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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 35

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 23, 1960
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, I960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSFORT, INDIANA PAGE ELEVEN MIGsSeen Around Cuba By LEWIS GUL1CK WASHINGTON (AP) - Several reports have reached Washington of the sighting of Communist- made MIG fighter planes in the area of Cuba. U.S. officials.said Saturday they have not yet obtained conclusive evidence that such jet warplanes from the Communist bloc have arrived in Cuba, but experts believe it likely. . '• If proof is obtained in time, the United States may include it in material used at the United Nations to counter Cuba's pending charges of aggression by the United States. Word also has been received here of mass shipments of arms to Cuba, mainly from Czechoslovakia, for the pro-Communist regime of Prime Minister Fidel Castro. Shipments over the past few months are said to include rifles, machine pistols, mortars, artillery up to medium weight field pieces, ammunition and helicopters. Exact amounts are not known here. The arms cargoes have been unloaded from ships under heavy security, including use of the Soviet ship crews instead of Cuban longshoremen. Reports of MIG sightings given most credence have been of planes in the air over Cuba and adjacent waters. One-airline pilot, who said he got a good close view, described the MIG as having no markings. Another sighting, unconfirmed, was over the Bahamas. ""-'. Adjustment Is Over, Swing To Up Side Coming By STERLING F. GREEN HOT SPRINGS, Va. (AP)-Secretary of the Treasury Robert B Anderson told 100 top industrial ists Saturday the country has Substantially completed a business adjustment almost painlessly, and now can anticipate a period of sustainable growth. : Anderson 'spoke to 'the Commerce Department's Business Advisory Council at its fall meeting here with high government officials. The council was told Friday that national output, which dipped last quarter, woUld rise to. a record rate of. about ?508 billion a year this quarter. - The secretary declined to make so -positive a prediction, saying it was impossible to tell the exact week or month in which an economic turn would come., But he told reporters, In a briefing ses sion after the closed council meeting: "The indications are for an increase — we cannot say how soon. "But there is no reason to be other than optimistic over the outlook for the next few months. The outlook gives a basis for both the short-term and long-term belief that a period of sustainable growth is ahead." AIR STRIKE BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) - A strike of maintenance crews grounded flights of the Colombian airline Avianca Saturday, forcing homeward bound members -of the Inter-American Press Association :to switch to other airlines. AUCTION Thursdoy, Oct. 27 & Friday, Oct. 28 Beginning at 10:00 a.m. (CST) and Continuing Thru Each Day and Evening Until Sold, : On The Premises of : ETNA GREEN, INDIANA Inventory Value f200,060.10 Real Estate To Sell THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, PROMPTLY AT 2:00 p.m. (CST) Inspection .$ days prior to. sale.: DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE: . Two stories 29' x 90' with one story annex 12' x 28'. Office and sample room occupies approximately 1100 square feet, DESCRIPTION OF REAL ESTATE: Entire building (including the driveway) is enclosed. The first floor is 68' x 90' (including 16' x 90' driveway). Second floor covers 57' x 90' portion of this area; There is a freight elevator to the second, floor. . . • • .. : Enclosed storage 20'x 17'. : '•• . , Open storage 20' x 111' (with projecting roof to protect lumber). There are three heating units: Hot \vater system (coal firqd), for office. . Coal furnace (with forced air circulation) to heat glazing and work room (approximately MOO square feet). Coal furnace (with forced air circulation) to heat entire mill area. Enclosed storage 23- x 35' (with projecting roof to protect lumber. Open storage 23'x51' Enclosed storage 17'x85' ,. . ; , Mill (with inside storage for mill stock (59' x 77' with 8' x 25' extension. Closed bin 8' x 10' for 'dust collecting system. All sizes shown above Eire approximate exterior measurements. This property has