Ames Daily Tribune in Ames, Iowa
8 Dec 1953

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8 Dec 1953

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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 8, 1953, Ames, Iowa Local weather Ames it Loudy and folder tonight with occasional Snow flurries. Wednesday Cloudy colder. Love tonight 21-28. Highs wednesday 3 1-35. Ames daily Tribune vol. 87�?no. 135 United press wire service Donnellson Heads state Extension lists foot of Snow is a lot Ames Iowa tuesday december 8, 1953 new yorkers miss their newspapers official Ames and Story county paper five cents Iowa s annual conference of workers the agricultural and Home economics Extension service ins full swing Here today following meetings of county Extension workers associations which opened the session monday. At their annual meetings the state associations of county Extension directors and county Extension Home economists elected these officers Delbert t. Foster Donnellson pre ident d. H. Zen Mir Marengo vice president. Grover Hahn Des Moines Sec rotary treasurer. Mrs. Helen Whitti Gercon. Dewitt was elected president of the Iowa association of county extern Ion Home economists. Elected to two year terms were mrs. Evelyn Hunter Clarinda vice president mrs. Signora Mcphaden Emmetsburg mrs. Cleta Daniels Corning Secretary and Lucille Stubbs Onawa historian. Principal speaker today s big three pledge to work for peace Ltd of the it a today per cent w Miaw san Amk Only ghost like outlines of autos parked at curbs of Street at o Nile neb., show through a heavy Blanket of Snow which fell during midwestern storms. Winds drifted the foot of Snow into his Banks. Santa alights r Home near ail Polit Speaks to Ames Ames again service clubs Friday new York Gap a new York department stores which hot a gone without advertising space seven metropolitan daily newspapers for nine Days neared Tim p Christmas shopping set with sales running Fivi under last year. The Federal Reserve Bank of new York reported the decline Dollar volume the basis of confidential information from 19 major department stores. Sales for the week which ended last sutured were file pet cent under those the corresponding week 1952. The strike of photo engravers papers which Bogan nov. 21 forcing the big stores to re radio television and other starved 111 refuses Aid supreme court opens hearings segregation Staley. C. Up a town officials refused to Force unwanted medical help today upon aged my possibly starving woman and her tethered helpless Nephew. Washington up Southern the woman. Mrs. M iry mines i state attorneys told the supreme 78, a widow barricaded herself court today that a practical cordite one room Cabin with the dons require separate schools for was valid relative George Fox 36. And coloured and White children it once threatened to shoot intruders i states. James q. Dupont a great great grandson of the founder of e. I. To the group a Extension s Chal Lenge and associate i or Vehec of Dvir a Sion Dupont do Nemours pc co of we serve. the noted states Jesse t �52 a Quot isl i meeting of Ames men s clubs. The annual get together of the Marvin a. Anderson associate , notary and Lions clubs director of the Iowa Extension serv Lawm head memorial Union of ice opened the conference with a Jowa state College Friday noon. A talk a understanding Extension proximately 350 members a ill join and its potentialities. E. Howard forces for the event. Hill president of the Iowa firm. Kiwanis club is Host for this Bureau federation Des Moines Vears gathering with its Prest spoke the topic a if i were Cint j0n Bath serving As to a St Iowa state to present a Messiah master for the occasion. The three clubs rotate responsibilities for the tric us dinner each year. For the Kiwas club physical arrange the your wednesday the conference will hear or. James Hilton president set Challenge and of is i meets have been handled bes a it Wal Inion a list tam House committee under the Cham. the ,ens,.n Stair Arnee he a a the. Recep came president last july. Comm Utec whih win be fun 0 there scheduled to speak boning Friday. H. J. Plagge is wednesday Are Velma Moore chairman of the kiwanis music county Home agent of Haysville committee which has played a part. Or Frank Peck managing i arrangements. The program has Rector of the farm foundation been developed by kiwanis pro Chicago and Floyd Andre Dean Ikram chairman Marshall town director of agriculture at Iowa Send and the local do font representative v. 3. Peterson. Kiwanis to arranged the Ames Ami state. Santa his Sleigh and his Reindeer landed atop the Edward l. Norris Home Northwest of Ames for his annual pre Christmas stand this weekend. This is the 15th year this whimsical chrism As decoration has been placed the roof of the Morris country Home. During each one of those years the traffic past the place for a closer glimpse has been heavy. Media but authorities said a within her she was negro attorneys countered that tuckers town Bermuda up a the Western a big Tutei add their Bermuda conference Toda with a pledge never to use their growing might for