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Monday Evening, December'30, 1957. Latest Market Reports IREAKFAST COST UP •lorn, bacon, eggi top year ago, though cotfe« is down sharply. ••toll Food Pricn Oct.: '37 VI. '56 MRC1NT CHANOI -» -H-i I 41 4H+IH1HB D«tw us. ub«r D.PU l.U. Indonesia's President Warns West Editors Note: The following dispatch is based on an exclusive Interview with President Sukarno of Indonesia. It was obtained in the form of written replies to cabled questions. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens .11 Heavy Hens 18 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type at>ove quotations 190. to 210 19.00 210 to 230 18.60 230 to 250 18.10 250 to 270 -. 17.60 270 to 300 17.00 Sows „ 15.50 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal ; 19.00 PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 19.75 190 to 210 19.25 21C to 230 18.75 230 to 250 18.50 250 to 270 18.00 270 to 300 .' 17.75 Sows 15.50 down Boars 10.00-11.50 Stags 11.00-14.00 Third Street Market Veals » Lambs *• •!' Veal Hides ~ -^ Beef Hides Oi Eggs « Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens Heavy Hens INDIANAPOLIS OJPO — Livestock: Hogs 11,500; 25-50 lower; 180-240 Ib 16.00-19.75, some to 20.00; 240270 Ib 18.25-19.00; heavier scarce; 135-160 Ib 17.00-18.50, few 18.75. Cattle 3,100; calves 200; uneven; high good to average choice steers 24.50-26.00; standard and low good 19.00-23.00; good and low choice heifers 22.00-24.50; vealers strong to 50 higher; good and choice By ROBERT TJDICK United Press Staff Correspondent JAKARTA, Indonesia ('UP) — President Sukarno of Indonesia has warned the West that it will be cut off from the "majority of mankind" unless it stops trying to impose its political formulas in other areas of the world. The veteran Asian nationalist al_o cautioned against putting a Communist tag on "every deviation from Western thoughts in Asia." Sukarno, who is scheduled to leave the country soon for a rest, made his statements Sunday in written replies to cabled questions from United Press at a time when his country is embroiled in a diplomatic battle with the Netherlands. He was asked specifically about a recent allegation by a London newspaper that Indonesia is heading for a Communist regime dependent on China and Russia. ' I am rather reluctan'. to comment on such an allegation...since it seems to me to become rather a hobby for some quarters to accuse a country or people as Communists if their views on political or economic affairs do not coincide with the West's," he 'said. He noted that Indonesia was one of the last countries to establish diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union and conducts relatively little trade with Russia or Communist China compared, with other nations in Asia and many in Western Europe. "But apart from that, let me express a firm warning to these quarters that it would not be wise :o ascribe every deviation from Western thoughts in Asia to communism or Communist influence," Sukarno said. He said development of political and economic stability calls for ingenuity of leadership and methods ;hat blend with the times. "I am afraid that if you regard 25.00-31.50, prime to 33.50. Sheep 1,500; fully steady to strong; good and choice wooled and shorn lambs 21.50-23.50. CHICAGO (UP)— Livestock: Hogs 14,000; 50-75 lower; No. 1-3, 190-230 Ibs 18.75-19.75; 230-250 Ibs 18.25-19.00; 250-270 Ibs 17.75-18.50. Cattle 25,000, calves 200; high choice and prime steers and heifers steady; average choice and below steady to 50 lowtr; vealers steady; prime steers 28.50-30.00; choice steers 25.75 - 27.75; good steers 23.00-25.00; choice and prime heifers 25.25-28.00; standard and good 19.00-24.50; good and choice vealers 26.00-30.00. Sheep 3,000; wooled lambs strong to 25 higher; good to prime wooled lambs 21.75-24.00. as your opponent every nation, every country, mainly because Six Persons Victims of Auto Crashes By UNITED PRESS At -least six persons, including a Posey County girl struck by a hit-run driver, were killed in Indiana weekend traffic accidents. Two other Hoosiers died in out- of-state crashes. The toll was less than half the number killed last weekend when 13 died, including five