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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 10, 1957
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RTonday Evening, June 10, 19J7. 13. REAL ESTATE 6-ROOM house, year old, low down payment. See after 4:00. 2609 George. School's out, Summer's in! Now is the time for house hunting. Spic 'n Span is this 3 bedroom home. Youngstown kitchen, carpet and drapes in living room. Shower in basement, new oil furnace. Really nice landscaped lot. Might consider land contract. Need Possession? You can have it here. 3 bedroom all modern, new bath, new gas furnace. Let me show you this moderate priced roomy home. Highland Ave. Story and a half 3 bedroom all modern, auto, gas heat, full basement, poured concrete walls. Ideal for recreation rpom. Nice treed 70' lot. Early possession. Rambler 3 bedroom all modern, almost new, very roomy. Large utility room, screened breezeway, attached garage, 100x150 lot. Priced at only $9,000. Burlington Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, nice large kitchen, garage. Owner moving. Will make a good deal. Spear St. 2 apartment home, corner location. New stoker. Let the ren help you pay for it. Owner will consider trade or land contract Otto Hilbert ' REALTOR 1436 Glifton Ave. Phone 2G8<1 13. REAL ESTATE MODERN home, good location, income. Helen Butler, Royal Center. Ph. 3715. MEW 4-room house with gas furnace. 511 13th Street. FOR SALE or trade: Extra nice 1V4 story suburban home in Macy, Ind. All modern, new automatic oil furnace; fireplace; many built-in features; basement, utility room, draperies, llv- .ing 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 electric chicken picker, chicken house starting battery and 2 finishing batteries up to 300 capacity, walkin electric cooler, idea: 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. 5-ROOM house, year old, low down payment. George. See after 4:00. 2609 b. Lots LOTS for sale. East. 6929. FOR SALE: 10Q'x200' developed building lot in Indian Meadows Ph. 5G7C5. BUILDING lots, suburban and city, $25 down, $10 per month Phone 4326. c. Farms 10 ACRE farm near Grass Creek $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. Miscount of Vote Could Topple Zoli ROME (UP)—A parliamentary committee met today to check a apparent confidence vole miscoun which could topple Premier Adon and force Italy into prematur general elections. A Ifi-man committee of th Chamber of Deputies will make form.al recount of Friday's conf: dence vote which endorsed Zoli a premier. The committee will an nounce its findings Tuesday. Authoritative .sources said th recount would show two deputie were recorded as abstaining who they actually voted against Zoli i the confidence lest. WILL VISIT ENGLAND • COPENHAGEN, Denmark (UP —Queen Ingrid and her I h r e daughters will fly to England on private visit next week. It wa understood that the Queen wants to find an English school for her second daughter, Benedikte, 13. Latest Market Reports MORE GOOD TIMES Personal income of Americans hits best first quarter ever. nit'« 'H 'n 'n 'a >i'«'«'«'«'si 'a'»'si SIAS. ADJ. AT ANNUAL Data! U. I, D»pl. of Comment Morril Kafai loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B 39-41; C 36-38. Butter steady; 1,873,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 56%; 90 score 55. Eggs steady; 21,100 cases; white large and mixed large extras 29. %; mediums 27; standards 28; current receipts 26%. Deaths and Funerals Producers Stockyards .90 to 230 No. 1 20.50 90 to 210 20.00 210 to 230 19.75 ,30 to 250 19.25 250 to 270 19.00 270 to 300 1B.B5 Sows 16.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 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 10.60 Sows ....'. 