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Thursday Evening, May 23, 1957. Boy, 14, Infuriated By Criticism, Kills His Mother, Sister RYE, N. Y. (UP)—A 14-year-old high school student, infuriated over family criticism of his school work, went on a rampage Wednesday night and shot his mother and sister to death. The boy's father, Eugene R. Casey, a New York public relations man and one-time reporter for the Boston Globe, was stricken with a heart attack a short while after his son's outburst. He was reported in critical condition at Unite'd Hospital in Port Chester. The boy, Andrew, a freshman at Rye High School, surrendered the gun, a .22 caliber rifle, owned by his brother, to police when they arrived. Coherent, but rambling, he gave no motive for the shooting, according to District Attorney Joseph Gagliardi. But police said criticism of school grades appeared to have touched off the shootings. His mother, Dorothy, 48, shot six times, was killed instantly. The sister. Sheila, 19, a bank em- ploye, shot once ir 1 the eye, died 90 minutes later at United Hospital. Peru Michael Reinhart and icki Doran, Peru Junior high school eighth grade students, will be the principal speaker for the graduation exercises to be held at the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. Thurs. day. They were winners of the junior high school oratorical contest held last spring. Duey Cypherd, a member of the school board, will present the diplomas to the 227 graduates and Principal Harry Rooksby will call the roll. Fred Fechtman, city school s erintendent is scheduled to make the welcoming address. Rev. Gary Allbrittcn of the First Baptist church will give the invocation and the Rev. A. W. Miley of the Christian the benediction. church will give Seventh grade processional leaders will be Frank Welke and Mary Officers of the King, Jo Willingham. Newly-elected Peru Lions club president: Jack are John Stafford, first vice-president; Ben Rule, second vice-president; Fayette Phiilipy, third vice-president; Kenneth Zcr- be, secretary; Milton Bishop, as- asistant secretary and James Holmes, treasurer. Farrell Brewer is 'lion tamer; Frank Sciortino, tail twister; Charles Hilligoss, assistant tail twister; Tom Price and John Butt, directors. Dr. Donald Winter, Logansport, Northwest District Blood Program CROSSWORD PUZZLE A "" wer '" Y " terd " y '• PUI1 " ACROSS 1—Sacred image 5—Fewer 9—Cleaning device 12—Back of neck 13—Every 14—Paddle 15—Severe ' 17—Italian seaport • 19—Space 21—Wearies 22—Sea mammal 24— A month 25—Comb, form: bristle 26—Inclined roadways 28—A state (abbr.) ;,0—Exist 31—Dfina 32—Offspring 33—Hebrew letter 34—Small valleys 35—Fine particles of earth 36—Knock 37—River in Kurope 39—Heavenly body 41—Part of window 42—Picture-taking devices 44—Heavenly joy 47—Wine 'cup 4 S—Sword 50—Send forth 51—Tumor . 52—Act 53—Kockflsh DOWN 1—Those holding office 2—House pet IJUtr. by Ulkltt4 r«»wti 3—Manage 4—Oranffe flower nil fi—French article 6—Dine 7—Command to 8—Sellile flsh (pi.) 0—Ready cash ID—Grain (pi.) 11—In favor of J6—Conjunction ] S—Macaws 20—Wall painting 22—Existed 23—Rescued SB—Weaken | 27—Tablelands 2S—Attitude 29^—Emmet 31;—Pranced about .12—Exalted 34—Title of respect 35—More wearisome S6—Citizen of Rome SS—PenPoint 3D—Arrived •Id—Strip of cloth 42—Cry of crow •1.1—Observe 4fi—Transgression 45—Music: as written 19—Man's nickname dinner to be held at Veach's Inn Friday evening. The dinner, sponsored by the Miami County chapter of the Red Cross is for the Red Cross Board of Directors, doctors and dentists, wives and husbands. The Peru high school graduates of the Class of -1907 will celebrate their golden anniversary with a dinner meeting to be held at the Peru Elks club Friday night. Lawrence Whiting, Chicago financier, is chairman of the event. Thsy plan to attend the graduation exercises for the 1957 class of Peru high school which will be held in the gym at 8 p.m. Dr. Christine W. Jung, associate professor of education at Indiana University, will speak on "Now .Is The Time" at the Peru high school commencement to be held at 8 p.m. Friday in the school gymnasium. Willard Redmon, president of the board of education will present the diplomas to the 168 graduates who will be garbed in navy blue robes and white tassels. The Rev. Gary Allbrilten will give the benediction and the Rev. A. W. Miley will give the invocation. Principal Earl Delph will present the scholarship awards. Outlaw Communist Party, MANILA (UP)—The Philippines Senate outlawed the Communist Party Wednesday night. It prescribed death for party organizers chairman will discuss work of theiand leaders and jail sentences for Red Cross Blood program at almembers. Winamac Mr. and Mrs. Elgie Graves went to their home at Marion, Monday. They had spent several weeks in their river cottage here. They will return later for most of the summer as he is recuperating from an operation and will be unable to return to his work for several months. Rolando Villanveva, an exchange student from Venezuela, who has spent two weeks in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cotner west of town, will. leave Sunday. He will go to Noblesville, where . he will visit two more farm families. He will visit farms in Wisconsin and_ Colorado until August. Richard 'Allen, ten-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Allen of Medaryville, underwent eye surgery at Methodist hospital, Indianapolis, on Monday. He