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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 24, 1938, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune want ads pay you dividends Mes daily Tribune and time Universal in the Ames territory weather forecast local thundershowers Friday night and saturday cooler temperatures a Thura. 3 45 p. In. 97 Pri. 5 a in 73 2 p. Rn., 98. Precipitation a Trace vol. 71 no. 306 United press wire service Ames Iowa. Friday june 24, 1938 official and Story county paper three cents to ask Hospital Bond election plans made for storage of surpluses less Hope for bigger demand abroad for wheat Washington or a the department of agriculture virtually abandoned administration Hopes for greatly increased exports of wheat today with announcement of plans for farm storage of surpluses. Estimating european requires its at a around 50,non, bushels More than last year the department said that the United states May meet greater Competition in it year than during the past year when exports totalled 95,000,-000 bushels. Survey Quot production in Canada and Argentina May easily be 125,000,000 bushels larger than in the past year which would be sufficient to take care of the most optimistic estimated increase in world Export requirements a it said. Agriculture officials said that Tho Survey of possible world markets for the predicted billion Bushel american crop ordered by president Roosevelt a not been encouraging. Threatening with huge surpluses threatening the department announced general requirements for farm storage of wheat under the proposed loan program. Xian rates Are expected to be announced shortly after the july i production estimate. Farm stored wheat must Grade no. 2 or better if it is hard red Spring wheat and no. 3 or better for other classes in order to be Gible for a loan under the pro oat program. Officials estimated touching Grade requirements prob the by ides eliminate Loans on a chartreuse cent of the crop. This plat Ching l might cause a wide up a. It Ween Market prices of Low and High grades and leave growers to dispose of the Low grades As Best they could. No estimate no estimate has been made As to the amount of wheat expected of be offered for Loans but it probable Wal be a considerable portion of the expected 500.000,0u0 Bushel surplus forecast by the department. The department estimated world v beat product on. Exclusive of Russia and China at 4.025,000,000 to 4,075,000,000 bushels compared with 3.827,000,000 bushels grown last year. Added to the carry Over of old wheat at the Start of Harvest t is year the Neva crop will give the world a total Supply of about 4,"ou, winners in pet Parade umm Stoma wins Isi prize in pet Parada president to give report to the nation .4me daily Tribune photo Vav Inners in the Ames City playground commissions pet Parade left to right Marilyn Stoma first place Betty Jean Wood third place and Paul Mitchell second place. Paul Mitchell second in playground feature a new daily tri.,me photo the Ames Junior drum and Bugle corps stepped High in their new slim and White uniforms Friday morning As they led off the playground commission s pet Parade. The drum major is Carolyn Campbell. And the assistant is Rosemary Snyder. The proud founder of the organization r. E. Carr looked on happily Friday As the corps performed. Shirlee talks with president Washington Gap a Golden haired Shirley Temple sat Down with president Ruo Evelt at the White House today for a heart to heart talk and government business took a Holiday. Miss Temple dressed in a Blue frock and with a red ribbon around her yellow curls called on he president in the midst of a Busy Day. Or. Roosevelt Laid aside All other matters to Greet miss i pm pit. A i told him i b a a tooth Quot Shirley said a it fell out lest night while i was eating a Sandwich a Quot what else did you Tell the president Quot she was asked. A i was so excited i could hardly ooh too bushels. This would be 320.000,000 bushels larger than for hip past crop year. New air giant to carry too persons Seattle Wash. To a the Boeing aircraft company today announced if planned to build a six motored transport plane that could Cross the Atlantic Ocean in 12 hours with too passengers. Company officials said the ship was designed for pan american airways it will be two and one half times bigger than the new 72-passetiger Boeing flying boat termly constructed. The Wing Span will he approximately 300 feet and the Craft will weigh about too tons. Talk. I told me about Fristic and Puzzle losing their Teeth a she added Quot and then i told him i had caught a Salmon at Vancouver a did you like t e president Quot Quot of very much a she said and add. I with a smile Quot he told us to Back next 200 Biles Sull to be signed test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page four for the answers. 1. Name the smallest of the great lakes. 2. What is meant by monetary inflation 3. What is ethnology 4. Which state is nicknamed centon.a1 state a 5. Name the commander in chief of the army of president Cardenas of i vice 8. What is coeducation i. What is the minimum age for the president of the u. S.? s. Who won the most valuable player award in the american league in 1937? 