16.75 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Two Airmen Meted Terms PERU—Two airmen from the Bunker Hill Air Force Base were given prison sentences Monday morning in Miami circuit court by Judge Henry S. Bailey. They were S/Sgt. Bill Gilllland, 19, Detroit, who received a one-to:en year sentence of a charge of ssuing a fraudulent check, and James Menshew, 18, Alabama, a six-month sentence at the state farm on a charge of false pretense The pair was arrested last week ;rying to pass a check at the Wa- aash Valley Trust Co., for $64, I was made payable to Gilleland anc was signed by Menshew. The Dank clerk became suspicious anc :hecked on an account, When the clerk returned the pair had gone They had also given a check to Paul Bahney for $37. The check was given by Gilleland made payable to Menshew and drawn on the Wabash Valley Trust Co. Bahney said the check was for groceries and he gave Gilleland the balance in cash. They had been in Miami county jail under bonds of $1000. . Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens V. Heavy Hens -.13 GUST Fisal rites for Mrs. Carrie (Enyart) Gust, 78, 26 East Linden, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Chase-Miller chapel with the ' Rev. Raymond Echols officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. The GAR will- conduct rites there at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Friends may call at the chapel. EMERY Final rites for Mrs. Josephine Emery, 43, route 3, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Fisher chapel with the Rev. Paul Grant officiating. Burial will be made in the Blue Ball cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. FITZGERALD Final rites for Dr. Hugh Fitzgerald, 59, 106 W. Miami avenue, will be conducted at 9 a. m. Thurs day at St. Bridget's church with the Rev. Fr. .Francis Meehan of ficiating. Burial will be made in St. .Vincent's cemetery. Friends may call at the Kroeger chapel af ter 7 p. m. Tuesday. The Holy Name Society and the Knights o Columbus will conduct rites there at 8 p. m. Wednesday and the Fourth Degree Knights of Colum bus will stand guard from 7 to £ p. m. Hatchets Beat New Waverly in Opener Washington Township oai from behind to beat New Wavor- Veals -18 ly in a Cass county summer base- Lambs -^Iball league opener, 12 to 8, Sunday at the Hatchets' diamond. The Wildcats scored seven times _\ Uie third, but Washington pecked away at the margin and Finally went ahead with four runs in the fifth. Fiedler's triple was t!>e longest blow of the game. Third Street Market Veal Hides 12 Beef hides • M'A Eggs , 35 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens «.. .11 Heavy Hens 13 MIDWEST HOMES We specialize in building your favorite plan from any source. Free blueprints provided. Scu our now display home, or write and salesman will call. MIDWEST HOMES, Merle Pleckur, Dealer, Box 109, Display homes % mi. north of Noblesville, Ind. Phone 934. OWNER leaving state; priced right, 4 bedroom modern house, lots of extras. Phone 50128. LOVELY new spacious ultra-modern Lake Shafer home, 130' frontage on lake in most desirable location. 5 miles north of Monticello on 2.9 west drive. .$23,500 cash or contract with low down payment. Walter Wolever, route 1, Monticello, Ind. S-BfclDKOOM modern home, oil heat, full basement, garage, closed front and back porches. 1809 Emead. FOR SALE 1200 N. Third St. Brick house on corner lot, can be used as 3 or 4 bedroom home. Two story, 5 rooms and bath clown, nice apartment up with 4 rooms, bath and private entrance. Stoker heat, automatic hot water, double garage. Immediate possession. WALTER MAYII1LL ESTATE Call 56738 or 7457 HOMES (3 Bedrooms) GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground. Get my prices first and let me show you how to save 50% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phone 21466 1022 East Broadway END OF SEASON Power Mower Sale! CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,500; generally steady on all classes; No. 2-3, 190-225 Ibs 20.00-20:40; several lols moslly No. 1-2, 200-220 Ibs 20.50-20.75; No. 2-3, 230-200 Ibs 19.00-20.00; few No. 3, 290-31 Ibs IB.50-19.00. Cattle 20,000, calves 300; fed steers and heifers steady lo 50 higher; vealers steady lo strong; few loads prime 1200-1300-lb steers 2fi.75 choice i 26.50; bulk choice steers 23.0024.50; good and low choice 20.0023.00; prime 1150 Ib fed steers 25.25; high good and choice heifers 21.75 •20.00. Summary: New Wovcrly Washington Tp. 007 100 0— 8 5 3 103 242 X—12 8 T Doran, J. Campbell (6), M-ing- lin (6) and Bowman; Miller, K 'Leffert ('3) and Vance. re-Inch 1.6 HP 24.00; few choice vealers Sheep 2,000; old crop lambs and mixed lambs and yearlings weak to mostly 50 lower; spots off more; spring lambs strong; good and choice old crop lambs and yearlings 20.00-21.00; choice and prime spring lambs 24.00-25.00; good and choice 22.00-24.00. 