is recovering and expects to be able to come home in a few days. Jerry Allen is slaying wKh his grandparents,'Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hialt, while his "brother is in the hospital, ' Mrs. Amanda Bledso, vice-president district No. 4 of the Rebekah lodge, was at Laporte Tuesday evening. She had charge of inspection of the chapter there. Others going were Mesdames Charles Chapman, Eunice Howard, Hazel Ewin», Hu'.da Knarr, Nelle Morin, Elizabeth Agnew, Raymond Rans, and Mae Guss. Mrs. Elsie Pearson has return- ed to her home here after spending the winter at Punta, Florida. Guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Edward Lewis, Wednesday evening, were Rev. and • Mrs. Priesinger, Mrs. Fred Claussen, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hyjack, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Senkpiel of Chicago, 111.' .They attended High school commencement exercises. Renee Lewir is a member o£ the graduating class. , , The newly elected .officers of the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist Church will be installed Sunday morning, May 26. The officers will serve until June of 1958. They are: President, Grace Gorden; Vice- President, Lavene Bremer; Recording Secretary; Helen Arens; Treasurer, Margaret Wallace. Secretaries of lines of work— Promotion, Marian Sorensen; Mis sionary Education and Service, Katie Miller: Social Relations, Ruth Lathrop; Student Work, Roselyn Kocher; Youth Work, Helen Barco; Children's Work, Helen Hood; Spiritual Life, Bernice Kopkey; Literature and Publica lions,. Florence Leeson; Supply Work, Amanda Jenkins; Status of Women, Florence McCaskey, chairman of local church—Activities, lone Hall;'Chairman of Publicity, Ara Burrows. Circle Chairmen; Gleaners, Bernice Halleck; Mary Martha, Margaret Beauchamp; Susanna Wesley, Janet Hartwick. Mrs. John Sheppard and Mrs, Johanna Hartwick attended high school Commencement exercises at Gilead, Wednesday evening They were guests of Mrs. Sheppard's sister, Miss Sandra Deeds. Orders "Bit Of England" LONDON (UP)—A little bit of England was flown 3,500 miles from London to New York Wednesday night on a "sentimental journey." Water speed recorc holder Donald Campbell, son of Sir Malcolm, ordered the one pound of British earth sent to him at Canandairuia, N.Y., where he is preparing for new speed boat trials. FASHION BEAUTY SHOP ONLY $4.95 OTHERS TO $2S PERMANENT; with soft ringlets INCLUDES CUTTING STYLING •CREAM SHAMPOO No Appointment Necessary •> Til 6 Helene Curtis Styled Soft Brilliant* Permanent $10.00 • NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 314'/ 2 Pearl St. Ph. 20111 Gift Wrapping Free MEN'S FURNISHINGS—FIRST FLOOR SUPER-CLOSE SHAVEMASTER® D. Use Our Budget Account! A. Paris Belt and Hanger Set, $3.50 Paris Belt and Tie Set, $3.95 Other belts from $2.00 B. Prince Gardner Billfolds from $3.50 Plus tax Prince Gardner Pocket Secretary $5.00 Plus lax Prince Gardner Key Gards $2.25 Plus tax C. Swank Jewelry $1.50—$5.00 Plus tax Jewelry Boxes S2.50, $3.95, $4.95 D. Sunbeam Super-Close Shavemaster shaves faster, closer and more comfortable than any other shaver. Available in 6 colors. $29.95 E. Arrow lightweight dress and sport shirts are tailored of airy open-weave fabrics and will - give round-the-clock cool comfort. Ideal for gifts. From $4.00 -409-415 E. BROADWAY Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre« DIAL 4166 Free Gift Wrapping ACCESSORIES FIRST FLOOR QUELQUES NEW Eau de Toilette in gift Basket Long lasting formula laden with perfume $1.75 plus tax Spray Mist S3.25 plus lax Body Talcums $1.25 plus tax Refreshence $2.00 plus tax Lady Sunbeam has a "pompact" shape and the exclusive MICRO-TWIN HEAD. Enjoy new freedom from nicks and cuts this safe gentle, quick way. Ends muss and fuss, nicks and cuts of soap and blade. It is the modern electric way to feminine daintiness. Choice of 6 lovely colors. $14.95 Archer's hose are flawless, flattering and perfect fitting. Its energized high twist nylon gives longer life to every beautiful pair. She will appreciate a gift of one, two, three or more matching pairs. Knee-Hi $1.35. Dress Sheers $1.35 — $1.65. Romantic as moonlight .._._, Glistening pseudo - pearls in heart-shaped frames of golden- toned Trifanium, starred with tiny rhinestones. Necklace $7.50 Earrings, $4.00 plus tax Necklaces of plain hearts, $3.00 plus tax She'll appreciate a white, orlon shrug. It's a necessary part of every ladies' wardrobe. Its uses ara many and for all occasions. Washes easily, dries quickly and retains original shape and beauty. Sm,, Mod., Lg. Only $2.95 Orion shrugs in colors are sold in our Sportswear Dept. on the Second Floor. $3.95. Our attractive umbrellas make fine graduation gifts. Beautiful styles and colors in rain-repelling rayon acetate. 10 or 16 rib styles in solid colors and plaids. $4.95 — $5.95. A new "slim Jim" TOUCH and GO just arrived in black and white — opens and closes automatically —Only $7.95. Young ladies love our leather clutch bags by Margolin. Many have several in their favorite colors. We now have them in all colors including white and pastels. Only $2.95 plus lax. When the cool breezes blow, she likes to use a stole, especially one of our attractive, white nylon ones that just arrived. Launder-perfect and quick to dry. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC Lli $3.95 — ?5.95

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