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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday Evening, June 29, 1957. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits and Vegetables RASPBERRIES. Russell Bevington Farm, 3 miles east, VA miles south, Walton. RASPBERRIES, CHERRIES AND CURRANTS GARRISON ORCHARDS East Sycamore Road Kokomo, Indiana Phone GL-98792 ICE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAl ESTATE WANTING to buy a modern 3 bedroom home in the East-end. Ph. 8410. 13. REAL ESTATE FLORIDA HOME as low as $495 down. $7995 buys beautiful 2 bedroom homd and 50x150 landscaped lot at ocean near Daytona Beach. Includes carport, tilt bath, appliances. Low taxes, city water, wide streets, shopping, churches, schools, fishing, swimming. Free details, photos. Write Dept. 1-79, Box 1538, New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Owner Will a Sacrifice Price and Terms for quick sale on this neat and unusually nice two bedroom conventional built in Rolling Ridge Add'n. Only 1 year old. Ideal for small family. Sizeable living room and kitchen with dinette. Hardwood floors, garage, pretty landscaped yard. This 1 property is among good "neighbors and better homes in a rapidly growing restricted area. Quick possession. This is a rare chance to buy right and small down payment. DaleW.McNutt- YOUR REALTOR • Ph. 2928 Eve. 4885—2623—2-1707 KUHN Lake year round. Modern home. Gas furnace. Call BB86. FOR SALE: on Beautiful Lake Manitou, all modern 2 bedroom home, completely furnished. Hotpoint electric dishwasher, stove, refrigerator and washer. All furniture practically new and of unusual selection and condition. Living room carpeted, Bodford Stone Fireplace, Philco TV complete, RCA Airconditioner, exceptional furnishings. 2 bedrooms furnished, 1 with % size twin beds; walkin wardrobes; nice bath with colored fixtures; House built in 1953. 1 story, car-; port, utility room, storage space, concrete approaches, concrete sea wall, outdoor stone fireplace and grill, lawn furniture, boat, pier, garden tools. This property has a nice sandy beach and lovely view, located on a concrete street. Move in and Enjoy Yourself. Possession in 30 days. Owner leaving city. Fansler Realty Co., 915 E. 9th Street, Rochester, Indiana. Phone CA 3-2219; Res. CA 3-6204. TWO YEAR OLD 3 bedroom home. Ample storage. Large well landscaped corner lot. Fine quiet cast location. Close to Daniel Webster school. 625 Parkway Drive. Ph. 21461. FOR SALE: 4-room semi-modern house, garage, large lot. Phone 65-C, Camden, Ind. NEW homes and garages, FHA terms. Walton 3915. a. Houses 5-ROOM house for sale. 807 Cicott. Phone 7028. FOR SALE: Good buy in duplex Phone 50425 before 1 p.m. FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM house, 5 down, 3 up. Good income property. $135 per month, 723 Wheatland Ave. May be inspected. Price $10,500. FOUR BEDROOM house with full balh down, oil heat, 607 W. Broadway. May be inspected. Price $10,000. Nice lot to build on. Northside. Southwest corner of Treen and Noroross streets. Size 75'xlfi5'. Price $800.00. Lot on Wcstside on Center street. Between Linden and Wheatland. Si/.e 3!l'xl42'. Nice to build on or use for parking lot. Price $700. Veronica Kroeger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, Atty. Phones 4749 or 3B31 $500 Down and only $40 per month will let you move right in this southside semi-modern, New roof, new siding, really worth the money. Act fast on this one. $1,000. Down will buy this 3 apartment property located East Broadway. Total price, only $10,50d, with $165 monthly income. A good buy and the income will pay it off. Appointment only. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Ph. 2928 Eve. 4886—2623—2-1767 Set Livestock Auction At Fair A Day Earlier Bounty Agent Announces Names of Superintendents for Various 4-H Divisions The auction of livestock at the annual Cass county fair will be icld at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday of :air week instead of Friday, as in former years, according to the an. nouncement. of Gus Thias, county agricultural agent. This will give the purchasers of the 4-H livestock more time to get the animals to market, Thias said. Club members desiring to -sell their animals are asked to sign up by 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 24. Weights will be taken immediately before entering th e sale ring. Only pigs shown in market classes at the 4-H exhibit will be eligible to sell at the auction, Harry Bridge will serve as auctioneer with Charles E. Bennett as weighmaster. Clerks will be Wilbur Zieg, Wilmer Burrous and Gerald Lindley. The sale committee will include: Bill Farrer. Don Berlet, Kenneth Miller, Gerald Lindley and Herb Nelson. The 4-H secretaries are J. B, Riggs, Dallas Williams, John Conn and Bernard Frohreich. Superintendents from the 4-H Junior Leaders assigned to various divisions are: Dairy Cattle — Robert Rudicel, Dale Bridge, Harold Erdmann, Larry Young, Patsy Winters, Virginia Naftzger, J. T. Hubenlhal. Beef Cattle — Jack Berlet, Jim Thompson, Dean Nelson, Roger Lynas, Mark Miller, Allen Hanna, Raymond Hunt, Jay Shafer. Swine — Ronald Winings, John Martin, Max. Jackson, Alan Miller/Henderson, Burton. George Sailors, Dick Wagoner, John Dixon, Jerry Garber. Sheep—Lloyd Hardy, Don • Guy, Rose Ann Williams, Darryl Myers, Jeff Williams, Gordon Wilson, J. W. Hubenthal, Gregory Stewart. Garden—Donald Barnard, Barbara Berkshire, Larry Downham, Connie Diane Leaveil, Mary Lou | Bender, Bill Helvie Norman Frohreich Leonard Gray, Poultry—Catherine Barrett, Gene Powlen Joyce Swank, Mary Wade, Anthony Herd, Rabbits—Erie Lockhart, Kenl Miller, Ronnie Lowe. Name Fulton EC Winners ROCHESTER, Ind. — Over 100 persons attended Fulton' County's annual 4-H Home Economics Judging contests held at Rochester High School. Seventy five girls were contestants. Leaders conducted Ihe six contests assisted Dy Mrs. Grace Burton, County 4-H Home Economics Leader and Annabel Rupel, Home Demonstration Agent. Each girl judged 2 classes of 4 items each .related to her project and took a written test. Champs and reserve champs will enter district contests July 8. Win- .ners were: BAKING: Champion, Nancy Troutman, Union; Reserve Champion, Mary Wagoner, / Liberty; First Alternate, Linda Barkman, Newcastle; Second Alternate, Mer- iee Smoker, Henry. CLOTHING: Champion, Barbara Goss, Liberty; Reserve Champion, 1 J.udy -Fiedler, Wayne; First Alternate, Judy Miller, Wayne; Second Alternate, Margaret Ault,-Liberty. FARM AND HOME ELECTRIC: Champion, Donna Earp, Union; Reserve Champion, Marilyn Frank, Aubbeenaubbee; First Alternate, Gladys Lowery, Burton; • Second Alternate, Judy Luckenbili, Henry. FOOD PREPARATION: Champion, Carita Rouch, Wayne; Reserve Champion, Linda Butt, Columbia; First Alternate, Sonja Brown, Aubbeenaubbee; Second Gordon Leech Accepts Post At Lafayette Pastor of Martin M. Post Parish to Become Assistant At Central Presbyterian Church The Rev. L. Gordon Leech, Jr., 39, of 114 West Ottawa street, who is completing his fourth year as pastor of ihe three, churches in the Martin M. Post.memorial parish, will become assistant minister of Central Presbyterian church of Lafayette on August 15, according to '.he announcement of Dr. J. Dayton McCormick, the church pastor, Reverend Leech will succeed Rov. J. Rogers Spencer, who're- signed recently after three years of 'service to pursue graduate studies at Union Thelogical seminary, New York City. The Lafayette church has 1,889 members. Union Accepts Pay Increase A 12-cents-per-hour across the board pay increase offered by the Logansport Machine Co., Inc.,.was accepted by majority vote of local 450, International Association of Machinists, Friday afternoon in the AFL building. The union members last week had rejected an,offered eight-cents' increase and had made plans to go out on strike Monday. Clarence Bates, ' vice-president and general<'manager of the plant, which employes approximately 450 persons, said there never has been a strike at the factory, which was started almost 42 years ago. The agreement ended five weeks of negotiation. Two hundred of the 248 union members eligible to vote cast ballots on whether the offer should be accepted. The present contract will expire July 