Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 31, 1961 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 31, 1961
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PAGE TEN THE PHAROS-TMBPNE mi MGANSPORT PRESS; IOGANSEORT, INDIANA • SUNDAY; DECEMBER a. un. Reports On I Servicemen : : Army Pvt.. Robert:W.:Timber•man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Tiinberman, 125 Lockwood, logansport, Jnd., completed-eigtit yweeks of advanced individual iraining at The Field'Artillery ;Training Center, - Fort Sill, OHa.,. Dec. is, . •: ,; ••:-.:... •: •-. , . Timbennan' vras' trained jii -the duties of a survey specialist.' He also received instruction in' the procedures used in artillery communications and,' ammunition handling and storages "The 18-year-old soldier -entered the Army last. August and completed basic-combat training at Fort Kiiox, Ky. He -attended Logansport 'High School '• • Army Pvt, Richard" L, Bennett, 19 son of Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Bennett, 114 E. 12th st., Rochester, Ind., completed the five-week military accounting course at The Finance School, Fort .Benjamin Harrison, Ind., Dec. 15. Bennett received specialized training in organization, record procedures, and .. operations and reports pertinent to financial accounting under the Army .command management system. He entered the Army last-July and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.' : Bennett was. graduated from Rochester High School-in 1960 and attended Manchester College. -Army Pvt. Charles B.'.Hines son'of Mr. and .Mrs. Jimmy-C. Hines, Reynolds, -Ind,- completed ' Gard of Thanks - We wish to express our Heartfelt thanks to our friends, neighbors, relatives, Rev. Neeriemer, Rev. 'Roffin Hill, Dr. Earl W. Bailey, the staff of Memorial Hospital, and the American-Legion Post 6(1 for all kindnesses and services tendered during the illness ..and upon the passing of Ralph L. Fissel. ' Wife, Father, Grandfather, Son, and Brothers. For Rent 816 Melbourne, 3 rooms, unfurnished, first floor, modern, bath, built-in cupboards, gas Heat- Phone 4827 - 53519. — St. John Commandery No.24K.T. Stated Conclave Monday evening. Preceded, by cany in dinner at 6:30 pan. Please attend. Cletus C. Fitz, B.C. Loss Of Revenue From Expressway Feared By Commission INDIANAPOLIS "•/; (AP)1.-,. Tjie Indiana Toll Road Commission was urged Saturday to oppose completion .of the Tri-State Bx- >ressway for fear of heavy reve- me loss on the toll;road. 'Wilbur, Smith & Associates,. New laven, Coriri., traffic 'consultants, said a connecting • of the' Tri- tate to new. Interstate.:94 in ffichigant could cost the toll road il;489,800 in decreased revenue. •The;report said the .new freeway running from Detroit t» Benon JIafbor, has already reduced iidiana:-toll .joad revenue by 862,821 in -the' first 'nine months of this 'year," N : Jack-E. Reidv.com mission chairman, said the'road's revenue,'off 1 9.3 per cent this year, will b'arely cover operating expenses .and .bond interest. The. consultants predicted $510,000 in added revenue could be expected if two toE road links were expedited — Ind. 39 north of La Porte to Interstate 94, and Interstate 65 south of Gary to U.S. 30. The consultants said toll .'road revenue would be safe if the Tri- State completion were delayed until 1972. It now extends east only halfway across Gary. The : Toll'-Road Commission will meet at its -head q u a r t e r s at Granger'next Friday. • • eight weeks of advanced individual training at The Field Artillery Training Center; Fort Sill Okla., Dec: 15. ^ ' ; . •Hines was trained in the duties of a cannoneer with the 105- millimeter howitzer, a light field artillery weapon. He also received instruction in the procedures used in artillery commun ications and ammunition handling and storage. He entered the Army last July and. received basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1958 -graduate of Burnettsville High School and attended .Purdue University in Lafayette and Northrop Aeronautical Institute in Inglewood, Calif. ' Army Pvt AleiTo. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Smith, Route 2, Camden, Ind., completed eight weeks of military police training at The Provost Marshal General's School, Fort Gordon Ga., Dec. 21. Smith received instruction in self defense, traffic control anc the basic procedures of civil and military law. The 20-year-old soldier entered the Army last August and re ceived basic combat training a Fort Knox, Ky. He attended Tipton Township High School, Onward.: •-.-• JOINT INSTALLATION-Officers of: Tipton and Orient lodges, were ^installed Thursday night during: joint,ceremonies at, tlte Masonic Temple. The officers are, from; left.-first row: Jack Burk, Orient senior warden; Lloyd Murphey, Onoit, mas er; Rev. M. L. Jtobinson, installing chaplain; Cletus Fife, wstaUing officer- 0. L. Shanteau, installing marshal; Harold Watson, Tipton master; 'Marion Spencer, Tipton senior warden; ocond row: Ray Parker Orient Junior warden; Parker BeaU, Ornent treasurer- George Byers. Tiptoh treasurer; George Smith, ftpton semor steward; Gerald Gosgray, Orient junioi garden; William Canfield, Tipton junior .steward;. .William Kfllioo, Tipton junior deacon; LyleBebee, Tipton junior warden; third, row: Charier Warner, Tipton tyler; Robert Master, Orient senior deacon; Hugh Adams, Orient junior deacon; William Hipsher, Jr., Orient senior steward; Stewart Gordon, organist for both; Francis Koepkey, Tipton senior deacon; Charles Hume, Orient chaplain; Guy Branaman, Tipton chaplain; Lisle Minnick, Tipton secretary; Earl Harrison, Orient secretary. (Staff FhQW John Ireland RHej Al Peru Tuesday 'PERU—Final rites for John Ireland, 66, retired C&O railroad car- man, will be at 1:30 Tuesday from the Drake-Flowers chapel Burial will'be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call art the funeral home after • 7-pjn; this evening. His death, ''after a ten- days' illness, occurred at 11-55 am ay^at the Wabash Railroad Employes hospital Born in-this: city Jan 31, 1895, he was the son of Thomas and Martha Emrick Ireland; His mai> riagfr in 1923 was to Dessie L Clark; who died in 195L Surviving is a brother, Vern Ireland, Ft .Wayne Promise Inl962 BONN; Germany &ffi)';--Chani eilor' Konrad 1 Adenauer' expressed confidence-Friday that EasWest negotiations on the Berlin - crisis ill start "sometime during the" jeginning of the coming year." 'hus, he concluded, there will be o war in 1962. Short illness Fatal To Audra Long, 56; Services At Kokomo Final 'rites for Mrs. Audra .Marguerite Long, 56, of 420 W. Ottawa,.will be Monday at two o'clock from the: Ellers mortuary, Kokomo. The Reverend Howard Jen- dns will officiate and "burial will Je in Clymers cemetery/ Miami county. Friends may call at the uneral home after 11 a.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. : Long died at 1:27 p.m. Friday at Memorial hospital, after - few days' illness. Born Sept. 17, 1905, 'at Idaville, she was the daughter of Howard and Thusria Lewis Stover. She was a member of the First Bap- iist church of Delphi. Survivors are three daughters and a son: Mrs. Bonnie. Mack city; Mrs. Verna Mansfield, Wil liamsport; Mrs. Mary Hall and John H. Long, Kokomo. One son preceded her,in death. Other survivors are 12 grand, children; three sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Flossie Bitner, Kokomo; Mrs. Ruth Bitzner, Converse; Mrs. Imogene Mazergwski, Kokomo; Alton Stover, Idaville; James Stover, Brookston; Ralph Stover, Monticello; a half-brother, Jwnes Carroll Co. Highway ProjectsTo Be Bid INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Two new stretches of Interstate 74 in he Greensburg and. Batesville areas will be among |10.7 million worth of highway and bridge projects on which the State Highway Commission will open bids Jan, 10. Highway projects, by counties: Decatur — pave 5.69 miles os Interstate 74 from 2.42' miles west of Ind. 3 at Greensburg to about .4 mile east of St Omer. Decatur and Franklin — pave 4.2 miles on Interstate 74 from 3.72 miles west of the Decatur- Franldin county line to .48 mile east of the county line. Daviess — resurface .558 mile on Ind. 57 in Plainvflle. Johnson and Marion — rebuild and widen Ind. 431 between Indianapolis and Greenwood, making it a four-lane highway for 5.2 miles.,, . St Joseph — widen and resurface 2.374 miles of Bittersweet Road from Bay Road to Indiana Toll Road. ' The wishes of the family are faithfully followed by . us in every respect, including thoughtful consideration for financial circumstances. SERVING