Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
1 Oct 1937

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1 Oct 1937

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 1, 1937, Ames, Iowa Page two Mes daily Tribune Ames Tow Friday october i. 1037 local news i. And mrs. Robert Root left Ames Friday morning for new York City inhere they will sail oct. 7 for several months in Europe. In route East they arc making a Brief Stop in Chicago. They will be met in now York cd to by or. Roots father. W a. Root of Ames who has been attending a Road conference there. Or. Root and his wife who a was prior to her marriage sept. 14 fee Karns will Sal on the . New York for Hamburg Germany. They will Pend two months in Berlin and two months in Italy. The remainder of the time will be spent in the Balkan countries and various other places on the continent. They plan to be gone about a year. The misses Rowena and Valora Jean of Omaha neb., will spend the weekend in Ames with their parents or and or. Charles Akin 1317 second Street. They will attend on sunday the wedding of their Cousin Maxine Allan to Earl Irvine of Ankeny. Or. And mrs. Charles e. Gilham and family 436 Welch have moved to Edwardsville 111., where they will make their Home. Or. Gilham who just returned from an exploring expedition into the far North for the United states biological Survey had arrived at Seattle wash., when he received word of his fathers death at Edwardsville. The family has moved there w Here or. Gilham will help Hie Mother manage the family property. Or. And mrs f. D. Linders who formerly lived at 611 Douglas have moved into the Home vacated by the Charles. Gilham family at 436 Welch. Or. And mrs. James Barrie and family have returned from Harper la., where they were called by the death of mrs. Barriers father Christian Striegel sept. 24. Funeral services were held monday for or. Striegel. He had been ill for about six week. L. Miller and children will go to Council Bluffs sunday to attended funeral services to be held for mrs. C. F. Howard grandmother of the Miller children who died wednesday at her Home there. Slight improvement is reported in the condition of j. Grove who has been 111 at his Home for some time. Or. Grove is Able to sit up a part of each Day. Or. And mrs. L. L. Knowles and Small son is months old have moved to aim s from i glister City. Mrs. Knowles is a daughter of or. And mrs. W. E. Gossard. 616 Kellogg Avenue. Miss i hid red Brown and miss Dorotha Trego have gone to Chicago where they arc taking graduate work is in nursing at the Cook county Hospital. Miss Brown and miss Trego w ere on the nursing staff of the Mary Greeley Hospital for some time. Miss Pauline Cammack is a medical patient at the Mary Greeley Hospital. Earl Shultz was guest speaker wednesday evening Ai the dinner meeting of the Marshalltown Jun in vial id Vav Lor chamber of Commerce and newly organized Marshall county Rural Young Peoples club at the hotel Allcorn. Or. Shultz is a director of Rural Young Peoples activities in the state and member of the Extension service at Iowa state College. G. E. Farnum returned recently from a three weeks motor trip to the East Coart. Or. Farnum was accompanied by or and mrs. John Larsen of Spencer. The group wont first to Chicago then to Washington d. A and new York. They were guests in new York of or. Farnum a daughter Fay Farnum and visited with or. Farnum a brother Charles Farnum at Concord mass. At this time Charles Farnum celebrated his one Hundredth birthday anniversary with a family reunion. The trip Home was made via viagra Falls Greenville Michand Chicago. Or. And mrs r. B. Whitnah of Chicago have been spending several Days with or. And mrs. Paul Montgomery. Or. Whitnah who was formerly with the Campus radio company in West Ames is now with the National broadcasting company in Chicago. Mrs. C. Duvall arrived Home wednesday from two weeks visit with her daughter mrs. Walter Muench and husband at Mapleton Minn. Or. And mrs. Frank Stultz spent the weekend at their cottage at Clear Lake. Miss Maxine Allan who has been employed in Des Moines for several months is spending a few Days in Ames with her parents or. And mrs. W. L. Allan miss Allan ii to be married sunday. The condition of Ben Freede. Who is critically 111 with double pneumonia in an Ottumwa Hospital remains unchanged. Doctors expect the crisis sunday. While his condition is extremely grave he is reported to be holding his own. Its time to see such ambitious boys going into business building Yockl gardens Rock Gates and things now Here Ake the plans for you to go by i bought them from a Sov then Call Goldie he s in business too. Hell be Here to supervise this Job is. A i i m Sci u s Pat of to cops 19jt by no sol so it of inc i Tiv the White Collar i. At the hospitals a a ---1 Mary Greeley