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2 Logansport Pharos-Tribune ' Training Camp Briefs MIAMI, Fla., March 14—(UP)— Cal Abraras, a young outfielder from the sidewalks of Brooklyn -who has been seeking a berth with the Dodgers durir.fr the past two j ering ~ O n ly three hits off" Elmer years, moved closer to his goal i Bidc ile, Vic Lombard! and Kirby today following a brilliant batting < H igbe. The Browns lost their sec- exhlbftion which helped sink the : ond stra i g ht to the White Sox, S Boston Braves. ! to 5. Abrams, who collected two hits j *nd two walka against the Braves j l(a n t tlr l[ V \A/iMratc last Saturday, rapped out four hits | ^"TUCKy Wildcats against Boston yesterday, including j Open 1 TOUWey Play a three-run homer that helped ;*-.. i i Brooklyn bounce the Braves, 6 to AgamSt LOyOla Brown*, each smarting under two straight defeats, today attempted to crash the win column at the expense of each other. Chicago suffered its second sue- ', effective Monday; March 14, cessive beating at the hands of | Mr.. Cox has been employed in Pittsburgh, 3 to 1, yesterday, gath- Joins Bennett's Roy Cox, of 277,Fifteenth str.eet, has been appointed to tha sales ! staff at Bennett Furniture, Inc., 0, for the second straight day. PASADENA, Calif., March 14- NEW YORK, March 14—(ITP)— Having bided their time while the preliminaries were being dispensed (UP)—Pat Seerey, Chicago White with, the ^rampaging Wildcats of Sox outfielder who has been bat- the University of Kentucky we're ting a bulging waist-line this | ready to be turned loose today in spring, encountered added woe to- i the quarter-final round of the na- day in the form of a slight fever i tional Invitation basketball tourna- »nd throat infection. Seerey has been ordered to bed by the d'ub physician. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 14—(UP)—The New York Yankees, nursing a two - game winning I ment. The first thing the victory-hungry 'Cats will spy will be the Loyola of Chicago quintet, fresh and fat. from an elimination round victory over City College of New j York, Schmidt To Speak At Walton Legion Carry-In Supper Former County Clerk Dawey Schmidt will, be the ^principal speaker at the observance of the 30th anniversary of the American Legion to be held at 6:45 o'clock Wednesday evening at the Walton i London Conference Is Con- West Pushes Its Work On Security Pact gtreak, tangle with the Boston Red I Despite the impressive manner in - - _ ._- _ Box today, who wore'seeking their which Loyola trampled CONY, the (-the furniture department of both lecond straight triumph. . Chicagoang were rated no better [ oisen's and Montgomery Ward "In Johnny Lindell'a two-run homer i than 12-point underdogs to the' tho major blow yesterday as I Wildcats from the blue grass. And that margin little shows the awe in which Kentucky Is held here—it would be the court upset of the century If Kentucky went down now. Kentucky's opening clash is on this afternoon's slate along with that in which fourth-seeded Western Kentucky la called a four-point choice over Bradley. In games tonight, second-seeded St. Louis is rated' four points over Bowling phia Athletics returned to routine j Green and Utah is juat a one-point training choree today following ' favorite over San Francisco, their 6 to 2 setback at tho hands of the Washington' Senators yesterday. the Yankees tripped the St. Louis Cardinals. 3 to 1, behind the four- hit pitching of Don Johnson and Tommy Byrne. . Ted Williams, with a home run, •nd Rookie Walt Dropo, with three singles, led the Red Sox to a 7 to 2 victory over Cincinnati yesterday. WEST PALM B EA C H . Fla, March 14 — (UP) — The Philadel- PHOENIX, Ariz., March 14— - (UP)—The champion Cleveland Indians and the New York Giants, j each boasting a victory over one another, moved to Tucson today, for their third tilt in a series of spring oxhibltlons. DEATHS & FUNERALS KISTLER Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy Klstler. 91. formerly of Rochester, who died Sunday In tha Nsal Nursing home, 630 Race street, will be conducted by the Rev. M. L. Robinson at 10 a. m. Tuesday at the this city,-and Is well known locally. ' ' , • Mr. and .Mrs.. A. L. McTaggart have resigned their positions at the Bennett company. .' Personals Mr. and Mrs. William Prltchard, 517 West. Miami avenue, hare re- ' Christian church parsonage 'base- i.ment under the sponsorship of the | j Walton Legion auxiliary. A carry-In' supper will be served to Walton Legionnaires, members of the Walton Legion auxiliary and their families. . In addition to the talk by Schmidt, the • prog'"am will include novelty songs by.high school girls, stuntg, welcome by Beulah Hal,!, vice-president of,, the auxiliary; response by the ..Legion; group singing and the cutting of. the. birthday cake. . . A door prlzs will be given.