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Tuesday Evening, November 5, 1957. 13 REAL ESTATE LONG TIME Farm Loans at reasonable rate of interest, write or call Bricker Insurance Agency, 65 W. Canal Street, Wabash. Indiana. Phones 715 Office and 37M Residence. Pu Dexim! Is simply "mixed up" spelled backwards but don't be backward nor mixed up by red tape involved in buying or selling. We really appreciate the opportunity to serve you well. Check our many listings—or—let us build your new home—or—let us sell your old property. If Income property is your desire—then you should "come-in" and investigate this 8 apartment buy. Located close-in, fully rented. A good investment, A-l condition. Perhaps you want a duplex for only $1,000 down, then see us at once! Dale W. McNutt YOUR REALTOR Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767—4886—2623 3-BEDROOM gas furnace, gooc location. Westside, $7500. Write Box A-42, this newspaper. 112 E. MELBOURNE—Double with 6 rms. one side and 7 rms. other, bsmt., gas heat, in good repair. 8 mi. Northeast—30 acres with 5 rm. cottage, good barn, Ig. shed, modern except heat. 100 acre estate on Shafer Lake, fine 3 bdr. home, caretakers apt., good barn, fences. 1131 NORTH ST.—2 bdr. modern, bsmt., new gas heat. 1607 GEORGE ST.—4 bdr. modern, sq type $9500 with $1500 dn. 1804 WOODLAWN—3 bdr. not mod., price only $4500 with $500 dn. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales Repr. 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Phone 7277 13. REAL ESTATE c. Farms 160-ACRE farm, good buildings mostly level land, $24,000. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th., Rochester. Dial CA-3-611L Latest Market Reports Hawkins Stockyards 200 to 225 16.25 225 to 240 16.00 240 to 260 15.75 260 to 280 15.65 18 ACRES, rich soil, 8 room house, 280 to 30 ° 15 - 50 modern, nice kitchen, new bath Sows 15.00 down new barn. Cost approx. $4,000. Large shaded lawn, garden. Between Akron and Rochester. Owner moving to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. 865 ACRES, sale or trad«. Level black soil, good sub-soil. Approx, 800 acres tillable. Ample bldgs. Good drainage. Crops this year, 600 acres corn, about 90 bu. per acre, wheat approx. 62 bu., beans 50 bu. Sell on contract or take smaller farm, income property grain elevators as part payment. A real money maker, see this before it is sold. Approx. 50 mile 'South of Chicago. 500 ACRES, level dark productive soil well fenced, tiled. Approx. 485 tillable. About .$100,000 in bldgs. Ideal cattle feeding or dairy farm. Ample room for 200 cows. On paved road, edge of town, grade and high school, Protestant and Catholic church. $280 per acre, 29% down. 560 ACRES, Lake County, about Boars ;. 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 PRODUCERS STOCkYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 17.00 190 to 220 '. 16.501 220 to 240 16.25 240 to 260 16.00 260 to 280 .-... 15.75 280-to 300 15.65 Sows 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Veals Third Street Market .20 Lambs .18 Veal Hides : 12 Beef Hides 04 Eggs. Wayne's Produce -.31 Leghorn Hens Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 .13 CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: 50 mile south of Chicago, one of.Heavy Hens the very best farms in Indiana.! Level black heavy soil, approx. 550 acres tillable. Extra well _ improved, 2 lovely homes plenty! decline in weights over 230 Ibs; of out bldgs well fenced. One No. 2-3 200-270 Ibs mainly 16.35.