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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 30, 1938, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune want ads you dividend vol. 71. No. 311 Ames daily Tribune United press wire service and times Universal in the Ames territory Ames. Iowa. Thursday. Junk 30, 1938 weather forecast local thundershowers thursday right and Friday. Temperatures wed it p. In77\ Thura. 4 30 a rn., 68 2 p. In 81 precipitation�?.3 at Ai Inch since i a it r Ca wed official Ames and Story county paper three cents presbyterians hit military Drill Hopkins says republicans spa is not1 democrats to political tool on offers evidence Kentucky cases Washington up works Progress administrate Harry l. Hopkins denied today that the spa has been made a political instrument in Kentucky where the new Deal is involved in a major primary Battle. In a statement accompanied by exhaustive documentary evidence Hopkins challenged 22 charges that his Agency subjected spa workers to political pressure in Kentucky. Facts he said that the facts do not substantiate the charges but reiterated Bis previous promises that Relief workers would be discharged whenever charges of improper activities could be proven. A every charge in which a spa worker or official was named has been thoroughly investigated and documentary evidence conclusively establishes that out of More than a score of cases in which political activity was alleged Only two instances of improper conduct could he found a he said. Articles Hopkins statement referred to a series of Art Des published by Scripps Howard newspapers on use Kentucky senatorial primary fight Between Senate majority Lead r Alben w. Barkley anti gov. A. It. Happy Chandler. The series enumerated specific instances where it was asserted that political pressure was being exerted on Relief workers in behalf of Barkley. The newspaper series followed charges by judge Brad Quot Stewart of Paducah ky., Chandler s Campaign manager that spa in Kentucky had been a a prostituted for political purposes. Denials Hopkins reviewed the specific cases cited in the newspaper series. For each charge he submitted statements or affidavits denying the assertion or attacking their Basic i cruises. A general charges of political favouritism by spa officials have been based upon these specific cases he said a they have no More Validity than a he specific cases upon which they depend for support and a thorough investigation a fully set Forth above was swept away their foundation in fact. Misleading a while i know that this series of articles was based or. Inaccurate information i am quite aware of the fact nevertheless that other misleading and inaccurate statements May be made before the coming elections Are Over i Fie not intend to permit charges against spa officials. A Sui employees in whose integrity i have Confidence to go unanswered and i intend to use every instrument at my command to acquaint the american people with the truth or falsity of such changes. Prostitution a the american people have a right to know whether these charges Are True or not. I am convinced that people will not tolerate the prostitution of Public funds to Aid Tim unemployed i meet saturday Republican and democratic delegates. Named at caucuses held throughout the county before the primaries will Convene in Nevada at la a. Rn., saturday for their respective conventions the democrats will meet in the k. P. Hall and the republicans in the court room of the court House. Presently loonies As the chief item of business for the conventions win be the nominating of a Demor Raic candidate for the office of county attorney by the democratic convention John judge of Ames chairman of the democratic Central committee reported thursday that a candidate will be named to fill the vacancy not decided upon at the june primaries. Whoever is named will oppose Frank Lounsberry incumbent who won the Republican nomination in the primaries. Albert Steinberg of Ames who won the Republican nomination for representative to the Iowa legislature in a close race with c. E. Lookingbill of Nevada will give the keynote address of the Republican convention. Paul Olson of Story City chairman of the Republican Central committee will preside. Judge reported that no keynote speaker for the democratic convention had been named As yet. But that some one would be selected from the floor at the opening of the convention. Both conventions will name delegates to their respective judicial Aid state conventions and will prepare resolutions on party policies. Union in favor of Settle in Kraschel says Maytag workers Friendly Des Moines la. Of a gov. Nelson g. Kraschel advised his executive assistant g we Kiri lev in a Long distance Telephone conversation today that be was in route to Des Moines and would hold a conference at 9 30 a. Rn., tomorrow on the Maytag washing machine company labor dispute. Roosevelt hits burning of libraries exiling of scientists and teachers new n