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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 29, 1934, Ames, Iowa Page two Iames daily Tribune times Ames Iowa saturday. December 20, 1934. A Xeuy Petter m Ames it local news or. And mrs. G. L. Wakefield who have been visiting or. Wakefield s Mother mrs. Mary Wakefield Here left for their Home in Chicago saturday. Mrs. M. Michaelian of this place it a medical patient at the Iowa sanitarium in Nevada. Fern Munden of Boone returned to her Home Friday night after spending a few weeks in Ames visiting with Beatrice Vanscoy and Mary Pierce. Miss Lavonne Berry of Newton is spending the holidays in Ames vial no with mrs. Dan Mcleod jr., Lier brother Myron and other friends. Miss Dorothy Howard 619 Stan ton Avenue left thursday for Excelsior Springs mo., where she will visit friends for several Days. A. Moody who underwent an operation at the methodist Hospital in Dis Moines dec. 27, is reported to be making satisfactory recovery and will be Brot to his Home 2340 Knapp Street the first of the week. Women a club tried vainly to Trace it to of id by a v miss Sitwell by Telephone to French i Vyuna Var i and German Frontier posts difficulty was anticipated in tracing miss Sitwell. Consular officials Here knew nothing of her her parents or where she crossed the Frontier. Under a new system american consular officials in the provinces Send reports direct to Washington and afterwards inform the consulate general Here of their activities. Provincial consulates were being i checked today charge american woman with slander 101 1 finned Iron. A one. I from the French. She is equally master of engish French and Ger Man. Several weeks ago miss Sitwell resigned and sailed for France. She said she was going to seek her parents who lived in Lorraine but moved into German Terri. Y when Alsace and Lorraine were Given Back to France after the world War. After a Brief visit in Paris miss Sitwell went to Germany. She told friends she did not know where her parents were but hoped to find them. Next came the mysterious Telegram. Officials of the University i the Benefit of Congress. Air corps chief faces accusation Coni inn i from Page one submission to the january grand jury. Foulois Case entirely separate from that involving a graft Quot charges against High ranking army officers entered entirely on development in the inquiry of last Spring in a preliminary report at that time the committee demanded Foulois removal on four counts mainly involving alleged discrepancies in his testimony at secret sessions. Secretary dem had refused to act until after conferring with the committee two weeks ago. The report said that dem. After his disappearance dec 13 in com Pany with Gen. Douglas Macar thur chief of staff and assistant Secretary of War Harry Wooding had ordered the inspector gemeral to Quot initiated promptly a searching and Complete investigation into the facts concerning Foulois. A such the committee report said. A is the usual step preliminary to placing such a matter before a military in connection with other cases dem had ordered a a prompt and searching investigation a the committee said. The committee which a per less a than one fourth of the $30,000 a a a or Pruner Propri ated for its activities Sug o grated the next Congress either continue the inquiry or the Law be modified Quot so that the comptroller general May perform this duty for that s got the big says stumped ther s rules agin Sitton Down sleep1n Smoli Visitin an readly while your machine is Runnin but they evidently overlooked fiddle play no they la ban that All Yehu but i Don t see who Tho that Don t keep a guv s mind off his work and More than count no Sparrow s coming in thru a Hole in the window or watching spider build a web. A �2�?omrds Given Iowa 4-h boys i 12-2.9 �434 Brnt or acc we to the time Hiller it a p a Vii inti to m aes. V $ Pat err will meet in new official publication