adjoining streets or highways on three sides; North: Federal Highway—West: State Highway—South: Street. Office Equipment Glass Automatic Fountains Building Supplies Ceilings Sash Doors Used Tools k Equip't.. Trucks Lumber Sheathing Asbestos Paneling Mouldings Windows Frames Roofing &'Bldg. Paper Metal Insulation Flooring Boards Hardware Gates ' Machinery Sidings . Nails Miscellaneous Auctioneers Note: Attention buyers! Merchandise to be sold on Oct. 27 will be lumber and real estate. Evening sale .will sell hardware, nuts, nails, bolts, aluminum windows and doors. Merchandise to be sold on Oct. 28 will be all plant machinery, trucks, office equipment, and all other merchandise on hand: Will continue throughout the day and evening until all is sold. Etna Green, Indiana is located on US Highway 30,' 12 miles west of Warsaw, Indiana, and 12 miles east ot Plymouth, Indiana. A large airport also at Warsaw, Indiana, 10 minutes from airport to sale. Motels are located in Warsaw and Plymouth, Indiana. Be sure and make motel and hotel reservations early for you are in a large business industrial manufacturing area. Make plans, now to attend this great auction. I am' sure you will not be disappointed. TERMS: CASH ' ....... : ; : . All buyers responsible for merchandise as soon as sold. This : Sale Conducted By: HAROLD REISERT AUCTION SERVICE . 12 North 9th Street , Richmond, Indiana Phones 26310 - 23686 Contact us for open 'sale dates.' A Nationwide Service Harold Reisert and Staff, Auctioneers For a sate bill listing all- of the items to be sold, contact the auctioneers. TheCHIROPRACTOR-dnci^ Results Proye Their Worth Results obtained with the use of the neurocalometer and x-ray prove their worth. They enable the Chiropractor to deliver modern, scientific Chiropractic health service ~io his patients. The neurocalometer is; a scientific instrument that locates accurately the point of sDinal nerve interference by registering comparative neat readings along the Jspine. The x-ray shows the'exact position of the spinal vertebrae so that the Chiropractor is able to determine exactly how the adjustment must be given to correct the nerve interference. After, the Chiropractic ad : justment has been given for the purpose of correcting- nerve interference, another reading along'the spine with the neurocalometer provides accurate knowledge as to whether the interference has been corrected. ' With x-ray equipment the Chiropractor is able to produce on film a shadow photograph of the spine, called a spinograph. Scientific analysis* of this spinograph provides the Chiropractor with vital" information in giving the adjustment. husband has worked -under social security as a salesman. He now is partly disabled. He is 53. Will he be able to draw any social security benefits?— Mrs. R. S. '. A— It is possible your husband may qualify for disability benefits. laid to people 50 or over who, may have a disability so severe it nakes them unable to "engage in any substantial gainful activity." [suggest you: write: for the Social Security booklet, "If You Become Msabled." It is available for 10 cents fronf: Superintendent of Documents, 'U.S. Government, Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C. For regular social security payments, your husband would need 40 quarters. •* * * Q— My husband will be 50 next March. He has been ill and, according to the doctor, won't 'be able to work again. Please give me till particulars on disability payments.— M.W. A— Send for the booklet I recommend in the answer above. . ,-• . '..--.... . - # * * Dear reader: Marie Daerr is unable to answer questions except hrough the column. She appreciates your comments and questions Hit the volume of her mail makes personal. replies impossible. Booklet Has Advice for Victims of Arthritis BY MARIE DAERK ; "Arthritis patients must realize thatia home care program may mean the difference between recovery , with good joint function and recovery with burned-out, crippled joints." ' ,;.-. So says a facts-packed booklet, "Home -Care in Arthritis;" describing home therapy which an arthritic may. follow under supervision of doctor or physical therapist and in the case of some exercises, with the help of a visiting nurse or a member of the\ family who has had some special instruction. The. pamphlet is available free from the Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, 10 Columbus Circle, New/York 19, N.Y. ' Maintaining motion in a joint is the major aim of a resl-and- exercise program for victims of rheumatoid arthritis. To rest a joint most efficiently,, keep it as straight as possible," the booklet advises."Remember that lying in bed with fingers, wrists, elbows and knees bent— although it may "seem temporarily more comfortable— -leads -to more disability."