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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Another Prisoner Escapes In Chicago • CHICAGO (UPI) - An accused Murderer escaped Thursday night •from the security ward of the Cook County Hospital where he •was brought from jail to undergo mental tests. The fugitive, Thomas Blanchard 26, Detroit, was the fourth county jail prisoner to escape within the past two days. On Wednesday, accused hired gunman William Triplatt, 37, also of Detroit, and two other prisoners broke out of special quarters for state's attorney's witnesses on the fifth floor of the jail adminis tration building. The extensive search for Triplett, key witness in a gangland slaying case here, and the other two escapees centered around Cincinnati, Ohio, where they abandoned a kidnap victim and his Barbershop Harmony At LHS Sunday The 52 - voice Thoroughbred Chorus from Louisville, Ky., will entertain residents here Sunday with a "Barbershop Harmony Time" in the Logansport high school auditorium. The program, sponsored by the Logansport'chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, will begin at 2 p.m. A PARTIAL LIST of Thoroughbred Chorus song selections includes: "Kentucky's Way of Saying Hello", "It's Barbershop Harmony Time", "So Tired", "Liza", "Let Me Call You Sweet Heart", "Abide With Me", "My Old Kentucky Home", "Carolina in the Morning", "The South Rampart Street Parade", "The Smile Medley", "Now the Day is Over", and "May the Good' Lord Bless and Keep You". '. Five barbershop quartet groups within the chorus will sing individual numbers. The five are the Yearlings, Key Masters, Post Timers, Club House Four and Der- bytowners. TWO QUARTETS from the Logansport SPEBSQSA chapter, the K-Nolers and the Pieces of Eight, will also participate in the program. The K-Noters will sing "Coney Island Baby" and "Oh, Joe!", and the Pieces of Eight- will sing "New Ashmolian Band", "Way Back When", and "See You Some Tuesday". Tickets will be available at the door. Police said Blanchard apparently picked the lock on the leg iron, which held him to a hospital bed and fled down a fire escape. The ipoliceman who was guard- .ing him, Dee Jones, 51, said when he returned from a brief visit to another room Blanchard was gone. The leg icon was still attached to the bed. In the earlier escape, the four guards whom Triplett and his companions overpowered and outwitted to break-out were being given lie tests. The tests were ordered for the ;uard, an elevator operator who was bound by the three, and five other prisoners in the special quarters who did not try 'to escape. State's Atty. Daniel Ward ordered the tests to determine if negligence, security violations or possible collusion were involved in the break out. Grange News ONWARD Members of the Onward Grange honored the seniors of Tipton township high school Thursday evening at the Grange Hall. Seniors honored were Rose Anna Reutebuch, Joyce. Reed, John Grant, Jerry Wilson, Janet Kunkle, Jane Glassburn and Judy Foust. The program was. in charge of the home ec committee with Margaret Reed as chairman. There were dance numbers by Barbara Conrad and Dean Conrad. Twenty entrants in the sewing contest modeled their entries. Nancy Kunkle read a poem and ordon Little gave a short talk to ihe seniors, relative' to a general philosophy for living. Happy Birthday was sung for all having birthdays in May. Surprise packages went to Opal Helvie and Ellis Kunkle. Celeste Alber and William Ford are to buy them for the next meeting. During the business session Ida Bechdol reported on the district contest. Carol. Wilson won second ?lace in Class B. The. slate judging on sewing will be June 2 in Indianapolis. Announcement also was made of a baking contest and that the national finals will be held at Ft. Wayne. Letters of appreciation were read from Thelma Leonard, for flowers and from Mrs. Don Grain, secretary of the Board of the Children's Home, for entertainment there by Grange members. Fifty-five persons attended. The community service committee will be in charge of the next meeting. Is your home only HALF- CLEAN? This spring when you do your housecleaning . . make sure the other half is clean, tool Have your heating system cleaned by ... North Miami Graduation On May 21 PERU—The first annual grad nation exercises for the new Norttf Miami High" School will be held at 8 p.m. -Monday, May 21, according to Paul Carter, principal. There will be sixty nine seniors graduating, i Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday, May 20 at 2:30 p.m. Set Hearings Hearings on appeals of reassessments of real estate for Jefferson Township have been scheduled for next Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday morning, according 'to County Assessor Joseph Zehring. This will complete hearings for the north part of 'Miami County. Four appeals were filed by Denver residents and two in Macy. Also set for hearing on May 24 are appeals of two Macy property owners, three from Harrison Township and seven from Clay. Hearings sought by Washington Township residents have bepn tentatively set for May 28, 29 and 31. Takes Post \ Jonathan E. Ellers, 33, Union Mills, has been employed as principal of the Clay Township school, according to Township Trustee Verlin C. Kling. Ellers will succeed Max Brew- Ellers was graduated from Kokomo High School in 1948. He received his B.S. degree from Indiana State College in 1956 and received a degree in secondary administration at Indiana State College in 1962. A native of Harlan, Ky., he has had ten years' teaching experience, including Lakeville and Marie White .Fire Ins. Ph. 2491. PLUMBINGiHEATING 415 BIA.ST: - €A$YPARKtHG ALoW DON SCHMI0T Deedsville. Ellers is married arid has one child. Report Thefts Two breakins and several thefts are being investigated by city and county officials. Breakins occurred sometime Wednesday night at Mavrick's Pool Room, 70 