Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
19 Oct 1935

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19 Oct 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 19, 1935, Ames, Iowa Fage Foos Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa saturday october 19, 1935. Buy better in Ames Ames daily Tribune times Fuji i shed daily except sunday by Tho Ames daily tb1buni--times co. Sii fifth Street Ames. Iowa w. 8. Rupe publisher Robert Murray managing editor Hollis j. Nordyke. Business manager _ entered As second coast matter at the Post office at Ames Iowa under the act of july 16, 1914. Official paper of Story comity end the City of Awe subscription rates City Carrier weekly. City Carrier one month City Carrier three month City Carrier six months City Carrier one Yeai Story adjoining counties six months. Story adjoining counties one year. Iowa outside above counties six months Iowa outside above counties one year outside of Iowa one year i .15 .65 1.75 3.25 6.00 2.00 Iso 2.26 4.00 6.00 All subscription must be paid in Advance service will be discontinued at Date of expiration unless renewed. Nation advertising representatives de Vine Tenney corporation new Yolk Chicago i gets Molnes Atlanta de troit and Pittsburgh. Sustaining member a Dional tags editorial in we a a a Ujj Somm. A vital economic question at tl3r� present time Farmers of 8tory county and 1 Farmer raising Corn and hogs Are thinking about Tho problem of continuing Corn and hog production control along somewhat the same lines As conducted the past two years. On october 26 Farmers will vote yes or no on the proposed continuance of porn hog control. There Are Many factors in this problem entirely outside the political Angle. There is no question that Farmers have benefited thru Corn hog control a but the purposes of the control and the economic benefits Are not and never should be a political football. Economists Tell us that Corn and hog raisers Are on the verge of another production Cycle. With feed supplies High and livestock numbers Low Normal production tendencies would be to raise More hogs and other Stock to consume the surplus feed rather than to raise More feed. Past economic history shows that such situations have occurred about to limes in the past so years each time resulting in Low prices. At the present time with no other program in View the continuance of Corn hog control. In some form appears to be the Best method of preventing a disastrous drop in farm product prices. A drop in farm prices would mean the reduction of farm purchasing Power and the return of a Depres Aion. We do not hold that the aaa has been entirely successful. In some cases particularly the destruction of thousands of surplus pigs grave errors have been made. But to allow uncontrolled production for the next two years would bring about mass production of Corn and hogs with prices going Back to to cent Corn and $3 hogs. There is Little likelihood at this time that any great new Market would be opened to uncontrolled production or that new uses of Corn products will open up new markets for this style product. We believe that administrators of the copy hog pro Gram should take All precautions to avoid past mistakes. Likewise we believe that the program should be arranged so that Farmers May feel free to join or withdraw. We Hope that whatever the results of the referendum May be Farmers will take cooperative Steps towards preventing any downfall in prices which would Send us All Back to the Black Days of depression. With their ballots the Farmers of this and other communities hold in their hands the economic future of the entire country. With Italy has Given jobs to thousands of citizens especially in the new York area thru which 90 percent of our exports to Italy flow. After asserting that the neutrality proclamation a virtually Abandons americans traditional insistence on Neutral trading rights and Freedom of the seas a it adds a your exports to Italy have exceeded those of other nations and Are now at stake unnecessarily ,. ,. Italy offers us a Market for our surplus and she buys More than she Sells us on All this is probably quite True and it just goes to remind us that peace like every other Blessing attainable by Man has its Price. For the one thing that ought to be Clear in any discussion of neutrality legislation is this we can