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Thursday Evening, June 27, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE a-BEDROOM modern home, possession soon. Ph. 4439. FOR SALE: 4-room semi-modern house, garage, large lot. Phone 65-C, Camden, Ind. Owner Will Sacrifice Price — and Terms —• for quick sale on tfiis neat and unusually nice two bedroom conventional built in Rolling Ridge Add'n. Only 1 year old. Ideal for small family. Sizeable living room and kitchen with dinette. Hardwood floors, garage, pretty landscaped yard. This property is among good neighbors and better homes in a rapidly growing restricted area. Quick possession. This is a rare chance to buy right and small down payment. Roselawn Add'n Are you looking for a quality home in a choice location? We have four such homes, beautifully located in this area. See us for confidential information. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Ph. 2928 Eve. 4886—2623—2-1767 13. REAL ESTATE NEW 4-room house with gas fur- Dace. 511 13th Street. TWO YEAR OLD 3 bedroom home. Ample storage. Large well landscaped corner lot. Fine quiet east location. Close to Daniel Webster school. 625 Parkway Drive. Ph. 21461. b. Lots LOT in Royal Center 60x158 ft. lights, water and new sewer $1,000. Ph. »W3 BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. LOTS for sale, cash or contract. 2217 ' Otto. Ph. 6929. c. Farms 60 acres near country club, all tillable. Barker Realtor, Fulton. , ; 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. i $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. J310-ACRE modern farm. Edmund Meyer, Sheldon, Wis. 3 BEDROOM house. Year old. Corner lot. 2601 Stadium Drive. OWNER leaving for Florida will sell 7 room modern home-furnished. Can be used as duplex. Phone 50425 before 1 p.m. FOR SALE—Nice house, no bath, large lot. 858 Garfield. Price $4,200. Also modern small home on contract. Phone 50425 before 1 p.m. YEAR ROUND cozy little modern cottage on south Mud Lake. Good boat and good fishing. Price $4,000. Phone 50425. 6-ROOM house, West Broadway, new basement and foundation, good condition. By owner. Ph. 4989 or 50695. NEW homes anci garages, FHA terms. Walton 3915. MODERN house, 5 rooms down, 3 rooms furnished apartment up, $9500. 1014 Wright St. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. Trad e Do you own n Weslside home? We have a 3 bedroom ranch in new addition, cast. The owners of this nearly new home would consider an exchange. Here is an opportunity (or someone. Trad 2 year old suburban home tor house in town. We have an all modern 2 bedroom with full basement, attached garage. One mile north on blacktop road. What have you? Trade We have a small farm to exchange on our 3 bedroom home. All modern ranch type with attached garage, large lot. Real roomy and in excellent condition. Trade . AH modern 3 bedroom rambler home in Walton for similar house in Logansporl. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave, Phone 2GB4 Girls State Elects Officers at Session BLOOMINGTON CUP) - Lana Kay Ruegamer, Lafayette, was elected "governor" of Hoosier Girls State at Indiana University Wednesday night. Lana was elected to the "chief executive" post over Linda Marshall, Fort Wayne. Other newly elected "state officials" include Sharon Doty, Kokomo, lieutenant governor; Virginia Solsman, Carlisle, secretary of state; Jill Carter, Indianapolis, treasurer; Marlene Dever, Tipton. auditor; Jessie Minor, Fort Wayne, attorney general; Karen Diane Smith, Greenwood, superintendent of public instruction. CORRECTION An erroneous report that Clark Lenon of Galveston had died appeared in the one-year-ago column of yesterday's Pharos-Tribune. Although Mr. Lenon was critically IS a year ago, he said today lhal Ihe report lhat he had died was highly exaggerated. Latest Market Reports PROFITS ON PLATEAU first-quarter corporate incotn* hoMt at 4th' quarter '56 p«ak. DATA ANN. XATI SUS. AIM. of (conemkAtlvltori Monti Kata Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.10 190 to 210 19.60 210 to 230 ...' 