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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1938, Ames, Iowa Collegia no Man can Ever be Label while White banners of courage still Claude Rains Fay Bainter Jackie Cooper Bonita Granville r a a 1 a Warner brat. 1st Natl picture a Page two Mes daily Tribune Ames Iowa thursday. June 23, 1938 out our Way by Williams Fox to speak on miniature camera prof. G. W. Fox of the Iowa state College physics department will discuss a a miniature camera photography at a meeting in physics auditorium Friday at 4 15 p. In. This lecture is the second in a aerie on photography sponsored by the physics department. The Public is invited to attend. Local news marriage Lio e n res of what to you Rush at him like that for you know hell make a Bio scene of it making All the Meighbor think v we re a Bunch of \ rowdies / x Wasny to Rushing at him to hit him i was Rushing to gave my manicure scissors. Did no to Tou see him cutting rope with them no no its Al was i me that s wrong a v boo a Hoo jaw Nevada a licenses to wed have been issued by the clerk of the District court Here to the following couples a h. Thompson 27 Scranton pa., and Evelyn Covault 25, Ames. Edward Brandt 29, Osage and Carmen Kindschuh 22, Osage. Francis Scott 24, Osage and a line Lande 24, Roland. F. C. Fuhrman and Vivian Langford both of Legal age of Ames. New Vork Ile the United press associations and Tho american newspaper Guild today signed an 18-month open shop contract establishing minimum wages and maximum hours for news department employees in Continental United states. The agreement provides for dismissal indemnity sick leave and vacations. It also provides that the Guild will not interfere in any Way with the production or distribution of any news service which the company May be obligated by contract to deliver to any client except upon breach of the terms of the contract by the company. The contract was drawn on june 4 after 14 months of negotiations. It was approved by the International executive Board of the Guild and then ratified by a vote of u. P. Guild members. A 5-Day 10-hour week will be established for employees of la of the larger u. P. Bureaus and a 15-Day 48-hour week for employees of Tho other bureaus. Purchase Rierson residence at Roland Roland a or. And mrs. E. A. Egeland tuesday purchased the 0. M. Rierson estate residence belonging to mrs. O. A Thompson. The Gale Price was $2,100. Or. And mrs e. A. Egeland will occupy their new prop try within a few we eks. Miss Doris Rex returned wednesday from a two weeks vacation at Long Beach Cal. Miss Grace Tripp of la Crosse wig., will arrive in Ames Friday to visit for several weeks at the Home of her sister mrs l. Haup Ert. Miss Tripp is on the staff of s teachers College at la Crosse. Mrs. Ruth Pickens will leave Friday morning for Glenwood minn., where she will join or. And mrs. A h. Munn at summer Home. Or. And mrs. Munn left for Minnesota monday. Or. And mrs. John f. Myhre of Cincinnati Ohio Are visiting in the Home of or. And mrs. Claude k. Shedd. Mrs. Myhre is the former Esther Shedd. Mrs. Grace Hunter who has been suffering from a severe attack of influenza is convalescing at the country Home of her daughter mrs. Marvin Wood. Miss Josephine and Arline Haup Ert Are visiting in Newton to is week at the Home of their Uncle clip thi8 Coupon now prs. Ladies Fine Quality Hose saturday Only to a. In. To 9 p. In. A a. Woodbury a special present this advertisement at our store saturday and receive 75c Woodbury face powder a Gardenia perfume a 75c cold Cream a 50c lip stick a 2 pairs ladles1 Fine Quality Hoe will be Given to you absolutely free. An 6 to with this or advertisement i mail orders add or oilily Many Highway accidents Are now averted Brooker drug Why mothers get Gray it or r?.v�m \ terms 6-7.3 cops t�3b by pm Sec evict. Inc 7 m Bec o s rat of hotel new safety device Tunis Blowout into slow be acc allows Driver to come to Safe Stop doing its full share toward lessening the appalling total of Highway injuries and fatalities is a device recently put on the Market by the Goodyear tire amp rubber co. A the new device is the life guard which consists of a re Servo fabric tire within a conventional tube and in it feet it turns the worst Blowout no matter at what Speed into a slow leak a explained Lowell Mattox manager of the Goodyear store. A the lifeguard is already credited with saving hundreds of ear owners from Accident and possible injury according to a steady Stream of letters that pours into Goodyear a Akron offices. A at this season of year when highways Are hot there is Mort danger of Blowout than in colder weather because heat is the enemy of tire life. Tires that Are worn Are More susceptible to failure than Are new tires especially when they Are driven at High speeds Over the hot roads of summer. Quot vacation time finds Many ears on the Road and finds Many of them going fast. In order to get to the