- • Putting a small sandbag or folded, towel under upper arm and wrist, while lying on one's back in bed, will keep the elbow and wrist straight. A folded towel placed under the ankle will straighten the ee. • '. • • . . • It is even possible to design a light plaster or aluminum gutter splint for wear at intervals to hold fingers and hands straight. "Feet generally tend to turn out when one is lying on his back," :he booklet continues. "This strains the knee. Sandbags placed against the outside of the feet remove this strain." Bed boards will give proper support, keep the spine in better position and prevent hip joints from bending when the patient is on lis back. Raising the bed % putting blocks under its legs will make it easier for the patient to get in and out of it. Most chairs snould be raised three to four inches by blocks. Chair seat should be flat and the back should be broad, high and un- curved, according to the publication. Much pain can be prevented by maintaining good posture and avoiding fatigue, the booklet states. . " Another quotation: "Patients must not forget that doing one thing 'or 1 too long, whether is be sitting in a chair or walking or doing some piece of work, will eventually produce fatigue, and that it will rest them to change to something else. "Automobile rides. are often.tpo long for arthritis patients. Sitting :hrough a double-feature movie, which many a patient does, becomes very tiring because he is unable to change his position." '• • - Kennedy Speaks In Midwest EN ROUTE WITH KENNEDY (AP) — Sen, John F. Kennedy opened a homestretch drive through four key Midwestern states Saturday with another.de mand that Vice President Richard Nixon meet him in a fifth de- oate. "There remain vital issues between us," Kennedy told a shopping center crowd in a "St. Louis suburb, "and the country !is en- litlSd to have them thoroughly aired." •Kennedy flew to St. Louis-from New: York after: his fourth TV- radio debate with'Nixon .arriving shortly before dawn. During the coming week the Demqcratic residential nominee is scheduled o swing through Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin and Illinois. "There will be no more days off :n these last 17 days of .the campaign," he said at a Breakfast neeting. "And that's the way I think it should be." The Massachusetts senator and members of his staff, appeared ubilant over the 'results of Friday's debate with the Republican candidate.. ' Kennedy, immediately followed it up with a call for another face to face meeting. He told a crowd at the Northland Shopping Center in St. Louis County: "The issues in this campaign must not be hidden in the .shadows of ambiguity or'clouds of rhetoric. They must be brought into sharp and clear focus so that the American people can make an intelligent choice. Brothers Killed As Car Strikes Tree MUNCIE, Ind, (AP)-A speeding car failed to make a sharp turn at a Muncie street intersection early today and two young brothers were killed when the car struck a tree. The dead, first weekend traffic fatalities in the state, were James Corinell,' 20,- Muncie, listed,by police as the driver, and his brother, Leroy, 16. • A passenger, Marilyn .Tamerson 15, New Castle, was injured. She was taken to Ball Memorial Hospital in critical condition. KiwanisMeet AtMonlicello MONTICELLO- Ralph Brown, Monticello auto dealer w.ho, will leave,soon for larger • city .:will speak before the Monticello "Ki- wanisi Club Monday noon, October 24th at .the Holiday Inn,: ' Miss ; Marlene K. Smith, the daughter of Mrs. Martha P.. Smith of Idaville, is enrolled at Porter College in Indianapolis. She began her Gregg Executive Secretarial Course on September 6. Marlene was graduated from Idaville High School where she was active in several clubs. Friday morning at 5:40 a.m. a 1958 model car in which six Navy enlisted men were riding was in collision with a 1 ton truck at Illinois and Broadway. The six young men were en route from their naval base at Philadelphia to Peoria, Illinois