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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, .U8L LOGAMSPOET PUBLIC LIBRARY THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOfiANSPORT. INDIANA fulton Resident Dies Suddenly ROCHESTER -'Mrs. Wilnettie Alderfer, 87, a resident of the Grandview community, died suddenly of a heart attack at 1 a.m. Saturday in-the Miller nursing home. A lifetime resident of Richland township, she was- born Dec. 24, 1874 to Samuel and Caroline Rannels McClure. She was maTied in 1894 in Fulton county to Clinton L Alderfer, who died May 29, 1959. Surviving are five daughters: Mrs. Earl Hariman, Mrs. Harry Morris, Mrs. Dean Armey and Mrs. Luetta Martens, all of South Bend, and Mrs. Walter Clevenger, Rochester; five sons: Leo, Argos; Carl, Tippecanoe; Vern, Mishawaka, and Ralph and Lester, Rochester; 32 grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Grossman funeral home in Argos, where friends may call after noon today. HOSPITAL NOTES Admissions to Woodlawn hos pital: Mrs. Harold Payne Argos. Dismissal: -. Mrs. Alvin Kuhn, Kewanna; Mrs. William Rogers and daughter. R;R. 2, Rochester; Miss Brenda Carr, Argos; 'Mrs. Charles Walton and daughter, Akron; Mrs, Eileen Jones, 1433 Elm street; Scott Belt, R.R. 3 Rochester; Mrs., Richard Baer and son, Tippecanoe;.Mrs. Thomas King and daughter, Bourbon; David Enyeart, Star City. Mr. and Mrs.' Clifford Reed, Warsaw, are the parents of a son. Damage was estimated at $360 when cars driven by John E. Kuhn, 24, RJI.-2, Rochester, and Mrs. Fannie H. Querry, 32, R.R: 2, Akron, collided at Eighth and Madison Friday. City police said Mrs. Querry, driving her car west on Eighth, tried to- stop for the stop sign, but her car slid on the snow packed street into the' intersection. Kuhn, driving his car north on Madison, was unable to stop his car before it hit the left frorrl of the Querry car. Damage was estimated at $235 to the Kuhn car and $125 to.the Quarry-auto. Undergoes Surgery was the son of Francis Maude (Grandstaff) Lantz hospital following several months' illness. Born near Bumettsville, he 'and and was married June 25, 1927 to Emma Kolb at Lafayette. He had lived in Deer Creek township, Miami county for the past ten years moving from the Walton community. Survivors include the wife and a sister, Mrs. Daisy Hufford of Logansport Funeral services will be held at the Leon Allen Funeral Home, Bunker Hill at 2 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Richard Crispell officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon on Monday. tj EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP)—Sen- Indianapolis. ator Paul Hatfield (D-Evansville) Jay B. lantz, 61 , Of Miami, Dies; Services Tuesday Ora Bussert, 73, Formerly Of Fulton, Dies In Wisconsin ROCHESTER—Ora Bussert, 73, an invalid for 14 years, died Saturday at Athens, Wisconsin. A" native of Fulton county he was born May 25, 1888, son o: Albert and Anna Bussert. He hac lived in the Burton community before moving to Athens four years ago. Survivors are his wife, Mary; one son, Luther, of Athens; one daughter, Mrs. Carl Newcomer 627 W. Sixth, this city. Friends may call at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home after nine o'clock Tuesday morning Rites will be there at two o'clock Commissioners In .Wednesday with JQOF cemetery. burial in the Graveside Rites Set For Baby Girl Sharp! PERU—Lome Ann Sharpf, in fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Larry Sharpf of 51 Arrowheac Blvd., Kokomo, died at birth a: 8:45 p.m. Friday at Si Joseph's Hospital, Kokomo. She is. survived by her parent and sister, Deborah, at home her paternal grandparents, Mr. andn Mrs. Lewis Sharpf..of Peru and her maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaub of There will be graveside rites underwent major surgery Satur- at 10 a.m. Monday at the Spring- day in Welborn Baptist Hospital dale cemetery, Bunker Hill with here. . ! the Rev. Avery W. Wiley officiat- The hospital reported Hatfield'ing. was in satisfactory condition after I The Eikenberry funeral home surgery. has charge of arrangements. GREETINGS for the New Year Again.we wish to thank... the Doctors, Nurses, St. Joseph Hospital Auxiliary and Sewing Circle and the General Public for their wonderful