Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 11, 1933 · Page 7
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" 'BUY BXTTU Of AJUS IMMBBI^_______ ^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^E~^S-HHHH^HHJI^ Price Control Dispute Rages In NRA Group WASHINGTON. (HE)—Price control disputes caught officials of the oil, recovery, and aKrlcultural administrations between heate cross-fire Tuesday. A direct effort of the NRA cor sinners' board to ward off prlct fixing of petroleum products wa revealed in a letter from th board's chairman, Mrs. Mary H Rumsey. to 'Secretary of Interlo Harold L. ickes, administrator o the oil code. She said that in the oil industry the "recovery program has beei moving at high apeed la reverse, by increasing *a« motorists' bll since June 1 at the rate of mon than $500,000,000 annually whlli paying workers only $126,000,00i more. The general retail code was stlJ pending bef or«^A.dmlnistrator Hugh S. Johnson. He was said to fayo the "stop loss" formula of pric< control but his consumers' advisory board insisted that U it was Incorp- orated''in the code there must be drastic regulation of trade. The separate grocery code, con taining a 7 1-2 per cent retail "stop loss" formula, was both praised and condemmed at hearings which started Monday before the agricultural adjustment administration. The national association of retail grocers strongly favored the code as written. DBS MO1NES <D-R> — Iowa's commission on liquor control met Tuesday In the Iowa statehouse to report on various systems the mem bfrs have investigated in the past Each of the commissioners has made a complete study of an inrtl- ^dual plan submitted to him earll- «-r in the year and Tuesday briefly outlln^ his findings to the commission as a group. In addition the commission has Mudied a variety of plans submitted to it Sept. 20 at a public hearing sponsored by the comrnl&sioners. Following Tuesday's reports the commission is expected to start drafting Us final recommendations which will be pres-nted to a special session of the? Iowa legislature in the form of a liquor control measure. Commissioners and the plans thtn- were to report on today are: sVn. Joe R. Frailey. FFt. adison. ttu* Bruit system of Sweden: DicJc U. Uine, Davenport. th<» Norwegian system: th* Rev. Stoddard Lane. ties Moinos, the Quebec system: NV R. Lee, Carroll, the Danish plan: John W. Carey, Sioux City, the Finnish system; Maj. Gen, ftauJww. A. Tialey, Council BJutfs, the Ontario plan; Dr. O. R. Latham. C«!ar Falls, the Delaware plan; R E. Mauley, Mason City, the Rhode Island plan: and Judge E. G. Moon, Ottumwa, the Connecticut DES MOIXES T.B--Revision of the Iowa coal price scale under provisions granted by the NRA was underway here 'Wednesday. Members of the board of directors of the recently organized Iowa Coal Trade association -were convened to classify all types of coal sold ia Iowa. A minimum price will be a;r e( i oa for each kiad of fuel and this state later will be considered by the Iowa coal code authority, a group composing both coal mine operators and dealers who were organized, to execute the code in Iowa. On being approved by the Iowa code authority group, the scale -vill be scanned by the code executive committee of division 2 -which includes Iowa. Illinois and Indiana. Besides drafting the proposed price scale, the Iowa code authority group -will be charged with, en- ioic-iueuc of the trade agreement, it was explained. The committee will receive all complaints of price cutting, short v.-eights or other infractions of the agreement. Entering into the price scale which lowans will pay for fuel this winter will be the influence of shortened work-days and wage changes under the NRA. revision of freight rates in various parts of tb? nation and increased handling costs, it was explained. ITS 101 Prof. Gucomo Peroni of Rome. .,11 emissary o£ the Italian govern- tueni. sseiK Monday and Tuesday on Us? Iowa State college campus in the course of his investigations < f agricultural wastes research in '.his country. Italy raises some eora and the Italian government; is particularly interested, the professor said in chemical engineering work with furfural and. maizolith. t. wo p ro . i.'ucr.s developed at Iowa State from corn wasi.es. The professor conferred wiui Prof. 0. R. Sweeney. iiea'i 'if chemical "ngineerins and !