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V Sen. Taft Claims GOP Is 'Getting Along All Right' ^ WASHINGTON fl>-Sen. Taft (R- •* Ohio) today dismissed a contention that some Kepuoiicnns are saoo« tairinjr President Eisenhower's for eign policy program with the smiling observation that "we seem to be getting along an ngni. The senate's majority leader de- .. clined to comment directly on a » proposal by Chairman Wiley (tv '' Wis) of the senate foreign relations committee that Eisenhower crack down on GOP "saboteurs and malcontents and gold-bricks." No Worries But Taft made it plain he doesn't • believe visible (inferences ot opm- I ion among Republicans on foreign * policy matters will block any major international legislation. The Ohioan said he hopes the senate can act speedily next week to approve a year's extension of the reciprocal trade agreements ' program and a $5,318,000,000 foreign aid authorization bill.-Taft said he believes a compro-• mise-'may, be reached between ; Sen. Brickef'(R-Ohio) and Eisen-■ hower representatives on Bricker's ' proposed constitutional amend- , ment which would restrict treaty • making powers. Wiley has called the proposed amendment "dangerous" because he said it would hamper the President in dealings with other countries. Eisenhower and Secretary of 73-Year-OId Man Held in Jail on Morals Charge A 73-year-old Dixon man is being . neici in tne L,ee county jail on a bench warrant out of county court charging him with the delinquency of a minor. Stanley Timothy. 73, of 1521 . Third street was arrested Friday • afternoon by Lee County Sheriff Charles Redebaugh. According to Redebaugh, he is charged with bringing three Dixon . girls, ages '8, 10. and 12, into his home. Timothy is divorced. STOCKS The followlne listed on the New York Stock Exi-hante. Thin arrv. Ice is provided by the firm of Hul burd, Warren & Chandler, Dixon. At 1 1W Fridav r:io»J,'m' Cl' Allis Chalmesr' 50% 50'i Amer T & T 153% 153'i • Beth Steel 51 5l"i • Boeinjr Aircraft AOK 40H Borp Warner 75 75 U J I Case 17H 17% Central 111 Sec 3?i Bid Chrysler 72% 73U wraw poison ;« Deere & Co 26>i 26 Gen Elec 71 71 ' Gen Foods 52'4 51' . Gen Motors 59% 60: Goodyear 50-% 50 111 Cent 77>,i 77' Int Harv 27% 27-' Kaiser Alum 28% Bit Kcnn Copper 64% 65 LaSallc Ext 6 Bi< Mont Ward 59 59 Nash Kelv 21 21 N Y C 24 U 24 Penn R R 21 21 Radio Corp 24 24 Sinclair 38 38 Soconv Vac 34% 34 : Std N J 71 1,4 71-' Swift 37% 371.; Tampax IB'? tsici . TTmtnH Vrnil 527.i U S Steel 38% 38% West Elec 44 '2 m-\ Wichita Oil — 5'* Bid NYC 5's-2013 77'i 77'| NYC l^'s-2013 "1 Vj 71 V: NYC 4'S-19D8 66-^ 663; Prev nnu-..Tnnp<( Av. Close Industrials 269.0lup 08 268.93 Rails 105.33off05 105.38 Utilities 48.52'jp 14 48.38 Volume 1,160,000 MARKETS Chicago Livestock (Bv the Associated Press) Salabe hogs 200: total 1,200 esti-Salable, hoes 200: total 1.200 es timated: At the close of the top stood at 26.00 with the mine run of the choice full width of grade 180-230 lb barrows and gilts at 25.00-26.00. That range included numerous loads of choice one and two 190-220 lb wts. at 25.75-26.00 to order buvers. Sales of 230-270 lb weights were completed at 24.00 -25.00; while scattered loads and lots of 270 to around 300 lb butch' ers brought 23.25-21.00. Salable cattle 300: total 300. Bulk choice and prime fed steers and yearlings 20.50-23.00. puiK choice and prime heifers 20.00 to 22.75. but some high good to low choice light fed yearlings heifers arouna iuu ids rj.ou io ju.uu. sorinklinc high commercial fed cows and smooth heifer-type kinds 15.00-16.00, commercial to prime, mostly commercial to choice grade vealers 15.00-21.00, part load choice 630 lb yearling stock steers 18.5U, gooa 10 cnoice ra-na id. Salable sheen 100: total 100. Hito good to prime spring lambs scaling 85 to loo ids. closed at 25.50-27.00; choice old crop shorn lambs of yearling type topped at 22.00; bulk ggod to choice 20.00 -22.00: durink week lareer propor tion 160 to 200 lb fat slaughter a few small 115 to 130 lb choice , lots topped for htis class at 6.75; practical closing top 6.50. Many Delightful Flavors State Dulles base their opposition on similar grounds. In a speech in New York Friday, Wiley said nobody was going to be able to hurry the measure through the senate. Confer on Compromise Bricker and Atty. Gen. Brownell have been conferring about a proposed compromise designed to prevent treaties from having the effect of domestic law unless congress