Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 1, 1957 · Page 1
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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1957
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INDIANA: Generally fair tonight arid Tuesday. A little warmer and more humid Tuesday. Low tonight 58 to 65. Temperature 12 noon 78 de- High Tuesday 84 to 89. Sunset grees. 8:17 p.m., sunrise Tuesday 5:21 a.m. yTEVVSI>AJ>E LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY NOW IN OUR . 113th YEAR HOME EDITION Founded 1844— For All Dep«rttB»t* Fko«c 4141 LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, MONDAY, JULY 1, 1957 Cnlted Pr«.« Wlr Day u< Sl«kt , Price Per Copy, Seven Cents LOUISIANA COUNTS 246 DEAD Flood Crest Passes In Indiana High Waters Take Toll Of Nine In State Hoosiers in Central Part of Sfafe Returning to Homes Inundated by Flash Floods By UNITED PRESS Muddy crests of the Wabash and' White Kivers moved downstream today as Central Indiana sv/ahbed up from flash floods blamed for at iea.st nine deaths. More thunderstorms were due Tuesday and Wednesday, but there vi as no indication they would dump heavy rainfall on a s»i;^y state already overburdened with near record spring and early summer precipitation. } The lons-ranue outlook was for precipitation avura^in;; only one to two-tenlii.-! of an inch in the extreme .north and loss than that elsewhere over the five-day period; ending next Saturday. This wan welcome news to Hoo- flier^, thousands of whom fjed their homes to keep from drowning in a rash of floods ihat flashed from rains up to ll> inches in depth late butt week. Farmer'H Body Found The Hood fiithlin;! wasn't over. But teii'je situations were . dimin- rapidly an clear weather re HURRICANE, TIDAL WAVES FLATTEN, ENGULF CAMERON Gross Income Tax Goes Up For Hoosiers Weekly Withholding Tax Will Be Taken From Paychecks of Wage Earners INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Hoosiers were hit today by the first full- force gusts of the tax hike program created by the'1%7 Indiana Legislature. The gross income tax rate went up 50 per cent, raising the annual, tax liability for the average Hoo- slcr onrning $r>,000 from $40 to $50. Furthermore, beginning today— the July 1 start of another fiscal year—his gross income taxes were craH |, north of horn on U. S. hljih- withheld from his jmy envelope.; way 31, will be concluded at H::i(l Thousands of employers geared to n . m . Tuesday in the St. Augustine make the first state-ordered gouge catholic church at Kalamazon, Magnitude of Disaster Is Increasing Hourly Homeless Survivors of Hurricane and Tidal Wave Threatened by Pestilence by Bloated Bodies of Human Beings and Thousands of Animals. LAKE CHARLES. La. (UP) — The number of .dead accounted for in Hurricane Audrey's disastrous blow at the Louisiana coast rose to WG today. Sheriff Henry Reid, announcing the official figures, said (he total now is expected to reach 350 dead. "We have confirmed that n total Double Rites To Be Held For Crash Victims Young Mother And Daughter To Be Buried Tuesday Morning In Knlumnzoo, Mich., Cemetery PBRU, Ind.