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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Ames, Iowa A pts four Mes daily Tribune monday. June 5 19 44 Ames daily Tribune published daily except sunday by the Ames daily Tribune times co. 317 fifth Street Ames Iowa a Good time is anticipated by All w. 8. Rupe publisher Hollis j. Nordyke business manager entered As second class matter at the Post office at Ames la. The act of july 16, 1914. Under official paper of Story county and the City of Ames subscription rates City Carrier weekly. I .201 Story adjoining counties mail 13 weeks 31.50 Story adjoining counties six months 32.50 Story adjoining counties one year $5.00 Iowa outside above counties six months $3.00 Iowa outside above counties one year$6,00 outside of Iowa one year .$7.00 All subscriptions must be paid in Advance. Service will be discontinued at Date of expiration unless renewed. Members of Iowa daily press Assn. Story City by Olive Holm St. Petri l. D. R. Will meet n n n n n n Nunn the St. Petri l. D. R. Will meet on tuesday evening at seven thirty two strikes it is natural Ilia after All the controversy Over the Montgomery Ward Case the government dealing with strikes in War industries should now be followed with closer attention. It might be interesting then to compare procedure in the Ward Case with that in Hie recent strike of Detroit foremen. Attorney general Biddie in his Ward Case argument echoed the presidents assertion that wards was engaged in War work. In a later dispute involving a similar firm the Chicago District w a labor Board ruled thai the scars Roebuck amp co. Mail order House in Minneapolis should not be classed As essential to the War Effort. Or. Biddie stated that a after the machinery of the web is flouted by either employees or employer the president must support the order of the there is no need to rehash inc Ward Case a recourse to orderly court procedure by either party probably would have avoided the whole thing. \ it both sides were impatient. One Day after the 13-Day Ward strike had ended the attorney general and an assistant to the Secretary of commons moved in on the presidents Garde with soldiers and a men. Now consider the foremen a strike. That was 20 Days old when it ended. It began because the National labor relations Board refused to order employees to bargain with the foremen. The web had twice ordered the foremen Back to work. Their president Robert h. Keyes told the National web that a we do not relish tins strike we do not think it i Trot from in the Church lounge with Evelyn a patriotic standpoint but frankly we cannot blame anyone Gabrilson As hostess and Dora but the government which failed to take Steps to remedy j Swenson in charge of inc program. Was that not a flouting the web according Ai Quot Quot Grace ladies Aid to or. Biddies definition but then were no presidential or meet8 wednesday Ders. No soldiers reversed the Ward procedure Aud carried mesdames Hans s. Nelson Leon the foremen Hack into their plants. Instead web chairman a re Johnson Clarence h. Ran and William h. Davis talked to or. To Xii like a patient dutch Clarence Sowers will entertain the Uncle a Lyon can twin. If von insist on going on the strike Trace ladies Aid so Ltd to it on eds t mesday afternoon at three of clock. Will be broken. My. Neill my no a will de a web labor member promised that ills group would As Villous and mrs Andrew j. Abrading the responsibility of seeing to it that the employers Hanson the program would recognize Tho foremen s bargaining rights As against that did not move Hie strikers. Neither did statement by Navy Secretary Forrest Al and undersecretary of War Patterson that the strike affecting 60,000 workers was endangering soldiers lives. Guest Day on thursday after Thev did not return until general Arnold chief of the no Ltd Lune my army air forces told them that their ssi Rike had already Cost fat to , paid a. I a i will i the guest speaker. Program 250 fighter planes on the eve of our most critical War opera starts at thro of clock and the Tion. Hostesses Are mesdames Luther s. The foremen a strike is not the Only recent one in Deli Wendenon. H. Dale Louis Bantu of web orders a simply offer its Brief history in u of by Carlson a it Ert. Henry a w j i. Ii. Son. P. C. Do Home. Cd j. Halland. Contrast to the Ward of Lair. As evidence that the government s a ,., e. E. Landlord and Joel Jacobson Standard of penalties is too often with the Emer _ pencils involved. Modern Madonna f Ems guest Day at St. Petrie a the next regular meeting of the St. Petri ladies Aid society will he the aids birthday party and backstage Iowa politics by Paul r. Bumbarger Iowa daily pres