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iaturday Evening, May 18, 1957. 11. FOR SALE FERREE 4 SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. % mi. S. Akron. QUART strawberry boxes for sale. Also new and used containers Berkshire's, 810 N. Third St. 11. FOR SALE WANTED: Used wood lathe. Phone 3388. USED lumber. Ph. 21851 or 56010. USED coal furntce & blower. Oil furnace & oil conversion burner. Biley's Heating & Air Conditioning, 1314 E. Bdwy. 3437. SHOWING NOW AT BAIRD'S "NEW ANDERSON" BAIRD'S offer a savings up to $500 with over 15 mobile homes reduced in price. II you are looking for a bargain, BAIRD'S have over 40 to choose from, in 10' and B' wide, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. We trade for furniture, with the best financing available. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 Phone Peru Gridley 39808 1957 RICHARDSON 42-ft. House- trailer. Donald Shaver, Stoncy Pike Trailer Court after 5:00 p. m. GOOD studio couch, tapestry covered, bedding compartment, soljd mahogany lamp table, perfect condition; men's shoes, tan with mesh, six.e 9'AC. All new and reasonable. 215% - 12th St. LIFETIME metal Carports-Patios regular $335, Now $199 delivered. Two hours erection. Many styles. All sizes. Virden Perma-Bilt, Box GOIifi, Amarillo, Tex. " IToUSETRAIlTEltS WHY PAY RENT? 18 ft. to 43 on sales lot. See them'today. Remember low down payment and monthly payment. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 mi. SE on 35. MARS 30-ft. 1855 housetrailer. Inquire Stnney Pike Trailer Court. ONE Hangeridcr, 24" Riding rotary lawnmower. Burkhart Gun Shop. Phone 407«1. NATIONAL cash register for sale. l j h. 4974. ~ NEW AND~USED TRAILERS" I!OIJ ROSE TRAILKR SALES 770 S. Miami, Wtfbasb Ph. 9W or 730 IIOIISETRAILERS and accessories Buy, ecll or trade. 2 ml, N. W on U S. 36. Maple Springs. c. Musical Initrumenti COMJ'AHK our quality and prices. Ivers & Pond Agency, 834 W. Miami. Phono IIU83. P ""~' Kimbal ""Wnrmt~'you too, may have u reasonably priced piano without sacrificing quality. See this before you buy. Liberal triidc-ln. Strange Music IIouxi: at Morocco's, 521 IS. Hroadwuy. ACCORfHONS. rcasonable~price, easy terms. GALLO'S ACCORDION HEADQUARTERS 705 Twelfth. Start your child musically with WUKUTZEH LESSON LOAN PLAN on 1—A brand now WURLITZKR piano In your home. 2—Ten private; weekly lessons. 3—Lfis.wi material furnished. AIJ It Konly you i.'i #1.50 n week. Nothing mure—no extras MYGRANT'S, 5211 K. Broadway d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chlx BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks aro bred for top egg production and Increased llvnbility. Ask about the new IIl-Lny 1042 Cross. FARM I10REAU . Phone 3141 Loganaport HOP LKGIIOHN chlckii. 1'opulnr Heavy llix'cdn. C'ockorelv nvall- liblo. Hlxer Halchcry, Griuni Creok. o. Sood«, Plant! GAUUKN SWPUKS-Uoiiu, flower and garden Insocllciduii. 'Also complete lino of sprayers ami dii.'ilors. (,ognn llalchcry, IK't Michigan. I'hono 4W2. SWKKT iiolnlouN and garden IilantH. McClaln'H al Mexico, Indiana. WANTED TO BUY-jPaint sprayer., canoe, tape recorder. Pb. 4569. WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. 3397. PhoBe phmtti7<i | vnrlclleM. Mlllng orders now Clniido Klinu :i miles cnul Twelve Mile. f. Wearing Apparel AIR FOIICE officers uniform!!,: Claim "A" llliuiH, Clans A & U Jiuntnn Hloii.'iiiH :i() It, Trouneni| 30-32, Tailored Uiicron-wool glib- i nnllmi. Excellent comllllnn. William Klsfhor, SS2 Iluntli. DAISY'S kimono's 4llc. illuo Hell dungarees, Ullc. Training pants, 3 for 70e. 2, 4, fl, nnii 8, T-nhlrts, 4 lor $J.OO. Hurg/iln Cantor, 322— 3rd, Open Sundays. _____..__...„..__ IN OUR COTTONS AT The Thrift Shop, 411 M, Market NEW LINE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Thrift Shop, 4U K. MlU'kot WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 4th, Phone 3610. WANTED Good used child's swing set. Phone 56120. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, 4 bedroom, east North Street. Tile bath, ample closets and cabinets. Phone 7350. WANTED TO BUY: Small home, state location and price. Box A-248 this newspaper. $700 Down and $50 per month will purchase this Westside semi-modern property. Nice decoration—large lot. Garage. A Real buy. 22nd Street Conventional built all-modern three bedroom single story home. Nicely located in Daniel Webster District. Full basement, gas furnace, garage, fenced, in rear yard. Owner leaving city. Quick possession. Sunset Drive Throe bedroom Nallonal homo. Cule, cozy, and comfy—and il's less money too—Priced at only $10,750, Pay equity and assume good low Inlorcst morlgago. Roselawn Add'n Well built and firmly puckc-d two bedroom borne, beautifully located Summit Drive. Wood cabinets In kllchon. Nicely dee- oralcd. Spacious nnd landscaped lot, ba.iemcnt, J'/i car Karaue. Immediate posacasion— Good finance. To Uuy or Sell Please Tell— Dale W. McNutt YOL'Il UEALTOIt Office 20211 Eve. 2-17117—41111(1— wa (I rm. mod. gnu furn., Incinerator. I (1 iill biiMenient, largo living rrn., flniplace, den, carport, gar. and shade trees. Shown by II rm. cottage und (jar. I'last. !> rm. mod. hoiiiu. Our., full 7 rm. Kiwload, Will Hell on low down payments, Contract. Modern honii; on K. ildwy. with npl, up, Priced for quick sale. Now in liilili, unflnlnliod IIOIIHCI. Owner llvlnii In K yot. Unable lo flnlHli, Buy thl.'i anil do your own work. 4 npl. brick. Downtown locution. Building lols on Highway 25 north. DOUGLAS OR ROSCOE MARTIN, Realtors 202 Fourth Phono <ir>«7 LUCKY? PerhnpH, huL iievi.TlhcleHfi lillfll- no.'in IIIIH been real ifowl and wo can iiHi; moro IhilhigH. Wo on- puclally tieiicl 1, Si. 3 bodroom slnKlo Hlory liomoii but havo many cllenU for jiruporty of all nlzoH, nhapoH, prices, and locn- tloiiH. Contact UH soon for frlumlly and offlclonl Honl Rs- Into Hiirvlci! — No Sale — No Charge, Free appnilnaln, See— Dale W. McNutt YOOK III'JAI.TOU Pliono 2021) Kvu, 2-1707 h, Wanted (o buy WANTKD: Used- arum sot. 8032 after fi p.m. Call NKW 3-bodroom U, S. Slcol Homos uvnllablo on V. A. loans nt 1% down. Dial 2U07. » i'WrSALKrTlouHenirinirrowHrS bodi'oomH und bath, liulll-ln cnbl- nelti and dlnhwaHhor, dining room • und largo living room both cur- puled, full ImHomunt, combltin- lion storm windows and doors, oil furnaco, hot water hout, lnr«o ({iirnKo. Sovoral fruit Iroos, Lol 1IIO'X2I2' on highway 25, Phono Jim-rows 23-11 nflor (I p.m. or nny- tlino Salnrtlny or Sunday, ll-HOOM IIOIIHO, IVi acros, in Adauiflboro. Dorrall Wilson. 13. REAL ESTATE FOB SALE: 6 room house. Easy terms. Dr. Overholser, Winamac. BARGAIN Modern double North St. Consisting of 4 rms, hardwood floors down, 3 bedrms,. bath up. Full basement, oil furnace east half. 3 rms & bath, hardwood floors down, 3 bedrms up, full basement, coal furnace west half. Full- lot, double garage. Price $7250. $1,000 down, balance monthly. Both sides now vacant. B06 AYERS, REALTOR Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. FOR SALE: Two modern homes in Fulton. Barker Realtor, Fulton. FOR SALE: Monticclio, Indjana, Beautiful 3 bedroom all modern home. Available on contract. Phone 643 Monticclio, 825 N. Main Street. David W. Crutchfield. 3-bcdroom house, attached garage. Ph. 21851. 3-BEDROOM modern, 1'A baths, gas heat, basement, castcnd near schools and churches. 52759. Phone BEDROOM convontional built home with basement and attached garage. Built in 1954. Eastend. Write Box A-247 this newspaper. b. Lots CHOICE BUILDING LOTS $25 down $10 per mo. BOB AYERS, . REALTOR Phone 432(1 l(i W. Linden 100x170 BUILDING lot north o. town, Lots of shade. 2340. BUILDING sltea, any size, clectrl city, gas Cash or contract. 73911 RESTRICTED, 100x200, Logans port schools. West's, north edge of Broadrlpplo bridge. RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from cily. South on Highway 29 Phone 5-0500. II LOTS on Northern tivonuc, 100 foot frontage. I'hone 3II!)7. LOTS, 140' frontage, 251)' to 300 deep, $500 to if(l25. <l-l/.'l acres, $1775. Contracts available. 