Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 31, 1955 · Page 10
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tJ* 5. Diplomat Retires After 35-Year Record ' NAPLES, Italy («— U.S. Coneul General Alfred X. Nester of Geneva. N.Y., retired today after 35 years in the U.S. foreign service. Serving here since 1950, Nester was dean of the Naples consular corps. He also was the first U.S. foreign service officer to land in Europe after the Allied invasion, having accompanied American troops into Sicily. Now 87, Nester plans to remain In Italy for some time. He has not made definite plans where he will settle finally. Consul Robert J. Cavanaugh, The Dixon Evening Telegraph Tuesday, May 31, 1955 Page 10 No, Thanks! HOUSTON !.?! — Judge Byron Johnson complained Monday he ad no gavel for his courtroom. Bailiff's W. A. Storey ad Frank Rutland quickly supplied the judge | with a new '•gavel" actually a 25- pound mallet. The judge went right on hearing cases, but declined what the bailiffs called their "kind offer." of Rock Island, 111., will act as consul general until Nester's successor arrives from Washington. CLOSING OUT SALE Due to ill health and inability to work since early in April, I will sell at my farm, located 1 mile south of Dead End Inn, or 40 rods west of Sportsman's Clubhouse, or 5 miles northeast of Dixon, or Wz miles north of the Garrison School, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 at 7:00 P. >L (in the evening) Daylight Saving Time the following: 12 Head Guernsey Cattle .■ill have been calfhood vaccinated and the cou* over 3 a ear's old now re-tested. 5 now milking a farce flow of milk. 1 hea\y springrintr 2nd calf heifer to freshen by sale date or shortly thereafter. 2 bred heifers to freshen July 4. 2 yearling heifers (open). 2 heifer calves. These cows have a test of 4-8 to .1-4 average (if In need of a family cow or some to fill your herd, be sure to attend this sale) . Farm Machinery Manure spreader; Riteway Milking Machine, in very good condition, with pipeline for 10 cows; Milk Cans, Straining Pails, etc.; Water Tank; Cultivator. Numerous Other Items. Not responsible for accidents. Luther Heckman, Owner . F. Barnes, Clerk u, so that you may POSTPONEMENT — Biggest social event in the Hollywood season has been delayed again. The date for the wedding of Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher is now set for "some-, time in July." Enjoy Mosses of Magnificent MUMS MUMS i'.nir nflor w " ruber plain* 1m\p (25 for $2) nruU «-f !.!. „,.•!:.-■ _ ' _ ■ bi«»s'tn«3»inc'= pr.yn Uo Mf>\ r:v P.iv pKlman nnlv * I for 11 »r «2 f. 25 "phi-COD pn-une<> Ssip mnn»! L-nrrmriittn-ial ^iKfnrtinn guaran teed or tour mnne\ hni k. — PI RCH.ASE ORDER COrFf^ — HOCSB Or WESLEY. Dept. 236-271 K.H. So. 1, Bloomiflfrton, 111. L I----, "-v. Search Goes On for Stark County Boy WYOMING. 111. m— Search continued today for a five-year-old boy who has been missing since last Friday. Sheriff Burt Bltzroth of Stark coun'y. who is directing the search for Russell Dean King, -said the boy was last seen playing on the banks of the iani-swollen Holgate Run Creek, which flows into Spoon Deputies and volunteers searched some five miles of Spoon river and also searched the creek. Hunt also was made in abandoned coal The boy, Eltzroth said, is a mute. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Artie King who have five other children. The King home is in the wooded outskirts of Wyoming, a town of about 1 500 population in i north central Illinois. Spoon river is about 14 miles from the King Ask Me About Life-Cycle Feeding FOR 5WINI Nearest thing to FLYING 1*. 