. Susan Ilalterman, N.rs. .\. K. Tllton, Mrs. Eiiphemla ( rosby, Mrs. Kmma Shenkle, Mrs. lx>n Franklin. Mrs. Lizzie McCord, Miss Elena Mead, Miss EUn Fish, Mrs. Anna Ball. Mrs. Cal Patton, Mrs. R. L. Mead, Mrs. Sarah Huntrod, Mr?. R. o. Patton. Miss Allie Campbell, Mrs. Mollie Dodd, Mrs. Sid Atkinson, Mrs. Rose Hand. Mrs. H. C. IVnniston. Mrs. Emma Do»l«1. Mrs. Charles McQulstoo.^ Guesta present were M rs > * s " e( ' Mnntr.. Mr*. Amon Hanson, and HOP. of thp'populaMon I? out of | tlauslmr Ntknlln*. Hazel Atkinson, --- „ ,,, r m^rkri and ;0 much more they mil niovft b,Uh«r. All yro- is to b« had for others. Xiomi Glll*y and (Continued ou I'agt Four) FAMILY BAKGAIN DAYS Mat. KTC. WINSTAR KISS AND 2:30 7:00 Poromoun' Picture with GARY GRANT GENEVIEVE TOBIN HELEN MACK gff.',? NORTON •nd the WAMPAS BABY STARS i * : •< ADDED FUN •'OUR GANG" in "First Roundup" Willie Whopper In •Th» Man" Cartoon Goofy

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