writer Des Moines la., i opa a i most amusing aspect of the re i publican primary was the multiple backs lapping resulting from the difficult to predict in Advance nature of the governor and lieutenant governor races. Apart from the quirks of human nature that always have made getting on a bandwagon popular there Are those who like to be on intimate terms with a Winner for professional reasons. The boys had to cover considerable territory making certain the winners were included in their glad handing. No wounds unless an unexpected eleventh hour upheaval shakes the Earth there will be no necessity for any wound Healing lag in political activity immediately following the primary. There will probably be a lapse because of the wartime difficulty of sustaining Public interest. In politics for a week or two not to mention Over the Long pull of the months separating the present from the nov. 7 general election. What they watch when the primary returns Are in students of politics will try to a Analyse the effectiveness of lie it. Gov. Robert d. Blue s a step by step Quot Campaign publicity offered As a qualification for the governorship the importance of the women s vote in wartime who gets it and Why the strength of a party organization under War conditions effect of a publicity play favourable to Blue and Hugh by. Lundy candidate for Republican nomination for lieutenant governor in the motor truck news published by the Iowa motor truck association effect of labor endorsements Given Henry Vav. Burma candidate for Republican nomination for governor and Lundy and significance of Burma s endorsement of gov Tom Dewey of new York for president a Bowles Mission Iowa via it of big soft voiced Chester Bowles National opa administrator probably accomplished its purpose of fostering a better feeling on the part of state Farmers toward the Federal Agency. A practical businessman in the. Advertising Field. Bowles is no dreamy eyed visionary. Fuehrer s face is nazi bait after Hen Liiv up a pm u attn a Dot t us to it i to Ilia it alertly Hie that would reveal pc Titiner it it i in Matt a Snipes Alf Pica Usu Bernard Bushel of in n a us army pm its to amt window of House in Cassino dating sit ret to Street Pattie Lei that Eity Way a press squeezed ill. Confer in e was t can to Rush him concern was expressed by Des Moines District office opa personnel about getting Bowles from i n v staff bits both Lieut. Gov. Robert to Blue and speaker Henry Vav. Burma candidates for Republican nomination for governor say they ave no aspirations to run Foj the in s. Senate gov. John Bricker of Ohio reports that i Las added some iowans to a tonal convention delegates pled cd to . _ it remains to by seen whether this will retard a expected Rush to climb on thi Dewey bandwagon Bricker if a Washington column by Peter Edson Nea staff correspondent opponents of publicly financed housing not wanting the gov eminent to Cut in As Competition on what it Hopes Wall by a postwar building Boom sometimes state then objections in this easy formula i. There will be 39,000.000 families in the United states when tile War is Over. 2. The new Beal has maintained that one third of the nation mrs. Eve is ill housed. 3. Theoretically it would require or ii Keith Edson 13,000,000 new or rehabilitated dwellings to meet the housing shortage. 4. Since average Cost of government housing including land Street and facilities has been $5000 per unit it would Cost the taxpayers $65,000,000,000 to build housing for the underprivileged one third of the population who can to afford to pay rents that will give private builders a fair return. There is one big Fallac y to this line of argument. Though the government has paid out Money to build temporary War housing it has never shelled out to build under the Low rent slum clearance programs. What it has done is lend funds at interest for construction by local housing authorities the Cost to the government being confined to tile payment of a subsidy to cruet operating deficits. Tinder the present Law urns Sui it now actually amount full program was never carried Ltd Ives these subsidies have Cost the even so it is argued by opposer Ness of having Uncle Sam pay pal wrong because it provides compost of providing Sheller for a profit. My interests believe that Public to it such terrific losses that All Public from which it can never recover. The Nib family reunion will be held in the Jewell Park on sunday june 4. Or. And mrs. T. N. Nelson and family moved this week to Boone where the former has accepted a position As county agent. Or Nelson Bas very efficiently served As vocational agriculture instructor in our schools for the past few years or. W. Born has purchased