kindness during the year and extend a— • HAPPY.NEW YEAR TO ALL —The Sisters of St. Joseph Hospital Cfcanges Expected WINAMAC— The Pulask County Commissioners' are scheduled to meet in regular session on Tuesday, January 2, 1962. A change in the political complexion in Pulaski county is anticipated when Nick Loehmer, of Monterey, officially takes his seat on the board, shifting the balance of political power from the Democratically dominated board to Republican. Loehmer, elected in 1960 ,will replace Carl Winters, of Tippecanoe township. Loemher has been attending the recent sessions of the commissioners to acquaint himself with the various duties of that office. Several new appointments- are expected to take place shortly after the first of the year. County highway road men, custodian of the county court-house, county highway superintendent, and superintendent of the county farm, are among the major i changes expected, as well as. the naming of a new county attprney. A late model sedan veered out of control at Monticello and Main street late Saturday. It missed several parked cars, 'sprayed one with dirt and snow, and stopped on the sidewalk in front of the entrance of the Pulaski county Abstract company. • The driver told town marshal Robert J. Hoffman, that his accelerator pedal had jammed. He said - he skidded out of control through the intersection, steering his car past a filling station driveway onto the sidewalk. Word has been received here from the Director of the Indiana Department of Conservation, Donald E. Foltz, that the department again has seedlings available to landowners in Indiana for spring planting in 1962. The seedlings are.Multiflora Rose. The tiny plants may "be ob through the division of fish and game for a nominal fee,, either at $6.00 a thousand or $1.00 per hundred. Interested persons should obtain application fonns by writing to Living Fence, 605 State Office Building, Indianapolis 4, Indiana. Foltz stated that the seedlings will be shipped as soon as weather conditions will permit planting. Seedlings for the Pulaski county area .and adjacent counties will be supplied from the Jasper-Pulaski State Nursery situated just north of Medaryville. The Multiflora Rose scedings may also be obtained, through the "Farm Game Habitat Program." Foltz stated that landowners who are interested in improving the living conditions for wildlife on thier farms by planting seeds and grain furnished free through this program may also get the Multiflora Rose seedlings free of charge. Two Arrested In Carroll For Larceny Out On $1,000 Bond DELPHI—Ralph Edward Kelly, 20, of route 1, Cutler and Donald Keith Baker, 24, of route 1, Brookston, arrested Friday are out on bond of $1,000. They will be arraigned in Carroll circuit court on charges of petit larceny in Carroll and White county. Sheriff John Roth said the two had admitted a series of thefts and that some-articles had been recovered. These include an aluminum boat owned by Jack Baker, Pittsburg and furniture from * the Tom Everett home, Cutler, route Weather Elsewhere Albany, clear High Low Pr. 19 Atlanta, clear 42 17 141 Dead In Epidemic KARACHI, Pakistan. (AP) A smallpox, epidemic, which.,has stirred international alarm ;.• because an 'airline passenger from Pakistan .reported, ill in London,' raged in Karachi Saturday. In the past week 141 persons have- died, 11 of them Friday night, by official count. Smallpox patients in various hospitals in- the city rose to 210. Medical authorities started' a mass .inoculation program in schools and colleges and 20,000 persons wece inoculated" throughout the city. Ismet Khan, 24, a Pakistani who flew to London on Christmas Day, was taken to a hospital there last Thursday where his illness was diagnosed a s smallpox. He had used two 'planes, an Air France plane to Paris and a WE HOPE YOUR YEAR 15 FILLED WITH LAUGHTER AND JOY FROM START TO FINISH SHOE STORE and Employees 4M.Broadway Bismarck, snow ...... 30 11 T Greek airline plane to^ondon and Boston, clear 26-14 Buffalo, snow 17 10 Chicago, clear Cincinnati, clear Cleveland, cloudy .,.'. 14 Omaha, cloudy ....... 23 Philadelphia, clear ... 26 14 , Pittsburgh, snow Portland, Me., clear . Richmond, dear St. Louis, doudy .03 Phoenix, cloudy 66 36 19 8 23 12 .. 38 17 .. 