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Saturday Evening, June 1, 1957. 10. FOftRENT MODERN lovely sleeping room. Private entrance. 823 E. Market. LARGE front room, alcove bedroom, free parking. 719 E. Market. DOUBLE and single bed. 1215 Broadway, Saturday afternoon. Phone 20780. LARGE sleeping rooms. 80 Eel River Ave. CLEAN, comfortable sleeping rooms, steam heat, close in. Ph. 20371. DOUBLE sleeping room, 2 employed girls Phone 2816. g. 'Wanted to Rent WANTED to rent or buy on contract, 3 bedroom house. Preferably in eastend. Local family. Write Box A-274 this newspaper. FOUR city surveyors desire large, furnished apartment. Write Box A-272 this newspaper. PLAY SAND, Black Dirt. Phone 40173. WANTED TO. RENT—Furnished 2 or 3 bedroom house in Logans port, country or town within 15 miles of Logansport. Permanent • resident. Write Box A-2G9, this newspaper. WANTED: Modern house by young couple, to rent on contract. No children or pets. Large kitchen and bedroom required. Reasonable rent. Employee of Press. Write Box A-270 this newspaper. FOR SALE: 1955 Liberty mobile home, 2 bedrooms! 42-foot, very good condition, any reasonable offer.considered. Phone CA-5977, Rochester, Ind. WANTED to rent—4 or 5 room modern house, by Press employee and family. Reliable. Call 2600. 71. FOR SALE a. Horsehold Goods 21" MOTOROLA television, antenna, rotor, TV table, complete, $200. Less than year old. Phone 9483. TAKE over small weekly payments on 1956 21" console TV, new picture tube. Phone 3922. TRADE your sheep and hay on a new refrigerator, freezer, automatic washer or dryer. Also boats. Wallar Electric, Burrows.. COMBINATION coal and bottle gas range, also free fill dirt. Phone 7408. 5-PIECE chrome breakfast .sef. 1205 North. Phone 2457. FOR LINOLEUM with a shady past, Glaxo makes it last. Easy to apply. Glaxo ends waxing. Flanegin Ace Hardware. NEED A GOOD USED SEWING MACHINE? Visit Barber's Used Machine / outlet at 310 E. Broadway. Singer console, top condition with buttonhole attach. Universal limed oak desk. Save $$. New Home elec, console ...$17.50 Elec. Portables. '$29.50 to $75.00. Several To Choose From. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL. Montgomery Ward console, forward & reverse stitch. Hinge pressure foot, stan. attachment. $39.50 All machines reconditioned and guaranteed. Barber's Sewing Supplies 318 E. Broadway II. FOR SALE !RIB and mattress, $5; white base cabinet; girl's 26" bicycle; Tappan stove; Bendix washer and dryer; G. E. refrigerator; Thor ironer. Ph. 2502. 2 Calcutta fishing poles with guides and tips; also pcean City reel with star drag. Ph. 7893. 1527 George, anytime after 5. b. Fruit*, Vegetable* STRAWBERRIES for sale. 3rd road west Lake Cicott, 1st house north. Mace Gellinger, Phone 2019 Burnettsville. BOYS' and girls' 26-inch bicycles. Richard Smith in Deer Creek. Phone 3020. 8—34"x55" screens, like new; new Arvin clock-radio; rug and pad, 9 x 12; floor lamp. 2125 High. /ATE model Royal typewriter with 13" carriage. Phone 9839. AUTOMATIC oil furnace,' 150,000 B. T. U., like new, very reasonable. Phone 20186. WANTED: Good mobile home travel trailer. Phone 2367. 'ERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind,, Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. % mi. S. Akron.' HOUSETRAILERS WHY PAY RENT? 18 ft. to 43 ft. on sale^ lot. S« them today.'Remember low down payment and monthly payment. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 mi. SE on 35. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2'mi. N. W on U S. 35. Maple Springs. 2 PIECE parlor suite for sale. Reasonable. Ph. G442. SELDOM EVER is there a lack of demand for an item when Classified _ Advertising is used. No' matter What you want- No matter What you have to sell- There is a buyer or seller interested in you offer. When you use the Classified Columns. 'SHOWING NOW AT BAIRD'S "NEW ANDERSON" BAIRD'S offer a savings' up to $500 with over 15 mobile homes reduced in price. If you are looking for a bargain, BAIRD'S have over 40 to choose from, in 10J and 8' wide, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. We trade for furniture, with the best financing available. BA1RD MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 Phone Peru Gridloy 39808 TO THE 13TH customer, Sunday only, 1 grass seed fertilizer, or lime spreader. A $4.95 value free. Bargain Center, 322—3rd. BEDROOM suite, living room suite, beds and springs, dressers, gas stoves, washing machines, refrigerators, complete line ol used furniture. Boyd's, 1200 Eric Avenue. DUNCAN Phyfe dining table, credenza, 6 choirs. 