The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on December 17, 1965 · 16
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The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana · 16

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Friday, December 17, 1965
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Friday. December 17, 1965 Po9 16 THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS 0JQY QUIIITY $t Christmas Time Mod with o choica blind of imported spices, frish craom, mlk ond aggs, os only lindntr knows how lindnor gg Nog hoi ttia traditional, homo-modi good tostt your family ond friinds will lovi. And iviryom in your forrily con drink ond anjoy Lindntr fgg Nog It's tha family fun drink. ICE CREAM CHRISTMAS TREES (MOLDS) BOX OF 6 J 6 Individuol Lindner Ice Cream molds - individually wrapped - Decorative Holidoy Dessert Treats ond easy to rve. ICE CREAM SANTAS (MOLDS) 6FOr59c 65' QUART BELL CENTER ICE CREAM ROLL . QOc EACH A party perfect, quick to fin ici criom treat that tastes every bit os good as il looks! Lindner Vanillo Ice Cream Roll with a bill-shaped center, all rolled in chopped nuts. SNOWBALLS BOX OF 4 Lindner Vanillo ice cream, rolled in coconut and decorated with holly ond bemet, condles included. Serve in darkened room for dromotic effect. 59 ICE CREAM PECAN BALLS BOX OF 4 OLD-FASHION FRUIT CAKE $1 .39 Bursting with the fruit and nut goodness of old-fashioned Christmas fruit 'coke. Fresh, tasty ond sure to please your holiday guests. untlnsr j fr Tl ! oeiiT Try This for Real Holiday Flavor PEPPERMINT ICE CREAM Filled with crispy, crunch peppermint candy bits, here's special holiday ice criom flavor that will delight young and old alike. 98c Half Gallon ' JjT ;Reg. 98c Thru Jan. 2 Half Gallon Lindner offers you the quality ond value si our famous Golden Vanilla for just 69c. M'l superior to ordinary ice creams smoother texture, heavier body ond better flavor. Buy Lindner Golden Vanilla at the everyday low price of 69c ond get more value. Economical-festive f Holiday Treats i;. Exclusively From finJner Lindner's holidoy let Cream treats will moke your table look festive ond your "guests ask for more. There's a variety of specialties for every occasion-Bell Center Rolls for dessert, Ice Cream Tret Molds for quick snacks. Ice Creom Santa Molds or Snowballs for your family party. Compare Lindner Ice Cream desserts with commercially prepared cakes or pies ond you'll find that you get more volue with Lindner Ice Cream. c n jy North MSI N. Dtlewari 1)00 1. 14th Street M I. tlrd Strait til I. 4t Strut 443S N. Kiylteee 6979 N. Miceiue Hie' Meet Mel W. loth Stmt UOe W. lOth Strait Jill Reotwlrf Annul lttl Mala it, IMil.filH att jtoi iaaiiia 10th end Saanaaa Drlvi list end Imtnaa S9ISI. 31th Stmt 4364 Fraaalia leed 101 list Waiaiaata Sralh 7019 Madliaa Avian 3747 S. Merldlee' 2301 Saalar 1117 Albeay, Inch trevi Omaweed U.S. 31 at Smith Villiy Id. STAR and NEWS Quick-Action WANT ADS Get Fast Results INDIANA NEWS HOUSEWIFE IS BURNED IN ELWOOD Special to The Newt ELWOOD, Ind. An El wood housewife was seriously burned and two of her sons jumped to safety from a second-story window onto the top of a car when fire swept through their Southside home today. Mrs. Robert Drake, about 45, was listed in serious condition at Mercy Hospital here with severe face and arms burns suffered when the fire erupted at her house about 2 a.m. today. Charles Drake, 11-year-old son of Mrs. Drake, was downstairs at the time of the fire. He suffered burned feet and his hair was singed from the flames, firemen said. Two other sons of Mrs. Drake were sleeping in an upstairs bedroom when the fire broke out. They could not reach the stairs leading to the ground floor because of the fire. A neighbor of the Drakes, John Chambers, an 18-year-old high school dropout, spotted the two boys in the upstairs bedroom as he was driving home from work at the RCA plant in Marion. Chambers, who quit Elwood High School two weeks ago to go to work, drove his old model car beneath the window and shouted for the boys to jump on its top. Neither youth was hospitalized. The elder, Robert Drake Jr., 16, a member of the Elwood High School basketball team, was treated for arm cuts received when he smashed the window. The other youth, John Drake, 13, escaped injury. 2 Holidays May Bring 25 Fatalities The lethal combination of drinking and driving may help cause 15 Hoosier highway fatalities during the Christmas holiday and 10 more over the New Year's weekend, the Indiana Office of Traffic Safety warned today. The warning came as Indiana's highway death toll pushed toward the all-time high of 1,478, set in 1941. Nationwide, 560 to 660 persons will be killed in traffic accidents during the three-day Christmas weekend which extends from 6 p.m. Thursday until midnight Dec. 26, according to the National Safety Council. Yesterday, accidents involving a train, a tractor and two autos pushed the state's 1965 fatality toll to 1,419. CHARLES PALMER, 71, retired Michigan City bartender, died when his car struck a South Shore Railroad train at a crossing a block from his home. A two-car crash, 4 miles west of Evansville on Ind. 62, killed LOUIS W. HOCH-MEISTER, 19, Boonville, and critically injured Kenneth R. Bailey, 33, Mount Vernon. LINDA FIGERT, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Figert, Silver Lake, was killed when the tractor she was riding ran into a ditch along a country road and overturned. The accident occurred about 20 miles northwest of Wabash. The girl was en route to help her father, who was waiting in a farm field. He found her body. Police said they believe a speeding car forced the farm tractor off the road. The Marion County Mental Health Association is collecting 10,000 new Christmas gifts for lonely mental patients. Call 634-4311 for ideas. mm SETS LUDWiG SLINGERLAND SPARKLE and LAQUER FINISHES! DRUM KITS 35 ZILDJIAN CYMBALS DRUM THRONES All Types OPEN EVENINGS 'til 8:30 MON. thru FRI. SUNDAY 2 to 5 P.M. INDIANA MUSIC CO. PAUL RINNE, Pres. 115 E. OHIO ST. INQUIRIES INVITED ME 6-4486 STAR and HWS Quick-Action WANT AOS Get Fast Results Legal Aid Society Formed For Gary Special tl Tht Ntwi GARY, Ind. A legal aid society has been organized here under sponsorship of the Gary Bar Association. The association hopes to employ at least one attorney full time to provide legal services for those who cannot afford to pay for them. ARE YOU LU. TOO? HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) A bill aimed at giving university status to Indiana State College was signed into law yesterday by Gov. William W. Scran-ton. The new law changes the name of the school to Indiana University of Pennsylvania, so as not to conflict with Indiana University at Bloomington, Ind. I.U., the Pennsylvania variety, is located at Indiana, Pa. 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