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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tuesday Evening, December 17, 1957. FARM BUREAU Looks For End Of Federal Farm Controls CHICAGO (UP) — A major organization of American farmers waging battle for a greater share of the consumer dollar, has challenged big labor, big business and, particularly, big government. Members of the American Farm Bureau Federation, which represents 1,600,000 of the nation's farm families at its convei.Uon here last week, spoke out against "the exercise of monopolistic economic power by any segment of our population." Delegates to the AFBF's th annual convention concentrated on writing a farm declaration which moves toward "gradual elir.iina- tier," of government controls but still leans heavily on government programs developed durin/ the last 2 l ti. decades. But they served notice a 1 : the same time that the. will fight attempts by business and labor '.o rig the price of goods and services. Farm Bureau members asserted in resolutions that monopoly is "a threat to the maintenance of democracy and the competitive enterprise system" an<-' that "the most dangerous form of monopoly Is big government." "If big government develops to the point where it may perpetuate itself in office by the support of those to whom it grants favors, freedom ?.nd solf-governmer;t are jeopardized," the farmers warned. North Grove Merchant, Levi Harter Expires PERU, Ind. — Levi Harter, 79, of North Grove died at his home early Saturday evening. He had been ill since Nov. 28. The deceased operated a general store at North Grove for many years .He was born at Loree, Dec. 16, 1877, the son of Hugh and Emily (Krull) Harter and was married March 12, 1897, to Lavina Zimmerman who survives. Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Bernice Hart, Peru, Three Hurt In Collision WINAMAC, Ind.—Three LaPorte , - . c „. - T , . , , , people were injured in a traffic '.™gular meeting of the Knignts of . . . _ . Pnl'ivnKiic TVTnnrinv niffnr \Vlrh Will- Knights Plan Yule Party for Children ~ Plans for .the annual Children's Christmas party from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday were completed at the accident at 5:20 p.m. Saturday on Ind. 39, five miles southeast of Francesville, i which • left one car a total loss, damaged another and demolished three farm wagons. Robert Classin, 17, LaPorte, driver of one of the cars involved, suffered contusions of his nose and left wrist; Miss Ida Brendel, 22, LaPorte, owner of the car driven by Classin and a passenger in it, Manager Of Hotel In Winamac Succumbs WINAMAC, Ind. — Floyd Peck, Sr., 70, passed away at 4 p.m. Monday at the Frain hotel, Wina- mae, of which he was manager. The deceased, born in Wisconsin, April 15, 1887, he had been a resident of Winamac for the past 15 years. He is survived by one son, Floyd, Jr., of Gary; one sister, Mrs. Irene Wallace, Long Beach, Calif. Services will be at Z p.m. Wednesday at the Kennedy funeral home, with Rev. C. D. Barringer. Burial will be in Oak Park cemetery. • Mrs. Tillie Malott, North Grove, and Mrs. Fannie Home, Chicago; ;wo sons, John and Ralph, of North Grove; a sister, Mrs. Sylvia Stanley, Gas City; 14 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the l,aird funeral home with the Rev. Luke Martin officiating. Burial will be in Park Lawn cemetery in Amboy. Friends may call at •he funeral home after noon Tuesday. DISLOCATES SHOULDER PERU, Ir.d. — William Munn, 61, a construction worker at the Bunker Hill Air Force base, dislocated his shoulder in a fall at the base early Monday. He is being treated at Dukes hospital. The accident occurred when Munn lost his balance and fell nine feet to the ground as he was erecting structural beams. He is a resident of Bedford, Ind. sustained head injuries, including a possible 'concussion; and Joe Ford, 16, also LaPorte, another passenger in the car, suffered a contusion on the forehead. Classin was headed north on 39 and came up behind a mounted corn picker or; a tractor driven by Paul Ledford, Francesville, pulling three empty farm wagons. State Trooper Joe Cihak said Ledford apparently tried to get off the road but the car struck the last wagon, still on the highway, and skiddesd north on the highway, hitting a southbound car driven by Mrs. Kathryn Johnson, 48, Knox. The trooper said there were no lights on the rear wagon. The 1953 model car driven by Classin was a total loss, the three farm wagons were demolished, arid the Johnson car was damaged to the extent of $275. The three injured persons were taken