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Wednesday Evening, June 5, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE 7-ROOM 1%-story modern house with bath, built-in cabinets, furnace, garage, shed and chicken house; one acre all fenced. For information call 2432, Young America. Spring Spree It's Your Move! 13. REAL ESTATE If any of these sound interesting—let's talk about it! Duplex—close-in—nice good income. $11,500. Two bedroom single story 19th St. Only $8,500. Five rooms—semi-modern West—low priced. East Broadway—duplex—close high school—$1,000 down. Three bedroom—real nice— 12th St. Only $13,500. Almost new—3 bedroom—Stadium Drive—$2,000 will handle. Five room semi—priced to sell for $5,500. Choice High St. lot—250'xlOO'— Price reduced. Rolling Ridge Add'n—3 bedroom corner lot—sharp. Linden Ave.—6 rooms—gas heat—$10,500. Eel River Ave.—large brick— 2% baths—good income. W. Miami Ave.—five rooms- single story—$7,500. North St. 2 story sq. type li/4 baths—3 apts. Sunset Dr.—3 bedroom National home. $2,000 down. East Bdwy.—stone and frame 3 bedroom—choice location. U. S. Steel 3 bedroom in Highland Park Add'n. Large Apt. house—best buy in Logansport—A-l shape. Four bedroom nicely located Spear St. Only $8,500. Mud Lake Cottage—bargain for $3,750. Brand new homes now under construclion. To Buy or Sell Please tell— Roy C. Cox A. Glenn Miller Ph. 2523 OR Ph. 4886 Sales Represenlatives DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767 FOR SALE 5 room hcfuse with oil heat and built-ins. 515 - 17th St. Price $6,600. Immediate possession. H Tuberty, Atty. Phiones 4749 or 3631. FOR SALE, for rent or on contract 4-bedroom home, gas heat, 2-car garage. 825 W. Miami, Logans port. Phone Marion, Ind., B282. Choice Property for a Choosy Buyer Located N. Penn. Avenue Double lot—100' frontage Built 1941—Excellent condition. Landscaped lot—and—trees Daniel Webster School District Three bedrooms—(one up) Carpeled living room Vestibule with guest closet Attractive kitchen and dinette Large enclosed breezeway. 24'x20' double garage Full basement—divided rooms Gas furnace—incinerator Alum, screen and storm sash Several other extras For further details jand appointment see DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767 IMMEDIATE possession, practically new one bedroom home, large living room, every convenience, gas heat, bargain at $8300 by owner. 415 llth. Inquire at 417 llth. Phone 465S. •Homes for the. June Brides or the Young- at-Heart East Side! If you like a large living room then let me show you this 2 bedr. all-modern cottage. Ample room in kitchen and bath, too, shower in basement, brand new oil furnace. Small but nicely landscaped lot. $1,000 down to the right party. Can buy with immed. possess. East Center! Nearly new all-modern 2 bedr, home, oak floors, recreation room in basement, auto, oil furnace, garage; beautiful yard of which .any owner can be proud. We would trade on farm or will 'consider land contract. East End! Conventional built all-modern 2 bedr. home. New gas furnace, full ' basement, combination storms, garage, nice full lot. Will consider selling as a complete package deal to' include all furnishing. North Side! 2 bedr. all-modern home; new in '51. hardwood floors, autc. oil furnace. Alum, combination storms. Close to McKinley. You can save some money here; priced al only $8,000. " South Side! 5 room ranch-type home, custom built, plastered walls. Only a few years old, but as good as new. Large carport and a 100'x 200' lot. Buy for less than today's cost. West Side! 3 bdr. all-modern dwelling, new tiled bath, new kitchen, new carpet to go; new gas furnace, new front porch. Here we have a nice home for only $9,000. Owner transferred; will give quick possession. Suburban West! N'ew custom-built ranch home; full basement 2-car attached garage. If you are planning to build out, better look into this first. We can take your home in exchange. Suburban North! Close in all-modern 2 bedr. home, attached garage, combi. storms, hardwood floors, full basement. Optional botlled gas or oil heat. On blacktop road. Otto Hlbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 Latest Market Reports SHIFT IN TRAIN POWER 88% el locomotives in UM now ore duels vi. 3% in 1941, 90 YIAHLY ; DATA IIT, Awe. •( ' tmnr.'t. «... Morri. K.b. Hawkins Stockyards Meal I vpe Above wuotutlons 190 to 210 20'.00 210 to 230 19.75 230 to 250 19.40 250 to 270 19.25 270 to 300 : 19.05 Sosvs 17.00 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.75 190 to 210 20.25 210 to 230 20.00 230 to 250 19.50 250 to 270 19.25 270 to 300 19.00 Sows 17.00 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 choice 21.00-24.50. Sheep 200; mostly steady; few choice spring lambs 23.00-23.50. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 59,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Plymouth Rock broilers or fryers 2314-24. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 38'/4-39; processed !oa£ 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B 39-41; C 36-38. Butter steady; 1,642,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59; 90 score 56%; 89 List Tipton Honor Pupils Honor students were announced and awards were presented during the graduation exercises Monday at the Tipton grade school. _ School safety patrol pins were presented by Officer Wally Fye and Charles Sharp, superintendent of schools, delivered an address. Richard Hand and Edward Franklin were named to the honor roll. Pupils who received honorable mention were: Constance Arthing- score 55. Eggs 13,800 white large standards 28%. cases; steadier; large extras' 20%; mixed extras 29; mediums .27; 28; current receipts NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (UP) — Butter steady; receipts 506,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices: AA (93 score) 6014-GOVi; A (92 score) 60-60V4; B Edward Maple, Karen McCormick, Kathleen McCoy, Karen Sue McKeever, Donald Watson, and Larry Benner. Members of the Tipton sixth- grade class are: Constance Arthington, Pollyanna Barnard, Richard Bell, Larry Benner, Lawrence Benner, James Bodell, Glen Walton, Sharon Fettig, Larry ' Fosler, Edward Franklin, Charles Gerlach, Richard Hand, Sahra Hart. (90 score) 58'/i-58V2; C (89 score); Lynna Hinton, Elvie Hummerick- 36-56%. r _ I house, Michael Leonard, Sharon Eggs steady;, receipts 16,1001 Lyo ns, Howard Maple, Karen Mc- cases; wholesale selling prices: Cormick, Kathleen McCoy, Michael Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Minimum 10 per cent AA quality, includes neafbys: Large 48%50 Ibs: White 30-33; broWn 32%33%. Medium: White 25%-26; brown 26-27. Extras minimum 65 per cent A quality, includes Midwestern: Large 483-50 1'bs: White 29%-31; brown 31%-32%; mixed colors 29V4-31. Mediums minimum 60 per cent A: White 25%-26; mixed color ;25%-26. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: I Large 4548 Ibs: White 28-29%; I mixed colors 28-29%. Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Third Street Market Veals 18 Lambs 16 Veal Hides 12 Beef hides 04% Eggs 25 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 7,000; generally 25-50 higher; No. 2-3, 190-240 Ibs 20.25-20.75; several lots mostly No. 1-2, 200220 Ibs 20.85-21.00; No. 2-3, 250-280 Ibs 19.75-20.25; few mostly No. 3, 280-310 Ibs 19.25-19.75. Oattie 16,000, calves 200; fed steers and fed heifers unevenly steady to 50 lower; steers high good to high choice over 1250 Ibs hardest to move; under 1100 Ibs showing slight weakness; vealers steady; higli prime 1250 Ibs fed s'.eers 28.00; moderate number high choice and prime 25.00-27.00; bulk choice steers 22.75-24.50; good and low choice 20.00-22.75; good and choice heifers 20,00 - 23.50; prime scarce; few choice vealers 26.00. Sheep 1,500; shorn lambs mostly 50 lower; few early sales spring lambs steady; roughly 400 head yet tp sell; good and choice shorn lambs 19.50-21.50; cull to low good 13.00-18.50; choice and prime spring lambs 23.50-25.00. Mrs. Phyllis Donor, Peru Resident, Dies PERU — Mrs. Phyllis Lucille Donat, 36, 368 West Twelfth, died at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at Dukes hospital following an illness of four years. She was born in Miami county, Nov. 17, 1920, the