1713 E. Broadway. MAYTAG WASHERS AND DRYERS General Supply Co., New Wavoriy Fred Angle, Phone 40001 b. Miscellaneous MEAT slicer for snle. Ness Rental Service. Phone 5911. CHILD'S starter bicycle; 2 power mowers; swing set. 215 Seybold. V4-TON trailer, steel bed, cheap. 901 W. Melbourne. 1954 41' 2-bcdroom housetraller, very good condition, $2500. 1525 McCarty Street. c. Musical Instruments •Start your child musically with WURLITZER LESSON • LOAN PLAN on 1—A brand new WURLITZER piano in your home. 2—Ten private weekly lessons. 3—Losson material furnished. All it costs you is $3.50 a week. Nothing more—no extras MYGRANT'S, 523 E. Broadway PLAYER PIANO Now you may have a player in a small modern spinet case—only 42" high. Large selection of latest popular and standard roll releases. Liberal allowance for your old piano. Strange Music House at Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix Last Hatch June 0 Started Chicks. Pullets & Cox Hb.er Halchery, Grass Creek TURKEY poults, last chance for chicks. Started 6 weeks and less, 1400 DeKalb pullets, 400 White Rock cockerels, 400 Calif, grey pullets, 150 st. run New Hamps, 800 st. run White Rocks, 250 Leghorn pullets, 200 White Rock pullets. Brown's Hatchery, Converse. 11. FOR SALE WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4th. Phone 3610. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT STRAWBERRIES. Mack Stamper. 2 miles east of Highway 17 'on Highway 114. Phone 2588 Grass Creek. FOR SALE: Fresh strawberries. 35c a quart. $6.00 a case. .Phone 2571 Burnettsville. BERRY boxes, 2&c each. Berries by appointment. Claude Kime, 3 miles east Twelve Mile. SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott-. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses IMMEDIATE possession, practically new one bedroom home, large living room, every convenience, gas heat, bargain at $8300 by owner. 415 llth. Inquire at 417 llth. Phone 4655. Owner Will Sacrifice this spacious all-modern single story suburban home because of transferral out of state. Attractively situated on large corner lot in Rolling Ridge Add'n. Over 1,700 sq. ft. living area with 24'x20' family room. This conventional well built home has birch kitchen cabinets and plastered walls. Alum. comb, screens and storm windows — awnings — well landscaped premises. Buy this quality home at a real savings — possible terms — Immediate possession. To Buy or Sell Please tell— Dale W. McNutt YOUR REALTOR Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767 13. REAL ESTATE HOME with income by owner. Ph. 6638. Income property on 12th St. Owner leaving 'city. 5 rms. down with a dream kitchen, birch cabinets, plastic wall tile, exhaust fan. Dining area, spacious living .rm. Master bedroom with extra closet space. 3 rm. modern apt. up. Private entrance. STRECKES-BROWN AGENCY Phone 4303 or 2865, b. Lett RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. South on Highway 29. Phone 5-6590. LARGE lots, reasonable. Phone 21851 or 56010. . BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. e. Farms WELL improved, choice Delta 3,150 acre farm and stock ranch about half open land, price $125 acre. Lee Hawkins, River Roac Ranch, Tallulah, La. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. FOR SALE 5 room house with oil heat and built-ins. 515 - 17th St. Price, $6,600. Immediate-.possession, H. Tuberty, Atty. Phiones 4749 or 3631'. BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks are bred for top egg production and increased livabllity. Ask about tho new Hi-Lay 1042 Cross. FARM BUREAU Phone 3141 Logansport ROP LEGHORN chicks. Popular Heavy Breeds. Cockerels available. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. e. Seeds, Plants COMPLETE line of Insecticides and lawn weed killer, rose food and dust at Kasch's Feed & Pet Supplies, 524 E. Market. SWEET potatoes and garden plants. McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. Duplex on northside. Good investment. $9,000. 4 bedroom home. Garage in basement. Extra good. $14,500. 6 room modern home. Gas furn. Den, carport. Shown by appointment only. 0 room cottage and garage. East. $7,000. ' 5 room modern home, garage, full basement, southside. $15,500 7 room, eastend. $5,500. Will sell on contract. Modern home on East Broadway with apt. up. $12,500. Unfinished home. Will sell for $2,850. 