9. What is cryptography 10. Is there a Prince of whales Washington. Exp a president Roosevelt asked for comment at his press conference today on i rumours of new devaluation of the United states Dollar replied that j the Story sounded like a Wall j Street report. I Fie declined to comment fur i Thor. The president said that 200 Bills approved by the last South is Are awaiting his study and j signature. Among the measures he noted Are the Bill and that establishing a new Railroad Unzem i gym tit insurance system. Neither of these measures has yet reached his desk for signature he said. The president was asked who ther he could enlighten a reporter who had been writing stories saying that sen. Robert f. Wagner la n. Would not leave the Senate to seek the new York state governorship. He suggested that the writer keep on that course observing that it was the Only hint he could give him. Respiration is used on child for 15 hours Ganado Ari. a a doctor and three nurses saved the life of a seven year old child by applying artificial respiration for 15 hours while two men drove 700 Miles of Breakneck Speed to bring an a Iron the child is Nazabeth Lee. A member of the Navajo tribe. Fhe was in the mechanical Respirator today and physicians believed she had a Good Chance to live. She fell off a Fence on the Nara to reservation on sunday Lier injuries were extremely painful and she could not sic p. Yesterday morning both lungs unexpectedly became paralysed and she was at the verge of death. Or. C. G Salisbury ordered a nurse to apply manual respiration. The nearest mechanical Respirator or a Iron lung was in be Joseph Hospital in Phoenix 350 Miles awry. I sent Albert and Golden Farr Brothers in a truck for it. One drove while the other rested. At High Speed Over Mountain and deaf it roads. The total distance was too Miles i took them 14 hours. Or. Salisbury and his three nurses working in relays had forced the child s lungs to Fuget on All that time with their had s. Quot there Wasny to much spare a or. Salisbury said feel confident so has Chance to recover she fell soon after be lung beg function and is resting we had not slept for six Days Marilyn Stoma six year old daughter of or. And mrs j. I. Stoma 1124 West fourth Street won firs prize a Tennis Racket in the pet Parade sponsored by the Ames City playground recreational commission Friday morning. In a Field of 40 competitors Marilyn a pet dog in a Cage with the sign pet Parade won Over other dogs chickens monkeys a Pony cats and a Duck. Marilyn Solde r brother Milton who made the Cage received the Tennis Racket and Marilyn expects to use it As a hand me Dow n. Paul Mitchell is son of or. And mrs. C. C. Mitchell. 213 South Hazel won second prize a pair of Miler skates for h s t atry showing two Small Kittens in a boxing ring a take off on the Louis Schmeling fight. Betty Jean Wood 12. Daughter of or. And mrs. W. R. Wood 400 b main Street won third place and will receive a Kodan. She wore a Blue and White paper costume and her White dog won the applause of the crowd with a Perky Alice Blue cellophane neck Bow carnival dressed in a carnival costume with balloons tied to her d in Elaine Vifquain daughter of prof and mrs Russell v Quain placed fourth to win a Wood burning Needle. Elizabeth Beard and Dorothy Peck ranked fifth with a joint entry of a Chicken in a Bird Cage. One of the girls earned the Cag and the other walked behind carrying a sack. They will will decide How to Divide the prize. An automatic Pencil. Judges la Washington of fit president i Roosevelt returned to the capital today to make a fireside report j to the nation tonight on pump a priming recovery prospects be a fore swinging Westward on a vacation journey of political signify it a in e. German troops held in readiness to maintain order within Austria London our it a the daily Herald said today that German troops were being held in readiness to Rove into Austria again to maintain cd de because the situation there was a almost Cut of hand a Advance reports depict him in i heralds diplomatic Corres a confident optimistic mood i potent said that reliable reports the Stock Market turns a tron Fri pm Van a ii j a it Buer a d i. Nazi administrator for v it Tria had reported to German mistook Market turns Strong and Active and Federal agencies open the flood Gates for billions of dollars for lending and spending. Upsurge a week Long upsurge of Stock Market values has followed adjournment of Congress and the first splurge of Public works administration Loans and Grants pea plans to hat $2,000,000,-000 of projects under construction by next june in two Busy Days of spending Bra officials have approved $279,000,000 Worth of projects of win. Ii the Treasury contributed $124,000,000 in Grants and $14,000,000 in Loans for 1,146 separate undertakings. Report or Roosevelt will talk tonight at a 30 p. In. Cost to a coastal coast audience in what is expected to be a report on the state of the nation after to months of dangerous accelerated business depression. After a Long weekend at his