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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1938, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune want ads pay you dividends Mes daily Tribune and amp i in the Ames territory vol. 71 no 304 United press wire service Ames Iowa wednesday june 22, 1938 offic Lames and Story county paper weather forecast unsettled local Thunder show Ere tonight and thursday. Not much change in temperature. Temperatures a tuesday 4 p. In 90 wednesday 2 a in. So 2 30 p. In. 95. Precipitation a none. Three cent8name Low bidders on Story paving settlement of Spanish War is seen France Italy suggest methods to end conflict by United press great Britain and France appeared to be gaining Hope wednesday that the Spanish civil War f Ould be ended by a truce. Coincident with the sinking of three More British ships by Spanish rebel planes it was reported in London and Paris that prospects for a settlement of the to year old conflict were better than appeared on the surface. Prime minister Neville Chamberlain was understood to have been persuaded at the last moment not to indicate to the House of commons tuesday the Progress already made because it probably would he some time before any definite agreement could be reached even if All goes smoothly. Suggestions the French government was reported without confirmation to have approached t in Spanish loyalists with suggestions for an honorable Povee. Italy reportedly has been urged to approach the insurgent leaders. Moderates on both sides of the Spanish War were said to lie arguing that a settlement should be reached in the conflict which has Cost a million lives devastated scores of cities and towns and provided a constant danger of general warfare in Europe. Chamberlains desire to end the War quickly is made More urgent because it not Only has interrupted his program of appeasing Europe a dictatorial bloc but Bas Given his enemies at Home their heaviest ammunition. Rebel bombs which have sunk 24 British ships in Spanish Waters also have knocked Large holes in Chamberlain s political powder at Home particularly in View of his admission that the Cabinet can do nothing about the bombings. Attack on the heels of a scathing attack in commons by David Lloyd George a who charged Chamberlain with a Quot it h e British Chan then Thorpeness and Sun Ion and an unnamed vessel were sunk at Valencia and two other British vessels were endangered a Alicante in a series of Aerial bombardments of Barcelona and other loyalist cities. Report american slapped in face Shanghai the a a new Japan be american a incident was reported wednesday in banking where an american was slapped in the face by a japanese sentry. Or. J. C. Thompson of new Brunswick. No j., attached to the american owned banking University was said to have been the victim of file face slapping. He was assaulted while attempting to protect his Rickshaw coolie from a beating by the sentry. Joseph m. Allison american embassy official who remained in banking to look after american interests Btl Ere after the japanese took the former capital in december lodged formal protest with the japanese provisional authorities. Japanese air planes again took to widespread bombings particularly along the Yangtze River Northwest of banking where japanese infantry forces Are massing for a drive against Hankow. Test your knowledge expect 500 at presbyterian Synod in Ames about 500 men and women Are expected to attend the fifty seventh annual meeting of the Synod of Iowa of the presbyterian Church at Iowa state College june 27 to 30. Speakers from outside the Synod include Rev Peter k. Emmons Synod of Pennsylvania Rev. Harold Leonard Bowman Synod of Illinois Rev. Charles f. Wishart Synod of Ohio or. George Irving of the Board of Christian education Rev. Arthur h. Limouze Synod of new York Rev. James e. Detweiler Synod of Illinois and Secretary of the Board of foreign i Slons or John m. Somerndike Secretary of the Board of National missions Rev. Selden l. Haynes Synod of Pennsylvania Rev. Dirk Lay Synod of South Dakota and mrs. Rossl Wilson of Foreman Christian College Lahore India. Preliminary to the conference will he a meeting of Tim Synod Council and of the Iowa Board of National missions. The Fellowship dinner will be held at the collegiate presbyterian Church with the Rev. Percy ill bless presiding. Rev Alfred s. Reckless will present the address on a the significance of the Church for our modern Rev. Edward l. Gibson Moderator will present the Sermon on the opening evening at 8 o clock in. The collegiate presbyterian Church. The election of Moderator will be held monday night with Rumbaugh of the presbytery of i a City making a nomination. Convocations at 8 a. In. Each Day of the conference a morning