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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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Evening, May 21, 11957. 11. FOR SALE BEAT THE HEAT IN OUR COTTONS AT The Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to buy WANTED: Used drum set. Call 9932 after 5 p.m. WANTED: Used wood lathe. Phone . 3388. WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. 4 ROOMS, bath and garage. $500 down, balance like rent. Box A- 256 this newspaper. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners. 324 4th. Phone 3610. 7-ROOM house, Wheatland avenue, modern, large !ot, fruit trees/Ph. 2840 days, 40766 evenings. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses Columbia School 3 bedroom, 2 story frame. New Oath, new kitchen, new carpet in living room, new automatic gas furnace, new front porch. Here we have a nice home for the. asking price of $9,000. Owner transferred, will give June l possession. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Two modern homes in Fulton. Barker Realtor, Fulton. WANTED TO BUY: Small home, state location and price. Box A-248 this newspaper. FOR SALE: House in Burrows, 4 bedrooms and bath, built-in cabinets and dishwasher, dining room and large living room both carpeted, full basement, combination storm windows and doors, oil furnace, hot water heat, large garage. Several fruit' trees. Lot 180'x212' on highway 25. Phone Burrows 23-B after 6 p.m. or anytime Saturday or- Sunday. FOR SALE: 6 room house. Easy terms. Dr. Overholser, Winamac. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Latest Market Reports DEEPER IN THE RED Instalment debt pu<h*s to p»alc but rot* of gain ii slowing up. «o Initalmrn! D.bt Outstanding AMIL 1 Of EACH YIAN Dnr«: r««l»Ml H*,i,r«a loard Morris Kate • Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type Above UuotuEloni 190 to 210 18.00 210 to 230 17.65 230 to 250 ,. 17.25 250 to 270 16.85 270 to 300 16.60 Sows 15.75 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 NEW 3-bedroom house, attached garage. Ph. 21851. FOR SALE: Beautiful 3 bedroom new home. Shown by appointment. Call before 1 p. m.. Phone 50425. SAVE $1000 on 3-bedroom home in Rochester, new addition, F. H. A. approved. Owner leaving town Rochester CA-35994. FOR SALE 6 rooms. One bedroom down, 2 up. Hardwood floors. Living room and dining room. Eariy possession. Michigan Avenue. PIERCE AGENCY, Inc. Realtor 218 Fourth St. Ph. 3939 or 2774 Stadium Dr. Conventional 3 bedroom cottage, 2 years old, nicely located on attractive lot in new addition. Hardwood floors, birch cabinets, garage. Immediate possession. $2,000 down may handle. Summit Dr. AH modern Iwo bedroom on landscaped lol in Roselawn Addition. Heavy construction, plastered walls, birch kitchen cabinets, full basement, 1'A car garage, newly decorated. Immedi- ate'possession. Owner has reduced price for quick sale. Suburban Owner transferred. Says sell this large 3 bedroom ranch house located on spacious corner lot, Rolling Ridge Add'n. Three bedrooms', living, dinclle, kilchen, and extra nice ^4'x20-' paneled family room. Well landscaped. This property is priced right! These quality listings shown by appointment only, and We have many others. DaleW.McNutt YOUR RKALTOR Off ice 21)211 live. 2-17H7 NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. b. Lots LARGE lols, reasonable. 21851 or 56010. Phone BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. RESTRICTED, 100x200, Logansport schools. West's, north edge| of Broadripple bridge. j RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. South on Highway 29 Phone 5-6590. 8 LOTS on'Northern avenue, 100- foot frontage. Phone 3897. • CHICAGO llVeSTOCK CHICAGO' '(UP)—Livestock: Hogs 8,000; • moslly steady through mid-session, later trade and close gleady to 25 lower; No 1-3 190-230 Ibs 18.25-19.10'; .230-270 Ibs 17.50-18.35. Cattle 9',500, calves 200; steers and heifers steady to 25 lower, vealers steady; high choice and prime steers 24.50 - 26.25; bulk choice steers 22.75-24,25; good to low choice-20.00-22.50; bulk good, and choice heifers 21.00-23.00; with two loads choice and. prime 24.00;good . and choice vealers 22.0026.00. Sheep 1,000; lainbs 50 lower; good and choice shorn lambs 20.0022.25; small lol choice and prime spring lambs 24.00-25.00. Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens '... .11 Heavy Hens 15 Third Street Market Veals .; 18 Lambs 16 Veal Hides : 12 Bnef hides i 04% Eggs 25 ARKANSAS RIVER CHASES TULSA RESIDENTS Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens 14 Leghorn Hens '......, .11 190 Producers Stockyards to 230 No. 1 .;. 18.75 190 to 210 V •....••18.25 210 to 230 '.. 17.80 230 to 250 17,35 250 lo 270 ..,' 16.90 270 to 300 16.65 Sows 15.75 down Boars 7.0Q-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS slock: (UP) Livc- THE SCENE looks peaceful, but. it must be irritating as the Arkansas' river flows under, around and through homes in Tulsa, Okla. The auto is window deep. Residents of this area bad ample warning-, and got out. ' - • (International Sound-photo) LOTS, 140' frontage, 250' to 300' deep, $500 to $625. 6-1/3 acres, $1775. Contracls available. 2'/4, miles north of Dykeman Park, | Logansport. Herb Baker, 705 Grove, Kokomo,' Phone GL-20913. c. Farms 30 Acre farm, 5 miles out on blacktop road.' 4 bedrooms, all modern home. Barn, 2-car garage, chicken house. Logan schools. Spring possession of land. Will trade up or soil straight out, 68- Acre farm on county line, all tillable but 5 A. building site. This farm has a vory good all-modern home, full basement, expandable aliic, garage, barn ami tool shed. We still can give spring possession. Might consider trade or contract sale. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Cliflon Ave. Phone 2684 AT Nyona Lake. Large modern home, barn, 2A., fish, hunl on place. Khrhardl, Macy, R. 1, ind. Vacant. WIDOW must sell 80 acre farm in Cass Co. Immediato possession. $18,000.00. Lloyd Jeffcries, Realtor. 403 East 13th, Rochester, phone 1441. 5-ROOM HOME Modern, north edge of city on highway. Modern kitchen, nice bath, new gas furnace, utility room, 2 lols, 2-<j;ir garage. This home is clean and neat. 3-BEDROOM Modern brick home. Soulbside. Full basement, 2-car garage. Possession in a few days. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY,. Inc. 125 Fourth SI. Phone 3003 Keep Milk Clean, Cold, Capped, Dark URBANA, ill.—Four simple rules, labeled "Three C's and a D," can help delivered milk stay at its best, University of Illinois experts say. "Simply keep the milk clean, cold, covered and dark," the rules statu. Provide a wood or mc'tal insulated box for the milk if you have it home-delivered. Sunlight can cause a loss ol riboflavin or a "sunlight" off-flavor. Be sure Ihe milk carton or bol- lle is nol dirty on the oulside be- Fore placing inside Ihe refrigerator. Return unused milk to the refrigerator immediately so il does not have; n (thnncc to gel warm. Don't mix fresh milk with old, unless you are going to use the mixture immediately. Otherwise, a sUilc flavor may develop. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (UP) - Butter about steady; receipts 715,000 Ibs.; wholesale selling prices; AA (93 score) 60%-60'«; A (92 score) 60-" 6014; B (SO score) 58V<-58Vs. Eggs weaker; receipts 20,100 cases; wholesale selling prices; Minimum 10 per cent AA quality, includes nearbys; Large 48'A- 50 Ibs; White 30V4-33; brown 32-3:1. Medium: White 24&-25'/4; brown 27'A-28. ' . Extras minimum 65 per cent A quality, 'includes Midwestern; Large 4a'A-50 !hs: While 3014-31'A;! brown 31^-32%; mixed colors 3031. ; Mediums minimum BO per cent A: White 24V4-25V4; mixed color 24 !4-2514. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: Large 45-48 Ibs; While WA-'M'h; •mixed colors 29-30. 17.50-17.75, 15.50-17.00; 250-275 Ib 120-160 tb 17.25-18.25. CalUe 3,000; calves to 25 lower; good Set July 1 Deadline For Accepting Wheat- Quota Applications The deadline for accepting applications for "new- farm" allotments, for the 1958 winter wheat „, „ , , j crop is July 1, according to Nelson ?tl D ,o°" e ^,i ,:?? |M - Barr, chairman of tile Cass "'"" county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservalon committee. In the spring wheat area March few 1B.OO; 160-180 Ib 300-; sleady and choice steers and heifers 20.00-23.50; standard 17.00-19.50; vealers sleady; good and choice 21.0024.50; choice and prime 25.00. Sheep 300; 50 lower; good and choice spring lambs 20.00-24.00. . CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live 'poullry sleady; 94,000 Ibs. No USDA price changes. Cheese steady;, single daisies and long-horns 38%39'/i; processed load 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B 39-41; C 36-38. Butle 93 and 92 score 59; 90 89 score 55. Eggs aboul .sleady; 25,000 cases; white large and mixed large extras 28; mediums 24Vi; standards 27'/j; current receipts 26'A. More Rains But Warmer By UNITED PKESS Temperatures headed for tihe 80s today despite gloomy skies and , the threat of more rain, including !