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Monday Evening, June 24, 1957 : 11. FOR SALE NEW and used pianos of all types. For the most fof your money, see - C. J. Irwin Piano Tuning Service!' 288 Race St., .Rochester, Ind. USED SPINET PIANOS Three used Spinets to choose from, all in excellent condition. Assume small monthly payments. Strange Music House at Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway. GIBSON electric guitar with alii gator case, like new. Ph, 8979. NO other instrument can equal.The WURLITZER Electronic Piano for amazing versatility. It carries like a suitcase. See it at Mygrant House of Music, 528 East Broadway. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix BABY ducks, turkeys and chicks. Some started chicks. King's Hatchery, 6th and North. 370 3-week Hi-Line pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. e. Seeds, Plants SWEET potatoes and garden plants. McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. f. Wearing Apparel WINNERS Sunday at the Bargain Center, 322 Third: R. Jacobs, 110 E. Melbourne, grass seeder; Herbert Allison, route 2, Kewanna, 100 foot of rope; Dallas Williams, 22 W. .Main, calypso hat; 'David Fellers, 524 Bartlett, Calypso hat. SHOES AND HATS H PRICE SALE • Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to Buy WELL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and bats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4th. Phone 3610. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables ICE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. .Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses 5-ROOM modern home, 511 Tacoma Ave. Nice kitchen, fenced yard. Price $7,800. 2-BEDROOM home, north edge of city. 2 lots, 2-car garage. Very attractive inside. 3-BEDROOM home. 2210 Otto, built in 1953. Will finance. • 6-ROOM house, 1709 Michigan Ave. Needs modernizing. Reasonably priced. FRANK T.MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Phone 3063 3-BEDROOM HOMES FOR SALE Only 3 left since our ad of last week. Down payments as low as $600. Monthly payments as low as $68.00 including taxes and insurance. Hardwood floors, colored baths, showers and kitchen. These homes are ready for immediate occupancy. MILITARY PERSONNEL — see us about forms so advantageous you can't afford to pay rent. When these homes are sold we can no longer offer such low, low terms. LOGAN HOMES,-Inc. Phone 2648 Evenings 6379 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: One of the best business locations on North Main Street, Rochester, Indiana. Modern brick front; oil furnace; .full basement; 2 rental units upstairs. Building size, 20'0"x95'0"; Purchaser to assume balance on contract. This .is an exceptional bargain. Fansler Realty Co. 915 E. 9tb St., Rochester, Ind. Dial CA 3-2219; Ralph Stepp, Res. CA 3-6239. Fifteenth St.'—Seven rooms sq. type all modern, Stoker hot water. East Broadway, Duplex, corner location. Buy on contract. Wright Street—Five rooms all modern, hot air heat. 100'x200' lot near Dykeman Park. $300 down will handle. Walton—Beautiful 2 bedroom, almost new, garage. Restaurant—nice location, good equip., little cash needed. W. Linden—Large all modern, corner spot. N. Penn Ave.—Choice homes .for choice clienteT Duplex, close in, 9th St. Moneymaker. Large apt. house, close-in. Buy on terms, good return. East Broadway—3 apts., only $1,000 down. 19th St.—Cute 2 bedroom. Garage near Tower Park. 12th St.—Quality 3 bedroom lots of extras, gas heat. Stadium Drive—Small 3 room conv. built. Terms. bed- Lot—High St. Road, 100'x250'. Choice location. Linden Ave.—Six rooms all modern, gas heat, terms. W. Miami Ave.~2 bedrooms, one floor,' only $7,500. Sunset Dr.—2 three bedroom properties. Terms. George St.—6 rooms semi-modern single story, $1,000 down. Suburban—Attractive 2 bedroom & priced to sell, terms. E. Bdwy.—Older type 3 bedroom beautifully located. Make an offer. East Market—Building corner, 110' frontage. We have others—so To Buy or Sell Please Tell Dale W. McNutt YOUR REALTOR A. Glenn Miller—Roy C. Cox Sales Representatives Phone 2928 Eve. 2623 or 4886 FOR SALE—Nice house, no bath large lot. 858 Garfield. Price $4,200. Also modern small home on contract. Phone 50425 before p.m. YEAR ROUND cozy little modern cottage on south Mud Lake Good boat and good fishing. Price $4,000. Phone 50425. 2 BEDROOM modern home, with garage. Call after 5 p.m., 4439. 