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Davenport Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 26, 1961, Davenport, IowaSeptember 1961 the daily times Davenport better Iowa Aid Bill deadlock balks adjournment by Joe Hall Washington a Congress inches on today toward adjournment with the foreign Aid Money Bill still not ready for final House Senate conferees ended in deadlock monday night in their Effort to resolve one senator reported the conferees were within about million of agreement when the meeting broke the differ ence Between House and Senate Bills was More than Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said he would bring up the billion supplemental appropriation Bill As soon As the Senate met this is the final Bill of the ses Sion which must pass the Senate and be settled in conference with he conferees worked nut agree ment monday on one of the other two big appropriations Bills which have not yet been sent to presi Dent a Compromise version of a pub Lic works measure carrying nearly billion for Rivers and har flood reclamation and atomic Energy projects ready for final House and Senate comedian Dies in West l woman recalls Fay jokes and wit by Wallace Koenig staff writer the death of Frank for Mer Broadway vaudeville comedian and radio served to re fresh the memory of a Hock is land who today recalled incidents typical of fays personality and Maureen 640 18th an Early Day vaudeville and close acquaintance of told of having dinner with Fay when he appeared in Davenport Rio orpheus in a prize winning Broadway in Fay died monday night at a Santa Hospital where he had been a patient since miss Englin first became acquainted with Fay in the Early 20s when he was in musical comedy at the Palace in new York City when she was appear ing alone in a song and dance she met him on numerous occasions in later one meeting she vividly re Fay was playing at and she was in an act at a Philadelphia he offered to drive her to his theater in on the the car hit a As it stalled Wilh a fays hat came off and fell to his this happened in front of a he miss Englin re and you know i always tip my hat when 1 pass a knowing miss Englin had just returned from a tour in England Fay had a Lea cart rolled Down the aisle in the Palace to her seat in the audience during you could always expect bin to do something a Jok or a some example of typical Fay miss Englin said born in san Francisco born in san Francisco in Kay made his stage Dubu Ron news editor of the who was responsible for the editing of the four special Diamond Jubilee sections issued to is pictured in front of an array of reproductions of the earliest issues of the newspapers in the Lee Here Are features in special sections Maureen t 6 Wilh a part in quo Vadis n with Johnny Fay toured circuits for years in in Dyer and Fay his greatest Success came in in 40s when he made a come ack in the pulitzer prize win ing Broadway the play opened in played to years on Broadway and then vent on the Fay first reached Broadway in musical comedy and then went on o stardom at the in in produced and acted in Frank fays out the he alternated be when vaudeville and the Broadway shows in which he appeared included Raymond it chocks artists my models and Delmars Rev on screen fays first screen appearance was As a master of ceremonies n show of shows in he played the leads in other playing in vaudeville at new Yorks Palace he was the highest paid performer in the business during the his salary reached a during the heyday of big radio Fay had his own net work his seven year marriage to actress Barbara Stanwyck ended in divorce in they have an adopted Dion Anthony Fay of los Kerner pushes tax remapping Otto Kerner plans to toss 13 items into the special session including a corporation tax congressional remapping and More judgeship for kernels proposal to ask the deaths legislature to boost the Corpora Tion tax threefold came As a Sleeper among the list of Likely most of the others had been mentioned frequently the governors announcement monday followed two separate meetings Between top Echelon members of the Republican and democratic state party Congress men and legislative leaders re ported considerable Progress at the meeting on rated to be the 1 item before the the second a meeting Between Kerner and legislative leaders Over the scope of the was merely a discus Kemer he that while All of the items might not be in eluded in the i bet tha they would probably All be Kernel said a new Revenue article for the states Constitution is Rock wont be placed on the Agenda uness legislators find an area of general redistricting will be included even though there May be no Advance agree Kerner Only those subjects included in the Call by the governor can tie considered by a special continued from Page 1 great circus enlivened the How ads became the spark plug of the recon from Green Eye shades to White Canvas bags a mar Crest students adventures at the action on a wide Carrier salesmen dont miss the House on West eighth what Lee would have Hardy survivors of fierce Section ii this entitled surge to the is introduced with an original Watercolour paint ing by Dale Litzenberger and depicts the return of an 1886 couple to the bustling Davenport of the Section features first daily times for Community the times sometimes it Industry makes its a Good five cent Cigar was made growing today products refute the industrially the vinegar works is gone but note that Davy replaces honest John has a Home at flip of the Thomas Edison was Only a step ahead of How business careers be Schwieder Falls through the the word gets All you had to do was ask the operator to connect its the Market place of two Farmers wife goes on a shopping 01 Man River and the a raft boat on the Mississipp View from the parlor a Railroad what the trapped doctor the Blue Goose and the Crossroads of the