Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on December 2, 1949 · Page 12
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Page Two GREENSBURG (IND.) DAILY NEWS Friday, December 2, 1949. CIRCUIT COURT In the complaint for divorce filed by Mary C. Bowling against Nathan Cowling, the plaintiff's evidence was heard r.:id the case was continued for further evidence by the defendant. In the complaint for damages filed by 'Lcona Louden against the Indiana Gas and Water Com- Inc., the defendant was pany, ruled to Dec. 8. In the complaint nswer on or before for damages the Indiana Gas pany. Inc., the filed by Carter S. Bates against ;nd Water Corn- defendant was ruled to answer on or before Dec. 8. Frances M. Hardcbeck, executor oi' the estate of the late Louis Hardebeck, filed schedule for determination of inheritance tax. / Warn Motorists: * Don't Let Death Take Your Holiday Chicago, Dec. 2.—"Don't Let Death Take Your Holiday!" That is the slogan of a nationwide council to hold down the Christ- <!"« * y **™?°??^\™ waiting to see if a myster^ Phone Calls Revive Missing family Link (By International News Service) | Indianapolis, Dec. 2.—Indiana i claimed he dumped the bodies state police and Sheriff Walter J of the three persons in the of Harrison county, ous telephone caller claiming to * In the complaint atory judgment file for declar- :1 by Malcolm M. Scdam, and others, against the city of Grecnsburg, the defendant was r'jled to answer on or before Doc. 8 or be defaulted. mas-New Year holiday accident * fa rf . ^ E toll this year. Codncil figures show the yearend holiday season is the most dangerous period of the year, and that accidents annually mar the holiday celebration in thousands of homes throughout the nation. In a united effort to focus public attention on the extra holiday hazards and the extra caution needed to meet them, city and state officials, civic groups, I local safety councils and 160 national organizations are joining with the council in the Christmas safety campaign. lish, Ind., family, will arrive in their offices today as he promised. The mysterious individual identified himself as a former cellmate of William D. Messamore, who now is serving a 28- year term for bank robbery and jail escape in the federal penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kas. The caller said his name was Wilbur Funk, formerly of New Albany. Funk said he served a term for manipulating ship's funds while he was a steward in the The The council pointed out that j United States merchant marine, traffic accident deaths on ,both The man alleged in his tele- Christmas eve and Christmas day phone conversations that Messa- run about tw-ice as many as the!™ore told him of the slaying of a- | annual daily average. Heavier Thomas Vandiver, 30, his wife, Union Trust Company,!, . „, ,. tn . ; * ... „. Beatrice. 44. and Vandiver's administrator of the estate of the James B. PvIcLaughlin. filed inventory and appraisement of personal property and it was approved by iho court. A schedule for the determination of inheritance tax was also filed by the administrator. travel and the festive spirit of the holiday season add to the normal winter hazards of bad weather, slippery roads and added hours of darkness. Beatrice, 44, and Vandiver's stepdaughter, Wanda Johnson, 16, while they were living at the Messamore farm home near English, Ind., last January. 1JUU1& UJ. U<11 JVIlCr>;». ° > ' " "Every family in America Their own home had burned to In the complaints for damage|., led by Ivan JJ-uane Beaver, Da-i should put one extra gift under its Christmas tree this year," said Ned H. Dearborn, president of filed vid Lee Beaver and Ivan L. |. Beaver against Ec!a Marie Hunt- ' er, the defendant filed in abatement and the i filed demurrers to answers abatement. That ft js ufe i could be the life of some mem- the ground. Funk apparently made at least river eight miles west of Corydon. The sheriff said he would drag the Ohio river near the spot. j Messamore was questioned byl Indiana officials about the dis-j appearance of Mr. and Mrs. Vandiver and Wanda Johnson while he was a prisoner in the Harrison county jail at Corydon. He escaped from the jail March 14 and was recaptured atj Brandenburg, Ky., but escaped again from a Paducah, Ky., jail June 15. In the Paducah escape, Messamore critically wounded the jailer's son. The fugitive was again recaptured in Princeton, Ky., and was sentenced for the robbery of a Kevil, Ky., bank, and the jail breaks. Much effort has been made to