19.10 230 to 250 18.60 250 to 270 18.25 270 to 300 , 18.00 Sows : 16.00 down Sows to 300 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.35 PERSONAL LOANS TOWN FINANCE CO. Over Barley's Marktl 410'/, 1, Broadway LOGANSPORT, IND. Phon. 2252 CASH FOR YOU 210 to 230 ;. 19.10 230 to 250 18.65 250 to 270 18.25 270 to 300 17.85 Sows 1G.50 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal is.oo Woyno's Produce Leghorn Hens' 11 Heavy Hens , 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Leghorn Hens u Third Streel Market Veals ia Lambs .16 Veal Hides Beef hides Eggs .12 .25 20.00; few lots early to 20.25; few lots No. 1-2 these weights 20.0020.50; around 130 head No. 1-2 around 215 Ibs 20.75; No. 2-3, 230250 Ibs 19.50-19.75; No. 2-3, 260-280 Ibs 18.75-19.5. '' Cattle 2,000, 'calves 200; steers steady to strong, few sales 52 to 50 higher;, heifers fully steady; vealers firm; high choice and low prime 1050-1150 Ib steers 24.5025.00; good to average choice 21.50-24.25; • load of .standard and good 21.00; load choice and prime mixed steers and heifers 24.75; good and choice heifers 23.00-23.25; good and choice vealers, 18,0023.00. •Sheep 700; all classes fully steady; good and choice old crop lambs and yearlings, 17.00-19.00; good and choice spring- lambs, 20.00-22.75. CHICAGO PRODUCE : CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: . Live poultry steady; 55,000. No USDA price-changes. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 38V4-39; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 41-43; B 39-41; C 35-38. Butter steady; 1,213,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55. Eggs about steady; 10,700 cases; white large and mixed large extras 29; mediums and standards 27; current receipts 26&. fNDJANAPOLfS LIVESTOCK . INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: ' Hogs 6,000; steady to strong; 190-240 Ib 19.75-20.25, few to 20.50; 240-275 Ib 19.00-19.75; 275-325 Ib 18.25-19.25; 160-185 Ib 17.75-19,50; 120-160 Ib 15.50-17.25. Cattle 700; calves 150; strong to 50 higher; good and choice steers 20.50-24.00; high choice 25.00; good and choice heifers 20.00-22.50; vealers steady; good- and choice 19.50-22.50; prime 23.00. Sheep 500; strong to 50 higher; good arid choice spring lambs 20.00-22.50. Jersey Grand Jury Indicts Rpy Colin ELIZABETH, N.J. (UP)—Roy CHICAGO LIVESTOCK M ' C( *"' former counsel lo the ,,,,.„.„- , lrri . T . late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy's CHICAGO ,(UP) - Liveslock: | Senato invesli ^ ling commiilee, Hogs 7,500; 25-50 lower, mostly |Was indicted with 36 other per- around 25 lower on weights, over,sons and 14 firms Wednesday on 240 Ibs; No. 2-3, 100-225 Ibs 19.50-' charges of conspiracy to sell in~~ ~~~ —— • (jecent literature. FURNITURE . LOANS :••*>! LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Maria Smith, Mgr. Phone 3295 A Union County grand jury, in jmass indictments against national i publishers and distributors of so- called "girlie' 1 mag.ar.ine named Colin as general counsel and di- reoord of the American N e w. s Co,, one of the indicted firms, 1-Woy Streets In Rochester ROCHESTER—This cily will soon have two one-way streets, for the first time. -The city council voted Tuesday to .make Jefferson street southbound only between Third and Thirteenth streets and Madison street northbound only between Fiflh and Fourteenth streets. The two-streets will become one- way as soon as signs are put up. Only dissenting vote 1 of the council on the one-way passage was (iast by Elmer Gordon. He said Jefferson street residents did not want the change, which they .thought would hamper operation of churches,. libraries and funeral homes on the street. Councilmen Ralph Stepp, Paul Meyers, Floyd Kindig and Doc Miller voted for it. Several businessmen had voiced disapproval about Madison street