6-ROOM house, West Broadway new basement and foundation very nice. By owner. Ph. 4989 or 50695. FOR SALE—Nice house, no bath large lot, 858 Garfield, Price $4,200. Also modern small homi on contract. Ph. 50425 before 1 p.m. NEW home and garage, FHA terms. Walton 3915. 2-BEDROOM modern home", ful basement, hot water heat, gar age, lovely location. Ph. 7277. 625 Parkway Drive, 3 blocks from Daniel Webster school, 3 bed rooms, ample storage, large cor ner lot, extras, $14,500. Phone 21461. MODERN house, 5 rooms down, rooms furnished apartment up $9500. 1614 Wright St. IDEALLY LOCATED-EAST This 4 bdr. mod. family home is newly decorated inside and out and has lots of closets and built- in storage. Bsmt., storms, quick sale price, $9500. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales Repr. 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Phone 7277 or 9124 FOR SALE: Good buy in duplex. Phone 50425 before 1 p.m. LOOKING FOR A DIFFERENT HOUSE PLAN? Want something really different? Want to build it NOW for less money than you imagined possible? Let our FREE planning service assist you. Come in today or write for representative to call. MIDWEST HOMES, Merle Flecker, Dealer, Box 169. Display homes, <& mile north of Noblesville, Ind. Phone 934. FOR help buying or selling homes sec Ted Personette, associated • with Joe Herd Insurance Agency. 3 BEDROOM honse.lfear old. Cor^ ner lot. 2601 Stadium Drive. OWNER leaving for Florida will sell 7 room modern home furnished. Can bo used as duplex. I JUHM 50425 before 1 p.m. HOUSE FOR SALE 4-room modern house, East. Ideal for retired couple, or person living alone. STRECKER-BROWN AGENCY Ph. 4303 OWNER transfeired, must sell du plex, 3 bedrooms iadC renting $65 a month. Take over contract. Phone 2351. 13. REAL ESTATE HOUSE for Sale. 810 Helm Street See owner 820 Helm St. bedroom modern home in Walton. Basement and automatic oi heat. Hardwood floors and built- ins. .Ph. Walton 3472. FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM house, 5 down, 3 up. Good income property. $135 per month,'723 Wheatland Ave. Price $10,500, FOUR BEDROOM house with full bath down, oil heat, 607 W Broadway. Price $10,000. Vacant lot on Northside. Price ?800.00. Vacant lot on Westside. Price J700.00. Veronica Kroeger Estate . ' Harold J. "["liberty, Atty. Phones'4749 or 3631 FOR SALE 5-room house with oil heat and buiit-ins. • 515 17th St. Price $6,600. Ii. mediate possession. H. Tuberty, Atty. Phones 4749 or 3631. Producer* Stockyard* 190 to 230 No.-l ,. 19.60 ,90 to 210- 19.BO !10 to 230 '. 19.25 130 to 250 :... 18.50 :50 to 270 1§;25 270 to 300 18.00 lows 16.25 down Sow% to 300 .' 15.75 down Boars 7.00-in.OO Stags 7.00-10.00 OWNER leaving state, 4. bedroom modern house, lots' of extras, priced right. Ph. 50128. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. NEW 4-room house with gas furnace. 511 13th Street. b. Lots LOT in Royal Center 60x156 ft,, lights, water and new sewer, $1,000. Ph. 8903. LOT for sale, cash, or contract. Ph. 6929. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. e. Farm* 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. Crash Kills 6 Teenagers PAINTED POST, N.Y. (UP)— Six teen-agera were killed in an automobile accident during the weekend and a seventh was injured critioally. Three of those killed were to have graduated from high school today. The dead were Roland Leinhos, 17, salutatorian of the local graduating class; Jack Van Deventer, 17, and his sister, Dorothy, 13; Patricia Bonzo, 14; Mary Murray, 1-5, and Stanley Bartlatt, 17. The first four wore killed instantly when the car "in wihiah the group of seven was cnroute >to Waneta Lake for a swim Saturday struck Uie roar of another car, dhot up an embantonant and was cut in two by a tree. Miss Murray and (toe Bantlett youth died laier at a hospital. The lone survivor, Richard Gumbertsf 17, was reported recovering at the hospital. Latest Market Reports WALL ST. LIKES HEAT? Sinn 1940, itoclci hay* gam up in »umm«rtim» II times to,6. Induitrlal Stock Print JUNI ai1. nn. n m am CMANOI -o +10 +» Hawkins Stockyards. y Meat Type Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.35 210 to 230 19.10 230 to 250 , 18.65 250 to 270 ;, 18.25 270 to 300 17.05 Sows 16.50 down Soars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal ... 