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Saturday Evening, June 15, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE Soldier Is Beaten s ROOMS on ground floor, waii to By Japanese Witness wall linoleums and carpeting.11„ \yj|| Girard CdSe Venetian blinds, drapes. Shower " " V3IIUIU V.USB , in basement, 2 year old Speed Queen automatic washer, T.V. tower and antenna. Across street from Jefferson School. 406 Tanguy. Phone 7865 after 4. FOR SALE 4-bedroom house with full basement and built-ins. 1514 George St. Price $9,000. Immediate possession. H. Tuberty, Atty. Phones 4749 or 3631. 727 18th St. 7 rm. mod. 4 rms. down and Vz bath, 3 rms. up and full bath. Kit. has built-ins. Ig. basement, oil furnace. Gar. fruit trees. $7,250. 417 llth St. 2 bedrm. mod. built in 1951. Oak hdw. firs, storm windows and screens, all built- ins. Floored attic. Full basement. Gas furnace. Basement garage, $9,000. 425 Wheatland 7 rm. mod. 5 rms. down. 2 rms. up and full bath. All in excellent condition. Ig. basement. Good coal furnace Lg. lot, $7,500. 230 W. Miami. 7 rm. mod. vacant, 4 rms. down. 3 rms. up. full bath. Enc. back porch with stool. Good oil conv. furnace. 2 oil storage tanks. This is a good home but needs decorating Priced for quick sale to settle estate $4,500 cash. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Phone 4716 MAEBASHI, Japan (UP) — The key witness in the Japanese. manslaughter case against GI William S. Girard attacked an American IThange"oTEurope's"weaUier" Floods Roll Over Europe LONDON (UP) — Heavy rains and melting snow caused millions of dollars worth of damage and at least three deaths today in a freak soldier last Saturday night, it was! reported today. Police charged Hidetsugu Ono- 1 zeki, 29, with beating the soldier with a club. Onozeki was with Mrs. Naka Sakai when a cartridge) from Girard's -grenade launcher 1 killed her on a U.S. Army firing range Jan. 30. Police identified the beaten soldier as Pfc. Wilbur R. Smith, 23, of a 1st Cavalry Division tank regiment. The extent of his injuries was not known. Onozeki has been permitted to return to his home in Somagahara village. Japanese and American authorities have been investigating the incident, reliable sources said. Although Americans regarded the attack as unrelated to the Girard case, Japanese prosecutors feared his involvement in an attack, on an American soldier could, under Japan's court system, injure his credibility as a witness in the eyes of Japanese judges. While northern countries sweltered in 80 degree heat 'under clear skies, normally sunny Italy, France, Switzerland and Austria fought flood swollen by two days FOR SALE OR TRADE: 3-bedroom home in eastend, 3 years old. Call 20430. b. Lots LOTS on 21st Street. Phone 40548. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7391. jApprove Five New Building Requests Building Commissioner Robert Buck Saturday announced the approval of five additional building applications. The permits were issued to the following:. H. L. Roberts, 1324 George street, $200 for house siding; Harold Cook, $50 for cement work at 815 North Wall street: Frank Harnasch, 2331 Spear street, $100 for windows; Charles Hunter, 1404 North Third street, $150 to remodel the kitchen; and V. P. Chambers, $995 to erect a garage, repair walks and porch c. Farms 80 acres near Flora. Choice farm,j at G24 Fulton strcet choice location. John H. Flora, Realtor. Flora Phone 59. SO ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000 Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FtNANCE COMPANY Mario Srm.h, Mgr. Phone 3295 REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way 24 18th and Woodlawn Seventh and North Hoosier Auto Dealers To Meet at Monticello MONTICELLO—Members of the Indiana Independent Automobile Dealers Association will gather here Sunday, June 23, for an all- day meeting, combining business, eating, and recreation. There will be a noon dinner at Sportsman's Restaurant, Lake Freeman. Members who wish can bring picnic lunches to City Park. Games will be played and prizes awarded. The business meeting will be from 2:30 to 4 p.m. and a cocktail party at 4:30 p.m. : M-ton Kelvinator air conditioner $100; •! Monti end tables, $25; 5- niecc studio couch set, $25. 