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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Anderson, Indiana Page 2 Anderson sunday Herald sunday july 14, 1957 mid year broadloom carpet it la pay you to shop Early in Mcdonald s greatest Learance no matter what your Home furnishing need the tremendous reductions will open your eyes to utterly fantastic values Many one of a kind All limited in Quantity come Early these Are typical examples of the hundreds of phenomenal Sale buys you la find in our spectacular mid year clearance Beautiful furniture for every room in your Home plus your Patio. Lovely timeless colonial and 18th Century styles Brilliant new modern designs in this fabulous clearance event. Shop sundays after Church til 7 . A come in Early for widest selection of styles and and colors suites sectional sofa Turquoise sofa Reg. Now luxurious egyptian Superb dining room values Cotton quilted sofa solid Ash 46-Inch round Extension table with Lazy Suzan and 4 Captain 4 q50 chairs. Reg. 259.50 now Ai Al 8-Pjece French provincial dining room suite mid year Price striking Lawson in fruit Wood by White Furni Ture co. Reg. Now 795 00 foam rubber Reg. Round 48" Maple drop Leaf table and 4 Captain chairs boucle sofa 23950 reduced to mid year special for Only 149 50 full roil-9-ft. Grey Wilton Reg. So. Cd now Bigelow Wilton modern 5-piece dining room suite Formica table 36 x 48 in., 12-inr Extension Leaf 4 tub chairs sliding Glass too door China. Reg. Brilliant contemporary biscuit tufted Berne sofa 19950 Reg. Now tone on Reg. So. Cd. 12-fr. Only now 14 95 cd. Mid year special Rainbow Tweed High Loop carpet completely played and padded 395 so. Cd. While 12 it. Roll lasts sandalwood Wilton Reg. So. Cd. Now 11 50 so. Cd. Mid year clearance genuine Simmons deep sleep mattress or Box Springs with discontinued covers full or twin sizes for Only 2-pc. Sectional bedroom suites 3-piece French Provin Cial fruit Wood suite. 249 foam rubber Turquoise plastic cover Ideal for families with kiddies 50 was Ultra modern Blond Walnut Bookcase bed double Dresser Chest and Nite stand. Reg. 418.00. Mid year Price now 319 forget to shop our remnant def. The size we have May be the size you need. Notice 3-piece modern Dresser Chest and Bookcase bed. Reg. 328.50 Only 4-piece modern twin bed suite twin Bookcase double Dresser and Chest oqq50 Reg. 339.50 Only save on nationally advertised mattress and Box Springs perfect Sleeper mattress or Box Spring nationally advertised 69.50 our Price was now is at statement new Delhi up Roberto Rossellini said saturday Ingrid Bergman s announcement that they were about to resume House keeping in their italian Villa came As a Complete Surprise to him. Rossellini was stricken with influenza saturday night and was ordered to bed by his doctor. This forced him to cancel planned departure for Bombay sunday and a possible reunion with the Indian woman with whom he has been linked romantically. The possibility was raised that his married r Indian Secretary might accompany him when he leaves india., the Indian govern ment reversed an earlier decision and issued a passport to the Gol Den Beauty from East Bengal. Rossellini said he had no know his wife s statement in Rome last saturday that they would be reunited within a month. He said he planned to stay in India time but re fused to disclose his plans. I am not flying to he said. When miss Bergman arrived in Rome with Here daughter Jenny Ann lindstrom7 Friday she was informed by her attorney that he had talked on the Telephone with Rossellini and that the director did not plan to reach Italy until sep tember. Mrs. Sonali Das Gupta 27, wife of Indian film director Hari Das Gupta and Mother of two Small children was refused a passport last May As a result of a petition filed by her husband and father. They said she was preparing to leave the country with Rossellini. State police commence radar crackdown7 announcement has been made that Indiana state troopers have opened an intensive state wide Campaign against excessive Speed to slow traffic mashups. Radar Speed measuring instruments which appear to be Auto and electric timers will be. Used to Cheek conformity with state Speed regulations. Courtesy warnings will be issued to motorists who. Speed through radar control zones during an educational period before arrests Are made state police supt. Harold s. Zeis has announced. Want Drivers to help pre vent tragedy by voluntary compliance with state Speed he said but he promised an enforcement crackdown against those who ignore the Law he pointed out actually protects the Law Abid ing Driver against the deliberate Alexandria infant both Alexandria an infant daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Mesalam jr., died shortly after birth at p. Friday at St. John s Hospital Anderson. The Mother is the former Donna Kay Tolbert of Pendleton and the family lives at 502 w. Washington St. In Alexandria. Surviving in addition to the parents Are one brother Randy seven months old paternal grandparents or. Arid mrs. Joe Mesalam sr., Alexandria material grandparents or. And