aggression but with the fervent Hope that Germany May be reunited and the nations behind the Iron curtain May be freed. President Eisenhower Prim minister Winston Churchill and French Premier Joseph Lintel said a final communique that a four Power meeting with sovid ibis la Germany could by a Matt that direction and added free Europe a your Hope is that due rout it 38, said been too negro attorneys Means we foun i to state Laws requiring sgt Gamu ble the countries of pastern schools a Are out of step with Jast a fun to play their pan supreme ourt decisions and nations a free Europe a _ a l a t f Rev i Tutti Oil i Vav for advertising. Women s Wear daily a retail mayor John Staley a rude Der not affected by the neighbors fear she a strike reported monday that re let prepare food a for a week or Flear violation of the Constitution. All Fri they said trailers had a leaped into television of Days but no one will be per As Oral arguments school Seg a can pot accept As justified of with 1 0 the feet As a result of the i tied to break and help her. Ulm enter Coj their tecon Day permanent the present division of newspaper tie up. One store bought Staley said the woman had a attention entered the bi8� to continuous hours of time one Quot fixation a a belief that she alone Over administrations stand a a first step a new Cam television station and leaded it with must t ire for Fox whom she the Issue a burning political ques Phegn it the United states Britain merchandise the newspaper said keeps tied with a rope because of lion Tlle Goth. Assistant atty.1 j France delivered joint newspaper readers saw their i deathbed vow she made to his gon j lec Rankin was allowed Moscow today accepting last department store ads metro parents 30 years ago. J0n� hour behalf of the Federal but proposal for a big foul meet Politan papers sunday nov. 29. When police chief w l. Lednum j government which has said it is Long of foreign ministers Berlin note a to of the seven big dailies new Hospital she refused York six were shut Down by the door. Strike and the other it can to seen from North grand Tribune was publishing eight Avenue inasmuch As the Morris pane edition without advertising Home is Only one half mile West j although the strike had started the Wiit to the unpainted Frame House taking a objective attitude previous Day. Most papers had l Ith county welfare superintend Herbert Brownell jr., printed sunday editions and int James e. Burgess and a maintained that when Advance. Nurse to take or Mim s t0 a s Gress enacted the 14th amendment to the Constitution it intended to wipe out All state Laws based race. The amendment forbids to deny any person the Quot equal Protection of the Laws. Brownell added however that historic records Are sketchy As to whether the legislators considered the the Friley named to Herald he said be saw Fox lying i tin floor a just skin and Bones Aix Lutes i White As a Federal Reserve Bank said of that Highway Twenty fourth i some Tores were rest hit bargain basement sales dec Aust Uip it Isid Russ sri . It were to Ltd jul a a a a a a Rny hid the same week a Hunt Iowa College will luuon1 a children when they were still at for the first three years school segregation particular this conclusion was labelled l. L. Longsdorf extent pm a a state College manhat speaker has advanced to the position of administrative assist a aant the Public relations depart traditional musical highlight of the planned to put up the Deco a ment of the Dupont company. awes Yuk tide season will be pre this year since they Arci ? thursdays at Kansas Tan is scheduled for closing session. He will speak a motivation through mass Media and visual aids. A Longsdon f s talk is appearance at Ames do font will be preceded by a symposium i Ieve of the theme a a we re a television As Extension forking while Rome county Extension workers part and explain How or. Alvin r. Edgar handels oratorio Home. Cardboard was used then 1941 the Young Morrisey made the Novelty of More permanent plywood. A i can remember when they made it for they were working it Pearl Harbor Day Morris Only one change has been made. The four Reindeer now include a Rudolph a bulb was added to one to achieve the Rudolph nose. Had not Carolina and Virginia. He argued the framers clearly did not intend to disturb dual school sys thirty two Young men elected nation wide Competition to it Oxford University England. 