and excessive speed contributed to the mishap. The. auto driven by Howard Durst, route 6, Peoria had just turned right onto Broadway and was approaching the intersection of Illinois when the traffic signal changed and Durst was unable to stop. Orval Brewer, route 2, Monticello driving a 1948 ton and half truck north on Illinois and the Furst car and; Brewer's vehicle came together at the corner. The truck was turned completely around and the car full of sailors slid across the street into the traffic, light :post. - ' . . Officer. William Musall arrested Durai for speeding in a posted tone and he reported about $4D5 damage to the truck and a total loss to. the automobile. The young men waited for relatives from Peoria in ;order that they could complete their trip. HOSPITAL NOTES White County Memorial Hospital news — Dismissals, Oct. 21, Mrs. Glenn Morgan and daugh ter, Francesville; Clarence Pherson, route 3; John Shelf on, Box 233, Idaville. Norman Rayburn, 520 S. Maple St was taken to the St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette, T h u r s day morning in the Miller ambulance. Mrs. Helen Buckner is a patient in the White County Memorial Hospital where she submitted to surgery last Friday. She is recuperating nicely. AT MAYO'S Mr. and Mrs. Milton Fry are at Mayo's in Rochester, Minnesota, where Mrs. Fry will undergo surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell of near. Norway have returned home from i vacation trip to Canada where they fished in Red Lake. They joined Mr. and Mrs. Hprace Templeton of the Angler's who had also gone there on a fishing trip. Mrs. Cecile Sullivan has re- turned to her home on Lake Shafer following a nine-day tour south. She and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joe Sullivan of Anderson, made- the trip with the Miller Tour Agency from Indianapolis: IN JUVENILE COURT Seven . youngsters were - heard before Juvenile court Thursday facing Judge Russell Gordon. The youngsters were 12 and 13 years of age. They were- accused of implication, in happenings with the court house elevator, which they "ran up and down" after the county offices were closed,-entering various places and the like. They were remanded to the custody of their parents who were present for the court hearings. Mr. and Mrs. William Heumler received painful bruises and broken bones Wednesday evening on a county gravel road when their auto slid into an abutment and was totally demolished. Ruemler hit the dimmer switch and the headlights on his car went out. He applied the brakes and the vehicle skidded into the abutment on the east side of the road. Mrs. Ruemler was found to have suffered a broken knee and her husband received broken ribs. She is a patient at the Monticello hospital while Mr. Ruemler is recuperating at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Humphreys at Wolcott. Sheriff Charles Miller was called to the scene of the accident. White County Memorial Hospital news—Births, 21st, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Criswell, Buffalo. 22nd, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Snavely, route 3, Delphi, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kleyla, Reynolds. Dismissals, 21st, John Shelton, lua- ville; Mrs. Earl McMullen, 203 Edgewater Drive; Mrs. James E. Snavely, 505 Freeman Drive. 22nd, Mrs. Walter Potts, and son, Burnettsville; Sharon Capper, 809 North Main, Monticello. Mrs. Ted Ryan, route 5, Monticello. Mrs. H. G. McLaughlin of Seattle, Washington, came Thursday for an indefinite visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Spencer at 604 W. Washington street. Mrs. McLaughlin is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Spencer. Virgil Huffman returned home Monday from the-Home hospital at Lafayette after being a patient three weeks suffering from a stroke after attending the funeral of his brother-in-law, Lee Miller. He is able to walk with a cane and help. Benjamin H. Keiter of Monti cello, has gone by plane to West- laco, Texas, to attend the dedication exercises honoring the Indiana soldiers who were stationed there prior to World War I. He will return Sunday. The Lafayette chapter of the American Guild of Organists mel in Monticello at the home of Mrs. Charles Fox. The program included selections by Mrs. Elsie Slen- LEAVE FRIDAY HAVANA, (AP) — Ambassador Philip W. Bonsai and his wife will leave Cuba next Friday for Washington. Bonsai '. has been recalled for consultations which are expected to be lengthy. . PUBLIC AUCTION at the .Royal Center Community Sale Barn Wednesday Night, October 26, at 7:00 (CST) Surplus Holsteins from three State farms, Logansport State Hospital, Richmond State Hospital and Indiana State Farm, will sell their surplus cows and heifers. 