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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 28, 1938, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune want ads you dividend Ames daily Tribune and Timeson Visal in thames territory vol. 71 no. 309 United pre wire service Ames Iowa tuesday june 28, 1938 official Arnee and Story county a per weather forecast Cloudy and warmer tuesday night and wednesday temperatures Mon. I p. Rn., to tues. 2.so a. Rn., is 2 p. No 78. Preci pm ration none three cents Hopes to avoid calling troops crusade of pc sales for jobs starts 22 5 at dinner Here listen to Brayton while most parts of the nation Are suffering the effects the of the recession conditions in Iowa Are unusually Good said Arthur Brayton of Des Moines As he opened the Ames sales crusade monday night with an inspirational talk at a dinner in the Sheldon Munn hotel. About 2j25 local employers and employees attended the meeting. High spot Brayton who is Secretary of the Contention Bureau of the Des Moines chamber of Commerce reported that a Iowa is one of the few High spots in the nation s business. We Are next to the top in postal savings the Iowa farm income is about it percent higher excluding benefits than it was a year Elmer Hart president of the Ames it Tail merchants association presided at the meeting and urged hts audience to get into the spirit of the crusade of Quot sales mean buttons were provided those attending. Prosperity Hart int reduced mayor Frank d. Paine who stated that a sales us an Prosperity and Only when the merchants Prosper can the City As a to Hole Prosper. With All of of working together we can come to a better understanding of each others w. S. Rupe Tribune publisher praised Ames employees for their ability to make sales he introduced Brayton. Inventory a this is inventory time a said Brayton a a a e should take in yen tory of ourselves As Well As our Stock and determine if a it a can t do just a bit better. You salesmen a the dynamos from which sales flow resolve tomorrow to put Forth better efforts ask people to Brayton defined salesmanship As Selling the appropriate article to he a definite need at a suitable Price. A Price is important but it is not the be All or do All of Selling. In Selling a product you should translate its Price tag into what it will do for the customer. Dramatist your product a bit in order that rim customer May see it of its Best Quot living Standard a the Standard of living in the 1�?Tuited plates is higher than any other nation because things have been sold to concluded Brayton his is a Challenge to us to even greater Effort to further improve our living conditions a continuing throughout the work special a forts he made Here o encourage greater sales in re i and wholesale concerns. R opens sales crusade in Amesa ame Dally Tribune photo. P. King before a group of about 225 local employers and Ern no a Quot. It it a or Brayton of Den Moines launched the Ames Quot sales Means jobs Campaign. Pictured above at the speakers table at the dinner in the Sheldon Munn hotel Are left to right w 8 Hup. Publisher of the Tribune mayor prank i. Paine Brayton and Ali irly i lament of the Ames retail merchant assertion plan special features for band concert Tim special features will be included in the regular weekly band concert by the Ames municipal band in the music Pavilion at the City Park at x p in., thursday if was reported tuesday by Date Henetta. Director. Drexel Peterson in Boone will sing three solos Mary Jean Ash will do a tap dance and Barbara Hall will present an acrobatic dance. The program March Quot entry of the gladiators fuck Waltz the Man on the flying trapeze o Keefe overture Quot William Tell Rossini popular a the t a trumpet Scott i acrobat it dance rhapsody a a slavonic Friede Roann popular a the i Doodle o a Inton it vocal solos a Quot on the Road to Mandalay Speaks cd Quot the dose song Romberg Ltd a at in awning cad Man March a flights out Mccoy intermission March a a Colorado Holmes intermezzo Quot in a Moonlit Garden King tap dance selection a Victor Herbert favourites a Lake Bandel i is Quot dance of the paper dolls Tucker Bass drum Solo Quot by Bass drum Yoder hymn a holy holy holy do Kes March a a Hostrauser so Chambers a the Star spangled Pinner venereal disease funds for state Washington to a c. S. Public health son ice allocated $2,400,000 to states and territories today for a fight against venereal i sea Iowa was allowed $43,564. 