keep our skirts Clear and avoid the danger of being drawn into a foreign War or we can make Hay while the Sun shines and Cash in on War orders but we cannot possibly do both. Living up to the arms embargo will be costly make no mistakes about that. It will prevent us from Selling Many a Bill of goods if the present War spreads and involves such nations As England and France our loss will be even greater. Nations at War need to buy Many things and they Are things which we Are peculiarly Well equipped to sell them. But self denial of that kind is the Price of peace. If we Are determined not to get drawn into another european Var our one Hope is to forget about the profits. The lesson of 1917 is unmistakable. When you set yourself up As warehouse and granary for a warring nation you Are simply leading with your Chin sooner or later you find your own fortunes inextricably tied up with the fortunes of the army of your chief customer. The anguish of these new York exporters is natural and understandable. Our embargo even though it is incomplete is costing them Money. What we need to keep in mind is that any sound neutrality program is hound to be expensive. But you might remember that the profits we would have lost if we had refused to sell goods to England and France during the world War would never have amounted to a tenth of the Money we actually did lose by going to War on their Side. A Dino it it Del news continued from Page three school notes from Maxwell r a a a a. Newspaper comment Iowa a 1935 Corn crop Newton news in the main Iowa is not Iowa if it does no to have a Corn crop and then a hog crop. Its Corn crop this year May not be a bumper when compared with some of the crops of bygone years but it is going to be a Good one. It is going to provide feed that was pretty Well drained by last years failure. Above and beyond that it is going to do a major share of the Job of making the Iowa Farmer feel that things Are growing Normal again. A Job for Hoover Council Bluffs nonpareil Hoover May not be the Man for the republicans to nominate for president. He should not be overlooked however when it comes to selecting a chief to superintend the stirring of the animals in the next Campaign. Snug fit Marshalltown times Republican or. Hoover s Story fits the administration bookkeeping like a Finger in a Glove when he relates the budget account of a family which cared for deficits by the initials a pm. H. have been continued from Page three the second graders have been working on a health play entitled a going to mrs. Charles Rodenizer was visitor in second Grade last week the pupils caught several gras hoppers but they turned them Loose after finding they would not live in Captivity. The third Grade pupils Haze been studying about indians their habits their environment and their characteristics. The third graders will consider themselves As authors after writing stories about a pictures Quot a plays a a poems Quot or the fourth Grade presented a play Friday afternoon entitled a the dream of they invited the second third and fifth grades to see the play. For the invitations they made pictures of the Spanish Flag. This was made double and the invitation was writ ten on the inside. A Large Model ship was made for the play by Means of chairs heavy Brown paper and poles. The children made a Crown for King Ferdinand jew Els for Queen Elizabeth hatchets pipes and feathers for the indians. Fourth Grade pupils Are building a miniature store. The children Are collecting samples of groceries and Are making paper Money to be used in purchasing articles. The fourth Rade took a nature study trip monday afternoon Ani Learned to recognize four tree Oak hard Maple soft Maple and Elm. The fifth Grade read a play in class entitled a the dream of they Drew pictures of i the Santa Maria and the Landing i of Columbus for Art class last Fri j Day. The fifth Grade has some new Library books. Those absent from fifth Grade during the last week were Joleen Troup Ruth Andrewes Arlene bal lard and Harold Gardener the sixth Grade has adopted a Monitor system to insure orderly passage thru the Halls at a business meeting monday morning Gladys Ballard was elected girls the sextet organized in the 7-c homeroom includes Kenneth Smith John Shaw Virginia Wilson Lloyd Mahone Lorraine speck and Mary Jane Rice. At the close of each program Lloyd