admitted a Pauline Cammack. Dismissed a Palmer land. Greenbelt Model town is opened Washington top a the $14,227,000 Greenbelt a Model town was opened Friday to a carefully chosen group of 25 families. The Vanguard of the occupants moved into their modernistic quarters As farm Security administration officials selected other families for the Model Community begun by or. Rexford Guy Tugwell. Former head of the old resettlement administration. The entire project one of four similar Federal undertakings for a Model Homes for Low income groups will House 803 families. Rents will Range from $18 to $40 monthly. Greenbelt located at nearby Berwyn md., contains a movie garages restaurants swimming Pool fishing Lake doctors office and stores to he operated on a consumer co operative basis. Press Bill under study in Alberta Edmonton Alta Ile a a Bill which would make it compulsory for newspaper publishers to reveal sources of their information and to publish All government statements on government policies and activities was before a special legislature committee Friday. Every publisher would be required on demand of the government to give the names of its editorial and reportorial writers and disclose the source of any news which the government cares to question. Failure to comply with these requests would result in a a indefinite suspension. Should the government care to write its own correction or interpretation of the news publishers would be forced to carry them on the Page selected by the government. Newspapers would not be Able to edit these statements but would be required to print them As received from government officials. They would be a a privileged and would not be subject to the libel and slander act. Film Star hails new York it ukr a Charles Boyer film Star railed Friday on the Normandie for a vacation in his native Paris. His wife Pat Patterson also a film figure accompanied him. Fry is fined $300 for Drunken driving Arthur Fry address unknown Friday pleaded guilty in the Ames municipal court to charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. Judge j. Y. Luke sentenced Fry to a sentence of $300 and Coats or three months in jail. He then ordered that upon payment Dakota priest to be at St. Peter and Paul Church Gilbert father Estergaard of big Stone City s. I an officer of St. league will be in charge of Mission services at St. Peter am Paul a Church near Gilbert. Get. 3 to to. Evening devotions will he held daily at 8 p. Rn., mass oct. To at 7 30 a. Rn., and the dates for daily mass will be announced. Questions May be submitted either in person in waiting or dropped in a Box at the Mission to be answered during the Mission per Quot Lods. Louis to quit Fresno Cal. . A Joe Louis Friday reiterated his intention to retire from boxing permanently next june after he meets Max Schmeling. Louis is accompanying his Brown bombers softball team on a California barnstorming tour. By Williams fire is going out under bar fight on Black Kansas City mo., her a the question of an investigation by the America bar association of the supreme court appointment of Justice Hugo l. Black still simmered Friday but the fire that kept it at boiling Point All week apparently was burning out. The resolutions committee Iii he rejected the proposal for an investigation Only to have the general Assembly Send it Back for further study is expected to report a modified Resolution this afternoon which will Call for Public hearings on judicial appointments but sidestep the Black Issue. Substitute this is the Resolution suggested thursday from the floor by i Lessing Rosenthal Chicago As a substitute for the Resolution of Robert Lee Tullis of Baton Rouge la. The latter a measure called for definite disapproval of the appointment of judges and justices who hold membership in oath bound organizations of ant racial and religious principles. The Black dispute May break out on the floor again but most lawyers apparently were of the View of the resolutions committee that it was a too late to do anything about the the general Assembly will meet for the last time after a luncheon at which Arthur t. Vanderbilt of Short Hills n. J., assumes the presidency. Unparalleled Vanderbilt said that the a unparalleled growth of our administrative tribunals constituted a threat to Liberty but added that the bar would attack the problems engaging its attention and a look at the Black shadows resting Over Many countries in other a in these countries Law has been replaced by despotism and Liberty without which the spirit of Man cannot survive has perforce been banished a Vanderbilt said. A courts so called Are in bondage. Law is one Many a or one cliques whim and the bar is debased or a a. Unfavourable balance Washington . A the Commerce department reported Friday that the United states had an unfavourable Trade balance of $111.