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Tuesday Evening, May 38, 1957. 11. FOR SALE ROP LEGHORN chicks. Popular Heavy Breeds Cockerels available. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. STARTED chicks, 5 , weeks old. New Hamps, 2 week old New Hamps and White Rocks, week old Barred Rocks. Also day old White Rocks,. New Hamps.and Barred Rocks. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. TURKEYS, Goslings and Ducks. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. •. S*»di, Plant* ORTHO and Acme Insecticides and Fungicides. Also Rosefood and Fertilizers. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. SWEET potatoes and garden plants. McClain'g at Mexico, Indiana. f. Wearing Apparel WHITE sailor pants 91- middies, $1.00 each. Bargain Center, 322 Third. 13. REAL ESTATE NEW 3-bedroom house, attached garage. Ph. 21851. MODERN bungalow, long living room, 3 bedrooms, full basement, laundry, recreation room, full lot, garage. Ph. 3265. FOR SALE Corner lot, 5 room home. 3 bedrooms or 2 and a den. Living rm., dinette, tiled bath. Kitchen with lots of cabinets, built-in oven, stove, washer dryer & garbage disposal. Priced to sell by owner. 2511 Stadium Dr. or Ph. 50560. 4 ROOM country home. 2 acres, immediate possession. John Patton, 41/4 miles north. % west Idaville. BY OWNER: 4 room all modern cottage, full basement, large yard, chicken lot, garden, electric stove, Venetian blinds, 2-car garage. Located li way between Logansport and Peru, 1 mile off U. S. 24. Priced $9500. Call 40636 evenings. CHUBBY DRESS size 14. BaseballjFOR SALE: 7 room semi-modern shoes 7'/4. Phone 3334. BEAT THE HEAT IN OUR COTTONS AT The Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to Buy WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. house on 3 full lots. In Burrows on State Road 25. Contact Lizzy Daughtery, Phone 15-W Burrows. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homos available on V. A. loans at 294 down. Dial 2397. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 4th. Phone 3610. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetable* SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. HERE'S a buy for someone with "Do It Yourself Fever." 3 bedroom, den, living room, dinette, kitchen, utility room, 2 baths. Automatic oil heat. One block to park and pool. Close to schools, markets and transportation. Ph. 50128 for appointment. 13. REAL ESTATE COTTAGE LAKE MAXINKUCKEB All modern with furniture, one sail boat, one good row boat, good pier. Best of locution with 100-foot frontage. SEE HARRY EDGINGTON CL'LVER, INDIANA a. House* Brick Home 3 rooms, kitchen down. 3 bedrooms, bath up. Full basement. Brand' new auto, oil furnace. 2- car garage. Large. 220x178 lot. Location on stale highway. Is ideal for an antique whop, garden .supplies or any other business where a lot ot traffic j» desirable. Country Air A plenty here. 2 yearn old, 1 story home, 2 bedrooms, full bath, roomy kitchen, hardwood floors, basement. Optional bottled gas or oil heal. Attached garage. Aluminum combination storms. Located close-in, north of town. Columbia School 3 bedroom, 2 alory frame. New bath, new kilchon, new carpel in living room, new automatic ga« furnace, new front porch. Here we have a nice homo for asking price of $0,000. Owner transferred, will give Juno 1 possession. Otto HIbert HKALTOfl M.16 Clifton Ave, Phone MM Very Good 2 BEDROOM HOME Completely carpeted. Corner lot. North Direct, Large living room, dining room, nice Itilch- cii, tile hath, enclosed porch. All on one floor. Garage. Immediate possession. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Phone .'Win MOUKUN DUI'LKX, :i bdr ea. apt. 20% down. bal. like rent. MODKHN TWO STOHY, 4 lull', fireplace, bsrtil, 2 ear garage. MOUKHN KNGLISM I1HICK, :i btlr. fireplace, t/,ur. gas heal..: MOUKRN (XlUNTflY PLACK, 1 24 acrtiK. 