Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune One Killed When Three Autos and Two Trucks Collide OTTERBEIN (UP)—John Hay den Lewis, 21, Elwood, was killed Tuesday night when three automo-| biles and two big trucks piled — in a grinding double-collision the edge of this Benton County! town. State police said the chain-reaction wreck was touched off when Glenda King of Otterbein started to turn right off U.S. 52 into an Otterbein street. Her car was hit by another driven by Carl Hiike, Lafayette. Huke's car glanced into a semi- trailer driven by Theodore Backs, Vincennes. The big truck overturned. A second semi-trailer driven by Lawrence Tomilson, Cincinnati, was flagged down to keep it from plowing into the wreckage of the other truck. Lewis' car smashed Into the rear of the flaggd truck. Police said Lewis' home was somwhere in Wisconsin and that he has been working in Elwood. John Walls Heads Church Congregation John Walls was elected presi- of the local St. Jamos Lutheran congregation at the voters' assembly Monday evening. Other officers named are Gordon Muehlhaiisen, vice-president; Donald Rpwe, secretary; Albert Drompp, financial secretary; Wai ter Meyer, treasurer; Jerry Luct- zow, chairman of the finance board. Elected to three-year terms of office are John McCammon, trustee; Carl Meyer, Jr., elder; and Clarence Peck, deacon. Present members of the church council whose terms will continue through 1958 are Fred Hauss and Walter Kohls, trustees; Richard McDonald and Paul West, elder.;; Ralph Wiseley and Robert Woi.f, deacons. Wednesday Evening, November JO, 19ST. SMOKE MARKS BODIES—Smoke flares dropped from helicopters mark bodies and debris from the Pan Am airliner lost with 44 aboard about 1,000 milea northeast of Hawaii on a flight from California. Beyond is the aircraft carrier Philippine Sea. . (International Radiophoto) State Traffic Toll 32 Under'56 Mark By UNITED PRESS Despite the fact Indiana's 1,000th traffic fatality..^of 1957 was recorded only five days later than that total in 1956, the year's toll was 32 lower than last year's as of Sunday midnight. State police provisional figures showed today that through last Sunday the toll was 999, compared with 1,031 at the same date last year. Twenty-two deaths were added to the list last week, compared with 41 in the corresponding week Of 1956. 7 IN FAMILY KILLED DBTROLT (UP) — Six young brothers and sisters were killed Tuesday when fire swept through their upstairs apartment near downtown Detroit. The children, ranging in age from 6 months to 6 years, apparently were alone in the apartment when the. fire started. SATELLITE OFF FOR A SPIN—That bundle engineers arc stuffing Into the pod is the U. S. satellite, wrapped against scratching-. The pod Is the end ot the aim ol a whirling device. The satellite was bein.j tested up to 35 Ga. Indications are It can stand up to 100 Gs. More than 400 vibration and centrifuge tests have been made on the satellite's components. (International Sourulplioto) Practical Gifts In The Home JEWELRY BOXES IN ASSORTED STYLES & COLORS Priced at S2.98 to $8.95 PLAYING CARDS In singU, double, and triple decks. Plastic finish. Washable. Priced $1.CO & $1.25 A Deck POKER CHIPS 'Durable plastic, will stack. Priced $1.00 p»r hundred '.POWEIR CHIPS WITH RACK AND 200 CHIPS nt $4.95 to $8.95 930 East Broadway Phone 4287 Our large selection of fine wines/ liquors, brandies, etc. will make it easy to give an appreciated gift . . . Also, you'll •want a supply for the holidays ahead. Regal Liquor Store *•-* variety $1.00 BOX CARDS • TALL CARDS • REGULAR SIZE 'J? -«&t^, & 25 to SO-Count -Boxes In 'Religious, Cute, Humorous, and Assorted Boxes '%UY 'EARLY 'FOR BEST SBLBCTtON" 422 East Broadway GRAND IDEAS for GRAND GIVING FOR SURE-TOfcBE-WELCOMf GIFTS FOR EVERYONE FROM INFANTS TO SENIOR CITIZENS, DEPEND ON THE GIFT-SPOTTER This handy popular Gift'Directory quickly telli you the What-And-Where of Good Gift-Picking. FINE ITEMS EVERY TIME! GIFTS FOR DAD GIFTS FOR MOTHER GIFTS FOR BROTHER GIFTS FOR SISTER GIFTS FOR CHH.IH.EN Sute StaAi foi d GIFTS-FOR THE HOME M For The Lady _ On Your Gift List . G.E. AUTOMATIC SKIUET TKii'vino-lib •bcirit-.slrilllfTiooti a simple breakfast er o complete dinner. Copncily} 3 qts. Frill,' bakts^il.wt, broil.!. Ui. it at th. lab!.. In the Ira. ing room, or outdoors. Complete cook- in B juid. on hondl».jAlio on»|/obl« Ids cover. 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