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Wednesday Evening, December 11, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE 160 A. level productive soil, good production records, one ownership since 1915, new large barn, good dwelling, other buildings, excellent fences and ditches, S225 acre. Good buy and terms of- •fered. Several attractive 80-acrc farms. Excellent GO-acre, good buildings, only $17,000, terms. Deamer & Deamer, Realtor, Rochester, Ind. Latest Market Reports YMCA Plans League for Basketball PROSPERITY PROP A sharp rise in public worfcs supports today's good times. 0«la: U.S. Comm. & Labor D.pli. Monil Katu A meeting to organize a YMCA' basketball league will be hold • Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the YMCA 1 building. Ninth street and East Broadway. i The league will be open to all! county high school boys except j Hawkins Stockyards school Ss S °" rCSUlar high 'Meat type attestations IfiO to 200 IB.50 Frank Taylor, YMCA genera! ^Q to 220 IB..IO secretary, said games would be' 2 2o to 240'.' 18.00 played in the old high school gym- 240 to 260 17.50 nasium beginning Jan. 6. A prac- 2 eo to "280 ..." 17.00 tice game will be held there next! 280 to 300'!".'.." IB.CO Monday, he said. ; Sows .'.'.'.'.'.'.."..'15.50 down Taylor hopes to organize from ,;oars lu.wJ umv;i six to ei£ht teams, depending onjStags 10.00 down the number of boys interested. Players must be members of the YMCA or must join the organization to be eligible for the league. Taylor said anyone who is interested but cannot attend the meeting should call the YMCA before Thursday night so he will know how many pian to take part. He also needs adult volunteers interested in serving as coaches and officials for the games. Veal 19.00 Third Street Market Four Hi-Y Units Plan Activities Plans for coming activities of the four Hi-Y chapters of Logansport high school were, made at a meeting ot" program and project commit'.ee members Tuesday afternoon at the YMCA. The members will mec-t again j after school Wednesday to outline j their programs for the next three j months. I The meetings are held every I three months to coordinate the •work -of the four chapters. Alpha Chapter will have a Christmas program at the YMCA Wednesday at 7 p.m. Other meetings scheduled at the YMCA this week are: YMCA board, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday; Secret Pai's club, 7 p.m.. Thursday; Accordian Band, 6:30J p.m. Thursday; Coin club, 7 p.m.' Thursday; Christian Science! Square Dance club, 8 p.m. Satur-, day. The YMCA Rifle club will meet at the National Guard Armory at 7 p.m. Thursday. CASS 1. U. ALUMNI CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS .20 .18 Veals Lambs Veal Hides a .12 Beef Hides 05 Eggs 40 60 Routed in Chicago Fire CHICAGO (UP) - Sixty people were routed into 3 degrees above zero temperature early today when a fire swept through a 24- apartment building on the West Side. Two persons were injured slightly when they jumped from the first floor porch. Authorities said the two panicked when they reached the first floor and believed themselves trapped by the fire which started in the basement. They were taken to County Hospital. Fire officials said damage tc the three-story building was estimated at $5.000. Although the fire was confined to the basement, damage extended to the second floor. Oil Exploration Restrictions Now Under Study WASHINGTON (UP) — The Interior Department today took under consideration reams of testimony on a controversial proposal to restrict oil exploration on wildlife refuges. Secretary Fred A. Seaton said he would "carefully study" the statements of oil company representatives who are strongly opposed to the new regulations he has suggested. Seaton told a news conference PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 210 .: 18.75 190 to 230 No. 1 19.25 210 to 230 18.25 230 to 250 17.75 250 to 270 17.25 270 to 300 16.75 Sows '. 