-923,000 in the first eight months of this year. 4 Dlf Walias my i Black at work on radio talk continued from Page one final draft would be completed shortly b fore 8 p. In. The radio broadcasting companies have donated the half hour period from 8 30 to 9 p. In. Cost to Black to make his reply to the of $100 and costs the rest of the klan charges. All three of the a remember with Flowers coeds Flower shop delivery and bouquet arrangement phone 111 answers to test questions 1. Zachary Taylor. 2. Santa be. 3. James Leroy Quot sunny Jim Bottomley. 4. Twenty one. 5. Tennessee River. A a no. They Are appointed by the president and confirmed by the Senate. 7. About one twentieth. 8. Lincoln Nebraska. 9. Yes. To. Myrtle Reed. And done to forget to Stop at Moore Bros. Dairy special Brick Pistachio nut fresh peach sherbet Vanilla Moore Bros. Dairy # sentence would be suspended during Good Bei Savior. Fry was re Quin d to surrender Bis Driver s License for a year. Four Kiwan ians at convention m. G. Spangler president of the ame Al wants club Ray Lionel or. C. H. Covault and Don Reynolds Are attending the eight Teeth annual convention of the Nebraska Iowa District of kiwanis at Lincoln neb., this week. Spangler Donet and Covault Are delegates from the Ames club while Reynolds is serving in his capacity As lieutenant governor of the second division of the District. Tho convention will close saturday noon after which the group will attend the Minnesota Nebraska football game. R new York stocks close today american can. 9lu american locomotive. 28 american t. And t.162 Anaconda. 33% Atchison t. It i. Of. 57 Bethlehem steel. 69s c. And n. W. Com. Crysler. Corn products. Dupont. General electric. General motors. International Harvester Montgomery Ward. New York Central. Pennsylvania r. A. Sears Roe blk. Standard Oil of n. Studebaker la. S. Rubber. La. S. Steel. Westinghouse electric Standard of of id. Cities service. 91 %. 69ai .144 a. 441149%. A. 48% 21% 29%5% ,.56% 91,j 40 81 % 117% .40 2% open a High a Low close j wheat a dec. 108% 109 % 107% 107% May 108% 109% 108 108% july 102% 103% 101 % 103% Corr oot. 09% 70% 69c 70 j dec. 68 63% 62 a ii 63% s May 68v 64% 63% 64 july 64% 65% 64% 65 Oats a dec. 31% 31% 3u% 30% May 82% 32% 31% 31% Bys a dec. 89% 80 78% 79 May 79% 79% 78 % 78 a soybeans a oct 98% 97 96% at Jor networks had to change their schedules and cancel profitable commercial features to handle the speech. Speculation Nhuc said the half hour period on which Black will broadcast on both red and Blue networks would Cost a commercial advertiser $23,108. As the scheduled hour for the address neared millions throughout the nation and world speculated Over what answer Black will make to the allegations. Capital observers convinced that Blaek will give a direct answer to the charges published while he was vacationing in Europe were agreed that probably in effect he would make one of three statements 1. That he does a Long to the klan by virtue of a life membership cite record 2. That he does not belong now and never did. 3. That he does not belong now but did at one time. These observers also believed that w whichever answer Black made he also would cite his record in National affairs since election As a senator lit 1926 to refute charges that he is unfit to serve As a member of the nations court of last report. Irrespective of what is said by i toe 61-Yearold Justice ground w Hom rages one of the most bitter controversies in the country a history radio officials already had classified the address a one of the most outstanding and dramatic Ever to be broadcast. They ranked it in importance to those delivered by presid it Roosevelt and King Edward Villa abdication and drag. Mort radios they also predicted that More radios would be tuned in at the scheduled Bour than for any previous address including president Roosevelt a Early Quot fireside estimates of the probable Aud a i Nee ranged front 30,000,000 to 60,-1 too to persons. No comment new York i la associate Bu-1 p re me court Justice James Clark j Mere it nolds preserved the traditional relict Nee of his office when he returned Friday from a vacation abroad on the liner Mauhart a Tan. He declined to discuss the appointment of Justice Hugo l. Black said he did not want to be quoted on any matter but that he thought the English people seem so prosperous and Happy cubs White sox will play series Chicago . A the Chicago clubs and White sox again will meet in their annual City series cub owner Philip Wrigley a office announced Friday. Quot we challenged the White sox and they accepted a the announcement said. A meeting to arrange final details including a starting Date w As held at i p. In. At the office of baseball commissioner k. M. Landis. Four military prisoners break fort Sam Houston tex. , a