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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 14, 1962
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune HENDRICKS OPEN HOUSE-Henry Jones, director of the Kendricks Habilitation Center at 1418 Woodlawn Av'e., prepares a rug loom for use at the center's open house Tuesday. The public is invited to tour the workshop from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. to see trainees at work and the products they are making. Refreshments will be served. (Staff Photo.) Hail and Rain Pelt Northern States By United Press International Thunderclouds that carried tornadoes and lightning storms to parts of the Midwest scattered rain on spots from Oregon to New York State early today. • Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., was drenched with 1.59 inches of moisture in a six-hour period during the evening, while hail mixed with rain pelted areas in the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wis- Memorial Rites For Policemen INDIANAPOLIS (UPD—Memo- rial services were to be -conducted at the World .War Memorial Plaza today for 53 local and state policemen who lost their lives in the line of duty. Indianapolis police, Marion County deputy sheriffs and State Police were scheduled to take •part, and Governor Welsh and Indianapolis Mayor Charles Boswell planned to speak. The service, one of the first of its kind in the nation, was planned after enactment last year of a congressional resolution .setting Monday as Peace Officers Memorial Day.' . TRAGIC DROWNING ELKHART, Ind. (UPI) - Mrs. Sylvia Wertz, 79, Elkhart, slipped away from Elkhart General Hospital where she was under treatment for a stroke and leaped to her death today in the St. Joseph River across the street. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA) )SS: 'COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THJS OASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL, TERM, 1962 Notice la hereby given that MABEL. GEHRING was. on , 27 day ot April, 1062, appointed executrix ot the Estate ot RUD BOYD, deceased.. ? All persons UaviriK claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same In said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publlciUlon of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at LoffanHport, Indiana, this 27 day ot April, 1962. CLARENCE R. SETTLEMYRE Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana CHARLES K. MICHAEL Attorney for Estate NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE C-ASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM, 1862 Notice Is hereby Riven that FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK was, on 27th day or April, 19C2, appointed Kxeeu- tor of the Estate of ELMER BURTON, deceased. All persons bavins claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same In said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Locansport, Indiana, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County,' Indiana O'NEIlii & O'NEILL Attorney for Estate Heat records were set in Dixie Sundr Twisters whipped communities in South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa yesterday causing widespread property damage. Lightning in two states Sunday touched off fires and killed at least one person. Sheriff's deputies and patrolmen guarded against looting and helped in .clean-up operations at Wall,Lake, S.D., where a tornado demolished or damaged dozens of homes. Authorities .said about 12 farms in the area were badly damaged by the swirling winds, which killed cattle and tore down light poles and traffic signs. The belt of destruction took in about 40 square miles west and north of Sioux Falls, S.D., where a tornado knocked down several buildings. Authoriteis said damage estimates may run high A tornado swooped down on the small community of Uehling, Neb., tearing off part of the roof of a large lumber yard, smashing windows and knocking down light poles. One of two funnel clouds that skirted' Spencer, Iowa,. Sunday wrecked a steel corn crib, took the tops off several trees and damaged a shed on a nearby farm. Lightning Sunday killed Harvey Nouric, 59, Parchment, Mich., and set several cottages on the Lake Michigan shore near Pentwater on fire. Nourie was struck by the bolt while fishing from a small boat on the lake. Mothball-size hail pelted Pentwater and Hart, Mich. Authoriteis said a blaze which 'leveled St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Crevitz, Wis., Sunday was apparently started by lightning. Firemen said a sudden rainstorm helped them extinguish the blaze. NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF QUINCY HOMBURO In the Circuit Court of CasH County, APRIL Term, :1962 Cause Number P 01-143 In the matter of the Estate ot QUINCY HOMBURG. deceased Notice Is hereby srlven that Julia C. Isaacs as Administra- trix of the above named estate, has presented and filed her account In final settlement of sakl estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the .list day ot May, 1902, at which time all persons Interestod In said estate are required to appear In said court and show cause, If any there be, why said account should, not he approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others Interested are also required to appear and make proof of their hcirshi.p or claim •to any part of said estate. Clarence R. Settlemyre. Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana HANNA & SMALL Attorney New Drug Formula Clears Up Pimples HOUSTON, Texas — Successful completion .of field tests of the product, "KleerPlex" was announced today by Loesch Laboratory Consultants. Daily use of the new product, which is simply dabbed on the ;face with a piece of cotton, should completely control pimples, blackheads, etc., within 30 days, according to a company spokesman. Pimples, blackheads, and similar complexion problems are usually caused, by excessive* discharge of "sebum," a body waste which is discharged constantly through the skin. , Pimples are caused when sebum at or near the 1 skin surface dries and plugs the skin pores. Additional body wastes back up behind this "plug" of dried sebum, bacteria infest the area, and the skin irritation resulting becomes a blackhead or ymrile. KleerPlex is a deep pore cleanser, designed specifically to dissolve every known chemical component of this sebum. It clears up pimples and blackheads, makes the skin soft and smooth, and helps prevent "their formation in the future." It is sold on an absolute money-back guarantee of results. As a special, introductory offer, you can now order two ; months' supply of KJeerPlex, a regular $2.80 value,(vfqV'only $i'.9fcj Order KleerPlex by' writing to Dgesch, P. 0. Box 60001 Houston 6, TCxas. Your .Kleenex will be slipped hnmedia'f.eM C.OJX Or ^ will pay ship^hW, charges, if,>|S>u enclose voiir. ;l (chVJc or mwjsy order ' l ' l ^ Either \vay, ]i yopiiiusi,be completely satisfied !^yith,r0sults at the end of 30 days, oi"ybu may return the unused portion for immediate refund. Adv. David Allen Kindig Dies After Accident; Rites Tuesday ROCHESTER — A 22-year-old Miami county resident was killed at 12:45 p.m. Sunday while riding a motorcycle on Indiana 15, four miles south of Warsaw. David Allen Kindig, of rural route '2, Rochester, a cook at Dick's Drive-In in Rochester, died of a fractured skull in the accident. He was born June 25, 1939 in Rochester and was the son of Claude and Ada Kindig. He was a graduate o£ Rochester high school in the class of 1957 and was a member of the Eagles Lodge. He was also a member of the Sonny Perdue Orchestra. Survivors include his father, Claude, Rochester; his'' mother, Mrs. Ada Hutcheson Smith, Los Angeles; a brother, Emory Kindig, Fort Knox, Ky. and a sister, Miss Claudia Deeds, a student at Indiana University. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Zimmerman Brothers funeral home in Rochester with Rev. James Rhoades officiating. Burial will be in the Nichols cemetery near Akron under the auspices of the VFW and American Legion. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Minnie Shaffer Dies in Monticello MONTICELLO — Mrs. Minnie Shaffer, '85, widow of Samuel Shaffer, died at 11:30. p.m. Saturday at the Monticello, Nursing rlome where she, had been a pa- .ient five weeks. She had been a resident of Lafayette; Born in. Germany on.Dec. 30, 1876, she was the daughter of Henry and Dorothy Konke Godenrath'. Her marriage was to Samuel Shaffer in 1901 and he died in 1944. She came to the United States in 1885. . She was a member of the Methodist church in Lafayette. Survivors include a brother, Carl Godenrath, Reynolds; five sisters, Mrs. Anna Demaray, Mrs. Carrie Heartt, Mrs. 'Joe Altman and Miss Henrietta Godenrath, all of Reynolds and Mrs. Carl Dahlenburg, Monticello. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Miller funeral home in Monticello with Rev. Burl Crowe officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. PaulM. Garland, 65, Dies in M'iami County PERU — Paul M. Garland, 05, of rural route 1, Peru, died • at 4:35 p.m. Saturday at his home following an illness of several years. Born in-'Miami county on Oct. 12, 180U, he was the son,of W. W.- and Sarah Myers Garland. His marriage was to Virginia Miller on Nov. 9, 1935. ' Survivors include his widow and a'brother, Milton, Peru. Two sisters and a brother preceded him in death. He was a^ retired Farmer. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Eiken berry funeral home in Peru. Burial will be in Greenlawn cemetery at Mexico. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Candidates File Expense Reports Ralph Parmeter, a candidate for the Republican nomination for sheriff, spent $200.26 in his pri mary campaign, according to his expense report filed Monday with County Clerk Clarence Settlemyre, William McCune, a Democratic candidate for Eel township justice of the pea'ce, reported expenses of $167, and Don Freehafer, Republican candidate for justice of the peace, reported expenses of $35. Thomas Schull, Democratic candidate for township trustee, reported no expense. 52 Delegates Are Certified All of the Cass county delegates to the two party .conventions this summer received their certificates of election Monday from County Clerk/Clarence Settlemyre. There are 26 Republican and 23 Democratic delegates, who were elected Without opposition in the Cass county primary last week. The Republican, state convention will be held at Indianapolis June 19, and the delegates' will have their district caucus sessions the preceding , evening. The- Democratic state convention will be held "June 21 at Indianapolis. The , delegates, , also will hav<i district caucus meetings the night before the conven- Dll... . •'' ' ' : The delegates will select candidates for. U. S. senator .and for various state offices. Farm Bureau Items HARRISON The Harrison township Farm Bureaux met recently for a ham supper with 85 attending. The Pet and Hobby Club members recited poems in keeping with Mother's Day and Don Hen' derson spoke on "Farm Bureau Policies." Devotions were offered by Frank Myers, president. James Benson spoke on using safety belts. Benson is county president of the Rural Youth. A county Farm Bureau : talent show will.be held June 29 at the Noble township school, according to Margaret Crimmins. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crimmins will serve as chairmen for the June meeting. 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Born near Flora on Dec. 17, 1878, she was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Wingard Ei- tenberry. Her marriage was to Frank Beckner and he died Aug. 20, 1932. She was a member of the First Brethren church in Flora. Survivors include five daugh.ers: Mrs. Arnold Hanna, Indianapolis; Mrs. Russell Kuns, Mrs. Elver Pullen, Mrs. Kenneth Myer and Miss Elizabeth Beckner, all of rural route, Flora;. four sons, Arthur, .Beryl, Lloyd and Wilfred, all of Flora; 18 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren and two sis- firs, Mrs. Rosa Sharp, Frankfort and Mrs. Ethel Clingenpeel, La- "ayette. Two sons preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Letter 'imeral home in Flora with Rev. Arthur Tinkle officiating. Burial ill be in Maple Lawn cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral lome after 7 p.m. Monday. Kenneth L. Tilton Succumbs at 49; Rites Wednesday Kenneth L. Tilton, 49, of rural route 4, died at 5:50 p.m. Sunday at St. Joseph's hospital. He had been superintendent of heavy equipment for the Wolf Construction Co. t; Born June 23, 1912, in Cass ( county, he was the son of Chauncey and Myra Lind Tilton. His marriage was to Dorothy Wagner, who. survives. • Also surviving are the parents, of rural route 4; a son, Michael, at home; a brother, Donald, of rural route 4. The deceased was a member of the St. Joseph's church and the Knights of Columbus. Final rites will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the St. Joseph's church, Msgr. Maurice Foley officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends may .call at the Kroeger funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. Rosary services will be held there at 7:30 p.ni, Tuesday. STACY WINS '300' DARLINGTON,/ S.C. - Nelson Stacy of Daytona Beach, Fla., won the $45,520 Rebel 300 auto race by one second over Marvin Panch. Scout Officials To Attend Meeting In Portland, Ore Dr. Martin T. Barco, Winamac, president of the Boy Scouts Three Rivers Council, and Hugh Markell, council executive, will; attenc the annual meeting or the national council this week in Portland, Ore. Highlight of the trip will be the recognition of the local counci as a "Blue Ribbon Council" foi "outstanding work in extending Scouting among rural boys". The Three Rivers council is one of 26 in the country to be so honored. The meeting will be attended by 2,500 adult Scout lead City Police Check 131 More Vehicles Police checked 131 vehicles in a check lane at Twenty-Jirst anc Market Streets during a two-houi safety inspection Monday morn ing. Twenty-four of the cars were found to be faulty and the drivers were instructed to have corree lions made. Main fault was burned out lights, 'according to officers. The check was continued at the same place Monday afternoon. 40 & 8 TOTUTCE 729 SUPPER PROMENADE Tuesday, May IS — 6:30 p.m. Galvesfon Amerkan [Legion Nomination -of Officers I -^ ™ ^, f LADIES ... You can get a Hair Cut, Shampoe, Permanent Wave (<,,' and Set for just pennies more than a home job. Think it over. i WEDEKIND BEAUTY COLLEGE ; 523 Market St. Phone 3572 , ^ ,, * . < "f ^ DISCOUNT DRY CLEANING * SUITS * LONG COATS DRESSES + JACKETS CPIAIN) (HEAVY) Brinj,' in any Combination YOU MUST BRING IN GARMENTS OR MORE I DRAPES BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED AND PRESSED 25% OFF FREE GLASS! With any $2.50 order you receive a beautiful Anchor Hocking Glass FREE! kftmat, CLEANERS 705 NORTH THIRD STREET Monday Evening, May 14,1962. Fire Destroys 2 Supermarkets By United Press International Weekend fires destroyed South Bend and Bloomington supermarkets. The South Bend blaze did an estimated $300,000 damage. In the first, flames struck Friday night and left only the walls standing of Wilt's supermarket in South Bend. Firemen fought the blaze all night and still poured water on the smouldering remains Saturday morning. The Queen Bee Supermarket in Bloomington was destroyed Sunday night. Fire Chief Bernard Glover called out all available city fire equipment to fight the blaze. There were no injuries. The cause of the fire was not determined immediately and no estimate of damage was made. Safe Landing DENVER (UPI)-An Air Force cargo plane with 11 persons aboard made a successful landing at Stapleton Airfield here Sunday after it lost one engine. The plane was enroute from its home base at Bakalar Air Force Base, Columbus, Ind, to Washington State. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain M~ Y-fc. X. T. «v«M>-r«C th* fast tk» MMBM IHU ftani • MV W«iing Eulwfcnic* with tt* actoa- bhing ability to nhrink heraor- iboido, stop itching, and relieve ytin ~ without xttrgery. la case after case, while centty wlievine pain, actual redaction (•hrinkage) took place. •••it amazine of all—remit! were M thorough that inffereni) utoniihinc rtatements like "File* hare eeaced to be a problem!" 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