25-Year Pins to Be Awarded by Masons On Fourth of July Several members of Tipton lodg No. 33, F. and A.M., will receiv 25-year pins at the annual Fourt of July breakfast to be held in th :ocal Masonic lodge, according t Dr. Owen Shanteau, master o£ th lodge. The Master Mason degree will b conferred on one candidate begin ning at 4 a.m. The breakfast o ham and eggs will follow. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen Mayflower II \pproaching )estination flcplica of Famous Rigger Expected to Beach Ply- in o u t h, Massachusetts, Wednesday PLYMOUTH, Mass. (UP)—The Mayflower II raced with the ghost of her Pilgrim predecessor oday as she beat to windward on he homeward leg' of an Atlantic crossing. The tiny 92-foot square rigger ivas sailing before a brisk easter- y wind at about 6 knots headed or the old whaling port of Prov- ncetown on the tip of Cape Cod. j'ne was .expected to arrive here Wednesday on a noon flood tide. A plane caravan of newsmen and photographers flew over the ship Sunday as she plunged and yawed in the heaviest seas yet encountered in the 3,500-mile voyage. Northeast Airlines pilot George Steers fixed the vessel's position at about 192 miles south- southwest of Nantucke Lighship, 340 miles from Plymouh harbor. Winds Delay Progress But later radio messages reported that gale-force winds held up the Mayflower's northerly progress nearly 10 hours Saturday night. The ship's- latest position was reported as 130 miles south of Nanlucket Lightship or some 280 miles from its destination. The 180-ton Mayflower wigglec her stern like a broad - beamed chorus/ girl as she 1 u m b e r e c along. She heaved in the white- capped swells apparently content just to maintain course. Attempts British Tourist Influx Anticipated This Summer Find Body Of Frogman PORTSMOUTH, England (UP) —British pathologists performed an autopsy today on the handless, headless body of a frogman in hopes of solving a major mystery of the cold war. Many Britons were convinced the body was that of Cmdr. jionel (Buster) Crabb, a monocle- wearing war hero who vanished April 19, 1956 while making secret drives near the Soviet cruiser that >rou-ght Russia's top leaders to Britain. The Russians were Communist j "At current American prices, By WILLIAM SEXTON United Press Staff Correspondent LONDON (UP >—This summer for the first time since 1939 British tourists can freely visit America. But they may not be able to eat steak, and it's unlikely that Pitts- burghers or Chicagoans will see an invasion of bowler-hatted Britons with their rolled unbreilas. There's a catch in the British Conservative government's decision to break through the "dollar curtain" and allow Britons tho precious pounds sterling to spend on a junket to America. British tourists will- be rationed to 100 pounds—the equivalent ot S280. And, many are asking, what can you do in America on $280? vide entertainment at the .breakfast. Earl Gangloff will be in charge of the banquet room and Clarence Settlemyre will be in charge of the kitchen. A large crowd is expected to attend the affair. radio failed but she responded to the plane's salute by dipping her ensign. Crew Shortens Sail Earlier, Australian-born skipper Cmdr. Alan Villiers radioed reception committee officials here that strong winds had forced Party Leader Nikita S. Khrushchev and Premier Nikolai Bul- ganin. The investigation that followed reached all the way up to Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden —•who refused to tell all to Parliament. The Russians protested they had spotted a British skindiver between the cruiser Ordzhonikidze and an accompanying destroyer. Crabb was never seen again and there was speculation the