solve the disappearance of the English, Ind., family, including a minute search of Messamore's home and farm, which disclosed only the body of Vandiver's dead dog, and burned clothing identified as belonging to Vandiver. Messamore always has denied any blame for the unsolved dis- six calls from Chicago yester- appearances,__ first reported by day. Captain John Barton, chief of state police detectives, said Qf the householdj O r of stranger . But it will be saved • a a man giving that name talked ., to him about the missing fami- answer cause someone has used just a'ly, and promised to come to In- P-iai.nt.lu3 i;n-7 rt ^ v +^o n .M,+; n ,-, ,™ mm rt™ Mianannlis tndav and talk In relatives of Vandiver. in Spanking of Wives Apparently Legal (By International News Service] Lakewood. Colo.. Dec. 2.— Colorado husbands apparently have the legal right to discipline their wives vith spankings. Johnson ap- little extra caution, common I dianapolis today and talk to sense and courtesy to meet holiday hazards. him. Sheriff Baxley, to whom the "Unless everyone is willing to'caller talked at length, said go to a little trouble by taking!Funk promised to come to Cory- extra care during the Christmas don after stopping'in Indianap- holiday season, America is likely to celebrate the holiday re- olis. Other telephone calls, not so detailed but seemingly made peating the record-breaking car- by the same person, were re- nage of the recent Labor Day-,ported by the federal bureau of holiday disaster, when more than investigation in Chicago, two 550 persons were killed by need- j Chicago newspapers and one Inless accidents. "Remember—a safe Christmas dianapolis newspaper. In his telephone conversation pearecl in district court in Lake- i celebration, free from accidents] with Sheriff Baxley, the man Seek Holdup Man Who Loves Coffee (By International News Service) Washington, Dec. 2.—The law is looking for a holdup man who loves coffee. Mrs. Loli A. Stewart, 50, of nearby Silver Spring, Md., reported she was robbed of $3.09 by a man who forced his way into her kitchen at gunpoint. After 'lie took her money, she said, he placed his pistol on the table and sat down to drink three cups of coffee from the a divorce from her rounds of physical cruelty. She cited wood .seekin husband on and mental a "hard blow to her back" administered by her husband as proof of the "cruelly." Johnson's attorney, however, described the "blow" as only a "hard spanking" ssserledly given because toe husband wanted his wife to stay at home and at- tend._1o.h,pr household duties.. And JIK.KC E. L. Regsniter awarded on interlocutory decree to the husband, per Sten Johnson on a cr;.-;---? rcmnlaint. Try a Daily News want ad. Realty Transfers Billy Joe and Mary Alberta Overton. to _Ed. C. and Rose C. Overtoil, property in the E. L. i Floyd's addition to Greensburg. Marion school township to Russell J. Hardebeck, property in the J. H. Hardebeck's addition to Millhousen. 'ALMBERT'S —i that mar family happiness at this known as Funk said Messamore Ipot on the stove, joyous time of the year, is the very best present anybody can give or receive. Don't let death take your holiday!" Dr. Richard R. Kannally REGISTERED PODIATRIST Announces the opening of an office for the treatment . _ of .all foot ailments ,^ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10 AT THE TAYLOR HOTEL,'GREENSBURG PHONE 8971 LET US FILL YOUR ORDER WITH SPECIAL BENZ AND KINGAN You'll enjoy their fine quality and flavor. JOE MEYER, OUR BUTCHER, SAYS: "EAT BETTER MEAT AND YOU'LL FEEL BETTER — LIVE LONGER" PHONE 7111. for That ^Priceless Look DECATUR COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Core's simulated pearls treasured by discerning women for their exquisite beauty and elegance. One, two, three and four strand in various lengths 1-2-3-4 strand. OUR CHRISTMAS SPECIAL BE THRIFTY—ENROLL IN OUR 1950 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB—Such a fund provides money to purchase gifts, money, for year-end bills, reserves for future needs. Pay a stated sum for 50 weeks and receive this sum plus interest in December, 1950. A Streamliner For The- litt/e Fellow!. Mechanical Whistling Blue Streak PASSENGER TRAIN It has a real whistle! Has a clockspring motor, '' governor and brake. Two passenger cars, ob- " ; serration car. 155" oval track- GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE i WEST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 8441 Public Responds To Girl's Appeal To Pray for Her (By International News Service) Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 2.