mrs. John Tolbert of Pendleton paternal great grandmothers mrs. Elizabeth and mrs. Lou both of Indian Apolis the maternal great grandparents or. And mrs. George Tolbert of Fortville and mrs. Wier of Anderson. Prayer services were conducted saturday afternoon at. The Karl m. Kyle funeral Home with the Rev. George Calhoun pastor of the first Baptist officiating. Grayes de rites followed in the every. Anderson obituaries eight county students to journalism talks eight Madison county students will attend the yearbook Divis Ion of the uth annual High school journalism Institute at Indiana University july 21 mrs. Huffman was born at Al through aug. 2. Special a or. And Grams have been designed for the journalism aspirants under the directorship of prof. Gretch Eri Kemp of the i. U. Journal ism department. Jane Huffman l mrs. Wife of Ernest Wyatt scatter Field at p. No sat urday at St. Johns Hospital after an extended illness those sessions slated to from this attend the county in Virginia loses court Battle on integration Richmond a. Up the . 4th circuit court of appeals saturday struck Down Virginia s Pupil placement act the Forward Wall of the state s legislative de lenses against Public school Inte Gration. The three member court did not Rule specifically that the place ment act was unconstitutional by itself but held unanimously that together with 1 other sate Laws the act was a dead end Street for Negros seeking to enter White schools. Archibald g. Robertson an at Torney for the state said the Rul clude Ann Adams Becky Smith Dan motto Linda Stires All of Anderson High school Judith Ann Seely Martha Mangas and Martha Darrow All of the w Dell l. Wilkie High school Elwood and Joan Alley of Pendle ton High school. Mrs. Ralph Jackson and had lived her entire life in Madison county she married or. Huff Man in 1949. Survivors include the husband the father Ralph Jackson Elwood a brother Ralph Jackson jr., Elwood and three Sisters mrs. Jennie Dietzer mrs. Joan Smith and mrs. June Smith All of Elwood. The body was taken to the Fisher Brothers funeral Home at Lapel. Funeral. Arrangements Are incomplete. Ing would be appealed to the . Supreme court just As fast As we can Appeal the placement act was passed by the Virginia legislature last fall As part of gov. Thomas b. Stanley s no integration pro Gram. It set up a three Man Board to assign students to specific schools and provided for appeals from the Board s rulings to be taken through the governor to the state courts. The placement act did not men Tion race or color but other Laws enacted at the same time provided for the withholding of state funds of. Integrated schools and the Osing of White schools which admitted negroes. The appellate court s ruling up eld decrees made by . Dis Rich judge Walter e. Hoffman ordering Newport news va., and a Folk va., to end segregation n their schools by aug. 15. The ruling also declared there no reason to Call a special free judge Federal court to de Ide the constitutionality of the Richland and Union bureaus will meet Coonville. The Richland township farm Bureau will meet with the Union township Bureau on monday at 8 p. At the High land school. Lunch will be furnished. Parents Are urged to Aring children for the pet and Hobby club meeting. Mrs. Joe Jones is ill at. Her Home on it. 2, Anderson. Mrs. Byron Thompson Elaine and Bryan Thompson have re turned to their Home in Tyler mrs. Viola Lamb mrs. Viola Lamb 66, died at a. Saturday at her Home 2232 Sherman St., after an illness of one year. Born sept. 30, 1890, at blounts Vilie mrs. Lamb was a daughter of Boylston and Ida Richardson. She came Here from Farmland about 10 months ago. She had owned and operated a restaurant and filling station at Carlos for 17 years. S survivors include a daughter mrs. Ardeth Hurley Lynn a son Raymond Lamb Anderson a sister mrs. Aldah Bauer an Derson a brother Maxie Rich Ardson new Castle nine grand mrs. Leafy Noble mrs. Wayne Eppard and mrs. John Poland called on miss Lissa Harrison recently. Miss Harrison is ill at her Home on it. 2, Alexandria. David Ellis has received his army discharge after a year in Germany. _ or. And mrs. Paul Noble entertained wednesday evening in Honor of the birthday of Carolyn Noble. Guests included or. And mrs. Marion Hofherr Mary Lou 50 Beautiful curved Arm 2-piece living room suite 39950 striking. Modern 3-pc. Curved sectional shrimp metallic cover foam rubber cushions was 499.50 now 439 50 this is not a special Purchase using Only discontinued deep sleep cover. This is the genuine deep sleep mattress. Three Miles South of quil Tress mattress or Spring. Nationally Adver sized 79.50. Our Price upholster Anderson Mcdonalds showrooms inc. Children. Friends will be received after 2 o clock this afternoon at the Brown and Butz funeral Home where funeral rites will be con ducted monday at a. M., with the Rev. Harvey Homburg of Farmland officiating. Burial will be in memorial Park cemetery. And mrs. Bob mrs. Vella West funeral services for mrs. Veil a a West .62, 1512 Noble St., who and family. Birthdays of Carolyn Noble and Janie Clendenin were recently