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Monday Evening, July 1, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE a. HOUMI S-ROOM house for sale. Cicott. Phone 7028. 807 S. 13. REAL ESTATE . 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 bath down, oil heat, 607 W. Broadway. May be inspected. Price $10,000. Nice lot to build on. Northside. Southwest corner of Treen and Norcross streets. Size 75'xl65'. Price $800.00. Lot on Westside on Center street. Between Linden and Wheatland, Size 38'xl42'. Nice to build on-or use for parking lot. Price $700. Veronica Kroeger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, Atty. Phones 4749 or 3631 6-ROOM house, West Broadway new basement and foundation good condition. By owner. Ph. 4989 or 50695. CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT • TO SEE THESE GOOD HOME BUYS FOUR bdr. mod. East, well located for school. Gar., bsmt. TWO bdr. mod. North, close-in. Lg. lot, gar., bsmt., insul. • THREE bdr. mod. ex. heat, South, nice yd., 2 baths, Ig. kitchen. THREE bdr. mod. East, close- in, gar., bsmt., firepl. gas heat. MERRILL WILSON. Realtor 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Ph. 7277 or 9124 4-ROOM house, sun porch and back porch; also 5% acres, running spring and good well water. Sell or trade for larger place.' Ph. 40583. Owner Will 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. 1 Sizeable living room and kitchen with dinette. Hardwood floors, garage, pretty landscaped yard. This 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. 4886—2623—2-1767 Latest Market Reports Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twwtp-ttaM MEAT COSTS FIRMING Sl»«r and hag prim steadying at kv«l« well above a year ago. ' 10 MIIMMNTH 0ATA D.fljllLl. Morri. K.b, KUHN Lake year round. Modern home. Gas furnace. Call 8886. Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 19.75 190 to 210 .• 19.25 210 to 230 18.75 230 to 250 18.25 250 to 270 17.75 270 to 300 17.60 Sows ' 16.00 down Sows to 300 15.50 down Boars 7,00-1'KOfl Stags 7.00-10.00 FOR SALE: 4-room semi-modern house, garage, large lot. Phone 65-C, Camden, Ind. NEW homes and garages, FHA terms. Walton 3915. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homos available on V. A. loans at 2% j down. Dial 2397. Contract Buyers $1,000 down will buy this Lucerne 5- room cottage, 2 bedrooms, bath Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kelley SOLD TO Mr. and Mrs. Merl DeFord $ipoo down will buy this 3 bedroom home, new bath room and gar- ago Mr. Harold Guft SOLD TO Mr. and Mrs. Harold Albright $1,000 down will buy this all modern 1 bedroom cottage, auto, gas Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Hickey SOLD TO Mr. and Mrs. Richard Galloway Jr. $ipoo down will buy this Pottawat- tomie Point cottage. No fixing Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Stein SOLD TO Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bacr $1,000 down will buy this darling 2 bedroom home, all newly remodeled Mr. and Mrs. Don McCord SOLD TO Mr. Dean Henscl Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 $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 $10,500, with $165 monthly income. A good buy and the income will pay it off. Appointment only. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Ph. 2328 Eve. 4886—2623—2-1707 NEW 4-room house with gas furnace. 511 13th Street. b. Lots BUILDIXG sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. LOTS for 'sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. 6929. e. Farms 00 acres near country club, all tillable. Barker Realtor, Fulton. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek, $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. 310-ACRE modern farm. Edmund Meyer, Sheldon, Wis. PERSISTENCE PAYS OFF . G09HEN (UP)—Twkc, 12-year- old Jon Hartzler let the "big one" get away. But he didn't give up. This week, he told friends, he finally landed the 7%-pound pike in the Elkhart River. LOANS PLJIN NOTE—AUTO—OR OTtfeR PERSONAL SECURITY • CONSOLIDATE Df»l • CAIH YOU NIID • MEDICAL 1111.1 • ANY OOOD PUMOSI TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZLEY'S MARKET IOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 2351 410 , E Broadway Need Cash $50O Hawkins Stockyards Meat I'ypo Above quotations 190 ,lo 210 19.00 210 to 230 •... 