Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1962 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 23, 1962
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Twenty-four Logansport-Indiarra Pharos-Tribune CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Yesterday's Puzzl* ACROSS J-Accomplishment E-Prepositlon y-Scale 12-Glrl's name 13-Sllkworm 1'4-Poriocl of time 15-Fragiie 17-Chlneae mile IS-Poso for g ortralt rltlsh baby carriage 21-Tropical fruit (pi.) 23-Instructecl 27-Pronoun 28-Handle 29-Pair 31-Man's nickname 34-Near 35-Welrflest 38-Neeativo 39-Obtain 41-Ocean 42-Coins 44-Three-toed sloth 4.6-Fllght o£ stops 48-Muslcal instrument Bl-Slavo 52-Parc'el ot land C3-Baseball position Caibr.) PS-Surrounded 60-Hail; 60-European capital 62-Bactoriolo- gist's wire 63-Through 6'1-Preposltion OC-Piacea DOWN I-Obcse 2-CompaS3 , point 3-Girl's name 4-Baby frog 5-Wiia 6-Railroad (abbr.) 7-Lubrlcate 8-Scrvai\t 3-Remalncd at case 10-Great Lake ill-Makes lace 16-Wears away. 20-Interpose 22-Part of "to be" 23-Booty 24-Quote 25-Pronoun 26-Owine 3.0-It elating 1 to tlio singing birds 32-Pilaster 33-Inquisitive, (colloq.) . 3G-Things. in law 37-Shipworms 40-More tonso 43-Compass point 45-Pronoun 47-Gray 4S-Tab •M-Affectlon fiO-Unbleacbed G4-Dude 56-Command ti horse 67-Supcrlative ' ending 5S-Fronch: of the 61-A state (abbr.) 40 44 53 10 11 Distr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc. Zj By United Press International Fair weather returned to the Midwest today after another jatdh of severe storms, including ,ornadoes, struck the area. A squall line at the Iowa-Missouri 'border may have caused the crash of a jet airliner, with 45 persons aboard; • A tornado swdded through the Albert Lea, Minn., area Tuesday light. It rearranged rooftops, uprooted frees, damaged .fawn build- .ngs and downed power lines. However, no injuries were retorted. High winds also caused widespread damage in Freebom Coun- y, Minnesota. The tornado and high winds marked an encore of severe wealJher which struck the Midwest Monday night, when twisters injured at least 38 persons and caused millions of dollars of property damage. The storms caused one death, Mental Hospital Employe Appeals His Discharge INDIANAPOLIS OUPD — The Indiana Personnel Board will conduct a hearing Friday on the appeal of a mental hospital employe fired for "insubordination, gross inefficiency and conduct unbecoming a state employe." •R. I. Gary Hale requested the hearing after ho was fired March 22 at New Oastle State Hospital. The. charges on. which the firing was based dated back as for as 1959. Hospital officials charged that he administered medicine which he brought into the hospital and which was not prescribed by a physician and that he was "tin- dependable, did not carry out orders, did not take.criticism well, showed favoritism and was unable to administer medicines accu- rately." Hale denied the charges and said they were "untrue, exaggerated and issued because of jealousy and were statements of stooges." Mine Fatality PRINCETON, Ind. (UPI)-Wil Ham Frank Singleton, 58, R.R. 2, Princeton, was killed Tuesday when a train-like device used to haul coal and equipment ran over 'him in the King's mine of the Princeton Mining Co. It was the first mine fatality here-in eight years. COSTLY PINT SWINDON, England (UPI)-Laborer Malcolm Hambridge, 22, was sentenced Monday to six months in jail for dousing Detective W. Dodge with a pint of beer. He also was ordered to pay the constable's cleaning bill. quickly, easily at HOOSIER FINANCE I HOOSIER 1 {FINANCE! J Get the cash to pay those taxes, and catch up with other bills, too. It's surprisingly easy with our friendlier, quicker service. Confidential, too. LOANS UP TO $450 —OR MOREI HOOSIER FINANCE 504 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3T 56 Fair Weather Across Midwest indirectly. A 7 - year - old Des VToines, Iowa, boy was • killed when he ran into