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Friday Evening, December 20, 1957. 10 FOR RENT 3 LARGE rooms, furnished, private entrance. 710 Helm. Ph. 20185. 3 bedroom, unfurnished, all utilities furnished, private entrance. Ph. 8659. NICE 4-room apartment, all utilities furnished. Phone 50291. {-ROOM efficiency apartment; also 1 room unfurnished. Ph. 21558. MODERN heated upper 3-room furnished apartment, private entrance. Located 328 W Linden. Adults. Ph. Lucerne 2215. 3 ROOM unfurnished. Private bath. Downstairs. Nice. 2158S or 4976. 11. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Victor deep freeze, chest type. 404 Minor St. 4-ROOM unfurnished, heated apartment, newly decorated. Ph 3659. 3 ROOM apartments furnished. Inquire 800 North 3rd. Apartment 4. 3 ROOMS modern, inquire at 1321 Riverside Drive. LOWER unfurnished 4 rooms, bath, automatic oil furnace. Ph. 21892. FURNISHED 2 room upper apt. Ph. 4366. 3 and 4-room modern furnished apartments, heat and wafer furnished. 305 Tanguy. Call Monticello 1109-W. 3-ROOM furnished apartment on farm, 1 mile from city, utilities and private entrance t nice and quiet. Ph. 40954. Odds And Ends Sale 39" BOX SPRINGS Reg. $39.95 to $49.95 SALE PR ICED AT... $19.88 Warehouse clearance of overstocked box springs. Various types, styles and tubings. Priced to sell. Montgomery Ward 412 E. Bdwy. Ph. 4193 $10 and under, Bendix washer, Thor ironer, refrigerator, Tappan gas range, oil heater, maple breakfast set, electric French fryer, rollaway bed. 532 Water St. 11. FOR SALE f. Wearing Apparel USED suits and coats, misses sizes 10 to 12; also holiday skirts. Ph. 3509 or 9838. MEN'S coats and vests, $$1.00 each. Men's all wool pants, $7.95, 2 for $15.00. Men's work pants, $3.00. Perfect Cleaners. c. Farm i FOR SALE: Level dark loam 40- acre farm, average dwelling, bathroom, barn, other buildings, empty, $9,500. Also other 40A, 60A, 80A tracts, realistic prices. Very good 160A $225 acre, terms. Deamer & Deamer, Rochester. BAZAAR ITEMS Hand-made aprons, pillows, and doll clothes. THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market. h. Wanted to Buy WANTED: Good used sump pump. Phone 48144. CASH for your small upright Spinets or consoles. Phone 8983. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT BARK'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Rome, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr's Orchard. GALLON jug milk, 66c. Try our Deluxe Ice Cream, the finest. LENICK ICE CREAM, 141 Wheatland Ave. b. Miscellaneous DUNCAN PHYFE mahogany with 2 extra boards, like new, $40. Ph. UL-7-2672, Fulton. ONE-ROOM kitchenette apartment, ];k t b { at c-tnorvi hontart TJhnnr. £MR1 rr*. ""— «^ " " " steam heated. 136 Eel River. Phone 50481 o: wholesale prices. Phone 8171. FRONT inside 2-room apartments. Inquire 419^4 East Market, rear apartment. NICE 3-room apartment, 106 Eighth St., refrigerator and stove furnished, $60 per month. Ph. 4663 or 4695. 2 unfurnished rooms for rent, $25. Phone 2363. SMALL furnished apartment, private entrance, adults, large front room. 200 Wheatland. 4-ROOM unfurnished apartment, heat'and water furnished. Ph. 6122. 3-ROOM furnished apartment, prefer employed women. 1215 Broadway. 50564. d. Farms and Acreages DAIRY farm for rent. Len Haven Farms, Walton, 2759. e. Houses & Duplexes % of double, 95 Ninth St. Call 7288. fries Agency, 403 East 13th St., Rochester. Dial CA 3-6111. MORTON'S Sugar Cure. 524 E. Market. Kasch's, GIBSON amplifier, perfect condition, $75. 1003 Erie Ave. SEE the new Schwinn bicycles at Mehaffie's Northside Service Station. We trade bicycles. 8-MM movie camera, 3 lens; also carrying case. Phone Star City LY-5-3422. 250-3000 high powered rifle, chrome vanadium hand finished barrel with Bishop ivory tip stop, Bear master 8-X scope, complete outfit guaranteed perfect. Ph. 9230. APPLES Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road a. Dressed Fowls, Meats IF YOU HAVE never tried a ranch raised pheasant you have missed a rare treat. They are tender, delicious and economical. Make pleasing Xmas gifts. Also dressed gaese and Mallard ducks. Mrs. Richard Henderson. Fletchers Lake, Fulton. Ph. UL 7-3124. 