Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Special Delivery Stamps To Cost 30 Gents Monday . WASHINGTON (UP)—The cost 'of a special delivery stamp goes up Monday from 20 cents to 30 cents. Charges for registered and ilisurel letters and money orders also go up. These and other boosts hi special postal services, expected to hike post office revenues 28 million dollars a year, were proposed last WILLIAMSBURG, Va' (UP)— month by Postmaster General Ar-jThe government ban against send- thur E. Summerfield. They are ing federal funds to Indiana* for designed to help cut back the Post purchasing highway right-of-way Office Department's yearly deficit, was lifted Monday. Remove Ban On Hoosier Road Funds ' Summerfield invited comments by June 15 on the proposed 'increases. A spokesman said few letters were received. As a result the following changes will take effect July 1: Special delivery: Increase from 20 cents to 30 cents for items up to two pounds; similar 10-cent increases in other weight categories. government I; right-of-way minimum charge from 10 to 15; ApnUS when the highway scandal Cents ' State Highway Chairman John Bertram Tatlamy, Federal highway administrator, announced at the 49th annual governors' conference here that the government had approved the new procedure set up in Indiana for purchasing right- of-way. Lifting of the ban paved the way for a $300 million road building program in Indiana. The Federal Registered mail: Increase in the minimum fee from 40 cents to 50 cents with the rate for $1,000 liability, the present maximum, raised from $1.75 to $2. The department proposes to expand Ha- billty up to $10,000 for which the charge will be $4.25. The return receipt fee will go up from 7 to 10 cents. Insurance fees: Increases ranging from 5 to 10 cents on items valued' above $10. COD service; An increase from Peters said the government's decision removed the only roadblock to the state's four-year highway construction program. However, Tallamy said it would be a few weeks before three million dollars set aside for the purchase of property on the Madison CROSSWORD PUZZLE Antwer to ACROSS 1—Republican party (lnlt.) i— Two times 0— Vehicle 12—Macaw 13—Solemn vowa 14—Mohammedan namo 15—.Recompense 17—With arms on • hlpa ,11—Skill 20—Squnnder 21—Coun tananco 23—Greeting 24—Thick grasses 27—Nativ* metaj 28—Eage 30—Comb, form: to brcatna • 31—Negativ* 32—Touching 3*—For Instance (nbbr.) . 5—Former Russian ruler J7—Man's nickname 38—Swordsman'* dummystaka 38—Indian stringed Instrument 41-JFootball position (abbr.) <2—Prohibits . 43—Calls 45—Vast ag« 4G—Comely 48—Elbow-shaped handles 61—ElectrlHed particle 62—Mistake S4 —Lamprey 55—Footliko part 5G—Europeans 67—Period ot tlm» DOWN 1—AerJform fluid 2—Anglo-Saxon money 3—Protantlou* home ., 4—Civil injury ' 5—Manner 6—Pronoun 7—Fellow (colloq.) 8—Glacial ridge 9—City In New Jersey 10—Priest!* vestment 11—Spanish for • "river" IS—Exist 18—Clumsy 20—Warblurs 21—Baptismal basins 22—Got up ' 23—Suspend 25—Put ott 2B—Dirties 28—Sun god 20—Temporary Hholtor • S2—Handle 33—Compass point 36—CJty Jn Grcsc» 38—Yielded gold 40—Ceremonies 42—Neckplcco 44—Old musical fnstrument 45 —Ts mistaken •JC—Fruit saod 47—Fish eggs , 48—Malo swan 43—Now Zealand parrot £0—Crafty . 63—Railroad fabbr.) lis and the Tri-State Highway 'in Late County would be made available. Tallamy said as soon as reappraisals of the value of property along the two highways were 20 cents to 50 cents on any item "•""* "' c l ™" "'B ways ware which must be delivered into the made money "frozen" by the gov- v/hich must be delivered into the hands of a specific person. Certified mail: Boost in service charge from 15 cents to 20 cents. Return receipt up from 7 to 10 cents. Charge for delivery to a specified person increase! from 20 to 50 cents. Special handling: Fees for parcel p&st advanced to range from 25 to 50 cents. They are now 15 to 25 cents. Periodic correction of mailing lists: Increase in minimum charge from 25 cents to $1 on lists having more than 20 mailing addresses. Old charge of 1 cent per name raised to 5 cents. This is a service to businessmen and similar groups who submit mailing lists to the post office for correction. Business reply cards: Increase from 3 to 4 cents wilih the charge 1 of each piece of enclosed mail in business reply envelopes raised ernment would be available for the projects. Macy Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bash of South Bend.,were supper guests! Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bash.' Mrs.' Scott Stinson recently attended commencement exercises in Des Plaines, 111., where her grandson,' John Sisulak, was. graduated. Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Cover and Indiana is one of the key states ! family have returned to their home from 1 to 2 cents. Notices of undcu'verable mail: Increase from 3 to 5 cents per notice for second, third and fourth classes. Goodrich Announces Winners of Prizes .Mrs. Fred Scagnoli of 1925 Spear street won first prize Saturday at the conclusion of the four-day grand opening celebration of the B. F. Goodrich store at the new location, 416 High street. Ken Scott, manager of the store, said Mrs. Scagnoli will have a choice of three applianccs--a Kel- vinator. refrigerator, an automatic washer, or a dryer. Lee Honhnc of route 1, Rochester, won the second prize of a 36" Florence gas range. The third prize, a pair of B. F. Goodrich Whitewall Lifesaver tires, was won by Larry G. Cromer of 1010 W. Market street. Mrs. Milford A. Moss of route 5, Logansport, won the fourth prize--a Sch-winn Spitfire 26" bicycle. Raymond Handy of 1205 Pleasant Hill won the Motorola radio, the fifth prize. in the new interstate highway program," Tallamy told the governors. "We want the stale to make proper progress." Weather Causes 10 Fatalities in Italy ROVIGO, Italy (UP)-Ten persons, including five children, died Monday in weather-caused tragedies in southern and northern Italy, it was reported today. Five children, all between the ages of 12 and 14, were drowned in the sea of a small boaeh in Sardinia while seeking relief from a scorching heat wave swooping southern Italy. A father also was drowned while trying to rescue his daughter. In Sicily, Vdnconz CrlvoHo, 33, in Indianapolis after spending the week with his mother, Mrs. Hilda Cover. Mr ; and Mrs. Scott Stinson recently entertained Mrs. Glayds Chambers and granddaughter, Barbara Smith, of Cornwallis, Oregon 'and Ethel Miller and Suart Sisu- lak. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Richardson were callers Saturday in the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs; Biane Hirsh. Mrs. Lola Collins and son had guests Saturday from Athens. The Never-Quit-Class of Christian church will meet this Thursday with Mrs. Claude Palmer as hostess. ' Christian Bible school closed Friday after two weeks of session. A died of sun stroke as the Miermom-, program was presented Sunday cter spared to a high of 102 de-l grees in the shake. Heavy rains and thunderstorms lashed northern Italy. Two persons were killed when struck by light- Air Tragedy Toll Reaches Twenty-three across the missing plane's probable Jine of flight Monday without turning iip a trace of the,craft. Aboard the downed plane were Owen S. Curran Jr. and'Pete Fry Jr., both of Fort Worth, and John O'Neal, Wichita Falls, the pilot. Killed when his plane crashed in the fog at Mitchell Field' in Milwaukee, Wis., was Capt. Magnus Johnson, 60,,, a Great Lakes freighter captain for more than 30 years. Detroit Man Killed" Johnson had.rented a light plane at Indiana Harbor, Ind., after his ship docked there. He had planned i on flying to Milwaukee to visit his | wife at their home in suburban Shorewood. Two Detroit men were killed in a fiery crash of-their single-engine private plane near the Ohio-Michigan border. The victims were Ralph Dean Fagg, 51, Detroit, president of the Kraft Welding Co., and Lyle Kutton, -to, one of his salesman 'and pilot of the plane. The Ohio highway patrol said the crash occurred when .Fagg tried to make an emergency landing at Toledo National Airpont. The plane lost a wing while banking for a turn and it crashed in flames into a barn. Earlier, 14 persons were killed in the crash of a Western Airlines plane near Port Hardy, B.C. "A tailfin wedge' left in position on takeoff was blamed for the disaster Sunday. Also killed Sunday were three Illinois men'whose plane crashed on a wooded farm lot in Kentucky. New Church Pastor Personals Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Clary, son and daughter, have returned to Junction City, Kansas, after visiting Mr. Clary's' mother, Mrs. Edna Cover, of Camden, and his brother, James Clary, and family, Seven Other Fliers Are R e -i Hob art. ported Missing After Series of Airplane Crashes .fling, A ma-n was run down by a motorcyclist. killed wlien rain j blinded Cass Clerk Receives Copies of 1957 Lows -Cass county.Clerk Elizabeth Bieker received 110 bound copies of the 1»57 Acts of the General. Assembly Tuesday morning for distribution to public officials and others who desire them. A new law provides that only certain public officials, newspapers, libraries and colleges may receive free copies o[ the Acts. All others must pay $2.50 for them. Attorney Norman Licsling was the first person to purchase a copy of the Acts here. Those which were not emergency laws will become effective as soon'as the laws are officially promulgated. That te expected within a few days, whenever all the county clerk's receipts evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Norman called on Mr. and Mrs. Clifford South- orton Sunday and also visited his father, Milo Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ashby entertained Sunday in honor of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Basel Gardner of Dallas, Tex. Present were Mesdamtfs and Messr. Robert Bell and family of Fipra. Ned Simpson and family of Young America, Chester Gardner, Russell Hawkins, Cleve Beck and family, Russell Sink, Larry Gardner of Camden, Robert Ullrich of Logansport. Mrs. Madge Carvey and Mrs. Pauline Carvey were recent guests of their aunt, Mrs. Anna McCarter, of Logansport, celebrated her B3rd birthday. Mrs. Lcroy Froblsh of Onargo, lii., spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Soulherton. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havlie and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Staley of Rochester were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stallard By UNITED PRESS A veteran ship's captain who •turned his hand to flying and two Detroit residents were killed in separate plane crashes Monday. Their deaths brought to 23 the number of persons killed in a rash of airplane accidents during the past two days. Seven other fliers were missing. Authorities today sought possible survivors in ',he crash of two Navy twin-engine attack plane which collided and went down in '.he Atlantic near Norfolk, Va. The planes carried four crewmen. The crash occurred Monday as the two AJ Say.age attack bombers wore returning to Norfolk Naval Air Base from a routine training flight. Witnesses said they saw no parachutes. Coast Guard, Navy and civilian boats and helicopters and other •planes .ioined in the search. The names of the piano's accupmils were not immediately released by the: Navy. Find No Trace in the Southwest, about 25 •planes engaged in an air search for a missing light plane carrying three Texans. The plane disappeared Sunday en route from Albuquerque, N.-M., to Fort Worth, Tex. The search planes from New Mexico and west Texas ranged Sherry Lynn Gangloff, daughter of Mrs. Leona Holt, 524 Eleventh street, spent the weekend with her father, Henry Gangloff, route • S, city. EDUCATOR IS DEAD MUNOIE (UP)—Dr. Mark E. Studebaker, 68, retired head oC the business education department at Ball State College, died unexpectedly Monday while oji a vacation trip to the Smoky Mountains with his wife. Studebaker retired in J954 after serving om the faculty 36 years. for the Acts have been received attended the Enyart family mm- at the State House. ion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Enyart. Mr. and Mrs. Arran Stallard and daughters, Sharon and Shirley, called on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kcr- chcr and father, Henry Fishley Sunday. Richard Basil was a weekend guest of the John Marrotto family uf Chicago. 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Ralph McCrory has accepted a call to the Linden avenue Pilgrim Holiness church in Logansport, and will assume his new pastorate on September 1, 1957. Rev. McCrory is a native of Anderson, Indiana, and is completing a six year pastorate at the First Pilgrim Holiness church of that city. During his term, of service in Anderson a new Bedford stone church has been constructed. Rev. McCrory has also served churches in Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Frankfort, and is a former pastor of,the church here in this city. Rev. McCrory will succeed the Rev. Ernest Carroll who, has accepted the pastorate of the First Pilgrim Holiness church, at Anderson. The Linden avenue church has recently conducted its annual business-meeting, electing t)ie,follow- ing officers for the ensuing year; church clerk, Darwin Cromer; treasurer, Clinton Funkhouser; Sunday school supt, Mervin Minks; assistant supt., Raymond Handy; elders, Alvin Fry, Raymond Handy Snd Delmer Coffman; deacons, Wiljiam Boiler, Cecil Murphy and George Henry;' trustees, Darwin Cromer, -Raymond Handy, and Daniel Schreckenghaust. William Harshman was re-elected as Sunday school secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Katherirne Coffman and Mrs. Velma Boiler were chosen as delegates to the annual conference lo be held in Frankfort, August V, U, 9. Tuesday Evening, June 25, 19W. Rains Break Second Heat Wave in East Windstorm Strikes Leechs Corner, Pa.; West Coast] peeled to soar into the 100s in th« Central Valley, Volunteers Li Minnesota battled to prevent the Crow River from spilling over dikes from Delano to Dayton, where the river empties •into (Jie Mississippi. The Crow hit a record 17 feet at Rpckford, Minn., and Red Cross officials predicted much of th« area along the river might be in for "serious" trouble, The Crow and the flooded Minnesota rivers already have inundated miles of cropland. At Mankato, along the Minnesota, farmers said the floods have washed out all their crops and it is now too late in the season to replant them. Still Swelters By UNITED PRESS Severe thunderstorms brake the year's second Jieat wave in much of the East, but temperatures continued to soar today in the West. New York City _was soaked by i to % inch of rain Monday night. The storm also dumped more _ . . . ., . . than i inch of rain at Fiat Top, j To Meet Wednesday W.Va., % inch at London, Ky., and) The Sun Maidens of the Noble Ohio, Sun Maidens Club up to % inch at Cleveland, and over- most of western Pennsylvania. A windstorm ripped the community of Leechs Corners, Pa., 90 township 4-H club will meet at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the township school. Girls are asked to bring their record books. miles aoriih of Pittsburgh, Monday night, destroying two homes and! be comprised of •uprooting scores of trees. No in- Janet McDonald, juries were reported. In California, federal and slate forest rangers issued now fire •warnings as Uie state baked in' an early summer heat wave. Headings climbed to 85 at San The refreshments committee will Grace Jackson, Sally Jo Myers and Janet Piercy. Francisco Monday, and the weath- FIRE DAMAGES SCHOOL INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Fire caused $5,000 lx> $10,000 damage at Public School 52 here Monday. Robert T, Stewart, school custodian said & workman'j torch was m^e more uncomfortable | used fw rcpairil!g playground •by a record smog Oakland record-i u , ipment s led £ ftr*** wined a high of 99 to tie M all-time ^covering in the basement. June record Temperatures ari the. F)ainos spread to a classroom oa Central Valley included Red B'.uff , hn ri ,. s , f | nr ,,. an! 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