Mahone class president reads the weekly school bulletin. John Shaw and Junior Scanlan have frequently Sung when the scheduled program was completed. Sixth Grade the sixth graders report a very enjoyable Oral Reading period on the Day when a my weekly Reader Quot comes. They have been especially enjoying the letters from tora Trott which makes them feel they Are getting acquainted with Ethiopia the articles describing City slams noises and reforestation pore interesting. Thirty six of the 16 students have subscribed to Quot my weekly altho Bruce Wierson still carries ills Arm in a Sling it does not interfere with his school work. He in Jared his left Arm. Fifth Grade thirty of the 46 fifth Grade up pita missed Only five words or less in the 100-word spelling test Given tuesday. Forty four fifth graders have returned their dental cards or have had their Teeth Okeed by miss ground school nurse. Fourth Grade fourth Grade pupils had a special Reading program wednesday on Bells in other students who read. And their subjects were a Bell music Quot Elaine Nelson a Bells id China Quot Ruth Bourland a Bells in Spain and Africa Quot John Hall a Bells in Norway Quot Marcelle Deming a Bolis in oth it r lands and places Quot Earl Gibbs. A the students Sang. A slightly Only one fourth Grade student was absent during the six weeks period just ended. A <8- Cambridge clippings High school several beginners in the band Are proving themselves successes. New members ere Stella Thorvor Doris Brown John Harker Dick Seversike. Jimmie Clawson James Kingdon Louise and Richard Mccabe Wilma Enven Sarah Hill Monitor and Clifford Kenney was and Dorothy Engen. Elected boys Monitor. Other elec fifteen enthusiastic girls and tires included a committee for the 23 boy reported at a basketball we lose War profits but gain peace the plight of the simple Simon who wants to eat his cake and have it too is As nothing compared to the difficulties besetting a nation which wants to have both War profits and neutrality. President Roosevelt a neutrality stand has already brought some anguished squawks. The loudest has come from the conference on port development of the City of new York inc., an organization of ship Ping and exporting firms which has protested Vehec mently against the Trade restriction As a Hasty and this organization declares that american Trade time to stay at Home Spencer reporter when foreign nations Are at War the place for americans is at Home. The Man who travels in the War zone lend Money to fighters or Sells goods to them Bas Only himself to blame if he gets into a Jam. Liberal jail room needed Oskaloosa Herald the Wisconsin legislature has passed a Bill providing a 30-Day jail sentence for any person found guilty of Drunken driving. Presumably Wisconsin has an abundant jail capacity. Bulletin Board and a librarian. Dean Howell is seventh Grade Monitor for this week and Forest Coughnour is librarian. Meeting tuesday afternoon. Altho Cambridge has lost a number of Good players by graduation coach Heintz seems to have some Pronab Ethl oplan tragedy Mason City Globe Gazette Ethiopia is about to show the world How great a penalty attaches to being Small and weak. The two Best drawings of the i in material of i Cornin is a son. Santa Maria which wee drawn by the seventh Grade in Honor of col Umbus Day were turned in by Wilbur Barrett and Eugene Henson. The eighth Grade history class will compare the methods of warfare in 1812 with those of 1935 in their study of the War of 1812. New books added to the Libra y Aie a who Ming a Quot girl of new China Quot a the Gold laced coat Quot a the mystery House Quot a a Kari the elephant a a a the Black Spearman Quot and Quot Frog the horse that knew no Welch locals begin Bekis today Jean Dunn it a it re Arr to Donald Montague lawyer so her Namer when Bobbi Wallace. Roan a a Fem Abile Salesman Auk j in to marry him. At tie Golden Feather night lab Jean meet Sandt Al . Whoa Busine tonne Etlan in tag be. Be Alee meets Larry Glenn Federal agent. Larry i trying to locate Wing Lewis Hank robber. Sandy introduces Jean and Bobby to or. And mrs. Lewis. Bobby arranges to eel Nome Bonds for Lenin. He eel them to Jean s employer. A Fen Days later Sandy learn notice Are looking Fey him in connection with a robbery. He confide Fri to Jean and he goes with Bim to police headquarter to etnb11sh an of