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. Monday Evening, December 9, 1957. Tito on Ailing List —Physical Exhaustion NEWS OUTLOOK By CHARLES M. MCCANN United Press Staff Correspondent United Press correspondents around the world look ahead at the news that will make the headlines. ' TITO ttle Trulh circl e Tuesday night. ' fl ' t "' Mrs. Myras offered devotions and Mrs. Robert Pullen presented the lesson. Mrs - Meredith Burge was hostess President Eisenhower isn't the . j^™'•""• £ f™ , r ~' "««. ,,„ „,,!„» „„„,.„.;„„ mimco hor.it!, ~" e was assis.ed by Mrs. John Pearson. Mrs. Boyd Trapp offered devotions and Mrs. Noel Douglas presented the lesson. Roy Snoeberger will judge J-.s only chief executive whose health has caused alarm in the last few weeks. Word has leaked to e European capital that President Tito of Yi:£,osalvia recently collapsed while trying to get up from his arm chair and fell to the floor of his Belgrade residence. Specialists were hurriedly called in. They found, however, that Tito's collapse was not serious — it was due la physical exhaustion and lumbago. Adlai STEVENSON E. Stevenso;. has high praise for the way Secretary of State John Foster Dulles cooperated with him during his short- lived tour as State Department CROSSWORD PUZZLE Aniwar to Saturda y'« Puzzl1 ACROSS 1—Mocuasln 4— Wool-bearing animal 9— Snako 12—Funs 13—Quadruped M— Cravat 15—Plaited palm leaves 17—Wooden saocs 19—Sleeveless cloaks SI—Sunburn 22—Dinner coursi 24—Brim 26—Bird's hom« 29—Heals 31—Catch (colloq.) 33— Bishopric 34—Conjunction 35—Soak un 37—Existed 39—A state <abbr.) 40—Crimson «—Wager 44—Heavy volume* 4G—Level 43—Uppermost part 5Q —Sandy waste 51 —Shallow vessel 63—EnKlne BB—Metal 58—Boll centlr 61—Kxist 62—Thin cookls 64—Caoutchouc tree. GB—Kquallty GG—European 67—Knock 1—Dance step 2—Fruit drink 3—Afrree . 4-H and FFA crop show to be held in (he REMC auditorium here on Dec. 18-21. Neighbors of Mrs. Walter Greider of near Camden who lost her. husband by dea'h recently, gather- 1 ed at her home Tuesday and gathered her corn crop. Dinner was served by ladies of the community. Kiss Mary Allread of near Burrows has gone to Hope,' Ark. to spend the winter with Miss Mary Stonebra.ker Shidler who came for a visit in the home of Mr. and policy adviser. But Stevenson isn't i Mrs. Edwin Aliread. 'Miss Mary so sure about the White House at-1 Allread accompanied her home altitude. There is some suspicion in' le r Thanks^ivin^ Stevenson's office that Sherman; Carrolf co°unty%xhibitors of cat- Adams, the Presidents assistant, ,, e at the Inte > nationa i L ; vegtock and James C. Hagerty, his press aide, never really went along with Dulles on the role given him. That undoubtedly figured in Stevenson's decision not to attend the North Atlantic Treaty Organization meeting in Paris next week. "NO, THANKS!" The experts ex-pect a firm "no" from the European allies at the NATO meeting to the American proposal to set up missile bases, aimed at Russia, on their territory. The continental NATO allies don't want them. They heed Moscow's threat that they would be oblitereated if war came, because they say Russia obviously has the missiles necessary. And they aren't convinced after last week's Vanguard fiasco that the United States will even have rockets to equip the bases tor a long time. The- BEACHHEAD State Department fears Communism may again establish a Latin-American beachhead in Guatemala soon. The left-wing Revolutionary Party, backed by the Communists, is out to sweep the Jan. 19 presidential election. Its opposition is split five ways Exposition at Chicago whose animals wore selected for the show were Patricia Ann Meade and Charles Meade Jr. of Carrollton township and Pete Kerkhove -of Jackson township. Miss Meade, because of outstanding showmanship ability, was chosen to parade one of the steers- in the finals, owned by Max Woebbeking of Woodburn in A'.len county, who won the reserve grand championship in the shew. Charles Meade Sr., father of Miss Meade. was in charge of assignments of stalls for the cattle as they arrived at the show atj Chicago. Dean Todd of Burlington, Car roll county farmer and hybrid seed DM*, hr UHUI FHlIT, InKlnu. Lnt •1—Vessel 5—Jnn B—Teulon.'c deitT 7—Worm S—Fuel 0 —.Uctkes 'amend* 10—Pose for portrait. 