2'/4 miles north of Dykomnn Park, Logansporl. Herb (inker, 705 Grove, Koliomo, Phone GL-200J!). c. Farms FOR SALE 1W acres for sale : '/i mile north of Kullon, 'Indiana. Good 7 room house, <1 roomu down and three rooms up, wltli shower bath and lavatory downulahu Good •30x110 burn; ffrnnnry 20x30; tool shed and (jrnnnry Kix:iO; cement block milk house; poultry houso KM!) with ccincnl floor; brooder lioii.su with cumcnL floor lOxlH, Good fonclii//,, A splendid farm. If purclmMcd wllhln BO (liiyH, one-half of nil wowing crojjs to at} to purchaser. POH- HCH.iloii March IsL, lOWI. 1'rlco $a;)D.()0 ]iur acre. Call or son 0. fl. Ph.'horinj,', ItenHor, or Harold A. Grie.Hl, Sulii.iinnn, at THIS TWKLVIS'MILK STATE ' J1AN1C Twolvo Mile, Indluiiu Phono No. 22(11 or 2203 0. It. PiclterinK, Koaltor WIDOW mum Bell /!(> aero farm In Cam Co. Immuiltalo pnanan- iilon. $ll!,wj(i 00. Lloyd Jofferloa, Uoallor, 10!) East iail>, Uochout- er, phono 1441. Third Stroot Market 'nnl Hlilnn Icof hldoa .111 .1(1 . .12 .01M, .25 Popojoy Dressing Plant iiiglioi'ii lions ii leavy Hens 15 Set By-Pass Meet June 6 A local by-pass committee will meet with Gov. Harold Handley and Robert Peters, state highway chairman, at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 6, at the statehbuse in Indianapolis, it has been announced. The meeting . was originally scheduled for May 7 but was postponed. A six-man delegation is expected to carry the fight for a by-pass to the highway commissioner. A 'Logansport delegation appeared before Gov. Handley. earlier. Members of the committee are Ed Yeazel, Mel Riley, State Sen. Robert Justice, State Rep. Dewey Schmidt and State Rep. Mahlon Kerlin. A sixth member has not yet been confirmed. Mrs. Dorothy Kimbrough is an alternate member of the delegation. City and Air Force Police Determine Driver of Vehicle City police, assisted by Bunker Hill Air Force authorities, finally determined the driver of the automobile which struck and injured Merle Huflman, of 925 Helm street, .early Wednesday morning at highway 24 anc] WheaUand avenue, then left the scene. Gary G. Pebler, 18, arraigned in city court Saturday morning, was "ined $10 and $14.75 costs by Judge 'Tarold Tuberty on a charge of failure to make a report of a personal injury accident. No civil charges were filed a- ffainst two Bunker -Hill airmen rlends of Pebler who at various .Imes alleged they were driving -he car. A second count against Pebler of driving without a valid opern- Lor's license was taken under advisement and l.he facts turned over l.o liie stale attorney general, since the defendant possessed a license issued in his home stale. Merle Huffman, the victim who was knocked off hfs bllto In the accident, suffered bnok and leg injuries and a bump on the forehead. Reach Other Counties In Scandal Quiz Chairman of Senate Subcom- mitte S a y s Investigation Extend to Lake and Wayne Counties I 1 WASHINGTON (UP) ,- Investigation of the Indiana highway scandal today spread to Wayne and 1/ake counties. Sen. Albert Gore" (D-Tenn), chairman of the U.S Senate. Pub- lie Roads Subcommittee, issued a j j{ ay 31 prepared statement which ' said,, v- «« Organize New Pro Net Loop FORT WAYNE (UP) — A new professional basketball league was born here Friday night when representatives from six midwestern cities met to draw up operating plans £or the-American'Basketball Association. The six cities which have been definitely committed to join the new league are Fort Wayne; Dayton and Toledo, Ohio; Chicago; Tri - Cities, HI.; and Waterloo, Iowa. Indianapolis, Des Moines, and Lansing, Mich., were considering the possibility of joining and promised to give their decisions Schedule Last School Visit- By Bookmobile TIio last .school visit by- the I,o- Knnspnrt-Cuss county public library Bookmobile will be made Monday, while in communities' will be visited during the remainder of the week. 