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Monday Evening, July 8, 1957. Former Hoosier Saves Derelicts of Skid Row SACRAMENTO, Calif. .(UP) — How do you have a skid row bum (or himself and society? Vern Zook, an Air Force veteran from Indiana, has come up with a new approach—put him in > business of his own.. "Work is the best therapy in the wo-ld," he said. "But with the work must go spiritual rediscovery. The skid row derelict must return to God." '. To prove his theory, Zook opened a restaurant run. by tramps for tramps. It was so successful. he opened a second in one of the city's better neighborhoods and is using profits to buy a house to ihelter his crew. He calls' his operation "Christian Service Enterprises" and holds regular Bible classes to help his men build new attitudes toward life. The difference between Zook's scheme and the conventional rescue mission is that it provides regular employment in an atmosphere of. understanding. The more common rescue mission, he says, emphasizes evangelism and provides odd jobs when available. When there are none, their skid row inmates depart with their earnings to buy a bottle. . Zook spent five years running such a mission in Stockton, Calif. Convinced that was the answer, he proposed his new approach to the board of directors, but they thought business and religion don't mix. "I believe you can't divorce the two," says Zook. His Sacramento experiment has lasted only a year now but things have gone very well. Customers show special interest in the workers. Zook and his wife themselves work up to' 16 hours a day and take out only $50 a week for themselves. His greatest problem is that some of the men just don't show up for their shifts. On skid row only one man in a hunderd fights his way back to be a useful member of society, Zook guesses. "But for the one per cent, we're willing to put up with the other 99." china at the last meeting of the Quester's club were Mesdames Jesse Briggs, Charles Hunter, John Segrist, Marion Gibson, Fred Me- Pherson and John Oaks, of here, and Mrs. Orpha Meade, of northeast of here. Several Pioneer Seed Corn sales supervisors from surrounding j states, accompanied by Bob Wood, ' Floyd Collins and Dick Schmidt, 'all former Pioneer employees, were ; in Flora recently to visit the local plant and installation', including the new 40-by-120 foot storage buildings. The group also visited several Pioneer installations in other areas. Joe Keating, manager of the Frankfort stockyards for .the past six years, announced that the yard has closed permanently. He has accepted a post as co-manager ol the Flora yards. He will serve with Mr. 0. Calender, who has been with the concern for some years. Having taken nearly all honors to be gained in area stock-car racing, Jack Douglas has taken his car to Ohio for competition. Ray Kenens is the driver. Recently | at New Bremen, the car finished fourth in the feature. In the session at Ekiora, the car won first place in the main event. Three acts were selected from the seventeen competing in the Carroll county Farm Bureau amateur contest. These winners will represent the county at the third district meeting at Frankfort. Mrs. Fannie Blue, county S. and E. leader from east of Flora, attended the contest. Due to the death of her husband, Mrs. Medford Flora is selling a long list of household goods at pub- lie auction at home on the west edge of Flora, on Wednesday, July 10. The 63rd annual reunion of Ihc Eikcnberry family will be held at the Flora community park on Sunday, July 14, at 12:30 o'clock. Glen B. Eikenberry, of here, is presi- dent, .and Mrs. Vera M. Gilbert, of Brulington, is secretary. An old-fashioned ice-cream social will be held at the Mount Olivet Methodist church, southwest of here, Saturday evening, July 13. Home-made ice-cream and other foods will be featured. The Rev. and Mrs. 'C. A. Stewart, of the First Brethren church, have been taking part in camp activities at Camp Lake Shipshewana. • , A quarterly council meeting will be held at the Church c! the Brethren at 7:30 p.m., July 11. The Mount 'Olivet Methodist church high school class met at the home of Clange Stanley, with the-new officers presiding. Eleven members and one guest were' present. The meeting was opened with group singing, led by Lewis Ruman.. Roll call was answered with a favorite Bible verse. ,Devo.tions 'were offered by Leana Everett. During the business session it was decided to sponsor an ice-cream social at the church on July 13. Lewis Human furnished a special number. The Rev. Walter Curtis, of Burlington, is secretary. Mrs. Bertha Niewerth has been managing a store at Lafayette while the owners were taking a month's vacation. Mrs. Sadie Mossier, who has been at the home of her niece, Mrs. Ruth Bowman, at Cutler, has returned to her home on Easi Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Don Oden have returned to their home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, following a ten- day vacation with her sister. Mrs. Russell Barter and husband, here, and his parents in Swayzee. Richard Hatton, son of County Superintendent of Schools Harry Hatton, who will be a senior In Indiana University Medical School, Indianapolis, next year, will in- terne in the new Community Hospital at Indianapolis during September, October and November. William Echerle has received word from his son, Lee, who lives near Fargo, South Dakota, that they were not affected by the recent tornado at Fargo. 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(pi.) -Cap - • monkey 11 — Girl's nama 16 — Bird's claw 18— Soft food 20— Canine 22 — Criminal 23— Wipe out 25 — Physician (colloq.) 27— Pertaining to *. lobe . 28 — Remain «rect 30 — Quarrel 32— Scottish cup 3fi — Measur* ol weigh t 38 — Heaped 41— Knocked 4:i— Nothing 45 — Imperious 47— Tap <!>— Shy .12 — Dampens M— OratMltles . fifj — Small ruff 5B — Indonesian tribesman R7 — Owing B!