33 10 .. San Diego, cloudy .... 68 44 .. San Francisco, clear,. 49 40 Seattle, cloudy 49 40 .. Tampa, clear 54 33 .. Washington, cloudy .. 33 19 .. Winnipeg, snow 13-2 T (M—Missing; T—Trace) Chairman Of Peru Utilities Board To Be Chosen Friday 'PERU — The newly-appointed members of the city's first utilities board will hold its organization meeting at 3 p.m. Jan. 5 at which time a chairman will be elected. The initial meeting of the board will be held at 3:30 p.m. Jan. 11 'at which time they will approve the utilities' claims. The board plans to meet about the 12th and 27th of each month to approve claims. Mrs. Laura Bond, city clerk 17 -2 , 26 9 5 29 52 Denver, clear ________ „_ „ Des Moines, cloudy ..13-2 Detroit, snow .... — 18 11 M Fairbanks, cloudy ... .16 -57 .. Fort Worth,, clear .... 62 26 .. Honolulu, cloudy ..... 81 69 .. Indianapolis, dear ... 20 -4 .02 Jacksonville, dear ... 50 24 .. Juneau, doudy ....... 27 23 .. Kansas City, cloudy ..35- 6 .. IjOs Angeles, doudy .. 75 48 .. Memphis, rain ....... 41 20 .02 Miami, clear ......... 61 42 .. Milwaukee, snow . ..... 16 0 T Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudy M - 5 M New Orleans, cloudy . 61 31 New York, clear ..... 26 16 ..jhad made stops in Tehran and .451 Rome as well as Paris. Scores of ..!• hostesses, customs men, and oth- .011 er airport -personnel were inoculated in Rome, Paris and London. Effort s also were made to warn passengers on the two planes, though most were believed to have carried international vaccination certificates. 16 2 Mollie Southard, 89, Dies A! Rochester; Final Rites Tuesday HOCHESTER-Mrs. MolHe Orns- bee Southard," 89, of Tiosa, died at 7:15 .p.m. Saturday at- Woodlawn hospital. She -had .been admitted there early Saturday, after having been a-patient at the Miller nursing home two weeks.- •• 'Born .in Fulton county. August 16, 1872, she w£s the daughter of Joseph and Margaret Wright Orns- bee, - - . She attended the First Brethren church at Tiosa. Survivors are_ two nieces: Mrs. Marie Barkley, South Bend; Mrs. Marguerite Tpwe, Daytona Beach, Fla, A .sister and a brother preceded her in death.. ' ''•'-'• Friends may call at the Foster and Good funeral home after two o'clock Monday. .Services will-be there at 2:30 Tuesday with burial in the- Sand Hill cemetery, north of here. They Were Decoys, Liars Club informed BURLINGTON, Wis. (AP) That collection of preposterous prevaricators, the Burlington Liars' Club, has come up with its annual crop of whoppers. They're slyly calculated to bring chuckles —or groans. C. R. Hutcheson, an imaginative raconteur from Lubbock, Tex. was acclaimed as the winner of the 1961 contest. His tale: "For years, I have been working to perfect a duck call. Satisfied with my laboratory me cm t tests, I recently decided to give ev j^ ence _ There's A Difference Between Pranks And Juvenile Delinquency DENVER (AP)—Kids will be kids—but there is a big difference between stealing apples as a childish prank and juvenile delinquency, a panel of social scientists agreed Saturday. If all children who stole apples at -the age of six were called juvenile delinquents, the whole world would be delinquent, said Dr. Eleanor T. Glueck, Harvard Law School criminologist. The real juvenile delinquent— the person who exhibits a persistent pattern of antisocial behavior —is often a creation of his first five or six years of life, she said. Mrs. Glueck and other members of a panel considering juvenile delinquency at a session of the American Association for the Advancement of Science gave their views to newsmen before the session. Donald E. J. MacNamara, dean of the New York Institute of Criminology, said that the mere existence of special courts and police to handle juvenile delinquent cy was in part responsible for the rise in juvenile delinquency statis- Mother, Holding Her Child, Leaps From Burning Building NEW YORK (AP) - A Negro mother holding her infant son in her arms jumped from a third- flaar window Saturday to escape a fire, then caught her leaping 4-year-old daughter 'in her arms. Police said Rosa Jenkins, 29, landed on the roof of a one-story shed after s he plunged.from the window of their Brooklyn home with 13-month-old Anthony'in her arms. • • . Then putting the baby down, she caught Rosa Lee, 4, as the girl jumped from the same window. Travel Talk PAGE SEVEN An*ww to Proviou* PuzxJ* ACiOSS 8VIneg»r 1 Travel on foot p£ travel bade unracira wrara n .20 Greek w»r god 22 A bove 34 Dry ; 15 Fasten WSoaxilax 17Fercbei . "*«"—-~i -O, Showed: .