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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, I860. THE PHAROS-TRBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE THlR'l'iETf Settlement In Dispute Announced WASHINGTON (AP)—The National Mediation Board Saturday announced that a settlement had been reached' in the dispute between the Switchmen's Union,of North America and 17 railroads The proposed agreement is sub ject to ratification by the union members. The board gave no details of the proposed settlement. Federal mediators had been trying to settle the dispute for the ,past week. Earlier Saturday a preliminary federal injunction was issued in Buffalo, N.Y., banning indefinitely a strike by- the union. . • The preliminary injunction, which will keep the switchmen on the job until a decision is reached on the railroad's motion for a.per- manent injunction, was issued by U.S. Dist. Judge John 0. Henderson. - -•. ... : Henderson said the railroads' would "suffer irreparably harm and injury .unless awarded' injunctive relief." A temporary injunction was to expire at midnight Saturday'and under the Railway Labor Act, the 8,500-member union could have called a .walkout 72 hours later against the Southern and Western railroads.. The switchmen have, refused'a four per cent wage boost over .two years. A similar increase has been accepted by other operating unions. The union .claimed the raise would widen the gap. between, their wages and those of the other unions. Switchmen are paid $2.73 an hour. The railroads involved in the dispute are Western Pacific, Southern Pacific, Spokane International, Rock Island, 'Denver & Rio Grande Western, Great Northern, Davenport-Rock Is- 'land & Northwestern, Fort'Worth- Denver, and the Minneapolis & St. Louis .Seventeen other railroads also would be affected. SOWholesale Establishments In Cass County Cass, White, Carroll, Fulton, Pulaski and Miami counties, composing 4.2 percent o£ Indiana's wholesale trade establishments, figured in three percent of the state's wholesale sales in'1958, according to figures recently released in the U S. Department of Commerce's 1958 Census of Business Wholesale Trade report for Indiana.,. Of the state's total 6,897 establishments in 1958, Cass County lead the six-county area with 80 wholesale establishments, Miami had 55, White 47, Carroll 40, Fulton 36 and Pulaska county 24 establishments. Cass county had sales of ?52,417,000, compared with Miami County's $40,736,000 .in second place. White's $22,150,000 ranked ahead of Carroll's 818,988,000, Fulton's $13,271,000, and Pulaski's $11.377,000. ''• . Of Indiana's total ?5,208',561,000, the six-county area figures accounted for $158,939,000. The "wholesale sales" consist largely of manufactured products. LITTLE WOMEN—A 40-foot-diameter antenna in Nutley, N.J., shrinks two young ladies to doll-size. Janet Pulichine, left, arid Judy Rooney are secretaries at the International Telephone and Telegraph laboratories where the antenna will be mounted to pick up radio signals bounced off the moon or satellites. Autumn Is Finally Here By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There's no doubt about it October has brought a definite tinge of autumn to Indiana a^ter a Sep tember wanner and drier than usual. Temperatures Sunday probably won't rise much -above the 70-degree mark, and it may drop be;low 50 Sunday night Light showers are predicted for Sunday afternoon in the central-part of the state. The .first frosts of the season were reported'early Saturday near South Bend and Fort Wayne, where readings as low as 35 were recorded. . September's 'average temperature at the Indianapolis Weather Bureau was 69.8,' the highest since 1941 and 2.6 degrees above normal.. '..'-.. The lowest reading of the month 45 degrees, came on. Friday. And the top was 95 on --Sept. 8, the warmest day of the year for Indianapolis. Weather Bureau records showed a September total rainfall of only 2.43 inches, which was -1.24 inches below normal.' ' - : ' Triple Wedding Rites First In Enoland In Over Five Centuries .WHJTWELD, England (AP)-A triple wedding was performed in Whitwell's llth century .Anglican church Saturday, and the vicar assured everyone it w,as the first such ceremony in afc least five centuries Three sisters, the daughters of Mr and Mrs Sam Turner, acquired husbands simultaneously , They were Audrey Turner, 20, and her twin sisters, Hose and Lily, 19i They had 14 bridesmaids and 300 • wedding guests. Delphi May Return To Standard Time DELPHI—The city of Delphi, after deciding to stay on "fast time" during the winter months, may.return to Central Standard Time. , The Delphi Chamber of Commerce said it-would ask the city council Monday to revert to CST. A spokesman said if the council does not approve, chants would still "slow" time. operate on Rev. Rudisilfs To Live In The East ROYAL CENTER - Eev. and fos. : lI v Rudisill and their daugh- er Judy left\ Royal Center on Thursday, to make their home in. heir; native Pennsylvania.. Kev. ludisiflV the pastor of the Methodist church since June, has accepted an assignment as pastor of wo Episcopal mission churches ;n the Keystone