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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - July 1, 1969, Ames, Iowa Churches Ames answer to it. Lauderdale High temperatures and Mosquito population explosion drove members of Pammel Nursery school off the playground monday and Over to the Fountain at memorial Union. Teachers who took the so or so Nursery schooners to the Union tried to discourage splashing in the Fountain but the Cool water turned out to be just too tempting on a hot Day. Tribune photo by Peggy Baker Ames and area deaths w. R. Whitfield rites wednesday funeral services for William Russell Whitfield 78, Dunedin Fla., will be wednesday at 10 30 . From Adams funeral Home with the Rev. William f. Overhulser officiating. Burial will be in Ames municipal cemetery. Or. Whitfield died at Mease Hospital in Dunedin Fla. June 26. Born sept. La 1890 in Sterling neb., or. Whitfield attended Peru state Normal College Peru. Neb. From 1907-1911. He received a . Degree from Nebraska University at Lincoln in 1926. Or. Whitfield was superintendent of schools at Butte and Blair neb. In 1912 and 1913. He was an agriculture instructor at North Winthrop Normal College Rock Hill s c. From 1913 until 1916. He came to Iowa state University in 1926 and was employed As an associate professor in poultry husbandry for the Iowa state Extension service for 33 years. Or. Whitfield retired in May 1959. He was the author of Many poultry publications and a member of Gamma Sigma Delta and Epsilon Sigma Phi. He was a member of first United methodist Church in Dunedin. Survivors include his wife Esther Mae two sons William r. Whitfield. Jr., Detroit Mich and George Whitfield. Marquette Mich. Two daughters mrs. Marian Weaver Alexandria va., and mrs. Jean Willson slide la. Ten grandchildren a great grandchild and a sister mrs. Tressa Sabin Bells Calif. He was preceded in death by his first wife. Mary g. Ellen Berger Whitfield in 1960. A memorial has been established. Gifts will be Given to either the cancer fund or the heart fund. A followers of the Way believers in Christ first were known As a followers of the in the first Century they were known As christians in the City of Antioch. This is recorded in the acts of the apostles. Pilot to ask City Council to consider safer Airport a plane mishap at the Ames municipal Airport has prompted the Pilot to take a complaint to the Ames City Council. Russ Dvergsten Ames escaped injury saturday afternoon when his Spray plane a a converted Douglas b-26 bomber a skidded on the runway continued into a Field struck a Knoll a causing collapse of the nose gear and ended up nose Down in a Corn held 225 Yards from the end of the runway. Dvergsten said the Hilly condition off the end of the North to South runway is putting equipment and people in jeopardy. Tested brakes returning to the Airport saturday afternoon the Pilot births to or. And mrs. John o. Anderson Gilbert a girl born at 12 43 . June 30 at Mary Greeley Hospital. To or. And mrs. Robert a. Osborne 834 Pammel court a boy born at 8 58 . June 30 at Mary Greeley Hospital. Mary Greeley Hospital admitted monday a mrs. Sarah Alexander Ames Jerry Banks Mccallsburg mrs. Suzanne Biggs Ames Vicky Rae Brekke Ames Robert j. Jorgensen Audubon Esther Karns Ames mrs. Dorothy Kaufmann Ames Clarence a. Kelley Webster City Sharon Risdal Mccallsburg Mark l. Schroeder Ames mrs. Jacqueline Udorvich Madrid Rodney k. Bright Jefferson. Dismissed monday a mrs. Russell Dickinson. Mrs. Ethel Marie Jacobs Gerald r. Jennings Charles Krantz mrs. Ann l. Lyons and son mrs. Dorothy Mckenna mrs. Lois Moses Nels Nelson. Story county Hospital admitted monday Dale Clas son Nevada Dale Mckee Nevada. Dismissed monday a Harry Evans Timmy Weatherman Frank Menzel Michael Smith. Story City Hospital admitted monday a Denise Oppedal Story City Loren Egeland Story City. Dismissed monday a Mildred Hovde Denise Oppedal. Decided to test the planes brakes when touching Down on the wet Asphalt. Dvergsten said the brakes locked and the plane skidded sideways off the runway 175 Yards before the nose gear hit the Knoll after which it continued 50 More Yards. The engines had been Cut however. The plane now sits As an attraction a with the Tail at a near 45 degrees to the ground a to motorists on . 