Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 11, 1957 · Page 31
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, June 11, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Duplex, extra buy. Phone 50425 before 1 good p.m. 13. REAL ESTATE LOVELY new spacious ultra-modern Lake Shafer home, 130' frontage on lake in most- desirable location. 5 miles north of Monticello on 2.9 west drive. $23,500 cash or contract with low down payment. Walter Wolever, route 1, Monticello, Ind. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homos available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. FOR SALE 4 bedroom house with full basement and built-ins. 1514 George St. Price $9000. Immediate possession. H. Tuberty, Atty., Phones 4749 or 3631. 106 Acre ' White county farm. Nearly 100 A. tillable. Nice home, attached garage. New barn, new workshop, chicken and brooder houses. Priced at $220 A. You can have the growing crops by reimbursing owner the cost of putting them out. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 143G Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 Latest Market Reports Need more room': Crowded at your house? Stadium Drive 3 bedroom, one year old ranch. Sale includes eleclric oven, stove, disposal, kitchen ventilator canopy, drapes, T.V. a. Dandy corner lot and carport. North St. 3 bedroom residence, tile kilch- an, breakfast nook, powder room down, full bath up. Lots of room here. 6 wardrobe closets, shaded corner lot. This home has had only two owners. George St. 4 bedroom all modern home, 2 baths, gas furnace, wall to wall carpeting, garage, patio, corner lot. This is a good buy at $12,500. Broadway 3 bedroom all modern house. 2-car garage, nice shaded lot. This home has been newly remodeled from the basement on up. You will like it! Brick Home 3 bedroom all modern. New oil furnace, full ha.ieirn.-rit, 2-car Karaite, 220x1711 lot on U. S. 24. Ideal for antiques or any business that requires lot.i of traf- fio. High St. lieautiful residence, zone radiant hot water gas heat. Kiniiih- ed recreation room in baiic- rnent, dlnh washer, disposal, wall lo wall carpeting. 2'//. car healed garage. Thin norm: hai; lots of extra nice featureii. Broadway I.argo home. Use it an a Mingle or an Income, Completely newly wired, oil fired steam boiler. Kxrellenl for large family. 1'riced very rcanoriably. Otto Hilbert KiOAJ/ron HM Cllflon Avo. J'boiK! 2WI4 Peru Man Succumbs , After Long Illness PERU, Ind.—Vaughn W. Conner, 67, of 87 East Fifth street, expired at 4 a.m. Tuesday after a long illness. He was born in Chili on July 1, 1890, to Elmer and Margaret Bish Conner and was married to Pearl Pepper, who died in 1941. Survivors are the mother, of Peru; a daughter, Mrs. Eva Pauline Miller, San Pedro, Calif.; a brother, Vcrnon, of Mexico. One brother is deceased. Funeral rites will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Allen funeral home, Rev. A. C. Underwood off! ciating. Burial will be in the Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Friends may call at Ihe funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. LINE FAILS TO HOLD Cost of living index sets new peak for 8th straight month. '-|952-'-iaS3 JV -ra54 JV -raS!'