18.75 TO 17 90 ' Storms Take Lives Of 20 Over Weekend Plain States and Sections of Middle West Buffeted by Violent Weather By UNITED PRESS Turbulent weather pounded the '•Plains and sections of the Midwest today, and Hurricane, Audrey churned a destructive path through Canada. The known death toll blamed on Audrey and other violent storms since the hurricane hit Thursday climbed near the 300 mark. Elsewhere, at' least 20 pensons died in weather-caused , mishaps, including a father -and has five young children who were killed Sunday when .their car veered from a highway and sank into a rain-flooded ditch near Ironton, Jtfo. Two other storm drownings were reported in Missouri and Kansas, and flash floods claimed 12 lives in Indiana and Illinois. The low. pressure area that was the heart of Audrey roared through Cajtada with fresh violence Sunday, •leaving at least'four persons dead and causing more than one million Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Tornadoes Sunday night touched down near Liberal, Kan., and in southwest of Wichita. No injuries were reported in the twisters. Third Street Market ^.ST^t^d^S-W , , 1l5 i'more than one inch of rain at Veal Hides V " '.V V V.V " 121 Goodland and Hill City, Kan. Beef hides """.'.".'.".'.'.'.'.""'.04&i The torrential rains sent the Big 'Blue River to more than 9 feet above flood stage at Kansas City, Mo. Streets were blocked and homes and businesses were inun- Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Leghorn Hens 11 CHICAGO UVBSTOCK CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 7,500; generally steady to 25 lower, weights under 2-10 Ibs showing most decline. No. 2 and 3, 100-230 Ibs 19.25-19.75; several lots No. 1-3, mostly No. 1-2, 1DO-225 Ibs 19.75-20.00; No. 2 and 3, 230-300 Ibs 17.75-19.25; 120 head lot around 320 Ibs 17.50. Cattle 20,000, calves 300; fed steers generally 50 higher; heifers 25 to mostly 50 higher; vealers fully steady; high 6hoi.ce to average prime steers, 25.00-27.00; most good to average Choice 22.00-24.50; few standard to low- good 19.0021.50; prime heifers 23,00-25.25; good to low choice 20.00-22.50; good and choice voalcrs 19.0023.00. Sheep 1,000; spring lambs fully 50 higher; yearlings 1.00 higher; good to prime spring lambs 21.0024.00; good and choice shorn year, lings 1)2-102 18.75-20.00. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP)—Produce: Live poultry steady. 80,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Hen turkeys 30. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 3816-39; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 41-43; <B 30-41; C 35-38. Butter steady. 968,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 5GV4; 89 score 55. Eggs steady; 12,300 cases; white large and mixed large extras 29; mediums and standards 27; current receipts 20. up to AT LOCAL FINANC INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 0,000; steady to weak; 190240 Ib 19.25-19.75, some 'to 20.20; lfiO-185 Ib 17.50-19.00, few 19.95; 120-160 Ib 15.50-17.50. Cattle 3,300; calves 300; steady to strong; choice steers 22.50-24.50; .good to low choice' 21.00-23.00; good and choice heifers 20.5023.00; high choice 23,50; vcalcrs weak to 50 lower; good and choice 19.00-22.00; prime 23.00^ dated Sunday before the river began receding. The Big Arkansas was expected to crest at 9.5 feet, about 3.5 feet above flood stage, at Hutchison, Kan. City officials prepared to sandbag dikes if the river crests are more than 9.8 feet. Widespread flooding was reported on the Lower Saline River in Kansas. The Marais das Cygnc and Solomon rivers were rising, Severe thunderstorms were reported Jirom Wichita, Kan., to Fonca City, Okla., during the night, and the area was under a tornado alerl unlil loday. Forecasters said thunderstorms will continue today in the northern and central Plains and most sections west of the Rockies except California. Showers also are seen for the Middle Mississippi Valley and the southeastern states. HUNDREDS DEAD AFTER HURRICANE HITS LOUISIANA The town of Cameron, La., is 90 per cent destroyed— Its back broken by Hurricane Audrey and nine- foot tidal waves which followed in its