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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday Evening, June 6, 1957. 11. FOR SALE WANTED—54-in. cabinet sink good condition. Phone '7764. "WHAT a day, had time to play, after cleaning my carpets with Blue Lustre." Flariegin- Ace Hardware, BARGAINS AT BARBER'S USED MACHINE OUTLET, 316 E. Bdwy Singer Auto, console. Full set of embroidery Discs. Singer round bobbin console, like new with buttonhole attachment.. New Home Electric $17.50 Several more to choose from. Electric portables, 329.50 to $75 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! Singer round bobbin console, hinge-pressure foot, attachments. Fully guaranteed $69.50 BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES 318 E. Broadway Special Closeout 1956 Frigidaires ] Only—91/2-Ft. Refrigerator Auto, Defrost Stratford Yellow Finish Was $339.95 NOW $239.95 with trade 1 Only—Range . Deluxe—Full Size Was $319.95 NOW $219.95 with trade 1 Only—Range Imperial—2 Ovens Was $499.95 NOW -$349.95 with trade Jackson-Kitchel 510 High St. Phone 3085 11. FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1955 Liberty mobile home, 2 bedrooms, 42-foot, very good condition, any reasonable offer considered. Phone CA-5977, Rochester, "Ind. 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 10' and 8' wide, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. We trade for furniture, with the best financing available. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 Phone Peru Gridley 39808 13. REAL ESTATE MODERN home on large corner lot, shade trees, enclosed front and back porches, 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitclv en, bathroom down, 2 bedrooms up, -Venetian blinds, nice built-in cabinets, oil furnace, attached garage, Bendix washer and dryer, refrigerator! Tappan stove, optional. Immediate possession. •801 Garfield. Ph. 2567. c. Musical Instruments FULL 88-iiote mahogany Spinet, with many fine features, made by America's oldest incorporated piano manufacturer, factory priced $725. Special this week only,! $495.00. No overhead, no sales | commission make this possible. IVERS & POND PIANOS 834 W. Miami Ave. $14.00 delivers a brand new WURLITZER Spinet piano to your home on Lesson-Loan plan, Mygrant's, 528 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. 2701 George, new 3 bedrm i mod. spacious rms. Hdw. firs. Ig. closets. Birch cab. Oil furnace. Attached garage. Southside. New 3 bedrm mod. Lg. llv. rm. wall-to-wall'carpet. 10 ft. picture window. Oil furnace. Carport. Southside. New 3 bedrm, mod. Cor. lot. Hdw. firs. Oil furnace. Reduced price for quick sale, llth St. 2 bedrm. mod. All built- ins, gas furnace, basement, garage. 82M: ft. frontage. Priced to sell. $9,000. 18th St. 4 bedrm. mod. 1% baths 011 furnace. Gar. $7,250. Wheatland Ave. 3 bedrm. mod. Ig. rms. A nice home, $7,500. Bates St, Good 2 bedrm. mod. garage. $4,000. Woodlawn Ave. Close in. Good 2 bedrm. mod. on contract. $500 Dn. ' Clymers. Good 3 bedrm. mod. except furnace. Lg. kit. with all built-ins, washer, dryer, TV in wall, breakfast bar. Lg. liv. rm. Sealed gar. with workshop. Workshop has built-ins, water heat. About % acre. $5,500, H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Phone 4716 d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix Last Hatch June 6 Started Chicks. Pullets & Cox Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek THREE Duroc gilts, will farrow in June. 25c Ib. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. TWO 9x12 rugs, like new. Phone 3413. DAVENPORT and chair, also antique walnut chair. 404 Front St. EXCEPTIONALLY clean G. E. refrigerator, reasonable. Phone 7233. &ASY Spin-Dry washer, good condition, $30. 1525 Morgan Street. feADE your sheep and hay on a new refrigerator, freezer, automatic washer or dryer. Also boats. Wallar Electric, Burrows. MAYTAG WASHERS AND DRYERS General Supply Co., New Waverly Fred Angle, Phone 40001 b. Miscellaneous GIRL'S bicycle for sale, good condition. Inquire 931 Bates. SALE: Used Ejecto-Junior shallow well pump, complete, in good condition, $40. Phone 4866. f856 35-ft. 1-bedroom trailer, all deluxe, including air conditioning, $3,000. Ph. 56081 evenings. 