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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Governor Will Decide Hildy McCoy Future TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UP)-,The fate of a fugitive Jewish couple's . six-year 'fight to keep little Hildy McCoy, whom they adopted from an unwed Roman Catholic mother, •hangs today on a legal decision by Gov. LeRoy Collins, Mrs, and Mrs. Melvin B. Ellis, charged with kidnaping Hildy after losing legal custody in Massachusetts, go before Collins in an extradition hearing. Collins took the unprecedented step of presiding personally because the decision involves so deeply the lives of the blonde, blue-eyed child and the many people who love her. Ellis said he was "touched deeply" on visiting the governor's office Wednesday to find there a •huge stack of letters, telegrams and petitions carrying as many as 10,000 signatures from people interested in Hildy. "You know," Ellis said, "the secretary told us she had read every one of them and that only around 100 were in favor of our being sent back to Massachusetts." Hildy's plight has tugged at many heart strings and stirred a religious controversy as well as a court battle in Massachusetts. The mother, Marjorie McCoy, said she did not know the Ellises were Jewish when she signed adaption papers when Hildy was 10 days old. The Ellises offered Hildy to her but Miss McCoy, since married, said she did not want Hildy herself. She won a court order that Hildy be turned over to an orphanage for placement in a Roman Catholic home. Delphi Coach and Mrs. Robert Gordon of South Delphi are the parents of a son Brock Reid, born Tuesday morning at St. Elizabeth hospital. Mr. Gordon took their daughter, Debbie, to the home of his wife's parents near Muncie, Tuesday, who will spend a week there while Mrs. Gordon is in the hospital. Mr. and Airs. Elton Wallar of Downey, Calif., were week end guests of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wallar of Burrows at the remodeled old McCain homestead at Rockficld. On Sunday the silver anniversary of the Elton Wallars was celebrated with a dinner in their honor. Other guests wore his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallar and a brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wallar of Muncie. Mrs. 'Charles Melson, of Delphi, v;as elected vice president of the ]95fi Convention of Christian Churches (Disciples ot Christ) at the 118th annual convention held at The Third Christian Church in Indianapolis and the Mural Tern- pie from Thursday through Sun- MITICK KTATB OF INDIANA) )HK; COUNTS Ol.' 1 C'.\HS > NOTICK TO A.1,,1. I-KUKONS 1N- TKIlKKTIilJ IN Til 10 10HTATK UK AI'VKK HAINKS GINN. JJm:miK(;'l. In UKI Circuit. C'Jllrl. oC CUHW County. April Term. Ifl67. Otunu .Nuniliur H'll I. In Lhu uiiiUur nl' tint KHlalo o£ AlvUf UlUllCM (illlll, <llu:i!RHC<l. Notlcu l» hcirohy K'lvoti Lliat L'cut'i Cllnii an J'uniuiml JtuiiriuiuntuUvo of tlio uhovo minimi urnum, hint JII-M- jiiintod uml fllucl ln:r account. In flnuL HouhMiKinl ol' Hkld unLatu, ulid that Lliu .sanio will i:im>u up for the examination ami action of nald Circuit Court, on thu Mill day al Juno. i:ir,7, at which thno nil pm'.iomi IntimtHLud In Haiti UHUUO aro ruiiulnsd Lo upjusar In Maid court and Hliovv caumt, IL' any tln-rn be, why ttald account, tthoulu not IH; upprovucl. And lliu hidi'H oi: nald Uoccdoiil and all othorM luturCKl >:,•! urn aldo roqulred to jLiinuar and Jmikij firm/; 1 ttf Ihnlt' hwrwh.'N of clalnm t,u any part of mild uMtato.' I'KAKIj (.JINN I VrHonu I KupruHuntative <i. L. HILUIJAKIOU Attorney day. The daytime services were held at the church and the evening services at the Murat Temple. At the Friday evening banquet Mrs. Melson and Mrs. Robert Pearson of Delphi and Clayton Million of the Oak Grove Christian Church were given churchmanship awards for their outstanding work in their churches. • There. were many from the local church among the 6,000 in attendance. Rev. R. H. Miller, Jr., of the Eastside Christian Church of Evansville was elected president of the organization. NOTICIC OK AIJMIMHTUAT10N aTATK OK INDIANA) IKS: COUNTY OK CA.SS ) IN T1IIJ OAKS CIRCUIT COUilT, A.JMIII, TUUM. 11167. Notice In hurcliy Hlvoii that Ooldlu 1'itLUinion wau, on l!2ud day oT May, i!)