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Tut-sday Evening, December 3, 1957. Dag Deadlocked With Jordanian Officials By WALTEK LOGAN United Press StafI Correspondent Dag Hammarskjold was reported deadlocked \vith Jordanian officials today on ways of ending the current tension between Israel and Jordan. Israel also showed no indication of retreating from its position. The situation was made more difficult by reports of two border incidents Sunday, one a sharp engagement in which Israel charged that Jordanian troops attacked with automatic rifles and hand grenades. Amman dispatches said Iho United Nations Secretary General began, the second day of his talks today with King Hussein and other Jordanian leaders but that neither side appeared ready to climb down. Wants Leary Out Jordan demands the ouster of U.S. Marine Col. Byron T. Leary, acting head oE the creaky truce machinery, and insists that Ham- marskjold visit Mount Scopus, the Israeli enclave Jordan claims Israel is militarizing inside Jordan Jerusalem. Boy Tells of Choking Girl, 14, to Death CHICAGO (UP) — A teen-age boy has told how, primed with vodka and orange juice, he strangled a 14-year-old girl in a Lovers' Lane, then dumped her body in a pond, police said today. Robert M. Fkig, W, said he killed Mary Lou Wagner Friday night when she resisted his advances and threatened to tell their parents, police said. The young girl's body was found Monday night floating in a pcmd west of Northfield, 111. Fleig, who had been questioned twice earlier in connection with Mary Lou's disappearance, broke down and confessed to the slaying minutes before he was to take a voluntary lie detector test. Rogers Park Police Capt. Ralph Petacque said Fleig told him earlier that he and a companion, . „ • Robert O'Dowd, 22, had spent While Hammarskjold was talk- ; Fridav night together drinking ing Sunday with Foreign Minister ; vodka and orange juice . Fleig Samir_Rifai and Hussein, Israeli said p'Dowd loaned him his car in which he kept a date with the Sullivan High School freshman, then drove her home. He revised his story Monday night, recounting how he drove to a "Lovers Lane" on Willow Road beyond the city limits and made .improper advances, Petacque said. The Wagner girl resisted him, PRIME MINISTER MACMILIAN, m IN I'ARIS TALKS, FLEDGES SUFFORT OF •"iil FRINCH F05ITION IN NORTH AFRICA, 5i BU4 NO AGREEMENT IS REACHED ON SENDING OF ARMS TO TUNISIA MOROCCO'S KING MOHAMMED V VISITS WASHINGTON SEEKING AID; CEREMONIAL ARRIVAL BELIEVED TO HAVE "OUGHT ON THE "CHILL" WHICH BEDDED PRESIDENT IKE SUFFERS CERHRAL OCCLUSION, DOCTORS U.S. ACCUSED OF FAILURE IN DIMOCRACY . . . TAUGHT THE JAPANESE PEOPLE" FOR PERMITTING OKINAWA LAW CHANGE TO OBTAIN OUSTING OF THE RED MAYOR Of NAHA USAF BREAKS THREE NAVY TRANS-CONTINENTAl MARKS ROUNDTRIP IN 6 HOURS, « MINUTES, 6.7 SECONDS, PIUS L. A.-N.Y., N.Y.-t-A FIVE SPANISH SOLDIERS KILLED, 34 WOUNDED IN ATTACKS IN SPAIN'S ENCLAVE OF IFNI AND SPANISH SAHARA; SPAIN WARNS MOROCCANS MID-DECEMBER NATO CONFERENCE IN PARIS SOUTH AMERICAN INTERMEDIATE BALLISTIC MISSILE JUPITER POOFli OUT IN FLORIDA FIRING mortgage money the main reasoi majority of areas.. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-three Superintendent of Gary Steel Mills Succumbs at 64 GARY, Ind.—Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Wednesday for John H. Vohr, general super' jintendent of U. S. Steel's Gary Steel Works who died in St. Mary's be at the Williams and Burns fu»- eral home, 7th and Adams sts., Gary. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. Vohr was graduated from Cornell University and served ir; World War I as an air corps captain. Ha has been identified with the steel industry since 1919. After servico Vlercy hospital here late yester-Uvith inland Steel. Youngstown day following a brief illness. He sheet and Tube and Granite City Steel, he joined the then Carnegie- was 64. Services will be held at Christ episcopal Church in Gary. Until .he time of services, the body will Illinois Steel Coroporation in 1942 on the chief engineer's staff in Pittsburgh. alleged that Jordanian troops opened fire in hopes of increasing border tension. Jordan denied the Israeli charges. An Israeli military spokesman in Jerusalem said a group of Jordanians attacked a watchman at the settlement of Adulam, northeast of Beit Govrin, early Sunday