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LOGANSPORT. PUBLIC LIBRARY PAGE TWELVE THE LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 19Sf Faubus To Gall Assembly Wants Solution To Integration, He Says LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Orvai Faubus Monday announced that he expects to call a special session of the Arkansas Legislature for the purpose of seeking a solution to the racial integration crisis at Ldttle Rock Central High School. However, after making the statement at a press conference, the governor later said that any session would not be called "for at least three weeks," and still not an absolute certainty. LORENZZ Funeral services for Mrs. Florence Bockover Lorenz, of 1829 Erie, will: be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Skinner Christen church with Rev. Glen Campton officiating. Burial will be in -the Skinner cemetery. Friends may call at the Chase- Miller ch£,pel. KNOX The Rev. George Bredemeir will officiate at final rites for Kenneth Allen Kriox, infant son of Paul and Pearl Little Knox, of 1925 Grant street, at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday ; 'Are we any closer to a sped'al a t the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral session," he was asked at the news conference. "Yes, I would say that we are closer because of the passage of time." the governor replied. Only seven Negroes went to classes at Central -High, where U. S. Army and National .Guard troops have been on guard to enforce court-ordered racial integration since Sept. 24. f Of the nine Negroes originally integrated in the previously aU- home. Burial will be made in Galveston cemetery. SAUERS Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Mae (Doll) Sauers, of route 6. Losansport, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Lake Cicott Mcffiodis'f church with the Rev. Thomas Webb officiating. Burial wil 1 be made in St.. John's cemetery Friends- may call at tfte residence, . where the booX was white school, two were reported! taken from t ^ e Fisher funeral ill with influnza by L. C.'Bates, Negro newspaper publisher. Overall attendance remained at a steady level with 1,725 present out of am enrollment of 1,963. Fauibus said tiiat the . Legislature probably would consider legislation which would give th< state authority to . close any school \vfeidi is integrated by the us e of federal troops. TOOLS FOR RENT Make all your Do-lNYourself Jobs easier with the tool for the job. v Lawn Sweeper Garden Tiller Floor Sanders Electric Hand Saws Floor Polisher Wallpaper Steamer ; Rug Shampoo Machine Hand Sanders Paints and Finishes „ For All Home Improvement Projects SOUTH SIDE LUMBER CO. 811 Burlington Ph. 2319 home. KISTLER The Rev. Virden Graham will officiate at final rites for Mrs. Emma Mae Kistler ,65, of Lake Cicott, at 2 n.m. today at the Lake Cicott M. - E. church. Interment will be made in the Davis cemetery. 'Win ws A* Infant Kenneth Knox Found Dead In (rib; Final Rites Thursday Final, rites will be : conducted at. 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the McCIos- key-Hamilton chapel for infant Kenneth Allen Knox, son of Paul and Pearl Little Knox, of .1925 Grant, who was found dead in its crib at 5:45 a.m. Sunday. Coroner M. B.-Stewart Monday reported that cause of death was pneumonia. Reverend George Bredemeir, of Galveston will officiate and burial will be in the Galves- tbn cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Born in Logansport May 17,1957, the infant was last seen alive at 12:40 a.m. The coroner said there would be no inquest. Survivors include: the parents; two brothers, > .John Paul and George Roger; three sisters, Patricia Ann, Valeria Jean and Phyllis Sue; the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Little, of Brookston and the maternal grandmother, Mrs. Maud Knox, of route 1, Galveston. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the McCloskey - Hamilton chapel with the Rev. George Bredemeir of Galveston officiating. Interment will be made in the. Galveston cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. CHICAGO W) — Indiana prize winners in judging in open classes at the International Dairy Show Moday includd: Milking Shorthorn Senior yearling bull, won by ailor's Style, shown by Richard Stockdale, Union City. Senior yearling heifer, won -by Hillsdale Mai-Ma VII, shown by David A. Hoovr, Ridgeville. Ayrshire Junior yearling bull/ won by Glengary Mildmaids Luck, shown by Jay-Ayr Farms, Portland. ^ _ FISH FRY Wed., Oct. 16, 5 to 7:30 p.m. National Guard Armory Adults—$1:25 Child.—€0c Entertainment and Speaking at 8 p.m. Sponsors GOP Women's Club. TRADE-IN OLD SMOKEY ON A LENNOX Oil, COAL OR GAS FURNACE FREE ESTIMATES - NO OBLIGATION More Families buy Lennox than any other make WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF FURNACES Rl LEY'S HEATING AMD AIR CONDITIONING 1314 East Broadway Phone 3437 Former Logansport Man, Daniel Ridley, Dies; Rites Wednesday Funeral services for'Daniel Rid ley, 77, of Bruce Lake,' will conducted at. the Harrison, funera home, Piewanna, at 1:30 p.m Wednesday. He died at il: 45 a.m Monday at the St. Joseph hospital Logansport. A resident of Logansport for 2( years, he moved to Lake Bruce Station several years ago. He admitted to the hospital Oct. 6 but had been ill;eight years. Reverend Paul Reynolds will of ficiate and burial will be in the Lake'Bruce cemetery! .Born Jan. 17, 1880, in Indiana he was the son of Benjamin and ^\ngeline Ridley. His marriage was to Dorothy Louden i who died in 1937. The deceased was'a member oi the Eagles lodge at Wabash and was a retired machinist. . Survivors include a cousin, Mrs. Bertha Korporal, of Fort Wayne; and several-nieces and nephews. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Memory of Carolinp Kay The flowers'we"place upon'your grave, may wither and decay, j But bur love for you mother dear, will never fade away. Kay Family. ONLY WOLF GIVES YOU BLUE HEAT Premium Fuel Oil Additive that atiuroi cleaner, mor« «fficient heat, at lavingi up to 20% — PIUS — RED STAMPS (ON CASH PURCHASES) For the same price as ordinary fuel oil. WOLF COAL & SUPPLY 314 Heath Phone 3990 Liberal Trade-in Allowance For Your Old Storm Windows Or Doors On the Purchase of These New S E IF S T O ^ I N G ALUMINIUM COMBINATION WINDOWS FREE MEASURING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Logansporf Lumber Co. PHONE 3067 Card of Thanks We want to thank all of those who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Mrs. Alda Pauline Logan Joseph A. Scotney The Logan Family. LANDSCAPING Service Is Our Most Important Product AMERICAN LANDSCAPING CO., Inc. E. City Limits, Peru Ph. EN-1-4260 RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market. Ph. 4362 Prepare For Cc/rf Weoiher Ahead Extruded Aluminum Combination TRIPLE TRACK Till WINDOWS None Finer .Price or Quality Expert Instalbtion Phone 3666 Free Estimates CHARLEY LOWE ROOFING CO. Just North on Road 17 RED TUNE, AMERICAN CHORUS—Chinese Communist Premier Chou En-lai clasps hands while -sinking "Ain't Gonna Study War No More" with members of a U.S. youth delegation in Peiping. The youngsters, mostly students who went on a State Department-opposed tour of Red China after attending the Moscow Youth Festival, sat in special stands to view some 500,000 Chinese parade in celebration of Red ChinaJs eighth anniversary, Oct. 1. In 1 front row, from left, are: Faye Goodman, 23, New York City; Joanne Grant, 27, New York Cjty; Warren McKenna, 39, Boston; Chou; Sally Belfrage, 21, New York City; Lorraine Nowacky, 24, Detroit, Mich., and Elaine Kusnitz, 17, Los Angeles: x Second row, from left: Earl