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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, June 4, 195T. 13. REAL ESTATE IMMEDIATE possession, practically new one bedroom home, large living room, every convenience, gas heat, bargain at $830C by owner. 415 llth. Inquire at 417 llth. Phone 4655. Income property on 12th St. Owner leaving city. 5 rms. down with a dream kitchen, birch cabinets, plastic wall tile, exheust fan. Dining area, spacious living rm. Master bedroom with extra closet space. 3 rm. modern apt. up. Private entrance. STRECKER-BROWN AGENCY Phone 4303 or 2865 13. REAL ESTATE 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. MODERN bungalow, long living room, 3 bedrooms, full basement, laundry, recreation room, full lot, garage. Ph. 3265. HOME with income by owner. Ph, 6638. c. Forms 7 Acre 'arm in city limits. 6 room dwelling. Garage, 3 sheds and orchard. Taxes $60 yearly. Here is a rare deal. 25 Acre farm in Adams Twp., improved with a large all-modern 4 bedroom home, combination crib, garage, and tool shed, and a very good bank "barn. Here is your chance to buy a really nice country place. Will sell for cash, contract or take your home in trade. 30 Acre farm, 5 miles out on blacktop road. 4 bedroom all modern dome. Barn, 2-car garage, chicken house. Logan schools. Spring possession of land. Will trade up or sell straight out. 36 Acre White county farm, 28 level tillable A. 8 A, wood lot. 8 A. alfalfa. Small house, barn, etc. Asking $8,000. Will sell equity or trade on larger farm. 65 Acre Bethlehem Twp. farm. 60 A, tillable with 16 A. of oats and 35 A. corn to go to buyer. 4 room dwelling, good 50x70 barn plus other buildings. Will consider trade or land contract. 80 Acre farm unimproved in Bethlehem Twp. About 55 A. of good plow land, seeded to wheat and rye. Land contract with $2,000 down will get you possession now. 80 Acre farm. No buildings, only 4'A miles west of town..About 50 A. good crop land. Has nice woods to build in. This tract fronts on 3 roads. Could easily be subdivided. 106 Acre White county farm. Nearly 100 A. tillable. Nice home, attached garage. New burn, new workshop chicken and brooder houses. Priced at $220 A. You can have the growing crops by reimbursing owner the coat of pulling them out. 116 Acre Carroll county stock and grain (arm. Newly remodeled 3 bod- room home. Fair outbuildings. Spring water for livestock. Im- medinto possession of land. Will consider smaller fnrm In trade. I20 Acre Clay Twp. farm. Few miles out in Logan school district, Here Is a deal for a handy man. Largo dwelling, barn needs some fixing, Grauarlus, now garage und chicken houso Three springs. Farm has allocated fronts lo build upon. Own or will sell with only $5,000 down, balance long-term contract. Don't miss out here I Otto Hilbert REAI/fOU 1438 Clifton Ave. Phone 2<ilM 5 RM COTTAGE, North Third St. liv, 2 bedrms, kit, utility and bath. New roof and siding, garage, full lot. 4V4% G. I. loan, 542 per ino. Immediate possession. •MODERN DUPLEX, Daniel Webster school dist. 5 rm, bath, hardwood floors down, 4 rms and bath up. % basement, water heater. Full lot and garage. Price $7500. G. I. loan. LAKE COTTAGE, 5 rm modern, fireplace, nice kit, attached garage, nice yard, plenty shade and swimming beach. Ready to move in. Priced to sell. BOB AYERS, Realtor Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. Latest Market Reports POWER GAINS NARROW U» of lUctricity still topi year ago, but. margin ii smaller. i ft* AMJJA-SOND MONTHf P.-*C~™Srii.roor Mdrrl* K.t. Hawkins Stockyards Meat type Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.75 210 to 230 19.50 230 to 250 19.15 250 to 270 19.00 270 to 300 18.GO Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal v 19-00 b. Lots 3U1LDING lots, suburban and city, $25 down, $10 per month. Phone 4326. .ESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. South on Highway 29. Phone 5-6590. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract 7398. c. Farms 30 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferiei, Realtor, 403 East 13th, Rochester, Dial CA-36111. WANTED: 40 to 80 acres with good 5 room modern house and out buildings. Will pay cash. Write Box A-277 this newspaper. 152 ACRE farm on Road 24 between Logansport and Peru. 80 acres tillable, rest good pasture with running water, 6 room modern house, good barn and out buildings. Can be bought on contract at $175 acre. Shown by appointment only. Call or write J. D. Harness, H West 2nd Street, Peru. Phone Gridlej»- 3713C.. Third Woman Flees From State Prison INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A petite jurglary convict from Terre Haute the Indiana Monday only escaped from Women's Prison lours after two other inmates fled. Officials said Mrs. Nellie Corby, 21, Torre Haute, serving time for second-degree burglary, walked out of the prison gale after obtain- ng permission to go to the dispensary. Earlier Monday, Mrs. Llssa Tanson and Mrs. Mary Hazen, Indianapolis, escaped. Both were serving time on bad check changes. H was Mrs. Hanson's fourth escape.. Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No, 1 20.50 190 to 210 20.00 210 to 230 19.75 230 to 250 19.25 250 to 270'. 19.00 270 to 300 18.75 Sows 16.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-19.00 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Third Street Market Veals Lambs Veal Hides .18 .,,. .16 12 Bnef hides .0414 Eggs .25 CHICAGO UVBSTOGK CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,000; strong to mostly 25 Flora Funeral services for Mrs. Inez Fay Kressley, 57, of Cutler were held Sunday afternoon in the Cutler Presbyterian church. Carter funeral home, of Flora, was in charge of arrangements. The Christian Women's Fellowship will meet in the home of Mrs. William Helvis Thursday at l:3d p.m. when new officers will be installed. A Children's Day program will be presented at the First Brethren church Sunday, June 9, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Laurel Smith, Mrs. Robert Jones and Mrs. Ruth Murphy Friday took the following girls to Camp Tecumseh for the annual State Sunshine Camp for eight days: Becky Smith, Sally Watson, Kinny Konp, Jane Ann Jones, Judy Northcutt, Jerilyn Jones, Christine Berkey, Nancy Eller, Jeanette Skiles, and Patty Lyons. Counselors for the group will be Deanna Pressler, Joyce Burton and Sharon Garrison. Youth will be honored in the First Brethren church at the worship service Sunday at 9 a.m. They will be in charge. Richard Kuns will deliver the sermon. He is a student at Ashland college. Misses Becky Smith and Sally Watson and their mothers, Mrs. -Laurel Smith and Mrs. Clarence Watson attended a tea Sunday afternoon at Lafayette for the girls of district 2 who will attend Girls' State. Mrs. Mable Brown will be program leSder at a meeting of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Brethren church that will be held Wednesday in the home ol Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Lytle, with a co-operative luncheon at noon. Last Family Night until noxl fall was held Sunday night in the Christian church, with members o: the Loyal Berian class serving ns hosts. For the carry-in supper members and guests- were seatec at tables decorated with articles symbolic of the evening's theme, "Africa". Special guests were Dr. and Mrs Clifford Weare and Bill Sally and John, of Indianapolis; Dr. and Mrs. Weare an.* missionary candidates to Africa; and on June 22 Seminole, Indians Stake Out Brother Under Blazing Sun MIAMI (UP)—Deputies .searched ;he Everglades today for four Seminole Indians accused of beat- ,ng up their brother and staking him out to bake inj;he sun. The warrants were sworn out for Doug, Howard, John and William. Ed Watson, Phil' Berndt, Dave VIcKinley Osceola by their battered brother, Mike. Chapman's Team Wins LHS Senior Bike Race; Ulmer Rides Pace Lap Richie 'Chapman and his four pedalists won the 75-lap bicycle | race which climaxejj the annual! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Jury Renews Scandal Quiz INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — A 1'CtUt: w tlKJll UUiiiaACVj uic aiiiiuat',. _, , „ 1T __ senior day program at Logansport I Marion Couny Grand Jury re- high school Monday. Isumed its investigation into- the su 8 v...u U1 ,^ua,. j lndiana highway scandal today. Chapman's teammates _included „,. . , « . / ( . _ .,„.„„. Loner, and Everett Thomas. The pace-lap for the race, held Sheriff Doug Hendry said the on Four teenth street between 'racas between the brothers start-1 ed Monday at tlie traditional Green Corn Dance, an annual tribal gathering on the Seminole reservation. Mike, 36-year-old descendant of Seminole Chief Osceola, said when he went to the festival his brothers and several other Seminoles "jumped me and really worked ma over. I guess they've just been laying for me a long time." He said his hands were bound behind his back and he was left to bake in the morning sun while tribal elders watched impassively. Deputies freed Mike, and he swore out warrants charging his brothers with attacking him. Mike is known as a "progres- Market and Broadway, was led by J. Phillip. Ulmer, director of guidance at the high school. Five bicycles, including one girl's team, were in the race. Team captains and the order of finish include: Jim Thompson, 2nd; Bob Pugh, 3rd; .Dave Wrigley, 46th; and Rosie Hall, 5th. . The senior day activities' began Monday morning with a program at the high school and included a swim in the municipal pool and a picnic at Dykeman park. Judge Metes Fines, To Four Defendants Pour fines were assessed in city siva""" Semmoie," having 'worked I wurt Tuesday morning by Judge with a committ&e which drafted! Harold Tuberty. a constitution for operation of the | William M. Simmons, State Hospital, paid $5 and $14.75 costs for Seminole nation. His brothers are opposed to the constitution idea. Congress Calls for Action to Protect FBI's Secret Files WASHINGTON (UP)—Congressmen today called for swift action to protect secret Federal Bureau of Investigation files -in light of the -new Supreme Court ruling on government trials. The court ruled 7-1 Monday that the government must abandon criminal prosecutions In cases reckless driving. A fine of $1 and $14.75 costs was meted to Andrew E. Hafer, of Denver, on a charge of failure to yield the right of way. There were two cases of public intoxication. Walton There were 121 boys and girls registered for the summer reading Officials said three witnesses were scheduled to appear, among them Edmond S. Talucci, a former purchasing agent for state institutions, and a Lafayette firm which sold equipment to the state. The jury previously indicted three former state officials and an attorney on charges of conspiracy to commit grand larceny and embezzlement in connection with the sale of right-of-way property for. a south-side Indianapolis expressway. Harry Doggett, former a-ssistant right-of-way director, Monday asked that the indictment against him be quashed. The action in claimed Doggett was "coerced and compelled" himself before t H. William Irwin, Doggett's attorney, said the court procedure was a violation of both tlie Indiana and Federal constitutions. Doggett, together with former state highway chairman Virgil (Red) Smith, ex-right-of-way .chief Nile Teverbaugh and Milan attorney Robert Peak refused to waive immunity before the jurors and did not answer several questions. All four pleaded the Fifth Amendment at a Senate subcommittee hearing on public roads last month and refused to answer questions. Adjournment Is Predicted About Aug. 15 Republican 'House Leaders Confer With President Ou Pending