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Friday Efc'ening, May 18, 1962' CHUN CHES Burnettsville Church of the Brethren Rev. Oliver R&yer, Pastor. Galen Davidson. SS., Supt. Evelyn Davis, Children's Supt. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 Church Of The Brethren 17th and Market. St. Herman B. LaTidls, Pastor Parsonase: 1327 George St. Sunday School 9:30. Worship 10:30 Evening services first and third Sundays. Martin M. Post Memorial Parish SOUTH nROUP KfMineth G. Bower, .Minister CKNTKIl Olyrle Patty S. S. Superintendent D:HO a.m. "Worship Service fol- Inwnfl hy the Church School IMSCiAH 'liny Sloop S. S. Superintendent 0:30 a.m. Church School 10;:'.o a.m. Worship Service ITNI OX i John Martin S. S. Superintendent !M5 a.m. Church School Seventh Day Adventist SI3 Broadway Robert T. Hirst, Pastor Sabbath School 9:15 a.m. Eat- Worshlp Service 11 a.m. Sat- Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Crooked Creek Worship Service 10 a.m. Bible School 11 a.m. Bunker Hill Church Services Sundav Masses, 8:00,-9:00 a.m. CATHOLIC SCHEDULE and 12:30 p.m. Dally Mass 11:30 a.m. Novena: Novena of Motnor or Perpetual Help at 7:30 p.m. every Wednesday evening. Confessions: Befors Mass ana Saturday from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal: Every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. Altar Boy Practice: Every Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. PROTESTANT SCHEDULE / Sunday 9:45 a.m.: S u n d.a y School—Chapel Annei and Service Club. Sunday 10:00, 11:00 a.m. Morn- Ins Worship Service—Base Chap* Tue'sday, 7:15 p.m.; Adult Choir Rehearsal—Base Chapel. Thursday, 3:30 p.m.: Youth Choir Hohearsal—Base Chapel. Church of Jesus Christ of latter-Day Saints 32:11,2 High Street, LoKansport. Branch President; Donald Worsley. 705 Hlfrh Street Services: 10 a.m. Sunday 6 p.m. Sunday Priesthood mooting; Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Primary for Children under 12 years: Tuesday at 5 p.m. Relief Society meets 'Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. First Assembly of God 610 Grove Street Vernon P. Miller, Pastor Parsonage: 912 Helm Street Sunday School - 9:46 a.m. Classes for all apes. Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m, i Sunday Evangellstlo Service 7:30, p.m. Tuesday Evening - .Christ's Ambassadors' Youth Service 7:00 p.m. ' Thursday - Prayer and Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Helm Street Church of God Reverend Chester Rlley, Pastor 712 Helm Street Sunday School: 10:20-11:10 a.m. all ages. Adult classes—10:20-11:10 a.m. Sunday worship: 9:30-10:20 fum. and 7:30 p.m. Touth Fellowship: 6:80 p.m. Sunday. Prayer mooting Thursday at 7:30. Zi.on Methodist Pastor: Earl D. Owen Morning Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday School fl:50 'a.m. All R.ges. MY/F 2:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays. Bible Study 7:30 p.m. 2nd and 4th Thursdays. . Church of God 15 Water St. Pastor: Rev. R. C. Nichols Parsonage: 15 "W. Rlchardvlllo Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Pastoral Message 11 a.m. Young Peoples Service Wed. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Services: Sat. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Services: Sun 1 p.m. Bethel Tabernacle 915 16th Street. Pastor—Rev, James R. Holt. Parsonage: 901 16th street. Sunday school 10:45 a.m. all ages. Junior church and Sunday worship hour—9:30 a.m. Sunday evening -worship—7:30 p.m. Prayer me&tlngs—Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. Baptist^Christian, Royal Center Pastor: .David P. St. Clair Sunday School—9:30, 10:25 a.m. Sunday worship—10:30 a.m. Sunday evening—7 p.m. Touth Fellowship — Thursday 8:30 p.m. Chi Rho—Friday 3:30 p.m. Grace Bible Church Bll Twelfth St. Pastor Paul A. Grant Parsonage 914 Lafayette Drive Worship and Sunday School (Unified service) 9:30 a.m. (all ages). Youth Impact Hour 6:15 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p.m. Mld.Week Service Wednesday 7:00 p.m. NOTIOl'l Ol<' AIJMINIS'I'IIA'I'IO.V STATT5 OF INDIANA ) )SS: COIJXTY; OF CASS ) r 62—-8-1 IN TH i'i CASS fTRCaiT COURT jVPR.1I. TERM, 1962' Notice Is hereby given that O. R. PICKKIU.N'G was. on IBMi dny of May, 1962, appointed Exfictl- tor of thi> lOxtato of JOSIK SANDS, deceased. All persons having cluim.s Kft-ainst siikl rslatn, whether or Tint now due, must file the same In said court within six (6) months from, the date of the first publication of this notice or paid claims will ho forever barred. Bated at LopanHpor.t, Indiana, this 16th day of May, :l!