Wednesday Evening, June .27, 1W8. PUBLIC LIBRARY White'4-H Contest Set For Thursday MONTICELLO-The White County 4-H Demonstration contest will be held at 9:15 a.m. Thursday at the Lincoln junior high school: Mrs. Lillian Fahler of Star City will be the. judge. Junior members , participating will be: Nina Hall and Debbie Mathew, Phyllis Schneidt, Paula Sue Ward, Twyllah Moncel, Ellen Biddle, Jane Cleerman, Darla Kejjs, Jeff Saylor, Bobbie Jo Ezra, Julie Johnson, Marsha Lawson, Jane Fisher, and Barbara Byers. Senior members: Janice DeBoy, Marilyn Moss, Bonnie.Gerard, Diana Sell, Gwen Godlove, Mary Janes Forbes, Ann Oilar, Marshall Hall, Karne Schwab, Kay Forbes, and Patty Bovvman. COURT NOTES The citation filed by Donnabelle McCall against David D. McCall has been dismissed upon motion of the plaintiff. Charles. Williams, plaintiff, was granted an absolute divorce from Margie Williams, The oldest minor child was awarded to the plaintiff and the youngest child to the defendant. A property settlement was agreed upon and approved by the court. The following cases were dismissed upon motion of the plaintiff and costs charged to the plaintiff: Barbara Ann Richardson vs. James E. Richardson, Sonja Lee Collard vs. Raymond Frank Collard, Barbara L. Edwards vs. Robert W. Edwards, Helen Van Meter vs. Donald Van tfeter,. Edna May Smith vs. Ernest R.. Smith. Costs were paid and suit dismissed upon motion of the plaintiff in the suit of Lois VI. Price vs. Ralph A. Price, Jr, Raymond Duncan, charged by :he State of Indiana with statuory rape requested time to get an attorney to represent him. The cause is continued for arraignment of the defendant, Betty Harris was granted am absolute divorce from Raymond Harris. Mrs. Harris was given custody of the minor child, and Mr. Harris was given temporary custody periods. Mr. Harris is to pay $10 weekly to the/ clerk for support and maintenance of the child, also lion. On suit of Associates COV. WELSH WILL ATTEND DEMO BANQUET PERU—Democratic dignitaries, Including Gov. Matthew E. Welsh, will attend Miami county's $5 a plate dinner 'and fund rally Wednesday. The dinner will begin at 6: p.m. in the Community Building at .the 4-H and Community park, two miles north of Peru on U.S. 31. Albert H. Gole, Sr., will be honored as banquet chairman, according to Richard Schmidt, general chairman. About 400 persons 'are expected to attend. Homer Long ,76, Logansport, Dies; Services Friday Homer Long, 76, of 1207 Smead St., died at.2:45 p.m. Tuesday at Memorial hospital after a lingering illness. He was admitted to the hospital Sunday. Born in Ohio, March 23,1886, he was the son of Henry and Mary Lacey Long. His wife, Lulu B., died Feb. 12, 1955. He was a retired machinist with the Pennsylvania railroad. He was a member of the Church - of the Brethren and the PRR Veterans Assn. Survivors are a son, Cecil, Jacksonville; Fla.; five daughters: Mrs. Aleda Mills, Indianapolis; Mrs. Ona Cessnia,, Elkhart; Mrs. Thelma Downham, rural route 2, Logansport; Mrs. Louise Cessnia, Rochester; Mrs. Belva Wilson, 426 Twelfth St., City; eight grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; one brother, Frank Long, Waco, Tex. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle fineral home. The Rev. Irving Phillips will conduct services, and burial will be in the Francesville cemetery at Francesville. Friends cay call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. W.K.Wickershom, Former Logan Man, Dies In Tennessee W. K. Wickersham, formerly a prominent resident of Logansport, died in Dyersburg, Tenn., at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. He lived here eight years ago on North Pennsylvania avenue. He was' the president of the Colonial Rubber Co., formerly located on Cliff Drive before it was destroyed by fire. Survivors include the widow; Florence; • one daughter, Nancy, Chicago, 111.; and one son, Bill, at home. The body will be taken to the Burton funeral home in Erie, Pa., where final rites will be held. Rogers Infant Dies At Logan Hospital Bernard Robert Rogers; son ol Charles and Barbara Watts Rogers, Lake Cicott, died 'at birth at 7:50 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's hospital. , Survivors ^are the parents, one sister, Angel Marie, at home; and grandparents, Mr, and Mrs.