Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
23 May 1938

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23 May 1938

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - May 23, 1938, Ames, Iowa Pade two Akes daily trib Uke Ames Iowa local news a Lieut. Com. And mrs. V. Powers of Coronado. Cal., arrived Friday for a visit with or. Powers i Harry Williams and two children a a in a and Anne of Des Moines. Miss Marjorie Lee of Newton is a guest in the Home of her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs it j Ryan or. And mrs. R. Crowley and daughter. Ray and or. And mrs. Ill Yeoman attended the open House exhibit of the Stater school Friday evening. Hay modelled a out our Way monday May 73. 1938 parents. Or. And mrs. J. L. Powers to 1 a a a ii Cousin Dorothy Nelson of Slater. And with his two Brothers c. 0. And John jr., and their families. The couple is in route West after an extended trip East thru the Southern states. Or. And mrs. Howard k. Farr Marjorie and Donald of Marshalltown were guests sunday in the heme of or. And mrs. H. J. Osborn. Mrs. Farr and mrs. Osborn Are Sisters. Chenette has proof for his fishing yarn o Date Chenette Ames municipal or. And mrs. Bam Whitehouse and sons. Roger and Thomas left monday for their Home in new Haven conn., after a two weeks visit in the Home of mrs. Whitehouse parents Dean Ai d mrs. T. R. Egg. Mr.-. Whitehouse was the former Muriel agg. Or. John Ficklin of Salem ore., the former Alice agg is spending three weeks Here with her parents. Or. And mrs. E. In Debner Aud mrs. A. Brouhard of Evanston 111., arrived in Ames sunday to attend the graduation of their Niece Lou Marie Nelson at Sluter. Band director returned Friday from Florida with a fish Story and with proof. Chenette who was at West Palm Beach As one of the judges of the regional High school band and orchestra contest went de p sea fishing last saturday and caught two Large fish. His prize catch was a 45-Pound Sailfish 6 feet 9 % inches Long filch was landed after in hour s Battle while to c second Best catch of the Day was a 13-Pcund Bonito which was 2 feet 8 inches Long. Proof of the catch was evident or. And mrs. B. Groves of in two certificates giving details Humboldt Are parents of a Daugh ter born sunday at a fort Dodge Hospital. I. Groves is the termer Vava Canady a ugh Lei of or. And mrs. L. J. Canady of Ames. Of the catch and signed by the Captain of the boat from which Cue be tie fished this was Chen Ette s first try at deep sea fishing. I to described the catching of the mrs. Canady has been spending a arge Saj fish As the thrill of few Days in the Groves Home. A j of and mrs. Leonard Jacobson and daughter Deloris Ann and or. And mrs. N. H. Jacobson went to Lamoni sunday where enjoyed a picnic dinner and visit with or. And mrs. De Jacobson and family of Kansas City to. Or. And mrs. A. It. Laser Ami daughter Gloria jell saturday for Lexington ky., where or. Lauri will attend the Driver training school for supervisors at the i in Hersity of Kentucky. Representatives from 42 schools will be in attendance for a week of training. These representatives will con duct Driver training courses in their respective schools during the summer. Mrs. Wills Grant Hart Tutti had As her dinner guests sunday or. And mrs. E. J Williams iou Burnett Avenue and or and mrs. Chenette went by air from Chicago to West Palm Beach and will m Cive a certificate from the air line company certifying that a Madi the successful catches after flying to Florida. Mrs. Maggie Bratke of Maxwell is dead political announcements for county attorney Chaster o. Haugen of Story City la a candidate fur the Republican nomination for county attorney of Story county subject to the action of the voters at the primaries june to. 1938. Maxwell f. Smith of Arnee la a candidate for the office or county attorney in Story county subject to the Republican primaries june 6. 1936. Manu Al la funeral services a re held her. At 2 p. In. Monday at the presbyterian Church for or. Maggie Bratke who died saturday at the Homo of her daughter mrs. Ernest Niffenegger in Des Moines. The Rev. H. Robinson of Des Moines was in charge. Burial was in the Evergreen cemetery at Collins. A native of Germany. Mrs. Bratke came to America when she j was five years old and had lived in the Sou of pm part of Story county for the past 25 years. Surviving her Are two in s. Fred link of Farrar and Vera link of de Moines and three daughters mrs. E. E. Jones o Collins mrs. John Wallin of Jescou dido cal., and mrs. Niffenegger. Subject to the will of the voter of Story county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican Nomona lion for county attorney at the primary election of june 6, 1938. Frank ii. Loun Berry i Nevada. Iowa business recovery predicted for u. S. By Williams grandson of Ames people to be buried Noor tend a Herc was 9 Ltd be of of the University system consid i or construction which May prove i a red it essential to play intercom a Hazard when the weight of a Legate football it still was not funeral services for Herbert Montgomery seven year old Montour boy grandson of or and mrs j. M. Noble 1017 Clark Avenue Ames who was drowned Friday. Will be held monday afternoon at 2 o clock from the congregational Church in Montour. The child first fatality in the new municipal swimming Pool at Riverside Park in Marshalltown was drowned when he fell into five feet of water in the Pool while chasing a Ball in a game he was playing at a school picnic at the Park. Herbert was Horn in a Hospital n Marshalltown Jan. 29. 