1, an'd the new contract, which probably will be for one year, is expected to be signec next week, Bates said. Paul Connors, president of the union, said the acceptance of the Reverend Leech is a former O f £er was against the advice of Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune TUrt^ei U.S. to Keep Its Present Armed Forces President Signs Legislation t» Maintain Expanded Troop Ceiling and Extend Doctor Draft WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower has signed legislation a continue present expanded ceilings on troop strength and to extend the doctor draft on a sharply restricted basis. Separate bills .that became law Friday with his signature would: —Continue for another 23 monUis an existing suspension of perm-a- visiting period. Visitors under 14 nent law limiting overall armed i years of age are not permitted, strength to 2,005,000 men. Present! "All too often, we arc compliment- Observance Of Hospital Rules Asked Courtesy and common sense on the part of visitors can contribute greatly to the therapy offered patients at Memorial hospital, reported Administrator Howard R. Jones, when he offered a restatement of hospital visiting hours and rules, made necessary by confusion concerning hospital practices. According to a formal resolution adopted by staff physicians eighteen months ago, visitors must be held to observation of visiting hours, The resolution also stipulates that-each patient should have no more than two callers in any president of the Cass county Ministerial association, chairman, of the synod committee on foreign missions and former chairman of the Logansport Presbytery committee on foreign missions. For three years he served as dean of the junior camp at Pyoca (Brownstowr.), and also served the Alternate, Karen Ferguson, Burton. I camp for several years as a coun- HOME IMPROVEMENT: Cham-j'selor. pion, Jane Zartman, Union; Reserve Champion, Nancy Brockey, Aubbeenaubbee; First Alternate, Sherry Hizer,'Union; Second Alternate, Shirley Brown, Aubbeenaub- bee. FOOD PRESERVATION: Cham- fiion, Mary Zuck, Union; Reserve Champion, Karen Whiteman, Union; First Alternate, Connie Brown, Wayne; Second Alternate, Shirley the union executive committee. 280 Pass Swim Tests Two hundred and eighty children passed their swimming tests at the municipal swimming pool Saturday, marking the close of the firs', three-week swimming session of the summer, according to Fred Kinder, who is in charge of swimming instruction. There were 26 who passed the A native of Aurora Heights, Va., he attended American university and received a bachelor of arts degree from Washington a;id Jefferson college in 1939. Hfe then attended Princeton Theological seminary and was graduated from the Louisville Presbyterian Theological seminary in 1942 with a bachelor of divinity degree. He served Presbyterian churches in Clay Cily, Howesville, Whiteland and Ihe Knox county Larger Parish before moving here to the j Martin M. Post memorial parish. !He will deliver his farewell sermon a-t the local parish Aug. 12. He is a former moderator of the Vincennes er preside. Town and Country Fellowship Indiana. • Rex Baxter Tests Wettlaufer for NCAA Golf Crown COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (UP)—Rex Baxter Jr., a power swinger from Houston University's national champions, met capable Ward (Porky) Wettlaufer of tiny Hamilton College, which did not pay his way to the tourney, today in the 30-hol-e finals of the 60th NCAA golf tournament. strength is about 2,800,000 men. —Continue for two years, on a modified basis, the enforced induction of physicians and dentists needed to take care of th« troops and, to some extent, their families. The permanent ceiling on troop strength, suspended since the Korean War, was to have gone into cltee. on July 31. The new law con- •.imies a temporary ceiling of five million men until July 1, l'J59. The doctor draft ,law had been scheduled to die on July 1. The now law continues it until July 1, NEW 4-room house with gas fur nace. 511 13th Street. b. Lots . LOT in Royal Center 00x156 ft., lights, water and now sewer, $1,000. Ph. HU03, FOR help buying or selling homes see Ted Pcrsonelte, associated with Joe Herd Insurance Agency. sTlOO'M~~hciu"se, West ¥roadway new basement and foundation good condition. By owner. Ph. 4909 or 50095. 