'Die book traitor will ha nl Ihe Noble township school from 0 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, according to Miss Edna Holclun, county librar- Ian. Tuesday slops will be nl Metca from JO to II. a.m.. Twelve Mile at 12 noon, Hoover nt 1 p.m., and New Waverly from 2::»l to 3:,10 p.m. Wednesday tho trailer will be nl Lincoln from 10 a.m. In !I2 noon, Galvo.Hloji nl J2:.'li) p.m. nnd Young America al. ,'l p.m. "We have iniliated a preliminary investigation of the right-^f-way acquisition In Wayne and Lake lounties." Gora said there was "clear" evidence of "conspiracy to defraud" in 'the Marion County phase of bhe highway' scandal whioh was the subject of a two- day hearing liis week. "Evidence deduced by the investigation of the acquisition of righls-of-way on the Madison Ave. highway project in Indianapolis tended to show clearly, if not conclusively, Ihe existence of conspiracy to defraud," Gore said. Filo Sedillo and John L. Mutz, members of Gore's staff, spent several days in Indianapolis checking on the Madison Aw. case. Bui there was no indication they would rel/uni for Ihe Wayne- Lako inquiry. There also was no ir.ciicntion whether further hearings would be held. Gore's office said thai de- ponds on what the new inquiry produces. Former Indiana highway chairman Virgil (Red) Smilh, his right- of-way cbiof' Nile Toverbuugh; Tovcrbaugh's cliiof aide, Harry Doggeti, and Milan attorney ttob- crt A. Peak all are under indictment In Marion County, Indiana, on charges of embezzlement of public funds or. conspiracy to embezzle. They came (tore under subponn during Iho week, but declined to answer questions asked by Gore and commiLleo members. The four usod t.hc Fifth Aimcndiijcnl und remained silool on more ilia, 100 questions. officrs were elected at Friday night's meeting, but several committees were established to draw up rules, nominate officers, Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven Increasing Dispersal of U.S. Missile Units Alarms Moscow Egypt Hints Russ Backing On Suez Issue United Nations Security Council Will Air Canal Dispute Starting Monday Egypt hinted today it would have the solid backing of the Soviet Union and the Soviet vote when the Security Council meets Monday to consider France's .demand serV%Ten"tative"scheduio"aird'Uhat "« entire Suez Canal ques- work out the many details quired before the league begins operations next fall. The new group agreed to set the length of games at 40 minutes, eight minutes less than the regulation time now used by the National Basketball Association.. The group also decided on a 40 to 4fi game season, depending on how many teams eventually join the league. Plan Summer Book Program The annual summer reading program conducted by the local public library will open next Monday, it was announced Saturday by Mary Holmes, librarian. Pro-school children, elementary students and junior high pupils report on ten books each to receive diplomas, while high school students and adults are required to read three- non-fiction books to complete the program. Miss Holmes reported Hint the 1057 summer reading will be the 35tli annual program .held here, and reminded library patrons that the library is now open on Wednesday afternoon, but closes at noon Saturday. The county llbrnry is open Friday night, she said. tion b8 reopened, Cairo dispatches said Egypt would fight France's effort to reopen talks on the canal question but would be protected by the Soviet veto against anti-Egyptian movement in any case. Semi - confirmation came from Moscow where Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko told Western correspondents (hat "nothing good" will come from the'French move. He said ships were using the canal and the situation was "normal." WASHINGTON (UP)-The Communists are far from being "ringed" wiUi U.S. guided mi&siies today. But Moscow's 'anguished cries indicate