h. Luo we official publication treasurer of Story u uni Iii i Iuli years eve ,. Of Auto Ai Nevada jail. 5 j Hurt in Accident at Luth ran Church Colo nov. I 4 certificates of award were presented to the to High scorers in the livestock judging and Grain judging contests by j. S. Quist assist ant state 4 h club Leader at the closing session of the annual 4-h dub Short course Friday at Iowa state College High scorers in the Grain judging contest Are Buford Mcclurg Scranton Kenneth Hach Sac City Elmer Lundberg Forest City Martin Myers Howard vim and Frank Miller Beaman Billy Yates i Gouriny Vernon Buston Hampton Orville aves Melbourne and Dale Johnson. Emmetsburg. Winners of the livestock judg i ing contest Are Lester Davis. New ton pm wearin Malvern Harold Mcbride Zearing Robert Putnam j Arlington Paul Erickson Shenandoah Wayne Dunow St. Ansgar Wayne sheriff Greenfield Joseph Giltner. Iowa City Armen Mill a Scranton and Francis Clark or i son. The three High county Grain judging teams Are Grundy Greene and Franklin. Members of the Grundy Gam Are Martin Myers Frank Miller and Howard vim Greene Buford Mcclurg Russell and Roland Holtz Franklin. Ver j non Baston Roland Winterfield and Donald i arson. The three highest ranking county livestock judging teams Are shells., Johnson and Boone. Mem hers of the Shelby team Are Frau Cis sunday. Lloyd Albers and Edward hoist Johnson Joseph Milt nor. Dale Williams and Charles Schott Boone Way de Sod Erat ruin Frank bal ins and Morris Sundell. The la High scorers in both the livestock and rain judging con tests Are Vernon Baston Franklin county Robert Lago Scott Wayne sheriff Adair George Clarke Grundy Vincent Kelly Black Hawk John Max will Scott Thaine Chapman Palo Alto Royal Hole Greene Howard Vint. Grundy and Donald Wiese o Brien. Former Sheldahl resident is dead Sheldahl news of the marriage to or. Shepherd surviving Are her husband two daughters mrs. Louise Crawford and mrs. Evelyn Warren of Des Moines and three Sisters Airn Alma Sabo of Slater mrs. Millie Bates of Des Moines and mrs. Lilli. Sloan of fort Collins Colo. Funeral services were held in Des Moines Friday and interment was in the Sheldahl cemetery. Pm i Tkv nations ratified the area a i Gentine anti War pact to the Des Minn to v v Mhz o Boom of Cannon in the Cran Chaco Des Moines i be slav was a Shock i i it. A to Friend in i. To Unity. Or. I a Elf a a a a Quot it a a a a a it Shepherd before her marriage was Jennie Ahlberg daughter of or and irs. Oscar Ahlberg who lived Here. The deceased grew to womanhood in this Community going to Des Moines in 1905 after Hei Yow were being threatened with radio controlled Aerial bombs As though the singers and comedians weren t enough. Announcement. Henry i Gluer radio service manager at Christensen s hardware for the past three and one half years is now associated exclusively with Gulliver sound systems specializing in custom built Public address systems and Quick dependable repair service on both Home and ear radios. All our work is accompanied by a 90-Dav written guarantee we maintain a Complete line of parts including rag tubes. We solicit your patronage. Address systems rented tubes tested f ree Gulliver sound systems me Quot phone Iem i Annua i of of county Iowa a or toe period from january i 1934 to May 51. 1934, inclusive statement of account id funds total to be acc tit for 76, �?�87,01 12,881.77 105,696.30 34,183.94 24,351.99 12,974.76 18,365.32 58.631.89 64.641.89 117,976.58 6.940 67 i. Too n 3,180.13 6,162.43 61,608.66 5,424.90 467.98 21 437.97 38,450.55 59,4 Dill. Jan. I receipts 1934 cent by slate 2,963.1 a Revenue 17.629.32 1,373.77 59,157.72 Quot Wiert a Bonus 2,289.40 29,259.39 10,092.37 general county 39.237.63 8,968.85 66,4 58.6 7 it Quot ourt expense 10,745.19 12.438. I 5 poor 8.349.99 16.002.0&Quot state insane 2.718. Is 8.688.57 10,255.95 4ounty insane 5,118.61 13,246.71 secondary 27,972.50 Roa Ltd const. 