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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 2, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, July 2, ,1957. 13. REAL ESTATE NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homos available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. 4-ROOM house, sun porch and back porch; .also 5 3 ,i acres, running spring and good well water. Sell or trade lor larger place. Ph. 10583. FOR SALE: 4-room semi-modern house, garage, large lot.' Phone 65-C, Camden, Ind. NEW homes and garages, FHA 'terms. Walton 3915. NEW 4-room house with gas fur nace. 511 13th Street. b. Lots BUILDING sites, any. size electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. LOTS for sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. 6929. e. Farms 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies. Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-3611L FOR MINIATURE FARMERS ONLY 24 Acres 12 miles NE with 3 bdr. mod. home. 60 Acres 16 miles NE with 3 bdr. mod. home, and complete set bldgs. in good repair. WE HAVE A COMPLETE SELECTION OF HOMES FOR SALE IN LOGANSPORT MERRILL WILSON. Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales Repr. 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Ph. 7277 or 9124 310-ACRE modern farm. Edmund Meyer, Sheldon, Wis. National Red Cross Issues Appeal for Disaster Area Funds National Red Cross officials have issued an appeal through all chapters for funds to aid Gulf Coast victims pf Ilurricime Audrey, Mike Monahan, chairman of the Cass county chapter, said that Eastern Area headquarters in Alexandria, Va., has asked everyone to contribute whatever they can for the emergency aid. The National organization allocated from up to $10 million each ; year for disaster relief. Funds spent during the fiscul yuar which; ended totaled $19 million. • In a recent speech President Eisenhower pointed out that the ( lied Cross has the responsibility: for individual emergency programs j including feeding, clothing, shelter-1 Inn, medical cant, and the reha-j bilitalion of disaster victims. The government's responsibility, hej said, is the restoration of highways, | public buildings, and the public utilities. The Cass county lied Cross is a participating agency In the local United Fund organization. Pleads Not Guilty to Disorderly Conduct- Bond of $200 was .set in the case of Catherine Crocker, of 1S20 Woodlawn avenue, charged in city court with disorderly conduct. The defendant pleaded not guilty and trial wa.s .scheduled July 9. Benny Miller, same address, will be arraigned on lhc .same date tm disorderly conduct. There were four cases of public intoxication. A HOODED CAT NKW YORK (UP) —, A truck loaded with livur stalled on a parkway Monday and between the time the driver gol Ihe engine started and stepped on the clutch lie found he had a rider. Kach time ho stepped (in tho clutch lie heard an anguished meow. There under Ihe ln«>d was a liver-lovin' feline. LOANS PLAIN NOTE—AUTO—OR ! OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY ' CONSOLIDATE DIITt CAIH YOU HI ID MIDICAL IIUS AN IT 0000 PUHPOSf TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BflZLEY'S MARKET LOOANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 2JS2 410'/> E. Broadway Hi! I'm your John Dosro Salesman! Lot's gel acquainted Each Week, in this very spot. I will bring you "Quality Used Equipment" Como Out Soon and ie» these littla "Honey's" . . . 