028 Front St. 8 rm. mod. Liv., din,, kit., bedrrn, bath down, 2 bedrms. up. Almost now coal furnace. New |>as water heater. On small lot. $5,500. 727 10th St. 4 bednn. mod. 1'A baths. Garage. $7,250. 425 Wheatland. 7 rm. mod. A good home worth the money. $7,500. 230 W. Miami. 7 rm. mod. Cheap for cash. $4500. 2 new homes reasonable on soulhside. H. KRV1N HARNER, Rcallor 5311 Bates St. Ph. 4716 Nice lot to build on. 1920 Smead St. Size 4114x165. Price $1,000. EUGENE HOLLAND, Guardian L. C. MORRIS, Atty. Ph. 2309 or 4749, HAROLD TUBERTY BUILDING situs, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. LOTS for sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. 0929. c. Farms 60 -acres near country club, all tillable. Barker Realtor, Fulton. Bowyer, Jim Angle, Duanu Meeker, Bill Stamper, Richard Wheeler. Forestry, Wildlife, and Miscellaneous—Larry Leffel, LcAnn Sha- 'er, Crystal Smith, Leland Daugherty, Fred Price, Harold Barnard, Jeanie Winn. Adult 4-H leaders assigned to stay overnight at the fairgrounds are: Monday, July 23—Leonard Wagoner and Ray Waldo; Tuesday, July 24—Bob Farley nnd Cecil Morrow; Wednesday, July 25—Dud- Icy Bridge and Bill Davidson; Thursday, July 26—Fred Bowyer and Edwin Kilchcll. In the ag division members are required to send their entries to the Counly Extension office by July 15. No exhibits will be admitted to the grounds before Monday, July 22. Swine will be weighed for classes on Tuesday morning between 7 and 9:30 a.m. Catllc am sheep will be weighed for classes on Monday evening nnd before B;30 a.m. Tuesday. Judging Schedule The schedule of exhibit judging and the official judges assigned are as follows: Tuesday, July 23-Shecp at 9:30 a.m. by Jack Frost of Purdue University; Beef Cattle at 12:30 p.m. by Jack Frost; Garden at 1:30 p.m. by W. B. Ward of Purdue; Forestry, Wildlife and miscellan- r.ey favorite after he won the Trans-Mississippi in Dallas earlier this month, He also is a member of the U.S. W.alker Cup team. Baxter eliminated Marcellino Moreno of Texas A&M, who weighs only 120 pounds, after Mo- i-eno missed a three-fool putt on the 12 to go three down in a match thai had been fairly even. Bax'.er defeated Yale's Peter Nisselson, 2 and 1, earlier in the day with -two-under par shooting— the same as he fired in the semifinals. Moreno reached the semifinals on a 1-up victory over co- mcdalist"Rogcr Rif>cndall«o[ Wisconsin on the 20th hole. Weltlaufer, a 205-pound, 5-foot, 1'1-inch economics sophomore, defeated Donneli Adams of North Carolina, in the semi-finals after —, „ — . . - - downln-gJSr-nieGreorgeofSanJo.se nlermedlate test, and 213 whojis, of route 4, Poru, was in satis-1state, 3 and 2, earliei; in the day ed by the patients, concerning our attempt to cut down excessive numbers of callers", said Jones, The patient finds it difficult to convey to well-meaning friends his desire for rest." Another reason for the restriction concerning visiting is the current, overcrowded situation exis:- ant at the hospital. It is essential that traffic be kept at a minimum, for the benefit of hallway patients, many of whom ore seriously ill. The slate fire marshal! concurs 1959. Only those physicians and."' Uiis.decj.sion, for reasons of dentists would be called who, on | speedy evacuation, should fire or June 20, had not reached' the age other disaster ever visit this struc- of 32 and wire earlier had boon deferred from the regular military draft. An estimated 5,100 young physicians will be prodded into uniform Baxter, 21, was tabbed the tour- un< j er u,, 0 i aw in the two-year period, and 2,700 dentists. The term of service is two years. Miami County Girl Injured as Engine Strikes Automobile Electric—Robert Umbargcr, Jeff advanced test, 4il who passed thcj PERU - Miss Martha Davis, - - - --' • -' "-'- '-"t —-I ••11 •" U " l i5, of route 4, Poru, was in satisfactory condition Saturday at Dukes hospital, recovering from injuries suffered when the car in which she