worship service will be held with visiting leaders in charge. A series of special convocations which summer school students at the College Are invited to attend will be held in great Hall memorial Union at la a. In. Tuesday through thursday. Rev. Peter Kemmons will give the convocation address tuesday on a How big is your god a wednesday Bis subject will be a Man the known a the subject of Iris final convocation address will be Quot our task in the special programs have been arranged or each evening of the conference. Tuesday Bas been designated As National missions night with Rev. Dirk Lay talking on a making the most of the sesquicentennial night will be wednesday with an address by Rev. Charles f. Wishart on a Christian education in a world gone special reports special reports to be presented during the conference include those on foreign missions on United promotion on social education and action on c Iris Tiao education and on pensions. A Young Peoples banquet will be held wednesday evening in great Hall. Memorial Union with Warren Johnson president of the league Council presiding. Rev. W. O. Harlem of Ames Iowa synodical executive will present the address. Special meetings for women Are scheduled each morning of the conference. Members of the program committee in charge include Rev. Edward l. Gibson o. Storm Lake Rev. William o. Harless Rev Walter Barlow and Rev. C. M. Wallace of Ames Rev. Archibald Cardie of Burlington mrs. C Foster Thompson of Sioux City and Rev. E. L. Marou Elk of Jefferson. Officers of the Synod Are Gibson Moderator Barlow pastor Host Rev. Paul b. Shedd of Rockwell City Perman ent clerk and Rev. E. L. Marousek stated clerk. �?4. Can you answer even of these test questions turn to Page four for the answers. I off the coast of w Ich state Are the far Allones islands 2. Kame the most famous legendary English outlaw. 3. Hat Type of canal is the Panama canal 4. What is another name for the Milky Way 5. Under which government department is the coast and geodetic Survey 8. Who is Eduard Benes 7 what is a mint 8. What does pro tem. Mean 9. To to w Rote the pledge to the Flag of the United states 10. Hat is jurisprudence today s common error erudite to pronounced Era a Dite not a re Dita Joe Louis has advantage As fighters weigh new York to a Champion Joe Louis betting favorite held a five and three Quarter Pound advantage Over challenger Max Schmeling of Germany wednesday when they were examined f it a tonight s 15-round heavyweight tit in fight at Yankee stadium. Louis weighed 198 3-4 pounds Schmeling if despite Cloudy. Oppressive weath and a forecast of Quot possible showers Between Sundown and Midnight pro Rotor Mike Jacobs said the fight would be Hel although it might Start a half hour earlier in Case of rain in the event of rain after Sundown. Jacobs said the fight might Start at 9 30 p in. Edt., instead of to. If such a change were made the nationwide radio broadcast also would be moved Back. Friley says Ames schools of Best Type Cornerstone of senior High is Laid Quot Ames its Public schools system and Iowa state College Are recognized As ideals of the highest Type a said or. C. E. Friley president of Iowa state in an address late tuesday afternoon at the occasion of the laying of the Cornerstone for the new $500,000 senior High school building which is now being constructed on Clark Avenue. Representatives of civic and service clubs of Ames joined the Ames Board of education in the ceremony of laying the Corner Stone in the Southeast Corner of the new building which will be ready for occupancy in the fall of 1939. Include records prof. W. Ii. Meeker Veteran member of the Board and president. Presided at the ceremony and assisted to the actual laying of the Stone into the Copper Box which went into the Center of the Stone were placed present records of the Ames school and City. Professor Meeker who has lived Here 47 years and who has been a member of the school Board for More than 25 yet ars stated that the Quot placing of this Cornerstone j Marks a Milestone in education in or. Friley who was introduced by professor Meeker told that Ames and the College have grown up together. Spirit a Tho laying of tins Cornerstone is a matter of fundamental importance for what it signifies a the College president said. A your forefathers made provisions for Ducal Ion and this spirit has now developed into a system which provides educational facilities for 30 million students. Quot another significant developers Iii is in the program of study s this program has expanded from the few subjects taught in the Early settlement of this country to More than 250 subjects in the present Day school curriculum. Many Choice a today the fir Are Many choices for the students to make Aud the problem of guidance is the most