!>7, appointed Adinlnl- mratrlx ot th« OHtato ot UltUUIli . All poi'HoliH liavliiK' c!alniH UKalmit Haiti uHtalc, wiinthor or not now due, numi fliu thn «ainti In tialcl court within K|X {II) month*! from Ihu diitu of thn I'lrnt puhll- <:atlon of thin notU-.u or imld clalmn •will tut forcvur Imrrud. iJatiid at Lottamijiorl, Indiana, thl.s SZlid day of .May, 1017. BLI/.AUKTII niJ-JKKIl (.'lurk tit thn Circuit. Court for CIIIIM County,' Indiana HANfvA i». HMAIJ. ALtornoy for lOjitiUe NOTICIO Ojr AIIMIMNTUA.TION BTATIi Oi' 1NJJ1ANA) )SS: COUNTV Oil" CASS ) .IN TUIO CASH CIRCUIT COURT AI'ltlL. T10RM. 11157. Nollf'O l« horouy ulvon that Ty- nm KlMHor wan, on 22nd day oC 3Uay, li)f,7, aiipollttml AdmlnlHtra- lor of tho oHtatn of ilEN K. ZKKK, ilucf-luiod. All norHOim havlliK ulalniH llK r al!!fU mild mitatc, whothur or not now due, nuiHt rllo 'the Hatn« In Hald court within nix Ul) montlin from the da!.u of thn flrnt political Ion of thlK notice or wald clahnn •will he I'rirover barred. Dated at LoKanHport, Indiana, thin ilind day of .May, 10,'i7. KLlZAIiKTII HIUKKR Olurk of the Circuit Court J'or Can* County, Indiana IIANKA &, SMALL Attorney for Ktitiue NOTICH IM' 1 AIIMINIMTIIiVVIWIV STATE OF INDIANA) )HS: COUNTV OF CAXS ) IN TJIIfl CAKS CIRCUIT COU11T Al'lllL, TISRM, lain. Notice In lioroby tflvon that Juno 1C. Wolford wan, on UUnd clay of May, lltfi", appointed Art- inlnUitratrlx ot tho lOwtato of Miu 1 - jorle K. DavlH. decuiiHud. All iiornonH havlntc clalniH liiralnHt nald oHtato. whether or not now due, tiuuu file the Hamo In fialtl court \vlthln H|X (I!) monthH from tho date of tho rlrHt publication . of thlH notice or tialri' clalniH will bo foruvor barrod. Datod at LuKailMport, Indiana, thin 22ml day of May, I9!>7. KMX.A1IKTII UIKKKR Cleric of tho circuit Court Tor Ca«H County, Indiana Mir.UISK. J.tABCOCIC & TObniORT Aitornoy for 13»tate Flora Miss Judy and Miss Barbara Rusk, Bringhurst have been released from St. Joseph's hospital, Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dillman, who lives northeast of Flora, left Wednesday for a week's trip to visit their son, Paul, and his family at Rock Hill, S.C. Flora high school '57 graduates were honored May 19 at a worship service in the Methodist church. Joyce Burton, Juanita Hall and Brenda McKinley presented short talks on the subject, "These things abide." Other seniors participating in the program were Roberta Simmons, Bonnie Renick, Margaret Sturdivant and Donita Peterson. School trustee George Wason has announced the hiring of Henry Smith to teach fifth grade. Smith is graduate of Stockwell high school and will receive his degree at Indiana State early in June. He will also serve as assistant coach. Smith succeeds Don Taylor who will leach at Monticello next year. Mrs. Richard Landis has been appointed to a four-year term on the Flora library board. Circuit Judge William B. Smith made the appointment. Mrs. Landis' term began May 9. The Bringhurst WSCS will have a food market and bake sale Saturday, June 1, at the Sparks and Jordan room near the post office. Guest Day oc the Art and Garden club was postponed until Tuesday, June 4, and will be held in the Christian church. Coach Frank De Bruicker has announced that Noblesville's Millers, 1956 regional basketball champs from Kokomo, have been added to the 1957-59 Badger net schedule. The Millers, tutored by Glen Harper, Indiana "Coach of the Year" last season, will play here. In a pulpit exchange program for Churches of the Brethren here May 19, Rev. Charles Dumond, of the Flora church, and Rev. E. R. Fisher, of Hamtington, were the principal speakers. Rev. Dyoll Belote, of Ihe Brethren Home, spoke recently in the First Brethren church in Canton, Ohio, where he was family pastor. New officers of the Kings Daughters' class of the Methodist church, who wore elected at a meeting 'Monday night, are: Mrs. Waiter Mitchell, president; Mrs. Mac Beckncr, vice president; Mrs. Jesse Briggs, secretary; Mrs. Nellie Hawkins, assistant secretary; Mrs. E. E. Landis, teacher, and Mrs. Itozzic Spillcr, assislanl Icachcr. At Ihe mceling, a committee was appointed to plan programs for the year. A "carry-in" supper was held. Mrs. Mitchell was in charge of the business. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Roppcrt Tuesday received a message Irom the War Department informing thorn Ihat their son, Dick, who suffered a severe heart altiack in Formosa May 9, is doing fine, Dick's mother-in-law has received word that he is now sitting u.p and prospects for his recovery arc good. His wife wa.s flown to his bedside. The Flora Rotary club reported ,fll7 wus netted from the pancake and sausage supper held recently. Proceeds of the supper have been placed in the church fund for scholarships for high school students. A sum of $1<!U was added to the fund for the new scout cabin. This money came from the club-sponsored circus held, recently. The club plans a "peaches" and 'Christmas sale" this year. Among guests at Rotary meeting May 28, were International Farm Youth Exchange students from India, w.ho are visiting in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Frit/ Schneff and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Plainb, Mrs. Lillie Leona Britlon, (ifi, of Peru, sitilor of Mrs. Emma Berk- heisor, of the Brethren Home, wesl of Flora, died May 21 in Woodlwan hospital, Rochester, nf- ler a week's illness. Services were held 'in Rochester Thursday nnd burial was In Mexico. Mrs. Berk- hcisur has been visiling another sister In Fort Wayne since May 11. TORNADO TWISTS HOMES INTO RUBBLE L.I- In a twisted turn of events, automobiles remain in driveways while houses vanish from sight—all of this in ihe aftermath of a tornado which blew through Ruskin Heights, a suburb of Kansas City, Mo. The twister destroyed some SO homes, a 15-story shopping center, a church and a new two-million-dollar high school in the suburb. (International.) Lure of Speedway Lands Kelly Petillo In Indianapolis Jail INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Kelly Petillo, winner at line 1935 Indianapolis 500-mile race, came back Wednesday looking .for • another ride to the winner's circle. Instead, he was driven to the police station. Petillo, 52, was held Unlay in city jail as a parole violator. Petillo rode to victory in the 1935 Memorial Day classic at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway at an average speed of 106.240 miles an hour. Petillo apparently hasn't lost any skill at staying ahead of the field. Parole Officer Robert Todd of the Indiana Department of Corrections said he had been eating Petillo's dust for two years. Todd chased Petillo from one county fair to another where the old driver drove on the dirt tracks under assumed names. Petillo came to the Speedway looking for a car to drive. But owners wouldn't, even talk to him. He was sentenced to 2-21 years in Indiana Slate Prison on a charge of assault and battery with intent to kill. He served six years. He was paroicd to California. Two years ago he left that state. Potiilo said his visit to Indianapo- District law Institute Set For Friday Cass, Carroll and White to Be Hosts Fort Wayne Husband On Trial for Murder Of Wife and Daughter FOKT WAYNE (UP)—The murder trial of Richard Kiefer, 36, Fort Wayne, was scheduled to resume today in Allen Circuit Court. Kiefer, accused of killing his wi'fe and daughter, is being tried on the wife-killing charge. Trial _ , _ __ . . _ _ i in connection with the slaying of At Sportsman Hotel, Mon- his daughtcr is slate d for June. ticcllo Kiofer testified in the opening Tho PUSC Pin-nil mrl Whilo of the trial Wednesday he was not me Cass, Carroll, ana wnite .„„__ . , . .. . , „ , .