- County Sealer Gives Report An inspection of weighing and measuring devices in Logansport and Cass county during October showed that about 11 per cent of the devices tested were inaccurate, according to Charles Bennett, county sealer of weights and measures. Bennett said he tested 90 devices, of which ten were disapproved. He-said 48 of the instruments were meters on fuel oil and gasoline trucks. Seven of the meters showed an error of eight tenths of a gallon per 100 gallons. Ot 195 prepacked items of various commodities, the actual weight of 31 was different from the de- declared weight, Bennett said. Bennett added that state law requires all weighing and measuring devices to give accurate readings. He pointed out that no such instrument can maintain perfection, and must therefore be checked periodically, For that reason, the law allows a certain amount of tolerance in the scales. He said that a scale may be accurate one day, but may be in error the next day. Production At Ail-Time High in U. S. WASHINGTON (OP) - Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks disclosed today that the nation produced goods and services during the third quarter of this year at an all-time record annual rate of 439 billion dollars. Weeks said the gross national product for 1S57 will average out to about 435 billion dollars—also a new record as contrasted to 415 billion dollars in 1956, the previous high mark. Weeks gave the figures to a United Press reporter following a speech in which he said "There's nothing to be scared about in the justness situation today." He described the current situation as a leveling off from a climb to all- :ime economic highs. "In the long pull," he predicted, "our economy is bound to grow." Predicting that 1957 will turn'out to be a year of record prosperity, Weeks told the National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Assn. that 1959 may be a breather with I UOJX.fl.VTU VUi /—<ul»CDi.u».n, >]•— . fl — _ II I Hogs 13,000; 25-40 lower, most!/0/TOZ Enrolled of the best, sell contract, $50,000 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St., ' Rochester, Ind. Moscow Radio Renews Attacks Against Turkey BY UNITED PRESS! Cairo ' Radio hinted today that 16.65; weights over 230 Ibs mostly around 16.35-16.40; few lots No. 3, 210-240 Ibs lfi.25; several lots No. 1-2, 195-220 Ibs 16.75-K7.00. Cattle 5,500, calves 200; salable supply increased by 1,000 cattle mainly slaughter steers carried from Monday; slaughter 'steers early active steady to strong compared to Monday's low close; heifers steady to 25 higher; other classes steady; few loads and lots high choice and prime steers In Drivers Classes At High School INDIANAPOLIS (-UP) — State school authorities said today enrollment in driver education courses in Indiana high ' schools last year reached 28,462. Figures in the office of State School Superintendent Wilbur Young showed this compared with 26,051 students in driver training during the 1955-56 school year. Young said • 84 per cent of last year's students received behind Cairo Radio hinted today tnat 2550-27.25- most choice 24.00-25.25- **"" ". ™ uu j"™. 1B «" VBU . ue ""; u the assassination of King Hussein good grades i argc i y 2 1 00-23.0o'- the ™ h , eel dn " n S experience in of Jordan would be a fitting end oad lots mixed choice and prime «f. "»f *™™*- „ „ „ , ., 1 ROOM semi-modern house $5500. 608 South Center St. Flora. I room suburban home, built in 1951.-. 4 bedroom modern home. E. Bdwy. 3 bedroom modern home, George St. Duplex—Westside. Double—High Street. Building lots in city & country. Farms—Tell us size, we may have it. Douglas & Roscoe Martin, Realtors 202 Fourth St. Phone 4567 to what it called "those who betray the Arab cause." Moscow Radio renewed its ' at 1 tacks against Turkey, and Syria listed a new series of alleged violations of Syrian territory by Turkish war planes. The Cairo Radio broadcast— which brought sharp retorts and insults from Jordan—was almost an open appeal to the Arabs to kill the young ruler for alleged efforts to re?" 1 ' a peaca agreement with IF ''. leifers 24.75-25.00; good to average choice 21.00-24.35; v e a 1 e r s >7.00 down. Sheep 2,500; steady; good and choice wooled lambs 98-104 Ibs 21.00-22.00; cull to low good 13.0020.00; good to prime 92-99-lb shorn ambs No. 1-2 pelts 19.25-21.75. Fire Ruini Corn Crib COLUMBUS (OT)—A- 30-foot-taH corn crib described as one of the biggest in Bartholomew County was destroyed by fire today with a loss estimated at $23,000. Homer and John Glick, on whose farm near St. Louis Crossing! the fire occurred, said 9,000 bushels of corn were in the crib, a 20 by 60 foot structure built only recently. FOR SALE by owner: Modern home, 2708 E. Broadway. Gas heat, incinerator, carpeted, dishwasher." Dining room, living room, music room, kitchen, bath. 2 bedrooms down, 3 bedrooms up. Possession February 1. Call 6460. Showr: by appointment only. b. Lots 1 ACRE lot on Indian Creek Road with 5-inch well, tile drainage. Call 79-M, Camden, after 5. c. Pa rms 157.83 ACRES Good buildings—fences. 