Mother s Hyde Park estate he will remain Here for Only a few Days. On july 7 he will begin a trans Continental journey touching Kentucky Ohio Oklahoma Colorado California and other states when new Deal colors Are flying in hot primary contests. From sop 1 California port the pre id in t will embark aboard a Cruiser to fish in Pacific water before returning to the West coast by Way of the Panama canal. Proves checked thormities in Berlin that Hoaas unable to rely on austrian troops or police o maintain order. A Golf Hitler faced a a grave internal situation Quot the newspaper added because Buerkel was the cause of the anger and resentment of austrian nazis at the behaviour of their party comrades who were sent from dermal y to organize Austria As a province. Wars 45 s announced be local Board be percent will sought from pea fund would permit mediation in China and Spain. British prime minister Neville Chamberlain is convinced that there has been a definite diminution of War dangers since Inau-1 gyration of his realistic balance j in Quot pal session in program Aud diplomatic Cou lambers of the City observers generally agree with him Kali thursday night the mar. Despite several dynamite pockets Greeley Hospital Hoard authorized Tim might explode at any time. Swiss neutrality development today that strengthened i Haru Berlaine a hand included 1. L Many and Italy in formal letter agreed to recognize Swiss neutrality putting that country in the same category Belgium. $60,000. But if the despite the world War violation carries the Hospital of belgian neutrality today it a lion was of great importance in relations among Germany. Italy and France and from a military viewpoint. Hopes to mediate 2. Great Britain a Hope of me it on Tim j. On Page Trojo Ann Lect Nero sentry placed i. The recovery process moving sixth and won her a a and Al ii01 wild a your Owa checked time to j. Quot but i a Good i asleep a she predict hug is to make world flight Ball set. Judges of the Parade were s Al Osborn by s Rupe a. I Frank to igers leading the procession was the Ames Junior drum and Bugle corps Sud a Nard time playground band brought up the rear. The prizes were presented at recreational centers Friday afternoon awards were Given by local men. One of first a bout 60 local children marched in the Parade one of the f St special events planned by the City playground commission for its Bummel program. A few entries failed to appear in time to compete. On or two pets ran away while playground supervisors were marshalling them for the Parade. A Small Black dog with a escaped from his master Ani a of w minutes later a worried father hurried to the playground but found the dog without trouble. Full swing additional special events w la be announced later. Til playground recreational program which opened monday is in full swim g now with 570 enrolled in various playground projects exclusive of swimming at Arr Pool. Between three and four Hundred children Are enrolled in swimming classes but there is some duplication in the two g cups. County gof convention to be july 2 Washington n f d Ward Hughes sportsman aviator. Pre he will take off very t round the world i Gilt. Their predictions col dispatches from bar that Hugh has asked gov earn in through than ill it ooh Hen As Naire today on a a cited with disclosing the French american today s common error evening is pronounced Nung not even a ing. Eve medallist ahead country club. Lincoln neb. a medallist de Kingsley the bes Peel a Cie i 23-year old Sharpshooter from Salt Lake City Utah. Blasted his Way to a 7 up margin Over j. C. Scott. Houston a the Halfway Mark in the 36-Hole Quarter finals of the trans Mississippi Golf tournament Here this morning. Embassy to arrange for his Landing a a i Verget Quot after saturday noon on the flight. Will discuss new cattle Lamb Coop Herman c Aaberg of Ames will explain the new cooperative organized for Cattie and Lamb feeders at at meeting monday in 8 p. In. In the Marshalltown . Ralph Olson of Ellsworth will be chairman of the meeting Vine to the e Republican county Mon will Convene a re House in Nevada on s july 2, at la a. In. For ? pose of electing delegates state convention and a Gates to the state judicial lion and the District id mention an innovation this year a convention dinner to of by the ladies of i. I Church in Nevada during noon hour. A charge of 50 per plat will homa will be sent to the col on a court u r Day Pur to the Dele oven Ron b v la to Reed Rian f h to cents tickets Treeman in each precinct on saturday of this week. A limited number of dinner tickets May be had by others than the delegates upon application at once to h. C. Dana in Nevada or Paul Olson in Story City who will also Supply any other information that May be desired. Dates for the various Republican conventions Are county at Nevada. July 2. District judicial at in August. 