15,108.90 42,822.99 secondary 28,572.45 Road Matt. 19,937.1 s 41.704.76 motor 74,565 i 9 vehicle fund 26,401.4 1.364.58 121,575 la county school 2,785.52 to i 0. I j principal of school 1,000.0&Quot interest 2,098.90 of school 1,320.62 22.8&Quot go 5jl61 soldiers Relief 1,896.88 4,411.55 special Bond 7. 97,6i 43,706.06 Domestic 2.884.17 Anim. I 3,266,68 3,151.21 teachers 187.77 Institute 58.17 409.81 drainage 11,134.76 Assemi Ala 0,51&Quot.5 10,927.4 1 City special 1 1,772.46 assessments a a i 78,533.56 corporation 10,480.91 funds g. O j i ,61 73.900.14 school 24.040.90 dust. Funds i ,cir48 $60,719.45 township 72.60 funds 130.21 168.74 or nary Road 17.16 Bond fund 0.59 4.54 Prim. Road 713.22 red. A int. I sum i 62,817.6 7 is 471, 3.622 1.398. 12,108. Ai 131,136.1 163.71 4.931. T. N. Eradication Library emergency i it a Linqui j it refunds diverted interest scavenger to Sale redemption secondary Road assessments anticipated to. Bank old Afu pension .�?�56,648.30 total $317,373.10 $1,304,025.39 $1,62 rot.0 fact entire represent a Covert raft figures entered above in Balant. Jim i May 31, 1934 a column represent funds in 6,904.53 483.09 i 90.70 260.08 71 3 7 4,448.16 5.585 15 11.13 62,665.61 4,105.48 1,648.90 16.556.17 181,1 is. 11 463.7&Quot 4.131 "2 60. I v. 1,529. Bal. Do menu. May la 1934 783.8&Quot 2.179.32 26,967.45 49.81 9.59 363.40 1.010.37 6,329.97 6,051.80 7,739.s6 21.519.53 4 5,341.53 60.354.77 2,372.76 6,595.99 8,612.34 15,571.60 15.774.1&Quot 8,577.59 7,557.89 6.416.87 2,298.35 6,390.22 8,162.41 12, 2 .#1 10,044.65 27.927 65 18.254.63 40,277.26 7.558.15 21.014.30 j 90 in 26,786.37 19,724.42 54,,2 i 143.976.93 3,999.65 i 358.11 986.22 i,416.54 944.12 555.21 1.009.0� j 1,543.69 1.870.76 1,309.47 i i. A 167 # 1 2.031.67 4,070.56 22.177.46 s .830.19 762.94 2.121 23 i 1,101.66 4,51 8.34 �ct.67 i 3 4.1&Quot 1 288.58 181.39 2,945.4 8,189 3?, i 3,898.75 17,541.22 i 3,114 12 8,658,34 j 30.504.03 7,946.52 i 2.772.41 7,708.43 i 68.61 2.61 30,s i .54 6,859.44 17,681.46 i 351,403.04 120,181.89 19,2 8 to i "4.57 194.38 4.5 4 12.62 i 188.67 11.13 j 52 4.55 59,502.50 1,181.11 1.820.43 5,078,10 2,409.37 1.696.1 150.47 5 40.32 i383.46 i 8 to 15 1. 2�?T 6 4 6g3 11,54914 it 4,12 a it of 1 1.4 6 2.4 s j 111.iss.17 468.7 la 9 0 2 i i i 160.32 2 8. Ii it 7 59 j 8,795 i 1.551.75 74,238.71 i 1.28 i 1 13,657.92 j j 6k.00 74,238.7 a i instructions in the work of local j i assessors for next year will be Dis j j cussed and supplies distributed a1 a general annual conference of All assessors in Story county in be Vada Jan. 5. Notice of the meet i ing was sent this week to All asses sets by county auditor Byron die i key. There Are is assessors representing 16 townships an .5 incur gyrated towns and villages. Assessors from towns and Vij Lages Are Ames. Milo a. Manning Cambridge j. A. Woods Collins. Oscar serbian Colo a. F. Bales Nevada in Vav. Dana Story City k e. Severeid Maxwell j e. Ward Kelley mrs. Cd j. Brenda land Sheldahl. Jonas Christianson Gilbert f. A Sanders Roland t. I. Sampson Mccallsburg Guy Mills Zearing Henry Haber land Slater. C. M. Tweed Huxley. Albert Johnson township assessors Are Collins mrs Sophia Irene o born 65. Wife of James a Osborn 3229 Lett Street died in Mary Greeley hos pita i about to p. No Friday from injuries suffered in an automobile Accident nov 14 at cold funeral services will by held Sun Day at 2 p. In. Iron the collegia1 methodist Church with the Rev Jesse s. Dancey pastor of the Church officiating. Burial will be in the Ames cemetery mrs. Osborn had been in the How pita since the cold Utar d for the past week had been unconscious most of the time her death result d from injuries to Lur Beck and head. Mrs o born Aud her husband were Riding in a car driven by John Abrams of Gilbert which was in collision with a car driven by James Gordon of Bagle y. On the i Lincoln Highway a the intersection new years eve swi to army a new years eve fun fest and worship hour has been arranged by the