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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 29, 1962
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune 'Patients' Swarm Over Ben Casey INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Televi- 'sion's Ben Casey literally stopped the show here Monday night when panting females swarmed through police lines and threatened to disrupt the "500" 'Festival Parade as well «s Vince Edwards' .composure. Edwards 'was whisked .away from the parade and his frantic fans when more than two dozen motorcycle and foot patrolmen from the Indianapolis Police Department were overwhelmed. At one point a young girl was knocked down fey a motorcycle when she got too close. The girl got up, with her knees bleeding and tears in her eyes and ran back into the crowd shouting, "I saw Ben, I saw Ben." Earlier, when Edwards arrived at .Indianapolis Union' Station, more than 300 delirious fans greeted him, with more restraint. Today he will visit the James E.^Joberts School and Community Hospital here. On Memorial- Day he is slated to watch the 46th an nual 500-inile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Li Omer Loyd of the Indianapo. lis Police Traffic Division said the crowd that lined the Hoosier Capital's downtown streets for the annual parade was estimated at 325,000. Ardent parade watchers started staking curb side claims as early as 4 p.m. The festival parade, which began at 7 p.m., climaxed nearly a month of pre-race festivities here, all leadinig up to the 500-mile race Wednesday. The parade included, all in the theme of the spectacle, "Music, Yesterday and Today, bevies of beauties headed by festival queen Jerilyn Jones and Miss Universe, Diana Schmidt. Bands from around the country provided the musical entertainment while 33 floats rolled through the downtown section. Military units added a martial air as they vied with horse patrols for colorful marching. After the parade there was square dancing on the Indiana World War Memorial and an invitational reception by Governor Welsh. OES Group Stages Dinner; 42 Attend Forty-two members and guests of the Past Matrons and Patrons of Fidelity chapter No. 58, OES, convened for a ham dinner prior to the May meeting recently . at the Masonic Temple. The dinner was served by the committee composed of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bickel, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beougher, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Beall, Mrs. Ruth Thomas, Mrs. Caroline Updegraf and Mrs. Etta Massena. Mrs. Floyd Dillman, president, conducted the business session with Mrs. Emma Maudlin giving the opening prayer. The secretary, Mrs. Blanche Miller, gave her report, followed, with roll call answered by „ members telling which Star Point in their estimation was outstanding. Ira Cree submitted the treasurer's account and communications were read and a collection was taken. After" the meeting, euchre was played with Edith Zieg, Jeanette Parker, Floyd Dillman and Earl Wilier winning. The traveling prize was also won by Edith Zieg. Gary Student Wins High School Honor MIAMI, Fla. (UPI) — Joanne Schor, 17, a senior at Gary Wirt High School, Gary, Ind., was the winner today of a free vacation for herself and her parents at sursside in Miami Beach as the result of a contest in which she was named one of the most brilliant high school students in the country. The Town of Surfside and the Tri-City Chamber of Commerce will pick up the tab for the two- week vacation which Joanne won in a contest advertised in the nation's educational publications. The award was announced Monday. Joanne, who is first in her class and has a straight A average, was nominated by her principal, William K. Chance. As a sophomore, she did special work in math at the University of Chicago. Safe Landing -NEW YORK (UPI) — A four- engine Super Constellation with a faulty nose wheel landed safely at Idlewild Airport Monday night on a foam-covered runway. No injuries were reported among the 36 passengers and five crewmen aboard the Eastern Airlines plane which left Washington, D.C., at 9 p.m., EOT. TO ATTEND INSTITUTES Miss Joan Huth Ewing and David R. Skelton, teachers of :he local high school, will par- ;icipate in institutes this summer-. Miss Ewing, of 700 Jackson street, is among 46 high school Spanish