tel for Bim at the time of the Holdup. Now go on with the Story chapter Xiii teak Dunn sat Down on the a Bench and looked doubtfully at her employer. But of course he was Sandy s lawyer naturally Ainee Sandy wanted to Clear up this absurd misunderstanding or. Montague had come along just to make sure everything went right or. Montague beamed at her. A a it Sall pretty absurd of course a he said. A but sometimes these absurd mistakes can cause a great Deal of trouble before they Are straightened out. A there s inspector Thomas. Shall we go in Quot he got up and walked through a swinging Gate in the Waist High railing which Cut the room in half Sandy helped Jean to her feet Drew her hand through his Arm and followed behind them came the other Man who had been sitting with or. Montague when they came in. Jean stole a look at Bim he was a stubby roughly dressed person and be Hadnot taken the trouble to shave himself that morning. His face was vaguely familiar. They passed half a dozen desks where shirt sleeved men were Busy with letters and shears of paper and went into a Small office. There was a battered Roll top desk Over by a smudge window and Back of it sat a tall lantern Jawed Man in a Gray suit he nodded to or Montague As they came in and gee lured toward chairs. Quot Well or. Montague what s this All about Quot he asked in a Friendly tone. Or. Montague eat Down Laid his Gray Felt hat on his Knees and assumed an air of Complete Frank Ness. A just a Little misunderstanding inspector Quot he said. A i want to Clear it up before it gets serious. This Young Man Here Quot a he motioned toward Sandy a a seems to Bear a facial resemblance to a Man who is being sought for that Acme Box company robbery last week. Since it just happens that he was a Good is Miles away from the place when the robbery took place i thought it would be Wise to come in and Tell you about in then he wont be bothered about it any further Quot Quot hmm a said inspector Thomas. He looked at some papers frowned and said a do you mind if i have sergeant Hagan in Here while we talk he a More familiar with the details of the Case than i am Quot a not at All a said or. Montague. J on a was i understand it took place Friday afternoon about a Quarter past three on Ontario Road a few a blocks from the Acme Plant Quot the i two policemen nodded. Montague turned to Jean with a fatherly i smile. A this is miss Jean Dunn who j works in my he said. A miss Dunn will you please Tell these gentlemen what you did afternoon Quot Jean looked at the noncommittal faces of Thomas and Hagan Felt a Little wife of nervousness swallowed hard. And then spoke a someone came to see or. Montague a Little after two that afternoon Quot she said Quot and or. Montegue told me that i could have the rest of the Day off. So i started to go Home and downstairs in the lobby i met or. Harkins. We got into his car and drove out to a place on the grand River and rented a Canoe. We paddled up the River for a while and then drifted Back. It was getting on toward dusk when we got Back to the boat House. Then we had dinner at a Little restaurant there and after that or. Harkins drove me Home. We got Home about 8 of clock i guess or a Little Quot this was last Friday a asked sergeant Hagan. She hesitated briefly then nodded. A yes Quot she said. A just to be on the Safe Side said or. Montague smoothly a a in be brought in or shepherded Bis charges out of the building. No one spoke until they had reached the Street. Than or. Stout with a Farewell Bob of his head climbed into a rickety Olivver and drove away while or. Mon Tague signalled a taxi a Well miss Dunn you be done or. Harkins a service he said a you ought to be Able to rest Well Friday tonight you be done your Good turn for then he lifted i hat and was gone. Sandy led Jean to Hie roadster wad they got in. She Duscov ered suddenly that she Felt tired and her head ached slightly and she asked Sandy to take her Home. Enjoyed by both parties Over Here Junior High practice will Start in about two weeks on the splendidly refinished gym floor. The senior class enjoyed a fall party at the Home of Morgan Simpson. Weiners buns cookies and Coffee were served around a Large Bonfire. After a few games the group was treated to a Watermelon feast or. And mrs. Morford and or. And mrs. Heintz were among the guests. Audrey Zeke is a new