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Tuesday Evening, May 14, 1957. 11. FOR SALE WANTED TO BUY-Paint sprayer, canoe, tape recorder. Ph. 4569. BABY bed, small tricycle. Phone ' 9197. USED coal furntce & blower. OB furnace & oil conversion burner. Riley.'s Heating & Air Condition ing, 1314 E. Bdwy. 3437 INBOARD BOAT PASQUALE TRUCKING 905 ERIE AVE. SEE GARAGE DOOR ACTION DISPLAY at rear of main store On Friday, May 17, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. All doors sale priced MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway 11. FOR SALE WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners. 324 4th. Phone 3610. GOOD used child's swing set. Phone 56120. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott Open evenings. VEGETABLE PLANTS Grusenmeyer's Greenhouse 13. REAL ESTATE 3 BEDROOM' conventional built home with basement and attached garage. Built in 1954. Eastend. Write Box A-247 this newspaper. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses LARGE dog house, needs repairs. Brant's Garage, Deer Creek. HOUSETRAILERS WHY PAY RENT? 18 ft. to 43 on sales lot. See them today. Remember down payment and monthly payment. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 mi. SE on 3D. MARS 30-ft. 1955 housetrailer. Inquire Stoney Pike Trailer Court. EASY Spin-rinse washer. Good condition. Phone 9457. ONE Rangerider, 24" Riding rotary lawnmower. Burkhart Gun Shop. Phone 40781. PORTABLE Singer sewing machine. Phone 3072. 117 - 9th St. 34 FT. MODERN housetrailer. Extra nice. Reasonably priced. 208 South Railroad, Walton. SEARS Allstate scooter with windshield. $100.00; Two 26" girls bicycles $15.00 each. Phone 8197. COMPLE'J'ETTjcauty Shop' Equipment and Supplies. Phone Delphi 257. NATIONAL cash register for sale. Ph. 4974. GARDEN tractor and attachments, David Bradley Super Power tractor, trailer, cultivator, bulldozer and harrow-packer, like new. 2022 High Street after 6:00. NEW AND USED TRAILERS BOB ROSE TRAILER SALES 770 S. Miami, Wabash Ph. 9W or 736 1955 32' HOUSETRAILER $2200. Good condition. Phone 40025. HOUSETRAILERS—Trade, finance —8'-10' wide Phone 3285 or 4424 Ferree Trailer Sales, Akron, Ind. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U S. 3S. Maple Springs. c. Musical Instruments PIANO, Kimball — Walnut You too, may have a reasonably priced piano without sacrificing quality. See this before you buy. Liberal trade-in. Strange Music House at Maroceo's, 521 E. Broadway. ACCORDIONS, reasonable price, easy terms. GALLO'S ACCORDION HEADQUARTERS, 705 Twelfth. Start your child musically with WURLITZER LESSON • LOAN PLAN on 1—A brand new WURLITZER piano in your home. 2—Ten private weekly lessons. 3—Lesson material furnished. All it costs you is $3.50 a week. Nothing more—no extras MYGRANT'S, 521) E. Broadway d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix STARTED New [lamps., Barrc-d Rocks, 1 to 4 weeks old. Day old White Rocks, New [lamps, and Barred Rocks cacti week. King's Hatchery, 6th & North Phone 3718. BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks are bred for top egg production and incransed livability. Ask about the new Hi-Lay 1042 Cross. FARM BUREAU Phone 3141 Logansport HOP LEGHORN chicks. Popular Heavy Breeds. Cockerels available. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. East Side All modern, 3 bedroom, 22nd St. Full basement garage. Owner leaving city. Quick possession. OR . Two story, 3 bedroom, wonderfully located. 2726 E. Broadway. Gas heat. Immediate possession. West Side Real cute 2 bedroom New Century home, built 1D49. Oil heat, nicely decorated. TV antenna included. OR Large older type 2 slory Wheatland Ave. Now used as'Duplex. 2 full baths, hot air heat. A good buy for only $1,000 down. Ail Around Town Four bedroom brick, all modern, close-in on 10th Street. Full basement, stoker heat, garage, priced at $8,700. OR Four bedroom well located Spear St. Nice built-ins, kitchen, near Daniel Webster school, new coal furnace. Only $8,500. Out of Town Spacious 3 bedroom on large corner lol Roiling Ridge Add'n. Only 2 years old. 24'x20' family room also, owner transferred. Buy this large all modern comfortable home at the right price! Possession soon! Three bedroom ranch type, large living room, built 1943. Oii heat, located in Wallon. Priced at $11,800.' --- OR --We have others. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767 GO RURAL—24 acres with 3 bdr. mod. 1 story expertly re- mod. 7 rm.—bsmt.—gas heat- tile bath—paneled den—immediate poss. SAY GOODBYE to housework, like new compact 2 bdr. mod. close to all conv. XLNT for small family, retired couple or single. LET THE TENNANT PAY a good part of the cost of your home. Mod. duplez with 3 bdr. each apt. The price is right. PASTURE A COW on this 3 acres. 2 bdr. modern 8 miles out. $6500 with $1500 dn. & $40 mo. WATCH OUT FOR "SLEEPERS". This 3 bdr. mod. brick is a hidden charmer at Vt cost. PUR-R-'R-R AH ME COZY — Word picture of you in this 2 bdr. mod. with everything perfect from lot corners to attic top. 135 ft. lol^-gar.—oil heal. MERRILL WILSON, Reallor Homes Farms Farm Loans 300 Norlh St. Phone 3798 13. REAL ESTATE b. Lots 100x170 BUILDING lot norlh lown. Lois of shade. 2346. of 40 A. LEVEL clay loam, all till- .able, good fences, good drainage wilh 6 room semi-modern house, 30x50 barn, garage and chicken • house. 12 miles from cily on blacktop road. Fur further information, call or write: FRED SMITH, REALTOR 511 Tanguy St. Phone 2804-20914 Local Driver Loses License Eight defendenls, including one arraigned for driving under the influence of intoxicants, were meted fines in city court by Judge Harold Tuberty Tuesday morning. Russell D. Leazenby, of ,226 Unger street, lost his operator's license forgone year and was given a fine of $50 and $14.75 costs on that driving violation. Four speeders paid the following fines: Carl R. Andry, of route 3, Logansport and James R. Wilson, of 1411 Sme'ad street, $10 and costs; Ralph Barton, of 1916 Daisy street, $7 and costs; and Owen D. Henry, of Rochester. Cleon Amos Wagner, of route 3, Plymouth, was assessed $5 and $14.75 costs for improper registration. Charged with failure to yield Ihe right of way. Merle C. Nice, of roule 1, Royal Center, was assessed a fine of $1 and $14.75 costs. There was one case of public intoxicalion. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. LOT FOR SALE: 2217 Otto St., location. Ph. 6929. RESTRICTED, 100x200, Logansport schools. West's, north edge of Broadripple bridge. WASHINGTON"TWP. building site, 165'x200', wilh modern living quarlers. 56264. Latest Market Reports STOCK PERSPECTIVE Most prices far exc««d '29 top, but. many issues are way btlow. Stock Price! HECINT PRICE VS. '39* HIOH PER TENT ABOVE OR 1ILOW -ICO 0 tlOO 42004300 Stand. Oil (N.J.) leth. Stetl . . . Texas Co. . . , Du Pont .... General Motors Union Carbide . iaitman Kodak Gen'! Electric . Sears Roebuck '. U. S. Steel . . . Chrysler . . . A. T. & T. . . . Mont'y Ward . Woolwarth . . . R. C. A Penna. R. R. . . "Ad|u»t«d far (pUt-upi and Mock dlvldvndt Doloi Standard J. Poor Morri* Katx Hawkins Stockyards Boy Admits Burglaries A series of break-ins at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hosteller at the northeast edge of Galveston was admitted • Monday night by an 11-year-old Kokomo boy under questioning by Deputy Sheriff Roy King and Kokomo detectives. Mrs. Hosteller called the sheriff's department at 7 p.m. Monday to report that someone had broken her bedroom window in attempting to enter the house while she and her husband were gone. She suspected the Kokomo boy, whose' Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Deaths and Funerals DAVID Final rites for Ralph E. David, 69, 3225 E. Broadway, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Thursday at the Chase-Miller chapel with the Rev. Raymond Echols officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p. m. Tuesday. The Elks will conduct rites there at 8 p. m. Wednesday. WASSON Scout Cojuncil Election Set An estimated 50 Scouters from Cass, Carroll, Fulton, Pulaski, Miami and While counties will gather at the Ben Hur restaurant a 6:30 p.m. Wednesday for the annual meeting and election of the Three Rivers Council officers. Louis Rasletter, of Ft. Wayne, will speak on "Scouting Is Our Business" and S. W. Kilander, of Chicago, deputy regional Scout executive, will install the newly- elected officers. Virgil McClintic of Monticello is the council president. He was elect- Funeral