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Tuesday Evening, November 19, 1957. French Foreign Minister, Dulles Meeting Today WASHINGTON (UP)—In a face to face meeting today French Foreign Minister Christian Pineau calls upon Secretary of State John- Foster Dulles to help heal the al- .ied breach over U.S.-British arms shipments to Tunisia. Dulles was expected to point up some of the ground the two will cover at a news' conference this morning. He will hold his first session with Pineau later in the day. The _ United States is eager to ?et things patched up before the '•Jorth Atlantic Treaty Organization meeting in Paris next month, Pineau was reported seeking Dulles' help in bringing about a general French-Tunisian agree- nent on outstanding problems be- ween France and her former protectorate. Means of Ending Crisis Such an agreement could provide the new French government i way out of its near-crisis •rompted by the arms shipments, vhich France fears will help the nationalist rebels in Algeria. Authorities said Dulles probably would react favorably. Pineau said Monday his government wants "to reinforce Atlantic :olidarity that was compromised" i>y the arms shipments. "Never since the war has the Communist Party gained such a victory in France," he said. "French public opinion . is very troubled by this question." • In London British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd told Parlia- ncnt Communist Czechoslovakia 'iad offered to supply Tunisia with arms. In -Rome, the new Tunisian ambassador to Italy, Habib Bourgui- >a Jr., said Russia had "quietly" offered arms to his country and ''just as quietly" the offer was 'urned down. Bourguiba is the son of Tunisia's president. Dulles and Pineau planned to talk over some of their thinking ibout how to put the new mus- •les into NATO. Dulles and his Adams Denies Ike "Isolated" From "Gripes" CSHICAGO* tup) — Top white House assistant Sherman Adams has denied President Eisenhower is being "isolated" from his duties I to the country, and said the President "knows what the gripes are." The presidential assistant told 1,000 Republicans at a rally Monday that the job of the White House staff is to see to it ' the President of the United States is the best informed person in the world." Disclaiming any policy-mailing role for himself, Adams said his staff "simply serves the desl: of the President," carrying out his wishes. Adams said the term "modern . Republican" is intended to de 'scribe an' "attitude, not a division," saying the proof of the pudding lies in the fact that "the President has put in as much time campaigning for Republicans as any president in history." The former New Hampshire governor said the term signifies only that the party should be "dynamic, forward-looking and courageous" in dealing with current problems. In asserting that the President is 'sensitive to criticism 'about the administration, Adams said "he knows about the gripes concerning the secretary of agriculture, Ezra Taft Benson; about Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' and the various things people don't like about foreign policy...taxes...national defense ... missiles ... and Board Asks Rules For Driving Range , Dick Nethercutt and Fred'WoKe udes have been thinking about'a | were notified Monday evening to umber of ideas such as building ip rc p are a se t of rule and regu- ew missile bases abroad, stor- . - . ig more nuclear warheads and ombs i nNATO countries under r.S. control for quick transfer to lilies in case of war, setting up T missile school in Europe, broadening the NATO council's field of liscussion to get better western Points Out Needs of UF Dale McNutt, chairman of the Cass county United Fund drive, warned Monday that allocations for the 12 UF agencies will have to be reduced if the goal of $107,350 is not reached. About $15,000 is still needed. He said that if the agencies do not receive the amounts set up for ;hem in the United Fund budget, they will be unable to provide aH the services for which they .are responsible. McNutt renewed his plea for pledges from persons who have not been contacted • during the campaign He said they .could I and-said that between the fact the make pledges by calling the Unit-;petition was filed Sept. 20 should Pd w,mH office in the citv build- have given "ample time" to pre- :oreign policy other steps. coordination and Urges Insurance Firms to Launch Traffic Safety Plan 3MDIANAPOMS COP) — Robert B. Estlick, Columbia City, urged 'ndiana insurance agents to launch traffic safety programs in the face of the state's traffic 'death toll. ' Estlick spoke Monday night at a meeting of the Indiana Association of Insurance Agents. He is vice president of the organization and scheduled to be elected Wednesday as president. "The 1,000th traffic death is deplorable," Estlick said. "It is time insurance agents take action. The TAIA through local boards; in various counties must act at once to start programs to promote traffic safety." lations governing their proposed driving range and miniature golf course, and submit them to the Board of Zoning Appeals at another hearing on their proposal on Dec. 16. The board