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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 11

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cJL oca OP »r«*. Of Depending OB MoXtb Ouh In admiee, fttt o jjM In one day- 15-00 two dara MODEKNZ BEAUTY SHOPPE We close all day on Thurs. Open on Mon. Eunice and Edna. 127-d3 BENEFIT GAME AT DELTA DELTA (Special) -- .A polio benefit basketball game has been scheduled for 7:30 pjn. Friday in the Delta school gymnasium. hurt, he The yontfc, d«scrib«4 ajr hto Tea mew stole* hi Jfataraitoei* ··« Westport sprtag shoes jwt mr-jOther features of the evening will lived. Come in and see them. Al-1 include the sale of candy and pop- · ' ; corn balls, serving of lunches, a cake walk and a movie. » Last week of our January Sale Shoe Department VOICE OF DEMOCRACY Francis Voigt, winner in the local Voice of Democracy contest * *£"'*'?* mother aa Mediae a "psychiatrist to straighten him out." terrorised this city of more than 100,000 a« he swooped back aad forth over and even between downtown buttd- inga, "I could have (DIM a kit tar- er but I didn't want to take any chances," Soderquist Mid IB a matter-of-fact voice. He appeared outwardly calm but his body shook a* be tried to Ht up on his hospital stretcher. His mother said Soderquist had tried to enlist in the Air Fore* but was rejected because of a pa*t criminal record. Blight instructors w«c* uader orders not to "aoto" him under any conditiona. Soderquist made continuous^ow- (Mef pBot of tto «tm »·* "JJI the boys in no condttiom «·"** guy a*t*4 · boys him" because *th* little peculiar in hi* ways." *naette tfce final moTtmtirt of I stops are now required. where MilOSXAl »he B-flat Major Trio. The Mendelssohn D Minor Wo The house received a bin to in- provided a composition in which crease the maximum length of "We had just started taxun* the Beaux Arts Trio could give a ! big trucks allowed on Iowa high- the runway when tm» «uy summary, as it were, of its ability j ways from 45 to 50 feet. a minute'," Dolesal said, to sag melodies of a broad melan- . The senate received an amend" air · 1 ^. tu ^ and to revel ta «·"· mel * to the senate version Tues- air%, elfin-like music. day to set the truck weight limit Here a group of solo virtue.-'- ** 65.478 pounds. Highway offi- ·AIT HBtALB W«A, JML M, Iff! · * the plane, saying ·omething wrong. Doiezal started to check the equipment and then saw a note o the seat. ' Soderquist ordered him ***"* SPORTS shov.ed their ability to lose their cials up the note and read it- it out loud," Soderquist said. Doiezal said the have a device in this I intend to take alone. I have a gun you in the legs." The note said the gun "hair-trigger." Soderquist told Doiezal had had to get . _ nave told legislators they individual personalities in one of 1Bi gk*- jeopardize federal funds !the most perfect ensembles that the sta "e receives if they let the ; has vu-ited Oskaloosa for m long i time and even played in Iowa, for .as cr.e of Uw music teachers of Oskaloosa pu v it last night, even to. Des Momes doesn't often produce , anything as good. | For an encore that closed the a l evening^ concert, the brilliant j "Archduke Trio'" bv Beethoven jwas played by the artists, Title Cedar Gals Gain Second Place lie trucks get heavier than 73,280 ur.ds. EDDYVILLE (Special)--Eddy- -- --;--.. . ^ _ · _ · The fourth bill would give mo- ville'a boys cinched up a share of fore olue managed to sup rn front *-s one new license plate each ** Chiquaqua Valley league title of two every other year. Sen. Jack Miller, R-Sioux City, said "by issuing a new plate each year instead of the two new i plates every other year, with a at his pnze 9:30 ai. ora- 1 Foot Flair,. Still goad siaes left. , helpless officials Alsops S«oe Department. 