69. Dvergsten said he will seek Council action to have the Knoll graded Down. Ile contends the Cost would be slight especially considering the City owns the land at the South Extension of the runway. A drainage system he added would also alleviate the buildup of water in the Field continuation of the present problem Dvergsten adds could cause possible death for pilots in the larger business jets and passenger planes using the Airport. With larger aircraft pilots refer to a Point of no return when problems necessitate shutting Down engines and Riding out a beyond a runway if necessary. A Good Long Over run provides a safety Factor Dvergsten stressed. Rack in business Dvergsten on contract to the City of Ames to Spray for mosquitoes plans to be Back in his spraying business Early next week when he readies another b-26 from surplus Stock. He said engines of the wrecked plane Are Good and will serve As spare parts. A Pilot for nine years Dvergsten was thankful he was Landing to the South. A i be Here today if i had landed northbound a he said. The Only thing to Stop him there is a ditch a Road Power lines and buildings if a plane swerved and went out of control. Three area residents Hurt in motor vehicle accidents three area residents were treated monday for minor injuries they received in two separate accidents Here. Joseph Thompson Miller 83, 132 Hayward ave., was treated at Rosebrook clinic for a pain in his right after an Accident monday 2 10 ., at grand ave. And sixth St. Also injured in the Accident was Martin Dean Obrecht age not Given 316 North Franklin ave. Obrecht was treated at Rosebrook clinic for whiplash. Obrecht s 1968 Dodge truck and Millers 1967 Buick collided doing an estimated $250 to the right Side of the Buick and an estimated $125 damage to the front of the truck. Miller was charged with failure to yield one Liaf the Roadway As a result of the Accident. Sue Milliken 13, 1607 24th St., suffered a bump on the head and was taken to Mary Greeley Hospital after an Accident monday 4 15 ., at the intersection of 24th St. And nor thee Stern ave. She was a passenger in a 1963 rambler driven by her Mother mama Milliken 34, when it collided with a 1964 rambler driven by Harold e. Broadie. 62. Gilbert. Mrs. Milliken was charged with failure to Stop in an assured Clear distance after the Accident. Damage to the two vehicles was estimated to be $200 to the front of the Milliken car and $50 to the rear of the Broadie car. In an Accident sunday 6 05 ., at Lincoln Way and Stanton ave., a 1950 Ford driven by Gerald Ray Shultz 24, 208 North Maple ave., collided with a 1967 Mustang driven by William h. Angeral 23, Omaha. There was no damage to the Shultz Ford. Damage to the Mustang was estimated to be $150 to the front. Gregory David Peterson 17, 1731 Coolidge ave., had an estimated $145 damage done to the left front of his 1964 Chevrolet saturday 10 45 ., when it collided with a 1963 Chevrolet in the parking lot to Kings food Host Usa. The 1963 Chevrolet driven by Rich diaries Swank 17, 1214 Mckinley drive had no damage. An Accident Friday at 4 18 ., at 13th St., and Ridgewood ave., resulted in charges of failure to yield the right of Way being filed against Michael d. Stohlmeyer 18, 226 South Maple ave. Stohlmeyer a 1965 Pontiac collided with a 1962 Buick driven by Russell William Rohlfsen 18, 118 h University Village. Damage to the two vehicles was estimated to be $200 to the front of the Stohlmeyer Pontiac $150 to the rear of the Rohlfsen Buick. Ames markets tuesday hogs top butchers. 25.25 top packers .22.50 grains Corn. I la oats.64 Beans. 2.48 prices Are noon quotations and Are subject to change 12 noon-4 30 pm 5 30 pm-8 pm daily s3 Arians 620 Lincoln Way a limit one per child two per family a groups taken at $1 per subject will Federated really protect me against too much insurance the firs p of in Rry pm of the Federated company policy that your Federated Man will help you avoid Over sur Mer this Calls for a very smart insurance Man. Through selection. Training and experience that s the kind we try to have naturally insurance for business a Home a car Lue Lff just ask fir Chuck Benson i \ 232-9322 Ames Iowa continued from Page one settled for cheap and easy sources of wonder and gratitude a he said a the Type of gratitude that is automatic in an Economy of Scarcity and the Type of wonder that can be explained away by science such As wonder Over whether or not something will happen. Not whether but when a in their whole lives my children have never wondered whether this or that would happen a he added a fall they have Ever wondered is however he added that the a ultimate sources of wonder such As the wonder of being and the ultimate sources of gratitude a still exist but that in a scientific world the Church must look deeper to find them. The pastor also cautioned against clinging to tradition in the Church pointing out that at the same time modern Church leaders criticize those who would bring about great changes today they make heroes of those such As the apostle Paul who were the vanguards of change in biblical times. A the ancient rituals which the apostles changed were As much a part of that nations identity As prayer in schools is of ours a he said. A the Bible tells us that these god Given time honoured structures were scorned by god As missing the Point in a new the presbyterian Synod will be held Here through thursday. The Iowa synodical assn., women a equivalent to the Synod is also meeting Here through wednesday. Continue hearings on drug charges until july 23 one injured in tuesday Accident Maurice Glen Miller 22, 1204 Clark ave., was listed in satisfactory condition with head cuts by Mary Greeley Hospital tuesday morning after his car struck the rear of a truck transport earlier in the morning. The Accident took place on . 