important. There is an increasing importance in Tho intangible phases of education the student does not yet understand government music Art and religion As continued on Page two tells benefits to unemployed top is $ i 5 weekly for i 5 weeks editors note following is the second of three dispatches dealing with the Iowa unemployment compensation plan which b a comes effective july i. I Lay Cornerstone for new senior High school pet Parade to be staged in Ames Friday program to move no. 65 from Ames peas Birds and fish of every species Ani size Are eligible tot compete in the cry play Gro my i will locate Highway commissions pet Parade starting South from at to a. Rn., Friday front the City i Park. Any Ames boy or girl enrol j de in any part of the recreation j Low bid ice for the construction program is eligible to enter his pet of grading a Trig tar culverts on Colo prof. W. H. Meeker president of the Ames Board of education took a hand tuesday afternoon in the laying of the Cornerstone for the new senior High school when the Stone was placed at the Southeast Coiner of the building. In the above picture a. Shown left to fight seated or. Cd e. Tri Ley president of Iowa state College who game the principal address mayor Frank d. Paine. Prof. R. M. Vifquain and Dave Edwards Board members of l. Flauher. A Foreman on the building. Is handling the Windlass which lowered the Stone in place while professor Meeker is assisting Iii Hamm bricklayer in putting tile Stone in place. A a a a a a a a in the Parade. The pet May be decked out in costume or on a float As the exhibitor desires. The Ames Junior chamber of Commerce and Tim retail Mer it Hant s association Are cooperating5 to furnish six prizes As follows first a Tennis Racket second a by Tom Bright United press staff correspondent Des Moines la. Ile Quot How much Money can i draw under the Iowa unemployment compensation plan a is the first question that John Smith unemployed is x peeled to ask when he applies july i for benefits. If John has been totally unemployed and is eligible be can draw weekly benefits equal to one half of the average weekly wage he has earned since Jan. I 1947. But in no Case can he dra w More than $15 a v a k for 15 weeks. The minimum he can be paid is $5 a week unless his wet Kly salary has been less than that. If his weekly salary has been less than $5 the can be paid a week y Bent fit equal Only to his salary if Johns full time weekly wage is not readily determinable Peter Bries chairman of be unemployment commission a j the commission would deem it to be one thirteenth of the highest quarterly earnings in the period Jan i 1937. Benefit but for instance if John were a clerk earning $20 a week his weekly Benefit would be $10, or one half of his full time weekly wage. If he had earned 15 times his weekly Benefit amount Between april i. 1937, and june to 1938, John would be entitled to draw continued on Page two Hamilton in South to form cop coalition Birmingham Ala to a chairman John d. M Hamilton of a he Republican National committee wednesday called upon dissident democrats of the South to organise a realistic coalition with republicans to overthrow the new Deal. For the first rime in the to it years he has served As chairman of the Republican party ii Milton invaded the solidly democratic Southeast for a direct Appeal for coalition. Speaking before a he Alabama state Republican convention he of it red Sou tin in democrats concessions for such joint action once a coalition has been effected on fundamental issues Hamiltons appearance signalized the first move in a heralded Republican drive to enlist conservative a a jeffersonian democrats of the deep South in the drive to Over throw president Roosevelt a administration. The Way for such a drive lie said has been prepared a Southern democrats in the last Congress Quot fighting shoulder to shoulder with republicans in a successful Effort to preserve the traditional form of the american government against the encroaching hand of those who rus Salnaze and Hitler ize our country a times Are rapidly changing and events of great National importance Are moving faster than Many of us suspect Quot Hamilton said. A we find the leadership of the great political party which the South nurtured and kept alive through Many decades now out of sympathy with the ideals aspirations and econ in c interests of the South. A we hear the Leader of a hat party a who has steered it away from its ancient and traditional moorings a castigate southerners As we see a War of extermination waged against several of the Southern to in hers of to at party in Congress solely because they have but a True to the Faith and have dared to vote their convictions for that a group of reckless left Wing experimenters propose to a purge those men