>62. Clarence Settlemyre Clerk of the Circuit Court for Oass County, Indiana Hlllis & 'l-rllllfl '. Attorney for Estate TO junnrens Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of Me- morJa) Hospital, Tjog-ansport, Indiana, will receive sealed proposals for thri provision of No. 6 Fuel Oil for the period of June J, 1962, through May 31, 106:1. Detailed specifications are on fiie In the office of the administrator of the hospital. Proposals will" be renelved In the office of the administrator until 12:00 noon on the 4th day of June, 19(52. Proposals received after this hour will ,be returned unopened. Proposals shall be submitted on forms prescribed by the Indiana Stato Board of Accounts. No proposal shall be withdrawn for a period of 30 days after mnmlsylon without the consent of the Board of Trustees of the hospital which shall reserve the rlKlit to re.iect any or nl! bids without • reason. Dated this 9th clay of May, |Af>2. HERBERT lj, FHOMM Administrator Church of Nazarene 814 Sherman St. Pastor: G. C. Morgan. Parsonage: 865 Garfleld St. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. All, Sunday worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening: 7:30 p.m. Teen-age young people: Sunday 6:45 p.m. Senior NYPS: Sunday 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Life Tabernacle 110 Northern Ave. • Pastor: Dale Albin. 10 a.m. Sunday Bible Education. Classes for all ages. Morning: Worship 11:16 a.m. Bvanlng- Bible deliverance lor sick, suffering, oppressed 7:30 p.m. Shiloh Congregational Route 1 Pastor: C. Elliott Gardner Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m.. (Second 'and Fourth Sunday) Youth Service and Evening' Worship: 7:00 p.m. (Second and Fourth Sunday) Kingdom Halt of Jehovah Witnesses Sunday 3:00 p.m. Publlo Talk. 4:15 p.m. Watch-tower Bible Study. Tuesday 8:00 p.m. Bible Study. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Theocratic Ministry School. 8:30 p.m. Your Service Meeting First Church of Christ Scientist Ninth and North Streets Sunday School: 10:45 a.m. up to 20 years. Nursery: 10:45 a.m. up to 4 years. Sunday worship: 10:45 a.m. Mid-week service 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. ' Pilgrim Holiness Church Sixth and Linden Ave, Pastor: Rev. O. D. Williams. Parsonage: 231 E. Linden Ave. Sunday school: 9:30 a.m. (all ages). Sunday worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening: 7:30 p.m. Young People: Sunday 6:45 p.m. co,ttage meeting Friday 7:30 p.m. Communion: First Sunday each quarter. Prayer meeting: Wednesday. Broadway Alliance 90S East Broadway Pastor: Paul M, Winder Parsonage 1527 North street, Sunday school 9:30 a.m. lor all ages. . Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. junior church at same time. Sunday evening worship—7:30 p.m. Juniors, pre.teens and • seniors —6:30 p.m. Sunday. Communion — first Sunday of April, June, August, October and December. "Hour of Prayer"—Thursdays 7:30 p.m. Greater Mt. Zion Tabernacle 1500 Erie Avo. Pastor: J. W. White. Parsonage: 1628 Erie Ave. Sunday Morning Service 6 to 7 a.m. Sunday School 10 to 11:30 a.m. Devotional Service 11:30 Sunday Night Service 7:30. BeH Center Community Church Rev. Jamos R. Gardner, Pastor Sunday School y;30 a.m. 1 Nursery Hour 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cradle Roll Hour 9:30 a.m. Adult Classes 9:80 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening worship 7:30 p.m. Children's Choir sings the last Sunday night In each month 7:30 p.m. Communion: First Sunday In each quarter. Starts with Jan., April, July and October. . Mid-week Prayer meeting 8:00 p.m. Wednesday evening. Calvary Pentecostal Church CTCott at Market St. Wayne Hornbeck, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, Wll- lai-d White, Supt, 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:45 Thurs. Evening Bible study. , I Chuckles in The News By United Press International < CALL TO DUTY , NEW YORK (UPI) -- William Velez, 25, was babysitting