services for Mrs. Lavina i?. d , to the post last September to Wasson, 89, were conducted Tuesday afternoon al Ihe McCIoskey- parents had made him return a!H amilton chapel. Burial was made revolver he had stolen in a pre-' itl tlle Clymers cemetery. vious break-in on May 1. ! Deputy King and the Kokomo HATCLIFF officers found the boy had cut his hand and arm and he finally ad- Meat t'ypa Above wuotadons i m itted he had suffered the cuts " to 21 ° 17.601 trying to raise the window after lie had broken it late Monday afternoon. He also admitted that on May 8 he and another boy entered the house by the same window and ob- 190 210 to 230 17.35 230 lo 250 17.10 250 to 270 ."' 16.65 270 to 300 16.35 Sows 15.75 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down al 19.00 WOODED lot, 105x100, in Calveston. Call 21485. RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. South on Highway 29. Phone 5-65.90. ' HIGHWAY frontage lots, restricted, 100'x200'. Mile north on 25. Michaels. PRACTICALLY new 1 bedroom home. Large living room, every convenience. Gas heat. Bargain I at $8300, by owner. 415 - lllh. Inquire at 417 - ILth. ' Buy This Home and give yourself a nice pay raise. We have a wonderful buy in this ,'J-unit apartment house. Owner is being transferred to l"'orl Wayne and we can offer you excellent terms. Located close to business district on a* large lot. This is one oC the bettor properties and will' pay for ilsolf. We can give you lots of interesting facts about it if you will cull Otto Hilbert 1<I3B Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 NICE 3-room house, price $3500 Inquire 1037 Rice. NEW 3-hedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2307. 7-ROOM house, Wheatland avenue, modern, largo lot, fruit trees. Phone 2810 days, 4076G evenings. «. Seeds, Plants SWEET potatoes and garden plants. McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. CERTIFIED strawberry piams, II varieties. Filling orders now Claude Kimc 3 miles east Twelve Mile. 3-BEDROOM home, new furnace, hardwood floors, excellent location, reasonable.. Phone 3265. FOR SALE: New 3 bedroom home, carport, full basement, plaster walls, hardwood floors Across from Woodiawn school west. John Bastin, Mpnticcllo, phone 2:iO-L. BULK garden seeds, gladioli bulbs, vegetable and flower plants. King's Hatchery, 6th & North. Phone 3718. f. Wearing Apparoi CHILDREN'S tennis shoos, $1.85. Bargain Center, 322 Third. Open Sundays. NEW LINE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Thrift Shop, 411 E Market h. Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY: Used cement mixer. Phone 7430. GOOD 6-cnn milk cooler, side entrance. Phone Peru GR-a-5115. WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, 4 bedroom, east North Street. Tile hath, ample closets and cabinets. Phone 7350. 5 ROOMS, Lucerne road 16, 2nd street, edst of railroad on north side Corner lot. $4500. Phone Clifford 12324, Indianapolis, Ind., or inquire within. li-ROOM house, ' l'/i acres, Adumsboro. Darrall Wilson. in ^rTK7)i WOMnb<lcrii, 3 to baths, gas heat, basement, caslcnd near schools and churches. Phone 52759. NICE place to live with furnished nir conditioned apartment for income. 18 W. Miami. Phone 6638. 2-ROO.Vt house on Western Ave. for sale, $350. Phone 21261 after 4 p.m. Now is the Time • To Bui Id on Any of These Choice VacantProperties: 250x300 Lot- Wooded High Slreel Road. 3 Va Acres Wu-o'led Highway, East. 3!/2 Acres Blacktop, close-in north. 2 Acres Level, V4 mile west. 100x300 Lot Hilbert's Haven. 131/2 Acres All woods, 1 mile cast. 60 Acres Hubert's Hills. 1 Acre West at intersection. 15 Lots Gas and power on properly. 100x200 lor Hilbert's Haven. 105x154 Lot Broad Acres, wooded. Choice of Two. 14 Acres Corner Clay Township. 420 Feet Highway 25, south. 4!/2 Acres Level, fenced, barn, other buildings. 100x200 Lot 'osc-in, north. 