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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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togansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* 11. rot SAU o. H«vMheid Good* AT' FOSTER'S 'SAVE $100.00 On This Brand New . 88-Piece 3 ROOM OUTFIT JUST RELEASED FROM STORAGE 9-Pc. Living Room Group Consist of • Davenport • Matching Chair • 2 End Tables • 1 Cocktail Table • 2 Table Lamps • 1 Wrought Iron Magazine Rack • 1 Wrought Iron Smoker 9-Pc. Bedroom Group Consists of Full size Bed Dresser Mirror Matching Chest Available < Springs MattresB 2 Vanity Lamps Dresser Set' 1 Pair Bed Pillowu 9-Pc. Breakfast Group Consists of • 5-Pc. Dinette Set • 64-Pc. Dinncrware Set • Utility Cabinet Here Is Your Opportunity to Acquire 3 Rooms of New Furniture for Only $366.00 TfflS MERCHANDISE IS SET UP IN OUH STORE KOK, YOUIl INSPECTION! THIS BALANCE CAN BE HANDLED FOE ONLY $5.00 PER WEKK FOSTER'S FURNITURE CO. "The Friendly Store" 412 E. Market Phone 3532 11. FOR SAU d. Poultry, Egyi, Baby Chix YOUNG caponettes, excellent for freezing. 25c per ..pound. Phone 8320 or Lucerne 2181. •. Seeds, Plant* GARDEN supplies, flower and vegetable dusts and sprays. Sprayers and dusters. Weed killers. King's Hatchery & Feed, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. MODERN EGG" WASHERS $29.95 HIZER HATCHERY, Grass Creek f. Wearing Apparel BARGAINS — BARGAINS Shop at the THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market. Sponsored by the women of the Calvary Presbyterian church. BRIDAL Gowns — Bridesmaid Dresses - Bridal. Veils. Head pieces, Flower Girl Dresses, Hoops & Crinolines. LACEY BRIDAL SHOP, 506 N. Union, Ko- V.omo GL 9-5871. h. Wanted to Buy WANT TO BUY-Used stoker for cash or will trade gun-type 'oil burner and tanks. Write Box A- 355, this newspaper. WANT housetrailer, pay cash. Write P. 0. Box 803, Marion, Ind. WE buy and trade shotguns and rifles. Bargain Center, 322 Third. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners. 324 • 4th, Phone 3610. i. For Sale or Trade 1957-50-ft., 3-bedroom housetrailer. 4 miles S.E. of, Logansport on State Hoad 35. Anoka Trailer Court. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT WHITE Rock- fryers. cerne 2208. Phone Lu- b. Fruits and Vegetables RED raspberries. Cal' 40974. Todd's. BED raspberries. Todd's. Call 40D74T BUTTICE Fruit Stand, W. Broadway on U. S. 24. Watermelon on ice and vegetables. COLD'watermelons, potatoes, bananas, raspberries. Sana Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. HOUMS 5-ROOM home, alL modern, gas heat, hardwood floors throughout. 701 West Broadway or Ph. 53447. 4 bedroom modern home. East Broadway. 7 room house, garage'attached. Double lot. South. 4 room house. Oil-heat. North. 6 rooms and bath. West. 4 rooms, not completed. North. 8 room duplex. East Broadway. 