Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 5, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 5, 1933
Page 6
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M OTT BCTBB AMES DATLT TIIBUKE TMM. AMU. IOWA, TPKSrAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1933. STUDENTS LOANS BY RFC FAVORED PHILADELPHIA <U.F>—The proposal of Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, Chicago university president, to have the federal government advance money to penurious college •tudentt. found an enthusiastic supporter in Dr. Charles IE. Beury, president of Temple univendty. In comineatini upon Hutchlns' plan to hare the Reconstruction Finance Corporation supply money to worthy students, or prospective students, Dr. Beury said: "1 believe it would not be amiss for me to make some suggestions concerning the way such a plan should be put In operation. One of the fundamental principles underlying the R. F. C. loans has been that they be self-liquidating. ^> yS- score in Spectator / Sports . . • ai"much"of a paying proposition as building bridges and tunnels.* •«« "Education pays actual mone tary dividends over a period 01 years, and l do aot see why ai least a part of the funds released under this plan should not be re paid the .government. It will give the fortunate men and women who receive this aid an added in centive to work. "It is my opinion, arrived a after many years, that the stu dents who works his way thru school often is the one who gets the greatest benefit from the school." Federal aid, Dr. Beury said would make salary cuts and cur tallment of curricula unnecessary FATALLY INJURED DBS MOIRES, (U.E) — Funeral services were being arranged Tues day for Anchor Sonne, 72, who was fatally injured when struck by an automobile near Valley Junction late Monday. Sonne died of skull fracture. ;• a du>^bLj icuujie HOLEPROOF HOSIER/ For »!»• corr«ef feat* fe aeeenf e gr*y c.osfura«, e on t a i t our Holeproof Color iaitmbU Book. (Hosiery DepO The greys are strong favorites in the outdoor life of fashion, this autumn ... and •with them, everywhere, goes Smokey. It's a shade that suggests gunmetal with a taupe cast—developed by Holeproof colorists expressly for the soft, rich woolens in taupe grey, and slate, and medium and oxford grey... and shown in sheer chiffons and the more sternly practical weights. Several attractive styles are featured at 89c- TILDEN'S Dependable Since 1869 TO MARK TRAGEDY SITE MEADE, Kan. <UE)—A monu ment will be erected at the site o: the Lone Tree massacre of Au gust, 1874 in Meade county. The memorial will be erected from funds raised by public subscription. ROOSEVELT FACES FORD SHOWDOWN (Continued from Page One) uation. The government stoot ready to impose a code, if negotia/ tors fail to reach an agreemem promptly. They have bickered for weeks. The negotiators, headed by John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, on the one side, and J. D. A. Morrow, president of the Pittsburg Coal company, on the other, were to resume conferences at 2 p. m. The operators sought a qualifying clause in the labor provisions whereby emlpoyers could hire or discharge miners on a basis of individual merit, regardless of union affiliations. The Lewis group sought a contract giving the United Mine Workers blanket recognition thruout the vast soft coal fields that have been steadfactly anti-union. Officials of the recovery administration finally will'be called upon to decide on both demands. Regarding the latter, they were represented as hopeful that the contract would permit recognition of other miners' or ganizations, since an exclusive agreement would mean a closed shop. > A dispute on the desirability of immediate price fixing under the oil code was to be carried to President Roosevelt, it was indicated Tuesday. Secretary of Interior Ickes .refrained from setting a base price for crude oil and gasoline in promulgating the oil code Saturday. Leaders of the industry generally approved bis action, but some mem bers of the planning and coordinating committee, administrative body in charge of the code, were disappointed. . This .group felt that Ickes should save assured the industry of at least a dollar a barrel for crude as the government's first act under the code. At the start of deliberations after their appointment by the president last week, the members of the committee agreed that any state- , vw8w^».^^^ Name Wanted WIN $ 18 75 DRESS — FREE! I have taken over complete ownership of the Willard Store in Ames, la., and intend to continue under the same store policy as in the past... Exclusive High Quality and High Style Merchandise, We have endeavored to always be first with new styles in a range of sizes for Madam and Miss, We will be pleased to serve all the customers of the Willard store in the same manner as in the past, and invite the patronage of the entire community to share in the operation of this store. VIOLET ALIFF HIX Formerly Manager Willard's What Will We Call This New Store? That we will let the customers decide. Starting Wednesday, September 6, with every purchase you are eligible to submit a name for our store. This will cover a period of one month closing Wednesday, October 4th. The names will be judged, and the winner announced in this/newspaper. There will be one prize which is an $18.75 Pall Dress. Come in and better acquaint yourself with the policies of our store and the class of merchandise we carry—perhaps it will aid you in making your name entry. Full details can be obtained at the store at any time. f Introductory Hour Special! 