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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, July 3, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE LAKE MAXINKUCKEE. modern year around split-level home, fireplace, garage, pier, furniture, lake front, other homes, farms. Downs Realtors, Culver VI-2-2471. Latest Market Reports 4 rm mdrn house, 3 yrs old with Vi A, Vi mi outside city limits east. Immediate poss, $9200. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 Tanguy St. Ph. 2804-20914 NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. 4-ROOM house, sun porch and back porch; also 5% acres, running spring and good well water. Sell or trade for larger place. Ph. 40583. FOR SALE: 4-room semi-modern house, garage, large lot. Phone 65-C, Camden, Ind. NEW homes and garages, PHA terms. Walton 3915. NEW 4-room house with gas furnace. ' 511 I3th Street. b. Lots BUILDING sites, any size electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. Two tracts of one acre each, high, rolling, and wooded. Meal setting for new home costing $20,000.00 or upward. Restricted and zoned. Also two smaller lots. Located on Lynwood Drive off of the Delaware Road one- half mile cast of Maple Springs. George L. BrubaTter Phone 4870 or 3880 MEMO TO FARMERS Tobacco at 90% of parity top* all farm itwu; potatoes lait. lo:U. J. D>pl. of *,,i,„!!„,. Atorel, K.ti- Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.60 210 to 230 19.35 230 to 250 18.85 250 to 270 18.50 270 to 300 18.15 Sows 17.00 down Boars 10.00 down Stags .-... 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.35 190 to 210 19.05 1210 to 230 19.40 )230 to 250 19.00 250 to i270 to 270 300 18.50 •Sows lfi.50 down | Sows to 300 13,50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 LOTS for sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. 6929. c. Farms 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefleries, Rcallor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dia^ CA-3C1U. Stags 7.00-10.00 Veals Third Street Market .18 Lambs 16 I'eal Hides 12 lif-el hides 04% 25 310-ACRE modern farm. Edmund "Meyer, Sheldon, Wis. __. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 . L ° K>loln " cns furnLihed, hardwood floors, enclosed porches, carport, pier; practically new Westinghouse electric stove and refrigerator; lawn furniture, 14-ft. metal boat and 3'A-h.p. Lawson motor- pro- pcrty ncatcd on mi. lake /rant- age, finest beach area on Lake Manitou. Reasonably priced, m- media c possession, ranslcr Re- ( ,, sUiacl HJnKl(] o-! „ " CHICAGO PRODUCE CH , CAGO (UP) _p ro( j UC c ; ™ , k hen J , ^ mm lbs , C . BS ^ . H ally Co., 015 K. Nlnlh St.. Ho- Chester, Ind. l j honc CA-3-221U James Hoffa Loses Fight For Mistrial Teamster Boss Based Motion On Charge That Jury Was Influenced by Testimony Of John Cheasty WASHINGTON (UP) - Federal Judge Burnita S. Matthews deniec a defense motion for a mistrial today in the conspiracy' - bribery case against Teamsters Vice President James Hoffa. The defense based its motion on a charge that'the predominately Negro jury had' been influenced by testimony of John Cye Cheasty, the • government's star witness about his role last year as. an investigator in Florida racial problems. The defense contended that Cheasty was permitted to "point himself as a fearless crusader' for Negro rights. Judge Matthews dismissed the motion, then summoned the jurors to Uie courtroom to advise them not to give any consideration to Che racial issue. She said it was 'not related to this ease" a>nd