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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Agent Names Cass4-H Fair Committees Committees for the annual fair to be staged July 22 to 26 at the local fairgrounds were announced Thursday for the Cass county 4-H Home Economics group by Miss Ethel Nice, county home demonstration agent. The committees assigned are as follows: Building — Mrs. Lillian Fabler, Mrs. Jean Forgey, Mrs. Clara Barr. Clothing—Wilma Moss, chairman; Gail Thompson, Mrs. Frank Lind, Mrs. Hilda Dodt, Mrs. Opal Helvie, Betty Frey. Baking—Esther Sprinkle, • man; Mrs. Helen Paschen. John Alfry, Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Walter N'oakes. Food Preservation—Blanch rison, chairman; Mrs. Keirans, Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Dudley Bridge, chair- Mrs. Wood, Lar- Joseph March, Pick Christenberry To Oppose Wagner NEW YORK (UP)—New York Republican leaders Thursday night chose Robert K. Christenberry, hotel executive and former New York state athletic commissioner, to oppose Democrat Robert F. Wagner in the race for mayor next November. Christenberry, 58, was appointed -state athletic commissioner in 1951 by the then governor, Thomas E. Dewey. He is a native of McLemoresville, Tenn., and was a cub reporter on the Washington Herald in the 1920s. As a hotelman, he headed the Broa-dway Assn. for 15 years and was known as the "unofficial mayor of Broadway." He was president of the Hotel Aster until two years ago when he assumed the management of the Hotel Ambassador. Christenberry has never held public office, but he was active in civii defense work during World War II and onle served in diplo- FIVE MEN RESCUED FROM MINE ,CAVE-IN i matic posts in Vladivostok and the Home Improvement - Beulah D °m iR i=a" Republic. Pullen, chairman; Cora St. Amand, Mrs. John MingJin. Mrs. Elbert Balsbaugh, Mrs. Eileen Howard. Electric — Kathleen Hedges, chairman; Mrs. Sara Jane Crim- zriins, Mrs, Lucille Nicholson. Arts and Crafts—Leflna Wilson, chairman; Mrs. Pat Nicoll, Mrs. Gertrude Heckard. Junior leaders are to assist in each group with assignments to be made by adult 4-H leaders, Miss Nice said. Pre-fair programs and Calves ton Mothers nt WWII held their, meeting at the Legion Home. Mrs.! Florence Weaver presided. Tho {of Whoaton, III., and Mr. and Mrs. unit voted to send $25 for the state | Charles Wolf of Brooks were call- Five workers trapped In thin mine nt the Powhntan Mining Company near Stcubcnvillc, 0., were (reed by rescue workers shortly after this photo was taken. The minors were reported to be uninjured. Tons of rock crashed down and blocked a horizontal shaft, closing the miners In some 300 [cut from the opening. ' (International.) project. J. Ji. Kiggs and Jarncs E. McDonald, vocational and agricultural teachers at Galveslon and Western High School attended the Farm Electric Workshop at LuGmngc. They also took a tour of manufac: luring plants in the state regular | other district teachers. with fair-week activities were revealedj New officers for the Galveslon Nice. The dates are an by Mias follows; Community judging-July 8, 3, 10, 11,12, and 10. Clothing judging—July Whcutland Avenue M. E. District judging and general dtmon.'itration content—July 17 at Frankfort. Preparing of Fair building—July 18. County Dress Revue—July 10 at Washington Tp. school at 8 p.m. Placing fair Home JiJe exhibits— July 22 at II a.m. for all classes except electric. Judging of Home Improvement!!. Craftn and Frozen