Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 7
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'BUY BETTER IN AMES PAK.7 TE1BUKETIMEft. IKE* IOWA THUEBDAY, AUGUST 10, 1933. noiim Hitler Regime Fully Against Majority Rule BERLIN <U.P>. — Herrmann Go«r. j ing, premier of Prussia, In announcing the reorganization of the Prussian state council, delivered one of the most uncompromising scourges of parliamentary government yet uttered In Germany. The reorganization decre* and the declaration accompanying it gave unmistakable evidence of the nazis' Intention to fortify their dictatorship as speedily a* possible, and to govern Germany thenceforth exclusively and entirely by their own program. Move Crushed Parliament* "Now that the totality of the state ha* been achieved, and the other parties dissolved," Goering said, "the national socialist movement remains the sole Instrument of government. With the death of the parties, it was self-understood that the Hitler movement •would crush parliaments." "In the national socialist state," he continued, "there is no right of ballot, no conception of majorities. We no longer recognize that anonymous conception which glorified the cowardice of numbers. We were, a.e, and will be, deadly enemies of the democratic principle of majorities. Never since the time perhaps of Frederick the. Great has power rested so exclusively in the hands of the nation's leaders." Council Purely Advisory Under Goering's drastic reorganization, the state council (remnant of the old "herrenhaus" — honse of lords — under the kaiser) becomes a purely advisory body, without the remotest vestige of legislative function, since it i= supercificially deprived of the right of ballot If. as is expected, similar reorganization is extended to the other states, and to the federal government, German parliaments will loBe even what little theoretical power -vas left them by the divers "enabling acts." Goerintc's idea is to draw his councilors from every branch of Prussian life, so as to gather together a body covering as wide a range of knowledge as possible. Appointment of the members reste solely with the premier fa policy of centralizing power which tiie nazis have lately shown will be carried out to the fullest) and their task — without salary — is slated to be to advise him in the formulation of laws and the government of the state. Prohibition Workers Ordered to Stay On DES MOINES a".H) — Eighteen Ior.-a federal prohibition employees tvere working Thursday but und.r vrhat government department re- rr-piijed a mystery- Tlie employees recrivfd word las'. Wednesday from the St. Paul office to keep the office op-»n ''pending further developments." Monday word was received that th" department would be abolished. Local officers believed the de- par tment would be placed under ("•» prohibition bureau of the Justin division of investigation. The favors you get at a party nren't the only ones you get that I-.?.ve strings tied to 'em. Cox Home From , .London Parley "The world was simply not quite ready for it." That's what American Delegate James M. Cox said of the London Economic Confer- 9nce when, as shown here, be er- rived in New York. He was president of the conference's monetary com^rnssion. _____ _ WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin' to Go 1 r - rt sweet and buoyant and full of ns hn, For they can't do it. Th*y bowels and la mere movement the cause. The reason for ycivr -n Mine !• y^rlivar. It .hould j t . You have .' thick, h«d Uate and your -breath is f ou ] skin olton breaks out in blemishes. Your h«*d' arhcs »nd V<"i '«! down nnd out. Your whole system is poisoned. H takes those Rood, old CARTER'S I.ITTI-K I.1VBR 1-lUS to get thw,« two pounds of bile flowinfi fredly and mt'<« you fed "up and up." They conufn wonderful, harmless, genii* vtjetahlo extracts, amazing when it fame* to making tho hil« flow freely. u.. snrarj»r» I.itilc Liver IVK I ."ok tor tht mime (:»rler'» I,ffM«Uvi>rri'l">t"l<« retllnbel. !<«rentaiuh- siiiuic. jjc ai drug kiMt*. 