1931, Only son of w. E. And Mabel Noble Montgomery. He is survived by his Mother a sister Elizabeth 14, and his grandmother mrs. Laura a Montgomery of Montour and the grandparents in Ames. Quot. Home is added. Commenting in general on conditions in the City this year i would report that the City seems the cleanest in years. Partly be a essential to have paying spectators at the games. The government stressed numerous decisions of the supreme court in the past holding that the my Memnon trip was made 0 Federal tax was a later More this year. Allowing Folk j the Levy and then bring a Sauk for me to Complete Spring recovery cleaning and partly because of the the decision was rendered by favourable weather for growing the Judice Owen j. Roberts the City presents itself to outsiders As ro11i7 split 6 to 2 on the question Shanghai a it was reported today that great Britain is preparing to take Strong measures to reopen the Yang tse River to foreign merchant men unless Japan capitulates to american British and French demands for opening of closed areas. A Beautiful City of Fine streets and Homes of which All residents Wight be proud. Supreme court rules on football f continued from Page one taxation of the states and vice versa was designed to insure the continued existence of the two forms of government and that the fax on employees salary did not threaten Fiat existence. Justices Pierce Butler and James c. Mcreynold dissenting and Justice Benjamin a Cardozo not participating. See a representative e. Lookingbill Nevada is candidate for the Republican nomination for acute representative from 8tory county at tile june primaries. Of county sheriff Geneva it a an Early business recovery in the United states in predicted in the annual report of Harold b Butler director of the International labor office of the league of nation. He warned however that War was a invading the social Field Quot and a threatening to blot out the Light from the whole a with War blazing in the far f Courter photo j a Puhl a Quot a a in , y do. In Quot Quot a Quot a Quot v Quot in on Quot la on Oppold Candida for potential in farm i7n&Quot a Quot quoth Quot Quot a re or Quot or. Who withdraw a a la. % Quot it a re a a Ltd a a we. Friday in a Quot Fra on inc in Hulbert of Ltd. If Greeley thirty republicans guests of or. And mrs. Congressional District exchanged ideas and views with Wilson and Hulbert. Subject to the will of the Volar at arid in Spain. A he said with of Story county i wish to announce Europe once More an armed my candidacy for the Republican limn in to i domination for county Sherif at the i Ai we a a a primary auction of june t1938. Messing the Public mind very c. V. Mcgriff where All thoughts and plans of Nevada Iowa social Progress May Well seem More appropriate to some other restriction on pea will be modified for county auditor subject to the will of the voter of Story county i wish to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination of county auditor at the primary election of june 6, 193 8 Byron Dickey Nevada Iowa. Washington up Senate majority Leader Albin w. Barkey. D., ky., announced today that he Wilt offer an amendment to the 13.247,025,000 recovery Hill modifying restrictions on Public the rapidity of the recession in v it a its administration Grants and Loans for pow the United states Butler asserted a makes an Early resumption the More for county recorder official publication subject to the will of the voter Story county i with to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for county Pecollier at the primary elation of june l 193s Sina Kloster Nevada Iowa. For clerk of the District court subject to the will of the voter of i fury county i wish to announce try candidacy for tis Republican nomination for clerk of the District court at the primary election or Jan a 1938. Lake Davisson Nevada. Iowa. Notice to bidders sealed proposal will be received by the City Council of the City of ame at the office of the City clerk until five of clock porn. Of the 6th Day if june 1938, for the construction of approximately 43, or plants. Barkley made the announcement on his return from a congressional leaders confere Nee with president Roosevelt. As reported to the Senate for immediate debate the Bill prohibits use of pea Money to help municipalities build Power plants