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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 20, 1938, Ames, Iowa Ames daily Tribune want ads pay you dividend Ames daily Tribune and time Universal in the Ames Leer most weather forecast generally fair monday night and tuesday Little change in temperature temperatures sunday 4 15 p. In 88 monday 5 30 a. In. 84 2 30 p. Rn., 88. Precipitation none vol. 71 no. 302 United Prest wire service Ames Iowa monday. June 20, 1938 official Ames and Story county paper three cent Boone Man is killed by train Young leaders Wile Spear Ai i. S. Institute Curtis Strayer and Van Nostrand on program Hugh Curtis Dob Moines a Secretary of the state youth coordination committee has been scheduled to give the main a town country relationship discussion tuesday night it was announced monday As the fourth annual country life Institute opened a Iowa state College. session begins at 7 30 in Assembly. With Curtis on the program will be George Strayer Hudson president of the Iowa Rural Young Peoples Assembly and e. I. Van Nostrand Newton a president of the Iowa Junior chamber of Commerce. Integrating and coordinating town and country youth programs will be the subject of the discus Tion. Or. Howard a Dawson of the National educational associations Rural education service will be he first main speaker at the tuesday session opening at 9 a. Rn., in agricultural Assembly. Or. Mark a i Taw Ber Secretary of he Home missions Council will follow Mclver to spout first speaker wednesday morning. Same hour and place will be miss Pearl Mclver nursing consultant of the u. S. Public health service. She will be followed by or. Of. C. Lind Oman professor of Tori a i philosophy new York school of social work whose subject will be a whither America in town country relationships a Garden City mrs Edith Elmer Wood of tape May n. J., consultant of the Federal housing administration a leading authority it a Hollaine will speak on a a the Garden City ideas at the monday evening cession at 7 30 in agricultural Assembly. Mrs. Wood is giving a course on housing at Iowa state during the first summer term. One Hundred iowans prominent in their communities for their work in furthering town country relationships and general Community welfare have been named As associate leaders of the Institute. include the following local leaders local government a Albert Steinberg Ames l. H. Doran Roone e. I. Schindler. Nevada Story county superintendent of schools j. A Irwin. Boone. Town country relationships a mrs. E. R. Meredith Des Moines formerly of Ames miss Lible of Angi noid Secretary of the Ames social service league j. W. Redan Haugh Kelley Fred Randall Ames. Of a her of work Rev. A la. Carter Madrid. Opening the Institute monday morning with a general View of town country relationships or i Indeman cited differences and likenesses of the two groups Analysed forces tending to bring them together and those tending to drive them a Art. Or. Arthur w. Bromage. Professor of political science at. University of Michigan followed with a discussion of town country relationships in local government. Group discussions afternoon sessions of the Institute Are Given Over to group discussions of topics considered by the morning and evening speakers begin at 2 p. Rn., daily in various rooms of the memorial i in on. general Public is invited to a tend and participate. Capture gun shop bandits a test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page four for the answers. I. What Are game Laws which state has toe nickname a Panhandle state a 3. Who won the 1938 British Amateur Golf championship a a 4. Under which department of the Federal government is the v. S Patent office 5. What is a Pungah 6. What is the product 5x5x0x2? 1 a has the a s. Ever issued Gold certificates in denominations lower than to dollars 8. W hat is the name for the cashier of chief clerk on Board a passenger Steamer 9. Which state is represented in Congress by sen. Burton k. Wheeler 1�. What is the English name for the Friday before easter today s common error epitome s pronounced a pit of me not Eph Home. William Wright alias Robert Morgan George Sot Akalia George Yale idea photos pictured ahoy arc two men who police Gay have confessed the armed Holdup and robbery of the Gamble Guna hop in Burlington to june 8, stealing 64 pistols shotguns and rifles. They were arrested by St. Louis mo., police. Summer play program is started Here the summer recreational program arranged by the City playground commission began monday at five City centers with band practices at the music Pavilion and sports educational and recreational activities at Welch school Brookside and City Park crafts work at the old manual training shop North of the High school and at Welch school. Aly Ira Lunsford in charge of g Els athletics announced monday that girls interested in softball should meet at 6 15 p. In wednesday at Brookside Park to outline a program of games. group will practice twice each week on monday and wednesday at 6 15 p. In. Smaller children who wish instruction in