6 rooms, corner lot. East. Building lots. DOUGLAS MARTIN' or ' ROSCOE MARTIN Realtors 202 Fourth St. Phone 4567 b. Lots LOTS for sale on contract. Unger Addition, city. Phon e 56355. BUILDING sites, any size electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. e. Farm* WHY RENT? Own your own farm Mr. Tenant. Pay for a beautiiX farm with modern city home like rent on one hall milk check, immediate income. These farms, $4,000 to $12,000 down payment include cattle, feed and machinery. Johnson Realty, Myron Connecting Channels Of Seaway Project Tb Be Ready in 1961 WASHINGTON (UP) A longstanding drem of Midwesterners — ocean - going ships plying the Great Lakes is slated to become a reality in 19&1. Maj. Gen. Emerson C. Itschner, chie of Army Engineers, told a lunch meeting of St. Lawrence Seaway users Wednesday the so- called "connecting channels" Unk- ing the St. Lawrence waterway with the five Great Lakes are scheduled to be open to deep-draft shipping in four years. Deep draft navigation will be open as far as Detroit by 1960, he said. The complete project, providing both upixmnd and down- Total Crop Production May Be Lowest Since '51 WASHINGTON (UP) — A combination of adverse" weather, production controls, and the soil bank may cut the 1957 total crop' to its lowest level since 1951. The Agriculture Department said in the first production report for' the season. Uiat floods and excessive Tain damaged prospects for. corn, cotton,' soybeans, and other crops. TJie adverse weather Boy Gravely Hurt When Homemade Car Is Struck by Auto INDIANAPOLIS (UP) Jimmy Watson; 11, was injured critically Wednesday night when an automobile struck his homemade "car", powered by a lawn mower also forced harvesting delays re-j.motor. suiting in. reduced yields of many; Watson, son of James A. Wat- early ripening fall grains. But the report issued Wednesday said ."some improvement in 1 prospects is possible if favorable conditions predominate for growth, , bound channels or ocean - size ( maturity, and harvest" the rest of ships, is scheduled 'For completion in June of 1961. Between 1961 and 1963 deep draft shipping will use the upbound channels both ways, he said. The connecting channels, to cost more than 100 million-dollars, are being deepended by the U.S. gov- ernmenl as a project .separatp from the main seaway job. The United States and Canada have split up the seaway construction in the SI. Lawrence River itself. That work' will be completed, by mid-l£59 and be paid off in 50 author of a recently passed bill to years by tolls charged shippers. the season, "Soil moisture has been abundant to excessive over much larger areas than last year," it pointed out. "This abundance could cut; later losses from drought and heat, Irrigation water supplies are best in recent years." Soil Bunk Cuts This comment seemed to Indicate Agriculture Department officials believe this year's total crop could be, larger than the report estimated! The report, based on July 1 prospects 1 , said total farm output could drop to 16 per cent below last season. allow the seaway corporation to Wcpfer," rep,, Abbotsford, wls. i increase its borrowing by 35 mil(Phone Abbotsford 25-F-31.) 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek, $20,000 Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13lh. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. d. Lake Cottages FOR SALE: Shulte Lake, private, natural, on 84-acre improved 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Year 'round, 2-bcd- room Hcml-modern home on Lake Monitou. Built in 185(1. Complete- ,ly furnished, concrete »ea wall, screen/) and aluminum combination storm and fjcre.cn doors, attractive and reasonably priced at $7,500.00. Pannier Realty Co., 915 E. Ninth St., Rochester, Ind. Phone CA-3-221U; lien. CA-3-B2M. KOnT'SALE"OR TRADK:' Nice collage on Tlppecanne river, mcd- ern except heat, completely f|..r- nfchud, electric stove:, refrlijur- ator, water heater and pump, concrete walk and «lep» to water c(J«e. Lucallon include/! 3 river front lot«. MUKL be seen to be appreciated. Fan/tier Realty Co., 1)15 K. Ninth St., Rochester. Ind. Phone CA-3-2211); Ren. CA-MI204, a. Houses b. Mhc*llan*om CLEARANCE Priced a« low a/i $- r ;.W) down, $1.75 a week. Flrentono Store, Third and Kel Kivcr. i'ho'no 3M2. _ __ IK modern houxetraller, roamn- nblc. Ono mllo north Calve/tton •en Cemetery Roud, after (i p.m. Lynn Slneu. TENT FOR KALK 40 ft. by 3d ft. Llko now. Coiit »5W. Will ««ll fur *2»tt, K-7 3-ton UUMP T.UUCK 5-yard new body. (!,«» miles on motor, 9.00 tlren. Coiil $5'jO<>, «ell for »2000. 3-h.p, ELKC'THIC MOTOIl. $K» EARL JENNINGS, Inc. Phone 1HH-W Country Club HclKhl*. Montlcullo, Ind. Luke (lumen uml Colta^o , Ken tu IB rKUUEE fc SMITH Mobllu Home B»lc», Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-32»3 or TW -3-2075, 'A ml. 8. Akron. Buy, sell or trade, 2 ml, N. W on U 8. 3&, Maple Spring*, TAJU'S, tentfi, cunvumi waterproofed boat covern, coin anil nlr inatlrcnnen sit tho l!ar«nln G'untw, 322 Third. 727 Iflth Kt, 4 bcdrm. mod. 1'/i batlm. Hullt-lnd, Oil furnucu. Oar. Fruit lrec». $7,MO. 425 Whoatland. 7 rrn, mod. In. lot. Hath, Coal furnace. $7,. r .OD, 021! front SI. .'! bcdrm. mod Uuth. New coal furnace. $5,"iOO. 23(1 W. M!;irnl. 7 rm, rntxl. vacant, to ucttlu ciitate, $4,iX)ll. Royal Oniilcr, Cor. Grunt and South Sin. 0 biidrm. mod, IK, nrm. Hiilh. Coal furnace. 4 In, loin. $'l),MO. Delphi, 1 mllo cunt on old Camdon rd, located on Dear Crevk, 5 rm, mod, cxctitH furwica. Hani, Chicken lioimii, II»K houiiB, b'prlng water. Ovor (l ucrefi. $11,D(X). II, I'IRVIN IIARNKIl, lleullor Kill lial(!H St. Phono 471(1 FOR HA1,K by owner In I'cru, 3 bcdroiirn home, full buiiuimmt Muvinx I" Nuw Orfcanx, l.,a., Kri- day, July 12. 1'h. Peru tricycle, $n. 1'hone 117(12, KNT'r"iBJf2i>r~Kwod"' for 118, Trailer Court, Water ^t ACCORDIONS, riiimonnblo prlcon, eimy tt-rrnn, Gullo'ti Accordion llcadquurtcirn, 705 12th. T1IK new nmall plnycr planou an: •U (fond, hut w« have more on the way. Meanwhile we have an- othor ««(>(J buy In a reconditioned uned HpinoL at only >;i!)!J.oo. Low monthly termn, Htrango Munlc Houn« at Marocco'ti, IS I 1C, Broadway. newURLIT2;Kri""piano or or«an, your choice from variety of flnlnhiw. Gel ten FHKIC lemon*, If you decide to koop It, nil renln) nnd delivery charncn •rt ervdttcd to (he pua-iiHKf price. Myxrnnt Iloun* o( Music, >2I £*»t Ultra mod. country liumc IncnU eil ciuil of Twelve Mllu oii.roiiUi III, liullt In I Dill), linn u rrriH,, :i lialliH. llulll-lnn. All oak hilw, flrn, DGcnratciJ. Ktoiim heat. ISxIII Kritunhouiio. Tool iihuil. Cnrjiorl, l.andiicapod, ;i aorwi (<f Ki'ound. Would cont o^ci' $311,000 to build at Uidtiy'g (jrlcun, $17,- WJO, II. KHVIN I1AHNKR, Uwiltor li^lll l)Htc« SI. i'hono 471(1 FOR KALK-Nlcc 5-roo'rrt cotta«i!, iiiNulalcd, liKliln and walitr, on (Jukl/jnd Avuriuo, Hall 11037. NKW himicfi nnd iiariiiji!ii, I'fiA tormn, Walton aui«, NKW 4-rooni IIOUBO, furnaci). fill l.'ith Slrcul, avallabio on V A. lomin at Tl't down Dial 2307 WJIMiTmi, your Kain," ,'1-bcdrofiin h»u«o, year old. Owner . buliiK truniiforrod. 