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T\venty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Claim Spanish Planes Bomb Morocco Area Strife Continues In Ifni; Report Two Villages Bombed RABAT, Morocco (UP)—Moroccan officials said today Spanish' warplanes repeatedly bombed Moroccan territory around the em-, battled enclave of Ifni. Spain is using planes to support reinforced ground troops in the battle against irregular Moroccan forces seeking to capture the tiny i territory. I Crown Prince Moulay Hassan | announced Thursday he had ordered the 300,000-rnan strong Moroccan royal armed forces to fire on any aircraft that violated Mo- •rocco's air space. Ifni, on the southern coast of Morocco, has been held by Spain for nearly 100 years under international treaties. Moroccans have : been demanding it be returned to! their newly-independent nation. Two Villags Bombed . According to authorities at Aga- i dir, port town 55 miles up the coast from Ifni, Spanish planes bombed two Moroccan villages close to the enclave's western frontier Thursday morning. Deputy Foreign Minister Abdelkrim Benjeeloun Thursday told newsmen that the fighting in Ifni was touched off last Saturday by a Spanish bombing raid against the population of Agadir Province. The province borders the Ifni enclave on three sides. (In Madrid, authoritiative sources emphatically, denied either planes or troops had violated the frontier. They maintained air and ground operations were concentrated on clearing out the Moroccan irregular forces from Ifni. Spanish Angered (Spaniards were reported, angered at Hassan's "shoot on sight" orders and his charge that two Moroccan women were killed in Spanish air attacks. (The reports from Madrid said there was still guarded optimism that the fighting would soon be ended and that Spain and Morocco could work out their disnute over the 528-square mile territory.) Morocco's ambassador to Spain, Mohamed Auad, returned to Madrid by plane Thursday night after urgent consultations with Moroccan government officials in Rabat. per cent of its shots to down Shelbyville, 52-57, and North Central Conference rival Kokomo rolled over loop foe Frankfort, 81-41. Jimmy Rayl paced the Wildcats with 33 points. Warsaw shaded Wabash, 65-63, with the aid' of a technical foul which gave them the ball as time ran out. . Logansport of the NCC showed its teeth with a 91-76 victory over Rochester. Larry Cart, a 5-11 guard, hit 30 points for the Berries. Cost Of Slap CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.—What is a slap worth? A Supreme Court jury awarded Ralph B. Horandt six cents, in his suit against William W. Muar. Horandt claimed Muar slapped him. The judge slapped Muar with $85 in court costs. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 LAUNCH MISSILE PKOBE—Senators Lyndon Johnson (left) and Leverelt Saltonstall discuss a poinl during the Senate inquiry into the U. S. missile program—a session during which Dr. Edward Teller, chief architect of the H-bomb, warned that Russia is "dangerously" ahead of America in space weapons. Dr. Vannevar Bush, science chief in Vi'orld War II, denounced "disgraceful" weapons rivalry in the armed services. \ (International.) Notice I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. —George W. Anderson, State Hospital, Logansport, Ind. MOODY'S RUG CLEANING Guaranteed and Insured—Ph. 7710 Sincere Thanks My children and I wish our pany relatives and friends to know their cards, gifts of food, and beautiful floral offerings, were truly" a great comfort during our recent hours of sorrow in the loss of our loved one, Cephus Teel. —Agnes Teel Gordon and Cecil Teel Dean, Louise and Matt Patty Prep Cogers In Full Swing INDIANAPOLIS • (UP) — Indiana's high school basketball campaign