14-FT. plywood boat; IG-h.p. motor; lavatory and stool. Walton Phone 3013. /OHNSON, Century and Zebco-33 spin-reels, $12.95. Poppers, 25c. Bargain Center, 322 Third. SOY'S bicycle for sale, $15. Phone 20332. 1955 housetrailer, 30 ft., good as new, priced to sell. Lee Fetterhoff. Phone Flora 835-L after 5 or Saturday afternoon. f"OR SALE—Square timber of a barn. Walton 2023. Claude Roller. AIR mattresses, $2.95; doughboy inflated toys, $2.00 values, $1.85 Bargain Center, 322 Third. IT^FOOT aluminum housetrailer good for lake home, $500. Call 7407. USED apartment size stove, years old. Phone 6392. FOR SALE 1500 Leghorn pullets, top quality, vaccinated, debeaked, 15 weeks old. LOGAN HATCHERY 824 Michigan Ave. Ph. 4202 BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks are bred for top egg production and increased livability. Ask about the new Hi-Lay 1042 Cross. FARM BUREAU Phone 3141 Logansport MODERN 6 RM within walking distance of business dist. 3 rm, half bath down, 3 bedrms and bath up. Extra nice tiled kit., builtins, hardwood floors, hot water heat oil-fired, attached garage, storm windows. This home in A-l condition. Price only $9,000. BOB AYERS, Realtor Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. 13. REAL ESTATE 10 acres, 6-room house, bath. 3 miles west Fulton. Coda'M. Miller Kewanna, route 2. FARM FOR SALE New house and 100 acres, stock and grain farm. 2 large barns, one for cattle feeding. Hog tight fence. Level land and very productive. 6 miles southeast of Logansport. Priced for quick sale at $350 per acre. Plus 35 acres blue grass pasture land, with spring water year round, at $135 per acre. GIB WALKER, Realtor 815 N. McCann Kokomo, GL-22190 Latest Market Reports Deaths and Funerals STRASSER Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Sue Strasser, 42, were conducted Thursday afternoon at the Fisher chapel. Burial was made in the Davis cemetery. HERRMANN Final rites for Dr. Franz J. (Francis) Herrmann, 80, 310 North, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Fri-s day at St. Vincent's church with Msgr. John P. Schall officiating. Burial will be made in St. Vincent's cemetery. Friends may call at the Kroeger chapel where the Eagles will conduct rites at 7 p.m. Thursday. MEMO Ta INVESTORS fon't how dlvidcndi in major InduitriH compare with 1956 Common Stocki. flnt Qtr.: 1957 n.''3o HI CIHI CHANOl _M . fl TlA . . Oftlc* Iqulp. .Oil .«"0i . . . Publ. IMIjtiM ..... Mach. 4> fiWtab KobUr ..... lltct. tqulp. , . Aircraft . . , . Tobacco ' Automotive . . ron Jt StMl . . R. R. I, Equip. . rood «'l*v. . . Rttc.ll Trod. . .- Pal.1 N.w York ! > MorriB Kits'. 33%. Medium: White 26-27; brown 26-27. Extras minimum 55 per cent A quality, includes Midwestern: Large 48%-SO Ibs: White 30-31; Officers of the' Logansport Jun- brown 31%-32«.; mixed colors 30- i<* Chamber of Commerce were 31 [installed during the annual ban- Mediums minimum 60 per centlquet Wednesday night at the Roth A: White 25%-26%; mixed color Park hotel on Lake Freeman, Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.25 190 to 210 19.75 210 to 230 19.50 230 to 250 19.00 250 to 270 18.75 270 to 300 18.60 Sows 16.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homos available on V. A, loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. 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, f. Wearing Apparel BEACHWEAR—SPORTSWEAR For the entire family. THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to buy WANTED: 2 pairs black shoe skates, size 10 and 1 11. 4029L WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4th. Phone 3610. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables STRAWBERRIES, everyday, Bevington's, 3% miles southeast of Walton. STRAWBERRY boxes and cases for sale. Phone 40044. STRAWBERRIES, IVa miles north Davis bridge, bring containers. Walter Wedekind. ICE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. f>ORCH glider and chrome break-:STRAWBERRIES for sale. 3rd fast set; Venetian blind, 60x72". 