California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Jan 30 1958, Page 2

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1958, Pasadena, CaliforniaWorld news in Brief. Back in capital Washington. President Eisenhower returned to Washington St . Last night after attending the of his oldest brother Arthur at Kansas City. Benhower then motored to the White House from National Airport. . Firms meet stand the United states declared yester Day that there had been no change in its demand that any Summit conference with Russia be preceded by a pre Paratory foreign ministers meeting. The state depart ment said it still believed that serious preparatory work was necessary if a conference Between president Eisen Hower and soviet leaders is to achieve mutually beneficial solutions to major International no foreseeable War Washington. Adm. Arleigh Burke Aid in secret testimony made Public last night that he does not think a prudent soviet commander would attack the United states in the foreseeable future. The chief of j naval operations told the Senate i preparedness subcommittee that i believe he Wotila he prudent so far As starting a War is Senate favors envoys Washington. the Senate yesterday approved the nominations of Karl l. Rankin to be ambassador to Yugoslavia and Charles w. Yost to be ambassador to Syria. Adenauer lashes critics Bonn. West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer angrily charged last night that current tactics of his Domestic opponents in the Bonn Republic were encouraging Moscow to believe that it might succeed in Bolshem Viking All of Germany. He said his opponents violent attacks on him in the Bonn parliament last week served to heighten soviet Hopes that West Germany s resistance to communist Maneu vers might disintegrate. ., soviet talks set Washington. The state department announced yesterday that movie Czar Eric Johnston will begin talks with russian officials soon to Exchange . And rus Man movies. This is the first step in carrying out a Cul Tural Exchange program Between this country and the user agreed on Friday. Russian predicts pact Washington. Soviet ambassador Georgi Zaroubine told presidential disarmament adviser Harold e. Stassen at a recent secret meeting that he believes an East West disarmament agreement eventually will be negotiated it was Learned yesterday. Zaroubine neither predicted a tar get Date for the agreement nor gave any hint that Russia was preparing a new proposal Lor breaking the .-soviet impasse on disarmament. Port ohm gun Down mod dog killer of 10 dirty feb dark and Refuge in the of Jour f my. Starkweather broke away jumped into the Packard Carl Jand fled. Romer radioed m trifle to set up Road blocks Tan Burke Heflin in another car at Bridge due East of Douglas. When Stark weather pulled off the Road. H Hetta find Rix from j a Winchester pump re Fie. One of the shots clipped Starkweather s right ear. He flan mourned later should aimed a Little j to the left and killed hint. Miss Fugate said she had no part in any of the slayings. She told officers that she jha.1 been held hostage since last saturday. J admits slaying Starkweather confirmed the girl s Story. He boasted tried to get away a couple of times but i stopped j i after Starkweather was lodged in jail at Douglas. Offi cers returned to the spot where the Chase began. There in the parked car they found the body of a who had been shot. Rorn r said Stark a Wenther admitted the slaying. During the intensive Hunt for Sta Nebraska gov. Victor Anderson ordered National guardsmen with experience to Aid icily police county officers and Stato police. Doors Fabreo fears that he might still be Jin Lincoln brought police warn rings in broadcasts Over radio Jand television stations to rest dents urging them to bar their to any strange teen age youth. Lincoln schools had been or dered closed until the dead or alive capture of the Slayer. Those slain in Nebraska since monday were caril s Mother remarried named mrs. Velda Bartlett her Hus band Marlon Bartlett their three year old daughter Betty Jean Robert Jensen 17 Carol King 16 August Meyer 70 year old Bachelor Farmer c Lauer Ward 47, president o the Capitol steel and Bridge co. His wife Clara and their maid Lillian Kencel. Killer sullen the youth was sullen. He huddled in a bunk in his Jai cell his face turned away from