Craft work will meet tuesday wednesday and thursday afternoons with Leland Ben at the Craft shop. One free project will always he made each session with another object for which there will be a Small charge to cover Cost of material used. Children May take both articles Home. Louise Murphy former member of the Davenport recreation commission who organised an Amateur drama group there will meet children under High school age to Start a Little theatre group in Ames. She will meet younger children at the music Hall East of the hied school at of a. In wednesday and children cd High school age and adults at to a. In. Thursday. John introduces Bride to friends Campobello. N. B. To t a John a. Roosevelt introduced his Bride of three Days the former Anno Lindsay Clark to old friends of the family among the villagers of Campobello Island monday and then took her sailing an old Roosevelt custom. presidents youngest Bon and his Bride came a re by automobile after their wedding at Nahant mass. Saturday and will remain until tuesday when they will drive to Quebec City. There they will Board the s. A lady Somers for Bermuda the lady Somers sails wednesday night. Will place High school Cornerstone or. Friley to give address at ceremony new now ave the Cornerstone of the 1500, senior High school being constructed on Clark nue to sixth streets will be Laid with a Brief ceremony at 4 p. Rn., tuesday it was announced monday by Jordan a Larson superintendent of schools. Preparations were being made late monday to secure historical data and information which will be placed in the Copper Box. Sealed and placed in the Center of the Cornerstone or. A e. Friley president of Bina state College will give a Brief address of dedication of the Stone. Prof. W. H. Meeker president of the Ames Hoard of education. Will serve As chairman of the program and will supervise the actual laying of the Stone. A platform will be erected at the Southeast Corner of the school at fifth and Clark Avenue. Superintendent Larson reported that representatives of All civic clubs in the City have been invited to witness the ceremony a representative of the Twa which granted $225,000 towards the building of the school a representative of the state department of Public instruction and the county superintendent e. P Schindler of Nevada will be present. program will open with the singing of a America a after which Rev. A. R. Mclaughlin of the congregational Church will give the invocation. Or. Friley will then give the main address and the Stone will be placed in position. Mid i 18 in set Rino Case new York cup it a the Federal grand jury investigating a German spy ring returned three indictments monday against 18 persons including two German War ministry officers the officers named were la. Commander Udo von Bonin and of. Commander Herman Mendel. J both were said by the government j to be in the Reich defense minis try s counter espionage department. is persons were accused of conspiring to obtain and transmit to Germany plans and codes dealing with Ai Craft vessels and coastal armaments of the United states. Three of those indicted were charged with transmitting a restricted code used by american military aircraft and their stations a with the intent that it be used to the advantage of three already Are under arrest under world War spying statutes. They Are Johanna Hofmann a Hairdresser of the German liner Europa private Eich Glasser of the by s. Army formerly attached to the air station at m Tchell Field a army Aerial Headquarters fur the Metropolis and Guenther Gustav rum Rich a by s. Army deserter whose Clumsy Effort to obtain passport Blanks led to discovery of the spy ring. Expect record primary vote in Minnesota Minneapolis. Minn. Up a recon primary vote appeared possible monday As minnesotans went to the polls to select three party tickets for the november election. Principally because of a tumultuous Campaign in the Farmer labor gubernatorial race if was believed the vote might pass the record Mark of about 7173.00 ballots cast in th1 primary of 1934. It was estimated that half the total vote would be cast in the Farmer labor column where attention focused upon the bitter struggle Between gov. Elmer a. Benson seeking reelection and Hjalmer Peterson candidate of More conservative party in embark. Republicans it was believed would poll in est is of 60 percent of the remainder. Vote for Peterson supporting belief that Tho Farmer labor total would be unusually High was evidence that Many republicans and democrats planned to vote the Farmer labor ticket for Petersen in the Hope of defeating Benson. Should the governor be re nominated they had slight Hope that he could be Defeated at the general election. Republicans in particular have been urged by Many of their party Laders to forget political lines and vote for Petersen. Bensen barkers alarmed by the possibility of a coalition against their candidate planned to seek a record turnout of Farmer labor they forecast that Benson could be nominated even if 100,000 republicans and democrats rallied to the Petersen cause. Is