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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 28, 1962
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Two Logarisport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune School Boards in Mia mi Co. Selected PERU —School board members of the three new school units in Miami county have been named The three units are the Peru Community Schools, North Miam; School Corporation and the Ma- conaquah School Corporation. Only remaining member of the present school board is Roben Thompson. He was chosen for i four-year term, as the city coun. cil and advisory board members of Erie and Peru townships sel up the seven-member board, for the Peru Community School. Five members were named the City Council; one each, the township advisory boards. In addition to Thompson, Rich ard Scott was.named for a four- Deaths in the Nevys By United Press International BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI) -JPi- anist. Ego Petri, 81, who performed in concerts throughout the world, died Sunday of a stroke. LONDON (UPI) - Poet Wilfred Gibson, 83, who published 30 volumes of poetry during his lifetime, died Saturday at a nursing home here. NEW YORK (UPI) — Kalherine Vincent, ,52, former fashion editor of the New York 'Herald Tribune, died Sunday of cancer. GENEVA (UPI) - The body of Henry Blackmer, 93, who left the United States in 1924 to avoid testifying in the Teapot Dome oil scandal investigation, w i 11 be flown to Boston for burial later this week." , Blackmer, .who died' last, Friday Had been a resident of Geneva for more than '20 years. • Blackmer allegedly fled the country with ?25'million and records' of the Continental Trading Co., of which, he was an executive. The government was investigating the company in connection with the scandal. •; WILLIAMSBUEG, Pa. (UPI)Floyd H. Miller, 711, who joined the Waynesburg Democrat Messenger in 1917 and became its ed- iior in 1934, died Sunday 'of a Heart attack. "-. HAMILTON, N. Y. (UPI) Frederick M. Jones, 77, emeritus professor of Romance languages and literature at Colgate University, died Saturday night. NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OP CASS ) p 62—84 IN THJS CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM, 1962 Notice is hereby given that O. R. PICKERING was, on 16th day of May, 19G2, appointed Executor ol th& Estate of JOSIB SANDS, deceased. AH * persons having realms against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six (6) months from the date or the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at I/ogansport, Indiana, this 16th day ot May, 1962. Clarence Sottlemyre Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana 1 Hlllls & Hill-Is , Attorney for Estate year term; Lester Stout, route 2, of Erie township, was chosen for a three-year term by the Erie township advisory board and Herschel Wheeler was, chosen for a three-year term by the Peru township board. Other members are Dr. Ray mond Hopper and Everett Walpe, each of whom serve two years and Albert Fishback, who will serve one year. . The North Miami School Corporation met at 7 p.m. with County Superintendent Ray Geyer, Comprising it are the following townships: Jefferson, Richland, Union, Allen and Perry. Their school board selections follow: Four year terms: Dwight Gallipo, Allen and Donald Musselman, Perry; members at large who will serve three years: Ruth Boswell, Richland; MaribelJones, Mexico; two year terms: Wayne Click; Richland; Malcolm Shoemaker, Jefferson; one-year term, Cletus Kotterman, Union. The advisory boards of the six townships in the south part of the county met in Supt. Geyer's office at 8 p,m. to select, the Maconaquah School Board. Townships are; Washington (outside the Peru ctiy limits), Butler, Pipe Creek, Deer Creek, Harrison and Clay. Four year members- are: Verl Hahn, Butler; Lawrence Wilson, Deer Creek; three-year, Earl Boone, Clay and Morris Stranahan, Pipe Creek; two-year, terms: Dr. Robert Oldham, Waupecong, member at large; John Bowman, Harrison; one-year, Kathryn Borden, Washington. The school districts will become effective July 1st. At that lime all schools will be placed under control of their respective school boards. Paul Sullivan and John Crimmins Top S. Caston Students TWELVE MILE-Paul Sullivan, and John Crimmins were named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of South Caston high class. school's first graduating In 'a close