Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 28, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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Saturday, October 28, 1933
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"' BUT 1BTTI1 QT AMU " AMBg EMLY ttIBOOT.tlliM.UiIi, IOWA, f ATtflDAY, OCTOBE1 28 FKHC KLES AND HIS FRIENDS 7AOIUTSI An Ultimatum! By Bloater Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our- super help". irW"^icle7Vchu;ch I D ^rvlce vacuum cleaner.' aii phone 678. j rainier rUumbing Co. V ' 108 Haywaru Ave. Phone 1091 AT U. B. church Friday, Nov. 3rd, at 2:00 on church lawn. Church will appreciate donations of salable goods of any kind from all who can or call Furnace Cleaning We clean and repair ail makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnace?. A. G. Speers Sunday Dinner Chicken Princess Soup Baked Young Chicken, Celery Dressing 50c *3XS b &??i aip^/ST" "" " Tto s !ff „, Hot Rolls - Wblpped Potatoes ' " 2 ' m ua * Creamed Carrots and Peas Stuffed Peach Salad ! Chocolate Cream Pie | -Coffee—Tea—Milk [ C. L. Dixon Drugs Inc. i EFSMSIVSIY IMFRfSflVi, TWIIft. RUKIMIWS ATTACK EXPECTED TWAT YOU'D SEC MC AFTER THE , CRASH 6ETTWS TMROOfiH *NXt HEAP,«tfHT TiAH PLAY ' ** °^ SINS SSCOW&T.M* CALLED SOU ONTWIS ,CBASK.... ' WAN*IW<5 UP TWg Olt> MEAKJ CRASH IS MAKK»1N* TWEM UR..VWHAT M£ IM AWD FJSHT R3Q NOT CRASH PAVIS !.' LAST CHANC WAUTIFULLY, Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FOY GLACrrs. HE'S GETTtNB. TOODM3UNC fCP WOODS*. UX)K, «NT T OTTE? Another Language! By Cowan MADAM: DO YOU NEED TO i "77 r~rr have a package delivered? If you j Have It Done Riffht' tia^^aBMS! ™ i 2si %s,f "'* •"' Motorcycle Delivery Service. ! A messing _ i Ames rantonum I Quality Cleaners {410 Douglas Phone 231 NEW FURNACES Gtn. furnac* repair work. Furnacet vacuum cleaned. Ere trough work. F. A. Gould 4—Strayed, Lost, Fovnd LOST: OLD FASHIONED YEL- low gold pin Saturday on or near campus. Call 5S2 or return to 307 Lynn. LOST: WALTHAM WRIST watch, white gold mesh band. Liberal reward if returned to John Zanias, Club Cafe. S—Automobile*, Track* lor Special Bargains I'or This Week Only 19GO Plymouth 4-door Sedan __|125 3929 Erskine Coach, clean J125 1S28 Erskine Panel Truck $95 laJl Ford Coach, like new $230 1931 Forti Town Sedan, clean $315 1932 Chevrolet 6-wheel Coach i „. „ . _. _. . ... , with trunk, low mileage $435 ! | 2^—Help Wanted. M*le 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan $240 /-• V "e n *->r'rvA 1929 Chevroler'Truck, with 32x6 j v^Ul IQU Oell $23.UU Phone 527-J 312 Main St. AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLE. Phone 2061. 83—Help Watted, Female Can You Sell $25.00 for 50c? If so, we'll pay See Mr. Orrick Times office. you well for it. at the Tribune- 10-ply tires and farm box $165 Several other good buys Allen Motor Co. 'Chevrolet Dealers Phone 395 5th & Douglas for 50c? If so, ive'll pay you well for it. See Mr. Orrick at the Tribune- Times office. SPECIAL Corn Empire Day '29 DU.I .nt Coach $75 '29 Naeh Special $175 '28 Buick Coach ; $165 '30 Olds Coach, 6 wheels $265 '28. Hudson Coupe, very good .