127-di ucs from toe committee of the ; Ub ' p:ale tend. 1 day service on our drive. Stephen Cleaners 10* S. 1Mb, Highway 63 123-06 AT TRAEOXG MEETJXG Raymond Vanderhorst, Manaska county ASC office manager; Sfari- District Director Robert C. Wil-; of j^i His mother broadcast an son of the immigration and appeal, but to no avail. finally naturalization service reminded 3ii»P3 in Iowa and Nebraska today THE YOUTH faad only . an eighth Jin. '! "I stood by the door and tried 1 1 to talk him out of it," Doiezal said. "I saw he wasn't going to change his mind so I turned and ran for the hangar to call someone on the phone.' sociauon will ir.ee*. at the public library on Feb. S 10 Dlan with a representative of Use Xew York for next season's member- such bril- close to this season's aeries, S there will be HtUe doubt of an monev." a the in between year, could save a little House Okehs ... (Continued from Page 78) that Thursday is the deadline for tank" o* eas remaining. He filing 1957 address report forms as required under provisions of the 1952 immigration and nationality act. The immigration official urged aliens who have not yet filed their 1957 address report to lyn McCain and Louise Bass, ASC do so immediately to avoid pos- Ofice assistants; and the three j sible penalties. Failure to comply county committeemen, A a r o n with the requirementa can mean - --- a fine, jail sentence, and deportation for a willful violation. Brummel, Glenn Phillips and Clifford Cook, were in Ottumwa today attending a training meeting on the administration of the soU bank program for 1957. HOW EVERYONE CAN HAVE NEW OAK FLOORS Just think of it. Flooring for 10x12 room now only $14.40. BURDOCK COT-RATE LUMBER 126-d3 y- Fried Chickea $1.80 Every Wednesday Night Platime Club 126-d3 cident. Also testifying were Sheriff W. F. Bagley, Deputy Sheriff dair Bates; and Highway Patrolmen Harold M. Ferguson and Robert Glenn of Albia. James' brother testified that he had called James to cross to the ZZZZZ irirfhtlw I other side of the bridge to view a were revjewea Tuesday night for ^^ ^^ ^^ thesoverpass fc so doing, the victim dashed into the path of the Loney vehicle. Members of Coroner B a r t Downs' jury panel were J. Logan Cain, Marion Brawdy, and W. A. Magie. set the plane down in a field inside the West Des Moines city limits. The plan* hit a fane*. breaking one wheel and then nosed Soderquist then took off ia the enthus:astic and successful effort plane and began buzzing the city, j for next season's series. VOTE OF THANKS Final negotiations with the Allen Industrial Products company wei 15 members of the industrial committee of the Chamber of Commerce and the CommuniQr Council industrial council. After a motion by Carl Kirk, a formal vote «£ thanks was voted to the Oskaloosa representatives who devoted time to going to Battte Creek, yneK, to make final arrangements. Breaking of ground for the new industrial building is await- tog receipt of blue prints and spe- «zfications from the home plant. FARMERS and CONTRACTORS NOTICE THESE PRICES txl to 2x12 -- Any Length --$ t.75 1x8 Shiplap, 100 bd. ft. Car Siding, 100 bd. ft.' 22x12 Ceiling Tile, ft. Ja32 Smooth Boards, special 4x8 Insulation Board, ea 46 tou. Pax Feeders -S Pen Portable Hog House --165.00 Stock Wool Insulation, bag -- -89 Karrowline Casing, lin. ft -- -06 Prices Barely Above Wholesale BURDOCK COT-RATE YARD 127-d3 6.50 12.50 7.95 2.08 DE RETJS RITES FRIDAY PELLA--Funeral services for Hrs. Gertrude De Reus, 78, of Fella, who died Jan. 29 at the Glen nursing home in Oskaloosa, wjH be held at the Garden Chapel funeral home to Pella, Friday at 2 p. m. conducted by Rev. Herman Ridder, c£ First Reformed church. Burial in Oakwood cemetery. Mrs. De Reus was born Oct. 4, 1878 in Sioux county and had lived most of her life in the Pella vicinity. Survivors include the sons, Gary of Pella, Harold of Des Moines and Soderquist... (Continued from Page 73) LATIOX he intended to crash the plane and kill himself. Soderquist said he didn't consider it. "I didn't want to hurt that plane. Those things cost $10,000, you know," he said. Soderqiuat, whose mother says he needs psychiatric attention said the flight "was a lot of fun." "This town more