360 W. Broadway of incessant rain. Melting snow from the Alps swelled rivers and turned normally placid streams into raging torrents. At least three persons were swept away in northern Italy and hundreds of villagers in mountain hamlets were cut off from res- Cass District Soil Supervisors Discuss Plowing Event Plans Cass district soil supervisors met Thursday night and discussed- the plowing contest and conservation demonstration day set for July 31. Judge Fines Speeder $59 Speeding 70 miles per hour on Erie avenue in an effort to escape the police squad car proved costly to Paul E. Boiler, of 1425% Wright _. . ... , . ,, • street, Saturday morning in city The events will be held on the| court ' ' cuers. Italian authorities evacuated thousands of persons from their homes in Piedmont province as the floods cut rail and road communications. Police said that the death toll was expected to rise considerably when the full effect of the damage became known. In Carignano on the Po a section of river bank collapsed on a tiny, boat containing Cesare Dondana, 28, sweeping him into the waters. At Demonte a 30-year-old schoolteacher standing on the river bank watching the speeding river died when the bank collapsed under her. In Switzerland police evacuated 300 of the 500 inhabitants of Taesch, a small village nestling underneath the famed Matterhorn, after the river Taesch burst its banks and flooded through the low lying section of the village. Former Peru Man Dies in Michigan , PERU—James Sims, manager of the Practical Homes Inc., and a former Peru resident, died at his home in Oak Park, Michigan Ernest Homburg farm in Clinton township. Retail farm equipment dealers were also present during the meeting. Applications to become 'district cooperators were received from Steve Farkevich, Clinton township; Joseph Baumann, Washington; Bob L. Phillips, Boone; and Joe F. Scheetz, Harrison. The group also voted to present conservation district dealer awards to equipment dealers who actively participate in promoting the ideals of soil conservation in their activities. Ned R. Hutchinson, who served as soil scientist in this area, has been transferred to the work unit at Peru. The local SCS work unit office displayed a 10-year safety award intoxication, certificate for preventing dis-i abling injuries and a six-year; safe-driving award. Judge Harold Tuberty meted Boler a fine o£ $45 plus $14.75 costs for the offense. -Arraigned on two charges, John E. Shell, of 226 Unger street, paid $10 and $14.75 costs for speeding and ?1 and $14.75 costs for failure to yield the right of way. Lavon Jff. Reinholt, of route 1, Logansport, was fined 56 and $14.75 costs on a speeding count. A fine of $1 and costs was levied against Robert L. Johnson, of route 1, Logansport, for driving a motor vehicle having an improper muffler. Dennis M. Gaby, of 48 Seventeenth street, entered a plea of not guilty to a speeding charge and was ordered to trial June 18. There were two eases of public Court Notes Mrs. Phyllis JDilloa was granted a divorce from Jack Dillon by Judge Clifford Wild in the Cass circuit court on a cruelty charge. Harry Tutewiler was the attorney for the plaintiff. Mrs. Lorna Wortley was awarded a divorce from John W. Wortley By Judge Wild and her former name, Lorna Swank, was restored. Miller, Babcock and Tolbert were the attorneys, for the plaintiff. Mrs. Corrine P. Stevens was granted a divorce from John T. Stevens and was forbidden to remarry for two years since the defendant was notified of the suit only by publication. She was represented by the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-TriBuac Thirteen Comden Mr. and Mrs. John Quicken announce the birth of son, born at St. Joseph's hospital in Logansport. Mrs- Quicken is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Penn. Robert Reifel has accepted a position in the Kokomo High school, as a automotive mechanics teacher. He began his work Monday, in the summer school there. He has been industrial arts and social science teacher In the local school for the past five years. In addition, he taught driver's training last year. Mr. and Mrs. Reifel have purchased a home in Kokomo, and expect to move there sometime in Au- at 3 a.m. Saturday, following a j SusL He received his Master's one year illness. A Veteran of World War I, he left Peru about 15 years ago and was a member of the Elks, Eagles, Moose and American Legion of Peru. Born on May 1, 1898 in Cyclone, Ind., he was the son of Everett and Minnie Bolduan Sims- He married Sallie Stover in 1929. degree from Ball State Teachers college. Charles Kerkhove, a 1957 graduate of Purdue University, is employed at the Charles Pfizer Drug company in Terre Haute. Mrs. Roy Wilburn sold her household goods at public auction 1 Saturday afternoon. Shu has sold her home to Mrs. Lelah Sterrett, City Paving Is Delayed Logansport's street resurfacing program will be