with his son Thursday night when he was alerted to report for duty during a statewide '( National Guard mobilization-lest Velez walked into the 71st Regiment Armory carrying William Jr., 2'/ 2 . HELPS.HIS CAUSE DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI) — Lewis E. Lint, a • candidate for the Democratic nomination' for governor, may have garnered some housewife' votes Thursday when he thus urged women to take a more active part in politics : "When God created women, I am sure his purpose went beyond that of just washing dishes, scrubbing floors and all the other household chores which'women so badly perform.. Hers was also to be a role of active participation in all of organized society's endeavors." GIVES THEM IDEAS MANCHESTER, England (UPI) — The National Union of Small Shopkeepers will''be' asked to adopt a resolution condemning programs depicting shoplifting on television. Not only do the programs give youngsters the idea of stealing from shops, union branch president 'Norman Robinson said 'on Thursday, but "thieves may be shown some new methods." JFK Will Not Take Part in Indiana Fight WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Kennedy promised Indianapolis Mayor Charles H. Boswell Thursday that he willy not intervene in the Indiana Democratic senatorial battle. Boswell, one of the leading contenders for the nomination' at the Indiana Democratic Convention next month, conferred here with Richard Donahue, a presidential aide. Purpose of the meeting was to stop a story which has been circulating "that they (the White House) were backing an oppo- ponent." After the conference, Boswell told' newsmen, "They're: not taking sides in the Indiana senatorial race or any other_ race." He added, "I feel real pleased." Boswell asked for the conference after hearing reports that Kennedy or members ,nf his staff had been responsible itor the.ac- tion of Indiana Gov. Matthew E. Welsh in endorsing Stale Rep. Birch Bayh, Terre Haute, for the nomination. Bayh and Boswell are Ihe leading contenders among the four candidates for the nomination. The others are Marion Mayor Jack Edwards and Indiana Appellate Court Judge John Gonas, South Bend. During his visit here, Boswell also stopped in the offices of Indiana Democratic Reps. J. Edward Rotish and Ray J. Madden. A Rotish aide said Boswell just wanted to "talk politics" with the two congressmen. Housh is an Edwards supporter. Will Try Again for 28 Flavors BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI)— James Everroad, 17, Columbus, said today he'll wait until final exams at Indiana University are finished before he tries again to eat all 28 flavors of ice cream at one sitting. Everroad delved into dozens of dips of the frozen dessert one night last week, egged on by fraternity brothers, a small .side bet and curiosity as to whether the national restaurant chain which advertised the 28 flavors' really had all of them in stock. The fact the restaurant closed two hours after Everroad started eating, and the fact he reached his capacity about the same time, limited Everroad's first try to 20 flavors. "With a little more time I'm sure I can do it," Everroad said,' adding that when exams are over. he will do a bit of training for ihe i ordeal and 'go into the thing bet- j ter prepared than he was the first time. •.. i Everroad, 5-6 and weighing only I 145 pounds, said the first try was' a spur of the moment decision. He said he ate his regular meals and wasn't particularly hungry when he bolted ' down the first' dipper, which was peach flavored.: By the. time he ,got past the pistachio, pineapple,', pecan and peppermint flavors, Everroad was "feeling'kind of full" and the restaurant manager was preparing to close for the night.. With eight dippers to go before reaching his • goal, Everroad gave up. • : Everroad is a member of (.he! university's diving team. Asked' what his coach thought about the adventure in good eating, Everroad replied: , "He doesn't know about it yet." Honor Gray Ladies At Local Hospital Gray Ladies who serve at St. Joseph's hospital were honored by the Sisters during a picnic supper held Wednesday evening in the garden at the rear of the hospital. Guests were Mrs. Alice Sa'yger, secretary of the local Red Cross, and Miss Helen