Money Matters By UNITED PRESS House Republican Leader Joseph W. Martin Jr. said today that Congress may have to keep plugging until Aug. 15. Martin and other Republican leaders conferred wiUi President Eisenhower on the current status of his legislative program. They gave him little comfort on money matters. Congress has a lot to do before it can quit for the year, and there have been predictions it won't get away before September. Martin program at the Tipton and Walton Criminal Court Judge Scott Mc- Township library. The following children have completed their first 12 books, entitling Donald set June 13 as the deadline for Prosecutor John Tinder to where it does not want to produce them to a diploma: Libby Wolford, higher; No. 2-3, 190-225 Ib butch-|they will be commissioned at spo- ers 20.00-20.25; several lots No. ! C j a i services during the CWF In- 1-3, 20.35-20.50; 14 head lot No. 1 odrennial afc Purdue. They will 200 Ibs 20.75; No. 2-3, 230-270 1'bs i eav e in August for Belgium where they will have n year of language secret FBI reports by witnesses it puts on. the stand. Justice Tom'Clark, a former attorney general in the Truman administration, dissented and urged congressional action. He said if Ihe ruling stood 'those intelligence agencies of our government engaged in law enforcement may as well close up shop." Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (N.Y.l, ranking GOP member of the House Judiciary Committee, said 'the court decision "poses a very serious problem" that Congress ought to take up at once. 19.50-20.00. Cattle 5,500, calves 200; slaughter steers and heifers about steady; vealers unchanged; sev- study. After the supper, union church services were held in the sanclu- eral loads choice and low prime ary where Dr. and Mrs. Weare and steers 25.00-25.75; load prime 1300 Ibs 20.50; choice fed steers 22.7524.50; high good to average dhoice heifers 21.50-23.00; loads of mostly choice weighty heifers 23.50; good and choice vealers 22.00-26.00. Sheep 1,000; mostly steady; good and choice shorn lambs 20.0022.00; good to prime spring lambs 22.00-25.00. Judge's Son Accepts Security Agency Job Clifford Wild, Jr., son of GUSH lircull Judge and Mrs. Clifford Wild, 1010 North street, who will receive Ills A. B. degree in mathematics from Miami university, Ox. ford, 0., Monday, will report at Washington, D. C., on June 17 tt> begin work in the National Security uffency. Judge and Mrs: Wild will go to Oxford (or the Commencement exercises. Hogs 7,000; mostly 25-50 higher; 180-250 Ib 20.25-21.00; 250-200 Ib IB.75-20.50; lflfl-1110 II) 17.25-20.00; 20-100 11) 10.00-17.50, few yi.OO. Cattle 2,800, calves 300; slow, moderately active; steady; cliolco steers 22.50-24.00; good 20.00-22.50; choice heifers 22.00-23.00, good 10.75-2l.7li; vealers 50 lower, mostly steady; good and choice 21.00-24.50, prime U) 25.00. Slioep 200; wciik to 50 lower; good anil choke spring tombs 21,00-23.50. Court Notes Two attachment suits against Tyre-X ProducUi, Inc., that they nro moving their equip ment and proporty from 421! High street to the slato of New York, have been fllwl In the C'nus circuit court, asking $250 uplccc. Quilleii Electric Service assorts the company in indebted to it for $250 for lubor nnd materials furnished, and Kdllh and Mae ftnrnulL assert the firm is indebted to them In the same amount (or rent. Both complaints wore filed llm>U(|h tin.' law firm of O'Noill and O'iN'cill. Fllte; ALARM HF,I>AIKED Firemen havo repaired the lire alarm box lit North Third and Co- Unnblu. The box was knocked off a polu when two cars collided at the iiiter.HccLloii Monday evening. LOANS PLAIN NOTE—«UTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONJOUDAT6 OUTS • CASH YOU NIID • MIDICAl IIUS • ANY OOOD PUKPOSt TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAILEY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 7755 410'1 £. Broqdwoy INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Live- Bill delivered sermons. A colored film, entitled "Manganga", was shown, as was "March of Medicine", another film. Devotions were given by Mrs. Richard Rklcnour and a discussion on "Flower Gardens" was led by Mrs. Carl Martin and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Leo Bowman gave State Office Building Site May Be Decided INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Officials may decide today on a site for a multl-mi-lli-on dollar State Office Bunding. A commission named by Ule 1957 General Assembly to select a site and determine how it should be financed was scheduled to meet with the Legislative Advisory Commission and tlve Metropolitan Plnn Commission. The State Budget Committee also scheduled n meeting for to- the history of "Carry Me Back to i t ] a y to consider appropriations Old Virginny." totaling more lihan $2.5 million for CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 11.7,000 Ibs. No USDA price changes. Cheese flUintly; single daisies and longtiorns M'/i-M; processed lou!' 38-87; Swiflfi Grado A 1H-V3; B W-ll; C .'IIKIII. Mutter steady; 1,01)0,000 Ib.s; 93 !X) score 5(l'/i; and 92 score 51); III) score 55. Eggs steady; 21,200 cases; while n'KO und mixed large extras 21); mediums 2B; standards 211; current receipts 2(1%. Mrs. Martin, president, nn-noun- g t a t u departments und institutions, ccd a bake sale for the June meeting. Plans were made for a family night picnic to bo held in July at Fail-view Park, in Logansport. Refreshments were served to 2-1 mLMnbors, The 3,50ft popples sold by the Legion Auxiliary late Insl month brought $11)7. To Male Drivers BOSTON (UP)—A Rirl In shorts and a tight sweater was described txiduy as just as much a safety hazard as a "blowout, a drunken driver-or a speedster." Dennis Bush, Linda Lytle, Rebecca Davis, Tonia Logan, Jerry Nelson, Julia Sailors, Judy Ely, Karen Turner, Bradley Turner, Jay Erny, Brenda Metcalf. New books for adult patrons of Walton library are: The Nun's Story, Tlie Day Christ Died, Tlie Rhythm of the Redman, Dress Well on $1 a Day, Life of the Party, Our Christian Symbols, All Men Are Brothers, Dances and Stories of the American Indian. Mrs. Slclla FJnney visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Finney and family of Muncie. About 45 persons attended the miscellaneous shower given by tho Lutheran Women's Guild for the newly modernized kitchen and hP w the charges. dining area of the church. Mrs. | j n | O e f[ cc t „„ M ; ,V 16. Keith Kinncy opened tlie gifts and announced the donors. A program of music, novelty dance numbers, reading and a vocal solo were given. Refreshments wore 'served. Burt Curtis of. Cambridge City a guest of friunds and attended Decoration Day services at the local cemetery. Mr. uml Mrs. Vornc Conn, Mr. and Mrs, H. L. Beckiey, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sperry, Mr, und Mrs. Bon ShcclrSn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold O'-Hlenls and Mr, and Mrs. Don Fitzer attended a dnlncr a Holiday 'Lodge near Greenfield. The group returned to the home of tho Fitters at Willow Brunch where they were joined by Mr. und Mrs. Clark Snull, Mr. and Mrs. Wnyne Shell, Mr. and Mrs. j Claude Small for u social time. ' not be too far" from the adjournment mark. Senate Republican Leader William F. Knowland sounded bearish after the White House conference on the President's request for an extra $149,500.000 in the fiscal year starting July 1. Any appropriation bill is going to have rough sledding," Knowland told reporters. I don't think Congress with alacrity is going to vot* additional funds." But he predicted the Senate will restore all or a large part of soil bank funds eliminated by tho | House. Other congressional news: Spending: Another economist . , , : forecast federal spending in fiscal request to quash 1958 