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Thursday Evening, November 14, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE MODERN 6 room house, living room, dining room, kitchen and bath, large walk-in closet down, S bedrooms and bath up, coal furnace, close-in, Westside, all hardwood floors, newly painted, new roof, screens all around. Immediate possession $9,000. Call 3413. CONTRACT, Sell or Trade-614 acres near Clymers. 2 bedroom, modern house. Oil heat. Combination barn, garage. Call 20711 WANT TO TRADE? Owner desire to trade duplex, $140 monthly income, for improved or unimproved smaB acreaige near Logansport. Phone 3879. MODERN home, 2708 East Broad way. Gas heat, incinerator, dish washer, carpeted. Phone 6460. HOUSE in Idaville. Redecorated inside and outside. Very reasonable. Mrs. Harvey Jones. $1,000 Down will buy this duplex well located close-in Ninth St. 3 bedroom apt. up, 2 bedroom apt. down. Nice lot, large garage. this six room property West Linden, cottage type and immediate possession. Only $8,000. this large nine room house on Pleasant Hill St., 2 full baths, oil furnace, garage. Single family or duplex set-up. Priced to sell—now! this older type semi-modern cottage on Clifton Ave., very clean and nice thruout, double garage. Corner lot, only $5,800. Really worth the money! this commercial building 75'x50' with -added rented 6 room apt. Part of bldg. presently under lease. Suitable for many purposes. this duplex on George St., 4 rooms down, 4 rooms up. hardwood floors, gas heat, only $8,750. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767—4886—2623 Latest Market Reports BOOM IN RELIGION Estimate of church construction for 1957 a highest on record. 1.01 1940 '42 X4 '46 '48 '50 '52 '54 YEARLY DATA l5 ' D«l(iiU.S.Coitim.lilotjorD«{m. Morris Ketx Hawkins Stockyards 200 to 220 16.80 220 to 240 16.50 240 to 260 16.25 260 to 280 16.15 280 to 300 ' 16.00 State Awards Presented at Grange Meet Several state awards were presented at a meeting of the Deacon Grange last night in their hall. The organization was given a state award of $40 and a plaque for community ^service. Harry Conk was given $10; Mrs. Stella Fouts was awarded $5 for a lecture program; Jessie Thompson got $10 for her home economic work. Judy Scott won first prize on ! her doll quilt and Linda Wilson won first prize on her lumber jacket. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Franz gave reports on the state convention at Richmond, to which they were del- agates. It was announced that the juvenile grange will entertain children LEHMANN Funeral services for William F. Lehmann, 70, of 517 Wheatland avenue, will be at 9 a.m., Saturday in St. Bridget's church. Father Francis Meehan will officiate. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Kroeger funeral home. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary cemetery. SPENCER • Final rites for Orville Spencer, 71, who died at Fond du Lac, Wis., will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Sows 15.50 downigf Klingman Home at Logansport Boars 10.00 down! at a dinner Saturday at noon. Stags 10.00 down Veal PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 17.50 190 to 220 17.00 220 to 240 ' 16.65 240 to 260 36.4C> 260 to 280 16.15 280 to 300 16.00 Sows 15.50 down Boars ;. 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 HOME & business. Attention Electrician, Refrigeration, also good opening for well drilling or tin «hop. Aged owner ' cause of sale. Shop 20x30, garage 20x30, modern 8 room house, 2 lots, small town, state road. Well established business, 21 years same location, plenty of business. $7500. $2000 or more down. This is your opportunity. Tavern, good town, all new equipment. Beer and wine. Rental $50 per month. Business netted $450 last month. $7000. Terms. License can be transferred. Immediate possession. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. Wayne's Produc* Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Pope joy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens II Heavy Hens 13 Third Street Market Veals -20' Lambs Veal Elides .12. Beef Hides ~ M Eggs 31 Gifts for the state hospital will he taken at the next meeting on Nov. 27. The December meeting will be omitted because it falls on Christmas day. Degree work will be given at the January meeting. Everett Thompson and William Seagraves won a contest about describing the coldest winter. Helen Beok read a paper on the weather. Members were urged to attend the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Seagraves on Nov. 117. Ladies of the grange wil serve a rural youth banquet at the hall on. Nov. 29. They will make mince meat for Thanksgiving. Door prizes for next meeting will be purchased by Katherine Caldwell and Hobart Shanks. They . were won last night by Hazel ! Plank and James Kay. On the refreshment committee for the next meeting are Mr. and Mrs. Manford Leffert, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ly- OHICAGO < UP)—Livestock: Hogs 13,000; 25-50 lower, around 240 Ibs and heavier mostlv y--o lower; No. 2-3 mixed grades 190' 270 Ibs 16.75-17.15; several lots iNo. 3 270-390 Ibs 16.50-16.65; several hundred No. 1-2, 190-225 Ibs 17.2517.50. Cattle 1,500, calves 200; slaughter steers and heifers fully steady; vealers fully steady; stockers and feeders scarce, unchanged; few small packages high choice to prime 1000-1050-lb steers 26.25-26.75; several loads and 'lot, 1 ; 900-1100 Ibs 24.00-25.25; few goad to lo- choice 21.00 - 23.50; several small lots high good to high choico 825-960-lb heifers 23.00-25.25; load 850 Ibs good 22.50; good and choice vealers 24.00-28.00. . Sheep 1,500; w o o 1 e d lambs steady; not enough shorn lambs or yearlings to test prices; good and choice wooled lambs 80-103 Ibs 21.50-22.50. Deaths and Funerals BEATTY Israel and Syria Meet on Border Issue By WALTER LOGAN United Press Staff Correspondent Israeli and Syrian representatives met today in an emergency session of the Mixed Armistice Commission to try to straighten out border difficulties that have threatened to blow up into a border war. The border meeting, first since 1955, was called by Syria to protest an alleged incident in which Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-thret Capehart's Standby Economic Plan Gets Chilly Reception Rainy Spell Continues In Indiana By UNITED PRESS Indiana's latest .rainy spell showed no signs of relenting today. Already it has poured three inches of precipitation on Evansville and an inch or more on other Hoosier areas. , a rool luesaa y raunmnj. T d , t see . Furthermore, it contributed tol Mr. Reed was born in Miami j ?„_ .; nn Hh v Lntrols ' scanap y <-° nlrol! " WASHINGTON (W) - Sen Homer E. Capehart's latest proposal for standby economic controls as a war preparedness device got -a chilly reception today from some other members of the Senate Banking Committee. . Willis Robertson (D-Va.), Russell Reed, Peru, Dies From Injuries Sustained in Fall PERU—Russell D. Reed, aged 59, Peru building contractor, died! about ia;lo p.m. last night all e c 0 nd-ranking Democrat 'on"the Duke^s Hospital from.'n3U««. sl l«;committee which would handle '.controls legislation, said "1 don't I don't see any occasion ° f£ la roof Tuesday morning. at least three serious traffic acci-i county April 12, 1898, and lived i !in Peru K lifetaTne waiEe! .Sen, , Israeli troops fired on Syrians at : • ,° them fatal. a border village. Israel submitted: But it helped eliminate forest' son of Sterling and_ Cora . a counter complaint that Syrian fire danger in Southern Indiana. ;Reed. He was married on Jul yj tnoops killed one Israeli policeman Mild temperatures prevailed as! IS, VSKl to Irene King, who sur- and wounded six on Nov. 6. Funeral services for the Rev. Israel followed this up today by Dale Church Beatty, 69, of 927 announcing that four Israeli po- Race street, will be at 2 p.m. ] ™ m . en w . ere wounded _ slightly Saturday at the Broadway Metho- Wednesday when their truck dist church. Dr. Wesley Pugh, pas- s truck at ™ ne northeast of the tor of the First Methodist church Dan s e t tlern ent m the demih- of Marion,'will deliver.the memor-! ta _ rlzed ^ near the ial address, assisted by the Rev.' Tom Weigand, pastor of the Wheat- i the rain fell. The mercury ranged from 52 at Lafayette to 57 at Evansville at peak points Wednesday, remained almost stationary during the night and was expected to stay in the 50s today, Friday and Saturday with drizzle or occa- land avenue Methodist church;; the Rev. Raymond Echols, pastor of „ the Broadway Methodist church; and Dr. Edwin R. Garrison, administrative assistant to Bishop Richard C. Raines of Indianapolis. Eastern Star lodge will hold services at Fisher funeral home Friday at 8 p.m. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Eagles Yule Party Dec. 21 The annual Eagles Christmas party for children will be held Saturday, Dec. 21, at the State Moscow Radio meanwhile hammered away at King. Hussein of Jordan in an effort to undermine his throne and reported he was a virtual prisoner in his palace. A, broadcast beamed to the Middle East Arab nations painted a sional rain weekend continuing into the Lafayette had the unusual experience of recording an identical temperature for both high and low. | f vives. Other survivors are two sons, Jack and Jerry, of the home; one daughter, Mrs. Gerald Scott, Greensburg, Pa., two brothers, Donald J< of Peru and Court of Deer River, Minn.;, one sister is dead. Funerals services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Eikenberry Funeral Home. Rev. A. W. will officiate. Burial will be During the 24-hour period ending" 1 Moun , H ?P e cemetery. Friends at 7 a.m. the mercury nevef \ varied as much as a degree. the funeral home. theatre, Herbert Farrer, chairman i ternational communism and said of the program, announced at the. both nations have Tried "every picture of Jordan bordering on the ^ v ^ vn ^^^ lt ^.J^ brink of revolution. The Soviet! ° " """ """'" •••"-"">• propaganda blast paralleled simi-! lar blasts fram Syria and Egypt. The Moscow broadcast, like those from Cairo, were directed at the Palestinian refugees in an effort to rouse them to action against the King. Hussein took official notice of the Syrian-Egyptian propaganda campaign Wednesday and told a news conference that both Egypt and Syria were instruments of in- meeting of the local Aerie Wednesday night. The show for the children will begin at 10 a. m., a half hour after the doors open. The children will be'given candy, apples, nuts and oranges as a Christmas treat brook, and'(Mr.'and Mrs. Wayne 1 Allowing the movie Harness. Court Notes Glenora Hunter was granted judgment for $136.35 against Gayle •Williams by Judge Clifford Wild in the Cass circuit court Thursday. The judgment was on a note tor $100 which had been signed by the defendant. O'Neill and O'Neill were the attorneys for the plaintiff. The divorce suit of Mary Brown against George W. Brown was set .for trial on December 6 by Judge Wild in circuit court Thursday. Mike Gaffney of Milwaukee, Wis., national Eagles financial advisor, will be the speaker for I the initiation of the next class of candidates on Dec. 4. President Carl Zimmerman appointed Charles Downham to serve as chairman of the delinquent and lapsation committee Tor :he year. Attendance awards went to Ray Ristedt, Richard Tatman, Robert Woods, Leonard Foster, and John Wirth, while Robert Ayers received the Patron Eagle award. - INDIANAPOLIS POP) — Livestock: Hogs 10,000; 25-50 lower; 190-250 Ib 17.25-17.50, some to 17.75; 250290 Ib 17.00-17.50; over 300 Ib. 16.5017.00; 160-100 Ib 16.50-17.50; 120-160 Ib 15.00-16.00, few 16.25. Cattle 1,400; calves 200; fully steady; few average choice steers 25.00; standard and good 20.00.22.50; high choice heifers 24.00; all bought to arrive; good and choice steers and heifers 21.0024.50 in regular trade; vealers steady to strong; good and choice 24.00-28.50; few 29.00. Sheep 1,000; steady to weak; good and choice wooled and shorn lambs 21.00-22.00. 1 • ROOM semi-modern house. $4500. 