19.00 • Wayne's Produce icghjrn Hens .11 Heavy Hens 13 First Red Warships Travel Through Suez En route to Red Sea SUEZ, Egypt (UP)—Two Soviet destroyers and a Red fleet tanker sailed out of the Suez Canal today and entered the Red Sea. The destroyers and the auxiliary tanker had entered the canal from the Mediterranean at Port Said Sunday..They 'emerged at Suez in the early morning darkness and steamed slowly southward. , There was no indication that they would linger in the Red Sea, close to the potential Aqaba Gulf trouble spot. •The Soviet vessels, first Russian warships to transit the canal ince its reopening, were believed to be part of the six-ship Red flotilla that sailed Into the Mediterranean last week through the- Dardanelles, The others were a cruiser and two motor torpedo boats. : A Valletta; Malta,; dispatch said the Soviet cruiser Mikhail Kutuzov was nearing the Straits of Gibraltar accompanied by three escort vessels. It was believed these four would be out of the Gibraltar area by tonight when major NATO naval exercises,begin.. Recent Soviet naval movements in the Mediterranean were causing some confusion among Allied officials. The whereabouts of three . motor torpedo boats which entered the Mediterranean still is not Known. Popejoy Dressing Plant leavy Hens .13 jeghorn Hens 11 Veals Third Street Market .18 jambs .16 Veal Hides ..„.....„ „.. .12 Beef hides .04% ?s .25 CHICAGO -LrVHSTOOK CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 7,500; strong to 25 higher, Campers Hold First Court With a capacity attendance of over 200 parents and friends, the first Court of Honor of the season was held on Friday at Camp Buffalo Scout camp in connection with the closing of the campfire of the first period. Highlight of the evenings' program was the recognition of Tommy Brown as having completed the requirements of the rank of Eagle Scout. He will receive his Eagle badge at a later date. The evenings' program was in charge of Assistant Camp Director Hardy Songer and Virgil Hickman' of Monticello, Western District Ad- Rains Cool ? Off Indiana By UNITED PRESS Temperatures stopped slightly toward^ the cool side in Indiana today and certain areas in the far south got 'more than an inch of rain. Furthermore, weatteranan saw no prospects of a big warm- up the rest of the week, although temperatures will rise somewhat above today's levels. West Baden reported 1.66 inches of rain for the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. today. Evansville had 1.05, all of which fell after Sunday midnight.' Elsewhere, precipitation quantities tapered off and the north 'halt got little or none.. Seymour recorded .83 of an inch, Bedford'.44, Indianapolis .06, Terre Haute .07 and Vincennes .02; ' The mercury ranged from 80 at South Bend to 88 at EvansviEe at ligh points Sunday, -and dropped a a range of 57 at South Bend to 64 at Indianapolis this morn-ing. Highs today will, range from 72 north to 80 south, and lows tonight from 60 to 62. By Tuesday ^afternoon, highs of 85 will be registered over most of the state .as fair weattier returns and stays at least through Wednesday. The' five-day outlook for Tuesday through Saturday indicated temperatures will average near normal highs of 79 to 90 and normal lows of 58 to 71. "Warmer Tuesday, iften little change, until turning -cooler about Saturday," the outlook said, "precipitation will average .50 to 1.50 inches occurring as showers or thunderstorms Thursdiay or Friday." *LV£i3 (,i/vrv» 3HVlJi£ VJ JnJ lllgltVL , ' . ..« spots 35-40 higher; No. 1-3 190-2301 va ' ncement cnalr i"an. Master ot --' -ceremonies was Airman 2/c John DeBlaeker from the Bunker Hill Air Base. Staff member George Robbing of Monticello and Dale Burrough of Logansport headed up the advancer ment ceremonies with an Indian- lore background. bs 19.75-20,50; 240-250 Ibs 19.2519.75. Cattle 16,000, calves 300; steers strong to fully 50 higher; heifers strong to 50 higher; vealers fully steady; most high choice and prime steers 24.25-26,50; load 1414 bs 27.00; bulk choice steers 22.7524,00; most- good grades 21.0022.75; 2 loads prime heifers 25.00; (few loads high choice ar.d low prime heifers 23.75-24.35; bulk good and choice heifers 20.00-23,50; good arid choice vealers 18.00-23.00. Sheep 500, steady on all classes; good to prime spring lambs 20,0021.50; cull to low good 14.00-18.50; one load choice shorn lambs 19,00. Court Term Being Extended Next Week The April term of Che Cass circuit court, which was scheduled to end last week, will be continued through next week, Judge Clifford