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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1938, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune want ads pay you dividends Mes daily Tribune and in the Ames territory weather forecast Loea thundershowers thursday night and Friday. T e Ripe at tires wed 5 p. Rn., 96 thurs 2 a rn., 72 1 45 a rn., 95, precipitation it race. Vol. 71. No. 305 United press wire service Ames Iowa. Thursday june 23, 1938 official ame and Story county paper three cents. S. C. Paving project approved subpoena issued in milk Case 3.74-12 cent spread j in Price to be probed Chicago or a Federal judge James h. Wilkerson today issued a subpoena against the International association of ice Cream manufacturers of Washington d. Cd in connection with a it ear old investigation by department of Justice agents and attorneys into an alleged milk monopoly in the Chicago area. The subpoena returnable july 18. Ordered the association to bring in its records and correspondence of dealings with 41 affiliates throughout the nation from 1929 to 1937. One of biggest it was the first subpoena issued in the investigation which is said to be one of the biggest of its kind m recent years since 25 percent of re income to Tho nations Agricula Rural districts is said to be repress outed by milk and its by products other subpoenas were expected to follow the action against the association was at request of Leo Al tier Ney special assistant to attorney general homers Cummings who has been in charge of the Chicago inquiry since March. Special jury voluminous data gathered in the investigation part of the Justice departments Trust busting program was expected to to present of to a special Federal grand jury july 5. Reliable sources said the inquiry seeks to determine whether nationwide milk interests have combined to monopolise the Dairy Industry in violation of Federal anti Trust lavs. The i Vestiga lion is said to have been broadened to include All phages of the milk situation from Farmer to con Sumei and including the manufacture of by products of milk. Chief Point of the inquiry it was said has been the wide difference Between the Price received by the Farmer for his milk and that paid by the housewife for Doorstep delivery. The base Price paid to Farmers for milk delivered to receiving stations loading platforms or country plants was listed As 3.74 cents per quart while the Price of milk delivered to the Doorstep was listed As 12 cents per quart. Tierney it was said will summon several Hundred witnesses to testify before the grand jury and u was expected that presentation of the Case would require most of Tbs summer. The milk investigation is the third recent anti Trust inquiry Cun ducted in the Middle West. At Madison wis., recently 13 of companies throughout Tho nation and la of their executives a a Ere fined an aggregate of $360, too on charges of Price fixing of gasoline. Case pending at South Bend ind., a Federal grand jury recently returned indictments against thre major automobile firms and their finance company affiliates in connection with an alleged monopoly on finance of automobile sales. The Case is pending. A men it wag said have been investigating the milk Case for More than a year. J Uruguay acclaim i democratic chief America must solve its problems in experimental Way says e. C. Lindeman America must solve its problems j arts can be made free to serve All in the patient experimental Way the people or alternatively Are i indigenous to its people e. C. We doomed to remain in a culture1 Lindeman professor of social in which the a Wantage of life go Neophy at the new York school of to the few and the Many remain social work said Here wednesday Dis privileged ? i i a Man resigns to be author at the final general session of the fourth annual country life Institute. J americans or. Lindeman observed want peace they want to j be let alone to work out their problems. Road to peace but the Road to peace As Linde Man sees it lies in avoiding fascism and in ceasing to exploit one another by adopting a cooperative Economy. A political democracy within a non Derao cratic economic system is a not doomed americans Are Lindeman believes slowly arriving at the sense that they Are not doomed in either respect. T in problem now is How to translate these aspirations into economic and social life. Lindeman r believes it can be translated in terms of traditional american i democracy and not at the expense of Freedom. Poth fascism and com-1 i maoism he considers a a uncongenial i to the pragmatic mind of the american who will have none of the marxian a in the Institute which closed i so autism. The american is not wednesday Lindeman noted the j utopian nor does he want a oort asking More or less consciously plated pattern he prefers to work inaugurated amid the wildest acclaim accorded any incoming president in 50 years Gen. Alfredo Baldomir above has taken office As president of Uruguay at the head of a regime pledged to restore a democratic and constitutional administration. Relations Between the South american nation Ami the United states Are expected to improve under his government for r of two difficult questions 1. Is