2(101 Sladlurn- Drive, LbvisIv'a-BUDHOOM HOMES " Low, low, IUHD than rent. FIIA t«nn«. ,1/tiinec/lnt Down payment a» low aa Cull- LOOAN HOMKS, Inc. Ph. 41)17 OWNKU trmmfoiTwl, rcilucnd for quick nalo,' K««d Invomu properly, 1140 live month, 12-ruom brick duplex, ;i budroornii wich apart- menl, wan $1U,IKX), now only W,7fi(). »nioo down. Contract tormti. SOD It anyllme, Ml K«l Jllvor Avunuo. farm. Terms, saw, Ind. W. Grow, War- FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FfNANCE COMPANY Marl* Srmih, Mgr. Phen« 11H Rep. John A. Blatnik (D-Mlnn.).l Th e bastc crops of wheat, corn, author o a recently passed bill to c ,f , ton ' P° a " uts < nce and ,, ' obacco still are under acreage allotments and marketing quotas, which undoubtedly will cut production some, although not much, because of the increase in acreage yields. Aside from the weather, some reduction will result from the 600- million-dollar soil bank^ program under which farmers are paid not to produce certain crops. Soil bnnk lands total W million acres, although the total crop acreage of 333 million Acres for this year is only i'3 million acres below that of last year. ' The • department predicted there would be lower production of lion dollars to total 140 million dollars, also spoke at the lunch. Blatnik said he was unhappy about charges being added onto the seaway. He predicted that Congress will "lake a pretty good look ai all these charges." N. R. Daniellan, president of the Great Lakcs-St. Lawrence A.ssn,, said if the seaway is not completed as a low cost shipping facility "it Is not going to deliver all the promises made with regard to it," He said Congress will have to find ways to deal with possible wheat, rice, tobacco, flax- deficits in the first years to sea- f ccd ' bet "*< and peaa. It forecast way' operation, Danielipn said i Creased protluclion of .oats, bar- ihnre should be nothing done to *• £*•***• •'***?*• son, former member of the Marion County Alcoholic Beverage Board, was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital with a possible skull fracture, Watson made the vehicle for his son. Larry Valant, 18, driver of the automobile, said the boy drove from a hedge-concealed driveway into IHe path 'of his car. Sheriff Robert .O.'Neal said the boy had been warned repeatedly to keep the vehicle off the streets. "These homemade cars with gasoline motors, no matter how small, arc motor vehicles,'.' O'Neal said. "They need license plates, registration and insurance as do all other cars. And tiheir drivers need driver's licenses to operate them on the streets," Twenty-Four More Counties Compile Farm Crop Damage INDIANAPOLIS (UP),— Following are additional .statistics on crop acreage lost in ndiana from floods and excessive water, as compiled by the Indiana Agricultural Sfablizaliion and Conservation Committee from local survey reports: S«y-. .Smiill Corn beans Grain 9,000 4,500 1,000 . 