that Ihe Reds know the U.S. program is gathering momentum rapidly. • Recent straws in the wind: —Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson's statement to newsmen that missiles similar to those stationed in Europe are under consideration for our 'forces in South Korea. — Official announcement that Matador guided missiles are slated for "future stationing" in Formosa. —The Anglo-An.erican agreement that intern.ediate range ballistic missiles will be supplied to Britain when available. — U.S. announcement that Mala-. dor and Honust John bombardment missiles and Nike air defense missiles are being programmed for North Atlantic treaty countries, Delivery dales were not specified. Five Matador Groups The increasing tempo of missile armament lias brought series of threats from whole Russia against NATO countries, seek to dissuade from from allowing U.S. missile iiismilationis lo be set up. And Uod China' contends lhat sta- Gromyko, in a talk with foreign | tioning of Matadors on Formosa oorrespondenls at n Norwegian I will not niter her determination lo embassy reception, declined lo! "liberate" the island, answer n question on whether I The on iy guided missiles now de- Israel Imd freedom of passage: p] 0 y 0 d by U.S. forces are the Ma- through the canal a""i said "Israel tailors, which are actually pilotlcss is playing a very had role in thci aircraft, able to strike arranges of Mldc-aslern situation." ' 500 to f>00 miles. The only exccp- The stale-controlled Cairo radio warned Israel tli.it any allempt to send a lesl ship through the Suez Canal would be regarded as aggression ami thai "volunteers" from all over the world would rusli to Egypl's aid. The radio did nol mention Sovicl "volunteers" by name but there were hinls during lasl full's crisis that Soviet and Chinese Communist volunteers might go to Egypt. Rain Delays Time Trials INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Rnl'n (to inyed Iho oponhig IJ.ino trials fo llio M()-mlle Momorin! JOny Speed way auto ruco today. Klfilileen cars were pushed lo tin starting upran when sprhikles pelt -- - . c f' L "« sprnwllng race course. Iw Thursday Miss Hohleii will ylsll' mlllllloj! !>°fi"'<! the scheduled open Luke Cicotl. nL II a.m., Gcorgu-! town at 12 noon, und Ciymcrs from 2:[10 lo II p.m. of Iho Wills. Firm In line was Dick Hath •miuin, Trenton, N.J., fifth plad winner last your, Othoi's linud up and ready lo K\ Included pole posllon fnvorlLo .Pau Navy Bomber Crashes In Landing; 10 Hurt Iniwso, conogn PIU-IC, cniir., CHICAGO (UP)—A'Navy bomber' °' Commr ' N<>rth V|;I '»<MI, Ind.; J1)M c.-uKlmd one-lmir rnllo short of |.|ie' M " lloiul1 ^Mna cluiniplrwi .Jimmj CHenvlow Naval Air SLalion early ! I3 '' ynn ' 1J!lt >°n!t, Arl-/,., and 10S2 today, Injuring Lhe 10 mun nhourd. •' " fio °" winner Troy HiiLlninn, Lynn The piano, a 1'HXj! Ne-iHuno pn.' won<1 . c " lff ' Irol bomlji-r, was on a roullno M( " 1 " '•""" "W.'XJO fim« Jnmino (.raining (light from the Nnvy biine ut Htilchinsoii, ICiwi., Ui Glenvlcw and WUH limiting nil Instrument controlled landing during fog. The nlrcnvfl. aild l.o a slop In n I>omi of wnler itl l.ho north end of Iho Hold wid n erwili crow .sped'to Lhc HCC-llO, Find Stolen Auto At Hamilton, Ohio Word of tlm recovery of n mn- •OHII HMD jiuloinubllu, reported iloluu from l.ho homo of Luu Do- •tiivon, (if 510 Cil'ovo Htrcol, .Thni'.i- Iny night WIIH received l)y city po- Ico Krlclny lilglit. According to 1.1m radio immsnge, i ynutli of id WIIH caught with llio oiilclo nt Ilanilllnn, Ohio, nurl.li of C'lncliiniill. Tin! cm' In not In run- ilng cimdll.um, Uiu rcpnrl snkl. JJclljivea liifl, todny til claim the the BrouiuLs to watcb the "bnLtlt for llio iwlu." Waynv'i Produco •fenvy HUIIII lmri) Hutm ,14 .11 -adies Play Blind 'artner Tourney Kllnor Goi'Ht and Nndlno Ellor win first place In I lie blind pnrt- ier and Imiullcnp tournay on the )yl[(i;niiii Liullon <lay K<ilf program 'Inu-sdny. SUM (Inby and Union Drown were oil for socond plnco. Cn-clinlrinon Autpmoblle Damages City Parking Mefer A 1050 niilomohllo, driven by Shlrloy Ann lliinn, of rnulo (I, I Hdiixporl, WIIH only Hllghlly (hi aged, when |L struck and honl llio posl nf n city narking inuler al 12:15 iun, .Saturday on Mnrlcat Pollen advlsocl Hie molorlftl. l.o chuck wHIi.lho city cleric for (lam- ugo.i la Ihn inoliir. Heart Attack Is Fatal To Pauline Stuart, 75 Mrs. 1'niillnu .Sluiii'l, 75, dluii fliiddunly ill 11:15 a.m. Kalunlay nl htsr home, -107 Tnuoinii iwonuo, a beai'l. aLlack. A unlive and Ill'ellmo ren!