—Double funeral rites (or Mrs. Jacqueline Kay Brown, M, ami her 10-nioiHhs-oUI daughter, .Jojin, who wero fatally injured Friday night in a Ihrue-vi'liidc JJestruetlon and death are graphically depleted In thin aerial view of Cameron, l.u., a I'luhliiK village virtually destroyed )>y 11 nlur.-foot placed tile torrents over most ofitldnl wave following la the wuki: of hurricane. Audrey, The ilny before, ]()S-mlle-nn-huur winds buttered the., lown. the weekend and today. I count In hurrk-nne-devnstntetl Louisiana In reported lo be hi tint fearxiimo , At Tnrlianapoli.'i, a Hood on Uif? Kajjle Creek which clairnc,d four live* receded and another gent Whitft River far out of Its banks. Kor flood worker*, it w.-n simply a Khift of location [rom one emergency lo another. Three new drownintfs wen; added to the. (atality list. The body of ICverett Uiatt, The miofflcliil ilealli (Interim llmial.) Long illness Proves Fatal MONTICKMXD, Ind. — Charles Chrlsenbflrry, 7U, of Kant Monti| cello, u resident of this community since JOM, died at 10:10 p. m, farmer near Portland, was found Saturday al the M'mllcello nursing Sunday when flood water from the i home, where he had been a pa/swollen .Salamnnii: Kivcr receded.! tienl for Iwo month*, llm death HiaM while trying to «av<; Friday nltlht his iririrooried cattle from tin; fai-.t-ri.-iinK water. At followed a Ifjiuj illiic-'in. Horn AUK. l-'i. I'!'''/, hi 1'ulnnm county, Indiana, he was the son Indianapolis, Mlsi Uremia!of Murlon and Mahnlu (Knhns) Purri.'i'm, 17. and 27, drowned in the White Itiver Cbrtocnbarry. JI« w/i« married May 2!i, l!w;i, to .Jessie i'ills, who survive;!. If« was a member of the: C'lov- urdnle, Ind., Haptlnt churcli, overflow. Wilne,-jsi-,:i said th': was wadinK when current swept her off her fuel, and ISrame drowned trying to ;>i»ve her. 1,300 Arc, Kvaetmled Movement of lint cre/,1 Southern Indiana virtually em the crises posed by lhe fl/iods, Above-flood Mnsfi! levels were ,,,. | , | j,,. B i,. r ,,f Cairo, 111., due moot of the way (lown.-.treuiii, 1 |,- r ank, of Clovordale. A bill areas Involved are uii'-d to II. and fuw Surviving with the widow nr« Iwo norm, Harold of Chalmers and Leonard ol Knox; two urandchll- nl " drcn; two ,'rtep-ehllflreri, Mrs. Hob"'1 ert Lincoln of Coldwaliir, Mich., and lliisxe.ll I'lltji; and two broth- unit Some Factories Plan Extended Fourth Holiday All Three of. CUSN Troopers To HeOn 1'atrol Duly Hoth ThurHtliiy And Sundiiy .Some LoKimsporl residents are looklnf! forward to an extended fourth of July holiday lasting from Wednesday evening until Monday morning, but for most local cltl- «i!iin the holiday will bo limited .() Thursday, it survey showed today. Production workers In at least ,wo local laclorlen, lhe IMI-M and '!i!iieral Tiro, will not have to no j;ick to work Friday, i<lvlnn them Iho extended hollduy, but tric.it if this oilier major plants In Lo- wlll bo fthul down Tliiirw- were cx- More thfin a ttw.n couiillen in a rather narrow bund iicro.i center of Il/i</^i(?rlanfl w«:rc. hard lilt, Iw/wirvcr. The heavy precipitation Ml In «a arna M or more mi!<vj wide ainj clear acrotis Lljt; t,lali; from Vino to -Jay ooiintlcn. Floods hit Mjrd cili<;M im Tcrre Haute, Hwkvllli!. Clinton, l-'rali- lion, Crawfordsville, Tlptun, Indl- unapolts, Manmi, Munrii; and J'ortland and iln/i-iiA of smallw tow/is and rural arrii^. About 1,500 p»i-.vui» wi-.