honoured by mrs. Leafy Noble who entertained the fam Ilies of Howard l. Noble Fred Noble jr., Charles Noble Paul Noble Jerry Swinford Ernest Smith David Ellis mrs. Violetta Ellis mrs. Viola Clendenin and placement act As defense attorneys. Requested by mrs. Byron Harry Moore Thompson also Orville Ronnen . May not Send minister to Hungary Washington we the United tales is expected to cancel the appointment of Edward t. Wailes As american minister to Hungary. Cancellation of Waile s appoint ment would be the latest Ameri an slap at the hungarian communist regime. relations since he soviet supported Kadar re Gime took Over has been marked y frequent arguments and. Denunciations. Wailes a former assistant Sec teary of state left Budapest in february after spending 17 weeks Here. He never presented his credentials to the red regime of. Pre Mier Janos Kadar. It could have regarded the presentation As american recognition. Reen 89-year old senator improving Washington up sen. Theodore Francis Green 89, was reported making an excellent recovery saturday at Bethesda my naval Hospital after col lapsing at a diplomatic party Fri Day night. The Hospital said Green oldest Man Ever to serve in Congress suffered from a very mild Case of heat exhaustion. The Rhode Island Democrat will remain in for two or three Days to have his annual physical Check up. Green an habitual party goer collapsed at a reception at the Pakistan embassy. An aide said Washington s Sticky 90 degree Berg and Leo Dilday. Miss Jerry Hensley and Joyce Kay Noble left by plane from Indianapolis the first of the week for a two week visit with or. And mrs. Howard Widener and fam ily at Miami Fla. Dismissals dismissed from St. John s hos Pital were Louis stickler 1320 St. Re 67 e. Mrs. Irene Littell it. 3. Richard Etchison it. 5. Mrs. Mae Grume 338 w 37th St. Clem Woods 1814 Cedar St. Chester roads 2614 Merid Ian St. Mrs. Mary Lou Koontz More land. Major Baker it. 2. Jacob Leckron 1516 Walton St William Hancock 2111 Merid Ian St. Perry Knipe Pendleton. Orville Sheward rt.-5. George Noe Fortville. Kenneth Bronnenberg Muncie mrs. Violet Whipple 328 St re. 67 w. Mrs. Lenora Spaulding 211 e Vineyard St. Mrs. Vera Coon 501 w. 14th St mrs. Ruth Lindley Alexandria mrs. James Turner and son 2718 Monroe St. Mrs. Charles Lindamood an son Forteville. Mrs. Edward Smith and son 2632 Terhune ave. Mrs. John Corbin and son or Chard Lane trailer it. Mrs. Victor Davis and son Alexandria. Mrs. John Trice and daughter 901 Myers ave. Temperatures apparently got the better of the Veteran senator. Financier drowns Block Island r. I., Fol a. Edward financier and Long Island society figure drowned Friday night when he fell As he was boarding a yacht on a reunion cruise with Harvard classmates. Macdougall 60, of Locust Ley n. Y., tumbled into deep water As he scaled a ladder from a Dinghy to Board the yacht Cotton Blossom in in new Harbor Here. Mrs. George Emmons an daughter 2508 e. 4th St. Mrs. Ernest Hutchison an daughter Alexandria. Mrs. Jackie Heflin and Daugh Ter 224 w. Oak St. Mrs. Margaret Allen 2424 to ton St. Miss Patricia Fredericks 52 Hanover or. Guy Sanford it. 1. Miss. Elaine Goen 515 i Coin St. Clifford Roger Pendleton Garland Parks 2126 Jac son St. De thursday morning at St. Ohn s Hospital conducted t p. Today at the Baker rothers funeral Home by the eve. Marvin Hartman former associate pastor of the Park lace Church of god. Burial will e in Prairie Baptist cemetery ear Lapel. Friends May Call at in funeral Home. Vlad son and nearby counties loss Seward x for loss Seward 72, Charlottesville to died thursday will be con acted at 2 p. Sunday in the valorous c. Rector funeral Home Markleville. Burial will be i the Mccray cemetery w5i Inson. Friends Are being receive d in the funeral Home. Villiam f. Curtis f. Cur is 83, died saturday at his Omert. 1, Fortville he was born in Hancock coun y on feb. 17, 1374, a son of Ilisha and Temperance Curtis. Or 32 was wire chief or Independent Telephone com Anies around Greenfield arid Ranklin then for eight years e was with the Bell Telephone system. Or. Curtis was a member of he masonic Lodge 207, Fortville. Brother do j. G. Curtis of fort Ille one sister mrs. Ella Bell f Fortville three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Friends will be received after a. Sunday in the Paul c. Cory funeral Home Fortville. Services will be conducted in the funeral Home at 10 a. Tues Day b the Rev. L. Metcalf Miler of the Fortville Christian Church. Burial will be in gravel Lawn cemetery. Anonymous donor assists Treasury Buffalo n. Ery City Treasury should have an Anonymous donor such As Buffalo s or. it might help them keep out of the red. One week the unknown contributor sent in a Check for this was followed the next week by a second Check. An accompanying note read for general fund sent last there was nothing to identify the sender other than the signature or. cily treasurer Lucy a. Curley said she had no idea what the person was trying to straighten out but mighty Happy he s honest enough to admit a previous s1

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