Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 11, 1957 · Page 10
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 11, 1957
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Russians Dash Hopes For Pull-Out in Hungary By WILLIAM N. OATIS UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (A The Soviet Union dashed any hope today that world public opinion soon will force Russian troops to withdraw from Hungary. The Russians made their position clear less than six hours after j the 81-nation Assembly met Tues -i day to debate a committee re-' port that Soviet troops suppressed! a Dopular Hungarian uprising last I fall. I Soviet Delegate Arkady A. Sobo- lev asked the Assembly to drop the Hungarian question. He said j Soviet troops were in Hungary j •'carrying out their international' duties" under the Warsaw Pact. Sobolev declared that the "temporary stationing" of Soviet troops in Hungary was strictly a ; matter for the Soviet Union and j Hungary to decide. U.S.-Backed Resolution | Also before the Assembly is a i U.S.-backed resolution calling for i an end to "repressive measures against the Hungarian people." In introducing the resolution.; Henry Cabot Lodge of the United States said the 36 sponsoring nations had faith that "the wheel of history can, with G^d's help and steadfast human effort be made to move toward justice and truth." He said Hungarians could be relieved of their troubles "if the So* Viet Union, which exercises military power in Hungary, will respond to the judgments of world opinion," Hungarian Delegate Peter Mod ended Hungary's nine-month boycott of U.N. debates on the Hungarian question. But he contended that U.N. consideration of the question violated a charter provision forbidding the organization to take a hand in domestic matters. Mod urged that the Assembly dissolve Us special committee on 10 Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Sept. 11, 1957 Hungary and condemn the com-t mittee's 150,000-word report as' 'intervention, slander, and incite-, ment to war." j Committee Report ' The committee, set up by the Assembly Jan. 10, reported June! 20 that massive Soviet armed intervention crushed a nationally supported uprising in Hungary last October and November. On the committee were Australia, Ceylon, Denmark, Tunisia and Uruguay. The U.S.-supported resolution would name Prince Wan Waitha- yakon of Thailand, Assembly president, as special representative on the Hungarian problem to "take j such steps as he deems appropriate" in view of the committee's findings. It would have the Assembly endorse the report and condemn the Soviet Union for its intervention and for "the continued defiance of the resolutions of the General Assembly." Ray" Wagners Visit In Davenport Home (lime* Herald Jfewj Service) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wagner and daughters spent last week visiting in the Norman Russell home at Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelsey returned Monday morning from their wedding trip through several western states. They returned to Omaha Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nichols and daughter, Nancy, of Lincoln, Neb., and Dr. and Mrs. Scott and son of Omaha spent the weekend in the Peterson cottages and were guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Nichols. More Fashion News at Eddie Quinn's HATS FOR FALL 1957 Just when you're ready for something fresh and new, along comes Eddie Quinn's with this season'u colorful new nats for 1957. There's a cfispness, a newness about them, from the narrower brims to the smart new pinched fronts and neat bound edges. And you can be sure of long time good looks from the crown to the brim, inside and out. See what these hats at Eddie Quinn's mean to you in better fit . . . longer wear for your money. * Stevens Hats v $6.95 and $7 .95 Dobbf Hat* . .$10.95 arid $15.00 « Put The Stamp of Success on Your Appearance... with a New Fall t Eddie Quinn's Choose from the Largest Selection of Fashion Right Clothing in Western Iowa We are ready to say now that for this season, our store is loaded with the most tempting array of new fall clothing in our history. And of course, dominating all in the style picture is the Ivy look, with it's tall and trim styling, to give you that lean natural look. And luxury fabrics that lend a richer, dressier look to your appearance are outstanding in this new fall collection. Checks, plaids and stripes, boldly elegant, combine with expert craftsmanship in America's most famous suit and topcoat lines here in our stock to give you a distinctive look and feel. Won't you come in and enjoy looking at them soon? We'll be looking for you. EDDIE QUINN THE SUITS- Here's the very cream of the most famous suitmakers 1 * products. Suits superbly rich in fabrics and textures, flattering in tailoring and smooth distinction; Tall and trim lines lend natural distinction to your appearance. THE SPORT COATS- These are good news. . . richer looking fabrics that included the newest new dressy weaves, twist tweeds, flannels and spray weaves in new tones . . . fabrics that have that softness and richness you enjoy in a sport coat. . .tailored to make you feel like a king. THE SLACKS- Imported flannels, ( trimly tailored gabardines, mixtures in the latest tones ... the smartest new contrast colors . , . "they're all here ... for- your comfort and enjoyment at Eddie Quinn's. , Kuppenheimer Suits $85.00 and $89.50 Eagle Suits $69.50 and $75.Q0 Michaels Stern Courier Cloth $65.00 Botany Suits $65.00 Tailored by Dareff Clothcroft Suits, New Ivy League $49.50 and $55.00 By Jottph k P «U* SeweirSuits .............,........$39.95 Sport Coats ..$19.95 to $34.95 Men's Slacks ...........$7.95 to $17.95 EDDIE QUINN, Clothier Ever Bought Anything at Eddie Quinn's They Couldn't Exchange

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