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Cischke - EIGHT THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS, LUDINGTON,...
EIGHT THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS, LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN PENTWATER MRS. tEONORE P. WILLIAMS Pvntwater Representative of Th* lews telephone: Pentwater 443 sister Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stanchfield. Stanchfield. The Westons stopped in Pentwater Pentwater enroute from a motor trip through Canada. Family Night Event Listed An old-fashioned ice cream so- sial will be held on the lawn at the Vlethodist church Tuesday evening. ^u#. 4. This will take the place of the isual monthly family night supper. TONIGHT Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Shaw will be G ^ L4HAD CLUB . a t St. James general chairman in charge of the fa u at g:30 m party with Mr. and Mr?, barren F _ Johnson and Mrs. S. J. VanPelt as-' sisting. Pentwater Social Calendar To Tour Europe TUESDAY PEXT.VATER GARDEN CLUB, at home of Mrs. S. A. March, at 2:30 p. m. GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY, at St. James parish hall, at 3:30 p. Enemy Announces Decision to Sign (Continued from Page 1) for a 2Vi-mile buffer zone which will separate the opposing armies 72 hours after a truce. It will reflect reflect gains of the Communists in their giant Kumsong Bulge offensive offensive last week and territory taken by counterattacking South Koreans. This team met in two morning sessions sessions totaling almost an hour. The group, headed for the United States by Marine Col. James C. E. Murray, was joined in the afternoon afternoon by the three U. S. military commission members. 6. Another staff group, headed by Air Force Col. Douglas M. Cairns, met with the Reds for 27 minutes, then turned its work over to interpreters, interpreters, usually the final step. 7. A U.N. spokesman said the first trip of U. 5. members of the Military Armistice Commission to Panmunjom represented "planning against the day that an armistice is signed so there will be a mini- mun of delay in getting the commission commission into operation." Traffic Kills 13, 10 Others Drown over Week-End Continued from Page 1 on an inflated inner tube and sank in Kearsley Lake outside Flint Sunday., Kenneth Wagner, 41, of Detroit, vice president of the Vincent Steel Process Co., was killed by light- dning while playing golf on a suburban suburban Detroit course Saturday. Donald W. Cischke, 33, of Detroit, Detroit, was killed Saturday when he was struck by a New York Central railroad freight at a Battle Creek crossing. Chinese Overrun Marine Outposts Continued from Page 1 gest offensive in two years. The figure may have included some delayed delayed reports. A thunderous artillery barrage heralded the Reds' reckless assault assault on East Berlin and Berlin even as Communist and Allied potential of five Air Force wings swept off from the carriers Lake Champlain, Princeton, Boxer and Philippine'Sea in the Sea of Japan, hitting Red gun positions and troops with bombs, napalm fire bombs and rockets. Face Heavy Loss in New Disposal of Military Gear WASHINGTON UR—House investigators investigators say the United States may lose "an unpredictable amount of money" unless an effective plan is developed for disposing of billions billions of dollars worth of surplus military equipment. A House operations subcommit tee told Secretary of Defense Wilson Wilson to prepare immediately a concrete concrete program. It said in a report to the House that nearly eight billion dollars worth of goods is now considered surplus. OUSTER MRS. MABEL McKENZIl Custer Representative of The New* Horn* Telephene. SeattviMe 1M-F-13 Gold Bar Post Holds Meeting John Kerstein commander of Gold Bar post No. 5096, Veterans of Foreign Wars, presided at the meeting recently held at Gold Bar hall. Members enpoyed a social hour with members of its Auxiliary unit when refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held Tuesday evening, July 28, at the hall. Custer Social WEDNESDAY LADIE'S AID Church of the room of church. CUSTER LADIES' SOCIETY,- at Harold 2 p.m. THURSDAY CUSTER LODGE Independent Order of Odd Fellows' hall, will be assisted in the ceremonies

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 20 Jul 1953, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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