Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SEVEN KILLED ON HIGHWAYS IN FIVE iDAYS By United Press International Two more pedestrians deaths •were added to Indiana's 1962 traffic fatality toll Wednesday, raising to seven the number' of persons killed in that manner in a five-day period. The latest deaths raised the year's total to at least 391 compared with 249 this time last year. •James Strange, 23, Indianapolis, was killed Wednesday night by a hit-run car which jumped a curb as the driver sped away from the scene of a fight on an Indianapolis street. ' Thi; car was found abandoned several blocks away, rammed against a tree. Police picked, up Robert Jones, 35, Indianapolis, and slated him for a court appearance as suspected driver of the car which killed Strange. Earlier in the day, Kenneth Beed, 65, Covington, was killec while working as a flagman directing traffic for a construction company on a road project near Enos. Reed was struck by a car trying to pass; a truck he hac flagged down. . The car driver was identified as William Ratcliff, 68, Gary. It was the secorjd death in two days of persons working at highway construction project sites. On Tuesday, Kelsie Tetrick, 60, Vicks- )urg, was killed by a pickup truck j as he worked with a State Highway Department crew near Lin- .on. . • That same day, a 6-year-old Bartholomew County girl was dlled by a car as she ran across a road to board a school bus, and during the weekend three of the five deaths recorded were p trians. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our drug called ODB.INEX. You must lose UE- ly fat In 7 daya or your money b£~'?. No strenuous exorcise, laxatives, massage or taking of so - called reducing: candies, craclcers or cookies, or chewing eum. ODRINEX is a tiny tablet and easily swallow od. When you take ODRINEX, you still onjoy your moals, a till eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have tho urg-e tor extra portions because ODHINEX depresses your appetite and decreases your desire for food. Your weigh! must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you when you eai: loss, you welsrt less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. ODBINBX costs $3.00 and Is sold on this GUARANTEE: if not satisfied for any reason Just return the package to your, drupgist and get your lull money back. No questions aslccd. ODRIK'EX Is sold, with this Guarantee by: Central Drue Store — 40J E Broadway—Mall Orders Filled Rummage Sale W. Broadway Presbyterian Church Annex East of Church Friday Moirning, May 25th Border Incident BERLIN (UPI) — West Berlin police gunfire Wednesday- .night cut down two East German border guards who had fired seven bullets into a 15-year-old refugee swimming to freedom. One of the Communist guards was reported killed. . ' The incident was the most serious along .the border in several months. It was believed to'be the first in which West Berlin police shot to kill,to protect; a fleeing East German. : Rummage Sale Friday, Saturday, May 25-26 506 East Broadway by Delta Clii Sigma Sorority ESCAPES WORK JOETAIL LAFAYETTE Ind.; (UPD- , James Blackburn 4il escaped from an Indiana Stilte Prison work detail Wednesday night at the Indiana Soldiers, Home here. Blackburn a nativej of Kentucky was serving a 2 J 5 year sentence on a burglary conviction In Rush County' in 1961. '•', • Senate Ready for Farm BillVjote WASHINGTON' (UPI) - The Senate prepared] .for .crucial votes today on farm production control leaders say would., save $4 billion programs w h.ieh administration or more in ;the. hext four -years. The heart of J President Kennedy's farm bill' is at stake including his proposals for tough new production controls for wheat and feed j grains and dropping price supports to low levels if farmers rfjfuse ~io accept the controls. ! Call Another Jury Panel SULLIVA'N, Ind. (UPD-Another panel of 50 prospective jurors reported to [Sullivan Circuit Court today for ([he second murder trial of Leslie Irvin, accused killer of six persons. : t Thursday Evening, May 24, 1952. Ncjr Worried WASHINGTON '. (UPI) — President Kdnnedy isn't worried about the ; sagging, stock market. He said' Wednesday he believed stocks would move tip "on the long! haul" because he thinks the economy is going to move ahead. In answer to a news conference question he said he /would not take any specific step* to pc;rk up the market. NO BAH TO VICTORY WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. Jacob K. J.ivilii, R-N.Y., said tin Wednesday Lhat New York G.ov. 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