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FRIDAY, .MARCH 20, lDtil PAGE 10 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR Complete Hilimiy Bell YSA Legal Figll j Boone School Will Open Today j . GOVERNOR 'St c WTTE - TRYING TOP SPOT - Ray G. Norcutt, 14 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Norcutt, 254 South Fenton Avenue, Cumberland, was Indiana governor for an hour yesterday as members of the Cumberland Chapter, Order of DeMolay, "sat in" for state and city officials as part of the program marking the 45th anniversary of the order. (Star Photo) 4 Regional Posts Filled By Sisters STAR STATE REPORT Terre Haute, Ind. Sister Mary Raymond, principal of SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral grade school and superior of St. Agnes Academy at Indianapolis, yesterday was named regional superior for the Indiana area of the Sisters of Providence, it was announced at the motherhouse here. Three other regional superiors and their first assistants were appointed In the first move toward the eventual establishment of provinces for the order. THE NEW superiors will assist the superior-general and her council in regional administration of the various areas where 1,300 members of the order are engaged in educational work or related community activities. The action follows a recommendation from the Vatican that the 1,491-member community of nuns consider dividing into provinces due to its growth and activities. The sisters teach a total enrollment of 65,742 pupils in 112 elementary schools, 22 high schools, a junior college and two four - year colleges. They also conduct a retirement home at New Albany, a day nursery at Chicago, and a few foreign missions on Formosa and Arequipa, Peru. FIRST ASSISTANT to Sister Mary Raymond will be Sister Rose Louise. Other regional superiors and their first as-sistsants include Sister Ed-wardine and Sister Mary Carina, Illinois area; Sister Anna Rose and Sister Adrian, East area; Sister Marie Clarice and Sister Mary Francisca, West area. Professed sisters will be given their preference for permanent placement in respective provinces, the motherhouse said. Young women who hereafter enter will become members of the region from which they came. IroundCilx r The remaining highway sections to connect 1-465 with Ind. 100 for a full "belt" route around Indianapolis are to be in use Oct. I. the State Highway Commission reported vesterdav in a schedule for Plainfickl To Have First Radio Station STAR STATE REPORT Plainfield, Ind. Permission to build the first radio station in Hendricks County has been given James T. Barlow, Plain-field insurance and rea! estate man, by the Federal Communications Commission. The frequency modulation (FM) station will operate on 98.3 megacycles from 6 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday and from 8 a.m. to midnight Sundays. BARLOW SAID the transmitter and studios will be located on the rear of his property at 863 Walton Drive. The station's call letters are expected to be WJMK. Programming will be primarily music and news and time will be given to local affairs, sports and program for homemakers, Barlow said. The 3,000-watt station will have a transmitting radius of about 15 to 25 miles. Rural Fire Runs Ccrml-1:59 p.m., 1402 West Mom Street, gross tire; 3:06 p.m., U.S. 31 ond Gray Rood, coll tor oxygen. Greenwood-10:50 o.m.. 487 Park Drive, brush on tire. Speedwoy-10:30 o m , 500 Shopping Center, 550 West 16th Street, trash tire. Oaklondon-12 37 p.m., 12040 Meadow Lone, grass