4 miles east Rochester, Ind. on blacktop road. One of the better farms in Fulton County. Call RALPH D. STEPP, REALTOR DEAMER & DEAMER, REALTOR CA3-2902 or CAS-6239, Rochester, Ind. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,000; mostly fully 50 ower; 180-250 Ib 16:50-18.75, some 0 17.25; 250-300 Ib 16.00-16.'50; leavier scarce; 130-160 Ib 14.7515.75; • 160-180 Ib 15.75-16.50. • Cattle 2,400; calves 250; fully steady to strong, scattered transactions 25-50 higher; good and choice steers 21.50-24.50; some 25.00; good and choice heifers 20.50-24.00; vealers fully steady to strong; good and choice 23.50-27.00, prime to 28.25. Sheep 1,000;.about steady; good and choice wooled and shorn lambs 20.00-21.00, some down to 19.50. LOANS PLAIN NOTE—ftUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY ' CONJOLIOATt MM* • CASH YOU NIID • MIDICAI irus • ANY GOOD PUKPOM TOWN FINANCE GROUND FLOOR OFFICE 1OGAMSPORT, INDIANA . 22S2 606 t. Broqdwayl DON'T DELAY Place Your Order Today! CORN CltliB $244.50 700 Bu. Easily assembled. 7-go. galv. welded mesh wire, framed in 6'xlO* sections. Steel roof hoi ventilated cap, and filling sec- lion. 15W high at peak. V.l'9" diameter. 1000 Bu. Capacity $329.00 MONTGOMERY WARD FARM STORE 504 North Phone 4193 "Our objective," Young said, 'is to make a credit course in driver education available to every boy and girl in Indiana on an elective basis." FHA Office in Chicago to Speed Processing Time CHICAGO ('UP.)-Federal Housing Administration Commissioner •Norman P. Mason said Monday night the FHA has taken steps to reduce processing time, cited as one of the main problems of FHA insuring offices. Mason said the organization is adding per' diem appraisers, authorizing overtime, and shifting office personnel to speed up processing time. Mason told the 50th annual convention of the National Association of Real Estate Boards the FHA Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribuna Thirteen United Press to Publish Book on World Coverage NEW YORK (UP) — "Deadline Every Minute," the story of the United Press and its world coverage of history-making events and personalities, will be published Tuesday. , - . . . , The book, written by Joe Alex beth II pledged the British goy-j MorrjSi is an acc ount of the first Queen Pledges to Work for World Disarmament Plan LONDON ('UP)— Queen Eliza- rectly related to the current volume of bussiness. eminent today to work for world disarmament so that the advance of science shall not be "retarded by the fears of mankind." Her speech, opening the 1957-58 session of Parliament, came as through space Russians were '"; threatening to boycott all disarma- 50 years of a world-wide news agency. It tells of fjais of reverting that recorded history day by day for the reading and listening Lenders can help cut down on processing time, he said, by forwarding applications promptly and completing them in all respects. Unsound housing financing practices may be encouraged by an insufficient supply of mortgage money, Mason said, urging: "Let's work together to see that yesterday's mistakes are not made all over again today." iment talks with the West. The Queen's speech, written for tier by Prime Minister Harold Macmillan's Conservative,.government, made no direct reference to the Soviet Union's sensational scientific accomplishments. But it only." He emphasized that "this sideways movement is in fact on a record high plateau." New Explains Gas Blast Vote Today In 3 States By UNITED PRESS Voters in New Jersey, York, Virginia and Pennsylvania cast their ballots in nationally sis-, dial's office that she had turned nificant elections today. The White: on a new tank of gas Saturday House was the background for, morning, but