60x160 Lot Package of six, west. Otto "HUbert ... REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 20114 COMPROMISE— . co-director of Ihe summer recreation program on plans for the season. Bids on er.lrances to the senior high school building were received but were tabled for further study. Those entered were: Bet-R-Way Glass Company of Logansport, $5,5(!0; Construction Associates Inc. of Logansport $5,854,'and Hartford ! Glass Co., Inc. of Harlford Cily, ' $7,663. William Wilson reporled on work done by Ihe school cily at various schools during the spring vacation. The special appropriation • approved by Ihe board included S75,- 000 from Ihe cumulalive building fund for conslruclion of Ihe new special education building, and $50,000 from the special school fund to rep'.ace boilers at Riley junior high school building. A boiler survey contract to the archi- lecls for $700 is lo be included in Ihe laller fund, il was pointed out. Summer Program Fred Kinder, local track coach, who serves wilh John Mummerl as co-director of Ihe cily summer Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No.' 1 10.25 190 to 210 17.75 210 to 230 17.50 230 to 250 17.00 250 to 270 16.75 270 to 300 16.50 Sows 15.75 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 15 Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 14 Leghorn Hens - .11 tained two silver dollars and a $20 bill were missing after that break- in. • The boy denied that he was the person who had broken in the Funeral services for Miss Mary Elizabeth Ratcliff, 39, were con- dueled Tuesday aflernoon at the Chase-Miller chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. HOUSER Final riles for Mrs. Clara Ellen Houser, 72, Burneltsville will be conducled at 2 p. m. Wednesday al Ihe Baplisl church there with vacancy created by the resignation of Ralph Tucker of this cily. Mrs. Jane Master, 68, Succumbs in Hospital Mrs. Jane Master, 68, route 1, died at 3 a.m. Tuesday al Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis following a lingering illness. Born in Monon on Aug. 26, 188S, she was the widow of Lynn Master who died lasl April 27. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Mary Maranski and Mrs. Martha Schmidt, both of Chi- Ihe Rev. W. E. Clarke and Ihe Rev. Virden Graham officiating.} am f c; houso through the same window shortly before Easter, however. In that burglarly only food was taken The boy and his parents are to," 1 charge report, to the Cass county proba- Mrs. Dolly Bonncll, Win- four sons, Gilbert N'itz- Winamac; Howard Nitz- ceme^'Frromirmav 1 caU aTu^^ «*«™ b - ™'= Major Ni.r, residence. The Fisher "niorluary ^; ( ^^^^. Burial will be made in the Davs| SC1 . tion officer Tuesday evening. Third Street Market Veals Lambs Veal Hides Br-ef hides 04% Eggs .18 .16 .12 .25 CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry about steady; 65,000 !bs. USDA price changes: Light hens 12V4-14; White Reck fryers 22V4-23. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 38%-39'A; processed loaf 30-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B 39-41; C 36-38. Butter steady; 1,133,000 Ibs; 93 recreation program reports on plans for the .summer, which he said will include all regular events and <J2 score 59; 90 score 5<i'A; plus classes in swimming at the'89 score 55%. Municipal pool where the- stuff hopes to teach some 1,500 children to swim this year. In addition will be a casting contest, fishing derby, art exhibit, bike races, tennis tourney, swimming meet, a '.-hole golf tourney Tor youngsters, a putting contest, horseshoe contest and the watermelon feed. The summer recreation staff will include Don Schmidt for tennis; Gene Harkin and Kinder at the swimming pool and track; Marian Allen in charge; of art and ceramics; Mumrr.crt, Rex Hunter and Dick Spall in charge of baseball; Markin and Hunter on special playground games and activities. Kinder said the .summer program would start on June 10 and conclude on August id. Three now elementary teachers were hired for local schools for next fall. They arc: Marilyn GrandstalT, who taught this yenr at Monnn; John A. Maracco, Jocnl man, who has been teaching at Butler Tp. In Miami county and Emalino Hassbruck, who is graduating from Indiana State Teachers college. The school calendar for 1957-58 term shows orientation days for teachers on Wednesday a.'id Friday, August 211 and 30, while pupils report to school for assignments on Thursday, August 29. No school I., planned on Labor Day, Monday Eggs about steady; 26,400 cases; white large and mixed large extras iJB; mediums 25'/4; standards 27'/i; current receipts 26V4. Neon Sign Catches