destination. A tire failure at this Speed can easily mean a lifetime of regret particularly if the Motorist realizes that there is a safety device available that would take the danger out of such a tire failure. Instead of a swerve into the ditch with the a rolling Over and Over the Driver can continue straight Down the Highway to a Safe Stop if his tires Are equipped with life guards a or. Mattox concluded. A adv. G. M. Plants to shutdown three w weeks longer Detroit up a automobile plants of the general motors corporation will in closed on a average of three weeks longer this sum Mer than last year during the annual inventory and Cha Geov r period president Uil in Knud sen announced today. Iii a prepared stator it Nurl son said the longer shutdown this year was brought about by a a severe drop in automobile the inventory and Model changeover period in general motors Plant s throughout the country will Mart at the end of june and continue on a shaggy red schedule through july and August in different plants Knudsen said. A fall plants will be Hack in production during sept tuber the nature of this business making it impossible to close All the plants at he same time a Knudsen explained. His statement revealed that general motors schedules for new car production during the months of july through october Call for the building of 215,000 cars and trucks. This figure includes Tine initial Quantity of 1939 models. A the plants will close on an average of three weeks More than last year which had the shortest changeover period in the history of the Industry a Knudsen dear Champion beaten Lincoln country club Lincoln neb. Id a a new Champion was assure i in the trans Missi suppl Golf tournament Here today when a Braskas state Champion Rodney Bliss or. Of Omaha eliminated the do fending Champion Don Schumacher of Dallas i up after a see saw match Sydney or a a Long Range agricultural marketing policy calling for establishment of commodity councils to assist the Empire governments in regulating the flow of supplies to great Britain was formulated at a conference Here attended by representatives of primary producers in the British Isles and All dominions except South Africa. The policy represent d a com Promise Between proposals enunciated by the British delegation and the wishes of the dominions. The letter s delegates took exception to provisions in the British proposals which they a aimed at restriction of production and a policy of making the dominions More dependent on foreign countries for the marketing of their products. Tin British proposals were prefaced by a warning from the Leader of the English delegation against a overloading the British Mark Quot which be said was nearer to saturation Point than was generally imagined. The conference accepted the Ottawa a order of preferences a that the local producer is entitled to first place in his local Market other Empire producers second place and foreign producers third a and the need for orderly marketing of Empire primary produce to maintain continuity of supplies and to prevent unavoidable sluts and resultant instability of Price Levels and speculation the conference rec o in in e n d e d that Empire producers organizations should co operate to establish such commodity councils As might be deemed necessary producer controlled and financed. Collegian ends today 2 hits 21c Quot dead end Quot a wives under suspicion new Ames Sun. La Follette to run Madison wls., due a official sources it lose to gov. Phillip of Follette said today that he has decided to seek a fourth term As governor because he believes it is the Hest position from which to promote nation wide organization of irs now party the National progressives of am Tira Lloyd c. Douglas at the hospitals Mary Greeley admitted a w. Snedecor Ronald Myers College dismissed Gem Valeve Lundvick Benefit program for Cabin at Cambridge Cambridge a two one act plays and a musical program Mill be presented at a Benefit program at the local school gymnasium next tuesday at 8 porn. The program will raise funds for the log Cabin to he built in the City Park a the chocolate Cream wedding will be Given by an All male Black faced cast. Five men and two women and a mysterious cast member will present a Clever comedy a made line a both plays will be directed by la Martin dramatic coach at Clarion la. For summer Reading 200 books a. 29c 39c each Reynolds amp Iversen 288 main mrs. Marguerite Corkill who has been engaged for several years in adult education work in Oklahoma �w111 present the Lee Tures and demonstrations for the course. The Home economics education department is sponsoring the course. No College it or ii it will be Given for the course and regular attendance is not required but encouraged. What will they mean. To you one wheel chair is needed for woman a whee chair is needed for elderly Ames woman w o is suffering from paralysis the Ames social service league reported today. Anyone who can