"Eft ItTTtl m 4MMT NRA CONSOLIDATES ITS ORGANIZATION Acts to Speed Code* AMBS DAILY MI1UH1 HUM, AJttI, IOWA, THUMDAY, OCTOBJ* 5, 1933. PAOB mi for Business WASHINGTON <UJR)— The NRA *ac conwlidaUftc iU oriaiiaa- tlon Wednewlay In, an effort to speed completion of p*rmaatat iadttitritl codec counted on to bring more re-employment. The reorganisation wat designed to increase the efficiency on the code-making machinery and enable Administrator Hugh 8. Johnson to delegate tome of his tremendous responsibilities to subordinates. Th« »•* alignment Is expected to b« perfected soon after Johns** retnrns from hit New York e««f«r«B«w with Pret- ideut RooteTelt. Up to the present about 30 deputy administrators, each with his group of codes to handle, hav»« We* working more or *le« directly under Johnson. Under the new organization as now planned, four deputies will be made divisional administrators. They will be directly responsible to Johnson. The entire field of industry and business will be divided among the four. Each will have a corps of deputies to handle specific codes. The fotr divisional chiefs, all deputy administrators at prevent, will be Kenneth M. Simpson, New York consulting ; engineer who handled the oil, coal and steel codes; A. D. Whiteside, president of Dun £ Bradstreet, who had charge of textile, retail trade, banking and many other codes; Malcolm- Muir, president of McGraw-HUl Publishing company, who has handled the transit, bus and .many manufacturing codes; and Major General Clarence C. WllMams. former chief of ordnance in (he army, who bac had a variety of codes including that for the shoe industry. . . Fitting in with the immediate reorgcalution program- are plans now being devised for unified and centralized administration of code* after they are completed. Tt» date, 50 codes hate . been completed, including the 17 signr ed by the president' late Tuesday. Hearings have been completed on more than 100 others- including the master retail code*, which are still in- tbe mill. Hearings have been scheduled on 60- odd more and others are: being iil(G d?ily. Codes signed Tuesday by the president covered bankers, boiler manufacturing, knitting, braiding and wire covering machinery; textile machinery manufacturing, motor vehicle retailing, women's belts, electric storage batteries, glass container, laundry and dry cleaning machinery, v lime industry, farm equipment manufacturing, retail lumber, builders supplies, sad- dlery, luggage and fancy leather.' goods, ice industry and boot and shoe industry, , , S'RA officials concede • that the, temporary, presidential, re-employr ment agreements have now shown their maximum benefits.. They; feel speed- in bfiaging all indus-f try under permanent codeB is. essential to consolidate and extend these gains. Austria .Plans Ruthless Drive Against Nazis o VIENNA (CJ)—Ruthless suppress sion of Nazi activities in retaliation for the attempted assassination ot Chancellor En'gelbert Dollfus*. wa» demanded Wednesday by government leaders. While Dollfuss recovered resll- iently fr#m bis wounds and Planned to go to his office fMrsday. his would-be tuvaasla, 22 year old Rudolf Dertlg, former anay lance corporal, said: "t wished thru by attack to attract attention to my stepfather, Dr. Raimijftd Guenther* as the,only maa to assure Austria's prosperity." Gyenther is an author. la a statement to ftolic? previously, the clean cut, rather'handsome Dertil said he had not wished to kill DollfusE but wanted to show that the diminutive chancellor was unable to take care of himself, much less less the state. BUt it seemed the only effect of the shooting would be to solidify support Of Dollfuss as head of the state that the chancellor plans. Dertil, the atttcker, left the army in May aid arrived here from Schladming September i7. His army comrades considered him a Nazi sympathiser but he wa* never active politically. A great crowd, including between 3,000 and 4,000 Heimwebi troops without their arms, conducted a patriotic demonstration before the chancellory last alght in Thanksgiving for Dolifusa' escape. RUPTURE! Dr. Shtllenberter, .the Chicago Specialist, who has visited Ames every month for several years, has arranged to have a RUPTURE EXPERT with him who will personally demonstrate his method without charge. Sheldon-Munn Hotel SAT., OCT. ? 