Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on March 20, 1964 · Page 3
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JVmeiIowa - Friday, March 20, 1964 AMES DAILY TRIBUNE IMW meefs fo crcrf contract demands Bacon should be eaten within a week for best quality; a quick - MAYTAG Dealer for Amei Home Furniture & Appl. 400 South Duff Ames cured half ham should be eaten ithin five days; quick - curred hole ham keeps a little better but should be used within two eeks. HIRED Percy Foreman, seated, was hired by Jack Ruby's three brothers and sister to take over the Ruby defense, after defense counsel Melvin Belli was fired Thursday. Standing, I. to r., are Earl Ruby, Detroit; Sam Ruby, Dallas; Hyman Rubenstein, Chicago; and Mrs. Eileen Kaminsky, Chicago. (UPI Telephoto) ATLANTIC CITY; N.J. (UPI) j - The United Auto Workers; armed with a $65 million strike! fund, met today to.: shape, a jumbo bundle of - wage - benefit demands for this1 summer's negotiations with the auto' indus try. . . ...... , ... uaw . President Waiter ; y. Reuther aimed at a. contract package th'a. t . would . raise , pay - roil costs at least 4.9 per cent a year - roughly 15 to 18 cents an hour for nearly 600,000 production - workers. That target, about twice as big as - the typical 1963 contract settlement, may invite criti cism from President Johnson when he addresses the 2,000 delegates Monday. Johnson has GARLAND IN HOSPITAL HOLLYWOOD. (UPI) 'Judy Garland was under doctors' orders today to rest for a week before resuming any acting or singing chores. She checked out of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Thursday where she spent 30 hours undergoing tests that showed, she had nothing more serious than an acute case of influenza. The star had been admitted to the hospital as a possible appendi citis case, but doctors, decided the flu bug was the cause of her abdominal pains. For full flavor always cook dried fruits in the same water they were soaked in. Clarification Please! II Contrary to what the tribune reported, the Sixth street issue is not settled. 1. Final hearing on the issue is scheduled Tuesday, April 7. 2. The Council has not taken final action. 3. The Sixth and Northwestern group intends to fight to the finish. If you are interested in helping this group save a small spot of beauty, or if you want to contribute on principle to preserving as much as possible of Ames' traditional beauty, your help will be appreciated. Sixth & Northwestern Group BE POPULAR - PLAY A GUITAR! The reading public Best - selling books in Iowa this week, as compiled by the Midland Booksellers Association and distributed by Iowa Daily Press Association: Fiction "The Group," Mary McCar thy; "The Spy Who Came In From The Cold, John LeCarre; "The Martyred," Richard E. Kim; "Shoes of the Fisherman," Morris L. West; "The Living Reed," Pearl Buck. Non - Fiction "Four Day s," U.P.I., and American Heritage; "Diplomat Among Warriors," Robert Murphy; "Profiles In Courage," John F. Kennedy; "A Day In The Life of President Kennedy," Jim Bishop; "Confessions Of An Ad Man," David Ogilvey. SCI announces Dean's List The Dean's List of the State College of Iowa was announced Thursday by William C. Lang, dean of instruction. A total of 350, or about seven per cent, of the student body - was cited for the scholastic hon or with a grade point of 3.25 or higher for the hrst semester. Those from this area include: Ames: Karen Sue Haupt, 701 Ricgewood Ave. Boone: Karen Lynn Bennett, Linda Rose Hopkins. Colo: Jane Ann Dodd Story City. Howard John Faulkner, Sharon Kay Matson. Webster City: Beth M. Grand - Area drivers lose licenses Motor vehicle operators li cense suspensions and revoca tions announced this week by the State Department of Public Safety include: Steve Michael Wirth, 18, Story City, 60 - day suspension for reck less arivmg. Betty Maxine Harris, 34, Boone, indefinitely disqualified to operate a motor vehicle. Dale LeRoy Hodges, no age given, Route 2, 30 - day suspension as a habitual violator. Ronald Eugene Westwick, 19, Ellsworth, 30 - day suspension as a habitual violator. Darrell Eugene Ziegler, 17, Boone, 30 - day suspension as a habitual violator. Roger Dean Jensen, 18, Web ster City, 60 - day suspension for unlawful use of license. William James Fehring, 40, Kelley, 90 - day revocation for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. ppealed for moderation hrba: gaining this year. , Seek Earlier Retirement Reuther said in his reDort to i me union s istn convention that I UAW