1W3 B-4 Coop Tractor 1946 John Deor* A Tractor 1944 John D»er« O Tractor So Long . . . SEE YOU AT JENSEN IMPLEMENT CO. 11 • Burlington Ph. 46.57 HAVENS MOTORS ^ B<mg-Up * Deals tf\f ^Miiil ENJOY JULY 4th TRADE NOW 1956 O'LDSMOBILE "88" 4-door Holiday Hardtop. One owner. Ask aboul Skyrocket deal! 1956 LINCOLN Premiere Hardtop Coupe. One ownor. Complete service records a sparkler. Don't miss it. 1956 FORD 2-door Customline. Radio, heater. Our price is low this holiday week-end. Don't miss it. ENJOY YOURSELF "Drive Carefully" MAKE IT A SAPE HOLIDAY 1956 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door Hardtop, Power Glide, power steering, 8,000 miles, one owner. Spare lire never used. This is sincerely like new. 1955 LINCOLN Capri 4-door. One owner, beau- Liful grey 'finish, red leather, black nylon. Full power. Ask about our rockbotlom price. This must go this weekend. You come see it—You save— 1955 OLDSMOBILE '80" 2-door. Dual ran^e Hydra- malic. Local owner. Very sharp! A skyrocket "lill" ready o go for your July 4lh sveekend. Come in we'll trade long. 1955 PACKARD Clipper 4-door Sedan. Beauli- ul family car, Ullramalic drive, powor steering, local one owner. References available. 1955 MERCURY <!-door Custom, mie owner, two lone blue. Mcrcomatic. Extra lice. A '55 well worlh seeing and driving! 955 BUICK l-lanllop, Super series. Power equipped. Shows careful low mileage. Come see it! 1954 CHRYSLER 4-door Sedan New Vorkcr, power, local one owner, extremely clean light greon finish. 1953 BUICK Hardtop. A special. Firecracker red. White tires. 1953 BUICK Convertible Super, Dynuflow, power slowing, power brakrsH, electric window^ black lop, like new. Holiday Special! 1953 MERCURY 4-(loor, radio, heater. No fla.sh, but straight und right. Low price. 1953 LINCOLN Capr! 4-door. Locally owned. Hlnck finish, full power, lhc kind you've been looking for, Come look! 1953 FORD Custom 2-door. Very nrlKlnol radio and hcolcr. ( 1953 STUDEBAKER Coupe Champion, Slarlilc, river drive. EXTRA A UTTUE JEWEL! 1951 OLDS. "88" 2-dr. Hydramatic, Excellent. OPEN EVEN»NGSTM. 9:00 HAVEN'S MOTORS INC. UNOOLN MERCURY Marktt at 25th Phon* 3089 Lotest Market Reports AUTO DIRECTORY Plymouth dcalwthips head liit, follow»d byCh«vrol«t and Ford tulck Mercury Chrysler . . . D. Solo ... Ntuh-Rerfibler Packard . . irudebaker . Cedllloc . , . .Incoln ..'. Continental . Hawkins Stockyards Meat I'ypa Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.00 210 to 230 18.65 230 to 250 , 18.25 250. to 270 17.90 270 to 300 , 17.50 Sows 16.50 down Boars 10.00 down Slags 10.00 down Veal Veals Third Street Market 18.00 West Offers To Halt Its Bomb Tests Major Concession Is Made to Russia at London Disarmament Talks LONDON (UP) — The Western powers offered lo halt nuclear tests today if Russia- will agree to negotiate an end to nuclear bomb production. '•> It was the West's biggest concession to. the Communists in 11 years of stalemated disarmament negotiations. < The offer—for a 10-month trial suspension of tests while negotia- lions take place on ending manufacture of bombs—is the key point of President Eisenhowerls new disarmament policy. U.S. delegate Harold E. Slassen! Immigration officials said Bar- cor,vinced the other Western na-' at . h , a " d Harangis admitted they Will Deport 5 Refugees NEW YORK (UP.)—Five Hungarian "refugees' who settled in Indiana were scheduled to leave here by'plane today and Wednesday for Europe. They were denied the right to remain in this country because they, allegedly claimed falsely that they, were not members of the Hungarian Communist party. • The' group arrived here by plane from Chicago Monday night and were held in custody of immigration officers until their departures. Ordered Monday to 'leave the United States were' Lajos Barath, Gary, Ind., and a Fort Wayne, Ind., family, Geza Harangi, his wife Anna and their, sons Geza Jr., 4, and Tamas, 3, Federal authorities said the five rr Hand Warning On Scrapping Status" Pact Administration Notifies Con- grass That U. S. Trials for Overseas Troops Endangers Defense Bases By UNITED PRESS The Eisenhower administration warned Congress today that if it insisted on U.S. trials for all American troops overseas it would destroy America's system of foreign defense bases. Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson' and Undersecretary, of State Christian E. Herter sent the warning to Congress as the House Foreign Affairs Committee pressed for an early vote on its resolution were among about '2,000 refugees | requiring revision or scrapping of of .the Hungarian freedom fight ; the "status of forces-" agreements Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiftowi Foreign Car Safes in U. S. Up 170,000 Over 1954 Total Missile Bill Comes High WASHINGTON (UP) — The. Air Force gave the public an inkling today of what it" is paying in the effort to win the race with Russia [or development of a long-range Ballistic missile. ' The service announced that Avco Manufacturing Corp. has a 111 - million - dollar contract [or development of Uie nose-section of the Titan intercontinental ballistic missile. Tlhe Avco contract brought to NEW YORKR (UP) —Sales of fo eign cars in. the United States are booming. Americans this year will spend in the neighborhood of half a billion dollars for small, lightweight cars from Germany, France, England, Italy and Sweden. _ The sharp increase in foreign car sales—from around 30,000 cars in 1954 to around 200,000 this year —has caused some raised eyebrows in Detroit. Every American car manufacturer is mapping plans to take advantage of the new market opened up by their foreign counterparts. Foreign Car Sales Up Foreign cars are expected to ac- 269 million dollars the total an- 1 count for about 3 to 3.5 per cent nounced by the Air Force in the ! ° r the lotal u - s . car market this last year who entered the country under the Emergency Refugee Act and settled in Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. tiqns at .the current London disarmament conference to try the when they said they had no Communist connections, plan. It was' lie who ied in its; The five entered this country as presentation at today's session of .18 t the U.N. disarmament subcommit- Lambs 16 As a token of Western solidarity Hides 12 ! on the point, British Foreign ' Eggs hides 04V4 25 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Leghorn Hens 11 Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 19.75 100 to 210 10.25 210 to 2,'JO 111.75 230 to -250 1(1.25 250 to 270 17.75 270 to 300 17.60 Sows 16.00 down Sows to 300 15.50 down tioars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Secretary Selwyn Lloyd wag chosen to introduce a "common document" summing,up the views of the United States, Britain, France and Canada. Lloyd's timing in making the actual presentation depended on the reaction of Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Valerian Zorin, who had been filled In privately on the Western plan by Slassen in advance of the session. Russia's final offer is not expected for at least a week, al- llwiijjh diplomats figured Zorin would aim critical questions at the Western plan while awaiting inslruclion.s from Moscow. parolees, and therefore no court •action was required to obtain the order returning them to Hungary. Utility Pole Pushed Over by Dump Truck A utility pole was pushed over by a dump truck driven by Frank Scagnoli, 700 High street, in an accident at 9:35 a.m. Tuesday on the Perrysburg road, two miles east of state road 25. Scagnoli told Deputy Lionel Dav came row road I with America's Allies. Wilson said no country where American troops are based is likely to agree to give up its right to try and punish U.S. servicemen there in certain cases. If Congress passes legislation to require this, he said, the United States will have to close its foreign bases, bring the troops home and revert to a dangerous "Fortress America" 'defense.' Other congressional news: Civil Rights: Georgia's Sen. •Richard B. Russell, leader of the southern bloc, said the administration's civil rights bill lias been "cunningly devised" so that federal powers "could be utilized to force I/he white people of the South at the point of a bayonet to conform to almost any conceivable edict directed at the destruction of any local custom, law, or. practice separating (Jie races" in last three days for development of the crucial nose cones for ballistic /is- he me! another truck as hei' pl 'f cll , ce separating (Jie ;ame around a curve on the nar- SC I 00 ' 8 * nd elsew "P re -, and -his truck mired' New Hog-Buying System Advocated For Leaner Pork CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP)—The American CHICAGO (UP)—Produce: -Meat Institute urged a more Live poultry steady! 