teachers from 21 states who have been selected to attend Texas Tech's Summer Language .nstitute from June 11 to August 4 in Tucuman, Argentina, The eight-week institute is being sponsored in cooperation with the United States Office of Education Language Development srogram and is being supported the National Defense Educa- ion Act. . Skelton, of 84 Twenty-first street, is among 73 high scKool mathematic teachers from Ohio and 18 other states who will larticipate in a summer institute n mathematics beginning June 18 at Ohio State university. The institute is one of five sponsored at Ohio State this summer by the National Science foundation. HONOR AGDA RAFTER The final meeting of the season was held by the- BV chapter of :he PEO recently at the home of Mrs. H. H. Hildebrandt with 12 members attend. Mrs. R. S. McCord, president, was in charge of the business session when various committees reported. Mrs. McCord and Mrs. .Vilson Voorhees gave reports of lie Stale Convention, stating ;hat there are 85 active chapters and two being organized in Ihdi- ia. A special tribute was given to Miss Agda Rafter, who is retiring as principal at Longfellow'-school. She was presented with a Bible. TERRY HARGROVE Terry K. Hargrove, son of Mr, and Mrs. Robert J. Hargrove, Sr., of 2309 Smead street, presented n's senior recital Monday evening at Oberlin college Conservatory of Music. A tuba major, Hargrove studied at the Mozarteum in Salz- bzurg, Austria, in his junior year. He is a 1958 graduate of the local high school. SLUGS TAX AGENT KNOXV3JLLE, Tenn. (UPD- Mrs. Gertrude Perry has been ordered to appear in federal court here June 5 on. charges of slugging a woman 'agent for the Internal Revenue'Service who was checking her tax return. . Read the Want Ads! State Warns Local Plant About Odors State officials have ordered the Indiana Rendering Company to nstall a proper drainage and filter system and take steps to keep down the odors by August 1 under penally of possible suspension or revocation of its license to operate, Prosecutor Earl Palmer said Tuesday. Sam Rhoades, 'PEDAL FOR HEALTH' - Dr. Paul Dudley White, Boston heart specialist and physician to former President Eisenhower, visited Rhode Island Sunday and led 113 bicyclists in a "pedal lor health" ride from Bcrrington, R. I., to Bristol, R. I. (UPI Unifax.) Fear Young Killer Flees Big Posse UNIONVEJLE, Iowa (UP)— A one-time high school athlete and expert .hunter, who killed five, relatives and wounded a sixth, may have eluded tha 125-man posse which thought it had him surrounded, it was feared today. Highway patrolmen, sheriffs deputies and other posse members planned one final search today through the brush and tree- covered hills of southern Iowa for ex-Marine Gayno Gilbert Smith, 24. But authorities indicated the intensive manhunt would be abandoned if the fugitive was not located. Smith, a farmhand, was sought for the Saturday night and early Sunday slayings of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McBeth, 51 and 42, and three cousins, twins Amos and Anna McBeth, 19, and Mrs. Donna Jean MoBeth Kellogg, 17, a divorcee and mother of a son, Perry,, 6 months. Another cousin of the fugitive, Patsy Lou McBeth, 15, managed to elude Smith while he was searching for more ammuniton for his combination .22 - caliber FRAMCD1N, Tex. (UPI)'— A state grand jury looking into the strange death of a federal farm official, who- may -have been tilled because-he knew too much,' was expected to' decide 'today whether to fight for a. complete "ile on Billie Sol Estes that the J.S. Department of Justice is nol'ding. • Texas Atty. Gen. Will Wilson told the grand jury he will try ;o get. a court.order to force 1 the Justice Department to make the :ile available if the jury wants iim to. The grand jury is trying to decide whether Henry H. Marshall', 51, an official of foe U.S. Department of Agriculture, was murdered last June $ when his bullet-riddled body was found on his 'arm, or whether he killed him- rifle and 410-gauge ' under" shotgun. The over girl and wounded in the lef-t shoulder. Released After Fatal Accident HARrflWVUlJLE, 111. (UPI)— Robert Lee Alexander, 25, Evans' ville, Ind., was released after his car struck and fatally injured Elvessa Davis, 71, Monday near here, .police said. Officers said Alexander, an urn- ploye of a Salem, 111., oil research firm, was