approves, but without other restrictive clauses on presidential powers. Wiley's observation— without mentioning names— that some of his fellow Republicans are "sabotaging" Eisenhower's program found agreement among some Democrats. Sen. Mansfield (D-Mont), a foreign relations committee member, said it seems clear to him that a sharp division exists within the Re publican party. Obituaries EDGAK L. CLARK Edgar L. Clark, 88, died at the Bull nursing home about 5:30 p. m. Friday. Born April 18, 1865, in Minnesota, he had lived in Palmyra township for the past 40 years. Mr. Clark had farmed in this area. Surviving are one brother, Harry, and three sisters, all of St. Paul. Services will be Monday at 2 p. l. in Melvin funeral home, Dixon ■ith burial in Oakwood cemetery. The Rev. Sidney Bloomquist, First Methodist church, will officiate. GEORGE W. HIltD MT. MORRIS — (Special)-Serv- iccs win be held for George W. Hird at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the rarrell funeral home, Oregon, no died at 11 a.m. Friday lr Rockford Memorial hospital. Mr. Hird was born in Sheldon la., the son of James and Nina Demming Hird. He was a veteran of World War I and was employed as a typographer at Kable Printing company, Mt. Morris. Surviving are two sons, James, Oregon, and Gene, Mt. Morris; his mother. Scotland. S. D.; a foster The Rev. 'Edwin S. Hunt, pastor of Oregon Methodist chinch, wil officiate. Burial will be in Oak wood cemetery. Mt. Morris, where the Mt. Morris V.F.W. and American Legion will conduct military rites. Friends may call Sunday and Monday m the funeral home. Personals Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Carpenter, Chicago, arc spending the weekend with Mrs. Grace Anderson Beck, near Polo. Miss Franc Ingraham has re turned from Chicago and is at tin home of Mrs. Charlotte Campbell Fries. Miss Ingraham has been ill with bronchitis. The Misses Bell and Nancy Wooldridgc, Dorset Cottage, Grand Detour, entertained the following Evanston, 111., guests at luncheon Wednesday: Mrs. Frank Sa pinions; Mrs. William French; Mrs. George Davis; Mrs. E. L. De-Kcefer. Holly Campbell has been called home by the deatli of nls father, Gordon R. Campbell, Laurium, Mich. KSB Hospital Admitted: James Wombwell. George Clayton, and Miss Mary Kavanaugh. all of Dixon; Charles Maves, Lee Center; Miss Florence Dnmm, Mt. Morris; Mrs. Mary Herrity, Sterling: Mrs. Dorothy Moske. Polo. Discharged: Mrs. Betty Muttall, Mrs. Shirley Goldie. Mrs. Clco Nodine, and Quincy Adams, all of Dixon; Miss Theresa Emmcrt, Harmon; Mrs. Esther Fleenor, Franklin Grove: Mrs. Lauada Beckhart, and Mrs. Lois Brown-lee, both of Amboy; Mrs. Virginia Hanson, Oregon, and Miss Betty Farthing, Morrison. Births: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward McGralh, Dixon. June 26; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conkcy. Forrcston, June 26. Issued License Schrock, county clerk, to Milton S. Covert jr., 21, Rorkford, and Miss Kose I. v Hare, 23, Amboy. 81 GALENA AVE. The Dixon Evening Telegraph Saturday, June 2/, 1953 I'age 6 Paul Carlson Gets Post at Boys State Paul Carlson, 15. Dixon high school student and part time employe at The Telegraph, was elected this week to the circuit court bench during the 1953 session of Illinois Boys State at sprmgneid. Carlson was elected Friday on the Federalist ticket. Four other Illinois boys will serve as circuit court judges dur ing 1953. They are: James Goss, Federalist, Chicago; Chuck Dot-son. Federalist, Tuscola; BillLang- heim. Nationalist. Viden, and Mike Essing, Nationalist, Elmhurst. ncs F. MacDonald, 16, a stu dent at Maimion Academy near Aurora, was elected governor. MacDonald, the Nationalist par ty candidate, was elected over Herb Isaacs, 16, of Granite City, his opponent on the Federalist ticket. The election was the high light of the annual citizenship and recreation event sponsored by the American Legion. Other Boys State ofli'-ials elected i balloting at the state fairground by about 1.200 participants were: Lieutenant governor— George Ca ruso tN), Hinsdale; secretary of state— Craig Molsberry (F). Rockford: state auditor— Wally Fletch er IN), St. Elmo; attorney general —Tom O Brien (e >, Park Ridge state treasurer— Jim F c r g u s o i (N). Evanston; .superintendent of public instruction— Richard Spald ing (N), Ursa; supreme court clerk— Sherwood Anderson (F>, Rockford. Winners in district judicial races included : Supreme court justices— Tom Mitchell (R), Decatur; Richard Hoard (F), Glen Ellyn; Ed Mad-dox (N), Mascoutah; James Ban-zany (Nj, Chicago. U. S. Lifts Controls oh War Assets WASHINGTON— (J» — The United States today lifted the last of tight wartime controls over blocked assets in the United States be longing to citizens of 13 European countries and Japan. At the same time, it unfroz< blocked accounts worth $100 or less, regardless of the nationality of the listed owner. The actions were announced by Atty. Gen. Brownell. who ovci the handling of alien property in tins country. They will turn loose about 15 million dollars to nationals of Aus tria, Belgium, Denmark, France. Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, T h Netherlands, N o r w a y, Sweden, Switzerland, Lichtcnstein, Western Germany and Japan. Tlie attorney general announced without comment that blockin; controls will continue on about 50 million dollars of assets in thi; country owned by citizens-resident! of the Iron Curtain countries of Bulgaria. H u n g a r y. Romania, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithunia and Eastern Ger- South's Heat Wave Goes on; North Cool By The Associated Hot weather continued to domi nate the weather picture in the southern half of the country today but generally pleasant summer temperatures were in prospect for other sections. There were a few wet spots dur ing the night but no heavy rain falls or stormy weather. Showers and thundershowcrs were general in south Dakota, .Nebraska, Northeastern Kansas through Iowa and Northern Missouri. There also were showers in the Southern New England states, Tennessee and the East Gulf states. Light rain fell in the Northern Rockies. Near hurricane winds ripped Augusta, Me., Friday night, dam aging scores of homes, uprooting and downing communication and power lines. Many cross-country U. S. high- ays closely follow the trails of the early explorers says the National Geographic Society. MASSEY'S ACE HARDWARE WINS FRENCH APritOVAL— Jo seph Laniel, textile manufacturer an(b meniner ot tne smau mgniest independent parte, addresses tne French National Assembly in Paris during his successful bid for the premiership. Laniel won approval as premier of France's 19th post- government to end ^7-day gov- lental crisis that lias twice de layed the Big Three Bermuda conference. (AP wirephoto via radio from Paris ) Benson Says U. S. to Aid Droit fit Area LUBBOCK. Tex. — i.D —Secretary of Agriculture Benson told drougth-harassed farmers of the South west today the government will act to save cuttle needed to maintain foundation herds for future beef supplies. Stating a snortage of feed was , forcing many livestockmcn to sell I herds, the secretary declared it would be *'a calamity for the whole country if foundation herds were forced into liquidation." "You need feed, and we want to help you get it," said the Cabinet officer in a speech prepared for a meeting of the American Cotton Congress. csidenl Eisenhower Friday declared drougth-stneken areas of Texas and Oklahoma to be "major disaster areas." This made them eligible for federal relict giants. In his picpared speech, the secretary did not outline a drouglh- aid program, but he said these ensures, besides "disaster" declarations, are under considcia- 1. Establishment of emergency freight rates to encourage movement of livestock to feed and pas- 2. Offer of government-owned feed at prices as "low as we are permitted" by law. 3. Provision of emergency and more liberal credit for farmers needing, financial help. Beloil College Proxy Resigns BELOIT. Wis. tf>— Dr. Carey Croneis resigned Friday as president of Beloit college to become provost and professor of geology Rice Institute, Houston, lexas. The resignation is effective Dec. '1. Croneis, president of Beloit col lege since 19-11, is the school's fifth piesulent since us founding in Dixon Youth Pays §10 Fine Richard Kanzler, 16. of 718 De ment av., was fined $10 and costs Friday after pleading guilty to a charge of reckless driving. Kanzler was arraigned Before Justice of the Peace Lawrence Boos after his arrest at Third street and Custer avenue by Dixon Police Chief Frank Tyne. (Continued From Page 1) and Zuend does not plan to put any on. The lamps that- Zuend purchased have never been u«ed. The car run* on gait and oil, /uend said, but the oil Is not put in a ci auk case nor does it mix with the Kas. The oil is put in a tank and is metered out to the main bearinus and