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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Britain and U. S. Relaxing Trade Bans Against Egypt The chief Western allies appear to be making a series of moves aimed at improving their relations •with Egypt. Britain has released $16,800,000 in blocked credits to permit Egypt to get some badly needed goods which British dealers had contracted to send to that country before the Suez Canal crisis started. It is repor'.ed that' the United States is negotiating to release some blocked Egyptian credits al- would like to loosen Russia's hold on Egyptian economy by improving relations with Western 'countries. earmarked goods. for purchases of France, though still bitter over the whole Suez situation, is reported to be ready to follow the lead of Britain and the United Slates and permit its ships to resume using the canal. On the surface, all the moves mentioned seem to constitute a vic'.ory for President Gamal Ab- Royal Center The Past Chiefs association will meet June 17 with Mrs. Ivyl Fultz. Initiation of candidates will highlight the regular meeting of the O.E.S., to be held June 12 at the Masonic Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Frank White are spending the summer at their cottage on Lake Bruce. Mrs. Jennie Anderson recently entertained her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ada Smith, of Burlington, Miss Joyce Huffman and Miss Mary Conn have returned from a two week vacation in Daytona Beach, Fla. Mrs. James Raderstorf and her Mocy Christian Church Bible opened Monday at the church. Macy Mother Club iwill visit the Maxinkuckee playhouse Thursday evening, June 20. Christian Church Ladies will meet with Mrs. Scott Scoufe June 19. Young Adult Class of the M.E. church will serve a fried chicken supper with home made ice cream Friday evening June 14, from to B p.m Closing program of the Pleasant Hill Bible school was he'.d Sunday night Assisting in the work were Mrs. Lee Southerton, Mrs. Elmer Miller, Mrs. Wayne Smoker, Mrs. Robert Runkel, Mrs. school ch. embers, 2 play- une 20. >s Aid Scoufe e M.E. chick&n cream from 0 Ic&sant Sunday k were Wayne el, Mrs. Janes WiiJn/iv attended the graduating exercises of their granddaughter, Miss Joann Kreigg. Mr. and Mrs. Don Oilman sons of Peru visited Mr. and Mrs. Devere Van Dalsen Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stites and Judy oE near Peru, and Mr. and Mrs Scott Savage, Anita Argyle and Leurs attended the graduating exercises for the Methodist hospital School at Indianapolis. Miss Sharon Savage was one of the class. Mr. and Mrs Charles Hassket of Mustahagen were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Frank Fishtey. Guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fishley and Diann of Souih.Bend. Diann is spending the week with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dick. Van Dalsen and sons visiled Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper of Ro- r\ nLintJy , , j cnest-er. " i Mr and Mrs Ralph Stites and icu his s i ly a I vilh his Jucly and Mrs. Laura Bunnell ol south of Peru were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Scoll Savage. Peru Man Awaiting Trial for Operating Boat Under Influence ROCHESTER, Ind. — Thomas Smith, 39, of Peru, was released Monday on bond after being arrested Saturday on charges of operating a motorboat while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Smith's arrest in his cabin c-n the north side of Lake Manitou was believed to have been the first under a 1357 state law. The charges were the outgrowth of the near-drowning of \a disabled Korean war veteran, Robert Callender, 22, of route 5, Peru, Saturday afternoon. State Trooper John Hatch said Callender was operating the boat when the motor died. Tom Beyer, 22, Peru, slipped on a wet deck while trying to start it and fell into the water, Knowing Boyer couldn't sw.im, Callender also entered the water but it caused paralysis of his left 'side which Motorcyclist Killed, Boy Hurt in Crash CONNERSVILLE, Ind. (UP>Jerry Marcum, 36, an electrics contractor from Connersville, wa killed Monday when his moto cycle ran off the road and struc a fence one mile north of here The accident occurred on Ind. Bobby Gene Readnour, 15, Cor ersville, a passenger on Mai urn's motorcycle, was injure eriously and underwent surger at Fayelte Memorial Hospital. Several motorcycles and scoo ers were traveling together short! jefore the accident, witnesses to! State Police. But only Marcum vehicle was at the scene whe Deputy Sheriff Ray Bates arrive .CEILING PLASTER FALLS HAMMOND i UP)— Ten elder men were helped to safety Mo day ' when plaster cracked on ceiling in the lobby of St. Anne i-Tome. The men were moved b 'ore lh e ceiling fell and none w njured. by seizing July. May Change Attitude But there are indications VilJ-Ul./ IWi i I l^.Tludll, ^JWiliMi *!