608 South Center St., Flora. LONG TIME Farm Loans at reasonable rate of interest, write or "call Bricker Insurance Agency, 65 W. Canal Street, Wabash, Indiana. Phones 715 Office and 37M Residence. Winamac Woman, Hurt In Car Accident, Now In"Good"-Condition WINAIMAC — Carneal hospital attendants said today that Mrs. Anthony J. Paul, who suffered severe body bruises in a car accident Sunday, is in "good" condition. Mrs. Paul was riding with her husband when their oar collided with a car driven by Ullises S. Grant of FrancesviHe at the intersection of Highway 39 and the Pulaski-Franeesville road. State Trooper Joseph Cihak saifl Grant told him he failed to come to a complete stop at the intersection. The Paul vehicle traveled 85 feet from the point of intact. It turned completely over. Grant has been charged in Justice Ames court in Francesville with failure to yield the right of way, FOR SALE: 5 room all modern cottage, gas heat, Westside. Ph. 7277 or 3798. 3 BEDROOM all modern house. Will sell on contract. 1809 Smead. CHICAGO (UP) - Produce: Live poultry steady; 184,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Geese 25-27. Cheese steady; single 'daisies nd longhorns 39-39%; processed oaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-44; 40-42; C 35-38. Butter steady; 556,000 Ibs; 93 core 59; 92 score 59; 90 score 38V4; 89 score 57. Eggs irregular; 7,900 cases; .vhite large extras 51; mixed large extras 40'A; mediums 40%; standards 43; current receipts 36%. 4 ROOM HOME with large lot. Robert Dennis. Royal Center 2245. c. Farms 160-ACRE farm, good buildings mostly level land, $24,000. Jet- feries Agency, 403 East 13th., Rochester. Dial. CA-3-6111. 18 ACRES, rich soil, 8 room house, modern, nice kitchen, new bath new barn. Cost approx. $4,000. Large shaded lawn, garden between Akron and Rochester. Owner moving to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor ., 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. 31 ACRE truck farm on U.S. 35, 2 houses, irrigation, implements, trucks, fish pond, see celery, • cauliflower, etc. growing. $12,000, easy terms. Winamac. Dr. Overholser FARM LOANS If you need ready cash to consolidate your debts, to buy.live stock or buy a farm you will be Interested in our liberal loan plan. BOB AYERS, REALTOR Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. PUKNITURI LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marl* Smi.h, Mff. SEEK ICE SKATING BINK The city Board of Public Works s considering plans for construct- ng a curb around the tennis court at Riverside park to make it suitable for flooding and use as' an ice skating rink this winter, it was announced following the board meeting Wednesday afternoon. City Engineer Wayne Doran saic he proposal was being investigated to determine whether such a curb would irrterefer with tennis playing. RAILROADER'S MEETING The Veteran Employes Association of the Pennsylvania Railroad will hold Us regular monthly meeting next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Assembly .room of the Barnes lotel, according to George J. Molique, secretary. Carl J. Manders president, will be in charge of the program. LOANS PLRIN NOTE—AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONKHIOAn MI1S • CAIH YOU NIIO • ftUDKAl IttLI • ANT GOOD PUIPOM TOWN FINANCE CO. GROUND FLOOR OFFIO! IOGANSPORT INDIANA . MM 60* 1. grocdwolfj method—lies, rumors and propaganda — and attacks on various people ment, 24-hour period was 2,40 inches, Fort Wayne .38 'and Xafayette .22! Rain-drenched highways were death traps for two persons. Mrs. Lucile McGuian, 53, Toledo, was killed when her automobile skidded on the Northern Indiana Toll Road Wednesday, and-Harvey Penn, 42, Mecca, was killed when his car plunged into, a creek during a rainstorm near Rockville Tuesday night. A car skidding on wet pavement Six Local Residents Enrolled at Hanover HANOVER, Ind.—Six Logansport residents are students at Hanover College here this year, it has been disclosed by the school. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fry, route 1, -city, are juniors at the college; Miss Susan Arnold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Arnold of 1814 North street, Miss Judy Dixon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dixon of 2540 East Broadway, and also caused critical injury for Miss Suanne McNu.