IV<J Losansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Monday Evening, June 3, 1957. Earth Satellite Project Runs Into Money Troubles WASHINGTON <UP)—The United States' earth satellite program is in money trouble and the Defense Department is considering laying the problem before Congress for solution. The department is responsible for launching the first man-made moon into an earth-circling orbit sometime during the International Geophysical Year (IGY), which • runs from July 1, 1957, to December 31, 1958. The problem is this: When the White House announced the project in July, 1955, and before any actual work had been done on it, IGY scientists roughly estimated the satellite would cost 10 million dollars. Almost casually, they said the rocket launching apparatus would be ex. tra. The U.S. National Committee • for the IGY gave the Defense partment the task of rocketing the sphere into space, tracking it by radio and providing some of the minute instruments it must carry. Now, 22 months later, the Pentagon says it has laid out $55,800,000 on the project and the National Science Foundation an additional $15,800,000. That totals $71, 600,000 with the end not yet in sight. Defense Secretary Charles E. -. Wilson is said to be irked by the . increasing outlay of military de'. partment money for a project considered to be scientific and nonmilitary in nature. He wonders, it is said, whether the Pentagon will be reimbursed for any funds diverted to the satellite and where • the rest .of'the needed money is coming from. That is the problem the Pentagon is considering handing Congress. Delphi Approximately 200 Sunshine girls of the state arrived at Camp Tecumseh west of here Friday for a weeks stay. Sixty-five members of the Westminsters Fellowship of LaPorte were recent weekend guests at, Camp Tecumseh. Lytle Anderson who has been confined to St. Elizabeth hospital las returned to his home west of Delphi. Sisters Ruth, Kewin and Assumption who have been in charge of St. Joseph's parochial school here will return to the Mother House at Tipton this week. The Delphi Chamber of Commerce of which Charles A. Wood is president, is planing a band anc beauty contest to be held on Washington street east of the courthouse on Friday night, June 30. There will be a pre-fourth display of fireworks/in Riley Bark following the crowning of the queen. The City Council in session this week grant ed the Chamber the right to rope off Washington street from Main to Frank streets for the occasion and for the use of the park for the fireworks. Finds Son Dead BEXHILL, England (UP) — Railway porter Edward Doswell raced down the tracks Friday when he saw a boy fall from a passenger train entering the station. He found his nine-year-old son, Barry, who had been returning home from school, crumpled on the tracks—dead. On May 26, the Questers club took a tour to Crawfordsville to visit the old Lane home finished in Early American decor. They then drove to The Shades for dinne and later visited the Blanche Tracy home near Kingman which wa furnished in primitice American furniture. Among those who tool the tour were Mesdames Mario: Gibson, John S. Oaks, Fred Me Pherson, Roy Gregg, Ben Been Carlyle Kirkpatrick, Burr Balser Isabclle Baum, Roy C. Moore, Jus tice Musselman, and Miss Rut! Ayres. Mrs. E. W. Bowen was confine to her home here over the week end with illness. Allen Lindley, formerly of Cu ler, has reconsidered and will re main as Deputy State Auditor. H had resigned to go back to his ol job with the State Board of Ac counts. He formerly assisted in th County Auditors office here. * Mrs. Bertha Flora of Indianap< WILL ERECT HOUSE Fred Boehme plans to erect a new house at 117 Western avenue, CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Snturday'i Puzxl* ACROSS 1—The euama 6—Poker stake 9— -Hindu garment 12—Hebrew month 13—Thin 14—Staff L5— One of two parts of purcusslon Instrument 17—Roman gods IS—Chemical suffix 19— Hebrew measure 21—Monster 23—Interlaced 27—Parent Ccofloq.) 28—Challenged 29—Man's nickname SI—Bishopric 34— Symbol for nickel 3S—Lair 37—pJnch 3D—Cooled lava 40—-IS very on a 42—Ocean . 