Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on November 19, 1958 · Page 7
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 7

Ames, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 19, 1958
Page 7
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Ames, Iowa, Wednesday, Ken - ember J9, AMES DAILY TRIBUNE need information that will help INTRODUCES DRAFT HILL Jn IDZ!, a sales liiif wns in use There arc three species of njmly two slates of the Union. I shrews to he found in Texas. rit's annual Outlook Conference. H also said more farmers will stay vmy from crops under acre Rural Youth Need Vocational Info: Professor It look 12 years to hufld the Colossus nf Rhodes This hunt' bronze statue of the sun od, Helios, stood about 110 feel high. age controls and turn their "cap DOLLY'S PRESENTS them decide whether to go into J farming or into other professions, Heady said. The Iowa State College teacher said, "We can predict what a sow will be worth in the future and what she'll be worth at a half ital ana skiii into new techniques RANGOON, Runna (II PI) Premier Con. Nil Win is expected to introduce in Hie current session of parliament a bill setting up a selective service system to draft men and women Into the aimed services, informed sources said today of raising un - cont rolled crops." I WASHINGTON (UP1) - Prof. Earl 0. Heady of Iowa State Col dozen different markets." Largest inlet in Hie United States is Chesapeake Bay. lege said here Tuesday fanr people get far too little "outlook' information concerning farming. Complete line of maternity lingerie . bras, panties, girdles. . slips L ' f i Keep Berlin Blockade CrisisGoing BERLIN (UPI) - A Communist legal expert wroLe today in the East Berlin newspaper "Neue Zeit" that the Western Allies must negotiate with the East German government to enter isolated West Berlin by ground or air. The expert was identified as a "'Professor Reintanz," head of the International Law Institute at the East Zone's Martin .Luther University in Halle. He said the West is using the air corridors illegally for non - military traffic. His statement posed the daneer Heady said the "greatest weak SWEATERS "But, we do not predict for a farmer's son his worth at different locations and in different jobs," Heady said. Heady made his criticism before the U.S. Agriculture Depart - ness" in farm, information pro grams is the "Jack of guidance" n to young farm people. They Just Arrived Schick Butane Cigarette Lighters $9.95 Swank Jewelry 2522 Lincoln Way CHRISTMAS 'MUST' FOR The MOM - TO - BE V I I ill ' ' lt s thc Sweater Season! A ' J'l m ji Winds may blow but you'll Jr - I - , j! if ' lje w'lrm "'d comfortable In ! lc ' r - ' ) yCUr anrfSCmiC Ca'd'9nn ' Children's Books Lorraine Bed jacket in pink, mint, blue, aqua. Girl's and that the Communists might be Open Thursday Niflht Till 9 262a Lincoln Way CE 2 - 5345 planning to interfere with or restrict air traffic to the city in the three 20 - mile wide corridors over the Soviet Zone. The official East Communist newspaper Neties Deutschland kepi the issue alive today by repeating Communist claims the United States, Britain and France IE Boy's Christmas Robes Girls sizes 2 - 14 Boys sizes 2 - 8 Unbelievable Yet True! had no rights in Berlin under the Potsdam Agreement. We have a larfire selection of children's books for all ages. Drive out and shop with us. See Our Large Selection of Christmas Cards We Are Open from 8 to 8:30 Monday thru Friday Student Supply Store On Lincoln Way Get Ready for Christmas Now! Large Selection Both STEREO and MINORAL Records , . . A3I Speech. Stereo Paayers $129.95 up Table and Portable RADIOS $19.95 up Ames Hdwe. & Music 105 Welch CE 2 - 5405 CariTs Trial Almost Ready For Jury LINCOLN, Neb. (UP1) - The almost month - long murder trial of a J5 - year - olrj school girl drew near its end today with prosecution and defense attorneys delivering their closing arguments. The prosecution charges Caril Ann Fugate helped her boy friend Children