Fire A neon sign at the front of the Flanegin hardware store, 310 East Market street, caught fire at 2:40 a.m. Tuesday, but firemen quickly extinguished the flames. Damage was confined to the sign. The -firemen were also called at 5 p.m. Monday to the Washington school, at Cicotl street and West Wabash avenue, where some smoke from a trash can outside the building caused a fire scare. Three From Cass Attending National Presbyterian Meet The Rev. Harold King, pastor of the local Calvary Presbyterian church,,and Carl Schwalm, Walton, route 2, a member of the Martin M. Post parish, left Monday for Omaha, Nob., as the official representatives of the 53 churches of the Logansporl. Presbytery at the KiDth annual General Assembly of the Presbyterian church. CHfCAGO LIVESTOCK Hogs 8,500; generally steady to weak, few early sales ns much ns 25 lower; No, 2-:!, 190 - 225 Ibs 17.75-18.25; fow lots No. 1-3 these weights 1(1.25-18.50; No 2-3, 230290 Ibs 17.00-17.90. Cattle 8,000, calves 200; fed steers stoady to 25 lower; heifer.s mostly steady; vea-lcrs unchanged; bulk average good to low choice fed steers 1250 !'bs down 20.7523.25; bulk choice steers 23.5024.50; load high choice to low prime 25.25; bulk low to average choice fed holfcrs 22.25-23,25; moderate showing high choice to low prime 1000 - 1200 Ibs 23.50 - 2-1.00; good and choice vealcrs 20.0026.00. Sheep 700; steady on all classes; good and choice shorn lambs 22.2523.25. BAKER Final riles for Clarence L. Baker, 81, will be conducted at Ihe Kroeger chapel at 10 a. m. Thursday with the HI. Rev. Msgr. John P.'schnll officiating. Burial will be made in Ml. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Wednesday,. MASTER Final rites for Mrs. Jane Master, 68, route 1, will be conducted at 1 p. m. Friday at the Chase-Miller apel wilh the Rev. Jack Gambil officiating. Burial will be made in Greenland cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel ai'ler 2 p. m. Wednesday. Connecticut Child Is Brutally Slain WOLCOTT, Conn. (UP) — The body of a pretty blonde nine- year-old girl was found in a thicket alongside a country road Mon- around her neck and 17 stab The body is at the Chase-Miller chapel where friends may call after 2 p.m. Wednesday. Final riles be conducted there at 1 p.m. Friday with the Rev. Jack Gambil officiating, Burial will be made iii Greenland cemetery. Conduct Last Rites For Milo Cutshall AKRON, Ind.—Final rites for Milo Cuishall. H3, lifelong resident of Akron, were conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Ihe Akron Methodist church, Rev. Claude Fawns officiating. Burial was in the Ak'-ou cemetery. His death occurred Saturday. Born on March 24, 1874. near Akron, he was the son of Arnold and Sarah Eshclman Cutshall. ]U> was married Oct. 17, 1895, to Martha Pontius, who (lied in 1(145. A building contractor, he was a member nf the Methodist church, Masonic lodge, Order of Eastern Star and Knights of Pvlhins. all of Akron, and the North Central In, . , , , .(liana Contractors association, wounds in her chest. ! Sui . v j von! an , two daughters. Police said Hroiula Jean Dou-'Mrs. William Kret/.iueier, Bate::- cotte apparently h;id been abduct- jville; Mrs. LaMoinc 11,-imJ. Akron; cd while walking to school in;three} jjramh'hildren and six groal- nearby Bristol Monday morning. Her body was found alxnil three miles from the Fall Mountain , T ,'! e ™ ev ',- G °L dOI J, T f acn .. r> aslnr< ' School where she WHS in the third grade. An autopsy showed she had not been raped, according !o police. of the Martin M. Post parish, nc compnnied Rev. King and Schwalm to Omaha. They are attending pro-assembly meetings which started Tuesday. The Thursday and the session will last I a week. The local men will return home on May 23. f Robert H. Coleman INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK Ho;!s 8,000; steady to 25 lower; 185-250 Ib 17.75-111.25, fow 18.41118.75; 250-280 H) 17.25-17.75; 300-320 U) 17.00; 120-160 lib 15.00-16.50, few 16,75; 160-185 Ib 17.00-18.00. Ca'.t'.e 2,700; calves 200; steady oo strong; good and choice steers Sept. 2 and Ihe first actual day! 20.50-24.00; high of school work will be on Tuesday, ! 