11—Footllke 'part 16—Backs of necka 18—Prohibit 20—Transgression 22—Neckpiece- 23—European - blackbird 25—Animal's foot 27—Number 28—Plapruo 30—Cry 32—Flylnit mammal .1G—Fomllo 38—Ancient, city in Palestine 41— Spruce 13—Man's nlcknams 45—Whine 47—Knock M—Sat for portrait 52—Tidings B-i—]Snerva'e 55—Headgear 50—Anprlo- Saxon money ET—Uncooked 5J—Guide's hlKh novo 60—Corded cloth C3—Symbol for iron Bedford, former local high school instructor, submitted to heart surgery at the Cleveland, 0., clinic last week and is reported in a good condition. She will go to the home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Simpson at Muncie, to recuperate before returning to Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. George of Camden, The couple has chosen January 24 as the wedding date. Miss Bush is a graduate of -the Delphi high school and is employed at the Logansport National Bank. Mr. George, a graduate of announce the engagement! of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to i the Camder; high school served Hoean of two years in llle Army - He is now "5± " Employed with the Sullivan gone to Florida to spend the win-' ter. Dr. and Mrs. Charles N. Wilson! of Flora will spend the winter months in Florida. Joyce L. Downham has been granted a divorce from Robert L. Downham in Carroll circuit court. She was granted sole custody of a minor daughter and $500 alimony. Her attorneys were Miller, Babcock and Tolbert of Logansport and Har.na & Hanna appeared for the defendant. Tire Rain or Shine class of the Delphi Methodist church will meet Tuesday rtight at 6:30 o'clock for a cooperative supper aUthe church dining room. Mystery pay will be revealed. Officers are in charge of arrangements. Mrs". Loran Campbell is confined to the -Methodist parsonages with injuries sustained in a fall last week in the rear of the parsonage. Brownie and Girl Scout leaders will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 11, at the Girl Scout room in the courthouse. A movie "The Wider World 1 will be shown at 1:30. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuns ThrM Industry Tells What It Expects From Community More than 1,500 mayors and civic leaders attending the American Municipal association conference in Indianapolis recently learned become increasingly selective and analytical in picking new plant locations. The General Electric executive, RECOVER RIOTER'S BODY TERRE HAUTE (UP) - The body of Robert (Buddy) Davis, 30, Terre Haute, was recovered from the Wabash River near York, ill., Saturday. Davis drowned Nov. 27 -when a boat carrying him and two other The duck other hunters overturned. two were rescued. Searchers found the body on the Indiana side of the river. Read the Classified Ads George Construction company. and I Peter F. Wagoner, son of Mr. and I The Carroll County Conservation Mrs. Fred Wagoner of Camden.; club wi ". llold its annual pre-Christ- A June wedding is planned. Miss Hogan is a flight hostess with Braniff International Airways. Her fiance :s-attending Purdue University where he is majoring in Aer- corn exhibited 10 ears of' and there's little chance of closing i and the figure is expected to be ranks. Guatemala was well on the' '-"creased by Jan. 1 when the roll onautical Engineering. ^.UI It QlVJYY^.j, C.Mlu'l. *-\t ill VJIJ fl j corn at the International Livestock I . Mrs - Cecelia Bush of route 2, Exposition. During Indiana Farm Bureau membership roll call week, Nov. 29-Dec. 6. Carroll county Farm Bureau officials have announced that the counly quota for 1958 is 1,564. The membership durin: 1957 was approximately 1,500. Thus far, Deer Creek township has the lar.gesl enrollment, 173 members way to constitutional government until the assassination in July of President Carlos Castillo Armas, call drive wi.'l end here. Mrs. Mabel Brewer, clerk of the Selective Service board in Carro 1 .! who ousted Communist-dominated county, has been called to work President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman! in the slate office this week and in 1954. I the local office in the courthouse SPORTS OUTLOOK | at Delphi will not be open this Another attempt will be made i week, within the next two weeks to get• Mrs. Enid Rule has sold her a National League baseball club | property at the corner of Indiana for New York. A group of New and East Frar.klin street known as York City civic planners is