Foods and minding of slate; fair entries will start at II a.m. with Mrs. Thornaif Kinder, Mrs. Walter tScult uixi Mrs. Marian Allen an judges. Placing of Girls 4-H Kleclrlcal exhibit/i— Inly HI Irnin II a.m. in noun, judging to be done by William Hufferd. A iijjkcial demonstration contest will he hclfl at Kor.tland the :»ame (lay. Dl.'irnanlling of Kxhihilii and presenting Premiums— July JOT fit 'J ji.rn. In charge of adult leadoni. Mr. Burnettsville and Mr«. Keith Young turned from their honeymoon trip Thurnday In Wi»com;ln Delhi. They wen! married at the HaptlHl. church Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mm. Galen David/ion and children atlondcd the I Mil <:la. f in reunion at the home of Knpur J'lnlloii Sunday; 21! per«onii alterid- «(J. Jim I''iirgr-xon of Miami, Florida, IK herd on a two morilli vacation, lln In tlifi gucul ill Mr. and Mm, John Ldwring. Mrn. Krninii m)ji;ied Irian While i:nunly Monior- lal lin.'ijilla! Saturday. Word hail been received here of !!H; death of Harry Kvwham »f Waveland. Hl:i family lived heni n nuinliKr n\ yearn HJJII. Mr. Kvor- ham wa;i telephone operator. Carol anil Cindy Ilelny, daughter;', cif Mr. and Mm. Don llolny of Jfe.'irllee, are itiH'.ntlliitf the week with Ilielr grandpareal.ii, Mr. and Mrn, William MeLoland. Mr. ntitt Mr/I. Klimir Lowaeji of I/igamiporl. were gnciilii Sunday evening nf Mr. and Mrn. (Mmi'l'-a /ircehblel. Kcv. and Mnf. Derwood Troxel havo returned honeymoon I rip through I'dimiyl- vnala and Ohio. They wuru miir- rlud June 5 a I. llici llrulhi'un cliui'ch. Lion's club were installed al their meeting at the Methodist church by District Governor elect, Keith Showaltcr, of Logansporl, Officers are Hay Allcbery, president; Frank Day, Darrcll Goodier, and Darrcll Thompson, vice presidents; William Dutches!,, secretary; Gene Moss, treasurer. New tail twister is Phillip Peterson and new Lion turner is .Jerry Wright. Directors uro Ned Johnson, C. I{. Dahler, Bruce Kmu and Bernard Rose. The club voted to pay fur tho painting of the walls at the Galves- lon swimming pool at the conservation club. C'liib members wifl paint It when the pool is drained in July. C. C. Stanl'orlh wan welcomed Into tho club as a new member. Robert Sprinkle wan guest. Mr. ami Mrs. C. K. [tuhlcr and Mr. and Mrs. Charles iirochn.'i arc on They went by auto to Montreal,! Canada, where they embarked for Knglaad, Mm. Mary Uabiliigcr and non Hobby have returned lo their home In Lincoln, Neb. alter vhdtlng rela- eo* here upon the death ot Mrs. Annie MeCloskcy, Rev. Harry Rca underwent major surgery at Memorial hospital in Logansporl. Lailies Aid of the Young America Congregational Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Stella Zcck. Devotions were given by the hostess and Mrs. Allen Carson gave a lesson on "Missionaries in Phillipines and Southeast Asia", Refreshments wore served lo Mc;sdarnc.<i, Russell Wcrtz, Ennel Platt, Ollmay Wilson, Allen Carson and Lee Peter. Next inccliinK will be at the home of Mrs. Russell Werlz. Bauer Sisters Top US Open Hy LEO II. PKTKIt-SICN MiAMARONKCK, N.Y. (UP) Yesterday's Results Detroit American League MX) 002 000— 2 8 Washington »12 000 Olx— 7 10 0 Foylack, Hoeft (2), Aber (•!), Sleater (fl) and Wilson, Yewcic (0). Pascual, Cievenger (0) and Courtney. Winner—Pascual (5-!!). Losor—Foylnclt HI'S). HiR — Lemon (1'lth). Cleveland 5 0 100 000 100— 2 New Ytii'ic OIK) 000 000— 040 Wynn (,'0-B) and J3rown. Byrne (2-;i) and licrra. 