Wild indicated Monday. While' the court room is being remodeled, court sessions are being held in the jury room and in the judge's chambers. WILL ENLARGE HOUSE Lawrence Titus was granted a building permit by the commissioner Monday to add two rooms and a bath to the residence at 1416 Balsam street. Cost of the project was estimated at $1.500. BEDROOM homo, large living room, fireplace, wall-to-wall carpeting, dining room, built-ins, garbage disposal, large Jalousie porch, knotty pine recreation room, hardwood floors, gas heat. Call 21048. HOMES (3 Bedrooms) GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground. Get my prices first and let me show you how to save 50% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS;, DICK MILLER Phone 21486 1622 East Broadway CASH IOANS-REFINANCINO • VOUK FURNITURE TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAIUY'S MARKET tOGANSPORr, INDIANA Ph 2352 410'/i E. Broadway RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONIR .00 rcn WEEK .iKllldflf frw bom* Instruction WATCH "CRONIIW" WFkM, 3:30-3)00 SUNDAY Ironnle AUTOMATIC IRONER CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry staa<ly; 48,000. USDA prices: Heavy hens 14-16; light hens 1213%. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 38'A-39; processed loaf 3G-37; Swiss Grade A 41-43; B 39-41; C 35-38. Girls State In Session BLOOMINGTON (UP)—Indiana University President Herman B Wells told the 1957 Rooster Girls itale Saturday that women now may be more powerful than men .n politics. Wells spoke to 975 high school uniors .who arrived for the week- ong 1 meeting sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary of Indiana, Wells told the girls to "learn how our gov«mmanit works." He said, '"Hhere is no finer opportunity to leara how government works than in Girls State. I consider this one of the finest teaming and teaching projects ever conceived." County chairmen of political parties elected included: Federal- ists—Oiann Garber, Converse; Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen May Relax Restrictions On Non-Wheat Farmers WASHINGTON (UP) - Unless you're a wheat farmer, the law now forbids you to plant and harvest more than 15 acres of wheat- even if you plan to feed all of it to your family or your chickens. •Only farmers who are allotted wheat-growing acreage by the federal government can grow more than that. The Agriculture Department in, recent years has been Forced to hale thousands of other iarmers into court for violating that law. These farmers generally have denounced the law. President lisenhcwer has repeatedly appealed to Congress to change it. Jut congressmen from big wheat states have ignored the plea on grounds that relaxation of the production controls would threaten to undermine the price support pro- But & drive was underway today :o enact a compromise plan to relax the restrictions. The compromise law, applauded by wheat and non-wheat farmers, would allow anyone to grow as much as 30 acres of wheat, provided it-is consumed on the farm as food or feed. Wheat state congressmen agreed to go along to keep wheat farmers from losing part of their allotted acreage to other farmers. Present-law permits non-wheat farmers who exceed the 15-acre limitation to count the over-plantings as a credit toward eventually getting a regular wheat allotment. I The compromise bill, authored by Rep, Vic-tor Anfuso (D-N.Y.), c congressman from Brooklyn, would not allow plantings in excess of regular allotments to be considered in parceling out wheat planting allotments. The restrictions now apply to farmers in all but about a dozen states. These states are exempted because of their low wheat production. Anfuso's bill contains a provision which would insure that once * state increased its plantings to the control level, it would- have to remain-^ under controls for at least three years. Predictions in News L S. Murray Dies Sunday ROCHESTER — Louis Samuel Murray, 87, was called by death at 9:45 Sunday morning at Woodlawn hospital. Mr. Murray, who made his home at 600 Indiana avenue, had been in ill health for a year. United Press correspondents around ttie world look ahead at the news that will make Hie headlines. chin Relations between' soviet and Communist China are due to suffer a chill. Mao Tse-tung, the No. 1 Chinese Red leaders, is expected to visit "independent" Communist leader Wiadyslaw 'Gomulka of Poland next month. I'lio Russians tried hard to get Mao The retired Newcastle township I to visit Moscow first. Laiest word farmer had lived here 25 years, is that Mao refused, even though coming here from Mishawaka. He was twice married: to Minnie Ross and later to Fannie tfeans, both of whom preceded him in death. Mr. Murray's parents were Mark and Tressa Murray. lie lias to pass tlirough Moscow to get to Warsaw. He said the Poles invited him first. Dashed Hopes The impending Senate filibuster ag-ainst the civil rights bill lias He' was a ,65-year member of all but dashed the hopes of con- .he Mishawaka I. 0. 