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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Ames, Iowa Pilro two Mes daily Tribune Ames. Iowa monday february 19, 19 52 a mum min Winro mkt. Mme a it Mui it i min a Wmk Iamb Ummi Mim Lymm 1 it happened today we War Tufto it Lri a Quot a bulletin a British Guiana in los Angeles and past District labor leaders called off a six Day i governor of the greek american general strike after leftist pre j fraternal organization Ashepa did Mier Cheddie Jagan agreed to with sunday in los Angeles. Draw most of the budget provi Orville getters 45, Man Sions which caused it. Britain had i Ager of the j c. Penney store at rushed More troops into George Denison Iowa was killed in a car town the capital to prevent fresh Accident in Missouri saturday outbreaks of violence and looting j United press International reported today. A slaying congolese polio peace some 4.700 College at Leopold Ville reported today students were Back on their Cam they had been unable to find a Man wanted for questioning in the slaying last week of it. Col Hulen d. Stogner. . Embassy assistant military attache. Elizabeth thring entered her third Day of confinement at Malaska prison on an arrest warrant charging Quot suspicion in the ease a Spring a the surest sign of Spring the annual migration of ducks and geese northward has been sighted in Southwest Iowa Iowa conservation officials said today. A died Alfred w. Miles 69, a former senior vice president or Bonwit Teller a Manhattan department store died in new York John e. Wakes 62, a Leader of the greek american Colony does getting up nights make you Peel old after 35. Of my to kidney or bladder irritations often occur and May make you tease and Wenrou from too frequent burning of itching urination both Day and night. Secondarily you May lose sleep and tufted from headaches Back depressed in such irritation Cyb tex usually brings fast. Relating Comfort by curbing irritating germs in Strong acid urine and by giving analgesic pain Relief. Get cyst sex at druggist. Of jeer up and feel better fast. Uses today following two Days of i peace demonstrations in Washington. One Leader of the a turn toward peace movement said that the group was not so Quot unrealistic As to expect to see a Radical change in our cold War policy a winners Italy captured its j fifth straight world Bridge Chain j Pion ship defeating a North Ameri-1 can team in the final 4� deals to Clinch the title and thus retained Possession of the coveted Bermuda i cup. Emblematic of global Supra Macy at the Bridge table. Great Britain was third. A out on Bonds Charles All Man 42. His wife Lois 32, and William Cullen 68, All employees of the state Hospital and school at Glenwood Iowa were free or. Bond after being arrested in connection with what authorities described As a drug and theft ring. Allman and his wife were charged with illegal Possession of drugs and Cullon was charged with Possession of stolen property. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield mont., sponsored a Resolution honouring 84-year-old sen. Carl Hayden. D-ariz., who was sworn in As a member of Congress exactly 50 years ago today just five Days after his native state was admitted to the Union. Senate Leader Everett m Wras co sponsor. A news the chairman of the Federal communications commission joined spokesmen for seven National news Media organizing in a plea to allow courtroom photography and broadcasting at the discretion of presiding judges. A steel a representatives of the la major steel companies and the United steel workers of America today aimed for a a Basic agreement within to Days upon the resumption of negotiations on a new steel pact covering 430,000 Basic steelworkers. A plea mrs. Nikita s. Khrushchev appealed to the women of i the United states for a Friendly understanding and support for her husbands proposal for a Summit conference on disarmament in a Bruno Walter a rites funeral services will be conducted at Beverly Hills Calif., tuesday for world famous musical conductor Bruno Walter 85, who died saturday of a heart