interrupted a short time to give the city street department an opportunity to Pickup truck driven .north on the grade and prepare for. paving, Justameyer road by Lasly Webb, Two Injured In Collision Two persons were injured in an auto-truck crash at 11 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of route 16 and the Justameyer road one- half miles west of Lucerne. Deputy Sheriff Lionel Davis said John H. Hoover, 35, Starj Cily, route 1, was enroule east on route 16 in a 1953 sedan when he collided with a 1945 model Adult Swim Class Is Set Plans for an adult beginner's swimming class starting Monday, July 1, were announced Saturday by Fred Kinder, co-director of summer recreation. Kinder and Gene Harkins will serve as instructors, for the program which 'extends from 5 to 6 o'clock each evening for three weeks. The class is open only to beginners, either men or women. Application for the course can be made at the cashier's desk at the Tower park pool. Telephone reservations will not be accepted. Approximately 1,000 boys and girls participated in the various activities during the first week with the emphasis on minor league baseball and swimming instruction. Tennis lessons are given each afternoon by Don Schmidt at Riverside park, while Nancy Allen offers go'.f instruction at 2:15 p.m. Monday and Wednesday and 1:30 p.m. on Friday. Baseball for older boys and girls will be held at Riverside park from another group of thoroughfares. The C. A. Studebaker Construction company completed the sealing o£ a two-block stretch on Cicott street and will return in a few! weeks to resume the project. An area of Vine and Barren' streets on the west side will receive the next coat of bladttopping, in addition to several additional streets now being graded in the east end, including Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets and Humphrey street on the south side. City Engineer Wayne D. Doran emphasized that streets ill all parts of the city are receiving attention and as much paving will be accomplished, according to Che funds earmarked for that purpose. Survivors include the wife; a I a " t! bought a restaurant in Ida- James, Jr., and a stcp-| ville 1953 CADILLAC Hardtop Coupe with original green finish like new, radio, heater. Now white wall tires. Mechanically A-l. Local car. One owner. D2LLMAN CHEVROLET SALES Clymers and State Road 25 PHONE 40123 son, mother, Mrs. Bessie Sims, of Peru. The body was taken to the Drake-Flowers funeral home, where final rites arc pending. 2 Women Slightly Injured in Crash Two women were . shaken up when the car in which they were riding was struck from the rear at 9:110 o'clock Saturday morning near the Third and Market street intersection. Mabel B. Wolfe, 32, of 1426 | Lobelia street, told police, her automobile was rammed by another vehicle, owned by Elizabeth F. Clary, of route 2, Lucerne, but driven by a man who did not ru- veal his name and address at the scene of thu accident. Mrs. Wolfe said she stopped in the line of traffic behind a cem- I cnt truck. Slightly injured were ! Mrs. Wolfe and a passenger, June Harmon, 22, of 413 Dizardie street. Brewster's Counsel Subpenaes Mitchell WASHINGTON (OP) — Counsel for r Vice President Frank -Mrs. Blanche Spitter and fam- "' ^*"""» viue j.-iei.mBni rran« ilv nnri Mr nml Mr*, oilie Wnrtz W : Brewster has subpenaed Sec- BE WISE! Let us install your FRIGIDAIRE Room Conditioner NOW tmwedfofe De//v#H/ 329th Again Going To Camp McCoy, Wis. INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Units of the 323lh Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army Reserve, will go- to Camp I McCoy, Wis., next week for two p ormp| . p em R e ci(1 en f '•weeks of summer field training. rOrmer rerU IVES Oenr iiy, and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Wertz attended the Studebaker reunion, held at the Deer Creek Conservation club. Mrs. Florence Baker was admitted to St.. Joseph's hospital, in Logansport. Mrs. Maude Jones was hostess to the War Mothers club, when they met on Thursday. Eighteen members enjoyed a carry-in dinner at the noon hour. The devotional period was conducted by Mrs. Ruby Martin. The afternoon was spent in sewing for Hilcy hospital. Mrs. Lulu Sanderson was loader at the meeting Wednesday of the U.L.C-W., held at the Lutheran Parish hall. Members of the Camden Din- retary of Labor James P. Mitchell and four other government officials to testify at the contempt trial of the union .leader. Browster was cited for contempt of Congress in refusing to answer questions about union activities before the government operations subcommittee last January. He later testified before the Senate Rackets Committee For five days. 63, Kokomo- Charles Glass, 74, Kokomo, owner of the .truck who was riding with Webb, suffered a cut on the mouth acd a bruise on the head. Mrs. Thelma Hoover, 24, suffered a cut linger on her right hand. Both were treated by a physician. The truck was a total loss and damage to the car was estimated at $275 by Deputy Davis. He charged Webb with failure to yield the right of way. Webb is to appear in local justice court. - offi- Name New Officers Of Galveston Post GALVESTON, Ind.