Williamson, 28, Berkeley, Calif.; Steve Tyler,,23, New York City; Noel Kidder, 24, Los Angeles; Jato Rosen; 19, New York City; Sheila Gfeenberg, 19, New York City; Ginger Mattox, 19, San Francisco, and an unidentified Chinese interpreter. Back row, from'left: Morris Block (at very top of picture), 37, New York City; Nina. Landau (partly hidden), 23, Madison, Wis., and Peggy Seegar, 22, Los Angeles. Tito Slaps West In Face Again Accepts West's Cash, Acts Like A Russian -. BONN, Germany UP) — Yugoslavia called the West's hand on he: German unity .issue Monday. The Foreign Office announced President Tito's Red regrone plans recognize- Communist East Germany Tuesday. . It was a siaip in!the face for the Bonn Republic and a challenge to the solid front th e West- era powers have built up outside the Soviet bloc against diplomatic- ties wdfch Premier' Otto Grote- wdhl's Moscow-allied government. A formal break- threatened in relations between Belgrade and Bonn. GhaoicHor- Konrad Adenauer's West Genmafl government vas declared it will cut diplomatic inks with any nation exchanging envoys with "the R e d rufers of the 18 million East Germans. '• Adenauer's-- government, whiich recenbly granted SOQsniffion dol- ar,' 99-year loan • to Yugoslavia and aigreed to pay 60 million dol- ars in war reparations, recognizes only the Soviet Union among nations having diplomatic ties with East Germany. The. Foreign Office . announcement came after a four - hour meeting, between Dusan Kvedr, Jeigrade's ambassador to Bonn, and Deputy Foreign Minister ler HaMstein. Tito's new move shifts him far- her into the Russian orbit. Ben- mg from millions in American aid, he has been balancing delicately between, tihe' East and West or a long. time. The Western allies- steadfastly i«ve denied the legal -existence of nearson-'Won a superior rating while a quintet of Pat Hendricks, Sue Rauschke, Wanda Craig, Pat McLochlin and Cherry Ranz was rated superior. A trio composed of Karen Metzger, Sharon Polk .and Gloria Rynearson also won a superior rating. All superior rating winners and ensembles are eligible for competition in the state twirling contest Saturday at Butler Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Miss Rauschke is an exception since her Fort Wayne competition was in-junior division. A carry Sunday in in dinner the home was held of George 3ast Gimany. Thy consider tie Soviet zooie of Germany.' it Rocwm ROCHESTER—Baton.twirlers. oi Rochester high school'scored wel n the .district twirling contest Saturday at the Fort Wayne North Side high, school., Solo winners from RHS were rloria Rynearson, superior in Di- ision 11; Sharon Polk, Pat McLochlin and ; Wanda Craig, superior, <:aren'Metzger, ; second and.-Pat HendrickSi'vfourth, Division . Ill; Sue. 'Rauschke,' Superior, arid Chery Ranz, second 1 ,.Division IV; A flag ensemble of .Karen Metzger, Sharon Polk and Gloria, Ry- It's Cold Outside!L For your saving and conifort, call on us for-prices on "Capitol" the finest -and most competitive Aluminum Combinatlbn Doors and Windows. Why pay more? "You can't afford• to- be without them— . . . K60L-VENT OF LOANSPJORT 511 JErI«r :'-.'. Phone 3650 THAT SUPCRiO* AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxygen tqvi Nuell, this city, in honor of hi* 80th birthday. Attending the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bunn, Rochester; Mr. and' Mrs. Albert .Nuell, Warsaw; Mr. and rMs.