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th St., Rochester. a. Houses PAY equity and take over GI loar on modern home, upstairs renta! will cover monthly payments. 716 Helm. 13. REAL ESTATE Railroads to Ask Increase In Rates WASHINGTON (UP) — The nation's major railroads asked the Interstate Commerce Commission Thursday for permission to file new freight rate tariffs reported to contain an average increase of 3 per cent. Last August the commission awarded increases of about 7 per cent to railroads operating in the eastern and western territories and 4 per cent to lines in the southern territory. At the time, the commission said it recognized that further cost increases were "imminent." It told the railroads to come in and seek further increases to cover any additional expenses. In their new petition the railroads said the freight rate increases were needed because of increased costs, particularly wage boosts and payroll taxes. In line with another recommendation of the commission, the railroads were expected to ask for a freight rate boost on a commodity by commodity basis rather than the usual overall horizontal hike, Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribuna Latest Market Reports INTERRUPTED RISE Aluminum output finally decline after steady postwar increase. to '52 '84 'M'57 YEAHIV DATA U1 ptiRvynoldi «»t. Mofril Kofx 10-GAL. aquarium, $6.00; tropical fish, $$1.00 pair; novelty ash trays, plaques. 418 Front. 5-ROOM semi-modern double, 419 13th. 40678. HOUSETRAILER, 34' Kozy, 2 bedroom modern all metal, $1650, Call 5991. Harold Klopfenstein, Stony Pike Trailer Court. AT 701 W. Broadway, 5-room all modern home, gas heat. Inquire 427 Heath St. FOR RENT: House, 5 miles from town, 4 large rooms and bath, no furnace % garage, $50 month. Phone 7407. SEMI-MODERN 3 rooms, attached garage, Westside. Ph. 40635. FOR RENT: 5-room modern, gar. age. Inquire 16 W. Linden. SMALL house. Inquire at 637 12th St. f. Rooms SLEEPING room for gentleman, private entrance. 823 E. Market. TWO-WHEEL trailer and Avery tractor. Don Mills, Lake Cicott WARM, nicely furnished room, Beauty-Rest mattress, private entrance. 208 Eel River. SINGLE sleeping room for employed girl only. Ph. 3307. PRIVATE room, bath, parking. Midtown Motel, 719 E. Market. NICE St. sleeping rooms. 121 7Ch WANTED 2 elderly ladies to room and board in nice country home. Everything furnished $60 per month each. Write Box A-98 this newspaper. g. Wanted To Rent WANTED TO RENT: 2-3-bedroom furnished house or apartment wanted in city or in nearby smaller town. Pharos-Tribune em. ployee. Permanent. Write Box A-96, this newspaper. U. FOR SALE DECEMBER SPECIAL SAVE $500 1958 47' 10' wide with washer $4995 1958 47' 10' wide ..„ $4795 1958 47' 8' Wide $3995 Spartan new Sparcraft 45' $4400 43' to 51' 2 or 3 bedrooms 10' wide, price $4200 to $7300 18' to 47' 1 or 2 bedrooms, 8' wide, price $1200 to $6300 We give liberal trade-ins on trailers and furniture with best of financing. • BAIRD MOBILE • HOMES, Inc. 2 Miles South of Peru on U.S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39808 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. TO BUY, OR SELL, PLEASE TELL DaieW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Ph. 2928 222 Wheatland Ave. 5 room mod. hdw. floors. Built-ins. Plenty of closets. Storm windows. Garage. Fenced back yard. A home you will be proud to own. $7500. 901 19th St. 7 rm. 1 story mod. 2 baths. 28-ft. living rm. Oil furnace. Remodeling not quite completed, material on hands to finish. A bargain at $7,500. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 MODERN home, 2708 East Broad way. gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. Butler Says U.S. Welfare to Suffer For Missile Speedup WASHINGTON (UP) — Democratic National Chairman Paul M. Butler. South Bend, Ind., Thursday night charged that the country's welfare programs will suffer because of a "defense mess" created oy the Eisenhower Administration. Butler told the Capital Press Club, a Negro group, that in all programs affecting human welfare next year, "Mr. Eisenhower's publicity men" will "try to turn our eyes to Cape Canaveral," the na- Jon's missile testing center. He said "the refrain" will run "we need missiles" whenever programs for social secutiry, schools, health, hospitals