$125 , Hudson 4-door, none better $9'5 T.T..J««« /"*~.. n u »nr * 27—Work Wanted, Female Hudson Coach $20 '29 Ford Coach $125 '29 Ford Coupe, rumble seat $105 '23 Ford Coupe, side mount —$115 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Max Duitch Auto Ex. WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Gooa clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward. Call 2034. ' , —: 5 ..J. WANTED: PRACTICAL • "NURS- ing. Day or night Red Cross training. Write 2708 Tribune. BCGINMNG TO ASK FOR THNfiS. THEBE DIDITEU.'XTXJ? SEE-HE KNOWS MOW TO ASK FOR BREAD! HE ^MOO-COW J ^-^««fc ** -•^—^ ALLEY OOP A New Deal! VOU CANSCRANA. FDOZY, IF VA WANTA, BUT M TIRED OF THIS MONKEY BUSINESS.' NOKII GONNA RIDE WE, WITHOUT A FIGHT.' / ? V R&RTY . THROW/ e\ BLIND, KNOW/ THEY'VE'A PL T. YOUR 74—Wearing Apparel USED CAR SALE All Prices Reduced 1930 Essex Sedan _____,L_ $185 1932 Ford Cabriolet - ;.S5 1929 Pontiac, clean $185 1929 Ford Pickup $95 1926 Buick Sedan $55 Majestic car radio, used 30 days . $32.50 Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales & Service 1 93 1 Willys 6 Sedan TO CARE FOR CHILDREN BY day or week. Write Tribune 2713. GIRL WANTS Phone 271-J. HOUSE WOiRK. Shoes for Growing Children A very complete line from infants shoes to size S. The Brown Shop 212 Main St. 41—Wanted to Borrow WANTED TO BORROW: $1,600 on dear Polk county, Iowa, 160- acre farm. Write Tribune 2703. PARTY WANTS TO BORROW $2,000 at 7% on modem home on paved street Owner. 2714 Tribun3 44—Business Instruction THE BLOCHER-RITE sctte. Phone 2096-J. CHICAGO OJ.PJ—Livestock: • HOGS: 9,000, including 8,000 directs. Market slow, 10 to 15c low- top $7.50 paid rangers $7.35 on natives. Best Week's bulk fat Johnson Fixes First of Year as Date for Completion of Codes WASHINGTON, (HE)— Complete codification of industries "by the end of the year was the goal set Friday by Administrator Hugh S. K O R- j er. Desirable ISO to 280 Ibs., $4.:5 j.' ff1:?,d. A,Z trm 9A An ^VfVi rt*,e, nnn^nn — 0 — T ..v«. .. t ^n.o uuin. itti i . ewes $1.50@$2.75. Feeding lambs, I Joh_son for the reorganized NRA. «r;n/B,«c™ 7»—For Sale, Miscellaneous SALK: MOOVEK SWEEBE-i Excellent condition. Complete '* " ^ " $22.50. Call EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY For a limited number of stu dents desiring a business training we are making a special offer. It K'iH pay you to investigate this opportunity at once. Phone or write Northwestern Institute, Box 143, Ames, Iowa. 53—Doga, Cat*, Pets Six wheels, side mounts. Trunk rack. New tires. Runs perfect. $285.00 Open Evenings. Dodge - Plymouth - Oldsmobile W. H. Nutty Garage Phone 35 . AMES 414 Main St. Used Cars at Bargain Prices , . Heaters. Prestone, Alcohol and SU- j f^f~\/~\r\ Trw?/ A r*r\ A PJER PYRO. WRECKER SERVICE, j VJ^JVJU IVJWA LUAL Cliff Roberson Garage I™* has some s°°d coai and some rhrvBipr »iid Pivmhnm th-.t sworse than poor. Slate, shale and black-jack don't make good fuel. Our lowf coal FOR SALE: FOX TERRIER pups. Purebred. 202 Sherman. 68—Fuel Chrysler and Plymouth 412- Burnett Phone 34 Nash—Plymouth—De Soto Dodge Coupe, new paint, tires $185 Olds Coupe, extra clean S115 Chevrolet Coupe, rumble seat. maroon ' $325 McGee Motor Co. T:'one 294 321 Lincolnway 10—Service Stations Loyd's Service Station Alcohol — Prestone Winter Oils and Greases, Batteries 815 Lincolnway—Phone 2028 is mined right, and graded. It's cleaned, sized . more than just Iowa coal. Our deliverymen are reliable. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Kellogg Ave.— Phone 232 IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein Also Ogden $2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Day Phone 2ISO-J, Nite Ph. 2S5-\\ set of attachments, 1906. MODEL A 1929 COUPE, GOOD shape. Reasonable, Also leather davenport and small ice-box. Phone 399, 1110 Lincoln way. SEWING MACHINE. PHONE 761. 