attack. Funeral services were to be held today at san Diego Calif., for mrs. Florence Glass Arnold 97, one of the founders of the National Parent teachers association. Funeral services were scheduled tuesday at Evanston 111., for ame Oldberg 87, composer and retired professor of piano and composition at the Northwest pm University school of music from 1897-1942. Services were held in St Peters Basilica today for Aloysius Joseph Cardinal Muench with Dickson is Quot pipe John xxi Participatins-iii., immediately after the funeral the body of Cardinal Muench was taken to the Airport to be flown to the United states for burial at Fargo n.d., where he served As Bishop for Many years. Ames and area deaths mrs. Mcanally died sunday mrs. Rose a. Mcanally 79, fort Dodge Dii a last o get a the Home of her daughter mrs. Paul Buegel 714 Douglas ave. Born in Webster county she had made her Home Here with her daughter since last August. Survivors include mrs Buegel two Sisters mrs. C. P. Wilson of Mason cry and mrs. R. E. Dawson of Clinton two Brothers Frank Hannon and John d. Hannon both of fort Dodge and a granddaughter Alaric camper of Ames. Funeral services will be wednesday at to . From the sacred heart Church in fort Dodge. Burial will be in Corpus Christi cemetery. Arrangements ere in charge of the Stevens Ross funeral Home. Drivers find icy streets hazardous probation officer Robert g. F Arter 24, Forrest City will take office Here june i As probation officer for boo be and Story counties. Carter was named Here last wednesday by the two juvenile judges of both counties. Tribune photo w. T. Rogers Zearing died William t. Bid Rogers. 69, Zearing died sunday at Story county Hospital. He had been a patient there since Friday. Born feb. 5, i8c3 in Indiana or. Rogers had lived most of his life in Zearing. He was a retired Farmer and employee of a livestock company there. Krift. Boy born to or. And mrs. Roger Turk 141 Mammei court saturday at Story county Hospital girl born to or. And mrs. John b. Gratzek route 3, saturday at Mary Cree Ley Hospital. Or. And mrs. Donald Heintz Cambridge saturday at Story county Hospital. Or. And mrs. Norman Luing Nevada sunday at Story county Hospital or. And mrs. Donald Varnum Ames sunday at Story City hos Iowa guard training dates set he is survived by a son. George Pray of Rochester n. Y. Four dough ters mrs. Vianna Burton of Zearing mrs Mildred Egli of Oak Forest. Pm. Mrs. Edna Mccoy of Bend ore., and mrs. Louella Taylor of my Rill seven grandchildren and a sister mrs. Walter Walker of Anderson ind. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1943. Funeral services will be held wednesday from the Zearing evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. Louis Klotzbach officiating. Burial will be made in the Zearing cemetery. The body will lie in state at Ames Brouhard funeral Home Zearing until the time of services. Mary Greeley Hospital admitted saturday a Gregory Brueland. Huxley Kenneth c. Christianson. Jewell mrs. Gertrude Hartman Ames Victor e. Wierson Ames sunday a Kreg Kantak Ells Worth Kasper l. Accola Ames mrs. Thele Ethelyn Beman Ames mrs. Pearl Briggs Ames Laverne s. Gardner Des Moines mrs. Marjorie Jean Hagen Ames Thomas e. Hannum Ames Darrell Hiserote Ames Ben Holstein Carroll mrs. Viola Lula Hubbard mrs. Katherine Sowers Roland mrs. Henrietta Weiss Neil Welden Ames. Dismissed Des Moines up a the honest John rocket will be fired by Iowa National guardsmen for the first time next summer. Maj. Gen. Junior f. Miller Iowa adjutant general said today that the rocket will be used during nine minute Short wave broadcast Beld training exercises at Camp beamed to North America. A troops a Ataniese troops recaptured the town of Konkolov where 19 roman Catholic priests and seminarians were massacred a Katanga government statement said today. Former Zearing woman died cities today tues. Wed. Cont daily from 2 30 . The millionaire playboys and playgirl the sinners and the straying saints comes this celebrated love Story r Mccoy. Wig members of Battery a 4th rocket howitzer battalion 185th artillery of Perry Iowa will fire the rocket during their training july 22-aug. 5. As Iii past years most of the 6,000 Iowa army guardsmen will train at Camp Ripley Minn., from aug. 5-26 with each unit in action two weeks. Reconnaissance and tank uits will the first half of the Camp Riley period and infantry and artillery service units the latter part. Miller announced that two major groups will not train at Camp Ripley the Cedar Falls based 224th Engineer battalion will be at Camp Dodge july 15-29 and n the 194th Artiller based at hum Russell hoi Verso a Tho j Swul Wpm at Camp Guernsey Mas Robert Coburn. 