8 1 O»t Gunic) Chicago UK) 020 000— 3 | Hosl/on 401 m> Klx— « II 0 Karsliman, Flsohw (I), Stalcy (C), IJurrlngloii ((I) and Moss. Sullivan, Clmitalos (u) ami Daloy. Tho fnmotu Bailor Sisters, hid-i Winner — Sullivan (0-5). Loser — Ulng for lihc biggrat fl,U, 0 of l.hem! Hiir.slirnaa (fi-3). all U; climax oiirtxjrs Uioy the |'U.IIMMI.I golfing In their teens, i .'iharod Die load today in the U.S. Women's Open championship. They imuh .thiil first round one- umlor-par 72s, the only ones In an extended Kurnpeun trip. llne fn, m . tjnK f^, (>r M pri.fiisnion- am) tive,'! and frlcndii in Galveaton. Mr. an<l Mm. K. Koknmo and W. Hollingii- worth and daughter have returned from a vacation trip to Wiscuniiln. Young America A group of frlend.s ami former c]a.-t.'nnaU-fl gathered at the Deer (.'reek Cotnervation club lo honor Mr, and Mra. Kdwari! llubler and family of Abolcne, Wa:ih., whn are vlultliif, rclnlivcn anil frlemla hero. Guiwi.-i were Me.'iw'n an<l Me«- dnimvi Hue Marshall and jinn, ller- Donglan wan ilin-jl.-ai'l. Ncbion and ami, Arthur Kllch- ell and daughter, Karl Miller and family, Max llulllng.'iworlli, Henry Smill), Joe • Ilnblcr and ilinighler.'i, MID Hiiljler and /ion:i of Olilw; KUoii llubler nml jion;i, George Wll.'ion, ;llTHl u !Ur j| U) crack par Delphi Mr. and Mrn. (irover Kite npnnl the weekend in Chicago wllh Mr, Jiml Mrn. C, II. Dobblnn and Mr. and Mra, (,'lyde NIHII-. (liie.iln .Sunday of Mr, and Mrn. Donald Kite and family In Logami- port will be. Meniluinim and Mniuirn, (Irover Kilo, Marvin 1'ackard and nonn of Delphi; Mnrrln Dunn and Myron Tiiompnoa and noil. Sleplien, of Cieiiro. Pn.-ilmaiilcr Claude Lynn of (.'urn. <len him lieen nutilled thai hi* jioiit office li;i:i been mailii II nceuml claMi office. The will of Jame.i Jtolh has been pruliati-d In Carroll circuit, court. He hei|iiealhed nil bin properly to hLi wllw, I'earl (J, Kolli, ollmrwliiii the properly will go lo liln three children, Tim will wan undented Aug. Ill, JUKI. Marriage llecn.'iea have been In- ined here In William Calvin Ktull Dorln Kllen Shiilllieln, dailglilm' of Mr. and Mr;i. Clarence- .Sliiillhuln of nuilo -I, Delphi; to (.'hnrlttn Hugh Wlliiun of Lafayette and Jo Sue Wallace, daiigliier of Mr. and Mm. Maurice Wallace of Delphi; and lo Wayne Kllon .lohmion and Dorothy Jean Wallers of Marbn, KIHinrd Ifallon who will bo n Benin,- in Indiana llnlvenilty'n School of Mi'illelnn will exlermi In the new Coiniminlty ho«plla| at. Inill;iiia|iiilln during Sept., Oct. and Nov. Hill Kargraven, who wan hurl In n ear wreck Saliirday nlghl In now back lo work. llurernvoH wan riding wlili liolierl Pomroy »( run- told. III., when Iho cur wont nut of control on a road we.'il of Oakdalii (leurge Hiilili!) 1 , Giiorgii Kahl Kliiinji and mm; am! and Mm. Kvelyn llufforil and win. David Iliililnr mid family were unable (.u aitend I.IMI gatlierln;;, lie- cau.'ii; hl:i Army furlough wa:t lip, Mr. ami Mrn. Iliirahell I'lntl. and danghlor I'atty of Itenn.'ielaer, wero ,iup|Kir giiivitn Krldiiy iivnn- IMH of liln inolhor, MM. IHrtrinl Mr. and Mr.i. John IColm and family have moved to North Manchester. Tho Young People'-, clinn of the l/jiper Deer Creek Congregational Chrbdlan clmreli went on a picnic •at Itolh Park and later aliemlod Wednesday on Ujo sun - baked II,24<l - yard ou.'it course of the Winged Fool. Golf Chili. Thai. I'.ave thorn a one-stroke edge over Gloria Armstrong of OaJtJaml, Onllf., who dlvldus her time lie- Iween flying alrplancvi and play- Ing golf. While woirw* in Ihe field were cliwely bundled behind (l\ K leaders, DID iMM-tiM'inam.'i'.n til the bell- Ing, l.lniujrn pill Llium In the fa- write'« role, with M.ns. Nlwlf.iui ll'inur Jl'iKK", Ihe yuiii>Ki:r of llm l-wo, given an edge ovor Alice Uaiicit- buoaiijie hor play lids year him been far more (>o!i/i!,';l,cni. The 2;i-year-ol(l M.arlnne, who in innrrlivl Ui Allce'.'i exJin.'