—New cers of. the Galveston American Legion post elected this week will be installed in August. They are Delmar Lantz, commander; Dale Salmons and Robert Shietze, vice-commanders; George Fivecoate, adjutant; Earl Hicks, finance officer; Frank Weaver, officer; Thomas Spence, 1 to 3:30 p.m. Art instruction by Mrs. Wesley Allen is scheduled from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the high school art room. Rex Hunter will have charge of the playground groups each morning on this schedule:—Monday and Wednesday at Riverside; Tuesday and Thursday at Fairview and Friday at McKinley. Mayflower II Rides Anchor At Plymouth Replica of Pilgrims' Ship Is Open for Anns-length Inspection By Public PLYMOUTH. Mass. (UP)-T!io Mayflower II bobbed at rope's length from State Pier today awaiting the inspection of expected throngs of visitors, which have so far failed to appear. Floodlights were placed around the pier Friday night so that tourists could inspect the ship—from arm's length — on a round-the- clock basis over the week end. However, no sightseers will be allowed on board. The vast throngs which greeted the arrival of the Mayflower replica in Plymouth Harbor Thursday,' melted away to little more than 1.000 persons Friday. Most o£ them lined the pier while perspiring crewmen unloaded 92 "treasure chests" containing $200,000 worth of British merchandise. The chests, which held wares ranging from snuff boxes to safc- lo Amer- Murder Confessions Introduced at Trial INDIANAPOLIS (UP!—A criminal court jury late Friday heard two confessions by William Reed, 31, Indianapolis, that he stabbed his aunt, Mrs. Chloris Faith Marshall, 47, Nov. 5 because she refused him money. The body, of Mrs. Marshall, wife of a former minister, was found in the basement of her Indianapolis home. It touched off a nationwide search for Reed who was captured in Oklahoma City, Okla., several days later. Police said Reed confessed to tihe slaying when he was picked up in Oklahoma City. He allegedly made another confession to Indianapolis authorities when they arrived tx> return him to Indiana. can department stores. The car- lo included a gift of animal feed President Eisenhower for his Gettysburg, Pa. farm. Massachusetts Gov. Foster F u r c o \ o received a formica-lopped table. Today was designated as Indian Day and redskins from Oklahoma, Pennsylvania. Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine. Now Hampshire and Massachusetts wore on hand (o take part in the activities. Sunday's program includes an outdoor presentation of the annual "Pilgrims' Progress," a re-enactment of early Pilgrims going to 'church. About 50 local residents, attired in 17th Century costumes will participate. ner Club were entertained TUGS-'revenue Commissioner. Attorney John J. Pickens Friday' named delegates to the state con- also subper.aed three members of venlion July 12-15, and Noel and Hie subcommittee. G-overnmnet of-| Earl Hicks were named alter- ficials subpenaed were Boyd Lee-1 nates, ciorn, chairman of the National Labor Relations Board; Stuart Rolih- man, Labor Department solicitor; John P. Barnes, chief counsel of tihe Internal Revenue Service and Justice Winkle, assistant Internal Verdicts in Four Sudden Deaths Filed Verdicts in four May coroner chaplain; Billic Johnson,, ser-leases were filed Saturday with geant at arms; Dale Salmons, I County Clerk Elizabeth Bicker by membership chairman; C- R.! Coroner M. B. Stewarl. Bahler, judge advocate; C. L.! They were: Donald Eugene Noel, historian; and Thomas Grand, 29, on May 1, pneumonia Spence, publicity officer. Lantz and Jim Weaver were day evening at the home of Mrs. Anna M. Zook. Cards were played, and pmes were awarded to Mesdames Evelyn Sharp, Helen Tesh and Ruth Myers. Mr. and Mrs- Walter Parrett spent Sunday in South Bend. While there, they called on Mrs. Maymc ,TribbcU, former resident of Cainden. She has been a patient at the Krough Nursing home in Mishawaka for over four years. Government Ally. William Hitx said he had not decided whether to try to quash the subpenaes. The :i2!)lh is headquartered in Indianapolis with units at Evuns- ville, Cannellon, Jc-ffersonvillc, Paoli, Princeton, Bloominglon, Marion, Muncio, Hagcrslown and Anderson. Advance contingents will make the 500-mile trip Thursday but most officers and men will go Saturday. The 329th has trained each summer since 1951 at Camp McCoy. Built by Frigidaire- Backed by Frlgidaire Service We have the size to fit your requirements—Don't wait until the ho tweather depletes our stock. Call us or come in today. JACKSON-KITCHEL 510 High Street Phone 3085 OPEN FOR INSPECTION 2 to 5 p. m. SAT.