10 A. M. to 11 A. M. Wednesday Only CLOSE-OUT ALL SUMMER SILKS $OOO Dresses that sold up to $18.75 . . . all good styles Also Some Desirable Fall and Winter Dresses at $$.00 § What Will Bft This Firm's New Name? Make Your Name Entry at Store ment* of problem* at hand would be made by Ick«* only. It was understood authoritatively, however, that among their recommendations the committee provided for establishment of a minimum price of more than $1.10 for erudf I dent's return from vacation. oil. Ickes vetoed the recommendation in his order promulgating the code, and was. expected to confer with the president of the wisdom of his course soon after the presi- The secretary, whose task as oil administrator has been added to those of chief of the Interior department and director of the administration's $3,300,000,000 public works program, permitted the oil code to begin operating only by fixing maximum daily production for the country at 2,409,700 barrels. Ickes announced he would defer action on price-flxinf; until effects of PAOI the production allocation b*4w*M the various state* had b**ja d«t*r mined. He said he hoped OM <* thene effects would be « prk« rla* sufficient to make price-fixing by federal government unnecessary. welds Riverside's Cords into a super-strong unit! This EXTRA Patented Process gives you BLOW-OUT PROOF RSID TRADE IX OLD TIRES Dangerou* old. -worn, weak tire* ire worth money at Wards in trtde for finest quality, safe Riverside*. Riverside DeLuxe Wards Finest <4"Ply (& •>/»'•* viM/er trtud) 29x4.40-21 ..16.48 29x5.00-19 .$ 8.05 30x450-21 .. 7.10 28x5.25-18 . 9.00 28x4.75-19 .. 7^1 28x5.50-18 . 10.00 Otfor Size* Priced Similarly Low Free Tire Mounting Built to Prevent the Cause of Blowouts! Riverside's Cords—-the HEART of the tire—are made of extra strong, premium cotton. 15v«ry cord in every ply is dipped in LATEX—100% pure, liquid rubber. This cements the cords into a super-strong unit! It gives Riversides the strongest carcass made! It resists the effects of blistering heat inside the tire! It prevents cord separation—the cause of blowouts ! Backed by Worth Unlimited Guarantee Riversides are backed by the strongest tire guarantee ever written. Every single Riverside tire is guaranteed to give service that is satisfactory to you. No time limit! No mileage limit! We Guarantee to Save Vo*f Money! And we guarantee that Wards Riverside tires are better in quality* mileage, and safety than any other tire selling at the same price! 'RIVERSIDE TIRES will not blow out under normal road conditions during the life of the tread if they are kept properly inflated according to specified air pressures. Blankets $1.39 FRANKLY SPEAKING: Pr. Cotton has more than .doubled in price! Buy now —$1.39 for 70s 80 siw£ Values. Blankets Price* are baeasi to go so. 1 Baf NOW! Pastel eolof plaid blanket*. Blankets Wa?tYe!oa! $M8 Pr. 3 B>. Hanksts, 6fe 80 inches with sateen boond eods. Pastel colors. Cannon Towels 4 Wan! We cut the price to gat* a million neu> frtendsl WARD§ RIVERSIDE It's the lowest price in history for 1st quality Riverside Spark Plugs! Now you save more than ever! Made of best materials obtainable. Easy to clean, 2 piece constrnction. MOW OXLY 32c Each, for 4 «r more WINTER KING BATTERY Guaranteed IB Momth* As low a* $5-75 wtthaM battery •', \ Deep, doable loot " ; ' ' tnrkish towels. Jfe 44. Bath size. Bif colored borders. Tots 9 Sleepers fimf tetf.' With or without feet. .Striped or solid color cotton knit. Sate! Capeskin Gloves A Wenf Yeht! 88C Pr. Slipons plain Of novelties in black, brown or dark gray. Oversewn seams. Save money. The Biggest Choir Value We 9 ve Ever Offered $24.95 Lounge Chair Lautdrr Stove Big 4-hole top. 0! beaiy east-iro&t BB- faforeedL B ata j cobs, coal or wooA, Slate Roofing AWanl Ys'of! $1.§0 e fatt Dwarj J00«j.ft. Triple dipped— 3oob!e coai«£ Labeled b y Usdw- writers*. S a » e s os tastmisce. WEB". Here's \vhy it's a $24.95 value! It has "Comfort Web" construction. Which means that 36 coils float on a flexible steel webbing platform. Xo sags or bumps here. It has the new shaped front ami button-tufted high back. And it comes in rayon friezette or brocaded tapestry—in choice of green or rust. NowOnfy Barbed Wire , A Want Vab*/ *' $1.10 80 rod spool 1320/w* Tough, open hetxfh annealed. li a a f sharp barbs. Dverr rod it foannteedl 83 down, $4 monthly, plus carrying charge iterf ex- Semi-Gloss AWal Vain! $2.50 Paint for genera) cse on wood, melt] or plaster. Easy ta apply, washable* Pood Chopper A Ward Yahn> 89« Here's a valoe! Cots.3 UM. per minute.Heai-fly tinned. Has four reversible Lnrrea. 81x99 Sheets 89* Finn, smooth, tally bleached. Hand torn, and hemmed, No filling. Valoet! We Know of No Finer Bike AI Any Price than this Hawthorne Super-Flyer $34-9$ With Air Cvdion Balloons I $4 down. 85 monthly And it saves you $5 to $101 Small carrying charge. It's top-quality all the way through! Air Cushion balloons that are bigger, easier-riding, safer even than ordinary balloons! Stainless steel mudguards and all chromium-plated fittings! Electric horn, headlight and tail-light! Big Troxcl saddle and tubular steel package carrier. The frame is permanently rust-resisting and Vi- chrotne enameled—9 times harder than ordinary enamel Yet you save $5 to $10! Clothes Pins A Won* Yata-t Urn for 40 J.UL pins Good old favorites! Polished hardwood. 4-in. length. And yon usually pay at least 10e! Tarn Toaster A Worrf Yalnf $1.00 A tnm-flTer toaster new in design with a baktlile base. Makes Toatt to roar ia*te. Bay it! Phon*> Ames, Iowa

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