^IB56^''57 ; MONTHLY DATA Dal*! U, :. Labor Dipt., >.L.S. Monk Kotz weakness; heifers mostly steady, but choice heavy heifers slow; vealers steady -, several loads low prime fed steers 26.00-26.50; load prime heavy steers still unsold; high choice and low prime 1300 Ibs 25.25; bulk choice steers 3.0024.25; good and low choice mainly 21.00-23.00; several loads high choice and low prime heifers 24.00-24.25; high good and choice heifers 22.00-23.75; few choice veal- ers 26.00. Sheep 2,000; old crop mostly 50 lower; spring lambs lambs Deaths and Funerals GUST Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie (Enyart) Gust, 78, were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Chase- Miller chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. State Police Arrest Six Six truck drivers were arrested 'or various PSCI violations Monday night in a weight check conducted by state police at the scales at the west edge of Logansport. Most of the drivers are to appear in the local justice court by Juno 15. The drivers Final Emery, / EMERY rites; for Mrs. Josephine 43, route 3, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Fisher chapisl with the Rev. Paul Grant officiating. Burial will be about steady; good and choice old ma( j e j n the Blue Ball cemetery, crop Iambs 19.00-20.50; utility and Friends may call at the chapel, good mixed lambs and . yearlings Producers Stockyards . 190 to 230 No. 1 20.25 190 to 210 19.75 210 to 230 19.50 230 to 250 19-00 250 to 270 270 to 300 Sows Boars Stags 1B.75 18.50 17.50-18.00; good to lambs 22.00-25.00. prime spring NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK CUP) — Butter steady; receipts 1,279,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices: AA (93 score) BOVi-60%; A (92 score) 6060'/i; B (90 score) 58%-58%; C (89 score) 56-56%. Eggs steady to firm; receipts 14,800 cases; wholesale selling prices: ' FITZGERALD Final riteis for Dr. Hugh Fitzgerald, 59, 106 W. Miami, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Thursday at St. -Bridget's church with the Rev. Fr. Francisi Meehan. officiating. Burial will be made in St. Vincent's cemetery. Friends may call at the Kroefler chapel after 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Holy Name Society and the Knights of Columbus wit conduct rites there'at 8 p.m. Wednesday and! the Fourth 'Degree and the charges filed against them are: John Naphew, Galveston, improper PSCI filtering; Lester Wooten, 421 Cliff drive, Logansport, no PSCI lettering; Amos I. Turnbow, Converse, no PSCI authority; Charles F. Hall, route 3, Muncie, no PSCI lettering; Michael Dorgan, Dayton, 0., no PSCI lettering; and John Sterzer, route 1, Lodi, 0., no PSCI dccal. Sterzer was taken to court immediately and was fined $25 and costs on his plea of guilty. 4-H News Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteea Three Enlist In Airborne, Reserve, RA Three youths in the Logansport recruiting area have enlisted in the Regular Army, the airborne Fata lities in Past 24 Hours Five Traffic Deaths Swell Hoosier Toll and the army reserve program, according to M/Sgt. Frank Cheves and Sgt. John H. Slangle, recruiters. Bert Floyd Brothers Jr.. 18, 21 E. Warren, Peru, son of Bert F, Brothers, has enlisted for three years in the 269lh Field Artillery Battalion at Ft. Carson, Colo. He will complete basic infantry training in time to join the battalion before it rotates to Europe on 1 February 1958. the recruiters was graduated school with the said. Brothers from Peru high class of 1957. Junior Homemakers 4-H club met Monday Mrs. Joseph 16.50 downf Minimum 10 por cent AA qual-jKnights of Columbus will stand 7.00-10.00 jty, includes nearbys: Large 48 1 /!