four military prisoners disarmed a sentry Friday wounded a military guard seized a car and escaped from the fort Sam hous ton miliary reservation. Tho prisoners working on the Reserve atom Over pow cred the sentry and took his sawed off Shotgun. When guards of three Ether labor parties flied on the escaping prisoners they returned the fire wounding pvt. Edward r. Rosemark. Starrak on Parent teacher program prof. A. Starrak of the Voca tip Aal education staff at Iowa state collage will be interviewed during the regular Parent teacher broadcast from station Woi saturday at to a. In. Starrak will i cuss Quot How to secure cooperation Between teachers and patrons in the schools of w. I. Griffith director of Wor will be the interviewer. Will pursue course to its a a bitter end continued from Page one est eighth route array reportedly routed the japanese on sept. 24 and sept. 26 under the leadership of Gen. Yen Hsi Shan. Tho japanese Linea Quot crumbled a according to Chin Pang Helen former chairman of the chinese soviet government at Yan Senfu who has aligned himself with the Central government. He declared that As a result of the victories the chinese took up their original positions in the strategic Pingyi Kuan pass of the great Wall. More than 1,000 japanese were killed and an entire japanese battalion was captured in the second engagement Chin said. Chin said that general yen reported 2,000 chinese casualties but that a the proportion of dead was not Large due to the use of Mobile tactics act now to modernize any existing Home with american Radiator system get Handy taciturn a leaner Klufi for details see your heating contractor or write a a it it i i can Radi Ato r c of Pant twin i tining i yous Cut amp us 42 wait 40th a a a a Haw York n. Y. Today 8c sat. Adults 21c Capitol strange things happen when a stunt goes haywire Quot Public wedding Ilir. I t i up Jane Wyman f % a Wilham Hopper j a 4 Dick Pur Cru v a f of Burton Churchill a i i i i months later defects appear the defects in the sidewalk did not appear until after the period which the Post office was allowed to Check faults Back to the original contractor had expired. Thus it w As necessary to Call for a new contract on repairing the sidewalk. The addition of the september building figures to the first eight months brings the total to 1,197,-904.50. Items for which building permits were secured from the City managers office during september include the following g. H. Vontungeln 3304 West Street two car garage 18x19, $200. Garage r. C West 1229 Marston Avenue 14x24 garage $150. F. E. Morris 717 Burnett Avenue remodel House and 7x8 addition $500. Ash and Atkinson 505 thirteenth Street move House from South Duff Avenue to this location $2,000. Chester Siberell 121 Beech ave 4x24, nue addition to dwelling $100 George h. Catlin 428 Campus Avenue one family dwelling 30x12, $1,200. Clelian stores 234 main Street remodelling $8,649. Mrs. Lettie w. Clark 1119 Roosevelt Avenue 8x8 addition to dwelling $80. _ hens .86c Springs. 29c freshly dressed and delivered to your Home at no extra Cost phone 363 Ilert a produce j Rebekah a i i a october 2 a 9 a. In. Basement i. O. O. F. Hall rummage Sale saturday read the wants building moving to Public Fields Fernt Linued from Page one j. C. Penney store at 326 main Street announced Friday that new merchandise display equipment has been placed in the Penney store Here. At present the modernistic displays Are located inside the store and Call attention to each department later the name style of equipment will be added to the window displays. New sidewalk work will begin in a few Days in the relaying of the Side Alk at the new Ames Post office. The contract awarded recently to c. W. Akin of Ames for $990, Calls for the relaying of a1 it sidewalk in front of the building and replacing defective places in the sidewalk on the North Side. The sidewalk was Laid two years ago by the Bracker construction company of Minneapolis winn., but proved defective about six j14.95 Premie �?o102�?o electric vacuum cleaner the a girl in a million has found the boy in a million they re swell a no added a affairs of Pierre comedy a Queens of Harmony band act news of the Day with Arthur Treacher Joan Davis Leah Ray Alan Hale Comino to the Bette dams a that certain a new Ames sun.-. Henry Fonda in woman theatre phone a collegian <48, Capitol 4kl, new Ames 18.17 the wonder and Beauty of the collegian will bring you undreamed of Delight go today nows and of magnificent with the courage of Strong men and the glory of great love mat. 26c also Porky pig cartoon swing time band act Paramount news with Francks Dek Henri Wilcoxen Glymph Bradna theatre phones collegian <48 Capitol 416 Vames 18,77 coming to the collegian Sun . Smink took muh cd in in in

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