negotiators would drive1 for earlier retirement and a new escalator clause to increase pensions when wages of living costs go up. ine labor leader earlier said his union would drive for long er vacations with extra bonus1 pay, plantwide. work breaks and restrictions on overtime to provide more jobs. "The prospects are - excellent that we shall be able to make substantial progress in year's negotiations," Reuther told the delegates in a two - volume report. Car sales have been "phe nomenally good" and profits are "fantastically high," and the corporations have not shared the prosperity with consumers by cutting auto prices, he said. I GENEJOERGER Accountants $5 Million Strike Fund Reuther disclosed that the union's strike defense fund should total about $65 milium by the time that contracts with General Motors, Ford and Chrysler expire Aug. 31. "We have built these sizable strike defense funds as the best insufance against the possibility scriKe, ne said. "We bo to the . bargaining table in 1964 stronger and better prepared man at any time in the history of our union." Reuther renewed his pledge that the union would not seek gains that would force price increases. This is true even though the union demands far exceed .general White House wage guideline recommenda tions, he said. m . P irn open office here Wolkoff, Effress and Co., Cer tified Public Accountants, ha,ve announced the opening of a new office in Ames. The firm vill be located in the KASI Building, 413i2 Main St., when quarters are completed, they presently nave onices in Des Moines, St. Paul, and Minneap olis. Gene Joerger, CP. A., is resi dent partner of the Ames office. Rollin M; Dick, C.P.A., i Sheldon Rabinowitz, C.P.A., are partners in the fir m's Des Moines office. .Joerger is a. graduate of the State University of Iowa. Mrs. Joerger and children will join him in Ames April 1. Young Men's Fashions For Easter! : Don't overcook protein foods. This will cause the protein to toughen and shrink. There is a tendency for the liquids to be squeezed out when shrinkage takes place, .bor example, o cooked meat is usually tough and dry. A Complete Range of Young Men's Apparel Is Available . . . SUITS 2 and 3 button, regular and longs. Light and dark shades. 22.50 to $35 SPORT COATS In - blazer and regular models. Sizes 6 to 20. 14.98to 22.50 DRESS SHIRTS 2.98 to 3.98 BOYS' SHOP ASSIGNS MISSLES WASHINGTON (UPI) The Army officially announced Thursday it was assigning 400 - mile range Pershing ballistic missiles to the U.S. 7th Army in west uermany. I he solid - fueled, two - stage rocket launched from tracked vehicles will provide nuclear support to the 7th Army. KEEP IT CLEAN NEW YORK (UPI) Plastic "linens" require the simplest kind of care, says the Cleanliness Bureau here. Plastic cloths and place mats can be suds - sporiged at the table. Textured or embossed surfaces are best scrubbed with a well - lathered brush to coax out george, Donna Louise Lopeman, soil and food, the bureau says. Patricia Ann Oconnor, Daryl Finish by rinse - wiping with a Eugene Smith. clean damp cloth. To Learn! Fun To Play! Surprise your friends Satisfy yourself. Stop at Eschbach's Music House and look at the fine selection of Guitars available. The above guitar is a Gibson C - 2 Classic the answer to the demand for a fine classic guitar in the middle price range which features easy playing action, richness of tone and beauty expected onfy in a custom model. Gibson . . . where guitar - making is a fine art. Skill, patience and integrity go into every Gibson instrument from the selection of fine components to the final inspection. Be Popular Play a Guitar! ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE 302 MAIN AMES 231 - 3624 ft ennew ahaAVG P1RRT DUALITY w Open Tonight and Every Friday Night Until 9:00 P.M. for your shopping convenience J. C. Penney Co. Ease into spring at Easter in a Bledsoe Tropical Suit. Step out in the EASTER. Parade and on into spring and summer in a tropica I - suit from our collection. Choose warm weather comfort in whisper - light worsteds and wiltless blends. Even the colors are lighter this season. Right now is the perfect time to select a new suit. You'll enjoy it longer,' beginning at Easter and on through summer. The look you buy is the look you keep ... . For many seasons. Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits .... from 79.95 Varsity Town Suits .... from 59.50 Enro Dress Shirts .... 5.95 Wing Tip Oxford Shoes ,;. , . . 1 9.95 i

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