4 4 —Approaches 4 C—Pronoun 48—.Evilly 50— l j art of cap 63—Fee 54—Emmet fin—Chaldean city 57— Checked (il—SufClx: .follower of 62—Hail bird 64—Roman tyrant 65—Conjunction 66—Mend 67—Blood DOWN 1—Atom agency Unit.) • 2—Crafty 3—Total 4—Forced one's way rudely Soy bean WormTh reatens To Result in Quarantine WASHINGTON (UP) — A worm areatening the nation's billion dol- ar soybean crop may require a rop quarantine being imposed within 30 days on Missouri, North Carolina and Tennessee, the De- y/. 5—American Revolutionary soldier 6—Compass point 7—Young boy 8—Wlfa of Geralnt 9—Odors 10—Philippine a word H—Arab! an seaport !£— Chemicar compounds 20—Corded cloth 22—Printer's measure 23—Girl's name 24—Metal fastener 25—Initials of 26th President 26—Man's nlclcnama 30—Clinking sound n2—Nobleman G3—Simple rt :!R—Recent ° SB—Skinning 41—Pnllsh 43 —Blvcr Island 4H—Paid notice 47—Conjunction 4D—Marine skeleton 50—"Fruitless B3— "Proposition 52—Hurry 56—Fish CESS 58—Prefix: new fit)—Be mistaken GO—Female deer 03—Sun Rod of Hammond were Delphi visitors Thursday. Mrs. Cora Sacha of Litchfield, Illinois, spent the week with 'her son, John, and family of South Delphi. She visited a sister at Indianapolis enroute here. irthur McDowell, commander of, 'he Harry Bohannon Post No. 751 American Legion, gave a patriotic! address and placed a wreath of red, white and blue flowers on the monument to honor Civil War Veterans and paid tribute to veterans of all wars at 11 a.m. Thursday. He was accompanied by a firing squad and the color guard. Dick Klepinger sounded taps and the son, a Delphi native, is employe with the American Express Com pany. Mr. and Mrs. Wason wh spent several years in France dur ing their early married life, visited with old friends of the Wason family here. On Thursday night they Sir Anfhony Eden Departs for Home LONDON (UP)— Sir Anthony Eden sailed home to Britain today for the first time since ill health and the failure of his Suez policy combined last Jan. 9 to force him out of office as the nation's premier. Eden, still ailing despite a fivc- London Bookmaker's Wife Bears Quads LONDON (UP) — Mrs. Cclia Philp, 28-ycar-oIo wife of a London bookmaker, gave birth to quadruplets in Queen Charlottes Hospital early today. A hospital spokesman said the mother and babies, all girls, were doing well and there was no dif- lartment lounced. . The pest is the soybean cyst lematode known only in Japan, Manchuria and Korea until it appeared in this country in 1954. ., Agricultural research service of: ficials said that tne worm has been found in Pemiscot and New , _ . Madrid counties, .Mo.; New Han-lmonth vacation and a. prolonged course of medical treatment for of Agriculture an- over ant i Fender counties, N.C.; called on an old neighbor, Dr. L. H. Smith. Afflis who is national wrestling champion of the U.S.A. s better known as "Dick the Jruiser" in the wrestling world. le was enroute from Indianapolis :o Gary where he was to wrestle Friday night when he stopped in lis old home town to see a few friends. He credits Dr.'Smith with first interesting him in muscular development. • J. Franklin Arthur, who taughl in the Carson school last year, has resigned to accept the principal- ship oE the Pittsburg school. Rev. Arthur is pastor of the Delphi Baptist church. and Dyer, Lake, Lauderdale and Obion counties, Tenn. The proposal would place a quarantine on the three states, but the extent of the regulation would vary depending on the nature of the infestation in specific areas. Since Jan. 31 when the USDA held a hearing on the proposed quarantine here, the pest has been reported in Arkansas and Kentucky and the department said another public hearing would be held to consider quarantines in those states. The department said that interested persons could express their views on the proposed quarantine in Missouri, North Carolina and Tennessee within the next 30 days in letters to the USDA research service. bile duct trouble in Boston, was due to arrive from Canada aboard the liner Empress of Britain, docking in Liverpool this afternoon. Queen Elizabeth II ordered one of her own planes to the northern seaport to fly Eden to Ros* Bower, his country cottage at Broade Chalk, Wiltshire. The babies weighed four pounds two ounces, three pounds 1'A ounces, three pounds 4% ounces and four pounds three ounces. Mrs. Philp also has a son, Robert, 2V4. Quarries of whetstones are located in Garland and Hot Spring Counties, in Arkansas. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery WITH THIS COUPON FREE! 2 SHIRTS-BEAUTIFULLYIAUNDERID order totaling of cousins, Mr. and Wason and sons in Flora Thursday night, then spent the evening with Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Smitli and Miss Mary Davies at the Smith home. Other guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smith. Mr. Wason spent Friday in Indianapolis on business in Connection with the settling of Find» Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieve* Pain—Shrink* Hemorrhoids astonishing statements like "Pll«s have censed to bo a problem I" The secret Is a now healing.sub- stance (Bio-Dyne*)-discoyery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in Ihnr T«rl, M. Y. <Sp*tl»l) — For the first timo science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids —" and to relieve pain—without surgery. ' " intly In case after case, while goi. , relieving 1 pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were M thorough that sufferers made suppository or ointment form under the nnme Preparation H.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •HM. u.i. r»t. a* Whin brought in with any cleaning $2.00 or more. • Coupon mull b« pr«c«ntad wirh ord«r • Offtr void oft.r Juno IS, 1957. CLEANERS AND LAUNOERERS 17th and Broadway 3rd and linden had held services at local cemeteries. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert DeVitt and three grandchildren of Janesville, lis, former Delphi and <Logansport MS., came Wednesday for a visit resident spent Decoration Day with friends and relatives In Logansport where she was reared. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Longwith of Pittsburgh, Pa., will come Thursday for a visit with Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner H. Bow- according to an application filed I en. Friday afternoon with the city I Mr. and Mrs. John Adair of Ron- building commissioner. Cost of'sselaer spent Decoration Day in the structure was shown as $5,500. Scaled hld» for MAILINO VKS- TIUUI.B ANIJ DRIVEWAY KX- TKNSIONK.UTC., AT [!. S. POST OFPKIE, ^OOANHI'OHT, INDIANA Delphi. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheets and three sons of Indianapolis were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Frank 'Sheets and William Shaffer. Mrs. Alice Lucas and Mrs. Sego c.s^\!'%:oo t 'i' V< M.,'(''. t iv.K.T.')' J Ji;NLO of Kokomo were among those who visited in Delphi Decoration Day. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Salmon of Chicago spent Decoration Day 18, I!i37 In ncioin 575, U S. CJourt- IIOUHIS. Chlf:iLKo 4. IlllnolH, nnrl then publicly oiHsntd In Uoom G75. Information c<jn mfiy lift obmlned from (a) (jftnerul ServtCf-H Administration, Hc-Kion 5, r»7"» (J. K. (,'ourt- hnu«o, CtilcriKo ^, Illlnoln; (b) Cuatoillan of the liullilltiK project. in Delphi. She was the former Theresa Dreifus of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Baughman with Miss Mary Cochrane, Delphi librarian. On Thursday Miss Cochrane fell at her home and sustained injuries. On Friday she accompanied the DeVitts to Rochester, Minn., where she entered the Mayo Clinic for examination and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wason and three, children, Wendy, Jimmie, and Will, have returned to their home in Birmingham, Mich., a suburb of Detroit, where Mr. Wa- •'••*"• . , . Ihe late Judge James P. Wason, former local and Indianapolis residents. Judge Wason served three terms at .fudge of the Carroll- White circuit court. William Afflis Jr., a native of Delphi, visited his cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clawson Friday and For All Occasions GREETING CARDS "that say what you want to say' HIATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE „« to give you that "on vacation" feeliny at work! You'll be so much more comfortable at work in one of these handsome shirts made especially for warm weather wear. The collar looks and feels well with a tie - - and when you unbutton it, it becomes a smart-looking sport shirt collar, <^ illustrations of the amazing transformations that we can make by resetting old diamonds. If your diamond* look like the antiquated pieces shown, do have them remounted to bring out ihc beauly that is now hidden, A. 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