4 apt. brick. Downtown location. Building lots on 25 north. Lots on High St. Rd. DOUGLAS MARTIN or ROSCOEMARTIN Realtor 202 Fourth Phone 4507 Two Sent to Penal Farm State penal farm terms were as. sessed to two defendants during a busy Saturday morning session ol city court. John Spencer, 55, of Hammon street, was fined $50 and $13 costs and given 60 days at the stale farm for possession and exhibition of obscene pictures to young girls. A similar sentence was handec! William C. Slayton, of route 6, Logansport, arraigned on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a small child. Fred S. Murphy, of Elizabethtown, Ky., lost his operator's license for a period of one year, after he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Murphy also was assessed a $50 -fine and costs. William- D. Bolce, of Kokomo, was found not guilty on a reckless driving count. State police arrested him February 11. A fine of SlO and $14.75 costs was assessed Garold A. Wilson, of 115 Eighteenth street, for speeding. There were fives cases of public intoxication. Cool Weekend Is Forecast By UNITED PRESS Cooler temperatures headed for Indiana .today after soaking rains dumped up to two inches o{ precipitation on some communities as one of the wettest Mays in history bowed out. MartinsviUe measured 1.93 inches of rain'in the 24-toour period ending at 7 a.m. Other measure-. ments included Crawfordsville 1.54, Shelbyville 1.22, Seymour 1.05, Portland .93, Bloomington .83, Indianapolis .76, Bedford A3, Fort Wayne .38, La'fayette .61, South Bend .17 and Evansville .06. Widely scattered showers were due to continue .today but will end in favor of fair to partly cloudy weather Sunday and Monday and temperatures down considerably from highs of the "last few days. The mercury ranged from 71 at Indianapolis to , 84 at Evansville at peak points Friday, fell only to the 60s during the night, and headed for highs of 72 to 80 today. Lows in the 50s were due to- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven Pentagon Officials Deny Work Is Loading On Earth Satellite WASHINGTON (UP) — Claims that the earth satellite program is lagging are disputed vigorously by Defense Department and Navy officials responsible for getting the first man-made moon into space. Pentagon leaders say they, have been more conservative from the start than some scientists who, they believe, underestimated ithe time :and .cost of carrying put one of the most ambitious projects of the ages — launching a satellite planned satellites into space by the end of IGY, that is, by Dec. 31, 1958. (The year begins July l). To do that, he said, will require "condensing time an awful lot." The earliest date for an attempted launching — with success at first by no means assured—now appears to be next March or April, and the Navy only reluctantly agrees that it may be that soon. M for no other reasons, t h e of 300 to i., , ... , , , . -" t-vt nv ubiici L caaviia, LUC that will circle the earth every 90 launching -would likely be that distant becallse u,,, optical and tele . scppic tracking stations will not be These officials say scientists installed around the world until !"«£ ? M 1,500 miles. who have given up hope that the sphere will be launched into an orbit about the earth by next September merely have abandoned a hope they probably never should have had anyway. The. question of whether the multi-million dollar satellite, or Vanguard, program is being delayed has arisen from recent congressional testimony by the National Science Foundation a u d from 60 in the north to 70 in the south. The outlook for 'Monday was -continued cool. 'Committee for the International then. Dr. Richard W. Porter told a House Appropriations subcommittee Officials point to the extensive test program still lying ahead to demonstrate that lack of tracking stations is not the only factor preventing an "earnest try" by next September. Porter testified "that was tho target date — September — or the period that we had hoped for." He conceded "it would not be unreasonable to expect" .delays in a project of such magnitude. The object is to shove a 21- pound sphere containing about 11 pounds of instruments into an orbit where it can circle the earth at 18.000 miles an hour for a "few weeks" to a "few years." To do that requires an assembly of three rockets, 72 feet long overall, that leaves the ground with FOR SALE, for rent or on contract 4-bedroom home, gas heat, 2-cai garage; B25 W. Miami, Logansport. Phone Marion, Ind., 6282. 