{t, daughter of Charles Norman, 36, Richmond, a i Mr. and Mrs. Dale McNutt, 120 garage mechanic. Norman lost a j West Roselawn Drive, are all soph- foot and sustained a badly man-jomores; and Allen Thomas, son Wallace F. Bennett (R- anolher member of the said "I'm sorry I have, to' disagree" with Capehart, the committee's ranking Republican member and former chairman. "I don't feel that the present situation justifies it," he said. But Sen. Irvin M. Ives (R- N.Y.), also a committee member, urged a wait-and-see .attitude. Ives I said he would not suggest controls now but that it is "obvious that if the race between wages and prices keeps going up, some 1rind of controls will have to be imposed." However, he said, "much water may go over the dam between now and January," when-Congress're- convenes. The New York Republican said he wanted to "wait and sec what happens" between now and then. Capehart advanced his latest suggestion for standby wage, price and credit curbs in a speech Wednesday to the National Defense Executive Reserve. The Indiana Republican, ; « wealthy former manufacturer, said he was "traditionally and fundamentally opposed to government controls." However, he said, "in the present situation the nation must'be realistic enough to recognize the chaos that would exist if war suddenly should be thrust upon us le to change our govern-Igled leg when the skidding auto-1 of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thomas, ] without the legal framework of. an ." mobile struck him as he worked 2420 East Broadway, is a fresh- organization to set up and admm- John E. Westwood, 47, Former Rochester Resident, Succumbs ROCHESTER-John E. Westwood, 47, a former Rochester resident, died at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday at Memorial hospital in South Bend. He had been ill for one year. , Born Aug. 16, 1910 in Fulton county, he lived near Rochester until seven years ago, when he moved to Mishawaka, where his home was at 622 \West Jefferson street. His parents were James and Tressa Bloom Westwood. His first marriage was to Etta Wagoner, of Rochester, who died in 1938. His second marriage was Youth Unhurt In Auto Crash A car driven by Francis D. DeFord, 20, route 5, city, was darn- aged in an accident at 1)1:1)5 p.m. Wednesday at Broadway and Eel River avenue, blamed on an unidentified motorist. DeFord, who escaped injury, told police he was driving west on Broadway and started to turn left onto Eel River avenue, when he was crowded to his right by another car. The youth braked and the auto skidded on the-wet paiyement. The 1955 model tudor driven by DeFord struck a tree between the sidewalk and curb in front of H8 Eel River avenue, then skidded back across -the street, coming to a stop in front of 107 Eel River avenue. Damage to the car was estimated at $500. on a stalled car along a highway Wednesday. A forest fire near Salem destroyed five acres of state-owned pine trees Tuesday, and the rain put down further danger in dry woodlands at least temporarily. It was the second fire in that area in a week. man. Evansville Mayor Raps Sen.Jenner At Demo Meeting LAG-RANGE, Ind. (UP)—Evansville mayor Vance Hartke Wednesday night told the. LaGrarige County Democratic organization that Sen. William E. Jenner (R- Ind.) was partly responsible for America's losses in the missile and satellite race with Russia. 650 Attend Parents Night At High School About 650 parents attended the fourth annual Parents' Night program at Logansport high school Wednesday night, according to Norbert Kniesly, assistant principal and chairman of the program committee. J. H. Mertz, high .school principal, welcomed the parents and introduced Charles L. Sharp, city school superintendent, who spoke on the enrollment in city schools The parents went through a ser ies of ten-minute classes duplicat ing the regular schedules of their children, and met with teacher) for individual conferences at the close of the program. to Eva Bailey, of Akron, and his Hartke a Democrat who hopes third was to Ethel Cunningham, of to run against Jenner in the 1958 Rochester, who survives. election, said Jenner's "pose of Also surviving are a son, Del-'super-patriot is nothing more