the jurors were .not to' be prejudiced tor or against any person ax a result of the testimony, Cheasly's testimony stemmed from a question by Edward Bentell Williams, Hoffa's attorney, as whether Choasly used fictitious names when employed by'the city of Tallahassee to "break" a Negro )us boycott and to "investigate" the NAAOP. Cheasty denied that he had anything to do with any NAACP investigation. He said he nogo- .iated a settlement of the bus boycott that eliminated' the "color line." Hoffa and his co - defendant, Miami attorney Hyman I. FLsch- )uch, are accused of arranging to >ny Cheasly $111,000 to act as a "spy" for them on the Senate Rackets Committee. Death and Funerals M1IJ.S Final riles for Mrs. Kdith Mills, 72, VIA North Third, will be conducted at 1:20 p.m. Saturday at the Krocger funeral home with the Rev. Kenneth Krady officiating. BuruJ will be made in I.aktton- cemetery. Friends may call iit the chapel after 7 p.m. Wednesday, iand longhorns 3B%-»fl; I loaf 3(!-.'!7; Swiss O'rade A 41-43; B 80-41; C 35-38. Mullcr steady; 1,1(17,000 Ib.v, 93 and 92 score 59; IK) score 5fiV 2 ; B'J score 55.' Kggs steady; 9,TOO cases; While large and mixed large extras SI; mediums and slu-ndanls 27; cur- renl receipts 'M. Reinforcing Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 1121 FURNITURE LOANS «i LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mori. Smi.li, M»r. MIMM 32*3 LOANS PLftIN NOTE—AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY • CONIOUDATt DI1T1 • CAIH YOU NIIO • MIDICAL HILL! • ANY OOOD ronroti TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAILEY'S MARKCT LOOAN5PORI, INDIANA Ptt 11Vt 4IU , C. Broodwny CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs ii.OOO; 25-Bfl hl»her; No, 1-8, WO-230 lbs '10.75-20.78; 210-270 Ibs 10.25-19.7Si. Catlle M.'KX), calves liOO; slt'ers steady; 'helfws sluady lo slrong; vealcrs steady to weak; high School Bill Near Passage Senate passage of a bill U) appropriate $300,000 for Jackson township, COSH county, lo finance the relocation of Ihe Lincoln grade school is expecled this week, according to HuppiirlarH ul Ihe measure. The bill Is similar to one which died in committee last year, was approved by Ihe Senate Judiciary cornmlllco lusl week. Jackson Truslee Fred Zohrlng and school Officials polnled oul lhat Lincoln school is so nom' Uie end of Ihe runway al HID (Junker Hill Air Force base Dial Ihe noise Interferes wllh Ihe classes and Ihe planes represent a con- slanl danger lo Ihe children. The IJeCrinsii deparlmeiil has op- I posed Ihe bill, asserting the school BEGIN REPAIR OF-BUFFALO BRIDGE :, ,;T~' . Slate highway workmen view the ((aping hole In the bridge nl Buffalo which has been cloned for repairs, after a rock abutment iletcrlorlnted. The support will have to be cemented In, The bridge foreman suid repairs will probably be completed within 30 days, ban-Ing rain wlilr.li luis slowed recon- slructlon considerably. (Pharos-Tribune I'lioto-Eiigravlng.) Army Seeks Jurisdiction Over Soldier Make Formal Application in Case of Gl Held by French Authorities in Slaying of Algerian PARIS (UP) — The U.S. Army said il would make formal application lo the French government /oday for jurisdiellon over a Man- hassol, N.Y,, soldier accused of milling an Algerian. Bui a spokesman said the Army would give oul no .further Inl'ormu- ,loa on liho ease until Llie appllca- Jon actually is made. 