-1 g uar( j { rom 7 to 9 p.m. 7.00-10.00 R Airman and Family Visiting Parents Airman First Class Bill Bolc- chala, his wife and two children of Lake Charles Air Force Base are spending a 20-day leave with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bolcchala, 1301 Sycamore street, and Mr. and Mrs. John Drummo.-id, 000 Charles street. Airman Kolcchala is serving with the (JUth A. and A. Maintenance Squadron. The couple's children, Kim and Tina, will celebrate their birthdays while visiting here. The former will be Iwo- years-old June 22 and the latter, one-year-old June 25. Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type ADove Quotations 190 to 210 ]9.50 210 to 230 19-25 230 to 250 H1.30 250 to 270 1H.75 270 to 300 18.35 Sows 16.75 down Boars Stags Veal 10.00 down 10.00 down 19.00 Seek Permit for oofing. Siding An application for apply Popojoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens ; 11 Heavy Hens .13 50 Ibs: White 32%-34%; brown 34- 35V4. Medium: White 29'A-30'^; brown ZOVi-SO'A. Extras minimum 65 per cent A quality, includes Midwestern: Large 48'/ z -50 Ibs: White 31%-33%; brown 33-34; mixed colors 31%- 32'A. Mediums minimum GO per cent A: White 28-29; mixed color 28- 28V4. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: Large 45-41) Ibs: White SO'/i-Ud'/i; mixed colors 30V4-31'A. LYON8 Final rites for Mrs. Marguerite Mona Lyons, 44, Eikco hotel, will )e conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Fisher chapel with Msgr. Vf. J, Foley officiating. Burial will 36 made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends- may call at tho chapel after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Third Street Market Veals Lambs Veal Hides Bncf hides Eggs . .18 . .10 .. .12 .04% a permit to new Milling and roofing to his residence at Hill Michigan avenue wan filed with the building; comini.viioner Tuesday by .Joe Ilrawer. The cost of the project wa:: listed at $54!!. William \'. Loner & Son will erect an $l!00 garage at !)24 West .inden avenue, according to anther application. Mrs. M.C.Felix Dies at Winamac Residence at 79 WINAMAC—Mrs. May Chapman Foiix, 71), died at her home here Monday night after several weeks illness. Horn Sept. 2, 11177, at Colburn, Ind., sho came lo Pultiski cnunly in February of 1022. She was Lhc daughter of Anlhony and Fannie While Chapman. She is survived by her husband William C.; five sons, .Roger ant Arthur oC Winnmac;- LcKuy of fioulh Bend; Joseph, of Lafayolle- and John, of Delphi; two sisters, Mrs. Maude Imler, Rochester; 20.50, .some to 20.ft5; 240-270 Ib'Mrs. Anna SchemriwU, Flora; Iwo Wayne's Product* Leghorn Hens .11 Heavy Hens Live- INDIANAI'Ulyl.S LIVESTOCK INDIANA-POLLS (UP) slock: Hogs fl.OOO; 2!i-IJfl lower, cx- IrcmeM 75 off; ]80-240 l.b, 20.00- Keirans with Gerry Madonna, pres- dent, in charge of the meeting. The pledge opened the meeting. Karen Kocns reported on the 4-H roundup at Purdue University. One Says Atomic Bomb May Hasten God's Day of Judgment (UP)—Evangelist warned Monday uesl, Sandra Kpons, told of her "ife in Porto Rico. The 4-H picnic will be held July t wo Orte-y Richard Gray, 19, 219 W. Tenth, Peru, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gray, enlisled for four years in the airborne. After he successfully completes basic and paratroop Iraining at Ft. Br.ags, NC., he will be as-signed to the lllh Airborne