3 Mr gim heal, Iwrnt. MOD K K N HCTUIIKMKNT I''AIIM, IK) A, good fenceii and service blttgd. MKUH1LL WILSON, Jieallur Homed—Farm*—Farm Uiunit :«X) Norlh' SI, Phone ii7i)H North Street All modern larger square type home in excellent condition. Well located on corner lot in Ix>ngfellow school district, kitchen ' built-ins, 2 fireplaces, I'/i balhs, full basement, with gas hot water heating system. Desirable neighborhood, close lo bus, schools and shopping. This property is priced rightl Appointment only. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Office 202(1 Kvp, 2-1707 b. Lots RESTRICTED building lolK. .1 mile from cily. South on Highway 2il. Phone 5-(;riiK). LARGE lots, reasonabio. Phone 211151 or MOID. BUILDING sited, any size, olcctrl. city, gns Cash or contract. 7398. «. Farmi 25 Acre farm in Bclhlohern Twp., Improved with a large all-modern 4 bedroom home, combination crib, garage, and loolshetl, and a very good bank barn. Here in your chance lo buy u really nice country place. Will H«II for cash, contract or take your home in trade. Otto Hilbert HKALTOR H3fi Cliflon Ave. Pbon 0 20IM 80 ACItl'J farm near CJraUB Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Je-fferleK, Realtor, •HW Kusl J3th. Itochoiler, Dial CA-.'HHII. Latest Market Reports PROFITS ROUNDUP H*r«'l how xl*ct*d mduitrwi for«J thii lit quarter vt. '5fc Corporate N«t Incom* «r»r Ouortw: 1957 it. '3« MH CIHT CHANCI -30-20-10 0 H0»a»30 Ah-cnrft . Oil . ., Offle. Iqulp. . M«ch. «, Took . Ante * Iiiulp. toWtto . . . . Iron J. SM«I . . farm Iqwlp. . . Hdj. Mrt.rl.li Pulp ft Pop»r , Mining ft HMili Hawkins Stockyards Meat type Above Quotations 190 lo 210 18.50 210 to 230 1B.25 230 to 250 ]7,!K> 250 to 270 17.60 270 to 300 17.35 Sows 16.00 down Boars 10.00 down Stags ...' 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Popejoy Dr*uing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens •. J3 Third Street Market Veals IB Lambs 16 Veal Hides 12 Beef hides ,04'A Eggs .25 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Producers Stockyards 100 Lo 21)0 No, 1 10.30 MX) to 210 18.110 210 to 230 111,15 230 to 250 Jfl.no 250 to 270 JV.llfl 270 to 300 17.55 .Sows •. .Hi.25 down Boars 7.00-10.(X) Stags 7.00-10.00 OHICAOO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (U'P) — Livestock: Hogs 6,000; generally 25-50 high or; No, 2-3 mixed grade 190-230 HJS ]I).00-1».25; .several loin mostly No. 1-2 .these weights J9.2R-!!).5n; 30 head lot No. 1, 200 l.hs 19.75; — head lot 20.(X); No. 2-3, 240-270 H>s lfl.5fl-10.00. Cattle -1,000, calves 200; fed ulcers and heifers Hlunily do strong, instanced 25 higher; venlers firm; bulk choice steers 22.75-24.00; few loads and lots higJi choice ;md primo 24.50-20.00; good nnd low choice steers 19.50-2H.75; few .standard and low good 17.M-10.50; high good nnd choice heifers 21.00-2.1.25; fow good .111.50-20.50; few choice vonlerK 26.00. .Sheep 1,000; .steady; Rood'and choice ahorn lambs 20.00-21.00; cull to low good 12.00-1(1.00; Hood to prime spring lambs 23.50-25.00. Church Bible School Will Begin on June 3 Daily Vacation IJiblc ncliool will lie held at lh« Onwurd Chi'Lillan church from Juno :t through June 14 from I) a.m. until J1 a.m. The classes will include singing, missionary slorlos about Japon, handwork and n study of Uie Mllile. All childron of Ihe community from the ago (if four years lire Invited lo nttiirid, Mrs. llulh Wldncr In I lie director of lliK jiclinol anil Randolph O.'ibornc is mlnl.itcr and will direct mu/iic and tench lulerinodl- Ul(!.1. Ollmr leathers Include TVTrs. (Uiidya Btiwyer, Mi'it, l.,ulliu Uiy- mon, Miss flotly Hoed, and Mr.i. Margarol llodrlck. Handwork In- .structOT'K arc Mrs. Dulnron Khope, Mrs. Helen llecil, Mrs. Holly Wilson, Mrs. Roberta llodrick, and Kliil.ic Xull. The clo.Hinx proKrom will be held at H p.m. Kiimlny, Juni; 10, INMANAPOUS LIVESTOCK I!:(>«H ll.OXXl; Rtroni.! ' t« M lli»litT; 1/00-250 11) lfl.76-10.SO; 2802!H) U) 17.75-10.75. Oullle 1,000; cnlve.s 200; sl.ronK lo 2f» higher; ffwid lo choice wlc;(;i'H 2i!,SO-a'l,50; utility and commcrcinl cowii l;i.50-i'5.50; standard lo Koocl Ul.OO-lll.riO; dinners and cutlcru H, 00-14. 00; vualers about Hleiuly, ({ood rend choice 22.00-25.