in one accident. The Posey County fatality took the life of Carolyn Giaser, 8, Wadesville. She was killed when struck by a hit-run driver as she walked along a county road near St. Wendells late Saturday. At least three persons were autos crashed' into TO VISIT HER SON IN RED CHINA-Mrs. Buth Redmond, 56, is shown at her home in Yonkers, K. Y, with her grandchildren, who look at a photo ol her son, Hugh, 38, who was imprisoned in Bed China after his conviction on "spying" charges six years ago. Mrs. Redmond will- leave co. New Year's Day on a flight *o visit Hugh, •whom the children have never seen. She ia one of three mothers given permission by the Red Chinese government to visit their sons, American civilians. Mrs. Redmond is taking warm clothing, vitamins and razor blades to her son. In one of three letters from him, he mentioned that he had been stricken with Bcrl Beri and lost his teeth. Says U. S. Ahead of Russ In Some Missile Phases WASHINGTON (UP)—Dr. John' P. Hagen, project Vanguard director, believes this nation is "very, very far ahead" of Russia in some phases of the missile satellite field. •But he concedes the United States is "certainly behind" the Soviets in other areas of the rocket race. He does not, however, sell the American satellite program short. Hagen, who was interviewed Sunday on a television program (ABC's "College News Conference"), said the United States will Cass County Lady Dies While Visiting Relatives in Toledo Mrs. Hary Schneider, 8_5, of route 5, Logansport, passed away at 1:30 a.m. Sunday at the home of her son, George F. Schneider, at Toledo, Ohio. A resident of the Hoover community for more Mian 60 years, NATO Studies Links With Defense Pacts WASHINGTON ('UP)—The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is already exploring the possibility of closer links with other free world regional defense pacts, it was learned today. Official sources said the explorations are being undertaken by Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium, secretary general of NATO. killed when trees. Mrs. Ruth Rhodes, 28, Avilla, died Sunday when her 'car sideswiped another and veered into a tree along ind. 3 a mile north of Huntington. Ralph G. Cavalier, 30, Gary, was killed Friday night when his car struck a tree at the Gary entrance to the Northern Indiana Toll Road. A car skidded out of control on a curve of Ind. 25 near Warsaw Friday and smashed into a tree, killing Lester L. Knouff, 17, War- aw. i Otto Sarber, 73, Grandview, was killed near Grandview Sunday when he pulled his car out of a side road onto Ind. 66 and was hit by another car driven by George H. Alvey, 24, Tell City. Harold I. Emmert, 21, Clermont, a sailor, was killed and four persons were injured when two cars collided on the top of a hill on a narrow Marion County road on the outskirts of Indianapolis Saturday. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun« Eleven Salvation Army Collects $1,050 In Yule Kettles The Salvation Army received a .otal of $1050.48 in its Christmas kettles and through mail donations this year. The money was used to buy 90 Christmas baskets for" needy families, 98 toys for children, and to pay for Christmas parties at Logansport state hospital, the county home and four local nursing homes. Gifts, treats and magazines were distributed to patients at the places visited. The Salvation Army Borne League adopted five forgotten patients at the state hospital and presented them with gifts and treats. Lt. Wanda McGregor, commanding officer of the local post, said she was happy with the results of the Christmas project and wished to thank all those who helped. William Harmon. 86, Burl'ington, Succumbs BURLINGTON — William Harmon, 86, died at 11 a.m. Sunday at his home here. Born near Burlington July 14 1871, he was the son of Moses and Lydia Moss Harmon. In 1892 he married Effie Clark, who survives. Also surviving are two grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Friends may call at the residence. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Burlington Methodist church, with the Rev. Gil-breath officiating. Burial will be in Kie Burlington cemetery. Funeral Tuesday for Burlington Resident BURLINGTON—Rites will be Four Testify At Inquest Four witnesses testified Monday morning at a coroner's inquest into the death of Bobby Neal, 21, o£ 1414 Usher street. Neal died Christmas morning in Memorial hospital six hours after his car went out of control on a curve and crashed into a field on U. S. 24, six miles east o£ Logansport. State Trooper John Gaylor, who investigated the accident, said that he believed Neal was going too fast to make the curve safely. Gaylor said the road was dry at the time ot the accident. The only witness to the crash was Barbara Boguc, 15, of 719 North street. She was a passenger in the car and escaped with minor injuries. She testified that Neal was driving between 65 and 70 miles an hour as he approached the curve. Neal was thrown from the car, but the girl remained inside. • Miss Bogue said they had returned to Logar.sporl from a Christmas party in Amboy and then had driven to Converse. They were returning to Logansport when the accident happened. Others who testified were Ralph Berry, ambulance driver, and Mrs. Bernice Bogue, Barbara's mother. she became ill two weeks agoj Secretary of State John Foster while on a visit in Toledo for the holidays. She was born in Reynolds on make another attempt soon to put ' e im _ Her husbaraj Fred its tiny six-Pound test moon into , L eded her in death ' in 1932 . nrt nnVtlt- Kllf nilUl^Mlt oftlfnnfm nr\- ' ^ «~v. ..... an orbit, but without advance notice to the press. Hagen also said the United States plans to expand its earth satellite program following Vanguard but said its success will depend on the backing it gets from Congress and the Defense Department. The satellite boss also said this country could at the present time "come awfully close to launching a ;hey differ from you, soon you willi thousand-pound satellite. isolated from the majority of ;he world and the majority of mankind," be said. Sukarno said, however, that Indonesia has no intention of taking measures against other foreign nationals or foreign properties as it has against Dutch residents and Dutch business and agricultural enterprises here. CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady to firm; 500,000 Ibs. USIA prices: Heavy hens 15-16; light hens 12-13V4. Cheese single daisies and longhorns 3914-40; processed loaf .3637; Swiss Grade A 43-45, B 41-13, C 39-41. Butter easy; 745,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 5BVf, 89 score 57%. Eggs irregular; 16,000 cases; white large and mixed large extras 41; mediums 33 standards 39; current receipts 37. Benjamin Mullican Of Rochester Dies ROCHESTER — Benjamin C. Mullican, 74, of 823 Monroe street, died at an Indianapolis hospital Sunday. He has been in failing health one month. Mr. Mullican was born on a farm two miles north of Macy on Sept. 8, 1883. He lived all his life in the Rochester-Macy vicinity. He came to Rochester from Macy in 1920. His parents were Isaac and Catherine Dickman Mullican. He married Mary Belt who died in 1945. He was a member of the Rochester Methodist church and of She Odd Fellows Lodge. He has been city park superintendent in Rochester for two years. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs Kathleen Lowe and Mrs. Ei- leen'Burnett, both of Indianapolis; one sister, Mrs. Ada Darnell of Clear Lake, Lowa; three grand children; one brother, Charles, died in March of 1957. • Rites will' be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Zimmerman Brothers Funeral Home here. Dr Claude Young will officiate. Bur jal will be in' Five Corners ceme tery Oddfellow Lodge will hold eraveside rites. The body will remain at the funeral home where friends may caH after 7 p.m. Mon day. Former Tax Official Indicted by Jury INDIANAPOLIS (OT)-<A grand jury today indicted former state tax official Frank Noll Jr. on a charge of embezzling $35,110 in public money. Noll was administrator of the Intangibles Tax -Division before lortages found in his office re- ulted in his ouster July 12. Examiners for the State Board f Accounts discovered Noll deposited money he received from ale of intangibles tax stamps nto his own bank account. Shortly after the discovery and shortage of more than $300,000 n the office of Perry County 'reasurer Earl Kieser, Governor Handley ordered