Ames Daily--Birkelo, PC
FOtJt DAILY TtlBIW* THtt3, UIM. IOWA, WEDKE8DAY, AUGUOT 19, M81. Ame Daily Tribune-Timei I'Ut>!llt»«J D«H> Exwrirt Sunday By Th« TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO 1)1 flOfc Stre*t, Am**, lows J. U Po«r«r«. Prfe»ld*nt an. Manager lEM«r<xJ M tow* th» man*, at of Juiy '6 ihe Po»loffic« •! Official ' *l*r Of Story Ou' t.v »nd the City C Am»» SUBSCRIPTION UATKS Oiy, tarrlrr weekly %•„„ City. Cf/rler or otherwise, year T' 00 Iowa. oul«l<5« of Story County. >•«*'• jr p low* ogtslJe of Story County. « month* *•»« town outside of St<"ry County, month •»' Story County, outride of Aile». year *•»» of before. Occasionally they come from persoaal acquaintances, sometimes close friends. ID fairness, all must be refused. Only one right policy can be followed in » newspaper newspaper office. "Play no favorites." Police court and other crime news within the coun- y it reported Implicitly, except minor offenses by ju- ve"niles. They are omitted for obvious reasons. It is simply a case of print all or print none. No editor wishes to put himself in a position where someone can say to him, "You didn't print the. story about Bill Smith so you have no right to print mine." Newsettes —Cora on Cob —Pea Vines —Ferry Service —Half-solei By UNITED PRESS CHICAGO — Mrs. Bertha Lesh. 23. charged in a divorce suit on are enjoying a two week's vacation in Minnesota. The Rev. Lunde preached the sermon at th« fifty- fifth anniversary of the congregation congregation he formerly served. Oliver Hill and daughter, Martha Martha visited Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Lew Berhow home. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pfund and family and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony. Gazzo and Colleen of Des Moine» were entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening at the O. J. Olson home. Lyle Risvold who is working near Nevada spent Sunday with Weekly Health Message Iowa State Department of Health "No one disputes the statement that the rivers, lakes and streams belong to the people," says the Iowa State Department of Health. "All agree that it is the Inalien able right of the people to enjoy »i;ch wastes it protects the health oi the family from whose premises they are removd. The individual knows nothing and cares less d- bout the ultimate disposal of sucn wastes. But when wastes are collected 'BUT BETTEI Hf AtOI Chin*** Offl««rt From TOK1O (U.F)— China's armies, ready commanded to a considerable extent by Japanese trained officers, officers, will b« increasingly Japan. ized. Of 338 cadets graduated from" the Japanese military academy thl§ summer, official statistics reveal that 112 were Chinese, who shortly will return to their country to command troops. A majority of the new Japanese trained officers ar« protegees of Generals Chiang Kai- shek and Chang Hsueh-llang. chief military figures in the Nanking gov- ernmerK.