Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 27, 1933 · Page 9
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 9

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Thursday, July 27, 1933
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f»flim*niM. IOWA Tftmt*i>*r. *r. 1*33. not THE NATION'S LEADER "If all employers, will a6t together to shorten hours and raise wages, we can put people back to work." * "If we let this great opportunity pass us by, we will jo into another desperate winter. This must not happen." "The recovery act gives us the meant to conquer unemployment.'' "The agreements I am sending to every employer will start the wheels turning now." "I am asking the cooperation that comes from opinion and from conscience." "I cannot guarantee the success of this nation-wide plan," but tie people of this country can guarantee its success." y FRAKKLIW D. EOOSEVELT. WE'RE WITH YOU MR. PRESIDENT We admire you for the courageous way you met the crisis our country faced on March 4. Our hopes have risen steadily as you have built the foundation for a better day. In four months you have translated the NEW DEAL from a campaign promise and slogan into an actuality—and we're for it heart and soul. •** . • We believe with vou that we must not go thru another winter like the last, that millions of men and women now idle must have work, that cutthroat competition and starvation wages must be abolished, that American citizens are entitled to the right to earn a comfortable living, and that the time has arrived for united, courageous action by all employers and our government to overcome the conditions we have faced for almost four years. We believe your plan of shorter working hours and higher wages is sound and we have Confidence that your leadership will see us thru. We are ready now to give you the cooperation you have asked and go down the road with you. You can depend on us. We Will Do Our Part These Ames Business Firms and Professional Men are 100 % Behind President Roosevelt's Recovery Plan AMES GLASS & BODY CO. KEITH FRUIT STORE THE SODA GRILL BOB WILLIAMS, SHOE REPAIR D. E. PARSONS, LUGGAGE FIELDS BEAUTY SHOP EVERTS FLOWER SHOP CHARLES G. RAY, JEWELER PERFECTION CIGAR STORE CARR HDW. CO. AMES STORAGE BATTERY CO. MCDOWELL & JACOBSON INS. MUNN LUMBER CO, DUDGEON'S JEWELRY STORE FIRESTONE SERVICE STORES, INC. BRANNBERG & AIM TILDEN'S BROOKER DRUG THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. SCHOENEMAN BROS. CO. AMES PANTORIUM ALLEN MOTOR CO. WALSH FURNITURE & HDW. AMES LAUNDRY J. C. PENNEY IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT £ POWER CO. BOBRICK, MERCHANT TAILOR C. M. RICHE, Mgr. Montgomery Ward & Co. RUSHING FOOD MARKET MUNN ELECTRIC CO. LOYD'S SERVICE STATION MARTIN-CASWELL B. G. DYER, M. D. EATON & WRIGHT GROCERY RED BALL STORES, INC TRUEBLOOD'S SHOE STORE STOP & SHOP FOOD MARKET HANNUM'S READY-TO-WEAR BAUGE SHOE CO. TALLMAN JEWELRY STORE REYNOLDS & IVERSEN SQUARE DEAL OIL CO TODD'S MARKET £ DELICATESSEN RED ARROW (2 Stores) BETTY SHOP TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. BOWMAN CIGAR STORE COOK'S BOOTERY ii

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