wfluld ex<:oed ^ president's estimate of $71,800,000,000. G-erald Colm, chief economist for tlie National Planning Assn. told a congressional subcommittee the extra spending might total one billion dollars. Missiles: Air Secretary James H. Douglas told the House Armed Services Committee it is very likely" guided missile development will make U possible to cut the number of manned aircraft wings next yonr. Ifc said our firm program now is 128 wings." It used to be 137. Deft-use: Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.) accused the administration of "fiscal • manipulation" which he said could endanger Air Force efficiency and the "boys on the front line." He referred to a 500-million-dollar hold-back in pur- 59 Permits Are Issued Fifty-nine buildning permits, valued at $2'!U,144, were issued by the board of works • and the city building commissioner Robert Buck during the month of May. Of this amount, $170,500 was invested in now homos. $4,945 in garages, and $85,999 in remodeling of residences, according to the report. The commissioner collected $74.50 in fees from • 19 permits granted to applicants since the new city zoning ordinance went A totynl of «D 664 worth of per- ™"^" fo £ids *"° ncer t)le zomn * - regulations by Buck. NEW YORK PRODUCE N-KW YORK (UP) — Butter Htnndy; receipts 1,134,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices: AA (1)3 Hcoro) (10 '/i •«()%; A (92 score) 50%-(IOVa; B (DO score) 5IPA-5IPA; C (1(9 score) 50-5(1'/j. KKM steady; receipts 18,1100 cases; whole-Kale selling prices: Minimum 10 per cent AA qua-lily, Includes nenrbys: Large 481450 Ib's: White 2!) l A-:i2'A; brown S2V4-33. Medium: While 2!>'A-2B; .brown 2(1-27. Kxtrns minimum B!> per cent A quality, Includes Midwestern: Large 4IIV&-50 Ins: White 2l)Vj-31; brown 3t'/i-:>2M>; mixed colors 2[i>/j-:tt. Mediums minimum BO per cent A: White 25%-20; mixed color 25%-2fl. Kxtrns minimum B5 por cont A: Lni-go 45-40 Ib.s: White 28-29Vi; mixed colors 211-21)Vi. Mario Hanrahan, county president of Home Demonstration clubs, Mrs. Ernest' Dunham, Fair Exhibit commltlee chairman, and Mrs. Carl Walson met with F.laino Kully, Home Domon.slrnl.ion agent, In ':iy plans for the Homo Demon- 'ion exhibit at the county fair in .''lora the last of July und first of August. Tlie clubs chosen to exhibit subjects wcro Adams, Ironing; Aim Hi, Flower Gardens; Burlington, Low Caloric Meals; Burrows, 15n- lertalnlng; Carrollton, Freezing. Exhibits will bo fashioned after lessons the clubs received. Members of the commlll.ee which ul.so Includes Mrs. Jack Schilling and Miss Frieda Burfilll will be on hum! to help set up the ox- hiblls. Stale President Bert Mosier, of Blufflon, talked at the Ninth District Indiana Volunteer Flremcn'3 Assn. meeting held In Flora. He Is now a member of tho State Fire Marshall's Dcpl. Philip C. Wnllwork, spokesman p rl)!l ; a were won by Mrs. Sylvia tor the Automobile Leffnl Assn., s nc n M,- S . Delilah Sneli. H. L. pleaded with women to show "pity i jjeckley and Claude Small, for • the easily distracted mule Thu MD c i u |, scheduled to meet motorist." with Mrs. Phyllis Wendling has "Only a truly senile driver can: bucn , )OH |,p 0n od until June 12. ignore a beautiful girl,' he sold.- UE11UTTAL FLINT, Mich. — Jack Jennings paid a fine for ovcrpnrking nnd then filed a claim for $1.70 ugulnst tho city, claiming Ihe policeman ruined his windshield wiper blade when he put tho ticket under it. Read the Classified Ads HELP WANTED-MALE Young man for General Office work In retail branch, The Sharwin-Williami Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement in many, flelcli. Fringe benefit!. CALL 4266 FOR'APPOINTMENT Firemen from seven department's In the district attended the meeting. A movie, "Care of Hose" WII.H shown, after a discussion. A. N. (Pole) Denlon, of Flora, district chairman, was In charge of the meeting. Thirty