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Evening, June 6, VM. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fivt MONTICELLO Begin Work on Hospital Unit MONTICELLO - Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new addition to the White County Memorial Hospital were scheduled for Wednesday morning, according to George R. Banjak, hospital administrator. Construction on the new $588,387 addition wilt begin immediately. Deputy Chief LeRoy Farney of the White County Sheriff's Department is investigating vandalism at the Reynolds School, thought to have happened Sunday afternoon. Don Criswell, janitor, reported damage to eleven windows from what was thought to be a bullet of B-B gun. A rock had been thrown through one window. Bam was estimated at ?100 to $150. Bowling equipment, estimated at $100 was taken from a I960 convertible belonging to Robert Tyler of rural route 5, Monticello early Sunday morning. Missing from the car which was broken into were two balls, a pair of shoes and two bowling bags. Dep- .uty Chief LeRoy Farney is investigating. On a change of venue from Cass County, a suit was filed with Paul E. Thomas, plaintiff vs. Doris L. Thomas, Kansas City Life Insurance Company and S. & L. Gravel Company on a complaint for foreclosure of a mortgage. The plaintiffs attorneys are O'Neill and O'Neill and for the defendants, Rhodes, Palmer anc Justice. A complaint on account suit was : i)ed by Donald R. Lawson, doing >usiness as Lawson Lumber Company against Robert W. Freestone md Delores Freestone. 'Frederick Hoffman is attorney for the plain- Jiff.. . Mrs. Kenneth Lawson of rural •oute, Star City, is a surgical patient at the White County Memorial Hospital Monday afternoon. Mrs. Lawson, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gross, of rural route 5, Monticello, expects to be at the hospital approximately a week.- Mrs. George Squires, of the Wright Young addition, submitted :o an emergency appendectomy at the White County Memorial lospilal/' Mrs. Squires was. formerly a home economics teacher in the Burnettsville schools. An application for a marriage license was received in'the Clerk's office by William Howard .Shaffer 19, of Bumettsville,' and Mary Frances Marvin, 20,/ of Idarville. Summer school at Monticello High School will begin June'8th and end August 3rd. Advaneec biology> will be .taught ,by Herbert Petrich, elementary typing by Mrs. Virgil MoClintie, anc Mr. Kitch and Mrs. Goodnighl will teach the driver training courses. Jerry Elmore, son of Mr. ant Mrs, Dudley. Elmore of Monti cello, received his -Bachelor o Divinity Degree from the Col lege of the Bible in Lexington Kentucky. Reds Seeking to Bolster Economy LONDON CUPD - Russia, alarmed at the prospect of a widening West European community, .is out to meet the challenge with a Red "Common Market." The summit meeting of C o m - munist leaders in Moscow Wednesday' is ' to deal with this problem, as one of the most acute on a wide agenda of topics. The Kremlin apparently wants to put teeth into its economic alignment with the satellite states in East Europe which thus /ar have escaped total integration into Soviet economic plans.- The growth of the European Common Market, Britain's current efforts to join it, and American plans for a subsequent wider Atlantic alignment have galvanized Premier Nikita Khrushchev into a major counter-campaign. Demands U. N. Action Last week he served notice he intends to mobili-ie the United (Nations against the alleged threat from the West European econ- Seventy-Two Births In City During May Seventy-two births were recorded in Logansport during the month of May, according to the monthly report to Mayor Otto Neumann from the city health department. The report said there were 36 deaths in the city during the same period. Twenty-one of the deaths occurred to people 70 years of age or over. Leading cause of death was diseases of the respiratory system, according to the report. JOHNSON COULD HIT, TOO WASHINGTON (UPI) — Walter Johnson, known for his great pitching with the old Washington Senators, compiled a .433 batting average in 36 games during the 1925 season. omic alignments. He wants world trade conference to try an break up Western cooperation. But, the Soviet leader — wh has already started to enlist Afr can support for his campaign — is .taking no chances. The Red alignment already in existence. It was set up as th Council for Mutual Economic As sistance (COMECON) in Januar) 1949, as a counter to the Marsha Plan which Russia rejected. Its aim was defined in t h e s terms; "To strengthen the ccor omic collaboration of the socia ist. countries and to co - ordinal thejr economic development o the basis of equal rights of a member states by