a review of ac- ounts board auditing methods. The indictment returned by a Marion County grand jury accused l of converting intangibles tax money to his own use. In reply to further questioning Hagen said "you'd have to quibble there. It would be within a few pounds of 1000 pounds." The Russian Sputnik H weighs in excess of 1000 pounds. Hagen indicated an attempt to launch such a sphere would be made later. "We are planning to improve our satellite program following Vanguard," he said. Hagen declared that the Vanguard project's ..21-inch scientific satellite, still scheduled for launching in March, would be superior "in some ways" to Russia's bigger- Sputnik H. He said Vanguard would have "a tremendous amount of instrumentation in it."' Survivors are two sons, Wayne, of Pontiac, Mich.; and George, of Toledo; a daughter, Mrs. Madge Day, of St. Augustine, Fla.; nine grandchildren and ten great grandchildren; a brother, James Firth, of Reynolds. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Hoover Methodist church with the Rev. Thomas Swantner officiating. Burial will be in the Corinth cemetery. Friends may call at the Ditmire funeral home, Fulton, after Tuesday noon. Dulles will have an. opportunity to discuss proposals for such ties with the Baghdad Pact when he attends a meeting of the pact council in Turkey next month. However, officials said the main TWO WOMEN KILLED MUNCIE (UP) — Two women we r« killed today when their ca apparently swerved to void a dog and crashed head-on into anothe automobile. , The dead were identified a; Mrs Jean Ann Nickie, 29, Gram Haven, Mich., and Mrs. Margare Elizabeth Sipe, about 50, Gaston Authorities believed they were mother and daughter. Out-of-state accidents killed Rob- held at. the Burlington Methodist ert L. Pennington, 30 Terre church at 2 p. m. Tuesday for Haute, and Woodford E. Moseiy, " "" J " J " f 68, Evansville. Pennington died when his car hit a bridge at Robinson, 111., and Moseley was killed when his car went out of control and crashed near Lebanon Mo. Mrs. Delia F. Depoy Of Winamac Succumbs , , .... . U1 ,WINAMAC-Rites will be held at burden of studying possible new the Fry-Lange Funeral Home here at 2 p. m. Tuesday for'Mrs. Delia Florence Depoy who died Saturday night at Hie home of her daughter, Mrs. John Lucas, in Culver. She was 76. Mrs. Depoy was a resident of Pulaski county for 60 years. She was born on May 15, 1881 in Sey- Heart Attack Fatal To Delphi Woman DELPHI—Miss Margaret Coomey, died at her residence on West Monroe street at 5 p.m. Sunday of a heart attack. She had been in ! ailing health for three years. •Born in Delphi on May 2 r 1888, she was the daughter of James H. and Anna Kelley Coomey. The deceased belonged to the St. Joseph Catholic church and the Rosary society. Surviving are: three brothers, Henry, witlh whom she made her home in Delphi; William, of Delphi; and Edward, of Fort Wayne. Final rites will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday at the St. Joseph church with the Rev. Peter van Tiel in charge. Interment will be made in the St. Joseph cemetery. Friends may call at the Eikenberry funeral home, where the Ho- sary is set for 8 p.m. Monday. Harrison Farm Bureau Will Meet on Thursday The Harrison Township Farm Bureau .will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the community room at the Lucerne school. On the entertainment committee are Floyd Foutz, Orville Clark, Russell Nethercutt, James Stevens, Tom Powlen, Jack Herd, and Hildreth Hall. Members were asked to bring coffee cups. Issue Report On Crops LAFAYETTE (UP) — Indiana's 1957 crop yields as a whole were 110 per cent of the 10-year average, Purdue University statisticians reported. The yields were 120 per cent of average in 1956. Adversities in weather were blamed for the decline this year •but statisticians said the above average yields were attained despite floods and the heaviest rains on record during the crop growing season. The corn yield was 114 per cent of average, wheat 108 per cent, soybeans 112 per cent, rye 101, barley 104 and hay US. Only oats fell below 100. The average was 88. Sir Hillary 150 Miles From Goal AUCKLAND, New Zealand (UP) —New Zealand explorer Sir Edmund Hillary maintained