attended. Children's Day exorcises will bo hold at the Clirl.sl.kin Church at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, June 1). Mrs. Noah Flora, of near Culler, mother of Mrs. Guy Kenrlck and sister of Mrs. Jcs.se Johnson, both of here, died Sunday night. CROSSWORD PUZZLE An " w " r tD YBlt " d ">''" Pu "" ACROSS 1—Btuui), rugged rouh Ii—J'm-lod of ttmo a—I'urtiiiL (uolloq.) lli—WtuJ l:orno lit—TutmlH Htrolc* H— OnoliKl 1C— Hoot iidgs 10—QUO oi r.m>ii<:u] trio 18— Wliin out 2U—1'll.l-IVlllHW !U~~At no limn H7—OlHiuworlc 20—Hnliinm vow 31—African troo U— Cllalc btiotlo' 34—PlniMH for (mm bat 16—Gurry on, aft wttr 37—Undy ol wuUr IfU— Clmnffo oolor of 40—Movu furttvflly 42 —I'lJJlM, aollituUvuly 44—JCvm'Kruuu lr*» 40—Art-own 4'J—LOVUI'M 63—llnuly 6-1— Iliu-liur CC—I'orfiirm 6(1—UnilcioMi at moon 1)7—Thfl HW«Ot«OP 58—HoBI-ut lit—Itlvur In ZJolKlum DOWN X— AlKQnflulan fndlan £—Hollow II—Bnnellt Seumon Top Kcplar of San Diego, CulH'., Is homo on a 30- day leave. He vlsiled his sisters, Sue and Ann Lynn Koplar nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Lang-don Patterson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baylors onter- luinud al a dinner Saturday evening honoring Seaman nnd Mrs. Danny Layman who arc home from Florida. Other Kiiesls 'wore Mr, and Mrs. Don Citickien, Mrs. Charles )(cm- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner, Mr. und Mrs. Bob Itamcr, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slruuch, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Graham, Mr. and Mrs', William Suylors, Don Logim, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beechy. Mrs. Wllm'a Rhodes won Ihe novelty by Slrnuch. Women's Circle of llio Union Presbyterian church will meet. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock In tho church. Hostesses will be Mes- dniTws Ross Hlnkle, Forest I-Ilnklo, Roger Harvey, Ed Ream, und Mrs. Mlnnlo Reams, Five More Colleges Conduct Graduation By UNITE!) PRESS Graduation exorcises at Eva:is- villc and Manchester highlight ud Indiana college commencements Monday, • lOvunsville conferred degrees on 2-10 senior.*!. Manchester luwl 17(>. Al Bvunsvilk', Dr. Ruins A. Put- nnin, Stipt. of Public Schools in Minneapolis, urged peaceful uses for the scientific advances made since the end of World War H. Evansville conferred Doctor of dMvinity degrees on tho Rev. Joyce J. Bailey, Supl. of Ihe Greencnslle district of the Methodist Church, and the Itev. ft. Brooks biiulte, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church, Klkhart. Dr. Desmond W. Billinger, pros- dent of McPhorson College in Kansas, w a n commoamiient ;er al Manchester. He said dedicadon Is one of Hit; outstanding characteristics of u "really educated person." Commencements, also took place nl Marlon, St.. Mnry-oMhe-Wouds, und Goslioii. start on unless money is on hand for the entire system—such us a plane or si'.ip. Poland: The House plunged into n fight over nn administration proposal to ship 95 million dollars in fnrm and other goods to Communist Poland. The fight specifically was ovor a Senate - passed bill that would authorize the government to sell 1 billion dollars worth of farm surplus to friendly countries for foreign currencies. 11 also would permit donation of 300 million dollars worth of farm surpluses to needy peoples abroad. Arrest Four Drivers In Early Morning Truck Weight Check Four truck drivers wore arrested by stale police in a (nick weight check conducted from 2 a. in. to 7 a. m. Tuesday at t!»