3 BEDROOM • Modern home. 2210 Olto. Nice kilehen, built 1954. Oil furnace. Full lot. FRANKT. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourlh Phone 3063 Mrs. Bessie M. Gaiser Dies in Peru Hospital PERU — Mrs. Bessie M. Gaiser, 70, 234 Madison avenue, died at Dukes hospital at 12:05 a.m. Saturday after an illness of several weeks. She had.lived in Peru 24 years and was a member of the Metho- disl church at Goldsmith. Born in Tiplon on May 22, 1887, she was Ihe daughter of J. B. and Martha (Roadruck) Devaney. Survivors include four daughters and two sons, Mrs. E. C. Wise, Peru; Mrs. John Hines, South Bend; Mrs. Ted Ross, Benzonia, Mich.; and Mrs. Jake Harlleroad, Ft. Wayne; Howard, Logansport; and Newton, Dallas, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Smith and Mrs. Mabel French, both oE Ellensburg, Wash.; 22 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. One daughter and three sisters preceded in death. Final riles will be conducted at Ihe Drake-Flowers chapel at 3:30 p.m. Monday with the Rev. C. F. Golden officiating. Burial will bo made in Ml, Hopo cemelery. Friends may call at the chapel after 10 a.m. Sunday. Other Nations Ease Embargo LONDON (UP) — Norway, following the lead ot Britain announced today it has 'decided to relax the embargo on trade with Communist China. A United Press survey indicated all the other Western European nations except West Germany also will follow suit shortly. A Norwegian Foreign Ministry spokesman in Oslo said that Norway had been considering ending the separate Red China trade embargo "for some time." A ministry spokesman said Norway' had decided that trade wilh the Chinese Communists follow the same rules already governing Irade with Russia and Baslern European salellites. Thjs was the same as the British position announced Thursday by British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd. The British announced they were lopping 400 articles off the list of goods ' that exporters were forbidden to sell to the Red Chinese. Denmark and the Netherlands, other major shipping nations, will formally announce their stand next weak on the embargo issue. Geophysical Year (IGY). Testi- comm ittee turned over' to the Pen- mony was interpreted as showing | tagon the task o{ i aunchjng the that launching of the first satellite | satellite and providing radio track- will, be "delayed" until next year ing stations. The Smithsonian , .. , , «*', mtu. J^ct rcJ Ui(; KLviiiiu n tin h P. f u r n0t : . e " Ul ;ely h a PPy 127,000 ])omds of , hrust m a!most about the time it is taking to get | tnree timcs the r of jet the telescope stalions and "a good i engine in a madOTn fi h(er deal of effort has gone into trying; to improve the situation." Gon-' tractors apparently can move no faster, he said. Porter, a General Electric Co. rocket expert, is chairman of the KrY committee's technical panel on the earth satellite program. The instead of meeting a September, 1957, "target date." A Pentagon official said today the September date must have been taken "out of thin air" before "a stroke of work" had been done on the mammoth task of designing and building rockets to launch the vehicle and equipment to track it. Only Vague Commitment He said the "only commitment" the Defense Department ever made was to get the first of six Court Notes Mrs. Roglna Fern Reason of Ketchikan, Alaska, is the plaintiff in a complaint filed Sa'.urday in tho Cass circuit court against Carl Reason of this city, under the uniform reciprocal enforcement of supporl act. The, complaint alleges that the defendant was ordered to pay $1)0 per month for Ihe support of their child under a divorce decree in Iowa on Nov. 18, 1955, and that he is now $600 in arrears in his payments. KKESSLEY RITES MONDAY FLORA, Ind. — Funeral' services for Mrs. Inez Fay Krcssley, 57, .will be held Monday al 2 p.m. in the Cutler Presbyterian church. Rev. E. E. Morris, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in Zion cemetery. The body will lie in stale from 1 lu 2 p.m. Sunday at the church. Franklin School's Graduation Program Monday Afternoon Franklin school's program for tho graduating sixth-graders will begin at 1:15 p.m. Monday with "A History for Education" as the theme. Patrol and library awards will also'be presented during the program. • The sixth-grade, graduates are: Carolyn Bentlage, Beverly Black, Kathy