being one way to Fourth street. One avowed purpose of the change was to eliminate heavy traffic on the main street. Councilman Gordon said he did not think making those two streets one-way would reduce traffic because mot ; orists would .not detour one block just to drive on a one-way street. Heart Attack Proves Fatal PERU-Jess . J. Dudley, 58, a fireman at Bunker Hill Air Force base, died suddenly of a heart attack at 12:45 a.m. Thursday, at his home, 317 East Second street. Born in Sullivan,' December 25, 1898, he was the son,, of Richard and Mary Woods Dudley. His marriage in 1919 was to Edna Collins and the couple came to Peru two years ago. Surviving in addition to the wife; are; a son, Jess, Jr., of Summilt- vilie; a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Acton, of route 1, Camby; three brothers, Charles of Pulnamville; Don, of Sullivan and Harold, of Name Assistant To Pastor of Baptist Temple Gedric Cox, 22, of Brazil, to Assume New Duties At Local Church Sunday „ , . „ „ „„ .. -iing moveo. 10 jjeipm irom Jinaian- Cedric C. Cox, 22, a native of ^ . me The deceased was a 1*3711 Tnn \uli/\ nioc rrrirlnof aH L . ... Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-Hire*" Delphi Man Passes Away DELPHI—Clarence Russell Van Siclcle, "56, of route 2, Monticello, died at the Home hospital, Lafayette," at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday, following a five-year illness. He was associated with his son in the Van Sickle Paint store, having moved to Delphi from Indian- Brazil, Ind., who. was graduated from Franklin, college this month, has* been employed by the official board of the local Baptist Temple to serve as assistant to the pastor, the Rev. M. L. Robinson, It was announced Thursday. He will assume his duties here Sunday. Cox has an outstanding college record. During the past year he was president of the Franklin senior class and also served 'as pres *",. *.*MUU u>*u buuu at:ivi^j as jjicB- . ; ... ident of the Franklin college Chris- i grandchildren. ... ° """••- i TTunnt-nl e-nv member of the Christian church and the Tipwa Grange. Born on July 2, 1900, in Rushville, he was the; son of Samuel and Sarah Klein. His marriage on December 6, 1919 was to Sylvia Dye. Surviving are the wife; five sons, Noel, Franklin and Wayne, of Delphi; Paul, of Hammond; and David, at home; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Ringer, of Monticello; and nine tian association. He sang four years in the Frank- J.AI- ouii£ iuui jeaio 111 uiit i'laim- TTI i_ /• < i -n j< lin college choir and served as its fikenberry funera home with the -- Rev. Howard Jenkins in charge. Burial will be made in the Masonic cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Friday. director during the past student year. He was a member of the Franklin-student council, chairman of the Franklin college homecoming for 1956, and served as vice-president of his social fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Cox plans to enter Christian service -on a full-time basis, Rev. Robinson reported, and he will enter a theological seminary in 1958. "He comes here well recommended in the fields of church music, Christian education and youth work and "will devote most of his time to these fields," the pastor stated. For the past two years the youth directed the choir and engaged in youth work at the First Baptist church in Greenwood, Ind., while attending Franklin. Tax Evader Meted Term INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Federal Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the James Hoffa Prosecution Hears Finish Government Attorneys Pro- pare to Call Rackets Investigator At Bribery Trial of Union Boss WASHINGTON (UP) — Govern. ment attorneys panned to wrap up Uicir main case against Teamsters leader James R. Hoffa today by concuding questioning oj Senate rackets investigator John Cye Cheasly. Cheasty Wednesday gave testimony linking the powerful Midwest