5 die in crash Paris d pm a French military plane crashed Neer Rhei plane a bomber was wrecked at the Edge of the Rhein Al Frielo heavy demand for rooms by students the Iowa sate College housing service with Headquarters at the am c a. Is already besieged with requests for student rooms and lodging places approved by Coll. Be authorities mrs. Madge Mcguade chairman of the housing committee lists the rooms and they Are the n inspected and graded. Ray Cunningham executive Secretary of the said the demand for rooms had skirted unusually Early this summer. The service suggests that local is tues a person desiring to rent rooms to students nex fall should get them in order file their card with the service so the rooms May be inspected. Cards May be secured at the . And contract forms safety Here col Ieese c a operating with agencies round table discussions on what is being done and what might be done to improve safety on the Highway will feature the safety duration Al conference to lie held at state it allege july 6. 7 and 8. The conference is being sponsored by the Iowa state safety Council the state motor vehicle department and the Sta department of Public instruction in cooperation with the College. William a Sears director of Chicago Public schools will give a number of talks on hazards in the Home the safety program used by the Public schools in Chicago developing Confidence in Drivers and results of Driver training in Chicago. Education of wednesday afternoon a j. Is Eft to of Des Moines of the state department of Public instruction staff will head the round table discussion on Quot what states Are doing to meet the mandatory requirements in safety thursday the subject will a Quot what Iowa schools Ai doing in safety education a with Harlan Mead of Washington Dean of the Washington Junior College in Chai be. The final round table talk Friday will be on Quot what Iowa schools should do in safety education a with of g. Palmer of Iowa state teacher College presiding. Apparatus w. Earl Hall of Mason City president of the Iowa state safety Council will give the main address j at the dinner its the memorial in i Ion thursday Avenir other speakers on the program will be miss Fern Goulding of the department of Hygiene at Iowa slate prof. R. Moyer of the civil engineering department at Iowa state and Marl Morris dirt tor vey. Demonstrations of Driver training apparatus motion no cures and other teaching aids will Complete the program. conservative Liberal trend r Vav of tvs Tail Yutte colle8 a a Iii i us i la i la Elliott l. Mcmillen assists g. O. P. Committee to i Ake stand w Ith Hamilton by Lyle c. Wilson assistant professor of chemical Engineer at Iowa state College for Cie past three years has been named head of the newly established chemical engineering department of Lafayette College Easton a. Prof and mrs. Mcmillen Ani tilted Presa staff correspondent Heil daughter Molly left Ames to Washington o a House Republican Leader Bertrand h. Snell last of the Boom time 0. O. P. Congressional commanders waived himself out of Congress today in a Man Euver which May test in selection of his successor the comparative strength of Liberal and conservative trends in his party. Snell 24 years a member of tic House and Leader of the Republican minority since 1931, announced that be would not be a j candidate for reelection this year i in his up state new York constituency he was one of a political tinkers to Evers to Chance c o a Bina Tion which was almost All a powerful in the House during i Onie of the brighter Republican years on Capitol Hill. Meeting his announcement coincided with a meeting Here of the executive committee of the Republican National committee. With 13 of 21 members present the committee unanimously endorsed the strategy and activity of chairman John d. M. Hamilton whose administration of committee affairs has been under fire in several political and newspaper fronts since the 1936 election. Hamilton said that endorsement would be the Only reply to the demand of rep. Hamilton fish. R no y., that the chairmanship be declared vacant. Denial but the chairman denied that he or the committee was interfering in the conduct of the Republican congressional Campaign committee. Or that National committee costs were excessive he estimated the 1938 committee budget at from $150,000 Mcmillen Heads Pennsylvania pastor in department at opening