20. My wye., juy m2. Ritala / a Here Are Miller old the air National j rested by the theft of four wheels. Guard 132nd air defense wins student freed on Bond await arraignment four Iowa state University students await arraignment in municipal court Here on charges of larceny after being arrested by police Here Friday night. Alfred Vincent Capalongo 23, saturday Sindy Duncan. Vicki Webert Carl Faber Kenneth Lange mrs. Mary Spurrier. Mrs. Pauline Stensland mrs. Rosella Diehl John Greiner Richard Lau mrs. Helen Drake Elbert John son Karl Neitzel Gail h. Groves former Zearing resident mrs. Mrs. Freda Riecken. Mrs. Bessie Lizzie Ann Tolly 76. Mora Midi Kruse mrs Elaine Woodfin and died saturday in a Mora Hospital. Girl. Mrs. Mary Dodds and girl she was born March 18. 1885 mrs Mary Jane Tobiason and near St. Anthony and moved from boy. Mrs. Darlene Wherry and Zearing to Mora in 1943. Her Hus girl. Hand Guy preceded her in death sunday Cathy Walter. Maj. De in 1961. Mund Valdes. Mrs. Hazel Pearson. Survivors include two ions harrs Mabel Hayworth. Mrs. Ruth old of brr an Minn., and Lester Reeve. Doretta Baldus mrs. Bar of state Center six grandchild Bara Bruene and boy mrs. Wan Dren and eve Grent grandchildren i a. Borchers my Airl mrs. Kuth and two Sisters mrs. Elsie def erne Meissner and girl mrs. Long of r Cohlend Center wis., and ent Mullaev and girl. Mrs. Jac mrs Cecelia Smith of Dav Minn i a Luene Souder and girl rotary we a Quot a a on b�ujst0rv county Hospital hard funeral Home tue Day a a Sarut Day Fornal. Mrs. Pm2 a the weekend ice and Snow storm caused havoc with traffic in the Ames area As More than a dozen wrecks blamed on icy streets were reported to police. The first came saturday about 9 47 . Invoking cars driven by Jerry Lee Rogers 19, 1117 Lincoln Way and David Peterson 39, 405 24th St. Their cars collided at the intersection of Lincoln Way and grand ave. As Rogers went West on Lincoln Way and Peterson went East. About to ., cars driven by Patrick Grady Spencer 22, Kansas City to. And Lowell Craig Carver 17, 1003 Harding ave. Collided at the intersection of Lincoln Way and Beach. Both cars were westbound on Lincoln Way. Carver was unable to Stop on the icy Street and struck Spencer a car in the rear. About 10 25 . Cars driven by Nenning r. Herigstad 32, Roland and Thomas t. Blank 66, Mayfield collided at the intersection of grand ave. And 13th St. Both cars were southbound on grand. Blank was unable to Stop in time and struck Herig stadts car in the rear. Collide on sixth at 10 55 . Cars driven by Robert Dale Mccoy 53, 320 Stanton ave. And Marion Clark Haynes 40, 3516 Woodland ave., collided on sixth St. West of Brookridge ave. Both cars suffered about $100 damage each. Mccoy a car was damaged on the left rear. The Haynes car was damaged on the left front. Cars driven by g e o r g e h. Clark sr., 66, 1519 Wilson ave. And Richard l. Overland. 19, route 2, Ames collided on Sherman ave. Ai its intersection with an East West Alley saturday about 11 52 . Clark was southbound on Sherman ave. While Overland came East out of the Alley onto Sherman. Both cars suffered about $150 damage each to the front. Three cars were involved in an Accident about 11 45 . Saturday on the Isu Campus at the intersection of Morrill Road and Union or. Jane a. William 19. Waukesha wis. Was stopped on Morrill at the intersection. Behind her was a car driven by William James Haas. Jr., 25, 920 Douglas ave. His car was struck from the rear by one driven by Thomas Arthur Beshaw. 