than bert, 531 Eighth street, Rochester; j a cruel masquerade." Peru Man, Hurt in Fall, In Critical Condition PERU — Russell Reed, 59, 389 N. Twelfth street, remained in ritical condition at Dukes Hos >ital on. Wednesday from injuries .uffered -in a fall Tuesday. It was reported that Reed siif- ered a broken pelvis, head and nternal injuries, and eight broken ibs. The accident occurred when he was repairing a chimney at the home of Mrs. Marie Brittain, 552 W. Third street. A fellow workman said he fell backward 20 feet from ;he roof to the ground. three stepsons, Norman Cunningham, Dowagiac, Mich.; David Cunningham, LaPorte, Ind.; and Burl Cunningham, Tucson, Ariz.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Roger Hoff, South Bend; two sisters, Mrs, Harvey Coleman and Mrs. Albert Wood, both of Rochester; two brothers, Fred, Rochester; and Robert, Fowler; and five step-grandchildren. The body is at the Forest D. Heyes funeral home in South Bend. It will be brought to the Rochester E. U. B. church Saturday,, where it will lie in state for one hour be- 3ity Police Squad Car Damaged in Collision A 1956 model city police 'squad car was damaged at 11:30 a. m. Thursday when it collided with a meat delivery truck at North Sixth street and Michigan avenue. The squad car, driven by Sgt. Mike Long, 34, of 917 Vine street, was headed south and skidded into the truck wh'en the driver, Norbert 'Muzzillo, 29, of 710 Stadium Place, pulled from a parked position in front of the Riverview cafe, on the west side of Sixth, into the path of the police ar. The mishap caused an estimated. $300 damage to the front of the police car and dented the Hartke pointed to the fact that Jenner missed eight of 12 key roll Jerry D. Stilwell At San Diego Base SAN DIEGO, Calif. (FHTNO— Jerry D. Stilwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darl Stilwell of Route 2, Royal Center, Ind., is scheduled to complete recruit training Nov. 27 at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San' Diego, Calif. The ll-week course includes instruction in all basic military subjects and the firing of all basic infantry weapons. Upon completion of training new Marines are assigned to a unit !or further infantry training, or to one of the many Marine Corps schools. Delphi Resident Dies After Stricken on Job DELPHI—Jesse D. Graham aged 54, of Delphi, died at 8 a.m today in a Lafayette Hospital after suffering a heart seizure on the job in Lafayette last night. He had worked as an electrician for 17 years. Mr. Graham was born on Dec. Robert C. Boyett At Radio School NORFOLK, Va. (FHTNC) — Hobert C. Boyett, seaman apprentice, USN, of 207 N. Cicott St., Logansport, Ind., is attending the Radioman School, at the Nava? Station, Norfolk, Va. "students at the school are train. ed to operate transmitters, radio direction finders, teletype_writers End radio receiving equipment. They also are taught to transmit ster quickly the economic controls hat always are necessary in war- ime." Plan to Attend Indiana Trustees Association Meet Plans for attending the annual Indiana Trustees Association meeting in Indianapolis Dec. 11, 12, and 13 were made Wednesday night at a meeting of township school trusses in the county school superintendent's office. Chalmers Condon, county super- tendent, distributed bus driver attendance cards and teachers attendance reports for the files, of the trustees. He also gave them school bus reports for state transportation distribution. A discussion of additional appropriations and tranters of funds was held, and it was decided to grant permission to teachers to act on book selection committees next spring. The next meeting of the trustees was moved up from Dec. 11 to Dee. 10 to avoid conflict with the state trustee meeting. Slightly Involved They also are aug o ransm . ,- ~ and receive messages by Interna- ATTer £- tional Morse Code and type la-i SOUTH BEND (UP) — Allen coming message. Jenner missea eigni. ui M Key run mr. waiiam was uuiu un u^. { . call votes .on defense in three 20, 1902, at Camden, He was the| L . arry Little Theatre Group to Meet Four persons will speak at the