and other human rights are brought up. The Republicans "are going to be too busy trying to clean up or cover up the missile mess, or both" to worry about progress at home, Butler charged. "We will find the very people who created our defense mess sneering at the word 'welfare'," he said. "We are going to experience a vigorous old guard onslaught against all of the programs of progress in human welfare." Butler also told the group that the record of Eisenhower and Vice-President Richard M Nixon on human rights "is a sorry one." -He said former Democratic Presidents Roosevelt and Truman paved the way for the Civil Rights legislation passed by the Democratic - controlled Congress this year. • Butler is considered a likely candidate for the Senate seat which Sen. William E. Jenner has %" electric drill, flexible shaft with motor; Minneapolis-Honeywell fan control. 27 West Columbia. rREEN STRAPLESS formal size 9—Brown boxer flannel suit size 12. Ph. 56332. 'RESENTS FOR GIRLS: Dresses from $1.19 to $1.98, slacks, $1.98, 100% Orolon Sweaters. $1.95. Four picture folding frame, 99c. Flash Cameras, $3.98 value, only $2.95. Bargain Center, 322 3rd. a. Household Goods GAS stove, apartment size. See' manager of Barnes Hotel. BOYS SCHWINN Bicycle. A-l ZIG ZAG sewing machine, taken, condition. $40. Ph. Walton 3400. in trade on an Electro Grand sewing machine. Balance due only $86.45, take over payments of $10 per'month. Phone 6313. Dealer. USED automatic washer, Westinghouse, price $50.00. Phone 6636 anytime. USED refrigerators, all makes, $39.95 up. Briggs Electric Co., 205 Fifth. USED 8 cubic foot refrigerator, $25. Phone 8171. GOOD used refrigerators at Fian- egin Ace Hardware, 310 E. Market. Ph. 4184. USED TV's, as low as $25.00. Goodyear Service, Sixth and Broadway. V. THOR IRONER, like new. Phone 50342. NEW fleecy-down dual control electric blanket never used. Phone 7408. LIONEL train, switches, $25. after 4:00. extra track, 4 848 W. Broadway 22-FOOT housetrailer, good condition, bottle gas stove, oil stove with fan, electric brakes, $225 cash. Can be seen at Shell Service Station at Reynolds, Ind. HOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED Anoka Trailer Court & Sales, 4 miles southeast of Logan on 35. CHRISTMAS trees and apples. Dwight Smith, north on 25. Airport road. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. on U. S. 38. Maple Springs. SINGER portable sewing machine, new case, new sew light with bobbin winder, only $27.50. Ph. 6313, Dealer. i FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. Vt mi. S. Akron. ADMIRAL COLOR TELEVISION GENERAL SUPPLY CO. FRED ANGLE-PHONE 40001 REFRIGERATOR, 9x12 and 11x12 rugs. Ph. 8710. RECONDITIONED televisions, 17" and 21", $35.00 to $75.00 cash. Northside Television-Radio Service. Phone 9964. e. Musical Instrument! 1958 Spinets, proven craftsmanship, lowest prices for 100 miles around. Terms. Thompson's, 834 West Miami. 4 room modern cottage. Garage attached. Nice lot. Immediate possession. Southside.' 3 bedroom modern home. 2 baths, gas heat. Westside.. FRANK T.MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Ph. 3063 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type auove quotations 190 to 210 19.15 210 to 230 18.75 230 to 250 18.35 250 to 270 17.75 270 to 300 17.35 Sows 15.50 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Close Highway 39 After Car Rams Bridge at Buffalo State highway 39 in Buffalo was closed Friday after an auto crashed into the west side of the bridge over the Tippecanoe river, shattering the supports and causing one section of the bridge to slip about nine inches below the road level. George Montgomery, superintendent of the State Highway Garage in Monticello, said that the road would be closed for an indefinite period unlil bridge engineers Jobless Pay Claims Drop In County Claims for unemployment compensation in Cass county dropped during the past week, but were ! considerably higher than at I same time last year. The weekly report of the local office of the Indiana Employment Security Division shows 123 new claims and 326 continued claims!" "","T '""!£ "1 """-' "J i pd in narkine lot meters filed during the week ending Thurs- :llen on ^"W 421 .