wheel horse Benson who was Given the unan i Nous endorsement of the state Farmer labor convention. Is the wheel horse of a faction which was ruled the state for the past eight Veals. In 1936 to was elected with now Deal support when democrats did not even present a gubernatorial candidate trading support for Benson for support of Farmer la borates for the Roosevelt it Ket pet sen who served a Brief term As governor after the death of Floyd Olson has attacked Benson s administration charging communistic tendencies a mild attempt also has been made to make continued on rage two Hoelsc action j two uninjured in Freak Accident saves Farmers Here $25,000 Washington. D. C. Was a Story county Farmers who owe the government some $4,330,000 in land Bank and land Bank commis Stoner Loans were saved approximately $25,700 in interest charges by the to Evero Riding the president veto of in Terest reducing legislation. Federal Home loan Bank Board breakdown for the county shows that Story county Farmers owed $4,533 4i"�?~ in both typos of Loans a the beginning of the year last official Check up Date had tile House failed to overrule the president on july i the into is rate on land Bank Loans would have jumped to 4 percent Quot bile the land Bank commissioner loan rate would have climbed to 5 percent a year later the hot use action concurred in by the Senate extended for another two years beginning july the emergency to percent rate on land Bank Loans and for another year beginning in july 1939, the 4 percent reduced rate on commissioner Loans. Hence the 47 Story county borrowers who owe the Bank Board $3.5i0,9o0 in land Bank Loans will be saved approximately $17,500 in interest charges during the coming fiscal year figured on the basis of a half percent saving on the total debt of the county. Commissioner loan borrowers will save some $8,200 in the county the Bank Board figures showing Ciao 2-7 Loans Are outstanding. Story county amounting to $s22, obit. Jyll of figure is estimated on the basis of a one percent saving during the year 1939-40, Iowa As a whole figures to save considerable by the congressional action for 33,326 land Bank Loans Are outstanding in the amount of $222 790,800, and a half percent of that sum is a substantial figure. Commissioner Loans total 21,773, for the state the total debt outstanding of that class being $63,-899,200. To install Heads of labor group new officers will be elected and installed at a meeting of local number .322 of the brotherhood of painters decorators and paper hangers american federation of asks nations to guard own in China War Tokyo up a general Kazus Bue Ugaki foreign minister asked foreign Powers monday to take new measures to protect their nation als in Kina because he said the area of hostilities May be greatly expanded. Genera i Saki sent a circular to foreign diplomats saying that Japan sincerely desired to Lessen the likelihood of danger to foreigners or foreign property. He rebut ated that foreign authorities take adequate measures As follows 1. Foreign nationals and foreign vessels should a kept out of the zones in which there Are Chines uni i tary est a by is i. Men to. 2. Land Marks for the guidance of the japanese air Force should be grand jury placed on foreign property w within j violation of the zones of hostilities. 3. Chinese should be prohibited from utilizing foreign property in the event the chinese did ase foreign property the japanese would j be obliged to attack Aud would refuse to assume responsibility for damage. circular described the present hostilities As being in a zone East of i Lute linking Sian in labor affiliate at a Reg ear meet Cheng. Hanyang and Perhai South Iii tuesday at 8 p. M. In the labor of the yellow River excluding for Temple 1232 main. G. E Mille local recording Secretary urges All members to be present. Eign leased areas and concessions and also the areas subject to japanese occupation believing that a Well rounded newspaper ought to attract to its editorial Page More than 18 percent of its readers the average for the nation the Tribune staff today announces the launching of an Effort to make the Tribune editorial Page livelier Reading. In the first and second columns come the publishers comments on local affairs political questions on sundry events of the world along with trenchant comments culled from the press of this and other states. In the next columns Are interpretations of the Washington scene by two of the most seasoned observers now there Rodney Dutcher and Paul Mallon. Next the managing editor s new column of personal. Views on the news of the Day. Turn to Page 4. Three sentenced for conspiracy a sold munitions for $750,000 Chicago up a the president of pm defunct h it gland a Arluro brokerage firm whose officers were accused of bilking customer of $750,900 while leading them on with Rosy tales of a Fortune in Multi on a deals a pled guilty monday to embezzlement and conspiracy Chang s. George f. Arluro Drew sentence of i to to years in the state Penitentiary on the first charge an i i to 5 years on the second. Two other