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Thursday Evening, June 27, 1957. Governors Group To Discuss State Powers With Ike WILLIAMSBURG, Va. <UP>— Gov. William G. Stratton of Illinois invited fellow-governors today to nominate members of a committee to confer with the Eisenhower administration on ways to increase the powers of the states. Stratton, a Republican and newly elected chairman of the National Governors' Conference, was authorized by the conference Wednesday to name the committee to follow up a proposal by President Eisenhower in a speech here Monday. The 1957 meeting of! the conference adjourned Wednesday. The Eisenhower plan was expected to figure in discussions at a White House lunch in Washington today to which the 19 Republican governors at Uie conference •were invited. Eisenhower proposed that the governors and his administration set up a joint task force to study how to return some federal functions and tax sources to the states. GIRARD RALLY HITS U. S. STAND Rep. Frank T. Bow (R-Ohio) (left) talks with members of the Girard family during a rally held In Chicago lo protest the government's decision to surrender Army Specialist 3/C William S. Girard to Japanese authorities on a manslaughter charge. Bow, addressing the rally, staled that Pros. Elsen- hower and other administration officials should stand by a 1956 campaign pledge lo protect U. S. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Sovsctooa Servicemen's rights overseas. The proposal was greeted by Mrs Louis Girarll> s i s tcr-in-Iaw; and Louis Girard, brother. considerable skepticistn among; — the governors. Some, however, Members of Glrard's family are: (L to R) Mrs. Dorothy Girard, mother; (International Soundphoto.) Monticello high school and in 1955 o- • ... mummuau JIIKII 3i_uuui auu m iat><t felt the effort might be worthwhile g ra(lual£ . d from Indiana State :r It .vmr-jilir <i rrniM fitl I nf» I TPHfl ' „ .. if it merely arrested the if it merely arresteu »« "'•'" Teachers College at Terre toward greater exercise of federal He sej . ved jn the afmy , power. Monticello A 4-H electric judging contest was held last Wednesday night at the county 4-H electric club meet-jgree. Haute. rmy for two years as laboratory technician, with the rating of Specialist Third Class. This fall he will enter Purdue University at West Lafayette to begin work on' his Master de- ing. Jim Draper, of Idaville, who was Classes included a desk lamp for injured two weeks ago in an auto- a girls' room and extension cords to be used for a heating appliance of at least 750 wattage. A 50 'question test was also part of the-contest. Senior placings were: 1st, Carolyn Schelle, Prairie; 2nd, .Jane Dreblow, West Point; 3rd, Beulah Wooldridge, Big Creek; 4th, Diano Rosentreter, Round Grove; fi'.h, Anna Marie Moss, Union; Jessiemae Zarse, Big Creek; mobile accident south of Linden, was transferred lo the White County Memorial hospital, in the Miller ambulance Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Draper, who suffered a brain concussion and fractured shoulder Scott,for drunKen driving and public intoxication. On the first charge he was fined $10 and costs in the Zerface and his operator's license court of Justice of Peace Maurice revoked for a year and on the public intoxication count was fined $1 and costs. Word was received early this morning of the death of Harry Evernham of Waveland. Mr. Kvernham passed away Tuesday night at Culver Hospital at Craw! fordsville. •Mrs. John Aebi; chairman, re-i The deceased Is well known in ported for the nominating com-Jwhi-le county formerly being a mittee and announced the follow- telephone operator at Burnettsville the 4-H fair at Reynolds August 6'h lo 9t>h inclusive. Miss Dlcmer chairman for Achievement Day, announced Mrs. Esther Kern Thomas will be the speaker for the afternoon session. October !5th date has been set and place will be the Monticello Presbyterian Church. Serving on the committee wilh Miss Diemer are Mesdames Edward Waples Warne Spencer, EHvyn Hankins and Dewey Coffing. ing slate of officers for 1958: pres- (JUJIUUnMUll clllu II tl^ul cu afluuluct . . , ~- ,_, | .1 in the crash has been a patient|' dent , ™rs. .Eugene Anderson mi, \.i utiii, ••«.. »*.