division which is now stationed in Europe. Get Indiana Off to Inauspicious Start for Week By UNITED PRESS Five more traffic deaths were recorded in Indiana Mcnday, nearly as many as the six chalked up during the 54-hour weekend. Among the'victims were a Michigan man enroule home from Indiana University commencement where his daughter received -i degree, and an Ohio coed dr-ving home from her college at Monmouth, III. Janet Downie. Ohio, was overturned killed along 19, Delaware, when her car U.S. 24 near Roy Hollowny. 22. son of from Orr.er Holloway, roiv'.e !i, Rochester, enlisted in the reserve for .-six yoars. Two yeans of his enlistment will be spent on active duly, Huntington as she iirovc home following the close of the school year. Rcis Sul'.on, 49, Mount Camens, Mich., attended commence, mcnt al Bloomir.gton and ,vas killed on Ind. :!7 only two miles that city when his car i-ol- with a truck at an inter- lie in Hie Ready .5 at 1 p.m. at Riverside park. | Ra;;cl . vc an j i w<) years in Stand' Gerry Madonna was chosen to attend the 4-H camp. Health and safety leader, Janet Snyder, re- jorled and song leader, Roscann [Coons, led singing. Janet Julian played a number and refreshments were served. jy' Reserve, Sgls. Cheves and Strangle said. IND OF SEASON Power Mower Sale! 10.25-20.00; heavier scarce. Callle 2,flOO; ca'lvcH 200; sleady i weak to 23-50 lower; choice .eer.'i 22.25-23.!>[); Home low choice Z.oo witli end g'xxl; fow nionlly lil'.h c-doice Hteera* 24.00; good l.eer« 20.00-22.00; choice heifers :2.00-2.'!.00; good 111.50-21.50; veal- rr.s steady; good and choice 21.50- S4.00, few prime In 25.00. Shoe-p .'I(X); tileady; good and choice spring lambH 21.00-M.OO; and choice old crop lamb.! .0.00-10.00. MOUKflN homo, good location, incomes, Helen Duller, Koyal Ceil ler. I'll. a715. RKwTroom hounu witti V.uu fur nacc. 611 l.'llh Klreel, b. Loti Lots We Imve moid any mi:, locallon, and price ruw.n, Cu:ih or Ui-inii to unit you. Otto Hilbert KKAI/I'OK I43(i Clifton Ave. I'borii) 20114 own on ttrmt Stivn t-t3 •;.. enjoy fast, oasy lown niowfno ! Automatic clutcd tjiviifln(jnr-Hp corilrol. Mownr do«i3 lli«i v^orl<; yw* just yulrln H. Cutting hnl(jlit aJ|mh from ''/•" to ]'A". Rocoll slortnr. MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway Ph. 4193 CHICAGO PRODUCT CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: I,ive poultry Htcariy; Hfi,0<)0 I 1 No USDA price channel!. (,'iheesc sleudy; single daisies and nghorns 'M'A.-X>; proceimcd louf HJ-.-I7; Swiss Grade A 42-43; 11 3(141; C M-3H. Duller .ileaily; 1,370,000 llw; 1)3 and IK score 50; DO iicore Ijfl'/z; BO iicorc 55. Kgt'.n uleady; 111,100 cai((.-s; while larg(! nnd mixed large extras 2ll'A; mei!lum:i 27; .-ilandunii 2(1; eur.renl receipts Zli'A. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CIIICACIO (tJIM — hlventock: H<i);« 7,500; «tondy, cloning 2f lower tin f»w loin tnoiilly 2W)-!bH and heavier; No. 2-.'l, IDO-ffl." Ibi 20,00-20.40; few No. 3 around 220 22!> Ibii late, down to 111.1(5; »i;v IM-II! loUi inoKlly No, 1-2, 200-220 Ib 20.50-HO.V5; (15 head l<rt moiitly No I, 210 Ib.i 21,00; No. 2-3, 230-271. Ib.-i 1!I.(W-20.