** Monon and \ ^**™»$ ™ Tl^ $1,595.75 Meters Set New Record For Receipts Parking meter receipts in Lo- g-aiisport set a new all-time record in the week ended Friday, totalin? $1,595.75, according to the weekly report of Ralph Smith, city clerk-treasurer. The receipts were nearly $73 JlllL.^ >J^i *UVt 141*1 JJ. *Ji 1U£\= UlJgflJVWLig ... ,. .. . i can determine the extent of the higher than the previous wee x, damage and make repairs. wllc " they approached the record. In the meantime, traffic is being! The total came m $1,177 from over route 24 to Reynolds,, st«*t meters and $418.75 deposu- Veal 19.00 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens ...' 13 Heavy Hens 18 Third StrMt Market Veals .20 ... .18 .„. .12 Lambs .... Veal Hides Beef Hides 05 Eggs 40 PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 19.85 190 to 210 19.35 210 to 230 18.75 230 to 250 18.25 day, for a total of 449. For the week ending Dec. 12, there were 1<73 new claims and 504 continued claims for a total of 677. Last year at this time there were 308 persons unemployed. Officials at the employment office said the dorp this week was due to employees of several local factories being called back to work, but they expect more temporary layoffs next week. The office also had 113 claims •from Pulasfci county this week, as compared to 104 last week and 120 a year a go at this time. Claims form Fulton county this week totaled 129, up 20 from last week, and up 58 from a year ago. White county claims were up 12 from last week, with a total of 101, Last year 90 persons were unemployed during the same week. George Vaughan, manager of the local office, said the figures for White county do not include 400 empolyees of the RCA company in Monticello, who were laid off Dec. 13. These figures will be on next week's report, lie said. Vaughan went to Monticello Friday morning to process claims for the RCA employees. They are east on route 16 back to route 39. The accident occurred late Thursday night but were ava county sheriff Me'.ered lot No. 3, on East Melbourne avenue west of Fifth street, mgiu out no details^ a11 mefer< ^ lots with receipts ilable from the White j o£ ^-^- ReM1 P te ^ m ? th ^,^ s , uul ,, M1 erifr* office. - "ere: »• ^ ^'^^ *F a ' The driver of the car, reported \*°- *- *f.SO; No. 5, $o6.75; No. 6, to be from Clinton county, was not ^: :?v _.:.°,- /' ,T ,CV ^ m ^»r seriously injured 250 to 270 17.75 scheduled to return to work Jan. 270 to 300 17.25 jf Sows 15.25 down Boars 10.00-11.50 State headquarters of the Employment Security Division report- Tucker Faces Prison Term Robert E. Tucker, 35. of Peru, was sentenced to the Indiana state nrison for one to 10 years by Judge Clifford Wild in '.he Cass circuit court Friday morning on liis plea of guilty to a charge of entering to commit a felony. Tucker was charged with taking a trumpet from Logansport high school on November 18. He had pleaded guilty to a second degree burglary charge when ne was arraigned Tuesday, Dec. 10, but Judge Wi'.d deferred sentencing. That charge was dismissed when the new charge was- filed by Deputy Prosecutor Prank Tol- berl Friday morning. An auto banditry charge which was first filed against Tucker will be dropped, it was reported, That charge carries a sentence of 10 to 25 years. Stags 11.00-14.00 ec * l ' lat W.OOO fewer persons- are _ ._ At-n.nl/ivpf1 in imnflrrrir'.iltiiral nal-ic Wayne's Produce .„ .11 Leghorn Hens Heavy Hens 18 INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 7,000; steady or 25 higher; 180-240 Ib 19.25-20.00; 240-300 ib 2550 lower, 18.25-19.25; 270-330 Ib 17.SO-18.25; 130-160'lb 16.75-18.50. Cattle 350; calves 150; not enough to test market; standard employed in nonagricultura! jobs than at the same time last year. The decrease in employment from October to November was nearly 12,000, as compared to an average drop of 500 in past years. Most of the loss was blamed on seasonal changes and severe cut backs in some manufacturing industries. Hardest hit were the food and chemical industries. Other manufacturers of nondurable goods al- steers and heifers 16.00-21.00; veal- so showed losses. Workers in steel ers fully steady to strong, good mills, primary metals industries and choice 25.00-31.00; prime 