Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 14, 1959 · Page 16
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 16

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 14, 1959
Page 16
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16 Tim** H*r«ld, Carroll, la. W*dn«day, Oct. 14, 1959 | 12 Nations In Antarctic Conference May Provide Pilot Project to Ban Secret Bases By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON <AP) — A 12- nation antarctic conference opening here Thursday may provide 1 the world with a pilot project for nn international inspection system against secret military bases. Even though the project would operate in the frozen wastelands of the south polar area, experience gained by the United States, the Soviet Union, Britain, France nnd other participating nations could prove extremely useful in developing more elaborate systems to safeguard eventual dis-; armament agreements. ' The Soviet government has as- ': signed Vasily V. Kuznetsov, first ; deputy foreign minister, to head' its delegation of diplomats, legal, experts and scientists. The nego-' tiations will open with a welcoming address by Secretary of State Christian A. Herter. The aim of the conference is to produce a treaty which would eliminate international friction by freezing national claims on ant- arctic territory, dedicate the south polar continent to peaceful uses and assure scientific cooperation in exploring the vast regions of ice and snow. Antarctica is more than 1% times the size of the United States' and most of it is covered by many thousands of feet of ice. In preparatory negotiations over 15 months, representatives of the 12 conference countries are reported to have reached substantial agreement that a treaty provision committing the continent to peaceful uses should be backed up by an international inspection system. If this understanding is now translated into a formal agreement, signed and ratified by all the interested countries, it will provide the first large scale system for international inspection requiring the cooperation of the U.S.S.R. and the Western powers. (HBBBBBHMIMW^ ^^^^^^^^^^» THOUS of Colorful New \ Sport Shirts R-Gu-Not Club Begins Its Season MANNING — Mrs. W. C. Schrum entertained the R-Gu - Not Club at its opening meeting Oct. 7. Mrs. A. H. Hinz held high; Mrs. Frank Livingston, second; Mrs. Schrum low; and Mrs. Sib Livingston, 80 honors. Mrs. Ed Erps was a guest. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. E. F. Dau will be hostess Oct. 21. Mrs. Minnie Rix entertained the Harfonia Club Oct. 7. Mrs. August Fischer held high; Mrs. Pauline Barten, second; and Mrs. Minnie Frahm, low. Mrs. Herman Vogt will be hostess on Oct. 21. In the Very Best Ivy League Patterns Where else but at Eddie Quinn's in Carroll would you expect to find such a wonderful selection of new fall sport shirts? Where else would you find so many of the most famous brands of the sport shirt world, gathered under one roof? They're all here . . . Manhattans, Arrows, McGregors, Tru Vals ... in gabardines, suede cloths, colorful rayons, ginghams, wash 'n' wear fabrics, flannels ... in all the brilliant color combinations you could dream of. Striking plaids, stripes, paisleys, plains . . . and all of the very best traditional Ivy League styles and patterns. Big Smith Continental Ivies With the New "Flip-Flap" Back Pockets You'll see lots of these wash 'n' wear Ivies on men of all ages. McGregor - Manhattan — Arrow $3.95 _ $4.95 _ $5.95 - $7.95 Beau Brummel - Bud Berma - TruVal - $2.98 For Tall Men - You'll Find 35 & 36 Inch Sleeve Lengths at EDDIE QUINN's BOYS' 2 to 6 „ Sizes 6 to 14 YOUNG MEN'S 29 to 40 $2.98 $3.98 $4.98 "Best Boy's Jeans made in America P COLOR-FAST NYLON-DENIM by Mothers, and sons, love these jeans—and for good reasons. Ferah "Gold Strikes." with Vulca-nees, wear, wear, wear .... much bnger. Made of III/, oz. nylon-reinforced denim. Sanforized*. Fast color—won't fade. Reinforced and copper riveted. Authentic West Texas styling. Fit better... look better longer. •Shrinkage le» than 1% Regulars & Slimt—Sizes 4 to 12 $2 98 Sliw 13 to 16 [R 4 S) and Hu.kie* ,I"ZZ $3^50 EDDIE QUINN, Clothier Corduroy Slacks Sizes 4 to 12 $5.98 Sizes 14 to 20 $6.98 Zero Weather Brings No Fears When They Wear Parkas The boys'who carry paper routes, work outside, play outside will tell you these are the smartly sensible coats of the year. Defies winter and wear, repels water and wind. Complete with zip-off hood. Completely washable. Sizes 4 to 12 Sizes 14to20 .95 $1195 and and $11.95 $17.95 EDDIE QUINN'S OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9:30 p. m. Hundreds of Soft Orion and Wool SWEATERS Famous Catalina, McGregor and Lamb Knit orlons and zephyr woolens, soft as cashmere that are so easy to care for. Also in extra long sizes for all men. Crew Necks V-Necks Slipovers Cardigans MEN'S LIGHTWEIGHT 3-BUTTON SWEATERS $11.98 and $13.95 BOYS' 4 to 12 $6.98 14 to 20 $7.98 MEN'S Bulky Knit $12.95 and $15.95 BOYS' 4 to 12 $5.98 14 to 20 $7.98 QUINN CLOTHIER

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