second meeting of the Logansport Little Theatre group at 7_:30 p.m. Thursday at the Columbia grade school. years to bear out his contention son of John and Lillian Fine Gra- that the Hoosier junior senator ham. He was 'married to Eva should share some of the blame 1 Smith on Jan. 11, 1923. She sur- for our missile failure. He said of the four times Jenner voted, one was against military mutual security and one ..was in favor of a bill which cut military aid funds. He charged that Jenner "belongs to the Stone Age, not.the Missile Age." "If all Congress had voted as | Sen. Jenner did, we wouldn't have fore services at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. NATO , wouldn't have allies and F. I. Wilmert will officiate. Burial will be in the Rochester I.O.O.F. cemetery. Two Board Vacancies Are Filled by Mayor Appointment of Gene Denham, 2111 East Broadway, to the city .Aviation Board and Charles Pullen, 212 Thirteenth street, to the City might not have 1 even sufficient bases and ships," he said. Rites for Ex-Rochester Farmer Set for Today ROCHESTER—Funeral services for George Overmyer, .aged 82, former Rochester township farmer who died Tuesday, were scheduled at 1 p. m. 'today at a Misha- i vives. He was a member of the Christian church. He spent most of his life in the Delphi-Camderi area. Other survivors include his moth- er7Mrs. Lillian Lee, Los-Angeles; six sons, Milton of Lucerne, John and Kenneth of Kokomo; Buddy of Elkhart; Charles and Jerry at home; one brother, John, of Burows. The body is at the Jackson Funeral Home where rites will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. Rev. Frederic Chandler will officiate. Burial will be in the • Camden cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday. Planning Commission has been an- waka f unera i home. Burial was to nounced by Mayor Ralph Eberts. t, E i n the Rochester IOOF ceme- Denham was named bo succeed • James Kinnear, who resigned, and will serve the unexpired term, ending this Dec. 31. Pullen will complete the term of the late William Hope, and will serve until Dec. 31, 1958. left rear fender meat truck. of the Eckrich Bowman Rites Set Friday at Peru PERU Funeral services for Allen T. Bowman, who died Mon day, will be held at the Drake- Flowers Chapel at 2 p.m. Friday Burial will be in Mount. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Thursday. Delphi Schools to Plan State Teacher Meeting DELPHI—The Delphi Elementary, schools have beerj asked to arrange the elementary social studies program , for next year's church" „, , . of the theatre, tery. The deceased man died at ttie home of. his son Harley in Mishawaka. He had been ill one year with a heart condition. The deceased man was born in Winamac on Feb. 22, 1875. His parents "were Henry and Louisa Van Dwyne Overmyer, He moved to Mishawaka from Rochester ten years ago. He was married to Bertha Reedfcnd later to Minnie Myers, both dead. He was a member of the Sand Hill Christian Father of Cass Resident Expires Harold Young, 58, of Frankfort; father of Mrs. Dolphus Nelson, of route 5, city, died Wednesday at the St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette. He had managed the Steven- Mike Roark, and Russell Myers will discuss lighting, and Anne Monahan will talk on lighting.' Two Are Reappointed By State Fair Board INDIANAPOLIS (UP)-Indiana State Fair Board officials late | Wednesday reappointed Earl, Bailey, Lowell, secretary-manager, and James Chappell, Indianapolis, Supt. of Grounds and Buildings. In earlier, action, the board elected John A. Craft of LaPorte as president; Estel L. Callahan of New Augusta as vice-president, and Can-old J. Bledsoe of Rensselaer, treasurer. Grass Creek Church Presented Piano The Grass Creek Evangelical United Brethren Church was presented with a new piano, designed and built.to match the organ. It was the gift o£ Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, 30, South Bend, was involved in a two-car non-injury accident here Wednesday. Armstrong drove to his home a few blocks away and then returned to berate the driver of the other car, police said. Four policemen were required to subdue the irrate Armstrong. Today he was confined in the city jail charged with: 1. Reckless driving. 