(X). C;illl(, 0,000, flil'VOH 200; nlour Hteady to 25 Itiwur; hlKb f,'H><\ It rolhcrs, Hurry and <Louie, of Chap nan, 1(1 grandchildren and four reat grandchildren. Funeral HervlciiK will be held 'bursday al 2 p.m. In I/he Col-burn /ulheron church. Uev. C. D. Bernger, of Winamac, will officiate, minted by Joseph IlatlnliaiiKli. Burial will be In l.lin Coll/urn jiilhcriin cemetei'y. Tin: body will ie In «lul« ul. Kry und l/ani.; fun- jral Imiire, Wiimmnc, until Tliura lay al II. a.m. NEW YORK Billy Graham night lhal man may stand now on the threshold of Judgment Day and thai God may choose Ihe hydrogen bomb as Uie instrument of global, destruction, predicted in Ihe Bible. "God never sends down a judgment without warning, whether it be to nations, to cilies, or individuals," Graham said. "This Now York Crusade may be held now, in June, in 1957, us parl of God's warning to people all over the world Lo repent their sins while they sllll can. "We miiy be seeing a period .hat IB ju.st before what could be udgmcnt over Ihe world, thi.s 1111- .ion, lihls clly. ft people refuse lo •openl, refuse to turn to God, Lo slop serving Oliulr own goila—" Graham throw up bi.s liunds, leaving hl» warning unflnlBlicd. "The ruin of fire and deslruc- llon Ihnl. bolell Sodom and Gomor- ruli .sountlH to mo .similar lo the efleclH of modem nuclear weap- Soldiers Who Failed To Pay for Gas Held In Miami County Jail PERU—Two teen-age soldiers from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., were arrested Rochester al 11:10 Court Notes olielue over 1200 UHI moid oil to - - ' Illllin Present- Evidence In Partition Suit TJio Iriul of Hits compl.-vlnt of )m-(>lluui' Pratt mjiiinsl Dolplui ind Uavid Duiuiun, lloy and Ger- ildln-e Moore, Maureen and John . Alice nnd Herb Grenda, Hulph ami M.ary Moore, and Orel ^W'ank opened 'I'liewday moriilni) In the Cu-w circuit court before jLwlHO Clifford 0. Wild. The plaintiff ttiilci a pnrlHlon o: ;in lW-ni;r(! farm in Adiimx town In which .-ilie clnlmti a one InUirout anil iijfkw for mi unlliix of lliu proftlti durliiK ]>a»l ten yisa/i-u. She iuumrl.4 the l>ii'ii|i!urui huvo conlrolksd Uie run! oiilniUi durltiK UI|K j>wl«d and have knpl the profit. ' ].)t>lj»lui Duncan own.s ono-lhlril liil.ore.'d nnd llw> oUwsr llilrd In ownwl by Utry Mttone, M.nureen 'Dlnrmi'ke, Alice Oismln, juiil R.'il|.<h illixiro, Win jiliilnllff iw- /lerlii. Two wltn<;;i.'K-.-« Inoludliwi • ! l.1n plnl-nUff worn on Uiu nl.ii.ritl Tui«- duy mornbiK. Tho Irlal Iji expect- ot'iw," Grfthum wild. "An God rendered Kodom und Gomorrah lulu diiwl, no mlKli" L' 1 " hydroKen bo UHed to destroy modern cltieH." He Mdld that peoplod on ollhor wide of Uic Iron Curlnln he saved from lihe Lerrlbie (loKLruo 1.1-on of Lhe I'M>omb If men ami nations repent their alns and give UmniNolvtix lo God. Following Ihe «ermon, HIM per- nonH went lo Ihe fronl of Mncllson &<|uaro Garden lo record "decisions for Clirisl," running Ihe evnnnellnl'.i lelal of convenilonH since liho cruiiado began 24 days p.m. Monday after 'they fled •from a service station, without paying for gasoline. Troy L. Taylor, wilio was on a four-cloy pass, and James E Keeklor, absent without offiein leave, were anrostcd by Troopers James Ilu.slo n.ml Wayne Joixlni after a chase through Miami eoun ly rouds. The chase he-nan after tho owner of the Hllliop service station, n mile north of Mexico on US 31, gave Ihc brooper.s a description of the our and the boys. They .