considered the petition for conditional use of property a mile north of,here on Ind. 17 submitted by Nethercutt and Wolfe at a meeting Monday evening, and one nearby resident appeared to ask if the place would operate until midnight or later and become a neighborhood nuisance. ed Fund office in the city build- ng. The number is 3533. Additional, organizations which have met their quotas are: Bubel's Barber shop, Eikelberner's Tractor Sales, Haugh's Sundries and Delta Theta Chi Soroc- ty. REPORT BREAK-INS Robert Jewell, 906 Burlington avenue, reported to city police Tuesday noon that his root beer stand at 508 South Cicott street, closed since Oct. 1, had been broker; into, but the loot, if any, was not known. The administrator of the estate .including the home at 710 Race street also reported that the house had been broken into, but nothing appeared to be missing. Three Auto Mishaps Reported to Police Mary Reames, 18, Fulton, and Ellen. Pugh, riding with Walker Pugh, 40, of 417 Barren street, suffered sprained necks when "a car driven by George Lough, 45, of 121 East Linden avenue, bumped the Reames auto and shoved it into the Pugh vehicle on North Third street at 5:10 p.m. Monday. Pugh had stopped in a line of traffic near Tacoma avenue and Miss Reames had stopped behind him when the mishap occurred. A car driven by James Brown, 68, of 1421 Highland, was bumped from behind by a car driven by the Rev. Donald Bailey, 50, Kokomo, on North Sixth street near East Miami avenue at 3 p.m. Saturday, it was reported to police Tuesday. Cars driven by Marilyn Malott, 21, of 1407 Liberty street, and Danny Titus, 18, were damaged at 8 a.m. s Monday at Twelfth and Broadway when Titus, headed north, turned left and clipped the back end of the southbound car driven by Miss Malott. Court Notes Judge Clifford 0. Wild Tuesday set the trial of the complaint on judgment by Thomas Jones against Charles and Martha Downhour for Tuesday, Dec. 3. Billy Williams, Stoney Pike Trailer Court, asks custody of their minor child in a suit for divorce from Dorothy Williams in the Cass circuit court. They were married Feb. 6, 1954, and separated Aug. 11, this year, according to the complaint filed through Attorney Orville Fox. Mrs. Jessie Opal Morris, of Rogers hall, Longcliff, charges cruelty in a complaint for divorce from Ira A. Morris, Sr., in circuit court. They were married Dec. 31, 1950, and separated Oct. 29, this year, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of Landis and Michael. JAILED FOR CONTEMPT Donald M. Hall, 29, of 134 Linden avenue, was jailed Monday evening by Sheriff p. R. Carson and Deputy Roy King on a circuil court attachment for contempt ol court. "RAUSMITfEMl" — Hans Max Haupt, 63, is ushered to a plans In New York to leave for Germany, a condition of his release from a life prison sentence for treason. During World War n the Chlcagoan was convicted for harboring his son, a Nazi saboteur who landed I'rom a German submarine on .'Bast Coast. The son was caught and executed. (InternatiO'nal} TOWING ITI—A helicopter tows a minesweeper at Lee-On-Solent, England, in a British navy test to determine value of big helicopters for salvage work. The 'copter i« 30 feet high' and tow line is 160. xards long. The minesweeper Gavington is 360 long ton'a. (International} Grant 8-Week Continuance in Water Rate Case INDIANAPOLIS (OP)—The Indi- tpday granted reluctantly an 8- week continuance in a Terre Haute water rate case. A petition for a rate increase by the Terre Haute Water Works Corp. first resulted in a hearing date of Oct. 23. It was continued to • Nov. 20 at request of Terre Haute. The city then asked for another continuance, . and at a special meeting late Monday the PSC de| cided to continue the hearing to Jan, 14. However, the commission criticized the city and Mayor Ralph Tucker for not being ready Flu Hits Louisiana By UNITED PRESS Twenty-six new flu deaths re- jorted in Louisiana sent the na- ion's fatality count from influenza and 'its complications to. near the (50 mark. The latest Louisiana deaths wrought that state's toll from a lu epidemic to 47. The United Press counted at east 842 deaths blamed on flu or ,ts complications since midsummer when the first case of Asian lu in the nation was reported. New York had the highest fatality toll with 134 deaths, fol- .owed by Georgia with 124 and Pennsylvania with 109. pare the case. The minutes of Monday's meeting also disputed claims by Tucker that the city was not given ample notice. Meanwhile, the utility filed a new petition today for an interim rate increase in the event the PSC does not issue an order for an increase within 60 days after the hearing is held. The temporary rate increase, if granted, would raise income by $320,000 a year and the minimum; monthly charge for service from' $1.50 to 2.03. Orders Youth Brought Here Oa«s circuit Judge Clifford 0. Turnout at School Meet Disappointing Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Dixie's Black Storm Is Headed for Atlantic DELPHI — A meeting here to I « » i »• find an'answer to a school VKfo-\i,Lftt\\fi^ft \A/mc lem caused by increased enroll- VJU 11IUIU TTIIIa ment was : attended by only WO