Burns, Tina Emerson, Carolyn Gray, Kenny Gundrum, Sharon Harvey, Vicky Hcnson, Eugene Isaacs, Lee Isaacs, Mike Kaye, Larry, Key, Fred Kloenno, Lyn Leech, Sue Martin, James Maxson, Pam Moore, Bonnie Overmyer, and Sandra Rose. Janice Savin!, James Thomas, Steven Timber, Beverly Zimmerman, George Zimmplemnn, Patricia Anderson, Pam Knnlzer, Diana Klepinger, Avis Lovelt, Bill Swaney, Evelyn Wallers, Sandra Watts, Bill Bruceland, John Downs, Dan Ellington, David Emerson, June Fissol, David Howell, Sandra Hud- dleslon, and John Gerrard. Sally' Jones, David Maggart, Frank Murray, Carol Neff, Robert Newell, Fred Reeser, Susan Saunders, Dave Sorenson, Robert Stratton, Jack Swnfford, Judy Swafford, 'James Thomas, Jim Wilson, Eve- iyn Woodruff, Nancy Summers, and Belly Anderson. L M. Emmerd Will Retire Louis M. Emmerd, 68, of 68 16th street, retired Saturday from the Pennsylvania railroad after 48 years of service. Emmerd began his railroad career Oct. 30, 1909, when he was hired as fireman. On. Nov. 7, 1903 he was transferred to position of brakeman. . He was furloughed from Ihe railroad Ocl. 8, 1917, to fight in WWI. After serving overseas, lie returned to the railroad July 14, 1919. In 1920 he was promoted lo freight conduclor and was later assigned lo passenger service as trainman, a position he held until his retirement. Emmerd made his last trip from Chicago to Logansport May 18. Aslrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, Mass., has responsibility •for the telescope stations. Before so - called "earnest The minimum alt'.tude to avoid "drag" that would suon slow down the satellite and end its adventure is 300 milaj above the earth. Speed and direction of launching must be precise. A one - degree which the vehicle enters its orbit will change its altitude 75 miles! Every 100 miles an hour variation from planned speed will alter altitude by 100 miles. The project goes "to the present limits — or beyond — of our engineering knowledge in many fields," the Navy said a year ago, and there is "a chance of fail- tries" can be made with the sat-Sure. ellite, five more lest launches of: But the more likely prospect is varying rocket combinations are scheduled. Pentagon officials expect the interval between test launchings to be less than it was for the two already tested. The first was last Dec. 8, the second on May 1. Extensive Test Program Suspend Daughter Of Governor From Monmouth College MONMOUTH, 111. (UP) — Monmouth College officials today confirmed they have suspended from school a daughter of Wisconsin Gov. Vernon Thomson and her "boy friend."' Officials said the couple was suspended "about three or four weeks ago" over an incident in which the boy friend allegedly •brought a number of cans of beer with him when he visited the girl in the college .infirmary. The infirmary was open to visitors at the time of the incident. College President Robert eventual success. And Dr. James A.' Van Allen, chairman of Ihe group in charge of instruments for the satellite, says if one planned experiment on cosmic rays is successful "we will supplant easily II years' work with one day's worth of sa-tellile observations." Army Missile Is Launched CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. (UP) —A guided missile, believed to be an Army Jupi'.er, was launched here late Friday with a thunderous rumble that w.as heard for 10 to 15 miles in all directions. The Air Force declined to identify the type ol missile or comment on Ihc firing. Several hundred persons on the beach throe to five miles from ('he launching .site saw the "shining rocket" sain altHude and quickly Former Rochester Painter Dies in i South Bend Hospital ROCHESTER—'Funeral services for Orville S. (Zeke) Burns, 50, a former Rochester painter who died Thursday .in St. Joseph hospital, South Bend, will be con-, ducted at 2 p.m.. Sunday at the Zimmerman Bros, funeral home. The Rev. James Kimzey will officiate and burial will be made in Rochester IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the mortuary. He was born on November 13, 1906 in Rochesler, the son of James M. and Nancy Ellen Hal- terman.Burns. He moved to South Bend 18 years ago and was in failing health for several years. Surviving are: a son, Jack L., wilh the U.S. Marines at Quan- lico; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Bence, of Kokomo; one, grandchild; a brother, Paul, .Rochester; and tive sisters, Mrs, Biirdclle Van Dien, South Bend; Mrs. Fred