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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 27, 1938, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune want ads you dividends Ames daily Tribune and times Universal in the Ames territory vol. 71 no. 308 United pres wire service Ames Iowa. Monday june 27, 1938 official ame and Story county paper weather Roee cast fair and warmer monday night and tuesday. Temperatures a Sun 3 15 p. Rn., 78 Mon. ? a in59 1130 p. Rn., 7�. Precipitation Trace. Three cent8kill Bandit and wound brother \ president accepts gift commemorating birth of new Sweden in 1638 As new High school looks from the air Wilmington Del. a president Roosevelt in behalf of the american people accepted from the people of Sweden today a Monument commemorating the founding of a new Sweden a in the Delaware River Valley 300 years ago. I he 60-ton statue the work of Karo Milles Sweden a leading sculptor was presented to the United states by Prince Bertil 25-year- son of the swedish Crown Prince Gustave Adolf who was abroad the swedish America liner Kung Holm and was unable to participate. He was accompanied by my Mother the Crown Princess Louise. Gay with flags the colourful ceremonies on a the Rock a on the Delaware River Side presbyterians open sessions 1 Fellowship dinner on monday evening several Hundred ministers and Lay delegates of presbyterian churches in Iowa were registering late monday Iii the memorial Union at Iowa state College for to fifty seventh annual meeting of the presbyterian Synod of Iowa wha will be observed this year As the sesquicentennial of the general Assembly. Officially opening monday evening at 6 o clock with a Fellowship dinner in the collegial prefab you a i amp a Church representatives will begin fou Days of discussion and study on current problems of the Chur emphasizing the general theme of Christian education. Significance Rey. Alfred a nickless of Davenport will give the dinner address on a the significance of the Church for our modern presiding at this meeting will be the speakers brother Rev. Percy. Nickless of Nae Central presbyterian Church in Des Moines. Following the dinner the group will assemble in the main auditorium of the Church for the evening v worship. It v. Edward i. Gibson of storm Lake Synod Moderator will i a Tho Sermon which will be followed by c e sacrament address of Welcome by or. C. E. Friley president of Iowa state College and election of officers for the coming y. A. Nominee Rev. F. W. Eastwood of Washington will be nominated As Moderator of the Iowa Synod for the coming term by Rev. C. H. Rumbaugh of Iowa City. Following a business session tuesday morning Rev. Peter k. Emmons of Scranton pa., will give the first of three convocation addresses at a. Rn., on the subject Quot How big is your god a tue Day he will talk on a Man the known a and wednesday on a your task in the of fort Christiana Park w Here the swedish and finnish colonists landed from. The two ships which had brought them from Europe was witnessed by official delegates from Sweden and Finland Soo swedes and finns who accompanied the Royal family and official parties in the Kung Holm As tourists the swedish and finnish ministers to the United states and a huge crowd of americans. Wilmington was Gay with flags and Bunting for the most solemn of the Many ceremonies commemorating the anniversary. Unbroken recalling that the Friendship of die United states with Sweden and Finland had been a from the earliest times unmarred by any rift unbroken by any misunderstandings a a or. Roosevelt said a i accept with profound gratitude. In behalf of the people of the United states this Noble Monument placed Here through the generosity of the people of Sweden. I am confident that to generations yet unborn in Sweden and in the United states it will typify close association and continued Good will Between our two ancestor or. Roosevelt said that one of his ancestors. William Beekman served As vice director of new Sweden from 1858 to 1663 and that another ancestor Martin Hoffman continued on Page eight Ames daily Tribune photo from Marion wealth plane building now under construe pm of t it Vin i i a a Quot Quot pm a Mfd in this air photo. A then front or aa a Quot a he a a a Bui it in a Rwy Iii which will. A k a in the Tenter is the inner court of uni of lion Hunting dog s in quest of Mccormick ame. Or amp Jar Zzz r is. Rrrviemo.1 z form the orchestra pit up while nearer Clark Avenue of show n Kef the Fath Brick work now partly at the Northwest Corner of the building i i j a or the Days uni and office unit in the. Fall of 11139. Building. The new achoo will be completed and ready for occupancy ups Pullman fares Washington u u a the interstate Commerce commission to Day authorized a general five percent increase in Pullman fares. Nevada band will present concert Here the Nevada his.