was riding was struck by a Wabash Railroad freight engine at 12:15 a.m. Saturday at the Benlon Street crossing. The girl received cuts about the face and. other injuries and was- taken to the hospital in the Elkenbcrry ambulance. . The driver of the car, Ora Lewis, lassed the beginner's lesl, Kinder said. The new swimming classes to start Monday will be as follows: Beginners: 12 years and over, 9 a.m.; 9 to 11 years inclusive, 10 a.m.; and 8 years and under, 11 a.m. Intermediates: older group, 10 a.m., and younger groups, H a.m. Advanced class will be at n a.m., senior lifcsaving at 10 a.m. and junior lifesaving at 11 a.m. Adams ousted Stan Hobcrt of Arizona Slate, 2 and 1, in the othei top bracket match. Police Kill Gem Robber EVANSVILIJE (UP) — An ex- convict WH.S shot to death by po- While extending his pica for cooperation, Jonas lauded the work of the Hod Cross Gray Ladies,' who volunteer their time and services, in order '.o free hospital attaches for .other work. The Gray Ladies handle the supervision of visitor's registration, as well as mail delivery, baby-sitting, food service' to patients and myriad other chores. Jones stressed that the Gray Ladies do not make the visiting regulations. Rather, the rules are made by the hospital staff, in an lice today after robbing i\ down- effort to belter the service rc-n- town jewelry of about $3,200 in dered the patients, diamond rings. Authorities saidI Elmer Thomas iBusineSS Meeting ay, 35, Evnnsville Negro with a * 3 Ray. . police record dating back to JSM'J was shot after fleeing with his loot a few blocks from Rogers Jewelers. Patrolman Charles Basham said he shot Ray when he rused ar. order to halt. Ray had 13 rings in his pocket. Seven other rings were found nearby. Police snid Hay hurled a brick through a disji'.ay window at Rogers, then reached in and grabbed Local Boys Leave For Camp Tecumseh Twenty-four boys from Ibis area will spend two weeks at Camp Tecumseh, stale YMCA camp near Delphi, beginning Sunday, when Ihey join 160 other boys there the rings. Officers rushed to the vey will furnish surprise packages scene when the slifitlered window, for Uie next meeting. -Twill b.V&onln, *— ", 20, of «. Jock- in class for aduILs ing at 5 p.m. Monday. Instructors for thai class will be Kinder and Gene Harkins. Olhers who hnve been serving as swimming instructors are Ann Butler, Sally Hunter, Mary Kay 'Morris and Ed Yeazel. 21, of 537 East Second _strecl_ ami | f n)rn various parls of the'state for he outing. Most of the local boys earned art of their expenses by selling ooldes. Those planning lo make the trip re as follows: Tom Kragh, Ralph CA-36111. 310-ACRE modern farm. Edmun'd Meyer, Sheldon, Wis. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek.. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, eous classes at 1:30 p.m., by Edgar 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial:,]. Loll of Purdue; Rabbits at 2 p.m. by D. L. Baker of Logansport; Electric projejcts either on Tuesday evening or Wednesday morn- Ing by representatives of REMC and Indiana Public Service Company. Wednesday, July 24 — Swine at 0:30 a.m. by Joe Melzger of South Whitley, Ind.; Poultry at 9 a.m. by D. D. Jackson of Purdue. Thursday, July 25—Dairy cattle Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Pope joy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down, Dial 23D7. FOE SALE: 3 bedroom house, oil furnace enclosed front and back porch. 1809 Smead St. 4-ROOM house, sun porch and back porch; also 5% acres, running spring and good well water. Sell or trade ior larger place. Ph. 40583. Leghorn Hens •. ll|at 10:30 a.m. by Glen R. Corbin of Crown Point, Ind. Annual 4-H live stock auction at 7:30 p.m. Premium money to place win- Post Office Contract Let The James I. Barnes Construction company ot this cily has'been awarded Ihe contract for the remodeling of the local post officp on its bid of $8.1,000, according to Congressman Charles flallcck. The remodeling will include the construction of a new mailing ves- libu'e on the south side of the building and alterations to the interior of the present work room. II also will include