22, Cedar rapids pushing it into the first car. Cars driven by James Freeman Moore 19, Gilbert and Eldon Stanley Smith 34, 2201 Ferndale ave. Collided about 1 20 . On Ridgewood ave. Too feet North of 13th St. Moore was southbound on Ridgewood while Smith was northbound. An Accident on Burnett ave. Eighth St. Saturday about Newton 39, 3643 Story St. Struck a pickup a topped on Lincoln Way just West of the Welch ave. Inter Section about 4 3.&Quot . Saturday Driver of the truck was Oliver i Johnson 47, 3809 Ontario ave. His truck suffered a amt $125 damage the car suffered about $50 dam age. About 6 50 . Cars driven by Gerald r. Larson 21, route i Laverne and James Blanchard marauder Denver Colo were involved in an Accident on Ash ave. About 150 feet South of Lincoln Way. Larson was northbound on aah while or Lander was backing from a driveway onto Ash ave about 6 . Sunday cars driven by Dorothy Karen Bergman 22. East Linden Hall at Isu and John Henry Best 37, 1220 Park Way wern in collision at Lincoln Way and Beech ave. The Bergman car was going West and attempted to turn South the Best car was eastbound on Lincoln Way. Two cars and a Street sign were involved in a traffic Accident at the intersection of Lincoln Way and Stanton ave sunday about 6 15 . Jam Earl Holtz or. Named to head Campus Myca Earl Holtz jr., 914 Brookridge ave., has been elected president of the Iowa state University Myca. Joe bailout 2102 Kildee ave., was elected vice president. Holtz succeeds Tommy Timm 312 Ash ave., with whom he is co chairman of the sinfonia sing menus residence singing Competition. Holtz and Timm both juniors Are Active in the Phi my Alpha menus musical honorary s Aile Touet 20. Route i. And Phi Della Theta 1 Osceola was eastbound on Lin Coln Way when his car was in collision with a car driven by Donald Lee Mever 19, Sac City. Took Street sign Meyer was Gong West and at Holtz is president elect of Alpha Kappa Psi professional business fraternity treasurer of the j business students association and is a member of the society of advanced artillery cadets a a in tempted to turn South to Stanton Chub it Pep Council and Lac Owa at Tho time of the Accident. The singers. He is also a cais took a Street sign with them former member of the concert w Dot v j marching bands and of the Meyer was cited for making and race team improper left turn by police. His car suffered about $250 damage to the right rear. The other car suffered about $225 damage to the right front. Wall Street listening Post minnesotans held in theft of car Here saturday three Minneapolis Minn youths Are being held in City jail Here on preliminary charges of larceny of a motor vehicle after being approx new York up a Kenneth i bended near Indianola yesterday Ward of Hayden Stone amp co. Says with a car Stoien in Ames Satin there was some selective Techni-1da Cal damage don11 during the 6 per Michael Robert Hauser 16. Cent january setback. Ward Points Richard Arnold Bary. 16 and out the drop actually was led by ill Chari Paui Hinricks 15, All of the decline of Only seven stocks Minnesota Are by in8 Hod hero Fogt in the do Industrial averages and this will require further time consuming base building. But oddly enough he states almost 300 stocks reached new highs during this period. A quite an impressive record for a so called Bear according to Thomson amp my further action. The youths Are charged on the preliminary information with stealing a 1055 Pontiac belonging to Terryl Lee Anderson 101 Sheldon ave. About 8 . Saturday. The car was parked in front of the Sheldon Munn hotel when it was taken Here. The car was recovered by authorities about noon yesterday seven Miles South of in Kinnon with Strong underlying i pianola Atter the youths reported support technically and j favor by ran off the Road in the ditch on Able economic climate the Basic Price trend remains upwards. Many Bright areas Are attracting an icy Road. Story county attorney Doonald Nelson is conferring with Minne attention such As the Oil Futural j sofa officials before filing further Gas. Rubber and textile industries charges Here. Two