race, Sullivan posted a 3.873 grade average while Crimmins achieved a 3.850. Sullivan has received a partial tour-year scholarship to Ball State Teachers College and Crimmins las received a general scholarship to Purdue University. Both were active in school organizations and both are members of the National Honor • Society. The pair was among 28 seniors graduating in ceremonies May 15. Read the Want Ads Begin State Graduation Exercises By United Press International Manchester College held its 73rd annual commencement today, opening the Indiana college and university graduation season which extends through June 18. More than 30 colleges and universities will give degrees to more than 15,000 graduates during the next three weeks. Dr.'Calvert N.'Ellis, president of Juniata College at Huntingdon, Pa., was the Manchester' speaker •at exercisesan the school auditorium this morning. Degrees were presented to 225 students, and honoray degrees to the Rev. Galen T. Lehman, executive secretary of the central region of the 1 Church of the Brethren,, and John •D. Metzler Sr., an overseas' relief program. administrator from Geneva, Switzerland. Among the students receiving diplomas was Mrs. Cleo Souder, a first-grade teacher at Etna-Troy school in Whitley' County. Mrs. Souder, a grandmother of 16, has taught,' school irregularly since World War I. Fort Wayne .Bible College also held commenMment this morning for more than, 50 candidates for degrees. Dr. George Ford, executive secretary of the National Association of Evangelicals, was the speaker. Other commencements scheduled in Indiana included: Thursday — Grace Theological Seminary and ' College, Winona Lake. Friday—Oakland City College and Vincennes University. Saturday—St.' Mary's of Notre Dame and St. Francis of Fort Wayne. Sunday—Notre Dame, Purdue, Wabash, Marian, Hanover, St. Joseph's and Indiana Central. June 4 — Indiana University, Evansville, Goshen, Marion, Huntington and St. Mary-of-the-W-oods o'f Terre Haute. June 7—Valparaiso) Tech. June 9—Rose Poly, Tri-State and Taylor. ' June 10—DaPauw, Indiana State, Ball State, Earlham, Valparaiso and Franklin. June 16-JIndiana Tech at Fort Wayne. June 18-rAnderson College. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? 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OAS raiders started fires at two district city mils, two tax offices, cither pubic buildings and a!t least 20 primary schools in its campaign to >lock Algeria independence. The new. OAS policy was be- leved designed to destroy Alger- an civil progress and thus make t more difficult to achieve a smooth running of the territory when independence comes. ^ French authorities were mystified as to what the OAS meant when it threatened over the weekend to use a new "weapon which no army in the world has ever used." The statement was made in a pirate radio broadcast and did not elaborate- Terrorists Sunday killed 22 per- Gun Fight Across Berlin's Border. BBBON OUPI) — Western and Communist police fought a gun duel across a border canal within sight of afternoon strollers Sunday after the Reds shot down a fleeing refugee. [None of the policemen was hurt in the exchange 'of 60 shots, but East German officials reported the refugee died of his wounds in •a hospital. The. gun battle was.the second •within a week beitween police of West and East Berlin, and followed by a day an attempt to blow up parts of the Communist-, built wall. With tension along the city's dividing Line increasing, both sides warned the other against •further incidents. sons and wounded six, bringing the year's totals to 5,2.13 dead and 9,076 wounded across Algeria. Read the Wont Ads! Only H&B has Dared to Make this Offer! H & B intends to be a good citizen in Logansport. H & B intends to carry its share of the citytax load . . .through $3.25 annual pole rental, (totalling $13,000.00) through normal property tax assessment, and through 2% of gross receipts to the city. \ Did any other applicant dare do this? Did the higb-bid company say a word about helping you with your city's financial load? Is this "good citizenship"? '-'•' / ' I • ' Only H & B (largest in the field) came forth with strong support for Logansport—offering voluntary to shoulder more of your financial load. This is characteristic of a TRUE SYSTEM OPERATING COMPANY (like H & B, you see). Yes, H & B 1 is best for Logansport. COMMUTATIONS CORPORATION PUBLIC AUCTION I, the undersigned administratrix, will sell the. following