-i! evacuated from an Indianapolis area .Sunday iilHht whi-n l<-wiw wen; tfiriNitened by tin- While. Tliiry werij ijoriniiurd to' return l/i lh<;lr hoin(!.H a Inw hoiid-i later when voliiiilcdi's reinforced lh« Ivviiue und the stream nlowly reciiditd. Fire Damages Semi Trailer Kirn eiiimnd P.IKMI ilanmtii' l<> tlM- r<:frif,c,rfillon irailcr o( a fiumi rlK about lhr<:'- inili-n i-iml of I,alu! Clcolt on I). H. 1A al .'i.:ill a, in, Sunday. The (s-ialhoiind ltii.;;;s Dairy !')/.• pri-iis truck of Vcrsatllei). Ohio, wa.i driven by Kvcrclt K. Kellcy, Kansas City, .Mo. KHI«y, who was lakln aa load «f frozen pncka^e <liuiH'i'^ Iriiin St. Jo, Mti., to Nc.w York, said In- .inw Miiuki! cnmlnx from (he trailer jn.s/ wc^f tit the I'ttinitylVHiila riiilroiid overhead on highway 21. Hi- pullnl tin- truck oil the highway jUSt eiihl (if llin OVlTllltllU, 1111(1 whwi hit ojH.'iiod Ihi; tfiiiler dwn'N Kinokr helchc'l forth, anil the Inill- «r burst Into the llniucs. Thn lire was <!Xtin|{iil;ihe.<| liy tin. Hoyal Center llrumwi. 'I'ho trailer re- fii^iM'ation syslf.-m wa .ihclleved to be thn cause ui the i>hi7,r. The llnini-,1 alno damaged part of th<! fro/eii dinners on Uii! Iruck, but no cnllmaln ol Ihi; IOHH was available. Stale Trooper Dick KoyeK and Deputy Slmrlfl Lionul Krlcmhi may call Monday «v«- nlan, after 4 p. HI. nL HMI Miller funeral lioino here, The body will taken Tuesday lo Clovei'dale for final riles ul the Mislhndl.-it church there nl 1 p. m., the Rev. .lohn I-'lahnr In clinruur, and burial In The borly will Ilii III sl.ai.e for an hour preceding th<; ncrvlccu. Indianapolis Jeep Upsets on Highway UfiHiuKti I'.ilirruiled ul. ('IHfi wan i:au.ii'.d to thn rltjht nidi; of a J»c:p driven by Ml'*. Vi-ra I'tiln, 11, of \'i'M South Ci'iili:nnl;il avciniii 1 , Indl- anaptjlis, wlnrri It turned over on stiiti- mad M four and a half norlli (»f Lo^an^port at IO:<tTi p.m. Sunday. Mr.-i, I'c.ln told Deputy Hlmrlf! Iilonel l)avls that sho wa:i enrouto nnrlh when the Ill/Jits wunt out and sin* hut control of lln: v(rhl(!lo, iivini'A by (')uirlnn J'«l;i, No o;»; wns injun'd In tin: accident. City School Board Will Meet Tonight Mi-nibi'.i'A of tlii) clly bonrd will meet nl 7 p.m. Monday at UK; Admlnl.itratlon bnlldliiK. Items tin llici aK'iiKla Innludn « proposnl to Incntn.iK thn ciniiclii live hiilldhiK fund from IW) ifi-nlji t' fl, coal and oil lihlx, and caiilrniitii, Council to Consider Transfer of Funds An ordinance for addilioinil up. pri;/iri«U<wi;i In certain cll.v luiuli will ho a part of lhe agenda ol lhe regular .Inly city council meet IIIK at II o'clock tnnlijlit III the clly building. The resolution lulled to pass al hull week's special mm-lmg on i 1-1 vot«, Two councilman wore ul)- Eisenhowers Wed 41 Years GKTTYSUURCI, I'll. (UP) — President niid Mr.i. Kisunliowcr (ixliiy celobnilod their list wed- dlii)/. anniversary. And they cc'lobruled it r|iiiol1,y nt home — Lho home they always •wanted — with only a fow old fr!f;mlr< fin linntl. The ^lllfi they n'lVf* (sn:h (M.her to mark the event were not nil- nouaced, Hut they had one xlft for ou«h other that ciunul now nbuut; Uul>bll»K Rood Accident Rate Still Dropping In Logansport City Truffle