his almost phenomenal 40-mile-a-day speed across the barren Antarctic continent today in a bid to be the first man. to reach tho South Pole overland since 1912. He was about 150 miles from his goal. •Hillary's colleague and competitor in a race to the pole, British scientist Sir Vivian Fuchs, was finding it much rougher going with his slower scientific expedition across an unexplored region^ Fuchs; head of the Commonwealth trans-Antarctic expedition, was still almost 500 miles from the pole. He had moved 15 miles in the last 1-2 hours. Hillary was moving at about 40 miles a day and appeared likely to reach his goal within a week. He cabled that he hoped to step up the pace to at least 50 miles a day. . Baghdad Pact, the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SBATO) and the Interamerican Defense Alliance is up to NATO officials. Dulles said in his radio-TV report to the -nation last week that the NATO nations had agreed at their recent Paris, meeting on the desirability of closer liaison between NATO and other free world defense groupings. He specifically named the Baghdad Pact, SEATO and the Interamerican Alliance but did not elaborate on the nature of such liaison. Officials here said pending full discussions between NATO officials and representatives of the three other groups it would not be known what form-of cooperation is possible or desirable. One method,- it was suggested, would be assigning official representatives of one pact group to sit with the others. Officials said NATO itself is anxious to e_stablish closer liaison. They said it is unknown yet to what, extent the other regional ;roups want closer ties with NATO. Read the Classified Ad: mour, Ohio, to Thomas R. and Amelia Sites Reinbarger. She was a widow of Oscar Depoy who died in 1945. Survivors include six sons, Raymond and Harry of Winamac, William and Delmar of Walkerton, Jacob of Plymouth, George of Culver; four daughters, Mrs. Icle NJOS, of Gary; Mrs. Dora Warner of Leesburg, Fla., Mrs. Maude Emrnons of South Bend, and Mrs. Lucas; one brother, George Rine- barger of Winamac; 43 grandchildren and 73 great grandchildren. William N. Harmon who died at his home here Sunday after an extended illness. He was 86. Rev Carl Gilbreatli will officate at the services. Burial will be in the Burlington cemetery. Tile jody will lie in state at the church !rom 1-2 p. m. Mr. Harmon was born on July 14, 1871, near Burlington, to Moses and Lydia Moss Harmon. He was married on July 24, 1892, to Effie Clark who survives. He was a member of the Burlington Methodist church. The body was to be returned to the home Monday at 2 p. m. from the Carter Funeral Home in Flora. Files Suit for $700 In Circuit Court Damages of, $700 are asked by Bette L. Kennard in an unusual complaint filed in the Cass circuit court against Nick Aroni, route 5, a resident of the Rolling Ridge addition in Clay township. The plaintiff asserts she was in a house in the Rolling Ridge addition on December 21 when the de lendant, "without warning or pro vocation, seized plaintiff's feet am dragged her along the floor" in flicting injuries. The suit was filed through At torney John H. Baldwin of Indian apolis. Cass Auto Collision Causes $325 Damage . Damage estimated at $325 was caused in an auto collision at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the intersection of U. S. highway 35 and Center street in Royal Center. Gerald Gunter, 17, of route J, Royal Center, headed east on Center street in a 1951 sedan owned by Edward Gunter, did not stop for the federal highway and ran nto the left side of a northbound 1956 model station wagon driven by Bert Powell, 70, of Royal Center according to Deputy Sheriff George Shanks, who investigated. Shanks charged Gunter with failure to yield right of way. Damage was estimated at $300 to the 3 owell station wagon and $25 to the front of the Gunter car. Edgar J. Ezra, 12, Dies at Hospital Edgar J. Ezra, 72, of 1714 George street, died et 4:35 a. m. Monday at Memorial hospital. A retired Pennsylvania Railroad shop worker, he was born Dec. 27, 1885 in Indiana. He was a member of the Pentecostal church. Surviving are the wife, Alice, at home; a brother, Frank, Headlee, Ind.; two grandchildren and