address Here As presbyterians Convene Day to visit relatives to Pennsylvania. Mcmillen will begin his new work aug i with the selection of equipment for his department. Mcmillen whose family lives in St. Paul was graduated from the i us verify of Minnesota in 1928 and received his doctor of philosophy degree from Bhat school in 1931. I work in perfecting a graphic method for sol it Loo of chemical engineering problems has Attiat de wide attention. His work on Large scale filtration also has been an outstanding contribution the i milieus have been Active in the Baptist Church her. Mrs. Or Millen has been social chairman of the women s Union for the past two years and or. Mcmillen has served As head of the men s club and s a trustee of the Church. Asks probe of gasoline firms attorney for Coryell sees Arnold the Challenge to each minister Emmons said. A we preachers must and student to determine in his i feel confident that our god i my own mind and heart How big his j enough to control the universe and cod is was urged tuesday morn us even today in a his world of Rigby Rev. Peter k Emmons confusion and tor of the Westminster presbyter few athe St Tan Church of Scranton pa., at stating hat there Are f w real the first of a aerie of three ton atheists or. Pm Mon said that the vocation addresses to the memory True atheist who does not believe Tai Union at Iowa state College. The cos Voo Glion at la a. In was a joint Nutting of Iowa presbyterian ministers and Lay delegates Here for the annual Synod of Iowa meeting and summer students a Iowa state. Big enough answering the question How big must my god be with a personal illustration or. Emmons said that his god must be big enough to manage the universe to manage me i a this universe and to manage All of us in relation to one another. Quot and i know that god is big enough to do Ai this for he demonstrated bus ability in Jesus Christ when he placed him on the level of human experience or. Masche seers settlement of a aug dispute u in go i a Cha. Lost the mainspring of life. Tile Only resource he has left is himself and there is so Little in the material self a hat the of of an atheist is one of tragedy. Quot Many to Call themselves athe-1st Are really materialists v to perhaps should worship Tho machine by when a Man makes a thing his god he dooms his the convocation speaker emphasized that god is bigger than Creed for he is much More cot corned Over our lives than he is our creeds. Assistant or. Pm Mon was prison to the audience in great Hail by Dean continued on Page three Washington lint a an Independent Nebraska gasoline distributor asked the joint legislative executive department come Rhee on monopolies today to investigate gasoline marketing practices. George m. Tunis. Attorney for l l. Coryell and son Lincoln neb., Independent distributor in 14 middy Western states filed charges with assistant attorney onto $200,0001 a a Oral Thurman w. Arnold accusing North Dakota j decide 1 electric lines Inye s future Wash not in Bismarck by the a pfc North Truc in finance Corpora Ion i it Dakota republicans decide �?Todayj1 airman Jese Jones offered the billion Dollar facilities of the rec today to cities anti states seeking to Purchase the distributing lines of private Utility companies. While Jones limited t in rec offer with the statement a we re not go aug Lute this is % mines up sign seance was attached to the fact that the Cor North political future of sea Gerald. Nve progressive peace advocate and Cine of the Bent known members of the Senate. Selecting the party a senatorial candidate they will choose Between a i and gov. William Lanier. A dose race appeared certain. Their charges and counter charges quiet and sail his organization merely was endeavouring to raise and turn Over to the Republican congressional and senatorial Campaign committees their 1938 budgets if $500,000 and $175,000, respectively. Criticisms c. It. Goodspeed committee treasurer denied fishes criticisms of party financing and Hamilton denied that committee expenses were la too a Day. Nearer $500 he said. Goodspeed said that the committee collected $352,000 from Jan. I to May 31, remitted $167,000 to the contributing states for local use. Paid $63,000 to the congressional committee and $15,000 to the senatorial committee and spent $80, on the National committee. Once powerful Snell was one of the powerful political figures of the Post War period. Let served