S, Broadway and at Bryan Steam Corporation • on Chili Avenue. Ten dollars in change, eight cartons of cigarels, a lighter and a watch were stolen from Mavrick's Pool • Room. EiTvy was made by breaking a small panel in the rear door.. It was discovered about 3 a.m. Thursday, i A small amount; of change '•fras taken from a coin box on a con' cession stand at the Bryan Steam Corp. Nothing elsse was reported missing. The thief, failed in an attempt to break the coke machine open. Deputy Sheriff Lowell Harmon, who investigated, 1'eported that the breakin was discovered by an employe at 7:45.a.m. Thursday. The officer ' could not find the method used by 'the thief to gain entry to the, factory. John Douglas, 68 E. Franklin St., told police that power tools and other items valued at $347 were stolen from his garage. Milton Minns,, manager of the Shell Oil Distributing Plant on South Broadway ' reported $15 worth of- tools stolen from his truck while it .was parked in front of his place of business. ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING Izaak Walton League SATURDAY-9:30-12:30 PLEASE Buy Your Coal and Oil From U>. Thank You. WOLF COAL & SUPPLY CO. PRESCRIPTION PRICES at the CENTRAL DRUG STORE ARE AS LOW AS ANY IN TOWN CALL 3131 for Free delivery . .. every day at 5:00 P.M. (immediate delivery in emergencies) Free! 1 2 gal. EVERY SUNDAY YOUR FAVORITE SUNDAY PAPER with the purchase, of Hawthorn Mellody fl*f I* ICE CREAAA V f^ BURKS 13lh & BROADWAY PHONE 5966 GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding plants, vegetable and flower plants boil varietiei, potted tomatoes, delphinium, painted' 'and shasta daisies, swoet william, baby breath, blooding hearts, cli- matis and other perennials. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery FLOOR AND WALL COVERINGS We carry nationally famous brands—San- dran; Armstrong; Bonney Maid vinyl plastics—6 and 12 ft. wide. Rock bottom prices. Free estimates. Measure your floors. GKIILWNiG HOLLAND FURNACE CO. PLATTER SLICED Peru's jobless claims dropped to 139 last week from the previous week total of 166. ,. | The total for the same iperiod last year was 362 claims, ic.cord- ing to'George Phillips, nianager of the Peru Employment t Security Division office. Last. Week's total included 17 new claims and 122 continued claims. . . . Eight persons filed for the temporary extended benefits last week. / Ruling in July On Bates Case INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-A U.S. Civil Service Commission examiner is expected to rule in July on charges.of Hatch Act violations on the part of Indiana Civil Defense Director Robert^ Bates and one of his former aides. Examiner Andrew Goodhope wound ,up a two-day hearing here Wednesday on the 'charges that Bates and Samuel Stone, former public relations director-of the OD department, had engaged in political activities. The Hatch Act forbids such activities on the part of officials of stale departments partially, supported by federal funds. Rummage and Bake Sale FBIDAY AND SATURDAY at 506 E. Broadway Shirting at 8:00 a.m. RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 Local Pastor Is Honored A Family Night Appreciation Dinner for Dr. and Mrs.' M. Li Robinson was held by the mem« bership of the, Baptist templti Thursday night in the lowei! church auditorium. •Special guests were Capt. andi Mrs. .Samuel Robinson of La/ay-' ette, the 1 Rev, and Mrs. Frank A; Coons, and members -of thci George Street Chapel. The highlights • of 'the dinner were tape recorded and presented with gifts of remembrance to both Dr. and Mrs.' Robjnson. Dr. Robinson is retiring as pastor of the church on June 3, MELVIN CHAPMAN, church moderator, presided. Mrs. Vertui Holmes read a poem about Dr ( Robinson's pastorate. Others who participated in the program were Miss Helen Beatty;- John Baker; the Rev. Mr. Coons, and Mrs. Leo Kantzer.' Hollis Johnston leci singing. ; Along with Ihe gifts, Dr. Robinson was presented with a There are more daily newspapers published in the U.S. than in any other country in the world — over 1,750. - (11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. only) SATURDAY SPECIAL Broasted Chicken t . COMPLETE DINNERS I/ Broasted $1 AA 72 Chicken I.UU (4 *Pcs.) Chain of Potatoes, Salad Rolls and Butter. Broasted $| 2 Chicken I CARRY OUT DINNERS 25c packaging char go for any i!z« carry out order, (4 Pet.) Your chofc* of potatoal, salad, rolls and butler, LUNCH BASKET 309 E. Market Phone 4958 Friday Evening, May 18, 1902 framed certificate of appreciation for his outstanding service to the church and community. The women's Missionary Society of (he church prepared meal, rolls, and coffee, and each member brought a covered dish for the dinner. 8c for Politics GARY, Ind. (UPI) \- Willard Van Horn, an unopposed candidate for the Republican nomination for a Lake County Superior Court judgeship, Wednesday filed an accounting of campaign expenditures totaling eight, cents. He said his campaign costs were four cents for mailing his declaration papers and four cents for mailing an account of his campaign expenses to Indianapolis. Myers Greenhouse, Dial 3996 WEEDEZ WONDER BAR Kills Broadleaf Weeds KASCH'S Pet and Lawn Supply 524 E. Market Phone 4328 Study Civil Rights Action In State BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPD- The new Indiana Civil Righls Commission had under advisement today '< an alleged case of civil rights 1 violations 1 in which it is powerless to take any positive action. The commission held a hearing here Thursday on (he case in which five Indiana University stii-- denls, three of them Negroes, alleged they were ejected'at gunpoint from a local roller skating rink. The group, creaks! by the 19KI Gener.il Assembly, can publicise its findings in the event of viola- lion of the state's public accommodations law but cannot assess any penalties. 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