3016. FOR SALE: 4 par high speed, New Idea rack and teder. It. L. Conn. R. R. 1, Winamac. Phone 7117. BERRY boxes, 2%c each. Berries by appointment. Claude Kime, 3 miles oast Twelve Mile. 1954 38 FT. 2 bedroom Mars house- trailer. 40308 or 3440. E — 34"x55" screens, like new; new Arvin clock-radio; rug and pad, 9 x 12; floor lamp. 2125 High. 40173. SAND, Black Dirt. Phone 'LATE model Royal typewriter with 13" carriage. Phone 9839. AUTOMATIC oil furnace, 150,000 B. T. U., like new, very reasonable. Phone 20186. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. 'A mi.- S. Akron. HOUSETRAILERS WHY PAY RENT? 18 ft. to 43 ft. on sales lot. See 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. oo U. S. *. Maple Spring*. road west Lake Cicott, 1st house north. Mace Gellinger, Phone 2019 Burnettsville. 13. REAL ESTATE WE WILL BUY Residential property on contract. Prefer property that needs improvement with low down payment. Both rural and city property desired. Phone 8685 Logansport. FOR SALE Beautiful new suburban home, might trade for city property. Nice brick duplex, Eel River Ave. Modern duplex, Spear St. Good going restaurant, can be bought on contract. Large rooming house, completely furnished. Good two bedroom house, no bath, Southside. Thirty-three acres, Noble township. 'A acre lots in Meadowview, r«- strieted, cash or contract. MAUDE O'LEARY 1307 East Broadway or Phone 5-0425, before 1 P. M. List Missing Servicemen WASHING-TON (UP)—A House Foreign Affairs subcommittee today assembled a consolidated list of 450 American servicemen believed captured by the Communists in Korea but never accounted for by Red negotiators. The names were previously published piecemeal by the Defense Department but the department never assembled a complete list.; Lambs. The department has said it presumed all 4Sfl are dead. It has paid •survivors' benefits to their next of fcin. Repeated demands for information about the men have met with no response from the Communists. Tihe list comprised 244 Army personnel, 190 Air Force, 13 Marines and 3 Navy. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Hawkins Stockyards Meat 1'ype Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.50 210 to 230 19.25 230 to 250 10.90 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Jaycees Hold Installation At Roth Park 25^-26%. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: (Large 45-48 Ibs: White 2WO; mixed colors 29-30. House Delays Its Vote On /*" "I IV Li Civil Rights Supporters of Measure Ask More than 100 members of the club, their wives, and guests attended the program. Awards were also presented to outstanding members of the organization for their service to club and community. Tom Crowe was presented with the "Key Man" award as the outstanding Jaycee. This award was voted by the entire membership. Jack Walls, retiring president, •received the state organization's award as the outstanding president in the state. Wesley Henry was honored as ,, .... A TV 1- A T n • vvcaiev ntriiiv was uuimicu as for Time As Debate Is Con- the ouLstaml j n g new Jaycee ot u, c tinned vear an( j Sylvia Ross, president By UNITED PRESS The House today agreed to another day's delay in bringing President Eisenhower's civil rights bill to a final vote next week, delay - was •by supporters rather than opponents of the bill. At the request of Rep. Em-anuel Celle-r (D-N.Y.), floor manager of the measure, the House agreed unanimously to call off its previously agreed-to Saturday session and to take next Wednesday ofif. This means tibe bill will be de- of the Jayettes, was presented with a certificate of appreciation tor the cooperation of that group throughout the year. The new officers installed and presented with pins in:lude: presi- 250 to 270 18.75; ibated today, Friday and Monday. 270 to 300 18.35 Sows .' 