-Floyd Nuell, Warsaw; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nuell of Rochetser and Mrs. Lawrence Bright of Rochester. Edward Fishback, R.R. 1, Rochester, who with his wife is vacationing in Coral Gables, Florida, is reported in improved condition after suffering an attack of pneumonia. The Fishbacks who planned to return to their home this week are expected to return before Nov. 1. William. C. Flemans, Winamac paid $41.05 in Fulton circuit court upon a conviction of failure to appear in justice court on a speeding charge. He had been arrested by city police and was to appear in James Walton's Rochester justice court. When he didn't appear on the stated date he was arrested and lodged in the Fulton county jail until disposition of the case in circuit court. Leo T. Hawkey, 23, Brernan, is to appear in James. Walton's Rochester court Friday to answer to a charge of speeding on Main street lodged against him at 1:15 a.m. Sunday. Kenneth A. Keyser, 48, Sturgis, Mich., has paid $15.75 in Walton's court for failure to yield- right of way. He was cited after his car struck an auto driven on Main St., by Nola Palmer, 49, Macy; Tne accident occurred Saturday at IV a.m. ESCAPES INJURY Jerry R. Kuhn, 16, Akron, escaped serious inqury Sunday at 12.45 p.m., when the car he was driving left the road and turned over twice three miles, north of Akron- on- the Fulton-Kosciusko county, line. ... , The Fulton county sheriff's department reported that the steering column apparently' failed on Kuhn's auto, which skidded 141 feet, struck a stump and turned over twice. Kuhn suffered -head lacerations and scalp injuries. He was "treated by a local physician. . Admissions to the Wodlawn hospietal: Mrs. Walter Ball Jr., Fulton; Mrs. Dale Otto, Kewanna; Mrs. John Qverpeck, Rochester. Dismissals: Devon Eaton, Rochester; William Wamsley, Brownsville; Mrs. Rasho Conley and son, Argos; Mrs. Warren McIntyre and daughter, Bourbon; Mrs. Galen Miller and son, Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Geib, are the parents of a daughter. r ~ Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Keel, Rochester, are" the parents- of f. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Underbill, Rochester, are the parents • of a daughter.. Mrs. Virginia Ball was taken from the Woodlawn hospital yesterday in the Foster, and Good ambulance to the Memorial _ hospital in South Bend, Visitors to the Rev. and Mrs. George Crane residence over the week end are as follows: Mr. and 'Mrs. K. Hinderlider and Mr. and Mrs. C. Overmyer, Lake Bruce; Mrs. Dewey King, Lake. Manitou; Mrs.. Bessie Michael of Fulton; •Mr. Wm. Parrons and daughter, Mrs. Bessie Langley and Mrs. Jack Langley of Baldur Manitoba, Canada. Gels 10-20 Years For Murdering Mother BR'QOKVILLE, Pa. W-A 17- year-old high school senior Monday was given a 10-20'year prison term for fche shotgun slaying of his mother. - • Judge Robert Morris imposed the sentence on Samuel T. Lavella who: had pleaded' guilty to'/a gen. era! change ci' murder., After hearing testimony, Judge Morris ,,ruled the shooting was -second degree murder. I/avalla-shot his mother 5n the basement oi their home, then put the body in a station wagon and took it to a ravine 18 miles away. He said,he kiMed his mother in a fit of rage after she scolded him for oleaninig .a rifle without per- misswa. The 'slaying 'occurred last December..,, Card of Thanks I. wish to thank' friends; and neighbors for kindnesses and sympathy extended during the illness and death' of my wife, Ercle. . Frank Ervin. Rochester Barber, Roy Hill, Dies Dies At South Ben<T Following Fall ROCHESTER — Roy E. HiU, 44, of route 4, Rochester, died at 8:30 a.m. Monday of a cerebral hemorrhage at the St. Joseph hospital, South Bend, where he h;ad been taken following a faU in the Fulton county jail Sunday night. Sheriff Norris said that Hill, who had been arrested and charged by city police Sunday morning witli driving while under the influenck, seemed to be in good health when he took breakfast to the prisoners at 5 a.m. Sunday. Other prisoners called the d_epu- ty sheriff, Richard Dickson and city policeman Robert Terry, who found that Hill had suffered a seizure at 3 p.m. A. local physician attended him. During supper HiU fell and