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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune ESTES AT TRIAL—Billic SoIEstes (right), walks from.Pecos, Texas, courtroom in the first day of trial on charges against him in regard to his anhydrous ammonia deals. (UPI Unifax.) Monticello Pupils In TV Workshop MONTICELLO - The fifth grade students at Oaklawn school here will give a demonstration in learning by television at a workshop of the Midwest Program for Airborne Television Instruction at Purdue Friday. Mrs. Pauline Blankenship will take her twelve Spanish students for a demonstration of her classroom technique. Pupils attending 'are: Tom Brock, Steve Fishel, Mary Lou Buchanan, Debbie Elmore, Paulette Foltz, Janice Foltz, Gayle Gannon, Linda ..Gay, Jerry Briney, Vickey Dowden, IDebra Brown and Lynda Walters. City Court Harvey S. Keys, 36, of Peru was fined in City Court Monday morning for driving under the influence $10 plus costs of $16.75, and his drivers license suspended for one year. Phillip Ray Repberger, 18, of 4755 Andover Square, Indianapolis, and Robert Leroy Kopp, 18, 132 South Johnson, Indianapolis, were arrested for illegal possession of alcoholic beverages under the age of 21, and were fined $10 and costs of $16 in Maurice P. Zerfaces Justice of the Peace Court. Emmett Reed, 25, rural route I, Monticello, was arrested Sunday by Frank Doyle, Town Marshal of Monon, and Deputy Sheriff Herbert Clear on a warrant charging him with furnishing ' alcoholic beverages to minors. He has been released on $500 bond. Chief Deputy Sheriff LeRoy A. Farney arrested Ronald G. Ballinger, 22, of Woodland, Illinois for reckless driving, after his Ann Smith, 20, rural Brookston, secretary. Resignation INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Governor Welsh has requested and received the resignation of William Steinert, Princeton, from the Indiana War Memorials Commission because he has attended no meetings for more than two years. Welsh's office said no replacement for Steinert, whose term had more than a year yet to run, has been announced. The term would have expired July 18, 1963. Read the Want Ads! 1954 four door- model car rammed he right rear quarter of an auto driven by Harold Russell Hay- ;ood, 19, of Wolcott, in front ol :he Haygood driveway south end of Wolott Sunday 6:50 p.m. Applications for marriage licenses have been filed by the 'ollowing in the office of the Former Local Pastor Dies The Rev, Kenneth W. Ball, 54, who was pastor of the Ninth Stre'et Ihristian church for five years, died Monday afternoon in the Baptist hospital; Winston Salem, V. C., following a heart attack suffered three and a half hours :arlier. The Rev. Mr. Ball had been castor of the Moravian church in Kernersville, N. C., .since..Oct. 6,. 195?, having been ordained in the Moravian ministry \ on Sept. 1C, jial; year. A NATIVE of Mooresville, he held A.B., B.D., and M.A..degrees Erom Butler university and was ordained in the Christian ministry in Indianapolis. He was pastor of Christian churches in -Indiana, Virginia, Mississippi, and' Minneapolis, Minn. His pastorate here ended in 1953. For three years he was with 'lie Wells organization, church 'und raisers, serving as regional manager for North and South Carolina. HIS WIFE, the former Hilda Miller, of Indianapolis, is now a patient in the hospital in which her husband died, suffering from a fracutred leg which she sustained in a fall two weeks ago. Funeral rites and burial will be Kernersville. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ringle, 1911 George St., were notified of the Rev, Mr. Ball's death. Their son and daughter-in-law, the Rev. and Mrs. Eldon Ringle, Spartansburg, went to; Kernersville to attend the funeral. MSM MISTER BREGER King Fim'inu SJmllciilV. im inH. VVmliTiidi )rop Tax Case HAMMOND, Ind. (UPI) — The 'ustice Department today dropped ts case against Adolph Swiontek, 7, one of five 1955 Hammond city councilmen indicted on charges of ailure to pay income tax on an alleged $2,000 payoff. • ' The move was made when the irst councilman to go '. OK trial, , Homer Wolf, was- acquitted on MARINE COUPLE ENGAGED SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (UPI) — Actor James .Cagney's Marine son is engaged to marry a lady Marine.. : . The engagement of Cpl. James F. Cagney Jr. and Lance Cpl. Jill Lisbeth Innesslof South Portland was announced Monday by the prospective bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Inness. The couple, who met in the Ma. rines, plan to be married in the fall. They are due for'discharge in August, 2 HOUR SERVICE Keep your favorite outfit immaculate with our complete fast cleaning! No extra charge. Tuesday 