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STATE HIGHWAY BULLETIN LISTS DERBYROUTES Indiana Roads Are in Good Condition to Carry - Race Traffic. Indiana highways are in first class condition to handle the Kentucky | Derby traffic May 17, according to a state highway department bulletin today. Here is how’ the bulletin advises travelers to avoid detours en route to Churchill Downs: South Bend traffic go over V. 8. 31. open all the way from South Bend to Louisville. Chicago traffic wll find the best route over U. S 41 and 52 to Indianapolis, thence O. 8. 31 to Louisville. Detroit traffic go over U. 8. 112 and U. S. 27 to Ft. Wayne (detour north of Ft. Wayne over paved road) thence on U. 8. 24 to Huntington. 9 to Anderson, then 67 to Indianapolis and U. 8. 31 to Louisville. Toledo traffic go through Ft. Wayne. Anderson, Indianapolis, thence to Louis ville or enter Indiana from Cellna, 0., on No. 67 via Portland, Muncle. Indian apolis and U. S. 31 to Louisville. Cincinnati traffic by using No. 56 through Madison can avoid two detours on U. 8 60. one east of Seymour and the other east of Versailles. St. Louis traffic'probably will find U. S . 50 and 150 the best entrance Into Louis ville, although there Is a detour on U. S. 50 east of Washington, and on U. S. 150 west of West Baden, both in fair condi tion. How ner. No. 62 is open all the way from Eva. .ville to New Albany, fust op posite Louisville. Surface conditions, length and lo cation of detours are shown in the bulletin for the week of May 10-16, as follows: Road 3—Watch for loose stone three miles north of Greensburg. Detour four miles north of Greensburg Is five miles. Bridge run-around one-half mile north of Reiffsburg. Detour five miles north of Bluffton Is seven miles. Road 7—Closed between Wirt and North Vernon. Through traffic detour over state roads. Indianapoils-Madison traffic go via 29. Road 9—Watch for grading gangs be tween Greenfield and Pendleton. Detour south of Columbia City for heavy traffic is five and one-half miles. Light traffic use bridge run-around. Detour from Junc tion of 9 and 6 north of Albion to Rome city Is five miles. Road 11—Run-around three and one-half miles east of Richmond. U. S. Road 24.—Detour one-half mile north fourteen miles east of Monticello to old route to Logansport is 3*4 miles. One way traffic lust east of Peru for 100 feet. Six-mile detour between Wabash and La gro account of paving gap. Detour from Five Points to Ohio line Is seven miles. Road 28—Detour Just west of Tipton. U. S. Road 31—Drive slowly near White land. Road 37—Drive carefully between Need more and Bloomington account unfinished j shoulders and between Sulphur and Paoli. U. S. Road 40—Detour from county line road to 2*4 miles west of Indianapolis Is five miles. Road 43—Detour from Linden to three m!>s north of Romney is seventeen miles. Detour from five mtles north of Lafayette S to Brookston Is eleven miles. Detour just 1 south of Monon is five miles. Detour over \ earth road I*4 miles north of La Crosse |is one mile. Unsuitable for heavy loads in wet weather. Detour one mile north of Wanatah is five miles. Road 45—Traffic drive slowly over new pavement west of Bloomington. U. S. Road 52—Detour from eight miles west of Metamora to Brookville is 18*4 miles, part over No. 1. Cincinnati-Indian apolis traffic use No. 1 from Brookville to U. S. 40, thence on 40 to Indianapolis. Bridge run around near Julietta. Road 67—Detour from three miles north of Lyons to junction of 50 and 67 is six miles. Short detour at north edge of Albany. Short detour in Redkey. KING GEORGE MOVES TO REDUCE EXPENSES Sets Economy Example for Nation j by Reducing Servant Staff. 3u I'nitrrl Prrgs LONDON, May 9.—ln keeping with the current economic depres sion in Great Britain, and probably as an example to his people, King George gradually is reducing the | staff of the royal household at ! Buckingham palace. The need for economy largely has dictated many of the cuts, but aside from the working servants who have been discharged, many of the holders of ancient and orna mental offices also have lost their positions. Not in years has the personnel of the palace been so small. Queen Victoria had four degrees of gentle men ushers. King Edward had three. The present king is content with but Qne. DEER BLOCK TRACKS Herds of 20 or More Seen Wander ing Along Train Right-of-Way. Bu United Peers RHINELANDER, Wis., May 9. Cowcatchers on trains operating in this section of Wisconsin may have to be replaced by “deer catchers" in the opinion of railroad men who report that herds of twenty or more der are often seen wandering along the tracks. Apparently unafraid of the puffing locomotive, the deer gaze calmly at the passing trains as they speed through the wooded country. GUARD AGAINST FLOOD Montana Replaces Culverts With Small Spans as Precaution. Bu United Press WIBAUX, Mont., May 9, Taught in Mother Nature’s grim school of “trial and error,” state and private interests are busily en gaged in reconstruction of bridges and replacing culverts with small spans. All of which will prevent recur rence of the Wilbaux flood disaster of 1929. a debacle that claimed three lives and caused heavy dam age. y FISH CATCH IS FATAL Too Much Exertion Required to Land Eight-Pound Bass. Bw United Press VI NIT A, Okla., May 9.