Ames Daily Tribune Times in Ames, Iowa
2 Oct 1936

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2 Oct 1936

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Ames Daily Tribune-Times (Newspaper) - October 2, 1936, Ames, Iowa Faoiz two local news mrs h l Lantz has returned to her Home from the College hos Pital where she was a patient for a few Days following a Toutsi Lectory George Allyn is making Satis factory from an operation to appendicitis performer wednesday at the College Hospital Paul Jones is recuperating sat Isact Orija from an operation per formed monday evening at the Mary Greeley Hospital or and mrs William Lawson Are parents of a daughter born Friday at the Mary Greeley hos Pital mrs Lawson was prior to her marriage miss Mona Shupe Dang the of or and mrs m w Shupe a son was born Friday at the Mary Greeley Hospital to or and mrs l e Smith mrs John r Gier arrived Early Friday morning from Minnesota where she has been visit ing her son and will spend a few Days Jnames with her son inlaw and daughter or and mrs Homer Daggett and Little daughter before returning to her Home in Conrad mrs boy Samuelson president of the Ames chapter business ind professional women club a cd miss Irene Sogard left Fri Day morning for Springfield 111 where they will attend the Nort Central regional conference of the National federation of business and professional Wom ens clubs the sessions Are be ing held from oct 2 to 4 inclusive meetings Are being held in the Abraham Lincoln hotel and Many interesting events Are being planned for the delegates or and mrs Milford Frons Dahl were recent guests in Slater in the Home of or fron Dabie Mother mrs Bertha Fronsdahl who has been ill a License to wed has been issued by the clerk of the District court at Nevada to Benja min a fetterhoff of Nevada and Hattie b Seifken of Ames both of Legal age out our was chinese found guilty in death of Jap officer Shanghai chinese sentenced to death Friday for the murder of Hideo Valcay Ama japanese naval warrant officer another defendant was acquitted chinese authorities anxious jest aut japanese elements sympathetic with the defendants should stage a demonstration warned them to remain quiet the japanese in anticipation of the courts decision had fortified heavily their settlement in Hong Kew after the verdict the Barri Cades were removed but the area still was patrolled heavily by Blue jackets meanwhile diplomatic negotiations Between Japan and China were not conducive to peace in North China the conversations Are reaching a critical stage despite japanese denials chinese sources understand that japanese Milittia its Are putting pressure on Gen eral Sung Che Yuan to consent to he abolition of the Semrau Nono Mous Council of the five Northern provinces in favor of individual autonomous states in View of the tension Between Tepan and China american naval officers ordered that to s sailors hould not enter the japanese settlement guards were stationed at Bridges leading to Hong Kew to see that the order was enforced t think ill take a wot after a hot supper a then sit by the 6jowin fire till Gash Loo kit th1 firewood the Cook chopped wed o Beem x out of Luck toni6ht if he had had to com6 thru a c16 Forest to to tors wordless by Williams it the Forest Saver to Wallace praises 1c introducing new fall shades saturday regular 85c shoes four Are killed in Omaha Blaze Omaha neb lie flames which gutted the Interior of a Small Frame cottage Here shortly before Midnight fatally burned four persons three dying in the Blaze and the fourth succumbing several hours later mrs Mary Dingeldein 62 her daughter mrs Helen Barowsky 24 a deaf mute and her one year old daughter Dorothy were found beneath charred blankets on their bed by firemen it was believed that they Haj Peen asphyxiated by Coal Oil an Oil Heater they hid Appan silly not awakened investigators said firemen found Dorothy nestled in the Crook of her mothers Arm mrs Dingel Deins husband George 63 badly burned was Able to give Only an incoherent account of the fire he died at a Hospital Dairy cattle Congress gets record crowd Waterloo termed by Veteran observers the largest in exposition history at tended the Dairy cattle Congress Here thursday state Day the Gates were closed to automobiles before noon As thousands of cars parked in improvised lots to the South and East of the grounds the Climax of the Day occurred at p m in the hippodrome when j d Conner or 83yearold Secretary of the american association of importers and breeders of belgian draft