'Plic Holdle'r Is Specialist 3C 'De Red Skelton And III Son In Chicago CHICAGO (UP)—A man who started traveling with an old-lime medicine allow took in the sights o-f Chicago Tuesday with the son modern medicine has been unable to help. The father Is comedian Red Skelton. Din son, Richard, I), a« leukemia victim, has been given only a fuw moaUw to live by PorUnnd Cement Co. in York, Pa,, Portly Break Cement Strike By UNITED PRESS Another break in the nationwide ccmcn 1 . strikes developed today with a wage ugrecmc-nL at Ihe! Huron Portland Cement Co, in Buffalo, N.Y. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Third Denies Demanding $5,155 From GI William Girard Allies Point Out Flaw In Nuclear Ban ranee And Great .Britain Argue That Soviets Could Stockpile Atom Bombs in Bed China LONDON (UP) — British and, French officials warned today the-j Sahara that "I never thought of KAGOHARA, Japan (UP)-Akikichi Sakai denied today he had demanded two million yen ($51555) in "comfort money" from O.S.' Specialist 3C William S. Girard for the accidental death of Mrs. Sakai on a U.S. Army firing range. The claim was being pressed on Girard by Fukuju Shimizu, a' convicted extortionist now out oiv- parole. 'Police reported earlier they were keeping an eye on, Shimizu who told them he was representing the Sakai family. Sakai told United Press photographer Akira Sekiguclii in the Sakai home in the village of Soma- Soviets could build a hydrogen jomb stockpile in *Communisl Ihina unless the Peiping regime. is Included in any first-step disarmament proposals. . Red China's exclusion from any such pact, they said, could provide Russia with a means of circumventing any EasUWcst agrcc- asking Girard or anybody else concerned for comfort money." He said his wife was precious to him and tlioir six children and "How j can we think of money? Money ment on ending nuclear jroduelion. bomb They' added that Russia could .-ransfcr its manufacture of fissionable materials to Communist aa since no provision has been made yet for selling up international checkpoints there. Harold E. Stussen is i expccle .0 present further details of the Western proposals for halting nu- cle ar weapons production before the London disarmament conference today. Tuesday, the Western powers— the United Slates, Britain, France and Canada— offered to halt nuclear tests tor 10 months .if Jlussia agreed to e"nd production of fis- slonnble materials for weapons use by 1959. Soviet delegate Valerian Zorin expressed "gratification" at the proposal but requested further details. No major action is expected until Slasscn completes his presentation and ZorLn confers with Hie Kremlin. But strike 8,000 workers stayed on in Pennsylvania's Lchlgh Valley, where i»l plants were) closed. The strike spread to the Modiisu doctors. Speaking of line 'real Wayne McOskur, 'M, who Is held 11 a ParU jail on ciiar«i)H of 'voluntary munsluu^htw" In the Jaunt" which look him and his boy through the East lu.il. week and will continue through eight conn- IrluH this sumi)H;i', txkclLon said. "1 like to travel'und Kicliard tulrc.i aflor me," Smiling ul lii.s duuffhtor, Vnlcn- tina, 10, who whirred Ihu oatilern when 230 workers fulled In report tourist on bho day shift thin morning. tour, he said, "Valentino. l» just like her death of Abdol Ahmed Uamlnl on!mother —it homebody. If they Way 25 In llio honky-lonlc Pigallc won'l go abroad wllh us, Richard choice If) prime Ktuui'H 25.!>0-2<UXI; ;js no c/OKer lo l/ic runway lliun bulk choice »lcorn Z1.00-ZS.25; goodjls Ihe While House lo an air force Lo low choice 22.25 - 2.1.75; few Klandurd l« low good 20,00-22.00; choice lo prime heifers 23.00-25.50; good und ehoi.ce vualurs Ii).00-K!,00. Hlieup 1,000; yearlings and itprirti! lambs fully steady; good and choice yaarilngs JH.00-LP.50,- good iiml choice spring lambs 22.00-23.SO; few choice und prime 24 .