.liaml, JI/IK wwn $7,237 (in l!m PGA Ixmr- luiiiiftiil Irall w> Bur IliLu year while Alice who Is 211, Ira.s picket! up only $1,01(1. Hut there wiwi iu> (|iie.'illon but what thdy diMnln.'al.eil the opening round an no family ovor lia.'i doriiliwd.Ml a major g^lf lou,rna- Gniiic) Chicago Boston Plorco, 001 IM 000— a 7 0 400 000 lux— I) 14 0 liowoll (7), SMey (II) awl Moss. Fornlules M-7) and Daley, Loser—Pierce (10-fl). KIU- Mnlwine (Blh), P!er«»H (lllh). NHllonnl I.IMIKIIC- HrtKiklyn OIM) (100 OOI—. 1 t 1. Milwaukee (KKI «W 02x~ 2 !> (I Dry.'Klnlo, Koufnx (II) and Cum- punella. Buhl (!)-2) mid Rice. Los- »r—'Dryndale (ii-5). (1(1 I'll.Ulirgh Chicago I'lirkoy, King (0) 010 201 000 1— 13 010 ooo 0,'in o— i l''ace (ill, Smith and Pollen, o ' (0), (ID. Droll, Ilillman (7), I/own (II) and Neoman, Winner — King (2-0), Loser—^l/nvn (2-:i). Phllndlphla ooi. l()lf 020— 4 II | SI. Lonln ;no 000 20x— (I II I Sanford, IJearn (II! mid Loimln V, McDnnlel, Wl)li«bn (II) ami II. Smith. Winner — V. McDinlel (!!-()), f,o;i(ii'.—Snnfonl (0-2), nif.-- Miuilal (I7th), I/«pala <l)Ui) Jloy- w (lllh). Buhl Claims Dodgers Still Team to Beat MIiLWAUKEE (UP) — Bushy browed Bob Buhl of the Milwaukee Braves is the top Dodger-killer oC recent years, but ho sl.111 feels Brooklyn is the loam Milwaukee ha.s to beat for the National League pennant. "Thore's nothing old about those guys," said Uuhl after boating the Suspend Five Year Sentence For Peru Man Federal Judge Lynn Parkinson Puts Guy Lavon Woods On Probation Following Embezzlement Conviction . SOUTH BEND (UP) — Federal Judge W. Lynn Parkinson late Thursday put Guy Lavon Woods, 37, on probation for a maximum of five years for embezzlement. Woods, a Peru insurance agent, pleaded "no contest" to charges he embezzled money from the Peru Trust Co. where he formerly worked. In other cases, Parkinson: Sentenced Richard R. Glyhn, 31, Providence, R.I., to three years in prison for transporting a stolen car from Cleveland to Lapaz last May 22. Sentenced Leonard H.' Kordick, 42, Battle Creek, Mich., to two years in prison on his guilty v [ sa of theft from the mails. Kordick admitted taking a check to- $225 from a doctor's office in Indianapolis. Sentenced Robert. L. Jackson, 19, and Paul Lawrence MyniHl, 18, both of Cleveland, Ohio, to two years in prison each on their guilty pleas of driving a stolon oar across ti state line from Cleveland to Elk-hart. Two Michigan men who pleaded Ktdlty lo driving a stolen car from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., to Peru, were ordered hold for prc-scntcnce Investigation. They were James E. Kcckler, JH, Knbmazoo, Mich., and Troy L. Taylor, 18, Dulroit. Frdiay Evening, June 28, 1MT. Court Notes Mary A. Gray was granted judgment for possession of real estate and $315 damages fay Judge Clifford Wild in the Cass circuit court Thursday on her complaint against Charles and Beulah Gibbs, filed April 27. She was represented by Attorney Leland SmUh. • Pasquale Lombard! filed a cross complaint for divorce against Thelma Lombard! in circuit court Thursday through Attorney Harold Tuberly. He charges cruelty and asks jfor the custody of their son. The couple was married Oct. 