16.75'down Boars „ 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Ve«l 19.00 Popejoy Drescing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 •Husband Slated for Assault With Deadly Weapon by Police Charges of assault with a deadly weapon will be filed in Cass circuit court against Louis Webster; 60, of Dunkirk, as a result of Wednesday afternoon's wild spree near the west city limits. Police said Webster was armed with a loaded revolver and a knife and probably attempted to run over Mrs. Webster with the family car on 'road 24 near Wheat- SALE oP" trade: Extra nice land avenue, story suburban home inj Officers located him in the yard Third Street Market Veals 18 .,.. .16 V«al Hidei 12 Beef hides 04% Eggs .25 tually backers of the civil rights j awar< j s measure were seeking extra time j to try to sider a Southerners plan to offer. Macy, Ind. All modern, new au. tomatic oil furnace; fireplace; many built-in features; basement, utility room, draperies, living room rug, shades, TV tower, 2 car garage. Located on % acre of land, beautifully landscaped, peony garden and fruit trees.. Buildings. and equipment for broiler business including electrjc chicken picker, chicken house'starting battery and 2 finishing batteries up to 300 capacity, walkin electric cooler. Ideal location for retirement or semi- retired that wants additional income. Don't fail to look at this property before you buy. An unusual bargain for $9,250,00. Fansler Realty Co., 915 E. Ninth St., Rochester, Ind. Phone CA-3-2219; Res. CA-3-6204. Ralph Stepp, Res. CA-3-6239. 3-BEDROOM modern home, oil heat, full basement, garage, closed front and back porches. 1800 Smead. 5-ROOM house, year old, low down payment. George. See after 4:00. 2609 7-ROOM I'/z-story modern house with batli, built-in cabinets, furnace, garage, shed and chicken at 935 Wheatland avenue, after Joseph Davis, who lives at that address, had stopped Webster f-rom chasing his wife into the Davis home. According to the report, Webster tore his wife's clothing after failing in the attempt to run her down. The shot was fired at this point and in the struggle, he dropped the revolver. Webster admitted drinking "about IB cans of beer," but gave no logical explanation for the at- CH1CAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,000; weak to mostly 25 lower on butchers under 230 Ibs, weights over 230 Ibs 25 to mostly 50 lowre; instances more than 50 lower on weights over 250 Ibs; No. 2-3, 190-225 Ibs 20.25-20.75; few tots No. 3, 20.00; few lots mostly N'o. 1-2 these weights 20.75-20.85; 16 head lot No. 1, 200 Ibs sorted for weight and grade 21.00;. No. 2-3, 230-280 Ibs 19.25-20.25; few lots mostly No. 3 around 290-310 Ibs 18.75-19.00. Cattle 1,500, calves 200; generally steady on all classes; load high choice to tow prime 1200-Jlj fed steers 26.00; scattered sales good bo average choice steers 20.00- 23.7fi; package average bo high choice fed heifers 23.75; few good and low choice heifers 19.50-22.60; good and choice vealers 22,00-25.00. Sheep 500; not enough of any one class on hand to fully test prices; most sales old crop and spring lambs showing some weakness; slaughter cuIUto low good shorn lambs 13.00-19.50; few good and choice spring lambs 23.00-23.50. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry teady; 47,000 libs. USDA price changes: Ducklings 24. Oneese steady; single daisies and longhorns 38'/2-39; processed tack. He was also slated for public ; joaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; intoxication. 3 39-41; C 36-38. Butteir steady; 1,567,000 Ibs; 93 Turnpike Revenue Sets Record in May INDIANAPOLIS CUPl-May was the best month in financial returns since Indiana's east-west superhighway opened last fall, it was announced today. The Indiana Toll Road Commission announced toM collections totaled $642,461, more than $67,000 above the April figure, The average daily take of $20,724 in May was about $1,600 higher Bhan in the previous month. HUNT DEATH DRIVER SOUTH BEND (U!P)^Police to- house; one acre all fenced. For 1 day sought a hit-run driver who call 2432, Youngilaft Albert Taylor, 48, South Bend, information America. 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. Taylor's body early today about three feet from his parked automobile. Shattered pieces of the hit-run car's headlight were found on the top of Taylor's car. WANTED to buy on contract, modern 3 bedroom house, eastend, $2000 down. Write Box A-285, this newspaper. a. Houses 5-ROOM house, year old, low down payment. See after 4:00. 