32.00. i and the transportation equipment industries worked fewer hours and Smith pointed out that the meter receipts for the Christmas shopping season this year will probably not reach a new hig-h, duo to the four days of free parking which Mayor Ralph Eberts ordered. No meter deposit is required until after Christmas under the order issued this week. Expect Large Wheat Surplus WASHINGTON (UP) - The wheat surplus IB building up again. The Agriculture Department's first report on winter wheat production in 1958 showed a crop of 906,272,000 bushels is in prospect. This is almost 200 million bushels, or 28 per cent, more than the winter wheat harvest in 1957. It would be the fourth largest winter wheat crop of record. If such a crop materializes, and Uie spring wheat crop makes a corresponding increase in production, the entire wheat crop for 1958 would range up to 1,162,000,000 bushels. A total crop of this lion to 200 million bushels to the wheat surplus. The report on the tall-planted 1958 winter wheat crop Thursday was based on Dec. 1 conditions High Water Closes Roads INDIANAPOLIS (IIP)—The Indiana Highway Department today reported the following highways, taking into account weather, in- CHICAGO (-UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 167,000-Ibs. USDA price changes: Young torn turkeys 23-25; duck- Cheese single daisies and longhorns 39V4-40; processed loaf 3637; Swiss Grade A 43-45, B 41-43, C 39-41. Butter steady; 554,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59Vz; 90.score 58%; 89 score 58. Eggs easy; 7,000 cases; white large and mixed large extras 43; mediums 38; standards 40%; cur rent receipts 39. closed by high water: Ind. 157 southeast of Worthington. Ind. 235 east of Medora. Ind. 250 east of Dudleytown, Ind. 257 north of Otwell. Ind. 258 west of Seymour. Ind. 358 west of Plainville. took home smaller pay checks. CARROLL The average factory work week in Indiana during November was 39.8 hours, compared to 40.9 hours last year at the same time. The average work week dropped .3 of an hour since October. Car Breaks Utility Pole A 1938 model coupe was demolished and a utiiity pole, three rods of fence and two fence, posts were torn down in an accident at 9:25 CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: | a . m . Friday a mile and a quarter west'of the Washington township school on a county blacktop road., Danny Roberson, 16, of route 4, driver of Uie car owned by his mother, Isabel, told Deputy Sher- Wishing you the best of everything, and hoping your dreams come true. Otto Hilbert El'la Winn Estate Estimated $42,000 The estate of the late Ella Winn, route 1, Lucerne, was estimated at $42,000 in personal property when her will was filed for probate in the Cass circuit court. Bequests included a diamond ring to Mrs. Betty Lease, a share of Lucerne elevator stock to John Richard Herd, $500 to the Zion Methodist church in Harrison township, and house hold furnish ings to Donald and Catherine Herd Donald and Catherine Herd are to receive 80 percent and Robert and Bernice Hahn are to receive 20 percent of the residue of the estate. The will, dated May 2, 1956 names the Farmers and Merchants State bank as executor. O'Neil and O'Neill are the attorneys for the estate. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix METAL 10-hole nest sections, $11.95. Feeders and founts. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. TAKE over payments on 17" portable TV, $2.00 a week. Firestone Stores, Third and Eel River Ave. Ph. 3922. HENS that live to lay and pay— McCOY'S M-101 Strain Cross Hybrids, will give you high egg production, 12 to 16 months of lay. King's Hatchery and Feeds, Sixth and North St. SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS We wish to thank you for having us help you with your insurance and real estate needs. May we continue to serve you and help you buy one of our many listings for a real treat for you and your family. Cash or contract. A 5-room cottage in Lucerne. 