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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 18, 1938, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune want ads pay you dividends Mes daily Tribune and time Universal in the Ames territory weather forecast Cloudy and cooler saturday and sunday temperature a we 3 p. Rn., Sij sat. 5 a in 59 la a. Rn., . Precipitation Nune. Vol. 71 . 301 United Presa wire service Ames Iowa saturday june 18. 1938 official Arnee and Story county paper three cents play program open monday Hopes fading for Early end loyalists intensify i heir desperate resistance by United press Hope for an Early end the . I Usu urdu in Ujco prese Hueu China and Span a wars faded a a a. A a iu-1 Centennial As a feature Day and weakened the Prospect for stabilization of european peace. Desperate loyalist resistance on the Spanish Mediterranean front Centennial musical is 4-h feature Walt Whitman might have been it j moved declare he heard Iowa 1 singing if not America had he been Able visit state Field Here Friday evening when choruses of 1,300 4-h club girls and 1,000 Iowa farm women with a cast of several Hundred More presented a singing of the state a ii club convention. Once again a year of musical study culminated with impressive performance of choral works. Par Jil vol is Quot it l.,�.ke�?~ is e Ocul arly noteworthy was the sing against Valencia in a series of at tacks and counterattacks around a Allareal. Rebels claimed be pressing ahead slowly but fighting was intense and the outcome undetermined loyalists were making one of their greatest defensive stands. Not Quick from the military viewpoint a final Victory for the German arid italian supported insurgents continues almost certain but even fas Cist Premier Benito Mussolini has ceased count on a Quick Triumph. Mussolini has recognized the probability of a Long struggle by tentatively suggesting great Britain that their new Friendship treaty he put into effect without awaiting outcome of the Spanish conflict. Realism immediate inauguration of the treaty basis of British prime minister Neville chamberlains new realistic peace Campaign would a move Italy of r pledge withdraw Blackshire volunteers from Spain. Although chamber Lalu Quot program i. Jerkily Hamaui y0 la Cornerstone capped by continuation of the civil / War Public resentment against bombardment of British ships by the Reb is might fru Stratf an. Further concessions Italy. Flood spreads in China the still spreading flood Waters of the yellow River Siad toe rising Waters of the Yangtze continued mire the japanese military machine on ail lines of attack on Hankow. It was estimated 50,-000.000 Peru us would be made homeless try the floods. Relief prospects were negligible. But despite the japanese setback As a result of tile Northern floods the chinese military position was greatly weakened. Various drastic moves such As flooding the banking Vail y and Hankow were discussed As measures wreck tin japanese Conquest but unless some such factors intervene the fall of Hankow the in varies a naval land and air attack up the Yangtze was Only a matter of time tension elsewhere Tokyo grave diplomatic tension Between Japan and soviet Russia increased when the Domel news Agency reported that 30 soviet Frontier guards attacked 20 Manchu Kuan patrol guards kill my one these Frontier clashes along the Manchukuo a siberian Frontier have occurred frequently in the past and the attitude of the soviets has been interpreted in some japanese quarters As indicating desire avoid War at pre tent. Recently however the two nations hate Ben in a Sharp diplomatic clash Over the China conflict and there have been India continued on Page t oing of the cantata Galtis a i hear America singing a based on wait Whitman a poem by a special chorus of women from 16 counties. The production was staged with conditions Ideal the night windless Cool perfectly Clear. In its three episodes the production traced the old world heritage of the state and its new world accents closing with America miss Fannie Buchanan a continuity for the production was beautifully read by Betty Nau Roan Muscatine county girl. The production Vaa under the general management of mrs. Edith Barker of the Iowa state College Extension staff. Miss Buchanan was in charge of production. Choruses were under the direction of prof. Tolbert Macrae and miss Rosalind Cook of the College music department. Arrangements were in charge of la. E. Nichols Edgar Graff Aud j. R. Fitzsimmons All of the Extension staff. Of new High school in ceremony tues. The Corner Stone laying ceremony for the new senior High school now Nuder construction on Lark Avenue Between fifth and sixth streets will Tike place tuesday ate noon it was announced saturday by Frank Howell Secre-1 tary of the Ames Board of Educa lion. A details of the ceremony had not been completed saturday but the program will be completed for announcement monday Howell stated. It was Likely that the program will he staged at the Southeast Corner of the building. At present bricklayers for Ben Cole and son contractors Are completing the laying of the foundation wails for the $500,000 building and will Start erecting the Walls within a Short time. Tile building will be completed in about a year and will be ready for occupancy in the fall of 1939. Test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn Page four for the answers. 