! scales at thu west edgo of lx>tian.sporl. Wesley llurnis, route 2, Chesterton, charged with operating a • prixo. Door prl/os were won: lnldt 2 _ 7|)| , pmuli!i l>VL . rwi! \ K },i „„ Bob Itnnier and Mrs.' Eleanor 1)0 lmu |,, m lixlei wns ass osscd birds 6— <lul<lo'» hlKli note R — Man'u naiiiA 7—ln hod «•— 13lKlit-oiu'«d miiM-of-wiu-'» bout 0 — High oui'd 10— Waodan Din It— PIIUH 17— A HtiUn (abbr.) 19-Cry of BauahnnalM S3 — Nnhlnnmn 54— Wi'lirhly M— Kill 211— Oinfort 27— TltllllOT 3H— Vorvo 30— Dnilllkn flon 33— V«H»»|H for curtain 41— Family -tn — Olrl'H nam« 4H— Approach n— Plli* 4fl— Hoavonly bodr •ttl— Ronort rin— VoftK«l HI— Nnt.lv« metal BJ— S»lnt« (»l)br.) Death and Funerals KICICKTTS Final rites for Mrs. Alice Rick- ctt.s, 711, JHO-1 Woodlnwn, will be conducted at II n. m. Wednesday at llio Chase-Miller chapel with the Rc-v. H, II. Hashbcrgcr officiating. Burial will be made In the 1OOF coinctcry at Matthews, 1ml, Friends mny call at the chapel. STKASSEIl Final rlte.s for Mrs. Emma Sue Simmer, 42, OH Easy St., Monti- cuHo, will bo conducted al 2 p.m. Thursday at tho Fisher chapel w!lh Hie Rev. Raymond Skollon officiating. Burin! will be made In the Davis cemetery. Friends may call al' Iho chapel after 7 p.m. Tuesday. TOLL MOUNTS INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Indiana's traffic death toll for the Memorial Day weekend mounted lo 17 today. Latest victim was Joseph Holla,- 45, Gary. Ho met death Sunday night when his automobile smashed inlo a tree near the junction of U.S. 6 and Ind. 53 In Lake County. $J2ti.7!>, including a rivil penally of $1011, in the local justice court on Ills pica of guilty. Urucu King, Hurt, N. Y.. was assessed $3.1.75, including a civil penally of $15, on Ills plwi of guilty to n chnrgi) of opui'ul-ing a truck 1,7150 pounds overweight. ' Cicorgu Kimmel, Knox, wns assessed $;ill.75 on a charge of operating a truck without a I'SCl decnl, Amos Carter, Jr., route 1, Monl.lcello, paid $14.75 for operating a truck over the registered weight. FENCED IN LINCOLN, Neb.— The Nebraska Legislature voted lo erect a rope or chain barrier around the part of the chamber used by Ihe lawmakers. The sergeant at arms had complained he needed help In keeping .spectators from wandering through the urea occupied by tho senators. Contractor Suffering Skull Fracture Better Donald P. Miller, IM- contractor, who wos hospitalized Monday In SI. Joseph with a skull fracture after struck in the head with n sledge hammer, was listed Tuesday by hospital authorities as in "improved" condition. M-ns. Miller .suiri he was working on a construction Job when [he sledge hnmmor he was using to bre-ak cemonl caught in n clothes line and smashed into his skull. Authorities -said he climbed Into his c'lir after Iho accident, drove lo Ihe doctor's office, told what happened, then collan.s*'d. That wns iibont II a.m. Monday nnd h<> regained- consciousness about -1 p.m. No Rain in Sight For Next Two Days By UNITED PRKSS A dry spell settled over Indiana today nnd little change was ex- peeled for nl least two more days. The wi'n'.nor menu read "partly cloudy," with afternoon higlis around 110 degrees. Slightly cooler temperatures were expected for IJiu northern and centra! portions Wednesday and Thursday. Highs Monday reached 77 nt South Hunil and 7(i at KvaiisvilV. Tho ovpi'iiishl low wns 50 nt Gfl.sho.ii and Lafayette, I! degrees higher Uinn e.arly Monday. Allyn Is Chairman Of Midwest Exchange CHICACO (UP)—At'Hmr C. Allyn of Chicago has been elected the new chairman of the lionr-d i>f governors of the- Midwest Stock Exchange. The announcement, mnde Monday, said that more than 280 of the exchange's -100 members voted for Allyn to succeed George K. Barnes, Allyn Is chairman of A.C. Allyn & Co. SALE CALENDAR Tune 5—Stoncy Pike Roller Rink Waldron June 6—Joe's Auction Tori June 7. L. E. Granlham Weddhifiton June ft—Mrs. Hoy Wilburn Ciu;a Tune 8—Roy E. Whitemnn Bridge. Auct. June 8—Sioney Pike Roller Rink Waldron June B—Walter C. Landis Estate Rinehnrt & Sons Auct. June 13—Drive-In Theater Wuldron & Vinoy June 15—Mrs. Kllu M. Smyser Estate .. .Rinehart & Sons Tune 21—Lillie Newer Estate WeddinKltm June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart & Sons

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