from the party which they have loved and served so Well for Many j a ars 5 Ames men named to state committees five Ames men were Nam i by gov. N. G. Kraschel to committee to study Highway transportation problems in Iowa under the supervision of the state planning Board. Mark Morris and r a Moyer were named to the safety committee Fred White to the farm to Market reads committee and Harry Dunlap and Dean Anson Marston to the track taxes and regulation committee. To Hoed sales meeting Here will discuss summer program Ames bus i r a it it Mon and women and clerks will meet monday evening june 27. At 6 it., for a combination Good will and Salesman a crusade dinner at tin Sheldon maim hotel. Elner Hart president of the Ames retail merchants association announced wednesday. Speaking at the dinner sponsored by he retail merchants association will be Arthur Bray ton seers t a by of the convention Bureau of the Des Moines chamber of Commerce and known throughout the state As an aggressive dynamic speaker. The meeting will be one of hundreds throughout the nation Cut Nter-j0 de on the theme that sales mean a ohs and jobs no an More business Tito National salesmen a crusade began at Lincoln. Neb., May with a Kickoff dinner and since that time All types of business within the Lincoln area hav shown a decided increase. In other areas where similar efforts have been made business has reflected a Strong upturn. The group will consider tile problem of making More sales of developing co be rat Ion Between merchant and employee and of encouraging new ideas and More it into Rte fort in promoting and making want to sales. As one of the Bright spots in tag the Ona in isl map in nation a i the state Ames has not Felt tile recession As much As son cities. But local merchants feel that by calling attention to the need for 8.5 Miles of High a i from Colo South which Road will become 63 this fall. The removing the s Highway from Arnee were announced wednesday by the Iowa state Highway commission. The Low bidder for the paving w is the combined Union construction company and Dun Howe and Anderson concern of Des Moines whose a int bid was 1142,568. The Btu cd construction company of Cedar rapids was Low bidder on the grading with a Price of $36.-062. The task of placing 21 culverts on this stretch of Road went to the Union construction company for $6.04?, malting the total Cost of the project $184,704. The Radii or work or. This Road will involve 2o9.139 cub e Yards of excavation and 72 21 4 Square Yards of c Crete D Armstrong of Ames is named Tov Bidd a on three Grad i g projects two in Wayne and one in Warren counties. Pro ctr approved g r a Ding an d paving Poweshiek a 4.9 Mil on Highway 63 from Mahaska line Northeast to Montezuma Mark Lisheid. New Hampton. $34,885 san con strut ton company Des Moines $118,854. Story a 6 5 Miles on Highway 117 from Highway so South. Union i a1 and playground program. It shown or. C. Axe the Principe laying of the Cut new senior Buri a function to halt strikers at Newton Plant n a Dud lastly la b Ritchly w led a lining of in n a t i be hot i by v atonal let Down Ira lassitude at Ammer Mouths reflects on the Mary run in jut i the Plant. The hers o Tion p i strict in essay lion re i Crumit on from s w to be May company in Era volume of sales can d. Business men clerks id Sale ladies Are urged bandits get $4,200 Flushing Mich Lup a three bandits raided the first state and savings Bank wednesday struck the assistant cashier with a gun butt and escaped with $4,200 More Sale of Effort tending to it Kurtt in v men in number a be decree All Loc. Salesmen to attend the meeting. New sales ideas Pep generating psychological approaches to the sales problems will be suggested at the dinner a stimulating discussion of local sales problems will be included in the meeting As Well As an Opportunity for Exchange of ideas Arri constructive criticism the National crusade is aimed to impress the Salesman with the importance of his Job in the National Economy. In reviving Industry and in increasing the flow of credit and volume of ales. Persons ii. All types of businesses whether Large or Small Are invited to attend the dinner and ofter suggestions. As a cooperative Atta k upon seasonal slump and a a determined Effort to keep Ames ahead in the financial Parade the dinner Bas the support of business and civic organizations. Persona desiring to j make reservations tor the dinner May phone the Tribune 2400, or Harry Hall Secretary of the Ames retail a merchants association phone 833. Pair of roller skates third a camera fourth a Wood burning Needle fifth an automatic Pencil sixth a Bat and soft Ball ret. Amboy or girl enrolled in the playground program May enter a Banner Competition. The Winner a ill receive a playground ribbon As