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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Beatrice, Nebraska Vex a a it a a a a Quot Ltd a it a it a a a it a it it by it n so quota a a a rms xib.,.�?� Ltd it a a it it a a it aft a a . A 5"-� v a Organ c o steel stocks Pace upturn for Market new facts in shooting Are uncovered 2 Beatrice daily Sun. Beatrice. Neb., Sun. Jan. 26, 1958 Hopes and promises of brighter Days to come were counter balanced by the harsh realities of today. The nation s no. I and no. 2 railroads the Pennsylvania and the new York Central respect by provided bad fundamental news. The Central omitted its dividend. The Pensy a a deferred its dividend. Further news of Industrial cutbacks layoffs and Price reductions dampened sentiment. I new York Ian the Stock Market managed to punch out its second straight weekly Advance As the reins on the Money Market i continued to loosen this week a while business news remained drab. The associated press average of 60 stocks Rose $1.70 to $162.00. Strangely enough the Money easing measures gave Stock prices no solid immediate boost. Wall Street has been demanding them and predicting them so Long that the actual event was Well anticipated. As the weeks trading neared its end on Friday the Market was just slightly above the previous week s close and it could very easily have ended the week with a loss. Late in the Day. However steels sparked a rally which brought a late ticker tape and gave the Market by far its Best Rise of the week putting prices Well ahead of the previous weeks close. The rally by steels was prompted by news of higher prices for steel scrap in Chicago and Philadelphia. The Wall Street fraternity was aware also that the Dow Jones Industrial average was lurking just below the november High a level which has been a stubborn resistance Point Ever since. On monday president Eisenhower in his economic message to Congress predicted that the business slump we Ould end soon. The Market Rose a bit that Day. It w As off slightly on average the next still unchanged gun was not registered Seward neb. Ufi a i Vestiga j Tion of the wounding of Donald i Miller 19, in a Concordia teachers College dormitory Early thursday has brought to Light a series of car pilfering sheriff Ray Welch disclosed saturday. He said one of those involved is James Hahn 20. A Concordia Junior held on an Auto theft charge while being questioned in connect i Tion with the shooting of Miller who is in a Lincoln Hospital. Hahn was arrested near Omaha i with a car belonging to another student in his Possession and returned to Seward. Welch said the investigation so far has solved the looting of a number of cars during the last three months and at least four Concordia students including Hahn Are involved. He said no other arrests have been made or charges filed As yet but the boys involved Are cooperating in getting the stolen goods Back. Stolen items include guns clothing Shotgun shells and a anything that might be in a car a the sheriff said adding that some of the items were sold in Lincoln some taken to South Dakota and some to Chicago. Welch said Hahn admitted taking a trap gun and a Quantity of mag aum shells from a car in Seward i and trading the gun in Chicago for the .38 revolver used in the shooting of Miller. Hahn had the stolen magnum shells in his Possession when arrested the sheriff i said. He said two of the boys were out saturday recovering the stolen i goods and a third is expected Back j in Seward sunday. There is a possibility others May be involved he said. Welch said an sent from the Nebraska liquor control commis Sion was in Seward saturday Mak ing an investigation of alleged drinking at a Garland tavern which Hahn said he visited prior j to the affray in the College dormitory thursday morning. What action May be taken in that phase 1 of the Case will be up to the state liquor commission he said. Meanwhile Seward county attorney Russell Souchek received a lengthy statement taken from Hahn i by Welch and Gerald Tesch of the state safety patrol. He said he had Only begun to study the statement saturday a and it Isnit altogether Clear As to what settlements a decree of final settlement has been filed in the Register of deeds office in the estate of b. S. Harrison a resident of Bexar tex., who died june 6, 1957. Named As heirs Are r. A. Harrison Ellen May Harrison Edna Maude Mcallister and Neva Gertrude Harrison All of san Antonio. Under terms of the will they Are to receive one fourth interest each in w1. It. 9. Blk. 84. Orig. Twm., Beatrice. A decree of final settlement has been filed in the Register of deeds office in the estate of Edward w. Jones Wymore who died june 29, 1957. Two sons and four daughters Are to receive equal share in property described As nw4. Sec. 