the times and the 7 arching of the Bridges link those handsome houses by the Side of the happened to the fewer Farmers hut crops Emil remembers noon water take a Ivok in Bank business reflects Community checks serve everybody Only he we Leto continued from Page 1 of and a former resident of 2611 Roclaire funeral held in of 27s Totth Rock of 562 22nd Rock Knox of 9lh Rock Richard of 1611 Elm Hill funeral 3 infant son of and Lyie of if los Elm j j of 5817 gas1 of 912 8th the daily times Dies in a Karl the Ammom a Mclery my tar incur Vraim died in his Home monday w i of he was do could use the i remembered Ward Kunkel watched the Section Iii the years of Grace Section is introduced with an original water color painting depicting artist Lenny Thomas Concep Tion of what the new Davenport municipal Art gallery will look the Section features Rainbow lines of the thirst for education has never whole child r f i s a High schools take the this was he class of Farber gives a Val prepare or two parochial schools sheepskins await area colleges expand their Church styles May Faith congregations spend millions on houses of read any of these books lately Oswald Joerg re views the Best for the Succour of the hospitals offer Jubilee of George Morrissey checks into an 1886 medical reins of pc in new h e Palmer College of chiropractic gets set for dynamic in time of in personal War communiques be come personal night of the Tom Kals a serenade from a Surrey strikes a harmonious City of music talented musicians keep tradition they liked us in Daven the theater casts end up in a town called British newspaper recalls George traders store lore of area builds museum col Art is sos remember the Davenport municipal Art locale inspires the Davenport b e a memories of the editor of the world East West the eyes had first re porters were Alert to the fair comics Bare alter ego who is your cartoon soulmate Section in a detail from a mural by Helen Hinrichsen showing Davenport founders discussing their plat introduces this Sec Tion entitled blessings of lib the features it was a Golden John Ballord learns about Heap o vests were when Elizabeth had her picture through the 8fi looking Art gallery director looks Back at a victorian Homes More fun in modern furniture is old Days not for change their Milady and her Ordinary dresses of extreme ladies fair get help with heres a subject for the Bridge heaven docs protect operated typewriters even before the playtime a n y i i m there Are replacements for Schuetzer Hon Schun still works take my out with the baseball wanes and waxes Tore Betler or worse ions of 48 pages so Muc interest was shown by advert the last Section was exam de to 64 Ray r ail advertising an Peter promotion dire and his staff worked Ion creating distinctive an unusual and so that the edition could be Eaily read by persons of All age special 11point Caledonia was sixty one tons special special g r a d newsprint was also acquired get the Best reproduction pos Sib for the Many which were old and the special arrangement prevailed in the stereotyping and pressroom Depar schedules were gear for the huge Job of putting Ogeth in pages and casting the plates in the press runs of the four Jubi be Polyet Iylene covers to protect the four tabloid Sec ions the circulation department leaded by Myron Ruhberg was Ivan he Job of inserting them n special polyethylene equipment had to be flown o Davenport from the new York 1imes in order to affix mailing addresses to die regular Carrier Home delivered and mail subscribers of the daily i mics automatically receive h e special Jubilee edition morning Democrat subscribers May Purchase copies through their regular Carrier boys for 25 cents and additional copies Foi friends and relatives will be mailed by the times for 50 living Cost s lower n August Washington a the is of living lipped on tenth of be per cent in the labor up ailment announced t o d a mainly because of plentiful fresh ods at lower the department said consumer have risen on half of one or cent in the first eight months this less than during ikes defense chief Wilson Dies former head of pm Detroit a Charles former Secre tary of died in his sleep at his Plantation at he was news of his death was received Here by general the corporation he once by comparable period since Quad City area plants Are not affected by the August it increases came As the result f the change in Gen 1941 until he was Wilson was president of eral motors from january continued from Page 1 in for Secretary treasurer in Lewis Defeated him by two rates for that Post two years that leaves Only Jack if executive vice and Charles president of the pcs Moines building and construction trades Secretary of defense in the first Cabinet of president Dwight under his presidency general motors became the largest sin Gle producer of War material with its output estimated at More he had lived quietly since Leav ing the spending much of his time at the Louisi Ana Plantation near Baton Rouge an electrical he joined general motors in 1919 As chief Engineer and sales Man Ager of the automobile division of the Remy electric a pm in the contest for presi tops list a Resolution condemning the National education As a company Union topped the list of resolutions expected to be Intro it Calls for the if to re fuse to cooperate with the Iowa state education and asks that organized labor recognize Only the Iowa federation of other possible controversial resolutions include one which would require a person who takes a full time Job with the state or local government to sever connections with All offices in the labor move Henry Carter of vice president in the if and member of the Iowa employment Cloudy Quad City area fair tonight Low Nea High near data Sunset today Sunrise wed temperatures Davenport Boston Buffalo Chicago Cleveland Denver Del roil fort Worth Helena Indianapolis