^ rand f'^srsc'd "the Marxist. Socialist Party Adopts Stand at Annual Convention MICHIGAN CITY (UP) - The Socialist Labor Parly of Indiana announced today that it held its 26lh annual convention here Sun- downpours in the extreme north portion ot Indiana. 1, 1958, is the closing date' lor ac- i Readings from 78 lo BO were excepting such applications. I peeled this afternoon over the en- To be considered tor an allot-1 tire lower two-thirds of Hoosier- ment on a .farm, which had no!i an d, with highs up to 92 in the ••• about steady; 848,000 Ibs; wl ' eat ; M .woro M. fxr^m-P MA- facl !"' s wheat seeded for graip for. any of the years 1955, 1956 and 1957, but on which wheat will be needed for grain in 1058, the farmer must apply in writing lo the county ASC committee office, where application forms are available. While an application form will be mailed to a farmer upon request, Ihe farmer must complete the form and file il at Ihe County ASC office on or before Ihe closing dole, July 1, for the 1958 winter 56Vi; Gomulka Scores Victory Over Polish "Stalinists" in 'ik defiance i licipalion in the Soil Bank's Acre d"s present ™l- \ »& e Reserve- program^ willi rcspcc , . . . . . • . ' s lo be dclermincd in determining eligibility ot applicants far south Wednesday. But the most significant weather news was the probability tihat the north portion would get "locally heavy rains" today and tonight in Ihe course of shower and ( thunder- slorm activity. Elsewhere, showers and thunderstorms were due, too, but (in a |De Leonisl analysis of the causes oi war, depression, juvenile delinquency and all oilier social ills presently affecting mankind." A statement signed with the names of Gordon A. J/ong, chairman, and Casimcr JCanozuzewski said the "Indiana organization resolved to increase il.s activity to- svards the end that the capilalisl system be replaced with a Socialist Industrial Union Administration wherein all industries will be socially owned and democratically managed with production being curried on for use instead of sale Yankee Star Is Arrested For Assault Hank Bauer Charged With Attacking Fellow Customer in New York Nightclub ' NEW YORK (UP) - Yankee • outfielder Hank Bauer was booked on a charge of felonious assault today for allegedly socking a fellow customer In a nightclub brawl. Bauer was booked at a police station after a citizen's arrest by Ms self - styled victim, Edwin Jones. The arrest took place in the district attorney's office where both parties had conferred for one hour. Bauer denied he hit Jones or anybody e!se in the Copacabaiia nightclub hassle which by some accounts pitted five partying Yankee ball players against a parly of Manhattan bowlers. ' Bauer's attorney said he was "confident that Bauer ultimately will be vindicated fully." When he is, attorney Sidney Friedman said, Jones "will be responsible to Mr. Bauer in damages for false arrest" and Bauer will "hold him to strict accountability." Jnoes' atlorncy, Anthony Zin- galcs, bad announced previously he would not only press charges against Bauer but also would file suit for $250,000. Jones, a Washington Heights delicatessen owner, bore no outward signs that he had been punched in the face during the nightclub affair Thursday morning. "I'm not guilty," Bauer told newsmen as he arrived at Die district . attorney's office. Neither. Bauer or any other Yankee hit Jones, Bauer's attorney said. Court Notes scattered basis. There was ajand profit." chance of showers again Wednes-i The statement quoted Aria Alday. Earlier long-range outlooks j baugh, the parly's candidate re- indicated Hoosiers could expecl wnlly for governor of Ohio, as the entiro ; saying in a lalk Ihat. "Ihe so-called ';-ighl In work' I«T,VS are devoid of rain frequently during week. will include tillable acreage, type j " " 1 Polish Communist leader Wla-|t.o go even farther dysiaw Gomulka has won an im-jlo Russia. In Poland's of soil, topography of farm, the operator's farming system, extent to which his livelihood depends on his -farming, operations and tho reason wheat has not been planted in any' one of the three previous years. Producers on farms which receive "new farm" wheat allotments will -not be eligible (or par- • 