member of the senior class making a total of 14 members. New speech texts and new typing texts Art Tow in use in the High school. The Cambridge High baseball squad was undefeated during its i fall season. The team participated i in six games. The local team Gath of Columbus a Betty Fatland song. A in 1402,&Quot Virginia Mead and Helen Gill play a october Days Quot Betty Jean Burton Bertha Elliott Lois Woods Charles Banks Thomas Zike George Lee Palmer Harrison Jimmy Clawson Melvin Tomlinson poem and song Erma Lewis and chorus poem Dorothy Engen song a Star spangled fourth fifth grades Laura Banks was pick for two. Days Tim week. Mary Alice Dolph covering satisfactorily from a i this is an average of 2.5 runs per was it tuesday because of Clacks rib sustain a october 8. Came for opponents and some of sickness. Evelyn Dolph was out of school two Days due to illness the fifth Brad finished its in Phe inspector rang a Buzzer and when a clerk stuck Bis head in the door be said a Send in after a moment. Sergeant Hagan came in and took a sea beside the inspector. A now then a said inspector Thomas. A this Montague went the nondescript Man who had a followed them into the office looked up. Jean suddenly recognized him As the owner of the grand River boat House from whom they had rented their Canoe. Quot have you seen these people before or. Stout Quot asked or. Montague. The boat Man nodded. A last Friday about 3 o clock or a Little after they come and rented a Canoe a he said. A they went upriver in it and did no to get Back until half past Quot and do you know where the Acme Plant is a the Man nodded a How far would you say your boat House is from that Plant a a ooh a said or. Stout a by Road i guess it must be 12 or is or. Montague looked at the two officers. A is this satisfactory Quot he asked. They glanced at each other. Hagan was wearing a faint dissatisfied scowl but he said nothing. Inspector Thomas turned again to the lawyer. T Don t see How it can be any thing else a he said. Or. Montague chuckled softly. Quot then or. Harkins can go his Way in peace a he said. Hagans scowl became slightly More noticeable and he grunted hourly. Inspector Thomas was less ruffled As far As this is concerned yes a he said. There was a faint menace in his tones that made Jean uncomfortable. Or. Montague adopted a severe expression. A what do you mean by that Quot he asked. The inspector smiled. Nothing at All a he Caid getting up. Quot that was just my Way of putting it no he ass free As the Birds in the air. We Shane to be bothering Tith in she reached her apartment. She removed her Riding clothes took a Shower put on a Cool Linen dress and Lay Down on the Davenport in her Little living room. Somewhere in the Back of her head a thought was bothering her an uneasy feeling that something had been done wrong borne How. So frowned and tried to bring it out but it eluded Ber. And at last As she Lay there the dropped into an uneasy sleep from which the ringing of her Telephone awakened her. It was Bobby Wallace calling. A a Well at last in be been Able to get hold of you a he said in mock anger. A where be you been hiding yourself these last few Days a Quot i Haven to been hiding Bobby. In vet been a so its a year since i be seen you. Listen Honey i be got lots to Tell you Why not let me take you out to dinner tonight Quot she was on the verge of refusing but a sudden impulse made her change her mind and consent and so an hour later she sat opposite Bobby in a pleasant Little chop suey restaurant and saw his Boyish enthusiastic face beaming at her from across a Little table. Bobby was full of news and High spirits. To had had another talk with or. Montague who had in the Days since Bobby a first conference with him made a Brief checkup on the Bonds which Bobby was offering him and he had formally agreed to buy them so that Bobby was to get them from or. Lewie that evening and make delivery the following morning. A Jean it s going to mean 31500 Cash for me a he said exult Antly. A i can get a Little car i know of a Little demonstrator roadster i can get for $500 Cash and put about $1000 in Tho Bank. And then Jean Honey will you marry me who leaned across the table to take her hand. Jean smiled at him. A Bobby ,. Why All the Rush a has asked lightly. A Well Doggone it a be began then to dropped Hia Light bantering air and