The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 7, 1958 · Page 14
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in ÎJNCOLN SI NDAT JOimNAL AND STAR September 7, Î95Â Daily Routine Can Be Fatal; It Has for 120 Nebraskans VOU. Your daily routine can kill I might have been the sort of drowned in a supervised pool, thing frowned on by Safety and one child fell into a stock tank. It’s a tragic fact, reported Council people, the “grandpa day after day. tvpe” folks and the fuddy*| On farms, 14 persons were the fatality toll in Nebras- ^ duds — but, so the argument killed when tractors ran over ka this year from miscellane- goes, aren’t they always w'or-, them or overturned. A good oiis accidents, exclusive of rying. , share of them were children, auio crashes, is more than 120.1 The point is that while | Four deaths were caused by While the auto fatality toll,! some probably were taking being caught in machinery now well above the 200 mark,, risks of sorts, it was the same such as power take offs, continues to climb amidst the thing lots of other people have expressions of alarm, so too done and continue to do. Drownings are the most nu- followed by farm fa* Luring Smile Loses Charm Baltimore — The little girl of 5 was irresistibly cute to two baseball patrons in a car as she waved a flashlight NU Starling Night Study Sept. 15 Opening IJiiiled Evangelical Lullieraiis Meet in Fremont Date Is Planned Fremont — The Nebraska District of the United Evangelical Lutheran Church will hold its annual convention at First Lutheran Church here of the Central District of the president of the South Dak( ALC, and the Rev. E. 0. Gi- District of the ELC, w i bertson, of Soux F'alis, S.D.,lspeak. Evening classes at the Uni- ¡ Thursday through Sunday. and directed them to a park- gin Sept. 15 versity of Nebraska will be- ing space near Memorial Stadium. The child’s charm faded, though, when a woman appeared and said the parking fee would be $1. I Students can enroll during regular business hours at the Extension Division. Those who cannot visit the Division during business hours can enroll during the evenings of Sept. 10 and 11 or during the day Sept. 13 and 20. Dr. K. M. Matthiesen of Minneapolis, executive secretary of UELC Home missions, will be a speaker. Friday evening will bring a discussion on the coming merger of the UELC, American Lutheran and Evangelical Lutheran councils. Dr. Erwin G. Fritschel of Denver, president Handicapped Unit Meet The Mayor’s Committee on cooperation with the Univi Employment of the Phvsically sity of .Nebraska. Handicapped begins another year of activities at a 3 p.m Tuesday meeting in the mayor’s office. Plans for an Oct. 7 employers forum will be outlined. The forum will be staged in I will include Mrs. Gertru Brooks of Omaha, preside of the Cornhusker Chapter the .American Federation Physically Handicapped, ai Mrs. C. Stewart, president the Lincoln Soroptimist Clu fj mounts the toll of other accidents, but with less public clamor. .Most of these victims weren’t doing anything particularly out of the ordinary. Many were busy In the routine activities of work or play. merous, talities and industrial or "on the job’’ fatalities. At least, .32 drownings have been reported. .Nine of these were in sand pit type lakes. The big, deep man-made res- Some of these last acts'ervoirs claimed 7. One boy GOP Mav Coiiihiiie Party Jobs ('ooprr to Be Next