15.25 down Boars Stags 7.25-10.25 7.25-10.25 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 13 Heaevy Hens .16 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens II Heavy Hens 16 CHICAGO CUP)—Livestock: Hogs 10,000; strong to 25 higher, closing sales 25-50 higher; No. 1-3, 190-220 Ibs 1S.50-19.QO; 230-260 Ibs 18.00-18.50. Cattle 16,000, calves 200; steers steady; heifers fully steady to strong, instances 25 higher; veal- ers steady; high choice and prime steers 26.50-27.75; bulk choice steers 24.75-26.25; good to low choice 23.00-24.50; high choice and prime heifers 25.50-26.75; good to average choice 23.00-25.00; good and choice vealers 25.00-29.00. Sheep 3,000; steady; good to prime wooled lambj 21.00-23.50; shorn lambs and yearlings absent. INDIANAPOLIS («P) — Livestock: Hogs 7,500 strong to 50 higher; 180-240 1 blS.75-19.25, some 19.40; 24C 260 Ib 18.25-19.00; 260-300 lb 17.50-18.25; 130-160 lb 16.0C-17.50. Cattle 1,600: calves 150; uneven; good and choice steers- 22.00-25.00; Low choice mixed steers and heifers 24.00; choice heifers 21.00- 31.00. •i ,. ., , . , . Ci:> .C.4.1/U, i_UUH-i; UCII.I.L a MJ..UV- shortly after two-day hearings on 24 . 50 . vea!ers fully steady; good the matter ended Tuesday he was and choice 24 .50-29.50; prime to aware from newspaper accounts there was considerable opposition to the program. Asked if he would consider easing the restrictions in light of the protests, Seaton said he will not be able to decide until after he has made a "detailed review" of the hearing transcript. Under the regulations all oil and gas leasing on wildlife refuges under the complete jurisdiction of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service would be forbidden except where tfie government determines such lands already are being drained of oil and gas by nearby wells. OPPOSE RULING FORT WAYNE (UP)—The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People today challenged the sentencing of a Negro youth on "race dating" charges on the grounds that the judge was "motivated by prejudice and bias." FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FfNANCE COMPANY Mario Smith, Mgr. Nion0 3295 MONEY ON YOUR SIGNATURE OR OTHER SECURITY $25 to $500 CASH LOANS UP TO $500 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-throe Requests Revision of Federal Farm Policies CHICAGO (UP) — An Arkansas privately financed with no govern- iwmaker warned today that the mental funds involved. :overnmenfs present costly farm The p]an ; s su bj ec t to final policies are going to be revised ratification at Thursday's final because they are not solving the convention session. In other tenta : nation's farm problems. \\ vc action, the convention: Wilbur D. Mills (D-Ark.) told the -Endorsed long-term extension 39th annual convention of the O f the Reciprocal' Trade Agree- American Farm Bureau Federa-, menls Act to maintain an-i develop lion pressures are building to re- forci g n markets for America,? duce the five-biilion-dollar sum farm products budgeted for agriculture. | _ Ap|)roved ' tne mutual sccu ,. ity Mills, who is chairman of the' __J~' u,,, ,,.,,»,i House subcommittee on internal P™«j™ m bul urBed revenue taxa'.ion. said farm noli- cies "will not be revised overnight much in the but urged safeguards against waste and socialistic projects. —Recommended continued 1 U.S. "But unless steps are taken soon to begin constructive revisions," j he warned, "we run a grave risk: that drastic, ill-considered action i will be forced on us. "The Congress may feel impelled to reduce sharply the sums spent for farm programs as it tries to reduce the over-all level of non- defense expenditures to compensate, in part at last, for the anticipated rises in national security costs." PERU Kansas Man Is Sentenced To 1-10 Years PERU—Michael Cox, Kansas | City, was sentenced today in Miami circuit court to 1-10 years in the state reformatory on charges of . . "breaking and entering" and "ve-. Judges of the 21 counties served by Urges New Policy Mills said Congress may be willing to spend large sums on agri- Three officers of tin.' new Indiana University Alumni Club of Cass county elected Tuesday night are' culture if the aid leads to a solu- shown as they were presented a club charter. Shown, left to right, arc Jack Ulmer, named vice-presi-i lion of farm problems, "but it will dent; Frank Tolbcrt, elected president; Joe Ricke, field secretary of the I. U. Alumni Association, who be difficult to persuade the Con- presented the and Dan Mordcnti, secretary. Mrs. Norma Sabatini, who wa s not present at the charter night banquet ana election of officers, was elected treasurer of the new organization. Fen Reed, assistant to I. U. President Herman B. Weils and an officer on the university's board of trustees, was the guest speaker for the event. Reed told the group of improvements made recently, in the I. U. facilities as well as those which are being planned. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Judges Meet All circuit and superior court hicle taking". Cox was sentenced in connection with an incident last week when he and another prisoner in the county jail, Clarence Sullivan, broke out ai.d then stole a car from a local garage. t The jail breaking charge against Cox was dismissed. Sullivan was also arraigned today and delayed his plea on four charges until the court could appoint him legal counsel. He is charged wiUi "second degree burglary, breaking and entering, vehicle taking, and jail breaking". His bond is $8,000$2,000 on each count. Sheriff Arthur Johns said Sullivan, 20, of Marion, would be kept under "strint security"—he would be kept in the insane ward. Sullivan broke out of jail with Cox last Thursday by using a homemade key and a teaspoon. He wss captured two hours later and returned to jail. Then Saturday he and Cox tried to remove 6 bricks from the waU on the third floor for another escape. They were foiled when another prisoner heard them and informed the sherif;. The sheriff said that Cox and Sullivan were then handcuffed to the bars of their cell. The sheriff said Sullivan refused to eat two meals over the weekend, the Logansport state hospital will meet at Lor.gliff at 10 a.m. Saturday to discuss provisions of a .new law governing admissions which will take effect Jan. l, 1958. Similar meetings will be held simultaneously at the Dr. Xorman Biatty Memorial, Central, Evansville, Madison, and Richmond state hospitals. New Commitment-forms will be reviewed, and the judges and the state hospital staff will discuss mutual problems, according to Dr. John Southworth, superintendent. The judges will be guests of the hospital at a noon luncheon and those desiring to do so will be taken on a tour of the grounds. Sign Contract For First Atomic Merchant Ship WASHING-TON (UP) — A contract for construction of the world's first atomic merchant ship was signed here Tuesday b> government officials and the president of a New Jersey shipyard. A passenger-carrying cargo craft, the nuclear ship Savannah is scheduled to be launched in Dec. 26, between the hours of 6 and, 11 o'clock in the evening, according to George Carabet, chairman, of the Jaycee committee in charge of the event. The deadline for entries is Dec. 22, he said. gress to continue to spend large! Quiz Suspect In Case of Missing Girl ROCKFORD, HI. (UP)— Authorities today sought to link a convicted sex offender accused of molesting a nine-year-old girl with the mysterious disappearance of, Maria Ridulph. FBI agents and police were led hideaway, an empty stone building on an abandoned military res- here, by s,;°s w £.-„*.*£ s aa-Mtv' He urged that "a new direction ' . A preliminary i n v e s t i g a- for farm policy" come from farm-! t!0n showed nothing to identify ers and their farm organizations,! Arhuclde with the Ridulph case, rather than from Washington. agents said. Mills said the present array of| Police said the arrest of Arbuc- support, production control andikle was the first possible break disposal programs "cannot be thrown in the' ashcan tomorrow," and he suggested that fanners be;in by seeking ways to make cur- in the case of the missing seven- year-old Ridulph girl. Maria disappeared from near her Sycamore, 111. home with a man known Carabet reported entries, which, ° t programs work more effec-ias "Johnny" last Tuesday night, •e open to everyone and carrv no in... i ' v .... . . . , ^ ,_.. are open to everyone and carry no obligation, have been low, increasing the chances for winning a prize. Prizes will be given in each of three division, door, window, and 3 j lively, 1 For the long term, Mills suggested that means be found to Receive 386 Cass Gifts The Cass county colleiiion of Christmas gifts for patients at the