excitement today than in a long, long time, didn't it?" he said. Everybody in earshot agreed. Municipal Judge Ray Harrison arraigned Soderquist T u e s d a y night in his hospital room on ning account of the event television stations followed charges of robbery with aggravation and with operating an aircraft without securing proper certification. "How do you feel now son?" Harrison asked. "Fm fine BOW bat my stomach is a little upset," Soderquist said. "Well, yon must remember that yon upset a lot of other stomachs hi this town today," Harrison said. · Police said about a pound of j cyanide was found in his hotel j room. Soderquist mixed the pills I he took himself. ! over. Officers Jim Maddox and Keith Townsend yanked open both doors and pulled him out before he could reach a loaded .25-caliber automatic and an empty .22-caHber pistol. "He looked up and smiled" when seized, officers said. He appeared only slightly hurt, but went into convulsions a *ort time later. He was placed under police guard. ,,_»,,_ Officers found a box of "stay awake" pills on Soderquist, but all 15 tablets were gone. Soderquist held the city spellbound as he criss-crossed the city, sometimes as low a* 50 feet off the ground. RADIO STATIONS gave a run- and his flight when he came within camera range. Some stations fed the event to national networks. Thousands of persons stood on streetcorners, ignoring the near- zero cold, to watch as the frustrated pilot zoomed close to tan commercial buildings and the state CapitoL Others hung from windows or stood on rooftops to watch. SODERQUIST, who had only about 15 hours flying experience and had never soloed before, pulled a .22-caliber pistol on his flight instructor shortly after noon and took off in the silver Cessna 172. For 3 hours and 45 minutes he cruised above the city at rooftop level, brushing by tall buildings and television and radio towers with breathtaking precision, apparently to prove he deserved clearance to solo. ..Soderquist, who "alwaya wanted to get into the Air Force," did a "good job of buzzing the town," control tower operators said. At times, he soared with flaps down past the 18-story Equitable seeks our help in meeting such an attack. 2. Authority to spend an extra 200 million dollars of U.S. economic aid for the area before June 30. No specific projects have been proposed, and virtually the only limitation on j a.-e of the monev is that no Middle East country can i receive more than 30 million dol- ! lars of it. these national guard recruits un- j er storage tanksi'"but"a''"south'east' The house action came soon T u e s d a y night as they ran av.-ay from Ce- i^r's Eagk-s 66 to 33 and. foar- r.njr an UQ5£t, shc'jJd wrap :t up Eisenhower . . . (Continued from Page 73) try in day of increasingly complex and more deadly weapons, until the government could have Fire ... (Continued from PagTM 7S) dergo six months of hard, efficient and basic training. Mr. Eisenhower said he felt certain this was Wilson's goal. But thought Wilson had made a very unwise statement without after treatment at the company hospital. flair.es spread to four H A I 1 T K K prevented t%i . em imm reach., after .Mr. Eisenhower, at a news r.-et South of What Cheer sn a. !c^p :. TJ a ] e at What. Cheer Fn- '.5V. gals had less success as they tum- dar's femn-.es who moved'into a second place it ague tie with Freon an equally easy "o o3 tyi^p "·· _Th c Eijjv.-i- icys. -.vr.o edged A"..-. S--iion's in'e ..hali.-r.gers in a rc,c-iu i,:-^ ?.*, coh.