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Wednesday Evening, November 20, 1957. Find Bodies of 4 Victims of Plane Crash MOUNT STERLING. Iowa' (UP) —The bodies of four Chicago suburbanites were discovered Tuesday night in the wreckage of their plane missing since last Sunday. A search party penetrated the rugged, heavily wooded country eight miles south of Mount Sterling when a farmer told authorities he spotted a low-flying plane Sunday night. Authorities identified the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chiaramonte, Forest Park, 111., Frank's pilot nephew, Charles Chiaramonte, Mclrose Park, and Charles' fiancee, Carol -Schierhorn, also of Forest Park. The light Piper Tri-Pacer. bringing the foursome back irom a •weekend pleasure flight hi ; the Ozarks, was en route to O'Hare Field, Chicago International Airport. Following the farmer's report, a Civil Air Patrol pilot sighted the wreckage just south of ;hp Iiwa- Missouri border and later led the search party to the scene. Indianapolis Man To Face Charges Of Slaying Two GALLATIN, Tenn. (UP) — William Brown, alias Brownd, 44, Indianapolis, was slated to be returned to Indianapolis today to face charges in connection with the slaying of a man and woman last Thursday. Sumner County Sheriff Albert Hackett said Brown waived extradition shortly after he signed a •written confession, in which he admitted that he shot and killed Mrs Britt, 44, and William Smith, 45, Bridgeport, in Mrs. Britt's trailer home just outside Indianapolis. The bodies were found by neighbors Friday. Hackett said thdt Brown in his confession termed Smith a "love rival" for Mrs. Britt's affections. In the confession, Brown said he met Smith and Mrs. Britt in an Indianapolis tavern Thursday and there was a quarrel in which Smith threatened Brown's life, Hackett said. . Hackett quoted Brown as saying he returned to his home and got a 12-gauge shotgun and then went to Mrs. Britt's trailer. When Smith opened the door, he fired the gun twice. Mrs. Britt fell to the muddy ground and Brown said he carried her body into the trailer. Hackett said Brown told him he had not meant to shoot Mrs. Britt because he loved her "better than anyone else in the world." Brown was captured in a room- Ing house here Monday.. Read the Classified Ads like plastic figure on your favorite president. Or even one of your mother-in-law. president. Or even one of your mother-in-law. The museum will feature 14 historical tableaux beginning with Columbus discovering America and ending with the Yalta conference. There also will be a hall of great Americans. Among the great Americans will be ' Hoover, Truman, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Dorfman said all the figures are made with a secret vinyl plastic-wax formula "after considerable research." "They even feel alive," he said. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FIvt CANNIBAL?—Wisconsin, authorities are trying to determine whether they have a case ot canni- baHsm on their hands'!n the person of 51-year-old Edward Gain Waushara county farmer. The recluse is shown durtaj; the investigation on his farm, where 10 human skuhsi were found Also among the grisly evidence was the headless body of a woman, found hanging by the heels in that Ted where tte Wisconsin crime detection truck is parked. The body was dressed like a butchered side o£ beef. Said the sometimes baby-sitter Gein, "I thought I was dressing out a deer. The body was that of Mr*. Bernice Worden, 58. Gein killed her in her Plainf.eld hardvmre ator. (shown) .and trucked her body and the cash register home with him He sal d the 10 skulls wer. from newly buried bodies he dug up in graveyards. (Internattonal Sou«dp>wto,J Outlook for Farmers: Same as 1957 WASHINGTON (UP) — The Agriculture Department said today fected. "These (small) farmers will the prospective financial situation of farmers in 1958 likely will be continue e ° l 1 ^. 