'Evening, June 26,1962. similar charges after a four-day trial. , METHODIST MISSION INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) ~ Dr. Herbert L. Sedam, Indianapolis, will leave here July 2 for a three- months tour of duty at the Methodist mission hospital at Kapanga in Katanga Province in the'Congo. Sedam is the fourth of six Indi- anapolis doctors to participate ill the "Operation 'Doctor" program. The program was started by Methodist Bishop Richard C. Raines. The doctors serve without pay. Read the Want Ads! TIMBERLAKE'S Summer Clearance SALE HOW ON WITH Hundreds of Gifts at Bargain Prices 30% To More Than 50% Discount All Sales Final-No Returns-No Exchanges-No Lay-Aways TIMBERLAKE'S is Air Conditioned Come in and shop now in coo! comfort, Timberlake's Gift Shop Always Open All Day Wednesday "The Store of a Thousand Gifts" )ounty John Clerk: Stanley Quasebarth, 21, Monon, mechanic, and Donna Jean Harris, 20, Monon, unemployed. John LeRoy Spear, 19, Brookston, custom farm worker, and Joy Ann Kennedy, 19, rural route 2, Brookston, record clerk. Jerry Ray Kuhn, 21, accountant, rural route 2, Akron, and Jean route 2, Stephen Doyle Hessong, 22, Lafayette, factory worker, and Mary Elaine Mohler, 18, Monticello, unemployed. Driver Arrested Charles Frederick Groves, of rural route 3, Kokomo, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Herbert ^llear for driving .left of center after an accident occurring on West Shafer Lake Drive 5 miles north and 2 miles east of Monticello Saturday evening at 7:30. Floyd E. Eichelberger, 34, of Paxton, Illinois, was southbound around a curve in a 1961 4-door sedan, when he met the Groves vehicle, a 1962 station wagon, northbound on the same side of the road. Groves will.be taken to City Court Thursday. Damage to both cars was estimated at $750. The Groves vehicle was removed to Gutwein For dby the Gutwein wrecker. Rondy Carson Young, 30, of 313 North Railroad was arrested for driving under the influence after an accident occurring in front of the Price cottages on.Beach Road Sunday at 2 p.m. Young, driving a 1956 2-door vehicle, owned by Rozella Young, hit a 1960 < convertible owned by William Camic of Indianapolis, which in turn hil another parked car owned by Lloyd Dan Taylor of Frankfort. Young was fined in City Courl $10 fine and costs of $16.75 for a total of $28.75 plus ninety daysof his drivers license suspended. Deputy Sheriff Herbert Clear] investigated. 503-505 BroacKvay .Phone 3226 WEDNESDAY 12 noon to 5 p.m. ONIY! The Big Difference In Stores Today li The Way People Ar» Treated - 409-415 E. BROADWAY SECOND FLOOR 4/ SPORTS SHOP LADIES' SEAMLESS NYLON HOSE Sizes 9 to 11 % Suntan, Blonde, Sun- Beige 15 denier—Seamless 100% Nylon Reinforced heel Reinforced toe Stock up now and save SHOP AT KELLERS Every Wednesday 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. I 53 WEDNESDAY SPECIALS 12 noon to 5 p.m. (Blouses £ Values 5.95 199) Famous-make blouses of easy-care cottons and blends in white, colors and prints, sleeve and sleeveless styles at give-away prices, Sizes 3038. Buy now and save! • No Phone Orders • No Deliveries These DOWNTOWN STORES will OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY and are offering these WEDNESDAY Afternoon SPECIALS from 12 o'clock Noon to 5:00 P. M. Shop and Save at These Downtown Stores NOTICE... Pharos-Tribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES: HALF-PAGE ADS OR LARGER—NOON "TWO DAYS BEFORE PUBLICATION All Other Ads - 36 Hours Before Publication SUNDAY DEADLINE: Quarter-page adi or larger — Noon Friday; all other ads—5 p.m. Friday. COIOR: 4 Days In Advance. • Your cooperation and assistance in adhering to these deadlines will help us give YOUR act the expert workmanship it deserves. 7/2/0/75 408 E..MARKET ST OUR STORE OPEN WEDNESDAY 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. PENNEYS Wednesday Afternoon Only REG. 3.99 'n WEAR SLACKS WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Shop 9 a,m. to 5 p.m. Specials for MEN'S WASH SLEEVELESS BLOUSES 2 99 $ 1 Black Green Gold Tan Sixes 28 to 36 Weds. Afternoon Only LADIES SUMMER SKIRTS Sizes 22 to 30. Rejj. $2.99 25% OFF LADIES BELTED OR CONTINENTAL STYLES • All precuffed • Sanforized • Styled for comfort • All first quality BUY WEDNESDAY AND SAVE 1.00 SHOP WEDNESDAY'TIL 5 p. m. • Whites • Pastels • 6 styles • Sizes 32-38 First quality misses sleeveless blouses. Tailored and embroidery, lace or tucked treatments. All machine wash. Made by American blouse manufacturers. CHARGE IT AT PENNEY'S! BLOUSES Sizes 34-38. Reg. $1.97 25% OFF KRESGE'S FAMOUS BANANA SPLIT Reg. 39e S. S. 24* KRESGE COMPANY

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