*. *. i- ^ j 'J^ I » rtri i r cl rtn llihft will ciinnnnA T\ at the Montgomery hospital Crawfordsville. Mrs. Orval Schock of Yeoman and her daughter, Mrs. Maurice Duncan and Miss Phyllis Crowel, 'wald Roggcnkamp and husband, Carolyn Schelle and Janet Dre-; Dr RoB( , cnkamp and two children; ow will participate in the <lis- iat Washi ngton D C . blow trict judging contest at Frankfort Saturday Georgia, where he received home arrived home Saturday from Ro- his separation from the Army. He served as a laboratory technician in the medical division. Gray is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Shaw of Monticello. Gray is a 1951 graduate of the NO. liiMH KTATB OF INDIANA) _ COI'NTV OF 1 f;ASS I IN TiiK CA.S.S fiiv;i;rr couirr Al'Ml, TKILM, l!>. r »7. MITICK Ol" AI>MIMK'ril.\TION NnlliTB i« lmri:l>y Klif.n thill I.loyd I.. Hiilllv;in WIIH. nn Klh iUy nt .luno, 1957, R|>pninli!il A'lrnlnl.i- tr;uur t,f tlni ,-»liU.n tit John T. .Sullivan cli-c;t:;i.!tt;il. Alt jiRifunH hiivljiK flfil HUltJ UHlJLli.. Win-lin wont surgery while there at the Mayo Clinic. Charlone Krwin, Susan Spoor, Susan Piker and Floyd Rose of the local Methodist church are allcnd- ing Junior camp at Battle Ground this week. The girls are in Loveland cottage and Floyd in Kelly Erookslon who will succeed Mrs Sam Sites who has served two years; vice president, Mrs. Bernard Mathew; .secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Richard Ward. Serving with Mrs. Aebi were Mrs. Eugene Newman and Mrs. Ray Moss. Mrs. Joel Cooper president ol the Chorus, reported 2] members attended the Summer Conference and ages of persons singing were 14 years to 86 years. The Chorus meets the 1st and 3rd Monday nights in the Methodist Church and an invitation is extended to anyone who likes lo sing to come and join the group. Alice Nickel Home Demonstration Agent, reported that basket weaving will be given Sept. 11 in Ihe 4-H building. This will be an all day meeting and will he given by Gloria Roth of the CEISS club. (iuft rnu.Ht. fill: Lht: .. . -nurt within from tli« date of r;itlr,n of thin until •will hi! for'ivcr !>;' lina ifyth /Jay of .J In (fj) nionthH ur I'atd clalniK -il. n,n, tiullnnn, ... l:>57. Clnrk „!. tlin Cln-nll. rourl for C.;I,HH Counly. Jnillunji IIMtJi A IlllllH Atlnrnny for KHt.'lln NO'I'ICK TO IHI.VTKACTOIIS N'ntlcn In Jitrnliy Klv:n Hull III I'.oanl of TriiMiM:ji uC tin; Town ol'j (lulvftHton, Inillaiin. will rin:'-lv»;| i.i.«li.d jiropr>»nl» IHI lo tin. Vinur or,l a tj, (ns . n nn CM. rrixir .fuly i. I'Jiil, m I'lly UnilililiK for thn Follo - Silos, presiding. Twenty-three clubs answered to roll call with "what we liked or disliked about Summer Conference." Minutes of the previous meeting were accepted and the five goals discussed previously were voted on and accepted. 1. Increase attendance of club members at Summer Conference. 2. Improve our community re- -1100 ii'i. yartlH pulvlinlxliiK MI:HH l,ii 'furninii'ii'l, dull wii-isil mill Imor- poMLK'.u In nlllvliriixliiK opurall'in *,nf>0 U r al. llillilil anpha.lt. to \>i: r.lili lonn h'it unlihiiltlc fiiincrntn t> toller <:<itirlii'. 2F,n t'lnn hut luiiihiilllc nurfni't COUTH'S typ'i <'.. Tlm n n 11. lit'lK nn Inn aliovn Itc.inH .in. t(» liiiilmlii uxcavall'in and IHLHC pri'paratlu.i. All niatijrlalH arid TniillunlK of c-'inHtmct Ion shrill mfn 1 ! Llin n-- fplll'fim'JtltH Of till) IMII l-l'llt. Hpl'Olrl- ratluliH uf tlm SI lU n lllliliwny Onn- liilHKlnn of Inil'.iina. Tho micri'HHfill hhliliT ntzrt'.i'M to rum pi nti- lhln wurli nut lator than AiiK'n-t 31 1SS7. A ilnp«nll of 1"';. "hull Ini r"- (iiilrnil from nncli blililur »» a Kliar- ynlun thai liD will i-iiliT Inlo a i-nnlract wllh tlm Tnwn rif <!.-il- vnnt-.n within Hi ilayn nflnf hn him lin-n nottrli-il of tlni arcniitfliiM! 'if hln Mil or i>n»l"i»"l- '» "'" '• v ' :llt i.urh hlildf-r 'lu'-.n not '-ndr lulu a cnntrii'M ivllli tmlil Town of Cul- vnnton wit hln i tin- iinrlo'l of II lic.-i.lii np.-i-in.irt. »: ' lie, riirfi-llcil to Hi vision an asi!';rlal: Tloard llitl vnMt T t f,;i,- 3. To increase membership in County Chorus. 