menus brotherhood of the Ames lutheran Church e program to be he d at th1 Church monday beginning at 7 45 p. In and con tinting until the Midnight hour a members of the Cong e cation Are invited it was announce cd saturday. The fits part of the evenings program will comprise an operetta a Bobby Brewster s rooster Quot to be presented by the children of Clearview school under direction of the teacher. Miss hot Len Beehler. Be tween act. There will be group singing for the audience. This presentation will be followed by a fun fest about s 30 Oil we with informal entertainment. There new years eve Lloyd Campbell Grant Ralph i Foa l leading into co Switzer Howard s. L. Bielefeldt shags born March Indian Creek Ile Gibson i Ala Mahomet 111, the Dan Billette Carl Waidus Palestine Al j Aud or j. August Pfeiter Bert Tesdall Lincoln j. A. John i manic at Champaign 111. 1,396.49 $1.1 1 934 i Vail Ink Ston Milford Hansel Christian Nevada f a. Alderman new Albany a. O Mccoy Washington. C. C. Roes Richland g. O. Mullen Sherman John Troutner Union. Leo Carney Warren o. H. Rit and Franklin n. E. Bogard Mother of Roland woman Dies Friday Roland mrs. Lewis Holland 65, longtime resident of the Nevada Vicinity and Mother of mrs j. E. Sampson of this place died Friday at her Home in for St City As the result of a stroke of apoplexy. Funeral services and interment will be in Roland bu1 the time has not been set pending word from Chil Dren in California. Five of her daughters were with i her when she died mrs. Sampson i of this place mrs. Peter Hanson of Forest City mrs. For Algona mrs Max ii Asper wye., and m err n of Nevada. To daughter at in Alif Yeai 1s69, at r of i aril v As aug. In or. And Issi. The follow mrs. Osborn came to Iowa to re Side on a farm neat c olo later moving to to rim and 23 years ago to Ames. They Hare resided in the fourth Ward since mrs. Osborn was in Active Mem Ber of the ii Glide methodist Church he Friendly Bible class and cliche no. 2 of the ladles Aid society of the same Church. She also was a member of the pythian sesters Camp Royal neigh Berg of America my of the p i e. And f. Society. Besides her husband she leaves to o sons. Charles of Bombay India and Herbert j. Of Ames on Lauah ter. Mrs. George Parker of Murray one sister. Mrs. Flore Wright of net ill and la grandchildren. Will be numerous activities of a mock traffic court Dart and rope ring throwing contests fish Pond i Cork shooting gallery Phon a for tuner Art gallery air plane tests. A swimming match Etc. Motion pie lures and a refreshment stand. Revenues from Small charges for various events of the fun fest will co to the motherhood Treasury to be later applied to some necessary expenses of the Church. An appropriate musical program has been arranged for tile closing hour starting about 11 30, to but followed by the watch service of Devotion led by the pastor the Rev. Amos w. Stol n. Killed Hunting Lebanon m i a funeral Are vices were planned saturday to Bernie Johns on killed when a Shotgun he was carrying discharge cd As in climbed thru a Fence. His two Oid a Brothers carried bin Home fatally wounded. E / / / a a a a / a a / / / a a a a a a / / / a a m i n i k u to w tart tier i. W. Of is and min in bunk Emi its tax it receipts and distil receipts Ltd a hand january a 1934 t Tom current taxes. 1933 a rom delinquent taxes apr u and pm Lur Yoni penalty interest and Coats front current year Tai penalty interest and costs from delinquent tax drainage tuxes. 