provide a chair is asked to Telephone the league office 492. Guaranteed London up a although dying sin agony or. Percy Furnivall. Con i suiting surgeon to the London Hospital left a valuable document to science. It is the diary recording the process of sus death from cancer of the Throat. Or. Furnivall who was a specialist on cancer was wintering in Jamaica last year when he noticed a roughness at the Back of his Throat. He diagnosed his own Case and left at once for new York for expert attention. Radium treatment was prescribed and on Deb. 22, 1937, he wrote in ills diary a i am 5 it i in., weight to 14 Stone it pounds with 0 u t clothes aged 70. Could play a daily round of eighteen holes at g of or drive a car All Day without being tired a on feb. 4. 1938, he wrote a i Hae not been dressed or out of my ouse and Garden for the last six months. I a an Only walk about two Hundred Yards and am a Bent and feeble a id Roan a Between those dates be had recorded with the greatest care the development of the disease so that doctors might learn More of symptoms and treatment and improve the care of other cancer patients. A ii Analysed his agony to gave others from suffering a explained a medical scientist a and to throw new Light on the after effects of Radium and a Ray treatment Day after Day he recorded it effect on him and it May Well be that the result of his self sacrifice May Lessen the pain of others undergoing such treatment in the future a odourless cleaning ask state help for movie stars specially priced Coffee pot meat Platter relish dish water Pitcher Long waiter added Cross amp Dunn in Quot Rise and sing Popeye in Quot plumbing is a pipe Para. \ news i America must solve problems patiently continued from Page one from which read he famous parable of the water tank the moral of which is that the world a not yet known overproduction but has been hampered by an Economy of Scarcity. Lindeman quoted also from Abraham Lincoln who saw crisis a. And in t in Wake of the civil War feared for he safety of the u. S., saw Corpora ions enthroned corruption in High places a the Money Power working on Peoples prejudices until All Money is in a few hands Aud the Republic destroyed a a Peoples culture a head Lindeman sees the coming of a Peoples culture in a Deb the finest things Are not preempted by a few but Are shared by All the people in which people Are taught How to appreciate and participate in All the arts. He sees also a planned Economy for a nothing will run by itself All human affairs Are matters of consciousness. A a you be been say ire g Here that he older Conception of the Community is disappearing. We Are breaking through be crusts of institutions originating in the Isth Century science and technology Are transforming our Molies of life. The new Community will he much More fluid pluralistic fed rails in composed of Many interacting groups. Demind for services a i see in Iowa increasing Der. And for All Public services the a is growing realization that the old fee system of medical care wont bring health to the american people that there must be planned procedure organized Public health programs. A one thing i miss is the feeling that education must become ten Den Clous. That it must give direction. I am afraid Only of Uncan continued on Page twelve Cool clean air healthful temperatures no drafts no chills error f. T. Talbert jeweler la next to Montgomery Ward meanders 212 main Street store hours monday to Friday 8 80 a. M. To 6 00 p. M saturday 8 30 a. M. To 0 80 p. M the famous Cannon Trojan new Low Price at their new Low Price these Sheet and rates offer More value than you or we have seen in years. Check these specifications 0 Woven 128 t treads to each Square Inch. 0 ribbon tape Selvage to prevent tearing. 0 permanent Snow White finish. 0 no artificial loading or sizing. 0 cellophane wrapped to eliminate first laundering. 0 guaranteed first Quality. A modern fireproof 5 room Home located at country club drive and Beech ave girl with movie aspirations Are opening Boot Lack stands in Hollywood they heard sonic where that the thing to do was to Shine up to the Bip bugs. 81x108 in. Size were 63x108 in. Size were once a highly paid actress and wife of Rudolph Valentino Jean Acker Valentino above leads a group of impoverished former film luminaries who have petitioned governor Merriam of California to draft a new state a career insurance Law setting aside to per cent of salary and protecting stars against penniless lives when careers Are ended. Mrs. Valentino is pictured during work As an extra in new movie a the Young in an ethiopian who ran amok with a scimitar in Rome the other Day was shot and placed under arrest. It appears that he should have run amok with a plane and a Load of bombs. Tilden a imitation Ivory is Nom being made out of nuts. Somebody to to was talking with a fanatic conceived the idea of reversing the old process. 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