wake, killing at lease 400 persons, injuring hundreds more and causing, untold millions of dollar! in damage. Hundreds were reported missing and feurcd dead in Cameron. At least 19 other persons were killed elsewhere in Louisiana by the first tropical storm of the season. The top pholo picture shows what the main street of Cameron, La., looked like after a visit by Hurricnne Audrey. At bottom, a medical team goes into notion in the town of Cameron. At left it Clear Decks For Vote On f** •! i\* 11 Civil Rights Southern Senators Expected To Start Filibuster to Pre : vent A Vote By UNITED PRESS The Senate planned quick action this week on a number of "must" bills to got them out of the way before the lengthy and bitter battle over expected -civil rights begins next week. The Senate GOP leadership, supported by some northern Democrats, will propose some tune next week that floor action be taken on President Eisenhower's civil rights bill. Southern, senators are expected thereupon to embark immediately upon a filibuster against it. If the filibuster goes on at great length a number of bills may have to be put off until next session. Estimates on how long the talk- athon will last vary from 10 days to a month or more. While the talk drags on the Senate will bt unable to act on other legislation. So action is being pushed on the military appropriations bill and legislation to limit the right ol criminal defendants in certain cases to inspect FBI reports. Both measures are in committee. Tho Senate also plans to pass other routine legislation this week. House leaders are considering two plans to take account of the Senate legislative setup. They may decide to continue in session hoping to wind up late in August or. they may take a recess until the Senate completes its rights fight. the courthouse building, one of the few structures left standing. (International.) Convention for Blind Will Open in Chicago CHICAGO ('UP)—The La Salle'counters. Hotel has a new problem in guest relations—how to help the blind. The hotel is readying the red carpet for 800 delegates to the annual convention of the American Association of Workers tor the No objects should be left in passageways, no matter how briefly. Waiters have been instructed to tell diners the location of foods and plates, and to inquire whether they would lik« their meal cut in the kitchen. ' Cups and glasses will be only half-filled, to be replenished when needed. New York and Fargo Papers Hike Prices NEW YORK (UP)-Week - day editions of the Now York Times and the New York Herald Tribune were increased today to 10 cents in all areas outside of a 100-mile radius from Now York city. The price of both newspapers will remain at 5 cents within the 100 j mile zone, which includes the suburban areas of Now Jersey and Connecticut and Philadelphia. The convention begins July 7 and hotel department heads are busy instructing about 700 employes on the etiquette of aiding the. sightless. Elovalor operators must remember that Ohe blind can't see the indicator lights. So the operators are instructed to announce "up" or "down." And they must specify "right" or "left" when giving roam directions. Cashiers must ask In what denominations the guest wants his change, and must announce the j not to pet guide dogs, denomination of each bill as il is' "Some dogs when in harness banded separately to the blind' have a highly developed sense of person. Maids must not move the fur- Scouts To Help "Don't address a blind person through his companion," the hotel instructed its staff. "And in giving directions, don't point." A group of Boy Scouts will help in guiding the blind guests. But if a guest wants to visit the cocktail lounge, the Boy Scout must wait outside. All employes are under orders niture or other objects in a blind gucsls's room. Doors must be closed or wide open. A half-opened door is one of the mosl dangerous obstacles a Wind person cn- protcclion," the hotel warned. Manager A. M^ Quarles told the maids, the bellhops, the waiters and the elevator operators that the experience should make "all of us more conscious or our responsibility to each other." Aged Father Sues His Son Charles M. Lanclis, 82, Jefferson , township farmer, filed an injunc- clay edition when sold in