1937, and the trend of business was reversed scrapping new Deal Economy plans and compelling new resort to pump it Riding appropriations. As or. Roosevelt prepares to address the nation statisticians estimate that the 1937-3 x depression has thrown 3,000.000 out of work that Well More than i 1,000,000 persons now Are unemployed and that the Load probably will increase before it Lightens. Deficit trend Down with seven Days or this fiscal year to co the net Treasury deficit promises to exceed january estimates by $250,000,000 and receipts probably will be $10,000,-000 fir so under the estimate of six months ago. But the deficit rend is downward this a Star compared to last Federal income is greater amt Federal spending less. The Public works administration drop Forward ifs program against recession allocating funds to 286 my projects Fth an aggregate estimate construction Cost of $73,089,271. Alienation allocation it if $32,594,267 in Grants Aud $3,444,000 in Loans brought total approved projects in the Campaign against depression and unemployment to 1,432. Tie estimated total Cost of the pro Eji to is $352.1 $8,120, toward which the new Deal Agency will contribute $157,332,741 in Grants and $17,862 500 in Loans. For the fit to time in Ute three Days pea has been announcing residentially approved project s. Kentucky current Battleground of new Deal politics was included. Lexington was offered $1,712,055 toward projects valued or 804,455, including a $3,585,455 waterworks. Iou a project. Iowa projects approved fall Grants Davenport la., Street $109,. 008. Sioux City ta., Road. $160,200. Waterloo la., sewage plat a $481 i 58, total Cost $1.01.462. Adams county Road improvements Grant $28,800, total Cost $6 4,000 Granger school addition Grant $11,028, cot $24,500. Lansing town Hall Grant $ a too Cost $40,000. Mapleton auditorium ii get Mas cum Grant $14.soo, Cost $33,000. Mason City school Grant $138,-000. Com $300,000. Scott county roads Grant $30,-150, Cost $67,000. Somers auditorium Grant $13,-9 50, Cost $31,000, Wayland water system Grant $15,750, Cost $35,0"0. Webster City paving Grant $4,950. A Ost $11,000. Wesley water tank Grant $3, 272, Cost $7,272. Cherokee Street improvements wants Infa to its chairman or. E. B Bush to proceed with arrangement for the circulation of a petition calling for a special Bond Issue election to construct and equip an addition to the Hospital on Douglas Avenue and twelfth Street. The amount of the Bond Issue Bas been set at not More than Bond Issue Board will make application for a pea Grant of 45 percent of the construction Cost which would materially reduce the actual Bond expenditure. In the event the Pava Craw in not made the local Board would proceed with the building program under its own initiative petition papers were being prepared Friday and members of the i Vine woman a club faculty to i menus club and a he Ames Junior chamber of Commerce will unit in efforts to secure the Acoss renames in the petition to Call of i the special election. R re d c i Oil pur>�?~0<o of calling for the 5 4 i . V condemns ale re t a at this time win t by United press h eat Britain a government today Clung doggedly to Hope that gradually world peace Prosper to air Industry to be under department v. Addington up a americans fast growing aviation Industry will be regulated henceforth by one government department instead of by three under terms of a Bill just signed by president Roosevelt. The Bill sets up a five Man aviation authority to be appointed by the p coaids it Ani confirmed by the Senate with the president s newer ,., Over the authority strictly limited. I the intelligence franc hand Wea tills group will interpret a the Avia \0tjt,? 10 pres Ahon Laws and make. Rules and Reg Money term financial Aid approx und r which commercial it a to what Helfried $135,000. Of spy stories to secure coolers of meal int. I to the construction of the add i Washington i pm la preside Tiv m i v of plus Board to May make application with the looser it said today that the Public works administration for a a no Navy so Chi a have add-1 Grant of assist in Tiona funds for the purpose of proposed addition combating espionage in this coun try. Mille this program held Tho Ive commenting8p0thfet Here Friday plan were on t a new a it re spy disclosures Sis unifier Way for Vera i pm projects which if will brins to the City financing Fri other projects the chief exit u lathing aviation will operate. President Roosevelt w la an appoint an administrator to carry out regulations of the authority and a three Man safety Board will be set up. I was expected that the new department will Cost approx Matelev $5,000,000 a year. Anti Trust Laws Are relaxed to the extent t at the authority May in the Public permit mergers Aud consolidations of competing airline. The new authority win take Over the Bureau of air Commerce in the Commerce department the inters ate Commerce commission functions relating to aviation and part of the Post office aviation activity the Post office department will retain the right to approve air mail routes. Circus is ordered to leave a. Town Scranton a. Tib mayor Fred j. Huester today ordered the strike beset Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey circus to leave Scran serious situation. New legislation the presidents statement was made As chairman key Pittman of t e Senate foreign relations committee declared