Trrafitirer?" By Frank Hall John Cooper of Humboldt may be the next treasurer of the Nebraska Republican Central Committee. Election of a new committee, state c h a ir m a n and treasurer will be held at the G 0 P state c 0 n V e ntion in Alliance Sept. 15. Cooper now is head of the party’s f i - nance committee. He could retain that po.st but also be named treasurer. Under a i\nr;se Hoiiie Leased I In Nebraska City Norman and Ethel Peterson, operators of Golden Years nursing homes in Lincoln, have leased Duff Memorial Nursing Home in Nebraska City as another operation. D u f f Memorial Nursing Home, owned by Otoe County, accommodates 28 patients. Peterson said his son, Wesley, is continuing operation of Golden Years Home at 4719 Cooper. Golden Years Home at 605 So. 10th will probably sold, he said. be Youngsters Study 111 London Zoo London (CDN) — Regular visits to the London Zoo will be part of a zoology course for 20,000 youngsters who are (’ooper completing their elementary school studies. A ni 0 n g the subjects for study are comparison between flying animals and birds and new organizational i niodern aircraft, and the use -1 of color and shape as camouflage. Ten men were electrocuted, in most cases coming into contact with electrical wires while working. A number of them were power workers. One farmer was electrocuted when he answered his telephone during an electrical storm. The storm had dropped a power wire across the phone line. F’ive workers were killed in falls, only one of them an en-1 I tertainer who fell 40 feet from ! i a pole. ! Two persons have been killed by lightning while work-! ing in the fields. One man was fatally in- i jured w hen he walked or stumbled into a slanted antenna on a car. A cowboy was killed when crushed by a bronco at a sales ring. Runaway horses killed two t youngsters. .Another boy was killed in a fall from his bicycle. I A woman was fatally injured when knocked down by . the door of her rolling car. | Airplanes have killed five j persons, one of them a child watching a plane take off. Fires have claimed 15 persons. Most of the blazes were home fires. Guns killed six persons, 4 of them youngsters. Accidents in the home, most of them falls, killed 5 persons. Trains killed 3 persons. Vccidrntu by catf«orlf*; oco'oo'oocoe ers ■a000000c«30g0000c»0000000c. Shftp Daily 9:30'5:30 Thursday 10 to 8:30 Plant Your Spring Garden NOW! 19 11 From the (ia|iitol Atrptanr« OrowntnKS Farm Flrr Firmarmi Homr InduMtriai Train Weathrr MUrellanroua setup recently put into effect, the central committee now has control of the finance committee. Jo.seph VVishart of Lincoln, long-time party worker, currently is treasurer. It is known he has wanted to step down from official party position for some time. Under the previous arrangement the treasurer acted as a check and balance on the finance committee, which was independently formed from the central committee. Tourist Stand (iels Attention The State Resources Divis’ I’s tourist information .stat n at Blair tould play an i; iportant part in the 1959 Legislature. l.ee Rising, division assistant chief who is supin’vising the station, said its operation could influence future appropriations for tourist programs. 5>o far, he commented, the division 1« pleaaed with the number ot v^hiole« stopping for information. 16 piece starter aet. .