-SUN. JUNE 15-16 You are cordially invited to inspect this Conventional Built 3 bedroom located on Davis St. Rd., approx. one block north of Chase Road intersection. Owner vacated. Price is rightl ALSS You may inspect this almost new 2 bedroom in Rolling Ridge Add'n. Follow the "Ope*h" signsl See you this weekend. DALEW.McNUTT YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Passes Away in Florida PERU—Graveside riles will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Mount Hope cemetery for E. E. Lcnfesly, lin, former Peru man who died in St. Petersburg, Florida Thursday. 4-H Junior leaders Hear Crawford Parker GREBNCAS'PLE (UP) — Lt. G Crawford Parker Friday nifjiit told 500 4-H members gathered at De . WOMEN MEET AT PURDUE Mack Scnnett Recovering HOLLYWOOD (UP)—Mack Sen- ncll, 73-ye-ar-old pioneer producer- wilh concussion of the cranium resulting from a fall from an auto on April in as a contributory cause; Rickey Fry, 10 weeks old, route 1, on May :!'.), pneumonia. Charles Balsbaugh, 10, on May M, internal hemorrhages produced by a fracture of the right thoracic region sustained when lie lost, control of the tractor he was driving; and' Frank Graf, 23, of 1700 Treen Girl's Death Is a Mystery MICHIGAN CITY (UP) —T h « death of a beautiful blonde receptionist remained a mystery today pending the outcome of medical tests being performed at the Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis. The body of Miss Marlcne Lubs, 22. Michigan City, was found late Sunday in a washroom at the- psychiatrists office where sho worked. Dr. Charles Hillenbrand, her employe]*, said tic returned to 'he office to check over the next day's schedule and discovered 1 Miss Lubs. An autopsy Was performed by! Dr. Robert. Frost, l>ul no cause of death was given. Frost said' he sent specimens to the medical center and he would not make a report, until the findings were received. There were no external marks on the body, authorities said. Miss Lulls was out on n dinibln date Saturday night with Kenneth rUfPplnt- wne i- r- n „ r I p d "doing . '""•""""• ""' , """ '":,' date Saturday night with Kcnncln ncelv" to/av at Holvwood Pres-| Stl ' eCl ' ',"' Ma V ' "'r T m . cn Tf i™ 1 *. 22. Michigan City, and an- vtPrian HoUlal SwhW sur-'ff " n . d , "T'f 0 ^ ," f sleUp "' K f' >; other couple. She roturned home DylCl un liuspiidi toiiow nig aui i«i-w vvil 1 ! it hp'ilih ;is n fon riliu- * - i • i i.i <i iLi-h, wit.I tit JiLuuii ti.i « I.UHU iuit" „,...].. Ciinclivi mnrmiiI* *inn 'viivi'*- KOT-V fnr n c < mw a Imenl. ; - cal W hllllrla > moi mng anil ,i,>p.i.- gery for a kidney ailment. Scnnett, the director who introduced the pie - throwing comedy and the Keystone Cops, underwent Uie operation Friday. He was expected to be hospitalized for about two weeks. Pauw University that fa-rm prices "are not what they ought to be." Parker told the delegates to the 26lh annual <1-H Junior Leader | gather al Conference Uiat the farmer's rolcT \y cu - nt , sc j a y is becoming increasingly atti'ae- tive and important as consumption demands rise in America. He said "you who iivo in rural aroas have all of the advantages of urban living and none o[ the disadvantages." The body will arrive in Logan- 1 Parker touched briefly on the sport early Sunday and will be brought to the Brookman funeral home, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. state's new highway program and said "an integral part o!' the program" will be development of jetter all-weather tarm-to-market roads.