24, 1952. Red Skelton Takes His Stricken Son On Washington Trip WASHINGTON (UP)— The frail son of comedian Red Skelton eagerly set out with his famous father today to see "everything" in Washington as part of a hurry-un trip to view the wonders of the world. Nine-year-old Richard, who has carrot red hair like his father, i* suffering from deadly leukemia. Red Skelton plans to pack a lifetime of adventures [or his young son into less than four months this summer. He and hii wife, Georgia, plan to take Richard and his 10-year-old sister, ... , Valflntina, tx> all the places tho Thomas Ranee today filed a com- y 0 „ n g s , 0 ,. s have read ai)(J dreamed about. plaint to set 1 aside a default and to vacate the divorce granted his wife, Betty Ranee, in Hie Cass circuit court on June 21. He is represented by the law firm of Myers and Molique. Finding for the plaintiffs quieting rinaing lor me pminuiis quicung «,,,;„ litle to real estate was entered by". 1 . *' ."• Rod and the two children already have toured New York Cily and Boston. Mrs. Skelton will join the family here before they leav* for Mexico Cily. such places as London, Rome, Paris, and Major- Judge Wild in the suit of Billy and Dorothy Ilcnc Si-dam against ,, lc klds . John West Lyman and others. Nor- (he ™ . f c m ^ e man Kit-sling was the attorney forif, 1 ! 1 ?: ... I wan ,' thcm thu plaintiff. • ,4 t 1 1 i • • i '«<>a o '.he Irip ,s to ihe wonderful things ing was the attorney forr siu "- ' n ' a;u ""••'" ~ '. > s|H > cially I Hichard—to learn and see every- Mrs, Helen Odom, 500 llarllrlt street, filed suit for divorce from Robert S. Odom in the Cass circuit court, seeking lo cad a 22- year marriage. She charges cruelty. Three of their six children are minors. She asks ctislody of Ihe three and an order for their support. The couple was married May 25, Hl.'iS, and separated May '17, 1!)!>7, accordinij lo Hie complaint filed through the law firm of Miller, Buhcock and Tolljert. Two Girls Replaced Dodgers 2-1 Thursday for his third jAs Lifeguards After i Protests of Parents Finstcrwcild Leads Western Open by One DKTIIOIT (III') 'Dow (''Iniiler- wald, <J:KJ ol golf' 1 ) most eoiiiilHlenl money wlnnerii, carried a nllm- one-iilrii'lui lead nUi Inilny'n neciiml round of Hie IHi.h Wenturn Ojien golf cliaitiplnmihlii nt I'luni Hollow (loll Club. KJiwlerwiild, a'Ay'iar-uliI iinlJvn of ALhenji, (Jlilo, in/w lilaylng nut (linn, ouU. tlotli nufforoil lirtilnuii and Miiinhcrn mid giuvii;! allendlng Were Jim GoUihall, Konja Morrln, Daylon Merrell, Jaud (;liHinl»>r, Bull Wixviii, Jei'ry Odell, Kwoverlnml, Patty Heek, I'lllilni, Judy (,'liambmvi and Iwo Mr. and Mrn. John Smith ac- ciniiimiiiail Mr. «nd Mr.t, //;iag and non In Ji't, Liiinlenlalii, Kin. The llaagn Imvn lieen vlnltlng rel- (ilJveif and friend.! In ami near Voung America, Mr, nml Mr.i. Guy Mllle-r of Chi- of Mm. Honiile, and eago were weekend I'lrmel PlnM, Handy, Sii.ilo Heek have Meluriieil home alter ;ipemllng nnvcral dayn wllh Mr, mid Men, Mr.i, Ollmay Ilielr Virgil Heclt, 0. A. (.'tu of Tei|llefil.a, Kin,, fired ujider-pai' /}.'; In Tfmr.'jd/iy'/i Ing round for a nniM>:roke ovor Hilly Maxwell of Oi T<ix. illx- out i lljIIW-yard I'liim Hollow lay- wii.in't loo tuiigh on a rainy OIHHI'.HK day. Tlilr(y-/lve of !.hn I'AI liolfeni In the We.'ilern Ojien Held broke pnr ol IH'i.'MI-.'