* service for four New Maii8Ìon*8 I Ne is Question include« 4 eaohi Owps, Saucers, Bread and Buttei*«, Large Dinner Plates The State Building Commission meets Friday to consider acceptance of the governor’s j 11 mansion from the contractor.' Soon thereafter. Gov. and Mrs. Victor .Ander.son are scheduled to move into t h e structure. The commission may also decide what groups shall get to use the mansion. Based on the authentic creations of the Colonists. The functional shapt's are reminiscent of original pieces made in pewter, tin, and wood. The brilliant White glaze matches early Ironstone ware ... a classic in Ceramics. l.iiiooliiileN Film iluiiomi Paul L. Kubitschek of 3025 So. 44th, has received an honorable mention for his entry, “A Trip to Yesterday,” in the 1958 International cinema c 0 m p e t 1 - I I tion of the Photographic Soci- ty of America. The award will be conferred at a PSA convention in Philadelphia in October. The film, 16mm magnetic taken on the gauge railroad in the country. Kubitschek is a graduate of the Bethany Art School and studied under the late Biger .Sandzen, a well-known Swedish artist. He has studied art lu Europe. modern. See it in China, Fifth Floor Uxiay. Coffee Pot, 6.95 9.9.5 Vinegar & Oil Set, 11.95 Regular Price 11.05 SPECIAL OFFER . . Add Greater Charm trilh these An then tie Accessories Divided Vegetable, 6.50 Other palleriisî sound, was last narrow in operation Reg. Nfi/e I 1.05, 11,0,3 Del Hey » Hroviueiai Hlue Hepper Tree CHIS 4, HU H FlJHtR TULIPS, DAFFODILS, CROCUSES, HYACINTHS ... a little stretch of ground in Holland, not more than 50 miles long and a few miles wide . . . holds these secrets of springtime beauty for the whole world! There, on the North Sea coast Dutch farmers grow the millions of bulbs that you and other homeowners will plant to create an atmos|5here of beauty around your homes . . . beauty that w'ill express the love and warmth within! The genuine imfwrted Dutch bulbs you buy at Miller’s are top bulbs and have been Government insi>ected, they wull produce blooms the first year they are planted . . . and so long as you can dig a hole in the ground there’s still time to plant Dutch bulbs. Miller and Paine, Lincoln, Nebr. Please send the bulbs checked below to: Name 1 Hi Address ........................................ jil ! Fill in quantity of bulbs you wish of your favorite varieties . . . elip ad and send to Miller's . . . bulbs will be tlelivereil promptly. City □ CharRp □ Cash Postage additional on merchandise sent out of town. IH 'i ili’I iiiU iii • I ip 1 ii^ .1 ORDERS PLACED DURING SPRING TULIP SHOW ARE BEING INDIVIDUALLY PACKED IN HOLLAND AND WILL BE SHIPPED WITHIN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. Deerription Color Dos. 100 Qty. De^eriprion Color Do*. 10 « LILY FLOWERED TULIPS COTTAO« TULIPS Marietta Maytinie Vtliiie Triiiniphalor t.olilpii I)urhe>>s Satin-Ro^ Reddi«h-Violet Pure W hilr (ioldcn iclluw BHFFDKH TM.IPS DillciilMirg Pontiac t traiigc ^ eriniliion-Hcd Mahogany DOLBLE LATE TULIPS Ero« Mount Tacoma Orange Triumph Rocket Old Ro»e Pure White Orange-Red Cherrv-Red Af 1.25 9.00 Al 1..50 11.50 A! 1.23 9.00 U 1.7.3 13.00 I.1.00 7.30 L1,5011..30 L1.2,> 9.00 L 1.50 11.50 E 1.25 9.00 1. 1.25 9.00 E1.5011.50 Mr«, J. J. Srhcvppem Ro«y Wing» Yellow Apricot-Pink SI.M.LE EAKIA 11 LIPS l.ciicral DcW el Orange Rcd-\ cIloH IHH BLE EARLY Tl LIPS Eleeira Mrs. Van Der Hoeff Orange Nassau Peach Blossom Willemsoord W ine-Red Yellow Orange-Scarlet Deep Pink Carmine and White U1.2.5 9.00 AI 1..35 9.50 E 1.33 9..30 E 1.23 9.