Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 29, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 29, 1962
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LOGMSPORT LIBRM'S Tuesday Evening, May 29, 1962 MONTICELLO 3 Vacation Bible Schools Announced MONTICELLO .— Three Monti cello churches have announced their annual Vacation Bible School schedules. Sessions will be held at the First Baptist church from June 4 through June 15 from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. each day. The theme _ will be "God and His Word." ' Ruth Kretchmar will serve as school director. The Nazarene church Bible School will be held from June 6 through June 15 from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Doris Estes will be the director. June 4 through June ,15 has been set by the Methodist church for their annual Bible School. The hours will be from 1 'p.m. until 3 p.m. The theme'for this year is "Men'in Bible Times." Registration fee will be $1, REPORT THEFTS Mechanics tools valued at ap- Infant Stitt Son, Logansport, Dies Terry Lee' Stitt, 15-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stitt of 116 Park Ave., died in St. Joseph hospital at 12:45 p.m. Monday, He was born Feb. 26, 1961, in Logansport to Gary and Nancy L. Grandstaff Stitt. Besides his parents, he is survived by a brother, Jeffrey Allen, at home; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stitt of 117 Park Ave.; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Grandstaff of rural route 2; great-grandparents: William Stitt, 201 Beal st.; Dorothy Bowen, Ft. Wayne; Nancy Grandstaff, 729 West Melbourne Ave., and Herbert Musall of • Burnettsville. Also three uncles; James and Robert Grandstaff and Michael Stitt. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. KOTIC.B STATE OF INDIANA) )SS: COUNTY OP CASS ) IN , THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT, APRIL, T.I5.RM, Ifl62. THE NATIONAL, BANK OP LOGANSPORT vs .TAMES L>. SMITH; RUBY: L .SMITH, Cause No. C62-1S5. The palnllrt, The National Bank at Ijogansport, having died ltf> complaint herein on a note and Co foreclose a .mortgage on the lollowinff described real estate in Cass County, Indiana, to-wi-t: All that part of the Mast Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section, Number Twelve, Township Number Twenty-six North, RanR-e dumber One East, In "Washington Township, Cass County, Indiana, described as follows, to-wlt: Beginning a-t a point on the north line ol Bald Northeast Quarter o£ said Section, said point bolnp located a distance of 1155 feet west of the northeast corner of said Quarter Section, and thence south, at rlftht anslos, :i30 feet; thence west, at right angles, 16» feet; then north, at rlsht aTi- Bles, 330 leet to a point on the north line -of said Quarter 'section; thence east, at riKht angles, on and along said north line 165 leet to the place of beginning, containing 1.25 a-crcs, mor& or less, together with an affidavit that the residence of the defendant, James TJ. Smith, is unknown, and, upon diligent Inquiry, cannot be ascertained. Now. therefore, the said defendant. James L,. Smith, is hereby notified that unless ho be and appear in the Cass Circuit Court on the 2f) clay of June, 1962, at the Court House In L-onansport, Cass County, Indiana, and answer or demur to said complaint, the same will be heard and determined in his absence, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my "hand and affly the seat of said Court this 21 day of May, 1962. Clarence R. Sel'tlemyre • Clerk oJ the Cass Circuit Court proximately $400 and. eight cartons of cigarettes and a quantity of lighter ..fluid were taken, from the Taylor Garage at Idaville. The burglary was discovered at 7:30 a.m. Sunday by Elmer Taylor, owner. Entrance had been gained by breaking a window in the garage portion of the shop. Sheriff Charles ,G. Miller investigated. • Two arrests for following too closely were made by City Police Officer William Green in two similar, separate accidents occurring in Monticello over the. weekend. Charles Speer, rural route 2, driving a. 1954 vehicle owned by Kenny Felker was arrested for following too closely after hitting te rear of a vehicle driven by Marie, Cooley, 39, of'Monon. The accident occurred when both were going south on South Main Street Saturday at 8:30 p.m. about 150 north of the Harrison Street intersection. Ida V. Swygmen, 54, was arrested for the same offense after hitting the rear end of a 1954 model car driven'by Verl E. Patterson, of Pauling, Ohio at West Broadway and Third Streets. Both vehicles were traveling east on'West Broadway. The rear end of the Patterson vehicle had minor damage of an estimated $20, and the front end of the Swygmen auto $150. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coffing have "sold the Monticello Bowling Lanes to Mr. and Mrs. Armin Root of Crawfordsville. The Roots have purchased the Lake Shafer home of Dr. Baker.'The Coffings have no immediate plans for the future. Ross Holloway, rural route 1, Delphi, is retiring after nearly 35 years continuous service with the Northern Indiana Public Service Company. Applications for marriage licenses have been made in the lerk's office by the following: ' Oakel H. Fuller, 53, rural route 2, Brookston, farmer and Geneva Irene Hollingsworth, 49, rural route 1, Flora, teacher. Lowell Richard Bahler, 24, rural route 1, Wolcott, farmer, to Karla Norine Hoo'n, 19, of Mt. Ayr, unemployed. Harold Kenneth McGill, 22, rural route.1, Wolcott, laborer, to Marjorie Ann Hiers, 20, Logans)ort, factory worker. William Lee Watkins, 25, Mon- icello, to Barbara Ann Osborne, 20, rural route 3. TSOTICB STATE OF INDIANA )' )SS: COUNT!' OK CASS ) NOTICE TO A-TjTj T-WRSONS TNTraR/RSTTSD IN THE ESTATE OF DAISY .7. BEHRET, Deceased In the Circuit Court ot Cass County. April Term. 1962. Cause Number P 61—14 In the matter of the Estate of Da.!sy J. Beuret, deceased Notice Is hereby given that THR PARM.KRS AND MERCHANTS S'l'ATT,: BANK, as Administrator. WWA, of the nbovfi named estate, has presented and filed its account In final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for the examination a.nd action of said Circuit Court, on the IRth day of June.' 1962, at which time a.lt persons Interested in said estate are required to appear 1n said court and show cause, if any there he. wliy sa,td account should not he a-pproverl. And the. heirs of said decnclont -uid all others interested are also required to appear and -make "Proof of their "hell-ship or claim to any part of said estate. THR FARM15RS AND "MI3K CirANTS STATE BANK, Administrator, "WWA, of the "Estate of Daisy J. "Bnurot Personal Representative George I*. Brubakor Attorney XO'I'ICP, BTATR OF INDIANA V )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO AM., PERSONS JNTMRTSSTED IN THE ESTATE OF 1 FT..ORA B10T,t/E LEVY, DECEASED . " In the Circuit Court of Cass County, April Term, 1062. Cause Number P 5fi—79 In the matter of the Estate.of 1TLORA BEL.M5 t/BVY, deceased Notice is hereby given that Martin R. L,evy as Administrator or the above named estate, has presented and riled his account in final settlement of said .estate, and that tlie same -will come up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 15-Mi day of June. 1962, at •which time all persons Interested fn said estate are reaulred to appear In said court and show cause. If any there be, why said account should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent nnd all others Interested are also required to appear and mal<e uroof of their helrshlp or claim to any part of said entail*. Clarence R. Settlemyre CTork of the Circuit Court for Cas.t County, Indiana Miller. Tolbert & Hlrschauer . Attorney Mrs. Duncan, 64, Camden,, Succumbs CAMDEN — Funeral services For Mrs. Dorotha Duncan, 64; of Camden, 'will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday al: the First Baptist church here. She died Sunday evening while visiting her son, Delmas, at his home in Ogden, Utah. Born Oct. 13, 1897, in Kokomo, she was trie daughter of Richard and Cora Barnhart Humphreys. Her marriage was in 1916 to James R. Duncan, who survives. Also surviving are two sons, Delmas; and Deniece, of rural route 1, Kokomo; a daughter, Mrs. Dean Allbaugh, Anderson; six grandchifdren, two great- grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and one step great-grandchild; and a half brother, Joseph S, Strain; of Lake Bruce. Friends may call at the Ellers Chapel, in Kokomo after noon Wednesday at the church one iour prior to services. Burial will in Crown Point 'cemetery, Kokomo. NOTICE TO Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of Memorial •lospltal, Ijog'ansport, Indiana, will receive sealed proposals for the installation of a vacuum and oxyeen distribution system. Detailed .specificatloiiB a,re on Jllte in the office £ the Administrator of the hospital. Proposals will be received in the office of the Administrator until 7:00 'P.:M: on the 6th day, ot .Tun«, > 1,962. Proposals received after this hour will be returned unopened. ' Proposals shall be submitted on forms prescribed by th'e Indiana State Board- of Accounts, No proposal shall be withdrawn for a period of 30 day.s after submission without; the consent of the Boa.rd of Trustees of the hospital which reserves the rig'ht to reject any. or all bids without reason. • Dated this 21st day of Mar, 1962. . Hf.'i'hert L, I* 1 romm Administrator NOTIOK STATE OF INDIANA ) . )SS: COUNTY" OK "CASS ) NOTICE TO .ALT, PERSONS INT.WKI5ST.lilD IN" THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM W. COX ' In the Circuit Court of Cass County, APRIL Term, 1862 Cause Number P 61—9!) In the matter'oT the 'Estate of WIT,MAM -W. COX, deceased Notice is hereby R'iven tha.l Oral Richard Cox as Executor of the above' flamed! esta,te, hafl presented and filed his account In