-i Earlier, the conference elected Richard Ttced, Wolcoilvillc, as 195U council president; Palsy New- IOUSG, Whiteland, vice president, and Martha Harris, Kirklin, secretory. SHILLING MARINE SALES Highway 24 at W. Linden • JOHNSON SEAHORSES-9 GREAT •57 MODELS FROM 3 TO 35 HP • Cadillac Boats and Grumman Canoes. . A COMPLETE LINE OF MARINE EQUIPMENT , • OUTBOARD MOTOR REPAIRS Gator Boat Trailers LAFAYETTE (UP)—About 3,500 women from the United Slates and several foreign countries will Purdue University for the first Quadrennial Assembly of the International Christian Women's Fellowship. Much of the five-clay program wi!l be devoted to churcli- uianship study groups geared to assist women in their role in their church. Bookmobile Schedule For Week Announced Logansport public library, now celebrating its 20th year of Bookmobile service for patrons living n the rural areas, today announced the roving book service schedule for next week, beginning Wednesday, June 1!). On Wednesday, the bookmobile will be in Lincoln from 11 until 12 o'clock noon, and at the Galveston Branch from 1 until 2 o'clock in the afternoon. . Thursday, the library service will hold forth at Lake Cicott from 10 to 11 o'clock a.m., and in Georgetown from 1 until 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Clymers will bo the last stop Thursday afternoon, when the bookmobile will serve its patrons from 2:30 until 3:30 o'clock. KENTUCKY MAN KILLED FRANKFORT (UP) - Ronald Gene Chatmun, 19, Lawrenceburg, Ky,, was killed laic Friday when his car skidded on a Clinton County road near ,R o s s v 111 c and slammed inlo a bridge railing. State police said the left side of the car was ripped off by the impact and the car then rolled over on the youth. Presidenf Telephones Ailing Walter George ATLANTA (UP) - Former Sen. Walter F. George, "rested comfortably" at Emory Hospital today after an encouraging word from his doctor concerning his heart ailment and a telephone chat witdi President Eisenhower. Spokesmen at Emory Hospital reported today that George's condition was unchanged since Friday when doctors reported the 79-year- old Democrat was improving. • ory cause. The coroner ruled that the Grand death was accidental. Slate police investigated reports of possible foul play in (he (iniucl doadi liul no evidence was found to uphold .hat theory. Local Man Jailed On Contempt Count Harold Gordon, 25, of lil!) Hales street, was jailed a'. 11 a.m. Saturday by order of CIIKK Circuit Judge Clifford 0. Wild, who found him guilty of contempt of cmirt for violation of a nistrainin, 1 ; order. Gordon must remain in jail 2-1 Gordon's wife, Lucille, who filed suit for divorce Juno II, was the complaining witness. She had ob- ently had an argument wi'.h her mother, whuni she had (o awaken to net inlo I he house. She called a lax: and it was believed she went t<i the doctor's office to sleep. Miss Lnbs was in the news m 11151 while workiiiR as a nurses aidc» al SI. Anthony's Hospital here. She was worlunK in t h o nursery when a baby was kid- imped. She apparently was t h i> last person to see the child, which was never seen auain. MAYO NAMED CI1IKF INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Col. Paul A. Mayo, deputy commander of Fort Benjamin Harrison and the Army Fimmcn ConU'r, today was named to take command ot (he post when Maj. Gen. F.mmelt Itiir.C'd a restraining order against J. Renn retires .Inly ]. Mayo, n Gordon al the time the suit was {native of Winchester, Colo., spent filed. 'most of his youth at Anderson. SALE CALENDAR June 15—Mrs. Ella M. Smyser Estate . . .Rinehart & Sons June 15—Mrs. Stella Sprinkle Kcesey Thompson .Tuel June 19—Fred Chanler June 21—Lillio Newer Estate WeddinRlon June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart, & Sons Dorsuy Serviced Held NEW YORK (UP)—A Requiem Mass for bandleader Jimmy Dor- j sey will be celebrated in St. ' Patrick's Cathedral today. Dorsey, who die<i Wednesday of lung cancer, will be buried in An- j nuncialion Church Cemetery in Shenandoah, Pa., where he and j his brother Tommy were born and • thoir father is buried. NEED BIGGER SHEEP! LOS ANGELES (UP)—Madava- setty Viswanalhaselty Udipikrish- na, Maheshchandra Girijashnaker Shukla and Prabodhchandra Giri- jashankcr Shukla—all of India- gave diploma printers a rough time today. Their names were among 3,000 printed on sheepskins of University of Southern California, graduates. DOESN'T WANT HORSE PASADENA, Calif. (UP)—Mrs. Mildred Peime, a favorite high school English teacher, received a $50 spider-, monkey from her graduating class this week as a present.^ 'The students say 1 always tell them to stop the monkey business and that I call them a bunch of monkeys," she said, "I know one thing-r-that I'll never tell any class to stop horsing around." ATTENTION FARMERS! . ORDER NOW Machinery eet. Order your Behien Corn Crib before Price Increase in July Wayne Myers Steel Bldg. Sales Inc. ! Mi. N. on Old Royal Center Pike Dial 2397

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