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Monday Eve., March 14,1949 North Atlantic Defense Treaty To Be Unveiled WASHINGTON. March 33 fUP) j — ;'— '—~~— The long-secret North Atlantic dc- : at the home of Mr. and Mrs.: John • fonse treaty was destined for oKI- , Benb[nv .. w!lore anc VM taken ! cial unveiling next Friday, wuh < • signing ceremonies here the first! when sllc became ill. .... . week in April. : Friends have received irord that \ Diplomatic quarters were ot the j Guy Kesling of Peru, formerly of \ opinion that tho foreign ministers j Winanwc, is confined to his home '' of at least eight and perhaps 12 j by jiiness. nations will sign the pact April 4 j "jj,.. aml j lrs _ palter Zauger and \ —one day in advance of the United j Daughter. Janie, left Saturday to ! Nations general assembly meeting j visit until Tuesday in Chicago ! in New York. But the date has not . with Mr _ and JIrs> Johu Ford Ml , g> J been officially set. ; oliv( , M C Laughlin is spending the | The ambassadors' committee : wock _ end i n the Zanger home with which has been drafting the treaty , hc ,. ffraildson . j obn Adam Za nger. .in,. l a «t .T,,K- rondel final acres- i ...,. ^ ^ JamE( . ^ Jnoy , Question Suitor in Slaying of Woman, Shooting of Twins since last July reached final agreement on the treaty text at the state , Satur(Jay . from the!r , 10me on • - grce two hour and la-minute meeting j the 80uthwost art 0 , Monroe with Secretary of State Dean Ache- 1 townsn ;,, department yesterday during a , g M gtrcet -, two with * on ' . ,. i Monroe Center Parent Teachers Minor changes m wording were >• Association wiu t Mond . made winch are expected to mcej at ^ ^^ MOV[M Q£ BQV the speedy approval of the eight , Scoli£ fc wj]] bc shown drafting nations -the United, Thc firc dcpavtment was ca!lcd States. Great Britain. Canada, ; , Vrancc Belgium Luxembourg, Tne w e g() E aml Netherlands, and Norway. | - , Diplomatic officials expressed ; neighbors I *ew hope that Denmark Ital>., y : guSrSaSSn? 0 ;? 1 cc= ^vw^rd\rs a yestnrdav with Aches'on on D en- ™ ( \?™ i! ™]$ m[i *•^™ is * U - m:i rK• S "entry into the past, wa , j |«a Hattcn. All are attending Mar- schedutctl to meet again today with j 1OI! ', „., .* *• , i other state 'lepartment officials. Alex Rearick. attending school Reliable informants said Rns-jat Butler university-^ spent -the mussen intends to wind up his j week wit " Mrs ; J ' ^'- Keanck. visit here next Tuesday after at j least one wore meeting with Ache-! Walton son. Hc would then fly to Copen-j M> . 5 John Ricnason , Mrs . For . hasen to make his recommends' gt g ha| . p Md Mrs _ j_ E _ Duck . tions to tho Danish Parliament. ! W0] . th spent Tnursday afternoon The eight nations arc particu- , n RossvillG whero they ' vlsitedl larly anxious to see n.inmark an da , lt I join them in the Defense Treaty.. B . n j ! Denmark's participation in the Mut- _ n E S met' nr.l Defense Program would assure Th ™' e^ning for a stZ ' them of the use In —rgencie, of Thu:^ da> J«J« ^ a stat«l . w^ah^^SLs^Gi^nd'Ai^oUicers elected were: Mrs. Danish possesion. It would like- f ulh « a ™™°» t « c - ™ rt \ ma " I wL be expected to influence Iron: Ralph Schwalm, worthy pa-j clmilar decisions by Portugal, j Iron: Mrs. Hester Manshmer. as- j which controls the Azores, and! soelate matron; Homer Bern-1 , , , j hardt, associate patron; Mrs. Flor- i Tno 'Italian parliament already i cnce O'Blenis, secretary; Sirs. Jos-| has begun debate on Italy's parti- j cipation in the pact, which'provid-i es for joint action by signatories i to met an act of aggression ' against any one of them. Following their successful meeting yesterday, the negotiators for the eight planning powers issued