connecting rods, and then has to get out the best way it can. It does not recirculate for further use, ajid therefore must constantly be replaced. It has a friction drive transmission working on a basic principle. An aluminum wheel moves a driven wheel which turns the drive shaft. Starting from the center, the drive wheel moves out Benson came here Friday to , a great deal of money and finally address the cotton group and to ' had to quit. No one would buy it. chock on a drought that has been I Which' just goes to prove that described as the worst in the his- progress moves in its own time lory of the Southw to the left to move the car and de termine the speed, r.fovlng to the right, the car goes in reverse. The clutch is operated by the i'kI'I foot and has to be pushed in to engage and must be held in gear to keep the car going. The brake N on the left side, another difference from today's cars. "I'll have to learn to drive all over again." said Zuend. "since the car has right-hand driv< The car runs on battery alone. It has no generator or fan. "I don't intend to get caught without a spare battery," says Zuend. Zuend. who has spent an average of 3 or 4 hours an evening working on the car, says that he hopes to take his vacation in the Lambert this year. "I don't know how far I'll get in it, he said, "but if 1 get 100 miles or 50 miles it will be okay." What happened to Lambert? About 1917. he sold his car business and went into the manufacture of tractors with caterpillar treads. But his ideas were so far advanced for his time that he lost ron't be rushed. Yet here is Zuend and thousands like him in a fad which is turning the clock back to the start of the century with real old-time cars. N. L. J. 3 Millionth Loan by VA WASHINGTON — W —The Veterans Administration said today it guaranteed the three millionth GI home loan during May. Up to May 25, the VA said. 3.-001.157 home loans, totaling $19,-600,000.000 had been made to veterans during the nine years the program has been in operation and VA guaranteed or insured about half that amount. Nearly 13 per cent, or 383,053. of the loans have been paid off and only 16,218, or less than six-tenths of 1 per cent, have resultd in claims which the government had to pay. Dixon Farmer In Hospital Al ter Accident Howard J. Johnson, 43, Rt. 2, Dixon, injured this week when he was run over by a loaded hay rack, was reported in good condition today in Community General hospital. A family spokesman said his injuries were several fractured ribs. Johnson was overrun by a load of hay Monday while helping in the field of a neighbor. His farm is along Rt. 30, between Dixon and Rock Falls. The accident occurred after Johnson slipped and fell. One wheel of the rack passed over his chest. He managed to roll out of the path of another wheel. THE "LADY" IS MOST WANTED -j-Still wearing women's clothing. Isaie Aldie Beausoliel (above). 46. listed by the . FBI among their "most wanted." wears a startled expression as he is questioned at the Chicago detective bureau (June 26). Police Commissioner Timothy J. O'Connor said Beausoliel is wanted in East Lansing, Mich., on a murder charge. He was mas querading as a woman when he was arrested the dav before by Policewoman Jean Conlon in the woman's wash.-oom of the North Avenue beach along Lake Michigan. (AP wirephoto) Dixonite Fined On Charges of Tavern Owner Richar d Gallagher. Adelhcid park, was fined $10 and costs today after pleading guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct. Gallagher was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Lawrence Boos today after his arrest Friday night by Dixon Police Officers McCoy and Boehme on a complaint brought by Marion Hughes, owner of the M and M Tap, Dixon. Hughes charged that Gallagher had been drinking in the tap and started an argument. The defend- was arrested a; t irst street and Highland avenue. Wheaton College Prof Finds Proof Of Baby Sacrifice NEW YORK - i.T) — A Wheaton College archeologist returned from biblical lands Thursday with a ikeleton of a Inbv believed to have been offered as a sacrifice bout -1,000 years a?o. Prof. Joseph P. Free said he found the rare relic in the founda- ion of a wall at Dotham. about 60 miles north of Jerusalem. •There was a little bowl at the child's mouth and a little iug by its hand, and by one foot was an other jug— plenty of provisions for feeding it in the next life, he The 40-year-old professor said the find appeared to confirm biblical stories of child sacrifices. We can't prove that this was such a sacrifice, but it docs fit the picture," Free said. Pioneer Dies TUSCOLA, 111. — (-F) J. ,T. Hackctt. 