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Thursday Evening, December 12, 1957. 2 Miners Die In Explosion GREENWOOD, Ark. (UP)—An underground explosion ripped through a coal mine between Greenwood and Hackett, Ark., ear- four minors. Two were slightly in- ly today, "Klllin others nearby jured. 2:11 Lewis, owner of the Peerless Coal Co. mine, said three of the bodies had been recovered. A rescue team of seven or ei;ht men was working to recover the fourth body, but Lev/is said it was a slow operation because they Rites Friday At Peru For Charles A. Saine PERU, Ind.—Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Eikenberry Funeral Home for Charles A. Saine, 80, of route 4, who died at Dukes Memorial Hospital at 6:: 15 a.m. Wednesday after a c^'cbral hemorrhage suffered last Friday. Rev: Avery W. Miley will officiate al the services. Burial will be in Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Saine was born in Wabash county on Jan. 19, 1BG8. He was the son of Jacob and Harriet i Rubble) Saine. He was married were having to take fresh air down! j n i888 to Mary E. Lewis, who died with them. | in 1950 ^ He was a mem ber of the Lewis identified the dead men I Christian church. Survivors include two daughters and a son. Mrs. Ernest Evans, route 4; Mrs. Hugh Marshall, Peru, and Melvin Saine, Ft. Wayne; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. as Joe Martin. L.D. Swll and Gne Moore, all of Paris, Ark., and George Simmons of Greenwood. Onward, Kokomo Cars Damaged In Collision ONWARD—Cars driven by an Onward resident and a .Kokomo resident were damaged in a collision about 2 p.m. here Wednesday. Deputy Sheriff George Shanks Cars Of Two Area Men Damaged In Collision Cars of two area residents were I damaged in a collision in Logans- Sport about 2:50 p.m. today at the ., . . , .... ,. ,, s ! intersection of Burlington and Col- said a car driven by Nile Kenneth! fgx st , esis Ochey, 53. Onward, came from a Youth Rally at Logan Church on Saturday Night The Rev. Randall Schenkel, of Monon, will be in the charge of a zone youth rally to be held Saturday night in the Pilgrim Holiness Church, Linden Avenue, at Sixth Streets. Representative groups to participate in the rally will come from churches at Burlington, Delphi, Forest, Monon, Kokomo, and Lafayette. Virginia Dodrell, is the president of the local youth group and the Rev Ralph McCrory, is host pastor.' The service will begin at 7:30 p.m. A Musical and Singspir.ation service is planned by the Rev. Schenkel. The police report said a car driven by Cecil F. Stangle, 48, of pulled away from the i curb, and was hit by a car going north on Burlington. The report said the Stangle car filling station into the path of-a car driver,- by Garland Jr. Penley, 24,: of Kokomo. and they collided. Ke * an " a ' Shanks said the pavement was icy. The Penley car had damage to the grill, front bumper, left head- , , ,, , „ •., j light and fender, estimated at $200,;^ s . dania ^, d( ° n "?e left side and and the Ochey car had damage to ! ™; e ^ and the Slsson car on the the front bumper, grill, and steering gear—estimated at $150. Fugitive Denies Killing Oilman INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — John Alfred Williams, 35, described as a fugitive from a Pennsylvania burglary charge, denied Tuesday night that he killed wealthy oilman Theodore 'R. Turner here Xov. 17. Williams was sought since the slaying as a suspect in the Tuirier shooting and several North Side Indianapolis burglaries. Police said he admitted three North Side burglaries but denied the Turner slaying. . right slde ' US JOBLESS WASHINGTON INCREASE (UP.- — The number of jobless Americans, jumped to 3,200,000 last month, an increase of 700,000 .over October and the highest November figure since the 1£)49 recession, the government reported Wednesday. Skating Party At Peru To Aid Needy Persons PERU, Ind.