2. Resisting arrest. 3. Failure to have a driver's license. 4. Public intoxication. 5. Disorderly conduct. 6. Improper vehicle registration. 7. Investigation of possible hit and run driving. ' Fewer Sheep, Lambs Headed for Slaughter WASHINGTON (UP) — Fewer sheep and lambs will be slaughtered this winter and next spring than last year, the Agriculture Department's crop reporting board estimates. The board made no detailed estimate of the extent of the decline. It said feeding in corn belt states will be down slightly and western states will show a larger decline. Feed supplies are ample in'-all land feeding sections, the board said, but an expansion in feeding Hoesel is president of the Board son elevator at Sedalia for several i of Trustees of the church and Mrs. meeting of the Indiana State Teachers Association in Indianapolis. A planning meeting for the arrangements was attended by Mrs. Muron Beesley, Mrs. Clara Korb, Jack Sanders and R. P. Minne- years. Survivors include the widow, Bertha; his mother, Mrs. Claude Young; four daughters, Mrs. Nelson; Mrs. Foster Haines, Delphi; Mrs. Richard Gochenour, Rossville; and Mrs. Ray Williams, West Lafayette; and 11 grandchildren. The body was removed to the Goodwin funeral home, Frankfort. Surviving are two sons, Russell and Harley,. both of Mishawaka; ;wo sisters, Mrs. Lilly Beck of the Sand Hill community and Mrs. Frank Barnhart, now^in the Miller Nursing Home. D. C. BEATTY— Raymond Echols, pastor of the Broadway Methodist church; and Dr. Edwin R, Garrison, adminis- Itrative assistant to Bishop Rich| ard C. Raines, of Indianapolis. The deceased man, aged 75, was I Burial will be in Mt. Hope ceme- a Logansport resident. I tery. ' Riley Parents Night The annual Parents' • Night pro- Alpha Hoesel, in memory of 'their i has been prevented by a scarcity daughter, Marjorie Jean. Mr. I of feeder lambs. Some growers - • - • are holding back ewe lambs for replacement itock, the board said. Motorist's License Suspended for Year ; Emmett Gaddis, 41, of 1501 Chicago street, was arrested Wednesday evening by Deputy Sheriffs George Shanks and Don Armstrong loesel is active in the work of he church. The piano was installed on Friday, Nov. 8 and on Sunday a ris- ng vote of thanks was given by he congregation. BLOODMOBILE AT PERU •PERU—The Miami County Red.on charge'of operating a motor Cross Bloodmobile will visit the j vehicle while under the influence Junker Hill Air Force Base Fri-,of intoxicating liquor and without Five Registrants Are Classified 1-A Five Cass county registrants have been classified l-A, available for military service, by the local Selective Service board, according to Mrs. - Bernice Haw. thorne, clerk of the board. gram at Riley junior high school They are: William Shaw, Thornwill begin at 7 p.m. Thursday', as Stewart, Herman Albright, Da- Miss Rhoda Williams, of the In-'vid Brady, and Paul Handy, diana State Teachers Association, The board classified four others will be guest speaker. Parents will meet with teachers in the classrooms .to discuss the work of their chMr«n. 5-A, four were classified 4-A, five were given 1-C enlisted status one was placed in 4-F and two in 14). day, Nov. 22, according to Mrs. jillian Eck, blood program chairman. -During a previous bloodmobile visit, airmen contributed 201 pints. Col. J. R. Till will have charge of recruitment of donors and Mrs. Frank Shively will supervise the Canteen committee. an operator's license. Upon his pleas of guilty to both charges in the local justice/court, his right to drive was suspended for a year and he .was fined '$25 and costs for driving under the influence and $10 and costs for driving without a license. SALE CALENDAR Nov. 15—Joe's Auction Teel, Attct. Nov. 16—Berkshire Auction House Teel Nov. 16—Mrs. Perry Miller R. Rinehart & Sons Nov. 20—Freeman Simms Bridge Nov. 20—Fred Scifert Shigley & Vogel .Nov. 22—Vernice Working Murden Nov. 22—Joe's Auction- ............................T«el '

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