1)0,000 Ibs. selective hog - buying system lai- USDA price changes: | lured to meet today's appetite Broilers or rock fryers, Ply-!demand for leaner porlc. mouth Rocks 2,'1'A-M; White Rocks The AMI, national trade associa- 24-24Vi. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhonis 3ll'/2-3U; processed loaf 30 - 37; Swiss G-rade A 11 - 43; B :i!)-'U; C 35-1)8. Butter steady. J.4119,000 Ibs; 93 and 1)2 score 51); IK) scure 5G'A; 01) score f>5. Kggs steady to firm; 15,400 cases; white largo und mixed large extras 31, mediums and standard 27; current receipts 2*i. tion of the moal-pacidng industry, said Sunday Ihat. "producers .will benefit two ways. It is cheaper lo raise meat-type Imgs than their fatter cousins. In addition . . . more lean cuts in Wic total pork supply will improve consumer demand for pork." The institute said packing companies now attempt lo buy hogs on a "merit basis" which recognizes a value difference between Individual hogs. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK , 1li , llt llo ? s . i' uve , l ° bo sortntl r ° r both weight and grade before INDIANAPOLIS CUP)-- Live- „„]<,,. [nc \ m sni c|, \ oVdo r for Kloclt: I packers to offer different prices. Hogs fi,500; about .steady; 190-2401 Hog producers hnve pnLnlod out II) 10.25-iU.75, few to 20.00; 240-275 II) 111.50-HI.25; 275-320 Ib jn.00-18.75; 1BO-I85 11) 17.75-1D.OO; 120-1(10 II) J5.50-J7.50. • Cuttle 2,700; calves 300; fully steady to 25 higher; few good and low choice steers 22.60-23.00, bought to arrive; low good and choice 21.00-24.00, few 24.50; good and choice heifers 20.50-2:1.25; standard steers and heifers 111.0021.00; vcalcrs steady; good and choice 111.00-22.00, few prime 22.50. Sheep 500; not fully established; fow choice spring lambs 23.00. down in the soli berm, causing the accident. There was small damage to the right side of. the 1953 model dump truck, A utility pole was knocked out of line in another accident Monday a half mile west of Koyal Center on a county road near slate road 16. John Day, IS, of Royal Center, driver of the 1950 model sudttn, said he was going too fast on the county rond to stop at the road JG Holts Canyon: The House Irrigation and Reclamation subcommittee all but doomed a proposed federal dam at Hells Canyon on the Idaho-Oregon border. It approved, 15 - 12, a motion which scuttled House legislation calling for a single liigti dam. The Senate passed a similar'bill 10 days ago. Opponents of a federal dam said tiie House subcommittee action kills the controversial proposal "deader than a door nail." FBI: The House .Judiciary Committee set up a special five-man The nose cones, shielding the iwaiting lisls year. Foreign .manufacturers report sales arc running well ahead of 1956 and that they have long hydrogen or atomic warheads, will hurtle through the atmosphere at such terrific speeds that they might burn up and an all-out effort is under way to design tips for missiles which will survive. During the weekend the Air Force announced that General Electric Co. has a 158-million- dollar contract to develop nose cones for the Atlas intercontinental missile and the Thor intermediate range missile. The .service said the Avco contract formalized an arrangement under way since early 1955 and did not involve new work. The development is being undertaken by Avco's research and advanced de- Thc big selling feature of these cars is economy—low prices, efficient operation. Germany's little Messeivsebmilt, which carries two people, one