0. F. lodge.! gressional leaders for an Aug. 1 The awards were presented by 'Patricia Brogneaux, Bloomington, Oscar Beasey and Bernard Lowes of iLogansport and -Virgil Hickman of Monticello. Scouts receiving Second Class Awards included Tom Obenchain, Mike Joseph, Rick Shively, Dick Patton, Lynn Breeden, Bruce Harmon, Roger Norris, Ed Zeaman, Bill Coats, Donald Musselman, Dan McGuire and William Galloway, First Class Awards went to James Morrical and Bill Welkand. Star Scout Awards were earned by Kent Moore, David Morrica!, Guy Mathis, John Brookmeyer, Clyde Gregory and Wayne Levy. Life Award was earned by Harry Dahl. ^Troops in Camp for the First Period included Troop No. 2 of Logansport, Dan Drompp, Leader; Butter steady, 1,430,000 Jbs; 93 Troop No. 5, Logansport, John and 92 score 59; 90 score SflVi; 88, Drompp, Scoutmaster; Troop No. 6 score 55. Eggs unsettled; "10,900 cases; white large and mixed large extras 29, mediums 27, standards 28, current receipts 2G'/2. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: of Peru, Mel Briggs, Scoutmaster, assisted by Tom Easter; Troop No. 26, Brookston, F. G. Halstead. Scoutmaster: Troop No. 42, Denver; Troop No.. 711 Logansport, Duane Howard, Scoutmaster. The. Second Period of Camp began on Sunday, »June 23rd with 87 Scouts from the following Troops Hogs 9,500; steady to 25 higher; in attendance. Troop No. 19, Rochester, George Riddle, Scoulmas- 190-240 lb 13.50-20.00; some to 22.25; 240-275 lb lfl.50-19.50; few to 19.75; 275-300 lb U.25-M.74; 160-180 lb 17.75-19.00; 220-160 lib 15.50-17,00. Cattle 2,300; calves 300; Meers and heifers 25-50 higher; good and choice steers 20.00-23.00; good and choice heifers 19.50-22.50; standard 17.00-20.00; good and choice veal- ers 20.00-23.00; high choice 2450; standard 17.00-20.00, 'Sheep 500; steady; good and choice spring lambs 19.50-21,50. ter; Troop No. 18, Rochester, Lee Sharpe, Scoutmaster; Troop No. 28,- Monticello, Roy Hahn and James Spoor, Scoutmasters; Troop No. 8, Logansport, Joe Mackey, Scoutmaster. Raise Price Of Gasoline HOUSTON, Tex, (UP) - Gulf Oil Corp. today followed Khe lead of Sinclair and Conlinemtal Oil to boost the price ot gasoline. Gulf increased its tankwagon price to dealers to about 1 penny •to every five gallons purchased, or (wo - tenths of a cent per gallon. The same increase applied also to kerosene, distillate and naptba. Gulf also boosted residual fuel oil 5 cents a barrel. The increase were expected to ho passed on to the motoring pub- Ik by the dealers. Sinclair Oil announced a similar price boost last Friday aad Continental's price increase. boca.me effective today, along with Gulf's. All three firms said the increases were made necessary because of wage boosts, new employe benefits and .capital ziequirements.. HOT TIME GLOVERSV1LLE, N, Y. — Two men here stuck electric light bulbs under their car hoods during a recent cold wave. They wanted to keep the engines from freezing. The engines didn't freeze. They caught fire. Tip to motorists; Watch out for school kids—they weren't'brought up to be run down. Delay Ohman Arraignment Lannie phman, 18, city, was taken Into the Case circuit court Monday for arraignment on a three- county burglary affidavit, but his arraignment was delayed at the request of his attorney. It was indicated that a motion to quash the affidavit would be filed. Arguments on the hiotion were set for Thursday, afternoon. The three counts of the affidavit against Ohman, who has a previous criminal record, charge him wilh first and third degree burglary and houscbreaking to commit violence. He has been hold in jail under $2,000 bond in connection with the' alleged break-in at the Rose Cira residence, 122 East Melbourne avenue, .occupied by the Charles Albright family, one June 13. Firemen Extinguish Two Minor Blazes A fire of .unknown origin