(!enl of lliis c|ly, sho WIIH horn Jan. Ml, 111112, Lo Pnul and Kalliorlne (DflkorJ KlMorh). Wio was m/irrlei Lo William R. SLuarl, wlio sur vlvcH. Sho also leavoK Lwo daughters Mrs. William Wllcr of thin. city and Mr.s. ,1. W. O'Neill of Uorkioy, Mo.; six {ji'o.mlclilldrun; |. wo N | s . tors, Mi'M. Mary McCnbo of Don. vor, Colo,, and Mrn, Knlhorlno IlllRh of LoganHjiorl; nnd sovenil nlncuN and nephows, Siio' wn« a mumbar* of Uia SI. Jimopli church, tho Hosary socloly and Iho Daughtom of Isabella. PVIoadH may cull afler 7 p.m. Sunday al. Llio Krocgor fiinoral homo, where final riles are ing. ir iho ilny wore liillnnr C!craL nnd! Friday Tire and Wheel Stolen From Car Thofl, of n lire, tuba, wlu'nl and several loots from.lho li'iink of bin nuUmioblle, parked nUlho YMCA no Gaby. was ropurlpil Ui po' FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Miirla Smith, Mfr. Phcrn. 3J»3 REALGAS mail QUAMTY LOWKIt PRICKS 818 W. Market Ill-Way (4 IHtli »ml Wondlnwn 8«v«nlb mid North llau Saturday mnrnliiK liy Illrnoll Plait, of «OI Twonllclli slrciil. Tho rtlLimiin Oil company roporl- oil n J-licIO window .imnHliud by vandals al Us plunl M MlahlKftn nvnniio, No entry was mmte to iho Rochester ro Hold Third Annual Rodeo ROCIIMSTISH. lad. —Tho Lhlrd iiniiiiiil Hochosti!)' llodco iindor niwplcos of Die Norlliorn Indlnnii llodeo AHSiiclnllon will bo hold at tho Wont ElovonUi fttraol nronn nl 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday May 25 ntitl 2(1. Tho show will fculiiro bareback brochu Hcllntf, Rrnlima Imll rldlnid slocr wroslllng, calf I'oplnji and wild horjo raclnti. Former Twelve Mile Girl Hurt in Crash Ml.ss Laura VVIIhoIFfi, (Inufflilcr of Mrs. Blnacho Wllliolm, fonucrly of Twolvo Mile,' In recovering nl hor homo, 004 ICii.sl. Ninth sfreol, North Manchester, from Injurlcti Hiifforcd roomily when hor cnr was liemollfilicd In an accldenl near Miuu.'ln. She aiifforocl n iHnlountccI arm, fractured rlhn and inuiioroim ciil.i and brulsM. Cass County Council To Convene Monday Tlm CII.HH counly council will moot In spoclnl so.islon nl I) o'clock Monday morning In the court houso to consldor additional appropi-lalions l.olalliiK }!I7II,2((1 for tho remainder of l.h« yonr. Included (ire $l5(!,i)00 moro for tho constriinllon of an addition to Memorial hospital, $11,1123 for tho counly hluhway department, and SMA'HI In county revenue funds. MICTKRS NET <ll,20» It'icelptH from city parkins' mo tors lol.nlod $1,2(10 for llio week liiK Friday. Sired melum col- luctotl J020.I50 mid'th'o lots con- U'lbulctl $3411.150. Japanese War Bride Who lost Husband's Love Tries Suicide l.VOHPBNDKN'OE, Mo. (UP)—A Japanese wnr bride who tried to kill lieraelf and her three young . children because she had lost heri"" 1 " Gl iHwbnnd'is love was In "very) Tho proposed program ndopted Bird Gassing Meet Planned A meeting In discuss gassing oi starlings in downtown LdKnnsjiort will probably he held next, month hy a Chamber of Commerce committee barking the program, the cily council, local merchants and a firm which performs Iho g«s- erlticn!" comllllon today. Mra. Tflmiko Samuel, 20, n<Iniin- Istcrcil doscH of illliilKd cnrbon lelrucblnrlilu to hor Ihree children, Hoy Bnncne, 4; David, 3, niul DoroUiy Am), 2, nnd (Jien drank a slrnitfhl (lose herself Thursdny. Sgt. V. L. Slovens of the Independence police said the .fnpnnesc woiiiiin nppnrenHy bocnnio de- spomleitl after receiving n loiter from hur-husbniul, liny, a .sergeant ivl.1 ached to the (135th AC&W S<iuiwl- ron nl Tueoma, Wash. The lottor said that her husband loved nivulhor girl thai he iin<l met In WasliliiBUm nnd Hull lie wiuilod In marry her. Mm.' Sanuwl, who married her husband In .Iitpnn In 1B!