0 f931 C. M. Co. PIANUHRILLS11 IN SALT LAKE CITY. Utah <UJ>>— The thrill of a lifetime was experienced by the 200 resident* of Boulder, Utah, most of whom had never seen an airplane, when Sherman Falkenratb, of the Salt Lake City police department, flew to that remote village and staged a one-man air circus. Boulder Is Isolated from the world by the walls of solid sandstone on the edge of Powell National Forest and 35 miles from Bscalante. That was Saturday and the plane was due the day, Sunday. A* early »» 5: SO a. m. Boulderitet started gathering. At 7 a. m. Falk«nr»th was sighted. A nine-year-old boy **« h«*r<l to remark: ".My gosh, pa, you don't mean there's a man in that thing." To 'Boulder the arrival of the plane was a new ptge In. hUtory, but to the outside world Boulder's unique Joottloo is more Interesting. Seperated from the re»t of the world by walls of solid sandstone, the advent of the automobile has meant little to the community life of Boulder. Only eight residents own automobiles and their use is limited to short jaunts around the neighborhood. No automobile has ev«r been able to' reach Boulder on Its Own power. They must b* taken apart and packed or towed In over a 35-mile trail from Escflante. •—' * KILLED BY TRAIN OTTUMWA, <t'.E)~Funeral services were being arranged Thursday for Joseph Simmer, (7, who wks Instantly killed here wh«o struck by a Burlington passenger train. Simmer was walking along the tracks and apparently did not see the train. A , , KELLEY KELLEY, Aug. 8—Ella Burr has been visiting her brother Clifford in Cedar Rapids. She expects to enter nurses training at the Luth- eran hospital JD Des Molnes early ihis fall. Eva Mae Sutler and brother Harold returned Sunday from Allison with their aunt, Mrs. Alta Jonee, where, they have been visiting several weeks. Mrs. Frank gutter and daughter, Mrs. Ben Brendeland, helped Mrs. Rob Logman at North Grant with threshers one day last week. Mrs McKim of Boone arid daughter 1 . Mrs. Hurt of California, were visitors. Rev. Clarence Anderson and Harold Starr enjoyed a trip to Frailer Monday evening. Mrs. Owen Tyler will be hostess to the Congregational Ladies Aid society at their hall this Thursday, August 10. Members of a threshing crew met with their families at the 0. L. Craig home Monday evening and enjoyed a social time. Ice cream and cake wer« served. * Vera Holland, Virginia Starr and Anna Jean Starr. Evelyn Stilli- van and Mrs. John Phillips of Des Aloises went to Lake Comar Tuesday afternoon where they will spend a few days camping. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stevens and Billie Stevens were shopping in Ames Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Low man and sons Raymond and Richard were callers at the Jennings Gord home In Slater Sunday afternoon. The buslriess men from here met with the business men from Cambridge and Huxley at Huxley Monday evening to agree on hours open for business to conform with th« new plan to help the unemployed. Wor<J has' been received from Carlton Stevens, formerly of here, by his grandparents, Mr. &nd Mrs. Carl Stevens, that he is convalescing nicely at the Percy Hoak home Is Des Molnes, following an operation performed at the Methodist hospital about two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brenning and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Norlng returned Monday from Rockford, 111., where they were called by the death of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gardner and children of Pine River, Minn., are visiting at the Paul Salisbury home and with other friends during the threshing season. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler and two children left Saturday for Sa- vannah, Mo., where they will sp*a< a few weeks at the George Bwtl« home while Mr. Butler has accepted a position with a St. Joseph firm. Roberta Phillips, who has been visiting a{ the John Phillips home in Des Molnes and George Starr home here returned to h«r home in Centralla, Kan., as far aa St. Joe, with them. J. J. Zimmerman and L*e Hutchinson left Monday morning for parts in Minnesota. D. L. Craig, when returning from threshing Monday evening in his truck, collided with a car driven by Mr. Little of Napier, on a cross road northwest of here. No serious damage was done to the cars and fortunately no one was hurt. Marlon Zimmerman is visiting a friend in Indiana. WE DO OUR PART e 25% \1-ITE Qua//ry Houst Point $239 gal., in 5-gal. cans Zine-ite will outwear, ««t- coTer and -hi4e"a>eti«r than nott lead and oil paints. C o D 11 i n » no water. HigheM fnde ingredients! Formula •n every labeL Running Water from yonr Well —about 2e a day $49.95 Only $5 Down Have all the water you need . . . pay a* yon Die. 250 gallons per hoar. City water pressure at year lancet eott- Mantir. Built to give year* of »enr- ice- Save at Wards. ,- Saw 25%! LIQUID ROOF CEMENT 75CgaI Ready to apply. No heating or thinning neeeisary. Contains BO coal tar. Made of long-fiber aebettM and high-grade as- phaltam. Will not run in summer or. craek ia winter. For use on all except wood shingle roofs. $5.00 down, $5.00 monthly Save $5 to 81O on Thi§ Bike With Balloon Tires • Riverside Balloons—larger than regular balloons. Smoother riding. Longer wearing. Easy to pedal. • Chromium plated fork, handlebars, sprocket, crank, rims and saddle springs Stainless steel mudguards. • Electric horn, headlight, tail light. • Speedline frame. Bonderixed to prevent rust. Vithrome enameled (9 times harder than ordinary enam«l>. i^MMMMBM 327 Main Street PRICES ARE GOING ISING PRICES HEER FARMERS ILKS SURE TO RBI MONTGOMERY WARD'S AUGUST August Furniture Sale Value! 70 SUITE Prices are going UP? Bag Now . . . Save! Better save that $10 now! Frankly, we can't order more suites at this price. The Bed, Chest, and Vanity are in Oriental Wood Veneers, "v-matched" youTl notice. Other costly details are the contrasting figured veneers, blocked legs, and hardwood interiors. Remember! The price goes up after the August Sale! «r* '15 SPRING Avyust So/« frfet, S9.9S Buy m«w! $«»e war 30%! 165 big, deep, doable d«ek c*il* np> port yon in CMC. Two side ttafaHisen kwld it firm. OntinBons angle border fauM prevent* torn bedding. 90-Coil Spring $4.95 Prfee* «r« CPt *14 95 Mattress August Sofe Price, Prices are going UP! *8» SUITE Specie/ for August So/e, Sat* c»er 34%! Act now and get this t-piece suite in the August Sale! It's wsily an $8f valne at today's high price*. Covered all over in Angora Mohair. Vith serpentine (curved) frants. And open carved frames. A BIG valne at this low price! oo SamS Cceiyias Oorfit Does Family Wash in Half an Hour! $ 44*45 Ward Washer gets c/otAes whiter, too/ down, $5.50 a month plus carrying charge Ward's ripple tub provides gentle washboard action! Gets clothes whiter—a whole tubful in 6 minutes! This new electric washer has full 6-sheet capacity. Beautiful porcelain enameled tub. Splash-proof cover. Enclosed gears. Famous Lovell wringer. And other features of our higher priced raachhwe. Ate* with BriOC* * Scran** «M KmOtttv tor h*MM with*** «leretri«lcr Table Lamps Augvtt So/* Aict, $1.59 Save 30%! Pottery base; paper parchment shade. Choice: Whit*, rust or green. Poster Bed Avgtst Sah Priet, $9.95 . Pri*cs are going np! Built of hardwood; walnut finish. Odd Chest August So/* ft-icg, 'G 88 . Save almost S0%! Hardwood in walnut finish. Has Four big (irawers. $10.88 Boy wm! S**e Coinf<xt*bl*» de Prenier iriw «•& frw. A. C. A. l**fafc , 50-lb. Mattress Odd Dresser August $o/« rV/e*> -J* 8 Price goes np 25% a/tcrSile. 40-in. site; walnut finish. Swinging mirror, Buy now. Panel Curtains If we bought them today you'd paySOc each. Sheer ecru French Marquisette panels 39 inches x 2Vi yds., trimmed with 3-in rayon covered bullion fringe. Each .CLEARANCE Radios Floor Sample*— Demonstrator* — almost at your own price! Yoor chance to own a Guaranteed modern set for little money! ACT NOV —while they last Consoles as low as $2445 Mantels us low •« $14.95 Easy Payments If Desired W A R D PHONE 151

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