6-room home on 20th St. 6-room home in Burnettsville. Douglas R. Martin and Roscoe Martin 202 Fourth St. Ph. 4567 FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marie Smith, Mpr* Phm 3295 MONEY VERY attractive modern bungalow home, Kewanna, empty, low price. Contact Deamer & Deamer, Realtors, Rochester. TOR SALE: The attractive 1 Murray home, one acre, Grass Creek, complete bathroom. Appraised value $4500. Empty. Call Deamer & Deamer, Realtors, Rochester. ON YOUR SIGNATURE Oft OTHER SECURITY $25 to $500 CASH LOANS UP TO $500 FOR THOSE HOLIDAY EXPENSES AND PURCHASES Phone, Write or Coll TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Acron From Th« City Building 606 Edit Broadway togansport, Ind. Phonv Hogs 8,000; under 250 Ibs fully steady to mostly 25 higher, over 250 Ibs fully steady to 25 higher; No. 2-3, 190-220 Ibs 19.50-19.80; 19.85; several lots pulling around 150 head mostly No. 1-2, 200-215 Ibs 20.00. Cattle 600, calves 100; not enough slaughter steers or heifers on sale to test prices; vealers steady; few standard and good slaughter steers 20.00-24.00; few standard heifers 19.00-21.50; commercial vealers 30.00 down. Sheep 500; not enough any one class to test price ranges but all represented sales steady in typical Friday cleanup trade; few small lots good and choice wooled slaughter lambs 21.00-22.50. Mrs. Jeannette Britton Of Delphi Dies at 81 DELPHI—Mrs. Jeanette Britton, 209 E Franklin street, died early oday at a Lafayette hospital af- er ten days illness. She was 81. Mrs. Britton formerly lived in Camden but moved'to Delphi af- er the death of her husband Elmer in 1951. She attended the Delphi Methodist church. She was born in Grand Rapids, Mich, on July 10, 1876. Survivors include a step-son Earl A. Britton, Eugene, Oregon; stepdaughter, Mrs. Joyce Griffis, Indianapolis; and one sister, Mrs. ; eore Fitzsimmons, Grand Rap- ds, Mich. Rites- will be held Sunday at the Gentry Funeral Home in Camden. Rev, Loren Campbell will officiate. Burial in Camden cemetery. Mends may call at the funeral lome after 6 p. m. Saturday. iff George Shanks that he wasjCn ar i es McFatridge, Clive, Law- headed west on a county blacktop | rence John-son, Thomas Forgery, road and was forced off the roadj an< j Robert Herr. They presented by a car he was attempting to ass. Damage was estimated at $40 ,o the fence and $125 to the util- ty pole. The car was a total loss. Girard Blames Communists for Jap Trial Issue OTTAWA, 111. (UP) — William Mr. Burnettsville and Mrs. Cecil Dodt Ask School Merger Vote DELPHI—A vole in Washington township has been asked by 145 residents of that school district on the proposed merger with Burlington, Monroe and Democrat townships. The proposed consolidation of the five school townships will hinge on results of that voie, expected to be taken in late January or early February. The merger would have been officially effected on Dec. 19 if the Washington township petition for a referendum had not been filed. Representing the petitioners are sect, and disease conditions for •the remainder of the 1958 crop season. In the last 20 years, the average change in the United States production estimate from Dec. l to harvest has been 114 million bushels. The maximum change was 274 million bushels in 1953 and the minimum change was 5 million bushels in 1956. The department ascribed the increased size of the prospective crop to good weather and lessened participation in the soil bank's acreage reserve program. Wheat producers signed up only 3,900,000 acres in the acreage reserve program for tfte 1958 crop. Last year the signup was 10,700,000 acres. the petition to Alex Hardy and Samuel 0. Sims, members of the township advisory board, OK Court Recess Until Jan. 6 for Hoffa Court Trial WASHINGTON (UP)—The Federal Court trial to nullify the election of James R. Hoffa as Team- Girard, the ex-GI whose slay-jsters president was slated to re- ing of a Japanese woman caused'cess today until Jan. 6. '"•"> " lif "'" K -"""'' ( Two Trusties at Prison Walk Away From Dormitory MICHIGAN CITY (UP) — Two State Prison trusties, one of them sentenced to life for being a habitual criminal, walked away from their dormitory early today. The fugitives were identified by Warden Alferd C. Dowd as Arthur Lewis, 41, and Boris E. Smith. Smith was sentenced from Vigo County in September, 1948, for 1-10 years on a charge of vehical theft, and to life for being a habitual criminal. Lewis was sentenced from Wayne County