1. Where is the Island of false a 2. What is the nickname for the state of Virginia 3. Which is the largest zoological Garden in the United states 4. Is Africa mentioned by name in the Bible what is the Jungfrau 6. Name the capital of the Republic of Nicaragua can the president of the United states veto a decision of the supreme court 5. Who i Miu gated the Gregorian Calendar 9. In which state is the Scioto fiver 10. which family of fruits 9 Ango Lemons and Grapefruit belong today a common error in hop May be pronounced Enver of or end Vel of. Union of state House workers is granted charter Des Moines la. Or a c. D. Shaeffer National representative of the state county and municipal workers of America committee for Industrial organization affiliate. Announced today that Capitol Hill local . 181 composed it a tirely of statehouse workers had been chartered. There ase members in the local. Shaeffer said among them on it of the allegedly non Union electricians for whose employment gov. Nelson g. Kraschel was criticized at the state federation of labor convention in Council Bluffs this w Eek. The Union seeks establish minimum wages regular promotions a five Day week and six hour Day. Pensions and grievance machinery 2,000 Iowa 4-h girls end session woman a natural place in Home says Harper about 2,000 Iowa 4-h girls tired but Happy after four Dave spent at Iowa state College packed wrinkled uniforms into bulging suit Oase Fand left for their respective Homes saturday. Their next annual get together a Ltd be next fall when they enter their handwork in the Iowa state fat Many said Farewell girls whom they will not meet again until the annual stale convention next year. Or. Earl e. Harper retiring president of Simpson College recently named director of the University of Iowa school of Fine arts. Inserted the words a most natural into the old saying a a woman a place is in the Home at the closing session of the annual convention today. Natural Field if not in the Home itself at least her most natural Field is rooted in wife Hood motherhood and homemaking Harper said. A women Excel in Fields which give them outlets for their womanly qualities and characteristics. These inc Ludo certain Industrial commercial and professional positions. But the by St example is secretarial work a he said. A modern business and professional life b literally founded upon women doing this Type of antagonism although Trade and almost profession is actually barred them when women step into types of work b. Longing men they must not Only Manifest a feminine qualities but encounter masculine Competition and antagonism he we rued. Greatest danger of the Quot new free Dom is that some women enter the Groove of specialization at too i Early an at Wise women seek first a great Broad Liberal eduction. Practical j the woman who expects in become a Rural homemaker should not limit herself practical farm wife Quot education Harper said. A we need in our farm Homes women who read widely who will introduce into the life of the family literature music soda i graces and the love of things Beautiful and new officers Dorothy Ostrander Buffalo Center was installed this morning As new 4-h girls state president. Other new officers were Pearl Elaine Hass Walnut vice president Jean Rutledge fort Dodge Secretary and elnore ilium waled historian. A state chorus of 298 club girls Given intensive training during the three convention Days by miss Rosalind took of the College musts department was presented in recital this morning. The girls represented 75 counties other speaker other speakers in the closing session were i. C. Tuft assistant Extension director Dorothy pout Atlantic 4-h club girl Blanch Bro bid Boone county Home agent my recently Winner of a $1,000 Payne Fellowship for a year s study in Washington d. A and mrs. Edith Batler in charge girls club work. Sen. Copeland of new York is dead at 69 varied hobbies Are discussed at kiwanis two widely varied hobbies the raising of Flowers and the training and recording of harness horses were discussed at the kiwanis club luncheon in the Sheldon Munn hotel Friday noon. Or. J. Manton Dale told of the growing of Gladioli and of she year round efforts of growers develop new Varn in. G. P. Bow duh purchasing agent at Iowa state College for Many years who plans retire soon devote full time his Bobby exhibited wide knowledge of the history of harness horses from the time of their importation into this country. Bowditch also exhibited several pieces which he had collected in the interests of his hobbies collect Indian relics and j Early american Antiques. Elmer Angel Hurt in Accident Here Roosevelt married Anne Clark socially elect watch ceremony at Nahant Nahant mass., cd a the j youngest Roosevelt of birr Quot presidential family was married today j by the Clergyman who United his 11 