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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Floods Face Po Valley : - ROVIGO, Italy (UP) — Cloudbursts in the mountains and new leaks in the levees threatened fresh .disaster today for the rich farmlands in the delta of the River Po, Italy's Mississippi. Emergency crews worked in torchlight through the night in the left bank of the Po Di Gnocca, •one of the river's many mouths. 'The breach threatened Porto Tolle, a farming center of 20,000. Meanwhile, torrential downpours in the Alps swelled the Po's tributaries. The Adda, one of the main ' affluents of the Po, rose sharply following a rain and hailstorm*in the Sondrio area, near the Swiss border. It was expected to be several days before the new -masses of •water roaring down the Po's tributaries reach the delta. This meant the flood danger in the area would not be over for another week. No one dared to predict how long the soaked levees still standing in the delta would hold up under the pressure. They have been slowly dissolving in many places. Already under water were an estimated 12,000 acres of farmland In the Ariano area, from which 35,000 farmers were being evacuated. Read the Classified Ads Acousticon's New Px Receiver For Nerve Deafness Tucks behind the Ear with colorless sound tube to the ear...it defies detection Hear people talking . . . but can't clearly understand words Come In ... find out without cost or obligation If your IOSH Ifl due to nervo deafness. If you can't come in Mend lite coupon. ACOUSTICON HEARING AID SERVICE CLINIC Hotel Barnes, Logansport Tues, June 25,10 a.m.-8 p.m. Acousticon of Frankfort M. C. Murphy, Dlstr. 100S East Walnut St. Frankfort, Jnd. | Plcnno Nenil mfl more Information ~ about tile Kx Receiver. Address City Zone Slate • NO BUG WORRIES THIS SUMMER with ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS & DOORS 3 MAJOR MANUFACTORS BRANDS TO CHOOSE PROM. Expert Installation Free Estimates Giadly! PHONE 3666 'Just North On Road 17 - KEEP COOL- Aluminum Awnings At low ai $5.00 par month Ross Reid's Roofing Co. 217.219 5th St. Phon. 3388 Eitimotei Fr«« Teamsters Organize Gasoline Stations FORT WAYNE (UP)—A move to organize all Fort Wayne service stations under Teamsters Local 414 was all but completed today, a union spokesman said. 'The drive to organize the stations came at the height of the controversy over trading stamps and giveaways of gasoline as a means of increasing business. "Ernest Farrell, business agent for Local «4, said the union already had signed up 60 dealers as card-carrying members and it was only a matter of time before the others followed suit. Farrell said his union would "stabilize" the entire gasoline market in 'the rea, eliminate trading stamps and giveaways and put' an end to unprofitable gas wars. He said a contract already signed with some dealers was based on a similar pact now in use in Gary. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Cord of Thanks We wish to thank Dr. Hall, staff of St. Joseph hospital, Rev. Robin-j son, members of the Baptist Tern-' pie, Chase and Miller staff, Wal-| green employees, friends and neighbors of Seven Mile ana Logansport. communities for kindness; shown during the illness and death of our Dear Mother and Sister Rosa Myers. Children Brothers and Sisters In Memory of Mrs. Clara B. Price who is sadly missed by her husband, Harry W. Price, and her daughter, Mrs. Thelma Pohl: A year ago today She slipped into eternal peace, Leaving us behind With a yearning that shall never cease, Until we meet again. The love she gave us here Still guides us like the brightest star, Leading us beyond The here and now, to that place afar Where we shall meet again: • SIDING-ALL KINDS! Ross Reid Rfg. Co. Phone 3388 217 5th St. ESTIMATES FREE Hot Stuff MOUNT VEBNON, 111. (UP)— Truck driver Ronald Adcock -is a dutiful man who'picks things up and takes them where they're supposed to go, no matter how objec-| tionable the job may be. When a fire broke out in his garbage truck, Adcock saw- his duty clearly. He - drove the smoldering truck straight to the tire department, objectionable odor of frying table scraps and all. STREET NAMES SCORED . WILTON, Conn.