>' • • •-' j I del Nasser of Kgypt, who caused son, George, spent the weekend an explosion in the Middle East | in Ft. Wayne with her son, Don- the Suez Canal last! aid, and his family. I Mrs. Mabel Zeimer and Mrs. Hilda Millar, Indianapolis, spent that the weekend with their sister, Mrs. Hazel Ilandt, and their brother, Charles Martin. Miss Ruth Funk has purchased the Robert Kleeman properly, and hopes to move there soon. The Raymond Ellett family has moved to the farm home of Mrs. Harry Klapp. Mrs. Harlari Schmaltz has been confined to her home by illness during the past week. Lorenzo Tousley and family, al Nasser may be wondering whether a more reasonable attitude toward the Western powers might not pay off. There certainly is no sign that Nasser is thinking about a fundamental change in his policies, v/hic.h since the Suez Canal seizure have bec-n anti-Western. Hut Nasser received quite a setback when young King Hussein of Jordan won a victory over, - r/olitical enemies, who with ! Culver, recently spent the evening his political enemies, who t DIP active support of Nasser tried, wiln nl!t to over:lir«w_him, | Coleman. Ji j.i now reported that Nasser is having some trouble in his economic relations with Soviet Ku.s- tia and its satellites. Dispatches from Cairo say that Russia and other countries of its bloc are not delivering ;;oods for which F,;;ypt piiid in cash. Wheat .ami cruflo oil which Russia lias *':nl to Kgypt arc reported to be of mediocre quality. I', is retried that some of the cotton which Ki'.ypl is (fending Russia is being dumped on the world market al cut rale.i, to the d a m a ,'.; e of K;;ypt's <:xr>"rt trails. LOOHCH K<:d Hold ' Kvfy;ny V. KiK.iih-v, Soviet um- h.'j.".«ador I" K;:.ypt, left for home Tuesday after a conference wilh Kttyptiiin Fin;in(;e Mini.itr:i Afoili 1 ! Monirirn Kayxnurii. Tin: »Hk:i;il version in thai Ki.'i.silfv went lo Moscow on his aiirual v.'ica'ion J J ,'it there arc in<lir:'il.jijf]:; thai hi.s 1rip home in due partly al lea 1 ;!, to Knypliari complaints over economic relation::. A United 1'rewi Cairo dkpaldi fjuolerl diplorrjatir: informant 1 ! a. r ; expre&iinK belief Dial N:n;:<i;r mother, Mrs. M;iyme Mrs. Helen Jlouscr was admitted to Memorial Hospital lawt w<;';k for major surgery. Mrs. Charlotte Hnglish was admitted Lo Memorial Hospital la.s> week for minor surgery. The Lion's Club chicken barbecue will be held Thursday evening at the park pavillion. Mr. ami Mrs. Arnold Foust are the parents of a son, born at St. Lee Ashby, Mrs. Berna Janes and Miss Roberts. Mrs. Ellen Dainko of -Whitney is visiting her parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Elgie Han. David Karn has resumed his studies at Purdue university at Lafayette after, spending a few days between semesters with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Karn and Beltie. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Southerton were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gohn and family in Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Jeffcries were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Kreig in Muncie and family last week, The visitors travelled from Pittsburgh, Pa. Darrol Pufuhl has been employed as an orderly at LoRans- prirt State Hospital. Mrs. K. F. Butler, a Royal Center teacher, has taken a position for the coming year with the school system at Columbus, Ohio. The Butlers will move Lhcrn soon. FUR STORAGE Cleaning & Impairing Logan Fur Service 521 High Phono 3fi3Z and sons visited Saturday with c Wr. and Mrs. Jack .Cooper of Ro- v Chester. 2 Mr. and Mrs Ralph Stites and v Judy and Mrs. Laura Bunnell of j south of Peru were dinner guests c Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Scott I Savage. p Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarler ] and children, Mark and Barbara, j 'rum Nashville were weekend i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Mc- ^arler and other relatives. c Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nichols and E Kimberly of Fort Wayne and 5 Mrs Harley Zolman of Rochester were guests Sunday of Mr. and| Mrs. Richard Van Dalsen. Kim- - berly returned home utter spending the week with her aunt. Largest fiold ever to start in the Preakness Stakes was the 111 that ran in the ]!)2(! event, when Victorian upset Torn by a nose. Now Serving LUNCH DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY BEN HUR MOTEL had been injured in Hie service. Smith also jumped in U> assist them Men from a passing boat pultec Callender out and helped Boyer and Smith into their own boat Smith allegedly drove the boa across the lake and was arrestec at 11. p.m. in his cabin. Mrs. Jessie lland.HChii lias returned to the home of her daui<h- ter, Mrs. -Minnie licnsim. Mrs. llamlschii spent Hie winter nt Kant. Sparta, Ohio, with her daiiiililer, Tlielniu and family. Mr. and Mm. Waller Harvey entertained Ihcii 1 (liitujliter and her DON'T LET THE TIGHT Are You Looking for « Komi cli'iin Hccund car'.'?? We liav; Hcv^ral priced lo fit wny iKx:k(rU)ook. Powlen Sales & Scrv. Ilroadwcy At Third situation curtail your expansion program. A Strcm-Stf»eI building i; available in ttio size roquirnd lo til your exoct noods. 25% DOWN 1ALANCI ON THRMS UP TO 3 YIAIS. WAYNE MYERS STEEL BUILDING SALBS, INC. P. O. llox 333 Lo(juni[»ort, Intl. Dlul 2397 Tipton Lodge No. 33, F.&A.M. Callad montintj W.idri<>9<jay, Juno 12 at 7 p. m. lo con- far tho MaMor Mmon Dogruo. All Matleir Mcnonr. In- vilod. Kofrrjfchmontti. Owon louis Shantoau, W. M. The Instant Taste is gone! ^jUlnstant Folgers Coffee REMEMBER... SUNDAY IS DAD 7 S DAY Give him a pinco of Samionilo Luggago. His monogram in gold lottorsfroo. Timberlake's Gift Shop GERANIUMS 25c und up Petunias, Colcus, bedding plants for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. VeKelnblc nnd flower plants, tlie best and dlscaae reslslhut varieties. Spray malerlals, Stnllcr's nnd Unpld Gro. Plant foods, peat I11OHH. Markerr's Greenhouse Tuesday Kvening, Tune 11, I9ST. Army Maneuvers To Start July 1 WASHINGTON (UP)—The Army announced today it plans eight major war games in various parts of the United States during the year beginning July 1. Some 114,000 troops are scheduled to participate in the exercises .which will take place in Kentucky, i I Washington, NorHi Carolinn, Louis' liana, Nevada, Virginia and pos- i sibly Texas. Each exercise includes plans for simulated use of atomic weapons. 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