Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 17, 1961 · Page 27
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 27

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 17, 1961
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SUNDAY,DECEMBER 17,1SS1' THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE Michigan Murder Admitted By Clerk ATLANTA,. Mich. (APJ-Sheriff Joel Secrist and prosecutor Joel Mills said Saturday that a 23- year-old hardware store clerk had admitted killing a 55-year-old Illinois divorcee-heiress in what apparently was an.attempted rape. The sheriff and prosecutor lifted the veil of secrecy they had thrown over the slaying- of Mrs. Mildred Kurtz only, after Kenneth Leroy Wilcoxsen of nearby Lewiston had attempted to waive examination on a first degree murder charge in her death. Mills objected -to Wilcoxsen's waiving, examination and justice of the Peace J. R. Clark, before, whom Wilcoxsen appeared, ordered an examination for Dec; 26. The sheriff and prosecutor issued a statement after the ar- raignmerif.. It said in part: "A statement made by Wilcox- sen disclosed he had taken Mrs Kurtz from a trailer located a the rear of the annex bar. In at tempting to get her out .of the trailer, Wilcoxsen stumbled and she fell to the - floor. The fal stunned her and Wilcoxsen carried her to his car and placed her in the rear seat. "After driving a short distance GIFT CORNER I If I GRAPHIC 9 SPEED TRIPOD Every camera fan \\ needs » depend*\V ble tripod for bet\\ terpictures. Opens \\ (o 67', closes to Other Tripods from $12.95 Service 524 Broadway Phone 4444 MONTGOMERY WARD 512 North Phone 4193 IOGANSPORT AUTO SERVICE SPECIAL Mon., Tues., Wed. DEC. 18-19-20 BRAKE ADJUSTMENT DON'T TAKE CHANCES WITH BAD BRAKES OIL CHANGE ...... 5 qt. 99c RIVERSIDE BATTERIES INSTALLED for os low as... Wheel Balancing .. ea. 1.40 BRAKE RELINING SPECIAL Ford, Plymouth, Chevrolet GUARANTEED 25,000 MILES Reline 4 wheels with bonded shoes, repack front bearings, bleed, refill master cylinder, hydraulic lines; Inspect drums; . FACK FRONT WHEELS ..1.50 Wilcoxsen stopped and got into the rear .seat. After violent -protests by Mrs. Kurtz, Wilcoxsen-became disgusted and struck her in the face, then shoved her from the car, throwing her clothing after Mrs. r Kurtz's body was found" in show in zero weather." Mrs. Kurtz' body was found Thursday about 6:30 a.m. on a Lewiston Street. She had been missing since 12:30 a.m. Mrs. Kurtz, a resident of Olney,' HI., and owner of a $100,000 summer home outside Lewiston, in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan, had come to close the home for the winter. Friends said-she was heiress to the -Schultz Seed Co.' of Illinois. William Roddewig, owner of the Annex Bar''at Lewiston, said Mrs; Kurtz left his bar to go to his trailer and prepare "a special dish" for him and three customers at 12 : 30 a.m. Thursday. Cooking was a hobby of hers. When Mrs. Kurtz failed to return .in an hour they went to look for her. The woman's broken glasses were found outside the trailer, her parka and boots inside. A workman en route to his job hours later found her body some_ five blocks away. An autopsy showed she died of a fractured skull and exposure. Louisa Schulfz, 78 r Winamac Resident, Dies; Rites Monday WINAMAC — Mrs. Tlouisa M. Schultz, 78, of Winamac, died Sat- urady at -the Ruff nursing home in Knox. . -•- A lifetime resident; of Pulasld County, she was born. March 14, 1883'to Fred and Sophia Marnetts Wiltzin. She was married "to Henry J. Schultz who survives. . Other survivors include three Sons; Cecil, of Winamac, Ray, of Star City, Russell, of Bunker Hill; five daughters: Mrs. Gladys Strea-j bal of Kokomo, -Mrs. Marjorie Rayl ,of Kokomo, Mrs. Esther Murphy ,of Winamac, Mrs. Edna Echert, of Winamac, and Mrs. •Marie Carlson of Idaville; 15 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. She. was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Winamac. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church with Rev, C. F. Sanford presiding.. Burial will be at the Star City Odd Fellows cemetery. The body is at the Fry and Lange funeral home in Winamac and friends may call Sunday evening. Layercake served at an afternoon or evening snacktime, should always be accompanied by dessert-size plate and forks. * * *„ -MOW! * * * * NOW! /THE BIGGEST, BEST MUSICAf * ^Op EVERY SEASON. ANY YEAR * Carl Brink Rites Monday Funeral services for Carl- W. Brink, 65, prominent Logansport business man will be Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the Fisher funeral home. . Brink, senior-member of Brink and Brink Accountants; died Friday noon at Mayo's Clinic in Rochester, Minn., where he 'had been a patient for'rwo weeks; He had been in failing- health for some time.' . • The final rites will be in charge of the Tipton Masonic Lodge and Rev. Irving Phillips will preside. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Brink was formerly a partner in the Craig Garment factory in Logansport. He was the son of Louis and Emma Olson Brink. He was married to Ruth Thompson on Nov. 10, 1920 in Indianapolis. She survives. Other survivors include: two sons; Carl W. Jr., of Lancaster, Ohio, and Richard T. of 2316 Mayfair drive, city, a member of Announcements WEDNESDAY. ..The Anoka WSCS will-hold its annual Christmas dinner at 121,30 o'clock Wednesday at the home of Gladys Hopper. • Members are to bring a covered dish and table Keystone Club Exchanges Gifts At Holiday Event The Keystone club convened at the YWCA Friday for a 1 o'clock dessert luncheon and Christmas party with a gift exchange featured. . ' . . The president, Ellen Harrison, presided at the session and troduced the committee service. An offering will be .taken for a charitable gift in place of a gift exchange. * * * 'Harrison township HD club will meet at the Lncerne school Wednesday afternoon at .1:30 o'clock. Sunshine sisters will be disclosed at this session and in lieu of the usual, gift exchange, treats will be sent to Hendrick's school. ' # * * Friendship class of Market street Methodist church will convene at 12 o'clock noon Wednesday for a covered dish and turkey dinner. A social hour will follow with a 50-cent gift' exchange. All rnem- * * * Metea Baptist Missionary society will convene Wednesday TheL. S. to B. of L. F. and E. No. 81 will meet Wednesday evening for a covered dish supper at S o'clock at 50 17th street. Members are to bring a covered dish, table service and a 50-cent gift for exchange. Initiation of a candidate wffl'be held and pins given to 25, 40 and 50 year members. * ¥ * THURSDAY .- The Excel club will hold its yule party Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Mildred Neese, 1123 E. Broadway. * * * St. Joseph hospital auxiliary will 1 meet. Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock in the third floor lounge of the hospital for a nursery shower. Members are to bring gifts for the hospital nursery. ' *. * •' " -•_--„ Wayne Friendly club will meet *» with Mrs. Arthur Feidner ThurS-S day morning at 11:30 o'clocji. J Members are to bring a covered. -\ dish, table service .and a,one-. dollar gift for 1 those not having* a*' secret pal.. -. -. • " * * * - • ' £ Past Presidents of the Ameri-""" can Legion auxiliary will convene ~ Thursday.evening.at 6:30 o'clock^ for their'Christmas dinner at the p Ben Hur. Entertainment will !ol : ~ - . low at the home of Mrs. R. p. Schmidt, 410 W. Broadway. ;" j n . with an auction to be held prior • to the noon dinner. Hostesses will charge. They were Bertha TutUe, Rena Jones, Mae Cox and Marguerite Knepper. • The secretray-treasurer reports were given and the door prize was awarded to Margaret Stewart. Special prizes went to Fern Weaver, Letha Sullivan, Lena Jones and Lulu Powlen. the accounting firm; two broth-! Cards" were played with table IRVING BERLIN'S* wONDERFUL ?