persons — a, disappointing turnout to Supt. Ross Tipton, he said. No decision was made. There were two alternatives discussed. A new addition costing $230,000 could be built on the present Monroe street building. The playground is large enough for expansion. The gym would seat 1800 people. There would be rollaway bleachers, a band room, and cafeteria. The other proposal was to build a new school on 21 acres of land in South Delphi. This would cost about $800,000, a sum pfficals generally considered as prohibitive. The cumulative building fund, in effect since 1947, now totals $98,409, and $25,000 will be added in December, makinga total of $123,409. A survey made recently by Purdue Univeristy recommended to the school district that they build onto the Monroe school. School board members are Paul Johnson, president: Turner Spitley, secretary; and-. Charles treasurer. Nelson, His Vote of Confidence PARIS (UP) — Premier Felix Gaillard won a vote of confidence! populated 'area, killir.g one and in" BIRMINGHAM, Ala. ('UP)—A brooding black storm front moved eastward toward the Atlantic today, leaving at least eight dead in tornadoes that pounded Alabama and Mississippi for two days. Alabama was hardest hit Monday — particularly the industrial city of Birmingham, where a twister dipped down in a heavily in the National Assembly tonight | on a bill granting him emergency financial powers to raise taxes and control wages and prices. The unofficial vote count was 250-183 in favor of Gaillard, with about 60 abstentions. The new premier's decisive ma- juring 36. One other person was reported killed in Blount County, northeast of Birmingham, and a woman drowned in a swollen stream. The front, whipped up in a clash of warm and cold air in the Southeast, also brought heavy jority no doubt was hdped along thunderstorms and high winds to by a French desire to unite in the face of the crisis caused in the Western alliance by Anglo-American arms shipments tc Tunisia. It came with the nation gripped in the paralysis of a 24-hour strike sections of other states and flash floods to several Tennessee towns. Front Heading East Strong winds and heavy rain hit Georgia Monday night and early by more than a million govern-; today and the Atlanta Weather ment workers in protest against ... A NAUGHTY TRICK SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UP) — One school-hating youngster here wouldn't go so far as to burn down the school, but he apparently felt he could delay its being built. Police said today they suspected Wild Tuesday ordered the super- a juvenile stole vital notebooks existing wage freeze policies. Several thousands angry workers converged on the Place de la Concorde in the heart of Paris several hours before the deputies voted. But heavy police lines prevented 'the crowd fro..7i reaching the assembly building. It was against this background of anger and excitement that Gaillard won the rig'ht to raise 240 million dollars in new taxes, intendent of. the state reformatory to have Hershel Wayne Townsend, 22, in the local court at 9:30 a.m. December 2 for a hearing on his petition for a writ of error coram r.<A>is. Townsend filed the petition on Jan.- 13, 1956, in an attempt to obtain his release from the state reformatory, where he is serving a from a construction shack at the building site of a two-million-dollar technical high school. The notebooks, which contain the locations of 530 huge piles driven into the site, -must be quickly recovered to prevent a long construction delay. HIT BY CAB INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Oliver Hughes, 78, was killed Monday night when he was struck by an 10 to 25 year sentence. H« claims state of automobile while crossing a city i street. Mrs. Joan Bush, 42, the st, told police she was rush- Bureau warned of heavy thunderstorms in southeast Georgia and southwest South Carolina as the front passed over. The tornado at Birmingham was one of nine reported in Alabama Monday and several more touched down in Mississippi, injuring at least six and causing extensive damage. Twisters also were reported in the Alabama cities of Gadsden, Oneonta, Forkland, Douglas, Alas well as sweeping powers to h"T"f' £°™' a ™. control prices and wages in anj bertvllle . Boaz and effort to halt runaway inflation. Third Street Market Veals 20 Lambs 18 Veal Hides 12 Beef Hides Eggs ,.» .04 .. .31 ot the counsel o£ his father when 'he pleaded guilty Dee. 30, 1955, to a robbery charge in tbe Cass circuit court. Townsend was alleged to have slashed the robbery victim on the face with a broken soft drink bottle. He broke out of jail before he was arraigned, but he was recaptured the following day. Woman Injured in Crash at Winamac WINAMAC — A South Bend woman suffered a fractured left hip ate Monday night when the car in which she was riding struck a tree on -U. S. highway 35, about 2'A miles north of Winamac. Mrs. .;iRoselIa Van Meter, who was returning to South Bend with ler son, Martin Van Meter, after visiting relatives in Winamac, was given emergency treatment-at Car r seal hospital and later taken to St. oseph's hospital in South Bend. Sheriff Roy Galbreath said Van Meter, who. was