000 "4x4" puts hogs on market in 54 months — with feed costs of only 121.90 per hog. Beat the pric« squeeze with "4x4". BOB PERRY PHONE 2-7251 DIXON, ILL. COOL — Shapely TV Actress Barbara Loden beats the muggy, 80 - degree weather that greeted her on her arrival at New York City*s Idlewild Airport. Arriving from Los Angeles, she is cooled off by the breeze of a proDeller. Seiners Clogged? Boytir'l mmmring Root De«troy«r «■* De*™ Opener wjal reoxv**; Hfy paj big MMf to Imt W. H. WARE Hardware for Hard Wear 21 1 First Street PHONE 3-0171 *»vHlUJ AM H/KT lUtCK W1U Ml 10 T ZEIEN BUICK COMPANY C-47 Crashes ! In Mountains, Seven Perish ALAMOGORDO. N. M. IB— A twin-engine Air Force C47. its engines apparently stalled over the rugged Sacramento Mountains, crashed and burned Monday in La Luz Canyon, killing the seven men aboard. The plane had taken off from Holloman Air Force Base 15 minutes earlier after refueling and picking up freight on the last leg of its journey home to Clovis Air Force Base. N. M. It was on a return trip from Burbank. Calif. The crash scene was 15 to 20 miles The victims were Maj. Edward A. Miller, Clovis: Lt. Don R. Forbes, listed as pilot. Portland, Oie.: Lt. Robert D. Haugan. Chicago; Lt. Clyde B. Johnson, Benson, N C : T/Sgt. Leamon Law-son, Clovis: A 2c Lester M. Barnes. Maywood. Calif.: and A 2c Cnarles A. Deaton, Comiskey, Ind. The plane hit in a meadow with such force only the tail section remained whole. It burst into flames 50 yards from a house. Indestructible Hood Survives DALLAS. Tex. (.?>— Jettie E 41. was released from Parkland Hospital heie Mondav just days after he was disemboweled and cut about the head in a street fight Bass, regarded as Dallas' No. 1 hoodlum by police, survived 19 machine-gun slugs m 1952 when he was caught in a police ambush during a burglary. En con\ict Raymond Pope was charged with assault to murder in the latest injuries to Dallas' durable badman. Finally Quits LEOM2NISTER. Mass. '.fl — For the first time in "9 years. Frederick C. Ames did not march in a Memorial Day parade. Ames, who began marching with his father and kept it every year, said he cidn't feel up to marching" Men-day. He will be S8 next month. I* A land vehicle, there's never been any-thing like the magic a pilot gets with his variable pitch propellers. He can angle the blades of his propellers for performance as he heads his plane down a runway — to get quick take-off and climb. He can switch the angle of those propellers for economy aloft — to get more mileage from the fuel in his tanks. As we said — there's never been anything like that in a land vehicle. But there is now. It's in a Buick with Variable Pitch Dynaflow — and you can take the word of thousands of excited owners of new Buicks that it's the Locmi wuvrn rncm or the 1955 Buick SPECIAL1 *238fi— luch ai: Hect«r & Defrcjt-r-$»1.70; Radio & A, closest thing to wheeled flight . . . Because you have twenty propeller-like blades whirling in oil inside your Dynaflow unit . . . Because you can switch the pitch of those propeller blades from high-economy angle that gives you top gas mileage in cruising — to high-performance angle that gives you action plus . . . A ud because, when you call for that action by pressing the gas pedal way down — you get it split-second quick and silky smooth — an instantaneous power response for get' away, or for a sudden safety-surge of aeceler* ation when needed. 1 ""ure Prompt del(verlM, It's a solid, soaring, pulse-quickening thrill —unlike anything you ever felt before— and robustly bolstered by walloping new horsepowers raised to record might. It's something you definitely ought to try-just to know what's really new in automobiles—and to see for yourself why Buick sales are zooming to an all-time best«seller high. Drop in today or tomorrow and we'll gladly arrange matters — show you, too. the prices that are keeping Buick in the tight circle of America's top sellers. *Dv*aftsf r>n« is stmdjri on Roadmaster, opitotd M exirt cost Thrill of the year is Buicle Colorful Crosswords ACROSS 1,4 Two of the M Table scraps 57 Watch U.S. Flafs DOWN colors i Shade of Dink 8 White leghorn. 