Lance, Mrs. Louis Sloan, Mrs. Carl Platte and Mrs. Donald Bunn, all of Detroit. disappear from sight. r .. .. .... , ,. . . „ . • "U was rising so fast it was al- Gibson identified the girl as Pat mo st oul of sighl before we coul(J Inomson, a freshman. hear it," one witness said. "We Ho said she was suspended, but saw it lak ^ a]m t t ; , t would be permitted to return to| up " ** school in September. j Thc mlss , le ^ v , g . blc on , y ;,J. "! volv ^ w ,? s , a son j?. r - ifrom the beach location. Residents on Ihe mainland hoard Ihe rumble bul by the lime lliey turned around tti look it was out of si«h(. Apparently the missile was test- fired without incident. Only 10 days ago !he Air Force nttompied to fire a Thor and it exploded and Ihe fiery He will be given his diploma, Gib son said, but will not be permillcd to take part in graduation exercises. * Gibson declined lo identify the boy except to say he was from the Chicago area. /-, u (.,.. . , lu ittv " u«'i tint] jv eATj College o fimls first declined to burnod on , hc , minchln ^ comment at all on the story and lhis . 1( . c j, lcn , ... _!„,., gss^tsr •-•» «« Other sources said Miss Thorn son about six weeks »(,<» chartered a bus and took her entire sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma, on a trip lo Madison, Wi.s., for a .visit lo the Wisconsin governor's mansion. The incident which resulted in the suspensions occurred about two weeks after the trip to Wisconsin. f. Wearing Apparel , MEN'S camouflaged raincoats, $1,95; child's, misses' and Indies' red or blue canvas washable oxfords, $1.85; women's summer pumps and women's pastel flat- ies, $1.S5. Bargain Center, 322 Third. Open Sundays. EZE-WAY fro/en custard machine, used 6 months, like new, will sacrifice. Jack N, Vaughan, 701 Central St., Lafayette, Ind. USED 26" Coal furnace," blower, and stoker. Rilcy's Heating & Air Conditioning, 1314 E. Broad- Way. Phone 3437. CHUBBY DRESS size 14. Baseball shoes TA, Phono,3334. BEAT THE HEAT IN OUR COTTONS AT Tho Thrift Shop, 411 E. MarKet h. Wanted to buy WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. FOR SALE on contract, reasonable down payment, 8 room 2 apartment house in eastend. Or can be used as home. By. owner. Write Box A-273 this newspaper. S-ROOM semi-modern, for sale by owner. 1408 Wright. Dr. Schweitzer's Wife Dies ZURICH, Switzerland (UP) — Mrs. Helene Schweitzer, wife of tho Nobel Prize winning medical missionary, Dr. Albert Schweitzer* died here today at the Pflegerinnen Clinic. She was 79. MODERN bungalow, long living room, 3 bedrooms, full basement, laundry, recreation room, full lot, g&age. Ph. 3265. 5-ROOM house, year old, low down payment. See after 4:00. 2609 George. HERE'S o buy for someone with "Do It Yourself Fever.". 3 bod- room, den, living room, 'dinette, kitchen, utility room, 2 baths. Automatic oil heat. One block tu park and pool. Close to schools, markets and transportation. Ph. 50128 for appointment. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Stce) Homos available on V A. loans at 2% down, Dial 2397. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marl> Sml.h, Mfi. Mian. 32*3 REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES BIS W. Market Hl-Wor 24 18th and Wood lawn Seventh and North Washington Socialite Admits Fatal Shooting Of Her Former Fiance WASHINGTON (UP).- Edith Louise Hough,, graying blonde socialite who said she shot her ex- fiance to death when he storied "kissing.and pawing" her, wailed today in jail for Ihe outcome of a grand jury Inveslighlion. Miss Hough, 42-yenr-old privats secretary, told a coroner's jury Friday she pumped six bullets in- lo Russian-born Zurab Abdusheli after he became "rather disgust- Ing, using both hand* to pull at me and my clothes." She said Abdusheli, 44, a newlywed Voice of America broadcaster, came to her swank apartment Thursday to express his sympathy over the death Sunday of her fa- Iher, a prominent Washington and Deland, Fla., physician. After she admitted him, she said, "He became more-and more aggressive and familiar ... apparently my father had been forgotten at the doorway." The coroner's jury ordered Miss Hough held' at Ihe District of Columbia Women's Bureau pending outcome of a grand jury investigation. Miss Hough told police after her arrest that she had been engaged lo Abdushcli but had broken off with him about a year ago after lie started "playing around" with other women. He was married May 11 