Dcpartmiiiit Ko covers 1'Votn Record Spurl Jn Jnntinry Thi! IralTIc ncclihinl. rule.In I/o- Knn.sport contlniie.'i to drop, accord- Ing to the. sciill'iinnunl roporl In- suud Monday by Maxlne Gray of his earnings this week. The hike and wlUilioIdlnif a,s Suite Revenue Commissioner Mdwin Bouinon clo.sctl out the 11)5(1-57 fiscal year with more thun I'Ki million dollars in the til! from income tnxca, a Kuin of about 7 millions over the last fiscal year. Thu Kross tnx rise murkisd the second time since the r/t'iilslnliire ended Its (it-day session that Uix increa-sos mawses. Thu first, affective In Miux-l), wus n two-cent climb In the BtoliU KiiHolIno tax, rulsinu the per-Kallou lovy from four lo six cents. Today m/irkod nnulliur Innovation for flixmlcrs as a result of the I.uKlslature'fl session. MotorlsU w_bo himmr nnd They Hhowed It plnlnly Sunday evoriliitf when Uiey helped lids' - y town niai-k Us own Kreal annlvcr- A 'tolaI of 2IB crushes has boon nary: TJin epic Civil Wmr ImlUe of'reported for Ui« first six months lit MIIV/, out! less than the 2114 clur- Thfl I're.'ddont nnd Klral Lady, ciu:h nr-m-ln-arin for ;>i>ni'tt briefly |tholoi/,riipliirr,'i before taking front-row BCII.I.S id, a coromony irimrklnK lhe (Mill anniversary of lien, It.oborl I 1 !. Lee'H heroic bill. iiii;(ii::i;e.'inl'ii! aU.em.pt to crack tlii! Union armies on 1.1m ficldd boi'de-rluK tlii! I'M'lnnhowiM'ii' farm. Bulletins llf(J HI'lUMd, Ten. (UP)—Two'. T.'l,'! jel Iniliier plaiK'H collided III :lay only. The local aulo llceinii! brnnc.li will ))(! (;l«/ii;d from Wcdneiwlny evening lliroiiKh Sunday nloiiK with •ill other auto lleenin: brunches In Ihi! stall;, aucordlnii to Mrs. Ada Arnold, brunch maniiKcr, Mrs. lier- ilcn Ilnwlhornii, clerk of the local Selective Hurvlco board, mild that i"|,e ,d," loiiiiy alMMil ifflcc also will b« cloned dni'lii).; 1 ;h(! ,Mimc period. All Ihi'eii of OIIIK cuiinty'ii utatn lroo;ii!i'H «lll be on Fourth of ,luly jjfilnj] duty, nil leaves ol til.al.i! .roopcrs having been canceled fur mill 'I'tiwnduy arid Huml/iv, wlinii .be liolldny trulllc Is expected lo lit hfjaviosl. The heavy holiday truffle Is ex- lidded to benln Wediioiidny IJVI.MI- IIIK it stmllnr jmrlod In.sl your. This win ncbliivw! dc»plt« Ihc mLihapii In January of this your, niHe.H of IJItf Npi'liiK, anil unit ii)iina|.;(l to malm U Illicit til Welili Air Koran ItiiHi: to lanil Hafely, |)M ((JI-) _ Th « Heiialn territories subcommittee appnireil luil'iy Imlli Abmlm inn) Hawaiian statehood blllri nnil HeiiL llinin to tliii full cmlimlHi-ij fur illn- 1(1, eompnrcd to 11 listed the pre- I'er.'uinal injnrlos nLiii luivu do- c-riJiiHOd from 7.1 to ft:l diii'lnx llir first, six mon!.)i.i «f 11)57, Koiirlcoil Is the lil;.;hivit number of cnsula- lie;! in n ,'dnKli! nionlh, 'lining iMUich- ed in both Mny nn'd .liuui. The laid traffic fnlnllty wiui re- Klslered 'M inonlh.1 li^i), 111 October nf 111,111. Tim monllily nummary: Mich. Durlal. will he made in (he Cnllitilic ciniic'.ery ill Ktdnma/.no. Meanwhile, Mrs. Ilrnwn's sislc: 1 - of 24<> bodies have been recovered," Hold said at a nows conference. "Of these, 182 have been processed Ihrouuh She<i •) nt the Lake Ohnrle-s docks. "The balance nrc accounted for in burials on.the spot, bodies sent directly to private mortunries and deaths in hospitals." Crews on the ck-.