>I, le'l « fiwuwoll note which said In part This l.s my a n s w o r, (InrlliiK, because 1 Hllll love you, Forever, 1 love only you am! Hie children. Prelly soon I leave lltlw, und you free. But. you are my hujvlmiixl forever, so 1 lake Ihe l«voly children vvlih inc." Shortly nflor llio children and tliulr mother drank Llio deadly Iquld, llio older boy cried oui, nni I'omlko's mother-lii-lmv, who l|ves a hasomenl aporlmonl in (lit. same building with her HOD'S family <>i!li>n.'(l lo seo wluit wiu wi-oi .She found young ltoy on the .'lorn- flnd called tho fire depart monl. flrenion aihiilnisLiireil first ikl anil rushed Iho pol.ionot! fain- ly lo ilio hOKpilnl, Tho children I. o d u y were ro- wrtud recovering, lint llKilr inn or foughl for her llfo. Her luwhiiml, iwllflod in Tiicoma >f the suicide, nltetnpl, wiu •teil Lo arrlvo In In/dependence surly today. by Ihe chamber committee could not be carried out. until next fall, when the birds return lo tin 1 buildings from tree roosts. Plans call for gassing birds in the 12-block area from the Itiiilruad north In Norlli slroel nnd from Second street cast to Sixth .sired. C!ly trucks would be u.s<xl lo remove dead birds, according to William Wiler of Ihe chamber ami- ". Wiler snid the gns pro>;nim tions are Army Corpora! missiles, now in Europe, which ]:;ivo 75-miJe range and follow a ballistic trajectory. The U.S. Air Force has five Mn- Indor crauiw. Tliroo comprise (Jio 701st Tactical Missile Wing with headquarters nt Hahn, Germany. Two are at Orlando Air Forcn Base, Pin., and one or both of ;lu> presumably will Orlando go lo Formosn. Where else Die Air Kwco m;iy station Ihe Matador, which ran bi> ustvl "over wide expanses of water," has not been diseUised. Hu( Wilson imlk-alivi (l\e llnitetf Stales wsa LliinkinK in leruis of sending lo SimHi Korea Ihe same kinds of missil«s i( lu-is in Kurojw. Those would be the Matador, the Honest John. Tho latter is nr. un- giwieil rockrt witii 20 miles rnnr.e. All can be equipped willi ntomiff warheads. The United Slates' movo in South Korea \«>uM be to cnunler Hie Coniniunist buildup of slreiiKlli in North Korea which thU country contends vinlales the 1053 iirmi.s- tk'e a;;ree.nKMit. A report earlier Hiis week from Korea snid Hint tho Coniniiinisls supixised lo have Hlouiie iu in North Korea. A (h<i- eJieck «i he.st availalile .soureu.s here failed to subs'.aiitiale reiwrl. However, Russian lype aircraft in Norlli Korea or avruss iver in Main-huria mlllee. Wiler snid the gns program u "' ^ "'" Hiver in Manrlmna should romovo Hie .starling pro-i woul d presumably be capable of Wem for five lo .seven ywirs. earr.viag aumw weajions wliirli Hoosier Non-farm Employment Gains INDIANAPOLIS (i:i>) — Tin number of lloosier non-farm work-! ore increased last month, hut Ihelr average weekly pay do-; cllneil, Lho Iiullana Kiuiiloymont j Security Division retried today. Director William (7. Sl.-ilnnkor said mi estimated l,4fc!'IOO HIKIS- ler.s held Industrial .jobs in mld- Aprll, about :'.,SOO move than In mid-Mareh. Hut he said there was be supplied lo (hem (illicitly if ili'.iireil. While Ihe United Slates if gathering .slc.-mi in (he program fur supplying its own forces anil lliose of NATO allies with I'erlain missiles, i it has nol, so far as is known un- derlalten lo offer missiles to neutral eouiilrirs. Hep. W. Ktorllns Cole (li-N.Y.l throw out a suggestion In Tokyo a lew diiy.s ago Unit t.'ie Unile<l Slaliu slnnilil provide neiilriils with missiles that eolild bo equipped wlUi i ' warheads. Two Suspects Jailed In Separate Slayings CARY (UP)— -Polko today held kil'fory II o r r u n, 211, Iliiianioiul, Mid KeancUi L. 1'olnler, 3f!, Clnry, i.s jiusipecljj In separate Gnry .slay iK«. Clinrllo .SliitiKliter .Ir., 24, Onry. was dead on arrival nt Mercy lo.i|)llnl Frlduy iilclil will) stab Wltni-sses said lie with llorron, had Jnrnes llalhwioke, M, Gary, died ''rlday iilKhl. In Motliodlsl. llos nl of n tfunwhol woiiinl Biil'fored ast Sunday night. Kenneth L. 