Teamsters leader with New York racketeer John Dio- Guardia and the "sa!e" of a Detroit Teamsters local. Hoffa and his co - defendant, Miami attorney Hyman 1. Fischbach, are being tried on conspiracy and bribery charges for allegedly planting Cheasty as an $18,000 "spy" on (he committee to slip them committee secrets. Cheasty .said some of the data Jie gave Hoffa from the time lie started working for the committee Feb. 19 until Holla's arrest March included: •That Hoffa was a "friend" of DioGuardia (alias Johnny Dio). —That Hoffa was "associated with" a mysterious "P<?;e and Joe combination in Detroit," Hoffa's headquarters. When Cheasty Last-ditch started to elaborate, lie was cut ? tt bv government attorney Edward P ' Troxcll and a protest by Extradition Is Ordered For Fugitive Attorney for South Carolina Slayer Plans Legal Battle INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Fugitive _, ,. - slayer Pete McGaha was under, de . f<!nse attorney Edward Bennett extradition orders lo South ,Caro-! w , ms Una today but his attorney — 11)at Hoffa's wife was put on planned a last-ditch court plea to Ule union Payroll for $100 a prevent it. McGaha, 45, who escaped from South Carolina Stole Prison while serving a life term tor killing a cellmate, was ordered extradited Wednesday by Governor Handlcy. His attorney, Vernon Si. .John, Fowler, of Monroe, Mich. Friends may call at the Drake- Flowers funeral home from 7 p.m. Thursday until 10 a.m. Friday, when the body will be shipped to the Billman funeral home, Sullivan. Funeral services are scheduled at 2 p.m. Sunday with burial in Center Ridge cemetery. month as the "pay-off" on an alleged sters Detroit. <Je;iI Union involving a Team"jukebox" local at Personal Airman First Class .and Mrs. John A. Mays, of AmariHo, Texas, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olin Mays, of Onward, and other relatives and friends. They will return to Texas July 7. seph T. Solomito, 40, former Bloominglon limestone mill owner, to 18 months in prison and fined him $10,000 and court costs for income tax evasion. A Federal Court jury deliberated almost six hours April 24 and then found Solomito guilty of evading $54,000 ir. Income taxes during 1950-51. Sleekier had postponed sentencing for vcstigalion. a pre-sentence in- Royal Center, cor. Grant and South Sts. 5 bedrm. mod. 4 Ig. lots. Lg. rm.s, bath, good coal furnace. l,g porch area. We'H take Logansport property in trade. 2 mi. E. of Delphi on Deer Creek. 3 bcdrm., mod., except furnace. Over B acres with spring and creek water. 56,500. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Ba'.es St. ' Pn. 4716 f.28 Front St. 6 rm. mod. Liv., din., kit., bcdrm, bath down, 2 bedrms. up. Almost new coal furnace. New gas water heater. On small lot. $5,500. 727 18th St. 4 bedrm. mod. ivi baths. Garage. $7,250. 425 Wheatland. 7 rm. mod. A good home worth the money. $7,500. 230 W. Miami. 7 rm. mod. Cheap for cash. $4500. 2 new homes reasonable on southsidc. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 4 BIG BARGAIN DAYS TO BUY A NEW FORD Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday June 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th ACRES OF NEW FORD CARS" Following the verdict, Solomito told Sleekier his "rights have been jeopardized . . . my family has been convicted along with me." He lold Sleekier he had paid $156,000 on his total tax liability, a sum within $6,000 of the total civil liability. Solomito's all/orncys denounced Uie decision and said "the time will come when there will be no convictions in cases, like Sleekier replied that "unlil Congress changes Uie laws, I intend to enforce Ihem." Stockier revealed for the first time lhat Solomito had accused two government revenue agcnls of soliciting a bribe lo end the investigation. He said a thorough check by inspectors from Washington had completely cleared the agenls. CUSTOM 300's FAIRLANE 500's SEDANS CONVERTIBLES STATION WAGONS