horses presented the Beautiful Honderick cup signifying the Best horse in the show to Charles a Wentz sons up per Sandusky o for Irondale Campaign salvos Pittsburgh Knox Republican candidate came be Frank Vic presidential to Pittsburgh thursday night for a rendezvous with Pennsylvania to reiterate his charge that no Rife insurance pol icy is secure no savings account Safe Knox spoke before 5000 persons at Duquesne gardens within a few new York be Louis t Mcfadden 60 Canton a who twice sought the impeachment of presi Dent Hoover while serving in con Gress died thursday night the former president of the Pennsylvania Bankers association who served 20 years As Republican representative from Pennsylvania was preparing again to Campaign for a seat in Congress he lost two years ago to a Democrat c Elmer Dietrich he was stricken thursday at a u Beatrice neb o sen George w Norris candidacy for reelection carried the endorsement Friday of a leading figure in the Roosevelt administration Secre tary of agriculture Henry a Wai lace speaking before an audience of about 1000 persons Many of them Farmers Wallace digressed from his discussion of the farm prob Lem to Praise the record of Norris the Farmers and their families of Nebraska the workers in its Mills and factories and the Over whelming majority of business men owe an everlasting debt of gratitude to sen Norris Wallace said the whole Midwest and the nation owe a debt to him the Secretary was dressed about like Many of the Farmers in the audience and his remarks about farm Loans and farm insurance Drew frequent applause from his audience Farmers he said have a sacred duty of feeding the nation and the consumer has the duty of protecting the Farmer blocks of the democratic rally ad1 we was Sancken thursday at a dressed by hotel Widero and his wife and dressed by president Roosevelt Philadelphia o the Constitution of the philippine Commonwealth was offered to Ameri can voters Friday by sen Arthur Arcadia ind Reserve Mare was Imogene supreme shown by e a Cudahy or Aurora 111 Wentz showed the three Best far eur grand Champion stallion Vandenburg of Michigan As an sex the grand Champion Mare was ample of what president Roose Jeannine Clifford Eller velt has officially certified meets Champion his notion of a Republican form of government and Abill or rights speaking before a rally of the Republican women of Pennsylva i at the hospitals w i Mary Greeley William Law son mrs l e Smith College Hunter Bruce Montgomery George Allyn h l Lantz Phillip Bergner Richard div Orth a better ice Cream better because of its soft smooth Tex Ture the a always uniform Evi Dence of Rich pure Cream and skillful mixing ice Cream specials Cal try hutok2zn Gage Vanilla stallions and Eller took honors for the Best Mare Trio grand Champion Guernsey cow honors were awarded to merits Rosebud Twoy Earold shown by Wey acres Thiensville wis the Junior Champion Guernsey Heifer was exhibited by Hanks Brothers Winnebago Minn Wey acres showed the Champion three year old Guernsey and the Best four year old and get Osire class was exhibited by High Croft farm Way Zata Minn aged cow Young Herd produce of dam and a r get of sire honors went to Boulder Bridge farm Excelsior Minn the Wey acres Guernsey Dairy Herd was rated Best Lancaster College boy of ally Hurst farm Delavan wis was adjudged the senior and grand Champion Brown Swiss Bull turds Bridge farms new Milford Conn put the Best Junior Brown Swiss Bull in the ring or w w per son Des Monea showed the Best two year old and senior yearling hulls in the Swiss show and Fox Wood farm Wasco 111 had the Best three Earold Allenhurst had the Best Swiss Junior yearling Bull and the winning Heifer calf Voe Geli Brothers Monticello won the one year Heifer class Man 0 War Progress or owned by Maytag Dairy farm and Henry hours and son Norwood Minn took senior and Gruic championship Holstein Bull Hen 9rs the Best Junior Holstein Bull was exhibited by the Wisconsin Board of control Madison May tag Dairy farms Newton la showed the Best Holstein Hull calf Elmwood farms Deerfield 111 showed the Best senior yearling Holstein Bull and the Junior Champion Holstein Heifer and Maytag farms and m and f Bell Inger and co Plain City 0 showed the Best two year old the Best aged Bull was from the Wisconsin Board of control Herd h 0 Lar son Dike la won the Heifer calf and yearling classes the grand Champion Bird of the International waterfowl Exposi Tion and the american poultry Congress was an English Type fowl exhibited by Harry Williamson