of the youths Are believed to be under the Juris according to Standard amp poor a diction of a juvenile court in min pending investigations of the gov-1 Neapolis. . Funeral r Scott Riri Shaio $ tender is tub night. I of. Colon a. M Uzwy Jennifer Jason Jones a Robards or. Joan Tom Fontaine a Ewell plus. A where there a smoke tires and Hub Caps from a parked car in Campus town feb. 9. Judge John l. Mckinney set Bond in the Case at $1,000 following their arrest. Holverson is free on Bond. Officials Here Are checking with the state Board of parole to see if Capalongo is still under probation from an incident Here last year. At that time Capalongo and another Isu student were charged with taking a car belonging to an Ames Man on a a Joy upholstery autos boats of Des Moines will take its Field training in weekends at the air guard Hanger at the Des Moines municipal Airport Between april and september. Two Iowa air guard unit will go to Wisconsin. The 174th tactical fighter Squadron with Headquarters at Sioux City will go to Yolk Field aug. 18-sept. I and services will of held Boardl by Abdelaziz Mohamed Khalial from St Gabriel Yarhn lir is a nday Warren Bingham. Mrs. A. 24 710 Mammei court and from St. Gabriel Catholic Church. Robert Renner and girl. Mrs Zearing. Wednesday at 9 30 a in. Lioyd Dadisman. The Rev. Cecil Mcsweeney offi i Story City Hospital admitted saturday Cheryl Linier Jewell Lois Olson. Story City Sharon Ann Thompson Story City. Sunday Larry quist. Williams. Dismissed saturday a Howard Maraland. Pau1 Skaar. Sunday Barbara . Involved cars driven 6rnment�?Ts huge stockpiles of Atra coating. Burial will be in Zearing cemetery. Former resident 91, died saturday Laird Harris 925 Carroll ave. Khal Fallahi a car suffered about $270 damage to the left rear. No details were available on damage to the Harris car. Colyde at intersection Telic and critical materials confuse the Outlook for nonferrous metals. Obviously if the government should decide to dispose of excess supplies the prospects for Metal prices would be dammed considerably. A however the economic consequences of any wide Stock Market a former Ames woman or Harriet Mccarthy. 91. Died Satur a Dortha Marshman Dav at her Home in los Angeles. Thompson Calif. Born Jan. To 1871. At Perry she came to Ames in about 1890, and moved to California with her late husband r. H. Mccarthy in 1925 a Ltd j i she was a member of the a the 133rd aircraft controlling pe0 chanter and he co a. Warning flight from fort Dodge ional Cli urch am a funeral Ann Smoot Sharon Ann about 3 41 . Saturday cars i spread Selling from the stockpiles driven by Byron r. Bryant 21 along with diplomatic and domes new York up a stocks got route 3 Zearin and Fred a i tic political consideration Jeem to of ,0 a rms arb s a a a in a Beese. 39. 2304 Kellogg ave. Were i preclude any disruptive disposal Nan ova and moderately Active in collision at Tbs intersection of of Lincoln Rcv and Duff ave. He was certain from fort will be at the army missile site m5 near Milwaukee from july 14 28. Furniture Jack s trim shop 528 a Duff be 2-1259 Louisiana school option Law invalid services will be held in los an Geles. Tuesday. She is survived by three sons Dan. 809 Carroll ave., c. C. Mc-1 Carthy of Webster City and Robert of los Angeles and a daughter mrs. Alice commons. San i Marino. Coif. She was preceded in Dath by her husband in 1957, and a son. I Richard in 1941. Elmire . Up the traffic cop who stopped James driving his compact car with obstructed vision because there were five people in the front seat called Headquarters for advice. Advised to be sure that All five were in the front seat the officer replied he was absolutely certain a because seven More passengers were in Che Back seat of the tiny Auto. Bryant was southbound on Duff while Boose Wen North. Bryants. Car suffered boil $175 damage to the front while Broses car suffered about $300 damage to the front an eastbound car on Lincoln Way driven by Catherine Rose -17 in South Dakota new York up a the lowest temperature reported to the . Weather Bureau this miming was 17 below