organizing th exchange of economic and techn cal experience and rendering mu tual aid in raw materials, f o o and equipment." Seeks Total Control The Kremlin's suspected r e a aim has been to get control ove the satellites economies and make them dependent on Russi beyond the hope of their turnin to the West. The Kremlin leaders, plaguec by agricultural ~ and other econ omic problems, cannot have faile to notice the marked progress the Western economic commun The signs are that considerable adjustments will be needed in the Bed bloc, including one in the system of pricing which'has been out of touch with reality. Russia's latest modification in essential food prices'and Khrushchev's frank explanation have . showed that evidently a review is in order of the inadequacy of trade, and aid, and over - all economic patterns which are frozen into uneasy equilibrium by Soviet dominance. All this is part of the race for a Red common market. PUBLIC AUCTION As we have discontinued business we will sell the following at Public Auction at the place of business located on South Logan street in Winamac, Ind., beginning at 12:DO noon, on FRIDAY, JUNE 8 Six wood parts bins; 2 small parts bins; bolt rack, full of bolts, washers, etc.; battery charger; 2 riveting machines; bushing grinder; Sioux valve grinder; set of seal tools; I, H. set of tools; hydraulic pressure gauge; vise; acetylene torch with gauges; Allen electrical system tester; 5-ton chain hoist; valve refacer; electric grinder; press; anvil; 3 hydraulic jacks; steam cleaner; hydraulic hoist; heavy duty welder; A & W dynamometer; barrel pumps; air' compressor; electric clock; %-in. drive set; % in. electric drill; %-in, electric drill; 5 log chains; 3 chain booms. FARM EQUIPMENT-IMG Farmall M tractor; 1950 A. C, WD tractor; 1950 J.D. B. tractor; 1041 J.D. B tractor; 1959 Oliver single row picker; New Idea single row picker; New Idea 2-row pull picker; M. H. 7-ft. combine; two 3-16 I. H. plows; 2-16 J. B. plows; A. G. 4-row cultivator; Ford 2-row planter; Coby heavy duty wagon. OFFICE EQUIPMENT—Burroughs adding machine; 4-drawer filing cabinet; double desk; 4 chairs; table lamp; check writer; large safe; 2 small cabinets; electric heater and other miscellaneous items. CUTTER & LAWRENCE TERMS—CASH. No property to be removed until settled for Not responsible in case of accident. Auctioneer*: Shepherd & Rudd Winamac Phone 946-3135 Clerk: Dills Bros., Winamac Phone 946-3721 WE SELL AMERICA'S FINEST TIRlES! CAREFREE SUMMER MOTORING STARTS AT FIRESTONE As vacation time approaches for many Logansport Area families, ma/ we urge you to make sure your car and tires are "Vacation Safe" for ail your summer driving needs GIANT INNIAS 50c Pkg. No Cost or Obligation ^— FLASHLIGHT THE GREATEST TIRE SALE YOU'VE EVER SEEN...ANYWHERE! 4B BATTERIES MAX NAiGBL Manager STILL GOING STRONG JERRY'LOWE Credit Manager GRANT CAIN General Service '%:"'-',-:: J. '&L;^J£*&<7'< ,» "OUR PLEDGE TO YOU" cu»tomer* with th. finest m m 5X-«-5^**. GETTING W YOU BUY FIRESTONE" SAVE! BUY HERE No one else in town con duplicate our deals, When the Get here EARLY' Many one or two of a kind SUPER SPECIALS] RAYONS I4YUONS Got S you wantf Httfl NO MONEY DOWN! w/itn you frat/t in your old tirts THERMOMETER 7-V-112 F Your Choice . , .,„ A reliable thermometer I ; v III that adds a cheery touch I "" in. any room. "™ Coil sprint; construction, allows air to circulate freely thrtnigh cushion. Every New Firestone Tire has a Written 15 to 36-Month Road Hazard Guarantee i ^ B ^j^rni3^j? i ^sy ; rSf ; ii^S?'S^ i Every new Firestone tire is GUARANTEED 1, Against defects 'in workman-, ship and mntnrinls for the ]ifo ot (ho original tread. 2. Apninsl normal road hazards • , (except repairable punctures) encounler«d in evotydny passcngor car use ^or_ ihe number of months specified. Replacements prorated on Iroad wear nnd based on list pricts current at iime ol adjustmfint. i^Q&a&a&^iS^i^ Fully Guaranteed Against These and 1001 Other Common Road Hazards Fuli-sisie umbrella with rayon acetate cover... folds to 14" for extra convenience. Choice of colors. "JACK" TAVLOR * Brake Mechanic •lick* IMJroitf Tneki Cu'bt Mill! Ob|«cl« Chuck Holit Need A Spare Tire? SPARE TIRE CLEARANCE YOUR CHOKE FIRESTONE SERVICE STORES OPEN 'TIL9p.m. FOR COMPLETE CAR SERVICE MON. thru FRI. SATURDAY TIL 5p.m. HEW STORE HOURS 9 a. m. tin 9 p.'in. Monday thru Friday Saturday 9 a. m. to 1 5 p.- m. Closed Sunday where your dollar buys MJ1ES more FREE PICKUP AMD DELIVERY PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SEE US FOR ; ^SPEEDWAY PROVEI TIRES * our QUALITY is UNflATCHEIJ r our PRICES are always LOW 1 DOWN S< | A WEEK 3rd & 'Eel River Ave. Dial 6186

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