-aslatcd coast, south of Lake Charles, speeded up their efforts to recover the bodies of Ihc dead still in the swamps and wrcok.'iKe ami |« bury or burn the carusscs of Ihousmuls of anininls mm pets. Those were fausim: n sevore hi-nlth problem, hut i-viik'ntly not t-oo much of n problem lo rlis- I he novonimciit from to . I ..I Y-, ,i ., ,, . *• •'»• "r>L ""• : t-.i'l ( I HlliL ill J I \MU m-lnw, Miss Bet y Brown «,, who .,| alvnillR , 0 ,,„„,, ,, hi (( ,, n cj , was critically injured m Iho crash, ;lt c ( imeroi,~H,e hiits-sl town on Is rcpiirlctl in poor condition at .j )c oonsl „,.,, All , lro ., hit _ Dukes Memorial hospital, snfler- in from fractures of her led. ICK and Jaw and severe lacerations of the head and fnce. The 11-year-oM mother died S.at- bocume directive for tJiu i ni'dny nl'lerniion nl. lhe hospital of multiple pelvic fractures. The daughter of Hllnii nnd Mnr-i Ian Clawson Hreniuir, she was born AUH. ai,. IMS, in Hrmlley, Mich.. and was married in IMH In Kaln- imizoo la .Ii!i)ic,i U. Jirown. Siirvivom are the liiishnnd: n l.wo-wu('.ks-old daiifjlilur, 1'auin; hou.se the homeless. Will Hnlld Trntu • Since Sntiirciay, cruws nn 1h« const, had been pilini; up aulomu- bile I Ires and .stMIIni; them on fire to burn the cnrcnssi-s of dead ", v .f! r , •? ,, llpi ' ly . lnK ,, fm '..''°, no ™ ul ,,. l ,' f i» !Hl U>r«c slnlcrs. Mrs. lloniiu ' "" ' ' He, Fuiinvllle, Mich.; Mrs. Vlonnu Molson nnd Mrs, Bonnie Lucy, both ot Knlamimio. She wan a member of lhe SI, Augustine Catholic church in Knl- uma/.on. The body was rumovvd from the McCain funeral hoinii at Ihi 1 Junction of highways in and :n lo Hu- HHCIISCS the rest of this year wero required to lulio written uxiimln'ntlons and eye tests to dokirmlno If th«y ore qnnlltied to wHi'y on tile roiul. • Ulco wlthholdhiK, Ihq exams 'Wore the first of tiielr kind in the dtatc's history. Revive Boy Hit by Bolt NI5WTON, MIJSII. (Ui') — A l.V yuar-old boy slniulc hy lliibtnlnK Wins reported In KOoil condition today iiftw )iu wax nppdnnilly brouKhl. hiit-k to llfo by two blown on I. lie che.'il. Jamc-s Roonoy was Ii!l. hy a boll of ll'Hhlnlnrt Sunday us h« woriied as a cnddlu at tho ('hnrlcs Itivor Country Club. Four others WITH knocked lint by Ihu holt IncltidliiK DC. Albert S. Murphy »f Ilwioklliie. olid of UMI jjolllnK iiiil'ly. The HiirKeoii, I'li'st to rencll IJui youth, i'«i>oi't(!d "his piilni! had ina/oo Sundny nllrninui). Jaiiiiai'y I'^'liniary MaiTh . April ... Mny ... Jmin ... 11)117 7-t ll .18 10 ;:n;i nl«|ipi!(l fur Veterans Ask Appointment Of Service Officer Will Hail SiihniUM Ilislorlcn] Sm'ioly Hii(l|.;i'( Tor Next Vcur To (.'iiiiiiiiiKNioiiors Cllniidii Nuel, (.lalvcstoil, presl- (lent ol' the Cans eoimly Velnnniii' nilnuli'S nnd coiincll, nnd n-presiMilnllveii of Ihr American l.i'ijliiii, VKW, and IJAV cntinty the pupils of hl/i uyeii weru diluted, lln was dead." Murphy then sti'iick llui boy on comiiilssloniT.'i Monday In nnk Hint l.1)<; cliesi wllh liln claied fist In mil" unrvlri' off irfforl to foi'co lil.i hwnrl back Into Cnss county. notion, '"IVii! first, limn llWd IK 17 :m 37 TO «'rlvnd." ' Idnoiiiiy wiui rnjKirUtd 2IM|jil a