Zero at Philip. S d. Sundays High was 90 degrees at Mcallen tex. Disney s own special Brand of fantasy combined with the make believe world of Victor Herbert a immortal music Cou Egin a festival of song dance and laughter re it now thru wed. Mat. From 1 30. Eve. From 7 full program after 9 30 Washington up the. A a a re ,.supreme court today struck Down refused to order the origin As unconstitutional , Hgt Prem Quot a a a a a it a Cal Wien Law which ret mined h,n3s$ it a Spur counties to close their schools to escape desegregation municipal court Jerry l Munn. $15, suspended n her us or pal to Ca purposes of dues1 or my Check. $8.35 court Cost obtained under a Railroad Union assessed Sally a. Wiesler $5, no shop agreement. The Case in Vaud operators i Cense Irving h the court in a Brief order an eight year old suit in k,an2. Or. $5. Suspended for in ruling by a special three a hich six workers objected to use i proper Register air n George sch held judge Federal court in new or it of their dues payments by the poker a. Stop sign. Simoti a numb i f ,. Walt Disney pc a Anas or it a k q i plus Disney Short subject Popcorn cold drink and Candy in foyer a within a Block of yall Ames theatres leans last aug. 30 which declared brotherhood of railway clerks the state statute invalid. The at the new Georgia Heiring 14 i lower court opinion had nailed the i railway unions would be required Law an a Experiment with ignore to produce financial records a denied a hearing to four Benigro clergymen seeking to nullify the local of Ion statute we he la emotion a he it them in Ala enacted by a special session of Bania. The ministers were sued the state legislature in february 1961, it provided for a referendum to enable Parish county voters to indicate whether they preferred no Public schools to mixed schools. The county school a cards could then act accordingly. The supreme court acted today without comment. In tither actions the supreme by the governor of Alabama arid Montgomery City officials for statements made in an and carried by the new York times March 29, ly60. It concerned negro student demonstrations in Montgomery read the inborn. Want Ada for the dogs Nottingham England up a a Candy maker announced he is exporting Croco late with a special meat protein supplement for dogs. Carlin funeral services Ukiah. Calif. Up funeral services will be held today for former boxing manager Ray car in. Two of Carlin a proteges who reached the big time were heavy i weight contender Lou Nova arid a world Junior lightweight my web ter weight Champion Frankie Klick among the eight variety acts featured at the Ames kiwanis clubs Valentine party last week was this singing Duel of Harvey Diehl and Lindy Buck. Over Joo Al anians and Ihetu keens were determined at the memorial Union. Other acts included a combo of retired Kewanian musicians. Market. Steels i inned and autos wee narrowly mixed. In the chemicals. J Dupont boat about a Point. Just about All Blue Chip moved Only j fractionally in both directions. I International Telephone was a i Market feature Down approximately 3 Points following the con 1 Fis cation of its brazilian subsidiary among the oils. Barber and Continental tacked on roughly i apiece. Electronics Wert Egnatic with the recently Active Schlum Berger off More than 3 on continued profiteering. In the tobaccos Philip Morris dropped about i while Delaware Power amp Light slipped Mort than 2 in the utilities. Among the foods j Quaker Oats lost Over 3 despite Quot higher earnings and International Salt declined about la on sharply lower sales and earnings. Metals were erratic featuring National Down roughly w4. Mcdonnell aircraft Addid about a Point. The noon Dow Jones Stock aver Ages were industrials 716.14, Olf 0.32 rails 148.87, off 0,17 utilities 128.95. Up 0.18 stocks 244.60, off 0.05. Ames markets monday noon eggs . Gide a Large. ,29 . Grade a medium 26 . Grade b large2 Pullet. 10 a Small. .15 number two. .18 hogs top packers. 15 00 top butchers. 16.25 Grain oafs. .18 Corn. To soybeans new. 2.31 a a a

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