Ork lbs president Roosevelt inferentially but vigorously criticized government by dictatorship today. Addressing delegates to the convention of the National education association on the grounds of the 1939 worlds fair he spoke out against the suppression of Art and culture in such a Way that he left no doubt in his listeners minds that he was referring to events in Germany since the nazis took Power. No names he mentioned no names. An hour before the president had addressed local and foreign dignitaries in laying the Corners one of what will he the Federal building a the fair. Declaring that education must be kept intellectually free he said Des Moines la. Tri gov Nelson g. Kraschel today advised his Ottice that he has communicated with officials of the Maytag washing machine company regarding a counterproposal of Union employees to reopen the strike bound plan and that he a will rot leave anything undone to straighten out the telephoning from his vacation relies in Northern Wisconsin the governor said he had received an official copy of the Reso iut on adopted unanimously by the employees last night it did not agree in detail with the unofficial report i had received of the unions action a Kraschel advised his executive Secretary g. W. Kirtley. I find the Union s Resolution much More Friendly and favourable to a settlement than the preliminary reports indicated. Quot it indicates that t in strikers want to use the Quot proposal for settlement by he Maytag company As Nye wins but running mate is Defeated Bismarck. A n by a sen. Gerald p. Nye progressive Republican and peace advocate who has supported several new Deal policies today had Defeated his Arch political foe gov. William Unger for the Republican u s. Senatorial nomination with Only lfl9 of the states 2,260 precincts unreported from tuesday s primary Nye held a margin if nearly 7,000 votes Over Langer i the endorsed of the non partisan league which has controlled the state government for six years. Votes fro 2,151 of the states 2,260 precincts gave Nye 87,942 and Langer 81,773. running mate. Lieut. Gov. I. H. H. Thoresen. However appeared to have lost his contest with John Hagen Lunger s Choice. Thoresen had held an Early Lead but belated Rural returns shoved Hagen into the Lead by some 5,000 votes. Although the total vote was described As Normal it was believed an All time High had been established in the Republica co urn. Approximately 200,000 North Dakotas voted in the primary. Langer today said he was undecided Quot As to whether he would oppose Nye As an Independent in the november election. Oas tates in Iowa increase i i that a such things did not need As much emphasis a generation ago but when the Cleek of civilization can be turned Back by burning libraries. By exiling scientists fists musicians writers and teachers by diapering universities. And by censoring news and literature and Art. An added Burden is placed upon those countries where the Torch of free thought and free learning still Burns redouble Effort a if the fires of Freedom and civil liberties Burn Low in other lands they must be brighter in our he said. Quot if in other lands the press is censored we must redouble our Effort Here to keep it fee. A if in other lands the eternal truths of the past Are threatened by intolerance we must provide a Safe place Here for their perpetuation. Or. Roosevelt who motored to the fair grounds from the summer White House in Hyde Park 80 Miles away began his address by stating that the Only real capital of a nation was its natural resources and its human beings. Structure a Ythi capital Structure a natural resources and human begin Gay has to be maintained at All times a he said. I he Plant has to be kept up and new capital put in year by year to meet increasing needs if we skimp on that capital if we exhaust our natural resources and continued in Page Den acc educators to Confer at state College an outline of procedure for cd Vian conservation corps Camp education advisers that will include All of to e proven practices developed thus far will be formulated at a training conference tuesday through saturday next week at Iowa state College. The conference will include advisers from the Camps in the Nebraska South Dakota and Iowa District. Conference chairmen will be w. Homer Hill seventh corps area educational adviser. Omaha. Neb. H. H. Reimund. Neb asks District educational adviser Omaha and c. C. Gordon Iowa District educational adviser fort Dis Moines. Iou a acc Camp educational advise on the program Are col. J. It. Pegram Iowa District Comman in c. R Bennet. Bancroft ii. J. Hollister Clarion e h White Eldora c. M. Anderson Ottumwa c. Marks Drakesville j. H Dothan Solon i t. Dirks Ames g b. Heed Centerville c. Moody will play Jacobs in net final Wimbledon eng. Up a mrs. Helen will Moody and Helen Jacobs rivals for More than a decade gained the final round of the All England singles Champion today and on saturday will resume the most bitter fued in Tennis miss Jacobs unseeded at Tim stat of the tournament crushed Alif Marble of san Francisco no i in american ranking. 