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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Death Claims Glen Kennard DELPHI — Final rites for Glen W. Kennard,' 70, rural route 1, Delphi, will he held at 2 p.m. Friday at^ the Eikenberry chapel here. The'Rev. David Strang will conduct services, and burial will be in Yeoman cemetery. He died at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Home hospital in Lafayette where he had been a .patient one week. He was a prominent farmer in the Yeoman community. Bom June 28, 1891, he was the son Of Thomas and Mary Calloway Kennard. He married Mable Holloway on Dec. 18, 1912. Survivors are the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Clatia Whiteman, Delphi; Mrs. Maxine Orr, Seattle, Wash.; four grandchildren; arid a brother, John, of Yeoman. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Thursday. Jack Puterbaugh To Enter Hospital MONTICELLO — Jack Puterbaugh, who was injured in a boat explosion last summer at Roth Park, will re-enter the hospital on June 1st for additional bone grafting on his leg. Doctors found when the cast was removed recently that the first graft was not successful. Vaughn Matthews, another of the injured workmen, will not have to return. His cast also was removed recently, THIEVES ENTER 5 PERU FIRMS •PERU—Five break-ins occurred here Tuesday, which resulted in the theft of about $50 in cash, an electric drill and a crowbar. Places enlered in tho city in eluded the Kuepper Favor Co., 202 North Cass St., the Miami County Farm Bureau Coop., 305 North Broadway and a coke ma' chine on the outside of the Fultz Filling Station at 602 East Main St. . ' Just west of the city limits, thieves broke into Pate Chevrolet, 769 West Main St., and the Me- Cormick Farm Equipment Store, across the street. Read the Wont Ads! Quotes in the News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International CENTERVILLE, Iowa - Curtis Green, assistant police chief of he community where a Continen- al Airlines jetliner crashed: "Our estimate is that the ar-af-t exjploded-in the air. We are pick- ng the stuff up over- a 10-mile area." 5-Day Forecast By United Press International Northerd 3rd Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average near normal. Normal highs 71 to 7(i. Normal lows 51 lo 54. Cooler Thursday. Little temperature change Friday. Warmer Saturday and turning cooler again Sunday and Monday. Precipitation will total near one inch in showers about Saturday, Central and South Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Tempera tures will average 2 to (i degrees above normal south and near -normal cenlral. Normal highs 75 to 80. Normal lows 53 to 57. Gradual cooling trend through Monday. Rainfall will average around three-fourths inch with local spots up to 3 inches in scattered thun- clershowers mainly late Friday and Saturday. WASHINGTON-^President Kennedy, in a message to the U.S. Committee, for Refugees, which is hying to assist thousands who are fleeing Red China: "The quest for human dignity unites East Germans in' Berlin, I!hinese in Hong Kong and Cubans n Miami. We must identify' ourselves with this cause." School Ends Friday WINAMAC - Students at the Monroe-Winamac school will have- the cl;(y off Thursday, according to Superintendent Lamoin Nice. They must return Friday at the regular time to receive report cards. School will be dismissed about 8:45 a.m. GIFTS for the GRADUATE f. for gifts - for beauty and unfaltering accuracy. Made by Longines-Wittnauer, one of the great watchmakers of the world, their cases are styled and finished like fine jewelry - their movements are marvels of precision. A. Romance J $59.93 D.Enuoy D $49.95 B. All-Proof $49.93 E. Debutante C $39.95 C. Minuet I $49.93 F. Esquire F $59,95 WITTNAUEP. WATCHES FROM $29.95 Prices include Federal tax Charge or budget ALL WWCH'ES DOiUBflJY by Mohlman's ond the Manufacturer FREE 'ENGRAVING & 'GIFT WRAPPING USE MOWLMAtrS BUDGET PLAN NlO IMIONBY OplWIN RAY WiEBWLY OR • MONTHLY MOHLMANlS 303 FOURTH STREET Quality For Over a Third of a Centnry ALGIERS, Algeria—(A European doctor who was a director of an Algiers clinic but forced to flee :he war-torn country: "Nobody defends us. The situa- .ion in 'Algeria is catastrophic. I "eft behind everything I had." CANTON, Ga.