fire. Pike Township-12:08 p.m., 7500 Lafayette Road, gross tire. Warren Township-U:ll a.m., Ind. 100 ond New York Central Roilroad, gross tire, recoil at 3:56 p.m.; 5:37 p.m., 1223 North German Church Rood, residence fire. Washington Township-6 33 p.m., East 79th Street, call lor oxygen. Perry Township-12 30 p.m., 5770 3802 Snuth East Street, fire in tar kettle; 4:46 p.m., 3704 South Keoling Avenue, first oid. Woynt Township- 41 a.m., 3300 South Coiner Street, garage fire; 11 23 a m., High School Road and New York Central Railroad, grass fire. Decatur Township-6:05 p.m., Milthouse Rood ond Flynn Road, grass fire. Trade Paet OKM Rome (AP) Italy ' and Czechoslovakia have agreed to a 10 per cent increase in trade for the year 1964. In 1963 two-wav trade amounted to Officials Lack Clues To Office 'Bugging' STAR STATE REPORT Bloommg'.on, Ind. I he opening gun in the legal battles involving the three defendants in the (ise of Monroe County versus the Young Socialist .Mliame is to be fired here tod.iy. Oral arguments before Monroe Circuit Judge Nat U. Hill will be presented by YSA defense attorneys Daniel T. Taylor III of Louisville, Ky., and Leonard B. Boudin of New York City. Monroe County Prosecutor Thomas A. Hoadley will represent the state. ' TAYLOR already has sub-penaed Hoadley, Deputy Prosecutor William T. Hornaday, investigator Vince Banks, Po- j lice Chief James East, and Harold and Shirley Wilkes, who tented a basement apartment of their rural home to John and Marcia Haag Glenn last summer. The prosecution has maintained that members of the YSA held meetings in that apartment and the prose-ution has tapes of conversations there and several pamphlets on Socialism taken from the premises. The three defendants, Thomas G. Morton of Terre Haute, Ralph Levitt and James E. Bingham, both of Indianapolis, are charged with violating Indiana's 1951 anti-subversive statute. They are expected to be in court. WILKES, who has been ordered to appear in court, testified last fall before the House Un-American Activities Committee in connection with the Glcnns' trip to Cuba and their Viw Indorsed ForW avne Board The Wayne Township Screening Caucus last night indorsed a slate of five persons for the Wayne Township Metropolitan District school board election, Robert D. Cooper, chairman of the caucus, said. Slated candidates are Robert J. Rader, 3609 Pinecrest Road; Mrs. Evelyn Abbott, 5553 Rockville Road; Dewey Hoss, 6613 Willow Court; Ben Syphers, 5247 Planfield Avenue, and Paul Barz, 1510 South High School Road. i ;,:: and a critic of the Hurley administration, showed reporters photographs he had taken of a truck containing recording equipment. Spencer said the truck was parked outside the Greenfield Elks Club Tuesday night. He said a transmitter had been "planted" in the club and a conversation he was having evidently had been recorded by equipment in the truck. THE EDITOR said a man in the truck admitted recording conversations believed transmitted from an attache case carried inside the club by another man, but refused to reveal the identity of his employer. Spencer quoted the man as saying he was "willing to work for anyone" who would pay his price of $6 an hour plus mileage. The transistor found in Hurley's office contained a battery with the date "1-4-6" but the last digit was illegible. Jacobs said it was possible the device had been there for many years. .WkS merger Status iTo Be Studied STAR STATE REPORT Zionsvillc, Ind. The status of school reorganization in Boone County will be examined April 20 at a