-, school band. Directed by r. N. Cook will present a program of music at use music Pavilion in the City Park tuesday at 8 p. Rn., it was announced monday by elate Chenet a director of the Ames band. The local appearance of the Nevada band is sponsored by the Nevada Community club. Tho Gram follows March a the Lone King. Maro i a colonel bogey Ford. Selection a the merry widow a Arr. By Yoder. Cornet Trio a polka dots a Buchtel played by Marian Stone Bill Tipton Mary Jane Mccaffrey. March a the spartans a Kleff a n. Foxtrot a a horse apiece a Yoder. Overture a the Calif of Bagdad a brie lieu. March a on the Canella. Foxtrot Quot Tiger rag a Arr. By Yoder. Quot a. S., that Means us a Siegel a the dark town stutters Ball a Arr. By Yoder. March a minstrel Man a Talbott i a be pluribus unum a Jewell. A Star spangled ask pm a ii an i of fill new Borm i. To push request for gymnasium Ames Clabbers in awards at Camp Mitis a efforts i secure a a Grant of $120, for the construction of a new women dormitory at Iowa member of the two Ames packs for boys under the cub boy session delayed congressional Mem Bers absent o replace Margaret stat colies Hall Wiiri was destroyed by fire Are being pushed by College officials it was reported monday by. C. Gregg business manager. Scout a it it captured the major Washington up a inability share of honors at Camp Mitis a congressional members to at saturday night at the conclusion of 08 orce 1 indefinite postpone Iowa state spends Over four million actual instruction Cost million and half Des Moines. La. Up a Iowa state College spent i4.3772.160.t6 during fiscal year ended june 30. 193., Only $1,461,321 of which went for actual instruction of students. A state audit revealed today. The audit filed with 0, w. Storms state auditor and prepared under direction of g s. Worden supervisor of state audits said a total o $3,35y,194 was spent for education and research. Extension other major expenditures included Extension $723,297 operation of the physical Plant. $370,556 research $484,313 administration $157,310 College Library $102,586, and equipment $53,807. College receipts totalled $4,403, 474.81, of which $1,940,000, or less than 50 percent came from state appropriations the audit showed. Federal Money Iowa state received $702,000 in Federal Grants $439,405 from student tuition and fees $233,266 in i ?da3. Were u8ed in the search for sundry sales and income $29,510 in interest and endowment income and $33,929 in restricted gifts. A Hie audit showed that h. I. Dupont de Nemours c Many inc. one of the largest gifts it donated $6,000 to the Engineer ing Experiment station a gift of Albuquerque no cup a two lion Hunting dogs belonging to the new Mexico game department Medill Mccormick missing since ast wednesday on the precipitous a Arp of Sandia Peak East of Here. Homer Pickens of the game de part m in t guided a a Booger and sue famed for their ability in ridding the Region of Mountain Lions through the underbrush at pair trapped by deputies in Cornfield Kidnap four persons in dash across 2 states Des Iii., up a two Deputy sheriffs today shot and killed one of to o Bandit brother responsible for a Brief reign of terror in Indiana and Illinois and seized the others after wounding him in the shoulder. The slain desperado was Mer titled a Clarence Elston. 2 7, of Valley City n. D. He in shoulder his brother relic 25, Washoe in the right shoulder and was taken to the county jail of Kankakee about seven Miles Southeast of Here. They were trapped in a Cornfield when their get away car be earn mired after they perhaps mortally wounded Indiana state policeman Ray Dixon 28, near Laporte ind., last night. Kidnap four in their mad dash across two states they had kidnapped three men and a four year boy. Two hours before they were mowed Down in a fierce gun a tit the desperadoes had kidnapped James novy a Fanner and his four year son and held them As hostages while they attempted to Pierce a police blockade. Barricade police bad barricade d roads near the Northern indian�3uinois Border after the $3 000 was made to the chemistry the for of a 3,000-foot Pirp Adieu j v-5 v a Quot and kidnapped two in department by Parka Davis aim a a a company. The cub Camp. Starting this week Mort too in it today of the first pro crusader a Ai athletics Gross receipts of the College athletic Council for the year were $57,840.34 and net income a $47,-648.66. This compared with Gross meeting receipts of $57,993.22 during the Ujj the new teals monopoly in preceding fiscal year and $18,862.03 Milo Vest gating committee. In net income. Or More weekl1 although he postponement was football basketball the new Hail which would be at Cam p he Tiodos announced As