VICTORIAS CLUB SEDANS HARDTOP CONVERTIBLES Your choice of our huge selection... Any Color - Any Body Style AS LOW AS 25% DOWN - 36 MONTHS TO PAY TEST DRIVE THE "HOT" '57 FORD TODAY! WE NEED CLEAN USED CARS! We Will Not Be Undersold In—See for Yourself YOU'LL BE AMAZED AT HOW EASY IT IS TO DO BUSINESS THE ''SUPERMARKET WAY" HOPE-LUXEMCCUNC. Union Shop Clause Omitted in Ending Strike at Quarry BLOOMfNGTON (UP)-A C•week strike of 3,000 quarrywork- ers in. the Monroe-Lawrence County limestone industry ended today with agreement on a new contract believed the first lo omit a union shop clause under the terms of the new Indiana "right lo work" law. The workers went back to their jobs this morning, shortly after an agreement was reached Wednesday night. The union claimed it got all its demands, including time-and-one-half pay for Saturday work'and a seniority system. The contract, signed a few hours after the "right to work" law of Wife Slayer Is Sentenced petition for a writ ol corpus either in federal court or! Tippecanoe Ciicuil Court. McGaha i RENSSICLAKR, Ind. (UP)—Carl was returned to the Lafayette jail Wednesday after Handley's office announced the ex'.radition order. Hamlley permitted McGaha's return in a telephone conversation with his cxcculivc secretary, Robert Fink, from Williamsburg, Va., where lie is attending the Governors' Conference. Fink said Handley and South Carolina Gov. George Bell Timmerman discussed Uie mailer at Williamsburg. The extradition order came de- Maione, 32, who killed his wife Geraldinc little more than a month ago, was ,sc:ilonced to 2 to 21 years imprisonment Wednesday on a charge' of voluntary manslaughter. Malone was sentenced in Jasper Circuit Court, where he offered to pkad guilty to the manslaughter charge if muixler charges'against came from persons in Lafayette, where McGaha worked as a restaurant kitchen employe since his arrest there last December and release on bond. Sor.ie siippor 1 . came from the Tippecanoe County Republican Committee al Lafnyelte. An extradition warrant actually was signed last April 8 but service was delayed while Handley's office reviewed the case. McGaha -was serving an assault and battery sentence when he killed a fellow inmate in JS3-1. He drew a life term for murder. ' He escaped from prison af'.er lie was returned as a parole violator him were dismissed. Malone's wife, 30, was shot in a I grocery al Parr, near here. Malone was caught hours later in a said (fairgrounds cattle barn wlurc l-.e moro than slaying, W years after Uie Irvin Asks New Delay EVA.NSV1LLE (UP) — Another delay in the execution of Leslie crawled with a broken leg ;if!i-r wrecking his mi'.wiobilc trying to escape the crime Kcone. "Mad eculion style' making today. James D. Lopp, an al/torr.ey for Ihe former Evansville pipefitter, said he was "contemplating" filing a habeas corpus wril which probably would force postponement of Irvin's scheduled July 9 execution. Irvin is behind held in death row of the Stale Prison al Michigan Cily. He was indicted in connection with six robbery-skiyings in Indiana and Kentucky and sentenced to death for Ihe Simple Touch Perks Up Picnics Millions of families are leaving modern conveniences behind lo "rough il" al (heir favnrile pienic spots. The fun of "dining out" in the fresh :iir i.s brining forth a record number of picnickers this yea) 1 . When your family gels the urge, be sure the picnic basket, is filled with n (asly casy-lo-en! meal lhat takes a minimum of preparation. And for a lilllu iiiiieh thai adds to everyone's fun, .slip a few packs of chewing gum in Ihc basket. This handy iilllc (rent will set he mood for fun while keeping appetites satisfied until Ihe meal 's ready. And after the meal, walch il. disappear. Dad will lia back under a .sli.