As chairman of the 1932 and 1 936 Republican National committees and Long was High in party councils. With the i late speaker Nicholas Longworth and the then Republican Leader major producers of persisting in monopolistic practices designed to Quot Force the independents to the he charged that major producers were cutting Down production and buying Large stocks from Independent refiners to Quot squeeze out Independent producers by controlling the output. The government recently won a spectacular trial of Moi than a score of individuals and companies at Madison wi., on charges of violating the Sherman antitrust act. Tunison asserted that the a same tactics which led to the Madison trial were being employed by major producers. He said that Arnold appeared interested in Bis report indicating that he might submit the complaint to the monopoly committee when it meets later this week. John q. Tison of Connecticut of the Iowa Highway sur j Snell As chairman of la Bouse rules committee was member Ltd of the g. 1 in Board of directors. After Lone Worth a death and the shift of House control to the democrats Only one major re pub a an position was available. Snell lost the rules chairmanship to the democrats and it 1931 ousted Tison from the Republican leadership. Taking it for himself. Tilton retired from co gees after that demotion. Offspring of feeble minded can be Normal test your knowledge new York. Fer or. George Stoddard of the child welfare re. 1 a ,. Search station at the University some a a a it or re Olio of Low told the National edit available free of charge to householders. Corliss will take Des Moines la. test aum a to $ in these i Commerce chamber est question turn to Page four j or 1 Rorr Toh at Emmetsburg 1 or it Winch states i yellow Stone National Park located a How is the value of Gold Bullion determined in the in s ? what i a magnetometer 4 ate women eligible to the of a it a president of the. U s a. Who d d Alfred Gwynne Van Dei Blit marry recently 6. For which state is a Constitution state the nickname t i?.? May inches Are in i Rod v what Strait is at the mouthed tip of South America 9 name the capita of Alabama. I. Name the first letter of the greek alphabet. Of july 2s. To change was net slated be i cause to in Lait a Date con fib ted with previous engagements scheduled by some of the participants he explained. Cation association Tad a that the offspring of feeble minded parents May become normally Bright children if placed in Good Homes Arle co h. A study of 137 Sui h infants a said Resul cd in he conclusion that a a Large sampling turn out to be Bright children ii. Measured by the Best tests new available Floyd h. Provided they were reared Iii of cd iss Field Secretary of the state favourable Environ ing planning Board Aud editor of the most of the Chih to in the planning Boa re bulletin today an-1curvey Wert placed before they j noticed i re signal Ion effective were six months old he said. July i. A such findings must com As j he will become Secretary of the ionetlius0 of a Shock him added socialism and fascism will he Dis Nevi reorganized Emmetsburg i�?ot0 a who1, is Tiou or Eda cussed in the regular Ames peace la chamber of my ice a Jea Torh brought up on the sooth Council broadcast from station to com,., tonner Cik editor of the Long Quot Quot a Quot k i l Quot a a it to. Be expected of Jukes Kallik aks Tribune a been with e a r de in rate Breeds. Planning Board since March 1936.1 Mccaffree to demonstrate Canoe technic coach Charles Mccaffree jr., in charge of the Iowa state College swimming team and chairman of trip safety committee of the american red Cross w ill present a demonstration of Correct Canoe and paddling technic at la a. Rn., wednesday As a safety feature of the free swim for Ames children at carry spool the demonstration is sponsored by the Ames playground commission and the local chapter of the Ames red Cross. Mccaffree for several years i Birmingham democratic state reefed canoeing and water Craft chairman announced today that j activities at various boys Camps the party s stale convention in Des throughout a he nation. He was Moines will be held july 27 instead trained in the proper handling of state democratic meet Date changed Des Moines la. de have coloured att Otho Wisi primary Campaign. Three parties nominations at. Stake were for senator two congressional seats Glt vet nor and a full late of stale officers in three parties