0,375 2,200 905 48,000 30,000 12,000 5,000 4,500 1,400 11,000 (100 3,000 65,000 25,000 JO.OOO r,,(XX) s,(K>0 32,000 25,(»0 11,520 2,750 2,(100 800 PERSONAL LOANS TOWN FINANCE CO. Ovtr BaiUy'i Marktt 410'/i E. Broadway tOOANSrORT, IND. Mian* 3212 CASH FOR YOU "kid the people into believing that everything is all right" with the seaway. MAN SHOCKED FATALLY ANDERSON I UP) — Harry Ganger, 48, Elkliart, died tills morning at St. John's Hospital here. Ganger an employee of a pointing contractor, was Injured when he touched a 12,000-voll ulec- (ricai wire, while working on an Indiana-Michigan Kle-drlc Co.,.mb- stullon In Alexandria ..!!? ^. c '»' n -«»!! ! Sd^.;^. w,iu basis for the German republic Iformed uflor World War I. Latocs, sugarcane, suganbeels, and; hops. Sentence Suspended On Support Charge Fred Slraxxer, route 4, was fined $1 and given JO diiyH In jail Thursday on o chai-Rc of failure lo provide for Lhc support of his family, Ihen Municipal Judne l-Iarnld Tu- bcrty Kutipenrluil Die sonlenco whun Slrusscr agreed U> snpporl his 2 your old HOD. Complaint nKulr.Kl. Slimier wus filed .luly » by Joan Slrasncr, the HELP WANTED--MALE Young mon for General Offlc* work' In 'retail branch, The Sherwin-Willlami Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement In many fielcli, Fringe benefit*. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT INVENTORY Reduction Sale on Used Trucks 2—1955 INTERNATIONAL"R 195" Tractor, air brakes, A-1 condition. 1—1954 INTERNATIONAL "R 195" Tractor, air brakes, 2-speed axle, A-l condition. 1—1953 FORD "F 800" Tractor, 2-speed axle, air brakes. 1—1950 INTERNATIONAL"!. 180" Tractor, motor one year old. 1—1955 CHEVROLET lV 2 -ton'Cab Forward Truck, new tires, A-l condition. 1—1952 INTERNATIONAL "L 152" 1 Vi'-tcn Truck with van body. 1—1952 CHEVROLET 3 /4-ton Pickup. 1_1949STUDEBAKER 3/ 4 -ron Pickup. 1—1948 INTERNATIONAL 3/4-ton Pickup. ALL USED TRUCKS PRICED TO SELL! JACKSON- KITCHEL 510 High Street c Phone 3085 In other court nclinn Thursduy, Melon Hallyur, While Oily, was fined $JO on a charge of Vugruncy. ,lud«c Tnberly set for trial July IB a charge n;<uinsl. lionnle L, An- ilcrKon, \'M Klounno street, of following u molnr vehicle loo cloHely. Set for trial also July 1(1 wun the CUHO uyalnsl Rtiymond Kllloll, HOI) Seventh stroel., of driving while under Ihu Inrliienuu of intoxicating llquorn. / Ray Crowe Switches To Athletic Director JiND.'ANAI'OMS UP — Easy- KoliiK Ittiy Crowe who buill iniil- nnapolljj Alluelts Into n hl({h Nehool bu.skelbull powurhouso, Lo.dny nwappL'd Ihe premium of cniiehliiM for the ntliletle director poul ul HIB ull-NtiKi'o school. Tlio 4K-y«ur-olil tormor Indliinn Ciinlml Cullo(j« nl.ur who led Hie FlyltiX Tl(!«r« to consucullvc nliitu In 10."." nnd 1MB, Including (in «)l-l.im« fitcord win- sti'viik, nnnoiinced hl/t rollri!