—The Valley View Rollerskating club will sponsor a skating party at its rink Thursday from 7-10 p.m. to aid needy families at Christmas. Tickets of admission for the public are food or toys. BUSINESS FRATERNITY Charles W. Lybrook of 400 Mopt- gomery, Logansport, is among 32 students in Indiana University's School of Business who were initialed Dec. 1 into Alpha Kappa Psi national business fraternity, The honorary fraternity recog : nizes men who have achieved outstanding scholastic records in business studies. In addition to encouraging scholarship, the organization promotes a closer affiliation between the business world and students of business, and furthers the development of high standards of commercial ethics. BUSY SHOPPER CI11CKCUIY UOtVJ 111 LI it OIHJU'S \JL . ... , , tr»x- Roy Hirshburg, 61, last March 25. tron '« technician airman. L'SN, was'introduced as evidence-!. 011 of Mr i and Mrs. George F. Wednesday during the first day of'^ennan of 310 S. Mansel s ., .he first-degree murder trial of. Winamac. Ind " ' s servl i lg wltil Miss Ethel Wise, 30, Richmond. ; Airborne Barrier Service Squadron -' the Barber's Point Naval mamlc- Miss Wise is on tria! in Wayne!.. Superior Court here. She is j charged with the slaying of Hirsh-! The squadron provides | burg, z prominent portrait photog- nance and 1 training for squadrons of | s[ate llospi(al Q fn c i"als to be on irapher. in front ol Hirshburg's t!le Pacific Airborne Early Warn studio. | ing Wing Prosecutor Bert Keller Jr. lold i : . :he jury of 1-1 men and one woman ; HEAVY RAINFALL that the .22 caliber rifle was found i n Miss Wise's car when it was' Airplanes, cars and other action toys are what Bruce McClcan wants from Santa Claus this year. Above, Bruce, Is shown in a local toy store looking over some of the items Santa left there for inspection. Bruce, who is 5 years old and attends Daniel Webster kindergarten is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley McClean, 260S Emmet Drive. CHECK THESE VALUES No wonder we're Buy now on budget terms! Just say "charge it" Rifle Introduced As Evidence in Richmond Trial RICHMOND (UP) - A rifle allegedly used in the slaying of Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five Winamac Airman At Hawaiian Base OAHU, T. H. (FHTNC) — George F. Brennan. Jr., aviation elec- ing season (April through Svptcn»- ber> total was 33 inc'us; for Iht central third 32.9 incus and fur the eastern third 31.6 inches. Missing Patient Potential Hazard Bolh the Cass and N'i^o county sheriffs. Logansport and Terre Haute police and the stale police l.ave been ask.-d by Logansport the lookout for Albert Schoemakcr, a patient wiio has been missing from the hospital since December •i. The 28-vear-old man was commit- after the shooting. LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Rainfall during the 1957 growing season in]led as a result of an incident involving a girl in a Terre Hau'.e theatre and might represent a since records began 70 years ago Defense attorney David Dennis : acco ,-ding to Lawrence A Schaal, \-r*ntinrl (n thn ml rnHnf 1/in nf tha . _ . . .. . . . . objected to the introduction of the rifle as evidence. He cjaimcd law officials entered the car of his client "illegally" and discovered .he rifle in an "unlawful search." In his opening statement, Dennis said Miss Wise and her companion, Miss Ann McFarland, were the only eye witnesses to the slaying of Hirshburg. Hi told' the court the testimony of Miss Wise will be "as creditable" as that of Miss McFarland, the slate's key witness. Keller said he will call more than 20 witnesses during the trial and Dennis indicated his client would testify and he will call "quite a few" other witnesses. The trial is expected to last a week or 10 days. Weather Bureau state climatologist at Purdue University. Onl) 1 un<" potential hazard in society although he had no difficulty under institutional supervision, hospital other year, 1926, has as -,vet jjo.'iicials indicated. The total central Indian! rainfall, as repqrted by 30 sutions. He is described as 5 feet, 9 inches in height, 150 pounds, blond heir, blue eyes and hooked nose. was 32.5 inches. For the western and was wearing a tan shirt and third of cen'.ral Indiana, the srow-|srcy trousers. GO WEBRIA, GO! SYDNEY, Australia (UP) — Racehorse owner Stanley Simpson has great hopes for his unraccd two-year-old filly Webria. Webria means "win every bloomin' race in Australia." Helpful Free Book For.Folks Who Are A Little Hard of Hearing NEW YORK (Special) — A hope-filled new book for folks who aren't deaf, but just a litUe hard of hearing, wan hailed by S. F. Poeen, noted acoustical scientist. 