Mother and father More than 30 years Otto. John Aspinwall Roosevelt took As his Bride Anne Lindsay Clark of Boston blonde new England Debutante. Simple ceremony a socially elect gathering crowded the Century old Nahant Union Church As a simple episcopal j ceremony was read by or. Endicott Peabody headmaster of Groton a Hod. The president of the Roval s. Copeland a United states and mrs. Roosevelt file body Iwato hed from the front Pew. Other members of the Roosevelt clan turned out in Force. Brie service the service was Brief. It was the family Home la Suffern 1held in the Gray Stone Church Inyo a today for burial next tuesday this Village which at times serves he died in his apartment in the j As the worshipping place for the Shoreham hotel at 7 45 p. Ines Cabot and the lodges. Hundreds ten a after a Short illness caused j of curious new englander Gath by overwork at the 75th Congress a outside for a glimpse of the he was 69 years old. Bride and bridegroom. I there was not even a Candle on exhaustion the altar although the episcopal death came less than 24 hour of it vice was used. The it. R v. After Congress had adjourned Al Henry Knox Sherrill. Episcopal though doctor s gave the i mined j Bishop of Massachusetts aided in the ceremony delivering the Benediction. I urinal dress the Ivy Clad Church a crowded with persons whose names Are by words in the social Blu books. They were augmented by those of men and women High in government position. The president occupied the right hand front Pew with members of his immediate family. Across from him we the Clarks. Or. Roosevelt was in formal morning dress. Brother attends the Bride entered by the left aisle while the Organ swelled the music of the Quot Lohengrin a wedding March. She was attended by her Sis or Sally. 18, she approached the Rostrum she was met by John who was at a brother Franklin Ames boys pictured at state Camp Washington i it of Royal s. Copeland Gen for senator from new York and Only physician in the Senate will be taken new phases Are added schedule pre school children re included this ear the summer program of the City playground commission will be inaugurated at 8 a. In monday. Ray j Donels coordinator announced saturday. Additional phases of the program announced saturday by Donels include recreational read ing from i 5 p. Rn., monday i through Friday at Brookside Park where miss Xiv a Lunsford will be director. Miss Leha Davidson City Libra a Ian is cooperating with Tho play ground commission and arrange in Ems have been made for Book i checked out at Brookside for a Iowa daily pre Pho most of the Ames youth attending the Hawkeye boy a a amp Dodge this week lined up for the Iowa daily press Hon photographer have their picture taken with Jordan i i of Ainee Camp or cd or and Frank Miles of lbs Moville of the Iowa Legionnaire. Left right in front arte devote Carey who was elected mayor of his Camp a a town and Captain of hts Ball team Bob Rinehart and Dick Morgan left Rig t. Back Row Are Larson Bill Jones Don m. Mint it who became sergeant at arms of the state Senate Jim of Neil Milton j. Willcox Secretary of agriculture and also a football team Captain and or. Miles. Other am boys attending the legion Camp Are Titus quit a Bob Wilson and Joe Taylor. Wilson was elected mayor of his City. Taylor was named Tbs Highway patrol after passing the third highest test among those who took examinations and was also football Captain photo use in Ite at Mocia the a on j the firs editor it pro. Carty i Childre i foot-1old in i n the e set -1 j i per ions late cause of death As a a circulatory a combination of heart and kidney disease they agreed that exhaustion As a result of intensive work during the closing Days of Congress had precipitated his death he had suffered from a kidney ailment for some time How Ever. Warning less than a year ago. Whlor paying tribute the late majority Leader Joseph Trobinson following his death. Copeland had warned his colleagues against Over exertion lest there he Mort deaths among them. Exactly 11 months later his death was attributed largely disregard of his own warning. Bitter foe a life Long Democrat by a bitter opponent of president Roosevelt and new Den pol tries he was Hawkeye state la Luu Iowa statehouse taken Over is suspect taken in . English Bank Robben that Des Moines a. Up Hawkeye boys rata Hook Over the Iowa statehouse today. The Senate consisting1 of 36 members my the 72 member i House were in session with several vital Bills Icher Ulad for discus fended by i or. They a the ceremony ,. Was performed. The couple left popular among All members of Tho Church the strains of men Congress and official Washington a wedding March. Federal and new York state off j Plain ring dais led by or. Roosevelt and i the Bride entered the Church gov. Herbert h. Lehman of new on the Arm of her Uncle Russell York expressed regret at the passing of senator Copeland. But prominent members of he medical profession Ani the Many continued on Page two Boom Gillette for president state executive office copied by a official a Clee i boys and the five Mai j com t was in session. Center j Cengr of attention legislator. A joint be i held at 10 45 a tit houses hearing an a a governor Max e. Paige water i Loo. George a Prichard. Onawa lieutenant governor presided Over the St Nate. Harold Mcconaghey Newton wielded the Gavel As speaker of the House. Wen of by the supt it ult Vav a a a the Calion was with both address by Marengo is. Us a a suspect arrested at Davenport la was held by sheriff Milford Engleburt 4, in miss Ion of i a county today for question Amateur dr.