had neglected to re- PERU — An accumulation of propane gas was blamed for the explosion that injured Mrs. Golda McManus, of the Borneman Trailer camp here Sunday. Mrs. McManus told Fire Chief Walter Burrous and a representative from the state fire mar- Pasquale Sacchini Succumbs at Age 77 Pasquale "Patsiy" Sacchini died at St. Joseph Hospital at 7:15 a.m. today. Be was-76 years old." The deceased man was born in Sanfcreawgelo, Italy on June 5, 1881, to Secondo Sacchini and Adeline Vandi. He worked for the Pennsylvania railroad here and was retired since 1948. Survivors include . three sons, Michael of South Bend, Pete of M07 Fourteenth street; John at home; four daughters, Mrs. Emma Lombardini of Mishawaka; Mrs, Flora Mordent! of 1335 Erie; Mrs. Clara Firmani, 715 B ring- hurst, Mrs. Margaret Albright of 424 Twelfth street; two sisters in Italy, Mrs. Maruicci Saucesi and ten | Auto-Truck Crash Causes $675 Damage Damage estimated at $675 was caused in an auto-truck collision at 2 o'clock Tuesday morning on U.S. highway 24 four miles west of Logansport at the second overhead bridge. Zannard Townsend, 39, of' route 1, BurnettsviUe, headed west in a 1946 model pickup truck, was starting to .make a left. turn when the rear of the vehicle was'struck by a westbound 1954 model sedar driven by Mrs. Kyra 'Louise Boat' right, 27, of Wt North Dewey street, Monticello, pushing the truekinto the bank at the side of the road. Mrs. Boatright told Deputy Sher- iffi George Shanks, who investi gated, that it was raining and she was unable to stop the car on the wet pavement. Damage to the car •owned by her mother, Mrs. Nellie Shields, Monticello, was . estimated at $450, while the damage to the truck was estimated at '. New Jersey's hot gubernatorial race. Segregation, and remotely Little Rock, was the issue in Virginia. The nationally important races: —New Jersey's battle for the governor's mansion matched incumbent Democrat Robert Meyner and Republican Malcolm Forbes, an aggressive challenger backed personally by President Eisenhower. Meyner, if he wins, may be a 1960 White House contender. He was the favorite. —Virginia's contest for governor I centered on methods of preserving segregated schools, State Sen. • Ted Dalton, the Republican nom- !ight the pilot lights on her stove. She said she worked Saturday night from 3 to 11 o'clock and went straight to bed when she re turned home. The evplosion oc- The author traces the growth of the U. P. fro its founding by E. W. Scripps in 1907, when it served 369 newspapers, through the momentous first half or the 20th Century to yesterday's international crises. The U. P. now serves 4,833 clients around the globe. The exciting business of collecting the news — daring wartime enmic accompiisnmenis. urn, a c drud g ing ubor to turn up was clear what she was refer- .A.' ,.„,_,_„ „,„..„_ .,„.,„ mns . ring to. I political intrigue, clever code messages to thwart foreign censorship, the brash expense account items lhat go with foreign correspondence ("One mule, shot out from under me")—fills the pages with anecdote and journalistic the stove. Damage to the McManus trailer was estimated at $8,000. An adjacent trailer belonging to Mr. Russia Tries to Force UN Vote on Disarm Commission UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (UP) achievement. -The Soviet Union, threatening a. Sucii well - known newsmen s boycott of arms talks with the | names as Roy W. Howard, Karl A. West, tried to force a vote today|Bicke, Hugh Baillie, Frank H. on its demand for an 82-nation'Bartholomew, Raymond Clapper, ' UN. Disarmament Commission. Paul Mallon, .William Philip Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Simms, Webb Miller, Westbrook • Vasily V Kuznetsov called on the j Pegler, H. Allen Smith, Lyle C. General Assembly's main political (Wilson, Walter Cronkite, H. D. • . committee to give "priority" to a! (Doc) Quigg Merriman Smith. vote on his resolution over, a 24- and . scores of otner s figure in the . nation western disarmament action .. Such headline-producing stufi aa Clapper's finding of the "smoke- filled