-mid -Uiey had stolen » [1MB Chevrolot IV-om ]a parking lot in Missouri, but look it back bmuirte Uie engine wns not running right Till en they look n l!ir>4 Ford mid stiwlcd Cor their Ironies In Kal/min/.i>o mid Detroit. Tim bnyn aim left wil.hnul. paying for gn.f ut two stiiliniLs eneh i-n Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. •They lire being hold in Mi.aml county Jdll MIK! police said l.hoy will probably be turned over lo Uie I'Vll on charges of violation of thu Dyer Act. Mrs. Margaret Personcl-lo, 16 Knst Miami avenue, filed suit for divorce from James T. J'ersonolle in the Cow- circuit court Tuesday, charging cruelly. Tho couple was married July 2-1, 1!K!9, and sopa rated May 20, this year, accord' inn lo Uie complaint filed Ihroii.uli lided section. The other victims were Jerry Marcum, 36, Comiersville; Doi-ald Blcdsoi?, 30, Evansville, and Krs. Betty IXMI Vamicnbcrg, 33, Fcun- laintOAvn. Murcum's motorcycle ran into a fence along Ind. 1 near Coimc-rs- ville. Blcdsoe's car was struck by a (rain at an Kvansville crossing. Mrs. Vandenberg was killed in a two-car head-on collision in U.S. 421 near Shelbyville. the- law firm o[ O'Neill anil O'Neill. Lucille Gordon, Humid Spell To Continue dimming!; slreel, i.s I lie plaintiff Ily UNITED PllKSS Showers and llmmlerstoi ins nnd warm humid weather swepl across Indiana today lor passibly a \wek- WiXi'i i IOIIK stay. in a suit for Gordon HUnl the Cats circuit court Tuesday. Churning cruelly, she asta custody of I heir I wo children. Charles Anderson i.s (.he attorney for the plaintiff. A divorce from I'al.rici-n Ann Oonklin i.s asked In a .suil filed liy Donald D. Oimklin, 725 WosL Mel- avenue, in the (!axs circuit court, churning cnie'.ly. Thry married Oct. ID, Dec. 1, 1!1B(I, Kainfail i»p lo nearly two incln 1 * was recorded six>radically aver Hoosierland by early uwrninK. Nob'.e.sville lia<l 1.115 iiH'hes. Lafayelle'.s precipilalion measured .117 of aJi iiu-li, Itliifllen .7, r i, lliin- ville .65, Monlicelki .-111, Kokomo .«, Iiiiliiin;i|H)lis .30, SoutJi Bend .15 and Kurt. Wayno .03. The s-hmvi-ry ai'livily and huir.id- ily with were Wednesday ami Thursday. * the- lids today. (.11 the complalnl Hied MirauHh luniey Inland Sniilli. .. nccorcliiiK'.J''" 1 " » of UKO lo Wards Sea King STANDARD BOAT TRAILER 500-tB. CAPACITY hauls boats up to 14' lone SALE 103.88 l.OTK for Bale. l-'OH SAM?; ItxmoO' developed building lot in Indian Meiulown. I'll. C07BS. Euil.DINCi iilLeil, any nl/e, cluclrl- clly, Kan. Caiih or conlnicl, VlUMJ. i.d'I'S on iilHl Street. 1'liomi 405411. isiJlMJIN(i siten, any ni/.c, electricity, Ka». Caiih or contract. 7:iim. c. Farms •0 ACIUi! farm near firasn Creek. fW.OOO 1-loyd Jufferle.-i. Keallor, 403 Knnt 13lh. llochc-iiler. Dial CA-3C1U. Low sluny—easy loadinq, oa»y launchino—boat rolls Info water In seconds. Smooth riding — compl6l"ly equlppnd for lafoty and protection of boat in Irciiwil. Ro0. $147.95 Economy 14' 500 Ib. capacity.... $H8.B8 ALUMINUM BOATS !t«0. JIBS, U' S«t. Klnu .. tl'/O RDU. t229, 14' Sou Klnu ..Kit R«tj. &M, 14' D«cli«il WW Ron. $1Q<1, 14' D.cksil $464 MONTGOMERY WARD 412 ,C. Broadwu/ Lf>|)unipurl LOANS PLAIN MOTE—AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • COMIOLIDAff D»Tt • CASH YOU NKD • MioiCAk HILL; • ANY OOOD PUKPO1I TOWN FINANCE CO. OVBR BAZUV'5 MABKIT LOOAN5PORT, INDIANA Ph. 2252 410'/i I. Broadway liuil, UirouKli W'lWltKyiilny, .-uwl MllllJf roprii.tunl. Die Laintlfl' while Keith Mluhuel-H renunLi lh<> Young Demos Club * To Meet Tuesday Cnmi Coimly VOIIIIL; Dernocnil/i club will meet nl 7:110 p. in. Llihi livening In parly lin/uliinnrlerif. Gene Monalum, prenldisnl, will preside. Nuwly nlnrrloil Wivorirl rllnlrlril preitldent Don fialbreaU) or I'nl- n.