-czei their 10:h circuit v . , t - i y agu.nst 2 single d-feai and are r.O'.v a. naif srprnc m front of Sharon vaich tight the hosts went on to put down the upset-minded Hedrick gals. Kay Lasley*s 42-point effort kept Hedrick in the thick of things while Charlotte Wilson with 24 and Patty Williams with 2S provided the one-turo punch *»*t let Ollie v.in. After a close 16-14 opening period lead, Hednck's boys pulled away to a 31-20 halfiime advantage and made it 50-20 going into the final act as Ollie failed to score us the third canto. Hedrick uscu quite a few reserves as Gary Jones showed the way with 14 and Bob Findlay had 12. Carroll KesseU's 15 was Offie'a best. To Lacey Wins Pair As Boys Wrap Up Third Piace in Loop Final LACEY r cated only 200 yards away. About 1.200 firemen battled the flames in near zero temperatures. les against Democratic charges 18-1 for the car.ipa:gn. It was the Edci-es all the -.vav last night as they rolled out to a ··_ the Manaska county championship with an upset one-point decision over New Sharon, put the clincher the and let it burn m- pressed Jan 19 1956 . Dulles with reporters less Than an hour before he! left for Washington National air-jse" out. port to greet King Saud personal- j A. H. Hayes, assistant refinery has ever known. He said Dulles ly--an unprecedented gesture of j superintendent, said that while it! has never undertaken any major . ,,._,=.,, ^._ ,,- ,,..--*.--,, ,-_ difficult to estimate the dam- , foreign policy act that "did not to a 36-16 ha!ft;me bulge owned a 34-25 third Period advan- hospitality by Mr. Eisenhower. Mr. Eisenhower was asked for his views "on the situation today when Washington visits by world lars." Leaders who are obviously imppr- [ tant to American foreign policy are under critical attack, in this mun l ea tions in age, "it appears to be in the neighborhood of one million dol- have the president's top-to-bottom ly Cummings got 11 to top the over the visiting WarrJorettes. country and in congress." The questioner referred specifically to King Saud and reported I o j' plans for Tito to come to the United States. j The president said it ·would be · jrarily. approval. The house approved the resolu- blasts rocked the immediate', tion after rejecting, 191-45. a pro- knocking out telephone com-. posal to kill it by sending it back , , . section tempo- to the house foreign affairs com- Eaa r^ s Louzse Foster engaged mittee. resolution now goes to the first period lead, charged on on the Chiquaaua Valley league third slot here Tuesday night as they set down South high of What Cheer 78 to 64 in their loop windup tilt. In the meantime Lacey's girls also were on the victorious side as They also caxne to the end of th« league run with a 54 to 49 win action and all of them scored but it was Wilbur Vroc-gh and Dale H?.:-ter who led the attack with 19 ajnd 14 points respectively. Richard BeaveV caged 12" and BU- Eagles. Cedar's Judy McBuvr.ey and Flames shot hundreds of o the g*;r and dense clouds in a scoring e] as they hit 37 me Trojans, who have been sharp in recent weeks and ran their win string to five, came out of an 18-18 first period closing hung- over the 1,600-acre senate, where Dulles' policies also are under heavy Democratic at- the first major M --·* -* tack. yes^ma^"dMomac7V''meeronly. the refiner - *TM* August · · · · · · _ «*rVi aT\ *«« avr\l j-.**i f^-vt * fc " with people with whom he agreed. . Racketeering: The senate rules when an exnlosion in a 26-story committee unanimously approved Wednesday a 8350,000 investiga- ·H* «5d it l«r- n«^sSv to'cracking unit touched off a chain »«««=u*y * ~o», uw uiv«u 5A He said it wa. necessary to ,, _ * . _ . - nMrhv ^ tjlT , ks turn of racketeering on a new and meet face to face at tiraes with, people With whom he disagreed in r of explosions in nearby fuel tanks. The exDlosions hurled tons of order to pursue peace, eliminate i metal tato home8 and "»ro u g h ^e misunderstanding/to seek *he dim- \ working area, killing two persons unition of armaments and explore ^^ injuring hundreds of others. broader approach. Senate approval is Eaglettes had too much class as they swept to quarter leads of 17-7, 41-15 and 63-31 and reserves saw considerable second half action duty for the victors. Ha Tennis and Linda Van Ommen chipped in with 16 points apiece for Cedar while Karen Jones meshed 15 in Eddyville's losing cause. Sen . lie chances of promoting peace. ^ Concert... (Continued from Page King Saud . . . (Continued from Page 75) Pella Blasts Past Centerville 73 To 48 D-Ark., e eight- S member bipartisan investigating group, said its powers will be "broad enough to cover every- j thing" in both labor and manage_____ tfcs President in his invitation to nient. .sSdtt^^TS ^IS? 