'e-1 l! Despite overcast skie.s Monday, e rain was recorded. A dri/./.le and light showers in some areas were barely measurable on ruin gauges. moaning as to insure anyone a real 'right lo work', I hat they definitely extend the repressive and regulative power of the stale over labor." Doc Quigg Takes His Pick or Best Quotes porlanl victory in his fight to maintain an independent policy. "Stalinist" Reds who i.iad hoped to force Poland's return to the satellite status it occupied before the revolt of last October have suffered a corresponding defeat. Gomulka won his victory at a four-day meeting »[ Uie central commi'lloe of the Polish Communist Party, or the United Workers Parly as it is called officially. The "Stalinists" meeting prepared entered the lo make a strong bid to increase their strength in the central committee and thus head Poland back lo- ward complete subservience to Soviet Russia. The "Stalinists" failed. Instead, two strong supporters of Gomulka were elected to tho commillee. One "Stalinist" leader wa.s ousted. Three Party Junctions There are three factions in the Polish Communist Party. IMiey are the "Stalinists," called the right wing; the "revisionists," called the left wing, and Gomulka's supporters called "centrists." .The revisionists want Gomulka 1'OR SALE: Monlicello, Indiana, Beautiful 3 bedroom all modern home. Available on contract. Phone 043 Monticello, 825 N. Main Street. David W. Crutchfield. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, 4 bccf- foom, east North Street, Tile luith, ample closets and cabinets. Phone 7350, Special Deputies To Meet Wednesday Special deputy sheriffs of Cass county will meet at 7:110 p. m. Wednesday in the north court room of the court house, according to Sheriff 0. R. Carson. They will make plans for the benefit clnnce to be held Friday night, Mny 'M, at the armory, to raise funds' for uniforms for the group. llciullx Guts Contrud. DAYTON, Ohio (UP)—The Air Materiel Command today awarded five contracts totaling $14,175,075. One went lo Bcndix Aviation Corp., Bcndix Products Div., South Bond, Ind., $1,.110,075 for spare parts, wheels and brakes. LOANS PLAIN NOTE—AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY CONSOLIDATE TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAILEE'S MARKET LOGANSPORT. INDIANA Ph. 215:2 410' i f Broodwa Chooses Jail nation, complicated rious economic trouble.;, they are as big a menace to Gomulka as arc'the "StalinisLs." Al the lire', day's session of Ihe central committee, it looked as if the Stalinists were going lo come oul on lop. Gomulka siiarply allacked, the revisionists. H 8 said Ihat parly .unily was absolutely necessary, and thai the revisionists were line chief danger to unity. He invited any members who refused lo follow the praty line lo turn in their membership cards or face Ihe possibility of expulsion. He tempered this by saying that Hie parly line is lo liberalize ag- riciiHural policy, maintain Hie present working agreement with Ihe Roman Culholic Church and renounce any return lo terroristic secret police rule. • Stalinists Malic Hid T!ie "Stalinists" took heart at Gomulka's speech. They allacked liis poiicies, They tried lo force through a resolution saying Ihat Russia must be supreme in Ihe Communist worid and condemning the Hungarian revolt which Russian Iroops suppressed. Gomulka responded by a direct altack on the "Slalinisls." He said that Poland, under his leadership, would not KO back lo subservience to Russia. The result i/f Ihe central committee was lo pul Gomulka in probably Ihe strongest position ho has enjoyed since he returned to his post of firs', secretary of the Communist Parly last Oclobcr. There are still right and left wings in the party. But they have both been weakened by Uomuikn's firm stand, and any hope that Soviet Russian rulers may have lhal Poland will reverl lo satellite status has been substantially diminished. Barr said, Presbyterian Church Takes Merger Step OMAHA (UP)—'Phe 169Hi general assembly of Ihe Presbyterian Church in the United Stales of America has la-ken the firsl slup toward a merger with the United Presbyterian Church of North America. The general a s.s e m b 1 y voted unanimously Monday in favor of the merger with tho smaller No.