in Competition with private utilities. Barkley said he planned an amendment to this provision specifying hat an exception be made if a City Bas made a a fair 13 disease cases reported in City ten cases of measles Scarlet fever and one of mumps were reported in Ames during the week it was announced saturday by or. B. Atchley City health officer. The state department of health reposed the following number of contagious diseases for the week ending May 14 chickenpox 57. Dip Iberia two influenza three Measle 318, mumps 21, poliomyelitis one Scarlet fever 91, smallpox 20. Typhoid fiver two whooping sough 28, German measles two pneumonia eight septic Throat two trachoma two tub to Culosi 21. Gonorrhoea 29, syphilis 67. Says dirt is hard to find continued from Page one Street were a couple a Back Yards growing up in weeds which seems like a sad waste of costly space a mess of old lumber and tin was found in Tho Corner of a used car lot near the High school. Construction after watching the construction work on the new High school which in the past few Days has in eluded a lot of pumping of rain water out of the basement i proceeded North Between Clark and Wilson to find but a few piles of ashes and junk. One of the nicest j Back Yards in this area was at eleventh and Clark on the East Side where benches and a Large umbrella added color to a Fine Back Yard. Dandelions seemed to be plentiful particularly in empty lots in the Vicinity of eleventh and twelfth Between grand and Wilson avenues while one of the nicest places along grand was found just North of the Alloy running East and West Between ninth and tenth streets. Dead end in the dead end of an Alley running East from grand Between ninth and eighth streets i found a litter of old tin cans and refuse while Between seventh and eighth were a number of Fine places. Between sixth and seventh wag found a Back Yard with a Stone fireplace in the rear Corner of a Fine Yard a place which must provide Many hours of enjoyment to the owne. West of grand Avenue both below ninth Street and in the Baird a addition to the North. I found conditions to be remarkably clean. A number of new Homes Are being of College football is commercial Washington Ike a the supreme court ruled today that from a Legal standpoint intercollegiate football even As practice by state universities is a commercial activity. The tribunal held that Georgia tech and the University of Georgia must pay the usual to percent Federal amusement tax on admission fees to their athletic contests and set aside a fifth circuit court of appeals injunction prohibiting collection of the tax. The Rase involved efforts of the regents of the University system of Georgia to prevent collection of the to percent Levy on the grounds that intercollegiate athletics were an essential feature of higher education and therefore of state government. The governments primary Contention was that the tax is levied on the purchasers of tickets rather than on the University and hat the University acted merely As collection agent. It emphasized that the to percent Levy was in addition to the regular admission Price and that All tickets of admission specifically stated that the tax was extra. But the government also argued that even of its main Contention was rejected the tax still was valid since intercollegiate football is a a Gigantic commercial activity Quot rather than a an essential governmental it contended that even if solons showing today at the collegian mz7o to v,i8 plus Robt. Bench Ley in a music made simple nor elite amp news tues. Mat a Conly tame a new Ames ends today a bringing up baby with Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn rom Mem j hits my name omitted the name of Florence Genevieve constructed in the Ortli part Richardson was inadvertently j th8 Section two of omitted from the list of 160 sen Hazard ions in the graduating Cia s of on North Ridgewood in addition Ames High school published in the to the several piles of Stone and Tribune saturday. Brick i found one basement which a is being constructed of these old Luers in Chile i Brick. Altho Ames Lins no building Santiago Chile a Iid a five i code to regulate Home construction polish fliers in route from ail morals to Poland left Here today. ,. A for by nos aire.