- ment ut a Hchoal board ineelln^ Tin'.idny nl«hl. lie will bo siicci.'edod by Mill OiHToll, tormor Imlliinn harilwniKl urn who led .Sli«lbyvlllii to tin: dlnlo crown In J.1M7, Young Democrats To rytaej- Tonight Don Gulbrcath nf Wliinmiic, din- Irlel. pronldaiil,, will bq i'n elini'Ki.' of n Hecond dlslrlpl, inualliiK »f •VoiinK f)t>intmrnln In (HI Iwld nl 7:30 o'clock Thumduy i:vi!iilni{ In Knlrvlow pnrli. Tliii Ciiim county Yuiinx Doino- cnitii, liondod by KIIKCIIII Miuinhiin, will l)o lioiild for iho muolliiK. I'lrtns will bo inmlo to npoimor u cnndl- date for Hliild ofllen nl tlm ntnti; j ci)rivuil|.liill iifUllu nrxiiill/.illlon In bit linlrl July 2(1 nnd 2V ul Jnill- iinnpiilli), County Adams ' Bartholomew Boone Clinton . Daviess Gibson Harrison Mendricks Howard J-ny Jcurson Lawrence Mndi'son Orange Owen Parkb Perry Putnam Scott. Shelby Tlppotunoe Tlpion Vnmlonburgh Vi«o Thursday Evening, July II, 1WF. WHAT'S WITH THE SUN? SPOTS SUNSfOT JETS CAUSE IONOSPHERE TO SOAK UP RADIO WAVIS HERE'S HOW King Foaturos Syndicate aKtlst John Woltur oxplnlns tlm giant explosions—aimspola—with which Old Sol In RTt'ClInK Internationa! Geopliy.'iicul Yenr. Tlia jets cnn.icd the lanonphrr* to sottlc up ihort-wuvo radio waves. (JiitenialionuiSowidp/ioloJ 23,000 W),«M 5,300 [ J.7,000 .'100 OSO .5,OW 2,(KK) 1,500 10,000 4,000 2,000 «,000. 5,000 2,500 1,500 15,0005,000 2,000 «,•!<» .1,500 (1,000 111,000 5,000 2,000 .1,500 1,000 2,000 M.OOO 8,000 2,500 9,000 2,000 2,000 050 ,WO 200 2,500 1,000 1,000 20,000 9,000 J,000 Urges Longer School Year More efficient use shoiiU be 4,500 • mndo of the school buildings Attacks Indictment Of American Editors SAN KUAN-CISCO (UP) — Chairman John E. Moss of the House Government Inforniutlon Kiibcom- nillloo told Lliu mitlon'd nowoptupcr editors today they have boon 'Indicted without ovldonco" In roporlo of two government commissions. The California Democi'nl auld In n rfpt'iich prepared for tho Amorl- cnn Society of Nownpnper Edll.ors convention Ihnl thcro >>"n» boon "nn Lilimrilng increase In drastic pro- poanlii to rcHlrUil" Kovernmunl Infiiivnnllnn. lie cited rceommendnllons trmdo by ihu no-culled Cmilldgc Commit- lee, which studied Dofonnu Dupurl- ;ncnl imws p n I I c I o n, nnd till! Wright CoiHmJx/doi), which «ur- v«yed xovurnmunil security pro- Xnnsporl alrontly has, Circuit Judtfe Clifford Wild told members of Ihe Totislmnsltirs cltil) In n dl«- cussiim of the classroom »h»rlai;e problem Wednesday night nt Ihe Y.M.C.A. There Is no more reason for Ihe schools to stand idle during the Hummer months I him for any other Khrushchev Blasts President's Remarks On "Clean" H-Bomb PRAOUK (UPt—Soviet Commit- nist Pnrly chief; N'ikitn Khrushchev I'lllnckcr President Risonhom-r Inday for spenking "stupidities" about a "clean" H-bomb. "How can then 1 be clean bomlw for dirty things?" lie asked. Khrushchev nlso Willed tlml h» will meiit nuain soon willi Yugo- sbvin's President Tilfl, one of |lm lenders of Ihe policy of "independent socialism" fi'cu from Moscow public buildings, ho nsserled. Ho Control pointed mil Uml the University of[ Thc |', ur]y Khrushchev. In nn off- Chlcn«o wns n pioneer in UK- 12- iho-cuff spm-h al. Ibi. "Slalingrad" months Hehnnl program e.sdiblisli- Ing h four-qmirter system. "Mnny lencbors take .'iinnnior jobs, Why should Ihe.y not he employed during Ihnl tlini 1 , Insleml, in the profession for which (hoy have been eclucnled'.'" ,luc!g« Wild 1I« rccnllod Ilinl the. sHiuol ye»r ill. nnu llmu.wnK only five