-Mrs. Louis Babb; president-of the Walton Legion auxiliary, is general chairman of the affair, .Committees are; program, Miss Beulah Hall, chairman; Mrs. Hen bert Small and Mrs, Laddie Shuman; dining room, Mrg. • Chester Martin, chairman; Mre. Vivian Kranz, and Mf». Merrill -Phillip*. Form Owner Sues Tenant Tlie suit, of Marlon Golm against Carl E. Selleck, asking possession oi a 366-acre farm In Fulton county, an accounting, appointment of a receiver, and $liOOO'damages, was filed today in the Cass circuit School Girl Hunted ducted As Reports Are Re-j court on a change of venue from ceived of Russian Move. LONDON, March 14—(UP)—top representatives of the five Western Union powers were called Into emergency session today to speed up work on the Atlantic Pact and maintain .their hard-won Initiative In the eoid'war. Reports from Vienna said east- the Fulton circuit court. According to the complaint the plaintiff and the defendant on July 10, 1948, entered Into a written farm lease but the "defendant has refused to .comply with terms of the contract. ' The plaintiff alleges the defendant sold hogs belonging to him, sold hay from.the farm, failed to ern Europeui military chiefs were properly care for the livestock and Mathilda Waldecker Dies At Indianapolis Mrs: Mathilda Waldecker,, 79, mother, of Mrs. Eugene "Dot" Easley, both of whom were former Logansport residents, died at Indianapolis Sunday afternoon, It was learned here Monday. turned from Albuquerque, 1 New! Final riteg will be held'at the Mexico, where they spent the win- j Bethlehem Lutheran -church at In- Chase-Miller chapel. Burial will be ter with their son and family, Lt. Col. and Mrs, William C. Prltch- ard. Mr. and Mrs." William F, Welch have returned from New Orleans, Louisana, and left Logansport Sunday to make their home at 4580 Washington boulevard in In- diana.polla. • Miss Carolyn Frey was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and dlanapolis, 2 p. m. Tuesday-. .Surviving besides -Mrs,,-Easley are two sons,.Sidney and William; and two brothers. Henry and William Meyer, The deceased was the widow of Benjamin B. Waldecker, TheGiants evened the »erl,s ! nmde in th. Rochester I O.O.Fcem . j Mrs. L. E. Frey, 1514 George yesterday when they staged a four- vnn third Inning rally against Bob ;'un« r »l hota « where 'Teller to beat the' Indians. 7 to 4, j call, .•-before 9,025 fans, a record baseball turnout for Arizona. Dale Mitchell hit the game's only home run off ^,«« may Sheldon Jones, who yielded Jive hits and two rung in three Innings. LAKELAND, Fla.. March 14— (UP)—Extra batting practice was the order of tho day for the Detroit Tigers. The Bengals managed ft meager three hits yesterday as they dropped tholr second successive exhibition game to the Philadelphia Phillies 3 to 0. Hank Borowy, Rob- In Roberts and Curt Simmons held the Tigers at bay. HIGHT Final rites for George E. Hight, 66, a former local resident, were , conducted Sunday afternoon at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, with burial cemetery. made .in the Davis NOTICE OF APPOUVTMEJfT Notice Is h«reby given that tho undersigned has been duly appointed by the Cass Circuit Court of Indians, and h»s qualified us Admln- istrntor of the Estate of Rosa Hoover., deceased, late of Cass County, Indiana. ^ftld Eatnte 1« believed to be sol- Dated this 12th day of March, THE NATIONAL BANK street. She is a student at the Chicago School of Art and Design. Pvt. Jerry Burris, who has just returned from ten months' service In Frankfurt, Germany, visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Burris, near Young America last week. Other guests 'were Mr, and Mrs. Evnmett Buvrls and daughter, Joyce, of Osceola, Indiana. Prt. Bun-is will go to Tacoma, Washington, for further assignment, I OF LOGAN'SPORT „ v i ADMINISTRATOR LOS ANGELES, March l-i--(UP) Myers & Moitque, —The Chicago-Cubs and St. Louis Attorneys for *">•>'• 14-21-28 VIOLATORS PAT FIXES Parking violators were assessed $40 In 'one dollar penalties here Saturday night, police reported. Taxi Loses Fender In Traffic Crash Sunday The right rear fender wag torn off a taxi, driven by Ralph L. Rivers, 32, of 311 J /2. Pearl street, •meetfng-witli Soviet army leaders in Debrecen, Hungary, to map new Russian, strategy in continuing struggle, with the west. ' Called ' into session in London were powerful delegations representing Great Britain, France, Belgium, ; Holland and Luxembourg. The,'delegations included the foreign ministers, defense ministers and.finance ministers /of each country. ' ••Today's session was called three weeks sooner than-originally planned. The, ministers will hold closed: formal .sessions today and tomorrow to.