AMES DAILY TRIBUNE Ames, Iowa, Wednesday, January, 17, 19BZ It happened today Out of churches by '63 CANDIDATE Fred Watson, a Bagley farmer, entered the race for the Democratic nomination lot 7th District congressman. In announcing his candidacy he said his first venture into national politics "comes after much serious consideration and thought." Watson has three children; a son Carl lives in Ames. PAROLED The . Iowa state Parole Board said today Wayne Vairo, 29, Williamson, who was sentenced io 30 years in the state penitentiary at Fort Madison Feb. 13, 195S, for burglary with aggravation and Raydell M. Quinn, 31, Des Moines, sentenced to 25 years Jan. 10, 195S, for robbery with aggravation, were paroled. ft RULING The Iowa attorne general's office ruled today that nutria are wild, not domestic animals and that a claim cannot be granted for loss or injury to the fur - bearing rodent from a county's domestic animal fund. A farmer near Madrid had submitted a claim after marauding dogs had killed animals, worth several thousand dollars, DENVER Grand champior. Black Angus steer owned by 11 - year - old Rex Pollock, of Mount Auburn, Iowa, and the reserve; champion, a Hereford owned by Stanley and Jean Koep of Belle Plaine, Iowa, went on the auction block today at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. ORDERS Iowa State Penal director Benjamin Baer ordered his parole agents to stop censoring the mail of parolees from Lhe State Training . School for Girls at Mitcheli - ville. SEARCH Rescue workers, using a bulldozer and other - heavy equipment attempted to bore into Boone SCS to elect March 23 Nominations are open for the office of commissioner, Boone Soil Conservation district, according to Ernie Behn, district conservationist. The term of Lyle Marlow, commission chairman, expires and an ejection will be held March 23, Behn announced today. Marlow. a commissioner for six years, has a total of ten years of service in the conservation field. He was an assistant commissioner for four years. Information on candidacy is available from Marlow, Commissioners Bob Nelson and Donald Hill, and at the SCS district office Boone, an abandoned mine near Philips - ! burg, Pa., today in their search for two Boy Scouts, Wesley Lowe, nd Larry Husted, 10, who lett their homes Sunday to go hiking and have not been seen 'since they were observed entering the mine pit. RUG Charges were, pending today against George D. Kloek .1: 20, of White Plains, N.Y., who was expelled from Parsons College. Pairiieid, Iowa, after he aamitted taking a hand woven rug valued ai than 5 l,()0U lrom the iowa University student union building. TWIN Rodney Dee Brodie, oS ferns, 111., who made medical history a decade ago when he sur - eu the first separation ol head; lo - head Siamese twins, has devel oped difficulty with his sfnr;: ol balance. INCREASE The fed Housing Administration reported applications for mortgage insui on new homes increased to an annual rate of 300,000 in De - cembei, or nine per cent higher than the November rate, and the highest since December, 1959. HHt - Damage was estimated between $150,000 and 5175,000 in lhe second fire in two days at the Hotpoint Co's main warehouse in Des Moines. HEARINGS - The U.S. De partment of Agriculture opened hearings in Chicago today on a proposal to establish a common basic formula price to be used in figuring bottled milk prices at 3f mi:iwestern milk order areas, including four in Iowa. The Iowa areas are: Quad - cities - Dubuquu: Cedar Rapids - Iowa City; North Centra! Iowa; and Des Moines. RITES Funeral services will be held at Fort Dodge Friday for Gerald D. Chapman, (JO, a Fort Dodge businessman. COSTS Fruits and vegetables will cost more in the nation's mar kets due to frosts in Texas, Cali fornia and Florida. U.S. Depart ment of Agriculture, market porter Fred Tuttle said, DIED Warren Rollins, whose paintings of the Amei Municipal Court Steven L. Rust, $5, noisy mufflers; Jerry W. McBee, $10, no tonnage stickers on license plates; Donald S. Sasscer. S5, expired driver's license; Stewart T. Nes - wold, $10, - overweight an axle;. Howard Lowell Brooks, $10, speeding; Richard Douglas Bolt, $10. speeding. Illegal parking fines totaled $44. Overtime parking fines on Tuesday totaled $45. West brought him fame, died at Winslow, An. RITES Memorial services were 'pending today at Santa Monica, Calif, for Kenneth MacKenna, 62, veteran actor of stage and screen and former movie studio executive. WELFARE An attempt by the State ol lowa to lorce Minne - soians to contribute to the support of ihoir parents on relief in Iowa will be aired in court at Minneapo lis Feb. 5. The Iowa Board of So cial Welfare seeks to compel the: aeienuants, JOnn