/l. The ijiinr- lol of Kill C;inper Jr., Hnnlln, Calif,; Max KVIHIII, Koclie.Mei', Midi.; Ken Vonlurl, Han C(NCO; and Kalie I'lehii'i'ilun, nldo, N.J., wan only Iwo ulrok'M 'behind li'lniilnrwnli! al, 117, Even Rain Lines Up Against Indians WICHITA, K.IIII. (Ill 1 )—I'iven l^ui rain weiil. agaliijil i.lie. linple:i.'i Indl. ;iiui|>oll.'i Imllami Tlinrnilay nlghl, Hacking up one of l.heli- numl illiiiwfl.i'ouii road e/iirip;ilji(i)H lii re- ,yea,rn, l,!i.o iioven.l.li j I HI >ll I I .1 •'•'••• ,fi-i«lir, in I'll FIDYI IM-II (IMIl 1 II nml^Mr;*. Hlehan^WII- AiDerlnm A'»UH'|IH,|I,II club wound "p a lung road l,rlp )>y l»nl«g null am! .11111:1 altunded a jilenlc S|inneer |iiu'k Saturday evening In honar of the hb'lhday id Mrn. Ma,i(in Arnold, gue;i!n were Mr, and John Mae and MOII Jerry, nuns Dan mid Mr. mid Mr.i. Jlobcil Aniuld family of , Mnnllcello, Ml»x HyiiiiHu.l'.l, Mr/i. Mrji. Dun, and llarlinra Arnnld, ,'iud llclly Yaung Aiiierlea Knll.ling club met Ml the haln of Mr.i, Kllgene Itiihln- ^oii, Mi'-i I), K. Lyhronk wn.i a- wariled Ihe dmir prl'/.e, I'lnnii weni miiili! fur a weiniM' raaMt tn he held ill !lin home af Mr.i. Hlehard Wllfldn for Hie next meeting. !(«• froidimcnU were iierved Mr.i, Klmer lleeh, Mrn. I), K. Lyhrook, Mm. a rd nnnnln Wllinn Uohliwcia, Mrn. lileli- and (Joiirlimy, Mrs, Don Heck, and Mrs. Allen Mr. and Mra. Cliwrlwi llarnor !!•!! (led.'dim Ui |,hu llrnvea. .'leciMiil gitnii! of a iieheiluleil eliiiailiii 1 mm ('allied out, Indlanapolln U>ul( a <t II lend Tho ilon- In the lop ul 1 Uie, nlirlli on Nell Clirln- l«y'« ivfo-nin IKIIIKT, (ml llm gainii wan oalle.il In WlelilUi'fi hid!' ol llm liming by rain-. malting lh» fln.nl fitfnrn 8-z. Thn vlelory hamled llio llraven the lungiie le.ad, l:nllii;wt]."'ill;i reltirikii liiiiini Ui- id^hl. Ui iipen u mii'len iignunil eolliu'-ilwelllng Loulnvllla. :io« ri'i, i / N1CW DKLIII, India flfl'l—Anlim Inl'lilnir/.ii leiifil. (ilX),000 more In already Uiw kll!i<d al. ntuwuui and Itffitcted mild ixxlay. Tlw flgunvi do not IneliKk) rural jiwa.1, for ui''t uiiuvulLiiblo. which Now Vurk Z» ooi imt— 7 IS, (} Clmilnnall (KM 100 000— a u i Anlomilll {(Mi) nrid T h () m ,, „, , KmirlKM CJ.t, l{|||>|wil.«ln I'Viieinmi ID), NllKlin,!! (ID (•I-'I), (4), and Hurgwiii. l»Hur—<(ir»nn llH—Mnyn (Mill), Lockinan (Bill) Argonnc Seeking Strike Settlement fllllOACiO (HI 1 ) _ A iiiiidlnflon .laiiilnn iilme.(| nt niilllliiK n nlrlke by Km ginnrdfi ngainnl. the Argonne Niilloital Liiboriil.nry, /m Aliiinlc I'lnoi'gy Ciiininliuiloii In/dallallon, wan iled for thin aflormmn, ami liie atomlii nmitarch I'linler minr Lomonl, III., were !,o (iienl. Ill (. folo ee/i/T ude ll'V>e|ialr niKiil. In HID ofl'leo of llm KeiliM'n! MeilLallon and Conciliation Service violory over them this your and IHh in two years against only one dofunl nl their hands. "They're xlllt tough Lo pitch lo," said Buhl, who denies that lie pltchiis any differently against Brooklyn than uguln.sl other teams in the k'a.guo. "Thoy'vo ha<I somfl lough luck with their pUcliers am! a couple of ;!,ht'Jr regiilar.s have been mil. i>f Die lineup at tlmen, but their good ihonch has itopl; them In conlen- llon. I fflel they're Hie learn we'll hikve lo bent for Ihe ponnan 1 .," he Hi'.ld. Htihl .said he doesn't frscl "any dlffiM'enl. ii'iid T don't, throw any olio pilch when I face Uniiiklyn." Tile fnst-hnlling riirld-liandcr has a 0-2 record ar.il lias won i'lve slniigh!., lie linn thrown five lour hitters. The won-lo.su record .night luwo been boiler hut llulil wasn't given much work for the Iir.nl Iwo •wueltH of MID Keason. "I don't know why I wasn't used morn. Mityho (Managi'v Kred) ll'iney flgnnsd 1 needed more conditioning," llulil mild. Hi' missed part of spring train- Ing biTmi.'