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   Council Bluffs Nonpareil (Newspaper) - June 18, 1956, Council Bluffs, Iowa                               PAGE TWO The Whirligig Situation Reversed; Now Corner Street Light Too Bright COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA NONPAREIL-JUNE iff 1956 Two Nebraska Traffic Deaths Total For 1956 Climbs To 132 end. The Iowa Power and Light Co., under arrangement with the city, is now replacing about 400 old   The Associated Press) Two names were added Sunday _________________________________________D the list of persons killed in !Nebraska traffic accidents, rais- YOU CAN T WIN! type 100-watt lights with 250-watt !ing the 1956 tota.1 to 132. A year The city administration, cur- bulbs. lago it stood at 126 rently being critized from some So what happens? An irate j The were Herless Hugh- quarters for "poor street light- j woman informed City Manager L.' es 70 of Seward and Mrs Donald had this baffling situation M. McConnell by telephone that Schwager, 25, of Royal. to contend with over the week-1 the new Lght on her street corner Hughes' died Saturday night of was "so bright" it kept her awake injuries suffered June 10 when at night. j the car in which he was riding 'A' "A" "A" collided with another auto at a MUST ADMIT IT country road intersection south- had the map sideways, when it re- west of Milford. ported Charles Street running t Hughes was in a car driven by north and south recently. George M. Hughes, 43, of Seward. "i area has called in to correct the Wayne E. Roth, 22, of Milford. error. "It's been running east and Mrs. Sehwager was killed Sun- west for at least 30 one of day in a two-car collision at the them noted crest of a hill on a country road if if ir i o miles south of Roval. TWO NAVY Injured were her husband, two Council Bluffs have sold them-' sons, Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Filkins selves on their own product. They and their two sons. Both families have re-enlisted. I farm near Royal. EMlc Herbert Paddock, 30, of Mr. and_Mrs. Filkins and the 506 N. 39th St., has signed up fwcTSchwager for another six years after J2 pitalized at the Antelope Memorial years of service. He will leave Hospital in Nehgh. Schwager was June 28 to take an aircraft drone taken to an Omaha hospital with control assignment in San Diego, a leg fracture and possible pelvis Seek To Restore Unify for Demos Kefauver Admits 'Losing His Head' (By The Associated Press) __ Sen. Es_tes_ Kefauver and Adlai Stevenson apparently were on the way Monday toward patching up differences arising from their rivalry for the Democratic presi- j dential nomination. In the Republican camp there still was no sign of any immedi- ate authoritative announcement on President Eisenhower's polit- ical plans in the light of his latest illness. The Kefauver-Stevenson recon- ciliation began with a frank ad- mission Sunday from Kefauver that he erred in conducting a "personal" type campaign against Stevenson in Isttcr stages of the Florida and California pri- mary' fights, both won by Steven- son. "I got mad, lost my head" Kefauver said in a television ses- sion, "in the heat of the campaign you sometimes say things you wouldn't say if you ttiought them over." at BENO'S 4 DfpjftTMEifr srotf TUESDAY Our Weekly Bargain Event Calif. MM Chief Jimmie Von Gartzeri, 42 of 621 N. 39th St. has 21 fracture. Filkins suffered cuts and bruis- es. Mrs. Filkins was treated for Adlai Pleased In Chicago, Stevenson said Ke- remarks would do much to restore unity to the Democrat- ic party. He said he wired Ke- fauver that he was pleased. But Kefauver also reaffirmed that he has no intention of with- 'drawing from the race for the nomination despite his close de- feat in the key Florida primary and a crushing loss in the equally important California primary. He said also he would take no part in any "behind the scene" maneuvering to throw his support to another candidate if he is un- able to win the nomination him- NEVER FORGET Republicans wondering if Ei- senhower will reconsider his earl- ier decision to run again after recovering from his Sept. 24 heart attack got no help Sunday from James C. Hagerty, White House press secretary. 'No Indication' Hagerty, in another television ap- pearance, said the President "has given ma, no indication" of his present intentions as a result of the intestinal surgery he under- went 10 days ago. Hagerty said also, "I don't think the American people will elect a sick man at I don't think the President is sick." Hagerty said Eisenhower is completely recovered from his heart attack, and the recent surg- ery couM be compared to opera- tions performed on Stevenson, Gov. Averell Harriman of New York, Sen. Symington of Missouri and other Democratic presiden- tial possibilities. 'The Man To Beat' years of service. He re-enlisted rib fractures, severe lacerations, for four years and will be trars- bruises and head injuries, ferred soon. The two small Schwager chil- if ir Idren suffered lesser hurts. Mr. COUNCIL BLUFFS TRANSIT and Mrs. Filkins' two sons were Co. used a nautical term in its treated and released, current public relations drive. The buses newly painted a pas- tel green bear a stenciled mes- sage at the entrance door. It says "welcome aboard." Rudolph Liberate Is Due In Court VAN NUYS, Calif. JP Pianist Liberace's younger brother, Ru- dolph, 24, is due in court as the result of an unsuccessful search for his wife. Rudy, a studio film editor, was arrested on suspicion of burglary after residents in Granada Hills complained he was pounding on doors with a garden hose. He was released from jail on bail under a writ returnable Thursday. Police said they found the younger Laberace in his car near the homes of two complaining res- idents. He told them he was look- ing for his wife, with whom he had had an argument earlier, they reported. The officers said the suspicion of burglary boeking was a techni- cal one tor investigative purposes. Rim Sfars Are Parents Of Girl SANTA MONICA, Calif. 5> Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh are parents of a baby girl. The child, their first, was born at St. John's Hospital here Sun- day. A group of the filmland couple's Mends, including Rose- mary Clooney and her husband, Jose Ferrer, spent the morning awaiting the birth. Both mother and the 6-pound baby are doing fine. "Just what we commented Curtis on his special Father's Day gift from his wife. X-24 Services At Lincoln For Dental Professor LINCOLN IP Funeral ser- vices were held at th think I am the man to beat" for ihe Democratic nomination. He tfid newsmen he expects to go to tee national convention in Chi- cago Aug. 13 with 500 votes behind him. It takes 686% for nomination. He said he thinks Harriman is his strongest com- petitor_now for the nomination. Harriman was campaigning in Denver, where supporters from 12 Western states heard him con- tinue attacks on the Eisenhower admmistratioon on both foreign and domestic issues. Two From Iowa To .Girls Nation CEDAR FALLS jP-Dagney Hax- om of Decorah and Jacqueline Jones of Cedar Rap.ds. will rep- resent Iowa at Girls Nation in Washington D C. Their selection was announced here Saturdav night a' a banquet which clmaxed ne annual meet- ins of trie Iowa Gj-ls Sue of Newton and Iva McClelland if Virginia m-npd alternates fo attend for Dr. Loren T. Hunt. Lincoln dentist and University of Nebr- aska professor. He died Saturday. 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