moved into full swing with a heavy holiday weekend schedule today—the beginning of a month of hectic action before :he next "break." ' The debut of state tourney runner-up Indianapolis A 1.1 u c k s against Sheridan tonight and a follow-up clash against Terre Haute Gerstmeyer Saturday highlights the program. Gerstmeyer, another member ol the 1957 "Fieldhouse Four," and East Chicago Washington suffered opening-game lumps Wednesday. Gerstmeyer, beaten only by play last season (in the VVjibash Valley tourney finale), lost to the same outfit, 62-57, despite Charlie Hall's 34 markers. The Valley titlists fired into a 23-9 lead and stayed ahead. Washington, usually among Ihe best quintets 'in the far north, absorbed a 73-51 drubbing from •Michigan City, which dropped its opener to Gary Roosevelt last week. Other top games tonight include Elwood at Kokomo, Logansport at Fort Wayne Central, Fort Wayne North at Muncie Central, Connersville at . Columbus, South Bend (Central at Shelbyville, Kendallville at Fort Wayne South, Evansville Bosse at Huntingburg. Lafayette, also a state finalist last March, made it two straight at the expense of Rossville Wednesday, 51-43. Muncie hit 43 Big Job SOUTHBIUDGE, Mass. — To produce one bifocal spectacle lens at the American Optical plant requires 123 workers performing 137 different operations. Free Estimates On Aluminum STORM WINDOWS ROSS REID ROOFING CO. 21 7 -5th S'. PhMie 33S8 PUBLIC AUCTION Due- to the death of my husband I will sell at public auction at my residence located 1'A miles east of Walton on 218 on . FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19157 Sale to begin at 11:30 A.M. GRAIN-^800 bu. good corn in crib; 125 bu. more or less good quality oats. MACHINERY—1 Co-Op E3 tractor & 2 row cultivators; 1 Avery tractor & 2 row cultivators; Int. "52" combine; Blackhawk 2 row corn planter; box bed; hammer mill; 2 electric motors:; Co-Op iractor manure spreader on rubber; Int. 2 bottom 14" breaking plow on rubber; 7 ft. tractor mower; Co-Op 1-row corn picker; small corn elevator; tandem disc; MW 2 bottom 12" plows; cultipacker; 2 rubber tired wagons & beds; gravel bed; 2 wheel trailer; tractor wheel weights; scour-kleen for Int. combine; small air compressor; heat houser for Co-Op tractor; Clipper fan mill; hog fountain; single shovel plow; clover seed bags; 300 gal. gas tank & pump; water trough; feed tank; tank heater; wheelbarrow; block & tackle; brooder house; oil barrels; electric brooder; miscellaneous tools & other items not mentioned.' TERMS CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS. Lunch will be served on Grounds. MRS. CHESTER MARTIN, Owner Roy Crume, Auctioneer Kokomo Phone Gl-26619 L. H. Babb, Clerk BERKSHIRE'S AUCTION HOUSE 810 North Third SALE EVERY SATURDAY AT 7:00 P. M. Washing machines, living room suites, breakfast set, heating stoves, gas stoves, beds, new corner tables £.nd end tables, limed oa.k finish, and other items too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEERS: Waldron & Teel m See the whole gam* on p«rformancc»pn>ved RCA VICTOR COLOR TV in our store. If comes crfivw—the whole gome! All on vivid, brilliant "Living Color" TV by RCA Victor! It's perform anc«-prov«d! Like world-famous RCA Victor black-arid-white TV, "Living Color" TV is reliable and dependable. Mt, Hope Cemetery Lots AVAILABLE AT FOLLOWING PRICES 6 Crave Lot $300.00 3 Grave Lot $150.00 Single Grave Lot $ 55.00 PRICE INCLUDES PERPETUAL CAE.K Charles 0. Shephard, Sexton RCA VICTOR TV n* AldHrt.. RCA '/ktor's lowest pricod "LNing Color" TV. 254 iq. In. viewable area. Receives In sharp, clear black- and-white, tool Balanced Fidelity Sound. Mahogany- or limed oak- grained finishes. 21CS781. Ait <Jx~l It. KCA Vfaw Factory S«W. O»- fcr «CA V/ctor ~> . 