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Six Logansport, Infllana, Pharos-Tribune CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Guard Against Unordered Merchandise The local Chamber of Commerce has warned local residents to be on guard against unordered merchandise received through the mails. Chamber officials said that the "sending of unordered merchandise through the mails has lonj nuisance problem," and procedures for persons been a outlined who receive such items This merchandise is frequently placed on a charitable contribution basis, the report said, with the recipient being informed that worthy causes. For this reason, the report added, numerous unordered merchandise promotions are conducted during the Christmas season. Some of the items mailed are ball-point pens, religious medals, Christmas cards and small gift items. In each case the merdian- dies is accompanied by a request for remittance. In some cases, if the recipient fails to respond to the mailing, he may receive another letter asking him to either pay for the his money will be used for various'article or return it. pose of it. If the sender of such unordered merchandise should call at the According to a bulletin from the persons are not obligated to acknowledge receipt of such merchandise, and no reply of any sort is necessary. They are not required to return the merchandise and do not have la pay for it unless they intend to use it. Neither are they required to give the unordered merchandise any particular care. If they do not want to use the merchandise, they should lay it aside for a reason-:organization's background before able period of time, and then dis-jdoing so. Adenauer Key Man in Vital NATO Conference By the United Press West German Chancellor Kon- home of the recipient within a:j rad Adenauer has emerge d as the key man at the North Atlantic reasonable time and request the merchandise, it must be surrendered, but the recipient may demand payment for storage charges before doing so. Chamber of Commerce officials suggested that persons inclined to donate to alleged charitable organizations should check on the Home Furnishing Expert Gives Views on Designs NEW YORK (UP) — Paul McCobb, a leader in home furnish- a new and excity trend. Its cool, afternoon by his secretary as recovering "beautifully." But he suffered a "severe attack" Wednesday evening and expired almost immediately, the •hospital reported. He was a vet- handsome look unques-: eran ° Igress. amlost years in 'con- ings design, says the year 1957 tionably be further developed, produced a higher "level of modi-;for our homes in 1958." ocrity" than we've had in' years, i "Low-ligTits in design almost al"I'm encouraged about the fu- ways fall into the category of ture," said McCobb, who in 15; gimmicks," said McCobb. "Its years of design has won numer- : equivalent in'furniture is the new ous citations. "We had many high- '. pseudo Spanish - Mexican trend, lights, and some all too obvious I totally unsuited to the demands of low - lights. But the highlights j our life today, except maybe for won." McCobb said our taste gen-j the few. . . who still live in ha- erally is improving., "the level ofjciendas." mediocrity is up." I McCobb chastised the automo- McCobb, a man who speaks his ;tive indus t ry for its "Christmas mind no matter wliat the results, ; tree arrangemen t of headlights, offered to list foMhe United. _Press tail ]ightSj spo tlights and the chromitis. decorator- selected three - toned color schemes. . .conceived by whose decorator?" the good and bad of the 1957 de-: standal £ a 'fflicition sign world, from cars to coffee Not to ment ion the tables. Color Proper—Except Cars "There were some highlights in 1957 not easily recognizable because they had been growing in acceptance previously," said McCobb. He referred to proper use of color, other than in automobiles, noticeable in fabrics, floor coverings and other home products. ' 'I was comeback delighted to see of the sky and the sea blues," said the designer. "Two years ago in decorating, blue was a dead word. Yet it's one of the basics. "The island carpet is another of the cumulative design effects ...an innovation that creates little Pranksters Give College President A Yule 'Greeting' JERSEY CITY, N. J. (UP)— 'Twas the week before Christmas, and all through the hall not a student was stirring—not even the