it possible to construct an economic system compatible with science and technology and Basic human needs culture 2. Is it possible to build a cultural system in which the institutions of society government education religion health recreation the1 out his problems As he goes american criticism to a those particularly youth taught by european dogmas a Lindeman recommended such Type Japan will carry War / into South a t 279 projects announced by pea officials Washington o the i lie works administration occupation of Hainan pressed its recovery d Island is now Likely n n to one of the Foremost investigators in uncovering evidence against persons recently indicted for it pm on agr. Leon a Turrou above was compelled by ill health to resign from the Federal Bureau of investigation. Out of the Fri rally american economic criticism Force of 670 men he was one of an that of Edward Bellamy author of a looking backward Quot and of a less Well known novel Equality a is to no pan Nunoo Barterer of service will be protected editors note following is the last of a series dealing with the Iowa unemployment compensation plan which becomes effective july test your knowledge by Tom Bright United press staff correspondent Des Moines. La it a the Iowa Winker who barters his services will be eligible for unemployment compensation after july i As a salaried worker As interpreted by the Iowa unemployment compensation commission wages consist of anything of value received fur employment. It May be Money food Sheller transportation produce tips or gifts Peter j. Kies commission chairman said. Fair value bartered services will he figured at their fair value Hies sad but the appraisals Are expected to be difficult in Many cases and May delay issuance of compensation cd. Cd s. Computing a partially employed worker s benefits also is expected to prove complicated. Under the Law a worker is partially employed if his earnings Are less than to dollars More than the weekly Benefit amount to which he would been tilled if totally unemployed. Example for example John Smith is ens led to receive a weekly Benefit amount of $10 per week if he Bouk lose his Job. In the eyes of h e compensation commission olm would be partially unemployed in any week in which his earn Ings were less than $12 while continued on Page eight rebel la riot is pea Grant of Helo in Checo 16 650 Given Shipley school three rated Turrou will devote his tin it to writing. Battle for City is in ninth Day h f Noa n Flat Tieh a Panda Frontier up a loyalist forces backed by six Miles of Strong defences held Back tile rebels at Rurrie amp a today As a bitter Battle fur its Possession entered its ninth a v. The port of Bandana about a mile to th1 East was Aba <1 tied by the loyalists several Days ago and a Small detachment of insurgent moors moved in but Bandana itself held out to the North rebel forces under Gen. Jose Varela assert edly had rhe town of Bandon surrounded. Tie rebels also claimed to have tightened a a a Pinchers around sagunto with the chief Progress West of the City where Varelas troops penetrated new loyalist defense positions. The main body of loyalists was base-1 at Mora de Rubillos and in the Sierra Espina and Sierra is Padan. The present rebel Man Euver were to Cut throng. The loyalist defences and then turn on Al Ventosa which would precipitate the fall of Mora de Rubillos. Can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page four for the answers. 1. Name the capital of Vermont. 2. Who recently won the worlds welterweight boxing championship 3. How is Hawaii pronounced 4. Name the several parts of a Flower. 5. Can Honey in the comb be manufactured 6 to what species of animals do cats belong 7. In which time zone is Switzerland s. Of what country is Helsin fors the capital 9. Name the Winner of the Epsom Derby recently run in England. 10. To hat is a monoplane today a common error esoteric child Home society to seek funds the Iowa children a Home society will hold it annual tag Day Sale in am s saturday. Established in a Sig the society has cared fur Over 7,000 children 198 of whom have been from Story county. The society is a denominational an is supported by vol it Ary gifts tag sales and bequests. Invitations to help sell the tags have been mailed to a number of Young people and it is hoped they will give their time saturday to help other children less of Lunate than themselves. The tags Are to be sold in business and residential districts. Five attractive prizes and mov passes have been Given by Ames business firms and theatres to encourage sales local persons endorsing rhe Sale Are mayor Frank Paine Rev Walter a. Morgan mrs. C. H. Easley a a Rev. J. M. Campbell mrs. Harry College. He succeed or l. O. Dunlap Rev. Jack Finegan mrs. John judge of Ames chairman of the Story county democratic cent Al committee the until received a wire from senator Clyde herring reporting Bhat the pea Grant of $16,650 for the construction of an addition to the Shipley consolidated school has been a pre Ved. This Grant was included in a Large number of Grants and Loans authorized at the opening of the government s 4 billion Dollar spending and lending program. The total Cost of the addition