indefinite it was or a i to major awards Given at i meet late a Cliff. They sought to pick us a. 1 re leased unharmed eight hours bandits shot i in Diana Deputy sheriffs whom they harm Miles West of Cook. To. One or More a a in Vivio am Tui Mea As i Naeomie u a hatched with $164,000, to be of Goya the full a a a. I Wol,1? profit. Pm audit disclosed. Were the Only and Bowling sports showing a tallied by a loan against anticipate the this week to draw the concentration Power since the inquiry of 19 12. Of Eoo j a Money j. A ,.club pack Camp Antes cub outlines of the broadest inv Avenue will be located at the pack members w n Nice of the at,0� of East Edge of the Campus just East Blue three awards which Are Felt Nom of the dormitory recently co Piet Nom Grams to be placed on the tru8t�?T pm i a a a j shirt. Seven t f urns awards went i cancels plans the new building would be four to Mera Berd of cub a it ack m am a ai8tant attorney stones in weight and would House two to Lull pack 158. Thurman w. Arnold Tho new about 1.0 women Gregg reported. Members of tub pack 159 to re dea1�?T rms of Niet Buffer. Project would solv Eicele the the lao i i understood while his the Hon ing problem for students who formerly re Margaret Hall College were planning it push a Gen e r a i it was lib i Uek 159 to re s hires were f. D-15imlertood. Was unable to reach Wymore v congressional members of the. A a committee to notify them to by Vid Garfield Jack Hiland?#1 pre8ent at the Lauvai Meltln for a legislative appropriation Quot for Arnth Brandner us Quot Andl a �?~88ion1 members of the com women die Coslin. Wayn Quot a a a Brouhard Jam official a sent at the when Arnold while i of cub pack is m i 11 would not a present he same Type of awards cancelled plans for action to honorary Blue threes were pre Day. Bob Phillips potion Seo Ltd chi., Wickland Phil y any Lack i the n on congressional members facilities in bae burning of mar a. James Lynch tora Maney Carl if the investigating group Bowel Hall the request probably will Brand tier Alfred Hausrath Roger Ever Bud been notified and Wert be pushed at the next session of Iuliani. Scheduled to meet at Arnold a of the legislature. J White twos the invt fire a p to begin the while plans for the new gymnast a new women a gymnasium i Bis received the building has been considered for several years by the College but Linte 1 to Den Che with the destruction a gymnasium. Grad 11 1 a Quot it award were Prev died to Dodo Al ,60.� t uni airy turn have not been completed it is. Liege Braun by a a postponement was an e. Timoted that the building would h .l.,�?T. Cost Moo own and �4w,w0 test your knowledge Railroad is charged with concealment Washington a a see Uri ties and Exchange commission examiner today charged the Missouri Pacific Railroad with a concealment deceit and fraud Quot in filing financial statements supporting an application for permanent registry i Hon of its securities j the examiner Richard town i Send charged the Road a failed the w Cantor on the 1838 reflect the Tine financial conditions Golf matches in the statements. 4. It hat valuable Medicine is of following filing of the a it m the bark of the Cin ments Townsend presided Over 1 5mmree? i hearings in which ii was charged 6 u a a by Creal it Ai ? j that the Road made no disclosures b. Vav hat is the minimum Ace pre-1 0f liability to approximately sen bed in the Constitution Foi sen i $u,00u.o00 on a contract with to Ltd can you answer seven of these lest questions turn to Page four for the answer 1. What material is used to reinforce Concrete 2. In which country is the Ganges River seated to Robert Brown Frank Quot not on a tors ? i. Name the new Tei of Japan. For which state is state the nickname 8 what is the term c Anteal Patent to. In which War did the Battle of Jutland occur foreign Ninis a Golden of a me today s common error extraordinary May be pronouns de either eks Iron Dina a tra or i nary. Minal shares inc., part of the rail Empire once controlled by the late Yan Sweringen Brothers. After review of the evidence Townsend said a fall these matters show a pattern and design of concealment deceit and fraud which the commission should Hae before it in determining whether it is necessary and appropriate for the Protection of investors to desist the common or eke and preferred stocks of the Missouri of. Ferguson John Taylor William Bitts Robert fits Richard Arnold Stanley Arnold Alvin Kronor sky Wayne Peterson Bobby Ste Benson of cub pack 159. A total of 14 White twos and Rise interrupted fish demands Hamilton quit As chairman w \ skin ton top a rep. Hamilton fish r n. A a a demand j de the resignation of chairman John in m Hamilton of the Republican National comm Hee As it ?. N. P. Executive committee members met Here to Lay fish who bitterly