j - tho first important communique: ninco they started their ^work' cearly-nine months ago. It said: "We cleared up several minor points. We expect that the test ot the treaty will be released for publication next Friday, and that tho treaty will be signed the first week in' April in Washington. There will be one or more meetings next week. 1 ' The minor changes were referred by the ambassadors to .their home governments during the night. Since agreement previously Jiad been reached on major treaty provisions there was virtually no possibility any new objections would be raised. i Logansport Pharos-Tribune 3 1947, and separated December 9, [ 194S, 'port, a son: Mr. and Mrs. James Judge Russell Gordon has issued j Binney. 518 U West Market street, . an order to the members of the | a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Richard | grand ;ury of the White circuit | Vance, route 3, Logansport, a dau- i court which were drawn for this : ghter; Mr. and Mrs. William Eak- term of co.trt.to appear Monday : e r, 311% Pearl street, a daughter. afternoon, March 1-Ith at 1:30 o'-j Admissions: Mrs. Mary Hardy, clock, ] route 2. Logansport; Roger Flah- William P. Fowler, a railroader ; erty, Barnes Hotel; Mrs. Mamie' of Hammond, son of Baker Fowler .' Smith, 3016 East Broadway. of East Monticello. and Isabella; Dismissals: John Paige. 122S Mallernee, a student of Hammond, | Kast Market street; Mrs. Bernice have been issued a marriage H-' Winters. Walton: Harry DeMoss, cense by Coumy Clerk Jack-Moore. ! is West Linden avenue; Miss j Mary Louise .I'ohnU, Silver Lake; Hospital Notes Memorial Mrs. Robert Sweet, 1S1C Woodlawn avenue; Mrs. Lois Galbreath and , daughter, Murdock street; Mrs. Born to:_ Rev. ana Mrs. .Merlin j Edward j. Spencer and dau.ihtP-, route 6. Logansport; Mrs- Ms King .'.'id daughter, Flora: Mrs. Clarence Luce ami son, MOP''- cello; Mrs. Etta Jeffery. Mont ; cello; William Murray, 924 West Market street. ! Conduct Last Rites Police chief waves .cameraman away from Frailer (right). A 58-YEAR-OLD WIDOW, Mrs. Mary B. Thompson, was killed and her 20-year-old twin daughters were badly wounded in a wild gun at f ack in Atherton, Cal., allegedly by a rejected s'litor of one-of Bandaged Sharle Is fed in her Palo Alto hospital bed. the daughters. One daughter, Doris, was reported In critical condition and the, other, Sharle, in fair condition. Police arrested Kermit Owen Frazier, 34. for questioning. (International Soundpbotos) Burgette. Flora, a daughter. Admissions: David Maggart, route -, Logansport; Hobart Harris, 1714 George street; Eugeno Davis. .(25% South Third street: Mrs. Arlene Brown, route 1. Royal Centre; Mrs. Dorothy Boiler, route 3, Logansport; Dismissals: Sirs. Esther \Vil-, Hams, 1223 Liberty street: Mrs. | For Carl L. Morgan Katherhie Musall. 406 Bartletr | BUNKER HILL. Ind., March 1-4 street; Mrs. Ethel Patesel, M3 j —Funeral rites for Carl L. Mor- Antbony street; Mrs. Mildred Mil-.'gan. G3, of Peru, route 5, who died !er, Winamac; Miss Peggy Me-j Saturday afternoon, were-conduct- Clure. route I, Camden; Mrs. Em-j ed at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon ma Harrell, 1322 College street: j at-the Glazier funeral home, with Mrs. Margaret Lowe. Rockfield; j the Rev. Harvey Brown officiating. Mrs. Norma Elder. 1906 George j Burial was in the Springdale ceme- street; Mrs. Mabel Allen, Flora; j tery. Mrs. Ethel Page, 1204 , College j The deceased was born at Cham- street; Ferebee Gearhart. 