which probably will be started in the near future has been set at $27,000. The program to construct the addition was approved by the voters of the Echo i District at the election last March when voters approved of a Bondt sue of $10,000 and a Transfer of $14,000 from the schools general fund. With the Grant of $16,650 now approved and allotted Only part of the local appropriation will be used. Close race in Stevens Heads personnel work in engineering Donald s. Stevens assistant engineering personnel director has been appointed head of engineering personnel work at Bina state Stewart recently appointed head of tin civil engineering department. Stevens is a mechanical engineering graduate of Iowa state College class of 193 p in received his masters degree in 1.33 and since has been a member of the faculty serving first As an instructor or mechanical engineering and engineering drawing. Stevens will assume his new duties july i. Stevens who Bas resided in Ames for about 20 it ars. Attended the Ames Public school and was graduated from Ames High in 1926. He is married and resides at 631 John Vander Linden. Mrs. J. B. Davidson and Rev. In o Harless a member of the state Board of managers of the society mrs. Kate Mitchell will have charge of Headquarters for the Day at the City Hall. The society operates through District courts county boards of supervisors welfare a neb s and individuals in Iowa a 99 co Miles. The organization cares for Aud finds Homes for neglected and dependent children from infancy up to 15 years of age. Regardless of race or Creed. It coopers�?T5 with the state Board of social welfare and is a member of the child welfare league of ame Ica and of the Iowa Minneapolis Minn. Or a bitter and close general election race was forecast for Minnesota today As almost Complete returns from mondays primary showed that governor Elmer a. Benson had won the Farmer labor party a gubernatorial renomination. In one of the closest primary contests in the states history. He Defeated his conservative opponent Hjal Raar Petersen by approximately 13,000 votes. It was not until late returns from outlying Northern Minnesota counties a received that Benson was assured renomination. Opposing the governor in november will be Harold Stassen youth St. Paul attorney who won the Republican nomination by at least a 40,000 majority and Thomas Gallagher Minnesota attorney. Who led his nearest democratic rival by Over 6,000 votes. The total Voe cast is exp cled to reach Over 600,000�?o a new primary High. Over hair the t Ual was in the Farmer labor column indies Tine that Many republicans and democrats had voted for Petersen on the Fanner labor ballot in defeating Benson. On Spe stories judge will Rule on i or Roux Scase new York to a Federal judge Murray Hulbert reserved decision today on application by the government for a temporary injunction to restrain publication of a series of stories about the current spy Case by Leon g. Turrou a Man who directed the investigation the judge was expected to hand Down a ruling a fore the end of the week. The v w York Post which had announced publication of Turrou a first Story for today. Said it was withholding Public j Hon put tiding the decision. Assistant u. S. Attorney John f. Burke argued before judge Hulbert that publication of the stories would be an act its a contempt of court and an obstruction of the administration of he said that Turrou intended to use information gained in the course of his official work about which he would be called upon to testify before the grand jury and at the trial of the four accused spies now under Art est Hete. He said that Turrou a resignation from the Federal Bureau of investigation is not forma in effective until sept. So Ami that he therefore is still subject to orders of the of b i. Lit argued that publication of the stories in new York arum r is where would influence prospective jurors and jeopardize the def end ants right to a fait and in Par t a1 trial. J. David Stern publish of the Post made the following statement Shanghai to p Japan hat decided finally on a big scale in Vasion of Southern China and the j coincident occupation of Hunan is d which dominates the coast of Arch indo China military car ters reported today dispatches indicated that farther North there was a stalemate. Yes a rivet floods had forced a Retreat by the japanese on the Central front. Persistent Rains consequent minor floods endless machine gun pillboxes hundreds of mines a dozen obstructive booms and 30 chinese divisions seemed to have haired the new or Bro toward Hankow alone the v to Tzc River. Heavy shelling Hong Kong dispatches said today that japanese warships were heavily shelling the coast near Swan Tow and that there was every expectation that a leading party would be put ashore n occupy Satew a once v Campaign in the far South would take japanese operations 6 i mile. Farther South and would mean a War front extending More than 1,200 Miles from North to South and More than 500 Miles from East to West a a total arca of More than 600 too Miles strategic but in International importance the possible occupation of Hainan Island off the South China coast d pro lion v step Forward with an of 279 additional approx carrying a total constr of $61,752,437. It was the third list of p released by a a since or r Voa Evelt signed the $3,753, recovery Bill and brought the m to Speno m College share Simo new Road will run East f rom Union total Des Moines la. Yin a Presl i Donna approval has been Given a Vida paving project in the log Ait ate College Campus George Khz Worth of approved projects Taler state Wea director announced $210,546 332. Of this a Ira the Goy j today. Eminent a contribution is $107 406. The project Calla for 12,000 cd 000 for a total of 869 projects j Bio Yards of grading. 