(X). LOANS «p '0*500 lOCAt.FlNANC 91K F.mrlli St>«<< I'lione <UM | INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK i INDIANAPOLIS (UT) — Uvo' slock: | Hogs 8,000; Ki-7!) higher; IUO-2.10 111 lll.7n-20.2S, some lo 20,SO; 250 'pounds Hl.r/0; 100-1K5 LI) m.00-18,90; 120-HiO II) IB.50-17.50, Ontlli! 2,000; calves 200; steady; good anil cliok-e sLuers 21.00-24.25; good and diolco holfc-rs 20.i;o-2:t.2!>, some high choice 2:i.Wi; vealors »!.eaily; good and diolco Mt.Ofl- 22.00; prltini 22.50, Sheep 1,000; lambs steady; good and choice spring liinrim 20.002:1. rxt. RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONIR F.r H CO .00 Indudw IMU L ^** h«m« ^ m ITS M «IIK instruction Wa»oh "Frontier" WPBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday Sitka Resident Called by Death M()NTI(.'KI/IX) -- Mrs. Knye Walker, 5H, a resident of llic Sllka iii-iia, died at 'J. o'clock 'I'uosclny afiurnoon nl SI. IdllxalMh hospital In l/ul/fayelle, where «be had lieoii , a patient for onrs week. Mrs. Wnlk- «r VIM In 111 'lieiillh /or «ev«rul years, , She WUH born July Id, IHWI. .at OnarM, Jlllnoln, llu> (iaucJitur of Mr, anil MM, John Olel/. Him wa/i married May '/»., IUZI, lo Gull Walker, and made her home In Ihe Sllkii area for Iho piisl nln« yffarn, Mr/), Wolkiw wu» « inowbcr of Ihe Kllkii linptl.st church and Ihe Home Kcoimmlc clul), _, Survivor.) Inclililc Hie husband; a son, Dunne, nl home; Iwo nl«- lers, Mrs. ffonry LlixllnK. of Clron- eonl Clly, Illinois, luul 'Mrs. Porn Spctllimm, of WpUiukn, Mllnoln, P'unornJ »orv\'vu» will bo liclil «l !::«) o'clock Krldiiy iiflornoon from Ihe Millor funeral liomc,'wllh Ihe liny, Jnnics Alllsim, of the Sllka Baptist church, officiating. Kurlal will be In Illvervlow cnrnclcry, Krlendt may call at Ihe funerul home afler 7 o'clock Wednesday I)l<t« Of I lip )''rurltir« CAllftl'TI' (UP)—Services wor« •hiild toiiay for John MonnlnHor, 09, Avllln, who died of a hip fracturo suslulned laid wotdcond In u fall al hU homo. runway In Washington. There hnvo been unofficial re- poi'ls Ihnl lh« ulr force plans to extend Hie Hunker Hill Air base runway IMOO feel to accomodato Lhe heavier planes lo be kcjil there. Such ucllon would ellnilnute any pri«slblllly of conllnulrig Lo use Iho Ijlncoln school. ARC Needs Volunteer To Translate Polish Letters Into English CHIIS Jted Cross officials today Issued an uppoal for anyone In this urnn who can (rminlale Hie old Polish lani-ituiKe Into lOni/llsli for u patient, nl Ihe stale iiiisplliil. Mini) Knllioryn lloyer, executive snerelury of Ihu chiiplRC, said IJie pallent, wlm speaks and reads only Ihe old I'ollsh InnKuiiKo, han received a letlec from hin slrtler In thai country. Tho pallenl, Mlim ftoyor explained, Is wot pormlLlod lo reail Uic lul- lor In hlii native lonfjuii because of Ihe possllililty Hint lln conlcnls may upset him. The pallonl WHH Iriinsfcrrml hero from llio Norman Hualty hospltiil nl WiiNlvllli!. Al IJeaHy, a Gray Lady, who alno ;ij>olie Hie laiiKLiap.u. hud kepi tbi! pnllftiit.'s slulur Informed nf hlR wcll'uro, Miss lloyar sold. Two lellers—one from lh« ulster anil the other from Ihu Grny Lady —have arrived »l lin: stale hospital here. Anyonti who i;un I'und and speak thu lunKiiatfi! Is asked to con- tacl Ihe-chuplor, ;wr>(i, Galveston Woman's Brother Suffocated Kunorul rlluB for John Coldnsn, iflve-yeai'-old