30 just East of the . 69 Junction. According to the Story county Deputy sheriff Dean Drake Miller was driving a 1969 Chevrolet Enro Ute Home from it. Riley kan., when the Accident happened. The Driver of the truck owned by Wilson truck lines inc., Carthage mo., was Leroy Guthrie 39, Seneca to. He was not injured. Authorities estimate $500 damage to the trailer. The car was a total loss. An american whaling skipper discovered the Remote atoll of Nauru in the Pacific in 1798 and called it pleasant Island. Five Young people arrested in a drug raid Here Friday appeared in municipal court today with their attorneys. All cases were continued to july 23. Only Joyce Elaine Duhr 21, Clinton charged with frequenting an illegal House waived her right to a preliminary hearing. Her trial has been set for july 23 at to . She is being represented by attorney James Brewer. Brewer also represents Gary Smith 19, Burlington charged with illegal Sale of stimulant or depressant drugs whose preliminary hearing set for july 23 at la . Jane Lois Mead 19, Cedar rapids charged with illegal Possession of narcotics will appear with her attorney John Vasey of Nevada for a preliminary hearing july 23 at 2 . Preliminary hearing for Richard Stephen Jenkins 20, Cedar rapids who faces two separate charges of Sale of stimulant or depressant drugs and a charge of Possession of marijuana has been set for july 23 at 3 . A search warrant hearing to determine whether materials taken from Jenkins May be used As evidence will be held july 9 at 10 30 . Jenkins is represented by Jerry Jones. Paul David Heiser 20, Waterloo charged with keeping an illegal House wiil appear for his preliminary hearing july 23 at 4 . He is represented by attorney Mike Sexton. The five were arrested about 6 . Friday in a trailer court on South Duff ave. Ames addresses for Heiser and Jenkins were listed As no. Schools unite the first two school districts reorganizations since 1967 reduced the Iowa High school districts from 455 to 453. The Roland and Story City school districts became the Roland Story City school District. The other consolidation is Between the present Garrison consolidated District and the Vinton Community school District. Perry l. Uhl and James l. Robinson will be the respective superintendents of the two new districts. David Gilliland consultant on reorganization in the department of Public instruction added that 25 reorganization feasibility studies including 60 school districts have been under Way during the past year. The ten rec of Madagascar a relative of the shrew and hedgehog is covered with spines and Rolls up into a tight Ball when attacked. 25, 409 South Duff ave. Smiths Ames address was Given As no. 27, 409 South Duff. Addresses for both miss Mead and miss mar Tribune tues., july i 1969 Duhr were listed As 226 Franklin ave. All defendants have been re leased on Bond. Younkers wonder wheel exercising fun removes stomach bulge 5.95 Only the amazing new wonder wheel will firm up stomach Hack wrist and Muscles the first week. Used daily it will take inches from your Waistline. Easy to use Complete with instructions. Dry cleaning specials tuesday through saturday sports Oats men s amp ladies Slacks sweaters 68c dry i m i i i dry cleaners Lincoln Way amp Walnut the Best of care for better near open 7 . 8 . 232-2952 at 13th St. Amp sponsored by the Ames Jaycees carnival amp rides t Parade softball i games i starts thursday july 3rd, in 13th Street Park. Lots of rides and fun for Tho whole family Parade View the 4th of july Parade As it goes Down main Street at 10 00 am., july 4th. Softball tournament Don t miss Tho softball tournament on Tho Diamond next to the carnival site Battle of the bands hear the bands at they compete in the a Battle of Tho bands fireworks galore bring the entire family to 13th Street Park on the 4th. There la be plenty to do and see spend a Safe and enjoyable 4th with the Jaycees at the big Celebration. Conclude the Day with fantastic fireworks display Battle of the bands enjoy lunch at a Jaycee stand fireworks donated by Ames merchants mum Mauai f n Chi cow us a ice to portrait living color portrait sponsored by the Ames Jaycees

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