prize. All banners should be turned into a playground director by thursday afternoon. Judges of the Parade will be Frank Rodgers p. B. Osborn and w. S. In pc. Entries for the up Parade should be made by signing in it cards at Welch school where kith Delashmutt is in charge or at Dion Side Park xxx Ere Alvelra Lunsford is supervisor before 4 p. Rn., thursday. Taking part in the Parade Wilt be the Ames Junior drum Ani Bugle corps which will Lead the procession and a playground band organized by music director Richard Day xxx in bring up the Roar. The Para in route xxx i 11 be from the City Park Down main Street to Clark Avenue and Buk to City Park on fifth Street. All entrants and their pets should meet at the North Side construction company dry lollies. The band Shell in the City Park it and Dun Howe an Anderson. Des j9 30 a in. Friday. The pet Parade Moines. $142,581 lurch construe m the first in a series of special j Hon company Cedar rapids $36. Events scheduled on the recreation a o62 Wayne a 7 7 Miles on Highway 65 out of Humeston North D. Armstrong. Ames. D Sii Sani construction Compaq $64,664, Wayne a 2 9 Miles on Highway 65 South of Humeston a d. Armstrong 516 Sani construction company $66 59s. Or a d1 n g Warren a o 9 mile on Highway 349 from Highway 69 West to a quart state Park D. Armstrong <1.477. Woodbury a 2.2 Miles on Highway 2� an i Highway 14 Southwest of Moville Clark construction company Merrill $44,517. Bridges and culverts Hamilton a Culvert and Stock pass on Highway 175 from Stanhope East to Highway 69. Paul b Reis Des Moines $ >,166. Poweshiek 27 culverts on Highway 63 from Mahaska line North to Montezuma Berg construction company Dos Moines 111 184. Story 21 culverts on Highway it South from Highway 30, Union construction company $6,074. Wayne 12 culverts on High Wax 65 North out of Humeston m l Overman Chi sea $1 483. Wayne a f be Culver s on Highway 65 sooth of Humeston m. L Overman to to. Woodbury a three Bridges on Highway 24 and 140 Southwest of Moville a. Olson construction of e ladder Dies was father of i to Ames residents Sherman Rinehart f9, lifelong resident of Colo died of his Home at Midnight tuesday on injuries sustained late in the afternoon xxx Lull he fell from a ladder at a House which he was painting. It was believed that the ladder which hint was working in some manner twisted and Rinehart fell to the ground. He sustained a concussion and Haemorrhages. Or Rinehart was born in Colo of. 20, 1868, Aud had been engaged As a Painter there for Many years. Surviving him Are his wife and three children Guy Rinehart and mrs. Francis Mccaffrey of Ames and Glen Rinehart of Hollandale Mir n. Arrangements for l ueral service had not been completed i we tuesday noon. Pig runs wild in Campus town eludes capture attempts company Waterloo $34,983. It ri1 w wont in jul ii see Cut. Or he it Ion used a f ther working the i he urged the Lex a1 in Man you h who is inter that n u in Jug Tea Limo lit late tues Lea for Arnii in t some out a that the con in to Bec a i the Foi Val so the Quot not enl a pus raw catch i of b d v Neci to cd to in porker Well strolled in merry Chai animal was thai can Algona youth is drowned in Lake Clear Lake la. Up1�?henry Frivaldo 22. Logaa was drowned at. 1 30 a. In. Wednesday Wall bathing in Clear Lake. The body xxx As recovered after 35 minutes. New Aidt went Down in in feet of water off the Ritz hotel Dock. Final count shows Hall As Winner of school nomination Des Moines a. A 2r>�?the of store it and used i it on Hayward Aven me from and we a at d unknown but or cd the sport o the j g Arv a w a lug it to Fie Tai state car it Tho june 6 p mesday that la Defeated Gerg. La ass of votes cast Mary show i wed f Tri Hall . A. Brown Secre tary of th1 Iowa i Leipic association Era tic nomination for state superintendent of Public instruction. Miss Hall received 40,46$ votes and Brown 39.990. George b Ferrell Oelwein the third candidate Elgin Iii. Sup an Asphalt tank a the Plant of w. Al Meadows inc., exploded today and five Iran were reported injured critically Benson strengthens primary vote Lead m1nnniapolis, Minn. Obj h school vhf gov Elmer a Benton he d a Lead or the demo of More than 6,000 votes wednesday in he spectacular gubernatorial contest of Minnesota a Farmer labor party. With less than 600 Small and scattered precincts of the states total of 3 �?�39 remaining to be counted it appeared aunt Lindy says body does no to have to be j received 33.694 votes min Al i 35.4 r recut toured. It appeared certain to 3 s a door mat to fret stepped of the tot vote c jus Barc Yohe Rad Defeated Hjalmar pct Roeolf enough to prevent the nomination of Askov. Himself a former Gover z from going into convention. Bor for the nomination

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