j their horn1 and moved into it Oil june 1st. Ret Anderson and Chil Aud Carol Dee Are visiting two weeks with the husband and father who is stationed at North Camp Hood Gatesville Texas. But. Ansel Swenson of fort Mcclellan Alabama has been enjoy inc a ten Day furlough Here with his wife and Little son Louis Olson returned tuesday from Minneapolis where she visit cd her brother and wife i of and i a Young italian Mother driven from Minturn when Battle raged through the town is pictured feeding her baby on her Lap upon tier return to the town when Allis captured it. She and hundreds of other civilian refugees will be cared for by Allied military government. Gettes George in he Carl Johnson t. M. Holm de Sevald Guy Rod. And Stanton James. Committee on seating and piano a j. Henryson chairman Orville Olson Carl Malone and a has. E. Johnson radio programs klan n t u Knose ills schedule was crowded and 1 the capital to affixes on tit his time in Iowa Short which i a a a iou know we cant Glt May explain absence of any con faster than 35 Miles an hour with Sid Erable Bowles expounding on a Bowles of Alt people far publication question and ans j member quipped wer basis. There was some feeling among the press that Bowles Buck passers stuck to planned prose when. District opa administrator Wal i waging an Active Campaign Milt speaking for publication because ter a Kline jarred a laugh from of a fear of stubbing his toe on Iowa opa personnel gathered to ticklish regional farm problems hear Bowles when he reminded his it is difficult for an administrator audience that it presented quite of a National program to have an an array of a Buck passers sex intimate detailed knowledge of tending irom local Hoard members conditions in a single area. Any to the National administration Barr Keshlear of Shenandoah former state Commerce commis s loner in charge. Pull does no to open the door to Success nearly As Well As Jud pushing ahead. Woi 640 tuesday t immemorial Day observances memorial Day win observed Here on tuesday with the customary exercises. The program started with the Parade Ai on1 fifteen p. A. Beaded by the local legionnaires March to the cemetery for the ritual an the decorations of veterans grave following held at tile was Given fat of March Parade it 15�?down on the f 7 his new a 7 Lite Matins 7 a Musie shop 8 30�?ne a a 35�?music shop 8 Mark t i to Ile tins g 00�?homemaker a Martha Duncan 9 Job Market bulletins a 45�?favorite melodies i ii ooh news 0q$�?book club a Luthe glib it 3o�?mid-Morniag markets ii St a children a Corner 11 15�?famous Short stories i h a r y is Lutc a to $28,000,000 a year Only $9,000,000 a year because the out. To Date 1934 to 1943, include taxpayers $25,000,000. Its of Public housing that this Busi it of the rent Check for the poor is Ilion for the people in the business Many private real estate and Bank Morary War housing will involve housing will be Given a Black Eye Chris o. Darwin la the Cai m a tis the re. Mrs no e Home from i recently sub oration and i Rev and and daughter me of Mayville to a w a ii Aion to a in to in opel v. In Iii program Quot As where the address t ii Rev. My Ria y Allan pastor of Hie Ames Cong Gat tonal Church. Selections were Given by the boy s quartet and the girl s St met and the High school band. Mayor in o. U Ili bams pit sided at Tho program. Woi players elect new student officers Ion National farm and Home Houi Ion Woi song Parade i Noonday new ply farm facts min midday music Ute closing Market Orji a in m Xii it s. Hit s Tat re i it urn k in 15�? i. I a i s Mush final s music state Hoe to w in j j olm a advocates of Public housing Ureno to so sure for Blandford or. He is the smart Young budget Bureau official who inherited All the mistakes of 16 assorted government housing agencies when they were rec i game tel into the one National housing Agency two years ago and he became its administrator. Blandford s first principle is that a housing is predominantly a Job for private Enterprise and any other approach is unworkable and Star housing encompasses Proser traction mortgage insurance and the an Bank system in addition Hee and Low interest rate Mort it needs of Low income groups us Andin can Heflin dim newly Al a the Woi i ii in i n Eai Bai i w slut officers at Iowa state ii Dorothy me the r it i or his program for j. My the Federal housing admit credit reserves of the Federal Home i to creating new forms of credit insure gages to enable private builders to or 1 Iii ted id mrs. Leslie e son Andy i urn. A. I. In k j Are loved v in res in the or. W loved june residence i Deuce in born St to tile Rich they t pure i. D it prom a i Tov whom they cannot build in but even when agreement