final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for the "examination and action of said Circuit' Court-, on the l^ day of June,Mn62, at which time all persons interested in said estate are—required to appear said court and show ca.use, If any there he,-why sa.ld account should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others 1 Interested are also re- nulred to appear and make proof their heirship or claim to any pa.rt of 'Said estate. Dated: 28th day of May. 1962. Clarence R. Sottlemyre Clerk of tlie Circuit,.Court for Cass County, Indiana HANNA & SMALL ^-r- Attorney BACK IN HOME TOWN—Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter is shown signing the register at a hotel in his home town of Boulder, Colo., Monday as he arrived to receive honors from his home town. The astronaut was honored at ceremonies Tuesday in the 45,000-' capacity University of Colorado football stadium. Thousands of Colorado residents, headed by Gov. Stephen L. R. McNichols and other state officials, greeted Carpenter on his first trip to his home state since 1960. Carpenter, his wife, Rene, and their four children, his mother, Mrs. Florence Carpenter, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration officials arrived at Denver . aboard President Kennedy's private jet line after a flight from Cape Canaveral. (DPI Unifax.) FBI ToTakeOver Plane Crash Probe CBMTBaWLLE, Iowa (UPD— The Federal Bureau of Investigation -today was expected to take over the main responsibility in the probe of last week's Continental Airlines jet crash which killed 45 persons. The (FBI was reported to be concentrating its efforts on a possible murder-suicide pact in which a bomb apparently was exploded in a rear washroom of the Boeing 707 as it flew at 39,000 leet over Unionville, Mo., en Terrorizes Passengers On Bus; Slain CHICAGO -(UPI) — A berserk bus passenger was shot to death by police early today after he stabbed and critcially wounded two Greyhound Lines drivers and •terrorized 41 passengers aboard a Chicago-to-San Francisco bus. The knife-wielding passenger was tentatively identified from papers on .his 1 Body -as -German- born Milos Sava Brekich, 27, of San Francisco. Wilfred Doss, 41, Addison, 111., who was at the wheel of the bus when the altercation 'began, suffered stab wounds in the neck, left side and back. . Don Paul, 38, Des Moines, iowa, the relief driver aboard, was wounded near the heart. Doss and' Paul were listed in fair condition and doctors at ifl- linos Research Hospital said they would live. • Also hospitalized was a Marine, Richard Williams, who was en route to the West Coast for duty at the 3rd .Area Airways. Williams was under treatment for shock. Doctors said he did' not appear to have been wounded though his clothing was covered with blood. Police said the. bus was en route to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, its 'first stop, when Brekich became unruly and began -arguing with Army Pvt. William Kokko, 23, Negaunee; Mich., who was en route,to Ms duty station at San Francisco, • .When officers arrived on the scene after the staibbings and demanded that Brekich .surrender, the passenger brandished His knife and threatened them.: Patrolman 'Arthur McCauslin drew his gun, and .shot Brekich to death. FOR UNEMPLOYMENT Public Works Bill Passed By Senate WASHINGTON (UPI), - Senate, Democratic 1 Leaders, stung by GOP criticism of President Kennedy's financing policies, pushed through the _ Senate; Monday a compromise '$1.5 .billion public works program designed to com 1 : bat unemployment.. The vote was 44 to '32. •';-.-'. The Senate approved the authorization : bill after rejecting two CharlesEskridge, 86, Carroll Farmer, Dies; Services Wednesday DELPHI—Final rites for Charles H.; fisk'ridg'e, 86, retired Carroll county -farmer, will be, held/at l;3fl p.ni Wednesday at the Jackson funeral home,'The Kev. Lloyd Fuller will conduct services; • and burial will .be in Morning Heights .cemetery. . . ' He died/ at \5; 30 a.m. Monday in the Scott nursing . home in Lafayette.. He had been -ill for one year. He formerly, lived • southwest of Delphi. . . .. : . . • .Born -March '5, 1876, in'.fippe- canoe • county; he was the son of Mr. and'..Mrs. Seth Eskridge! He married Laura Pearson, who died May 11, 1945. < '' He was a member of the Church of 'the Brethren at Flora. He spent his life in p Carroll and Tippecanoe counties. Survivors. are one son and three daughters: George Radnor; Mrs. Leonard Schnepp, Colburn; Mrs. Pauline Schwier, Lafayette; Mrs. Elmer Mahoney, Cutler; 19 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Ruth Morris, Lincoln, Nebr. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, major republican efforts to substitute more limited loan-and grant programs. The day-long debate was enlivened by a .partisan exchange when Sen. Prescott Bush, R-Conn. charged that the President's orig- .nal request for financing a massive $2.6 billion works spending program • amounted to a form of "embezzlement." Sen. Robert S. • Kerr, D-Okla., 'loor manager for the bill,' accused Bush of. engaging in the "lowest level' of partisan politics I've seerf displayed on the Senate floor.". 