nionlhs in length. It WIIH Icnulhotied first lo (dx months, tlien to oluhl months nnd finally In nlm', while in sonic plnu.es Ihi! school yenr preHenlly IK ten monlliK. ini'lnl works here iliirliiR Ihe nir- rent visit to C/.c".'hosl<iV!ikia by ^ilin and Sin'lci Premier Nilioljil HulKimin. al»i promlsiMl Ihe Snvir! bloc oulsiiic Iliissin lhal "we wnn'1 crlllcizi 1 you if you don't crillci/.n us." On Dip 11-bomb. be wax crHicnl of I'ri'sidcnl Klscnh'iwi'r's slnlc- nii'ni l.'i.sl w('i:k (hut Aincriivm scKMitlsIs linpK lo m-rf'piM mi U bomb fri'i' fraiii rudionrlivi* fall- Din danKi'iv. "K'.sonliowi'r In n man o[ pnn- 'l|)li> nnd lnl('Ki-jly bill, look whnr. OUiers will) jjnv« |jilh.<i al Iliri sliipiilil.'ra lie miys wlron lie s|i<Mk« eetliiK of Ihe Tinisliiinsli'i-.s wcM-«l,,r ,, ,.|,.|,|, h y i.l r o K IMI bomb," John Beesley nnd Wiiltrr A. flnin mel, Sr. President. W. (/'. Holmes fluid n pknlc nl. Dyltemnn pnrk on July '):>. will In: Ihu llnnl meullnjj of Iho uronp for lli« mimnier. The CunlldKo Coininlllco pro-! polled Hint reportiii'S/bo summoned j D gnind JlirliM to illnclnxu lliel "Iwiiis. 1 Fiord nource of Scully Allen,, Son »f Mr. . The Wrl«lit Commission reunni- C'-'turm.xl ^i Klura^wlll^lil.s .............. "" ....... ' niundcd mnkltiK ll u . crime In classified Kovcriniiunl In- /nrni/itlon. Death and Funerals mmf-w ' Fiiiiur.'d. H«rvl|;«n fni 1 Mnrlln Biii'iiit, in, WITU t:umliii:li!d Thurs- dny iniil'iilnx al HI, Ann's iiliurch In Kowamxi with Ihu Kmunnr nmi'- Liinry In ciwii'Ki!. Iliirlnl wun iniiil In SI, Ann's cairuilury. WKSKIt J''l))fl) rllou -tur C'liHl'leH Kdwln Wunor, 75, 1117 Kl«lilli strent, will hi! condiicl.ud nt 10:30 n.rn. Sul- urilny nl Iho McClimkoy-lluinlllim chnpol will) Ihi: Rev. Raymond Ki'liuM ul!\KlnlliiK, UDflii) will bo Hindu In Crown Hill cumoliiry ut Kok'jinn. Fi'londit mny cull nl. the chnpill wlioro thii Kokninn Fi'ldny, will conduct rllcn nl, II p.m, Sir Priincln Urako donli'nynil tho Sjia/iMi Annndn n«ur lint liYuiinh purl nf Griivullimn on AII«. 11, JSWI, wnn Ihu 1,'lh slnli; ml- mlK.ud In ihu Unliid; T('iin«««eo Ihu Hllli, CHRYSLER CORPORATION'S Torque-Flite Transmission Plant •/ Locolnd al Kokomo, Indiana hat lmm«d(cif* opuningi for TIME STUDY MEN MACHINE REPAIR MEN TOOL MAKERS Steady •mptofm»nl l \n fln» community wl»h GOOD PAY, IXCBUINT WORKWO CONDITIONS, MODfHN MCKrriB, rius OTHBH CHHYSIH BMM.OYK nut- PITS. Employment offlc* op«n I o'clock a. m, to 4 o'clock o. m,. (D.S.T.), Monday throueh Friday, 3301 S. MliD ROAD (U. 5. Mood 31 By paw) Koiiomo, Indiana • |)/iron!«, Mr, find Mfx. U»K« Allen, fullnwIiiK n fnw ilnys' vbil nf Ihi' local peoplu In Iholr KOD'K hiiinc. Ml.id Mnry (.'IIMIIIIIIK him lu'rn ndinilli'il lo Mi:iiiorliil lioi.pll.al In liOKfiiijinvi'l, MI'H. Uoherl Dciiililn canlimii'S In linprovt! nl. Inii 1 IHHIKI hore', Iriini ninjor .sut'KHry iinditrKnnr ,'il SI. .loKcph'H liDHpllnl In Koluiii.n. A oiio o'clock liiiifli<!i/n Khr.isl'i'Uv said. "How onn be I'li-nn bombs for illrty things? llomhs nn'Mii whnlosiilo nnnihiln- linn of rliildivn «nd ivwin'ii. Denies Retirement Benefits to License Managers and Staff INDIANAPOLIS HIP)—Imllnim A My. (ii 1 !), 1','iKvln Sli'ci'.i ndwl (<r- dny Ihnl. 1117 sluli- nulo HCCIIHI' brnncli ninniiHi-r.i tind nhnul :w> In 400 o Ihclr cinploy™ nrc ex- I'lndi'd from pnrlk'IpiiiliiK In .tlnl« ri'llri>ni(*nl bi'iiclllw. SU'i'i'H mi.'iwi'i cil it nHcxIiim IxmiMl by SI Mr Motor Vrhli'lrs (•oinniln.'iioiH'r Hohorl. McMnlinn Will) Nlllll II 11157 Nlllll' lllW lIl'.'UK- imlcil Uml tar iimtpow* of (he ID nii'i'lliiK ol Ihu Mnnror luwn- j Public Kmployi'.i ItiMlrcniciH Fund II, I), club, hull! Tnc'.'