n. Arnclt, Stanley Maschino and Harry W. Mil ler to contribute to the support of their parents. COACH Wyoming football coach Bob Devaney faired to get his hoped - for "quick release" from his - contract so that he could cept the head coach position at the University o: Nebraska. Athleti director Glenn Jacoby said, there would be no decision until the Wyoming trustees meet Feb. 2. Last times tpnite NEW AMES "T - W - l - N - K - L - E AND S - H - l - N - E" Starts TON IT F 7 P.M. Full Show After 9:40 THURS.FRUSAT. Cont. from 2:30, 60c Till 4:30 HROTIWSTFLiym LENGTH 1 - Q1QN - VICKL SPENCER THE MARGtLS - GLAV COLE X - TRA REEL FUN .. . B5SKBMI Special Two Reeler in Color "Kings Of The Keys," sport and "Plot Sickens," cartoon 4th Ward school plans (BtrlL and Debbie's on the wackiest husband - hunt that ever sent he - men running for cover! Debbie's Setting traps.. . ., FOR MAIL ANIMALS miY! STEVE AMY FORREST GRIFFITH JlUfl JIHM IE PROWSE RITTER SCOT! WE SHERMAM WMRSAUL CECH. DM HANSEN COLOR by DE Lttf ffrlTrTJ THURS.eFRL.SAT MOVES TO THE - "NEW AMES" SUN., MON., TUES., WED. BONU8 TREATS - "Woody Woodpecker," Color Cartoon "Caramba," Color Special Ames and Area Deaths Frank Schlaske, Jewell, is dead Frank Schlaske, Jewell, 62 cited Monday in Mesa, Ariz, of a heart attack. He and Mrs. Sch laske .were visiting relatives in Mesa. Becker Funeral Home, Jewell, in charge of funeral arrange ments. The body will be returned to Becker's on Thursday and the services have . been tentatively set For Saturday. Mr. Schlaske was born Apul 17, 1899 m Jewel, living there all his life. He retired in 1D5S from the Standard Oil Company, The past years he has been em ployed parttime at Becker's Funeral Home and as custodian of Bethesda Lutheran Church. He was on the board of the Hamilton County Hospital, past president of the school board and is a member of the Sportsmen's Club. He is survived by his widow, Marie; three children. Stuart, Jewell, Mrs. Frances Martin, Jewell and Elna, a student at Waldorf College, Forest City; four grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. Hannah Schlaske, three brothers,. Henry and Glen, Jewell, and William of New Jersey and a sister, Mrs, Mable Townsend, Swea City. He was preceded in death by his father, Otto, and a sister. M. O. Pritchard, 72, Collins, died M. Orpheus Pritchnrd, 72, Col lins, died at Story County Hospital at 11:31 a.m. Monday. He - had been admitted fir treatmr - nt about three hours earlier following a stroke. Survivors include his widow, .Mildred; two daughters, Marie of San Francisco, Calif., and Mrs. Juanita Parker of Pittsburg, Calif.; by three grandchildren, three brothers, Flavins c. Collins. William of Pasadena, Ctlif., and Roscoe of Nevada; and a sister, Edythe of Maxwell. He has made his home in Col lins since his retirement about five ye Firs ao. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. today from the Collin: Methodist Church, the Rev. Thorn as Woodin, officiating. Interrment was at the hverpreen Cemetery Collins. The body will lie in state at Cooper Funeral Home, P until the time of servicer. Harry E. Hughes, 74, died Tuesday Harry E. Hughes, 74. Ames Nursing Home, died at Mary Greeley Hospital Tuesday at about 2:20 p.m. He was a former resident of Stanhope and Webster City, Before his retirement, Mr. Hughes operated meat and grocery businesses in both Stanhope and Webster City. He has been a resident of Amos Nursing Home for about two years. Survivors include a son, Kenneth of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; two daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Clark of Waukee and Mrs. Herman Grem - pel of Neenah, Wis.; seven grandchildren, nine greJM - grandchti - dren; twro brothers and two sisters. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ardilla. in 1959. Funeral services will be held from the Foster Funeral Home, Webster City, Saturday at 1:30 p.m., the Rev. R. D. Kitterman of the. Webster City Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be at Graceland Cemetery. PEST COST Agricultural pests cost the United States $D billion a yearl If Ames is lucky, it will be rid of its foic.th ward church rooms by Jan.ia.y, 19R3, W.R. Underhill, Ames Community school district director told the Welch Parent Teachers Association Tuesday. Church classrooms and Welch elementary overflow will be with the people of Ames at least until hat time, he said. Church class rooms will be set up to correspond with Ontario school classes, in the fall. A Gym Shelter question from the audience brought a bit of brightness to the otherwise gloomy school outlook picture presented by Underhill, The question directed attention to the 5330 million shelter subsidy