6-4, 6-4, and mrs Moody seven times a Winner Here outlasted or h me Krahwinkel Sperling of Denmark. 12-in. G.4 last meeting the last time the two California rivals met was in Tho Wimbledon final of 1935 when mrs Moody won in Ore of the most dramatic matches Ever played on the historic Center court Sod. Miss Jacobs with a 53 Iead in the deciding set had reached match Point in the ninth game but was beaten Back and Defeated when the Summit of her ambition was in View. The victories scored by miss Jacobs and mrs. Moody gave revenge for defeats administered in the past by their opponents of today. Three clashes in 1936, miss Jacobs was upset by miss Marble in the final of the u. S. Singles at Forest Hills and mrs. Moo in was halted by mrs Sperling in the semifinals of the Queen club championship on june 17. Mrs. Moody and miss Jacobs have met in the Wimbledon finals three times. In 1929 mrs. Moody then Helen wills won by 6-2, 6-2. In 1932, mrs. Moody won again 6-3, 6-1 and in their famous 1935 Battle she triumphed 6-3, 3-6, Tel Only Victory they met twice in the finals of the u. S. Championships. Mrs. Moody won in 1928, 6-2, 61. Miss Jacobs scored her Only Victory Over mrs. Moody in 1933. The scores were 8-6, 3-6. 3-0, default. A big top folds up Des Moines la up a col ice Dicke a it Lamont g. W. Steep. Or r so e. I. Matin Bedford w. G. Bender Mcgregor r. E. Have on All occasions where the Quot a Baris for negotiations. I a a had instructed a committee to negotiate with the firm. I facts warranted discharged employees for coercive or other improper activities and i Ani quite prepared to do it again wherever any a a evidence is test your knowledge can you answer seven of these test questions turn to Page four for the answers. 1. Name the inventor of the first practical reaping machine. 2. What is a Heifer Ebany Day a in a it a it ear 4. A hat Are Gamma rays 5. With which league Hare Hull club does Charles Budd myer play 6. To which Bird family Doe the Macaw belong i .7 8 a machine gun 8. W hat is the life of cat ? think we Are close to reaching an the company has offered to resume operations for 60 Days under a Dot percent wage reduction while �4 a a a of Quot tur tut Jud f84.064.5j Anet that period thy Plant would be opt rated for 30 Days More while negotiations would be conducted. If negotiations failed at the end of that time. The company agreed to submit the dispute to arbitration. Apr oxen it in i 20ft of the 1.40ft employees of the company rejected the company s offer last night by unanimously adopting a counter proposal. They offered to evacuate Tau sit Downers from the Plant and return to work on condition that i Iona be i it Bullird i in Iii Iii lately that no reductions be put Nti Fleet pending settlement of the dispute and that the controversy be arbitrated if other negotiations fail. Average Normal fiscal period. Leo j. Wegman state treasurer report d today. Gasoline axes this year totalled $15,286 791 is including Juno collections of $1 494 Nib 42. The <5 to i Tai was an increase of $862,853.69 Over the 193637 total. Collection in june 1937, totalled $1.484.717 49 an in mar 1938, $1,265,027.80. Refunds of $329 165,25 Ere granted on june 1938, collections. Inheritance tax collections for the current fiscal year totalled ,-153,267.6>. An increase of $188,-230.83 Over the previous period Wegman said. Was collected compared with $81,625 75 in june 1937. Collections during the Iii St half of lg8 totalled $532, 139.68, compared with $517 no Quot 46 during a similar period last year. Collections to in Beer taxes and permit fees for the fiscal year ending today totalled i1.2ua92, a decrease of $41,493, unde the preceding year. Collect Loiis from the same source this month totally $9?,030 As rom a red with $lftf.6u7 in june 1937. Wegman attributed the decrease to general business Tun Dillons. Dot a inn of state gasoline and inheritance tax a during the 193738. Fiscal year which closed today i to a Kula b j. Namer bowed increases Over the previous Knoxville. P. D Adams Malvern h. A san Man Sigourney r. W. Mellen Clarinda c. R. Powell Chariton i a James Moorhead Lori More Hargrove Marion j. D. Cell Man. Leon j. E Stacy red Oak w. A Piper Whiting r. A. Scott Sioux City c. M Workman. Shenandoah. And g. A Walker Fairfield. Others on he program Are or Charles e Foley president of Iowa state College e s. Baird of Iowa state engineering Extension service. Or. R. W Tallman state director nya and spa adult education. Des Moines and prof a a. Morse University of Nebraska Lincoln. -4�?-.