expected to propose to the mayor's special committee that the city first build a ball park. Once thai is done, the group is said to be ready to guarantee the committee that a wealthy club owner would dispose of the club he now owns and buy another to transfer to New York. Delphi The Carroll County Grand Jury has been called in regular session •today by Judge Wm. B. Smith. The Make Merry class of the Methodist church will hold its annual Christmas dinner party and gift exchange at the church dining room Monday night, Dec. 9 The Light .and Love Circles of the Delphi Methodist church met for luncheon at the church Tues-. day noon. Mrs. Joh'n Sanderson offered devotions and Rev. Doran Campbell presented the lesson. Later the ladies planned for the annual bazaar which \vas held Thursday afternoon and evening along with a turkey and ham dinner. The Hope Circle met at the Methodist church for a 6:30 o'clock dinner meeting Tuesday evening. Hostesses were: Mesdames Paul Jeffries, Alfred Burton, and Keith Mears, The group worked on bazaar projects. Mrs. Bobby Cree and Mrs. Wayne Myres were hostesses to the Henry Fetors residence to Mrs. Ermina Tansey who will be given possession in mid-January and will move there from the Mary Haugh apartment on West Front street. Mrs. Tansey has resided in the Haugh apartment for the past five years. Mrs. C. J. Smith has returned to her home or. West Front street after spending a few weeks with relatives at Francesville. Katheryn Baker Lostutter, of GET WE GENUINE lllflTfB MM Am*rici'i largitl Silling TOILET TANK BALL Noisy running toilets tan waste over 1000 gallons of walttr a day. The efficient, patented Water Master tank ball instantly stops the flow of wal*r after each flushing. 75C AT HARDWARE S70KE5 Four Groups Priced At SI $2 S3 And $5 Marty Sfyles And Types'Priced From $2.29 To $9.95 Reductions 20% TO 75% Camden, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Nancy Jane to Dean George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank mas turkey and trap shoot at the club grounds south of Delp'hi on December 15. Chalmer Bronson, Burlington, has been granted a divorce from Leona Bronson in Carroll circuit court. He was represented by David R. Baum and Prosecutor Watson McCormick appeared for the State of Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johns have ^^^ f| for the most thoughtful GIFT of all...' FERNBAUGH'S Jewplry Store 416 E. Broadway CRAMPED FOR ROOM? There's more leg room & head room... more spacious comfort ... in '58 Studebakers. See them today. Studebaker- Packard LUTES MOTORS, Inc. \ / it's CHRISTMAS CLUB time at the NATIONAL BANK expects of communities. The speaker, Roy W. Johnson, vice president of General Electric Co., discussed "Community Assets in Location of New Industry." And he held out both "a carrot and a stick." The "carrot" was the prediction that industry's annual investment in new plants,and equipment should increase from the present $37.5 billion annual rate of S55 billion by 1867. This, he said "offers more opportunities than problems to the municipality." And it was encpur. aging to municipal officials sorely beset, in some eases, with the problems of increasing their assessed valuations to finance needed public improvements and services. More Selective But . then Johnson emphasized that in its turn industry would Improve Our Neighborhoods), list ed five major community assets that make a community attractive to new employers: 1. An alert and efficient administration with a comprehensive plan, soundly and realistically for. mulated, for community growth:! a program for eliminating slums! and neighborhood blight that includes prevention of future slums;; fair zoning ordinances and build-' ing and housing codes; fair tax : structure, and sound financial con. dition. 2. Busir.ess-climale-minded altitude among elected representatives of 'Jie community at the local, slate and national level. By that he said he meant that "the elected representatives of the area sincerely try to judge each issue on the basis of how it. is likely to affect the jobs and business of their con- stituents, rattier than to please anf special group." 3. People—"Evidences of progress in raising general and vocational education standards and facilities will be significant. 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