room" in which Ihe nomination of Warren G. Harding was de- " ; cidcd upon, the Snyder-Gray and" Hauptmann murder t r 1 a 1 s, the ' Huey Long assassination, the Ed-" • ward VIII abdication, the decisive political and battlefield moves of . World Wars I and II, and the" Bergman - Rossellini romance is told with the skill of on-the-spot re- measure. Explain Plans for Cub Packs and Dens Organization of cub scout packs and dens was explained to 31 cub leaders at the first of three train- curred Sunday morning when she;ing session Monday night at boy struck a kitchen match to light | scout headquarters in the city i building. Richard Posner, Three Rivers Council field, executive, said the group discussed the purpose of cub candidate, lormer btate Attorney, .... , TV,,,,,,,- v,,.^,., *>„.,.*.„ and Mrs. Vance Cosens was dam- scouting and saw a fatal, What aged to an extent of about $3,000! Cub Scouting Is." and the Consens' 15 - month old; The training course is being con- daughter narrowly missed being j ducted by cub pack^329, sponsored struck by a board which hurtled" """ "" * through the wall. Fire Chief Burrous said the General J. Lindsay Almond Jr. Almond carried 4he banner of Sen. Harry F. Byrd and "massive resistance" to federal court integra- :ion orders. Almond was the f a- vorite. —New York City voters judged a heated campaign for mayor of the nation's largest city. Mayor Robert F. Wagner, a dark, horse for the 1960 Democratic presidential or vice presidential nomination, was expected to have little trouble beating off the' challenge of Robert K. Christenberry, the Republican nominee. —In Philadelphia's suburban 13th District Republican John A. LaFore faced off against Democrat Glenn W. Preston for the seat vacated by the resignation of GOP Rep. Samuel K. McConnell Jr. dition at Duke's hospital Tuesday morning. Star City The WSCS of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Worship will be led by Mrs. Russell Nate, and the lesson will be given by the Winamac American Legion. Members of the training committee are: Claude Conley, Thomas Knouf, Phil Kruzik, Marjorie Conley, Pauline Kruzik, Armella Watrous and Wihna Smith. Representatives from eight packs were present at the meeting. The subject of next Monday's meeting will be the "Achievement Plan," Posner said. He said leaders from other packs are welcome to attend the classes. Mrs. G-uiseppina Oarlini; grandchildren and four grandchildren; three sons are dead, Joe; Robert, Peppino; his wife Matilda is dead. Funeral rites are pending at the Kroeger Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.tn. Refuses to Talk To Rackets Probers By JOHN A. GOLDSMITH United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON TOP) — George Kamenow, Detroit manager for Nathan W. Shefferman's labor relations firm, claimed his privilege under the Fifth Amendment today and refused to give the Senate Rackets Committee personal records or information on "union busting" activities. Chairman John L. McClellan OD-Ark.) said that it was "a pretty sad commentary, in my view, on .business and management" when they make use of agencs who "have to take the Fifth Amendment because if they told the truth.it might tend to incriminate them." ' Plans to Separate Mi|itary From .* T j ' Checks Teachers Retirement Fund INDIANAPO;. 0 'VIP' - Cover- por Handley called a meeting to- HIGHWAY DEATH .INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Indiana's weekend '-traffic death toll reached four with a belated report of the death of Sarah E. jna teachers ro'u'emenl fund is on the verge of going broke . Handley called in actuaries to meet with tne Lcgislatire Advisory Commission ir.i? discuss 3 report by one expert that he was "apprehensive" abo.Jt the sizu of the f':nd from which teachers pensions are pflid. CAB SIDESWIPED Charles Jump of route 1, Walton, reported to police at 8:17 p.m Sunday that his automobile was sideswiped by a "hit and run" car while it was parked across the street/ from 1427 Meadlawn Drive. was struck by an automobile Saturday night. Monday night she will try to sep-, arate military