brollior of Mrs, Donald ftflileii, rou.lo 1, Unlvwlon, who' wiui .lul'fiiented Monday ni«ht whllo playlUK I" " pile of oals, will be held ul 'i p.m. P'rlilny. at the 1'ua- cock fiinernl home In Kokomo. liurlal will, be In Memorial Purk roinolery. An elKhl-yoar-olil broLher, Ron- nl«, narrowly oscupod auffocallon also when a suppoiilnK board broke, releasing thn grain on top of them whllo they were dicing tnniielji In llm plli: of onlii In n bin on the Coldren furrn, route 4, Kokomo, Surviving balder the parents, Mr. and ,Mr». Chostor Coldren, llm brollior and sister, Is another "Inter, Mr«, limma Johiwon, Kokomo, Beelion of Paris! McOslcer was a cook at the American Base ul Orleans. Under Ihe xlulus of forces agreement tlie Frenoii have Jurlsilicllon ovur MeOBtasr bocuase he wan off duly at Ihe lime of Ihe Incident und because' u I'Yonch citizen was Involved, 1.1 u I tlioy can' surrender Jurlsdlellon If lliey choose. J.n Munlmssel McOnker's par- eals, M.r, and Mm. IjUsler Me- Oslter, i-elalned allorney Konniilh Molly and Ills partner, James li'loloher, lo help hi Mm case. ltoi,h ure veterans itml Flcldicr nerved in the Air Force's Judge ndvo- eate'ii office, I'Vank J. Ueckur, a Hepul)llciwi slalu leglslaloi 1 , led « drive U) pi'DV'.-al. a l r roiif:h eiiurt from Iry- ing McOsker. Bueker has been a leiullnn foe of. Ihe slulus of forcon treaty anil said l.rlal by a I'Yeneh ctiui'l wdulii (JofM'lvn McO»l«K' of Ills constitutional I'lgliU, Shropshire Breeders Plan Picnic Sunday Members of Ihu Slate Shropshire Hreedei'S A.ssoelallon will hold Iholr slate pllcli-ln picnic al Iho T, A. llopjier home imo inllo oust of Onward Siimlny. Tlio plunle lii^jos al noon and Is open to all members anil anyone InturoHliid In shnep raising. Huiirtull Hi'owiii', exlonslnn animal liiislxindry ;(|»!d/ilW. from I'urdiii!, will bu Kiiesl, speaker and coniluel n 4-11 sheep inon.«l,i'atlon, Members of 4 In CMN and surrounding ai'ii welcome, Another hlghllghl of the aflm-- miun porgai-m will .bo a sheop-fll- tlng (iomonsLrnUoii conductod by Jimmy Osborn, jirosldoivt of the anxoclallon, T. A. Ifoppur will tllsoii/M pecll- nnd brenrllnii of Ihe lioppur hlrn flock, clubs Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Sales Show Drop INDIANAPOLIS (UP)-flimolliU) und dlosol fuel niiles have dropped In Indlimn slneu llm stale Imposed a lax hike la>st Miti'C'b ID, Flgui-en iilM>weil loiuiy Ihnl COB- sumpllon In April wan I2H million Kiillmin compared wllh HI! millions consumption wim up five p<ir cent over thu mime monlilm In HIM, f'lxperls Ixslliwocl somn motorliiln woi-o driving loss bill llinl Ihu bulk of Ihe decrease was due lo Iho fuel tho lux In n»w one cent u gallon more In 1'mllaim Ihan In till- •nols or Ohio, lnsl(Hid of iino crml IBBII an II wiis bo/wo Mnrdi Ili, and Ihal muny Inivolnni are "boy. colling" tndlann filling slallons lo lake advanlage of lower prices In neighboring ulaUis, und J are Laklng off by ourselves." 'J^lie i-cd-huadod Irlo vlsllei.1 Ch!- caKo's Museum of Selcnce nnd Industry mid olhor place.s of Inlor- o.st heiw. Simnnlng up their approach to womlors lieri! and in Ibe Kasl, SkelLon grinned, "We've taken buses a.nd subways arid ferries, Jusl Illco Iho iv.nl of 11X1 gU'WltS. "Kldmrd'A oiUlng like lihere Is no lomoin-ow," htn fnUior said, "In N«w York, he told me ho wasn't n I>a1>y nny morn an<l h« wanted clothes Ilko mine, |i slilrt wlt.li French oufl's and eiil'fjlnks, no IOHK." Mexico, 1'taly, P't'airmo, d'orinany, Norway, Swcdon, Knglnnil mill Ireland are neiol on thu traveling Skeltons' Hsl. "We away his old .si|uare- lood sliooif. Tliero Is no point In buying him shoes Lo grow Inl.o, He's got/ig to tfnrv«l In ittylo, torn hoi'o on In," Machinist Retires From Pennsylvania Tin) rotli'iJiiienl ol' llernnril riom- bacli, 2010 Gum-go slroel, from Ihu Ponmylvnnlii ftnllrond was an- noiinewl Wednesday by Vli.