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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1932, Ames, Iowa A a buy better in Ames ambs daily Tribune times Ames Iowa thursday August 4, 1932. Page five woman offers to plead guilty on fraud charge Des Moines up a identified in court by four person a the woman who had cashed bogus veterans disability checks at their filling stations mrs. Harriett Franck was held to the grand jury wednesday. Bond of $2,00b was not approved. Mrs. Franck admitted her operations in the court room and offered to plead guilty. Police said she implicated nine others in a counterfeiting ring which had cashed a several hundreds checks for $12 each. Mrs. Frocks a held specifically on a charge of forging a $12 disability allowance Check at a baiter la., filling station july is. Appearing against her were Raymond Baker Searsboro la., Fred Hubbard Montezuma la., Lowell Coburn Malcolm la., and George Martinson Grinnell la. Winter demands worry agencies social workers study future problems social service agencies of Central Iowa Are making careful preparations for the greatest Winter of Relief needs in the history of welfare work As great concern prevails Over the demands expected universally upon Public Charity. Miss Lucile Fulk executive Secretary of the Story county social service league reported wednesday a conference of social workers and county supervisors from nine counties held last week in Boone. One of the chief topics was the welfare work for next Winter. Housing medical care food Relief transients non residents and work Relief were subjects about which there is greater concern in some counties where Public poor funds Are drained. County funds in every one of the nine counties represented Are already in the red miss Fulk reported some of them deeply. Labor for Relief the confers were unanimous in their belief that persons receiving social service Agency Relief should be Given the Opportunity to work for it and that it was a duty of the county governments to provide such work wherever possible to be paid for in various forms of Relief As administered from county funds. The example of Hamilton county in the recent floods wag cited. The county gave work to scores of indigent men with families in cleaning up after the flood the work paying for the Relief these families were receiving from county funds. Handling of food budgets for families was an important topic and miss Fulk outlined to the conference the Story county policy of concentrating Aid to a family in its food budget rather than providing for Only part of that item part of housing part of clothing needs Etc. Miss Fulk believes that if a family is adequately provided with food it is far More Able to work out the problems without discouragement and in More satisfactory manner than of there continued to exist a family food problem. Transient problem the transient problem is truly a major one for All Relief agencies the workers agreed. They found that where the social Agency a recon in t regarding transients was in practice the amount of Relief expended in this category was much less than otherwise. The agreement which is rapidly being adopted by social agencies thru out the country is that an Agency will not Send on a transit it person or family to another town or Community without first ascertaining if they will be accept Cepter and cared for on arrival. That policy is one which Bas caused widespread criticism of social workers because of the difficulty transients have in obtaining food and temporary shelter. But it is the Only method by which Charity funds May be conserved for local resident families. In Many communities where transients Hare been indiscriminately cared for and passed on without investigation Relief funds have calling a special session of the leg been drained and local Relief work i Slature this Spring to Aid Farmer Gilbert Man aids in arrest Gilbert a. D. Kent of ii heft noted the License number of the car in which . Harriett Francks made he getaway after she had passed a counterfeit government veterans compensation Check Here. He sent the number to the United states Treasury department and notice was issued for her arrest. She was apprehended recently in Unionville mo., and it is expected Federal charges will be filed shortly at Ottumwa. A letter from the Treasury department tuesday thanked or. Kent for his work saying that the License number was the principal Factor in the apprehension of the woman who Bas been passing the checks in a Large territory. Herring wild halt Road work democratic nominee opens Campaign Tabor be it Clyde l. Herring opened his democratic gubernatorial Campaign wednesday with a plea that Iowa s Road building program be suspended pending better times and the Money be diverted to reduce general property taxes. Herring of Des Moines was nominated by the democratic party at the jute primary he accused gov. Dan