£_ ROSEMARY- VERA- •> CLOONEY'ELLEN ers, Lawrence, of Indianapolis, Victor, of Springfield, New Jersey; one sister, Mrs. Emma B. Hopkins] of Indinanapolis; - and five grandchildren. Brink was an active member of the Calvary Presbyterian Church, a member and past president of the Kiwanis Club, a member of Tipton Lodge No, 33, F. and A. M. and the Elks Lodge, The Elk's will hold services at 7:30 p.m.'Sunday. . He also was a past president of the Three Rivers council of Boy Scouts. Friends may call at the funeral home. Cover turkey giblets with wale and add a quartered small onion a few parsley branches, som celery tops and a bayleaf. Coo; about an hour and use this stocf for making gravy. JEWEL BOXES for LADIES OR MEN in many beautiful colors $1.95 to $21.00 Some Musical—Some with Separate Travel Boxes TIMBERLAKE'S Announces Westinghouse luality-Engi * f 'r f f ' f *r / . ^f . COMPLETE WITH GIFT PACK ONLY Here at last is a pocket radio, quality-engineered for top listening pleasure, at a price you can afford. This new Westinghouse six transistor radio is .precision- made ... packed with every engineering advance known to the industry. It plays up to 75'hours on two low cost penlite batteries . It's beauty speaks for itself. The handsome gift package holds the radio, a carrying case, two batteries and a private earphonelistening attachment. Quality- engineering, quality-styling and low price make this new Westinghouse all-transistor pocket radio a value not to be missed. You can be sure...if it's WeslinghOUSe ( prizes going to Florence Harris, Florence Bickell, Faye Robbins, Agnes Murphy, Merle Crowe^ Marie Timmons, Fern Hickey, jlva Dawson, Lena Jones, Amelia Florence Biekell and her corn- Florence Bickel land her committee will be in charge of the next meeting of January 19th. be Helen Paschen and Doris Stuart and the Christmas program will be in charge of Gladys Shoup' and Mabel" Sherman. A 50-cent gift exchange will be held. » * * Eel township HD club No. 1 will .hold a covered-dish dinner at 12 o'clock noon Wednesday with Elizabeth Spencer, 318 Tanguy. Members are to bring a covered dish and table service. *, * * The General CWF, of Ninth street Christian church, will convene Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for a Christmas tea to be served by Division 2. A Christmas program is being planned by the CWF directors. Open Toddy 1 p. m._. 2 wonderful pictures,, brought back f o r your enjoyment. —. n SimutT WMIE-GMNGER EBMIE KOYACS-FABIAN At 1:15—5-.20 and 9:25 p. m. -ALSO- iWILLIAM FAULKNER'S i The Long, Hot Summer PAUL NEWMAN- JOANN wHONY FRANCIOSA.; ORSON WELLES • LEE REMICK • ANGELA LANSBURY. co.cn, »wr At 3:20 and 7:30 p. m. *' A»P's MERRY ARRAY OF VALUES iriCLUDES EXTRA CASH SAVINGS ON SCORES OF U.S. Gov't. Insp. Top Quality Oven Ready TURKEYS ft fj fJ 18 to 24 Lbs. Lb. SERVE WITH 1-LB. CANS yy if P I ii yy yy ?£ $** yy yy Ocean Spray Sr 2 Sweet Potatoes 10' Stuffing Bread Ham Sale— . . m m . E 4D 39 LOAF if «* CUT FROM M TO » LB "Super-Right" Semi-Boneless Fully Cooked Shank Portion Whole Hams 4 :r . 6LB LB 49 C Pineapple WHOLE OR HALF 10 to 12 LBS. A&P SLICED ; 20^-02. CANS A&P AiP YELLOW CLING . . , I Pumpkin I Peaches *r I Good Luck Reynolds Foil 2 3 VK »A yfi II 2c OFF PACK MARGARINE HEAVY DUTY , 29-OZ. CANS 29-OZ. CANS Z :-LB. CTNS. 25-FT. ROLL 29 C Applesauce . 79' Fruit Cocktail 51 C Philadelphia c 59' Potatoes l-LB. CANS SULTANA 30-OZ. I CANS. SWEET A&P . 8-OZ. PKG. 18-OZ. CANS II II Grapes A Terrific V; Red . . . m P/4 FROZEN Morton Pies JANE PARKER — OVER 2/3 FRUIT Fruit Cakes Mince .. M 49c Pumpkin 2 «,. oz . 39c JANE PARKER — OVER 2/3 FRUIT & NUTS FRUIT 22-OZ. PIES $' I CRESTWOOD ASSORTED Chocolates 4 Brown N'Serve >& EARLY CALD70RNIA U4-LB. LIGHT •LB. BOX TWIN ROLLS 1.99 Colossal Olives 2 45C Scott Napkins BOZ. TABLE, PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., DEC. 23RD TNI OUAT ATAHIM i HCItie TiA COMM*«.-Ap>$ /^teC» ' «M uper «MUI(fS OtPUDDBII tOOC MUKHIHt SIKd IBS* Shortening 3 «J dexo PURE VEGETABLE CAN KtMtMtllMtMiMiMlMtMl

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