-ide tree chewing com- • cxccuuon of Leslie „,„„,, fillm whj | c , ; ; ,lTJ." d l n . a i; fd C ortal "y. -ally enjoying hfc ho,,,. slayer, was in thel a ^^,n ^rkT IKc kldi will grt Ibcir share—if nol more. Chewing gum (its right in with their care-free games and oilier picnic activities. Mom knows it's also an inexpensive trout lhal helps keep everyone feeling fresh and happy. So she always remembers to includa a supply of chewing gum when shopping for picnic fixin's. stays of execution, including one from Ihe U.S. Supreme Court. The high court later refused to consider an appeal. was 103.1 the 1957 Legislature became cffcc-jshooling of Kvansville filling sla- live with promulgation of the legis-1 lion attendant, W. Wesley Kerr. lative acts Wednesday, contained Since tl:on, he received several no union shop clause. However, stonecullers, carvers -and planers who ncgollaled wilh the industry separately on a new contract, announced today they signed a new contract Tuesday before the "right lo work" law became effective. The new conlract contained a union shop clause affecting 500 lo 600 workers. Observers believed much of Ihe credit for settlement of the slrike was due to state labor L. Darrcll Weaver, commissioner, who worked with both sides at great lenglhs this week. Rupe in Atomic Attack Maneuver Pfc. Bobby Rupc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Rupe, 830 Biddle street, who is in Ihe Marines, will be in- a unit which will make a mock allack on an enemy which LOGAMSPORT "YOUR 'FRIENDLY VOLUME FORD DEAIGR" 708 BURLINGTON AVE. PHONE 3178 INDIANA by an , Camp atomic Desert has been blasted bomb Friday at , Rock, Nev., near the AFC testing ground. Rupe is the husband of the former WHma Spencer of Peru. STEVENSON IN NIGERIA LAGOS, Nigeria (UP)—Adlai Stevenson arrived here Wednesday night on his Lour ot Africa. Fireworks At Delphi DELPHI—A pro-holiday fireworks demonstration will be touched off here Friday nighl. A gala one-hour display at Riley park will include all types of fireworks from "A Da<J of Demons" to "Eclipse of the Sun." The display will he staged by the Illinois Fireworks Company of Danville, III, Before the show, special music will be played on (he courthouse by the Delphi hifih school band and a special performance will be given by the Plymouth Sabres, an American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps. Ed Wingar Jr., of Delphi, is drum major for the Sabres. The musical units will parade lo the park for Ihe fireworks show at dusk. Delphi merchants have changed late store hours to Friday evening, iturc." FORMER GOV.— in Ihc indictment,'! thus far. "We have found -m;my other irregularities," (j )c rcpo f(, sa ; ( j > "and acts of individual misconduct but feel (here is insufficient evi- ' dcnce available lo warrant indicl- menls ag.-iinsl other persons at this lime." The report mentioned nine right-of-way transactions in Lake County "indicating possible criminal acts by Iwo highway officials and ,lhrce private citizens," But it said evidence reached the jury loo late for indictments. Tinder said it is (he stale's position lhal the money Smilh received from Mogilncr was "given lo influence Ihc approval of certain hcuvy equipment contracts." The report said Smilh "in several instances" appeared to have "furnished friends and business associates from his home lown of Milan wilh specific information lhat enabled them to purchase lands which they knew Ihc Stale Highway Department would thereafter purchase in turn from them." It mentioned a landing slrip at Milan which the highway dcpart- mcnl boughl during Smith's ad- minislralion, "where ncilher air traffic nor highway commission, business warranlcd such expend!- SALE CALENDAR June 28—Joe's Auction ; Tool, Auct. June 29—Fred Allen Estate 1 Rineharl & Sons The Stars and Stripes has JTu f ™-®»™$ *** *? ller ' Rin1c i" V L'».'' V ' W , a 1 f" n flown over West Point continuous- Jul y 10—Mr. Hertford Flora Ralph Rmenart & boiis-. ly since the academy was.built. I July 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldron-

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