prankster who gave President Michael B. Gilligan of Jersey City State Teachers College a milk- filled dribble glass. Although laughter fillet! ^the dining room when GiUigan dribbled milk all over his chest, he took it in good sport. Then the students gave him a place of honor next to the Christmas tree as they chorused "For he's a jolly good fellow," at the annual Yuletide party Wednesday. Just at they completed the last Hoosier Unemployment Increase Is Reported INDIANAPOLIS TOP)— The Indiana Employment Security Division received 52,059 claims for unemployment last week, 4,327 of Treaty Organization meeting in Paris. It is clear that no big decisions can be made at the 15 - nation them initial claims. Director William C. Stalnaker said today additional seasonal layoffs were reported last week in the quarrying, construction, toy manufacturing and needle trades industries. He said none of the district offices reported a large increase in unemployment claims, but said an "upward trend (in unemployment) was evident in most areas." A year ago, total claims were nearly 35,000. AUTOIST KILLED NORTH VERiNON, Ind. (UP)— A big truck hit a car on U.S. 50 one mile east of here Wednesday and killed its driver, Peter Wahl, 84, North Vernon. State police said Wahl drove out of a Jennings County road into the conference without Adenauer's full: approval. I The ramrod-straight old man- he will be 82 years old on Jan. 9— is the most forceful figure at the conference- table. And he speaks for Europe's most prosperous, and potentially most powerful country. Adenauer set the tone for the NATO meeting right at its start. President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had gone to Paris thinking of the establishment of missile bases in Western Europe as the chief issue. Inserts New Question But Adenauer put first the question of trying to find out just what measure of sincerity, if any, there may be in Soviet Russia's "peace offensive" — the letters which Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin addressed, in advance of the NATO meeting, to its leaders and to the leaders of all countries which belong to the United Nations. Adenauer NATO countries use normal diplomatic channels to sound out the Soviet government on any specific ideas it might have for East-West talks to ease the cold war tension. Dispatches from Paris soon be- is being worked out. , But undoubtedly the sounding out of Russia will come first in carrying out of any agreement. Adenauer shares the misgivings of some of the smaller NATO allies on the advisability of estab- ^ishing bases equipped with weap- ! ons which would be used if a big- Thursday Evening, December 19, 1057. chorus, the tree collapsed on ligan. | juries. As he scrambled to his feet Bridges sustained minor in- Rep. Copper, 64, Tennessee, Dies; Opposes Tax Cuts WASHINGTON (UP) — Rep. Cooper, one of the shyest and .' fe j"Jo 0 ^ d "wfth''"tlnser and" other] YUUD CARDS PITCHED also one of the most powerful ; Yuletide trappings but unhurt, the men in Congress, died Wednesday I college president remarked he did night of a heart attack. He was 64. ' not think it was the work of stu- ' •'—*- despite the earner prank, scale nuclear war broke out. Russia has warned repeatedly that these bases would be prime tar gets. j Behind Adenauer's line of policy' in the Paris meeting is his No. 1 objective in life—the reunification of Germany. Obviously, reunification lies far int.he future.. Russia will not, in fact it can not, agree to reunification until the whole European picture has changed. To Russia, Communist East Germany is both a springboard for an invasion of a buffer of Eastern Discuss Wabash River Navigability Project MOUNT CARMEL, 111. (UP)— Officers of the U.S. Army Engineers met Tuesday night to discuss a proposed project which would make the Wabash River navigable from the mouth to Terre Haute, Ind. Three Indiana and Illinois congressmen attended the meeting with Col. Edward D. Comm, district U.S. engineer at Louisville, Ky. The proposed project would consist of a system of dams and locks along with dredging. Tuesday night's hearing concentrated on the section of Uie project from the mouth of the river to Vincenr.es, Ind. Reps. Cecil Harden and William Bray of Indiana and Charles W. VurseH of Illinois attended. UNMENTIONABLES SOUGHT SOMERVILLE, N.J. (UP) — Police began a "discreet" search Tuesday