new retaining walls around the grounds to the, oast, south and west, with new concrelc driveways. The interior of the post" office will be painted and the roof will be repaired. The present marquee al the rear of the building also will be removed and a new one will ,be constructed. Third Street Market Veals Lambs Veal Hides , rinef hides Gggs , .10 , .10 . .12 .04'A , .25 Arrest Winomoc Man For Drunken Driving Dnvid A. Mitchell, 47, of 117 South Franklin slroel, Winamac, was arrested Friday evening by Deputy Sheriff Lionel Davis on a charge of operating a motor ve- licle while under the influence of nloxicating liquor. He is to be arraigned in city court. ners will be paid out by the Adult 4-H Loader of each township al J p.m. Friday, July 20, or as soon as final records can be completed Hint day. Livestock and all oilier exhibits will be released as soon as premiums arc paid, Thias said. Royal Center, cor. Grant and South Sts. 5 bcdrm. mod. 4 Ig. lots. Lg. rms, bath, good coal furnace. LE porch area. We'll take Logunsporl property in' trade. 2 mi. E. of Delphi on Deer Creek. 3 bedrm., mod., except furnace. Over 6 acres with spring and creek water. $6,500. H. ERV1N HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 S-BEDROOM modern horns, pos- iesslon soon. Ph. 4439. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marl. Smi.h, M«r. Phon< 3213 REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market ' Hl-VVur 24 18th and Woodlawn Seventh and North son avenue, who was silting in Lhe back seat with M-iss Davis, escaped Injury. The east-bound engine was en- route back lo the yards and the engineer, J. R. G-herritt, of DC- catur, 111., said it already had readied the west part of the intersection when the accident oc- cured. He declared the flashers were operating and the whistle blowing. Police reported the 1052 four- door car was shoved 85 feet down the tracks and was a total loss. Royal Center Man Expires in Ohio Funeral services tor Newell Ubcl- hau.ser, 5(i, a former resident ol Royal Center, who died Friday al his home in Piqua, Ohio, are still pending in Pk|uu. Born in Royal Center, ho was Ihe son ot Mr. and Mrs. John L'bcl- hauser, nnd served as a field manager for a poll-oleum company. He is survived by the widow Alma; a daughter, Mrs. Lconarc Hubcr, of Piqua; a son, Keith, who is presently stationed in Germany a grandson, John, Jr.; and his mother, Mrs. Lillian Whltmeyer, o LoRimsport. His father passec away in JtHB. Burial will be in Ihe Mt. Hopi cemetery. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Boyd j FLASH FLOODS - Pur « U ' « " Kh to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kincaid, 413 South Cicoll streel, a an. Admitted: Miss Caroline Koch, Death and Funerals LEWIS Graveside services for Mrs. Nellie B. Lewis, 110, Washington, D. C., wore conducled Saturday aflernoon at Ml. Hope -cemetery with the Chase-Miller mortuary in charge. DEADLY— Director Val Peterson to Cameron lo get first-hand reports of Ihe dis Elsenhower ordered Peterson to the scone as his "personal rcpre sentative" to coordinate relief measures. The President also threw "every possible federal facility" into rescue-relief operations. Sheriff 0. B. Carter of Cameron said "4,000 people were in the area before the hurricane struck but 15 per cent were evacuated.' "There are aboul 1,000 people in Cameron and outlying areas,' Carter said. "At least 300 lo 400 arc stranded by high water and food and water has been sent to tide them over until help can reach them." route Miss Annabellc Gripe, 1000 Smeu'd street; Charles Tld- rick, 414 Fourth street. Dismissed: Mrs. John Albright and son, 119 Pollard street; Mrs. Louise B-ixler, 1022 East Market street; Mrs. Minnie Burkhart, route 3; Mrs. Pcurlena Lacey, 1127 High street; Mrs. Nellie McCartney, 015 Northern avenue; Rev. Harry Rca, Young America. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Wallers, 13« Wesl Ottawa strict, a son; lo Mr. and Mrs. James Young, 810 North Pearl •street, a daughter. Admilled: Mrs. Viola Knole,. iai'2 Spear street; Robert Reifel, Camden; Master Steven Coleman, route 1, Royal Center; Mrs. Euphamia Burk, 110 Miner street. Dismissed: Ralph Bovin-gton, route 1, Galvcston; Mrs. FLorciice Baker, Camden. Now am! SI. Louis, wor< Staged at Grange Arrangements for an eating tent al Ihe county fair were discussed at the meeting of the Deacon Grange, held Wednesday evening with President Harry Conk presiding It was decided that commit- leu chairmen and other officers would hold a special meeting at the Grange hall Friday evening, July 12, for final arrangements. Mary CaMwell and Roger liar- pane set off a burglar alarm. White County "Bangs" Program Is Approved MONTICKUX) - County Agent W. J. Kincrson announced Friday that Hie required number of sifi- natures for u brucellosis erapica- lion program have been obtained and the Icstir.K and vat'cinnLion.s will start this fall. Amount of money appropriated for the "bangs" program in Gulknccl-.t, Miko Lybrook, Johnj M « of whic i, $ 5 (is2 will be paid Jock, Chris Rlley, Dal Rico, Rich- arcl Graham, 'Robert Marchal, ieorge Drake, Steve Redkey, Jim 'onsen. Bill Parkins, C. W. Wright, Jim Kragh,' Eddie Small, Jimmy ;mall, Tom Rinehart, John Gut- tnecht, Bulch Quillen and Tex itarchul. The lecturer, Slella Fouls, introduced the home demonstration chorus ladies, directed by Kmma Amthnur, and accompanied by Mrs, Ruby llaikes. Surprise packages were won by Evelyn .Johnson nnd Loren Rife. The adult iiml junior sewiiiK ton- test will be held July 2 at the hall. All Karments to be entered must be there by 7 p.m. The refreshnu'ii: committee for tiie July JO, meeting follows: Mr. and Mrs. George Harness, Mr. nnd Mrs. David Harness, Phyllis Harness und Mr. and Mrs. Manlonl Wolf. Crass Creek-Lucerne Cass Youth Licensed To Wed and Fish Both Wheoi James Daniel DilU, 23, of route 2, Royal Center, a construe- .ion worker, wen I to the county clerk's office Saturday morning with his flnacc, Mary Margaret Minler, route 2, Star Cily, he intended l<> purchase only one li- cen.se, but he had two before he left the office because he just couldn't pass up a bargain. While Dilla was obtaining his marrlngc license from u deputy dcrk, he overheard Conservation Officer William Kerber'.s remark that the pi-ice of fishing licenses was going up 50 cents Monday. So after'they had obtained their license to wed Miss Minter waited while the prospective bridegroom obtained n fishing license al.so. by county fumls. Of 1,252 herds in Ihe counly, owners of 003 hiivo signed up for the program equalling 70 per cent of the tolal; 75 per cent was re-j quired before Ihe program eouldjGJrls Play WarSOW be started. | T ) 10 (;,.. ls . 5 ( ; ro ,,; { am | j jUC erne After the first testing, it will K \ r \ K softball learn will combine forces to piny the Warsaw Merchants in an exhibition game ut 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Riverside park. The Warsaw Uiam al.so will serva not be done again for six years. Two Drivers Fined $39.75 in City Court Two drivers were assessed fines of $25 nnd $14.75 costs when arraigned Snlurdny in eily court for Lrafflc violations. Paul Gene Conrad, of 30!) Wheatland avenue, was churned with reckless driving, skidding his car around corners at a high rule of as host for 1 .stater wornon's .sof!- bnll louriiainunl August D-10-11 at Riverside, ncconlliiK to Lawroncc Jones, parks director. I Jone.s also announced that entries for the men's Tri-County tourney, consislinj{ of While, Cass and Carroll u-nm.s, must be Hied spued. | u v j,,i v r. Billie Lee Uo)lin«ur, of 120J North. * y Third street, was docked spucilinBi _, -, , _ 50 miles pur hour on Kria avi-nuc. j rlanC L,rOSh LaUSCS Churned with failure to yield the pjyg Million LflSS right, of way, .lack II. MeKown, cif French Llnur ThroiiKh Suez PORT SAID, Egypt (UP)—The 11,700-ton Marshal JoBfrc sailed down the Suez Oanal today, the first French passenger liner to use the waterway since the Angle- Firen.cn attack last fall. blocked. A washout 20 feet deep ti^a::- Torre- Haute aiid a bridge collapse near Reelsvillc hwnperec the Pennsy, which said it wouk •be "days" before service could be re-stored. Eighteen cars ot a Pennsy work •train plunged into Big Walnut Greqk near Reclsville while a