-tb American church which has 250,000 members in the United Stales and 80,000 abroad. Membership in Die combined church will total about three million. The vole on the merger came after Dr. Robert W. Gibson, presi- denl of Monmpulii College, Mon-jacl! mouth, HI., and mo'derator of the By DOC QUICG United Press Stuff Correspondent NEW YORK (UP)—One of Uie delights of being a member of the human race is taking note of the occasional utterances that gleam in the news like diamonds in a dustbin. Charles E. Wilson, for instance, is a sparkler who has brightened Ihe recent, years of our lives. You may remember some of his recent quolc.s but still have forgotten back in 1054 he said; "Back in Detroit we had a saying that an expert is a mechanic away from home." In !hc sanie year, Ava Gardner gave out wilh a recolleclion of how she crashed Hollywood. It went like this:' "Aifter my screen test, the director clapped his hands gleefully and to evaluule his cxiwrionces as a fighting general, defined one of the imponderables of war: "Bravery is the capacity In perform properly even when scared half to death." Winston Churchill, a phrase- maker of long standing, lei Ihe world know wlinl "One who feeds :inpeaser is: crocodile — hoping il will cul him last." Mrs. .luanita Collins. 415 Twentieth street. :isks custody of their three children and support lor the children in a suit for divorce from Harold F. Collins filed Tuesday in the Cass circuit court. She ciiarges cruelty. The couple was married Nov. 25, 1947, and separated May 15, this year, according lo the complaint filed through the law firm of Miller, Babcock and Tolbert. Judge Clifford Wild found for the plaintiffs in a complaint on account brought by Lorcn and Curtis Kins, doing business as King's Hatcher;', against Orlando J. Bookwuller. Judgment was for $522.46. Harold C, Mull was the attorney for the plaintiff. In' II Rev. Brady As i-lew President Of Cass Ministers The Rev. Kenneth Brady, paslnr of the Ninth street Christian church, wa.s installed as president of Ihe Cass county Ministerial as- sociiilion at a dinner meeting »l __ Bishop 1'ullon Sheen uUercd hw [| 10 ,,,.„„„ Monday night at Ihe U]al . celebrated definition; "Baloney is Broa dway K.U.B. church. He suc- - i!ie unvarnished lie laid on so thick !eceds llu , Hev . H . H. Hashbcrgor. iyou hale it. niar-r.e.v is flattery; 0(ller new officers inslalled are Maid on so you love i' She can't smaller dhurch, reported his group favored lihe merger. Eli- Estimate Gorsline Estate at $29,000 The cslalo ol Mrs. Mary zabeth Gorsline, 81, who died iMay 15, was cslimaled at $25,000 in real estate and $4,000 in personal property when il was opened Tuesday in the Cass circuit court with the nppoinlmcnl of t.wo sons, John, of Log.'inspurl, and Robert, of Peru, as co-adminislralors. •Three sons and Ihrec daughters were listed a,s heirs. Norman Kies- ing is the attorney for the estate. JOANNE MARIE DAVIS, 17, gives tbo camera a fetching smile in Detroit utter defying police, Ja» nnd all. Sho was pinched for speeding and heard Judge George T. 'Murphy clccroo suspension of drivinfj license for a yoar, and $50 fine or 10 days in the hcwme ot correction. Jo- nnne sold she'd servo tho timo rather than pay. Papa arrived, *Jfl did Mttk Seven Fines Meted In City Court Cases Seven fines, including five for public intoxication, were assesed in city court Tuesday morning by ,'Judgu Harold Tuberly. Harry F, Small, of Royal Center, was fined $15 and $14.75 costs for speeding. Arraigned on a similar charge, Jerry Lee Harrison, of 512 Barl- lell streel, was assessed ' $5 and $14.75 ctisls. Cases aguinsl Maria Jann for disorderly conduct and Herman VHello filr malicious trespass were dismissed by tho state of Indiana. Announce Appointments INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Cover- nor Handlcy today appointed William P. Parse, Kokomo, anc George T. Hupp, LaPortc, as new members of the Indiana Real Es- take Commission. Handley also reappoinled Walter Evans, Indianapolis, and Harry Fitzgerald, Evansville. Parse replaced A.L. McKee, Anderson, and Hupp succeeds Howard D. Rorick, South Bend, OUT OF HOSPITAL WASHINGTON (UP) — Sen. William Longer (R-.\.D.), hospitalized Tor four months, was discharged from lh« Naval Medical Center al BetJiesda, Md., Monday 'or further recuperation al home. yelled; 'She can't talk! She's seasational! from a Gold Mine And Arnold Toynbee issued a rather alfable historian's current cliuraclorixaUon of the colossus of l!ie New World: "America is a large, friendly dog in a very small room. Every lime it wags its tail, it knocks over a chair." Those three nuggcsls are from a just.