Ralston, director of nursing at St. Joseph's., Tapping ceremonies for Mrs. Keith Cundiff and Mrs. Leo Gilsinger, two. new Gray Ladies, were held preceding the picnic, RED ADMIRAL DIES MOSCOW (UPI) - Adm, Ar- serty Golovko, first deputy commander in -chief of the Soviet jttavy and World War II'head of the Russian northern fleet in the Arctic, died Thursday, WINAMAC- Expenses for Primary Filed By Candidates W1NAMAG — Election .expenses have.been filed.by .six Candida'.es for pub]ic office 1 in ;Pulaski coikn- ty at (he May 8 primary. | " June 7 is the last day for -jail candidates, to make a report 3 of expenses incurred in the primary campaign. ' . j Those filing are Wayne Kojep- key, Democratic nominee for sheriff, showing $66.74 expense, A.>jJ. Daugherly, Republican 'candidate for sheriff,- $79.00 in expenses. Argyle Gerlach a, trustee'Candi- date from Indian 'Creek. township reported $8.55 in expenses, sind Van Miller of Franklin township, a . candidate for, trustee' reports $12. Arle May, Democratic candidate ot Franklin township for trustee reported no expenses 'j in connection .with his campaign, and Richard L. Zellers, Republican nominee for Clerk of the Circuit, Court showed no monies expended, in his unopposed bid.'j The expense satements mustjbe filed with the clerk ot the cirquit court in the .county in which the candidate resides. May 28th is the'date set in the political calendar for all political treasurers, sub - treasurers, imd agents to file, a sworn statement of accounts with the county clerk of the county in which they reside' as to the receipts and expenditures made during the primary campaign. COURT HOUSE WORK Work will begin on the .county court house' the first part of next week. A program of cleaning, sandblasting, and general renovation of the B7-yea.'r-old stone and brick public buidljng was set into; motion when the county commissioners accepted a bid for work here at a special meeting. The contract was awarded to the':Alias Waterproofing company of Kokomo. , General items (o be included in the rejuvenation work will be cleaning of the farces of all exler- ior elevations pf .the building, iind tuckpointing of. the masonry^, on the exterior. Waterproofing of ,the building is also to be included!. County comissioner Nick Loehmer stated that water drains from the roof of the building between .the walls and is deposited in .the basement rooms. Only recently a section of the west wall leading to'the north entrance toppled from its mortar. Replacement of these stones is to be included in the re novation. The stone restoration, caulking, and cleaning is expected to take about three weeks. Medrland and Bowman, architects and engineers, of Logansport, Indiana submitted 'the instructions and specifications to bidders for the work. Robert St. Clair, of Wiriamac,- was named to the office of president of the Winamac. Coin .imd Stamp Club here, Mrs. Zers Howe, of Medaryville, the immediate past secretary-treasurer was eliict- ed the vice president. Fred Werner, Jr.., of Winamac, succeeds Mrs. Howe as the new secretary- treasurer* of the group. The new officers will serve uintil June, 196.1 The Club meets on the second Monday of each month in the Winamac Library basement. Four Cars Damaged In Minoir Accidents Four automobiles were -damaged slightly in two traffic accidents Thursday. At 12:48 p.m.'cars driven by Clay Hudgings, 48, of 2411 Park Place, and Virgil .Rogers, 6H, of rural route 3, city, collided at Eighth'and High Streets. At 1:11 p.m. automobiles driven by Frank Slaight, 47, of Ottawa, II!., and Mrs. Inez Osborn, of 208 Beal St,, collided at the Intersection of Front and Brown .Streets. NIXES UEvfESfiT- ' WASHINGTON '(UPI)>— A National Labor Relations'Board trial examiner has ruled that an employer .cannot .use a lie. deteojtor tost 1 to ask his workers about union activities. ' ' Examiner-Arthur Leff ruled in a case involving 7-11 Food Stores in the'Washington, D.C., area (tnd Local 400 of. the Retail Clerks International Association. • Shortage Reported At Clark Hospital INDIANAPOLIS (UI) —The Indiana State Board of Accounts lalie Thursday reported' a shortage of i nearly. $60,000 'in funds of the Clark' County Memorial' Hospital Jeffersohville. The'shortage dates back to-1957 and covers up to September, 