—The Wilton Historical Society objected strongly to a Town Planning Commission pro- posal - to name two new streets "Pink Cloud Lane" and "Thistle Lane." The society referred to the first as "silly" and said the other was a "most pernicious weed." Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: GJ. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana NOW IS THE TjME TO HAVE YOUR HEATING PLANT EXPERTLY SERVICED TO ASSURE TOP PERFORMANCE NEXT WINTER GRANDSTAFF HEATING 221 So. 6th Phone 2463 .Saturday Evening, June 22, 1957. CUPID. WINS DETROIT — Council President Louis Miriani moved to table a motion seeking a raise in the mar-, riage license fee from $2 to $5, with the comment, "In a mailer such as this I will stick with Cupid." His notion was passed by unanimous vote. BE SMART SAVE MONEY Everyone likes a bargain—especially when it's a real bargain. Today you can save money by filling your bin, with the best coal mined, at lower spring prices. It's smart to prepare for next winter's snow and winds by filling your bin now. NEW-NEW-NEW REALGAS GASOLINE The Refining Industries most improved, most advanced High^ Octane Gasoline, gives more mileage, lower price . Try A Tank full JACK FULTZ 700 North St. FRANK SAMMONS 18th and Woodlawn ROSCOE NEWPORT 818 West Market, Hi-way 24 VEBDOL MOTOR OILS Treasure Chest Dividend Stamps We TRY! We fry to sell fuel so good. At prices so reasonable. With a service so dependable, and a spirit and courtesy so friendly that you will want to buy YOUR Coal and Oil from Us! ALDER COAL & OIL CO. 1403 Woodlawn Phone 4422 Chronicle Printing Co. 'QUALITY PRINTING • DL one 435 IS NDT EXPENSIVE » ' n ° ne ^JO WEEK END SPECIALS WATERMELONS, red ripe POTATOES PEACHES, U. S. No. 1 CANTALOUPE, Large 36 size GREEN BEANS, fancy crisp TOMATOES, large ripe ORANGES, Florida juice 98c 50 Ib. bag98c 4lbs.49c 2 for 39c 3lbs.39c ?lbs.49c 1 • 3doz. $1 OPEN SUNDAY AND DAILY, 8 A. M. TO 10 P. M. 17th Street Fruit Market 17th & Erie Ave. Plenty Free Parking Space Phone 4258 BECAUSE OF A BENT STEERING KNEE Un-balinccd wheels, bent knees, mis. aligned frames, aren't jusr nuisances tc the driver. They wear'out car and tires, cause steeting parts failutc, loss of control, blow-outs—ACCIDENTS! BEFORE thai happens, come in for Safety check-up on out scientific BEAR Equipment! Thank Your Repair Man For "The Accident That Didn't Happen" Ben Pennington Auto Rebuilder 522 North Phone 42241 Chocolate Chip Special! Schlosser's Ice Cream » A Delicious Tasty Treat Pint 30C Quart JVC % Gal. 89C PHOTO FINISHING Film brought in before 10 a.m. week days — ready by 6 p. m, same day, - U. S, POSTAL STATION NO. 2 BURKS Store Hours: Sun., 8 a. m. to 12:30 noon—5 p.m. to 10:30 p. m,—Week Days: 7:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. THIRTEENTH & BROADWAY New Phone 5966 SPECIAL for SAT. and SUN. MER-DEL ICE CREAM BANANA ICE CREAM *°Siii™69c BUTTER PECAN KRISP EBERTS' DRUG STORE 1830 East Broadway Phone 3854 June Spec/of Buy Coal Now and Save Si.00 per ton When buying 3 ton Coal prices are lowest right no\vl That's why it pays to fill your bin now and pocket savings aplentyl You can spread the cost thin over many months by using our budget plan. ALL COALS WILL BE SCREENED JF SO DESIRED WOLF COAL & SUPPLY CO. Phone 3990 314 Heath St. TODAY LAST DAY FREE GIFTS FOR ALL Valuable Prizes 416 HIGH STREET NO OBLIGATION TO BUY - JUST REGISTER FOR THESE FREE GIFTS. YOU MAY BE A LUCKY WINNER! 1st PRIZE - Choice of Kelvinator Refrigerator . . . K42G11 -Automatic Washer WAG-2 or Dryer DEG-2. 2nd PRIZE - 36" FLORENCE GAS RANGE. 3rd PRIZE - B. F. Goodrich (pair of whitewall) Lifesaver Tires. 4th PRIZE - SCHWINN SPITFIRE BICYCLE 26". 5th PRIZE - MOTOROLA RADIO. NOTHING TO BUY - JUST VISIT THE B. F. GOODRICH STORE DURING THE GRAND OPENING. While you are here - Look over the many Grand Opening Bargains we are offering - Savings on all merchandise. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! OPEN 'TILL 9 PM TONIGHT odrich B.F.Goodrieh RS

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