315 Fourth St. Economically priced Color TV comolctte. 260 xj. In. viewable we^i. R*c«iviu hi BKKfc-ond*-wTme, too. New simplified ''Color-CMck" tvning. Choice >»f three wood- grained finishes. . 21CD877. $650 Per imr —UHFiVHF hn« ••»' tional, •xtra. RCA PionMrcd and Developed Compatible <^»o# Dial 1 2762 iAGLESFAMILY PLAY NIGHT It's New-It's Different-Come See FRIDAY, NOV. 29th, at 8 p. m. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING Music By ROBIN WOLF (formerly Bob Williamson, Band) 8:30 TIL 11:30 P.M. Notice Gladys French Orchestra will be at Eagles at Rochester, Saturday, Nov. 30. RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PR NTING CO. 417 Market Ph, 4362 St. John Commandery No. 24, K. T. Stated conclave Monday evening, Election of officers for tile year 1958.. Please attend. —George H. Tidrich, E. C. Musician's Union Local 53, A. F. of M. MAROCCO'S MUSIC MART Monday, Dec. 2—7:30 P.M.. ROUNDS. SQUARE DANCING Saturday Night Music By Tune Timers ROYALE BAR Royal Center, Ind. Friday Evening, November 29, IWT. 2018 North Street Phone 47(9 BAKE SALE Oyster-Chili Supper—Bazaar Sat. Nov. 30th St. Paul's Church, 5 to 7 p.m. ' Washington Twp. NOTICE r will not be responsible for debts contracted by any other than myself. Robert L. Peters, R.R. 1, Logansport. Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sates • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: GJ. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana BEAT COLD WEATHER With ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS PHONE 3666 FOR FREE ESTIMATE Route 1 SCHLOSSER'S ICE CREAM SPECIAL Peppermint Stick 30c Pint 59c Qt. 89c '/z gal. CHRISTMAS CARDS large Assortment' Box J/C up BURKS Open Til 10 p. m-Every Night 1230 E. Broadway Phone 5966 Beautiful Memorials 69 YEARS EXPERIENCE MEANS HIGHER QUALITY AND LOWER COST TO YOU CaN For Evening Appointment Call 2394 Far Transportation to our offici. Billman Monument Co. 1137 Pleoiant Hill AT MAIN ENTRANCE OF MT. HOPE CEMETERY ONLY WOLF GIVES YOU BLUE HEAT Premium Fuel Oil Additive that assures cleanar, more efficient heat, at ittvingi up to 30% — PLUS — RED STAMPS ION CASH PURCHASES) For tha same price as ordinary fuel oil. WOLF COAL & SUPPLY 314 Heath Phone 3990 Trade-Jn Your Old So* — Easy Terms ROYAL CROWN COLA 6 BOTTLES 25* Plus Deposit EGG NOG RAY-S Quart . POTATOES U!NoGrad . 10 lb 35c POTATOES OR BEAN SALAD „. 39c HAM SALAD lb 49c CKARMIN TO'LET TISSUE 4 Roll ,39c PEACHES Princes Finest 2= on .45c FROZEN SNOWGftOP STRAWBERRIES 10 OZ. PKG. 27c MER-DEL'S ICE CRfiAM SPECIALS FUDGE RIPPLE Old Fashion Butter Toffee 69c QUALITY Vi GALLON MER.DEL'S AA Vi GALLON OTC DIETETIC lor diabetics and diets Cookies Syrups Jellies Pop Candies Fruits NOW SALT FREE VEGETABLES Thank You) 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPLIES American Express Money Orders At All Timer SMITH'S MARKET 17th and George St. Open Until 10 p. Phone 3378 n.—Sundays and Weekdays Drive-In Package Liquors U. S. 24 & W. Linden Phone 21162 FOR CHRISTMAS Pro-Wrapped Packages, Decanters and BiscHoff unusual Venetian Glasl SALE Jonathon Apples Other varieties available. Drive east on High street Road to the sign that reads— Jasper Flory & Son Dick Flory, Mgr. DOWNTOWN BUSINESS LOCATION FOR RENT This store is in good condition. Street Floor location. Write Box A-74 This Newspaper. It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOGANSPORT 511 Eric Phone 3650 PUMP REPAIR ANY KIND - ANYWHERE NORTH SIDE PUMP SHOP 727 Franklin Phone 4277 ORDER YOUR Personalized Christmas Cards QUICK SERVICE 50 (or $1.95 and up Hallmark Cards "The most beautiful in the World" Exclusive with us. TIMBERLAKE'S DANCE SATURDAY, NOV. 30 Walton American Legion POST 418 WALTON, IND. Music By. 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