from economic aid' in the next session of Congress. "There is no place in the American budget for major 'economic aid, for aid to Communist Yugoslavia, Poland or Nehru's India," Mrs. Harden told a Green Hill Farm Bureau meeting. But she said overseas bases must ,be maintained and said economic help should go to countries "such as in Formosa, in which our own American self- interest is clearly served.'' Mrs. Harden said military aid should be put in the defense budget and economic aid should be put before Congress in separate measures for-each nation. Carpenter and Mrs. Don Grostefon. Hostesses are Mrs. Lloyd Royer, Mrs. Firman Haselby, Mrs. Nathan Abbott, Mrs. Floyd Knebel and Mrs. Harold Sutton. Members of the Sunshine Society of the Star City high school are sponsoring a sale of candy. They also will conduct the Salvation Army drive in Van Buren township. Volunteer firemen will be in charge of the Muscular Dystrophy fund drive in Van Buren township. Debbie McClellan, five-year-old „ .. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton ?;,.„"] I McClellan, broke two bones in her foot last week while playing at her home. Mr. and. Mrs. Oscar Simmermaker left town Tuesday to spend the winter in Arirona. Mrs. Kathryrt McFadden ami Mrs. H. Becker, of Crown Point, spent last Wednesday here with Mrs. Delia Strong, and Miss Edna Stephens. The Kumjoinus class of the REPORT ON STAMP SALE The sale of intangible tax stamps at the Cass county' treasurer's office during October totaled $438.15, it was reported Tuesday fay Treasurer Clarence Settlemyre. Court Notes Mrs. Beverly J. Burgess, 1407 porters. Told, too, is the story of U. P.'* constant fight for press freedom on a global scale and its stand against monopoly in news gathering and distribution. The book is a Doubleday & Co. publication ($5.00). Turning Point Due Soon for U.S., Egypt CAIRO (-UP)—The next two • weeks may provide a critical turning point, for better or for worse, in relations between Egypt and the United States, western diplomatic sources said today. The sources, not Americans, said the United States may be able to • East ""Broadway, "asks custody of j turn the tide of its relations with .!.-._ _!-:u :_ - -,.;* *™- ,ii,rn,-/.a all the- "neutral Arab nations de- • their child in a suit for divorce from John Burgess filed Monday in the Cass circuit court. She charges cruelty. The couple was married Dec. .11, 1954, and separated Oct. 20, 1957, according to Uie complaint filed through the law firm of O'NeiH and O'Neill. Emery Robertson of Hoovers charges cruelty in a suit for divorce from Eva Robertson'in the Cass circuit court. The couple was married May 15, 1956, and sep- all the- "neutral" Arab nations despite the latest psychological vie- . tory the Soviet Union scored with Sputnik II. The key lies in an agreement on compensation by Egypt to shareholders of the private company than ran the Suez Canal before. Egypt nationalized it last year. Talks on this are known to be going on through U.N. Secretary Genera! Dag Hammarskjold. And there are strong reports here that World Bank President Eugene Black is coming to Cairo Christian church heW a hard-times In other city court action five *• - . ,UUKI:JIV uia\-n la ^UJI 111 IK IAJ Viall W arated Oct. 28, this year accord- soon tfl talk to Pres j dcnt Gama , ing to the complaint filed through Attorney R. M. Rhodes of Peru.. HOT GUILTY PLEA Norman Means, 1422 Erie Avenue, entered a plea of not guilty in city court to charges of window peeping and Judge Harold Tuberty set Dec. 3 as date of his trial. Means, 33, has been releas : cd on $250 bond. party Monday night at the Jiome of Mrs. Lulu Barlow. Fines were collected from the better dressed and lunch was served in paper bags. A general business meeting was held and games were played. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hall will leave soon to spend the winter in Holly Hill, Florida. Dr. . and Mrs. Bert Taylor, of Lakeland, Florida, visited here recently wife friends. Mrs. Taylor is the former Lottie Jones of here. persons were fined for traffic violations: Jim A. WiUis, McKinney, Tex. $10, speeding; Nina May Ballard, route 4, $9, speeding; Okal M. Voorkus, Mishawaka, Ind., ?5, and Ray J. Carbiener, Plymouth, Ind., $5~ both driving on left of double yellow line;' and Catherine E. Dallon, 2205 Jefferson, $t. running a red light. Read the Classified Ads NEW GUERDON SPARCAST BUDDY CHAMPfON COZY NEW NEW MOON SPARTAN PACEMAKER LECAR CADILLAC NEW HALLMARK GREAT LAKES TRAVBLO ANDERSON DETROUER We will give you a liberal trade-in for your frailer or furniture on one of the b«au- tiful Mobile Homes. W» have a Mobile Home to fit every family and families pocketbook. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, INC. 2 mi. south of Peru on U. S. 31 Phone Peru Gridley 39808 BONN TO END PAYMENTS BONN, Germany (UP) — West Germany will end its "contribution t'o the cost of allied troops stationed in this country next March 31, a foreign office spokesman said today. The spokesman added, ho*ever, that under the North Atlantic Treaty, nations with troops, sta- ,tioned in West Germany could i seek' bilateral negotiations with Bonn over support costs after that date. Abdel Nasser, presumably about- ihe settlement of that issue and the future development of the canal. Agreement on canal compensation would clear the way for the unblocking of Egyptian government funds in the United States, now about $2,600,000. Western diplomatic sources be- live it would clear the atmosphere of some ot the present bitternesi and offer both sides a n.ew chance to patch up hard feelings. Death and Funerals PATTENGALE Funeral services for Mrs. Nanni* Pattengale, 69, who died at Fort Collins, Colorado, will be at t p.m. Wednesday in the McCloskey- Hamilton funeral home. The Rev.- Harold King will officiate. Burial. will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. The family requests that flower* be omitted. IN LOTS OF TROUBU — Chicago builder Frank Trolani has reason to icnitch his head In puzzlement aa ho stand* near these two houses ha built They're qn the wrong lots In a suburb west ot the city. Troianl'g lota are' adjacent. The owner of tnese lots contends that either the houses are now his, or Trolani must move them off and fill the basement excavations. Trolani-has appealed hi* predicament to Superior court. ' (IntirnottcnoiSoundpliotol \ EMPLOYMENT UP WASHINGTON (UP) — Fewer workers were on strike during the STUDEBAKEB ; Final rites for William T. Stu<Je-' baker, 55, route 4, city, were held. Tuesday morning in the McClos : key-Hamilton funeral home, witft'. the Rev. M. I/.- Robinson officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope ceme-. tery. Funeral , LISTEN services for Maggie-. Listen, route 4, city, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Fisher fun- onths oflhls^arlhan eral home wiUi the Rev. EL C.' n any comparable period since Carroll and the Rev. Ray Skdton. ;he end of World War H, the La- jor Department said Monday Department statistics showed 3,025 strikes idled 1,250,000 workers dur- ng the period and that work tune lost due to the strikes amounted to 0.16 per 'cent of all time worked. SWEDES BUILD MISSILE STOCKHOLM, Sweden (OT)— Jweder. has built a guided missile which is being tested by two destroyers, it was announced today. The missile is fired by a rocket and pcwered by a 'jet engine and can hit a target in any kind. of whether, the announcement said. officiating. Burial will be in St.-.. John's cemetery. INJURED IN CEASH PERU - Miss Verna S. Miller; 27, of Amboy, was injured slightly • at 7'a.m. Tuesday when she lost, control of her car on a curve ot the Frances-Slocum trail near Pe- 1 oria. State trooper Robert McGowan said Miss Miller was enroute north when the car skided sideways and rolled over on : ts top. McGowan said it was raining at the time. He estimated damage to the 1950 auto at about $800. SALE CALENDAR : Nov. 8—Joe's Auction Room Teel, Auct.; N OV . g—Berkshire Auct. House Waldron, Auct.' Nov. 12—Guy Bryant Harold Steiner: Nov. 13—Roy L. Lytle Estate Bridge Auct.". Nov. 16—Mr*. Perry Miller .........R. Rinehart & Soru •

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