combina- tion suit Monday in the Cass cir- FARGO, N.D. ('UP)-The Fargo Forum today announced a 5-cent boost in its home-delivered Sun- licn with either its evening or morning daily editions. The now price will bo 45 cents •a week for the evening and Sunday combination and 40 cents weekly for the morning and Sunday package. The now rate will take effect July 7, Newstand sales of Sunday editions at 15 cents and daily editions at 5 cents will not bo affected. Tllie Forum raised ils Sunday price from 10 cents o 15 cents in January, 1955. Top Soviet Bosses Delay Prague Visit LONDON (UP) - Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party chief Nikita Khru- schev were reported today to have postponed -a scheduled visit to Czechoslovakia because of "Poz- clioice spring Sheep 500; steady; good andj na . n . style .. . unrest in t ' nat Commu- loice spring lambs 20.00-22.50. • n j S L coun i, r y. They originally were scheduled ,o arrive in Prague Tuesday but cancelled the trip without making a. formal announcement. Soviet sources in Prague • said they are expected to visit the Czech capital FOR SALE; 3 bedroom house, oil furnace enclosed front and back porch. 1809 Smcad St. HOMES (3 Bedrooms) GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT '. You furnish ground. Get my prices first and let me show you how to save 50% on -your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phone 21466 1622 East Broadway RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONIR Includes F*r« litfU .00 no WKH frtt home InitructiM Watch "Frontier" WPBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday Ironnfe AUTOMATIC IRONER Elmer Hall Will Filed for Probate The will of tho late Elmer Hall, dated Oct. 11, 1955, was filed for probate Monday.in the Cass circuit court. It leaves part of his interest in his residence property at 1106 Nineteenth street to Ihrce children, Emerson Hall, Mary Colvin, Josephine Cook and the remainder to another child, Evelyn Hall. He also leaves Ihe daughler, Evelyn, all of his household [urnilure and the remainder of his estate. The son was named executor of Ihe will. •Miller, Bnbcock and Tolbert arc the attorneys for the estate. Frank Johnson RHc» Wednesday GALVESTON—Funeral .services for Frank Johnson, 73, who died at 8:30 o'clock Sunday evening at the home of a son, Ned, will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Irom the Thomas funeral home, with the Rev,..E. C. Reid- cnbach officiating. Burial will be in G-alveston cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home aller 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. next- week. Some sources compared the current unrest In Chechoslovakia to that in Poland which resulted in the bloody Poznan rlols a year ago. Bulganin told United Press correspondent Henry Shapiro tn Moscow lasl week he expected to be in Prague July'2, but Shapiro arrived there Sunday only to learn from Soviet sources that the trip has been postponed to July 9, Hoosier Swimmer Injured in Dive BLOOMINGTON (UP) — Melvin. Moore, 28, Bloominglon, was injured Sunday when he dived off the bank of Indian Creek near KirksviUa into 16 inches of water. Moore had been swimming in other parts ••of the creek. He explained he thought the water was six feet deep where he dived. His condition at the Veteran's Administration Hospital at Indianapolis today waa reported u "serious." cuit court against his son, Walter M. Landls, of Carroll counly.. He states that he owns a 92 acre Farm in Jefferson township and asks that Ihe son be reslrained from enlering his real eslate for the purpose of harvesting or damaging his 14 acres of rye and 20 acres of oats. He also asks that the son be re- slrained from preventing him from sowing soybeans on 15 acres of tho land and from Interfering with the plaintiff in having his • c-altle pasture 12 acres of clover. The complain 1 : also asks $2,000 damages, asserting that the defendant had beaten the plaintiff and threatens to do so again. The suit was filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'NoiU. Library Announces Bookmobile Routes Logansport public library officials • report that tho Bookmobile schedule for the week July 1-7 is as follows: on 'JGuesday, the traveling unit will be in Metea