Russians kidnapped him or sent out their own skindivers to kill him while he spied out the secret underwater lines of the warship. Eden, pressed with parliamentary demands for an explanation, limited Ills' answers to an apology to the Russians—that any such cloak and dagger mission had been undertaken without liis knowledge. The Navy was less informative. It said Crabb disappeared on a diving mission and was "presumed dead." There was no further word from Britain or Russia cauLioned London Daily Express American correspondent Richard Silian, "100 pounds should last about 10 days. There will be no steaks, lots of rides on buses and the subway and some scrimping on food." Down and! Out London Daily Mail correspondent Don Iddon reported from New York that the British tourist "will be down and out on tho 100 pounds Barbershop quartet jviU pro- s hai:ten\ng o£ sa Q. when the ship's yellow-gold sides were spot- Cass Purdue Ags Hold Strawberry Festival Members of the Cass county Purdue Ags and their families held their annual strawberry festival Sunday night at the Noble township school. Eighty persons attended the event. The committee in charge was-Mr. and Mrs. Don Tilton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Homburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blank. Fred Fultz and Wayne Johnson are co-chairmen of the chicken barbeque which is being planned for tho fall. Reg. $89.50 $6,50 Down on terms Sovo $25 >::: onjoy fast, oosy lawn mowing I Automatic clutch gives finger-tip control. Mowor cioos the work; you just guide it. Cutting hoighl adjusts from 54" to 1%". Recoil starter. MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway Ph. 4193 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,500; mostly 25-50 higher; 180-240 Ib 20.00-21.00, some to 21.25; 2<10-260>lb 20.00-20.50, few to 20.75; 2CO-290 Ib 19.50-20.25; 9-35 b 19.00-10.75; 1BO-1IIO Jb 18.00-20.50; 120-1(10 Ib IB.50-18.00. Cattle 2,700; calves 200; steady; choice steers 22.25-23,50; few to 25.00; good 20.00-22.00; choice heifers 22.00-23.00; good 19.50-21.50; vealcr.s steady to weak to 50 lower; good and choice 21.5024.00; prime to 24.50. Sheep 200; weak to 50 lower; good and choice spring lambs 21.00-23.00. But the influential Manchester Guardian came to America's defense. The Guardian said London newspapers made it sound" as though every tourist was going to mak<i his 100 pounds allowance cove:: a stay at the Waldorf-Astoria, with side trips to the Stork Club and 'My Fair Lady." "Some of those Americans," the Guardian noted, "arc used to lunching off a hot dog and coffee for 40 conls." The government's change of heart was designed partly to increase Anglo - American imdcr- LIltrL WU1 U iiuill UL inini \/i AW........ —---- -- . and the Crabb disappearance be- standing H was biffier news hero p a mo cvunilmiwl im in mvslcrv. than Americans might n' 1 - Wards Sea King STANDARD BOAT TRAILER 500-lB. CAPACITY hauls boats up to 14' long County Treasurer Attending School Cass county Treasurer Clarence jSeliUemyre is attending a school for all county treasurers of the stale being conducted Monday and Tuesday in the Claypool hotel at Indianapolis. The school, under the direction of the stale board of accounts, is designed to acquaint the treasurers with new state laws affecting them, whicn go into effect this year. CWCAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady, 43,000 Ibs. USDA prices: Heavy hens 14-16; light hens 121314. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns SS'A-Si); processed loaf 30-37;' Swiss Grade A 42-43; B Ros6 Radel, 62, Dies at Home in Peru PERU — Miss Rose Radel, 62, died suddenly of a heart attack at 10:45 p. m. Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Ahnert, 103 West Boulevard. Miss Itudcl had made her home with her sister and was watching television when Ihe attack occurred. She had been employed in the M.iami county treasurer's, office for 15 years, and had served as deputy for several years. She was a charter member of the Daughters of Isabella and a member of the St. Charles Catholic church. Horn in Peru on Sept. 3, 1094, she was the daughter of Peter and Mary Ann (Buckley) Radel. Survivors include the sister and a nephew, Charles, Buchanan, Mich. One brother and two sisters are deceased. Final rites will be conducted at the church at 9 a. m. Wednesday with Msgr. Paul A. Welsh officiating. Burial will be made in Calholic cemetery, Friends may call at the flrookman funeral lome after 7 p. m. Monday. The D. of I. will meet at the chapel 'or prayer services at 7 p. m. Tuesdays ted Sunday she was carrying only a fore and mainsail and laboring; against breaking seas. Arrival at Provincetown, scene of the historic signing of the Pilgrim Compact in 1620, will bring Public Health Service, customs and immigration officers aboard the ship. The following day a Coast Guard cutter escorted by a colorful flotilla of private yachts will tow the' Mayflower to a wild welcome here. came swallowed up in mystery, Josephine Emery Claimed by Death Mrs. Josephine Marjoric Kniery, .3, of route 3, city, who formerly was employed at Floyd's Steak House, died at the St. Joseph hospital at 5:10 a.m. Monday after a lingering illness. Born Oct. 2, 1913, to Virgil and Delee Miller Voro in Carroll coun- ,y, she wa-s married Feb. 23, 1932, i-n Walton to Ralph Emery. Survivors are the husband;] Arrest Peru Motorist For Driving 105 MPH PERU—John S. Marburger, 2(5, Peru grocer, was one of five speeders arrested in Peru and Miami county during tho weekend. Marburger was arrested on US 31 by State Trooper Ward Gillan, who estimaled Marburger was i traveling 105 milps per hour. An affidavit has been filed in the Justice of the Peace court of Mable Porsonott. He will be arraigned Thursday morning. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. FOR SALE 4 bedroom house with full basement and bullt-ins. 1514 George 6t. Price $9000. Immediate possession. II. 'Puberty, Atty., Phones 474U or 3031. ******** reg. $136.45 j I SALE 108.88; £***************** Low slung—oasy loading, easy launching—boat rolls into water in seconds. Smooth riding— completely equipped for safety and protection of boat in transit. Reg. $147.95 Economy 14' 5OO Ib. capacity.... $H8.-88 ALUMINUM BOATS Rog. $105, 12' S.a King ...$170 Rug. $229, 14' Soa King ...$214 Rag. $364, 14' Docked .,..$349 Reg. $484, 14' Deck.d $464 MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway logamport RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER QQ Includes free home instruction Form link OJ $2 PER WEtK WATCH "FRONTIER" WfBM, 2:30-3iOO SUNDAY BAKERS AFPnOVE CONTRACT EVANSVI'LLE (UP)—Evansville area bakery workers voted Saturday to accept a now two-year contract calling for a 10-cent Dourly- pay increase each • year. The agreement affected bakeries in Evansville, Princeton and Boon, vllle, Ind., and Henderson, Ky. Scouts Discuss Good Citizenship Home and community citizenship formed the basis for a three- day Boy Scouts of America joint conference of the Three- Rivers and Meshlngomosia councils on June 7, B, and 9, at Manchester College. Ten discussion questions were given, and the duscussions and findings committee expressei satisfaction with the depth ol thought given tho discussion topics. Dividing the question of citizen ship into two phases, "Citizens li: the Home" and "Citizens in the Community," scouts from ten counties considered the problems of use of the car, 'mutual understanding with parents; dating personal appearance, smoking nm drinking, .vandalism -and mob ac lion, church obligations and re ligious freedom, getting an edu cation, community service, am helping others. Of die topics discussed mulua understanding wilh parents occu pied the most lengthy considora tion, according to program advls or, Richard Posner of the Thre' Elvers council. Twisters Hit Plains States By UNITED PRESS Violent storms ripped Ihe Plains tales Sunday night and today •ith tornadoes touching down in t least three states and heavy ains in parts of Kansas and Okla- oma. Twisters raced through central >outh Dakota, western Kansas and lorthwestern Oklahoma during Ihe light. There were no reports of erious damage. Funnel clouds were sighted in ections of