Republican democratic and Union interest entered however on the contest Between Nye and Hanger. Party leaders situated that the vote in All primaries would total at least 200,000. The polls were scheduled to open at 9 a. In. Cost Sud will close a 7 p to. Under thumb the Nye Hanger struggle Bas typified the inner strife in the powerful non partisan league which has controlled the state government since 1932, Hanger is the endorse of the non partisan league which he lag held under his political thumb for some time. During his gubernatorial term he has built up a Strong political o ionization. He is a supporter of the Townsend Plau f Money Reform and of a Bank of the United state. He was the first governor to declare a debt moratorium. Voice of one Nye in his most intensive Cam up Alan since his appointment to the Senate in 1925, has concentrated against what he labelled a sat 1 he was Quot tired of trying to convince departments and agencies in Washington that the voice of one Man not the voice it nor til action has agreed to lend $5,s0o, 00 to the City of Knoxville team for a Purchase of Power lines which otherwise might be duplicated by the Tennessee Valley authority. Limitation Jones statement was interpreted As meaning that the government does not intend to enter the private squabbles of individual cities with their own Utility systems it will limit itself he said to areas i Besa state Aud Federal Power reclamation and navigation projects offer the possibility that the government in order to bring its electricity to a Public Market might have to erect distribution lines in Competition private utilities. Jones announced the Knox vile loan As Public works administrator Harold h. Ukes and administration Power advisors worked out a policy on the controversial Power Issue before authorizing Ary pm a Loans to municipalities. Fifty applications of Matiea for Federal Moue for Tao Ere ton of municipal Power pions Hau been Hek up pending final determination of that policy. Good Faith involved in such a in termination in the statement it Senate majority re disinterested investigation of matter Des Moines la. Or a gov. Nelson g. Anschel advised irs office by Long distance Telephone late today that he has stalled negotiations which he Hopes will Settle Tho labor dispute at la Maytag wading machine company Plant in Newton without resorting to the use of National guard troops. Calling from Wisconsin where be has been vacationing Kragich a told Bis Secretary g w. Bartley negotiations a negotiation have been opened with both sides for an agreement and will be continued until sue Cess Bas been accomplished or possibilities for such Are exhaust a Frt declined to say whether Hie governor still is at Trout Lake where be has been fishing or whether he ii Enro Ute Back to iks Moines the Sacre Ary said hew. Ever he does not expect the governor in town tonight. By Telephone Kirtle said the gov n entry had been in touch by Telephone with officials of the May lag company and labor leaders at Newton. Sheriff Earl Shields of Jasper county and mayor George k. Campbell of Newton last night had asked the governor to Send National guardsmen to the May a Plant where 450 committee for Industrial organisation unionists have been Bande <1 t of six Days. F5wsgi mind the govern ? was advised if the request by Telephone and replied that he would leave at once for ties Moines. He had been expected to arrive about noon. It was believed he changed his mind after receiving Assurance from the com. Piny and Union officials that be foliation to Settle the dispute would or started at once the Pitlow Ryjer said they would leave the Plant if no attempt would be made to resume operations Pond ing a settlement of th5 controversy wants Public minded Board Des Moines la. Tolj a a a Cora. Plen investigation of the Maytag m Ashing machine company s la Boe difficulties by a disinterest group of ministers College Protea sors and other Public minded citizens was demanded today by state Headquarters of the committee hag Industrial organization in a former statement the Tio office said the findings should a made Public a so that the people of Iowa might know Hie conspiracy that is being egged against the Cio unions to Down the to die of the workers and instigate a Baek to work movement that to ult Kader Alban Vav. Barkley Lead the Way for of her industries during debate on the Ati Malstr j in Iowa to put across wage cuts dons emergency