hospll.nl. l.h« lioy, nol.lilnij liiippcni'd. I wnlli'd « I'nw jioeondii and struck him n si/cond limn, a real luird blow, Thn boy ami we nintlnni'il (\»n\y. HH'i locnl ifinlurtnlH tiro IIICH! biw Infnmjmnnl ol'llciti'N In he particularly wary during thii holiday period In an i-ltiiri. to avoid tlKi UBiial hiiavy diial.li. toll, River Crests At 12,5 Feet Thi! Wahiiith rlvur crciiti-il In l.,o- (innspofl. nt I2.B fuel, id, 1 o'clock Monday m<mrl/»(j, Hcxvirdliif/ lo Frank I'llnillnijor, locnl wualliur olinDrvor.. ilinii very only, onn- Th« I'lvei 1 wu« riic itlowly, linvlnij lidhtii lClll.1) «f « fflol I/I tllll hour*, Kli7illniji!r said, Tliii eriiKl was ]u»l two and a half fnol billow prnlliiilnary flood May hcru. It hriintiiit an i;ud to any fliHirl Direnl. IIDMI iiiitenn hi nddlllonal ralnfnll niin.lii^iHl ol l.oxaiiHport, Wllh tho river a I, Its prwienl. hninlit a liiinvy I'lilnl'all would cause much concern, Thi) lmtiiMi;i|ioIli! Weather lilir- i.'nu had predicted a cn:il. hern bo- twceii 12 and i:i fed, liul II. bad milldpalnd Ih/it tins )I!K|I Hinrlt would comi! Sunday JuMuad ill' Moiulay. Tim hliih wnlcr wan thn rosult of Lint hiiavy ralni* Thurii" day and Friday ulnlitn which entiw- ed fluflh ilimln l''rlday infill, and Haturday In thu cciilrul iiui't of lh« itattt, DRIVER LICENSE APPLICANT GIVEN VISION TEST thnl Ihc ('(million (.'enter mm! run- iilni/ npproxlmnlely '.'.I'j mllivi iini-lh nnd iioiilh In lloono lownship be 'ilackloppml, and Fred Myern nsk- '(I Iho bonrd to Improve old roiul .'.U norlli of lloynl (limler lo the :'oimly llni!. Alloriiny Iliirold ,1, 'I'liln-rty Hob- 'iildcd plad, of Iho Miirldlim Hills "i-riinil Mild third Hiibillvbdons, In- Inline nix loin, In Kel township, which were npproved Kiihject. lo ciniiifriiction of rondwnys and drain- UK" by lhe owners. The comnilnidunf'1's agreed In al. low the ,1111110 nunibnr of deputies for e/ich office for next, yni' «« the olllclnld havn ;il lh» presenl lime. Appoints Longcliff Recreation Leader Thu i<ppollilm«nt. oi Mi»s Demi M. mi'Miuilwru nit rwrenlhm lender nt tlii! f,ogniifipor{ ftlato hospital WIIH aiinonnceii Mondny hy Dr. John Sniilhworlh, uiipi-i'lnli-nilenl. Mlns StraiKlberj; .received her II. S, decree |n recnuiliiin from Ihii UnlviiJTilly ul Mlnni'ioln Ihlii yi'ni', Shn (iiirved an i»-.j{uni'd In Ihu Mlnmtnpollii V, W. ('. A. HIM) Mrn, AiKlrey Ilitmm, »l litfl, In dli»wn nl the Cnss county unto llcensn bruneli Ix-lng Klvcn (lie vltdim w ,'in pl'oeram director ol Ihn Kec- of »K« nffnetlvi! liuliiy, With hor. n-iitlon Aiisoclnllon In I'lnsl Minn Noel said I hern arn li,Dill) Will Hall, president of lhe Cans county Historical xnrlrly, IlJud pr- 'llonii wllh Ihn comiiilssloiiiTii anil nincll for a !:'.'.,lim nppriipnnllon for HIM lllrtliirh'id nue.My for next yniir, Ihn snine as this yeiir. Thn nsllumled ln|dKcl. ol I In- Ills- (iirlenl mirlely Is tl.ailll lor lhe ciirnlor's Mnlnry, tHW for ulllllliiH, $•1110 lor fuel oil, j;il!) lor bi;iiin(in:e, anil (iildl) fur Incidentals Wlllliuii Miller apiienrei A spnltesmnn for the Federal C'lvll Dnfeiiso Adminl.'ilKilion snys the Kovernnionl plaiw to build 500 Ui l.tXW lonls rinhl away at Cnmo- roii. '!'<> do this niili-kly, he said, civil di'fon.se will i.