4. Increase attendance at County Home DomonsLration Week. Those attending must have their August Memorial cottage. They will re-. , ,,. ,... , . main at camp through Saturday ™ mes to Mlss Nlckel noon. "' The While County Home Demonstration Council met Monday afternoon June 24lh, at 1:30 o'clock in the 4-11 building' at Reynolds r noi with the president Mrs. Sam Doputy Sheriff Karl Walters investigated an accident at the curve in East Monticello on U.S. 24 Tuesday evening at n:<t5 o'clock. Kenneth L, Scptt, 30, of Hammond, employed at the steel mill.s, who had been visiting relative." in the community driving a 1950 tudor, failed to make the curve while traveling east damaged guard rails along the highway and wrecked his car having struck the right side. Damage In the guard rails along U.S. 24 was estimated at $100. Deputy Sheriff Wallers booked 5. Encourage and develop leadership in our clubs. Mrs. Harold Hunt exhibit chairman, with ho.- committee, Mas- 1 — — damos Bernard Mathrjw and Richard Carlur announced what clubj and project would be exhibited til' Wash and Simoniz Your Car 3-HOUK SERVICE by 4 High School Students Phone 2720 or [Ifjlll for many years. Funeral services will be conducted at Waveland Friday afler- noon at 1 o'clock. Gravesitie services will ihen be held at Rivervicw cemetcry'in Monticello at -4 p.m. HAIRPIN MENACE GREENVILLE, Miss. - Female swimmers must wear bathing caps in city swimming pools here because the city is tired of pumps getting stopped up by lost hairpins. you'll be delighted if you shop VACATION! SPECIALS Coats and Suits at . SAVINGS of 50% ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES VIOLA'S DRESS SHOP 326 East Broadway I'IIUHK N'«. UMO KTATf: OK INDIANA) JHH: COUNTY OP CAMS ) IN TIIK CASH ('IHCUIT COURT Al'llll. TKRM, ]0r,7. NOTICI'l (III- AIHWINIMTIIATIOS Nntlfi, in huroliy Klviiii tint! Miix- Irui Mi'DnwHI WIIH, on 2fl duy 'if .liiiii!. !!>fi7. nppcilnluil Kxuuulrlx nf Ihft l,;uM. Wlli (Liiil TuHLllUHjiit of JtriMJL MycVM, (H!(!(!HMftll. All purHotiH having rlJlirrm R- c'lilnnl Kiild nntlLtn, wln-tliur <ir Tlul nnw chut, iniiKl nin 111" muiift In K»lfl i-iiufl ivlllll" nix (lit lil'Hiitin rn.ni tlHi ilnln nT tlm rir.sl 'rmlillra- r Ihl . I,ft«fIIIK()flCI. Itlflllllltt, y i,r .inn", r.ir,7. will lie for" fiali. i| at. CliTk nf Lin- I'lrc.nl! I'nr CILKH C.:riunl.y, J l ft 0'Si'lll nii'V fcir Kmiiln JOE'S AUCTION 611 Plum St., Logansport FRIDAY, JUNE 28 — 7:00 P. M. Davenports, chairs, breakfast sets, day bed complete, mattresses, cols, wringer washers, tubs on< wheels, copper boilers, trunks, gas stoves, ice Imxcs for your cabins, battery radio, accordion, screens, bench saw complete, electric tools. Farm tractor tires with rims, si/es 5.50xl(i, II.25x211; electric sweepers, tricycle, antique counlcr scales, McCluffy readers, buffet, dining table, dishes, kitchen ware, lots of small arlicles. TERMS—CASH. Nol responsible (or accidents, Open for inspection 1 lo 5 p.m. day of sale. Auctioneer, Tcel. Martin, Clerk. PART TIME — FULL TIME Reliable Man or Woman To take over Cljcnretle lloule.. First lime offered In your city. Karnlngs up to $400.00 monthly. Spare time. Must have 8-]l) hours weekly to spare. No Helling or soliciting. Have three references and a car. Business get up for you. Muni be nblc t» Invest 521M.OD, whlnh In secured by Inventory. I'lcnse do not answer this unusual opportunity unless fully qualified. Kor personal Interview in your home, write listing phono number untl address, (o: HANL1N MFG. CO. 2221 E. Gregory Blvd. Knns«s City, Mo. DAVIDS Gallon Thermos Jug REG. $3.79 $2.95 F!»D<AY and SATURDAY ONLY ... Get ready for tho Fourth and summertime picnics with this full gallon'size thermos jug . . . keeps drinks hot or cold for hours. Convenient top pouring spouf. ... SPECIAL THIS WEEK-END ONLY. 516-ST8 '£. Broadway Phone 3167 LOGANSPORT PRESS EVERY SUNDAY BEGINNING JUNE 30th F a mi A/ E E K. L • Articles, stories, pictures that reach the heart beat of America...wonderful reading for everyone in your home every Sunday in the pages of FAMILY WEEKLY. AMERICA'S EXCITING NEW FULL.COLOR ROTOGRAVURE Family Weekly is coming to Logansport—next Sunday, June 30th, and every Sunday thereafter—as a great new feature of the Logansport Press to give you a complete and well-balanced Sunday newspaper. You will like Family -Weekly. Watch for it every week. i GET YOUR COPY NEXT SUNDAY AND EVERY SUNDAY WITH THE LOGANSPORT PRESS

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