daughter of MacFatridge, Karen Sue McKeever, Carolyn Moore, Willard Pugh, Daniel Quillen, Darlene Robb, William Robbins, Wayne Rombold, Jerry Rynerson, Brian Smith, James Sturdivant, Cherl Taylor, Sue Warner, Donald Watson, and Thomas Wildermuth. Bible School Begins At Market Methodist June 10 for Aged 3-12 Daily Vacation Bible school will begin at Market Street Methodist church June 10. Classes will be in session from 9-11 a. m. daily, except Saturday and Sunday for children aged 3-12. Theme of the school will be "Pioneering with Christ". Chairmen were Mrs. Jack Ranke, a/icl assistant chairman, Mrs. Gerald Herrick. Teachers for pre-school children Charles 'and Grace (Sprinkler)! were Rosalie Ranke and Diane Sheplar. Her father is the Miami county assessor. She was married to James Donal on April 17, 1941. He survives with the parents at Nead, three sons and one daughter, Larry Joe, Gregory James, William Allen", and Dallice Elaine, nil at home; and a brother, Dallas, San Fernado, Calif. The deceased, a resident of Peru her lifetime, was a member of the Brethren church and the Eastern Star at Bunker Hill. j Final rites will be conducted at I the Eikenberry funeral home at 12 p.m. Friday with the Rev. Ever' ett Caes officaUng. Burial will be made in' Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 2 p.m. Thursday. FOR SALE on contract, reasonable down payment, 8 room 2 apartment house in castend. Or can be used as home. By owner. Write Box A-273 this newspaper. b. Lots LEVEL BUILDING LOTS, east outside city. Contract terms. Merrill Wilson, Realtor. 300 North St. Phone. 3798. BUILDING lots, suburban and city, .$25 down, $10 per .month. Phone 4326. , INDtANAPOirS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,500; uneven, 25-50 higher; 180-240 Ib 20.75-21.50, new high since June, 1955; 240-270 Ib 19.7520.75; 270-330 Ib 18.75-20.00; 160-180 Ib 18.50-20.50; 120-1CO Ib 17.00-18.QO. Cattle 700, calves 20; about steady; few choice steers 23,00; good steers 20.00-22.00; good to choice 'heifers 21.90-22.00, few 22.50; vealers strong, good and Miss Mary McKinlay Dies in Peru Hospital PERU—Miss Mary McKinlay, 79, who resided with her brother,i Richard, 110% E. Main, died at Dukes hospital at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday. She had been ill five years. A registered nurse, she worked in Toledo, 0., until she came to Peru in 1952. She was born at Forest, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 14, 1878. The only survivor is the brother. Friends may call at the Eiken- bor-ry chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. The body will be shipped to Forest, Ontario, Thursday morning and final riles will be conducted there Friday. Burial will be made there. RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. South on Highway 29. Phone 5-0590. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7308. c. Farms 10 'acres, fi-room house, bath. 3 miles west Fulton. Coda M. Miller, Kewanna, route 2. *25 to *500 TO • CONSOLIDATE DEBTS • REDUCE PAYMENTS • MEET EMERGENCIES Call, Write or Phone 24 ACRES 12 miles northeast. Good 3 bdr modern home. liO ACRES 16 miles northeast. Good 4 bdr modern home. Good service buildings. Well fenced. 200 ACRES near Delphi. Good 4 bdr. home and service bldgs. Level brown loam. Hog fenced. 250 ACRES near Monticcllo. XLNT 3 bdr home. First class service bldgs. Level black loam. Hog fenced. BOH ACRES near Royal Center. This is good opportunity to acquire low priced land for development. 450 acres tilled. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor 300 North St. Phone 3793 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. WANTED: 40 to 80 acres with good 5 room modern house and outbuildings. Will pay cash. Write Box A-277 this newspaper. FURNITURE LOANS «i LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mnri. Sm...i, Mfr. Phom J»3 LOANS PLAIN NOTE—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONSOLIDATE OEITS • CAIN YOU NKD • MEDICAL 1IILS • ANT GOOD PURPOSE TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZLEVS MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 1252 41O 1 /. E. Broadway Yerkes. Kindergarten — Mrs. Ruth Armington, Mrs. Ann Davis, Mrs. Lois Boyd, Mrs. Don Yerkes. Primary—Mrs. Geneva Hamilton, Mrs. Martha Jones, Mrs. Ruth D'Andres, Mrs. Marcella Garrett. Junior — Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. Frank Buck, Mrs. Martha Huff. Music — Mrs. Evelyn Rose and Mrs. Helen Schmidt. White County Farmer Dies After Illness MONTICEJJLO — Ivan J. Mason, 75, a farmer, died at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday at his home, two miles west of Headlee, after an illness of several months. Born in. White county on July 5, 1881, he was the son of Epbraim and Mary Mattix Mason. He married Mary Louderback in 1926. Surviving are the wife: a 'son, Lewis; one grandchild; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Shell, of Monticello; and a sister, Mrs. Anna Fry, of Headlee. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Indian Creek church with burial in the adjoining cemetery. Friends may call Thursday at the MiHer funeral home. Seiger Land Deal Probe Is Dropped Indiana University Trustee Denies There Was Anything Wrong With Tran-' saction. INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Monroe County Prosecutor James E. Cot-! ner said today methods used by Dr. Dillon Geiger in the purchase of property "could be questioned" but added he was dropping his investigation involving the former state official., and Indiana University. "I am satisfied there wasn't any criminal activity involved," Cotner told newsmen ' following a Statehouse conference with Indiana Atty. General Edwin Steers. Geiger, former chairman of the Indiana Toll Road Commission anc! personal physician of ex-Gov. George Craig, previously denied there was anything "wrong" in his land dealings with IU and said he saw no reason to resign as a member of the board of trustees, as suggested editorially by the Bloomington Herald-Telephone, "I would say that the practice of using the board of- trustees to obtain properly could be questioned," said Cotner, "but it is a matter over which I as a prosecutor have no specific power." Cotner, who conducted a weeklong investigation of Geiger's land dealings with IU which records showed made him a profit of several thousand dollars, said he was trying to find some "intent to commit a criminal act," but he found none. He said he was convinced the sale of lots and trading with the university was "done under the pressure and influence of Dr. Geiger," Geiger bought tihe lots, although the deeds 1 specified the sale was to IU and in behalf of the board of trustees. Cotner said the board was unaware of the procedure,' and that the school then traded wl'Ji Geiger to get the lots back. Cotner said this type of transaction hadn't been done before and hasn't been done since." How else are you going to explain it?" In reply to a request by IU for assistance in the investigation, Steers said he wrote university president Herman Wells a member of his staff would be available, but not in the vein or making an investigation or superseding the functions of your local prosecuting attorney." Two Persons Plan Home Remodeling Two building applications for residence remodeling projects were submitted to the city building commissioner Wednesday. William D. Rogers, of 1501 Miles street, plans to tear out an old back porch and erect a garage Russ Roulette Kills Student INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A high school junior gambled his life in a game of Russian roulette in front- of a former girl friend Tuesday night and lost. Doniald Forehand, 16, died in Methodist Hospital early today of a .32 caliber bullet wound in the head. Poli'ce learned Forehand got I/he weapon from ins mother's room io impress Sharon May, 16, who had been spurning his attentions. Forehand pulled the gun out in 'front of Sharon and Raymod j-Lepper, 17, saying, "let's play a i little Russian roulette." He spun | the chamber and pulled the trig- iger and nothing happened. The second time the gun went off. "I swear it was an accident," the girl told police. "Donnie was just clowning. I know he never wanted to do it." Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen Employer Tax Clinic June 21 Logansport employers will be briefed on procedures for withholding Indiana gross income tax from employees' pay at an area clinic June 21 at Indianapolis. State Revenue Commissioner Edwin W. Beaman and members of his staff will outline features of the 1957 law that requires employers of four or more persons to withhold the tax starting July 1. Beaman is holding 11 clinics through the state to explain and discuss procedures and problems. Assisting him are members of his staff and Boynton Moore, chief of the withholding section of Gross Income Tax Division. Harry Eisenbise, secretary of Logansport Chamber of Commerce, Tuesday urged that all local employers interested in attending the two-hour clinic at Indianapolis to call his office and make reservations. There will be no charge. The meeting will open at 10 a. m. in the Auditorium-War Memorial building at Indianapolis. The clinics were arranged by Indiana Chamber of Commerce and local chambers, in cooperation with the Slate Department of Revenue. House Opens Debate Upon f** "I IV I i Civil Rights Pending Bill Would Strengthen Laws Governing The Right To Vote The first round in the long delayed congressional fight over civil rights opened in the House today. Dave Beck Jr. Stirs Anger Of McCleilan Chairman Of Rackets Committee Says Son Of Teamster Boss May Be Guinea Pig In Contempt Case WASHINGTON (UP)—Sen. John L. McCellan (D-Ark.) predicted today the Senale will make Dave Beck Jr. a guinea pig in a contempt of Congress test case for frivolously and capriciously" voking the Fifth Amendment. The first matter to was what restrictions be settled should be placed on the debate. The House set aside all other business and began arguing that point shortly after it convened. Rep. William M. Colmer (D- Miss.) took the floor first to present a proposal made by the Rules Committee—that four days be allowed for general debate on the bill and that an unlimited number of amendments be allowed for consideration after that. Opponents of the controversial bill are expected to offer about three . dozen amendments next week. After Colmor spoke, supporters of the measure took the floor to urge passage of the bill. The bill would strengthen laws governing the right to vote, authorize the government to bring injunction suits in federal courts to prevent civil rights violations, set up a special commission to investigate such violations and create a special civil rights division in the justice -department. Other congressional news: Taxes: Waller W. Heller, University of Minnesota economist, told the Joint Congressional Economic Committee that a tax re"iii- cut next year may be necessary. He proposed that Congress work out a tax reduction plan now to be kept "on the shelf" for later use when economic conditions warrant duction this year would- be appropriate." But he said c it. John K. Langum, a Chicago economic consultant, said there should be no easing of taxes or in-1 restrictions on credit "until the investment boom and inflationary Young Beck invoked the Fifth Amendment 130 times in M minutes Tuesday under questioning by Hie Senate Rackcls Committee. . Committee Chairman McClellom said the committee will act in about 10 days on a con tempi recommendation against the SG-year- old son of the Teamster union president. McEvoy Also Cilcd The committee also ordered contempt proceedings against Joseph McEvoy, a nephew of the elder I placing"' oYders" without" "havini; Beck by marriage. McEvoy, the'money in hand to pay for them on alleged bodyguard of the 6-fool, • 200-pound Beck Jr., invoked the fifth- 90 limes. Both men refused to answer '; nearly' all questions put to them pressures clearly end." Defense: Deputy Defense Secretary Donald A. Quarles, until recently secretary of the Air Force, told Congress he has changed his mind and now believes that new Defense Department curbs on pir- •ehasing wil! have no great impacl on the Air Force. Quarles admi!