(X), fow Sheep .100; nw-stly Hteudy; «ood aiKl ohoice nprlnKH lumtlw 21.5024.00. CHfCAOO PRODUC* OWICAtrO (-t.''PJ — ,T'roilueB: Ll-ve pti'iHr?' sleudy; UZ.OM) Hid. UHI5A price changes: PIymoul.li Rock broilers or fryers 2.TA-24. •Ohuoiic Hl-eaily; olngli! tlulsles awl loiigliorriK :i(I ; '/i-:H)'A ; proeewHed loiif :w-:t7; Swlns Grade A. «-4!l; H .Tfl-4'l: 0 IlfMtll. liultur slMdy; 1, 402,000 Ibs; IKI and f« score M; !«) .seoro IWIVii; 10) Hcorc "'!>. KKHSI steadier; 2l,:i()0 CUKM; whllo large anil mixed large ux- tran :iO; rnediiimn 25; HUndurtls |2II; current recelpl.w 27. ; 1,767 Now Enrolled I For Summer Reading; Library Closed 30th Total of 1,7(17 sluil'.'iils nnd adults trnvi! now c/iu'olliMl in Uie oily library summer re-.iding program, librarian Mary ISolmus re- 3 Assistant Principals to Be Employed School Board Also Approves ' Plan for' Two Shifts of Classes At High School . City school board members in a special session Monday nighl voled to hire assistant principals for the Washington, Franklin, and McKinley grade schools. The new plan will permit supervisors to- be in those buildings at all times, according lo Charles L. Sharp, cily school superintendent The board 'also approved a plan presented by Harold Mer-lz, principal of the high school, for two shifts of classes nexl 'year lo relieve the crowded condilions there. Students in the first shil't will report at 7:30 a.m. and attend classes until .2:46 p.m. The second shift will arrive at 8:30 a.m. and be dismissed at 3:45 p.m. .Under the approved 'Iplan students on\ both shifts will attend school only six periods a day and the teachers will not be required more than a six-period day. Two Lunch Hours With the two shifts and a double lunch hour there will be eight available periods a day, Merlz said. This will enable school facilities to be used to a better advantage, tie added. A plan ot this kind became necessary when a pre-enrollmenl. survey indicated thai, approximately I'RO additional students will be in the high school nexl. year. In mosl cases, students in grades 10, 11, and 12, will be assigned to th<: early shift while the students in 7, 8, and U will report at ll;3l) a.m', the .same as grade schools, Mcrlz said. He al.so pointed oul lhat the new schedule will bo more practical for .sludenta who arrive on Ihe school buses. With the buses arriving early for high school and junior high students, other grade school pupils must now wait unlll 8; 30 before their classes begin. All bus students will he assigned lo Uio late starling lime in the tall. (JonchCK Gei Hatai* In other action, trustees agreed to pay Ihc new high .school wrcsl- ling coach $400 noxt year for Ms extra dulics. The baseball couch received a SfX) raise from $550 lo $((00 for the spring activity. Flfly dollars was approved for each of tin: oighl grade Kcho for coach pay. making u total of $400 for Ihe schools. Department, heads nt I/he various schools will receive $100 noxt year for their extra duties. They will act. an department, co-ordinnlors. Tlic number of persons for lluj,se posla bav« not yi.'t been decided. Sliur-p mild. Two 'J'eni:l>WH l.wivl»|f . Two touchor rcsigniitioriH WCTC announced, Tlioy are Ann Su I'll van, 'at Hi Icy, und Eleanor Clay well, leather at. Daniel Webster. CorilracLs were .sighed for throe new teachers: Uornlue Liindrum, itlenwnliwy teacher, Donna Ulmor, girl's physical education Lcuchcr for thu high school; nnd Florence Douglas, ele- monlary louchor. McdUind - Uowmnn arcjhKucls were assigned a botlor-ropulr job ,'it. Toplon scliool. Hill Julian Will IIL'I. JI.H COfLSUlUknl. A ro(|iKinl. by Slmrij lo raise i ciimulativo building fund to pr«: pare for a "boom" of ]>uplls com- 1 ing into the high school in JINX) wan nol. aclxid on ul onei>, The Hei-ll-Way (Iliuis cornijii of i.ogansporl, WIIH awarded tin. 'jonlraul. lo repair the onli'iinces lo Ihi! high school. Two oilier con tracts woni recolvnil, but. Bol.