£Para.U ~ contempt -™ mumiaaiei aOBoofcofmiipI 27Xravellnjl>jr 21Moicow Square -.J™ ter . 22 Mineral rock 28 Female 23 Travel! aboard 29 FenMylvanii 28 Mean .-./ - -.g!?-,. OTMouthward 31 Frank 31 Is Indebted 32 Knight 1 * title 33 Wicked 34.Miroicker 35 Persian fairy 36 Makei "certain 38 Rock... 39 Moral wrong 40 Chinese beverage 41.Elertrical unit 44 Weight 48 Eager'.49 Wager 50 Melody 51 Duration 52Britiih . beverage 33 Spoken. . M Pacifier* ssMan'i nickname MCrawi DOWN 1 Fireplace ledgei 2 Press. 3 Vegetable 4 Came in 5Drilled .6 Employed 7De£eat at cards 35 Spectra . 37 Ciutomt 38Oriental coin- 40.Canied (colL) 41 Greaw 42Bxchan(e premium «Cavort 4* Distant (prafti) 4$ Halo 46Chevr 47L«np«yi 4» Nocturnal NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. Sadie Forsythe, 81, Dies At Rochester; Final Rites Monday ROCHESTER—Mrs.'Sadie Forsythe, 81, of 501 E. Sixth street, died at 11:30 Saturday morning at Woodlawp hospital where she had been a patient since Christmas All three were reported in fair day. She had been in failing condition at Kings County Hospi- health four years. tics. He also criticized the way many of the courts handled juvenile cases. Many judgments, he said, would not stand up in adult courts because they involved violations of Rights and the rules of tal. The mother suffered numerous cuts and bruises, but the children suffered only from smoke wisoning. Jesse Kenworthy, 92, Succumbs At Camden DELPHI—Jesse Kenworthy, 92, of Delphi, died at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Good Will Nursing Home n Camden following a lingering illness. Born Feb. 19, 1869 at West Point, Ind., he was the son of James H. and Esther Fritch Kenworthy. He never married. He was a retired laborer. Survivors include nieces and nephews. Funeral services wiE be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Eikenberry funeral home in Delphi with Rev. John Laprad officiating. Burial will be in the Delphi IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Monday. it a field trial. "The first time I blew the call, ducks swarmed in from all directions; the sky was black with them. I cut loose with my pump gun and with six shots killed my limit of six ducks. "What is so strange about that, you say? Well, when I picked up those ducks, I found that three of them were decoys." Mrs. Glueck said that condition within the family in the early life of a child were often responsible for creating the juvenile delinquent. These conditions were the affections of 'the parent, supervision and discipline. Contract Ratified INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A new three-year contract was ratified Saturday by 2,400 members of Local 1150, United Steelworkers of America who work at Link-Bdt iCo. here. Mrs. Laura Bond, city clerk-1 Agreement on the new pact was treasurer will serve as secretary | feached Thurs d a y by union and and Citv Attorney Robert Haig, | „ ,„„„+;,,t,,,<. Tt calk fm- a and City Attorney Robert attorney for the board'. the board will have general supervision over and fix the policy of the power, water and sewage departments, according to the ordinance. Board members will receive a salary of $100 a year, payable semi-annually. MOTION DENIED PERU — Joseph Van Dalsen, Macy livestock dealer, enjoined last December from' operating as such without a state license, has been denied a motion for a new trial. Spedal Judge Lowell F. Pcf- ley, Columbia City, on Friday overruled the motion filed by Van Dalsen on Dec. 20, 1960. company negotiators. It calls for a 22 - cent hourly wage increase spread over the three-year period, beginning Oct. 1, 1961. It also contains a new system for job rating. Under the new contract, company and union officials will evaluate jobs and set pay scales according to the skill required to perform a job. DELEGATION ARRIVES TOKYO (AP) — A Communist Chinese delegation arrived in Ulan Bator, Outer Mongolia, this week to attend dedication ceremonies of a 12,000-kilowatt power plant built with Red Chinese aid, the New China News Agency reports. Thank You! 