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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Ames, Iowa Page Forames daily Tribune Ames Iowa monday february i to. 19 53 Gap makes Progress on Yalta Campaign pledge today a j news briefs from the state National and internal scenes Early morning exercise Ames. La. Up a results of 1952 Iowa Corn yield tests will be Anno Meed tuesday at an annual crop improvement Day at Iowa state cd Leire. Washington up a the House ways and Means committee overrode president Eisenhower a go slow request and voted 21 to 4 today to Cut individual income taxes july 1. Independence. La. Up a fire burned out one Brick building and damaged four others in downtown Independence today causing a loss c estimated at $200,00 ,. City firemen and fire fighters from the state mental health Institute fought the flames for four hours before bringing them under control. See Resolution to psychological warfare move hint to motorists and shaking them if there is any end play in a the car Back and to Mobile Axle shafts it can be de catching the tested by jacking no the wheels rear what or by rocking Forth closely motion in the Fred Townsend. 59, Brooklyn Iowa was killed instantly saturday when the car in which he was Riding collided with a train at a Rock Island crossing in Brooklyn. Washington up a pre Dent Eisenhower gave congressional leaders the go ahead Toda to Start preliminary work to Tram form the Federal Security administration into a department headed by a Cabinet member. Des Moines . A rep. Henry Stevens a Scranton who helped kill a plan to re apportion the Iowa House said today he will introduce a Bill to expand the Senate. Drifting snows slowed Highway travel in the Story county area sunday night but by this morning the primary roads were open As were most streets in Ames. Snow Crews had worked during the nigh sanding Slippery roadways and breaking up the High drifts which in Many cases made the Snow Fai seem like 40 inches rather than the actual 4 inches recorded by c. N. Brown at the agronomy farm. And with the streets problems also came the wintry problem for those in the residential areas Clearing sidewalks and driveways before work. Shown Here Are four of the Quot Early Birds no Wert up with Daylight this morning busily tossing the Fluffy crystals to Side areas. Above left is a p Reitz 831 Wilson who has a Corner lot and thus twice As much Snow to Clear. The tribunes earner next caught Sandra Gowan at right Abo Veas she shovelled Snow before her House at 610 not Street. Sandra a Roosevelt fourth grader is the daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Gowan. Belov left is Harvey Meyer 820 Wilson employee of the atomic Energy department at the College. To get the photo at right below the photographer just turned around and snapped Rohin Sawyer As he worked on his walks across the Street from Meyer. Sawyer also is employed with the atomic Institute and lives at 821 Wilson. Generally the Snow caused Little major difficulty in the state. By noon today rising temperatures were already melting a bit of the Snow. According to Weatherman Brown the High Reading sunday for the Ames area was 25 degrees at 12 15 in the afternoon with the Mercury then dropping to 6 degrees during the night. A if by John l. Steele United press correspondent Washington it a pres i ident Eisenhower and his culls a Gross Onai leaders today mad a a it ome Progress a on a Resolution encouraging people Fig lit dig for Freedom in soviet Satel a a Lite countries or elsewhere. Senate majority Leader Robert a. Taft leaving the weekly White House legislative conference said the Resolution will repudiate parts of the Yalta and other International agreements which a might be construed to limit the Freedom of people fur Taft said however. Taft said the Yalta agreement is not the principal tar get. Quot the idea is not a repudiation of any particular agreement but rather of any construction that would Lead to acquiescence on our part to suppression of Freedom in Satel Ite countries or elsewhere a Taft lid. He said the language of the Resolution was one of the major subjects considered. It was discussed at some length we made some Progress Taft past with foreign governments. Secret Taft said he thought or. Eisenhower referred to agreements that were secret at the time of their completion. He said he knows personally of none now which Hae not be a made Public. No Date was agreed on for Intro diction of the Resolution. There is no thought that such a world wide declaration by this government can do More than to enc o a i age suppressed Peoples behind the j Iron curtain. Sen. H. Alexander Smith in a was confident a Resolution would be approved by Congress. House Republican Leader Charles a. Halleck of Indiana also Felt the Resolution will be approved. Sanford a Diskette set its easy to have Bright clean clothes a balanced pen a a handsome Well Ink in Hobnail Glass 2 bottles Penis a. He was reminded or. state of the Union Mes be asked for action to make Are a this government recognizes no kind of commitment contained in secret understandings of the see us for. General repairs on trucks tractors and trailers bodies and frames Allan machine shop $39 school and office supplies feb. 16th-22nd 2 Sun enters Pisces 18th h $ Moon 1st Quarter 20th morning Star b Saturn i evening Star Mercury of Mars 9 Venus i Jupiter Indian name hunger Moon 517 .16 m�r.7 12,8.5 41 f . Bought Panama it a canal strip 1903. A �r.7 10, s.5 43f shrove tuesday. Tarty Moliere playwright j died 1673. Party line tragedy in one act when you forget to line i replace the receiver. 18 Vav �r.7 08, s.5 44t Ash wednesday partners i j Lent begins. R 19 t �r.7 07, s.5 451 Edison patented can make phonograph 1878. Sound advice for party liners hang. their Are on the phone. F �r.7 05, s.5 47f 1st general postal cars Laws passed 1792. 21 so �r.7 05,s.5 4st Amherst College chartered 1825. Lesson for party liners always release a acc allows the line tor a emergency Calls. 22su Isth i indent �r.7 03,s.5 49t. I Washington birthday inter als. Northwestern Bell Telephone company talc. For lat. 45 n. Long. 936w Cost exclusive apparel for men and boys one group students fined for knocking Down City sign three Iowa state allege Stu Lents were fined $1" each in Ames municipal court saturday tor purposely knocking Down a no parking Rign and carting it off in their the students Are Dennis Moore brought them before judge Albert Richard Cutler and David Kruse. chief Orville j. Erickson said the boys ran their car into in Early american Days mince a no parking sign at tenth and pies sometimes were Frozen after j Douglas then picked it up and took baking and then reheated As menus suits ail our regular make-100% Wool tweeds worsted and gabardine a sorry no alterations Price off with it. A witness to the incident called needed during the Winter according to encyclopedia Britannica. Allrn special for Dollar Day juniors misses and half sizes a Rayons a crepes a Cottons values to 55.99 Cotton and Rayon lace trim regular $169 is 99 Alf sizes 5 and regular 51-15 Nylon a ail guaranteed perfect a seven new Spring shades mope o dry Community grocery amp Market 114 Duff Avenue phone 52 free delivery and free parking these prices Good tuesday wednesday and thursday la. 69d la. 49? la. 59d la. 39? la. 49? la. 49d 305 main Good beef sirloin Steak beef Chuck roast. Short Cut club Steak. Big Bologna sliced. Decker a Brau Schweiger fresh ground Ham loaf cd i Belles Tomato soup. 3 cans 31? Brookdale Salmon la. Can 45c Lux flakes. Lge.box25d vet s dog food 3-1 la. Cans 29c Schulze Burth cookies. 3 pkg. 29c jello All flavors. 3 for 23d Gold medal flour 5 lbs. 55c beet sugar. 5 lbs. 55d cigarettes. Eta. $1.95 Beer warm or cold 98d, $1.05, $1.15 Winter jackets reduced 5 Only storm Coats i Tweed 4 gabardine 20% to 50% re Price regular 55d sox 39t pair 3 for $1.00 i group Manhattan amp Enro coloured dress shirts regular 3 95 amp 4.50 2.79 2 for $5.50 i group sport shirts a Price free bus rides All Day wednesday . Apparel for men and boys

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