4 Ltd special Asse in. It. Paving sewer Etc secondary Road assessments dbl of pension interest on Bank deposits principal of school fund interest of school fund teachers examination and Institute in. State appropriate for teacher Institute Sale of automobile numbers and License primary Road redemption and int rest Sale of Bonds interest on Bonds sold l Ines and forfeitures from other officers Date of patients in state institutions i Are of patients in county institution. Ale of produce at county Home ref unit on a tax. County Home Sale of Bridge material tax Sale certificates fees from county auditor not including fees from county treasure fees from county recon let fees from clerk of District court fees from clerk of Ames municipal fees front sheriff fees from sheriff Drivers licenses sheriff fees from clerk of District miscellaneous receipts transfers from funds apportionment clearance secondary Road fund total receipts. Disbursements slate treasurer a receipt county auditor s wart ants drainage Bond redeemed interest on drainage Bonds 41.linty Bonds redeemed interest on county Bonds interest on primary Road Bonds Zzz its a use. Rotary of states receipts for Automo Biu diverted interest miscellaneous payments old a. Pension Transfer to funds. Apportionment tax refunded bunk dividend _ scavenger Bate redemption 7 a a Quot tax s a a. Leu Iancy St.-, rond a be sin anti a Leal my. A nth imputed Tux balance on hand t for tax a count. May i 1934einstein Apt to be most famous agriculture May solve problems of employment funeral notices the 163,1 a ult Hiti. 11,621,3 126.0u6.j7 2,567.68 171.88 2,16i his equivalence of i6s 63 j this notion the a j 1 i Lier w Ord. Tau i ter is a so is Bing a Energy was is Imti j non need by professor e 3i.��2 j 190s. It was that is j that i pubic need fou 15,20 making papers the on 44 j 4 Merit Ion 1, the up rial vex a in i relativity Anil two nth i .o i Willi Tho Gen ral i 25 do not know of Einstein u 87.59 he world War he Vui it a pm famous in hic world o 65.12 in 1905. For in that l a a did what George Bema later said of him a be a 75 made a 7.8 Einstein mad Over is so f Dull i i r in 90, 13,.�o i Cia theory of it la Tivit 13.50 length and time Cha a motion and that Spain t -,4 Wert United into a m is is on a i univ Erso a no i of his in Liat year a _ Light consisted not of of Little bullets known the third firmly re to atomic theory by its St so called brownian the fourth Aid that just a form of Energy in 1015, Einstein u various ideas into his 02.43 theory of relativity v Ideal with the theory f is d i in a Art time farming May be solution to present uncut domed big six and ailed out Here today by Paul t Distant director if Iowa leg Extension service and of the subsistence bom the same j a 1 a first an i to St Al n Iii it of the to epoch a i read torpor omit tee Board. A Uganda of families have already moved of land adjoining Iii to rate a or. T Lave been ing altho t not employed the a stare in the o Small Dies in e their Iff. In Able to to head ire sen lard Shaw Psi Len in our let As his ape said that i god with and time or Dinnien a r paper said that was but a Quanta ii id la say of the movement latter w u s j order that the Onti food Quot St i this Way they Eatn dec it i of 11. Family i i year j surveys of part time farming in i Iowa completed by the planning Board in Centerville Waterloo do i Buque Burlington Oskaloosa it Iii a and time Farmers in acreage editions. While the a variety of teas to be away foil a rapids reveal Cut of the part aved to a Sinai of economic it of others indicated ins such As desire the City to pro a Hil place to raise love of out of doors. N or Tuff Point my cannot possibly a yorkers Lull time in a of this is True we necessity of having entirely on Relief another Large group 8,56 1,7 3 i >,5 2 ii. 3 i "4.5 i 31, s 81,93 i 4.931.02 j 66,0&Quot 34,154.38 463 16&Quot. To Quot Sun sir. Total disbursements. 181,138 8,795 1,561 56 4 483,258,0 ii,c2i,296.1 i of i # Fie me of by Ludwig treasurer riven a hot Nevada Low a june is 1 county Iowa do Here his a torrent Sun a Ary of the u Quot ret during own it i. In Ruxine. Or ii ii. I i Vav to listed the e go it Era by it Hilt ii is so of gravitation the world heard of Einstein in 199 when two British expeditions verified his Predie lion that Light rays from stars would in in it out of straight 7&Quot i lines As they but thru the i gravitational fit Jyi of the min i. J Einstein s theory that mass t i j and Energy were equivalent was 4�?