607 Carroll avenue. , WARM ' :OVERCOAT. ' Cheap. Phone 733-W. SIZE id. MiseeUaneoitt WANTED Old gold, and gold filled jewelry, bridges, crowns, etc. Charles G. Ray JEWELER 230 Main SL with Dixon Drug TO—Poultry for Sale FOULT1U — L'HESSED CHICK- ens. Springs 15c per Ib. Hens, 14c per Ib. No charge for dressing and delivery. Phone 435. Woodland Farms. WHITE ROCK. MILK FED springs, 15c; hens 13c. Dress< j and delivered. Phone 371-J. @|4.45, top $4.45. Others scarce. Shippers took 200. Estimated holdover 2,000. Compared close lasi week, market 10 to 20c lower. Heavies and packing "sows 10 to 15c higher. •••-.'• CATTLE: 1,000. Compared close week ago, another excessive supply good to choice steers scaling 1,200 Ibs. and up sold off 25 to 40c. Week's closing prices lowers on crop. Better long yearlings and light steers scaling 1,000 to 1,150 Ibs., 25c lower. Lower grades, such kinds, 25c lower. All light steers and - yearlings unevenly steady to 25c; higher. Most light "heifers and mixed- yearlings fully 25c higher. Yearling steers topped early in the week at $6.50, but little over ?6.00 at close. Odd lots brot §6.50@?6.75, a premium of 50 to 75c on other heavy kinds. On all light cattle, about 7,500 western grassers in run. Most packers and feeders sold actively. Best yearlings $5.25. Fat cows 25 to 40c higher. Cutters 15 to 25c higher. Bulls 15 to 25c higher. Vealers steady: SHEEP: 6,000. For week ending Friday, 90 doubles from feeding stations, 12,500 directs. Compared close last week, fat lambs unevenly week to 25c lower. Feeding lambs firm. Sheep mostly steady. Closing bulk natives S6.75. Week's PRODUCE CHICAGO (EE)— Produce: " EGGS: Market firm; receipts 3,354 cases; extra firsts' 21; current receipts 1S@19&; dirties 12 BUTTBR: Market unsettled; receipts 7,707 tubs; specials 23^@ 24; extras 23; extra firsts 20%@ 22; firsts 1S^@19; seconds 17% C'lS; standards 21. • POULTRY- Market steady to %c lower; receipts 8 trucks; fowls 8@11; broilers 8; leghorns 7: ducks 10; geese 9^: turkeys 12 @14. CHEESE: Twins, 11%@12; Longhoms, 12^(^)12^4. POTATOES: On track 384; arrivals 12; shipments 648; market steady. . With his staff rearranged to expedite systematic handling -of codes, Johnson -passed -the word that he expected/ fast actio non the nearly 200 codes still pending. Sixty codes have been approved thus far. They cover most of the basic industries and are estimated to affect about half of the 22,000,000 persons whose wages and hours £re to be covered by codes. Hearings have been held on 130 While, Johnson speeded up the code-making machinery, a force of 200 clerks in the census bureau were tabulating "recovery census" returns expected to show the exact amount of re-employment so far and guide the NRA- Wits policy toward labor's^ -demands- for still shorter hours and higher wages. More than ' i;OQO,000 returns have been received on questionnaires sent thruout the country. Procedure for handling complaints of code violations were outlined by Johmnson in instructions to 12 branch managers of the corn- the 3,500,000 to employers 19 WHITE 55F5. ROCK PULLETS. 'OR SALE: CHICKEXS, 50c. 1429 Kellogg. 86—Aftartments, Flat* UNFURNISHED THREE ROOMS, kitchenette and bath. Oak floors. 