two nephews. Friends may call after 7 p. m. Monday at the Fisher funeral home. Rites are pending. KILLED ON HIGHWAY INDIANAPOLIS (UiP) — Francis Edward Enders, 35, Indianapolis, was killed Thursday night when his station wagon collided with a large truck on U. S. 421 just north of the Hamilton-Marion County line. ARREST DRIVER James Homey, 19, of 320% Fourth street, was arrested by city police Sunday afternoon for speeding after he was clocked at 45 miles an hour in a 30-mile-an-hour zone, going south on Third street and Burlington avenue from East Market to MaiB street. SALE CALENDAR Jan. 3—Tony Moose Roy Daugherty Jan. 7—Fern McKillip Eastburn & Humphreys Jan. 7—L. D. Allen R°y Booth Jan. 11—Berkshire Auction House Teel, Auct. Jan. 15—Preston Tieman Bridge Jan. 21—Homer Wilson Roy Booth The 263 million bushel corn crop was the lowest in four years but the fifth largest ever produced. The soybean crop of nearly 53 million bushels was a record high, 3 per cent above the previous record set in 1956. Await Information On Man Who Says He Forged Checks .Robert Massey, 45, who gave himself up at the Cass county jail Friday, stating that he was wanted in LaGrange, Ky., for forgery remained in jail Monday while authorities awaited information from LaGrange about him. He told authorities here that he had passed two fradulent checks in LaGrange, one for $100 and the other for $90. Two Programs Set By Onward Grange Two programs are scheduled for members of the Onward Grange this week. A square dance and card party will be held at the Grange Hall New Years Eve, starting at 8 p.m. Members are to bring their own refreshments. Work on ritualistic instruction will be given by Calvin Al'ber at the regular meeting, Thursday at 7:30 p.m. •Members of the refreshment committee are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Fred •Herrick, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Spencer, Douglas Lake and Jack Williams. Nancy Kunkle and Gerald Bowyer will buy surprise pack- B1RTH CORRECTION A birth notice in the Sunday Pharos-Tribune and Press listed a daughter born'to M-r. and Mrs. Anthony Trinca. The baby was Forn to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Trinca, 841 Wheatland avenue, at St. Joseph's hospital. PACKING PLANT BURN'S KOKOMO ('UiP)-A $65,000 fire destroyed the main building of the Dimitt Meat Packing Co. Sunday. Police and firemen smelled smoke and searched for the fire some time before a passerby saw it anc turned in an alarm. Firemen freec 15 cattle from a pen to keep them from burning, and police later rounded them up. COLUMNIST DIES COLLINS, Miss. OUP)—Funeral services were scheduled Friday for columnist and humorist Jimmy Arrington, who died of a heart attack at his home Wednesday. He was 48. Conduct Final Rites For Crash Victim DELPHI, Ind. — Funeral rites for Arthur T. Acheson, 71, former Sarroll county resident, who was fatally injured in an auto crash near Celina, 0., were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the Christian church here. The Rev. Carl Lantz of Union City officiated. Buria was • in One Masonic cemetery. Acheson's death was attributed to head injuries. He had been residing near Fort Recovery, 0.". The deceased was born near Del phi to Mr. and Mrs. William Ache son. His father was a former He publican county chairman here Survivors are the widow, th former Edna Love; two sons, How ard, route 3, Delphi; and Charles Fort Recovery; a foster son, Ro bert,' also of Fort Recovery; a sis ter, Mrs. Mabelle Stewart, Green castle; seven grandchildren an five great-grandchildren. YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! CLIP AND MAIL TO PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Please insert this Want Ad for days. I prefer to start my Want Ad on .Write your ad in the spaces below. If you want your name and address In- cluded in the ad, WRITE THEM IN ALSO. Write only one word to a space.. Please print. Words (10 Words Minimum) 10 15 20 25 Figure Your Own Cost 10 Words—1 Time — 90c 10 Words—3 Times—$1.60 10 Words—6 Times—$2.20 15 Words—3 Times—$2.40 15 Words—6 Times—$3.30 TAKE 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH WITH ORDER! 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