behind the other, is said 1o run 100 miles on a gallon of gasoline. U.S. Imports Rise Imports of foreign car have increased so rapidly the past few years that some experts arc predicting 1957 will be Ihe first year in history that the U.S. imported more cars than it exported. U.S. firms are taking steps to capture a share of this fast-growing and lucrative market. General Motors Corp. announced last week that it will begin im- vetopmcnl division, at Lawrence,' P° rl -. in K cal >' ; . ma( le hy two of its Mass. Monficello TIM! UNSEEN PICASSO . CHICAGO CUP) Teenagers •thiit they have not received ".sufficient price incentive" to adjust production to meet consumer demand, so discounts for over - [al hogs should bo mndo, tho AMI said. 71 DYNAMITE STICKS intersection and he drove the cur I subcommittee to "review" curbs off the right sick> of the mad Into) Imposed by the Supreme Court the polo. Robert Herrick, town j recently on congressional inivesti- marshal, investigated. fating powers. Niiturul GUN: Tim House Com- merec Committee (m two major test votes today endorsed an :n- diistry-supixiclcd bill to en.su federal controls ovor natural g;is prices charged by producers. Infiirmallcm: Rep. John 15. Moss (D-Calif.) snid the Wrighl Commission on Government Security committed a "Panl.nsl.ic" ommission in- falling l,o consult the Army's top information officers before proposing n law to punish now.smcn who publish secret information. Maj. Gen. Guy S. Mcloy Jr., Army chief of public information, and William J. Donohud, Army ciiief of .security review, said they were never contacted by the commission. are swinging from Elvis Presley to Pablo Picasso with the help of a ja'/,z musician who carries a copy of the pain(cr'.s work wherever ho goes. Anthony Aomin met a group of young funs on the street here recently and they asked to-sec the copy, He told thorn the street was loo public— his talloo wasn't on an arm or u IMPORTS KUK, JEWEL THEFT RICHMOND (UP) — Mrs. Car! Crkkmore reported to city polico here Monday mi Alaskan seal rant and .savcral pieces of jewelry valued at $2,IC>0 were stolen from her home while she was nway on a trip. She discovered the theft L1NTON (UP) — Passers-by reported to tics mite in a gully near Uie BothoL I through n slclo window and left WEEKEND TOU, NOW 12 COIjUMBUS (UP) — Indiana's 'wookoml traffic death loll climbed to 12 will) the death of Bricc Kline, 18, North Vornon. Kline died Mon- •wlien she returned home lute Sun-, day In BurLlwIiiniow County llos rted lo Grume County nulhori-jdny nlfjhl. She lold police the Ihloflpllal here from injuries sustained s they found 71 slicks of dyna^or (J)iuvos apfinrently entered Sunday In a head-on collision of two automobiles at tho ed^e of North Voi'nnn. Haptist Church. 1 through the front door. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, (UP)—Livestock; JI<O 5,500; mostly 25 higher; No. 1-3, 190-230 Ibs 1!).511-20.50; No. 2-3, 24(1-270 Ibs I!1.00-l!l.5(l, Catlle 7,000, calves 200; slaughter .steers steady to 50 higher; heifers fully .sluady; voulcrs steady; hlnh choice and prime steers 25.50 - 27.(X); Iwtlc choice steers 23.75-25.25; high standard to low choice grades 20.50-23.50; good to prime heifers 20.50-24,90; veal- crs 23.00 down. Whoop 70!); all clu.iftc's fully Ktcady; Rood lo prime spring Inrnbs 21.0(1-24.00; load »!' good and clioicc yearlings 18.50-1U.50. NEW YORK PRODUCE NMW YORK (UI'J — Bultur steady; receipts (M4,ni)0 Ibs; whole- sail'' selling prices: AA (93 score) Bfl'A-M'/i; A (92 score) (MMW'A; B (IN) score) 5H>/.!