the side of a ;ruck as he 1 dashed home from school' ahead of the' rain. The Red Cross sent relief work-' era into hard-hit South Dakota, where Goy. Archie Gubbrud made an aerial ..inspection' of tornado damage. The South Dakota Na- ional Guard was called out to jrevent looting at Mitchell, where lamage was estimated at $1 mil- ion. Fifteen businesses were demolished in the. area, Estimates of damage also exceeded the mission dollar mark at Traffic Deaths Above Year Ago By United Press International Indiana's 1D62 highway toll today stood at 389, • 42 more than the number of deaths reported on Hoosier highways at this time las year. The latest victim reqported was George Keller, 30, R.R. 1, Hills dale, who was lolled Tuesday aft ernoon in a freak accident 01 U.S. 3G in Parke County. Keller was killed when a spare tire fel oft a tractor-trailer He was follow ing and crushed the top of his car Earlier Tuesday, Kelsie Tetrick 60, Vicksburg, was injured fatally when a pickup truck hit him a he worked with a State Highwaj Department crew near Linton. Diane Thompson, 6, R.R. 2, Co lumbus, was killed Tuesday morn ing when a car struck her as sh crossed the road to board a schoo bus near Columbus. Rummage Sale Friday, Saturday, May 25-26 506 East Broadway by Delta Chi Sigma Sorority PARENTS SENTENCED ANDERSON, Ind. (UPI)-Fdoyd 3eadh, 35, Anderson, and Ms wife Marian, 32, were fined and sen- :enced to jail today after pleading juitty to 'Charges of inducing their TOO children and three neighbor youngsters to steal from supermarkets, department stores and churches. •• Madison County Juvenilia Judge | kelson Bohannon sentenced.Mrs. 3eac.li to 90 days in jail -and fine'd ler $50. He sentenced Beadi to weekends in jail for six monttis and fined him $50. • Tilden, Neb., where at least" 83 homes were : damaged or destroyed and 10 businesses were wiped out. : A power failure at Viroqua, Wis., delayed for 45- minutes the verdict, of a jury..in a'.murder trial. The defendant waited until an emergency generator was rigged up to 'hear the jury, pronounce a verdict of guilty of murder, in the: second degree. Coastal : states in the Pacific Northwest. received showers as well as the Dakotas, northern Minnesota and 1 the Lake Superior region. Gerier.all/y fair weather Myers Greenhouse, Dial 3996 FOR OVER 25 YEARS! "ROSS REID Roofs 'em Right" Ph. 33EI8 'Estimates Free prevailed | over the rest of the country, i Rain 01: thundershowers were forecast biday in the upper Great Lakes, ncirthern Mississippi Valley and the eastern Dakotas. Widely scattered thundershowers were alsoi.predicted for the Midwest with! occasional .rain from the northern Pacific Coast inland to the Rockies. Other areas could expect generally clear. skies and little change in temperature. Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 rPHOLSTERIN 'CMSTom mttOM rUfWHVWRE 2CI18 NORTH STREET PHONE 4789 BEAUTY SHOP FOR RENT Equipment available. HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP 41G'/i E. Broadway Phone 4827 or 53519 H. R. DIETZE Plumbing & Heating Rastdanllal-Commera'al (nduttrtul Phone 3409 425 2nd St. STOCKS BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS Buy or Soil Orders Executed In All Market: E. Y. Denham Co. STOCKBROKERS 314 t. Broadway Phone 3000 FINE SUNDAES for a real taste treat ,try one! Dive right in at the big, heaping scoop of creamy ice cream topped by our smooth, rich sauces!! For Treats Of All Kind—'Try Our , SODA'FOUNTAIN at the CENTRAL DRUG STORE 4th and Broadway GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding plants, vegetable and flowor plants best varieties, potted tomatoes, delphinium, painted and shasta daisies, sweet wiliiam, baby breath, bleeding hearts, cli- matis and other perennials. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Wednesday Evening, May 23,1902. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many friends, neighbors, Rev. John Parks,'Kroeger funeral home, Tipton Lodge No. 33, F. and A. M., and the B. of K. T. for: their niany kindnesses shown us Jit the death of our brother, Walter E. Pherson. —Mrs. Sarah E. Grain, Mrs. Ethel Cramer, Laurel Phurson. Thoink You I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to friends, relatives and 'neighbors who visited me and those who sent flowers, cards and {lifts during my stay in Hie Memorial hospital in Logansport; and also since coming home. Special thanks to Dr. Wiilson and hospital staff. —June Wiist. YOUR BUDGET .DOLLAR WITH HOME KILLED Thuirs(tlay-Friiday-iiatud«y Specials GROUND BEEF MM .............. 3, b . $1 CHUCK' tOIAST- „.„.«,, .............. , b . 4'5c SliLOINSTEM fin8fornroil ................. lb . 79k PO'RK TEKWRIOIN ............. i b 79c PWKSWK uanon^ .............. „,*.„ Smok . d , ,„ Pi0 ce ............. . ib. 49t WHOLESALE RETA.I Open Man. thru Sat. B a.m. to 15:30 p.m. Custom Butchering and Curing-Small £hap-Big Values SIDNEY PIKE MARKET E. Main Free Parking Phono M'lfi •M MONTGOMERY WARD 512 NORTH 412 IE, iRROAOWAY PHONE 4193 10 W. linden AVI 24 Hr. Color Film Service Kodacolor— Ectachrome—Kodachrome ,. Joe Vivians Fotoshop Wat 23 3 2 PRBSH L'EAN Alt iBRANQS'lNO. 1 SMOBD BACON 59 C PORK CHOPS (RIB ENDS UB. 39c) POUND 59* COUNTRY STYLE-LEAN SPARE RIBS MEATY-HNE BAR--B-Q .i POUND 490 WE SPECIALIZE IN U.S.D. A. CHOICE GOV'T. GWAD-' ED WHEATS. -STEAKS- OUT THE WAY YOU WANT. "Service Is Our MoHo'1 "SEE BOTH SIDES"' HI'ilbS BROS. COFFEE EGGS LARGE B GRADE 3^69* RfNGO DRINK ORANGE «RA!P,E ' iPARiTY PUNCH Vi GAL. PIES WHITE'S HOME MADE REG. PRICE 69c djARlGE VAlRjIiETJES LARGE Introductory Offer SIZE SNOW CROP IATER TWISTS CRINKLE CUT PRBlMtOH iPRtBS; tN4*OtY BAG 24 or. BAG 37 I.G.A. Potato Chips TwinPak 49c IUNKIST-.FULL OF JUICE LEMONS DOZEN LARiGE-lFIRM CUCUMBERS SUNSHINE Flakee Thins 25c FREE PARKING We Reserve the Right to limit Quantities STORE HOURS Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays 8 a. m. , to 9:30 p. m. BEER AND WINiE TO CARiRY OUT 201 BUiRilllMGTON LOGANSI'ORT RIVERSIDE 4-SaUARE; GUARANTEE Y. Agalnil racid hazards far 3pacif7e^ lirne. Adjuilmanu pro- ratad on nwntht used. work* rnonihlp (or We of tread, Adjuft- m«nlt prprakd an^read wear. • 3. Nolionwld. tVrvice at all branchei.,. 4. Satltfactlon guo/anleed. Ad{t»t* menls p6ieil on role price when relumed. Riverside SAFETY NYLOli Buy your first fire at Wcrclii no-tirade-iin price—get your second fire for ois litrle ois 6,40-15 lybo.type blatkwall guaranteed 21 months; 4 full plies erf rugged Nylon corel.for greater blowout protection. Wide,, full-depth tread gives safe, sure fraction. No trade-in required! r Buy nrsl lire at NO- f Trade-In Price below Tuboless blackwall 6.40-15 ',19.15 Second lint only 9.OO I™ S4 ,,9.93 9.50 o£u 2I2 - 95 10-15 514.95 00-15 'I6.25 11. SO 1 3.O'D I4.3O Buy flnt lir* at NO- Trade-In Prke below Tubu-h'pe blcickwoll 0.40-15 16. IS 0.70-15 16.95 7.10-15 3O.75 7.60-15 22.7S 8.00-15 34.95 Second lire only 7.OO 7.50 9.30 11.00 12.50 L- 5 VfHITEWALI.S $3 MORE PIR TIRE All prices plu.'i excise tax now L . , ,>., Li.- f ^ YOUR HOUDAJ^PA«^,NBEDS SAVE save 5.6O per case! | one coat does-the job! • • . tlij! /'Li - . SELF-CLEANING "SUPIiR" STAYS WHITI! FOR YliARS 3 99; PM OAl. IN GAL. CASH RIO. 5.39 OAl. 5.39 ilngl* gal. . 4.44 • LInseod oil base • High Mtanlum content • Mildew-resistant Wards 1 most ' popular house paint—equals or excels nationally-advertised house paints at higher prices. Zinc oxide stops 'discoloration. REG. 4.t8; LATEiX DRIES IN '/ 2 HO JR 4 •gallon Easy to brush or roll on. Odorless—room is livoblei the sama day. Highly scrub- bable; wash tools in soapy water. Decorator colors. REG. !Z.19 A Q'ir. SATIN ENAMEL Ideal for vails and trim. Odorlesn, siliconized—re- tains glcss tifter repeated icrubbings. Many colors. Reg,6.98 gallon. ...1.98 NO MONEY DOWN ON ANY CREDIT PURCHASIE

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