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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 'HEAVEN FOR DOGS'—An officer of a humane society removes one of the 110 dogs that were living with a woman and her spinster (laughter in a seven room house in Ihe Hyde Park section of Boston. Police also removed 85 cats that were also in the house. Police had been receiving complaints from neighbors on the offensive odor emanating from the house. (UPI Unifax.) Reds Claim U.S. Soldier Defects SEOUL, Korea (UPD-Pyong- yang Eadio reported today that a U.S. soldier who left his post near the demilitarized zone in Korea almost two weeks ago has defected to Communist North Korea because of his "humiliating life" in the Army. The Communist broadcast identified the soldier as Pfc. Larry A. Abshier, 18, whose home address was listed by the Army as the Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Home. His father, George 0. Abshier, lives in Garfield Heights, Ohio. The father's home address is 9909 Broadway. The broadcast said Abshier "came over to North Korea unable to endure the prick of conscience and repress indignation at the doings of the U.S. Army number of anti-American remarks attributed to him along with some direct quotes. "Target of Hatred" The broadcast claimed the soldier said "American soldiers in South Korea make it routine to kick up a clamor, kill peaceable inhabitants at random, plunder their property and rape women." "The American soldiers," he was quoted as saying, "are the target of haired, far from being welcomed by the South Korean people.'' The radio said he told the Communists that American Army officers "drove the soldiers to military exercises every day, ranting as if the war was going to break out at any moment." It also quoted him as saying he was "subjected to intolerable insults and persecution of the sum South Korea and the humili-1 P« ri fs in the Army life," and de- ating life in the U.S. Army unit." I clded lo 8° to Nolitl Korea. Leaves Post June 2 On June 2, the young soldier left his post at the edge of the two and one-half mile wide demilitarized zone which divides North and South Korea. His comrades said he was headed for the Red sector. It was not known • until loday whether Abshier actually had de- lected. U.S. military authorities in Seoul had indicated earlier that there was a "good possibility" he was hiding out in South Korea. The Pyongyang Radio broadcast did not say what date the youth crossed over, but it said he "came over to North Korea recently." The Communist text carried a Coolest Day In Month For Hoosiers By United Press International Hoosiers experienced their coolest day in a month Tuesday as temperatures advanced no higher than the low 70s and then dropped during the night to the upper 40s and low 50s. Although a weekend warmup was predicted, there was no indication of a return to the sweltering readings which prevailed most of the time recently since May 12. The five-day outlook called for temperatures averaging up to 6 degrees below normal central and south and up to 3 degrees below normal north for the period ending next Monday. A warming trend was expected for three days beginning Thursday with indications of cooler about Sunday north and possibly Monday elsewhere. 