Relief approx Ria and promote a More Chao lion Bill that Bra Quot does contemplate or expect or intend to allocate Federal funds to cities to build competing Power systems a unless such municipality. Has in a iou. Fait made no ofter to Purchase the existing private Plant. At a fair and reasonable peace broadcast canoes Row boats and other water Craft by some of the Best aquatic experts in the country. The re stration will be repeated at s p. In. Friday night at Carr s Pool. Arthur h. Eschbach has loaned his Canoe to met Caffre for use in the demons ration. A Here on thursday Hughe a plane i different Elba tween communism t0oav�?Ts common error facade is pronounced not a sayd spa salaries Des Moines la. Jub Lowass 33.9o0 wha workers received Sal Aires totalling ?u614 a during v a. State spa administrator a Sand Jgr re j. Keller said today. They worked a total of 3,417,753 horns. A yet who among the Early biological incline to psychologies and educators hailing the inheritance of feeble mindedness As a wonderful demonstration of the Laws of via tire and of Mendel took any Radical rep from the environmental de to counteract these supposedly pot at 11 30 a. In. Thursday. During Hie program Rainer shit Kele Iowa state College agricultural economist will be interviewed by Rev. G s Nichols pm Force-.?�?� other speakers emphasized the responsibility of education in maintaining d Moc racy training backward or Chiluk eau ready for flight los Angeles fib Howard Hughes big Tvan motored plane was reported ready today for the new York to Faris flight. The millionaire spoils Man went aloft 30 minutes yesterday in what i believed the final test hop. He taxied directly into the Hanger up Landing. Hughes is expected to Fly tomorrow to new York where he name jurors for july court term n. A. Larsen and family leave Ames tic economic Maytag employees Are member of the United electrical. Radio auf machine workers of America 1 Cio Aff Blate. Jurors for �?Tth5 july term of a he ame municipal court were lamed tuesday by l. E. To Mas court clerk. Those subject to Call Are Charlesf Kiu det Man George Dunlap Leslie Zumwalt Herman Vole mrs. L w. Wood John e to Ter. Lawrence b Anderson Henry w. Cdavis Grady Taylor Maud Wilkins Thomas Kirby Neil Weldon Harriett Nelson George Askelon Sarah a Mattox. Henry w. Schneider Earl Warren her to de Kalow. Bearish Baxter Char Lea Harvey Cherry Babcock Joe m Thomas s. Leith. I. U Meredith t rot. N. A strap Lateen president of the Iowa District of the norwegian lutheran Church of America leaves Ames wednesday 11 with or. Lars a and their Daugh 2 Ter Katherine Larsen to take up j j residence in Decorah la. Or. Larsen has maintained his Home and office at 1018 Duff Averil Here since he became president of the District in september of 1934. Atter returning from the \ Merk is i Vance Wimbledon England cps led by mrs. Helen wills Moody who is in quest of her eighth a tie three californians advanced today to the semifinals of the All England Tennis championship and a fourth i United states contest ant was Defeated. Alice Marble and Farmer Champion Helen Jacobs were the other californians to Rea h the round of four. Andrus John my Hail Carl a Orisen Clyde Clem Oro Mccoll ,. J. Brow hard James o get a ads. N Els k. Schwarts John a Durham. Hiram Muon Miller Strayer Anno. F Allen f. E. Guilder. Thomas i. Cook. Mrs. George r Chardon Francis Miller Clyde Black. Sylvia Anthony Clarence Morgan Clarence speck Lou Shull f c pose Gate. H. I. Lantz Leroy Benedict Ait in i will Takeoff in a week or so on the Emma i. Martin mane Shannon j. Link elate Che Fittko Lynn t. ®is8i0� China in 1927, hic was pastor of the first lutheran Church at Sioux 1 try a. Until coming Ber aunt Lindy says afflicted t bigot Over j Ocean. The no the a native of Decorah or. Lar j sen is a graduate of Decorah 1 Luther College of which his a father waa president tor 41 years from 1861 to 1902, and of Luther theological Seminary at St. Paul. From 1013 to 192 7 he and mrs. Lar i spent a greater part of their time As missionaries ii i the heart of Honan province. China.,. 1. The District which or j Atlantic j t rank \ Laughlin fee Chafer larse0 healt in a includes Iowa Kau j i a in s. Devries jus Oklahoma Aud Texas most of us can never Hope to be anything but an average citizen but we might at least try to raise the average. 1 r r r r r if or or r Ltd Ltd 0 00f

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