about the same time as Smith to 20 years for auto banditry. Officials said they lived in "K" dormitory outside the prison walls but in a area surrounded by a cyclone fence. It was not known whether they climbed over the fence or cut through it. an international controversy, has charged that his trial in a Japanese court was an act of 'political appeasement." Girard, a civilian less than 24 hours, made the accusation Thursday during an interview with Ottawa radio station WCMY. He arrived in Chicago Wednesday after spending more than 10 months in the limelight of an incident that went as high as the U.S. Supreme Court. He was discharged from service almost immediately. Girard, 22, said he was not able to 'talk freely" about the case and said most of the statements Issued in his name at news conferences in Japan were "supplied by the Army." Parcel Post Window Open Until 8 P. M. City mail carriers delivered , ft 159,193 pieces of mail and 2,493 hHlt ,. hpil . The suit was brought by 13 New York Teamsters. Attorneys for John Martin of Peru XUift 1 CilUJSl'ULS. 2\\-\fJL llvytl IUI j — I F\ J 1. 1_J both sides agreed to the two-week j rOUnd Dead at Home holiday recess at a conference! with Judge F. Dickinson Letts. There was no firm estimate of how long it would take to wind up the trial. It already lias gone three weeks .with the plaintiffs entering testimony designed to show that the recent election of top union officers was rigged. Burnettsville have received a let ter from • Army Headquarters in Japan and Yokohama, telling them that their daughter, Doris, was elected WAC of the month. She was graduated from Burnetts ville high school. Word was received here by Mrs. John Girard that her sister, Mrs. Joe Bower of Goodland is very ill and was removed [o St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lafayette. The Bowers recently lived in Burnettsville. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Davidson -and Mrs. Charles Brechbiel called on Mrs. Viola Moore at Galveston Sunday. Carol and.Cindy Hciny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Heiny spent a fe wdays with their grandparents, Mr. and MH. Clint Hei- parcel post packaes Thursday, the highest number of the year. Postmaster Sylvester Kelly said cancellations dropped to 78,809 on Thursday, from. Wednesday's total of 9,939. The parcel post window will be open Friday and Saturday until 8 p. m. Threaten New Strike On New York Subway NEW YORK (UP) — Transport Workers Union President Michael J. Quill threatened Thursday night to shut down New York City's entire public transit system at midnight New Year's Eve. Quill's rule of the subways has •been seriously challenged in the last two weeks, but observers said question he could lalt their operations through his PERU — John L. Martin was ound dead at his home, 113 W. Second street, about 5 p.m. Thursday. Al Flowers of Drake-Flowers funeral home said he had apparently jeen dead four hours, after a heart attack. The body is at Drake-Flowers, arrangements pending. PARTY AT CHURCH The Christmas party for needy children which will be held Saturday in conjunction with the Junior Chamber of Commerce shopping tour for the youngsters will be held at the Market street Methodist church, rather than at the Broadway church, it was reported Friday by Paul Cooke, Jaycee chairman of the shopping tour committee. control of powerhouse workers. Elks Annual Party Slated 9 A. M. Tuesday The Elks Lodge's annual Christmas party for children of the community will be at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, December 24, at the Theater Read the Classified Ads REPORT HIT-RUN Dick Parmeter, 308M- West Mar ket street, Thursday night report ed to police that his 1952 mode car had been struck and the right front fender damaged sometime Wednesday by a hit-and-run driv cr. He said the car had been parked in several places. THIS YIAR RAISE CB LEGHORN CROSS America's Finest Layers! HvcMttty. *drly WARSAW. IND. For Christmas Gfve That Delicious Russell Stover Candies Afways Fr»*h—Always Dtlicfou Always W«Icom« Only $1.35 Ib. box TIMBERLAKE'S SALE CALENDAR Dec. 20—Wilco Farms Roy Grume, Auct. Jan. 15—Preston Tieman Bridg*

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