�? delay conference 9 Nam to Chicago or a representatives to99 the a Tunn?1 completed in of the brotherhood of Railroad j. A pierces the Continental it trainmen and july 18 scholarship to Manly student Roy m Hottman of Manly a student in animal husbandry at Iowa state College today was gel noted As the recipient of tilt new $200 Sophomore scholarship of the hears Robem k foundation Holt Man who was graduated from Thornton High school in 1934 entered Iowa St a co leg in he fail of 1937 and ranked among the Pio is of the w. A. Shearer pm uhf Vlha Quot us ural co. Wen paid a the percent Bonita j a in a year u inf a past late yesterday on the eve of the. ,.a Winner of the scholarship Kottman along with the winners from 16 other agricultural colleges will be Given a trip it Chicago in pays Bonus fort Madison la u u pm annual vacation period. A a a whence of morality Shell Madrid Madrid to for the aids defeat stalls on Point of privileges by United press print Quot minister Neville Chamberlain faced by a revolt in the House of commons Over the summoning of one of its members before a military tribunal Tempo ised today and staved off what might have meant the downfall of the government. Chamberlain announced that the committee on privileges had decided unanimously that a tire a h of parliamentary privilege had been committed in the summoning of Duncan Sandy conservative it Ember before a military tribunal. A Clys was accused of revealing military secrets in a question asked of the government rom a floor of the Quot House thu crisis a caused by the clash Between parliament and the War office headed b Leslie Hore Belinba Over How Sandy obtained the information about deficiencies in the air Force defences which he revealed in Tri question. The question was temporarily at a standstill when Chamberlain announced that an inquiry would be made by a parliamentary select committee the committee will delve first Iron Sandys complaint that he had be Quot a questioned by sir Donald somervell attorney general about the sources of i information Ani secondly int a the quest in of the applicability of the official secrets hint to Menthe of parliament. In the foreign Field. The prospects of a treaty of Friendship with Italy which had been menaced by the bombing of British ships was brightened by intimations that Gen. Francisco Franco prompted but not a a ordered by Talv bad decided to Stop the b tubing. The european situation was further East with the receipt by franc of a note clarifying Poland s position on Czechoslovakia. Details were not announced but it w a uiid11 stood France was Satis fled by Poland s Assurance that she would not interfere with British and French efforts to keep peace in Central Europe especially regarding an encroachment on Czechoslovakia Poland a neighbor. Great Britain intention of building battleship of More than 35,000 tons was made an official far foia Quot Hen the government i Sud the familiar greeting to the circus a there come the elephants is changed to a there go the elephants and there is no Joy in kid Ville. For the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey circus folded in mid season a Scranton pa., alter insurmountable financial and labor troubles. At top Are pictured the elephants being led away at night to entrain for Winter quarters at Sarasota Fla. Below can Asman prepare to pack the a wbk top Quot rain soaked it delayed the move southward by 2 4 hours due to the danger of spontaneous combustion in the Damp Canvas. Reduces wheat estimate under billion bushels Chicago it a mrs f h Miller of Shields a company today forecast a Domestic wheat crop of 929 00ft. bushels a drop of 150.000.000 bushels from the average private estimate a month ago. Or. Miller one of the nations Foremost private crop experts said so Quot had reduced her previous estimate because of damage from Quot arty Spring frosts which just now is appearing Black rust and excessive rain in the Winter wheat Bell a Harvest time and danger of drought in the Northern Spring whee areas. He Quot estimate today was 117,000,-000 bushels below her own est Ilia of last Mouth. So Quot estimated total Winter wheat yield at #87.194.000 bushels a outpaced to 76s, too a month ago and Spring wheat at. 243,000,- bushels As compared to 27$, 000.000. Pennsylvania s 44-hour week Law struck Down it la us Quot of the 1936 London treaty. Toe naval t Eaty limits the warships of signatory nations to sped a h in a Delp h a the Fie tonnage limits. On the basis of state supreme court ruled today i reports that Japan a building that the Pennsylvania 44-hour i Gigantic battleships. Britain Aud work week Law was Unco restitution j France to retd that they had to a i j evoke the Moscula to clause of the i he decision voided the major treaty this clause put emits the labor legislation of the 1937 state signatories to exceed tonnage Lim Legen iture and the a Corner Stone As in such Circum Stant statute of gov. George h. Earless j Lipan refused to subscribe to a Little new deals administration in j the 1936 treaty because the United a seek end of activity at Coe College state liquor store setup also is attacked action to eliminate compulsory military training at Iowa colleges and particularly at Coe College a presbyterian school was taken i thursday noon by ministers and laymen gathered in the memorial Union for the closing sessions