s and Maternity Wear Charles Markweather, 10, slay at least one of his H victims last 2542 L. Way CE 2 - 2526 Open Thursday Nite till 9 p.m. winter Robert Jensen 17. She is as guilty of murder as though she Pictured with pack ot regular size cifiiL Here's The Transistor Portable For You . . . Your Pillows Cleaner Fluffed Deodorized New Tick AH For... Eaeh contain li - 47 - 2 BEDROOM Reg. 1050 Price $3995 Close - Out Discount Q,Q ami n i);ill:ry cua r; nli,J(: 1 give you fO to 75 hour Listenins! pleasure nofo; 95 24 If NOW ONLY QjJjcQK replacement is acci'sr - ary Kni - phones are available a a slight additional enst "Won't you took over on selections? They come in variety of styles ;uul colors Weaver Jewelr $1.75 Fall discounted prices on new & used King's Mobile Homes 2650 Lincoln Way Amos, Iowa Open Nfghtfy thru Thursday Closed Fri. & Sat. NItes and Sundays nred the tatal snot, according !o Hie state. If found guilty she faces the same death penalty as was imposed on Starkweather for the same slaying, a conviction he has appealed to the state Supreme Court. However, County Atty. Elmer Scheele was not expected to indicate until the last moment rvhether he would seek execution for Caril. The defense maintains Caril was merely a frightened child. She accompanied Starkweather through nine murderous days in fie belief that this would save the lives of her family and herself, according to Caril's story. Judge Harry A. Spencer set no rime limit for the closing arguments, but attorneys agreed with hi 5 suggestion that they confine ilieir remarks to the five - hour court day, to be divided equally. Spencer will deliver his instructions to the seven - man, five - woman jury Thursday, after which the jurors will retire to decide Caril's fate. NEW! ALL WiE WALSR Handsome Wearables at Joe's Doing - your Fall Houswteauingf How lonjr hai it been since you had your pillow clwmtd? With our "Pil - O - Bar" w do not use atm, w&tr or fceat to clean, but eipose the feathn to the powerful rays of ten germicidal lamp. Thui your pillows are freed of perms and penpiration odon. Each pillow is cleaned individually, and the fethn are blown by air into a new tick. Fail Suits BABY SHOES ARE WASHABLE! Just soap 'n' water keeps 'em clean . . . and new looking longer! Specially trealed to retain fine feather', nalural oils end J?W&' Many fine nil wool flannel suits in plain or fancy fabrics . . . Ivy league styles or conservative three - button models at real savings. Liitdquist Cleaners leep thai jupple FeeT after U'j coonHeis washings, a : v - . . - Nature's hurricanes expend as much energy as several thousand atomic bombs exploding every 50 Up Nothing Pleases Like... SOFT SOLE SHOE Size, o - 3 Baby's first shoo, As soft and flexible al booties. Designed to protecf and cushion baby's liny feet. $1.29 FIRST STEP SHOE Size: Fine selection of all wool . . . latest in stripes, plaids, plains and blazer styles at prices from 25P Corduroy Sport Coats in Tan or Gray CIA QC Shad en 4(TyQ rUxiWe leather "Juniors" have firm, wide loles - to encourage walking, yet are flexibli enough. to permit creeping. $1.98 STEPHENSON'S "famous for fabrics" Campustown CE 2 - 3615 It is Lime to start CHRISTMAS SEWING You Will Find a Good Supply of VOGUE BUTTERICK SIMPLICITY Patterns For "Dolls, Robes, Aprons, Shirts, Dresses with all the ' 'fixins. " A GIFT YOU MAKE AND GIVE MEANS MORE HARD SOLE WALKING SHOE Sixes 2 - 8, Including HaSf Sizes jturdy leather iolo and v,edg heol, Wee Vo!ker "Won" train itroight feel. Firm onkle jupporl. All Wool top 1C00 COATS JJf v $2.98 You Can Pay More Elsewhere But You Can't Buy Better Its the one gift for those who mean the most only you can five. May we make your appointment toitay? HILL'S STUDIO 2530 L, Way CE 2 - 4570 9 fk K 9 oe s Men s ' MIIIIBjfl 2536 Lincoln Wwy CE 2 - 5264 I Open Till 0 on Thursday, (or Your Shopping Convenience 'mligm Thursdy llAh In NINIII'AUfn 1 Municipal fc - ftfc ' : ''t: ;f

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