photographers wearing a once White shirt torn and dirty ohm by Lee Janzen i Titi site i let n Tri su4 this time of year there Are to things to North where the Snow is deep and the winds Are cold or go South where the sea is Blue and the n d is White. But whether you choose a ski Lodge or a sea Side resort your picture problems Are lust about the same judging from the ques Lions folks ask us. Question is color Worth while for Winter pictures answer in the South obviously. In the North definitely. If you think of Winter As Only Snow and leafless Trees of Black an d White you re wrong. There Are always Blue skies deep Crisp shadows colourful win Ter clothing Rosy Cheeks everything that makes a picture As sparkling As the what about exposure exposure on the Beach or on a ski run is lust about the same one Stop smal Ler than you would normally use for a picture in Sun Light to compensate for the extra brightness of Sand or Snow., follow the accurate exposure facts in each Box of Kodak color film. Question what about Flash with All that Light answer Flash often helps in close . The brighter the Light As on the Beach 01 out in the Snow the deeper and sharper the shadows you need Flash to fill in those shadowed areas with Light. Try it and you la be pleased. If you have any particular questions about the Pic Ture you want to take Here at Home or on a trip drop in. We re always glad to be of help. Lee Mac camera e change at 39 South los Robles. Phone Sycamore 2-4343 and Ryan 1-8961. W. Oral ii Omin 1tamm gallery of shoes Mariposa Lake Altadena Over 1496 pairs of fall shoes Only famous Brand shoes this thursday. Friday and saturday one Dollar buys the second pair of shoes in any size we have not All sizes available 2nd pair 00 group a straps casuals values of pair group b women s casual teen age shoes values to pair group c women s dress shoes High and medium heels values to pair group d women s dress shoes famous brands but factory will not permit us to use the names. Values to pair open fridays til 9 . Deliso Debs Sbicca Kimel velvet step vitality Selby s Many other Well known names All sales final the gallery of shoes Altadena Mariposa i Lake Pasadena fair Oaks at Washington Monrovia 526 s. Myrtle Hoelscher s men s Wear 23rd anniversary open tonight also Friday til 9 p. In. Below Are shown a few examples of the values in this great Sale men s suits All Wool Ond silk Wool Tweed suits tailored by. Don 39.99 50% silk i 50% Wool blended for year round Wear. The suit coat makes a perfect sport jacket when worn with contrasting Slacks. Shoe Sale men s sport shirts Jya Lues to 15.00.now 9.99 values to 8.95.now 6.99 values to 6.95.now 5.99 values to 5.95.now 4.99 Wen s Ivy league sport shirts values to 6.95.now 4.99 men s Zipper jackets 22.95 Nylon Shell Nylon fleece 17.99 10.95 drizzle style water repellent now 8.99 men s Hose 1.00 Cotton Argyle 79e 1.00 stretch 79e 2.95 Wool 2.39 1.50 1.19 men s ties 2.50 pure 1.69 men s Ivy league twill jackets values to 27.50.now 19.99 men s Corduroy jackets values to 22.95.now 16.99 men s hand Woven Harris Tweed topcoats 49.00 men s Slacks men s sport Coats All sizes 59.50 sport 55.00 sport Coats All Wool.39.99 45.00 sport Coats.34.99 men s Slacks All sizes 27.50 Hirthey twill gabardine.23.99 27.50 Hirshey deerskin.23.99 27.50 Forstmann flannels.23.99 25.00 Hirshey Sheen gabardine.19.99 25.00 Hirshey worsted flannel.19.99 22.50 imported flannel.17.99 j21.00 Sheen gabardine .17.00 special worsted flan Nels gabardine .14.00 men s Ivy league twill pants 7.95 5.99 5.95 4.99 All Wool 2-ply Sheen gabardine regular 21.00 i 7.00 Brown charcoal Gray Tan. Reg., Long and Short. Sizes 28 to 42. Over 1000 pairs of Slacks on Sale. Men s sweaters values to 27.99 values to Cashmere Nylon now 17.99 values to lambs Wool now 9.99 values to 8.95 Orion now 7.99 sex the and de payments March 3 april 3 May v Al men s tee shirts undershirts and shorts 1.25 tee shirt Reg. Stock Nylon reinforced 2 for 1.95 1.00 undershirt Cotton now 3 for 2.25 1.50 shorts Cotton washable now 1.19 2.50 shorts 100% 1.89 men s Polo shirts 10.00 Wool Wool and 7.99 men s White and coloured dress shirts values to 5.95 1-shirt. 2-shirts now 3.65 now 7.00 3-shirts now 10.00 4-shirts now 12.65 men s apparel by 6-0263 615 e. Colorado free parking Bank lot off Madison

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