2609 George. IN MONTICELLO, 3 bdr. modern, top location, carport, gas hot water heal, wardrobes, built-in vanities. Merrill Wilson, 300 North ' St. Phone 3798. FOR SALE: Duplex, extra good buy. Phone 50425 before 1 p.m. NEW 4-room house with gas fur- nao». 511 13th Street. • FOR SALE by Administrator. Completely modern 3 rooms and bath apartment up, 3. rooms and bath apartment down, PHONE 3413 b. Lots ,EVEL BUILDING LOTS, east outside city. Contract terms. Merrill Wilson, Realtor. 300 North St. Phone 3798. BUILDING- lots, suburban and city, $25 down, $10 per month. Phone 4326. RESTRICTED 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 WANTED: 40 to 80 acres with good 5 room modern house and outbuildings. Will pay cash. Write Box A-277 this newspaper. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-3611L dead on U.S. IX) just west of the city limits. South Bend patrolmen found PERSONAL LOANS TOWN FINANCE CO. Over BazUy'i Mark*! • 410'/j E. Broadway IOOANSPORT, IND. Miont 2352 CASH FOR YOU and 92 score 39; score 55, score 56'A; Eggs steady; 13,400 cases; white large extras 29V4; mixed large extras 29; mediums 27; standard's 28; current receipts 26%. INDIANAPOUS LIVESTOCK IN'DIAiXAPOLIS ('UP) — Livestock: Hogs 9,000; uneven; 50-75 lower; 180-240 Ib 20.00-21.00; 240-270 Ib 19.25-20.00; 270-310 Ib 18.75-19.25; 160-180 lib. 18.00-20.00; 120-160 Ib 16.50-17.75, few 18.00. Cattle 400, calves 100; mostly fully steady; good and choice steers 22.00-22.50; good steers and heifers 20.50-21.50; vealers fully steady, good and choice 21.5024.50, few 25.00. Sheap 200; steady; good and choice spring lambs 21.00-23.50. MEW YORK'PRODUCE NEW YORK (UP) — Butter {Steady; receipts 440,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices: AA (93 score) 80'/i-60V4; A (92 score) 60- 60V<; B (90 score) 58V<-5BV4; C (89 score) 56-56%. Eggs firm; receipts 15,000 cases; wholesale selling prices: Minimum 10 per cent AA quality, includes nearbys: Large 48V4- 50 fts: White 31-33%; brown 32V4- FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Morit Smj.h, M|r. PhotM 3195 HELP WANTED--MALE Young man for G»n»ral Office work in retail branch, The Sherwin-Williamt Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement in many fields. Fringe benefits. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT Action on amendments will begin Tuesday. The Wednesday recess will follow, with further votes on amandiments starting Thursday. The announced reason for Me Wednesday day ofif was to give House members a chance to observe an international naval review in Hampton Roads, Va. Ac- president—Leo Weber; external vice-president—Bill Atkins; secretary—Frank To'bert; treasurer— Zane Sterrett; state directors— Bob Ross and Kenny Scott; anc board members—Jack Walls, Bil Hardy, Earl Palmer, Kenneth Graham, and John Beesley. Walls gave the' final report to the group on the past year's activities. The organization success fully completed 52 projects for the year, 19 of which were interna' to the club and 33 civic projects. The United Fund parade headec the list of 10 projects new to the club this year. The club, accord ing to Walls' report, has receivec two Indiana state orientation I one civic service . a civic service award and 10 mem ibers were presented with "Spark This amendment, which advo-j plag .. awar<ls> Walls repor ted. oates conceded seemed to bo gaan-1 ing ground, would require jury, trials for anyone cited for con-j tem-pt of court for violating court injunctions forbidding interference with one right to vote, Ordinarily, contempt oases are tried without juries. Other congressional news: Pauling: The Senate Internal Security subcommittee subpenaod the Nobel Prize winning chemist, Dr. Linus Carl Pauling, for questioning on "whether Communist organizations are behind" a petition Blood Total Below Quota Ninety pints of blood were collected Wednesday during the vis! of the Hed Cross Bloodmobile at the Baptist Temple. The figure is 37 pints below the 127-pint quota set for Cass county Officials blamed the sub-quota collection on "summer slump." - . . . - , A total of 113 persons reported he uiiti-ated calling for an end lO| during the day _ Fifty . had appoint HJbomb tests. _ Pauling