31, Island Grove twp. The heirs Are Robert l. Jones Jennie Kinley Margaret Vanderberg Owen m. Jones and Anna rile. Robert l. Jones receives lots i and 2, blk. 8, Wymore addn., to fund Jasperson $10, a Friend $2, or. And mrs. Alvin Sparks $1, Anonymous $50. Or. And mrs. Delbert Roche Mann and family $5, or. H. E. Sackett $20, Anonymous $5, mrs Etta Mcginty $1, Anonymous $10, Kobe radio $50, or. And mrs. Roscoe Sorenson $1, or. And mrs. Ray Salisbury s3, Anonymous $5, or. And mrs. Madison Randall $2, Ardeth m. Wells $5, Paul Rada Tobias neb. $1, or. And mrs. R. L. Wygant $5. Clarence Mal Chow 55, l. D. Spence $5, c. E. Smith amp son and employees $50, Beatrice and a Arren Watson $5, Anonymous $5, Clifford Guenther $1, Ralph sheets $5, j. L. Plen Nedy $1. Will harms Elmer Swoboda $5, or. And mrs. Ben Falk $5, mrs. Myrtle Schultze amp Jean $3, Anonymous $1, Anonymous $1, Gary and Larry Sudik $5, Ronnie of Brien $1, Dennis of Brien $1, Bertha Schlake $2, mrs. Ruby Weigel $5, mrs. T. Senkeisen $5. Ian t Uke Way they sat in seat Nab two Brothers named to special sessions committee Calvin Hunzeker of the o. A. Cooper co. Of Beatrice has been named to the special sessions subcommittee of the 1958 production school committee of the Midwest feed manufacturers Assn. A regu a a member of the production school committee Hunzeker will now also serve As co chairman of the sub committee along with Forest Lipscomb of Springfield to. The two men will be in charge of arranging topic chairmen to Lead discussion in five special session groups which will be conducted at the time of of May a production school. The production school is sponsored annually by mama to bring its members the latest information and technological advances in the feed manufacturing Industry. This years school is set for november. Next meeting Date for the entire committee will be March 4-5 at the hotel Phillips in Kansas City mo., at which time Hunzeker and Lipscomb will present their programs for the special sessions. Vair and North american aviation companies Kaiser steel the National Assn. Of manufacturers and by the University of Southern California and the University of California at los Angeles. It is the first program of its i kind and has the interest of the National Academy of sciences National science foundation and the presidents committee of Sci dentists and engineers. Council director Jack la. Coop or a College mathematics teacher said Friday the program already is reaching some 5,000 High school and Junior College students. The aim is to expand it by Many times and to include elementary pupils. Cooper Points out that in 1900 Only i out of 250 persons required some knowledge of science and mathematics to hold his Job today that figure is i out of 35, and by the year 2,000 the prediction is that it will be i out of 2. In Cordovan businesswoman protests airlines men Only flights new York to the right of an j airline to schedule a men Only i flights is being challenged by a j Young new York businesswoman. It All started said Edythe rein when United airlines refused to sell her a ticket about six weeks ago for one of its a executive flights from Chicago to new York. She has registered protests with the line and with the civil aeronautics Bureau. The executive flights one each afternoon each Way Between new York and Chicago not Only arc restricted to men but have special features intended to enable them i to relax. I Cigar and pipe smoking is allowed unlike on other flights. Slippers Are provided. The men i i Are encouraged to remove jackets j and ties for Comfort. Drinks and j Hearty meals Are on the menu. Miss Rem a vice president of National telefilm associates inc., j had finished some business in Chi-1 j Cago and wanted a flight Back to1 i new York on the first available j plane. The next she Learned was the i executive flight. She said she telephoned the air j line and that it accepted her reservation for the a a next flight up to the Point where she gave her name. I Hen she was told it w As the execute e flight and reserved for i Mea. Bic noted that she was an executive and said she was entitled to passage. But the line was adman. She had to wait for a plane open to both men and women. Once in new York she registered her protests. She said the cab still has the matter under consideration a a in a against discrimination of women a is the Way she sums it the crisis that Wasny to 262 so. In. Optically filtered screen a convenient top tuning a famous Magna Vox Quality and dependability a Superior Magna Vox sound lets you hear and enjoy More of your favorite programs a the Constellation in attractive mar proof Cordovan Only $188.88 now s the time to enjoy tremendous savings on a Complete Magna Vox i i sound system too. 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