> — Cohfcdnrat* penpral 60— Dine 63 — French artlcl* Gravestones Removed From Resting Places OfWyattEarp,Wife COLMA, Calif. (UP! - Wyatt a bly carried the stone to a truck Earp has been dead 28 years, but ! or C ar. the West's outlaws are still giving' gone when he reported for work Sunday morning. Police found the footprints of two men beside the grave.'They said the thieves profo- Flora Fifteen members of the King's Daughters class of the Methodist church went to the home of Mrs. Louise Burnettc Wednesday evening for a farewell party. A carry-in supper was served and a social evening was enjoyed. Mrs. Bur- nctte is going to Lebanon, to live in the home of a daughter. ' Funeral services were held in Marion July 5 for Homer Newport, 70, of that city, husband of the former Zara Pritehard, formerly of Flora. The Grace Brethren church held a business meeting Friday night. Guests, in the home of Mrs. W. C. Aschamhort during the long •weekend holiday were Mr. and Mrs. Ora Smith of Potago county, Ohio. Mrs. Smith is a niece of Miss Emma Aschamhort, who was also present in the home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Payne and sons left Friday for three-week trip to California and points of Interest in the west. Lt. and Mrs. David Clegg sailed from New York Saturday for Holland, where he will be stationed at an air base. JVfrs. Clegg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kaymond Douglas. Thirty high-school youths of the Church of the Brethren, taught by David Reeve, enjoyed a party at Sandy Beech, Lake Freeman. In attendance were Mr, and Mrs. Reeve and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Shirar. A group of youths will leave here by bus July 9, for a swimming party at Frankfort. They will be in charge of Coach Frank De- Brulcker. The Mann Chevrolet company will be closed July 15-20. for the vacation of employees. Emergency work only will bo accepted during that period. Among those from Flora showing ORDER YOUR MICHIGAN FRESH FRUIT . PROM MBR-DBL'S NEXT TRUCK ARRIVES Wed., July 10 PIE CHERRIES 30 Ib $6.60 15 Lb. ...... .$3.60 Black Raspberries 25 Lb $8.75 12 Lb $4.75 Dark Sweet Cherries (Frozen) 25 Lb $8.50 12 Lb $4.50 ADVANCE ORDERS ONLY PICK UP AFTER 8:30 A. M. WED. 315 HANNA ST. PHONE 4770 TAKES FISH POST INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—William B. Barnes, Indianapolis, has been appointed acting director of the fish and game division of the State Conservation Department to succeed Emmctt Lewis of Bedford. him trouble, A pair of thieves broke into the Hills of Kternity Memorial Park Sunday and stole the tombstone marking the graves -of Ear.p and his wife, Josephine. The thieves catg two feet into the ground in a futile eflfor.t to find the urn holding the remmains of tl>e legendary U.S. marshal. The 300 - pound granite stone bore the inscription, "Wyatt Ear.p] 1848-1929, Josephine Earp 1801- j 1944." It measured 16 inches wide and 22 inches long. Tom Finn, a gardener at the cemetery, noticed the marker was Morris Colton, superintendent of the cemetery located in a San Francisco suburb, said many persons had visited tihe grave since its location became publicized last spring. Read the Classified Ads YOUR FRIENDLY MERCHANT SAYS THANK YOU WITH CASH VALUE Delphi Mrs. Japes Goff entertained the Neighborhood -bridge club at a >retty party Friday night. During he social hour following the.game refreshments were seFved. Mrs. Millard Quinn was a guest,' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grantham visited. Curtis McCain at the St. Slizabeth hospital Friday evening. Mr, McCain, former city clerk, who sustained injuries on Lake rreeman • Thursday when thrown from his motor boat, had his left arm in a cast. Tile arm bad multiple fractures below the elbow. Thomas Cook, Delphi, and Bea Dye, Cutler have been dismissed irom Lafayette hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Calvert of Lafayette are spending the rest of :he summer at their cottage on Lake Freeman. On July 4th they entertained at a family get-to-geth- er. Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs. John • Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyls Kirkpatrick, Miss Edna Kirkpatrick..and Miss Alice Preston of Delphi, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sears and children of Anderson. The Sears family remained at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Kirkpatrick for the rest of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert .Verrill and family have been enjoying a trip through the New England States. Mrs. E. W. Bowen and Miss Hilda Bowen were recent guests of Mrs. C. Ebbert and son Walter at Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanawalt of BurneHsvillc . are the parents of a daughter, born at '.he Home hospital June 25. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine Charge Peron Is Plotting In Venezuela Diplomatic Relations "With Argentina Are Reported "Interrupted". BUENOS AIRES (UP)—Argentina and Venezuela "interrupted" diplomatic relations Sunday in a dispute over charges that former dictator Juan D. Peron is using Venezuela as a base for efforts to overthrow the Argentine government. Gen. Carlos Toranzo Monlero, the Argentine ambassador to Venezuela, was scheduled to fly hei'e from Panama, where he arrived from Caracas Sunday after the Venezuelan government ordered him out of the country. Venezuela declared Toranzo Montcro persona non grata two days after ordering Dr. Atilano Carnevali, its ambassador to Argentina, to return to Caracas. " Argentine Foreign Minister Alfonso dc la Ferre said diplomatic jrelations with Venezuela had been "interrupted". Diptom/Uh: observers here said interruption Ls just a step short of a complete break. Toranzo Montero delivered a note to Venezuelan authorities July 4 in which he charged Peron violated his asylum in Venezuela jy planning a coup against the Argentine provisional government. However, Venezuelan president Marcos Perez Jimincz told newsmen in Caracas the note had nothing to do with Toranzo Montcro's ouster. He said the diplomat was ordered to leave the country because his actions were "offensive to the dignity of the nation." Toranzo Montcro told United Press in Panama Sunday night he' presented documents to the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry containing "overwhelming proof Peron is leading sabotage and subversive acts from Caracas which for the Argentine people may cost blood." Goes To Dogs LIVERPOOL, England (UP) — When an ambulance took Miss Mabel Lambie, 73, to a hospital here, seven other ambulances had to tag along too. 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