will be, mcnts and the remaining - 63 were questioned behind closed doors unscheduled "walk-in" donors. Charge Union Operated By Dictatorship Senate Rackets Witness Tcs- t i f i e s Vicc-P resident of Bakery Union Dipped Inlo Funds WASHINGTON UP - A Bakery Workers Union official testified 'o- day that former Union Vice Provident George L. Stuart ran a "dic- atorship," dipping in!o union lino's and removing officers who objected to his rule. The witness, Anthony Coniorti, president of the union's big Local 1 in Chicago, told the Senate Rackets Committee he gave $6,750 to Stuart to organize workers of a cookie company. The company said in an affidavit lhai it was not aware any drive had been under way. Contort! also testified that $2,591 worth of union funds was used to buy camera equipment for Sluart in 1954. The Chicago union leader said lie did not protest this and other practices because "1 was afraid of my job." He said officials of local unions who disagreed with Stuart wcrs summarily removed. Stuart's action in firing (hem, he said, was backed up by William F. Schnilzler, then president of the international union. Schmtzlcr now is secretary-treasurer of the AFL- CIO. "In other words," said Chairman John L. McClellan (D-Ark.), "you wore under a dictatorship?" "Yes, sir," said Conforti. "The local members had nothing to do will) running the union," Me- Lellan continued, "the local officers were serving their masters, (he international officers. It was a national dictatorship." "Yes," Contort! agreed. Stuart was summoned to testify 1 later. He recently was exonerate by the international union's executive board of charges of misusing union funds. He laler resigned, saying his action had nothing to do will) the charges since he had ^planned to quit anyway. Monday and at a public hearing June 16. He has announced that 2,000 scientists signed the petition, dent of the American Public Power Assn., told a Senate Public Works subcommittee Congress should send the Tennessee Valley Authority into the private money market to finance its future expansion. He said revenue bonds offer the best long-range solution to TVA's financing problems. 8 May Cases For Coroner Coroner M. B. Stewart reported Thursday that there were eight coroner cases in May, bringing the total for the year to 31. Cases and reported causes of deaths were: May 1—Donald Graves, pneumonia, and cranium concussion. May 3—Frank Grief, self-administered dose of sleeping tablets. May 6—-Mrs. Mattie Sylvia Riffil, coronary thrombosis. May 11—Mrs. Fred Allen, skull fracture. May 3—David Willis RoHen, coronary occlusion. May 14—Charles Balsbough, internal hemorrhage from crushed chest. May 19—Floyd David Keever, coronary occlusion. An autopsy report is awaited in the death of infant Rickey Pslc Fry> son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fry, R. R. 1, Logansport. Although donations fell short yesterday, two persons were awarded two-gallon pins. They arc Allen Hildebrandt and W. Robert Honick. Fiv c received one-gaHon pins. They are: Clyde Carlson, Zane L. Sterett, Mary Confer, The Rev. William Wilson, and Mrs. Margaret Chancellor. Firms re-presented and the number of donors were: Pennsylvania club, 14; Market Street Methodist church, 4; RBM, 4; Mouhlhausen, 3; Calvary Presbyterian church, 3; Business and Professional Women's club, 3; Kiwanis, 2; Jaycees 2; Elks 2; Tri Kappa 2; Switches Inc. 2< and Broadway EUB church, 2. Several organizations had one representative. Dr. D. K. Winter is the local blood chairman. Bank Files $50,000 Building Application For Remodeling Job A $50,000 building permit application was filed Thursday with Robert Buck, city building commissioner, for exterior improvements on the Farmers Sc Merchants state bank structure, 419421 East Broadway. The Wolf Construction, which has the contract for the remodeling project, also received a permit to enclose • and remove the store front of the quarters, occu- Florida Boy Dies Locked in Icebox ORLANDO, Fla. (UP)—Police plan no charges against the owner of an ic« box in which a 10-year- old boy, hiding from his mother, suffocated Tuesday, authorities said Wednesday. Detectives