gutted the interior of a car parked t at the rear of 1217 Woodlawn avenue Sunday night at 10:53 o'clock. The auto, a 1051 sedan, belongs to Mrs. James Downs. Firemen extinguished the blaze at 10:53 o'clock, reported that the blaze was extinguished with the truck's booster unit. Other fire Activity included a call at 8 o'clock Monday morning to the home of Irene Huddleston, 102 Hammond street, where a stove was reported burning out of control. The blaze was out upon arrival of fire-fighting equipment. Emily Mann, Poseyvulle. Na- tionalisits---Carol Poling, Bloom- ilnglon-; Aiim Jones, Anderson. City chairmen included: Nationalists—Becky McKenna, West La- ifayette; Kadhryn Goreary, Terre Haute; Joan Dinga, Crown Point; Mairjorie Andrea, Gary;, Janice Fordyce, Linton; Jan .Anderson, Hobart; Linda Yodor, Plymouth; Diann Wood, Habcgger, Berne; Pat Hobart; Janie I-Iarker, Marion; Diana Tade, Marion; Susie Held, Nappamee; Janet Chitwood, Bloomington; Elaine Btelewich, Hobart; Mary Fischer, Evansville. Federalists — Nancy Carper, Ligonicr; Demaris Snyder, Richmond; Dean Yellcn, Hammond; Cy-ndhia Wilson, Pierceton; Jesse Minor, Fort Wayne; Deloris Evertoart, Morristown; Margaret Beckett, Hammond; Barbara Purcis, Muncle; Cynthia Jones, MorrisUwft; Anrea Louis, East Chicago. Ask Recall Of Troops WASHINGTON (UP)—Rep, Noah M. Mason CH-I1I.) has called for removal of American troops from all foreign countries where no U.S. interests are involved. He urged this course Sunday night in denouncing the government decision to let Japan try GI William S. Girard for killing a Japanese woman on a firing range near Tokyo.. • ' Simultaneously a Japanese newsman said hU countrymen are incensed over the Girard case because they are avid fans of U.S. western movies in which shooting In the back is against the code of honor. Girord is.accused of.firing an empty cartridge from a grenade launcher that struck Mrs. Naka Sakai in the back as she was picking up spent shells on the firing range. She died from the shot., The government is preparing an afl-oul defense of Its position for an extraordinary Supreme Court review July B. Officials fear an adverse Supreme Court decision might seriously cripple arrangements under which American troops are permitted ' in foreign countries. The high court lias prolonged its current term to .speed,a final decision in the internationally important case. fanner of his pal. Martin Daniels Jr., 16, was charged with plotling his father's DEER ON TABLET COLUMBUS, 0.-A bill has been Introduced in Uie Ohio legislature to permit a motorist who kills a deer to keep the carcass for his family. It would be a violation of the law to serve the meat lo guests. Present Ohio law requires that a deer killed by a motorist be turned over to th« state. It is against the law for Lisbon's fishwives to go barefoot, But bare feet are a tradition of centuries,'so many Portuguese street vendors carry shoes in their baskets and pop them on only when a police officer comes into view. He is survived by one son, James Hurray; three granddaughters, Patty, Cleta and Christine; two step-children, Ralph Williams of Tort Wayne, and Mrs. Cleta Shockey of Rochester; two brothers, " " ~ - - •• M ichj j_*c^i t.t-ii wi. t_r* anu xvtijvius, iniuui* fr u&wt i* -an vunvi v\;ie> ollivJl O gan, and Frank of Osgootl, Indi- rat in the Moscow announcement ana; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie'Prue *lmi 'h-^ hi"' anm^i ^i*. ^1,™,. ««f of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Flora r Switzer of Franklin, Indiana; s eral nieces and nephews. , Funeral services will be held'at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon from the Foster and Good funeral home, with the Rev. F. I. Wilmert of the Rochester E. U. B. church officiating. Burial will be in the Rochester I. 0. 0. F. cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. adjournment. Optimists on Capitol Hill now say they may gel away by mid - August. The pessimists say Labor Day week end is more iikcly. Smell Western air observers smell a thai the big' annual air show set for June 30 has been cancelled bo cause of "unfavorable weather forecasts." The cancellation was announced last Friday—nine days ahead. The experts believe the Russian air force planned lo stage some sort of dramatic exhibition of Soviet air might, but that something came unstuck. Sniifu II looks as if a special national election will be the only way out of the Italian politic.