24 - 5l) : £° otl and Sept. 3. Teachers association meetings are scheduled Oct. 24 and 25, Thanksgiving vacation on Nov. 28 and 29; Christmas vacation from Dec. 23 to Jan. 3; Easier vacation April 7 to .1.1. Closing of schools is set for June 4. choice steers choice heifers 20.0fl-23.00; vea-lcrs strong to 50 higher; good and choice 20,0024.50; few prime 25.00. Sheep 150; steady; shorn lambs 21.50; choice spring lambs 25.00. Plans New Dwelling On Frederick Street E. W. lloimlich, of 9 Frederick street, will construct a new ¥10,000 dwelling on the same street, according to an application for a building permit filed with the city clerk. Another request was from Mrs. Harriet Widencr, to add a $500 room to the reisclence, 1413 Liberty street. FIREMEN CALLED City firemen were called to Burlington avenue at 10:20 a.m. Monday, when the brakes on a car driven by Martin Driscoll, 905 Race street, started smoking just soutli of Coifax street. c. Farms | FOR SALE: The Dudley L. Dalzellj 33-acrc farm, 1 mile south of Twelve Mile. All modern 7-roomi house, good barn and-several out buildings. Selling to settle estate. This is a real farm: Priced to sell. Possession. Jack Morris, Agt., Akron, Ind. WIDOW must sell 80 acre (arm In Cass Co Immediate possession. $18,00000 Lloyd Jefferics, Realtor. 403 East 13th, Rochester, phone 1441. LOANS PLRIH NOTE—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL 1 SECURITY • CONSOLIDATE DCIT] • CA9H YOU NHD • MEDICAL tllLS • ANY GOOD PURPOSE TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAILEY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. J23J 410'-i E.. Broadway U. S. Indicts James Hoffa CD Deputy Sheriff's Unit to Sponsor Dance The Civil defense special deputy sheriff's group will sponsor a round and square dance Friday, May 24, at Ihe armory, il was announced today by Wayne Schncf- er, Cass counly civil defense director. Proceeds of the affair will be used to purchase equipment and uniforms for the unit, which is ready !.o work throughout Cass county in the event of any emergency or disaster, assisting the sheriff's department. Their most, recent activity is Ihe checking of vehicles in the safety car check in rural areas. Will Is Probated The entire cslale of Ihe laic Robert H. Coleman. who died May 7, was bequeathed to his wife, Ethel, in his will which was filed for probato Tuesday in the Cass circuit court. The wife was named executrix of (hi! will, dated July M, 1'-155. The estate was npi'nod through the law firm of Laiulis ami Michael. GAI'NSBOIUHKiH, rales Jt't i-: n ir 1 a i (UP)—A lioyal An- Force Vampire ji'l plane was disintegrated by lightning while flying over Gainsborough during a thunderstorm Monday. Parts of Ihe plane were scal- gramlchildri'ii. A son, Willis, pre- coded him in death. Special Education Group Names Officers The final meet inn of Ihe .season for Ihe Special Education Study group of the Mentally Retarded and Crippled Children's society was he-Id Monday evening at Dykr- nian park. A picnic was enjoyed and olTii-i.Ts elected. Games and contests wore played wilh prizes going to Madeline Brandt, and Marilyn Jones. New officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Carl Ik-null, president; Mi's. Sewaril Drake, vice-president; .Mrs. liobert. Wysniiy, secretary; Mrs. John Lombard), treasurer; Mrs. Karl Levy, program chairman; Mrs. Kmma Applelon, devotions, and Mrs. Henry Jones, reporter. DELAY HASKHAI.L GAMR Tuesday's Norlh Central conference baseball game between Logansport anil Marion was postpon- lereil about the town. The body i.fi ( . ( | ], v wet grounds un'.il 2 o'clock 'be Saturday aflenioon, according to •Coach liex Hunter. the pilot pitinged llirough roof of a new house. Failure of Britain's Syez Policy Is Threat to Macmillan Government Britain and Egypt moved today'some of those funds along the slow and twisting path: canal lulls. toward full restoration of their pro- Suez relations, but the move brouglr. open rebellion in the British Conservative Parly and a new Labor a'.tempt to bring down Ihe government of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. The Laborites asked for a vote of confidence T h u r s d a y on in British'sador Henry Calml l/od^e. Mm So- eiirity Cmineil president for May, Britain's ncwesl "capitulation" to NEW YORK (UP) — D e t r o i t Teamster leader James