-ilcl cniDiLy will iillniid. Hnfn«ili- KKinlti will be HurvtitJ «L closu ol Hill IIIBDllllK. GENE'S STANDARD SERVICE STATION OPEN 24 HOURS Wo handlu karcmnnii and while rjcm. Call for and delivery sorvlco Greaso iobn & llro repair. $1.00 car wanh with llils ad for ono wook, from Juno 11 lo Juno 18th. Phone 5972 401 W. Markot lli,2!!ll. havu More Mum 4li:j,li(M) utleiuled lliu Ker- Red dross Chairman Endorses UF Drive American lied CI-OHH nollonnl i/ilnrinti Ifl. Uoland Ifjirriiniin Uiu neuil fur n iiiKjueimful Iiiirl.iier»lil|> of Hie United Vnnil and tin: Hed ('mm, H. wii'i (Iliidmt- oil ut a innnl.lily nii.'i'liii)/ nf the public nilnUoim coitnnll.Lee of lliu Unll.eil Ci)ii)i[innll.y KimtlH uml CriuncllH of ('ann Coiinly, Mr. IHirrlniHn'ii Nliituinont ni'K- (!(l fulleiit piirllcl|Hilloii by liiunl clinpttii-K of Hie llwl Criuiii In Hit! fiinil-raliiliiL! ucLlvllle« of Lliu United Fnnilii. A loller from lliu .Cuiui Counly Council for Mentally Hulnrdeil (Jlilldron, Inc. WIIH rend ilurliiij tin) jiieelluK, In which council iincrii- Lury Mm. Uorolliy Levy (!X|ii-i:iiH(:il i-ipjiniulnUmi In Unlled IViind for Uii'lr lilinrt! of ojienillilL; I'lindii, Mm. Levy nUiliHl "We fiiul very fdi'liin;;!.' In luivo liecomi! »n UK- micy of Uie llnll.od Kiuid." On thy |IIIH|H of mieli iitiilomenlii ol ap|irr!cl{il.lnn nnd cooiienillon, Uie (Jnlliiil Fund cinninllliM) i!x- prijiimiil Ihelr eoiifliliinuii In niie- ciiHKfiil funil-rnlnlni! ul'lin'Lii in tlio riitnru. WAC Recruiter Will Visit Local Station WAC S;;l, flrmnle Wnilni'/.nk Lliu KocrnllliiK Mull) SULIiiii In In- {llunnpiillH will be nl. Ihe l.onanii- IHirL recruil.lnij stiillon, 3011 J-Ja«t llnmtlwny, June 12-14. M-SKt. Frank M. C'heveM nnd SKL. John .1. .SI/itiKlu, Army rn- criilUiro fur the hoKiimipoi-l iirtMi, mild Snl. Wiiilnl/nlt will be liuni lo Inlk with women inLen.'nted In In- fin-iiialiim iiljtiul lliu Woinen't! Army (JtirpK. Shu win ulno pi-e-riiinllfy UIIIKO wlio wi;ih In ii|j|>ly fin 1 eiillHlini'iil. nnil help In HiihmH.llnj.', niipllcii- lloim lor Army HL-lioolii. June Bride Reigns At Public Library A wedding In Ihe public library seems to bu In the ol'linH. John Alexander nnd the briile-clcd lire: lolls from tins cdllcc-linn of Mi.^s Helen Hrnndl., nnd have bi-i-n :)ln('(-d, iiltuiK wllh n peiilc brides- iniilil, (in dlspiny In Hie children's .icclion of Ihe llbrr.ry. The <loll displays, clinni/.ed monlhly, hnve liccn jinivldcd by KH Hrnndl since Ki-plembcr, J',H2. Tl-n former l-oHmiM"' 1 ' 1 bl .-icliiidl lonelier erenle.i (•(i.shiiiii-s (intl bnekdroi>» fur the Ifi-ll tnbleiuix, Tlil« iniinlirH (llsplny "re ddllK of the biwine vnrlcly, which !.<< Jin iinnlM/.ed, lini'il-lired cernmle inn- Lerial. HELP WANTED MALE Youno man for General Offlc* work In retail branch, Tho Sherwln-Wllllam« Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement In many floldi. Fringe banofili. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT Tit Knlo Dnwn — UlWlllH from ,iibertiilonl« iluuroniic'iJ tlilii yimr In accoi'dbiLj Ixi lliu Cl Hoard of Henllli. There were III)) Til deiiLllii froir .Inn. l-Aprll M) laid year, bill, 'inly Klli Llilfl yum', HIM htitird milil. Tin (Iwroimi) WIDI iilli-llitiUitl lo new hit" bii'.hs raiiKinit al Kvnn.svillc to 1M al. n! Monday and dropped n:i|ji! of U7 ;it Indiaaapolis ti> Kvansvi'.li 1 (lurlni; Ilic nii;hl. loday will ratine from in-ar 11(1 norlii lo nil south, lows tonight from lili lo 7(1, and liiuh.s Wodiics- day from l.'u mid l» iip|n-i- lids. Tin- o n 11 u o k for Thurwlay showed Hie possibility of a cmiler li-ciid lute ill Ihe day, bill only In Ihe extreme norlli purl Ion. Death of Frogman Still a Mystery CIIIOIIKSTKH. A HrilLsh pallinUinisl ! (OP) — iiid Iml.