officers Olaf Larson vice president and Henry Bagel Secretary treasurer pled guilty to the conspiracy charges and were sentenced to i to 5 years each. Embezzlement charge against them were not pressed the charge were contained in indictments voted by a Cook county grand jury and the three previously had pled not guilty to them. All three also Are under Federal indictments charging be securities and Exchange jaw and using the mails to Dot fraud. Sentence imposed on Arluro by criminal j Edge franc a Segrett will run a currently. Because the defendants Iso under Federal indictments assistant. State attorney c. Vernon Thompson immediately notified u. S. District attorney Michael l. Leoe of a he sentences i gee said he had not determined Whit. Procedure he would follow. Meanwhile attorneys for the Trio conferred with Federal judge William h Holly. Two courses were open it w is said. Federal government can wait until the three Complete their state prison sentences Afore trying them or try them before they go to state prison. state indictments against the Trio were voted two months ago and since then they have been held in county jail in lieu of $100, our bail each. A a photo by Forrest Sorenson Little Billy Frost Roberts nine months old Eon of or. And mrs. R. L. Roberts of Mississippi and miss Charlotte Miller 18, nursemaid escaped injury Early sunday when a trailer broke Loos from a truck and ran wild for two blocks and struck the front end of the Roberts car. Or. And mrs. Roberts had parked on the North Side of Lincoln Way Between Welch and Hayward Avenue and had gone across tile Street to Purchase groceries when the Trillier struck the car. Gordon Mead of Green la., Driver for th1 or in flume construction company was driving East on Lincoln Way with a Load of water tanks on the trailer when the trailer hitch Chain broke hear Sheldon Avenue. Trail r ran ahead of Tho True a and smashed into the front of the Roberts ear damaging the front fenders Radiator Hood and Windshield. Mead reported that he was unable to head off the trailer because of the heavy traffic on the Highway. Roberta is attending summer school at Iowa state College and is now residing at 2823 weft Street. Hamilton 4-h cranes remove band to give Beckfo train concert Here e t death toll to f. Anderson plumber hit by Streamliner car is dragged Block no signal at crossing Fred r Anderson. About 40, Boone plumber died at a Boone Hospital at to 45 a. Th., monday on in juries sustained Early monday when i ant Mobil was struck by the City of san Francisco crack Streamliner of the Chicago and North Western railroads of a crossing la Boone a Ade son was on Bis Way to work when the train about an Bour late on is schedule struck the car. There was no signal at the crossing and it was believed that Anderson familiar with the regular schedule of the train failed to watch for the train. car was 1 for a Block and several persons were required to remove Anderson from the wreckage. He suffered a crushed Chest broken leg and severe Shock among those w to assisted in re moving Anderson was John Hostel Ter. 13 a Kellogg a. Nue. Ames the train was being pulled by a locomotive and was tuning behind schedule because the regular Loco motive bad broken Down. An Lemon had been a life Iona resident of Boone and was a Captan of the National guard Una there he is survived by his wife and three children. A 60-Pfeop Hamilton county t in club band will present a concert at 8 to p. 111. Tuesday his us music Pavilion Date w. Be netted director of the Ames City band announced monday. visiting Bana will be directed by Wesley Schaub of Webster it try. For the past several years the Hamilton count band has played at the Iowa state fall for la years at International livestock exposition St Chicago and at the iou bandmaster so annual conventions. following tuesday june 28, the Nevada High school baud will p event a concert. program for tuesday night follows March a Gloria a Losey March a Monahan Post a k my popular a Rosalie Quot Porter trombone characteristic a Las sum trombone a Fillmore selection a Over there a Lake March a a thunderer Sousa trombone specially a Sally trombone Quot Fillmore March spirit of minstrelsy a King blues a Dull razor a Oluffine one step Quot Broadway a King March a them basses a Laffine. Labourers i Inion members urged to be at session reach 60 2 City leaders bound o ver. To grand jury train wreck scene Custer Creek Mont. Tip. a to v in of huge wrecking cranes monday was made fast around sub Johnstown. A. Up a Allie Nee of three important defense meal coach.1# of the olympian. Monday prompted Dan of passenger haul which plans in j shield at Ormy mar of cd into t in flooded Custer Creek Johnstown and councilman Ful tarrying Between a and 60persons ton i. Connor in a Surprise move. To death. To waive an Alderman s hearing a closer approximation of the end they were bound Over to the appalling death toll of one of the ram on charges of bribery nations worst Railroad disasters a la or on and malfeasance two Johnstown City x cd will be possible when the shattered i