Logansport slate hospital passed the half way mark toward the goal of 700 Wednesday, with a total of 386 delivered to Longcliff thus far, according to the report of Mrs. Everett Smith of the state hospital activity therapy staff. Vi-go county already has sent 1,400 gifts and Wabash county has sent 1,100 gifts to the state hos- Sheep 1,000; steady; good and choice wooled and shorn lambs 21.00-22.50. CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: iive piultry steady; 16:.,000 Ibs. No USDA price' changes. Cheese single daisies and longhorns 39'A-W; processed loaf ilG-37; Swiss Grade A 43-45, B 41-43, C 39-41. Butter steady; 728,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59Vz; 90 score 58%; score 58. demanding that he be taken to: p . ita j for distribution to the pa- court .and "get it over with". tlen ' ls at the annual ward Chnst- mas parties. Only a' few more days remain for the gift collection. Mrs. Smith stated that boxes are needed now as containers for the gifts as they are being divided according to wards. Ora 0. Plait, 84, Bringhurst, Dies FLORA — Ora 0. Platt, 84, died at 9:JO a.m. -Wednesday at his home in Bringhurst. He had been ill one year. A lifetime resident of Carroll county, he was born Jan. 18, 1873, the son of Joseph and Janette Kirkpatrick Platt. In 1897 he married Nellie Ferguson, who survives. He operated a hardware store in Bringhurst for the past 20 years Eggs steady; 6,500 cases; white I and before that was in the S rain large extras 42; mixed large ex- .elevator business for 43 years.. tras 41; mediums 38%; standards 40; current receipts 38. TOR THOSE HOLIDAY EXPENSES AND PURCHASES TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Across From Thn City Building £06 East Broadway to (fan sport, fnd. Phone 2-2-5-2 Dr. Muller Says U.S. Must Step Up Space Program BLOOMINGTON (UP> — Dr. Hermann J. Muller, Indiana Uni- versityls Nobel prize winning geneticist, said Tuesday night "if we don't get busy" we may discover when we visit other planets that the inhabitants speak Russian. Muller was the key speaker i at an I.U. public forum on space travel. • "Space flight is upon us," he said, "But I don't think h will relieve the threat of world overpopulation." Muller predicted life on other worlds will be different from that on Earth, but that animals will have comparable organs such as eyes, ears and stomachs. ""The really fantastic thing would be to find people there," he said, "or people speaking English. However, if we don't get busy, we might find them speaking Russian." John B. Irwin, T.U. astronomer, expressed doubt that space travel will ever be achieved. He hacked up that contention with examples ox the many difficulties which have to be overcome and the e'normous distances of space. Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Melvin C., Iron River, Wise.; and Ora L., St. Louis, Mo.; a daughter, Mrs. Edna Wilkinson, Indianapolis; four grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Thursday at the Carter funeral home in Flora, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday. The Rev. Walter Curtis will officiate. Burial will be in Maple Lawn cemetery. Charles Seine of Peru Dies at Dukes Hospital PERU—Charles Saine, route 4, Peru, died at 7 a. m. today at Dukes Memorial Hospital. He was admitted on Dec. 7. The body is at the Eikenberry Funeral Home where arrangements are yet incomplete. 1959. It will be built by New York complete home and yard. Shipbuilding Corp. of Camden, i N.J. It will be the first atomic- powered merchant vessel but not the first nuclear ship. Russia took that honor recently by launching an atomic icebreaker. The Babcock and Wilco:: Co. is working on the Savannah's nuclear power system,at its Lynch- Two Vehicles Are Wrecked A 1955 model car driven by Arthur Woods, 67, of 0302 East Broadway, and a parked 1951 model car owned by Mrs. Walter Keller, 446 Bates street, were left total losses when Woods' car slid on tie icy street just east of. Sixth,street on Erie, hit the Kellar car and the front of the Swering tavern, 547 Erie. The Kellar car was knocked backwards into a parked car owned '6y Harold Smith, 825 West Linden avenue, causing minor damage'to it, by the impact. Two pieces of