722 Grand. then great construction industry down to the manufacture of wooden plugs. The construction code is nearly completed, but still has to face determined opposition by la- hor leaders who contend NRA is trying to slash union wage scales. The code at present simply fixes a minimum wage of 40 cents an hour for common labor, j Forty some codes are coming np for hearings within the next few jv/eeks. Others, including that for anthracite coal, have not yet been submitted. Recovery officials have oeen erpecting the anthracite code daily. The delay is understood to J | be due to a fight within the inn n , „ „ j dustry. regarding administration of No 2 corn y... 3 ic the code. Old ear corn 32c New ear corn 2 New shelled corn Oats Hogs .- ..§3.85 Cream, sweet ' ....25c Cream, sour .....2-Jc Eggs, No. i .... , 19 C Eggs, No. 2 .... 15c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs: and up 7c Heavy hens under 4% Ibs. .....5c more codes ranging from those for merce department who will act as district compliance directors pending organization of the permanent system which will stretch down to every city. "The district compliance director must bear in mind that his function is to attain compliance t>y education, explanation and adjust informally and those having birth, days told of special vacation experiences. Mrs. Williams plans to leave soou for Detroit, Mich., to spend the winter months with her daughter, <?>«><$ Entertains At Hallowe'en Party Little Veiora Opal. Dlxsori entertained at a Liasquerade Hallowe'en party at her home In West Ames' Friday evening. The children.'cam^" attired in a wide variety of joiiy costumes. The party hours between 7 and 9 o'clock were filled with games, and contests and a number of prizes were awarded. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Dixson at the close of the games. The guests were: Dona Jane Sauvain", Charlotte Nutty, Jean Nutty, Marianne Osborn, Jiquilin McKinley, Barbara Jean Cameron, Marjorie Jean Smith, Margaret Jobe, Frances Olmstead, Phoebe Willard, Anita Mae Burns, Jartet'; Yoder. •;..,. Today's Markets | Prices Bid by Local Dealers Bright Spots ift Business 82—Room and Board 12—Beauty Service OWING TO THE PRESENT COX- ditions this shop will gj ve 'a shampoo and finder wave for 75 C shampoo and marcel for 85c. Other work accordingly. Phone 227 Cadd's Beauty Shop. AT THE HEDRICK COMFORT Shop you can have a shampoo finger wave or marcel wave by aa expert operator. Phone 1252, YOU CAN DEPEND ON IT! OUR marcels are deep set and lastlnz Phone S09-W. The Primp Shop Moran, Harold, Ogden Iowa's Best Coal Phone 566-W COAL: CALL 1392-W FOR IOWA coal. Hennick Coal Co. LUTHER'S BEST COAL. LIV ingston Bros. Phone 1712-J. COBS; LUTHER BEST COAL. $5.00 ton. Phone 627. C 01—Garden Produce NAIVETTE PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allone's Beauty Sho'ppe. Phone 427. 18—Bbsineu ferric* Offered Glass for Every Purpose we are prepared to takfi caro of an) emergency in the line of glass. Call 538-J Ames Glass &'Body Company 53X-J J FOR SALE: PIE AXD FIELD pumpkins, squashes, Acorn and Hubbard, carrots, beets turnips, parsnips, onions, cabbage, potatoes, £;_ een tomatoes. Jensen's Gardens. Phone 1770. G Phone Ames, Ja. «•*—Household Uoodi 75 New Mirrors All sues with or without frames. 25c to $3.50 Also new kerosene lamps 75cto$1.25 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. uM REACT UM bi>rJKi J f.\G KOOM. MEALS if desired. Phone 920. FREE ROOM WITH MEALS. 920 Douglas. 