meeting of the Zionsvillc Parent Teacher Association. William E. Brooks Jr., PTA president, said the situation has changed and is changing. "The meeting in April will give people an opportunity to have the latest information shortly before they vote on a county unit plan. "There are constructive alternatives to the county unit plan and there can be more than one interpretation of the facts," Brooks said. "The PTA should try to provide as many answers to as many questions as possible in this field." A single-unit system of all county schools has been recommended by the Boone County School Reorganization Committee. A metropolitan district has been formed for Lebanon and the western townships in the county and Marion Township has joined a school unit in Hamilton County. Eagle Township, which includes Zionsville, may be isolated as a result of action that proposes to add Union Township to the Lebanon School district, Brooks said. Union Township children presently attend high school in Zionsville although a separate elementary school is in Union Township. New officers for the coming school year will be elected at. the April meeting. Teachers' Pay Hike 'Approved STAR STATE REPORT Greenwood, Ind. The Greenwood School Board yesterday approved pay increases for teachers, effective next Jan. 1. The annual salary for beginning teachers with bachelor's degrees was increased to $5,000, a $250 hike. Teachers with master's degrees will begin at $5,250 a year and receive yearly raises which will give them $8,100 annually after 19 years of service. ;:i::;::V;::::'::;:::v:::-:-;'; J i ivix; hoom STAR STATE REPORT Greenfield, Ind. Officials said yesterday they have no clues to help them explain how, why and when a small radio transmitter was hidden in Mayor Berry S. Hurley's office. Greenfield Police Chief Audry E. Jacobs discovered the tiny, dust-covered device in a register grill Wednesday night after Hurley asked for a check on a report his office was being "bugged." , Jacobs said the transmitter was capable of broadcasting voices over a two-block area when activated, but said the device was inoperative when found. The battery was "dead" and the. transmitter had no antenna. HURLEY SAID he did not know the device had been found until after a city council meeting Wednesday night in which his veto of a sewage program was upheld by a 3-2 vote. At the meeting, Richard B. Spencer, managing editor, of the Greenfield Daily Reporter HyOctA opening of 94.8 miles of interstate highway during 1964. Completion of the Indianap-olis belt will require opening of a 3.9-mile section of 1-465 between U.S. 31 and Emerson Avenue, and a link made up of 1-465 and Ind. 100 on the east leg totaling 2.5 miles. Other major items in the schedule of openings include: 1-69 June 15 for 4.7 miles from Ind. 22 to Ind. 18 in Grant County; Sept. 1, 5.4 miles from Ind. 67 to new Ind. 109 in Madison County and 4.7 miles from Ind. 26 to Ind 22 in Grant County; Oct. 1, 3.7 miles from Ind. 38 to Ind. 67 in Madison County; Oct. 15, 3 miles near U.S. 27 in DeKalb County and 7.2 miles from Ind. 109 to Ind. 67 in Madison and Delaware counties; Nov. 1, 18.75 miles from U.S. 27 to U.S. 20 in DeKalb and Steuben counties, and Dec. 15, 11.4 miles from Ind. 67 to Ind. 28 in Delaware County. 