8 at first the Morrisey lame and impotent monday by John w. Davis 80-year old constr Lea Vej. A a than they did the same week a a jct 0j Iowa state College. Year ago. Reports Brooklyn leave As chairman of the now a sales were included figuring the Rhodes scholarship committee this that five per cent drop for new York Yea if r was announced today. City As a whole. The Iowa committee will meet terns. The Federal Reserve Bank. A Jowa City wednesday to select Davs told the court a ban under its policy reporting Busi Youngr Nfn to represent Iowa Ness trends released no figure the District Rhodes scholar the Dollar volume loss sales. Ship committee. addition to Tho slowdown .hirtv., ,0 a a Une Man i i be Fri that a a Hup Remc retail sales the new York pub lists association has estimated 2,% a a cd sub toze"�1�"d sorted or mingled Phuc while the 20,000 newspapers pm Robert b. Patrick financial ice schools a the results of such a idled were losing a Well president of Bankers life co. A a Siri Ilinca he nordic ted. A would not be Over 2 million dollars a week Moines is Secretary committee. Find suggesting Jan. 4 As the Date few pretexts a highly authoritative american source said the Allied notes left very few pretexts for evasion of the meeting by the soviet Union. This referred to Russia s Long refusal before its last proposal. To agree to a foreign ministers meeting. The same source said that out of the derision to Send the note. And for president Eisenhower to make his speech before the United nations Assembly this afternoon the perils of atom warfare the big three reached a no Concrete decisions then Bermuda talks. Site sirt gallon might Cost negroes ire than they could gain. He said court nor Congress has Power to order negro and White children to be a Are As will take. Television was used to Advance educational programs their counties. Salary. Of the Stati a ung. He predicted a a a it i Ames Luiei iut St-d.-, a i a. A dec Hiiro. C state spend the Holiday pills Burn seated sunday at 3 p. us daughter Betty Lee amex Man sum. Mon. However their minds were or. Alvin r. Edgar head of the changed when the annual question Iowa state College department of j0f a when Are you going to put up Santa a Ames Man carved these miniatures mrs. Ellen Hansen Dies Here monday mrs. Ellen Hansen 612 Burnett died this morning at to of clock Mary Greeley Hospital after a Long illness. She was 78. Funeral plans Are being handled by Duckworth Stephens funeral Home Here but no definite arrangements have been completed. Mrs. Hansen is survived by her husband h j Hansen daughter mrs. Warren boast Ames a son Robert Hansen Webster Grove mo., and a brother Charles Peterson of Arnes. Ames schools get 2-week vacation Jug which he will make several major observations and draw some Basic conclusions Tho american j Mug pc we conduct the oratorio business and Industrial picture As by four h these conclusions Are based soloists the 520-voice Iowa state his a almost endless travels to festival choir and the 70-piece practically every Section of the Lowa state College symphony or United states during the past five Chestra soloists will be Ethel de James Dupont is a former Resil a. Soprano adv line Johnson Dent of Clinton. His first Job with Don the family company came 1940 contralto Lawrence Lane Tenor and Robert m. Mccowen Bass. Miss Delong is a popular oratorio soloist from Minneapolis was miss Johnson is also from Minne your Bania was begun by acquaintances three of the Morris children live this area and they will take charge of the lights which Are from 5 to to . During the season. The local children of Morrisey Are mrs. Tom Wickerham Leslie and Walter. Communique the final communique said that the North Atlantic pact remains the basis of Western defense against communist encroachment and that if the danger of red aggression has been lessened it is i. Because of growing strength. Allied after he had been responsible positions the business world for 14 Vear i. Following his graduation from m. I. T. This first Job with a construction Crew of the Apolis and recently returned from engineering department then building a new cellophane Plant at Clinton. Upon completion of that a european study tour. Lane a resident of Chicago is considered one of the Midwest s finest tenors construction he served As project or. Edgar said. Mccownn is a Engineer the cellophane Manu i member of the Iowa state College factoring operations there until faculty and has directed the Iowa 1942 when the Remington arms state festival choir for its Pait of company s subsidiary of Dupont the oratorio asked for his Transfer to a Plant at reserved seats Are Sale at Kings Mills. Ohio. Music Hall. Admission to the Gen 1943. Do font was transferred eral Public will be 75 cents for Back to the Dupont company fori adults and 25 cents for children instrument work the atomic College students will be admitted Ergy project at the University of upon presentation of activity Chicago. From that time until the card. Of world War ii he worked a Teltschik to perform concert students Ames Public schools will have a full two week Christ end Mas vacation this year starting at with the atomic Energy project at 3 o m Friday. Dec. 18, Harry r. Oak Ridge tenn., and the Hanford Mcphay ii superintendent of schools Engineer works the state of Washington. When the announced today. Classes All schools will resume monday morning Jan. 4. Christmas will be observed during special program Days some schools from now until vacation time Mcphail revealed with Many schools planning programs for the final Day before vacation. Mcphail said the announcement of vacation dates was being made at this time order that parents might make unhurried plans Lur the Christmas holidays. Shopping Days Hil Christmas Dupont company s Dupont continued Page four buying Christmas Candy hurry up