-nllst Hie siip|wri of oilier I'cdcrnl iiKeucli'.s. The Department of Health, F.ilu- entinn aiui Welfare, for histaiK-e, will hu n>S|x)nslt)lc for. Iho health problem. The IhmsinK and Homo Finance AdniliH^trallon will bo responsible for ijW.llns |h« lents, lumber In floor Ibffii. fnriiiltir* mid kitchen utensils. -7- Shed 4 <in I lie l.alui Clharlc.t docks, which Kent mentioned nt the news conference, l.< where Iho dead from the con.M lire di'po.Mli'il by boats for sprnyuij; with » p ri ... aervnllvo nnd fur idcnllficiilion. (iov. Karl l,i»ni; ,.,.-iii| Suiiiljiy nlKht thai Hie deml and mlsjihiK will I'xicced 4(XI. 'file clcnnup up. iiiTiifly lind now renrhed Ihn point where Held, spenkini; f«r «T oflkiiils, ciinld Inwer Ihn ex'peclwl loll tti :i.1() wllh soniii I'ertlilnly. ('arpciiler.v nl Luke ('hm'Ic* worked In n.s.teiuhly lines, malting i-ol'flns. On lhe ccin.-,-| In (he ile. vnslnliNl (owns nnil villages -<'n- iih'ron, Ci'i-ole. Crmvd flH-nler — crows In hoiilu patrolled Ilia innrshiOi, lookliiK for ni<pn> Ixidles. Di-rlont Anltiuil ('ni-eiinKi<» Ilepiily SJiei'llif Suin Ma/.llly seni n crow lo lh« Sweet Laln'-ltljj Lnko liraied wllh pislul.s tmlny |,, .shinil eollimiiioiilli iiiocciiKlilH, which are Mi'lldim id rejii-iii- crew*. The Hiinkivi noinihlly llvu nlont; Ihi' (MliiCs of Iho liay.nis In Ihn brii.'.h. T!m Ihbij t vnv<> drov« lluiii- niindn of Ilium up Inin i||,t villniicii nnd towns svlun'u Un-y unitrily slrllin nt anylliliiK that eomeii by. About 7I> men weru wnrkin-K on rlenniip ilelnll.s In lhe Sweel l.alie- l.nlin iii'i-n, They used lo ili'hiodl |hd cnrenisc.'i of entile, Thn wc-Hlher iihiiiif Ihe cii/i.il It 'hot and humid nnd Ixidlos nnd In link i-nrcasses rinlekly pnl rely. Cntllu nwi-ll up with Hns iialll Ilio;,' look like hnllons. Whllll liulldo/ei's, crows use, hit. tl ciiHieH, they i>x| full! .TOinllbiH iniill wiilcJi cli'iinup '.• blonti'd eiii-- iixlu, throwliiK /ill over lint nxumlmithin ri!(|iili'i!il nl all (Irlvnrx 1 Iliiniini! npplleaH'.n wver 115 urn Mrs, Ilu/i;l '/iteli, H "li'iiuty, unit Mrx. A (III Arnold, hi'Hnnli innnngnr. All of th« turner bruncii.iK now Imvo llin vlnliia iimchliien uiiiih x« tlmt uluiwn nlwvn, ]>)inti>.En||riivlnK.) iinpollii. Him IK « miiiiilmr of Ihn Mulhoilldl church and In at linlldo/.cr nnil Us operulor. A iniin with n shotgun run ntand off nt a dlslaii'i'i', iJiool (hit miniMi aii.il lei out Mu- j.;ns lidore n hull- do/er over M.elu to It. I I'n Nasty .lull Th" men |!»ln(! bn.-k nnd forlh in wmjiJJ bont.i and .'twaiup hiiiirilew ID recover Ihe dend connilnined thai mosl per.Kins In rellel crewn on uh« eoiisl wiin't help (hem, Tlmy liirn iiway wlien nslied for lu-lp. "In one wny yon can't lilniim them and in another way you run," onii limn who recover* bodlim uahl, "Soiiielxidy has In do Illlu job, 1 don't like Ui havu lo do It any more than I In- next man. Hut It huii lo his done," Aiilhorlllcn threatened lo post UUard* around every houso In !»<)|i)u MI'OIIN to prevent tooling, which IIIIN Iwomii « m/ijor pn»b- lorn. However, Ihn dvml an<l illseaso remained the bi;i probleiii. Around Oulnnron lh« smell oi (tenth liunK like- n cloud. Tliou.-uinds of lilonled carcivsniw ol cnHlo uiul uvU Uy rutting In tlio »un,-

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