to White county Memorial hospital at Monticello, where they were treated and released. tr~28&£*~~-. REST litttetf E^EB^P • J^nul port; one brother, Kenneth, of Lafayette; and two grandchildren. Friends may call at the Fisher funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Final rites are pending. Monday night, with Willam Perrone presiding. Four hundred children ranging 11 age from one month to 10 years are expected at the party. Santa Claus will present each child with a gift and cancy-filled Christmas stocking. Saturday night will be Tom and Jerry night for members and their wives, and Monday, Dec. 23, will be gift exchange night. Turkeys and chickens will be awarded instead of the usual attendance priz- Word Winamac has been received 812 'Logansport Resident Arnold Zeider Expires Arnold W. Zeider, 50, of Wheatland avenue,, died at 1 p.m. Monday at the Memorial hospital after suffering -a heart attack at the Hardy and Hopkins plant where he was employed. The former machinist was born Oct. 23, 1907 to. Warren and Viola (Scales) Zeider. He was married n 1929 to Martha Greider at Kewanna. Surviving in addition to the wid ow are two daughters, Mrs. Beverly Sue Henry, route 1, Royal Cen- Ser and Mrs, Doris Jean Rist, Kokomo; his mother, Mrs. Viola Hight, 1101 Spear street, Logans- OLD BEFORE YOUR TIME? 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Guests Saturday evening in the lome of Mr. aad Mrs. William Hall were Mr. and Mrs. Stace Bonnell of Headlee, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall and Christy Clay. Miss Bernice Snyder of Indianapolis was a weekend guest in the :iome of her parents Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L, Smith and son of Kankakee, 111. spent Thursday in the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith. Monroe Home Demonstration club No. 3 will meet Wednesday evening at the Maddox Recreation room for a Christmas party and gift exchange. Hostesses will be Mrs. Clay Zellers, Mrs. Frank Goble, Miss Velma Moody, Mrs. Werner Sodervkk and Mrs. George Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moody spent Sunday in the home of their son-in-law arid daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard DePoy at Flora. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oberlin and children Ronda, Larry anc Tommy left Saturday for their home at Valdez, Alaska after a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. j Bert Iftomas. Mrs. Oberlin, Ronda and Larry came in July for their, first visit here, and Tommy was born here. Mr. Oberlin, who is a son of Mrs. Thomas, came in November for his first visit home in six years. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neff and children visited on Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Neff, of Loganspori. The elder Mr. Neff is somewhat improved and has returned to his home after being ill with her son and daughter-in-law. She will leave Wednesday by plane from Chicago to spend -several months with her daughter, ilrs. Marie Myers, at Pasedena, Calif. Marriage license has been issued to: Miss Dorothy Marie Koch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred- REDS AIM FOR MOON LONDON (UP)—A Soviet scientist has predicted that nights to the moon will be possible within the next id years, Moscow Radio reported today. The broadcast quoted an article in the magazine Yunost by Prof. Yuri Pobedonost- sev in which he said that "sub- son of Mrs. Maudie Fugate. Miss Carolyn Kay Ezra, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Merle Ezra LUt 11CU UV> 111O ilWlllC •ait.ti fJt4.llgJ.LJ. • .... J T at Memorial hospital, Logansport. of toe Winamac vicinity and Lor• en Jay Knebel son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Knebel of Royal Cen- erick L. Koch of North Judsbn, j stalU j at od projects" for flights to and William Collins of Winamac Guests on Sunday at a pre- Christmas celebration in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don-aid Boulden ere Mr. and Mrs. Don Boulden nd daughters of Indianapolis, Mr. nd Mrs. Thomas'Varga and ohil- ren of Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs.. 1 Moss and daughter of Flora rid Mr. and Mrs. Robert Comp- m and children of Star City. The amily party was held early be- ause of the departure of Mrs. Osar Boulden, who makes her home FBIARS Club Special ALE is smooth, mild, mellow. And you get this superior, extra- aged ale at a popular price! Try some FRIARS Club Special ALE tonight. Comes in 12-ounce bottles and handy 6-can cartons. 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