-5«%; C (80 score) lo firm; receipts wholesale selling J'lgKs -steady 15,20(1 ca.se.s; prices: Minimum 10 per cunt AA (|iial ily, includes neui'bys: ' Liirge 4B'A" 50 Ibs: White 4fliA-42'/i; brown 40-41. Medium: While 30-31; brown 27Vi-2ll. Kxlria minimum n": per emit A qmillly, 1 n c 1 u d a 8 Midwestern: UrKu 4ll'/a-50 Ins: While 34-311; brown 3I1-3U; mixed colors 33 V4- 35 '/i. Mediums, minimum M) per cenl A: White 29'A-3(IV4; mixed color 28% -20 'A. Kxirus minimum 55 per cent A: Law 45-4JI Ibs: While 33-34; mixed colors .'W-.'i.'M/jt, Death and Funerals t'lKDLKR Funeral services for tin. Goldie .1. Klccllor, 7(1, were conducletl Tuesday morning at tho McClos- kcy-Hamillon chapel. Burial was made in Rock Creek cemetery. JUNES Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Bello Jones, 74, wove conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Chn.se- Mlller chu'pnl. Burial was made in Mt. Hop* cemetery. THEY'RE GREAT SHAKES FOR THIS HARVEST Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller arrived home Friday evening from a nine day vacation trip by motor which took diem inlo Michigan and Wisconsin, visiling the Dells, Mil- wuukee and taking the six hour boat Irip from Iberc lo Muskegon. Coming home Iliey stopped nl Warsaw and visited with their son, Paul and wife and their new granddaughter, Cheryl Christine. Mutt Fisher, of Chicago, a mi- live of White County, died in Chicago Saturday nighl. The body WHS brought to Momicello Tuesday and friends may call at Ihe Sinilii and Aiifenberg Funeral Home after 7 o'clock Tuesday night. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon nl 1:30 o'clock al tlic'l'ike Creek Church, the Rev. Wayne Liiwson officiating. Burial will be made in Ihe Pike Creek cemetery. The deceased was born in While county the son of Nelson I), and Lovina tBner) Fisher. Survivors nro the widow, Mrs. Mary Fisher, three sons, Ralph, Carl and Paul, and n stepson, Dick Can 1 , all of Chicago; and n brother, Waller Fisher of Wisconsin. Stuart Kellenburger, clerk ul. Ihe Monticcllo post office, suffered a heart attack at Kokomo Saturday afternoon where he and Mrs. Kef- lenburger hml gone to visit al Ihe home of thoir daughter. Mrs. will- Inm Tinder find family. Afler being given medical attention :il Koliomo hi: wns brmighl lo White; County Memorial Hospital where lie is a piilionl. in room •!). Mr. and Mrs. Tinder and Mark came home with them mid are slaying here for a wcok. Arthur l.awrio is n patient, in room 2299, SI. Mary's HospiUil. Ro- che.sler, Minn. Arthur was ummi- pnniud on Ihe piano from Chicago hy his bi'other-in-lnw, Dr. K. G. foreign affiliates — Vaiixhall in England and Opel in Germany. Ford is p;shing imports ol two of ils affiliates—Ford of England and Simca of France. Sludebaker- Packard is going lo produce an economy car in this country ami also has an arrangement with Daimler-Benz of Germany. American Motors Corp. makes the small Rambler and is importing the British-made Metropolii.au. Why Small ClU's Si'H ' What's behind the rise in small car sales? "Our big markets are the people who want a second car or those who must drive buck and forth to work every day," said Robert Lamaison, vice president and general manager of Renault Inc., major French aulo maker. "Our biguesl .selling feature Is economy. Why buy a car lh.it gives only 15 miles to the gallon when you can buy one thai will give you '10?" ho asked. LaiiKiison said the move lo the suburbs and Ihe rising cost of gasoline have helped lo spur lh» growth of the economy-car market. 113 mo uiuuiui-iu-.iivv, vi. i-,. vi.i .survivors Include' two sislors nicker, rioborl Williams and Main 1 - Mis.s Anna Gibson and Mi.sVccr- Arthur F. Gibson, 81, Dies in Canada Home Arlluir jr. Oilison, 81, a nalivo of Cass county, died at 5 a.m. Tuesday ^1 hU home in Luseliinil, Saskatchewan, Canad. Doal!) followed a lingering ill- msss. lie liaii be-on a wheat farmer in Cnuailji for WVITH! ycvirs and i'o- tired just a few years ago. Born Doc. Ti, 11175, ho was Ilin .son of Joxcph and Violet I,re (Jib."ion. The deivaswl was a veteran of I'liB Spanish-American War and was n mt'mber uf (lie Masonic and Idles lodgi'.s in Uisi-laml. .Survivors include' two si.slors, ice Zerface, brothers-in-law, look the two men to Chicago Friday to cnlch Iho planu. Mr. J.awrie's wife uml her .sinter, Mrs-. K. d'. Kicker drove In Hocliusler Sat unlay. Mrs. Uiwrics and Dr. and Mrs. nicker lire slaying lit Iho Town House, Apartment, 27, ItochosliM', Minn. Hny Bills of Idavill* was taken to SI. Kli'/.nbeLh Hospital at Lufay- olti! Sunday afdirnnon in the Miller ambulance. Kloyil Coble of Burnollsville was alien In ihu SI. Joseph Hospital at l-iognnnporL .Sunday afternoon in the Miller ambulance. Paul (I. Hall, 114, ad compositor oiid pressman, wa.s Injured in a headon aulo collision laic Saturday MHAT LOOKS llko a field of nlblno anthllla actually In a fluid of Halt mound* tit Manuure, Colombia, where nomo 2,000 Guujlru Indians tire taking part In the annual unit harvent The milt, cornea from »oa wutor which lm« boon evaporating for month*. It i« bagged for commnrdril and dementia um. Women harvtuter* blacken expontd part* of thatr bodien with pat-pit, a liquid made from tr«« bark, to uroteot ttuouMlvM Drom It* tnwiMl MB. Hntnmti^t)n^i> irwli! Gibson, b»lh of Lojfanspnrl; brother, Waller, also of the city; and .several nioce.s am! nephews. the body is being returned lo McO!oskoy-!!aini|(on rhapol. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Elks Lodge Plans Repair Program The Kilts lodge Tuesday received a permit from the building commissioner for several improvements iisclmiiiig now toilet fixtures. Cii.sl of tin.- project was estimated (it $•!,««) by (he Barnes Construction company IM.I.MUI, Hum luiitnii'ii inn: rmi ill imy T^ • . . .^' ' , night when his ear was hil headon i J)w| K"l I owl.-n plans to eivct '' ' hy another auto on Indiana 45. five! miles south of Loogoolee. Tho other driver. Paul K. Nolan, 2(j, of l-oogooti'o, was killed in Dip crash. Five others were also injured. Slali! Police report Ihiil. Noliin was driving on the wrong side of the ''' ;1)111 b ''c«eway for . , " 1 hls homc 45 Polhlnl Mr. J-Inll was driving his brother- Ill-law James Fergiisnn, m, lo French Llc'k. Uolh were Inkon lo the Memorial hospital of Dubois County al. Jasper. Mr. Hall received n broken ankle, crushed knee, broken hip and brok- un arm. Ferguson received facial culs and « possible hip fracture. Mr. and Mrs. W. Vermin Guingrich wish lo announce Ihe engage- Onwuril Grange To Moi'l Members of lhc Onward Grnngt will meet at HIP hall al 8 p.m. Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Hon»l<l Frantr. in charge of (he pa- iriollc program. The refreshment commilti'i! Includes Mr. and Mrs. George Uoppc'r, .Mr. and Airs. Virgil Vore, Mr. and Mrs. George .liilian, Mary Julian, .Jack and Jim Wjlliams. Helen Gnrbcr and Jay Clem will purchase the surprita packages. Ask I'linni? Kitten Itnlned INDIAN'APOl.IS (UP> — The nii-iit nnd approaching marriage 'of | Mutual Telephone Co. of Millers- their daughter, Delores In Julian 1 »urg today pplllioned Ihe Indiana G. Kciscr, son of Mr. and Mrs. j Public Service Commission to Olliur Keiser of Wnlcotl. raise rates, borrow $3,000 and August I7lh has been set as the wedding dale. Miss (iiiingrich Is a graduate of SI. Kllnabetli School of Nursing, I.afnyi.-lle, and Mr. KcLwr him served three years with the U.S. Marine Corps and will enter Purdue University this fall. RUN IN TIIE SUN MII.WA'UKEK, Wis. (UP)—Anthony pfpilo, 22, was charged with disorderly conduct Monday — for exercising a horse on a crowded /<ukc Michigan beach. Police said •he scared bathers. eliminate free service. If a new rale schedule is approved, parly lines for residential patrons will go up from $2.35 a month to $.'!. The utility serves (115 customers In Klklmrt, LuGrangc and Noblt eounlies. KAIL TO BREAK JAIL FORT MADISON, Iowa (UP) Convicts Uoyd Woodson, 29, and Albert Hoerger, 25, filed back to llieir cells Monday after eight hours of sawing on sleel prison bars failed to free them. SALE CALENDAR July 10—Mr. Medford Flora Ralph Rincharl; & Sons July 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldron

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