-H- Wivy siihinlUed Ihe lowo.il. hid. ChiJdTDeiath Due to Rabies Silver Awards To 2 Scouts Silver scout awards, the highest possible in Explorer scouting, were >resented Monday night to Dale Burrough and Lyle Durbin at Boy Scout and Explorer investiture ceremonies held in the Baptist Temple. Both boys have been in the same troop five years and both have accumulated 21 merit badges. Dur- b'in also won his fingerprinting merit badge and Burrough received a service award for two years of scouting, and three years in the Explorers. Dr. Brice Fitzgerald, institutional representative, presented the scoiit group with its charter. Quen:in Danely, chairman of the troop committee accepted it. Committee cards were given to Danely, Burdette Patty. Wayne Durbin and Clarence Dial. Two committee members were not present. Wayne Erwin was awarded .a service badge for two years in the scouts and one 'in the Explorers. Eddie Fitzgerald received a three- fircmanship, and also the Eagle award, highest in Boy Scouts. Tom fodd received a service badge for :wo years in Boy Scouts and three n Explorers. lie also was given the Star scout award. Members of the Fox patrol, and :helr awards were: Bob McClain, two years; Tom Morris, one, year service and marksmanship merit tudge; Charles Jilcott and David Patty, one year service and second class badges; Kent Acton and Neil,Hodges, second class badges. Members of the Flying Eagle l)nul>l<!-duly home, 5 rm«, pur- Hal bath down, .'I rm. a|>l. with complete bath tip. $»M)fl. Sue thii pnnHihlllliuH, STRISCKHK-BKOWN ACiKNOY i'heme 430S 8-ItOOM flornl-modern, for »alu by owner. 140(1 Wright. HOME with Income by »wnor. Ph, wau. i-flOOM hoiiflo, year old, low down paymcnl. Sco nftor 4:00, 2M1) HOUSE for sale. To bo lorn down »nd moved. Cluudo rtollor, H. U. 1, Walton. Wallon 2023. ACEI) COUI'I.K IJCICNNKD I'lCRU (UP)—A marrlaKo II- wan Inrnmd by lh<i Mlnml County clerk Momlny I" Culvin IJnllcy, »7, Arnlxiy, nnd Kva I.IICM, IK), Siilorn. III. LOANS PLAIN NOTE—AOTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CON10UDATI DOTS • CAIH YOU NIID » MIBICAl, (lit! • ANY OOOD runroil TOWN FINANCE CO. OVffl BAZUY 5 MARKET LOOANSPORT, INDIANA 'h -J252 410' i E. B'oodwoy The 1,701)111 slildonl to reglsLer wu. 1 ) liukltl Lynn Drummond, Wn-sh- Inglori fourlll grade. ' Sclieduletl lo unroll Wodiiosday are klndwgarlen clauses from Longfellow ndiool, lauglil by Hay Stephens and Grace Hlephcim, Two high nuliool cliiH«e«, con- dueled by Charles Iliirkins, loured lliu library Tuesday morning. MiM llolmm remin;ltid l.linl the library now closiid ill noon on Sitlurilny. Woek-duy hours arc (Ml. Counly library Is upon lo II p.m. on Friday. Normal ulonlnK hour for UHI county library Is (1 p.m. MjsH Unimex wild Uio library would l>« closed tin Memorial Duy, MNAKK IN UKIHMK)M ON HJP) — (JMwon Agricultural' Agent Claude Davis rushed lo bin wife's aid when he hoard her scream as alie lltlied up a bedroom In llicli: home. Ho found a six-fool, snake colled lioneaUi a dresser. Davis killed libe rtrpUle, Ihuu Idcnllfliitl II. as n chicken snalie. "The .inako was nol poisonous," Dnvlu Biiltl, "bill, nt Um lime I didn't want lo »UtU around asking I,I« (|H J ).--lnillnna liuallih wllflclalK today Warned a "siruill wild animal" for the rubles (Irnrl/h of a Ifl.inonl.h-old girl. 'Illie SI.-H.; Hoard of Huallh ported Monday Um deatli of Cindy \,vji> weiAs ago, The hoard ,s»id H appurirnl/ly wus the ra'bles ilenMi In Indiana in ulKiut u ycnr. The I'll'llu KM died May 14. • Tbo board reported the girl's crying iiwnltonw) her part-lib April 21, Thu jxirents ' I'oiuid ly'ti I'lnger w;m blending. were no domesllc tmimnl.s In thu hoime 'uoar llu: clly dump und lilio Wfliiml wan IVesli. Hut no uiiljiwl was sei'ii nutir Lho child nnd i«bli>« wiw diucoiinlod, Or, Albert I,. Miirnliivll, . nlalu cllroclor of coiraiiunlcablu ell* eases, said furMior diagnosis proved the glnl 'tiled ot riibl 'Reports to Mnrglinll inaltl the watei'H i>f Uio Wuhuoh Hlvor forced many ani/mals away from llic river bank and rotionlti woro K«un around Ihc house. Court Notes John' It. ilnwkiiw, 4SW44'Snutl: Third nU'oot, chnrgoii crnully in u suit fur divorce from Mury Ino Kiiwklrui fllod Tuesday In lliu CUSH circuit, court, Thu couple- ,wu« nitirrlcd .July '2, KHM, and nopu ruled May 7, this year, according lo Lho complnlnl fllod l.'irough At torrioy