R. I-Iofta Ksyf i> s President Granal Abdel and Iwo others were mdiclcd lo-' Nasscl . ont ) nopc( | Lno Conserva- day by a federal Brand jury on. Uvo . Party rev()|l W|)u](| he , thcm chariies of conspiring to violate forec now par i lamenlary clcc . the anti-wire lap laws. Named wilh Hoffa in Ihc Indictment were Bernard Brcnnan, president of Teamslera Local 337, and Bernard Splmlcl, a professional wirela.pper. They are accused of lapping telephones in the Teamsters Union headquarters building in Delrolt, particularly calls concerning Uie Senate Rackets Committee investigation of corruption in unions. The three conspired to use infor- malion gained from Ihe wiretaps and pass il on to others without permission from Ihe persons making Ihe calls, the indictmenl said. Plan Safety Check At Royal Center A safety check of automobiles will be conducted by the Cass county sheriff's department al tions. _0ne junior Conservative minister, one member of the House of Lords and eight members of Ihe House of Commons quit Conservative Parly ranks in prolesl aKainsl Macmillan's decision to lei British shipping use the Suez Canal on Egypt's terms. Miicmlllan slill had a majority of 45 in Commons, but a block of abslenllons by Ihe Suez rebels eould bring down his government and force new general elections. The Laborilcs were convinced Ihey could win. Hopes For Tlmw Diplomatic sources in Cairo said current economic negotiations between Egypt and Britain would open Uie way later for restoring full diplomatic relations but Lhey said the process would be a The British decision lo use Ihe, said Israel crealetl a threat lo SUCK Canal on Knypl's terms i peatv by building a bridge in this bniiijlht reports from Jerusalem| cleir.-ilitarixed area t>f the Huloh lhal Israel would try to send a : marshes in northeast Palestine. Uie canal in a lo lest Enypl's cargo through chartered ship blockade at the first opportunity. But Israeli sources said the nation would hold up its plans to send an Israeli-owned vessel through Ihe canal until U.N. Secretary-Genorn! Dag llainmarskjold tries to soften the Egyptian altitude, l.sniol has warned Kgyplian allempts to hall Uie ship would be taken as an "art of war." Israel did not make it clear what il. would do if the Egyptians stopped its cargo. Current plans call for the cargo lu he shipped lo Haifa from East Africa alward tiie Danish vessel Jens Toft which would he chartered lo Israel, The lesl ship will try il. later. Arab Kings to Mcel An Israeli delegalion s|X)kc.s- maji at the United Nations said meanwhile Syria's latest complaint against his country appeared lo be part of an Arab move to throttle Israel's economy. Syria, in a letter lo U.S. Ambas- Israeli officials took the view lhal Syria was trying to iliverl al- tcaliim from Ihe forthcoming meet- inn of i hive pro-Western Arab kiniis in Iraq and at ti'ic same limci bolster Ihe prestige of the Damascus government "t a time of threatened iwlitieal upheavals al home. Kim; Hussein of Jordan Is to join King Sand of Saudi Arabia and King I'Visal of Iraq in Iraq later this week in a meeting which is expecle'i to move all three nn- linns closer to the West and cut further Jordan's tics with ^gypt and Syria. In this connection Jordan nn- nounced a major diplomatic shuffle involving the replacement "f all personnel in the Jordanian embassy in Cairo and the appointment of a new military governor. .Jordan also was reported naming new ambassadors U> Baghdad and Washington. SALE CALENDAR May If}—Walter & Kntherinc Stoll Est Norman Tool Royal Center from* 5:30 to 8:30 lengthy one. The two nations be p.m. Wednesday, according Sheriff 0. R. Cnrson. to gin economic talks in Rome dur- i ing the next Iwo weeks. Any molorists in' lhat vicinity! Egypllan sources hoped Ihe first who desire to have their vehicles checked should go to Royal Center in that three-hdur period, Ihe sheriff said. slep would be Ihe lliawlng out of 2110 million dollars in pounds sler- ling frozen by Brilaln al slart ot Ihe Suez crisis. Egyipl will now get May 15—3rd Street E. U. B. Church Viney, Auct. May. 18—Dudley Dalzell Est Ralph Rinchart & Sons. Auct. May 18—Mrs. Pearl Curtes, Estate Ralph Rinohart & Sons. Auct. May 24—D. 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