93. pioneer iron miner ■ho began diamond drill opera tions in Tuscola in 1SS5. died Fri- in Jarman Memorial hospital after an illness of several months. A daughter, Mrs. Louise Denton, Nowata, Okla. survives. Card of Thanks I wish to thank everyone for their kindness to me during my recent slay in k.s.b. t-iospuai. Also, thanks to the nurses, Drs. LeSage. Dr. McCoy and Fathers ureen and .ranter. «**ATI©ff .1 1^ ^ ^ ' \\\ ST '/fik ^ Sponsored Snnn.nre.1 Larry Blui Phone 3-94QI uofcrtnarsT..-, d>xonjll. by Dixon Chamber < PLAN A SAFE 4th of JULY AT HOME Swimming Race (Amateur) 10 AM to 12 Noon Swimming Pool 3 PM to 5 PM BOAT RACES Lowell Park • Kiddies Rides • Concession Stands ★ ★ ★ 9:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m FIREWORKS DISPLAY NORTH BANK OF RIVER 12 Noon to 3 PM Traotor Rodeo Climax to tht 4-H Tractor Project HIGH SCHOOL PRACTICE FIELD 7 PM to 9 PM Band Concert CNmbor of Comm. Parking Lot ROAT PARADE Abovo Dam Some Folks Itch : . : itch. PASADENA, Calif., UP)— Some folks here have th* l'c\tv Health Officer Wilbur J. Menke. Jr.. scratching around for an explanation, came up with this: In a recent city-wide clean-up campaign, called Operation Junkyard, many substandard structures were pulled down. The pied piper result was that a lot of rats left town. But rat mites are lingering on. Deprived of their rat hosts, the microscopic insects, are attacking humans for their blood diet. The symptoms are tiny, hives-like irritations on arms, legs, abdomen and back— and intense itching. About a dozen cases have been reported^ Children Irk Him, He Slays 3, Suicides KEITHSBURG. 111. — l.T> — Unnerved by the taunts of children, "3-year-old Joseph Fuller grabbed a shotgun Friday and blasted three of the youngsters, then shut out their cries forever. Leaving the wounded children writhing where they fell, Fuller went into his one-room frame home, set it ablaze, sat on a cot and killed himself. Sheriff Robert Cagle of Mercer County said a neighbor related that Fuller had earlier vowed to "take care of the kids" who had been bothering him. "You know how kids are," Cagle said. "They probably teased the old fellow, yelling at him or tossing beans against his windows. and 1 guess he was pretty upset. Wounded were Dean Nylin, 15, his sisther, Sandra, 12, and their cousin. Richard Nylin. 13. Dean's condition was described as serious at Mercer County hospital. The other two children were in fair condition. Cagle said Fuller soaked his home with kerosene, ignited it. t on a coat and shot himself through the mouth. Rock Falls Man Fined 850 Here Irvin Bonnell. 35, Rock Falls, was fined $50 and costs when he pleaded guilty before Justice of the Peace Sterling Schrock to a charge of reckless driving. Bonnell was arrested bv Rock Falls police Friday on the request of Lee county Sheriff Charles Rede- The defendant was picked up by the sheriff last night and returned Lee count v. The arrest was made on a complaint brought by Merle Worinan. 601 Logan avenue, who •barged that Bonnell almost caused an accident near the McRoberts crossing on the Rock Island road. Predict July 3 In Truce Date SEOUL (ft — A Communist front-line propaganda broadcast came up today with a new dat* for a truce signing — July 3. A loudspeaker broadcast from Chinese Reds on the Western front said: "High officials already agreed on peace. The truce will be signed on third of July." Front-line loudspeaker broad* casts previously had predicted a truce first on June 20 and later on June 25. Pope Gives Red Cross §10,000 GENEVA. Switzerland «■) — The International Red Cross Committee announced todav receips of a gift of $10,000 from Pope Pius XII. The Vatican secretariat of state advised the committee Pope Pius, "in spite of the innumerable burdens laid upon the Holy See. wished to give tangilble token of his good-will towards the international committee." IN CASE OF KAIN The ice cream social, to be held Sunday night in Grand Detour and ponsored by St. Agnes Guild of St. Luke's church. Dixon, will be postponed in case of rain. WANTED: Second hand Cadillac 7-pasn. or DeSoto car. Send particulars and price. Car must be guarantee!) as represented. Geo. E. Barrant c/o Standard Dredging Co. 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