State. Mr. and Mrs. Max Metzger lave moved to the Ida' Thimlar residence on S Chicago street tfelzger is the new assistant at he Harrison funeral home Mrs. Dorothy Jones "and Henn- :tta Smsher attended the sPytbjan •Sister's convention at Indianapolis :his week. Mrs. Iva Beauchamp enter- :ained the OEE cbjb at her home Tuesday evening. Mis Helen Robinson and Mrs. Fred' Swisher wei;e guests at the club meeting. iMrs. Mayme Coleman and Mrs face Taylor visited Mrs Mittie Hoffman at Buffalo recently. The graduating class of 1945 of he Royal Center High School •will have a reunion at.Hea Park Sunday, Oct. 9 A basket dinner will be served at 12 30 NO RAIN IN SPAIN — French actress Mylene Demongebt chooses to spend her day oft on the beach at Madrid, Spain. She's workine in "The Sineer. Not the Song." Deaths Off To Big Start i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS *1he list,of Indiana week-end.traf- fic dead carried four names Saturday, "one of them a pedestrian Lucien C Bever, state traffic safety direcor, predicted 195 destnans will die this year on Hoosier streets and roads if the current pace continues. That wou^ be the highest toll since 1952. Beaver sent letters to all police agencies asking a crackdown on pedestrian safety violations, the this blamed for 90 : per cent of the deaths., In .the first eight months year, he. said, 97 pedestrians died in accidents. That was 'an increase of 42 per cent over the same, period of 1J59; ' Roy. Schultz, 63, Center Point, was .injured fatally Friday night when he was hit by a taxicab on U.S: 40 in Brazil. His. wife sat 408 E MARKET ST LADIES' 2.00 COTTON DUSTERS $ • Full.cut • Check Patterns. • Sizes S-M-L i MEN'S REG. 2.49 HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS DRAWSTRING White and Colors.. Sizes S-M-L XL. 2 REG. 13. 99 VALUE Motorized Bar-B-Que GRILLS • Coppertone 'Finish • 6" Wheels While They last. SPECIAL PURCHASE! FINE WOVEN-PRE-SHRUNK MACHINE WASHABLE BROADCLOTH First Quality Reg. 49c Value Permanent Finish New Fashion Solid Colors.' Moss • Mint • Blue Gold • Lilac » Maize Peacock Brown Purple • Pink Elack •White. Extra Special SANFORIZED SUEDE FLANNEL PLAIDS and CHECKS nearby in their car and saw Schultz struck by a cab driven R. Gray, 42, Terre by James Haute. A Knox motorist, 20-year-olc Gordon L. C:::, died early Satur day when his . car hit a cattl truck on U.S. 35 north of Knox The truck driver escaped injury but more than 50 cattle were kil led. Richard L. Brow, 24, La Porte was killed Friday night when his car ran off a La Porte Count_ road and hit a fence at .the Indi ana State Prison's Summit Farm A 19-year-old motorcyclist, Phil lip Terry of Camby, died Friday night when .his. cvcle rammed car southwest of Indianapolis. . Tvyo residents of Hammond Ind., were injured fatally Saturday when an automobile went out of control and crashed near Jasper, Ala. . " Highway Patrolman B. R. Burgess, said the victims were Charles Cliff Hendon, 46, and John H. Townley, 43. Burgess, said Townley was driv : ing. The officer said witnesses reported the car was speeding before, the accident. p.m. Mr. and'..JIrs. Joe House and children returned to their home at- Hammond after visiting Mrs Mabel House- The Royal Center High School junior class play will be given Oct. 7, at 7 pm in the school gymnasium. A/1C and Mrs".' Richard Doyle and son spent the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doyle, .after retmning from a 13-month tour of duty in Korea. Mrs. Atla Be'ckley and Dewey Wisley of Star City visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglas on Tuesday. A marriage' license has been issued to Richard Bundy and Sharon Pherson, Center. both of Royal EXPLOSIVE FIND INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Eva Duncan, 66, was quite satisfied to turn over to police a strange box she found on the sidewalk in front of her home..-And the police promptly handed the box—a case of dynamite—to Army ordnance experts for demolition at.Camp Atterbury. VOTE EARLY BLOOMNGTON;. Ind. (AP) — Indiana University students, will be voting Nov. 1, a week -ahead of the general-election. But their ballots for presidential and state candidates will only be part of a mock election, an attempt to predict the general trend.a week later. School Officer Michael (Mike) Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Zorah Baker, 206 East Roselawn Drive, attending Ball.State Teacher's College, was recently elected to one. of the eight offices '.of the. Freshman class, the student executive council- :",... He is a 1960 graduate of Logansport high school, and. is majoring in business administration. He is also a member of the. color guard of the Ball State Air Force ROTC Drill team. Mac Sees Ike On Strategy By JOHN'flt HIGHTOWER WASHZNGTONT; (AP) - British Prime MinisteHlIirold Macmillan Hew in SaturdiySfor a talk with President 'Eisejfihbwer on strategy for meeting Swelling netitralist [>re.ssiire at the United Nations for an Eisenhower-Khrushchev meeting. . . . . . . t U.S. officials heavily discounted Ihe possibility of any such. conference between the President and [he Soviet premier despite the demand from leaders of" cold war neutrals such as Prime Minister Nehpi of India. Macmillan, arriving from New York, wouldn't comment to newsmen on his scheduled talk with Eisenhower at the White House Sunday .morning. Also sitting in will be Prime Minister Robert G. Menzies of Australia. Eisenhower had come in to the same airport less than two hours earlier. 