Arkansas and along he eastern slopes of the central locklas. Gusls of more than 90 m.p.h. swept Hutchinson, Kan., and winds up to 50 m.p.h. were common in most of central Kansas and northwestern Oklahoma. Cooler weather overspread the lockies, easing the immediate hreat of flooding from rapidly melting mountain snows. Rainfall during the night occurred in the central Rockies, the j(>wcr Mississippi Valley and the Southeast. Amounts were general- vcn-day "Cook's Tour" to New , . , „ , ~, , j y«i-K and Washington and a 12- four sons, Ke.th, Onward; Clc »s. ^" whic)l as far W cst Bruce, and Wayne, at home; two! N j a) ,. ira ir-ills and includes daughters, Mrs. Dolores Shackle- J^ Y |J^ 1 >] 1 ji :u | c ]pi,i i i, Washington ami Boston. The cost is $250. CASH LOANS-RIFINANCING • YOUR C»» • APPUANCIf • PUKNITURC • KMONM Momtrr TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZltY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 1131 410". E. Broadway HELP WANTED-MALE Young man for General Office work In relail branch, The Sherwin-Williams Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement in many fleldi. Fringe benefits. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT New York, Here We Come!" the London Daily Sketch proclaimed in a bannerline. Its front- page editorial began, "Wow 1 ." Free Trip ConlcslH The Daily Express also banner- lined the news and both the Express and Sitoloh started contests with fr«e trips to American as the priy.es. The American Embassy reported an immediate upsurge in in- <iuines Thomas Cook and Son*, tour guides since 1841, had their first tours 0:1 sale within hours- ford, route 5; and Mrs. Caroline Clayborn, city; two brothers, Harry, 1810 Jefferson street, city, and Donald, city; four sisters, Mrs. Errna Beebout, route 3; Mrs. Elsie Lar.dis, Chili; Mrs. Phyllis Maloll, route t; ami Mrs. Lois Sparks, Peru; the lather, Virgil, of Onward; and four grandchil- ren. Funeral riles will lx> held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Iho Fisher funeral home, Rev. Paul Grant in charge. Burial will be in the Blue Ball cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Cook's hus calculated $5.fiO a day I'm- food and $19.00 a day for oilier expenses, including travel and admission Lo sightseeing spots. Britons have mited Unit, it would cost 20 per cent more to visit Moscow, ami. nl least in Aim-rica. there is a sliglil resemblance to the language spoken here. And as Express correspondent Kilian' told Britons, "You might end up winniiiK some more dollar* on u quiz show." Off the Gulf Coast, n tropical storm veered northeastward into the open sea: after capsizing a :abin cruiser with tho apparent oss of five lives near St. Petersburg, Fla. The storm, which caused some damage in northwest Florida and southeastern Georgia during the weekend, was termed as "no longer a threat" to the southeastern coast. Two Hoosier Youths Drowned in Michigan THREE RIVERS, Mich. (UP)— Two Delaware County, Ind., youths drowned in Indian Lake near here Saturday when a 14-foot boat capsized while they wore on an outing with their parents. The victims were Rickie Boyle, 5, and J.C. Evans, 14, both of Gaston, 1'nd. Michigan Slate Police said the boys and their parents were u!v.)ul 450 feet from shore when the "boat bogan. to ship water. Myron Boyle, Rickie's father, jumped out to lighten the craft and it tipped vcr. Sheriff's deputies recovered the Evans boy's body a few hours Disarmament Step Studied LONDON (UP)—Allied reservations were reported today to be partly responsible for the delay in framing the United Slates laics'. "first step" disarmament plan. Britain, skeptical of Russia's intentions, fears that a hasty disarmament arrangement with IliB Soviet Union might play into Uif Kremlin's hands and prejudice the West's )K)sition in the East-West conflict. Germany's chief concern Is to avert o eoinniiiment which mi^li'. shelve imk-finitely German unification, diplomatic sources said. These allied hesitations were believed to have been iimonR tlm topics discussed by U.S. disarmament chief Harold E. Slasson In •Police Post Area for