.dny nl tho Kloi'ii llbrnry, MoiidnmrM l.oc.-kc ('i)ok, Wnyne l/nngston unit .Murk (i/irrl.'Kin w(i('(.' hoflLe/iMtN. .Mrs. (lien lloitlh, pri'iililenl, wtis hi ehnrge ol 1 the nii'ulliiK. Dijviilloiw were offered by Mrs, Tom Scring, Mrs. Hubert Konw reporli.xl un (lie conn- ly txiunall imwlliiK iiml Mm Jniwn Tliiimjinon iiiilllneil the Indlnnn llomu lOuunoniles Conlerenee belli nt I'tirdiKs The I'Mora II. I), rluli incl nl Ihe llbnicy TiMWil/iy n'Ktil W'Uli Mm, Murk Curler nerving us presldi-nl pro IPIII, In Un; /ibM'neij of Hie preiildunl. The eiinimllliie. enmiiiin- ed of Mendiiinen I'linrl (Jllberl, 'I'lioiiiiwon mill Wnllcr Mlldn-ll, Hiji'vud ruFi'enhiili.'iiIni Mr«, Chnrli'S Iliirlnn, I'ltiienlliinnl leiKler of Ihe Inonl Iliiln '(.'belli Chi iiiirorll.y WIIN lino "I two pernmis In ri.'CDlvu » i.'h/ii'i',) lor her sorority pin, in ntuoijiillloii lor nurorHy TwiMlly-flvi! women unil Iliree cblldrnn nllendeil t!n< Client. Nlijlil of Die Jliwie I'lndiinvor II,!), ciiib huld 'J'nimdiiy iiUht. In the hoinn nl Mm. ('hni'lim (illimin. Mr«. Hoy t'rlllN, pcunldnni, prenidiid nnd giive M report on Un: II, U, nicHliii held nl Fiiriliie. Ainorlcnnltii)) wua nlrcx- xivl nl I In- Tiinsilny ijiilliDt'liig. Mrn, Uio llceiiNi' HiniuiKcrii 'nod IMII- ployi>B wen- not lo he cuni.iili«r(>il n.'i uliili! KinplnycN, ,SI<;<')',H «!«<> mind llinl MiMli/iKxi .1 lire wwliMli'd from li'drnil sitelnl srciirlly b<'iiellH iind Uml II I.H up lO Illl' flMll'I'lll K'lVIM'I.IIIIMll. Ul l|e whi'llu'i their ex< p liidcd. nm|>l<iyc.i Personal Hrv, nnil Mrn. .luck Ciimhlll. 15 lilrlmrdvllli' Hli'ri-l, i-lly, lire Die pmTillH ol n diniKhler born Wed- neiidny InoniliiK nl Ni«w Cimlle, In- CMAIH'I'AIII.K (1ICHTUHKH lli)l.l,VW»01) i 111') ._ shnpi'ly •Irc.'iii Jiinu I'.lnlr looli idnioiil /I'l'yU)!)'^ ol/ w))en flhr r/iUed $10,000 IIH- ehnrlly by dnln« « ;ll]'l|)-leli!ic. Hut the Ilihl HIHTI"*. fill bidder Iind In wiill. until nlm i'i.'liirneil from lmr dren'ilng room /silly elolbcil Iwl'or* |i« (,-wild ™l- luel. hi-]' Hlklnl. Wiillnr Alifii «;ive » book Vcvlcw. Mesdnmex l,eroy Sehnleb, .l«rk Knllon nnd Klbi'H Smith were In dini'lt" of Ilic Mielnl hour. Tim M u s d n m i* x (ilbiinn, ;, JJuyiJ '/'/'mil AIM] Nf/il Kluni, relreni,ini'iiiti, SALE CALENDAR July 12—.loo's Auulfori .,.,, Ted July I.')—Cn;««y 'lluitnittt MHVCJIK, Kid Hoy Criiini- July 13—Hoim Myoni Kul 'Wnldnm July 17—Dr. T))«m/i.i L, CuofX-r Kalnle ...'...,Tiv.'l, And.. July 20—Pnul C. Liuibuni, Kulnlo '1'liontpxon, Aucl. July ao—Mrit. Ulnnchc Northcutt Knl KliK'hmM. K/. Sotix, And,. July 27—Mm. Lmiim; Burnellc ., Jllric-hnri. id SOUK, Aucls. July 27—-Annn Oliiinl,t:d Kulnlo lloiiHcliold j^ood O. A MonoHinllli, Aurt. .'i—Dr. CurUr £st«t* Uinch»rl & SonN. AucU.

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