5IS I paig". HI.,, on Jan. 30, 1SS6, the South Cicott street; Mrs. Lois Ov-j son of John and Aldona Morgan, ermyre, Rochester: Miss Virginia ' and was married to Mabel Bonner Lowring. Burnettsville: Miss ~Say-I at Indianapolis on April i, 1934. bra Handsclm, route 2, Royal'Ceil-1 Survivors are the widow: three tre: Mrs. Hilda Woodward, route children. Lloyd, 14; Robert, 32; 1, Bringhurst; Eugene Davis. -125'/A South Third street; Dr. Robert I Hoffman, South Bend. and Aldona, 9; a son by a former marriage, Earl Morgan of Gaston: and a half-brother, Roy Welch, of Muncie. ephine Fitzer, treasurer; Mrs. Marjorie Speitel, conductress, a.nd Mrs. Josephine Little, associate conductress. The. newly elected officers and the appointive officers will be "installed March 31. Initiation will be held Monday, March 21, and an officers party will be held March' 24 'at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Roscoe Feller. Ross Umbarger was taken to the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis Wednesday in the Evans ambulance. Rainbow Assembly No. 4S will meet Monday evening at 7:30'o'- clock for regular business and-installation i,f officers. The advisory board will meet proceeding 'th'e' meeting. . The Woman's Llterary;-Club"will meet Tuesday afternoon- at "•• the home of Mrs. Ervan Grove. Assistant hostesses are Mrs. Fred Rush, Mrs. Fred Herrick and Miss Mary Donohue. Mr. Gordon Little will have charge of the music. The American Legion Auxiliary Unit No.' 41S will meet at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Laura Wendliug. Miss Beulah Hall is chairman of the social committee. Monticello i Patricia Alien of Monticello was : granted a divorce from Charles Allen in Whue circuit court by Judge I Russell Gordon, and her former ' name ot Patricia Barnhart was i restored! Attorney Cliarles ' Boomershine represented the "plaintiff and Attorney Charles Siferd was counsel for the defendant. The J couple was married December IS. | Sf. Joseph Born to: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Timlar, 141G Wright street, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Bryant, route 1. Logansport. a daugh- p ter; Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hunt, j 1811 Erie avenue, a daughter; Mr. | and Mrs. J. 0. Sharpe, 512 West ! Broadway, a son; Mr. and Mrs. I William Hoover, route 4, Logans- MEN'S FELT HAH 59e St. Joseph ASPIRIN WpfilDS IAP6EST SHllR AT I0( ACCEPT LESS? CLEANED BLOCKED Winamac A marriage license was issued Saturday to Herbert Smith, of the IT. S. Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Terry Smith of Deco, Ky.. and Flora May Mace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mace of Madrid, New York. Franklin 0. Rohlnson has sued June Robinson for divorce. He charges desertion. i The the case ot State vs. Mervin L Brown, defendant is to appeal- in court March 2-1. 194!i. for _ arraignment on an amended affidavit on a charge following an auto accident In which two people lost their lives. In the petition for drainage by George Seidlo and others ot the 0. "W. Thompson ditch in Monroe township, the contract was let Saturday by Surveyor Dale Dilts to the A and M. Engineering Co. for $1900.00. Mrs, James Roe was dismissed Friday from the St.'Joseph hospital. Logansport, where she had gone for observation and treatment several days ago. | 0. W. Sparks is improving at the Methodist hospital, Indianapolis, where he has been for the past two weeks for observation and treatment. •\Villlam Roth, who has been ill for a long time, remains in a critical condition. Mrs. L. W. Benhow is Improving If You Get Up Nights TRY THIS FREE If your sleep is disturbed by petting up many tim-.'s at night duo to irritation of Bladder or Urinary Tract, try PALMO TABLETS at our risk If you have never used them. All you do is simply test 20 tablets FREE from the Full-Size PackaK'i we send you. 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