from 10 to 11 a.m.; in Twelve Mile at noon; at Hoover from 1 until 2 p.m.; and at New Waverly from 2:30 until Lucerne will be' visited from 9 to 11'aim. Wednesday, as will Lincoln, from 1 unlil 2 p.m. and Galveston al 2:30 o'clock. There will be no book service on Thursday, July 4. Georgetown is scheduled for.Fri- day, from 1 until 2 p.m., followed by Clymers, from 2:30 until 3:30 o'clock. EX-FARMER IS 102 OROTHERSVILLE (UP) —.Wilson Morrison, 102, a retired farmer, celebrated his 102nd birthday anniversary-Friday. A native of Scott County, 'Morrison has lived in the some • frame house here the past 57 years. He was in good health- until he injured his hip in a fall last Memorial Day. Other congressional news: Television: The staff of the Senate Commerce Committee has recommended a broad investigation into the alleged monopolistic practices of the major radio-television networks. A House judiciary subcommittee already has urged such an inquiry. The report, on which 'Jhe SenaU; committee withheld comment pending comments from the Federal Communications Commission and the Justice De- Chicago Suburb Gets Electronic Banking CHICAGO—A Chicago neighborhood bank has gone electronic, creating an adjacent drive-in complete with electric eyes, flashing signal lights, two-way customer- teller speakers and an automatic turntable that points curs in the proper dircclion. A closed-circuil television syslcm permils tellers to check depositors' signatures wilh a master file in the bank's main office. The drive-in equipped with three bullet-proof tellers' cages that can 1)0 entered only from a tunnel, was designed by Chicago architects and is weather-proof. A customer drives inside the main garage-like structure io a centrally located lurnalable. Electronically controlled Iraffic lights tell him whether or nol to drive onto Ihe turntable. Once he's on it, it points him toward an available teller. Two-way speakers allow the customer to converse with the teller without leaving his car. Transac- Unrest Grips Cuba; Clashes Leave 5 Dead Wave of Gun Battles, Sabp- iage Of Bombings Are Reported At Santiago HAVANA (UP) — Reports of gun battles, sabotage, widespread bombings and dozens of arrests reached Havana today from liiroug'hout Hie nation — the rebels answer lo the governments huge "peace rally" Sunday al Santiago. Five persons were killed and three injured in a gunfight on Iho outskirts of Santiago which broke out while government orators were calling on the populace to , ' .... . .......MHI, ii^uvuij^ ma i^tti. irmiSilC- a'bandon violence as a political | ( j ons are conauc t et i through metal -capon. , i drawers adjacent to the cages. The fight was between soldiers in | The bank has been considerate a jeep and car thieves who opened j enough to provide a streel window Trapped Men Found Safe GOLOENOAt/E, Wash. (UP) — Four men stranded overnight near Ihe 10.000 - fool level of towering Mt. Adams in southwest Washing- Partmcnt, charges that television ton were located by rescuers early j executives of the three networks today, the sheriff's office here "• reported. Sheriff Ed Kaiser of Kllckitat Counly reported lo his oCfice thai two of Ihe men were on their way out under their own power and that two others were being helped by a search party. Apparently none had been injured. The sheriff's office said thai Dave Bishop, 22, Toppenish, Wash., and Mike McGuire, 20, Yaldma, Wash., had become exhausted and spent the night on a ledge. A group of searchers from Yaldma located them at the 9,500 foot level. The other two. Dr. Ralph Uber, 40, and Robert Swonson, 33, both •o[ Yakima, were located by searchers and were on their way out by themselves, the sheriff's office said. Mt. Adams towers 12,307 feet in the Cascade range about 40 miles north of here and 55 miles southwest of Yaldma. 'in effect determine what the en- re nation walchs." Governors: Rep. L. H. Fountain (D-N.C.) said a preliminary survey showed dhat most governors do not favor any "major transfer of responsibility" for federal aid programs. Fountain is chairman of a House subcommittee which is now completing a rc- porl on questionnaires il sent all slate governors and many mayors and counly officials last year. Trade: House Republican Leader Joseph W. Martin Jr. (R- Mass.) said the Red Chinese government would fall within two years if Ihe West refused to trade with it. "If they do not have Ihe trade of Ihe capitalist nations, we won't have to worry about them too much," he said. He added that they need trade much worse than we do." Security: Chairman John E. Moss (D-Calif.) of House government information subcommittee rev-ealed thai Ally. Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr. is Ihe official numcd as blocking publication of data showing newsmen breached security in publishing secret documents. Chairman Loyd Wright of a'bipar- tisan commission on government security said in a report by his group that an unnamed official was withholding the Information. Moss said Wright revealed Brownell's name in a letter sent to the subcommittee. fire. Two soldiers were killed .and a third wounded when the unidentified civilians opened fire. Olher police gave chase and killed three of the men in the car. Two bystanders were wounded, one of Ihem a seven-year-old boy. The three-hour political .rally itself was marred by occasional attempts to jam the radio transmission of tho speeches. Occasionally there could be cries for rebel leader Fidel Caslro and shouts of "Down with President (Fulgenclo) BaUsla." Saboteurs cut cables in Havana for pedestrians. 90 Pay Fines During June. Ninety fines were assessed In 103 cases filed in city court during tiie month of June. Ten of the actions are still pending before Judge Harold Tuberty with one defendant found not guilty and one case taken under «d- visomenl. No fine was asscscd in one traffic coiuit. Forty-five speeders and 30 persons charged with public intoxication comprised the bulk of the offenses. Other charges included: nine for failure to yield the right of wny; six for reckless driving, four for disorderly conducl, three for drunk driving and failure to provide. and other cities, blacking out the street lights and homes. Aronists .set fires throughout Cuba. In Camaguey young rebels seized a radio station and read a proclamation calling on the people to join the "26th of July" insurrectional movement. Dozens of persons Meter Receipts for June Reach $5,118 Parking meter receipts for June amounted lo $5,118.75 wi(!i disbursement from Ihe fund totaling $944,48, according to figures complied by Corn-toiler Laura Glasson. A break-down of Ihe disbursements include: $676 for salaries, 'a™ I $121.40 for repairs for police cycles, $23.50 for office supplies, $107.011 for meter and $16.50 for cement to set in the posts. The controller reported a balance In the parking meters fund of $50,095.67. Fort Smith, Ark., has one of the largest livestock markets in be Southwest. Batista described the Santiago meeting as a '.'call to peace and understanding" and said the large turnout was a formidable lesson in democracy to "those who wished and tried to damage our economy, hurt business, impede improvement in the standard of living and retard the progress of th« nation". The Olmec, a mysterious race of American Indians that flourished some 400 years B.C., built elaborate tombs and monuments of basalt rock In southern Mexico, the Nallonal Geographic Society says. Findings indicate these people had a knowledge of mathematics and developed 'a calendar that tho Maya may have borrowed. Death and Funerals FIEDLER Final riles for Mrs. Goldlc J. Fiedler, 70,, 421 East Ottawa, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel wMh the Rev. Dclmar Krueger officiating. Burial will be made in Rock Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the chape). JONES Final rites for Mrs. Ida Belle Jones, 74, 39 Park Ave., will be conducto-d at 2 p.m. Tuesday al the Chase-Miller chapel with the Rev. H. H. Hashberger officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemc- lory. Friends may call at th» chapel. CONVICT ESCAPES PENDLETON (UP) - Keith Morris, 31, an Inmate at the Indiana Reformatory here, escaped Saturday while assigned to a work detail outside the walls. Officials said Morris was sentenced from St. Joseph County on a parole violation. SALE CALENDAR July 10—Mr. Medford Flora Ralph Rinehart & Sons July 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldroa

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