struck his head. He was taken ' to Woodlawn hospital and from there to South Bend. Born May 6, 1913, in Bethlehem township, Cass county, he was the son of Harry and Glen Powell Hill. He had-been a resident of the, Rochester area for 16 years, coming there from Fulton. The. deceased, a barber, was marreid July 14, 1932, in Royal Center, to Lucille Redd, who survives. Other survivors are two sons, Robert J., of Mentone;- and Jack, at home; a daughter, Linda, at home; a sister, Mrs. Wilma Snyder, Metea; a brother, Robert i of Rochester; his mother, of M&tea; and a granddaughter. The deceased was a member of the Moose, Eagles and Jzaak Walton League. -Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home, Rochester,, with Reverend Richard Mitchell officiating. Burial will be in .the Rochester Odd- fellows cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m. today. nthree women, a man and a 10-year-old child. Three other white passengers in the automobile escaped -with' minor injuries. The dead were Mrs. Ad-die Jones, Mrs. Maurine Hendrix,. Mrs. Rosie Gantt, Wardell Clendennin- and Yolanda Coleman, the cliid. ^«y Bved in a rural community near Jackson. L & N officials said tihe' train was en route from Bruceton, Teran., to Memphis. The Engineer, W. T. Franklin of Bniceton, and members of. his crew escaped injury. The automobile was returning" to the field with the cotton pickers after lunch. . , • Reduce Force Of US Force At Little Rock WASHINGTON (^-Secretary of the Army Brocket Monday announced plains to'-cut in half fine mimber of regular Army paratroopers at Little. Rode Central H.'gh' School. He also said the Array -will dismiss from federal control the bulk of Arkansas National Guardsmen who were fed- eraMzed Sept. 24. PAYS ASSESSMENT- Robert Doran, 14 Spring street, arrested Sept. 27 for speeding, put up. $24.75 forfeit bond with police yesterday costs. to meet his fine and Electric Light Bills Due the 1st Penalty, added after Octobe r 15th. Read the Classified Ads UN Train Hits Car In Tennessee; 5 Killed, 3 Injured JACKSON, Tenri. W-A Loufevi- le and Nashvdile freight train struck an automobile loaded with cotton pickers "at a rural crossing Monday, killing five persons and The three. victims all white, included Frederick Dumont To Be Buried Wednesday In Camden Cemetery CAMDEN — Funeral services will be conducted at. 3 p.m. Wednesday at tile Gentry funeral home for Frederick H. Dumont, about 80, who died at Riviera Beach; Fla., where he had been a/resident for the past few years, moving there from Indianapolis. Reverend K.- Bass will officiate and burial will be in the Camden cemetery where his mother, Mrs. Kathryn Dumont, is buried. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today, . Survivors include two cousins, Mrs. Harry Barnes Hawn, o f Goodland and formerly of Camden; and Mrs. William Mills, route 3, Delphi. 12 Finish Tip Ion Tw p. Home Nursing (lass Twelve women received certificates last night after completing the six-week Red Cross home nursing course at the Walton library. Teaching the Tipton. township class was Vera Rowe, • registered nurse. Those finishing the course satisfactorily were: Patsy Baylors, Elizabeth Layman, Roberta Turner, Virginia Guicken, Joyce Biecky, Leona Patterson,. Alice Denniston,- Catherine Conn, Myrtle Snyder, Billie Davis, Helen Babb, and June Munson.; CMaUwma University will meet Syracuse on the gridiron for th* first tame in 1962. . Frt» Estimates On; Aluminum STORM WINDOWS ROSS RED ROOFING CO. 717 . 5th Phon* 3388 PUBLIC SALE - Having sold our farm and moving to Florida, we will sell the following personal property at Public .Auction at'.farm- located 5 miles south of Rochester on Road 31 then west iVz miles or 5 miles south of Rochester on Road 25 then 1^ miles east on 'Thursday, October 17, 1957 Time 10:30 a.m. CST—Watch for Public Sale sign*. 