1 p. m. to 8 p. m. ULTTURE is dangerous, re- sardless of how small H is. 'tupdreds of deaths from Jointure ar« avoided by hav- '"8 them att«nd«<] to, In time. DO not neglect this opportunity if you bava a rupture. k And H ome Qtv And Farm I Sweater T9 *» lurft, m*lmm «*»**. wwriag. TM lMib«r, Bevy* 99 •• 4v» WorkShoea $1.98 Pr. tp»2SC *ttk Ml «*«•• Vi Mta's ••<!•• C bars f or 2 ^ ** ™ Mr* they ••» to! «• U- " $ bars for 2$C 49c "InJi.B Head" Tstbfast dret»*f, with or with««t ' 3 » 6. Sale •! HieM 9 s Work Shirts Stwrdy All nMM»i»> It 25C ea. - T*H»red r«Tot Uuuaitrt jur tbort- let, mbo Uee trim •ted pMiiiet. 9 SHOES $2.59 Pr. Save ^7.00 During Ward Week Electric Washer W»k $38,88 PRINTS .Yd. TubfMt eottow, F«H Mttenu. for ehUdren'c frock*. 36-m. IS NOW ON WmU $4 down, f4 a ftioBtb, plus sMOI cJirrving charge Think of it— Ward Week .price saves you $7.00. Aod 30 minutes after you start this washer- a whole week's wash. for a family of 4 is done! Ward 's .gentle washboard action gets clothes far whiter. Jt makes clothes last longer, too. Buy now "and save. , Also with famous Brigfs * Stra-tton 4 Cycle Gas Zngine for homes without electrtetty Sllk€rep« SHOES on. All new Fall Ari* «nd Mack. k ^/i \»\- WorJ W**k Flat Wall Paint ftrlc* Overaighft UMMS f «r Ye«nt & ^ Apply at Bight. Dry by ••raiag. W*ib it witk tail 4 <«ap Mt4 wtter. 15 »!!«•• . trre eoUrs. '9T Iiuld« Dries in 4 hrs., $1 gal. BRUSH SPECIAL 4-in. Wall Brush, 2-in. Varnish Brush . JA^ Both ........ 17* <*"» ^ *» SHOTGUN 5 L*5t TA«ii Ltst Ytar! $18.75 lowered «ur ilr**dy low price. H«r* »« y<"» r ektnee t« •wn ike gun 150,6M hanten h«*« Ckr»me v«n«ii*i« «**! ptrtt, black wslnkt rt*ck. SI Cushion Dots At 50% more the»« curtains would b« a hargffin! 4-in. nil- ilet. Cream, ecru. 6 th»U Marquisette fcvMwl S»Ktol JC a yard Sheer, clear, plain weave. 39-in. wide. U«a«Dy ««U» at almost twice thii, Ward Week price! Sp«c/o/ Ward W**k Pfict on WatJt Famous KiVerWf MOTOR OIL 100% Pur* Pennsylvania Hame Straps tit Wirrf W*Wk V«fn 8 for 750 Meul loops, 1 x 21- in. This I6w price Ward Week only! No dealer orders. $1.69 pair W»e women wffl honry in fof tb«*c «aart fill «boea. Every good styfe ie bftre—*t tb« ro«k-boUom kmr price for W«d Vedt ONLY! Black kid or black c*tf tin, punifm some with **h support, Gob«n, Loowor Boukrrtrrf heefe. AM0iM««>ii wmted widths. Get your fill shoes at Ward Week pric«. Don't delay a minute! Hmryi tei* ^^\ Mem ! A Cms* Bemt M»*th* A§*. So m L»m Ward Week Price? SHIRTS Months ago we bought for cashVeTery^ better shirt .we could find in maker*** Btodks. Today they're worth at least twice^ this price! Fine fabrics, including high count broadcloths. *, Full^at, color-faatt; well-made in every seam. Plain or fancy.j We Can Offer For Ward VVeefc Only! ...*•..*«.' '•v.-.-.V.U «»KvK JKKSw .•.vtv.'. .'•V.V. .•.v/.v.v /n yow own corttomtr Vard Week is another break for motorist*. "Bring your own container" is all we ask to give you th« benefit of this tremendous value. Money can't buy better oil. Tt is expertly rehned for Wards from the finest, most expensive Pennsylvania crude out of the top price Bradford District. Iff Plate Batterj. 12 months' guarantee Rlvenidc Spark Flogs, 4 or more, each Enamelware Your (3hoice Granite gray porcelain fused •rer heary »teel! Five pieces in this sale: Teakettle, S«nee Pant. Kettle. Double Boiler. lUttnd Dish P*n. Values 39c to 69c. Golden€resf§ilk HOSE Fall- Fashioned Gla»s Tumblers Ward'* price wte* * I r ilh *L^l onitl . op now! etter The same smart fall colors, 7 the same sheer, even weave that have made "Golden Crests" so popular everywhere. But... for Ward Week only this reduced price! Here's your chance to stock up for the whole season and gave money doing it! Both chiffon and service weights with picot tops, cradle foot, reinforced for wear at heel and toe. Hurry' 327 Main St., Ames, la. Phone 151—Ames, la.
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