crow inspected and repaired wash- oul damage. . Clour wsalher came late Friday .and was expected to last Uirough most of Sunday. But mare thunderstorms late Sunday and Monday were due, Besides the 11-co-unty area hardest hit, other areas fell, the effects of heavy rains. At Portland, the Salarrmni Rdvcr pushed beyond is bonks. The While at Anderson also spurted -upward. Indiana National Guard leaders remained on duty all night in the Stntelio-use lo take and answer emergency calls. Amphibious vehicles wore sent to Zionsvllle, par-is of Marion County and Lel>u-no.n. An Army helicopter tried to ev.acu.oilc .an Indiana-polls family bul darkness hailed the attempt. Literally hundreds of families either fled the flood before it invaded their homes or were res cued from marooned houses by boat. Pennsy to Transport 70 Crippled Children The South Side Crippled Children of Chicago will be transported to Twin Lakes for a 30-day ouling again this year on the Pennsylvania railroad lines. The first party consisling of 40 children and 10 escorts will move on Irain No. 52 'roni Chicago Sunday, June 30lh via Plymouth lo Twin Lakes, nnd .he second group of 40 children and 10 cscorls will be handled on Irain No. 52 on July 28lh. Each Frankfort, paid $1 nnd $14.75 costs. There were two cases of public intoxication. Washington Club Stages Farm Tour The project tour of the Washington township 4-H Ai'.riitulUin; club WUK conducled Saturday, following which K. Miller look charKi! of a weine: 1 roast. G. W. Th'ins was present to take slides. The tour went from farm to farm, visiting dairy systems, corn plantings and observing examples of good swjne husbandry. Poultry and sheep,' and soybeans and ul- falfu were shown in the day-long program. The' counly fair will be the topic MIAMI Mil') - A four-cngino ]>C7B plowed into a parked Super Coaistellatioji on ilic ground shortly before miduifihl ixjucliing off a fiery explosion which demolished both aire-ru-ll U7id purl of Eastern Airlitic'.s' lenninal here. liolh aircraft, valued n1 $5,000,000, W<T<- owm-d by I&uitvrn. The airline reported that there were no passongers involved nud the orciw of Uio DC7N oscnped wilJiout injury. The airline said there was no one aboard the Con- stellalion. group is given a 30 day ouling at of discussion at the next meeting, Twin Lakes. The' first group re- j scheduled for July 16 al Ihe school lo Chicago on July 27lh, j building. and the second group on August 24th. Funeral of Ex-Delphi Resident in Illinois DELPHI—Funeral services for Frederick A. Welsh, 59, former resident of Delphi, were held Friday in St. Cletus church al LaGrange, 111. Mr. Welsh, former president of Globe Valve Corp., Delphi and retired president of Middle Slate Jobbers, Chicago, died Salurday, June 22. Survivors Include .his wife, Marguerite, two daughters, Mrs. Knthie Green and Mrs. Margie Airawooc and son, Frederick and six grand- j children. USAFond Italian Jet Planes Collide NAPLES, lUily (U'P) - A U.S. Air Force jet fighter nnd an 1 Ulan fighter collided and crashed into the sea off nca-rby Sorrento Thursday, the NATO Air Force command in Southern Europe announced today. An intensive search failed to turn up any trace of lihc wreck age or pilots of Ihe two planes taking part in NATO's "Operation Mediterranean Friday. The American pilot's name was wilhlicld. Auto Is Damaged in Hit-Run Accident A hit-and-run driver struck a 1958 model automobile owned by Leonard Fan-ell, of 1417 Eriu avenue anil damaging the loft tail iflhl and rear panel, police reported Saturday morning. A cose of vandalism was reported by Kdward Humes, of 501 Bart- Ictt .street, who said somebody upset th<; trash barrel and scnt-tcred the contents around the driveway ul his residence for the fourth LOCK UI> GAS STATIONS MOUNT VBRNON, Ind. (UP)— More than half the gasoline stations in Poscy County were closed today aa retailers protested a few-cent differential between gas prices lierc and in the Evon.svil!« SALE CALENDAR July 10—Mr. Mcdford Flora Ralph Rinehart & Song Jujy 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldron

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