1-74 Dec. 1, 5.9 miles from Lizton to Jamestown in Hendricks and Boone counties, and Oct. 1, 5 5 miles from Ind. 1 to U.S. 52 in Dearborn County. I-S0 Dec. 1, 5.5 miles west of the Indiana Toll Road in Lake Countv. Culver Plans 60-MiIc Canoe Race STAR STATE REPORT Culver, Ind. Culver Military Academy will sponsor a 60-mile canoe race on the Tippecanoe River April 18-19. The race chairman will be William Garrison, a Culver history teacher who led a similar race last year from Koko-mo to Lafayette on the Wildcat Creek and the Wabash River. There will be no age restrictions for this year's race. Crews will be limited to three persons each. Entry fees will be used to purchase prizes, Garrison said. The race is scheduled to start at 8 a.m. April 18 at Leiters Ford, south of Culver. Contestants will be provided lodging at Beason Park, 17 miles from Culver, the night of April 18. The race will end at Buffalo in White County. Entries may be made with Garrison at the academy. 60 OFF! - size m as 44.30 4IJ.99 (JIJ.99 6J.99 7J.99 i.99 HJ.99 99.99 99.99 19.99 PILE, Cigarette Sales Fall London (AP) Cigarette sales in Britain fell off during the last two months because of the United States surgeon-general's report on the effect of smoking on health, an industry executive said floors must be cleared many new low prices! of merchandise! many regroupings! Block's payment plans available! ctHtAmMd subsequent side trips to Spain and Morocco, from which they were finally deported. Taylor iris asked that all the witnesses bring with them all materials pamphlets and tape recordings in their possession. Taylor contends they were illegally obtained. Taylor has said that he will move for a suppression of evidence. TAYLOR has forecast that the arguments before Judge Hill will end in the dismissal of all charges against the de-lendants. He lias based his prediction on three points: 1. The 1!)51 Anti-Communist Statute is unconstitutional. 2. The affidavit and indictment are so vague his clients cannot prepare an adequate defense. 3. The evidence obtained is all illegal. I. U. Dentistry Post Filled " Indiana University President Elvis J. Stahr yesterday announced the appointment of Dr. Donald M. Cunningham to head the School of Dentistry's Department of Oral Rehabilitation. Dr. Cunningham has been a member of the dental school staff since 1953. Stahr also announced that Russell Wigh, former chairman of radiology at the University of Georgia and now in private practice at Columbus, Ind., will become an assistant professor of radiology at the I.U. School of Medicine. Guinea Chief Tours Conakry, Guinea (AP) President Sekou Toure of Guinea yesterday left for a state visit to Algiers. He will go on to Bonn next week to join his wife, who has been undergoing a medical checkup in Germany. nir FULL SIZE Sl.V FULL SIZE SIHfl veneers TAHLES AMI CASIIIEKIS! ALL I corner YVcui,; f Pennyvan.c, Su I lf0. ::-:-;V:v;::::::::;;-.;:::;,;: EVERYTHING AT LEAST 20 OFF! MANY ITEMS MORE THAN 50 OFF! last days! ;s nationally advertised brand names included! i some merchandise transferred from Block's main store to round out selections! Si5 all items subject to prior salel m no phone, mail or c.o.d. orders please! . r- iieduoom 1 tumtuu: DINING A Nil DINETTE FIJ1INITLTIE 20 lo iioom '2 OCCASIONAL AND PULL-UP CHAIRS, assorted styles. WERE 49.95 to 59 95. . . TV RECLINERS, Italian provincial or Thunderbird styles. WERE $109 80-INCH QUILTED LOUNGE SOFAS, on casters. WERE $299 n iiMTi m; I77 SECTIONALS, .. some with S I "! 15!) ,. 170 12xl2-FT. NYLON LOOP PILE, walnut tweed. WAS $80 12xl3.7-FT. COTTON PLUSH PILE, turquoise. WAS $90 12x15.8 FT. NYLON LOOP PILE, beige. WAS 88.85 '. 