'I^L^gLrnment is hope- ' services sub«,mmiUee headed by centre Tuesday night to move | He thrilled ese ycung muS'ans ful Sand's visit here will help pave ^ ^5" n ^^rf^rte- " P * ^ P3St ^^ V ' CtimS * the ease with which he placed the ^^J^J^^^^ E . Wilson to appear aT a"public 73) after that as Jim Rice bucketed 33 points, BUI Poe counted 24 and Lawrence Rouw chipped hi with 1C. Larry Arendt. South sharpshooter who was named as th* most outstanding player in last week's Keokuk county tournament in which the Warriors reached tha final round, rapped in 25 points to pace the losers while Wayna Witt caged 18 points and Jerry Baker got 11. Both clubs were hot in the first na-f but Lacey bit at a 48 percent PELLA, (Special)--Pella's Lit: clip to swing out front and remain tie Dutchmen led all the way in in control after the late pre-iater- Natlonal Guard: A house armed defeating Centervilie 73 to 48 at mission stages. the Albeniz "Legend" and Chopin's "Nocturne in E flat" an i revealed that many artistic possibilities and hidden meaiur.gs of these delightful compositicrs. Building "about 25 to SO feet lower fnan the top of the building." j j^. He buzzed so close to the state! ^ capitol that the single engine could ! in g. melodies, and be heard above the hum of state!and oc tave technic. The "Naila Waltz", which closed essler's group is c:st:ns- by subtle rhvthirs :r.ti-.gu- support of the president's Middle East doctrine. Saud is a key figure in the Mideast Arab bloc ar.d recently conferred with leaders of Egypt, Syria and Jordan. Besides Mr. Eisenhower, the Monday to explain his the South Iowa Central conference rankings. The Dutch are now 4-4 in the controversial charge that the na- sCIC for fourth place just ahead tional guard was a "draft-dodging O f Centerville which fell into fifth business" during the Korean war. pi a ce at 3-4. Marines: Gen. Randolph Mc- Pressler's group is c:st:ng- greeting party included Secretary Call Pate, commandant of the Ma- legislative committee meetings. Soderquist had a record of using the mails to defraud and fllegal draft registration, according to his mother. Soderquist, described by his mother as "three ye»re younger mentally than his age," either ignored or did not hear the pleas of a battery of officials and his mother to land the plane. His 50-year-old, a daughter, Mrs. Jeanetta Tharp j xjgj; "FANTASTIC" EPISODE j of Farmington; a sister, Mrs. Sar- j began a t noon Tuesday when ' ah Vrizelaar, and brothers, John i Soderquist reported to Jim Dole- j Klein, Tunis, Charles and Arthur j ^^^ g^ instructor for the Ameri- · mother, May, broadcast to her son Klein of Pella, Anthony and Grad- c^ Aviation Co., for Ms flying j over tbe control tower radio to ns Klein of New Sharon; eight lesson. ("please, please come back. Your Doiezal said Soderquist walked! mother is worried.' grandchildren a n d one great- grandchild. Her husband, Ned De did not miss any demands upon his skill and gave, as good inea- jsure, an intelligent and musical manipulation of the pedal. MB. GtHLETS viola: g:-c'i? held the interest of the violir sr.:- jdent as well as that of the iay- jman in the audience. The p-:re I tone and precise daintiness of the | "Sarabands et Tarabourin' 1 ar.d tr.s .daring showiness of the "Screrz^- ^arentelle" delighted the vio:5r..5*s while laymen were intrigued ·"-"-- the difference in mood obtai-.a ·when such a composition as De- ni State John Foster Dulles, Adm. rine 9° r P s reported to the ,,:*? finger Arthur W. Radford, chairman of ***** se TM ces comm.ttee ilr %p=:5*'- *ke i° m t chiefs of staff, and other ignitaries. tuajy that An honor guard of troops from all the armed services presented arms and light artillery guns roared out a 21-gun salute. Following the airport