•'. B. Jacobs, in charge of the federal station for agricultural wastes research at Iowa State. Professor Peroni is a former member of tl)e r':i.cult.y of Turin i.'Diversii.y a.uii was at one time a iiieiTiber of t.!v? tt;i.llan parliament. 'I'll-? professor also is visiting '^" furt'unil pl'iui at. (.'wi'ar Rip'd.s I''" only one of t.he hind, a.nd Cor- ! i; t,hf . U1( , Ro- i n" AMIS DAILY TlIBUKrTlMlf, AMBt. IOWA, WEDNESDAY, UCTOUB 11, FAOIOT1 ONLY THREE MORE DAYS 29c DmJbfegrcjpoiw laucuML l,Ut I-ft. tiiet. Fw Vu4 Week Only! BfoaPaa Craj «Mun«lwar«.'' haMUw. Buf it W.nJ Week. S«T.| At JPrte* In Wmr* We*k FmU-Six* * ffmmmrtmf lrie*to*« •BSSSt OIL RANGE $33.50 $4 down, $9 monthly, small carrying charge Ward* full-«*e means 30% to 40% larger in'i cooking top and ovea thin the avenge! Rich irory and green porcelain enamel on doon*. tplaahen and burner drams. And 5 wickles* 1 burner* that heat the oven at gas range speed! Sare now! Caavex Kettle ASfeTalie! day porcelain enamel. SM-qt. Me. TuuMt carer. Wire ha*dl» >^VMI XXX* ? if n &• iDSE At This Price Ward Week Oalr! Circulating Heater Heats Mare Spaee On Sane Fuel! Doable Bailer Mcralw/ Tin eorer. 2-qt. lower boiler, 1)4 aarl intct. Wood *8 down. $5 montlily, small carrying charge The price will be higher after Ward Week. A. fall *i»e circulating heater with Ward's regular cast-iron heating unit, fataoai for strength and efficiency. Cased in a beautiful grained walnut finish cabinet in porcelain enamel Heal* »ove *pace than ordinary type heaters because it 'draw* in air then drcnlatet it through the top. Tea Kettles >ii 29C lar 69c raliw! ' Welded spoat. 4jf- tqt. tiie. Cod wooJ ' handle saves burrn. Save $6*00 during Ward Week • 24-GALLON 4«Sewe4 Bro^M MM/ 19c iag e»m nuke* dub btr>*m eCeieot— stnrdr. And ic* wiwt 7»a M*»! Milk Pails rr Washing for Family of 4 Dons in 30 M/nvtes $ 38 88 Heavy 135 Ik, tin plate. Sanitary bails- Limit of I t* a castonier. Bargain Pall ' t«*»fW 12C Look! A 19e Talne! 10-qL s i i e. bot- eBpp<«L Tin bail. Bar jcvrrsi »oirl $3 down, $5 a month, plus small carrying charge Think of it—Ward Week price saves you $0.00. And 30 minute* after you start this vraaiwr a whole week's wash for a family of 4 is done. Ward* gentle washboard action gets clothe* far whiter. Lasts longer, too. Ako with fir/093 & Straiten Gm £»• hr hotn*s without •/•ctr/c/ty. \Vort/i fwict HIGHER PRICED SHADES Ltfta u«ttd >»***» •* p i n h • 1 e L Wttertolor IMMd l#r e«4«r. Qwice •f Marquisette This Low Price for Ward iTeek Only S«Mtwal! That'i tHbat «lm Ward Wtek prk* is! Ywi'd pey twice a* awdk at l»4«7*» xJliag price. Make acw emrtaiM h*m taw >a«cr. clew, ea«7«to-tnb marqoitctu. The «t nnihwOI be a big MTiayrod haadtone owtaiM, »•. Cushion Dots Set* 69c With cotton prices climbing we cant hope to repeat thit valnel So buy now! Fresh, sheer certain* for fatt. At thu saving yoa can pat them in every room. Carefully made, Generously cat. The fluffy dots are woven light into UM fabric. Tab them all you like — they come up as soft and vehrety as new. Three styles to choose from — several colors. Price must go up after this week! Wask BoUer • fin $2.39 Uwul 13.45 vaiae! Copper with lion«ii interior S t a r d 7 bo«k handles. War* Week SALE Special! S+r* \oir: Wardoleum RUGS » » Metal loops. 1 x ?1- io. Hiis lev price T!T*rJ V«M^L- aSWlw F W 4k V ^ C^A. VXU / • No dealer orden. 9x12 Feet 4.89 No more felt haw rues at this low price after Ward Week! Stainproof I Waterproof! And their hard enamel surface can't absorb vrater, grease or stains. Floral aad tile patterns. Carriage Bolts W *» tit (Mr 25 '" I9c Perfect tkrwds! Hard steel. Useful sbe for odd jobs. Mjcbine bolts, to«. Warrf* Pipe Furnaee $5 down. *«} monthly. srniill carrying charge Manila Rope size 3A lOOft. Save '•; (i a r i n g I Ward Week. W»ter. proofed 100% manila. No Jmler i orders accepted. It will par 700 to decide this week to buy a furnace ! Prices are rising. Yet in Ward Week yoa can boy thi* regular Ward furnace at less-than-uaual price! Same in erery way as the ones we tested against 5 other leading faraacea to prove it heats more space, has heavier construction. Ward Week Speeial 5f AMLESS AXM1NSJER RUG§ = $19.89 Rug prices are going up, up, UP! Don't miss these Ward Week valnea., AJI wool, seamless Axminsters —copies of genuine Oriental designs. Every mg perfect! ill 327 Main St., Ames, la. Pipe Elbows 50C Smoke Pipe JOC Complete fittings of all sorts at comparable pricea. 24x48-in. Qienilie Rugs . . 9xl2-ft. Wardoleum Rugs . $4.19 Phone 151—Ames, la.

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