program now before Congress, Representing hall ot the $700. million Civil Defense budget, the money would be distributed to pub lic and private non - pmi'i - m - gari: - 10ns in a program to provide emergency shelter for 20 million people. Reiterating the board's reluctance to make long range physical plant plans for the district, Underhill listed, without priority, the needs of the district; A new junior high school in the fourth ward, an elementary school on the 20th St. site, and a gym anr. auditorium tor the high school are required, he said. The Ontario Ln:idi:i' when plete, will house two sections of beSr W. R. UNDERHILL gram for die schools, Underhill said lood could be transported lrom the proposed central kitchen at lhe high school to Central and1 Welch junior high schools and ele mentary schools which would re quire lunch programs. Shorter Lunch Hour The lunch period could be cul from an hour to a half hour under the program, he said. All students would be required to eat at the! school. Members of the board will meet with Bolton and Hay officials and Doon Stevens of tbs Memorial Union Friday to discussed the pro posed kitchen, he said. Youth fined after chase last night An lS - year - old Ames youth wi apprehended following a high speed chase by Ames police last Carl Eugene Pelander. 18, was charged in court here today with possession of a ficticious or fraudulent drivers license, reckles driv - ng and speeding 90 miles per hour. John L. McKinney orde; Paul R. Taylor died Tuesday Paul R. Taylor, 64, 1203 Wilson Ave. died Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, where he had 'been a patient since Dec. 5. He was born Oct. 26, 1S97 in Ames. He was employed as an electrician at Iowa State Uni versity for 30 years. He was a veteran of World War 1 and World War II. During World War I he served with the 187th division in France, in World War II he was electrical super intendent at Massawa Air torce Base, Africa. Mr. Taylor was a member of the Methodist Church. American Legion, Moose 40 and 8, Story County Nomad Club, Skipper's Boat Club, Story County male chorus and was sergeant - at - arins ot the American Legion firing squad. s married to Pearl Hamil ton, March 4, '1922 in Webster City. She preceded him in death in 1953. He then married Margaret Elizabeth Olmsted, Oct. 5, 1953. He is survived by his widow; a son. Richard, Annapolis, Md.; daughter, Mrs. Donna Rae Elliott, Rapid City, S. D .; two stepchildren, Jack Olmsted, Fair field, Calif., Mrs. John Parker, San Jose, Calif; his father, Roy N. Taylor, Ames; a brother Francis Fullerton, Calif.; two sisters. Erin a Read, Newbury, Calif. and Mrs. Margaret Kent, Wichita, Kan. Funeral services will be Satur day from the Adams Funeral Home w i t h th? Rev. Heed Thompson officiating. Burial wi be in the Ames Municipal Cem tery with the Ames post of the American Legion conduction military services. each grade unit with the exception of first and sixth grade. The 61 first graders who will probably be attending school at Ontario, will be divided into three classes, and the IK anticipated sixth graders will make up a single sixth grade Elementary Districts At a meeting of the three fourth ward principals last week ward was divided into three attendance districts. Underhill said. The Ontario school area will in clude narts ol Pammel Court and Hawthorn Apartments, all the pu - ed Pelander fined $100 or 20 days oils livine north of Clear Creek. M" m on the reckless charge, the northwest rural area, and pu - $100 or five days on the speeding pils from the trailer courts west of charge and $25 on the ficticious Ames. license charge. Edwards will serve pupils Judge McKinney suspended th; living between uear LreeK the north, Lincoln' Way on the south, Sheldon Ave. on the east, and a point two and one half blocks west of the school on lhe west. The "Tripp section" south of Lincoln Way, will also be served by Edwards, he said. This would s. include such streets as Hilltop Rd,, and S. Wilmoth Ave. j Crawford school ivnnld scrvp thri remainder of the fourth ward, with monE over I low classrooms for kindergarten through third. Size Range Class sizes in the fourth ward next year, will range from 16 pupils in the single Ontario sixth grade to 36 pupils in the Crawford sixth grade, Underhill said. "The problem is not a matter i of getting a certain number of students in each classroom ," he said, "we've just got a bad distribution." To fill the Ontario school, pupils now being transported from University housing sections to North Grant school will he transferred. The board anticipates heavy increases in the Ontario area, r.e said, and practically none in the UTiUT.srd area. . Discussing a closed lunch pro - fine for the drivers license1 charge and suspended $7o of the speed n charge. The reckiess driving fine1 or sentence will stand. Pelander and two other youths pulled into Hibbs Phillips 66 service station on Lincoln Way last night about 1:30 a.m. and ordered $2 worth of gas, according to po - Troop airlift in second day The youths said they didn't have pay for it and told the attendent he could siphon the gas out if he wanted. They. oFFered to pay for the gas on credit but the attendent re fused. The youths then offered a trouble light as collateral. The attendent called police they left. When the youths spotted a police car behind them on Lincoln Way as they preceded west they speeded up in an effort to get away. Police docked the youths going 85 to 90 miles per hour down Lincoln Way. A roadblock was set up ahead at Hayward Ave. but the youths turned north to Memorial Union at Welch Ave. A highway patrolman entered the chase at Lynn Ave. and the youths wound their way through the Iowa State campus to Sixth boy born to; - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mathews, Route 1, Tuesday at Story County Hospital. girl bom to: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dudley. St. Anthony, Tuesday at Story County Hospital. d Mrs. Charles Kceney. Nevada, Tuesday at Story County Hospital. MARY GREELEY HOSPITAL Admitted Tuesday James Clifford Scott SiUsby, Ames; David Marshall Retherford, Ames; Judith Mc - Hone, Ames;. Jamey McCaskey, Ames; Jeffrey Alan Jacobson, Ames; John Eldin Hand Ames: Mrs. Lila Wolf, Ames; Mrs. Amanda Schwartz, McCallsburg; Mrs. Olga P. Matters. Cambridge; Mrs. Marjorie Kline, Boone; Mrs. Rebecca Iverson, Jewell; Mrs, Harriet Hawkins, Ames; Mrs. Margaret Erickson, Ames; Ida Baldus, Ames, Dismissed Tuesday Catherine Roberts, Mrs. Helen Holder, Mrs. Margaret Pottorff, Mrs, Joyce B. Ramsey, Lester Menzel, Mrs. Lois Bowers, Peter F. Peterson, Charles L. Fitch, Mrs. Eugenia Bolstad, Mrs. Alta 3. Fleener and girl, Mrs, Carrie R. Reynolds and bov, Mrs. Janice Kannells and boy and girl twins. STORY COUNTY HOSPITAL Admitted TuesdayMrs, Wayne Dudley, St. Anthony; Mrs. Ronald Math ews, Ames; Mrs. Charles Keeney, Nevada; Mrs. Deuce Trnti, Nevada; Theresa Williamson, Nevada; Mrs. Charles Lindquist, St. An thany; northa Robinson, Nevada; Kenneth Johnson, Nevada Dismissed Tuesday Rene Williams, Ray banner, Harold fahoalsluil, P Ferris Pcirkhust and boy. STORY CITY HOSPITAL Admitted TuesdayDean Molde, Roland; hlame Smith, Blairsburg. Dismissed Tuesday Lorene Trampcl, Mar - Charge Ames 'mo n n incident with girl, 14 Kenneth Merle Potter, 25, Ames was officially charged here yesterday with committing lascivious acts with a minor. Assistant County Attorney George R. Larson of Roland filed the charge in Municipal Court. Potter and a 14 - year - old Ames girl were returned to Ames from Kansas City Monday by authorities after being picked up there this weekend. Police in several surrounding states had been alerted to watch for the girl since she disappeared from home here more than a week ago. Potter has obtained counsel and will appear for preliminary hear - Municipal Court Friday morning at 10 a.m. The Ames man is free on ?S00 bond set in the case by Municipal Court Judge John L. McKinney yesterday. The girl has been released to her parents. Larchwood man killed in crash LARCHWOOD, Iowa (UPI) - Richard Vincent Tracy, ' 23, Larchwood, was killed early to - ' day when his car crashed out of control off Iowa 9 about two miles northwest 'of here. Sheriff Neal Kroon of Lyon County said ..Tracy was alone in his car when the accident occurred. There was no witnesses but a passing truck driver noticed the wreckage and notified Kroon. The mishap apparently occurred about 3 a.m. Kroon said Tracy's car left the highway, clipped off two guard posts then careened across the pavement and crashed into a ditch. . tha Hovda, Canda Candice Nibc Mrs, Jordon Goodson and girl, Mrs, Juvenal Brinkema and girl. FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI) The biggest U.S. troop airlift to Europe since World War IT swung into its second day today with four giant transport planes arriving at Rhcin - Main Air Ease. The flights were part oi "opera tion Long Thrust II," designed to: test the United States' ability to reinforce its Western European defenses with speed and efficien - j and the parole officer will cy. 1 called m on the case. St. They preceded down Sixth to wards downtown Ames exceeding 90 mites per hour but turned ofr at Northwestern Ave. to the north. Police followed the car past 13th St, where it ran into a deadend street at the Lutheran Child: Home and bogged down ir a snow bank. 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