for two vital items. Mrs. Edith Ericksen reported her 19- year-old daughter's girdle ai-d panties had been stolen from the clothesline in back of her horre. suggested that the gan and invasion against an Europe. But every move that Adenauer makes in foreign affairs is made witli eventual reunification in mind. City Offices to Close At Noon Dec. 24,31 Tlie city building will close at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 24, the day before Christmas, and the following Tuesday, the day before New Year's Day, it was announced Wednesday. The new closing schedule will put the city building on the same plan V^AdenaS"^ as the" county court house. path of the truck driven by Eph- P° sal was bein § worked out. ram Bridges, 28, Harrisonburg,' Adenauer said in his speech at focal points of warmth and eye appeal in the home. "And here, we might mention as one of the highlights, the i growing interest in warm, textured woods, such as walnut and teak. Okay for Haciendas "Another has been the use of Death of the crat put Rep. Wilbur D. Mills (•D-Ark.), an outspoken foe of tax cuts, in Cooper's post as chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee which initiates all tax leg- i islation. Cooper, sometimes referred to and added he bore no ill will toward anyone. plastic in its .true sense, for the new and colorful accessories for the kitchen. And beyond all doubt, the re-discovery of the versatility of aluminum is the beginning of as "the loneliest man in Washington," died as he had lived for years — alone. His death at the Bethesda, Md., Naval Hospital came so swiftly that he was unattended by friends or telatives ct the time. Cooper entered the hospital Dec. 5 following a mild heart attack. He was reported only Wednesday FIRE DAMAGES RAIL CAB Fire caused slight damage to a Pennsylvania Railroad refrigeration box car Wednesday afternoon at the Kighteenth street yards. The car was loaded with potatoes, but they were not damaged by the fire. Firemen said the blaze started rear a motor and was confined to one side of the car. CLEVELAND (UP) — Joseph ^arysz thought a paper bag his wife left on the kitchen sink was :ull of garbage and pitched it into Llw garbage pail. Then he larned the bag contained the Christmas cards he and his wife spent their evenings addressing last week and that his wife had left them out to mail. Read the Classified Ads t/ REDUCED /3 *"«-w-A-Kfl¥D TOYS •4 / y 5? We still have a good selection of the newest § M —most wanted toys for § K l»»»»ii»*»kftMi>i»Mi>;kmi§ 516-518 E. Broadway the opening business meeting that, pending any possible agreement with Russia, the Allies "must be equipped with advanced weapons equalling those of our potential enemy." The United States wants to establish in western European countries bases for intercontinental range ballistic missiles and stock them with missiles. An Agreement On Missiles The Paris dispatches say some kind of an agreement on missiles WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY The World's Biggiit Candy SelUr— So Fin* — So Famouf So Sur* to Plftal* $2 box TIMBERLAKE'S GREENSFELDER .Puritan Crew Necks All thi new colors In Icelandic Wool or Lambs Wool. $7.95 to $10. Jarman Slippers OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TIL 9 P.M. Opera or moccasin st/lts $4.95 Fleetway Pajamas The newest colorful patterni. . . Balloon j.at—slipov.r or coat >tyl.. from $3.95 • Chippewa Falls "Loafer" • If you an in doubt about hit n«ids or sizt, giv« a GIFT CERTIFICATE All virgin wool ... wrinkle resistant . • « wear it as a sport aoaf— 3different plaids $16.50 313-315 MARKET 5T. 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MIXMASTER Re 8 .$,o.o 5 NOW $16.95 ATTENTION SUNBEAM SHAVER OWNERS A factory trained serviceman will be here Friday and Saturday to sharpen and clean your Sunbeam Shaver. SHAVEMASTER RAZOR The only electric sharer with a real hollow ground blade powered by a 16-bnr armature-type REAL motor. Actually shaves below beard line because big, single head pops whisker* high for blade. 'Hollow ground, double edge blade is self-sharpening. GJSUNtEAM SMAVEMASTE* $2995 LESS TRADE USE MOHLMANS BUDGET PLAN $1.00 DOWN $1.00 WEEK _ - ^^^^*i^^^^B^*^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^ B ^^^^^*^^^^^^ MOHLMAN& 309 FOVKTH STREET -OUfiLnr ton OKHA QUARTS CCNTUM

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