—W. B. Coley, while fishing on Spavinaw lake, landed an eight-pound bass. Exertion required kd bringing this fighter ashore brewht about a heart attack fronypnh Coley died wthin % few Jyjjr m. Charges Libel r — t" | Because 6 jury at Rolla, Mo., failed to agree, the Rev. Paul Bennett <below) evangelist faces another trial on a charge of crim inally libeling Miss Olive Warren (above) teacher at Newburg, Mo., by circulating pamphlets which, she charges, intimated that she smoked cigarets and drank intox icants. The minister’s defense in part was that statements that a woman smokes are not libelous in this modern age. LAD, 6, WEIGHS 200 Massachusetts Boy Has Chance of “Being Big” Man When Grown. Bu I'nited Prrss SALEM, Mass., May 9.—George Tetrault is going to be a big man when he grows up. He’s only six years old now but he already weighs 200 pounds. His father weighs only 145 and his mother even less than that, and at birth George weighed a mere nine and a half pounds. DIAMONDS DIAMOND Ladies’ Jeweled Wrist Watch wto . Perfectly set Diamonds In pierced A very exquisite model Wrist Watch in a A mmt price—Diamond of larger size set and engraved mountings of rare very lovely case. Movements are accurate $ in is ‘ kt - solid white sold mount originality and charm; 18-kt. and dependable. Fully guaranteed. Com- Sms' sffir mg. white gold mounting. plete with metal bracelet Jpfl JELa $ 1 Weekly! 7S° Weekly! PAY 50c WEEKLY! . “ ONLY 75c DOWN! BHHHnI S S IOO —A gorgeous creation in the mod- Trtilv a beautiful ring -ct with |fiM L.C~ lif 1 KgLjjjmjgHji) ern la<M '‘ e —flashing Diamonds sot three sparkling Diamonds of ex- \gfl \ l^ in hand-engraved IS-kt. solid white ls-'kc 'solid''white^oid™ ountID * : 13 CS\IIA HC ruAn SOld mounting -75c Weekly f SQUARE SHOP $1 Weekly! 7 OPEN SATURDAY MC.HT UNTIL O’CLOCK Open Saturday fejght I Open Saturday Night vatu s •'OjflL Open Evenings by Appointment—Call RI. 9158 lnm 9 oCIO<:k BLUE FAVORITE HUE OF PRINCESS MARY Taste for Delicate Shade of Color Extended to New Home. BU Vnitrd Prrgg LONDON, May 9.—Princess Mary’s taste for the delicate shade - ... .- . • ~ .■ ..v.v... s • * ,J , . . . J ’ •* \ v :.’ '; & V" Flowers Telegraphed to Mother Op SI.OO to Blooming Rose Bush , $7.50 Geranium Plants Beautiful Container > THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES of blue which she has done so much to popularize among British women extends even to her new home, Harewood house. In the house, recently decorated under the princess’ own supervision, the shade of blue predominates. Princess Mary’s ideas of the ideal home are distinctly modern, and as a result several walls have been re moved in Harewood house to pro vide lighter, larger and airier rooms. During the course of rebuilding the princess has made at least three trips a week to Harewood house to supervise the work. One of the principal interests is the nursery on the top floor, also painted blue, where her two little sons will play. Tiny hunting scenes will decorate the nursery walls. Jamaica originally a snamed Xay maca, meaning “Land of Wood and Water.” AN INDIANAPOLIS INSTITUTION—EMPHATICALLY INDEPENDENT ART SAYS: Verbal Claims Jfc Don’t Mean ART ROSE jji Tit Sole Owner and Opera- S3 I■S H B B H tor of the Rose Tire fbny MILLER TIRES ARE GUARANTEED IN WRITING TO OUTRUN ANY TIRE P S infli made of equal price. If it doesn't give you more mileage the Rose Tire Company is authorized to make good. • Miller Tires are Meridian .1 Swith Street, Hit, 8355—Convenient Drived. OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS^— 365 DAYS A YEAR Tune in the Rose Tire Buddies each Tuesday evening, from 7 to 8 p. m., Station WKRF. It is a straight fact that Marott shoes wear longer than the average footwear at their price, because only better than average leathers, workmanship and style go into them! Swagger black or tan oxfords . . snappy new sport styles! $3.45! jfj/jPFr cMmott Qjr “Buy Shoes at 18-20 East Washington Street a Shoe Shop ” Special Radio Sale—Saturday Only! FLOOR SAMPLES ' NATION ALLY ADVERTISED VS A Tfc f 1930 MODEL ALL-ELECTRIC JIW tSs U I Vkf $2.00 A WEEK! Tubes"; Install*- to 879.50 Tubes 5 * Instatla- “APEX” Jfl Atwater b Kent J M RADIOS $/l/I .50 RADIOS $/I/I .50 Complete with Disct ntlnued mod- Tubes! Instatla- I I els. Installation I I Your Credit and ‘ J fig never miss the money! q 8 tt’ "s<*rvic7: IUI Across the Street From Courthouse DRUG STORE REPLACED Farmer Seeks to Fill Prescription 25 Years Old; Shop Gone. Bu T'nitrd Press PLATTSBURG. N. Y.. May 9.- —Well pleased with a box of pills .MAY 9, 1930 he had purchased there twenty-five years ago, a farmer returned to have the prescription refilled at the Shedden <fc Booth drug store, only to find a candy shop standing in its place.