16—CATTLE—16 . 1—9 yr. old Guernsey cow, fresh; 1—3 yr; old Guernsey cow,- bred; 1—4 yr. old cow to freshen Oct. 26. The 3 cows can be registered; 1— 4 yr. old'Swiss cow, bred; 1—5 yr. old Guernsey cow to freshen Oct. 21; 1—Guernsey cow 5 yrs. old, bred; 1—5 yr. old Holstein cow", bred; I—Guernsey'heifer, 2 yrs. old, can be registered, bred; i—2 yr. old Guernsey heifer,-bred; 1—2 yr. old white heifer, .bred," ^yearling- Guernsey heifers; 2 Guernsey calves; 1 Guernsey bull.:coming 2 yrs. old from Curtiss Candy Butterfinger, can be registered. Cattle TB and Bangs tested. DR. W.RAY , Your Chiropractor for 25 Years, Says; "YOU SHOULD GET THE BIG IDEA" Take-full spinal adjustments \yith regularity until all symptoms disappear —• ThenVnce a week to retain your- newly acquired health... .,' •'...-:• .. 304!£ 4th St; (Over Central Drug Store) 4th St. Entrance —PHONE 3365— We Are Pleased to Announce That Lewis R.-Oyfer/ C.P>A. Has Been Admitted to Partnership • in the Firm On October 1, 1957 J. M, GIBBONS & CO. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 413 Iroquois Building ' Telephone 3717 : , INDIANA • HOGS 4 sows; 4 gilts had first litter; 76 spring shoats; 21 pigs. MACHINERY 1 Allis-Chalmers tractor with mounted plow'and cultivators Jn good shape; 1—4; wheel IHC spreader; 1 John Deere 7' disc; 1 John Deere corn planter with fertilizer attachment; 1 John Deere side delivery rake; 1 G. I. corn picker; 1—2" sections spike tooth harrow; 1 hammer mill 1 with sacker; 1—30' endless belt; 1 rubber tire wagon and box; 1 steel frame buzz saw; 1 loading, chute,on wheels;. 1 power take of£ seeder; 1 mower; 1 trailer "with new bed; 1—1947 Dodge 1 ton .truck with stock rack; 1 large iron kettle; i outboard motor; 1—B'x8''tarp; 1—7 h.p. Rotiler garden tractor; electric posts,'steel posts, fork and rope; hog feeders and troughs; 2 grinders .with motor on stands; power lawn mower; hand mower; garden hose with.reel;. 3 gas-barrels; picket cribbing;-tractor umbrellas; oil tank with pump; tool boxes; saws; squares; other small tools; fence .charger'; i surge milk- er with 8 stall cochs; 2 surge units; 1 T-33-4 can.cooler;.2 wash tanks-milk cans; bucket and strainer • 2 infra-red 4 light electric Brooders; chicken waterers and feeders and other items^too numerous to' mention. ' - • ' ? FEED 240 bales clover hay; 200 bales wheat, straw. 10-A:corn-in field, good/can be inspected.before sale. More or less. CHICKENS/ White Bock hens; 20 young chickens. HOUSEHOLD 1 G.E. electric, stove, like new; 1—11 cu. ft. Kelvinator, refrigerator, new; 1—12 ft. deep freeze;'! oak-dinette set with 4 chairs; twin beds, complete; .1—17" Ph'ilcp.,TV set with anntenna, .console; 1 .desk and chair; 1 sewing machine; l G.E. table model radio; 1 kitchen .cup; board; 1 kitchen cabinet; dishes; 1 lawn table; 2.wood:lawn 'chairs; 2 steel lawn-'chairs; 1 steel porch glider; l dining, room table, buffet' and 6 chairs;'2 piece living room suite; 2 chairs;, 1 antique chair; dresser; 3^-9x12 rugs; 1. large Dup-Therm. stove; 275 gal. oil barrel; -1 chest drawers;'-! metal cabinet; 1 Kenmore washer.twin tubs; .1 electric sweeper; 1 white kitchen heater; '2 beds, l antique; clothes closet; canned fruit; 1—12 guage double barrel shotgun; 1—22 rifle;, 2 boxes shells; floor and table, lamps; electric fan; 2 mirrors; throw rugs"; smaU tables; smoking stands; magazine rack; foot stools; 1. large radio; 1 electric clock; 3 step ladders;, clothes"racks; 1—1 -gal.' milk pasteurizer; 1 .gal. ice cream freezer; curtains; drapes;; 'flower"pots and'other items 'not mentioned. TERMS—Cash on day of sale. Not responsible for .'accidents. MAURICE E. THOMAS Auctioneer—Burdette Garner Rex Moore and Co.—Gerkl Lunch Served On Grounds, ' L" .'-' Clip This Ad It WiU 1 Appear Only Once; 'i

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