to the former Irene Erlstoff, daughter of a Russian prince, in Highlands, N.V. Special Deputies To Meet Tuesday A meeting of the special deputy sheriffs of Cass county will be held at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in the north court room of the court house, according to the announcement of Sheriff 0. R. Carson. All special deputies who desire to be active are requested to attend this meeting, the shcr- iff said. Badges and other accessories for the deputies are to be ordered with funds raised at the recent benefit dance. County Distribution Of Books Wednesday County librarian Edna Holden Saturday announced her book distribution schedule for next week. She will be out one day, Wednesday. She will be in Lincoln on that day from 10-12 a.m.; in the Galveston branch library at 12:30; at Young America Station, at 2 p.m.; and at Deacon Station, 3:30 p.m. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Third Street Market Veals .18 Lambs IS Veal Hides 12 Boef hides 04% Eggs .25 Read the Classified Ads Parking Meters Net $5,333 During May Parking meter receipts for Hie month of May reached $5,3M.M>, it was reported today by Cily Clerk-Treasurer Ralph G. Smilh. The collection for tho past week was $1,003.75, slightly .below normal because of the Memorial day holiday. Of this amount, $!10!) came from street, meters and IJ2U4.75 from metered lots. New Films Available For Use At Library Nine new films uro :iow available at the public library for use through Juno 30, librarian Mary Holmes announced Saturday. Films may be reserved for use at no cost. All are 16 mm. Titles of the films arc; Alcohol and >the Human Body, East Africa, Give Yourself the Green Light, Jerusalem—Tho Holy City, Johnny Applesoed, The River, Texas und Us Natura! Resources, Winter Carnival and Fundy Holiday. Church to Honor Graduates Sunday Recognition of graduates will be observed al the morning worship service at the Weslside Presbyterian church Sunday, Rev. J. J. Saahvacchtcr announced today. The pastor will speaJt on the subject "Long Life on Good Land." Bibles will be presented to the two members of church who will graduate from high school. They are Sandra Smilh and Carl Wandrei, Jr. bio for JO milos or more. BoIJi the Jupiter and Thor are in-lcrmcdiale range ballistic missiles still to be perfected. President Coty Says Algerian Rebels Have Slain 5000'Moslems PARIS (UP)—French President Rene Coly charged today that Algerian rebels liavc killed 5,000 defenseless Moslems in their uuer- rilla war against French rule. In a special report to Ihe nation Coty specifically condemned' this week's rebel slaughter of 303 Moslem villagers, the entire male population of Melouza, 115 miles southeast of Algiers. He promised that "France will never abandon" (lie women ami children of the town who sought refuse wilh French troops. "There is not a man in the world of any heart who is not paralyzed wilh pity and horror by these atrocities," Coty said. "These abominations are not. the work of a few bandits. The killers 1 continue lo carry out Hie orders of their chiefs. "They have already killed 5,000 defenseless Moslems. They ignore all human and divine laws." Wednesday night, one day nflcr the Melcu/.a massacre, rebels attacked two farms in the Wagram District B5 miics southeast of Oran and killed .Ki laborers. Twenty others were wounded. The victims were reported grotesquely mutilated. Death and Funerals SAY Funeral services for Cyril J. (Doc) Sny, 52, were conducted Saturday morning at St. Vincent's church with the Kroe-ger mortuary In charge. Burial was made in Ml. Calvary cemetery. Graveside Rites Set For Infant Fincher PERU—Clifford Ervin Fincher, infant son (if John nnd Tliclmii (Logsdon) Fincher, 516 E. Second, died shortly afler birth at Dukes liospila) ut H p.m. Friday. Survivors Include the parents, two brothers, Everett and John; two sisters, Mildred and Maude, all al home; and Krandpnrents. Graveside riles will be conducted at Ml. Hope cemetery al 10:30 a.m. Monday. Friends may call at the Drake-Flowers chapel afler 10 a.m. Sunday. PANTHERS TO DRILL The Herman Panthers of the local Little League will practice at 1;JO o'clock Sunday afternoon at Tower park. SALE CALENDAR June 7. L. E. Grantham. Wcddington June 8—Roy E. Whitcman Bridge, Auct. June 8—Walter C. Landis Estate—Rinchart & Sons Auct, June 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington

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