-l.or I'l. Tangiiy, iisiilstniiL chliif cleric nt Llio local ol'l'lcc, Hoinhneh's rollroiiiiinl. will he- Cinnci offi>e!.lvo I'Vlilny, murklng llm end ol ;ill years' service. He Hlorinil work Oeloher ill, Mill), a in/iclilnlnl'H huliier In llm T.he Ruffiilo sollleinonl, however, assiM-ed Ihe tipper Nov, York stale area at least: ono - fifth of Us cement, needs, TJIO iwcunienl, I'ealui-lng u .1.7- uonl hourly package Incroase,' followed Ihe paltern estnbllshed lasL .Monday al Ogleuby, II)., wliere the 'Ma.i'(|iiel.le Cenicnl Maniilaclurlng Co. graiileil a package tolallng Jll Intions set up for them by /in IIOLI/I-, Seven oilier Now York state cemonl planls, IneluiJIng two In lluffnlo, liftvo been closed by slrlkos. Six Auto Fires In City in June Auto fires were responsible for six or the 211 aliji'ins answered by city I'li-emim during June, accord- Ing lo llm monthly report of 1'lru Chief Old: Jjllsert. The oilier eulls Included two flue fires-, 12 building fires, !.wo grass and Lrash Tiros, I.wo falsu nlnnns and four, service calls. The fire chief osllnmUx! Iho fire less In Ihe buildings and Iholr conLcnls at, only f>iiW. Court Notes The will of Iho lulu Cleo Krasli, who dluil Juno 211, lofwen :ii) »/' his UHlale, enl.lninl.eil al. $::,!«)() In liorsoiiiil |)i'0|)ei'ly, his three dillilren, Kell.li aiul (!eor«u Krash anil P'loni Jane Slownrl, Tho will was ilaLed May 2,1, Ihls yiiar. Ho- hurl. S. JUHllce In Ihe allorney for Ihe entitle. Mrs, Agues Illpsher was grnntod a illvorec from Mrimsl Illjishur by Judge Clifford 0, Wild In elreiilt eiaii'l on a ei'iinlly charge. Orvlllu l''ox was the allorney J'ur llio jilaln- tiff. The complain f. (11 parlll.lon and . . riliops, Hi) was promoteil lo ma- iiucoiiiiLIng In the L'aswelreiill eoiu-L clilnlnl, .on Oelobei- I, llKill, Iliu work ilnall wlLh maintenance of sl.eam loeomollves, and, In la. Let- yearn, willi illosels, Morn In fiei'mnny, Itonihndi flow back llinro In lUftR Lo visit rolullvon. Police Report 109 Arrests During June A Lolal of tot) iH'i-i'sls — ill for traffic vlolatlonn and . <!« mlsilo- inuanor ami felonlns—WIIH listed on llio pollen report for Jjunii, i'liiiw nml KIIHI.K n/noun'liiK lo $1,<IIK).7R wore ns/ios/md oil Iho/iu Irnfl'lo counts, topped by 40 weed. fll'H, Collecllons of |l,llli rosultod from tin: nilwliimflunors, 'M of which wore llNlud us public Inloxlcnllnn, Parking UckeL reuijlplw loliilcil «W will) KW.riiceJ.ved from purk- Ing pel-mils, Coss Farmers Union To Hold Picnic Sunday Cuss County Kurmer's Union will hold Us annual picnic Sunday al 12:M) p.m. «L U)o Lower Pavilion In Dykumnn I'urk, John Jtahur, stale prosidimt, will bu Ihu speaker. All members werii Invllod lo come and bring a guuNl fumlly, worn askod lo bring covered dlftlieu and table service. agalniil. l.iiL'llIu Mahoney anil olherii was rllsmlssed by Ju/rgu Wild In di'eiilL court ul Ihi! rc(|uu,'il of Ihu plalnlllf, Thu siill of Jilrmwi anil Opal Illp- iihor ngiilnsl Agnes .fflpnhi!) 