- led that he at first opposed a ban on "installment buying" by the Air Force which Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson ordered into effect. Tile Air Force hod been by the committee, including connection with the Teamsters Union and its payroll. If the Senate approves She con, tempt citations, the cases will be •sent to the Justice Deparlmen: for prosection. Maximum penalty on conviction is one year in prison and a $1,000 fine. Police ArresrTwo Drivers for Speeding ,« Two motorists were arrested by, or $ SIWl Logaasport police Wednesday mor-K Eugene Denham will remodel his ning on changes of speeding. > u ? e '"Ciuding enclosure of the Raymond H. Stratton, 3G. of 425J back P° reh a , ? m East Broad- Tacoma avenue, was clocked at 40 miles per hour in a 30-mi-le zone on Tacoma from North 'Third street to Plum street. Benjamin C. Jones, of Auburn deposited $19.75 with police to cover the fine for speeding on Broadway, between Eighth streets. Sixth and RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER For as little $0.00 ^ PER WEEK Includes fret home instruction WATCH "WIONTIBR" WFBM, 2:30-3:00 SUNDAY HELP WANTED-MALE Young man for General Office work in retail branch, The Sherwin-Williams Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement in many fields. Fringe benefits. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT $600. , Cost Wl11 be approximately Vandalism on Autos Continue in City Reports of automobile vandalism continued to show up on the police blotter. Mrs. Neal Grubb, of 523 Sixteenth street, said the right front door glass of her car was broken Tuesday night. Vandals had smashed the left front glass about three weeks ago. Youngsters were observed killing chickens and breaking the rear window glass of a truck parked back of the Justice Nursing home. Call First Practice For Junior Legion "9" Opening practice for the Lo- gaasport Junior American Legion baseball team is scheduled at 1:30 olclock Thursday afternoon al Riverside park. Manager Bob Hunter said competition is open to all boys born September 1, 1939 or thereafter. Personal En-route to Japan where he will be stationed for three years, Col. Leo M. Kane and family, of Pe! tcrsburg,. Va., spent a few days ! recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Timmons, 1410 High street. Col. Kane is a nephew of Mrs. Timmons. SET ROY POOR RITES WINAMAC — Funeral services for Roy Poor, 78, who died Tuesday at his farm home near Winamac, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Kennedy funeral home. The Rev. C. D. Barringer will officiate and b'iirial will be in the Wanamae cemetery. Faces Trial Monday For Murder of Aunt ' INDIANAPOLIS (OP)—William R. Reed, 31, Indianapolis, is slated to go on trial here Monday for the robbery-slaying of his a-unt in her home here last Nov. 5. The body of Mrs. Ch-lonis Faith Marshall, a minister's wife, wa-s 'found in the basement o{ her home with 58 stab wounds from a switchblade knife. Reed' was Iraced through a bloodstained knife 'and blood- soaked clothing found at the scene. He was captured three days later at Oklahoma City and confessed the murder. He said his aunt refused Lo give him money. Defense attorneys said they would enter a plea of temporary 'insanity. McCMlan's ire seemed to focus on two angles of young Dave's performance: The Teamster president's son refused even to say whether he "honestly Relieved" his answers would tend to incriminate him; and he refused to say whether lie knew his father —or to state where he got the name "Dave Beck Jr." The chairman said he doubted the framcrs of the U, S. Constitution "ever conceived that such flagrant abuse would be made" the assumption that Congress would provide the money later. Slave Labor: Some 46,000 Hungarian Iccn-ngers nrc confined In Russian concentration camps and being forced !x> work in "the pent mines of Asia and the limberlands of Siberia," Sen. Roman L. HrusltM (ft-Ncb.) informed Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles. Hrusk:i said bis information came from a "special emissary of the Hungarian underground" who testified recently at a closed meetim; of the Senafe Internal Security tub- committee. 