12xll.6-FT. W00L-NYL0N TWIST PILE, sandalwood. WAS 107.92 PLASTIC TOP DINETTE SETS, three, five and seven piece. WERE 59.95 Kf SO "I to $189.95 o ' CONTEMPORARY WALNUT CHINA CABINET, STO WAS $159 V ' ASSORTED BEDS, full ond twin sizes I "I WERE 39.95 to 69.95 F 4-PC. CONTEMPORARY WALNUT GROUP, 9-drawcr plastic top dresser, mirror, man's plastic top chest, full size bed WAS SI79 3-PC. CONTEMPORARY WALNUT GROUP, triple Ji dresser, mirror, full size bed WAS $299 ' I ) 3-PC. CONTEMPORARY PLASTIC TOP WALNUT GROUP, 6-drower dresser, mirror, panel bed. " Mf WAS $189 3-PC. CONTEMPORARY CHERRY GROUP, triple $ dresser, mirror, queen sizs headboard. WAS $299. ' 3-PC. FRENCH PROVINCIAL nylon upholstery. WERE $419 FRENCH PROVINCIAL SOFAS, quilted covers. WERE jisy to iy.y: BUFFET TO MATCH CABINET ABOVE, WAS $129 12.14.1 1-FT. WOOL-NYLON LOOP PILE, brown tweed. WAS 1 19.80 4-PC. CONTEMPORARY SECTIONAL, frieze 1 flkfk covers. WAS $399 1 5PJI 3IA.IOII APPLIANCES (IIEATLY IIEIILCEO 1Sxl0.2-FT. WOOL LOOP AND TEXTURED PILE. WAS 158.76 12xl4.4-FT. WOOL-NYLON LOOP PILE, beige. WAS $115 15xl2-FT. NYLON TWIST lilac. WAS $160 LAIILV AMERICAN SOFAS, CIIAIHS WING SOFA or CONTEMPORARY SOFAS with loose pillow back. WERE $179 to 199.95 SI 20 MATCHING WING CHAIRS, WERE 99.95, now SO!) EAHLY AMEIIICAN iieduoom umn ;vs 15x8.9-FT. WOOL EMBOSSED WILTON PILE, sand. WAS 145,07 IIICE 64 0 s7fl It to 49 I77 RECORD CABINETS, 1 "I .fill JLJL great reductions (4) WESTINGH0USE LAUNDROMATS, semiautomatic. WERE 169.95 (3) WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC DRYERS, 115-volt. WERE 99.95 (2) KELVINAT0R REFRIGERATORS, 10-cu. tt. WERE 189.50 MAGNAVOX PORTABLE TELEVISIONS, WERE 119.90 RCA VICTOR 23-INCH LOW BOY CONSOLE TV, WAS 299.95 .. . , RCA VICTOR AND EMERSON CONSOLE TVi, WERE 229.95 S I Til 15xl2-FT. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON TEXTURED PILE, gold. WAS 139.99 12xll.8-FT. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON TEXTURED PILE, nutmeg. WAS 145.81 15xl4.3-FT. WOOL LOOP AND SHEARED 1 PILE, olive green. WAS 190 88 J. 40 DOUBLE DRESSER, MIRROR, BED. WAS $259 TRIPLE DRESSER, MIRROR, BED. WAS $309 Solid ash and OCCASIONAL plus many others at similar reductions to 349.95 " RCA VICTOR DE LUXE COLOR TV CONSOLES. WERE $695 IIi:0DI; GHEATLY HEDCCEO VI KO CASUAL TCHNITI hi: VIKO'S PULL-UP CHAIR, WAS 17.95 15.03 VIKO'S OCCASIONAL CHAIR, loose cushion. WAS 23.50 10.03 VIKO'S OTTOMAN, two position, WAS 10.50 K.05 VIKO'S ROUND COCKTAIL or 30-INCH CORNER TABLE, plastic tops. WERE 23.30 10.03 VIKO'S STEP or COCKTAIL TABLES, olostic top. WERE 15.90 12.03 VIKO'S 2-PC. CASUAL SECTIONAL, wood orms, striped plastic seat with solid color bock. WAS $83 00.05 MAGNAVOX STEREO-PHONOGRAPH, FM-AM 0 HO radio. WAS 239.50 - JO MAGNAVOX CONSOLE STEREO RADIO PHONOGRAPH, two 1000 cycle horns, two 15'inch speakers, Ifl50 antiaue ivory, floor sample. WAS $595 . . . WwO AMBASSADOR FM-AM STEREO RADIO-PHONO GRAPH, floor sample. WAS 299.95 SOFA BEDS, LOUNGERS, HIDE A-BEDS, big selection, Eony American, traditional, provincial 1 ffclfc IIT styles. WERE $69 fo 259.95 . . Itl to ll5l"'a GROUP TWIN SIZE BOX SPRINGS, f greatly reduced, each 'J.O LARGE GROUP MATTRESSES, BOXSPRINGS, twin ond deduced.. . 24. 29? 35945 LEATHER TOP FRENCH PROVINCIAL TABLES, cocktail, end, commode, step ond temp styles, )f !!S WERE 44 95 &f'"" FAMOUS MAKE OCCASIONAL TABLES, lamp, cocktail and commodes. WERE 79 95 .NMt ,STT to $139 ' to f BIG 40-INCH MULTIPURPOSE easy fo ossemble. WERE 19.88 many others at EXTIIA SALESPEOPLE ((UAXTITIES IIEATLY LIMITED, SO SHOP EARLY! IT.VAIIVEIUTSEIt ITEMS AT CHEAT HEDlCTIO.S THROUGHOUT THE STORK

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