not injured, apparently lost control of the car on i sharp curve. He estimated damage to the 1951 model at about $300, Youths Draw Fines For Hub Cap Thefts William J. Whybrew, 18, of 800 Race street,' and Robert L. Wife- arm, state hospital, were fined $50 and costs apiece for petit larceny, and handed suspended 60-day terms at the state farm by Judge Harlod Tuberty in city court Tuesday morning. The youths were arrested in connection with the theft of auto hub Russia Seeks Big Disarm Commission UNITED NATIONS CUP)-TUis- sia announced formally today that it "will not participate" in the United Nations Disarmament Commission .unless the .West agrees to an even division between Western Allies and satellite and 'neutralist" countries in its membership. Soviet satellite Albania proposed the addition of seven countries to the Western-accepted plan to add M new members to the present Disarmament Commission., •India, prime mover in the plan to expand the commission to meet Russia's earlier threat to boycott arms talks, moved adjournment of the debate for new consultations. The United States, feeling with its Western Allies, that they had gone far enough to mollify Moscow, opposed adjournment and insisted on going ahead with a vote on a six-power resolution to expand the commission by 14 countries. The assembly rejected India's adjournment motion by a 42-28 vote with 7 abstentions. WHEAT TO POLAND WARSAW, Poland PUP)—More than 280,000 tons of American wheat have arrived in Poland since July 23 under the Polish- American economic agreement, the Polish News Agency said today. The agency also said that 9,600 tons of soya beans, 96,000 bales of cotton and 15,000 tons of fats had arrived from the United States. MRS SISK WES. CRAWFORiDSVILLK (U3P) Mrs. Cepha Frances Sisk, 53, a native of Crawfprdsville and the wife of a television producer, has died in Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Sisk's husband,' Robert, produces "Wyatt Ear?" and "The Californians." TO BUILD BOSPORUS BRIDGE NEW YORK (OP)—Dr. David B. Steinman, designer of the recently opened, 7,400-foot, 100 million dollar Mackinac suspension DOOR-MAKER HONORED INDIANAPOLIS » — The Women's Researen Guild Friday awarded Wesley D. Hamilton, Ev- ansyille, a meritorious industrial achievement award "or "creative | genius and; engineering.' Ward heads a firm that makes revolving doors powered with motors. ment of an elbow wound and saw PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 17.60 190 to 220 17.10 220 to 240 16.75 240 to 260 16.50 260 to WO 16.25 280 to 300 16.15 Sows 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 If your feet are really not pretty, the best thing to do Is to hide them. That is, stay away from open-toed shoes and sandals. W E L C O M E—-Adlal Stevenson, shakes hands with a reporter on arriving in Washington for foreign policy talks with Secretary Dulles. (International) Hawkins Stockyards Meat type above quotations 200 to 220 16.85 220 to 240 16.60 240 to 260 16.35 260 to 280 16.20 280 to 300 16.00 Sows 15.25 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down loosa. Flash Flood Hits Town In Tennessee the town of Spring City was hit by a flash flood and water reached a depth of six feet after a house washed against the mould of a drain culvert. Between • 60 and 75 families had to vacate their homes and water damag3 was extensive in the business section. Georgia Civil Defense officials reported that about 25 homes wero damaged by strong winds in Atlanta. Trees and power lines were knocked down and there was minor flooding in low areas. Five persons were killed Sunday in Alabama and Mississippi by scattered twisters and the two ' days of buffeting resulted in extensive property damage. Louisiana and Texas had tor- nato activity last week that injured several persons and destroyed a number of buildings. Veal ie.M Popejoy Drtuirg Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 15 Wayn»'t Produce Leghorn Hens 11, Heavy Hens .' 15[his garage broken by vandals. More Window-Breaking Incidents Reported Two more window-breaking cases were reported to city police Tuesday, one involving several windows at an east end service station. Police were called and found that a number of panes of glass in the Cities Service station, 17BO East Market street, had been broken. James Rothermel, 422 Day street, also reported a window in SALE CALENDAR Nov. 20—Freeman Simms Bridge Nov. 20—Fred Scifert Shigley & Vogel. Nov. 20—Berkshire Auction House ...... Johnson, 'Auct. Nov. 22—Hummel Estate Weddington Nov. 22—Vernice Working Murden Nov. 22—Joe's Auction Teel Nov. 23—Maple Grove Sales & Service Rinehart . Nov. 23—Cecil Shoemaker & Miller Heirs Plotner Nov. 23—Berkshire Auction House Waldron, Auct. caps. . [bridge in "Michigan, said Monday The only other case before the'he has been awarded a 50 million judge was a person charged wiiih dollar contract to design a bridge public intoxication. The defendant was. fined. across the bosporus at Istanbul, Turkey. BOTTOM DROPS OUT OF REAl ESTATE—Thin Wg cave-In endangers nine homes and a five-family apartment building; in Seattle, Wash. 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