- Roy Woodruff, 1417 Boston St.; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rogers; Walton; and Mri and Mrs. Clyde Watts, Fulton: Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the McCloskey - Hamilton - Kahle funeral home. David Martin will officiate, and burial will be in Mt. Hope. Read the Want Ads! for plaintiff's. prosecu- the plaintiff's motion the Investment Company vs, Vernon E. Sales has been assigned for trial September 12th. . .. '/..' A divorce complaint has been filed by Dean Edward .Long vs. Martha Leona Long through his attorney, Charles S. Siferd. Claude J. Bouthot has been ordered by the court to appear July 3rd to show cause why he should not be attached and punished for contempt of the court. James Larmon Longest, .cross- complaint in a divorce suit filed against Diane Marie Longest was granted a restraining 'order against the cross-defendant. Charles D. Boomershine has entered appearance for the defen- dent in the suit of Marilyn R. Seward vs. Louis Seward. A suit filed in 1956 by the Farmer's Mutual Hail Insurance Company of Iowa, a Corporation, vs. Harold Davis has been set for trial September'10th, 1962. The court finds for the plaintiff, the Monon Bank, a Corporation, from the defendants, Claude M. Reynolds, Jr. and Bernice I. Reynolds, $815; principal plus interest, attorneys fees and costs. • Trial is assigned for September 10th in the case of Commercial Credit Corporation vs. J. W. Ocer- ton. The suit of Ray Rodine vs, Daniel Thomas has been dismissed by the court for want of prosecution. John Ohman, found to be in contempt .of court agrees to purge himself by allowing his-employer to pay half of his weekly earnings to the clerk of the White County Circuit Court, $20 for current support and the balance to apply on back support. The citation has been filed by Geneva Ohman. Mary Jane Zettwoch, plaintiff, was granted a divorce from Dai- ton Lee Zettwoch, and custody of four minor children. The defen- dent is to pay to the clerk of the court $30 weekly until further order of the court for support of the minor children and $100 attorneys fees. The suit of Ralph P. Hancock vs. Norman Hunt has been assigned for September 10th; Morton Peek, charged by the State with malicious trespass has been released after bond set in the penal sum of $1000 was met. CROSSWORD PUZZLE An8W ' p '" Y " terd »>''' Puillt ACROSS 1-KxpIoslon 6-Plgpena '< 11-Favor 12-Buy back 14-Three-toed sloth 15-Caudal appendage 17-Sinfflng voice 18-Possesslye pronoun 2(1- Fewest 2^-Drutikard 24-Memoran- <lum 2ft-Cubic meter 28-Con junction 23-Pry into noally 31-Strlcter RU-kamled SiKBplCi story 30-Tjured 31i-Pounds down 42-Compasa point 43-Oentral American Indian 4F)-Jump 46-Full 48-Scent 50-Mtlsic: as written 61-Greenland settlement .53-Appear 56-TnltialB of : 2(lth . . -• • . President Efi-Sharp reply 'Bfl-Platforms Gl-Nerve networks 62-Sedate DOWN 1-Natlve of Britain •. 3-Prench article 3-Kear part of ship 4-Close securely E-Attempts 6-Senlor (abbr.) 7-Symbol for tellurium S-GLrl's name • 9-Lampreys 10-BrlstIy 11-Aches IB-Engine 16-Unlt of Latvian currency (Pi.) ' 19-T3uropean ermine 21-Places 22-Handle •' 25-Ancierit Greelc dialect 27-Potentlal energy SO-Slxe of. type (Pi.) .32-CoR-nomena 34-Flxed period of time 36-Go In - 37-Ot neither sex Set Wheat Quotas And Support Price SS^EJxplres 40-Stroked •il-Boxes 44-Consecrale 47-Opentng in fence ,49-Natlvo of Ijfttvla 58-Torrid 64-Cry of 'goat 57-A state (abbr.) 58-Symbol lor tantalum 60-Enlisted man (colloq.) 33" 47 43 48 31 4S WASHINGTON (UPI) - Secretary of Agriculture. Orville L. r reeman announced "with greatest reluctance" Tuesday a na- ional wheat acreage allotment of 55 million acres for 1963 and a minimum national average pri'/s support rate of $1.82 per bushel. Freeman proclaimed marketing quotas for the 1963 crop for the .Oth consecutive year. Marketing quotas are required when the wheat supply is above normal, The acreage allotment of 55 Dtotr. by United Future Syndicate, Inc. j>7 D. E. Brummitt Named Wabash Vice-President ST. LOUIS—Donald E, Brummitt has been elected vice president-industrial development and real estate, it has been announced by Herman H, Pevler, president of the Wabash Railroad. Brummitt becomes responsible for all industrial development throughout Wabash territory, as well as purchase'and sale of real estate. The road's property tax and insurance departments will remain under his jurisdiction. A native of South Haven, Mich., Brummitt started with the Wabash's engineering department in 1929 as an assistant engineer. In 1944 he was appointed tax agent, and land and tax commissioner in 1952, He was named director of industrial development and real estate on January 1, 1962. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a degree in civil engineering. He resides at 8056 Davis Drive, Clayton, Mis- Two Cars Damaged In Minor Accident Two automobiles were damagec slightly in a minor traffic acci dent at Fifteenth Street and Broadway shortly after 7 p.m Tuesday; The cars involved were driven y William Hardy, 70, of 325 Fif teenlh St., and David Yeakley, 19 of rural route 4, Peru. Investigating police said both cars were traveling west on Broadway when 'another automo i)ile crossed over into the lane o the Yeakley vehicle, causing it to swerve to the left and strike thi Hardy car. There were no injuries nor ar rests. Foreign Trade Plan Is Setback In House WASHINGTON (UPI) — Prospects for approval of President Kennedy's foreign trade expansion program were given a serious setback .in the House Tuesday and administration 'leaders were not sure they would be able to save it. ' The