-. I watch ror the Quizzer swing High swing Low plus fur Saile n various streets and avenues in the City of Antes All materials and workmanship to be in accordant with the too Square Yards of bituminous. Surfacing and 40,000 Square Yard in for an exist jul Power Plant of bituminous Seal coat on various us keen refused he said he inti has not yet drafted the amendment. Approved saturday by the Senate appropriations committee the for county supervisor 1039 term subject to the will of the voter of Bounty we to announce my i the a Huu Shan be a Comuni candidacy for the Republican Nomina in a a i finn for county supervisor term half envelope by a cer finning in january 1939 at the a i tits it Check in the #11111 of five a nary election june 6, in j. C. Ersland Elater. Iowa hip i if in at ions on die in the office Ipp a restriction was protested of the try clerk. Strongly by in. George Vav nor All bids shit ii be submitted on j is neb., Foremost Senate and the proposal form furnished by jv0rat a Public Power legislation Ity Aud shall be accompanied Ami Ori Quai sponsor of the l Enin u Rural. A. I a a a a a a a a Valley authority. Rupture shield expert Here h. M. Shevnan widely known expert of Chicago will personally be at the tall Corn Hofei mar Halltown wednesday Only May 15, from 9 a. In. To 6 p. M. Or. Shevnan Bay the noetic shield is a tremendous improvement Over All former methods of face Tang immediate results it will aet Only hold the rupture perfectly but increase the circulation strengthen the weakened parts thereby closes the opening in ten i Days on the average ease. Regardless of heavy lifting straining Ai any position the body May a ume no matter the size or location a nationally known scientific method. No under strap or cumbersome arrangements Aud absolutely no medicines or medical treatments. Or. Shevnan will be glad to Deni Oner rate without charge. Add 6441 n. Richmond bt., Chicago. For 16 year assistant to f h 8�elev. Famous rupture expert in Chicago. Norris Wras joined in his oppo Ilion by sen. Burton k. Wheeler Mont. Both had predicted an fight on the floor to or modify the restriction Arkley a Anoum i ii Barkley a announcement Imp Dranly after conferring with president Roosevelt indict t e d w Lim pea or we wash., a Ousby Opi House pow it b. I of portion to amendment cd Wellenbach. Flit Hundred Dollar i500 made pay a a Able to the City treasurer of i intently Ames Iowa a guarantee that eliminate i he bidder will if awarded the i contract enter into contract for j the performance of the work and furnish a surety Bond acceptable i to the City Council in the estimated amount the City is Obliga fed a pay upon completion of the cont rat r. Should the bidder if awarded the contract fail to enter into contract Aud furnish Bond i within ten Day after the award is made the certified Check shall by i a a forfeited As liquidated payment for Ald work a b. Y made in warrants drawn on the in is a j t he r general fund of to no 1 j Funk Carol Lee Drake mrs Vav j within thirty Floyd Jones Dies in Tela Honduras Gilbert Floyd Jones about 33, son of or and or. A. Jones of Gilbert died at Tela Hon monday morning according 10 ii wire received Here. Jones who had resided in honduran for about six years was reported to have buffered a Haemorrhage late sunday night and died Early monday morning. The body will be shipped to Gilbert for funeral services and burial. Close today new York stocks d. I a do he via re new Vork in a follow inc e closing teds on the new York Ock Exchange Herb an can. $54 Merican locomotive. 15\ Merican t and t 129\254 on t. A of. 25 \ la in Stee. I a he at the h hospitals product�?�1 Iran on the City of ame lays a it or nettle completed work Council. Open eur and comb tug of the Council p. In. On the above j Centam e i by the c i bids will b Dei cd Ai a to at cig tit of clot Date. The City reserves the right to waive defects and to reject any or All bids f. Paine mayor. J Vav. Pm a ther it Ity cd in re Buck and baby. Or t. T. Lewis and baby mat Gard Walton mrs. Cassie Logsdon t. T., Robert Griffith Albert Kell it mrs Tieh Mcfarland jr., e. Marin or. Ruth Schultz. Mrs. Willard Oil j Reath and baby Flo a Nee Garrett mrs. Velma Wagner. Mrs Mary Jane Baughman or c c. Romi. Emma Glascock mrs Harold Kaesser and baby Gene Gene Kami collage list of patient son Benet to Martin William a f of Ander in o a i Lima i i ii a a a Vul Gornery Vav Ard it 11 York of i t a Al. 12 it icy. Be in i r Sylvan in a a Roebuc r. Ii ,. N lard Oil s. J. 4k-s, 11 s Rubbe 26 5m i to s steel. # Wal Bighorn e Tome 76 Cit Ai service Al j by or. Oil e Odell. Alvin von Der i mrs sift a Bosworth i Apt. The in an Wood j in or it a Ley John Arn of d. Head. / to Good reasons Wolf you should buy your fur coat a i. We bought skins and material at Che Marker Low. J. Vav c manufactured before labor costs increased. 4. It e used the finest Quality skins and materials. 4. Ail furs and materials Are steadily rising. 5. Liberal Trade in allowance on your old fur coat. B. A $10 Deposit Bolds your selection until you want it. 7. I Coats Are new 1938-39 fashions. 8. Buying direct from maker saves you $ $ $. 9. I very fur coat is guaranteed by the great Northern fue co. To. Add these ten reasons. The total is a tremendous saving. I in in Saul up j/i&m40 to 60% s $100 values $165 values $200 values now 65 now 95 noi$135 $250 values. Emu it $154 $325 values. Neu $225 $475 values ,. Now $325 t f Ade your old fur coat ,. Liberal allowance one Day Only wednesday May 25th a1 a e in the Brown shop soft Gaff Juis co. W

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