Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 24, 1933 · Page 7
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w DAILY TlIBtTNE TIMES. AMZS. IOWA MONDAY, JULY 24, Germany Closes i Jewish Agency News Service BERLIN, (UJy— Th« fov*rnmect has ordered the JewUb Telegraph agtncy to close its office here and rease service to German newapa : pers "for protection of puWlc security and order." The action was designed' as ",de- lense against possible futnre ac- tivfties dangerous to the state." It vas believed howev«r that the function jf the agency a? a distributor of German neia abroad would not be disturbed. The offices for distribution of news in Europe probably will be moved to another city soon. At Nuremberg; police completed a series of bouse to house searches In which they confiscated material they said was dangerous to the state. Many jews were arrested but later were conditionally released after questioning. "Not one Jew is under arrest at Nuremberg at present." the police said, denying London reports that 300. bad been jailed. The government also announced that freshmen in the East Prussian universities wonld be con. scripted for the grain harvest this yoar. WHALES ARE. FACING EXTINCTION WASHINGTON <U.E)—AJ In th« case of the pig. where leather, food mnd gelatine manufacturers use "everything but the squeal," the great whales of the Arctic and Antarctic should be used In industry, says Dr. Lewis Rad- cllfle, of the United States bureau of fisheries. Extermination of the whale is threatened. Dr. Radcllffe declares, for two reasons: The treaty of the league of nations designed to save this lW)0'0-year- old industry has not been sanctioned by a sufficient number of countries to make it effeci>t »nd nian^' whales are killed Mtoiy tor "Aside from the extraction of the oil, we safely may conclude that not more than 10 per cent of the other available products of the whale fisheries of the , world now fs utilized," Radcliffe said. "Because of the urge for ! speed In filling the oil' tanks of the factory ships penetrating the Ross sea during the short open (season of a. few weeks, and be- 1 cause of the present lack of stor- j age space, fire hazards and other difficulties, the incentive to .save (other products at present price 'levels .is small." { Since whales feed on marine • life, there is available to them • a greater variety of mineral ele- jments than is available to tend r*ei mi CACTUS R*»1 T KRKCTEJ> WESTFiELW, Mass. (U.E)—Last jyear Mrs. Raymond J. West decided that her 30-year-old cactus i had died and threw it into the i cellar. Recently she noted signs jof life in it, brought it upstairs, land was surprised when within a short time 126 crimson buds appeared'. New Deal for Chorus Girls of Hollywood Result of Accident was based came into the Warner-1 of .hi year. National studios in the ordin- When Bound pictures first'' ary course of production and was Chicken Wa* Gold Hoarder BURR OAK, Kan. OLD — Per- song are not the only gold hoard- I ers. One of LaVtrnc Ayre»' chick- I ens had three fair-sired gold nug- j gets in Its gizzard when dressed. , '" •* •""' ' ----J— ™^^^^» animals, Radcliffe declares, and whale meat should therefore be of great value to the farmer in feeding his cattle, hogs and chickens. HOLLYWOOD, <U.E> — Once starving chorines of Hollywood have learned their "new deal" of luxurious apartments and foreign motore was an accident. * The "cycle" of musical films that has put ladhj of the chorus back in the $100 a week class and made Hollywood kneel again at tin pan alley's throne owes its origin, it was learned, to a chance, but lucky decision. A few months ago the girls who diet and dance were clubbing together to save rent and lining up by the hundreds each tim« a stu- dip had a job for one or two. Now they live in swanky apartments, drive sleek roadsters and condescend to producers. The same holds true for tune writers. who during the exile of musical pictures were thankful to sell a song for juat that. "42nd Street," the picture generally credileo with putting the film city back on the bandwagon, has left a score or more musical films in its wake, either produced or In the proceps. Th'i "inside story" of 42nd street is that it wasn't intended as a musical at all. , The story on which the picture of life in the broadway showshops. The studios clung to the conviction that musicals were a thing either of the future or the past. Warners had Just purchased Eddie Cantor's "Kid froir Spain" for distribution, figuring that if 'anybody wanted to see a musical this season, he would have to see that one. Since the story of "42nd Street" involved the production of a stage show, it was decided that a few lend realism. Few. it appeared anticipated the success which resulted. The numbers "made" the picture, and it be- developed, the obvious opportunity for musical films resulted io a wave of them that left movie fan» apathetic. Musicals became box office poison and movie mojuU put them out of their lives. That's all changed now. The film that became a musical by accident has brot a rain of dollars to dancers and ivory poundera along Hollywood bulevard. Where once chorines were glad to get $3 a day jobs as extras, with a box lunch thrown in, .they are now playing one producer .,—^.., _v -. *-„ u^-^^u^M i**«*v a *%" N.I. c UVT¥ yi<t/mK um? yrouUCcr song and dance numbers might- against the other. One girl was offered $85 a week to join the chorus of a projected musical. "Sorry, I have ^n offer of $125 at another studio." ihe said. WAUKESHA, Wisconsin, <U.E)- "Am^ricanitis," a disease caused by the speed, suspense and noise of modern living, is attacking modern life today, arcording to Dr. F. J. Woodhead. "In the machine age, it is the survival of the fleetest," says Dr. Woodhead. 'The strain of the age Is demonstrated by the fact that altho disease and the death rate are decreasing, the number of insane in the United States is increasing. "If nerves were made of steel like the vast sinews of machinery, there could be no objection to the efSiciency of modern Industry, but Dresden. China, is no more fragile than the human nervous system. Either may break nn'der unnatural strain or rough handling. "Time was when people who complained of uoisc were told. 'You'll get used to it.' but recent studies have proved definitely that noise is a nunaee to health. The Wall street crash of 1929 took a greater toll of health than an epidemic. Dr. Woodhead believes. "The worry and suspense which gripped men wa* the cause of the largest share of functional nervous dlseasts during that period," he said. LOST $30 on FREAK CALF i HADDAM. Kan.. (U.E) — F. L. 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