George Street Traffic Posting of a nine-block area 01 George street, from Seventeenth streel oast to the Walnut Ridge road was completed Monday morning by the city police traffic division. Signs prohibiting travel by heavy trucks and setting a speed limit of 30-miles per hour were erected, according to Sgt. Joe Wallace. Screen Door Taken From Business Firm A prowler pried off the screen door to the office of the Great LakeH Distributing company building, 2100 Erie avenue, early Monday morning. Search of the premises, however, revealed nothing was missing except the screen door. Jet Pilots Explain Noise.to Citizens OXNARD, Calif. — Tho Oxnnrd Air Force has come up with a scheme to handle complaints about jet noises. Col. Edwin Carey, commanding officer of the jet interceptor squadron, devised the system when plagued by nearby residents, particularly mothers whose young children had been awakened bjr the jets. Usually, they're hopping mad," Colonel Carey said. When a molhor calls, the officer listens to the complaint, then suggests he would like to have her discuss the mailer with the pilot of Lhc very plane that caused the noise. "If the mother is agreeable," Colonel Carey said, "we make an appointment and the pilot, In his best'uniform, presents himself at her front door. "He admires the baby, and over coffee, explains the mission of the Air Defense Command to protect our shores from sneak altack., "Generally," he added "the'Air chalk up another later. The search continued late i Washington during his wcelteml Saturday night for Riclde'a body. " ~" ' Plans Remodeling on George Street House A $2,200 rcmoilellnjj project on a house al 1717 George street was the subject of a building application filed Monday with I lie commissioner by William P. Ivoner & "" .>n. F. L. Johnson plans to spend about $30 erecting new sidewalks at 13 East Miami avenue. Court Notes Elwood Slein, of the SLoncy Pike Trailer court, filed suit for divorce from Ann Louise SLein Force can friend.' NOW YOU KNOW BOSTON — Cranberries, 1 for which Massachusetts is famous were called "crnnoberries" by early settlers because the blossom and stem reminded them ol a crane's neck. trip to the United Stales. President Kiscnhowur's special adviser on disarmament was expected to consult anew with tins Allies on his return this week, he- fore presenting I he new American partial - measures disarmament project to the five-power U.N. subcommittee. In Washington Slnssr-n reported slow ami careful progress toward •) a first-stop arms control agreement with Hiwssin. He disclose:! that he was consulting with ;ill the nations concerned." Even a Plane Pilot Has Parking Troubles DETROIT — James Kader of the Cass circuit court Monday,! Detroit got ;i $:i parking lickel-rm- charging cruelty. He asks custody' of llielr child. They were married Fob. 14, 1953, and separated April 8, this year, according (a the complaint filed through the law firm of O'Neill and ONcill. STATE FISH MONTGOMERY, Alu. — Alabama Is the only slate. In the Union with nn official fish. Tho state's publicity director, Goeffrey Birt, said the tarpon, fighting sport fish found in abundance In Mobile Bay and the waters of Alabama's' gulf coast, has the honor, parking his airplane illegally. "As Ion;: :is it has wheels, wo can ticket anything for parking," Patrolman Kichnrd Graff declared when he found Kadcr's single-on- Kine plane in n no purltiny 70113 near the Deli-oil Cl:.y Airport. IIEIGIITH OF LOVE' OH10MAN, England (UP)—Lan Scatter. 38, and three foel tall, was married Saturday to Anne Uurroug! 1 ], 23, and five feet six inches tall. "We are in love and our hearts and hopes arc liko those of anyone else," Scager said. SALE CALENDAR June 13— Drive-In Theater Waldron & Vincy June 15—Mrs. Ella M. Smyser Estate .. Rinehart & Sons June 15—O. White Stoney Pike Roller Rink ... .Waldron June 15—Mrs. Stella Sprinkle Keesey Thompson. June 19—Fred Chanler Tox'1 June 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington June 2fl—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart & Sons

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