CharJeH Anderson. year service award merits 'ishing, for citizenship, and Plan Honor Day Program At Jefferson Jefferson grade school pupils will be recognized for their work during. the year in a Honor Day program at the school beginning at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday. Rome Scandal * Trial A} End; 11 Acquitted Sensational. Case "Involving Death of Party Girl Rocked Italian Government Circles VENICE, Italy (UP)-A three- man tribunal today acquitted Gdanpiero Piccioni and 10 of 1) other defendants in Italy's sex-and narcotics "trial of the century" growing out. of the death o£ a pretty Roman party girl. But the court "refused to rule Wilma Montesi, wJiose half - nude body was found on a beach near Rome April 11, 1953, died in accidental death. It thus left the legal doors open for possible future prosecutions in the case. The decision proved an anti-climatic finish to the scandal which rocked Italy and became a prime]You Walk." Donald Baker will be political football for the Commu- " " ' Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen Two Cass 4-H Members Win Scholarships Harold Erdman, Bethlehem, and James Benson, Jefferson, Win Two of 24 Awarded in Indiana | Two Cass county 4-H club mem- |bers have been awarded 4-H Club Awards which will be presented include attendance recognition, library ,' and athletic awards, and a P-TA presentation. Brenda Merrill will deliver the! scnolarships in the school of Ag- Honor Day message Prayer will riculture £ t Purdue university. be given by James Fisher, Robert Orr will recite the class motto, and Patty Porter will give an account of the class history. Joseph Huffman will direct the Washington-Jefferson orchestra in its presentation ot "Universal," "LaSpanola," "Over the Waves," "Tunder and Blazes," and "Our Director." The sixth grade chorus will pre- jsent "Lovely Meadows." "Where'er I "Vm I \Uo11/. " TXrtnol^l T3llrm- mill K/l ni-sts and. Neo - Fascists. At its height, it threatened lo topple an Kalian government and forced the resignation of a foreign minister— Mike De-Haven. Connie Farrer, Piccion's fattier — and two Rome police chiefs. Attilio Piccioni resigned as foreign minister when his son's name was linked to the affair. The elder Piccioni is now Italy's chief delegate to tine United Nations. The Judges decision, reached early today after hours deliberation, some seven came as no surprise. The prosecution itself had called for the acquittal of Uie three major defendants, Uie 35- patrol and their awards were Dick! ,.. uld Piccioni, the self-styled Danely, patrol leader, one year .. Marquis .. Ugo Montana, and service and first class budge; Fickle, one year service; Clyde Black HI, second class and one year service; John White, Bob Fickle and Gary Woolridge, second class badges. former Rome Police Chief Saver- jo Polilo. The only person convicted after the costly four-month trinl and four long years of investigation Awards were presented by Ros- WU » F model Adriana Bisaccia. 'Miss Bisaccia was giv-en a It) coe Norton, scoutmaster, and Burdelle Patty. Marie Norton took movies of the proceedings. Eddie Fitzgerald, Dale Burrough and Lyle Durbin were dressed in complete Indian costumes. Driver Meted $621.75 Fine Donald li. Kisling, Ealon, 0., WUK assessed a tola! of W;!I.7S whun be pleaded guilty ul J0:4fi p. m, Monday in Ihe local justice cout to u charge of operating a truck li,o;w pounds overweight, in addition lo a fine of .l;r> and cosls. he had to pay a civil penally of Ujn cents a pound for the overweight load. Part of Ibe loud of frown eggs and chill sauce also hud lo b« transferred to iinolhor Iruck before he. was permitted lo resume his trip. Kisling iillumplod to evade I/he weight, chock lining conducted Monday night by slule police nl. Ihe .scales west of l.ogunsport on 1). S. highway M. Trooper Lurry Wug- enitnccht Ihon pursued him in Uie slate.police car. When hi: st.il] failed lo slop, ufltii 1 WnKcnknculil. turned oil his red light, the trouper sped ii'licad of Ihe truck,.blocked the highway by turning his car cross-ways in the road and