56 head of registered Holsteins from herds with 4 yearly records averaging over 500 Ib. fat and 14,000 Ib. milk. 12 in production, with records to 5«1 Ib. fat; 15 bred heifers to freshen throughout next nine months; 12 heifers, ready to breed; 15 heifers 2 month to 12 month old; 2 purebred bulls. All animals calfhood vaccinated and will be TB and Bangs tested. Inspection invited. For catalog or further information contact herdsman, Howard McCoy, Logansport Hospital, Robert Skinner. Richmond State Hospital, Doyle Clover, Indiana State Farm, Greencastle, or Harry Bridge and Orville Etnier, sale mgrs. Not responsible in case of accident Lunch will be served. Don't forget time and place, Wednesday night, Oct. 26, 7:00, Royal Center Community Sale Barn. Just in time for Christmas - another shipment of those beautiful Ransbwg Waste Baskets and Kleenex Boxes. » Matching Bathroom Accessories by Ransburg-Gody Giri-Batlerina-Powder Puff AndMany Othtr NewD«ioniin Whitt-Co!d-Silvtr-»ink-Blu«-B«io« WASTE BASKETS ......... $2.95 t TISSUE BOXES $2.50"; TIMBERLAKE S "THI STORE OF A THOUSAND GIFTS" ker, Mrs. Beverly Fox, Miss San dra Dye, Mrs. Ellen Young ind Mrs. Oliver Smith. There was a distinct variance in the type of selections chosen. Following the program refreshments were served by the hostess. Lumumba Return, It Appears . By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo (AP)-Col. Joseph Mobutu virtually abandoned his five-week-old military regime Saturday while his enemies redoubled efforts to bring Communist-leaning Patrice Lumumba back to power. Mobutu, exhausted by his fight against opposition from all sides and rumbling revolt in his own army, announced a face-saving trip to New York and Western capitals next week to seek "understanding" for his almost defunct anti-Communist regime. With the country torn by tribal warfare and near anarchy, the pro-Western group which ousted Lumumba rapidly withered away and the ex-premier's return to power seemed only a matter of time. The U.N. Congo command openly pressed for "a return to legal democratic processes." With an impassioned parliamentary majority favoring Lumumba, this clearly implied that the United Nations—despite its theo- retical noninterference in the Con- go'i domestic affairs—prefers Lumumba to the present military regime. Debates To Be Standard WASHINGTON (AP)-No matter who wins the presidency next month the odds ire that the "great debates" on TV and radio will be i traditional ptrt of future national political campaigns. The precedent-setting broadcasts starring both nominees, Democrat John F. Kennedy and Republican Richard M. Nixon, have been carried on all the major networks this year on an experimental basis. The debates were made possible in large part by legislation Congress passed earlier this year which permits a temporary dispensation from the law that requires bro'adcasters to give equal time to aE candidates for the same office. For this campaign, they are' allowed to limit the requirement to nominees of the two major parties, insofar as the presidency and vice presidency are concerned. Sen. Warren G. Magnuson, D— Wash., said Friday night he will sponsor a bill to make relaxation of the law permanent. But due to variance in state laws, he said, the matter of debates between candidates for lesser offices should be left to the individual states. He has wonderful automatic heat But He burns trash in the same old way! Automatic home heating certainly ii a fine thing . . . but it does make one household problem even tougher . . . tb* disposal of trash and rubbish. Thousands of smart folks have solveS this offenaive problem once and for all... simply and effectively. For them, those disagreeable cold weather trip* to the backyard trash burner became a thing of the past when they bought a wonderful, work saving Gas Incinerator. Get an automatic GAS INCINERATOR! "•¥ • OlfHitN INIIAKA rUIIIC tllVICI CVMFAHT MM) A. HAUSI, Oitfrict Manager

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