-published gold mine: "Best Quotes of '54, '55, '5(i," a compilation by James Beasley Simpson of the most memorable sayings of those Ihreu yours by people large and small, famous and obscure. The 1954 section alone is u joy lo behold. A random tour produces comments to fit the problems of Ihe time. Sen. Homer Ferguson, for instance, look a good look al the phenomenon known as the egghead and arrived al his own definition. "An esghcad," he said, "Is one who stands Dirmly.on both feel in mid-air on both sides of an issue." Omar Bradley, a man with time 'BANKED' FOUR HOURS BY PAL JOHN CHAFKI, JR., 17, nearly has to be carried from old bank vault In New Havon, Mich., whore he was imprisoned four hours. Smoke froni'a cutting torch got him. Chaffee and a friend, Richard Schrounctt, 19, were doing some cleaning in the building In preparation for a Ltona club party, and Richard shut tho vault door on John while "just tooHn?_WOWt*l Slate Driver on 2 Charges After Crash Charles F. Sailers, :»">. of 922 Slate street, was charged with driving under Ihe influence of intoxicants nnd reckless driving as a result of an accident. Monday night in the 600 block ol Helm street. Police said he turned his half- Ion truck right off Cicoll street and struck a parked car owned by Mahlon Stout, of l>10 Helm street. He will be arraigned in city court Saturday morning. An auto driven by Bruce Ihe llov. J. J. Saalwaechlor, vice- president; Ihe Hev. Balis Giles, .si'crelary-triiasurer; anil the Hev. lirnesl Carroll, corresponding scc- relury. The Rev. C. S. Fife was the In- slalling officer. The officers were elected last month. At n short business session the ministers discussed plans lor a worship chapel lo be included in the new addition lo Memorial hospital. of route !, narked car Walton, uwncd by Former Cass Man Dies in California Warren N. Munson, !>B, formerly of Cass county, died suddenly Monday at his home in Reseda, Calif., where he was employed by North American Aviation. The son of lidward and SaWie Pulton Munson, he bad resided in Cuss cuunly until J948. Survivors are the wife, Ihe former Klla Myers; four brothers, Jlerbert, GaJvcsloni Fred, Gary; Harry, in the West; and Oscar. Soiilh Bend; and three sisters, Mrs. . Jislher Miimmerl, Galvcston; Mrs. Two IruclTdrivors were'arrested Kva Bean, Wallmi; and Mrs. Ora Gish, 73, scraped a Mrs. William Baiinr, of :il5 Eighteenth street, while attempting lo park on Broadway between Fifth nnd Si.xlli slrccls. The ac- cidont occurred Monday afternoon but was reported Tuo.sday. Two Drivers Fined On Weight Charges by slate police in a weight check conducted Monday night at. Ihe scales al Ihe wesl edge of Logansport. Ted Parker, Delroil, Mich., charged with operating a truck 1,750 pounds overweight on tho drive axle, was assessed a total of $:13.75, and Alex Tolemy, Crown Point, charged with belli" 1,!>00 pounds overweight on the trailer axle, was assessed a total of $28.75 in the local justice court. Report 618 Enrolled For Summer Reading Enrollment in the city summer reading program reached 018 at noon Tuesday with 41 new registrations during (he morning after | 577 were enrolled Monday. Two more classes, first and Powers, Fort Wayne. Funeral riles and burial will bis in California. DICTOUIl IS UKTEI) INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - A 2fl- mile detour on U.S. !i2, main highway between Indianapolis and Cincinnati, was lifted today when the Indiana Stale Highway Department, pul back in opcralion , j i si retch of the r3ad between Indianapolis and Founlaintown. Tin; road was closed for weeks while crews paved bridge approaches between New Palestine and Carrollton. SET BEKKKEPKR SESSIONS LAFAYETTE (UP) — Regional- field days for Indiana beekeepers fourth vcheel. graders from were scheduled Jefferson to enroll al Ihe local public library for the program Tuesday afternoon. have been scheduled for May 25 al Washington, June I n*ar Plymouth, June 8 in Huntington and June 15 at Columbus, according lo U.K. Montgomery, Purdue b'nivcr.sily enlomologisl. SALE CALENDAR May 22—Joes Auction Tee], Auct. May 24—D. E. Stark Weddington May 25—Stony Pike Roller Rink Walton, Auct. May 21—Closing Out Sale O. J. Bookwaltcr Bridge, Auct. May 25—Pearl Pownell Est Burdette Garner May 29—John A. Watson Harry Bridges June 1—Jasper Fouts John A. Case, Auct.

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