he was watching the espionage situation closely with a View to introduction of new anti spy legislation at the next it Sion of congrats. The president condemned the Aej lion of a former government employee. Who. After unearthing spy to uts act for Des Rai sed the tic non i o f t h mens to on n w As Trator apr ploy in forthwith. Mayor told John Ringling head of he Quot Bigg St show that continued presence circus in Scranton was a to Public health removal notice was served the by the mayor As North continuing mediation Confer i with Federal and state arid is and representatives of striking employees ice Start of the strike wed in night in protest against a sed 25 percent wage Cut pm have had difficulty finding of a mat Ion which led to t of indictments resigned lion before trial of the persons to write stories newspapers. Stories held up the pres Lent bid not specific names. However Leon g. Turrou Federal Bureau of investigation agent who handled the new York spy investigation has resigned from government service to write a series of newspaper a tides. The series is being held up at the in meat under a Federal court restraining order obtained by t. District attorney i Lardy of no w Yoi k. Net general the president made it Cie i e was not condemning the generally As but one syndic involved. He declared that sue was one of patriotism ethics a combination of to he said that in such a i Case the use of the inform publicly might jeopardize the continued on fags to it he present time City officials have before Wea officials a request for a project to construct a seventh Street interceptor sew or. Whit h will Cost approximately to oooo which amount the via will provide about $40,000 in labor and materials opinion divided the Library Board. secured a favourable vol n a Bond Issue for an Ami my to sex Reed $ ii in a special election a few months ago. Is also considering making application for a pm a it of 45 percent to Aid in financing the addition to the Library. Opinion of this request was divided Friday As a it me officials were of the opinion thai the Boi <1 mention May make application for the pm a Grant while others were of the opinion that making such a request would delay the program now Welt under was until too late in the fall to permit starting of actual work this fall sleeping quarters. The first night of the walkout Many stayed in a nearby athletic Field but the locked yesterday. Anim amp la hav e been Ca red officials including North Hiwa r by Elf Lynch named to Commerce commission 35 percent increase approved thursday by m a was Lamar Fhelt construct Fon of paving at Iowa j state College with die government Grant on t is project reaching $41,-545. Should All four project be a approved Ames would receive in rout $135,000 in government Aid i $4 1,545 for he College paving approved $27,000 a if percent if tie $60,006 Hospital project to be applied for $27, As 45 percent if the Library program. Contemplated Ami about $40, for Tbs $5o.0t 0 seventh Reet project application made. Or. Bush reported that the hot i a id on which has been con a tiered by Tim Board for than a year would increase he facilities of the Mary Greeley Hospital by 35 percent and would Aid n Ras no Tho present rating of the local Hospital with the american continued on Page two that p it s s j j was in is i and on in i Noonan a widow to marry again Des Moines in. To John j Lynch Des Moines Secretary of the state Commerce commission. ,. It Dodge july 7. State in Des Grant $18,000, Cost $40,. Liar meetings will be in the Moines july 15. And state judicial Des Moines fire alarm system. Slate in de Moines july 23. Grant $104,850, Cost $233,000. A mrs. Widow of Nan who the Amelia Vas flight Oakland Cai in Mary Beatrice Poonai a Apt. Frederick j. N was lost last year i k it Hart on a South will marry Harry b Ireland wealthy retired broker of Santa Barbara she announced today. No Date was set Noonan was declared officially dead three Days ago by an Alameda court. Death decree Berlin or a the government promulgated a decree prescribing the death penalty for stopping no to mobiles by Means of traps a such As stringing wire across a Road a Tiu intent to Rob. Bas been appointed to fill the Vall Caney on the Commerce commis j i Mon caused by the death of the Hoe George a Huffman. Hoe. Nil j in g. Kra it it Hel announced today. or Huffman died a week ago from injuries suffered in an Auto it Mobile Accident. In gov Kraschel said that it appointment will boo Only until j j after election on nov. Iowa a $ Law provides vacancies to elective ? positions Are effective Only until j the next general election in Harry Dunlap comm Aaion chairman said a Coran i is Ion employee will be moved into Lynch a position but added that Lynch will be returned to his old position dependent on the outcome c e Genera election. Lynch whose appointment takes effect immediately will receive an increase in salary. Aunt Lindy says if Sonny bubbled in his a j water Glass at dinner like % some o a these paid orchestra 5 Fellows Bubble in their horns at the banquet be d j get sent to the Kitchen

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