sudden, unexpected development came in the form of an announcement by Rep. Noah Mason, 111., the- ranking Republican member of the House Ways & Means Committee, that he would seek to torpedo the' key tariff- cutting provisions asked by the President. Tho Big Oifforence In Storei Today li Th« Way Peopls Ar« Tr«at«d Cool & Pretty Lounge Abouts $^.95 Use Our Budget Account Take it easy in our light and bright dusters . , . so Eeminine, opaque yet light and' cool. Five styles 'to choose from: floral print, border print, 'check, stripe,, and solid colored jaquard print.,...,, excellent buys!, LINGERIE-SECOND FLOOR EXPENSIVE EATING SOUTHAMPTON, E n g 1 a n < (UPI) — Truck driver Geoffrey Woodford "got hot under the col lar" when asked to pay his bil before eating curry in a restau rant, a court was told Tuesday The complainant testified tha Woodford walked out and returnee to the restaurant in his car whicl he drove through a window caus ing ?1,260 damage. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre» million acres was the minimum permitted by existing law. Freeman said he was making he announcement now to comply with existing law in the event hat Congress does not enact new wheat legislation so that adequate ime will be given to prepare for marketing quota referendum on 1963-crop wheat prior to July 25. Two Drown in Lake Michigan GARY, Ind., (UPI)-A teen-age Portage girl and her younger jrother drowned in Lake Michigan Tuesday along a Lake Michigan jeach. Phyllis, Conibs, 19; and her jrother, Wallace, 17,.Portage, parently were caught in an undertow as they swam at a city beach. Authorities said the two were swimming " with two ' cousins in shallow water' when the strong undercurrent swept them off their :eet. Sammy Creech, 17, reached the beach without help but Wallace went to the aid of Clara and helped her to safety. Then Wallace went to help Phyllis but both of them were pulled beneath the surface of the lake by the curra.it and .drowned. Their bodies wera recovered a short time later, . UPI APPOINTMENT CHICAGO (UPI) - Appointment of Vyto F. Kapocius to be manager of the Madison, Wis. bureau of United Press International was .announced today by Dale M. Johns. Johns, Central Division ma ger for UPI, said Kapocius will replace George Armour, who resigned. Pile Torture Soothed in Few Minutes Act now for fast relief from torture of piles. Don't wait another day. Apply Peterson's Ointmen at once. .This cooling, soothing astringent formula has given joy ful relief to thousands for 40 years. Relieves itching quickly All druggists, box 60c, or appli cator tube 85e. ment delight! Peterson's Oint 1 bacl< Freeman nouncement had held up an"of the 1963 wheat >rogram while the administration !arm bill was pending in Congress. The measure was killed by tie House last week. "I am taking this action with ;he greatest reluctance and only because there is no alternative under-existing legislation," Freeman said in a statement. "The action of the House in rejecting the farm proposals of this administration will return the wheat farmer to the pre-1881 laws now on the books—in effect, to those programs which have caused the present surpluses." The wheat surplus on July 1 is expected to be 1,345,000,000 bush els—more than enough to satisfy export and domestic demand for more than a year. Hearings On Appeals In Miami PERU — Heatings on assessment appeals in Miami county may be ' completed by July 9th r 10th, according to county as- essor Joseph Zehring. Peru city hearings will be fol- owed by (hose from Butler town- hip. Any Appeals from the Miami ounly Board of Review will be ent to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, Records of the new assessments hen must be made in the audi- or's office so that they may be ncluded on next year's lax du- )licates. The Miami County Board of Re- 'iew will start work checking per. sonal " property assessments as ;oon as the real estate reasses- ment has been completed. The Board of Review hopes to lave its work completed by Aug> ust 1. Representatives of the State Board of Tax Commissioners slated that it may be December be Pleasant Weather By United Press International Hoosierland can count- on a least two more days of generally fair weather, forecasters sak Tuesday, with day-time temperatures in the mid-80s or higher. However, there was a "chance" of isolated afternoon or evening thundershowers in the extreme southwest both Wednesday < Thursday. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! CremeOil Cold Wave $3.50 ONLY Including Haircut Open Daily 8:30 to 5 p.m. CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP NEU. SMITH, Operator Slli 11. Broadway Over BolUy'i Traffic Problem GARY Ind, (UPI) — Chairman David Oihcn of the Indiana State Highway Commission met Tuesday with the mayors of nine Lak« County cities and proposed methods of relieving traffic congestion in the dosely built-up Calumet area. 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