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPLIES American Express Money Orders At AH Tims* Smith's Market 17th and Gears* St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p. m.—Sundays and Week Days ter. A native of New York City she was bom July 5, 1880, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Decker. A resident of Fulton county for 20 years she was married July 19, 1939 at Plymouth to G .urge Forsythe. She was a retired registered .urse. Survivors are the husband; one sister, Mrs. Alta Falkenberg, Toledo, Ohio; three nieces. Friends may call at the Foster and Good funeral home after two o'clock this afternoon. Final rites will be there Monday at 1:30 with the Reverend Ernest Treber of the Christian church of Tippecanoe officiating'. Burial will be in the Brethren. cemetery southeast of Argos. CARS COLLIDE Cars driven by Charles Jilcott, Jr., J7, of 2300 Usher, and John Wilson, 51, of 517'Wilkinson, collided; at 10:37 •a.'m.", 1 Saturday on Broadway west of Sixth. Second Elkhart Mayor Takes Office Jan. 1 ELKHAET, 2nd; (AP) - New Year's Day has ^a-special-significance for the Elkhart city administration and the city's • residents. That's the day a new administration takes over in a unique "share the-mayor" plan. The plan was worked out two years ago after the race for mayor wa s so close that both candidates claimed victory. To settle the dispute, it was decided to cut the term in half and let each man serve two years'. -Frank Parmater, Republican, served the first two. years. Now it is time for Democrat Richard Corns to tske over, Under the agreement,- Corns served as city controller while Parmater was mayor. Now Parmater steps down to controller.-They also s witch salaries — Corns moving up to $10,000-a-year and Parmater down to $7,500. After the election, Corns was declared the winner, but Parmeter asked for a recount and it showed him winning by a slim margin. Corns theri asked for * recount of the recount and the "share-rhe-mayor" plan was worked out .by the twto parties Casimir PulasM, a Polish citizen, died in the struggle for American independence. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Grant, 2001% Jefferson, a daugli ;r. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Drach, route 1, Kewanna a daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Kaufman, route 2, Walton, daughter. Admitted: Carl Johnston, route 1, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Thelma Jones route 2, Flora; Mrs. Ruth Bargerhuff, 1814 E. Broadway; Mrs. Mary Ulery, route 1, Galveston; Ralph Veyett, 227 CM Drive; Jack Richason, route 2 and William Herr, 515 Thirteenth St. Dismissed: William Berkshire, route 6; Robert Blackburn, route 3; Mrs. Larry Dilts and son, route l' Winamac; Miss Cynthia Graham, 2008 E. Broadway; Edgar Jasorka, 827 Van Buren; Miss Paige Montgomery, route 3, Delphi; Edward Roiers, 85 S. Sixth; Mrs. Nellie Tribett, 1437 Liberty; Mrs. Ada Wahl. 1402 Spear; Mrs. Edith Weese, rcute 1, Idaville; Mrs. Reba Williams, 801 Twentieth; Master David Wireman, route 1, Royal Center; Miss Linda Brewer, 614 Reynolds St.; Daniel Bovitt, 616H Wheatland Ave.; Mrs. Randolph Chambers and daughter, 828& Spencer St.; -Carl Klumpp, 221 Humphrey St.; Charles Lane, route 2, Master Stephen Lynas, route 1; Ralph - Maaweli, Flora; Mrs. Marilyn Wilson, route 1, Bunker Hill and Mrs. Audrey Wolfe, 411% Hanna St. ST. JOSEPH . Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hickey, 1410 George, a son. Admitted: Donald Wise, 977 S. Cicott; Judson Price, Lucerne; Frank King, Winamac; Mrs. Eva Bonnell, route 2. --Dismissed: Peter Miller, 516 Diz- ardie; Hurbert-Owens, 701% Market; Joseph Schlick, 301 Undger; •Mrs. Emma Pitman, 432 Bartlett; Mrs. Nellie- Peterson, • 800 Twentieth; Master William Shinn, 2006 Smead;- Baby John and Miss Brenda Zimmerman, 315 Cliff Dr.; Miss Sharon "Berkshire, Delphi; Mrs. Robert Beall and son, Twdve Mile. • Dismissed Dec, 24: Lonnie Reed, 936 Helm. forward, mis we pray; tkat ilie coming year will see tne fulfillment of tne dream toward wnicL. we strive...everlasting'peace on earth for all mankind. May it Le for all... A HAPPY NEW YEAR! Logansport Metal Culvert Co. and Employees 220 Hanna Street Phone 5157

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