w. Turner of taking to himself credit for reduction of governmental expenditures which he claimed belonged to the legislature for passing the Elliott Bill which Cut this year s levies 5 per cent under those of last year he appealed directly tor boil Tion of the mandatory tax levies of 17 Mills tor county programs required by Law which he said would save from $12,000,000 to $14,000,000 annually in county taxes. Herrings speech a a plea for tax reduction and governmental Economy and an attack on the record of governor Turner. The governor erred he said in not giving the legislature last year a definite plan for tax reduction and in not where one died 16 were wounded in labor riot % the 0 Rny i amp f so a re \ my v a a v a a a x it. To 4 the scene of the Battle the dam under construction on the Illinois River at Marseilles 111. Several Hundred unemployed men who objected to the hiring of non Union labor on the project Are alleged to have attacked the Job superintendent. They were fired on by armed workmen and 17 were wounded one fatally. R How wives settled British Trade problems i will be elected k. Of p. Chancellor Des Moines us a a. T. S. Rath of Ackley will be elected Chancellor of the Iowa knights of pythias at the election in connection with the state convention wednesday. He is unopposed for the office. Rath was vice Chancellor last year. A. F. Sensing of Muscatine will succeed Rath As vice Chancellor officials said. Two candidates have been nominated for prelate l. H. Rohde of Nashua and d. A. Seaman of Cherokee. Selection of a keeper of records and Seal will be from the nominations of Ward Ferguson of Des Moines and j. W. Hunter of Newton. Treasurer nominees Are w. B. Webster of Wellman w. W. Lawler of North English and f. T. Metcalf of Pleasantville. It it offers resignation Burlington us a capt. Raymond h. Wright City solicitor has has suffered. Bigger and bigger the transient is rapidly becoming a bigger and bigger problem As thousands of families Are taking to the Road sex soldiers embark on treks to Washington boys and often girls take to the highways in search of adventure constituting in the aggregate a vast army of indigent wanderers travelling about the country from coast to coast obtaining their sustenance by any manner or Means at their command. Two transients have Cost Story county $250 in the past month. Miss Fulk stated. One buffered an attack of appendicitis and had to submit to an immediate operation to save Bis life. Another was a youth killed by falling under a freight train at Maxwell. He lived for a few hours in a Nevada Hospital. There were about 50 county Oft Cera and social workers attending the conference. Story county a represented by miss Fulk tin three county supervisors Oscar Twedt Oley storing and Sam Hanson and by Sam Steigerwalt county Engineer. The counties represented Wero Story. Polk Boone Greene Dallas Hardin Hamilton Webster and Guthrie. 1 987 rookies get taste of life in Uncle same a army Des Moines up a Drill 8er-Geants imparted the fundamentals wednesday to 987 recruits from Iowa Missouri and Minnesota who arrived at fort Des Moines for 30 Days of military training. The a a rookies Are attending the annual citizens military training Camp. Tuesday they were clothed in uniform Given physical examination and assigned to companies. Wednesday they were taught what to do when the command of a a a tens Hunt is Given and were marched to the Parade grounds where the oath of allegiance was administered. For 30 Days they will do a squads rights and learn How to shoot and take care of an army Rifle. Burdened w Ith taxes. He said that he had prepared a plan for state operation which would reorganize the departments of state Cut out hundreds of employees and save thousands of dollars to taxpayers. Mortgage company sues equitable of n. Y. For $2,888,206 Des Moines it us it a suits total Long $2,888,206.36 were on file wednesday by the Collins mortgage company of Cedar rapids against the equitable life Assurance society of new York. The latest action was filed in Polk county District court tuesday in which the Cedar rapids con Cern seeks to recover $1,325,568 58. Previous a suit had been filed in Winnebago county for $1,562, 637.78. The Collins company charges that the defendant company purchased the Collins a assets Good will business and on november i 1931, but has refused to carry out the contract. Killed by Auto Davis City up a Arthur Hubbard 8, was killed late tuesday when he was struck by an automobile when he jumped from the buggy in which he was liking into the path of the car. A get automobile Wras driven by a Rutledge of Chicago. A zisk1 Gay continues is nominated for congressional race by Iowa democrats mount pleasant up a democrats of the first District will vote in november for Edward c. Elcher of Washington for Congress. Etcher was nominated by the District convention tuesday to Settle a four Man race which was left in dispute when none of the candidates received a 35 percent vote at the primary. Eicher a lawyer is 54 years old a graduate of the Chicago University Law school he was a Burlington Railroad attorney for to years. 