-coordinate their fast-moving work on the Atlantic Pact, which will handle defense problems, and the" proposed council qf Europe, which will handle political problems. Work on the Atlantic Pact is all but completed. Informed quarters disclosed that British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin will sail for the United States March 26 aboard the 2ueen Mary to sign the pact. In Washington. The meeting today was expected has kept a team of horses on the farm, refusing to account for the money -collected for the sale of .the bay and hogs. The plaintiff asks that a receiver be named to take charge of the farm, that the defendant account for the money received, and that the court'award the" plaintiff judgment for possession of the farm. Brown and Brown are the- attorneys, for the .plaintiff, and Arthur Metzler is the attorney for the defendant. '. Monday Eve., March 14, 1949 Flash Fire Claims Two • CHICAGO, March 1* — UP)— Two persons suffocated early today in a flash fire that destroyed a three-story building on Chicago'* j North Side. I About 20 persons were driven to i the streets in their night clothing Soviet Wheat Crop Above Billion Mark WASHINGTON, March 14—(UP) —Russia harvested a billion-bushel! | as flames roared through the ! three-story building. Division fire Marshall Otto Dahl said the Hr« apparently started in a flr«t-floor tavern and raced upward through halls and corridors. The dead were Mrs. Elsie Gustafson, who lived on'the third floor, and her roomer, who was not identified immediately. i Firemen escorted about seven : residents of the building to safety j but no injuries vrere reported. The i building contained four apart- A POLICE SEARCH throughout i Ben ts in addition to the tavern. the cast und as far west ns OliJo Is launched for Jforuia Kales, 17- year-old high school senior, •when her parent*, Mr. nnd Mrs, Harry Kales of Koxbnry, Muss., report she failed to return from classes Monday. The parents MH!<I the (rlrl hns talked. 'Incessantly of becoming a nurse. (International Sound- photo.) Disorderly Conduct wheat crop last year for .the first j Charge Brings Fine time since before the war. the as-- * * time since before the war, the ag riculture department reported today. The crop was estimated at 1,025,000,000 buBhels—some 175,000.000 bushels greater than estimated Soviet production in 1947. In prewar years, Russia normally turned out a crop equal to the Turn unused articles in to cash with a Pharos- Tribune classified ad. to make arrangements for pushing 1 near-record 1948 U, S. crop of the proposed council of Europe i 1,288,000,000 bushels. Ill those toward a successful early conclus-! y ears > 1935-1939. U. S. production. on even while the United States,! averaged only 750,000,000 bushels. Canada, Norway and the five West-! Authorities said the increased e™ Union countries are "signing | Soviet output may explain why the Atlantic Pact. ! »«"!» n ™ '• seeking guarantees Ambassadors to the Western Un- of a lftr e e wheat ex P° rt market ur " when it collided with an au\omo- I ion countries and five-other ™-1 ^ the proposed world wheat pact. i Eire and Italy—are expected to be called Into session here on March 28 to irov. out final details of establishing the council. bile, operated by Meredith/ Grimm j ^ions—Norway, Denmark, Sweden, of route 5, Tipton, at' 11 o'clock ~~' Sunday evening, police .reported. Both cars were traveling west on East Market street and as they approached the Intersection at Second street, the taxi attempted to pass, while the Grimm car started to make a left turn Into a filling station, according to police. The collision followed. $2,500 SXOBJ3 The Ralph David, Inc., of 516 East Broadway, filed application fou a. permit to start work on a new front for its store building. The estimated $2,500' .-job will be done by company. the Wolf Construction Estimate Buchanan Estate At $20,770 The estate of the late Flora Buchanan, who died July 4, 1948, was opened Monday In the Cass circuit court for the purpose of determining the Inheritance tax. '*7..'.~ The value of the estate was estimated at 20.770. The husband and a son are listed as heirs. Smith'and Smith.are the attorneys for the .estate. . BIGELOW BIAUVAIS BROADLOOM Quick as a wink you can have luxury underfoot and new charm and Beauty for your home with Bigelow's Beauvais Broadloom carpeting woven of lively, new wool in tone- on-tone, scroll or floral designs. Sq. Yd. 9.50 CIOSED MOITDATS . . . OPES Millie Delp Estate Estimated At $4,050 The estate of the late Millie K. Delp, who-died-.July 7/194S, was opened Monday In the Cass circuit court with the appointment of a brother, Ossa Kahl, Flora, as administrator. The brother and two sisters were listed as heirs' of tho estate, estimated to Include $4,000 In real estate and J50 In personal property. Hanna, Small and Campbell are the attorneys for the estate. Mark L. Mlnneman, city, paid a j fine of $15 and $10 costs in city j court today on a charge of dig- j orderly conduct. | Three cases of intoxication appeared on the docket and the defendants fined a total of $15 and $30 costs. 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