AU FAITHS T V V JOHN w FISHER ///$/^ Funeral Home Funeral Director 3Q3 w Market AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 3608 face 1.75 miles on Ind. 5 from U.S. 20 north to just north of the New York Central Railroad a Shelby . -asd- Hancock — - widen and resurface 5.65 miles on Ind 9 from just south of U.S. 52 north o the south edge of Greenfield and 2.85 miles north .from the south edge of Greenfield. Carroll — widen and resurface U.S. 421' and Ind. 39 from the south end of the Tippecanoe River bridge southeast to .1 mile south of Patton, and for 2.750 miles torn just south of Ind. 18 to Summit Street in Delphi. Ripley _ resurface .64 miles ol [J.S. 421 from .21 mile southeast of the Decatur-Ripley county line to just north of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in Osgood. Bridge projects,-by counties: Decatur — over Cliity Creek 01 Interstate 74, 4.4 miles west o Ind. 3; over Interstate 74 on New Point-Rossburg Road at inter change .5 mile north of New Point ' Franklin and Decatur — over Interstate 74 on Enochsburg Road 1.7 miles east of New Point. 'Marion — over relocated Hanna Avenue,on Interstate 465, .25.mile ..northeast;* of Arlington^. Avenue over Interstate 465 on Arlington Avenue .8 mile north of Thomp son Road. r: tiafce —"-xjver Interstate 1 80 on Chase Street at the south edge o NO BEAUTIES BAGHDAD (AP) - Iraq's first beauty contest is going to be : [op. No contestants have turnet up. As a special -attraction for New Year's Eve, the Auberge light Club scheduled a contest to pick Miss Baghdad oM962 Since : the sight of girls in bathing suits- could well cause an uproar in this ultra-conservative Moslem oity announcement was made tha contestants could parade in even ng dresses. Even so, not a singl entry signed up in two weeks. SMILE YS TV SERYICt CENTER HOME Of THE NOTICE ALL BUSINESSES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 1962 Byers Disposal Service Will offer you prompt and efficient Collection and Disposal Service AT. REASONABLE RATES Please Call 5585 NEW MOTOROLA 23" TABLE TV 3ary, a mile, west of Gran Street. Putnam — over Ramp Creek o Ind. 43, 2.8 miles north of U.S 36. Daviess — over Hanna Ditch o Ind. 57 at the south edge Plainville. Hendricks — over west fork of Big Walnut Creek on U. S. 136 2 mile southeast of Jamestowi Bids also were invited on plan ings for three interchanges on In terstate 65 in Jackson County — the U.S. Slinterchangea Crothersville, the Ind. 250 inter change at Uniontown, and th U.S. 50 interchange east of Se; mour. . The Anita Slifer Dear God, Will you: forgive me for what I haye done wrong? I thank you for giving-me a nice time and. for my school and everything in it Amen. This prayer was written by Anita Slifer, of Metea. For Your Shopping Convenience STANDARD FOOD STORES 709 L BROADWAY OPEN MONDAY NEW YEAR'S DAY 9a.m. UNTIL 6p.m. 23' (ovtroll d(no< meat,; 283 iq. In. vltr ONLY MOTOROLA* TV IS GUARANTEED* A YEAR IN WRITING AT NO EXTRA COST •Manufacturer's one yoar ouaranlen covers free exchange or repair of any eornDon«nt provin difsclIvB In normal USA. Arranged through Mltlno denier. Labor extra. Modal Z3T12-23* scretn (overall ding, men., 2S3 iq. In. viiwlng «rea). In fiv« Grained flnlshis on tempered genuin* hird board. . New! 9" Portable by Motorola Model No. 19P15BE Motorola Quality and Performance ot a New How Pries $199.88 S«« it at Our TV Center :l:12:BurIintrton Av«. Dial 228(V Can'J Stop Your Cough? Use BUSJANNS COUGH SYRUP Extra Strong For'the Most (Sbitinat* Coughs , 3 Sins - $l.T5 r ;$1.60and$2.00 BUSJAHM'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St.' Phone 3774 i ' . - •• DivLea Cahqlan - Dr. Joe Closson CAHALAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL RFD, 4; lbgariiport-% Mile North on SR 25 ,-Ph, 2751 Chronicle Printing Co. QUALITY PRINTING IS NOT EXPENSIVE Tuesday and Wednesday Choice Center Cuts End Cuts SERVE WITH Applesauce 2 Heinz Ketchup l-LB. CANS 14-OZ- BTIi 29 22 Maine Potatoes U. S. No. I She "A" 25 "SUPER- 12-OZ. RIGHT' CAN ' I IJt JUICE A till A&P ^ 46-oz, CANS 400 COUNT Apple Pie SPECIAL LARGE 16cOFF.. .. . 8-INCH .TH! CM»T «»NU*l WCIM Tt» tOMf tMt. TUfc PRICES GOOD THRU WED., JAN. 3RD 39" 99, 21' 39 Come See... You'll Savr At AftPl

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