� j invoked Many years a in it Iii astronomers to account for the Energy production of the Sun and Start. It has received actual experimental confirmation within the la t two Union on at More recent exp it run out j Fie ii i it die to Tiv i y. Vide a bet Lei Dren and the i conduct a that a we Soli Ai our Industry Gaii must face the la go numb and probably on a very Low wag scale or we run t develop some Means of allow ing people to provide a part of thei living part Lime farming May be a partial i Chinar deficit being Only $16.600,. Too How can it become a member of the great family of nations where deficits Are in billions and debt Are in arrears a of Nito Luis uni i non a for his pol it Teal t autor of t Eure a Lur evinced a feeling of nausea it the wholesale purging in flus a a Van i take if Elf Osborn or. Sophia Irene Osborn 65, wife of James l Osborn ,1229 let lie Eli t. Died in Mary Greeley Hospital Friday it to p. In from injuries suffered in an an o Mobile Accident not. 14. Funeral services will by held sunday a 2 p. In. From the collegiate methodist Church with the Rev. Jesse s Dancey officiating. Burial will be in the Ames cent tory. Hartzell cannot decide on prison coot Iii u Tram Page our ably next month. A How my ii Are you receiving in contributions from b Bever in your claim a he was ask <1. A that sir can be none of your business was the polite reply he indicated that lie expected to return from Sioux City in a Short time altho Sioux it try is not Leav cow Orth and the Peppen diary is who the government believes lie will be for the next ten years Elf styled Baron it was Hartzelll a use if the mails that gave him the sell styled title of it was also his use of the Mairig that brought him to grief both in this country and England. The English it invt Sti gated his claim of being an heir to the $81,000,000,000 estate of Francis Drake English sea hero who died in the 16th Century tiny discovered the a Baron s Isim to be wanting the English authorities even pronounced the claim a a fake and a fraud Quot Aud added that i there a never was an estate in the first place. Oscar was deported. He ame to America he appealed to Hun deeds of Farmers thru out Iowa and Texas. Emissaries were dispatched to carry on the Good soon the Gullible answered. They i sent the a Baron Quot nearly $6,000. Monthly in return f it a a Promise of title o part of the estate when it is s tiled. The Call has been hushed but not j son the cries of believers. Money still pours into the coffers Lester of Mart who a. Been termed a who of the records Quot maintains that Hertz will not go a a / / / / a a / / / a a a a a a a a a a a a a a / a a / / a a / a a / / a a a a / / a a a a a a a a / a a Evv no Rainbow Coffee show Holiday specials wholesale Price buy your baked goods at Melburg is and save Money open new years until noon Melburg bake shop with baby Leroy Duck California Here they come a they wrecked us with laughter a but bust you wide open Don t forget the Eig Midnight Celebration monday night last Day Jackie Coogan in a Home on the Range Mem the heated Ham dance of Thorn pm All seats 4lc in a. S ate sales tax in Lii Dick ilk to jail. Ohmart and another a tend to the Barons Quot Corret Pond a newly discovered planet was i enc in a Small office on Chicago s North Side a few blocks from inter 0e re Bote Oscar maintains a 1,1 a in a d in a Quot a Young. Hand j regal mitc a. Till his it Ca t lieutenant 4 Toms off Lulei a aids de Camp. planet was ence Inars in the sex pc ii named in Honor of Vassar College near in Misc ii in -4 and the in an Effort to get their a inter Oscar fun favors novelties Iliili a tin Kur proc ii hottest si4�i in to Dunn Lake yet or plan now i it it to Hor in a i a the secret Bride in w gripping drama that seethes with action mat. Am me

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