wil.li drawn gun ortlurud the driver oul of Ihc vdhlcle. Afler Ibe truck was driven buck l.o lliu scales and weighnd. it. was liiipoiindod unlll the 'money for Uio fine and civil penally arrived by wire Tiiosilay. myslc'rioiis group led by Monlagna. Baker Estate Asks Directed Verdict A iiioUim tor u (Hreete/tl vord-lcl for the u-slivlo WIIH fllud Tuesday al. thtt eondiislon of Ibe claimant's eu.su In the ill.spuled claim of Mr. and Mrs. Jfimory Meyur agalnsl Ui« l p rutl Baiter onki'le i-u l/he Cas.s circuit uoiirl. Jiulljo Clifford Wild wus scheduled lo ruin on lliu motion following I/he noon I'L'Ciss-s. A Jury of cloven moil and one woman has been hearing Hid evidence In Uio case, which opened Monday morning. 10 Fire Sprinkler Companies Indicted On Anti-Trust Changes OIIJCAGO UIP) — A fedunil grtiiul jury today Indlclod 10 maiiti- racitircrH und (lislrlbiilors of lire pwileclJon niwliildw syslemn on anlilj'iis!. cJuirges. ''lihe ludkilmet achiu'giid that Ihe flrnm cininpli'inl l.o iilloeii'.e CUHIDIII- ers In Illinois, Indiana nnvl Jowa, and lieltl mecllngs lo I'lii'llior the nrniiiKomonl. The Inillelmenl. charged thai. Die they conxplrcd on prleus. Atii.liorllli.^ said lliu followliiK five defcndanls Installed IH million dolla-i'H worth of iiprlnkloi' HyHlumn througliolil Uiu country last year: Grlnnoll Co, Inc., Providence, II.I.; Aiilomallc Sprinkler Corp. i>[ America, YoiingHlown, Ohio; liock wood Sprlnklw Worcunlor, Mans.; Globe Automatic Sprinkler Co., Philadelphia; mid Uli.iw-Kuox Co., t'lllffburgb. Tbii olhur five (IvfuiKlnnlH wore Vlltlng Aiilonmlic Spi'lnkler Co., Klrw l.-'roUiellon Co,, Amurlean Aiilomallc !''lro IMocllo'n Co., and C.L. DoucoUo Inc., all of Chicago, and II.C!, Vogcl Co., of Niw York, Andy I,oUh»w'ii WM«w CHAWFOI'liDt5VH>US (UP) Services will be held hare- lotlay for Mrs. Laura May l.olsliuw, 7(1, widow nl Andy I/olithaw, Irolncr oC Wio Chicago CuJ)a hnicbuH loinn for 33 yearn unlll liin ilonlh In IOM, MTU. l/ots)i.nw dltxl Kundiiy In a minting home horv. months susiieiidetl sentence 'Wbricaling a crime." She for wus Ihe soloist. The sixth grade p'adnales are: James Bailey. Donald r Baker, Barbara Beall, Dennis Campbell, James Fisher, Marsha Frick, William Galloway, William Hanna, P»- Iricia Humes, Mac Ison. Dale Jordan, Marlha Laylon, Paul Litlle, Roberl Luelzow. Brenda Merrill. Mary Lou Michael, Carol Miller, Marsha Miller, Sharon Murphy, Robert Orr, Douglas Poor, Patricia Porter, Dorothy Kance, Margaret Hance, Lynnel Rehwalrl, Lee Rider, Michael Runyon, William Shanks, Mary Smith, Louis Slepp. Patricia Wcrick, Ronald Wood, and Lloyd Valentine. Arrest Four After Strike Battle; 2 Die Six Other Persons Woiinileil As Workers Attempt lo Re- i move Picket Unrricmle (JlJWTBHaVliLI>K, Aln. (UP) — A shorinf nirodicted lie will make "several" mare, arrests and (Me rniirdor chnrgCAS today ngnlnxH. men accused of lakinx part, in n pil/clied bailie which lofl l.wo dead at a j>lcltnl barricade. Six persons were woiuidyd, one .seriously. A Circuit: Court. Injunction fore- bade nil lui'Miur picketing at the untraiici! lo a JTflO.OOO feed mill coii-Btruclion 'project where s<nne 10 lo 12 workers Monday shot, it oul. with 25 to M strikers. iSlicriff L. P. Dick.sw i«f Mar- ial'1 County hold four suspects on open charges and said bo oxpocl- utl l.o file murder charges aftor /anil more mispoafcji aiiu in. GOP Leaders Reprimanded By President fling police .ho | a ., H Mcm))crs for kikJnJi pen )>y a I ,-,... .,. . she hinted was *»'1«"K t» ''<Kl>< lor Kcs- tonitioii. of Budget Cuts WASWl-NCnW ftJT)—Prcsitlenl Eisenhower told his party leaders in Congress today Ihat. he was tils- i appointed by their decision to fight j for restoration of only one-fourth jof what ho considered » "crippling" $1,274,000,000 cut. In his defense budget. Re-publican leaders replied that Uiey had l<i face "realities" of the economy drive and tills was the best, they eould do in the Miiu.sc. They promised n stronger and more successful effort in the Sen- al.e Ui beat down altaehs on his dofoiiHC money rcquosta. Thy owjhnnge betweeii Uie Pres- itlenl. and his congressional trOI leaders eame at. a special White House conference. ITouse Republican Leader Joseph W. Martin (Mtuss.i rep-orlcd altc l.he inet'ling thai Kisonhower was "iwi happy" with Ibe Republicans' goal of restoring only about MO milluMi dollars of Uie Apiiropria- -tions CommiUeo's jiroposed cut. in defense funds for Uie year beginning July I. Sen. William !