2 "Emerald Isle" for instance 12 Metal-bearing rock 13 Similar 14 Region 15 Female 4 Censure 5 Kind of bean 6 Official It's Private Now CHICAGO iTJ — The Cook county clerk is trjinjr to make it easier for «.|iy couples seeking marriage licenses. Heretofore couples seeking license*, minjjled alone a marble top counter without am pmacy. Friday finishing touches were put on 3 7 hooths (le^iened to ghc eaih couple some pmaey. The bo<itli«. consist of panels attained to the marriage license counter by aluminum frames. Although the booths are open, the panels are soundproofed so voices are nuiifled. "We're trying to make the job o[ setting a marriage license as painless as possible." explained County Clerk Edward J. Answer to Previout Punlt] 24 Pen name of 40 Is vanquished lys (poet ) Charles Lamb 41 Undraped rplat v-# frol! t R Drnns 2.1 lorn Mdiue:, 16 It has white. 9 Heraldic band26 Concert hall purple or pink 10 Mill dam 18 Puzzles 20 Watchful 21 Turn right 22 Goes astray 24 Sea eagles 28 Glacial ridges 27 Cut green grass 30 Rented 32 Dark brown antiseptic S4 Chant 35 Marsh hollow; 36 Goddess of infatuation 37 Melody 39 Roster 40 Shade of green 41 Seine 42 Relish 45 Holy war 49 Gave 51 Sticky black 52 French river 53 Comfort 54 Measures of type 55 Makes lace edging 11 Final 17 Herb 19 Painting 23 Elevate Farm Debate A proposal to ease producbon curbs on exportable crops and let producers battle it out for bigger foreign maikets is the newest move in the debate over the farm program, says Better Farming. As now suggested, this could apply to wheat, cotton, nee and possibly tobacco growers Talk about it started with cotton growers, who feel they are losing markets abroad to foreign producers and at home to synthetic fibers. Some of the foreign cotton production ia American-financed. 27 Operates 28 Individual* 29 Direction 31 Whole 42 Stain 43 Operatic solo 44 Garment 46 Remainder 7 Knight S win I lz \i I |U 1$ lb \l | |B |9 p |ll 18 19 " TP !Ol — ^s^i i p p p 30 T 3T 33 _ _| |_ ill r~ 41 m m 45 # 47 p B| 1 1 1 hi 1 I57 I L Tenth Houston Child Stricken With Polio HOUSTON", Tex. I.Ti— A 10th Hous-ton child lay stricken today vith polio aftei taking the Salk vaccine She is Linda Koelle. o, only child of Mr. and Mis. A. T. Koelle Jr. She has paralvtic polio the third such case. The other 'seven chil- ho contacted the diseass iking the new serum had nonparalytic cases. Linda v. as reported getting alon? .ery v-,ei'. Prowler Shot in Br e akin Attempt EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. A man identified by police as Nathaniel Wilson. 25, of Memphis, Term., was shot to death early Monday by a man who said Wilson had attempted to open the window of his daughter's bedroom. Robert Love, 58. told police he got his revolver when he heard noises and found a man outside. Love said the man ran inside the house after a brief struggle, and he fired three times One bullet struck in the head, the other two entered the body. 1 1 0 E. 1 st St. Ground Floor Phone 4-0681 Open Friday evenings until 9:00 o'clock DRY BED TRAINING BED WETTING CAN BE STOPPED IN TIME FOR SPRING uf child'. md blocked consid- •*b4y by fhi» Humiliating Habit. aseareH Hat prevan tHat eHildra* ho luttar trom bad not prsora adjurt at i tart it tha DEVELOPED BY A DOCTOR, APPROVED 8Y 0OCTORS. H t»i a«»a • frlaatf ar r»lwH»a »*• Prtt luformotio* ! 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