'Fair weather took over after several days of scattered moderate to heavy showers, but weekend showers were expected to drip one-fourth to one-half inch of precipitation on the Indiana countryside. Highs Tuesday ranged from 67 at Fort Wayne to 72 at South Bend and Evansville. Overnight lows ranged from 4fl at South Bend to 56 at Evansville. Highs today will range from 68 lo 77, lows tonight from 48 to 57, and highs Thursday from 72 to 82. The cool Canadian !)ir ended a prolonged warm speU which at Indianapolis, for example, ' recorded an average temperature of 73.3 degrees for the one-month period from May 12 through June 11. This is within 1.7 degrees of the normal temperature for (he month of July, traditionally the hottest month of the year. BUS, CAR COLLIDE KNOXVILLE, Tenn. CUPI) - A chartered bus returning 27 Spanish-language students from Mexican trip collided with a oar in the rain near here Tuesday. One high school student, Brenda Stevens of Knoxville, and the couple in the car, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Vanderpool, Towanda, Pa., were injured, none seriously. A REAL DAD'S DAY—Father's Day, Sunday, June'17, will be 1 especially, eventful this year for Raymond M. .Holland, right, of Lawrence, Mass., lather of 11 children. He will receive the degree of bachelor of science from Northeastern University, Boston. Tliis will climax eight years of evening study. He is shown at home with his family, left to right, Mark, 2; Elizabeth, 4; Brian, 6; Kevin, 7; Kathleen, 9; Michael, 10; Margaret, 14; Mary, 15; Patricia, 17; Mrs. Holland, holding Judith, six months. (UPI Unifax.) FEARS PRISON ESCAPEE 'OUT TO GET HER' PHOENX, Ariz. (UPI) - "A rvous wreck—living on tranquilizers." That's how Mrs. Ethel Marie McCarty, 36, describes herself since the escape of John Edgell from 'an Indiana prison last week. Mrs. McCarty fears Edgell, a former boy friend with whom she was involved in a gunfight with "three policemen in Indianapolis 18 years ago, is on his way here to harm her. She, too, escaped from a woman's institution in Indiana 10 years ago and had lived here in obscurity until her identify was discovered accidentally last January. "I'd move if I had the cash," Mrs. McCarty said. "But I can't afford to quit my job." A waitress, Mrs. McCarty has jeen granted partial police pro- teotion and officers meet her and escort her home from work each night. "I don't mind too much once ] get into the house," she said Read the Want Ads! IT'S THE STYLE FOJ ^ ©Q Sandwich* Gouuine DAIHY QUEEN lx>twoon crisp chocolate waiorei Try one, and you'll want lo stock op your freezer now I e iisi twntvpuKN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT co. DHIRM QUEEN 1 800 E. Market BUY 5 raff 6 for 50c 'Then 1 feel pretty safe." She has been married 12 years ;o Luther McCarty who knew her past. She said she had asked him lo leave so. he wouldn't be hurt but he refused. - Presi- a news TO SEE NEWSMEN WASHINGTON (UPI) dent Kennedy will hold conference at 4 p.m. EOT Thursday. The White House, which said earlier that there would be no conference this week, announced Tuesday that Kennedy's schedule had "opened up" somewhat and would permit him to meet reporters. Wednesday Evening, June 13,19B2. TO VISIT EUROPE WASHINGTON (UPI) - A spokesman for G-en. Dwighi D. Eisenhower said Tuesday the former President has tentatively planned lo visit several countries during a trip lo Europe next month. The spokesman said Eisenhower hoped (o go to London, Copenhagen, Paris, Scotland and Dublin in connection with a trip to Stockholm where he will address an education conference-. — the TRU-BLUIES — i(Jazz Artists of'Big Time Colibre) TO PICK YOUR MID-WEEK MOOD UP Make Up a Party or Come In and Meet Your friends WED. 9:30 to 1:30 Dance to Really Good Live Music BENNY D'ANDREA T-T BAR 426 Cast Market St. logansport JACK SMAU Dial 4994 EAGLES OBTAIN HARRISON H-irLADEDPfflA (UPI) - The. Philadelphia Eagles 'have obtained former