-. Lug in connection with the $905 in of a1 la a of tin of robbery of Tho Farmer state Bank of North English. I the Man w is viewed at. Iowa \ a c City by miss Opal Dennis assist a at Brooks ant cashier and Robert Plank 16 j and May but they failed identify i pre school group playground commission few t time this year will extend Junru include pre school i from four seven years of in recreational and educational 5 p. M., at the City Park monday through Friday. I miss Alta Teeter a director with special train g Inch rid education and development will he in c Large d assisted by selected High achoo a girls. The program has been arranged i for the convenience of mothers i with Small children. Any Mother in Ames May leave her children i j t. E designated As period at Civ Yark while she works or is absent from her Home. The children will be Given expert care and individual fat t. Iou Little theatre a Little theatre roup will be or an izod by a Murphy Fores Erfy it of the Davenport rec re i Lineal who was in charge of tatic work t Ere. Per is interested in any theatre acting pro lighting should Call e 94-5, set a by n erected near the Tennis courts used Durn g regular pos. Playground Ink a in in w Sturgis of Sumter. Hor father a Boston broker i. Haven Clark died in 1936. The single ring ceremony a used and the ring itself waa t Plain Gold band. The Bride True i Ber Promise Vear a a something old. Something new something borrowed something Blue j wore her mothers Diamond Brace let. Organdy town Anne wore an embroidered i White organdy wedding gown with by with Orange Kahl Nevada Thomas Avery a sons. Be carried a bouquet Knoxville Hill Duree Ottumwa of White orchids and cues of the George w Alexander Winfield Valley i e maid of Honor wore j and tora e. Ramble Jefferson. Des Moines la. Obj a while the bridesmaids executive democratic leaders apparent be we Ore hyacinth Blue. They carried Lieving that Secretary of Agri onid Blue delphiniums and yellow and executive official who took Titre Henry a. Wallace longer peach coloured gerbera. Over their respective off is in re picture a booming the Flower girl Johan it Lam Donald hogs Cedar Haben. Guy m. Gillette another a j sister of the Bride carried of state Dean tips son for president of the Jun old fashioned bouquet with Runcy Center auditor United states in 1940, it was French silk end Lam Holder. Dan Davenport i Learned by the United pre a j Harry Bartlett Haven-,.o John wore a White Gardenia in f his morning general Milton j. Willcox. State chief movement a tulle veil denies bin. The Lapel a held this week in it Moines. Leading figures in that democratic party attended including de Birmingham democratic Sta e a chairman. a i Quot a 8011 01 or of a i Quot Quot Ort f a lie. W. L. Angel 1329 Kellogg Birmingham howler denied Avenue sustained a severe Cut on that such a movement was under bid of and and right shoulder and Way. One of leading figure numerous cuts and bruises on his los said be Ben balancer car Dav. The first of several Content plated meetings organise the th1 Ash is of whom i Brothers i diet the for president Moi e m e a t Jjames and Elliott were two wore the Church w As Appeal the supreme court heard Art meats on an Apodala from an ordinance adopted by a Hawkeye boy City Council prohibiting at Camp. The file Justice were Murray is were ids Sec Lawless Robert Ca surer actor Lively miss Dennis was alone in the Bank when the two men staged Lite Holdup thursday. I the s rec and saw t their automobile. Paul Frazier the suspect in a tiny him As on it saw in a a cml East of William a burial St vice noon. The pair ii Rev set schedule attempt of two rat sry St ten Burg just i thursday t immediate i it Lien i Ernie released of 8 a rn., Ign Friday r in monday Art Tith ars y Barid tuesday advanced band ional music fifes a a marinas and other Ter teeing Frazier officers advanced the theory the Rob be a hid nut in the isolated graveyard after lie Holdup. Of tool is guilty of manslaughter Waverly. La., a District court jury found Roma i too 18, Tripoli la., guilty of manslaughter a 12 50 a. In. Today. The youth a charged with murdering his father Barie 1 last april 2. Judge m. H Kapler ii trounced i he would pronounce sentence june 27, the jury deliberated More than hours after receiving the easel Vav right tide when he was struck by iro11 attorney who a a car in the Alley near the a ii considerable influence be Christ Coal company late Friday scenes in democratic part night. Juo. The toy a Riding i bicycle Jar Quot 3 quo the Gillette Boom is son a n. A a .l6 Aii Quot a tie whether it is intended t Ames hatchery Ami the Grain ele has Bame before the