2,300 feet of today Grants totalled $28,009, tiling 9,300 Square Yards of Pav-58 with Loans of $1 582. A a the largest of today the Vav a will furnish $41,545 toward the Cost while the College of i will spend $12,439, a Rota of $53, a my and construction of a retain a ejects i my Wall was a Bridge across the Mississippi from East so Louis Al. To St. I Ouis to to Cost i .500., which the government is Contri-1984. In no a $2,475,000 Grant j Keller said that formal approval other Large projects included a of the project by the comp Rol state of Dee building at a est wis $1 832,000 Cost. $824,400 Gran the projects include 115 schools and other educational buildings. 68 water works pumping systems reservoirs. Sewage systems and disposal plants and is court houses penal i is buttons hospitals other Public buildings. Several go to Iowa communities. Of War munitions and to a by endeavouring to enjoin tin 01 foreign Trade. Paper from printing the news the government is making an unprecedented attempt to erase Freedom of the press from the Constitution a English head at l eachers retires Cedar Falls to. Us a prof s. A. Lynch head of tin Flag wish department at Iowa state teachers College for 29 years today announced his retirement effective sept. I. He will be succeeded by or. Bort Boothe As it instant professor in the department. Or. Harold Bosley methodist minister at Clinton conn., was appointed to Suer mid. Harold Boe Ley As director of religious a in. Ties at the College. Or Bosley resigned recently to accept a pastorate a Baltimore my overshadowed anything else. The Island is of almost incalculable strategic importance in that if nut Only lies off French Indochina but that it flanks the Ocean routes from the Indian Ocean to Chinaga British Singapore. No men t s from japanese sources make i Clear that Japan would expect France to protest strongly if the Island were occupied. New pledge to win War 1<�kn> do a the government imposed a drastic War time Economy plan on the nation today Arni pledge itself to win the War in China regardless of the time it would take. The emergency plan includes provision for Price fixing compulsory use of substitute materials and rigidly controlled Domestic consumption in order to conserve resources and Point every Man woman and child in the nation toward Victory. Sacrifice nera probably will reach the state office Here in a week or to Days. George p Chott District spa Engineer located in Ames reported thursday that the program will include a new Road East from the memorial Union to the Road which now runs past the women a dormitories and the paving of the i Foad which runs West Between the veterinary Medicine buildings and West to the North Side of the col Uge i Mory. A number of other roads on the Campus will Aho be improved in Der this program Pratchett report Ai altho they will be of a minor j nature As compared to these two main roads the retaining Wail will urn my by a instructed along the North i on la. I p a an estimate Side of the rued which will run cd 350 member of a committee i East i m the Union for Industrial organization Union a barricaded themselves in the May tag washing machine Ooton pan Plant Toda v. Tin y w Ere St ceral foremen prisoners. Shortly before noon f of was passed through Gates and windows to the men by their wives. Two Hundred tickets for officials of the United ele Eiri coed will make More sales dinner to he held at the Sheidon Munn Maytag workers hold factory governor holding up his vacation by 200 tickets sold Hod i for a More sales dinner monday the Cal a Iio and machine workers Union said the men acted on their own initiative. Their purpose in holding the Plant was not explain d. Yesterday District judge Frank of ebb v issued a temporary injunction restraining members of the Union a to. Affiliate from interfering with May Tau employees wished to return to work. Although judge Beckley ruled that a a Treaso table number of pickets could be stationed at Actu entrances in on members were enjoined from any attempts at co a on Ion or intimidation of employees operations were halted May 9 i when the workers refused Loae. In a Long statement which was Jept a to percent wage Cut. The a preamble to the official decrees the Cabinet expressed its determination to crush tin chinese government regardless of the length of hostilities. To insure Victory tin state of at said the people must make Gin iter sacrifice and Bend All efforts to give priority to production it expand the drastic Istle War time Union contract at the Plant expired april i. Several efforts have been made to negotiate the current