morning. The watchman called Israeli reinforcements who beat off the attackers, the spokesman said. One Israeli was wounded. Claims Second Incident Israel also alleged that a group of Jordanians fired on Israeli New Real Estate Deal: Trade in 'Used' Houses By .UNITED PRESS ports as much as one-sixth of its Trade-ins of "used" houses on |sales of new homes now done brand new models is one of the most striking new developments in the American real estate market. The system works much like trade-ins of used cars. The house bui'der takes the old homestead in partial payment on the new— and usually gives a credit well above that the homeowner could get in cash in the open market. Then the builder must dispose of the old house, perhaps at a loss but not enough to eliminate his Fleig said, and threatened to tell j ove rall profit. Columbus, Ohio, re- "rvnr rti/\i-^ai* unH vniir mrttVipT* " my mother and your Fleig, the son of a bakery owner, lives about 12 blocks from the Wagners. 2. Sale price of homes around 5 years old held their own. 3. The new house picture was spotty, up in some places and down in others with shortage of for slow sales. 4. Interest on mortgages rose as high as 6 per cent compared with an average of Vk per cent a few years ago. workers in an olive grove near nlA . fter .^f" 5 and choking .her. SL ^^-SSffi jM& frt r ^ were reported. Jordan denied this j Glenwew .Naval Air Station an_d charge too. Hammarskjold flew to the Middle East at request of the Jordanian government. He plans to go to Israel Tuesday for talks with Premier David Ben-Gurion and Foreign Minister Golda Meir. He is to visit Syria later, but a spokesman said he had no plans to visit Egypt now. A Jerusalem dispatch quoting political circles said Israel would firmly reject Jordan's hint that the U.N. should take full jurisdiction over the Scopus area. Foreign ministry circles stress .that Mount Scopus is as much Israeli territory as Tel Aviv or the new city of Jerusalem. .umbled it into the water, according to police. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillon, Akron, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Olin Handy, route 1, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Roderus, 825 North Sixth street,' a son. Admitted: Mrs. Virginia Hunter, Culver; Alfred Frye, Bunker Hill; Max Frye, Peru; Mrs. Marsha Smith, Burnettsville; Mrs. Goldyn DeBoy, 2426 East Broadway; Mrs.. Marie Hennesey, 1730 Spear street; Mrs. Evelyn Roller, 514 Franklin street; Mrs. Caroline Billings, Flora; Robert Humes, Bringhurst; Earl Moore, 1118 North Third street. Dismissed: Mrs. Donna Agness, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Susie Ault, 1806 Nolton street; Leonard Grant, 2116 Usher street; Mrs. Josephine Summers, route 5; Mrs. Walter Freele and son, route 3; Mrs. Buna Cunningham, Camden; Wendell Davidson, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Frank Dawson and son, 1314 North Pennsylvania avenue; Miss Lana Gibson, 834 West Melbourne avenue; Mrs. Dean Hook and daughter, Walton; Mrs. James Meyer and son 419 West Linden avenue; Charles Meyers, 301 Tanguy street; Charles Pemplin, 308 East Linden avenue. ST. JOSEPH'S Admitted: Joseph Lester, Walton; Clarence Grisby, Union Hotel; Mrs. Ethel Burrell, 521 Fifteenth street; Mrs. Helen Pfaff, 409 Bartlett street; Mrs. Delia Hughs, Walton; Mrs. Sarah Thomas, route 2; Samuel Barry, 1100 West Wabash avenue; Robert Boyd, 1309 George street; J. E. Montgomery, Flora; Leroy Hanna, 702 Bringhurst street; Mrs. Nola Long, 208% East Miami avenue; John Demerly, 1523 Smead street. Dismissed: Loren Cams, Remington; Mrs. Allan Walters, and daughter, 2126 Smead street; Mrs. Thomas Slianks and baby, Monticello; Miss Martha Reeser, 429 Minor street; Clarence Gill, Camden; Mrs. Rosalee Rinehart, 2227 George street; Robert Grady, 1214 Smead street; Mrs. Eula Wilson, 1211 North Third street. Revival Services At Emanuel Church Revival services at the Emmanuel church, west of Logansport at the junction of route 24 and 25, are being held each evening at 7:30 o'clock until Dec. 22, The evangelist is the Rev. H. K. Underwood, president of the Emmanuel Association and pastor of Grace Tabernacle and the People's Bible College, Colorado Spring:;, Colo. He has served in the United States, Canada, Central America and Great Britain. 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