1961. Field examiners have worked for months oh the hospital records, ar»iid rumors that something was amiss. ' • • ' ' , . The . suicide last November of diaries W." Blau, the assistant administrator, added fuel to the rumors which finally were confirmed with issuance of four separate reports prepared by field examiners Ralph p. Davis- and Fra.nklin'L. Watson. The exaiminers. were careful not to indicate responsibility, for the shortages but did report that the bulk of the missign money had been covered by failure to issue receipts to patients who paid their bills. During':the period covered by the reports, W. A'. Alexander, and Paul Potter were the hospital administrators and Blau served as assistant to both men;, Alexander left Clark Memorial Aug. 31, 1961, tv, take a better-laying job as administrator of Kings Daughters Hospital, at Madison. Potter' left Sept. 14, 1961, and now lives in Anchorage, Alaska. Alexander lolfl United Presjs International that the report disclosing ihe shortages "w;is a great surprise." He said that during his period as administrator of the Clark County hospital he was unaware that records 1 'were not being properly kept. Spring Storms Over Wide Area By United Press International Violent spring storms scattered heavy rains from Minnesota to T«:xas early today. The 'eastern .half of the nation faced more record-breaking heat, and snd\v storms were forecast 'for mountain areas of the west. Thunderstorms splashed parts of -western Texas and the south; ern plains with up to two inches of rain. A tornado^ swept through farm country near Muleshoe, Tex., demolishing a barn and overturning several cotton trail- Heavy Rain In Tornado Alley' Today By United 'Press International Thunderclouds dumped rain on 'Mornado alley" today. The East arid South braced for more record heat. Spring storms that brought nighttime twisters to four states scattered rain from South Dakota to Texas, a belt of land hit during the week by tornadoes and hail. At least five twisters hit west- em Texas. Three persons were injured at Pecos when half the roof was- torn from __ a Baptist church and winds partially collapsed an abandoned bottling plant. Giant hail smashed 256 windows at an elementary school iri the town. Three tornadoes spotted in the Oklahoma Panhandle were accompanied, by hail. ; Tornadoes also were reported m>ar , Syracuse, . Kan., and Me- Cook and McLean, Neb. No relief was in sight'from the heat wave in parts of the East and Dixie, where record highs were reported Thursday in Little Rock, Ark., 96; Toledo, Ohio, 95; and Knoxville, Tenn., 92. •• Read the Want Ads! ers. Hail, damaged ytiung c;otton plants. A flash flood triggered by a 45- minute cloudburst of six inches of rain swept a pickup truck off a road near Clarendon, Tex. Two occupants of the- truck wen: believed drowned. To the, north, tornadoes and more • than an inch of rain plagued parts of Nebraska, Kansas and South Dakota during the night. , An ammonia tank, ripped from its moorings by tornadic winds of 70 miles an hour, burst at Hastings, Neb., releasing toxic gas. A twister .that struck Newport, Neb,, toppled -light poles and blocked streets with debris. In Ogallala, Neb., the storms shed nearly two inches of rain in one hour. A tornado was sighted in eastern South :Dakota but apparently did not touch down, while one small twister hit ground near Jit nius. Three tornadoes spiralled through areas of western and southwest Kansas Wednesday night, unroofing a restaurant at Richfield, knocking down a dozen telephone poles near Huguton and sweeping an open field near Ness City. ! A sudden thunderstorm hit Mobile, Ala., with 90 mile-an-hour winds and injured three persons It also, ripped H 16,000-ton tanker from its moorings. . The heat wave in the portions of the nation from Chicago to the Atlantic continued- Wednesday with record highs reported at Cin cinnati, Ohio, 93; Nashville, Tenn., .94; Birmingham, Ala., 97; Chica' go, 95; and Buffalo, N.Y., 8». In lighter weather news, Wisconsin officials blamed h <; a v j rains during the past wecik fo swollen, streams—and consequent poor fishing. Logansport, Irdiana, Pharos-Tribune Three 14 Space Technicians Killed En Airplane Crash In Kenya NAIROBI, Kenya (UPI) - A U. S. Air For.ce transport plane carrying a recovery crew for the next space flight crashed into a steep cliff near the Nairobi Airport Thursday, killing all 14 nnen aboard. It was the worst disasiter of the Mercury project program. National Aeronautics and Spsce Agency officials at Cape Canaveral, Fla., said the crash alone would not postpone the scheduled - PRINCIPAL RESIGN!! DELPHI. - Vernon Childs, high school principal here for three years, has resigned effective at the'end of the school year. 