on insurance companies and inc is interest Blandford believes the by riders can do. Below those putative Field for Public bom no Salvage Calendar my make a p a a u u e will be i lit believe i cached w Ith by profitable it inuits to what there is a n Banks ates of private income cd Alay done to forget. All waste Materiel Wilt be needed before this War min Erick the army it new Mexico religious Servi summer series on sunday it county chairmen f. E. Bean a a ame mrs Roger Hopkins. Colo 18 Over. Waste paper sell to junk j Quot Quot a dealer give to boy scout or girl j # barbs scouts or bundle together Aud him by garbage Cam and collectors will j Quot or Quot to 11111,1 take it. I Ore and More people Are see j my red the sunburn on thet vie in con i in i a it evening hut in open air a it he summer a each Slinda on cent Ive w a i it kit a >0, Ever i us. T \ e e Prest Pion vice president flirt Washington Secre scr Juanita Alberski. Stud recorder to on Sheldon. In is a club Organ renting radio plays and interest in radio drama member of the players to have taken part in Calhoun Clayton Iago 111 a s i it Lorraine ban Guy be Horary Ville to. Elaine jes a Rowena Lincoln a \ k Ell ii m ill Lei gel. and ref is in Phi ii who 1040 monday night i plays Ai i run by s Ich i is v i i Manly Arn a Janet or of itch bus ii rely Diekman cant lilt Ltd dudgeon i Amos n a Shoal it duals us tin Mina Chat i ii tin cans lean and flatter and take to receiving depot Back of coi Exiaa theater on fifth St waste fats sell to any meat Market. Rags sell to junk dealer. Iron farm scrap badly needed sell to junk dealer sacks grocers h p unable to furnish As Many backs As in the friends. When a tire biota these Days its left Flatland has nothing on the Holder of an a a a Coupon. Under the new income tax Law 30,000,000 will be relieved of any further computations or As most of us remember it complications. Louis Danielson hat huh through August 27lb, the Pic Grams Start at o clock and a Beld in the Park except in care of met Feather when the services a held in the Community Hall the following otic1 Ami Coin Mitt Are staving for the ear general promotion chairman revs. T. Nelson vice chairman George in be Secre Ary treasurer Rev. W. F Ulrich committee of loud speaker and volume control i i ii i ill Ort sues i aug i Glen Ellyn in maker de e Smitti Kis i Ann Bai to. A a. Grand a by Afley i and Marian a i Gertrud ii a v Hebert George Bhut in Martha j atle Maxine Binna Wallace Teaga ,.a. Loan i by hard w Wilcox Adel /.tmmerman, Chicago 111. A climaxing a triumphant ten weeks personal appearance at ban Francisco a bal Talcum metro Gold in Mayer a latin american baritone Carlos Ramirez has re turned to Hollywood a Ivor a. Buy War Bonds pay 3, get 4 be w la i Hob Burlingame sonar Hows a lesion i Hadley u 4 n w a. Soon. Lake to Coo a a Arf and hoi n $ Sis \ v is s of the world 3 it Quot a v v Bob Burlingame 4 5 a news la. V. A ten born i 00 a vat Cade of Anion to Howa a won Quot a to Cotton re Barlow Orth. I .00�?o re t. B i hard Crooks sing Fronsue me hone hour 16�? kid in Ftp o Litiza a. Nut a fleas i Sophei Morley Ute i hour n ret or. I hold Schmidt in from i Tenaha i o of a Fred we ring in new s Bob Burlingame i y War service billboard i to in a v in j. I i a Paine Kent Soto National 1350 monday night .10�? i a varieties commentator d the town i 5�? b Poi i in a 5� new to tilt a i i a 1 t a a mystery to i Ftp pm is us Van in Lei lain % i less night i i of a i to s us Bara Cuddy t 7 30 a Aiga v k a a Ornis cd n Melles Rev be f 55�? Bui i to Ward i Eniy be w s $ ooh has i to theat r for we Al to Etta Young and it son j is in Quot Jane i n rent i apis it Renu return of 3 0 a Blond a lit on Fenny Singleton Nim i my a new i it i % news i to 3 o Kab i a it fart Tew Pic f of k unt will Vive Teplit of. Kit mid j uni ution and Miler View Gas the clean economical fuel gives you a better easier cooking hot water for health and cleanliness through Dayi of War Ami Dave of 1 peace the trend to Gas for better living continues. Even Bough Gas is luring used today to an unprecedented degree in our War plants. There a still enough Gas available for All essential civilian uses. The record of the Gas Industry in helping to meet our National crisis is proof that the shortest path to that a blight new world of the future lies through intelligent far seeing and continuous cooperation of All three principal Ekonomn groups management labor and the Fanner. Still a Nom a ranges Aud automatic Gal mater until St available to All eligible bursts under mint la liberalised see us tot Complete detail now. Kwh elect big Light Ano Power company Iowa owned

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