88—Rooms Without Board FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished dwelling. Phone 196 Little Brothers. TWO NICELY F U R N I S H E > rooms and sleeping porch. Slo Burnett. Phone 1266-W. NEATLY FURNISHED THREE room apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. . . Heavy breed springs, 4 ibs. and over ...... ........ 7c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs. .... ..-. . ........ 6c Leghorn springs .... . ...... . . DC Leghorn hens .............. 5c All cox .............. . ..... 3c TWO MODERN SLEEPING-RMS. Close in. -218 East Seventh. DOWNSTAIRS ROOM. PRIVATE entrance. 119G-W, . 86—Apartments, Flat* CALL 486-j Apartments and bouses, close to college, clean, eat, convenient, priced right. Chas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave. HIGHLY DESIRABLE APT. FOR rent. Brookridge neighborhood. Call 61S-W or 2356. Opportunity knocks at many a man's door, but the trouble is there's nobody home at the time. G.O.P.Treasurer FOR RliNT: GOOD APARTMENT. Dr. Proctor. COZT TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. 89—Business Places for Rent APARTMENT. LIVING ROOM, bed room, kitchenette, private bath, private entrance. Phone 1473-W. FOR RENT 1 .000 feet floor space at 213 Main. S cond floor, suitable for doubie office. Will alter to suit tenants. W. H. Jameson i-OR KKNT: TWO UNFURN1SII- od apartments. Excellent condi- ion. S2!> Douglas. VARM, NICELY FURNISHED apartment, $10. 920 Douglas. 90—•linsiness Plarca for Sale house, business Piionc 'ISO. (tUI.N'i, C and equipment. By UNITED PRESS American Railway association reports frieght loadings of class one roads in -week ended October 21 were 650.482 cars, up 8,497 cars from like 1932 week. Vick Chemical company declares extra dividend of 10' cents a sharp. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company earns September net income of $3,379,018, agairst $2,276,391 in September last year. Borg-Warner corporation reports third quarter net income of ?650,931 against net loss of $468,469 in corresponding 1P32 months. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea company declares extra dividend of 25 cents a share on common stock. meat," Johnson said. "He is not an enforcement oificer of the word." .. •-<•»— Admits Killing 6 When Found Guilty of Crime NEWTON, 111. <U.E>—Five minutes after he was sentenced Friday to die in the electric chair for murdering an 82 year old woman. Harry Shelby boasted that he had silled six persons and was going to tell all about it. Shelby and his nephew John AI- en. both were sentenced to die for killing Mrs. Mary Schrader. S2, a wealthy widow, in her home. When sentence was announced, Selby aose and souted: "The kid is Innocent, you've put oo much on him. I'm guilty. I made the kid go with me. but he didn't know what I was going to do." Thomas Jett told Shelby that his confes sion had come too late and that the sentence for both defendants was a formality since the jury had decided on the death penalty. Shelby was led away and a few minutes later told newspaper men and deputies that he had killed Pre Nuptial Courtesy . : ; ~* For Miss Ruth Aplin in any sense Mrs. H. J. Hanson, Miss Elva' Carpenter and Mrs. B«rt White' 1 were hostesses at a delightful eve-, ning party Friday at the Hanson,' home on Burnett avenue as a pre-' I nuptial courtesy for Miss Ruth, 'Aplin. Mrs. Hanson served as hostess in place of her daughter Ruth who is in Chicago and was unable- to be present. . . The evening hours were spent socially and a shower of lovely, gifts was presented to the honoree. Miss Aplin, who is very well known