(M) E 1.30 11.50 E 1.50 11.50 K 1..30 11..50 K 1..5011.50 R 1.50 11..50 PARROT Tl I IPS I RII MPH Tl LIPS Hliu-k Parrot Atarooii-Black M LOG7.30 Blue Part«*t Blu isb.Heliolrope I. 1.00 7.30 lti»ro\ei'v A’iolet-Bose M 1.33 9.30 Double Fantasy Salmon.Pink I.1.73 13.00 .......•— t aniasy Salmoii'Pink 1. 1.23 9.00 ............... Dory Parrot Oeamv-W bite M OOr eaeb bulb ------- Orange Favorite Orange M1.0«7.30 Orange Parrot Orange LI..5« 11..50 — Parrot Wonder <!hecry-Red L1..559..5« Texas Cold Coiden-Yeliow I. 1.2S 9.00 ________ There«« Coehineal-RedM 1.25 9.0« ----------- Van Drh * Ro«y-Pink L S.SO18.00 RAINBOW MIXTURE nf Parrot Tulip« (25 bulb« in bag) 2.50 a bag DARWIN Tl LIPS ........... Ankara Yellow E 1..5« 11.50 ...— Apclduorn Orange-Srarlet AI 1.75 1.3.00 ------------ Arlington Kiood-Red M1.7513.00 ------------ (3iappaqiia V iolet-Rose I.1.359.50 ........ Clara Kiitt .Salmon-PinkAl 1.00 7.30 ............ Cum Uaiide A iolel-Blue L1.35 9.30 - ............ Desire A'ermillion-Bed AI 1.259.00 Kriipse Deep-i'riiiisoii AI1.30 11 ..30 - ........... iioidcoast Yellow-Edge Red L 1.931 L95 ............ iiolden Age \ eliow-Saiiiion A! 1.23 9.0« llalrro (!armitie-Ked 1. 2.3018.00 ------- Holland's (dory Orange-Srarlet VI 2,5c ca< h bulb l,efeber*s Favorite .Srarlel M1.75 13.00 ------- Alarshalt Haig S«arlel AI 1.25 9.00 Alaurecn Alarble-W bile L .35r carh bulb Afoiitgomrry AI hite-Rosy Edge u 1.25 9.00 Niphctos Sulphur-Y elloH AI 1.00 7..30 Nobel A ermilion-Srarlel AI 1.23 9.00 - ............ Ontario Salmon-Red AI 1.23 9.00 -.......—. IVrrv (.OHIO Rrigbl Pink AI 2.,3018.00 ............... Queen of Night A ehel-AIaroon AI 1.00 7.3« Reliaure Litar-Bliie AI 1.23 9.00 Scarlet O’Hara Ceraiiium-Red I.1.93 1 1.93 —...Sr«»trb l.assie l.asettdar AI 1.007.30 .............. Siher Wedding Y elloH and \A bile I. 30. earh bulb ............... Smiling Queen R<ise I. I..33 9..50 ......... AI bile City Pure AI bileAl 1.33 9..50 — ....... Cordell Hull Red-White L1.25 9.00 Aiircfila Rright Edgi Ked-Coidcn M 1.2.3 0.00 riLIPA FOMKRUW Alba» Piirissima Red Emperor Red Fatnperors in Ro*e and W hite W hile Flaming Red riinfitm Rag F, E E E .3(lc each liulh .3.3c each hnib 1.30 11.30 1.50 per unit RciPA PñámiTAm Fusiller YercnMKon-Oraa#« « S.ilO IR.O# Flaming Candle (•ondstnk .Siresa Vermillion-Scarlet Scarlet-Yellow Edge Rrtghl-Red, Yeliow Edge 80« eaeh bulb .3Se each bulb im 14.9« KXI FMANNIANA HYKKIDS F. Atsortment «»f striking colors, h hnlhs per unit 1 ..50 per unit DAFEODIL.S 1 King Alfred tloiinl lliHid I .Mrs. R. II. Rarkiiou«e 5'ellow Pure W hite W hite- Aprirot 1.95 2..50 2.2,5 I i.93 18.00 17..50 PORTAZ NARCHSÎ Lauren* Kosler W hile-5 ellow E 1.50 11.5« THALIA (TRIAMIRIS) .SiioM W bile 2..50 18.0« CMOCl S fi Rlur, Purple. \| bite, 5 rlb»w 6.00 H Y ACI M USE Lad^ Ilcrbj, La Airtoire, Pink Pearl, L’lnno- ceiire, Kismarrh, King Blues. Cits of Haarlem 2.5c ea., 2.2« do*. MISCELLANEOUS Bt IA« RAINBOW MIXTl RE E AOm 5.M —. Single Snowdroo E 55« 4.80 ............... of Ciant Tulips Jumbo si/e (.50 bulbs per bag) 3.73 a bag ...—Aliiscari Arnieniacum E 50« 4.00 (2.3 bulbs per bag) 2.25 a bag ....... . Srilla Sihirica R 5.5« 4.M H(H St:u iKCS, TiriH HAHIH itier fi-0 E M I. early flowering hiiHwi ineiliiiin early flowering late flowering atne Lincoln VT e f/t'e and redeem Community ßarfn^s «MU J

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