personal property of the late Clystie Weiss located at 711 16th St., in Lo- jansport, Ind., on SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 SALE TO BEGIN ATI: 00 P. M. Good Kroehler wine frieze 2-pc. living room suite; four 9x12 rugs; coffee table and'2 end tables; good combination radio and record player; plastic tilt-back chair and ottoman; floor and table lamps; trunk; pictures; electric fan; hall tree; kneehole desk and chair; White rotary electric sewing machine; B-pc. dining room suite; draperies and curtains; Norge gas range;. Serve! gas refrigerator; wooden kitchen table and 4 chairs; metal utility cart; wooden utility cabinet; metal double door utility cabinet; electric appliances; antique bed and chest of drawers and dresser in natural oak finish; 2 odd'chairs; clothes hamper; cedar wardrobe; 4-pc. bedroom suite, springs and innerspring mattress; cedar chest; lot of bedding; Maytag aluminum wringer washer; porch glider; step ladders; hand lawn mower; Venetian blinds; small round table; lot of dishes; cooking utensils and other articles. Terms; Cash. Not responsible in case of accident,",. , MRS. TH EDA LEFFEL,' Admx. of Clystie Weiss Estate Thomas Hirschauer, Atty. for Estate. Roy L. Grume, Auctioneer, Phone Kokomo GL-2-8476. 11 Deaths in State Over Weekend By United Press International Eleven weekend deaths, two of them in a single accident Sunday on the Tri-State Expressway at Gary,- raised Indiana's 1962 'highway toll to at least 406 compared with 362 a year ago. Eugene Dillon, 28, and Louis Hurt, 20, both Gary, were killed when the car; in which they were riding failed to negotiate a turn at the end of the expressway, crashed through a barrier, turned over and 'landed upside down in a swamp. Three other occupants of the car were injured critically. Arthur Stenzel, 58, • Fail-hope, Ala., was killed Sunday when his car went out of control on a rain- swept curve on U.S. 41 near Rockville, plunged, into a ditch and overturned. His wife, 'Phyllis, 49,. was injured. Frank Aliano, 49, E.R. 1, Hedora, died at a Seymour hos- )ital Sunday of injuries suffered Saturday when his pickup truck went out of control and hit an em- 3ankment on a county road near VIedora. Thomas Hall, 35, EvansvUle, was fatally injured Sunday when :he car in which he was riding crashed into the rear of a parked ,1'actor-trailer at Evansville. He died 10 minutes after arriving at a hospital. Tammy Markin, 4, Danville, was killed Saturday night when a car struck her as she chased her dog into the street in front of her home. She died en route to an Indianapolis hospital. Everett Sanders, 57, Muncie, was killed Saturday when he pulled into the path of another car on U.S. 36 near Modoc. F. Earl Crum, 75, Frankfort, was killed Saturday in a collision at the intersection of two county roads near Frankfort. The impact crtocked Crum's oar into a utility pole. He was pinned in the wreckage for two hours. In another multiple fatality accident, Terry, Lee Miskell, 17, and Hoger Gulley, 16, both Aurora, were killed Saturday when their car collided with a truck on U.S.50 near Aurora. EX-SENATOR. DIES NEW ALBANY, Ind. (UPI)-r- aichael C. Thornton, 90, former Indiana legislator from Floyd County, died Saturday night at Louisville. Thornton served in both rtie Senate and the House of the state legislature years ago. |«lckly, laiily at HOOSIER FINANCE New clothes, new lawn, new mower! Whatever your expenses, it's easy to get th» cash you need. Personal attention, friendly, confidential service. And quick. Call ut todayl LOANS UP TO $450 — OR MORE! HOOSIER FINANCE , HOOSIER FINANCE ij •*- • * \[ 504 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3156 Write To Post Off ice Box 38 Logansport, Indiana KOOL-VENT The (Finest. . . in Aluminum-'Storm Doors 1 and Windows, Awnings, Siding, Guttering, Railing arid Marquees.-.