.ic of a slight hack In- Jury wlilch lie HtdTored while reaching for n wimlwleb ul liinrJi. ",Si)inel.li!ng pop;>cd as I readied. II WIKI niii'i- an a boil for a couplo i>I tvi'iilni and I didn't work much," Dull! mild. Buhl flgnniH a winning pllelnir ;ii;(i(l.i mire 1/han Dm uminl loolii of hill iipofiiHidnii, Ho mjeds » Illlle luck. "TaJici Mia oUiur nlglil. for ex- iiniplii. It wan a ll-(l gnmo mid I wa.s lltleil for a plneli hlllor In Ihe iilaMi, We got a run In Ilia!. Inning nml won, 'Ml. I wan erodlled with Hi" victory. OlhiTwl'ii) !l would have gomi to nomoone iilwi," |»i Hlllll, KAST CHfCAG'O (UD—A protest by Irate Biwi. Chicugo mollicrs has nwiillcd In Ihe replacement of two Kir] "lifeguards" who were i>n duly al a new swimming puol ,'ill'iiougli tliey ore non-swimmer's. Park Supl. Dan Modrea sakl the two had beun replaced by guards who can swim. Tho nxjlhej-s (•liarge.d the non-swimmers were placed on duty al. l.li c n ( . w Addition Dlslrii.'t |>o()l when It opc'ited I'nr Ihe firs!. Umo Mils week. The pool wa.s closed for the day follow)!);; |.he »ro|ivf|. MecliXMi snld the |, W o glrl.s W i!re tennsfcri'ed to other duties after Uio puul closed. Twelve Get School Loans INDIANAPOLIS (IIH)-TvMvH Indiana cninmiinll.leti wnro awm'il- hern, '!'•!)<> guiu'dn ;H)| up plekel. linen Thiinidny In n dlnpnle oviir wagen. ft'l.alo iiollco ami nlierll'f'n iil'flcurn mii'lntnlni'd neeili'lly lU Hut liMtalla- llon, which l.i o|)iiral.eil by Uie llnl- ; liinnn, vei'sll.y of Clilcagin for thi'i AI'IC. Tim lalioriilory once wan a mipoi'-necriil. aUinilc war wenponn reiienriili (.'(tutor, llowevoi', ul. III'IHI lor (.' iitnml Ion by thti (leneral Coimnlji- iiloii of l.he Shrill Ikinrd of I'Miica- l.-im Tliui'iiiliiy, Tho cnmnil.'i.'ilnii npiii'nvixl flhi- Irlbiillini ol' Hie money I'l'iiiu Ihu Veternrw Memorial Kclioiil Coii- .'ilnictlnn Kiinil, mnile up ol' money 1'il't over friini Ixinim pnymeiil.'< I" veleraiui af World War I.I and Uui Korean War. Tim nioiuty In to hn ntpald In thi' ,'itul.e wll.ltln ^0 yeni'.'i. No acttoti wart aiiiiuiinced on ,'IH iilber ii.p|)lleiv!.lim>i !<»' nlmllnr on!. nlioiil. III! )>nr cent ol' llm work In (in (luc.liwiiilfled nloinn-foi'-jiiiiu.'!) aMtlvllleii. Tommy Holmes New Montreal Manager MONTHKAI, (Ul 1 ) llolniivi linn lienii named the now iiliiiiagiir i>f llw Miinl,n»ii1 llnynlii «•!!<( will Ul(« (iviir Ihe ftiturtitt- IJ'iiinl fiiinguit iilul) Unlurdny, llolinnii, who onee mnnaiiod the (limldii llrawi, r e p I a c « « (irog Mulli'iivy, who I'imlfiniiil June M, IIMI'IHK ON I.EAVK OINOINNATI ti;i') - LynUm. iuily) Dtitfifnnn velenm Nidlun- nl League umiilre, began a twa- inniiilli liiave ol' alwmce liidny due \/i HII "milm-gomnnl. of l.he Insurt" nml liln pliK'e mi th.e ntiiff will tin ef l;h(! i)l kini clude: Illghlaiul ii > lio(ilii will receive oach, Tliuy In- Lake County; Llnlon- .Slin.'kion i:oii.'iolldnl.lon, (Imeiie ('utility; (Irlffllli, Lake Coimly; Hlclilaml Twp,, Miullnnii (lomvly; Oharleiilown 'IVp,, Clark Couifly; Union Twj),, Miullnini County; ,lef- fei'non Twp,, Clark Oaiinly; Loo- tlooloo, Min'lln Cnuiily; llnrr Twii., DiU'livin f'ouiity. Van Huron Tw|i,, , Monroe Oliiinty, rodelvml $2:i2,2(H)| Mliifllil- ,illii«wa, (Irnitl. CVmiil.y, (1112, -KM, ;m<l Hloonifleld, (irnene Coimly, l|i 110,000, filled Li'.ngiie, by umpire l'!d Sudnl, piu>. !mm Mm liilnriwtloiwl WIM advUed lx> tdko n liiiivo of idisoniN! liy Dt, (1, ICen- nel.li Illildlo nf Ohiclnnid.l, who