welcome. the president and Saud headed a motorcade that drove to the presidential guest house, historic Blair House across Pennsylvania avenue from the White House. There the from our tram- a. shske-up follow- the deaths of six recruits on march last April at Parris Island. S.C. But Pate conceded that "some regrettable incidents" will continue to occur since you can never "completely eliminate abuse of authority . . . in a system embracing human beings." Farmers: Agriculture department marketing expert Oris V. Wells told the congressional economic corrmittee that farm income DtTFL'S Balanced scor- ·5j ing told the tale as the visitors ran to quarter margins of 17-7, ; 33-21, and 51-31. ; Jim Dnffus hit 18, Tom Boat 15, and Butch Snep- pard and Harley Van Roekel each g o t a dozen. 3 c u r lock's 16 and Bailey's 10 sv e r e Center- vilJe's two top guns. With Lorraine Williams leading' the way on 32 points, the Tro- janettes gained a 13-7 first period lead and stayed t h e r e although \ the South high \ gals kept within striking distance. At halfttme it was a Lacey 2720 margin and they went into the last quarter Wa i Reus, died in 1940 and a son in in- j i fancy. toward the plane as if to climb ] "You've proved to us that you ] a good pilot," she continued. | in it but instead handed mm a are a good pilot," sne conunuea f^a,. p, :ano setting note threatening to shoot mm m j "Now come in and take your pun- ; Gremhra L ^^ ^ ·* the legs unless he got out. Dole- i ishment Bring that plane in- A«»«»uiAitfol Haath Rlliofl U* 1 said he ^^^ to dissuade Sod- j safely and stop endangering other AtUUCllldi I/Cdl II IUIICU j erquis£ from the theft but he said j people." ' h Albia Boy's Death i people.' the youth suddenly revealed a gun; other officials tried more sooth- Mr. Greenhouse opened his grc -~ with the whimsical "Allegro" c.- Locatelli and closed with the br..- liant, popular "At the Fount?T. his " P a , = was run-| an effort to entice v.sit here. Fourteen bands and waving government workers lined the parade route. » Legislature ... (Continued from Page 73) r-.c-.pal, irrigation, agrictdhiraTin^ cies threaten to "wreck the entire iastrial and other purposes is rap- farm price structure." In the freshman-soohomore con- (Special)--^Verdict death accidental death" was returned 1 Doiezal said he "#ot out^ in ~ Tuesday by a coroner's jury at the ' hurry" and Soderquist .OOK orf of i ning out" '' Soderquist to land. i Tknio^oi =aid he "trot out in a "You've rjroved to all of us deserved to solo," the officials, f, 1 "Now prove to us that · ' · _ ; . . . . _, apable of the most diffi- i ***?£*? straight for the downtown area and began buzzing the city. by an auto driven by Robert H.' SODERQtIST was hospitalized Ixmey, Albia, on the south Main immediately after he landed. From quj st used the radio only a couple ^^ street railroad overpass. his hospital bed fee said he had O f times, once when he announced · 1^ Testimony at the inquest was "wanted to do something like this «r om tafrinv off." Later, he! given by Loney and by the victim's for years." older brother. Ernest, 12, who was Soderquist. shaken and white- With James at the time of the ac- faced but apparently not seriously created with the cello a. ir.':^ extreme loveliness by piav.r.z the beautiful melodv and eltss."-: .31y increasing, sa:d- The bill -- .=mbership its supporters would increase of the natural the re- I,. WILLIAMS OQ "'P Mary Dawson topped the riorettes with 27 points. Bussey Falls Twice In Trip To Russell BUSSEY. (Special) --Busby's cagers made a fruitless trip to test, Centerville led 14-10, 26-22, Russell Tuesday night as the girls probably will go up this and 3o-33 at the quarters but Pels ijpped in the final ieriod to ab- year. He predicted domestic and la had enough left in the last act SO rb a 41-36 defeat and the boy* export demand for farm products to cop a 48 to 42 victory. Jerry were victimized 62 to 51. ·will continue strong. But Rep. uirich with 21 and Mark DeCook The Bussey