structural glass on the front of the tavern owned by Eslelle Swering were broken when Woods hit the Keller car, and his auto swung Judges for the second anr.ua! i around, across the sidewalk, into the building. burg, Va., plant. Total cost of tl.j Savannah is estimated at about 40 million dollars with about half going to the Camden firm on a fixed price basis. Officials estimate that training, administration and the cost of the initial fuel supply wilt total about 10 million dollars. Pick Lighting Event Judges Arbuckle was arrested Tuesday morning when he and a nine-year- old girl who had been missinj 32 Tender Trap' To Be Given broaden markets for farm prod- i hours were found sleeping in his ucts through research and that an C ur, he in the front seat, she in effective policy of stabilizing '•. the back, prices and costs be developed. Endorse Trade Act Delegates to the convention late Tuesday recommended that an agriculture trade center be established in Western 'Europe to expand the overseas market for American surplus farm products. "The Tender Trap" will be tho The proposal, submitted by the I first production to be staged by- Farm Bureau's resolutions com- the Logansport Little Theatre mittee, said the center would be group, it was announced Wednesday by Mel Clark, direc'.or, following a meeting of the organization Tuesday evening at the Logansport state hospital. The date for the presentation of Christmas lighting contest sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, will be the Rev. Raymond P, Echols of the Broadway Methodist church, city, utilities Supt. Robert Price, architect John Bowman and Grace and Joe PoJilman, local photographers, it was announced Wednesday. Judging in the contest will be conducted from., Dec. 23 through STEAL WHEELS, TIRES Resume Talks in Meat Cutters Strike ST. LOUIS (UP) — A stalemate lasting five days was scheduled the play was set for March 29. Reto end today as meat cutters and hearsals will get underway Janu- food stores resumed negotiations. : ary 20. C.K. Call, a federal conciliation. Readings for parts in the produc- service mediator, moved to bring tion are scheduled for January 9, the parties together Tuesday and 12, W, and 16. Tryouts are open to talks vill be renewed at 2 p.m. anyone in this area, it was em- The wage dispute led to the; phasized. closing of chain markets which! The Reading committee is con- handle about-half the retail sales sidering several other productions of meat in the city and county. Twelve of the 140 cksed markets re-opened Tuesday, to dispose of. perishables on a cut-rate basis to be done later by the Little Theatre group. Longcliff patients presented a play for the benefit of (he Little and 32 others were to open for a j Theatre group Tuesday evening. It Four wheels and tires from al sim j !ar purpose to d a y. I was well received, wrecked car were stolen from the 1 Hope-Luxem car lot, 708 Burlington avenue, it was reported to police late Tuesday. The spare and three other tires, laying on the ground, from the 1957. model car were taken. SALE CALENDAR Dec. 13—Mace & Virgil Martin Harry Bridge Dec. 13—Gilbert L. Maus Murderi Dec. 14—Bob Mertz Waldron. Dec. 20—Wilco Farms Roy Grume, Auct. DELPHI EMPLOYE SUES DELPHI — Harley Brewer, an employe of Stuntz-Yeoman company of Delphi, has filed a $60,000 damage suit in circuit court in Frankfort against Ned Ruch and Harold 'Clark Jr., charging them with negligence that caused severe injuries to himself at a s,tone quarry on Dec. 10, 1955. n Death and Funerals KELLEY Funeral services for Albert E. Kelley, 69, of 522 Twenty-.second street, will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home. The Rev. Harold King will officiate. Burial will be I hi the Walton cemetery. SAYS 0. S.-EDUCATION FAR BEHIND-Rear Adm. Hyman C, Rick- over, the "father of nuclear submarines," .helps at the cornerstone-laying ceremony for the $1,000,000 nuclear power training school at the U. S. submarine base, Groton, Conn. Rickover,'chief of the naval reactors branch of the Atomic Energy Commission, called the l). S. education system "hopelessly outdated.". t YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! 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