-V. R. Key, after authorities-raided and dynamited a moonshine still on his .property: "Things are getting so stiff .up in these hills, a man can't .run off two good batches of whisky Before his whole operation gets up." U..S. Convoy Delayed by Russ Troops BERLIN CUPI)- Soviet troops icld up a U.S. Army convoy for ix hours when it attempted to cave West. Berlin for West Germany today, a U.S. spokesman aid. The .Soviet control officers 'at Jabelsberg, on the Wesft Berlin end of the. Autobahn, claimed hem had not received advance notfce the convoy would be com- g through. : The convoy was allowed to drive on only a'fter protests to Soviet officers at the checkpoint ind at the Soviet headquarters in Carlshorst in Eatf Berlin. It was made up of four trucks ind two trailers. The U.S. spokesman said the convoy was going to Grafen- tvoehr in West Geirmany -for 'periodic tank firing exercise." Under the four-power status of Berlin, the United Stales has the •ight to move military convoys iver the Autobahn .to and from Is West Berlin garrison. Delphi Resident Awaits Hearing On Probation DELPHI — Lee Tracy Davis, of rural route 2, Delphi, who as granted a two years' proba- on a month ago when he was und guilty ol! second degree urglary, was being held in the oward county jail Tuesday await- g a hearing on. a petition to re- ike probation. Probation officers have reported at Davis has completely ignored estrictiohs placed on him during IB probation period. The resident of Carroll county ad been found guilty of taking art iii a series of-school, restau- ,nt and service station breakins. e received a suspended two to ve year term in the Indiana Re- irmatory in Circuit Court. Two Pipelines Ask Permits to Expand Service •INDIANAPOLIS CUPI) - The Panhandle Eastern Pipeline Co and the Texas Gas -Transmission Jorp. both filed petitions with the Indiana Public Service Commission Tuesday asking for expanded service. Panhandle had a little project in mind—service to a new industria plant to be • located in Liberty Twp., Wells County. The firm mainly sells wholesale but doe? have six big industrial customers in Indiana it serves directly ant wants to add a seventh. Texas has a $40 million projec in mind. Since its lines run through 24 Indiana counties, it. ap plied to the PSC for authorization of an expansion program involving Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. Texas plans to build 237- miles of additional loop lines in tliesi slates. It also wants to furlhe: develop the Leesville storage fielc located in Lawrence County, Ind. Slow Process in Picking Jury for levin's 2nd Trio I SULLIVAN, Ind. (UPI)-Selec lion of a jury for 1 the second tria of accused holdup killer Lesli Irvin, E v a n s v i 11 e, proceedec slowly today in Sullivan Circui Court. When the second day of ques tioning of prospective jurors ende< Tuesday, eight jurors had bee seated on a tentative basis. An of the-eight, however, could late be rejected for cause and selec tion of the jury is expected t require at least another week possibly longer.' Irvin was sentenced to death i 1955 for the holdup murder Wesley Kerr, 29, an Evansvill service station attendant, The U.~ Supreme Court, however, granle him a new trial last year, climax ing a lengthy battle through stal and federal courts. . err was one (of six person Irvin once admitted killing durin a two-state crime spree in 1954 | More than , 500 persons. hav been summoned as, prospectiv jurors for the trial. SEES CRISIS EASING WASHINGTON CUPI) - Retire Gen, Lucius D. Clay said Tue day lie thinks "we will hav quite' a few months, o'f quietude in Berlin. He talked with repor ers following a dosed briefing ft the Senate preparedness subcom mittee. Wednesday Evening, May 23, 1962., HAPPY. WINNERS-Top winners in Hollywood in the Tuesday evening Emmy TV avpard program were, left to right, Don Knotts who copped the best supporting actor role; Carl Heincr for the outstanding writing achievement in comedy and Peter Falk who won as the outstanding performer by an actor in a leading role for his role on the Dick Powell show. (DPI Unifax.) New Public Park IND'IANAtPOLIiS («PD—Director Donald Foltz of the Indiana Department of Conservation took advantage of a dedication ceremony today at Munoie to renew a campaign for public recreational privileges in the Indianapolis area. Governor Welsh and Foltz joined in deification today of a new public park which was created by the Muncie waterworks and was presented to the city on a 60-year lease basis. Scholarships : or Two Two Washington township sen- irs received • scholarships during ommencement exercises at the chool last Friday. Tom Small, son of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Small, rural route 1, Wai- dn, received the Kiwanis schol- rship for $300 and the Moorman TWO PLEAD GUILTY M.NVILLE, 111. (UH)-Harley Steiribrook Jr. and Robert John Wiawk, 20, Indianapolis, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court here Tuesday to charges of transporting a stolen car from Terre Haute/ Ind., to Casey, HI. They will tie sentenced June 4. The Big T>rfferenco In Starei Today Is Tll« Way People Are Treated A Once-A-Year Starts Thursday, May 24 to June 2 Here is your twicc-a-year opportunity to buy ARCHER hose (the leading fashion stockings) at real savings! They're nationally known for their sheeraess, strength anu proportioned fit.: Smart, fashion-minded women buy at this time a season's supply for themselves and some for gifts! 1 20 Reg. 1.39 ....SALE I'* U 1 40 Reg. 1.65 ..'...SALE'I'™ ' SALE, BARLEY CLQTH SUMMER BAGS 3 days only O.67 Regular $3.00 summer casual; handbags in the new hoppsack type cloth. 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