Dubuque la the Best waterfowl was exhibited by m q Howe Cedar Falls la the Best Bantam by Lloyd Mitchell Eldora la and tie Best Mediterranean Typo fowl by Williamson c l Wilson Willlams hirer la Tock first place in the Dairy cattle Congress butter judging con teat e p Vernand Volga City la was second and Albert harms Oelwein la was third Nia thursday night Vandenberg the responsibility of passing on the document after it Hack been written he said governor general a son t w Mcpadden were stay ing on a Short visit they were with him last night when he died of coronary thrombosis at the hos Pital for crippled and ruptured u s buying dollars Paris Lar american Banks were buying dollars Friday at 2125 francs and pounds at 10575 francs Yankees swamp giants 18 to 4 from Onei giant Moore struck out bar Tell struck out Terry hit Ball Over second base for single Leiber world dirty on aboard Airship Hinden Borg up Germany Queen of the air sped thru North Atlantic skies Friday hurtling three racing reporters towards Frank fort where they must arrive by sat Purtty a Midg to Esteb a Rome of representative at Manila no politic ten spa says Hill Nota Keither Des Moines Hill Iwa works Progress adar Iniestra 101 reiterated his opposition to politics on Relief projects Friday he had demoted a spa fore Man to timekeeper for discharging a worker who decorated his truck with Landon stickers this is Relief not Hill said there is no politics in Iowa neut us Raae Lor Finsie Jemuer Ott hit High Fly o Center Hill went to Leon thursday to investigate the discharge of John Lentz the trucker he interviewed both Lentz and Foreman Charles Wood afterwards he said was convinced Lentz had spent too much time discussing political subjects on government time in Lentz Hill warned him at a repetition of the complaint Whitehead hit Fly and Selkirk made would result charge in permanent Dis Ames Townsend club will meet the Ames Townsend club will meet at Friday evening in the music Pavilion at the City Park a Richmond a Man picked a Chicken in 40 seconds we Pride ourselves on a slightly bet Ter record made at the Beach this summer r new York stocks today St cold j their Derby new York following Are fridays noon closing bids on he new York Stock Exchange american can 124j4 locomotive 35vi american t and t 174mi Anaconda 3s t s v 78 Bethlehem steel 69 c and n w com 3 Jyh realer 123vi Corn products 69vi Dupont 162 electric general motors enter National Montgomery Ward 49 new York Pennsylvania r r Standard Oil of x j Studeb Fcker u s rubber u s steel electric of 3 j Field caught by Dimaggio two runs three hits no errors score Yankees 2 giants 0 second inning Yankees Selkirk Mal cd pow Ell drove Fly into right Field to of for out Lazzeri up Selkirk Caugh at second when Mancusso tossed to Whitehead Lazzeri walked Gomez struck out giants Mancusso walked into left Field catch again Wall Jackson hit High Fly Back o third base to Selkirk for second out Schumacher walked Moore up Gomez threw wild pitch Anc Mancuso scored and Schumacher went to third Moore hit pop Fly to Rolfe one run no hits no errors third inning Yankees Crosetti drove liner Over Jacksons head for single Rolfe walked Dimaggio bunted to Jackson who muffed pickup Jack son charged with error Dimaggio with sacrifice bases loaded Schu Macher taken out of game Smith went in Gehrig drove Ball Over terrys head scoring Crosetti and Rolfe putting Dimaggio on third and Gehrig on first Dickey hit liner for single Selkirk filed out Powell walked Smith went off Mound and Kauffman wont in Lazzeri up hit Long drive into right Field deck for Home run scoring Gehrig Dimaggio and Powell Gomez struck out Crosetti hit Bounder to shortstop who tossed to first for the out giants Bartell walked Terry struck out Seibei struck out Ott hit High Fly Back of third base caught by Rolfe seven runs four hits one error score Yankees 9 giants 1 fourth inning Rolfe hit to Hoffman who threw to first for out Dimaggio hit first Ball for Long drive to right Field to Ott for out Geh Rig hit Bounder to right Field for single Dickey up Gehrig at tempted to steal second and was put out Manciao to Whitehead walked White head struck out Jackson hit Bounder into right Field for single Moncuso went to second Darin went in to Bat for Kauffman Dar in hit single filling Asai Moore struck out bit loaf Delre into Field Fence which Wai called foul by Virtell walked in Mancio Terry hit of left Ball for single into left flow scor ing Jackson and a tilt ulcers Long Raash into loft Field foul Leiher hit into