-il crisis which has loft tho country without an effective government since May 6 Man after man has tried vainly lo form a solid cabinet. Indications are President Giovanni Gvon- chi ,will have to put it up to the electorate by calling for an election, one year ahead ot time. Giimblc •Lloyd's insurance underwriters of London, the world's biggest Ramblers, are getting ready to set odds on the chance that atomic power plants might accidentally Wow up, A committee of tiie association will make public tanight a report on whether insurance companies should issue policies Slay Father From Ambush PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Two teen-age boys were acc-uscd today of plotting the death of the father of one of them, Uien lying in wait and fatally shooting him as he sat on tlie steps of his home, "It was a pretty cold operation, just like professional killers," Homicide Oapt. Bavid H. Ilolxjrt-s said. Curtis Edwards, 14, whose tatter died in the electric ohair two years ™..i«...n-n, anmuu jssuu poncie; ago for a holdup-mur-der, is ac- protecting against peacetime nu- cused of firing a snot from ambush , clear disasters. Insurance com- W'hieh killed Martial Daniels, Hie I panics all avoir the world are ex- f " lllK "" "' M " "' ' peeled to follow Lloyd's lead Draft o-~ ,,„-.. j'-»- u ... b *>,.? iuvnvi » Watch for a determined — and death. His father was killed by a possibly successful — attempt bv single shot from a rifle as he sal the opposition to end conscription on Jus front porch steps Saturday for the new West German army nigW wi«i Ins ami arouiifl another when the government reports to Parliament Wednesday on the recent drowning of is maneuvering draftees In the Jller Rive;-. Tho draft bill barely squeezed Uiroiifili Parliament last year. Defense Minister. Franz Josef SU-au.s.s spent (he week end consulting 30 generals and admirals on the best way to meet opposition attacks. Sports Outlook The weak international entry list In the Wimbledon tennis tour- eon. Roberts said young Daniels and 'his faliier argued in- a taproom when the boy and his nwlhcr went to obtain money from him. Passed Bad Check 'In Hamilton County Eugene Williams, 32, of 1926 Spear street, who has been arrested here several times in the past few years on fraudulent check charges, allegedly has passed bad checks for small amounts in Hamilton county. Depuly Sheriff Marcus Passwater, Jr., of Noblesville in a leller to Sheriff 0. R, Carson Monday said ofte of the checks for $5 was made to Hadley Bollard and drawn ott an Indianapolis bank. City police records show that Williams was sentenced lo the slate penal farm for sixty days and fined $25 in Ihe local city court on January B on a fraudulent check charge. He was arrested Sept. 25,1054 on a fraudulent check charge, and on July 15, 1954, was found not guilty of another bait check charge here. ... «,,^ ,, ituuii^viUU imillla KJUI " nament starting in London today \ is spurring demands for an I "open" world 1 championship In I which professionals and -amateurs would compete against each other ' as they do in golf. Service De Lux NEW YORK (UP)-Sidewalk superintendents here agree they never had it so good. For their viewing convenience, a 65-foot Jong observation deck and clubhouse, complete with picture Americas. Court Notes Judge Clifford 0. Wild entered judgmenl for the plaintiff in. the sum of $527.20 Monday in the suit of Leave!! and Bates against AI- bert Miller on a promissory note. Harold Mull was the attorney for the plaintiff. Mrs. Mary RiUenhouse filed an amended divorce complaint against Franklin Ritfenhouse in circuit court Monday along with an affidavit for a change ot venue from Ca.ss county. Finding for the plaintiff was entered by Judge Wild In the suit o£ the Community Stale Bank of Royal Center aftaiasl Margaret and ' ' * — -" 01. ijtJivw d^Ulli7>L mill gui CL (Hill windows and a canopy, is being Carl Taylor on'a promissory note set up overlooking construction of and for the foreclosure of a real the 70,-million-dollar Time and Life estate mortgage. O'Neill and building on the Avenue of , the O'Neill were the attorneys for the plaintiff. SALE CALENDAR June 28—tfoe's Auction Teel, Auct June 29—Fred Allen Estate Einehart & Sons June 29—Stoney Pike Roller Rink Waldron. July 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldron

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