•'. Kninvliuid Hi- Calif.). GOP loader in Ihe Senate said. "The liope of the administration i« Unit If Ihc House can restore this amount, Unit growing out of Ibis net ion the Senate can re.sUH'e s u 1> s I. a u lii a 1 addilion- ail n.inouii!is." KnowiaiKl said lie would urge Ihe .Senate to avoid defense budget eu(s that endanger "Hie muscle of our s-lrengtli In the armed forces." Those aiToslod were iikmUftvd as Robert A, I'licliurdson, <W; Al Thomas, 'M, WIIIIiKii Mnddox, a>, and M<a<.'k Setikiy, 4«. : Martin said ilia! while Klsen- Tlic Dilate of Alabama has a.s-'jiowi-r wairfed Hie full HOIIKC com- slg-iii'd two s-pcu.'iol iwe'.stlKatiH'S j mill.cii eul in defense- fund.' from lihe Department, of I'ublit; stored, li« had "no alternative but Safely to hekp ferret out lihose re- to rely on Ihe Judgment of tin spini.slMu fur HHJ melco between: llepubik'nn leaders In the House." the liwij groups mined with al least ,'Hl guns (rf all typos. Tiho (Julf Sln'U) Consl.nic'iion Co, of Atlanta filed a 4060,000 damage suit agalnsl. UMrtel SO, Dulled Mine W-orkei'K, whose jiieimJiWK had bueii picketing for a week In a demand for recognition of lihe union lus bargaining agenl. I'lic gunfire, brolte out. ,whon a group of worktMvi Irlod to remove, a bai'ricaik: of rrosKlieH at Ibe unli'tincc, of the Kile. Those killed wen; ideiili'liod as .Johnny lior-uy Ward, of I'arsonii, Kan,, untl William Hanrlsoii, of AlhorlvUle, Ala, Mr.s, J. T, Ciiniiiiig'liain, living some .100 yards from Hut scene, .said lior dimghtoi'-lu-law, Mrs. Re- bn Ciiniiinghuni, was biMpllalJ/cd for shock euu.seil by "bullets screinmlng all over Uie place." None, lill Um (l-wolllng, however. Trio Meted $100 Fines fines of $100 plus $111 eosls were assessed lo eiu'h of three defend. 11111,1 arraigni'd in cHy court 'I'ues- day on charges of petit larceny. Walter Marshall, of l/cbanon: .Jamivi Moore, of Warsaw, Ky., and Wayne Tlllman, of Meuijiliis, of .')0 days In the Caw Jail for stealing lo.lephone TDIIII., nl no drew suspi'iidvil SIMI- U'lH'es uoiinly wire. A fine of $lfl and $14.TT) wa.s niulud lo of Peru, for Sentence Third Man In Fatal Shooting U5UANON (UJ'>—ChnrUMi Kd- ward Unuls'hiiw, XI, Jntllnnapollit, was Dontcncod Monday to u 2 lo 'M yew term In Indiana SUilis Prison on bin ploa of guilty lo a arxi! of jiiniinlounlilci' I" connuc- l.loii with thu slaying of a nervlcu Htallon operator lu J0ft3, llratlsliaw and l.wo ollier.s were accused In the falul tiliDolliig of Kilwni'd Uiuir, 23, J.ndliina.|)(jlls, al his service Hlntlon In Indianapolis. J.iu.d Willis ,li',, Inilliinapolls, earlier WHH Nclitoncuil to llfo for Ills part In Uie crime, llo iii>|>eali)(l anil got off with a tnni'punded 2 lo 21. your Iflrm. JoKoph Pollard, aim of Indianapolis, currently IK serving 2 in 21 years for his purl In the .ihoollng. The gunfire l>rok« out when a It Uikos 770 gallojiK t»f wnlur to refine one barrel of . crude oil, enough water to wnsh ,'ind rlnne 4H IniitlM In nn auloratitic wu.ihor. Norman K. 'Black, speeding 'iO miles per hour on K.'i.'i! liroaihvay, Wlll'liiin 11, Howy<T. of nirn 1 route, Wallon, paid $r> and cosU on n charge of driving, ' Thore wi»ro mx enws of public intoxication. The scholarship winners are Harold Erdmann, of Bethlehem lown.ship, and James Benson, of Jefferson township. Erdmann is the son of Mr. and Mrs, John Erdmann and is 'a member class of of the Metea 19.7? high graduating school. He began his 4-H club career in 1950 and is now enrolled in his eighth year. He has completed 27 projects with major emphasis on dairy hogs, corn, and 4-H junior leadership. Minor projects were carried in tractor maintenance, electricity, and wildlife. Harold has also rum- peted in 4-H and FFA judging contests