and shop before selections dwindle to Ono chocolate drop dear Santa. Dear Santa Claus i would like you to bring a doll e sweeper set. Doll e do dish set. 8-piece cooking baking set doll e fee Detto set doll buggies and a doll. I might be Memphis. Barbara Lee Jennings. Dear Santa Claus i would like a rap gun and Holster. Love Bobby priest. Dear Santa i Ain a Little boy four years old and i would like a toy shop and football Sui. Love and kisses. Dwight Hatfield. Dear Santa Claus How Are you i am Fine. How is mrs. Santa Claus arid How Are your Little cd ves would you give me a duster Bathrobe size 4? would you give me a doll with Saran rooted hair and a pair of ice skates too Billy wants Hunting jeans and a pair of socks. Mom wants a coat size 13. Dad wants some slippers love from Nanny Jones 313 South Russell. A sketch of one of Santa a helpers was included Nancy a letter Alfred and Herbert Teltschik duo piano team will appear Here saturday at 8 p. . the Ames High school auditorium for the second Community concert of the season. The Teltschik Brothers who Are from Texas Are said to embody their playing the wealth of expression that is native to Texas tempered with the musical to editions that have come to them through their austrian ancestry. They had their earliest musical training under their father old world musician Floresville tex., where they were born. They continued their studies under Al Drige Kidd when the family moved to Houston. Later at the Juillard school of music they studied under Sasha Gorodnitzki and Madame Olga Samaroff Stopkoski. During world War ii the Broth j ers were assigned to military or Chestra. They gave numerous two j piano recitals for the armed forces. Their Start As concert perform ers came Houston where they were engaged teaching music both before and after the War. They began playing concerts because they enjoyed making music for audiences. The Teltschik Brothers carry their own pianos a trailer that is especially rigged for storing and transporting two pianos. They know How to repair and turn them. They arc now their sixth ton. Of the country. Sec Page 4 for a picture of the i Teltschik Tribune photos William Winton. 113 l Lincoln Way is shown Abote Wilt a Partt his collection of hand carved Bors. Drawn . Wyton a. Carved All of the models Over a period of Many years with the exception of the hansom Cal. the foreground. Mat work wit Don. By his 81-year-old brother Peter. Wig a a Hanson from England c of c asks project ideas preparation for a full year of productive activity for 1954 the Ames chamber of Commerce will mail a letter to All members and other interested persons asking tor project suggestions. Damage past $5,000 3 �?~30�?T mishaps three accidents Highway 3< one hour and 18 minutes kept two Highway patrolmen and Deputy sheriff John Stark Busy monday afternoon. No one was injured but damages totalled Well Over $5,000 for All the. Accidents. The series of three began at 3 a0 p. . Just East of the viaduct the curve Between Nevada arid Colo. The Highway commission was doing repair there and a westbound 1953 Mercury being driven by mrs. Claire Stedman 33, of Colo was stopped by the flagman. James Pete Phillips 26, of Marshalltown approaching from the same direction a 1953 Lincoln was unable to Stop term to avoid hitting the Stedman from the rear. The Impact caused the steel a car to go Down a 20-foot Eban ment hit a Telephone pole Knock it off. the meantime the Phillips Ca veered to hit the left front fender of a 1948 Hudson approaching from the other direction. It was driven by Otto h. Christiansen of Colo and damages were about $1 m damages to the Mercury Wert $2,000, and to the Lincoln. $3,000. It was estimated. Stark and patrolmen Mel Hove and Bill Severin had scarcely conv plated investigation of this Accident when they received another Calls this time just East of the Skunk River Bridge Highway 30 a a we Are trying to Nike anus a Raymond Rasmusson Indianola Belt City which to a a Quot Lucern operator had truck u fat do Bustness you can help by # plow Belue driven us your ideas toe ieu11 my reads Iii part. Since its organization 1940. The Ames chamber it comme ice has completed work til projects. Members have been asked to list their ideas for 1954 projects several areas including farm activities business promotion new a Dusty Public improvements education projects Christmas activities traffic problems governmental programs and retail sales clinics. \ 19th Century hansom cab. Complete to every detail is contrasted Here with Winton a hand. The cab was made by Winton s brother England who is a retired marriage maker. West by Ross l. Bates. Rasmusson was charged with . And arraigned municipal court til morning. The Case was contend until dec. 21. This Accident was indirectly it Spon sible for the third Accident. 5 18 p. M. Jerry Davis of Nevada Iowa state College student was driving East and slowed Down when he saw the Accident. Frank Arnett also of Nevada failed to Sec Davis slow Down and the rear. Affixed $10 be sri sex Mcree members themselves pmed to wave

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