gave him a coiiipUdij pliy^lcal ex.n,mlinii(.l<in bin Wi'dneiiday uonditlon. aikl dl- IZoriing Ordinance j Blocks Steel Plant VAIiPAIIAISO (llP)—This Ogdeil .DIIIICH 1'lan Cnininl«/doi) luw ivinnml a IIDW yiiinlii.g (H'llliwuiee which winilil (limy Iliitlilulwn) Steel ('V|i. (.he rl»lit to l>titld a nteel mill on llin lakafrimt near Ogdem DlllUMI, Tliii plmi would bun lioii'vy In- (lu.'ilii'y wliUiln n l.wo-inlto riulltin of thu town llmlln, IndLann livw al- lowii corporitto lAwiirt lo nutlti) mi eh JienliiK i l htil.rlcl.l<M)a. A npei;lal meellng i»l' lihe town (rinifeiy will ho culled July 1 to voUi on tin) now 25 NHW TJlAJi'KIC I>KATHS INRIANAI'OMS (UP) _ Slide 'ollee reported K traffic deaths u liwlliiiin lii.s-1 woe* through midnight Sunday, |MHK|.|II K |.| )(1 y.(. n r'.s 'oil lo -Illl—an 1,'ss thiiui during Uie •orciwixindiag period In.si year, I'lie piMvl.-iliinnl figures listed OT fnlnlllles In rural nruns, 107 In llrbiin cllfd/rlcls. Mra. Irnia Lnwiiorno, IH'.i Sov- cnth street, charges cruelly in a suit for divorce from Hubert Law- honie in the Cass circuil court. •She asks custody of their two minor children ami $5,00(1 alimony. The couple was married June 111, '1355, and sepnrtited June 2ti. this year, according lo the eeniplainl filed through the law firm of 0'- •Nolll and O'Neill. thing there is lo see." Roil, who believes in said that "for the rest, we are in God's hands." While in New York. Ihe usually indifferent biir cily folk went out of (heir way lo show their affection. YOIIDR Hie-hard look Ihe controls of a streamlined di^e! locomotive for a short trip at Grand Central Terminal and aim sleered a ferry boat on his way to Mie Slalue of Liberty. Hed, Richard and Valenlinn. who has just as br'ght red hair as her father and brollu-r, arrived at .\alional airport hero Thursday. Notion Counts 134 Polio Coses in Week WASHINGTON mri —The Public IU>al!.h So said today that KM new polio rases were reported dtirini! the past wwk, bringing to I ,li(iO tJic niinibtM' of eases sinco The divorce suit filed by Mrs. 1 Jan. 1. Mary Itiltenhonse in the Cass I'ir-j The <\»nipm'able HIM fiKUiv.i cult, court was venued In Miami j were 17ti eases for Uui week and county by ,lml;;e Wild at Uic re- \ 2.397 ease.'; since start <if the year, (juest of the plain!ifl. Since April J Uie seasimnl low poiin whli'h is I'oii'MlrrtHl ll'.o slart of l.he eurrenl jiello «»,'i.si>n—7;t:i new eases have hee.n ri'liortod. Las! year, Ihe total for t,he (.-uiii- piM'able peri<nl was I,MO. The sol-vice said last weeh'.s report Ineliid.'d lit eases uf paralylii* |xili<i. 71 casiK <if non-p.'irjilylk' polio, and 12 of unspivil'it-d type. Hoosier Is Elected President of Jaycees MILWAUKflK, (l'-I'>~r.hnrUw K Shearer Jr., ;!•!. lodny took ovni Jis head ol Ihe U.S. Junior Cham- hiM- of ComnnHTe. , ... Shearer, who stepped up from!The .'leeuimiliitive flguix's since vice iiresIdiMil. defen-ied (w« np|>u-1 April I were :i(lll p.'iralyli<-, ;M:! nenls 111 Uie elni'lion Tfiur.-iday nt mm p.irnlylie, and »» not spedfiixl. Uie wind up o|' Ihe three (lay na; tliuial Ja,vee»e eonveulien. ' The yolinR In.ltnna allurney de- fealed Willlain U, Hisher, 211. Ham- jlii-iv., S.('., aiul Lnwreivee I). Wimd-i ("Alt HITS ABl'TSUCNT IlK'KNKLl. (IIP' — Iv.igi'iie V. Hond, W, llmeevllle. was killeil Thnrsdny night wlien his ear win-Ill, :ili, Kenl, Wasli. nn Hie si'e-' eni.slnsl into a bridge abutment mid bnllol. Ahonl. :i,(X)0 iMegales en hid. 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