'He said Bush's remarks were unfair, incorrect and "an insult", .'•_•: The final version of the bill au- thorizied $750 million for'projects next year in areas of high unemployment, 1 and an afiditonail $7-50 million "standby" authority for projects in the succeeding fiscal year starting July 1, 1963 to counter any economic downturn. • The compromise represented a tactical retreat from the original $2.6 billion bill cleared by the committee which would h a v e given the President standby authority to spend $2 billion on projects,, as-an anti-recession weapon. Democrats hailed the bill as a frontal assault on the unemploy ment problem. More • than 1,000 economically distressed areas in all. 50 slates would be eligible for matching federal aid for construction of roads, libraries, sewers and other works projects if Congress later appropriates the necessary money. route from Chicago to Los Angeles by way of Kansas City, Mo. An executive of an insurance company which wrote insight policies on some of those aboard the stricken plane said Monday that if [here was a murder-suicide plot "everything points to passengers who lived in Kansas City or the vicinty." FBI Agent in Charge W. Mark Felt of Kansas City was to confer-today with George Van Eps, chief of the Civil ( Aeronautics Board's (CAB) safety bureau. The CAB was reported near the conclusion of its crash investigation and ready to turn over the probe to the FBI before the end of the week. Another sweep by Army helicopters of the crash area was planned today. Helicopters Monday turned up more significant bits of wreckage ( from the tail portion of the plane, believed severed 'from the fuselage by a dy. 'namite-like explosion in the washroom. The FBI in' Chicago refused to confirm or deny that agents were probing the activities of a Kansas City area passenger who had stayed at a Chicago hotel and boarded the plane at O'Hare International Airport. However, sources in Chicago said such an investigation was under way. Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter Charge FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPD- William Miller, 34, (Fort Wayne, was free today on a suspended sentence received Monday after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter in a fatal tavern shooting more than three years ago. Miller had been convicted twice of second-degree murder for the death of Harrison Tinker in a Forl Wayne tavern in December, 1958. (However, he won appeals on each conviction and was 'granted a new trial. Sentence was handed down by special Judge Hugh Kennerk in Allen Circuit Court. Kennerk suspended the 2 to 21-year''term after noting that Miller had.ten in jail since shortly afler the shooting. NAME CO-CHAIRMAN WINAMAC—Richard Misenhimer will be cochairman.of the United Fund drive with William Stect- man here, UF President Marshall Fritz announced ^Monday.' . Babe Ruth League Opens Season Today .MONTIOELLO-The Babe''Ruth Baseball league will open its sea. son with a game between State and Savings bank and Carter Jlock at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Miller 'uneral home will meet RCA at 7:30. A, queen will be crowned be- ;ween games tp reign over the opening festivities. Mayor Carl Seidholz will throw out the first jail, according to League Chairman Don Runyon. Read the Want Ads! COMMUNITY OWNED COMMUNITY BUILT I1CA RURAL ELiCTRIC MEMBERSHIP" tO'RFORATION FULTON-CARROLL-WHITE ^ MIAMI-CASS, COUNTIES Eldon Conner Wins t Agricultural Prize PBRU-The 1962 DeKalb Agri cultural Accomplishment award for outstanding seniors in agriculture was presented to Eldon Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Conner of Mexico. Conner, who graduated from North Miami president of high school, was the North Miami chapter, Future Farmers of America, and a member of the high school's student council. He excelled in. scholarship, leadership and farm program activities during his four years in high school. He plans to attend Purdue university and major in agricultural engineering. The Big Dtfferonco In Stares Today Is The Way People Are Treated MEZZANINE STARTS THURSDAY SALE HATS $ Values to 18.95 3 The latest and .prettiest styles, 1 the finest fabrics in tailored and dressy styles . . .all colors, (limited supply). ' Our Finest HATS «ess than '• (limited number) Price Young Girls' Sunday Small Group HATS Come Early For Best Selection! 409-4M E. BROADWAY-SHOP—TUES.-SAT. 9-5; FRI. 9-9 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre« We wish to fake this op* pay homage to the leaders and patriots who have given their lives for the preservation of freedom. emoria BE NATIONAL BANK Broadway atfpurth MEMBER F. D. I. C. Phon« 4137

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