1 for . of roa! uslalu uml dnm- ages wan illnmhised In eli'i.'iill court upon Ihu million ol.' Ihu plain- llff. A motion for, dinngn of venuu from Ihu enmity was flli.ul by llm plaintiff In Llm divorce suit of Annu Jackson ngalnsl Claroifce Jacknon, A eomplnlnl on u conlnicl, asking Jiidgoinonl of *:IIM,I;I for the piii-diuHo of a Htt;i model car, was Ilkiil In circuit cinii'L by Ihu General v u ''l >nr 'illoti Frwl. I), Slrnsner, Karl Palmer of Ihls elly Id Ihu nllornuy for Ihu plain- Mrs, Mnxln I'lilne Brown, DM Kuynold.'] sLroel, nnk.i uu.ilody of Iholr Iwo children and support for l.li« dilldrun In n null !nr tllvweti from Truman Brown, filed Wednesday In Iho CIIH.I circuit court. Tho eoiiplo was rnan-loil Jan, 2il, 11)82, nnd Hcporaifid Mardi H, thin year, ueconllng lo llio complaint fllixl Uii-ough llm law firm of Uin- <lln and Mlchuol. Boys Placed On Probation Four Cass county youths charged with the lliefl of 20 cnsos of beer from the Clly Devoniue etimpnny : m'i,iid for"n)oney. Shimizu said ho had received information of Snkai's "demand" from Sakai's . next door relatives but the farmer-village councillor said the comfort money 'demand apparently was started by rumor-' mongers with "evil intent" and' thai he knew some of the villagers were saying "We wouldn't be so bad off if we got comfort money." "1 don'i care what Shimizu is .saying' or doing," Sakai said. "I have no connection with such a bad man. I don't want to have anything to do with him." Payment of '"comfort" of "sympathy" money is a usual custom in Japan and police were uncertain whether Shimi/.u was doing anything illegal. Pot- him merely lo relay a family request for R .sympathy bonus would not b«. illegal, they said. Shimmi, wlio once headed a "Save Girnrd" campaign, went to Camp Wliitlinglon today lo relay the reported request from the husband of (he dend woman. He win- accompanied by Mrs. Hum (Candy) Girard who married the $122.30.. a month American soldier Tuvs- <lny afternoon. Candy, sympathetic wllh Shimizu bvcau.sc he bonded Ihe "Save Girard" campaign whon it .seemed | they had few friends among the Japanese, said she believed in him desphe his police word and wnnled lo help him explain to U.S. military authorities about the dc- lasl week were placed on probation by Judge Clifford 0. Wild and forbidden In operate motor vehicles unlll they are .18 years of age In hearings conducted Wednesday morning In juvenile I'onrl. Judge Wild Look the driver's licenses of Ihe youths, who are l(i and 17 years of age, at the lime he ordered Uumi nut to drive u- gnln until they are 111.- Jlu also instructed the youths thai they must abide by oil regu- jnvcnllo probation officer during their yoar'x probation. They had been held in the Cnsx county Jail since Ihelr arrest last Saturday night Ijy Iliu sheriffs deji/irtmenl.. City Starts Budget Work Preparation of eivli city budget esllmales for 10511 occupies Ihe iil- leiillon of city ofl'li'lals this week. Controller Laura (llasson request- d Llio various department heads to turn in lliclr budget. figures by Wednesday, July II, no preliminary adjiislmonls and Lrlmming enn be accomplished. Mayor Itnlph Kberls and olhiir offlelals will ennl'er on '.lie rc- iiuesls, before lh« budget Is ltiriieil|, sl |i;h a over In Ihu elly eounell, j i- fu[ .\ u There was no Indication whether!