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At one place, in the almost 1,500 miles we drove this Edsel two-door hardtop Pacer, some kids across the street from a service station shouted: 'Hey, look! An Edsel!' "If I were selling this car from the retail floor, 1 just wouldn't overlook anybody. It' has something that will appeal to every type of buyer. IF DRIVING TIRES YOU "If driving on long trips or in dense city traffic tires you, then the Edsel is the car ' for you. "Why is this so? Much of it has been engineered into the car from the first plan on the drawing boards. Much of it comes from reduced motion. You can control the automatic transmission by easy, power-operated pushbuttons in the hub of the steering wheel. The novice will get accustomed to them in five minutes, no matter what car he is driving, because they're as handy as a pocket in a shirt and a lot closer. "The man who fights traffic to work and back twice a day needs to learn how much an Edsel can do for him. It'll be a revelation and. save half his energy. "Much of it comes from the 'all go and no slow' engine which it has, coupled -with big, fast operating, self-adjusting brakes. These new brakes adjust themselves and can save a man a lot of dollars during a normal term of ownership. STAINLESS STEEL USE "What's it made out of and how long will it last? The Edsel bill of materials includes nothing but quality. In stainless steel alone, it probably leads the list, for it has 36 pounds of this non-rusting and almost indestructible material in every car. Everybody likes to own this kind of quality. CAN'T MISTAKE EDSEL "If you've ever owned a medium-priced or better car and had a service station attendant mistake it for a cheaper car, you'll know what Edsel engineers were striving for when they said they wanted to design a car that could be identified in the dark. "You don't have to rub the dust off the nameplate on the Edsel to discover its identity. From front or rear, you can tell an Edsel a block away. IF YOU DRIVE FOR A LIVING "I stopped a taxi driver who was using an Edsel. " 'Do a day and a half in a day now,' he said, 'or at least I feel that much better when. I get home at the end of a shift. It's easy, arm-chair comfort.' "You don't have to be carrying the mail to have a job that requires going every day in all kinds of weather. Edsel has speed for turnpikes, expressways and open highways and roadabffity for the logging road, the byway and the farm lane. MOST PRE-TESTED CAR "Some prospect is sure to say that the Edsel is too new, intimating that it is untried, and if he's like the thousands who have gone before him, he will say that he'll wait a few years and see how it turns out. "The Edsel is undoubtedly the most pre- tested car ever offered to the public. "Edsel test drivers raced 38 Edsels for a total of 1,500,000 miles over a two-year test period. Punishment? They drove these miles in the 118-degree heat of Death Valley and the 40-below cold of Minnesota. "Back of it is 50 years—half a century of engineering skill—11 years of actual planning and testing. The Edsel's got more that's new than any new car has ever had, and 4!! the new has been virtually tested to destruction. MORE NEW IDEAS "Edsel offers a lot to the gadget-minded. For example, every salesman has heard owners wish for an oil gauge on the dash. Edsel has a row of warning, b'ghts on the dash. One warns when oil is one quart low, another when the gas tank has only two gallons left, another warns of a hot engine. . "Edsel offers a tachometer as an option and this tachometer sports a couple of green dots, one at about 900 r.p.m. and the other at about 2500. When the owner keeps the needle between those dots he knows he is operating the engine at its greatest economy." HAVE YOU ROAD-TESTED THE NEWEST CAR IN THE WORLD? It's an experience no one should miss. When you do, your Edsel Dealer will give you a scale-model Edsel as a gift for your child. This 8-inch, full-color, precision-made plastic model has movable wheels, rubber tires, traction drive. EDSEL DIVISION • FORD MOTOR CO.