'Newsmen had no opportunity to talk to' him on his arrival from Denver, where he had gone to attend the funeral':of Kentucky Now Will Pay Bonus To Vets Living Out Of State FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -Gov, Bert Combs Saturday signed a bill which extends Kentucky's veterans bonus to all its 'veterans now living in other states. An estimated 100,000 persons would be affected. They would receive up to $300 for stateside and S500 for foreign service in all wars. -The bonus was passed in a referendum last November, but the Legislature eliminated- veterans who didn't live in Kentucky at the time. ... After a clamor by out-of-state veterans, Combs called the Legislature into special session and the bonus bill was revised. But no veteran has received a cent so far. Court 'challenges against the bonus have kept.the state from floating a bond issue to raise payment money. NURSES TO MEET The Ninth Division of "the. Indiana Licensed Practical Nurses wilt meet P/rtf. Eisenhower's ' mother, Elivera Doud. But it seemed likely that. the President would Tiold in abeyance any final decisions on strategy until he has talked with Macmillan and Menzies.. Traffic Violators Fined In JP Court Philip Kaley, 24,. of 820 Helm, was fined ?15'and costs Saturday in justice--court for speeding 90 mph. He was arrested by Trooper J. I. Johnson. Also fined in JP court: William Murray, 21, of 600 S." Cicott, S.5 and costs, speeding, arrested by Trooper John Gaylor; and Richard Pearson, 17, route 1, Delphi, $1 and costs, Improper passing, slated by Trooper Dick Keyes. Eagles Tackle Is Seriously Injured DALLAS (AP)—Howard Keys, defensive tackle 'of the Philadelphia Eagles, suffered a possible broken vertebra in Friday night's Eagles-Dallas. Cowboys' National League football game, a hospital spokesman said. Keys was injured when he tackled Bill Butler, Dalla's safety man, on a kickoff return. .The Eagles won. 27-25. Remains of pleisiosaurs, mosa- sums', gia'rit lizards, turtles and Christian Science Lecturer Coming NEIL H. BOWLES How scientific understanding of divine law brings healing and pro- :ection will be the topic of a pubic lecture on Christian Science to given here Saturday, October 8, by Neil H. Bowles of Atlanta, Georgia. Mr: Bowles, a .member of The Christian Science Board of Lec- ;ureship,.will speak in the church auditorium. North and Ninth streets, at 8 p.nt under the asupices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Logansport. His subject will be "Christian Science: Its Revelation of God's Healing and Protecting Law." The lecture ; is free,.and local members have invited the public to attend. An authorized Christian Science eacher and practitioner, Mr. Bowles is a native of Chicago, Illinois. He established and operated his own real estate, mortgage, and insurance firm. In 1942 withdrew frqm business to devote his full time to the public sractice of Christian Science heal- ng. He .became a teacher of ! hristian Science' in 1949. For nine years he was Committee on Publication. for the State of Georgia. He has served from time to time as, speaker on the international radio series, "How Christian Science Heals," and las been heard'locally by many listeners.' : :,GO TO MOSCOW HAVANA (AP)-^A delegation of ban journalists h s left for Moscow: to study Ccmmunist journalism at the personal invitation of Soviet Premier, Khrushchev, it was announced Saturday. BOOKMOBILE ROUTE Tuesday: Washington twp., ' p.m.;- All FIRST QUAJJTY Colorful :Pofterns For Shirts, Robes Sportswear YA?D DOWNSTAIRS STORE AT CLINTON'S An average of more than 10,400 new residents have settled in 'the •13-county San Francisco Bay region every month since 1950, tlie city's Chamber of Commerce reports. 39c fish have been found stead County, Ark. Ayti.ul Multi-Vitamins Bo.de of 10P tablets VITAMINS MINERALS Regilir '5.79 Geriatric Formula Bottle of- A F FBA 100 tablets...... £ jj V-— $1.29 Perfection HAND CREAM Keg. 85e -Do Speed Shave c 98 e Anefrin Antihistimine ASPIRIN 89* Anefrin Throat Lozenges 2;90< GUM, MINTS, FRUIT DROPS Moo., Tuei., Wed. only.. 98' DEODORANT ;99 RUBBING ALCOHOL 99 C Polyethylene Waste Basket RegilirTS* BM Stitioiery 400 {.Broadway GROWING, UP — Young men and women, in the,' United States today average .about two inches taller than their forebears ^t the turn of the century. They are., also heavier, says an Agricultural j Dept. report, which contains various studies of heights and weights of American adults during the last 100 years. One example: In 1883, only about four per ..cent of young men entering Amherst and Yale | stood six feet or more. In \ 1956, over 30 per cent did. .. Phone 4417— Rx D«pt. 3382 : OPEN SUN.-9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Bight -llM«md la Unit QuomtitiM

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