Publ. Valor when he struck the car drive j november and the Rev enhance White Carnation decorated with White Flowers Fern and Green branches. At the conclusion of the Church services . Bridal couple attendants president and mrs Roosevelt Inri other motored the Nahant club where a reception in by Ben Carr 4"9 Lincoln Way the bicycle was damaged and a window was broken in the car. Service station is entered via window i the grave nerdier station at Lincoln Way and Hyland Avenue was broken into Friday night by a thief or thieves who escaped with a watch it was reported by local police saturday. Entrance was gained by prying open a Small window in the rear of the station. Police were of the opinion that the station had been entered by children for the his chances for reelection Senate. Doubtful it a considered doubtful Iii Moat Quarter that a serious Boom would be started until after the outcome of the november election is known. If Gillett were be d treated he automatically would be moved from any presidential consideration Gillette jumped in National prominence prior the Low primary june 6 when Harry Hopkins works Progress administrator and Jam s Roosevelt son of the president opposed i renomination. They supported rep. Was Given for 800 person. Later they attended the wedding breakfast for 3 6 members of a he Farn july and the wedding attendants i the brides table at the lamer function was smothered its White Early summer Flowers. I t in Europe Tho couple a scheduled depart at 4 30 j rn., on a Short wedding trip later in the month vhf however they will Europe for two months they will return i the uni in August and John will i work a a member of a Boston it v will live in Elded d the pol list her As or k a a p City tune head Spon Eglon the tidal de dts in hire with the of e \ a w a at 2 35 p. Na., yesterday Ames Secretary 0f agriculture and give a choke of tis alter h. Sanford Davenport us Perlott pendent of Public instruction meanwhile a a county and government officials were t Ion ing at the Camp que Arri a against liquor late yesterday the Camp sorted by the american u adopted a Resolution opposing and use of intoxicating quoi the Resolution passed by organist ions Model Assembly approved by governor Paige hot a Quad Porter present scientific papers at Canada meeting head i or. A h. Porter j Iowa state College a it Story will leave for caned and Day present scientific said i at a meeting of seed anal instruction carry spool 9 Tell a. In. Monday through Friday Henry Halo director plus or. Carry a regular staff and playground staff special instruction and free individual at Teutila will be Given. Beginner will swim on monday and thursday and advanced student on tuesday and Friday. Y special free swim for Ames children under la years of age will be Given each a with safety dense us t with the Cooper the found commis the american red Cross. Free swim a a men a have been Macarr for children under 15 regularly enrolled in the summer recreation program be Given at about the rate of two tickets per week admission cards that a til an additional Nickel will admit the Holder the poo. This arrangement is in arid Quot Ion the free swim Cath wednesday it i hoped that children will use the tickets for the free instruction per ted i the Forenoon. The tickers will be handed out Ca the playgrounds a previously unannounced times the playground commis continued on Page two or advertising firm. Brooklin iowan is killed near Madrid Fri. Des Moines la cd a Albert Bahner 24, Des Moines died in a local Hospital late yesterday from injuries suffered when his Auto Trio Bike overturned on a curve near r Quot the Best manhood of Low a believes that the Sab and intoxicate g beverages is opposed the general welter of the citizens of the state of Iowa and of d states of addresses f by w. Akers of the Iowa Bureau of investigation gent hem t v of the Federal Bureau of investigation and chief John flattery of the state Highway patrol addressed the boys last night. The Camp will close at noon tomorrow. preach Here or Dii Raan Smith of the methodist Hospital in Des Moines will firmly j Guelph ont., and a meeting of be of 6 Hytola logical society at Ottawa. He will study Canadian seed inspection grading and certification methods. A ted control and Laboratory technique. In rout he will attend the Anten Ati St x at Trade Ai la roil. Ration neet open air concerts by band at Roland Roland a a series of summer open air Street concerts will be Given a Roland each saturday night during the summer. H. P. Stearns of Amis is director of the band which has presented two concerts this month the Roland Community club and the band com Madrid la. A companion miss j deliver the Sermon at the first Mittee of the town Council voted window was opened but six or Otha d. Wearin who lost Iii j Tillie Miller is Des Moines was methodist Church at 41 a. In j make the concerts a weekly pro seven inches. J Jette by 40,000 votes. Zuj Jwied. I sunday in aunt Lindy says in some countries if a j 5 Man is in the government j i service he a a serves the gov j j eminent r eke

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