in the city, is the daughter of Dr. C. A. Aplin. She will become the,bride of Julian K. Billings of Omaha in a ceremony to be. psr->, formed in Ames Nov. 11. A color scheme of pink and white was effectively carried out' in the refreshments served at the." close of the evening. Those present at the party were :* the Misses Ruth Aplin, Ellen 3 Bauge, Eleanor Atcheson. Mary Brindley. Louise Jones, Elva Carpenter, Winifred McKenna. Ruth. Han-ley, Mrs. White and Mrs. Han-' son. Mrs. Robert Hanson, of Orna»; ha, was a guest Trom away. U'ARTMHNT, Phono SOB. 52 DOUGLAS VARM M'AKTMIiNT. 317 SIXTH j 94— HotiM* for Rent l-'Uu uu.vii SMALL HOUSE, 2 rooms partly furnished. Call 2.162-W. KOR'IHONT: VKKY NH'K ('. ROOM modern house and siunge. 214 K. .Sovfilth street. Task of rccniitiui; national campaign funds for tho Republican party has fallon to (ioorse F. Got!!, 07, above, Chicago coal operator and hanker, with his election na treasurer of tho G. O- P. nniionnl commiltoe succeeding Joseph R. N'Ht of Cleveland, who held ths post flve year*. .Moto Meter * Gauge and Equipment 'company earns third quarter net income of $123,702, against net lose of $91,432 in similar 1932 period. General Printing Ink corporation earns third quarter net Pro.'it cf $145,-142, asainst $25,710 In corrresponding 1932 months. six persons. "Four of the murders have been unsolved," he boasted. I'm going to tell all about them soon.'' Shelby said he killed the six persons because of punishment given him during a prison term which he recently completed. "I was put in the hole (solitary confinement) sii times," he said. "and each time I was put down there, i vowed that I was going to to kill somebody for it. Six times 1 was there, and I've killed six per- suns. The death sentence was Just what i wanted, but it v. as too (much for the kid." Northern Railway earns r net. income of $1!,466,compared with $l,64S,7i!S in September 1932. Wheeling St«l Corporation •arnt third quarter net profit of $2*3,335 against net toil of *101,77« In correnpondlns 1832 (Continuoi. from P;igo ()n<\, served at 1 o'clock and a special feat in« Ib? prpsonlnMon of n lovoly decora tftl hlrt Inlay rako bak<d by Mrs. Harriott Loimsherry who also made the presentation. The Afternoon hours wen Mrs. Pye Is New f President la. P. T. A. Mrs. Charles F. Pye of Des Moines was elected president oC the Iowa Congress of Parents an4, Teachers during the third general session Thursday of the seventeenth biennial convention held in Marshalltown. She will fill the position •vacated by Mrs. M. P. Summers of Sioux City, retiring president. Mrs. C. C. Collester of Spencer as first vice-president succeeds Mrs. E- R. Grove of Ames. Other ofirers are: Mrs. Arthur Bren- neckt\ Marshalltoxvn, seccnd vicepresident: Mrs. Ray G. Miller. Des Moines. third 'ice-presidtnt; Forest E. Moore. Dos Moines, fourth vice-president; Dr. Rruct- E. Mahan. iowa City, fifth vice-president; Mrs. Carl Magdsiek. Charles City, sixth vice-president. Mrs. llr.rry Slu rwooil. Atlantic record- iiifi secretary; Mrs. A. S. Kldcr, Sioux City, tivasurtr. T h e n o ;n i E a t i n g commit(>•« which r«']>ivied \VVi]n«\sday afternoon included: Mr*. K. K. Grf>ve, Amen chairman; Mra. W L. (inn- derson, Sioux City; Mr.-i. V.'. A. uv, Sioux (My Mr.-:. W. A. Carter, Mason Citv; Mr.v .(. f. !',-,-. or Burlington; Mr". K K, Jonr-a, Mr« M. 3-. c.ratt.i.i. r/..j,ir Mr«, Os«lc Unilih, Council

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