'olnlcr, Illi, wn« charged al tho Imo with nssniilt and bntlory with ntiiiit lo kill. Pointer and Jlal- ronlco lived In tlie snm<i upnrt- noiit bulUlliiK*. 'reasurer's Office Will Reopen Monday • Tlm Cnssi counly Irousurcr'n of- en, which lias boon closed for the nsl. two weults whllo tho treasur- and hla doputlas nnd Iho atnll- or's office wore worklnK on llio ix books, will bo ronpcnccl lo tho ubllc Moniliiy morning, Treasiiror llnrenco Solllcmy-ro announced 'iiliirdny. A dollnquoncy ponnlly bus boon ddod to nil Cuss property tuxes ol paid by tho May fl deadline. lead the Classified Ads I A Dulled Press survey of neiilrn! average work i O apllals showed that r e n r I 1 o n r: 11 ../"'I ^,, m ^..^^™»^ from cold \ w m-™« e H'M ib,ml M cenls- less -limn the Mare, ,»! $, 1 ....c,V, Slnlnaker credited tho impiicl of Kiwlcr s wllli iiiueh of tin 1 job increaMi. The hoosl was centered in iion-iiianufiiflurliig indus- IrliVi, ho said. The re|wrl said non-mamifadnr- Ing Industries reporleil 7,:i(i(i more employes than In March an<l iniin- ufnt-'lurlng oinployiiieiil dropped 4 .BOO. Loan Firm Bandit Quickly Captured INDIANAPOLIS (Ul>> _ Police captured Russell Unrponter, 25, a holdup .suspect, loss than two hours after a uniiman escaped I'VUIny from u loan office with S1.IW2, Police Kiikl C!nrponler adiullled llio dayll|.jhl I'Kbhcry of the eiwl. .side Kconoiuy I'l'livunru Co. He was ciiUKhl on a cily street after re- lurnliiti a friend's car. 'I'lio holdup man ordered ns- sIslanL maniiftor Arthur 0 Piors, 30, ami nianai,'er (;lliford Mull to luinil over money Irom a cash drawer and vault, llo flwl in u Zoli Organizing Italian Cabinet HOMK (UP)~Pre.mler-!>esl|?nnto Adone Xoli eicpeel.s lo roniplvlft fwmiillon of III?! one luirlycnlilnt'l by Monday and try for n vote of confidence by May 2M, Informed iireos snid today. JSoll, (Ill-yeiir-old jiresldent of •Ihe Glirlstlan Dwnocrntlc Party, would ivot have a majority In pnrllomcnl and hla only hope of .•.urvivnl lay n the opposition's fear of onrly olocllons. la • OUtrlght. Opposition, I Daly in Switzerland was there won n iraee of possible Inleresl. Official elreles in Heno .iald Hint under their country's porpeluiil neulrallty pulley no sueli weapons could be iii-cepteil a.s a gift. U they were offered for sale, oae official said, Hint would lio "an entirely different mailer. . .a slrlrlly luisi- ness affair." Hut the federal council, thai in lilt 1 Swiss government. would have l<i malte the final decision. Plan Tractor Death Inquest The public Inquest into Ihe denlh of l.'b.'irli'H HnlsbHiifiJi, 10, »l route •i, will he held al I) a.m. Monday In the coroner's office In Ihe courthouse, nceonling lo Coroner M. I!. Stewart. The boy was crushed to deiiUi Tuesday when llio farm Iraelor ho was driving overliirni'il on him near llio Cnss-Mloml line. Sciiiio of the accident was only a mile from his lioin«. He was Die son of Mr, and Mrs. IClburf Auxiliary Policeman Checking Cars Killed ANDKHSON (UP) - Auxiliary pollwnuin Henry F. Hull, ,rt, died today of injuries suffered Friday night whitn n car struck him as lie directed traffic. Hull was routing ears nt n police unto cheek blockade. He was hit by a ear driven by Floyd K. llnckor, •MX Anderson. Hal) WHII carried about !iO feel on Uio hood of Hacker's car. SALE CALENDAR tfay 22-—Joes Auction ,... Tool, Auct May 24—D. E Stnrk Weddin K ton May 25—Closln« Out Sulo O. J. Book wall or Bridge, Auct. May 25—Pcnrl Powncll Est Burdotte Garner May 2fl—John A. Watson Harry Drid«ea Juno 1—Jasper Fouls John A. Case, Auct.

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