of the presbyterian Synod of Iowa. To a Stormy session lasting nears in an hour past the convocation address ministers and others presented both sides of the College military training question after1 which the group voted in favor of removing compulsory military training from Coe College and aug. Gesting its removal from other Iowa colleges insidious the Resolution calling for this action and also Strong action against the state liquor store setup gambling motion pictures marriage Laws overcrowding of acute institutions was presented by Rev f4ward a Stimson of Sioux City chairman of the synods committee on social education and action in concluding his arguments urging adoption of the Resolution Rev Stimson said that a military train Teg is the insidious Arm of the gov Emna Entz a War department set up expressly tor the purpose of scattering its War training others favouring the Resolution including students at Coe. Based their a gum Enta on the grounds that the a training Given in military Quot Ilia. A in two or More yearn could be equated in two or three weeks of actual training for War should Uca a need ministers and others opposing the action argued that the train a i a positive method to Dis courage War that preparedness will do much to do away with the needless Slaughter of untrained Mea such As occurred in the world War. R a included in the committee s Resolution was the statement that Quot a presbyterian College known and advertised As such. Whatever its Legal statue toward the Church is a part of the Church and a part of the churches witness of its gospel the world Wafie state universities May have to teach military training that the state May fulfil its coercive function at Christian colleges should a it these with Tho Church and without Compromise to Christa coming kingdom of love. Military training in a Christian College is not such a witness. It compromises the institution of the Christian Church with the world of Aln and is an offence to Christian equally Strong was the Synod a actin opposing Tho present setup of state liquor stores in which tag Synod went on record As favouring a he establishment of local Epi log a allow lag those communities which want no liquor the privilege of be lag forced on communities a a Quot a a liquor store have Beek Guy fore i upon communities in oppor Duff Coop Quot s a i on Nee men i a j sit Ion to t in wishes of the majority torn i notification of invocation of their citizens in the larger Civ by the i no ted states great by it a. U is widely Kaom that the pro. Ain a a f ran of i escalator j vision of the Law against privates naval resale of state store liquor is winked at and not enforced that Many class b Beer Perm t holders retail liquor to their patrons and have Federal licenses to do she same and Are not molested by state re s so Long As they Purchase continued on rage eight three Powers 45,000-1 on limit for capital ships London up a the United Kun adm France and the in ted states signed a protocol today in us Sii Tuting 45,000 tons for 35,000 tot.? As the extreme limit of the be of capital skips Alfred Duff Cooper first Lod of the admiralty informed the House of commons. The maximum size of guns on ships will remain at 16 inches. Duff copes announced Germany has signed a similar agreement and the adhesion of soviet Russia is expected shortly. He said Britain had notified the other Power that she does not intend to exceed 4�?T ,000 tons As Long us. No other european Power does so. Two British battleships on the 193$ program he said will be of 5&Quot 000 tons my meant 16-Inch Penns in a nig. Under the act no n Pennsylvania Industry work More than 4 4 hours a week five and one half cig t hour Days except on specific exemptions f granted but the state St it rotary of Tabor and Industry. Would a i state and to real brim employ d i to recognize her claim to Equality j could in total naval strength. Aunt Lindy says Divide West of a 142 class i railroads to. What is the Quot ii a me a for the not pow la of toll �?o3 i t 7 prepaid a statement to commons j percent wage Cut Rieth Rente of to 1 Indianola woman to become state Library official / Des my nos la. Up Mist Blanche Smith in Llano la la., now associated with the University of ?.a Library school will succeed miss Julia Robinson Des full time paid president of the new i Moines As executive Secretary of York Stock Exchange i the Iowa Library commission sept. I selection n a. Announced by i it was announced today first paid head of Stock Exchange new York up it a William Machesney Martin jr., 31-year-old St Louisan Tod a became the first it i a a i i f 4 ii it i All us o today would have j t to do to get our feet on the it % ground would be to go Bare it of. Foot like we used to when the Board of governors which met miso Robinson Baa resigned n a j ext a a n aes n after irs a Ervin in her present po.-. Maj our Winter shoes wore out. Ltd lot 23 years. T in close of the Market today

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