„_. , ... county Bar associations will be hosts at a second district Law In- slilu'-e to be held Friday afternoon at the Sportman's hotel, Monticello, it was announced by Attorney Glenn Miller, chairman of the second district Institute committee, at the monthly meeting <of the Cass Bar association Wednesday . night at the Shrine club. The Federal Employers Liability Act will be the subject of a panel discussion by William Fitzgerald, lOvansville, and Carl Gray, Petersburg, both past state presidents of the Bar association. They will discuss the practical aspects of the act and how ambulance chasers are getting these cases transferred from Indiana to oilier states. A social hour at 5 p.m. will be followed by u banquet al 6 p.m. a Ms, which was oft limits for him,. n ,_ whidl Bcnton Earl Gales ot was authorized by a California , Columbia citVi president-elect of parole officer. _ . Ulo ind \ ana B ar Association, will He will appear m Municipal |)Q the speaker _ Court today. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Hubert House have returned home from Cheyenne, Wyo., where Mr. House at- tondcd school for six weeks. En- route home they visited Mr, and Mrs.- Frank Adams near Denver, Colo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Snider of Kokomo are the parents of a daughter, born May 15 at the St. .Joseph hospital there. The mother is the former Rosalie Toncy. The D. and 0. club will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Florence O'Blenis. Mm. Margaret Kadlic of Chicago is employed at the Walton Cleaners. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sperry returned home Sunday from visiling Mr. and Mrs, Gene Sordelel and family of San Angelo, Tex. Mrs. Alma Dillon has been dismissed from the St. .luscph hospital at Kokomo following major surgery Roger Rhodes and Paul SLrauch recently visited Mrs. Marie Rhodes al the clinic in Cleveland, 0. Jack Smith of Fort Wayne Is visiling his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shuman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Dixon and family are visiting Mrs. Dixon's parents in northern Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kroner ami (laughter were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baylors and daughter. STEALS FUNERAL FUND SOUTH BEND (UP)—Kcnnelh Trowbridgc, 22, Lakeville, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge of stealing $84, part of a fund raised by sympathetic friends and neighbors for the family of Gary Arndt, <1, who was killed by an automobile last week. The money was taken • from the home of the Dwlght Arndts at Mishawuka. Trowbrldge was held for pro-sentence investigation. Heart Attack Council Death • YORKTOWN, Ind, (UP)—A coroner ruled that Lon Oucy, OB, R.R. 1, Yorktown, whoso car swerved off the road through a guard roil Into a utility polo near here Wednesday, died of a heart attack. Witnesses told state police Ihat Ducy's car was weaving back and forth on Ind. 32 In Delaware County before it ran <xH th» road. Read the Classified Ads Orvillc Fox is the Cass county representative on the Institute committee. Fox was re-elected as the Cass delegate to the House of Delegates »f Ihe Indiana Bar Association nnd Fred Hannu was elected alternate delegate at the meeting Wednesday night. A film was shown by Attorney Frank Tolbert on the Hoover Commission report urging economy in government. The lawyers also discussed the planned remodeling of the circuit court room. FROM LAW TO MEDICINE ,VEW YORK (UP) — Carmen Sanchez, J.7, sal in the crowded waiting room of Bronx Magistrate's Court Tuesday wailing for her case to be called. A court clerk noticed her complexion and ca'.led Magislrale Samuel •). Ohringer. Ohringer immedialely post- poncd her case and sent her to the aware of what he had done until the slayings had taken place. The defense claimed the crimes were not premeditated but done in the heal of passion. Kiefer gave detailed account of his actions following the double slaying last Jan. 1'5. He was questioned by prosecutor Glenn Beams about removing blood stains from Ihe scene ot the crime and hiding the viclims' bodies. Court was recessed late Wednesday when Judge William Shannen granted a defense motion to permit physicians lo testify in the Child Slayer Also Admits 1952 Murder Father of Four Who Confessed Killing of Nine Year Old Girl Also Slew 17 Yenr Old French-Canadian Girl Thursday Evening, May 23, 1957. Say Humphrey Hopes to Quit By July First Secretary of Treasury Is Planning to Return lo Private Business WASHINGTON (UP) —Treasury Secretary George