Oklahoma star Bob Harrison from the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a future draft choice. Harrison is a linebacker. FREE French Fries WITH BACH ORDER OF 2 Coney Islands or Spanish Hot Dogs THURSDAY, JUNE 14th ONLY ONLY AT A&W ROOT BEER 508 iSO. CICiOffiT Marie .White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 I BLEACHED ENOWE LB. 39c FRiESH UilVWES 4 FOR 29c PERFECT FOR SALAD BIBB l/HTTUOE Lb. 39c ASSORTED 200•QOUiNfT-JUMBO WACK Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 DR.O.L.BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist Foot Specialist j FOOT AILMENTS Office 314 North St. IOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 Wednesdays-Friday! 9-4:30 / BPWLSTEWNGl 2018 NORTH STREET PHONE 47B9 , HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS DON'T FORGET DAD COONilE'S GIFT'S WALTON, IND. H O \ C E i E AT S 410 Broadway SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Fresh 'Gloverlane Butter 59* June 17 father's Day BAZLEY BABY BEEF SALE SWISS CLUB LB. SIRLOIN H. R. Dietze b Plumbing & Heating ReiFdontfaf-Commareial •I industrial ^nR Phon« 3409 FOR OVER 25 YEARS! -'ROSS ROD Roofs 'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Fre» COMO NAPKINS WEIDNERS SWEET CUCUMBER SLICES BETTA MIXED NUTS 29c FARM FRESH Chicken Gizzard Order Early l Pound I ARMOUR STAR BACON Sliced F« Ib. Pkg J/«• QUART O7l» VAC PAX 13 OZ. PAN 6°C •••••MMMMOTMVMT BEBF-JPmK-AABAL MEAT LOAF 2 P?G. 89c SALAD DRESSING =39c FOR IPiOT iP,IE-iPRIlCASS;E-SiALAOS ECONOMY CHICKENS (Rooster) 1 Q_ ORDER EARLY . .IB. I 71, MAKES THE WEST .BREAD 'EVER SPRUANCE ItREAD MIX ALSOiRYE Q LB. £'Q* BREAD MIX O BAG U7*. Wyandot BEEF STEAKS -IFROZIEIM-- 180Z.IPKG. 79* WATERMELONS HOE iCiOLD WHOLE OR HAUF Sunshine Vanilla Wafers BOX 35c Contadina Pizza Mix BOX 39c CHERRY OMAINGE ROOTIBEER ^MAWBS TWO GIANfT PIZZAS- SUPERCOOLA" " NEW REFRESHING (FLAVOR'S GINGER Alt QOIUA GRAPE LBWON ILIME J12-OZ. " CANS 59c PfeUVE* PM. BOB* mf^^Mm mmme • •««— Steak Roast pair ROAST, SAID? "Home of Fine Spirits" Rirci's Liquor Store UQUOR-BEBR-WINE SULtY VE5H Comer 10th & Erie Ave. We Deliver Dial 3889 PlUMBINGiHEATING *158ttiST,- EAWPAKKIHG •ykwt. 3658 ALaW DON SCHMIDT FRESH GiRlOUND BEEF 39* BONELESS BEEF STEW 59* MEATY IBBEF RIBS IB. PORK LOIKM BONBLBSS BUTT MBAITY SPARE ROAST RIBS U.S. GOVERNMENT ilNSPECTED FRYER PARTS LEGS THIGHS BREASTS IBS. JU NiEDAilE iSHOIRiT ISHAINK iSIMIOKBD Picnics LEAN COLBY CHEESE 49 C LEAN iClENT&R PORK CHOPS 59 C Bollei's 1 HYlGRAlDE-SIWiBR SHIELD Sliced Bacon 3 IFRBSH UBAN^100% PUWE Ground Beef 3 I-dJB. |?KGS. UBS. $ 1.00 n.09 PASCAL CELERY CALIFORNIA SUNKIST LEMONS STA1LK DOZEN U. S. D. A. CHOIOE-GOVT. GRADED STEAKS 1L .89* ,U. S. D. A. CHOICE GOVT. GRADED Rump Roast "~s-89c OSCAR (MAYER-PORK Luncheon Meat I 49 IpE CObD WAJTBR|VIELONS CANTALOUPES - HOME GROWN TOMATOES T.V.2 0 /^ CHAS'E^SA'NiBORN COFFEE INSTANT 10 OZ. JAR SWOP AND COMPARE PURINA 006 FOOD 25B AG $ 2.39 SUN-SWEET PRUNE JUICE ar41c BIG (TOP PEANUT BUTTER VAN CAMPS PORK & BEANS MR. CLEAN i2 OZ. iREPRilG. JKAR 37c ! Cans 33C 44 OZ. 99C THESE EVERY DAY PRICES WBUCH'S Welchade Grape Drink 32 Oz. Can 29c Hershey's Syrup ™ oz 19c IGA-OVCN fRBSH Royal Gelatins BREAD PURE OA'NE SUGAR 5 tbSSc ALL FLAVORS WYAlNDOT BEEF STEAKS 1 8 OZ. PKG. 79* BLUE BONNET OlEO 2 Lb 49c NABISCO OREO COOKIES BOX 39c Reg, Price 49e I.G.A. Potato Chips Twin Pak 49c We Reserve the Right to limit Quantities STORE HOURS Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays S-o. m. to 9:30 p. m. BEER AND WINE TO CARRY OUT 701 BURLINGTON LOGANSPORT

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