Kansas City los Angeles Memphis Miami Milwaukee new York River bulletin Mississippi Dubuque Davenport Muscatine new Boston Keithsburg Keokuk Hgt c it i Security said the Resolution was aimed solely at it was by John business agent of the machinists Union of Dubuque hich planned to introduce the a similar Resolution was drawn year ago but not another Resolution expected to e challenged Calls for the rein Tal ement of the teamsters and Akers if the resolutions Ommittee does not introduce 3cl president of the Quad City federation of Aid it wiil be brought up from in the two unions quit the Al in 1958 after being expelled y the National the convention delegates were Volc Mcd this morning by Del mayor Don Petruccelli my other local officials also then president Ray Mills gave his annual Honor Mills Mills was honoured monday Light for his 28 years of service o Iowa he is retiring As i resident and leaving the stale i cause of health he was awarded the first pres do tial medallion Given to an Owan and possibly the first by resident Kennedy for his work leading savings Bond Jlynn Ingle of pcs state director of the savings Bond made the presen he maintained a permanent Home in suburban Bloomfiel in retirement he had pursued his avocation of cattle breeder he raised prize winning Dairy cattle both in Michigan and Lou he suffered what was de scribed As a mild heart attack in 1959 and was hospitalized ii aim in life a Large Man with a Quick Tongue and an even quicker smile Many times a millionaire often reduced his aim in life t four words get along wit he was a Genius at electric graduating from Cal Negie tech at but he made h name in the world As a manage of upon being named president general motors in 194 he told interviewer i believe in education i b lived in work and production to do something always fascinated and i always thought worthwhile to get along with be i lived at a very Favorat Lime i saw the country Devcic in an Industrial and products a Wilson remark that Rai Charles Wilson july and moved Mineral when he his father was Princi Al of the Minerva school and his Lother had been a he said he decided As a child i be an Engineer of some desire which grew out of living tween too Railroad he graduated from High school it after Carnegie tech he be came an apprentice at Westing Louse where in 1912 he designed he first automobile starter motor made by that during world War i he was in charge of design and development for Westinghouse radio generators for he army and survivors survivors include his the former Jessie Ann Curtis whom be married in and six Chil three sons and three Daugh he was an Episcopalian and a member of the society of Auto motive the Detroit the Bloomfield country club and the Bloomfield open Hunt Mills also received from the two Bells mostly in dissonance was reference to hound dog in commenting on Unema Lomei Wilson used the term in cussing he he sympathized with men had lost their he off the that h o u n d dogs were to be respected Over other sorts of dogs because in a Pinch they fetch for that was the sense of Wilsons it sat badly in some he was much later he stating he meant no offence to another wilsonian that got the Hen Secretary of defense into hot water was his crack about Gen eral motors and the United it went in part whats for general motors is Good for the United Wilson always insisted thai this was taken out of what he actually he was whats Good Foi the United Stales is Good Foi general motors and whats Gooc for general motors is Good for the United Wilson was born in Minerva hear of a floating Golf Ball specially acts on the Grid the padding thicker Cage Home of stale River on the boaters escape the Tuii City Hal fits a place where men always spoke their one courthouse to seat of government has ups and new horizons for the groundbreaking is coming they balk lurid fire putters Oudt have great science backs the Law anarchists dont wave the red Las at police any Light that didst Community meets social re the 4th other newspapers of area recall be headlines of times gone a Lovely mercy Hospital and 6th and 2110 Brady Lukes Hospital and Richard 3836 Hillside Mon and monday and 3wvs 13h Anthonys Hospital and George 1jq7 Lith Rock monday Moline Public Hospital and 3a37 15th and 2138 uth and 741 uth ave East we i me and 417 Moline lutheran Hospital and 2716 12th and 518 23rd j and j and 2117 7th and 3745 40th and 1125 7th Rock i and hills1 i bulletins Berlin a the communists have begun the trial of two Ameri n briton and a dutchman on charges of attempting to smuggle three women out of East a Western Allied source said this informant said the hear ing opened Chicago civil aeronautics Board will begin Public hear Ings wednesday on the 1 crash of a trans world airlines liner with a loss of 8 Sicily a paintings and other valuable Art Worth nearly million were reported stolen today from the Villa of a sicilian Baron Bordonaro Ortoleva told police the thieves took Only the Best of his treasures including works by Titian and Van a a Mother and four of her eight children were accused today of being members of a burglary ring that looted Homes and business places of thousands of dollars Worth of goods in the last 10 Des Moines a Secretary of state Mel Vin Synhorst objected to Day to use of an Iowa National guard air plane to take state officials on a proposed Lour of state mental and penal institutions next Dawn sue Havenhill shows a slight twinge of boredom at having her first photograph dawns Parry is arc and Ronald Haven Hill of not interested Oelwein api residents apparently Are not very interested in plans for a Community fallout shelter which a builder wants to provide for 30 or 40 families for a monthly Jack mayor of Fayette and president of the United win Idow says people see Iii apathetic and its been slow going so i

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