^up llm civil elly rale woulil b» In- i>nrliu., erunsi'd or ilecren.inil. The eounell! minHloniM- of lio|)es at. I!"' lime II passed I;iM year's mibslanllal rain hlko Ihal Llio levy could bu reduced llils year. Cfliidy wnnl today lo the Snkul's family home in tho vlllnjio of So- mai;aliiira, but was coldly turned aside/ by Kayoko Sakai. oldest of Mrs. Sakai, wlxi also refused lo let her' deliver n doll 1o •! - year - old Yoriko Sakai. Sho hail hoped ID fiiut out what tho dcmom! in aJwiil. Check State Crop Damage Due To Flood Confen'iu-c of Slnlu nnd Fe<1- crnl Officials Will Decide If I'nrls of Indiana Should IJ« Di.'clnriu! Disji.sli.'i' AriMt INIilANAI'OIJS (111')—Cixiiis In igii areas of Imllnna farmland luiw bi'iMi de.vlroyed liy floods an<l heavy ruins liiu past fnw (ln.w, a umleri'iK-e of slaiij ami feiioral iovernini-nlal ami «grlcuH.urnl Icadera was told today. leaders me! lo dhiniiH whether pin-Is of Indlnim should b« dfcJmrrol a dlsnsli'i- urea by Agriculture Hoereliiry Kara 'IVift Unison, No decision on whrthor lo ask 'ilni'nl (ieslgii'iil.lon wn.l Inimeillnlely but. llm •d U. (iov. Crawford ir. acting na Indiana I'om- Carroll Talent Acts Picked for District ncl.i have been jilckwl lo r«pre- senl Carroll (Jiainl.y al, a dLslrlcl Tlmy are a piano daiil, pcrfoi'm- I'd by llnrlinrii nnd Myrn Sim Johnson of WiiHliliiKlon lown.'ililp; a roildlna liy Kll/.alielh l"iwe of Waslilntiton luwiwlilp; a lap dnnei! by Marilyn Purler, Maillrion township. All.iirnal.e nel won 11 Klrl's (liini'liil of Judy lloshnw, Collcea 'UnlliM-y, Hiinnli! Maxwell, anil Mary .luim l''l.'ilier. IKE OPPOSES— quires Uml tills iinllon try to iHKlursliuid bolh sides In ciinlro. Visrslen mieh as llm I'Vfnch-Algo- n (llfl|iul« Iiwk'/Kl of. lining up wllh one of I hum, Ho jiald I'he IJnlUxi Kl.nles must, try txi b« de- c«ul lo all nnd nol Inlie siilen. —Opposed making II. mnndiiiory lliai any lulure loleeaiil in this country by (Jommunlsl Iwnlers be sulimlllod in ailvain;o lo the .'»'<•• roltity of stnlo «nd head of Dm Ciciiti-nl , Intelligence Agency. ll(! said thai would iillgn mi wllh eounlrlcs which i.-onlrol Llm pnwu al tlm nxpense of Its fri'iuloni. -Kald lie hopes giivurnmenl Hpi.Midl.ng 141 Mm eiirronl fiscal year will iMl. uxceeil Ills Januury e.ill- mftto of $7I,HW,000,(KM. He mild Iho adiViliiWnillon Is drying Lo tut K, SllggClit tliai "(lol'lnlli! flgui-i's" bu eolUt-Unl lo .siipporL any appeal. Dnll'iille flgtn'eii were lacking, 1ml soiiUorud re|>orls presi-nlwl » gloomy picture. Ni'iu-ly "<!i>ni)il«lii I.IWR" I,,N, Rohm Is, chairman <>t Mifl Stole AgHciilUn-al Sl.abll/.atli>a and Oonswvalilon CommltlM, said "from Ihe rcporU Ihal. wo linvo find, II liKllcnlc.s llm! som» coini- llrs ai'i! nlninitl n com|)li't« Ions." M.K. Di'i-rk-k, of llio ASC, said |.ln> hnrili'.il hit. iirww nernird lo bo In n liO-mlle-wlde slrlp of fnrm- lauil extending from Tern: llnirtn on UMI wrNi lo I'orllaml on Ilia mini. Don'k'k sidd nhiiul in 001111- l!c» were luiril hll and HID number mlglil. rUo lo M MS fl<ioil crests' move dowivitroani, A n.'porl from Owen County said 5.IKHI ac'rcs of corn, 2,5(10 iM*rc» i>f soyheaim, 500 IKTIM of wheal and 2,000 iifri's of onl.-i and liny wnr* dcittroyi'd. Vlgo ('ounty Agent A,l>. Lui>rii nakl about half of Iho Vlgn County eorn and iioybiiiin crops .W<M-» "losl," lie Kalil only abimt IM) lo dft pur cdiil of the normal ncrcng* wa« planted, Three New Stations Give Portable Radios : Six of llio ciiHloiiiiirs who nt- lendeil I hi' opening of the Ilirno new Cnlf ,S'(-rvJcu sladmm In l,o- Riiiisporl will receive porlnbln rn- illos, 11 was nniKiiineitil Unlay. They are; Mrn, Mvenill Crockett, <li Four- teoni.li struct, Jnhn llowmnn, XllO neorgc sd-cot, II. W, Smllh. IK* Went Wnbniih, l.'loni lluwklnn. Ifi21. li'asl Urondway, W, Spunenr. rout i! 1, BurnullitvlUn, and Hill Wleaml, J-IM Usher slreet. SALE CALENDAR July ]0—Mr, Mcdford Flora Ralph Rlnohnrt & Sonn July 13—ROHU Myont Ent Wuldron

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