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ANlMWERlSAlRY SPEQIAlj $1.00 Arthur Harrington Of Monon Succumbs MONON-Arlhur C. Harrington, 84, of Monon, died at his residence at 1:30 a.m. Thursday following an illness of five monlhs. Born in Cerro Gordo, 111., April 9, 1876, he WES Ihe son of William and Kalherine Harrington. His marriage March 26, inpl, in Monon was to Ella Ryan who preceded him in death Sept. 1, 11158. He operated a blacksmith shop in Monon for 6li years. He was a member of the Monon Baptist church, the Lions club, IOOF and FOE. Survivors include three suns, G. Paul Harrington, of Joliel, III.; Kenneth, of Lansing, 111.; and Riley, of Hammond; one daughter, Mrs. Sarah Leonard, of Monon; one sister, Mrs. Hazel Bridge, of Jensen Beach, Fla.; four grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be held al. the Stewart funeral home at 2 p.m. Sunday, llev. Irvin King officiating. Burin] will be made! in the Monon cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. Saturday flight of astronaut Scott Cirpent'cr but they feared bad wialher might do so. ; The plane, a C130 Hercules, hit Ihe' cloud - covered^ cliff in the Ngong hills 15 miles'southwest of Nairobi while approaching Ihe air- pnrl for a hi.nding. A second C.130 with other Americans aboard had'made a safe landing earlier. A U. S. Information Service spokesman said there were "no important scientists" among the dciad technicians and crewmcm- heirs. American airmen who reach- IK' the scene through buffalp-and h/ena • infested country 1 found seven charred bodies in the wreck- iifje. The last message from the plane was received when the aircraft was only 15 minutes from a landing. It crashed near one of the beacons lighting the way to the airport. Both planes were reportixi bound fr-wn Libya to Mauritius Island in tlie Indian Ocean. The planes are bfised normally in Evereux, F;,'ance. Dr. Donald Bidwell, an Amerk ctin stationed in Germany and one of the men aboiird the first plane, wis one of the first to go to the scene of the crash. Another was flight surgeon (/apt. Frederick R. Jones of Ramstein Air Base, Germany, who reported finding the charred bodies. The second Project Mercury plane circled the crash scene and crew members said all they could see was the orange-painted tail section ol ! the wreckage, scattered life jackets and rescue workers. CRASH INJURES PERU WOMAN PERU-Mrs, Eva Miller, 67, of 587 East Main St., was listed in fair condition at Dukes hospital after she was severely injured in a two-car accident Wednesday! evening at the intersection of U.S. j 24 and (he Country Club road,! east of Peru. Mrs. Miller sustained severe facial and hoiid lacerations. She was a passenger in a car driven by Mrs. Patricia Studebaker, 27, of 704 South Broadway. Officers said that Mrs. Studc- baker's car hit. the rear of an auto driven by Charles Churchward, 21, Bunker Hill AFB, after he had slopped in front of her to make a left turn. Neither Mrs. Studebaker nor the airman were injured. Trooper Jorm Rusie said Churchward's car was a total loss. Damage (o the Studebaker auto was estimated at $250. Club Elects Officers WINAMAC—The Winamac Coin and Stamp club elected officers recently. ''Robert St. Clair from here was named president, Mrs. Zera Howe, Medaryville, will be vice president and Fred Werner, Jr., of Winamac, replaces Mrs. Howe as secretary-treasurer. BID RAKING so easy to stop rust with RUST-OLEUM 769 Primer over sound rusted metal X X Get a Grass- Catcher POWF.R MOWER rT.then follow 1 up with desired RUST OLEUM finish color 18 ATTRACTIVE RUST-OLEUM COLORS Picks up clippings, leaves, debris Takes the hardest work out of mowing. Vacuum sweeps your lawn, as it mows. Bag clamps on'Off easily; opening expands for easy dumping. 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