became intensely serious. Heedless of the other diners. He leaned closer toward her and said softly a Jean i worship the air you breathe. I want to marry you and care for you and live for you and spend All the rest of my life trying to make you Hie Youthful earnestness the whole souled affection that lit bit face that face she had known since earliest childhood brought a wave of tenderness into Jean breast. And she suddenly to her utter amazement found herself thinking dear Bobby id marry you in a minute a if it the conference was at an end. Or. Montague got up thanked the i weren to for Sandy officers for their Courtesy and to be continued i Junior nmn ered 33 ring Ming the season com Jim Merrick 9-m student is re pared with is for its opponent. I a a behind the scenes in Washington lie explains the injured rib is the these were unearned. During a fifth one from the Bottom on the cation the present team secured right hide. Jim la Welches Star Quad valuable experience playing with to Back and is expected 0 see Are the town team. A More promising vice against Valley Junction in a group will compose the Spring at a game to be played there saturday. Songs Terra and May meet stiffer Dorothy Giataganas 9-m student i Competition. In unwed last saturday from a four j the ninth an tenth Grade Agridas trip into Illinois. Culture class under direction of Juliet Johnson 8-m student has or. Lim to made an interesting i a tinted her studies at Welch after rag doll seed Corn test with Good bring out of school two weeks with results. Trumps. Seventh Grade programs presented in the 7-c homeroom during in it past six weeks were As follows first week time was spent in Judy Hall. Second Weka Lorraine speck read to the Claes. Third week an original program was presented Mary Lane Rice pro the ninth Grade Home economic Cia has been learning to prepare j Bot by. Ads. Salads canned Filiti and beverage during a study of breakfast and luncheon menus. Junior migh we his ii to i Hank the Board of Edina ton for the new Book canc it bought us. The sixth Grade made Hall we in posters the seventh Grade diced a play in her Magnet theater i Jack of lantern and the eighth my Virginia Wilson and Marion Grade halloween Mea in handwork los presented a play let. Class. Fourth week an Amateur pro themas 7, Bai enrolled in or it Iii. Virginia Wilson played a eighth Grade a von Cocks but. La. Mall xylophone Jimmie Odell Erma i in is leeches a Grade of gave gome imitations Virginia pal i too per rent in her arithmetic rest. Mer whistled Mary Jane Rice gave two mibs by rhymes in by r Magnet theater and Lorraine speck played Fri piano first prize went to Virginia Wilson second to Jimmie Lell and third to Lorraine sock. To Complete he program slut Airn at n ick read an article by i mrs Martin Johnson filth v Eek v Uigum program id Jug hut Miller Sung 7 c i i with Grace Swanton Pla it aug mice Mylor Katharine Baks. Or a Lew a Frank Al is gov in. Lee and let use Mccabe r. Be vet grades of too of a cent in tin or of Elvinp tests Frank fish receive cd Loo p c cent in the. Sixth . Hygiene. Regal Hatfield rec. To. To i it i per Celli in seventh yr., in try git be. Erma leads Are Eivid Loo per cent in eighth Grade Hist Raud civics. Kuna and re Verna have not misspelled a word in piano accompaniments talk on High spelling this six we us. \ initiation Lloyd Mahone orig a poem Lorraine speck sixth program piano . Lorraine speck. Grac Swanson Lloyd Manhout Virginia Palmer ail in hot a Bogie and Peel a it. V is 1 a Muf it or i Orra in ?p#,.k 0 of John Biar or c Iii High mrs. F. Weatherman and or n i lied i the Junior school Friday. The folic win Columbus Day pre Gram we a prevented Friday after a a a Mih a i of. A Bis Fie Pap Fth tat Dian project last Friday. The f. Ruth and fifth Prade did some splatter painting monday. Miss Warlock is Reading Hana Drinker to us. The fourth Grade geography class has finished its imaginary trip across the. I nit cd states Ani is going to study the Earth and re Sun for the next period j the fourth Grade arithmetic class will have its first lesson in division monday. Betty Weatherman fourth g id Pupil broke brr wrist wednesday noon White she was pitying on Tho swings with her Echo inmates the break was set Sud she is in the Road to recovery. Second third grades pilose who have been neither absent nor tardy de log this six weeks