dispute without Success gov. Nelson g Kraschel quashed the latest attempt when he refused to appoint an arbitration Board to dec Ida the Issue Fie said i in con s ref a a a i to be bound by at a i a for. I boards decision was responsible for his action. La i to an u. Declared War last a few weeks Anc cd ii Climax Aper follows a Cabinet was to which has i n is r i Reorg n ration Des Moines la. Uyt gov. Nelson g. Kraschel today cancel group of Strong in St was ninth Street. Tis Mother who for of pronounced is Quot a a a j Merly resided in Clark Avenue Council or social agencies. A a. Note site Eric. I now lives in Des Moines. J headwaters and receiving Home 7 fliers die Paris it a a military air plane on n night trial flight crashed near tour. Early today and ail seven men aboard it incl Jug five officers of the air Force general staff were killed Are at Des Moines where the Community Chest contributes $22, annually to the support of Polk county dependent children in the care of the society state officers of the society Are or f d Herriot of Drake University president Horace Foskett. Vice president b j. Carney treasurer and mrs Gar in a Cowles or. Secretary president works on legislation Hyde Park n. Y. O a consideration of legislation that it ired onto his desk in the last noun of Congress continued to occupy president Roosevelt s attention today. He disposed of More than 40 Bills i Strickon of Domestic use of steel pig Bun Gold Platinum Copper brass Zinc Lea i. Tin. Nickel Antimony Uick Sitver a a in inure Asbestos Cotton Wool paper and pulp leather lumber Oil. Benzine rubber acid i it and other materials necessary to munitions Man fac a t ire and other essential ends. Which brought t men to key posts. Gen k in singe Ugaki was made foreign minister Gen Seishiro it a Gal was named w a minister Gen. Sadao rail became minister of National education and Seishin i led a. One of the country a leading financiers was made finance minister no mediation soon after the re croat a Quot was made Plain that j a determined to fight on to Victory and would not Welcome efforts by any third nation to mediate. Next came an a a tension of Tifei War zone in China and a warning to foreign interests that bombing attacks might be made All Over the enlarged area and Plain intimations of an Extension of the War to Southern Ama entailing occupation of Hainan Island which dominated the coast of French Ludo China restriction today s decree provide for re reach j�1 a is Vaccai on trip to Wisconsin a year j because of labor troubles at the Maytag washing achime company Plant at Newton. Kras Che i announced his decision of a i an our and a half conference in h o with sheriff Earl Shields of Jasper county mayor a i be Campbell of Newton atty. Gen John h. Mitchell and it te<1 pla7 the Hgt ies of scar a u. Charles Graal. Hotel at 6 15 p. Ta., monday have been sold Elm a Hart president of the Ames retail merchants association reported thursday afternoon. Vav ii a full quota of tickets sold he dinner promises o be one of the largest meetings held in re tent be irs by local business men and women the dinner is spot corp Ltd the Ames retail merchants ass Etc nation. Persons who have not secured tickets for the dinner May hear the speaker St 7 15 p. M. Arthu h. Drayton Secretary of the Conven Hon Bureau of the Des Moines Ham Ber of Commerce will speak on making More sales. of Republican women to meet in Nevada the Story county Republica women club will meet at 2 p. A. Friday at the Home of mrs. Harry a ii id i ifs Tun 634 Revfi a Street Nevada. Miss Leia Applegate will be assisting hostess. Mrs Frank Lang of Ames will of sent a paper on a important leg to on Quot an i mrs. Fred by Nelson of Nevada will discuss a is ate mrs c m. Margin of Ames will conduct a news digest ail Story county Republican women Are Welcome to attend the the meeting. I a novel is cast Hollywood up a Norma Shearer and Clark Gable Nave been rids and Campbell denied they had asked for troops. Bel said no mention was regarding the possibility of to the National guard to de i v of Hara and Rhea Butler respect favely in picture Zatic of the Best Selling novel. A gone with the it was Learned today. I 4 i 9 i % % this morning the majority be a private measures. The president worked also on the rough draft of the speech he will deliver to the nation at s by p a. Cost tomorrow. Or. Roosevelt will return to Washington late tomorrow inc to eliminate curve on Road 651 j the Iowa state Highway cum t Mission an noun a thursday that if did will be received july 6 for grit my and paving four tenths of a mile in highways 55 and 69 North of the Polk county Home this program will eliminate the i dangerous curve just North of the farm which has been the s eve of a \ Cai fatal accidents in recent j years. A % % i s aunt Lindy says confesses slaying Ottumwa la. Slip a sheriff a e. Harding said late today that Creaser Norbec 42, Ope to tor of a Small Coal mine on the outskirts of Ottumwa had confessed the shy a Rio Nuhs sooner n those de ing of a neighbouring Miner aha treated this fall Carder 51. Well anyway those defeat red at the primary will be 5 Able to get to work 6

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