has criticised Hamilton s leadership t or several months renewed his Challenge with a charge that the National committee is a spending $1,000 a Day for fish suggested thai a portion of the funds being expended by the National committee be allot ated to g. O. A congressional and senatorial Campaign committees. Of the National committee follows a hands off attitude fish said a we could elect to new Republican sen i declined and 165 to a tors and at least too additional re-1 Public an representatives in Congress this thirteen of the 21 members of the executive committee attended the morning seism n which recessed at i p. In. For lunch. Hamilton said the group would meet again this afternoon. National com mine Man Harrison e. Spangler of Cedar rapids., was optimistic about the gof s chances in his state this fall. He said bae republicans would elect a senator a governor and at least seven of nine members Bourn of representatives. It by Comstock bounced. Rep. John Rankin d. Maney Harry miss., inserted a speech in the Price Richard Ross James Smith congressional record demanding Kenneth Sundall Bobby Tilden j that the inquiry include invest Joe Bill Bush Frank Cook Dean Gat Ion of a a Cotton seed it it Hausrath Jimmie Holmes Edward he asserted that Small Moore Erie Sjolander Dale Stark buyers a have been driven from Bobby Chase John Fenley James i Quot a a Ark t until today there is Larson Paul Stu son and Duane 1,1 no Wie on while red ones were pre j powerful that a Rankin said of Tho elimination of Competition Quot by they i big operators have become so powerful and so far reaching that they have even driven Rome from i Dally Market q Jot Ion. Of we can succeed in breaking five red ones were presented to the bold of this Gigantic Monopole in hers of cub pack 158. and thereby guarantee the Cotton Farmers reasonable prices for their Cotton seed they will be on the Way to a new measure in Stock market0 new York is of Exchange sales again exceeded two million shares today while prices turned in Gular to int err of the which had been in Progress for seven Days. To averages closed lower with the exception of the Utility but a great Many issues work-4 higher i Empire profit taking. Of the 904 issues traded today 403 advanced unchain Grid Gross the Grid sport grossed #43.172.-22 during the year Foi a profit of $23,016.22. Basketball crossed $10,689.40 for a profit of $3.950 46 while Bowling cleared profit of $72.50. Losses in other sports ranged from $376.53 for Tennis to $4,345.-s6 for track receipts receipts and expenditures for the various sports follow receipts receipts sex p. And itunes football basketball wrestling baseball. Track swimming Tennis Golf. Bowling $43,172 10,6 9 1,115 i 725 Ash 207 ish $20 156 6,738 2,733 3.175 1.7.12 i.3 3 629 by 115 Farmer labor to athletic department expenditures totalled $40,191.$$ during the 1936-37 fiscal year compared with $39 130,89 during the previous period the audit said. 2.003 acres the co a go. Was 2,003 acres of land valued at $$70,888 and buildings valued at $6.9y8.038, the audit said. Improvements other than buildings were appraised at $953,. 367 and equipment Al $2,805,073, the audit said the College had $26,667 75 in accounts receivable of which $14,093.76 were More to an a year when the audit its made. Student loan a total of $69,479 was outstanding in student Loans of which $21,-324 was from 30 Days to to years in arrears the audit said. The audit recommended that s? he taken to bring outstanding Jmon int of the veterinary clinic into satisfactory condition. It Quot As suggested that worthless accounts receivable be charged off. Outstanding Iowa children a Home society 113 udl1 di4cl0ed that mrs. Kale Mitchell who Hadj wer charge of the undertaking reports Ute Trail of the 20 year son of later two Ruth Hanna Mccormick Sims. End. Meanwhile expert mountain1 novy and his son escaped a climbers who were driven off the 1 patently unhurt when the fatal go Ante Western a shield a of Sandia i in Battle started Mountain of wind and rain a Ster of of code he Day resumed their search of the a Fhy in a to Graf dash the gunmen exchanged shots with a stale police car at nearby by in in on and a Village policeman Here before their car finally became mired deputies Clinton Craig and Jesse Burton closed in on the bandits As they clambered from the stalled automobile. Novy and his son fled in one direction and Hie gunmen in another seeking Refuge in a Cornfield. Corner and Burton cornered Ciar a constructive method of Breed enc behind a Corn crib. My Batter human beings through a a come a i w n intensive studies of selected Cou a Clarence Challenge Ples and several generations of t and shoot Bere their descendants was urged by bet right in the heart. E a Bouton. Harvard Anthro a he pm i b d at his heart