girls were in the George McGovern, D-SJX charged v ,-iih 14 led them while Center- thick" of it most of the way with in a statement that Agriculture v:l!e's Allen went on a 30-point Russell leading 10-8 at the first Secretary Ezra T. Benson's poli- scoring spree. i period and the score knotted 2121 at halftime and 30-30 at th» end of the third session. But in the closing period the hosts picked up the tempo to bag victory. Betty Parks 'led Russell with 28 OLLIE, Special) --Ollie's high- points while Sis Spaur got 21 for Democrats: Eighty Democrats from states outside the south came out for a "liberal" leg:s!a-lve pro- The program includes the Hedrick Boys, Ollie Femmes Win Again , 0 . arces council froni seven to nine major proposals in Pres-aent Ei- --j ;/ ; ng . ferr:lr . es 0 t away in the the Yellowjackettes. · ... -*-- . -- .A i s --. 4. .·u^.n*n^ T » loer-cTa t;VA nrOETS^rjl-- ^ T t JT^^_ ^ **r *. -- n j - _ - _ _ i~x T-._.__ ----.j; i..* legislative program THERE WAS no reply. ^^ 'graceful bowing, and a mere -.'r. -r. ° oaer " ! adequate technical equipr.~.er." Or^ encore by Mr. Grer-r.- ^e THE HIGH points of :r.t r"o- were the trios, the -· r.-.r.g de Schuber B : . r :s the closing one. M-r.-.e- All In A Lifetime Recollections V6f UNDERSTAND THE. GOOD OJ-0 OAVS WHEN THE ESTHETIC QUALITY OP CLOTHES VWft OUTWEIGHED BY THEIR PRACTICAL VALUE- "I am taking off." Later, he asked for landing Instructions bat did not follow them. , Throughout the flight, _. cars scattered throughout the city ^ ^reported his position-to headquar- ^^.^ rf ^ after Soder- · S» ven tte **** opportunity c: c'r- gram police ' one 'ters. The nerabers. The council would grant senhower's ..censes to those requesting water and more. --or industry, irrigation and other Refuses: Chairman Francis E. purposes. Walter. D-Pa., of the no, :! =. ; n There would be certain exemp- migration subcomm.ttee :n.ro- -. ons . duced a bill easing temporary :m- Individuals diverting water from migration quota restnctions on a SeKtet . s streams or lakes for "household dozen nations. The bill wou.d per- star ts. r jrposes" in amounts of less than mit admission of a total 01. 8,.tJ 2500 gallons or less a dav would more immigrants s. year. " Airpower: Senate Democrats ; rpower investigators warned U.S. djfenses against surprise final act for a 62 to 52 decision Dean Dawnard hit 28 points in over Hedrick here Tuesday night pacing the Russell boys who were the Hedrick boys easily out front 19-12, while ·.v,i5 tr.e nightcap 69 to 42. Tr.is ran the Kclr-.ck bojs ree- o.-u to 13-3 ani it wa.= the Ollie lolh tnumph m 17 Hedr:ck's girls led 17-11 at the Quarter and 29-27 at the half te- 30-24 and 48-38 at the three period finishes and kept on top the rest of the way. J;m Plum and Dwtght Bonnett topped Bussey veith 16 points each. BEAD 4JL\ THE CLASSIFIED PAGES need a license. Neither would r ties or towns that increased their usajre less than 100 flight began 1 trasting these two delight:'-: oui=t reported to Doiezal at the . . A^ericaTAviation Co. at the Des Positions. The Schuoert ccr.r-- ^jud -" airport. tion - as m ^rpreted by the Bea .^: .s;c "-sir usage less than 100 gallons b.s. ajiense3 c^,^..-. -- - - -- - "-"·'- "'- Jay beyond their present de- atomic attack have beer, wea.-ienea. -_-.- r- ands xnev blamed the administrations 740 M St1r ^SS5n.r"to~i«t out Arts Trio, revealed tne «t*r~t» a. dual instruction flight, he and com- on ' suddenly nulled a gun ·mandeered' the plane. ' SAID be Hoxie. R-Sher.ar.- otbers introduced a 1 which would set a ability to creat lova'.y r.i;-.o- dy with great emotional apreal. The artists of the evening p-yeci _ , .. this work so exquisitely tr.3t s-ix^ Q5-rnile-an-l · j o j -^ ^J 13 *^iTM«» forgot Schubert's inability to dea- dnving and 55 miles at night JSSfhfS'S nTve S3 «*?P-^ J* ** devel,::,e,t A £,,,» bm by Rep . Henry Because ne uio uu- 1K "^ «.uu S u sec t, O n of his sonata-tyce corr.- experience. 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