left Flem Powell for the ova runs four bits by 4 to base where Terry made out unassisted Selkirk hit High Fly to Leiber in Center Field Powell hit one into Lett single Lazzeri list Long smash into Center Field caught by Leiber bit Bounder to Laz Zeri who tossed to Gehrig for the out Mancuso struck out White head hit first Ball to Lazzeri who tossed to Gehrig for the out no runs one hit no errors Yan Kees 9 giants 4 sixth inning hit Bounder to Hartell who tossed to Terry for the out Crosetti walked Rolfe singled into right Field Dimaggio hit High Fly into Field Moore Tock it for the out Crosetti scored Gehrig bit Long smash into right Field to Ott for the out hit infield Fly to Lazzeri Gabler walked Moore line to Dimaggio who made excellent catch for the out bar Iek hit drive into left Field to Powell for the out one run one hit no errors Yan kres10 giants 4 seventh inning Yankees Dickey walked Sel Kirk hit single into left Field pow Ell hit Bounder into left Field to fill bases Lazzeri his High Fly in to left Center Field to Leiber Dickey scored Gomez hit Bounder to Bartell who tossed to Terry for the out Selkirk scoring Crosetti hit High Fly to Center Field where Leiber took it for the out giants Terry hit to Lazzeri who tossed to Gehrig for the out Leiber hit to Short who tossed to Gehrig for the out Ott hit High Fly to Dimaggio in Center Field for the out two runs two hits no errors Yankees 12 giants 4 eighth inn info hit Fly to Short Center to Whitehead for the out Dimaggio hit double off left fit id Wall just inside foul line Gehrig Dickey hit Fly t of for second out Selkirk ground of to Terry who tossed to Gable at first for the out hit drive the Rolfe Ball rolled to left Field Wal for double Whitehead struck Oul Jackson hit High foul to Gehrig Timbert struck out batting of Gabler no runs two hits no errors Yankees 12 giants 4 ninth inning Yankees Powell walked Laz Zeri up Powell stole second Laz Zeri hit Fly Ball into Center Field to Leiber Powell went to third after catch Gomez drove single into Center Field scoring Powell Cro Setti hit to left Field for single Gomez went to second Rolfe hit to Jackson Gomez scored dimag Gio hit line drive to left Field Wall scoring Crosetti Gehrig hit to Jackson who tossed to Terry for the second out Dickey drove Ball into lower left Field stands for Home run Selkirk struck out giants Moore hit to Center Field where Dimaggio took catch at his Knees Bartell his Down third base line for double Terry lit Fly to Dimaggio for the out it Alaggio throwing in to third to hold 3artell at second Leiber drove one into deep Centerfield and dimag Jio made teat catch six runs six hits no errors final score Yankees is giants 4 the Republic we defend it because it is the Legal government be cause of the country Constitution we Are fighting for Liberty for the Republic for the Constitution no other end new thrust at capital expected copyright 1936 by United press with the loyalist army Toledo front loyalist commanders sped reinforcements to the Talavera front Friday in anticipation of an imminent rebel drive from the Credo mountains new thrust at the capital from the West alarming reports reached head quarters of rebel mass activity in the Gre Dos zone Northwest of Santa Cruz Del Retamar and the Maqueda Madrid Road the rebels have been fighting in the zone for weeks and have the Vicinity of Cebreros reports to Headquarters Are that at any moment a move May be expected eastward toward naval car Uera Only 18 Miles Southwest of Madrid if the rebels reach naval car oot Obee 3 19m nera loyalist strategists Belim they would at once organize for k new Advance there and for co Lucid ent drives in All the fico could Muster from Toledo toward Aranjuez to Cut the Madrid East coast Railroad and direct from to Ledo northward have Beautiful hair Coor life the setter at better Beauty shops Spring Fries hens in 2ie freshly dressed and delivered to your Home at no extra Cost oilers produce phone 868 Shes Back in the arms of Broadway Bill to you with Pride added Vincent Lopez and band in Knock Knock today Capitol and sat evening coming Capitol 8immon lab my foe Spain Azan a continued from Page one Wita me said when i asked him i be had any message for the american people say for me that j Hope the american people will give us their support in our fight for political Liberty and the Independence of Spain this is the government of laugh with Tom Cuini youve got a whole army Gudrun for me but baby youre Worth it 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