6 Difficulty in mak- : , , . ' ing a satisfactory living, to say much the same as in 195,. _ nothing of financial progress, from. department's publication.farming," the department said. | The department, will be adversely af-|of the high rate of expansion of recent years. The department said this caution plus the expectation that farm transfers will continue at the low 1'957 rate will tend to weaken the demand for long-term credit. "The 1958 Agricultural Finance j "More of them will quit farming 1 Outlook" said this is how the farm i for industry in 1958. Many other situation will shape finance next year: A further rise in debt but at &• u small farmers will seek supplemental part - time income from non-farm sources." , The farm pocketbook will con- slower rate than in recent years; ; Unue lo be , d b Ule hi h A relatively low number of de-, ice of items farmers b for hnquent mortgage accounts, and ^ produc t ion and livingi the - de . partment said. Prices of land and farm machinery are expected to an even fewer number of foreclosures; Little increase if any in the amount of financial savings; Generally strong net worth positions for many, mainly because of the higher values oHand and other capital investments. Economists estimated owners' equities in agriculture Jan. l will total $168/.00,000,000, almost 7 per cent above a year earlier, These predictions apply to the big, well-established, heavy land- increase further next year. Property taxes will keep on their upward trend. Interest rates will remain high and may inch up more in 1958. Because of the cost-price squeeze many farmers will continue to feel the need of enlarging their farms and increasing the efficiency of their operations, the department said. Such expansion, however, may be tempered by a cautious owning farmers. The financial position of many small less- •. attitude toward spending and debt. efficient farmers, according to the I This.would represent a slowdown Plan Opening Of Historical Wax Museum .WASHINGTON (UP) — Just about everyone who's anybody will be there: Christopher Columbus, Harry Truman, ' Robert E. Lee, Herbert Hoover. They'll all be part of the new National Historical Waxworks Museum scheduled to open next February in the nation's capital. Moreover, Museum General Manager Earl Dorfman said today the museum plans to make up historical figures on order as a sideline — even unhistorical figures. You too can have a life-size,. life- Censor Snips At Zsa Zsa's Chiffon Dress HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Jittery television censors Tuesday night ordered a last-minute remodeling of a $6,000, flesh-colored chifton, dress blonde Zsa Zsa Gabor planned to wear on George Gobel's coast-to-coast program. The fciery Zsa Zsa objected but submitted as busy seamstresses sewed a hip-to-toe slit so that it was a discrete-knee-to-toe opening and added a ruffle to de-emphsize the actress' dccolletage. "It is a beautiful gown," Z^a Zsa pouted in the wings of the NB.C television stage. "I think it's a very lady-like gown and it's just perfect for a television appearance. Censor John Bushnell didn't agree. He took one look in an on- camera test before going on the air and decided that the near-to-l nothing gown with Zsa Zsa in it • was too much for the nation's liv- : ing rooms. Before the show, Bushnell said that there are, no jrules about how ; much or little a ' performer may j weur on television. ; "A lot depends on how well-! endowed the girl is; And Zsa Zsa! , is blessed with all the charms any i girl could hope for. I'll he right i there to see that the dress isn't i too hot to handle." I In case Zsa Zsa decided to be; stubborn about modling the I creation—wHich she called "my; ;hing dress"—the station planned I io switch to a deft-fingered organ-] st .who had warmed up for a musical emergency. ' "All I can say is that I never got any complaints in Las Vegas," Zsa Zsa said. Decide Operation for Cousy Nor Necessary . WORCESTER. Mass. (UP)—Bob Cousy of the Boston Celtics said today his injured right leg "feels a lot better" and he .hoped to resume workouts within a week. '"I've always had good recuperative powers," Cousy said while resting at his home. "Nature seems to be taking its course! quickly. The swelling . has gone ! way down and the leg feels a lot better." Cousy discarded his crutches and bandages following a more i thorough checkup Tuesday. Doctors decided that a scheduled minor operation was unnecessary. His personal physician, Dr. Paul Shannon, said that all fears of blood clot in the leg were dissipated when the swelling subsided. Read the Classified Ads COMING HOME SOON — It was Indicated that GI William S. Girard, shown leaving the court building in a car after his conviction and suspended three-year sentence in Maebashi, Japan, would be sent back to the U. S. soon. With Girard are his attorney, Maj. Stanley F. Levin (left), and Koh Takenaka, U. S. Army interpreter. The Japanese court convicted the Ottawa, 111., GI in the "carelessness" killing of a Japanese woman on an Army rifle range. (International RadiophotoJ 412 E. 'BROADWAY PHONE 4193 WARD al better values! SALE OF SNOW 4.XO-1S tube-type, blackwall list Prie* 26.35 TIRES • Power Gripi . . . 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