-ijr Fountaintown Woman Killed in Car Crash HI[l-;i,HYVII/LI':, Ind. (Ill 1 )— M,r«. liel.Ly Lou Vandenbern, :W, U.K. 1 li'Dtinlnlnlown, wan killed and Ibree pernoiiH Injured Monday In a two-car hoiulon collision on Ind. VM elidiL mile.-! norlli of here. Mrs. Viiii(leiibe!-.!/,'n (IdiiKlilor Kay, II, was liikrin In Hllny Him .ill In liullarii«jK»lln wll.li a frac- |-(!(| IllCtl'll. The olliw Injured were Call Slnnii), HZ, and Ills wile, Sylvia, W,, of HiioHiyvllle. Tiioy wore nd- iuiiil lo Sliclhyvillo llonpll.nl. • .Stain police mild ViiiiileiilK'i'g'H car wns lioailed noi'Lli and Hut Sl.ronp nuUi iiiHilli wluni Ihe collision occurred. "IHU.'NK HOA'I'MAN" YHKV.n HOCItlWri'/ll HI) 1 1 — ThuiilliM Smith, .'HI, I'dl'U, WIIH free on bond loilny wlilli) awnlllnw a ciiin-l liear- IIIK on clini'KOii he opiirnliid n I mol.oi-bonl. In l/akd Miinllnu wiille! iinilnr lliu Inl'lunnco of lli|ii(ir. Stnlit police nald l.ln-y lielleved II. WIIH the llnil arriwl under a ni!W 1UB7 iilate law. Kiiypllnn M civil Dcalli OA.liM) (111')--A nillllnry roiirl oday wnklired nn I'lKyiillnn lo dentil lo: 1 HpyhiK iiKniiiiil 1'lK.vpl bill piinlponi'il linlll .liini- X\ Ibi' ver- dlelM niul jicnli-iK-c.-i on in nllier ilcfciid.-uiU, Including -I Url'min. The jio.slpoiK'iiH^iiL'i indicnli-d Ihe oUiorn will mil. I'nni Uie ih-iilli iinnleiieo even If Uiiiy are ('(in- vleled. Hid ciuiiic of ili-nlili uf n liendlcss fniKiiimi"-ri!iiiiircil I' 1 have, ilicil while spyintj nn n Snviel ship inr U.S. nnviil InU-lllm-nci-— in.-iy never be known. Dr. D.I'. KiiiK, a locnl pliyslciiin, ximilned Ihe Imily »f Ibc ninn I"'. Icvi-il In be former Krlllsb iinvy niKim"! ^nidr. I.ioenel (liiisle:*! (Vnbh nnd l«ilil newsim-n Ibe vil-il oi'K.'iii.-i were nils.-.liiK. Dceompiv.lliiin of Ihe body :if ( -,'r 14 months iiniler wnter nlso iiiiiy prevent, llmil lili-ntllli'iilioii <> lln' beily ir< Ilinl ol (!ral)b iillhonL-.h the wiirllnii' hero w:i.-i reported to hnv( t Lwo (lelormcd Iocs. Mrs. Mni'i/.'irc! Crabb, 'i:i-ye;ir- olil cK-wllc ol' ('rnbb, wns hnrry- IIIL; lo Cliiehi-.-ili-i' nl r<-<iiicsl of L;iy\-(M-nni(-nl. niillnn'llicK to liy to make Jin jdcntllicdtliin, SALE CALENDAR Juno ].')—T)rivi!-Tn 'l.'lu'nlcr Wiildron & Vincy .liiiu^ I!J—JVIni. I'llln M. Smyoer ]'!slnl.(.- . . Hinc-bnrl &. Smiii June Ifi—O. While Slnni-y' I'ikc Holler Hink ... Wnldnm June 1!)—fvli's. Stella Sprinkle K(;c.-iey 'J'liomp.Mm ,1'iiiu; II) Kretl CliMiiler '. '1'i'el June 21—T.illie Newer Kst.-ilc WediliiiMlna Juno 21)—l''n.'(l Allen JO.'iliile , Hiirxery, nnd iriuri! offlclmili iixci-i-l.-nw »L of lioiipllnl fnelllllci). | Moinlny, HIIARI 1 RKCK1VKH DKfiKKK Clmrli.-c J.. Mlinrp, mipm-liilm- (luiil of l.tiaiiniipurl. city iieliiinlM, received bin Doi.'tor'rt iletli'i-e In e-dnciillon diirlim cnitiiiieiicemiinl. Indlnnu iinlvci'itlly The Instant Taste" is gone! J^fllnstant Folgers Coffee ^j-E ^, ATTENTION FARMERS! ORDER NOW USE IT TO COVER » Slloi • Trench • Hciyittick • Machinery •ct. Order your Behlen Corn Crib before Price Increase in July Wayne Myers Steel Bldg. Sales Inc. 1 Ml, N. on Old Royul Center Plko Dial 2397

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