M. Humphrey wanls to leave President Eisenhower's -cabinet by July 1 to return lo private business, it was learned today. Highly - placed administration sources said Huumphrcy originally agreed lo slay in the cabinet until the President's record peacetime budget of $71,800,000,000. for fiscal 1958 'finally gets through Congress, probably about the first of August. These sources said Humphrey still will stay in Washington until Congress quits if Eisenhower insists. But they said he is anxious now to get. back into private life as chairman of the National Steel Corp. of Pittsburgh, a job that is being 'held Open for him. According to Ihe best available reports Humphrey's successor already has been chosen. He is Robert B. Anderson, 47-year-old former deputy secretary ol defense and a leading "Texas Domocrat for Eisenhower." Anderson was considered one of the bright young men of the early days of the Eisenhower administration. He is said lo have won the complete trust of Die President when he served as secretary ol the Navy and lalor as deputy defense WATERBURY, Conn. (OP) —! secretary. Stale police planned today to ques-! Before his government service Syria Gets Russ Backing On Complaint Charge Israel Before UN Council of Building Military Bridge in Demilitarized Zone The Soviet Union threw its support today to a Syrian complaint in Ohe U.N, Security Council that Israel had endangered Middle East peace by building a "military" bridge in a demilitarized zone between the countries. A dispatch from Damascus said Soviet Ambassador iinrgei Nemlchina pledged Soviet support in a -to-minute talk with Syrian Foreign Minister Salah Bitar. Russia backed Egypt earlier this week in debate on the Suez Canal. The Syrians said Israel had constructed a Bailey bridge in the Huleh marsh area north of the Biblical Sea of Galilee—scene of several Israeli-Syrian clashes—in direct violation of the 1949 armistice agreements ending the Palestine war. Israel said it built a bridge for use by earth moving equipment; Syria says the bridge could be used for tanks and oilier heavy military equipment. A U.N. investigation found the bridge could be strengthened for military purposes but thought the bridge was built in connection with reclamation work. Premier David Ben - Gurion's Mapai Labor Party held a series revolt by the left wing Mapalm and Ahdut Zhoda parties over acceptance of Hie Eisenhower Doc- Irine. The showdown will come during parliamentary debate on Ihe cabinet's decision to accept a watered down version of Uie doctrine. Egyptian and British trade representatives converged on Rome today for talks aimed at restoring Anglo-Egyptian trade relations. Egyptian sources said Egypt would start off the talks by demanding "hundreds of millions of dollars" in reparations for the Anglo-French-Israeli invasion last fall. Going to Silver Lake John H. Keim, Band Director of Burlington school, has been selected to direct the bajid at Silver Lake near North Manchester. Keim taught four years befor* coming to Burlington in 1955. He developed an outstanding band at Burlington, winning superior contest ratings in both concert and marching band. He is a graduate of Manchester College and holds a Masters' degree from Indiana University. He was recently chairman of Carroll County Music Association. Mrs. Keim. Ihe former Mamie Smith, of Young America, taught at Culler this past year and will teach music at Sidney, also near North Manchester. Keini's duties at Silver Lake will begin June 8. TRAFFIC HURTS FATAL LA PORTE (UP)—Arthur Bct- luo, 62, LaPortc, died at Fail-view Hospital today from injuries sustained Wednesday night in a traffic accident in the city. Belluo apparently disrcgaixlcd a stop sign, failed to make a turn nnd rammed his automobile into a ulility pole. Retired Idaville Farmer Succumbs MONTICBLLO, Ind..—John Kcp- fer, 75. of Idaville, died at 4:15 a.m. Thursday at White county Memorial hospital. Monliccllo. He was a retired farmer. Born June :W, 18111, north of Idaville to Casper and Eliza Kerns Kcpfer, he was married Aug. 25, 1301, lo Norn Cnswoll, w-ho dipd Nov. 29. 1!MO. Ho was a member of the Silkn Baptist church. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Fannie Schrooder, Reynolds, and Mrs. \'ova Plumb, Fort Wayne; Ihroc sons, Ray. LaGrange, 111,; Karl. Fort Wayne; ar,d jiuatre, Bedford; seven grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Final rites will be held at t p.m. Saturday at the Miller tu- ncrnl home. Fred Adams will be in the Idaville cemetery. Friends mny call al the funeral home after noon Friday. Mnnticello, Rev. in charge. Burial lion George Davies, the confessed slayer of Brenda Jane Doueletc, 9, and Gaotene Boivin, 17, about the 1952 disappearance of a 10- year-old Wyoming girl from a northwest Connecticut sum in en Anderson was the $(lO,000-a - year manager of the W. 'I.'. Waggoner Estale in Texas, a 300-miilion- dollar oil, cattle and farming enterprise. More recently Anderson !ias camp. ! '>ecn president of Ventures, Ltd., a Davies, a paroled sex offender'Canadian mining firm with world- and the futhcr of four children,'wid 0 interests. Reports from New confessed Wednesday that he York, where he has been living, strangled and stabbed Miss Boivin, are that he is disposing of his here May !), only four clays before j sLock i« -Inc concern propnralory killing the Doucette child in nearby Wolcolt. Davies, IW, told police he choked the pretty French-Canadian immigrant, Mien slabbed' her )!) limes a screwdriver — the same hospital—the girl had chicken pox.' woa pon he used to kill the Dou- PLAN MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE! colle Kirt. Miss Boivm's body was Decoration Day service will be found by a hunter Wednesday, six held May 30 at 2:30 p.m. in the Pro church of Pulaski county, Indian Crock township. Officers will be elected and a short business meeting will be held. llev. William E. Cooper, Star City Christian church, will speak. NO NEW POLIO INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The Indiana Suite Board of Health added no new polio cases to its J957 records last week for the second week in a row, The total now stands al 19, compared with 10 a year ago and a five-year .median of ID. Okr£>fsUE^ True Life Adventures TOPS HOPS CA.NAPIAN JUMPING MOUSE <1AW USA.P AS MU£H AS FIVE FEET HORIZONTALLY, miles from her Walcrbury home anrl about three miles from where little Brenda Jane wa.s slain itfay 13. Davios, a pant-time machine tool operator who was paroicd in 1954 from a prison term for molesting two Tiiomaston girls, told police he killed bolh girls wlion they resisted his attempts at sexual assault. Isolate Flu Virus Sweeping Far East WASHINGTON (UP)—U.S. scientists working around the clock for five days have .succeeded in isolating the influensia virus now sweeping the Far Kiisl, the Army's Waller Read Medical Center announced Wednesday night. The scientists discovered that the type of influenza which lias plagued Singapore, Formosa, Hong Kong anil the Philippines is an entirely now strain, Most afflicted areas. In the Far East iiavc reported the influciv/.n attacks in the epidemic were "mild." But the Philippines is said to have had at least 31 fatalities among children. Will D „.[, IW«,I>OA' U>lj K.jK,, Rnrotil ANOTHER KOC7ENT, THE AFRICAN JERBOA, <£AN BEAT THAT. HIS REVOKE' NINE FEET. 5'23 QitflltMKJ tf Kln| fcllulll ijnliun NO SOFT PEDAL MANHASSET. N, Y. >UP) — More Uinn halt of the bicycle riding public of Uils North Shore Long Island community was grounded today. Some 290 out of 540 youngsters Tuesday flunked their bicycle riding tests and were denied licenses. A community safety program forbids bicycle .riding without a license. "" TENT WORKER DIES MUNCIE (UP)—George Loflus, 53, Indianapolis, employ!! of a tent company, slumped dead Monday while erecting a tent at the site of'a home show. Loflus was working at the top of the tent when he collapsed. His body was caught in « Lent fold. to Ink-inx over the cabinet post. American Legion Club Post 60 DANCE Sat. Nite, May 25th At new quarters, 416 HIGH STREET From 9 p.m.'till 2 Music by 'The Freshman's 7 For Members and Their Guetti BAILEY'S PRESENTS TRI-TAPER — THE FIRST MODERN LUGGAGE THI PERFECT GIFT. 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