< Several Colon to Choose From. ALSO SEE US FOR— Overhead doors, ornamental iron,, electric operators, room dividers, accordion folding doors, steel, aluminum and glow entrance doors. All types windows. Expert Installation ana*Maintenance EICO SALES ENGR. CO. U. S. 3.5 N. Route 1, Logansport, Ind. Call 3167 or 3494 for Free Estimates Monday Evening, May 28,1SHB. SCHOOL NURSE GIVES REPORT ON INSPECTIONS Some 13,584 health inspections were listed .in the annual report, ol Mrs. Carol Mclntrye, Cass county school nurse. Sixteen county schools, including the Caston district schools al Metea and, Twelve Mile, arc included in.the report. The school nurse traveled 4,390 miles, making 321 school visits and inspecting 365 enrollments, 131 in high school and 234 elementary. The .inspections included 3,806 of vision, 3,807 dental, 1,596 hearing and 286 pre-school clinic checks. Mrs. Mclntyre, in cooperation with .Mrs. Eileen Huston, county TB nurse, patched 1,450 children ji the tuberculin'testing program. There were 66 children absent [he day their schools were patched, 31 failed to return permission slips and 41 refused the service. The apparent • defects included 350 of vision, 830 dental and 192 learing. There are six students in the schools with a known hearing loss. The county school nurse visited 113 children who became ill at school, took seven home and made 11 other home visits. Mrs. Mclntyre made eight vis- Is to physicians' offices regarding school health problems, met three ' times with other school nurses and" attended two meetings for school nurses. There were 286 children enrolled in 11 pre-school clinics. Total enrollment at the start of the school year was 3,791. Read the Want Ads! Vandals Damagt Car At Kenneth Damage to a 1960 small foreign automobile was reported to (hs Cass county sheriff's office Saturday afternoon by Stephen Brandt, of 978 S. Cicolt St. Brandt said all four ties were deflated, the right side of the top had been damaged by a rock, and the ignition key had been stolen while the car was parked alongside U. S. 24 at Kenneth. He said the vandalism occurred between 3:30 and 5 p.m. Saturday. 5-Day Forecast By United Press Internationa! Northern 3rd Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average about 5 degrees above normal. Normal highs 73 to 79. Normal lows 53 to 56. Warmer kmight, turning a little cooler about Tuesday or Wednesday and a little warmer about Thursday or Friday. Precipitation will total around three-fourths of an inch in scattered thunderstorms tonight or Tuesday „ and again about Thursday or Friday. Central & South Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Tempera- .ures will average 4 to 7 degrees above normal. Normal highs 78 to 81. Normal lows 54 to 60. Continued warm with only minor changes until cooler about Saturday. Precipitation will average one'-half to one inch in occasional jeriods of showers an>J thunderstorms. Heartfelt Thanks My sincere thanks to Memorial lospital staff, Dr. Wilson, Rev. Mull, to al,\ who gave me loving prayers, flowers and cards during my recent hospital days. Stella Hile CAMDENTOWN.PROPERTY PUBLIC AUCTION I will offer at Public Auction my home, located on a beautiful, large corner lot one block east of the gym in Camden on SATURDAY, JUNE 9,1:30 p.m. Semi-modern 4-room house, full basement, full bath, nice pine floors. This house is in good stale of repair with several young, large shade trees. House is now empty and possession can be had. TERMS: 20% cash on day of sale. 'Balance due and payable upon receipt of deed and abstract showing insurable and merchant!- ble title. Taxes for 1961, due and payable in 1962, will be paid by seller. All taxes thereafter to be paid by purchaser. Interested parties can inspect property upon request, Contact RINEHART Auction & Real Estate Co. FLORA: Phones 967-3911 or 967-3951. MRS. MINNIE A. MAXWELL, OWNEK HOME FREEZER OWNERS, IOCRER CUSTOMERS! Here's Important Information About Buying FRESH MICHIGAN FRUIT FOR REPACKING OR FREEZING \ When the quality is best, Mer-Del's will pick up fruit for , you in Michigan. 2 All fruit is government inspected/ washed, pitted or stem* med, packed in ] 5 or 30 pound cans. 3 Mer-Del's will furnish containers, repack fruit and freeze ^* for you for a small charge, or you may repack at home, A All fruit must be ordered in advance. Phone 6167. C Prices and arrival dates of each fruit will be announced by an ad in this paper as available. The tentative schedule follows: ABOUT STRAWBERRIES JUNE 20th PIE CHERRIES ........ JULY 11 th DARK SWEET 'CHERRIES. . . .JULY llth RED or BLACK RASPBERRIES . . .JULY 18th BLUEBERRIES . .AUG. 14th PEACHES . ....... .SEPT. 19th PINEAPPLE TID BITS.. . . .AnyDelivery APRICOTS. ...... .. Any Delivery Order Now-Watch this paper for Prices & Arrival Dates OUR llth YEAR HANDLING MICHIGAN FRUIT Customers who have bought every year find this the cheapest and easiest way to buy Michigan.fruit. FREEZER CONTAINERS - ALL TYPES FOR SALE MER-DEL'SOUALITY LOCKER 315 Manna it. Next to RBM Phone 6167

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