coaches Are brought Ltd the surface of the rapidly subsiding Stream. Railroad officials said that at fives appearing before Alderman Jalvin Reese pleaded not Guin i Yafo the charges which Are an i outgrowth of the mayors alleged last 40 had perished. They x activities in breaking the steel petted the death toll to be higher workers organizing committee the casualty list showed picket lines during the last sum-67 injured. Mere. Strike at the Bethlehem fifteen bodies several of them steel corporations Cambria Plant not identified were in Tho morgue u a it i at Miles City according to Ralph Bray Custer county Coroner. Another body was at Glendive and four. Her bodies were recovered from the wreckage during the night. Twenty More Quot at least 20 More will be added to tile death list when the worker raise the submerged sleeping Bray said. Galle As instant passenger a regular meeting of the log Al a. F. I. Labourers Union will be held monday evening at the labor Temple 123 main Street t by member is u god to be present because he officer Are preparing a list of men to Supply to contractors when requests Are made for workers the privilege of a reduced initiation fee expires june 30 and a w members entering after that time Flash flood roaring Down re will have to pay a higher fee. A continued on flt a fro after the Brief hearing mayor Shields Reid that the failure to subpoena a three men of National reputation a had forced him to waive the hearing before Reese it. Was reported that High officials of the Bethlehem steel corporation were the witnesses sought by Shields. charge against Shields is that he received from representatives of Bethlehem Seel $36,-4 49,50, to a preserve Law and Orth r during the inv of strike summer. Much of the concerning this was offered at hearings before the National labor relations Bourd and Mea and children victims had been the Lafollette civil liberties com located he flew Here from St Baal i in it tee and by Cambria county de to direct Rescue operations. J tact Ive. When the flooded Stream subs id-1 11 de workers made their w by to the to attend child a eat of the Chicago. Milwaukee. J St. Jraul amp us of in Railroad which j evidence operated the fast passenger train said t. At the bodies of 4u men to submerged coaches them with acetylene mid morning tackle cranes was secured sleeping car Freak cloudburst \ Freak cloudburst had a Williams scotches beliefs about Alaska in first summer lecture meeting at Iowa of lifting three Iowa state College staff an Aud the1 members will go to Iowa City to St tend be twelfth annual conference of child development and Parent to education in session at the Colver Iii spy of Iowa tuesday wednesday and thursday of this week. Fro Thomas f Vance and miss be Trad Chittenden will attend the three Day conference wednesday end fro. Lydia v. Swanson head of child development and in charge of the Nursery school will attend the cont.#.,tee thursday. A eth in Ala or and College of Ain sum no at a Tome ii never was an ice la loom i slim Williams explorer told Iowa summer students a Star lecture of the Quarter saturday cultural Assembly Are freezing to Des hush i is state Al the first cd night Vav us nod in the United St year came from via with Oil a id alaskan of the Moat varied my country in ii grows i be i Barb five feet tall and in i Des % i % he i thu i Straw her a i % aunt Lindy says for almost 40 years. tall Lank explorer seemed to enjoy himself hugely a he -4---------.told of his experiences and laugh wins first rounded heartily at his own jokes. Wimbledon eng. I a it a Don Alaska is on fifth the size of Ald Budge of Oakland Cal the the tilted stat Quot has a Popula worlds no. I Amateur Tennis Plav Letlon 5ii00�?~ a pie with up or. Opened defense of his i to ?. A v. ,000 eskimos i by country has it of 7, i Quot 10&Quot 0nday a pm it a la n�-1, olm a 62 6-3. First round Victory of countr Lora a err. Over Kenneth c. Gandar door of and enough Oil for 4od year. London. Or by threw Arete it of the said Large As apples. Chicago than in Alaska and in be i a the Wolf dog is the gentle la seen More furs in Chicago than Man of the Woods a Williams de if w me Ever trapped in the North j dared a he defended hts dogs in country. A said the trapper As he j from charges that they wet Man or exploded some of tile misinform Quot j eaters. Wolf dog came orig ? turn in facts and fancies about Lovily from Siberia and had lived a the tar i which h to been his Hora with the eskimos for two thous in and reported Williams. I describing his 5,600 mile Jour-1 i not a with a dog team from cop f per Center Alaska to Washington d. C. Several years ago Williams said he spent nine Days getting ready for that trip. He lived on the country As he made j opinion differ a some the trip stopping at one Point Tou pounds of flab to Opinio. Carry six weight 4 j i dry 4 0 his dogs. When he arrived Atli to Settle while others Only 5 washing on d c a had univ j j u j pair of overalls and the clothes a Coati Nudd on fags two % carry dynamite to blow up

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