and participated in. Ihe stole crops judging contest at Uio slate fair last year, ceivcd the Kiwanis He also re- Agrieultural scholarship awarded by the Logan- sporl Kiwanis club. Benson is the son of Mrs. Minnie Benson nnd is a member of he 1957 graduating elass al Royal Center high school. His 4-H club career began In Cass county in 19-1(1 and most of his projects have been in garden and pouHry. .lames is also enrolled In his eighth year and is •< 1-H junior leader in the Jefferson township Busy Boos 4-H-club. He has also been active in 4-H and FFA judging contests. Both Benson and Krdmann .ire enrolled in the School of Agriculture at Purdue for the fall semester. Hobby Contest- On Saturday A hobby contest for all children six lo leu years of age inclusive will be lield nl 3 p. m. Saturday in Memorial home under Iho spoil- sors-bip of the Cass county .10 and It organization. The five categories in which Hie contest, is being divided are figurine painting, clay modeling, lanyard weaving (weaving from plus- tic lacei. basket weaving, for girls, and woodworking, for boys. Fifty dollars in cash awards ,-n'e being offered, according to Kddie Monaltaii. They will consist of $.'> for first prize. $.1 for second and if'J, lor Iliird in each of Hie live categories. J'lnlrii's should be In by 2:30 p. m. Saturday. James Weaver and Donald Michael ar« eo-chnirni''ii of the affair. Knrlher details may be obla-iiu'd by C'nrl Birkol at nickel's Ilieycle .shop. If the contest is successful, it will he made an animal affair, 41 o- tiahan said. LHS Senate ConvenHon Will Follow Banquet At Episcopal Church Officers in tin* Logansporl higli school Smalt' will lie ekvled dm 1 ing the "eonvi'iitlon" Tuesday nbdil ill t.he Trinity Mpiseopal ehni'eh. Preceding Ihe convention wilt he a banquet served by the women of Uie ehureh. The student orgiuii/.alioii. n facsimile of Ihi' Dulled Slates Senate, will be presided over liy Hub Pontius, vicr-president. The actual election of nine nlfi- ci»rK will be' eondneled fnllowinr. iiomiiinluig .'.(id'clies anil campale." ailili'essi'H. Tom llusloii is seeltin.". re-eleelion as presidi'iil and Sharon Ilnrilln will eampalKU for re-elee lion as assistant secretary, Charles llarkin Is I h« faeully sponsor of Mm club. Camden 'Legion Post Planning Services The Cnmdc!) American Legion Post No. 4t:i will conduct services with Ihi' Odd I'YIlows Lodge al the IOOK cemetery al Ilockfield from !l::ill lo |(I::HI p.m. on Decoralion day. The Itev K. K. Colenian, pastor of Ihi.' Uoclifield I'msbylcrjiiii (•'(lurch, will be the speaker. The Legionnaires will jilso con- duel services with the Hmrche.s o ('amilen at the Caiiiden ci'meliiry from II a in. until noon. Tbe H(v Duiierin Mt-Niib, paiilor ol Ihe (Tain den llapliiil ehurcli, i.i In charge«ol Ihn religious services. • • IIOMIt IN SOItOKITY , NA.HII CKNTKR KNI.AIU:i<:n VAI/1'AIUIW) UM') -- 'J1llrly| INDIAMAI'OI.IS (III 1 ) — The members of Alpha I'lil Delta i Indiana Coniinission on Alcoholism sorority at Valparaiso liniwr.sllyi announced today Ihe capaclly ol evncimletl Irom their liomvlNanh Heliabllilatlon Outer near a.s bivn JnereaM 1 *! or 4S by completion of new con.struclion at. the Uciil- Sunday when n (car MIIK bomb wasJNew Ca.'II ijriKcd Into the buihllng in the mid- from :io to 10 tile of Ibe nlgbl. 'Illie gas fume« .swept through the .sorority's sleeji- Ing quartern. meiil facility. The Old .loss House vllle, Calif., was once in Weaver- uneil us ;i place of wtii'Hhip by Ihousjiiids of Cblniise who gold mlnos. worked In nearby KI.WJ) IMIIVK KOIIT WOHTII. Tex. (UP) -- Hoalmeii rowing down n flooded street, in l-'orl Worth Monday spot led a sign Hint said they HO/I.I. Were May M;iy navigating Iliver 'SALE~CALENDAR 21)—John A. Wiitson Harry Bridge; HJ—JOO'H Auction TIM June I.—Stoimy Piki- Roller Hinlc Wnldron Juno 1—Jn.spur Koula .'/olin A. (?nsc, And. June 1—Mri), Rnynitnui Lnndis,., .Hintihnrl it Sons, And.. Juno f)—Wjill,<;r C. Lnndis Ksttitt;... .Rint'hiirl rV Soiw And. June 21—Lillie jNuwur l&tale Weddingtou

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