—A public touched by a child's faith responded today to the appeal of a pretty, 10-year-old Tennessee farm girl for prayer to save her right hand from amputation. Blonde Betty Marbury, who lives on a farm near Brownsville, Tenn., is suffering from what her doctor calls a malignant lesion. Yesterday she listed her troubles and hopes in a poignant letter to The Memphis Commercial-Appeal The child wrote: "I am now undergoing X-ray treatment at the Baptist hospital in Memphis for an infection of my right hand. My doctor says he fears he will have to amputate my hand to stop the infection. "I want those v,;ho may read this letter ... to pray that I may not have to lose my hand and that I may soon completely recover. I believe the Lord will answer their prayers." In her letter Betty asked the newspaper to notify her father, Clay, if there were any charges for publishing it. The Commercial-Appeal printed the letter with a note to Betty which read: "The 'charges' for publishing your letter . . . were prepaid long ago and far away on a hill called Calvary." And the paper offered its prayer for the fifth grader in an editorial which said: O Lord, who healed the leper and raised up Lazarus from the dead, heal, too, and protect this believing, gentle child." From the public came telephone calls and promises of Illinois Reports Sub-Zero Weather (By International News Service) Chicago, Dec. 2.—The season's first sub-zero wave hit Illinois today, sending the mercury plunging to three below at Rockford and 10.6 above in Chicago. However, forecasters said the temperature would climb to a comfortable 36 degrees later.to-1 day, with sunny skies expected to melt most of the snow which blanketed Chicago yesterday. At least five persons have died as a result of the snow, which covered^ streets and highways and left as much as seven inches in suburbs. A bull needs lots of exercise to help him keep in top breeding condition over a long period of time. Alloxv at least one acre of pasture for each cow. In some areas this might be more than necessary. I GREENSBURG HIGH SCHOOL 1950 TOWER TREE ANNUAL ORDERS BEING TAKEN NOW CALL HIGH SCHOOL BETWEEN 8:00 A. M. AND 3:00 P. M. AFTER SCHOOL. CALL 22512 Says Worms Found in ' Lady's Wrist Watch Rocky Ford, Dec. 2.—Jerome Falen, a Rocky Ford watchmaker, thinks he's seen everything now in the watch cleaning business. Falen, repairman at the Bass | Jewelry Store, opened a lady's, small wrist watch and found three worms in the works. One of the invaders was still alive Falen said he thought the worms crawled down the stem of the watch while the owner was.working in her garden. He is keeping the worms in a small bottle so he can prove his story. prayer. The Brownsville Baptist church planned to offer special prayers this Sunday. Betty, one of five Marbury children, first felt pain in the middle of her right hand about two months ago. She was taken to a physician when the finger! began to swell. i The X-ray treatments were | recommended. The doctor says he expects to perform surgery in January and added that the outcome is in doubt. SEITZ'S MENU SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 ROAST TURKEY COUNTRY STYLE FRIED CHICKEN BAKED PORK TENDERLOIN ROAST. BEEF BAKED HAM Assorted Vegetables, Salads, Fruits and Desserts SEITZ RESTAURANT AND HIS STAUION, "BIACK JACK agSfe "ith EPPY WAUJR . CAH. PflVIS GHOST OF ZORRO KICKING THE CROWN AROUND WARNER BROS. RE-RELEASE FOUL HUNTING directed by .. WILLIAM KEIGHLBf ICE KIDS GENUINE CANADIAN BALSAM Christmas Trees WHY PAY A BIG PRICE FOR YOUR TREE? LOOK AT THESE PRICES 4 FT. _______ _______________ ,. 75c 6 FT ____________________________ 1.25 8 FT _______ _____________________ 1.50 10 FT _________________ 2.25 BUY, OR ORDER NOW Dramatic Dynamite ... READY TO EXPLODE! George Raff-George Brent Randolph Scott Joan Blondell' VIRGINIA FIELD • DOIORES MORAN ANN HARDING DIZZY ACROBAT REALM OF THE REDWOOD LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BULK CHRISTMAS CANDIES 1 I I BRACK'S CHOCOLATE DROPS lb. 25c | AFTER-DINNER MINTS 2 Ibs. 35c V LARGE HERSHEY BARS ..each 19c | FACIAL TISSUE, finest quality, 400's 23c ORANGE JUICE 4G-oz. can 27c VAN CAMP PORK AND BEANS, No. 2 can 2 for 29c NAVY BEANS 3 Ibs. 28c CHOICE MEATS OF ALL KINDS FRESH PICNIC HAMS, whole Ib. 29c COOKED PICNIC HAMS, whole : lb. 39c Broadway Market 515 N. BROADWAY. DIAL 6441. RUTH ROMAN-BERT LAHR NEWS EVENTS

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