a Cyrald Wall where last Friday the crushed body of Richard Whit Mer 20, Mccormick s companion was found. Hooton gives anthropology talks at is address monday it Aid Quot and then started to Pound his Chest in tartan fashion. He kept waving Bis gun. We ordered in refused. Apologist and wit in an at Iowa state College morning. Lim schedule of or. Hooton a j him to drop the gun. Subsequent addresses has been Iso i shot him through the heart changed and a will speak at 3 groans p. Rn., tuesday on a Rbt mat Prog .1,. ,. Fess and again tuesday at 8 avg the of a a 8tartwi Ehas rn., on a anthropological problems 1 apr Benalt. As we were in a democracy a both times in ii Avn Clarence groaned room 5, physics building. J Don t leave me Here to die. The problem of society Hoot a shoot me again and get it Over declared is to determine mini-1 with a mum achievements for individuals a we went away however of a1 grades. He urged casting j Craig said a and finally got the Oil of the eur ides that culture leg one. When we returned to the makes Man. And that the at Rob Clarence was weight of knowledge of human culture constitutes intelligence two fundamental fallacies exist in education now said Hooton Burton wounded Ore lie. Vav a in tog the shootings occurred on Tho. A Warner farm. The Wane a Elizabeth Butler wins tag Day prize at a he close of the tag Sale held on saturday in i e interest of the up i. Teut humans Are teach-1 from their Home when Pollok warned them that the Easton were approaching their farm after Craig and Burton hu1 opened fire on the fugitives score state police no bad been j blockading roads around deceit r. Quot a a j joined n the Battle with machine guns and pistols. To minutes after the firing ceased 200 other Tate police and deputies who had join d the widespread manhunt Lyric. D at the scene sped Lien at Kankakee a relic told police that de and his brother left continued on Page eight that Elizabeth Ana Butler was entitled to a fir -1 prize having secured $11.46 the second prize was won by Petty Jane Price who had $11.26. The third Winner mar a Guerette Angie had $7.51. The other veterinary clinic accounts Cattan Ling on june 30, 1937, and that $9,4 2 of them were More than a year . Able. 2. That a of the a a a Many a culture is to Orth learn education he a dared is Side Down Vav know too is about Man y it Liture an enough about our own but Hooton urged not merely cd Panse n of study in his own Field. He proposed for Tom to Trudy biologic a Man. Others to study social Man and for the i w o groups to get together on their results. Hooton does n get look merely to eugenic Means. Little is of be achieved in that direction when people will Strain a the a gnats of Steri Zati n of the unfit the insane the diseased and Swallow j the a a camels of War which kill off the Best people. A ppm err lit in to workers relived movie passes. Ivicek on july of i the sponsors Are grateful Toton a charge of driving a Moti Quot v e>eialiod8 Board Republic Appeal is dismissed Philadelphia be a the. Circuit court of appeals today dismissed the petition of the role or Urb poll Bic corporation for a re 15 a i Uuk thrive View of the order returned Des Moines is a pvt arrested i against it by the National labor Maytag attorney Des Moines. La. Be a the those who helped so faithfully bide while intoxicated and Farmer labor party will hold its Day and to every one else who con state convention july 30 at the tribute in any Way toward the Savory hotel Des Moines Gus Success of tile occasion. Erickson chairman of he party a state Central committee announced today. The convention v. adopt a platform and nominate candidates for Sta a representative in count is of the j where nominations were not made j in the primary. California wins Poughkeepsie n. Y. Cd a a California Crew won reek the action paved the Way for in driving e. W. Ford. Attorney jt11? a open id isi0� a a against the company for the Maytag mashing machine. Co., Newton was free under $700 Budge to semifinal Bond today pending a hearing july1 m in Beeton eng. Cab a Don Budge of California no. I in aunt Lindy says the world and defending Champion reached the semifinal round of the Ford was arrested Here Early the freshman sunday. Police said he was driving two Ini e race of the Poughkeepsie on the let Side of the Street. When England Tennis championships a Gatra a a Day on the rough Hudson police searched his car they found today with a 6-3 6 0, 7.5 Victory a vet breaking Asb Langton a four a Pic ii sad a Jasper county a year monopoly of ural a Tau i Puma. Gun Over Franz Lejnar of czechoslovak-1 i a a a from now until election. Time the politicians be 5 Busy a closing the gaps n j a a damning a the streaks 0 a i a let Quot 4 own of a a

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