2 to Attend Boys' State Cass county post No. 60 of tlif American Legion and the locrl voilure of the 40 and 8 are sending two Ca.ss county boys to thi; annual Boys Slate to be held at .,,,.,, Indiana university from June 8 lo of the 1'ifth Amendment, which js inclusive, states that a witness cannot be j The arc Dave Baker, son of Mr. compelled to testify against him- and Mrs. Thomas Baker, route l, se ''- city, and Joe Sumpter, son of Mr. New Amendment Seen and Mrs. Joseph Sumpter, 2130 McCleilan told newsmen that if. East Broadway, young Beck and McEvoy arc nol' ™ convicted of contempl Congress "will have lo do something else" to prevent sucli use of the Fifth Amendment. i A reporter asked if McCleilan j meant Congress might propose a : constitutional amendment. "If it lakes- that, yes," said Mc- Cleilan. "The alternative would be a law and order breakdown. You couldn't convict any criminals" if they and other witnesses could take the Fifth Amend, ment capriciously in all attempts Lo investigate shorn. Young Couple Drowned When Boar Overturns WOODSTOCK, 111. (UP) — A y'oung farm couple, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kames, drowned early today in a midnight cruise party accident on the Fox River. Three other persons were resc- cued when the boat in which the group was riding overturned. They were identified as Joseph Flicek, owner of the boat, McHenry; Mrs. Jean Niska, McHenry and William Kattner, Spring Grove. Firemen recovered the bodies of Kames, 29, and his wife, Marion, 26, a short time after Ule accident. MEMORIAL SERVICE SUNDAY The Hoover Snydcr Cemetery Association will hold decoration services Sunday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Ralph Hoffman, of Logansport, as the speaker. The barbershop Quartet of Logansport will provide special music. The percentage of disposable income spent for drug preparations today is about one-fourth less than it was in 1939, reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U. S. Department of Labor. Pflimlin Unable To Form Cabinet PARIS (UP)—Christian Democratic leader Pierre Pflimlin announced today thai he has given up his effort to form a new cabinel and end France's growing 15-day- old government crisis. The alternates are Tom Johnson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Johnson, 520 Montgomery sireet, an-' Bob Bunbrink, son of Mrs. Maxim: Burbrink, 307 Ungcr street. Commander Andy Michael of tho Le-gion and Joe Gill, newly elecfir' chef de gare of the 40 and 8, wil! take the boys to Bloomington Saturday morning. The boys will hold mock elections of various public official-: from governor down through tin local level during the Boys State, which is dasigned to give them greater knowledge of governmental affairs. Chan Net Estate Totals $6,585.04 The net estate of the late Johnny Chan, proprietor of -ihe China Lane restaurant, who eicd April 28, 1!)5G, totals $6,585.04 following the deduction of claims including President Rene Coty promptly, $9,08] .07 in delinquent federal in- offered the premiership to out-j corne tax - according to Die report going Premier Guy Mollet, whose' ot the administrator, David Chan, Socialist Party bad blocked Pflim- ' filed Wednesday in the Case cir- lin's efforts. But Mollet immediate--'; cuit court, ly turned down Uie bid. | Chan was found not guilty in Coty thus finally m.-iy turn to the federal court of an indictment charging him with an attempt lo Radical Party for a premier- designate. The man mosl oflen bribe an internal revenue agenl in mentioned in Ihat group is Senator 'connection with the income tax Jean Berthoin. I liability. SALE CALENDAR June 5—Stoney Pike Roller Rink Waldron June 6—'Joe's Auction Teel June 7. L. E. Grantham Weddington June 8—Mrs. Roy Wilburn Case Tune 8—Roy E. Whiteman Bridge, Auct. June 8—Stoney Pike Roller Rink Waldron June 8—Walter C. Landis Estate... .Rinehart & Sons Auct. June 13—Drive-In Theater Waldron & Viney June 15—Mrs. Ella M. Smyser Estate .. .Rinehart & Sons June 15—Mrs. Stella Sprinkle Kecsey Thompson June 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart & Son*

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