period Are we n Lei Christophers >0, Marl n Jennings Betty leu Lewis Billy Longe kor. Richard Mig Nekof r. Robert Metier Helen i title stint Billy o msgr. Billy Bui r. Reece Sev retd. John sh1.uh., flex Tomlin too. Mildred Curtis Sheldon Durst. Billy enfold. In tis Hills Darrell Jones Hamilton Kabler Cormel Mathis Beverly Nickel in. Carroll sever Mke. Margaret twit Charles mat Fox. Vav. In a Wheeler Marvin Trot we. We a \ made a Roo in pc rap Bolf containing circus picture j a j All kinds of wild animals. We have enjoyed some new books the St a re of Little Duck Quot by do rot v Sherrill and a hens Anderson s fairy tales each Bock cd Fain $ Lovely i in St re t i on a in physics education we play 1 Quot cat Pir a r Sod a tag the unit. 1. A r. ,1 Grade the a Ltd up. Fir trader it to by Rodney Dutcher Kea service Kins correspondent the late sen a Ator Huey Long who was a Strong admirer of the late Bronson cutting were still alive the next session of Congress might be an uncomfortable one for senator Dennis Chavez of new Mexico. A a matter of fact the position of senator Chavez in t any too comfortable even right now for a senator from new Mexico mum have Many Anil frequent contacts with the department of Interior and it is to his advantage that the relations be amiable. Rte inside Story is this meant cutting s Mother probably would be glad to contribute Somo thing memo was signed by typewriter with the letter which Chaves insisted was the signature of Puryear. Lekes assigned Louis go amp vis the new Deal s most celebrated investigator to the Case Davis assumed he had a Frame up on Bis Banda. Neither a contract Quot nor memo he found could have come from any typewriter in or near Puryear office. Government paper had been used. But Bureau of standards experts said it Wasny to any of the Type Chavez was the democratic sex used in Interior Republican a congressman who contested the tonal committee officials snorted election of cutting and was a at the documents As a pointed to the seat after cutting had been killed in an air plane Nephen the clavis sleuths located i r . Secretary Ickes Susae a j Phillips. By a remarkable co fluently hired Edward f. Puryear incidence it turned out that Phil cuttings Secretary As his director j ups xv3s living in the apartment of personnel. Much to the Dis occupied by Joseph Martinez seer gust of Chavez. Ary to senator Chaves and at very soon Chavez was appearing times by Dennis Chavez or. The at the White House and the demo Home of or. Phillips was in fact critic National committee with a 80rt of hangout for the Chavez charges that Puryear was secretly cj8n, Active in Republican politic he j Hlll pm taken he Aid demanded Puryear s dismissal. Hot know it it Urvi or and had that put lie valiant Lekes who never 8pen j1jnij Joe had had a like Puryear and his ability More c0�?zp8 0 Telephone Calls from a than Ever on the spot. Man who said he was Puryear lie i had found la a contract Quot in hit Chavez submitted a evidence a Man%0x and had 8bowg a a try purported contract in fcb the Martinez who urged him to show Republican National committee 0 senator Chavez which he did was represented As offering on1 another Man who had Beo men William Nightman Phillips $100 a tinned in the document As a Possi we. K for political publicity oar Orr j i candidate for a Republican Nasa new Mexico and other South Tion amp a committee Job turned out Western state accompanying this 0 a taxi Driver was a typewritten memorandum in and on basis of a report from which he write said of the terms clavis jokes completely Eso Nerat weren to satisfactory to Phillips Elt Bis director of personnel. Quot mrs. which Chavez insisted copyright. 1935, aka service. Site writ numbers to too Elaine Lewis Muriel Jennings and Bonnie n eath Luau. Harvey Weatherman jr., Learned to write his first name this week. Elaine Lewis buddy Woods and Gerald Jennie a Brot books to school. My a Ltd it read a hem to us. It Hist he air plat to in out j in Ach 1 m our Budd j tv�0d to do a i or Kohler Brot we want to thank their mothers for tile i we have Learned to Tell the Story of a the Little pig Quot and to play a Little Black 1 turn no Quot com owl a Quot 1 in. �?ow8e� Eft oozing thy Watt. Try his it it or put about Enetter it a Cray it in he the me resettle Iff fled ii of to

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