said that Arthur B. Murphy violated no law by not having an inside catch on the ice box, because it was stored in a building—not in Hie open. The buy, Vance Lafayette Sat- terlhwaite, son of Mrs. Sarah L. Satlerthwaile, crawled into the ice box stored, in a garage after his mother had punished him. Humid Temperatures Prevail in Indiana By UNITED PRESS A preview of summer humidity hovered over Hoosierland today. Temperatures soared toward the 80s for the third consecutive day and the weatherman predicted Major Haines Heads Guard Major Foster D. Haines, of Delphi, son of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Haines of Logansport, executive officer of the local first batt.-ilinn, 2S)3rd infantry regiment of the In- diafla National Guard, hns been named to succeed Willis R. Sand as battalion commander, according to ttie announcement of Col. Stanley Meyer, commander of the regiment. Colonel Sand is retiring after more than 26 years of military service, including 20 years in the Guard. The battalion headquarters Is at the local armory. It has companies at Peru, Delphi, Monticello and Renssclaer as well as here. Major Haines served as an officer in the Pacific theater during World War H. He has appointed Major Raymond Wachs of HCHS- selasr as his executive officer; Capt. Lionel Billman of LoRims- port as the battalion operations and training officer; and Capt. Konncl.)] Cochrem of MonlJceUo, supply officer. Warn Excise Agent's To Start Cleanup INDIANAPOLIS (UP) _ Shite Ex-cise Cfiiof GeorRc Rinclt s;;id today he will fire some field agents unless a crackdown on gambling and IvootlegRing pays off. Rinck said he has ordered all 62 stale excise agents to a mc.'i-liiK here Monday to "lay down the He scheduled the meelin^ following reports of Rambling and illegal liquor sales drifted to his office. "I won't tolerate any Rambling or bootlegging," said Kindt. "We are going to make every effort to clean up Ihe state," Rinck said lie would Rive each agent "specific instructions." "Thon, if there still is any trouble.', we'll know what to do — fire them." Indiana Air Guard Camp Set June 15 INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Adjutant Gen. John McConncll announced Wednesday (hat about 1,500 Indiana Air National Guardsmen wiU scattered showers and thunder-; leave June ]5 for two weeks of storms from the far north to the training in high altitude gunnery deep south. Indianapolis reported a maximum reading of 84 Wednesday. pied by the Houk Me^handlse layette had «3, Evansville 82, shop. This cost was listed at $300. j ° ver . n " ffht , rcadln / s The new expanded bank exterior!" a hen and 1 will be of brick, marble and stainless steel. The Muehlhausen Spring division of Rockwell Spring and Axle corporation submitted a $30,000 application to erect a warehouse on the company property at the northwest corner of Bates and Garden streets. Evelyn Hufford, of 620 Parkway drive, plans to repair the front of an apartment building at 812 East Market street at a cost of $1,000. Personal Rev. and Mrs. Edgar F. Allen are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday at the Osteopathic hospital in South Bend. Rev. Allen is the pastor at the First Assembly of God church. . Bend ,, to 65 at Indianapolis and Evansville. Little temperature change was forecast for Friday, and (lie outlook for Saturday was "cool north, continued warm south" with more showers and thunderstorms. land fiiihler-lnlerceplor missions at Alpena, Mich. The airmen will travel by plane, convoy, train and auto. Units of (.he 1131h Fighter - Intercepts Squadron at Terre Haute and the I63rd Fighter-Interceptor Squadron at Fort Wayne wili rendezvous in massed formation over Lansing, Mich., enroutc to Alpena. Units will return to Indiana June 29. June SALE CALENDAR 6—Joe's Auction Tecl June 7. L. E. Grantham Weddirigton June 5—Stoney Pike Roller Rink Waldron June 8—Mrs. Roy Wilburn Case June 8—Roy E. Whiteman Bridge, Auct June 8—Stoney Pike Roller Rink Waldron June 8—Walter C. Landis Estate... .Rinehart & Sons Auct June 13—Drive-In Theater Waldron & Viney June 15—Mrs. Ella M. 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