4b1 Quot More troubles for family of unemployed Man Des Moines us a the Trou Blea which put John Nordquist in jail for 34 Days for defying the municipal court were just beginning wednesday it appeared As municipal Bailiff e. L. Brookins served notice on the Nordquist family to vacate their Home in 24 hours. On july 27 a court order for removal was carried out by officers but unemployed friends of Nordquist moved the furniture Back into the House. The defy of the court Brot 34 Days in jail for Nordquist. The Isis Stylet it Peg top pants and Button shoes Are coming Back this fall the cloth Over a cup of Tea while their eminent husbands debate Trade policies at the British Imperial economic conference in Ottawa can., wives of the delegates Settle the whole problem. They Are left to right mrs. J. H. Thomas wife of the British dominions Secretary mrs. Stanley Baldwin wife of the head of the British delegation and mrs. Walter Runciman wife of the noted British Trade expert. The photo w As taken in chateau Laurier Ottawa where delegates and their wives Are residing. A please go a Way and let me sleep vol. A ii a a Iii hot Sun and warn soft sea Sand and of yes a couple of big Bath towels that a the recipe for a Nice Long Lazy afternoon As approved by these two Young women at Virginia Beach a. Franklin twp. I i dim. 1 Avni i Incus Ida business hoi coming a a cum obtain u 7ablt Clarinda Banks to lug designers say. Bringing some Bren Rev a Froni depositors has of Tho 1915 business along with 1 a hued for another week. I them we Bop special to the Tribune times. Franklin twp., aug 2�?mr. J. C. Duvall and Donald Hunter both of Ames were dinner guests sunday at the Home of or. Hunters parents or. And mrs. E. J. Hunter. Miss Abble Rainbolt of Gilbert mrs. Ruben Benn and mrs. Harve Crawford helped mrs. Floyd Bennett Cook for threshers wednesday. The misses Charlotte and Lucille Ferguson of Napier Are spending several weeks with the Roy Grierson family. Robert and Donna Finch of Milford township spent last week at the Home of their grandmother mrs. S. N. Kingsbury. Or. And mrs. Herbert Dage of Ames moved last week to the House on the mrs. S. S. Stone farm where the former la employed. Or. And mrs. Gerald Tripp were dinner guests sunday at the Home of the former a brother George at Napier. Miss Margret Reilly returned to her Home thursday after spending several Days at the Home of her Friend miss Florence Mesita. Mrs. Ralph Briley mrs. A. S. Reilly mrs. E. J. Hunter and mrs. Frank Bro Meyer attended a Bridge club thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. W. T. Barr North of Ames. Or. And mrs. William Stone. Mar. Jorie and Mary june and mrs. S. S. Stone and Willard were dinner guests sunday of the c. W. Walker family at Colo. Miss Lucille Ferguson of Napier spent sunday night and monday at the Herman Grabau Home. Mrs. Nels Askelson of Holland Dale minn., spent last week at the Home of her brother Jim Jenkins and sister mrs. Fred Mcgrath. Mrs. John Wakefield of Ames and the misses Emma Polly and Maud Wakefield of Gilbert helped mrs. Floyd Wakefield Cook for threshers thursday. Mrs. A. S. Reilly and mrs. E. J. Hunter were dinner guests thursday at the Frank Mesha Home. This curious world Copulas the terror of african fiction stories run from men and attack Only when cornered or wounded. Amp kit a it is estimated that one Thunderbolt has ten times More horsepower than All the Power plants in the United 5 Wes. Only female Bumble bees live through the Winter. A ism by Mca Marcx. My. J-t5 4 in spite of the fact that a Thunderbolt is so enormous it Wol ild be Worth Only a few dollars at average Power prices because it lasts Only for an infinitesimal fraction of a second. Gorillas because of their physical strength and their resemblance to Man have played a prominent part in imaginative tale of the Jungle. And always that of the villain. Now that they a re becoming better known Many of the splotches have been erased from their character n Iii at do to Jim l have. Hem lactic kills files ants fleas Roaches and other insects costs Loc at your Jde Oler e lure to Mottio i co nets. I forwarded his resignation As commander of troop Kiowa National guard to the office of the adjutant general in Des Moines. Wright s resignation becomes effective sap tember 15, we Washington Ibi Centennial february 22nd to november 4th 1932 Stop at. The Copitas famous moderate Price hotel conveniently located just across from Union station Plaza hotel Continental a outside rooms sates with Bath �T�2?�to�5.sindle 4. To 47. Double without Bath �?�22f is Milf double special offer for two Days Only aug. 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