traveling around 40 miles an hour when he saw the woman, sounded his horn and applied his brakes. Alexander said the woman continued miking across the road. the Accident happened in front of her home. In Memory of William Jacob Benson who passed away two years ago, May 29, 1960. —Mrs. Stella Benson Notice of Private Sale of Real Estate STATE OF INDIANA) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY OF CASS ) SS: APRIL TERM 1962 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE) CAUSE NO. P 61-68 OF ) WILLIAM D. SHILLING, Deceased ) Notice is hereby given that the Farmers and Merchants State Bank, Administrator of the Estate of William D. Shilling, deceased, pursuant to an order of the Cass Circuit Court entered on the 21st day of May, 1902 will offer for sale at private sale at the Farmers and Merchants State Bank, Logansport, Indiana, on the 4th day of June 1962, at ten (10:00) o'clock A.M., and from day to day thereafter until- sold, the following described real estate in the City of Logansport, Cass County, Indiana, to-wit: Lots Numbered Forty-nine .(49) and Fifty (50) in the . West End Foundry Addition to the City of Logansport, Cass County, Indiana. Said real estate will be sold to the highest and best bidder for cash, for not less than the appraised value, free and .clear of all liens and encumbrances, except the last installment of taxes for the year 1962, payable in November 1963, and. subsequent taxes and assessments. This conveyance will be made by Administrator's Deed and 'an abstract of title showing good and merchantable title in the seller will be supplied. A deposit of earnest money, in cash or certified check, in a sum equal to ten' (10%) per cent of the bid, must accompany each bid. Dated this 21st day of May, 1962. The FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK, Administrator of the Estate of William.D. Shilling, deceased George L. Brubaker Attorney for the Administrator GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding plant!, vegetable «md flower plant! b«« varieties, potted tomafoei, delphinium, pointed ond shasla daisies, sweet -William, baby breath, bleeding' hearts, cli- maris and other perennials. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Rummage Sale 527 E. Broadway Fri.,June 1,8:30 am Bethel Methodist Church Texas Seeks U.S. File About Estes He with had been shot five limes a bolt-action rifle. eluding his widow, took lie or tests at their own request Monday and passed them.. Capt. Clint Peoples of the Texas Rangers said the tests, were administered by Thad Johnson wlygraph expert for the Texas 3epar.rme r nt of Public Safety. Besides Mrs. , Marshall', the ests were given to .Bob Marshall, a brother of the dead man; Sdwin Bennett, . a cousin; anc M. Owens, a brotherrin-law Jwens and Bennett found Mar shall's body. Peoples declined to say why :he tests were given, but one of- Icial in the investigation said it ftas because they wanted to quiet 'local talk" that perhaps they iad, not told the grand jury all :hey knew about the killing. Peoples said he could not say what they had been asked because "it might infringe on the grand jury." But he said "ques- Four relatives of Marshall, in- Rochester Woman Injured in Crash. ROCHESTER — Margaret Lucille Macy, 19, of Rochester, suffered right knee and leg injuries in an automobile accident at 9 a.m. Monday. The .accident happened three quarters of a mile west of Akron at a curve on Indiana 14, as she was driving a. 1957 model car en' route west. Her car left the left burm, turned and crossed the highway to the right, • striking an embankment, which caused it to flip over on its right side. Miss Macy was treated' in Akron doctor's office 'and released. The Fulton county sheriff's office was notified of the accident by Akron Town Marshal Ed Hause. They have joined the State Police in the investigation. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our neigh' bors and friends for their prayers and many acts of kindness during our recent sorrow. -fThe DelbertMcCloskey Family H. R. DIETZE Plumbing & Heating Residential-Commercial Industrial Phon* 3409 425 2nd St. 4th Annual Antique Show and Sale June 8, 9 and, 10,* 1962 Logansport, Indiana, at the Armory, 912 S. Cicott St., Friday and Saturday Noon -'til 10:00 p.m., Sunday Noon 'til 6:00 p.m. 26 outstanding exhibitors will offer tor sale beautiful displays in luxurious setting; rare .old China, Glass, Bugs,' Coins, Guns, Jewelry, Furniture, etc. ' • Sponsored by Junior Chamber o'f Commerce Food served in building. Free parking. Door prizes, 9:30 Friday and Saturday evenings. Tea by Jay-Ettes, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Saturday. Admission 50c supervisor in charge of the quarantines program of the Indiana State Livestock Sanitary Board, in a letter to the Firm this month . warned that "Your rendering plant does not meet state requirements v and it does not have proper drainage and filler system and- the plant does not operate in such a manner to keep down odors to keep this from becoming a public nuisance. 'UNDER THE powers of the board, you are given until Aug. 1, 1962, to put in the proper equipment for the controlling of odors, Unless the deadline of August 1 is met, the board will take whatever action they deem necessary with regards to suspending or. re voking your license." Perry Miller, chief of the industrial waste section of the State Board of Health, also wrote to the company, warning that it is not providing adequate treatment of its wastes before discharging Iheni in the Wabash river. Miller instructed it to have its plans for adequate treatment ol the wastes submitted to the Stream Pollution Control Board by July 6. Youth Hurt In Accident Thomas Camp, 18, of rural •oule 2, Walton, was reported in air condition in' St. Joseph's hos- )ital Tuesday after suffering chest injuries in a one-car acci- lent shortly before 4 p.m. Monday. Camp's 1959 sedan dropped into an eight-foot ravine on county road 300 S in Washington town- hip when it met an approaching car at a spot too narrow to pass. ?he other motorist did not stop, according to investigating offi- according to State Trooper Glen •losier and Deputy Sheriff Robert Sabatini, who investigated. lions asked.. .found :elling the truth." they were Wilson urged the grand jury to lold out for the complete report on an investigation on Estes made by William Elliott .tor the Uepartmentment of Agriculture. "Getting information from the •ederal government is as difficult as if we were pulling teeth," he said. "This investigation does not involve foreign relations or internal security of the nation. The release of the report could nol possibly be detrimental to the national interest." 'Syndicate Buys Hammon Times HAMMOND, Ind. .(UPI)-Sale ol the Hammond Times,, a 60,000- circulation evening and Sunday newspaper, to .a new corporation leaded .by Robert S. Howard o: Naples, Fla., was announced to. day. The announcement, approved by Jie Times stockholders and directors Monday, was made jointly by Howard and James S. DeLaurier auMisher and editor of the Times Under the new • ownership, De baurier will continue as publisher editor and general manager. How ard said there'will be "no change; in either policy or personnel." LEADERS TO MEET The Cass county Junior Lead' ers King and Queen committee will meet at the Extension office on Thursday, May 31 at 8 p.m. FOR OVER 25 YEARS! "RQSSREfD Roof s'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free BEAUTY SHOP FOR RENT Equipment Available HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP 41614 E. Broadway Phone 4827 or 53519 STOCKS BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS Buy or Sell Orders Executed In All Markets E. Y. Denham Co. STOCKBROKERS E. Broadway Phone 3000 GRAND OPENING] MAY 31 thru • JUNE 9 TUB-0-SUDS MAY 311 thru JUNE 9 Newly Remodeled Inside and Out FREE W ASH Jo BIG DAYS Plenty of Free Parking on 0 ur New Drive-Air Conditioned WE HAVE WGKjyiP AND OBUVBRYSERVICE • Shirts • 'Bedding (inc. electric blankets) • Flat and Finith • Shag Rugj {dyeing) • Wash, Dry and Fold , • Check Our (Crooning Prices Smsad 'St. at 12th Logaasport Dial 5940 Tuesday Evening, May 29, 1962 cers. Damage to the car was light, Ten Candidates Report Expenses Ten more candidates have filed heir primary .expense reports with County Clerk Clarence Set- lemyre. Bernard Rose, candidate for commissioner, reported expenses f $425.30; Charles R. Schiffer, candidate for Eel township jus- ice of the peace, reported expenditures of $71.30; and Loran. Dannheiser, also a candidate for justice of the peace, reported expenditures of $201.75. Those 'reporting no expenditures were: William H. Jones, candidate for Eel township trustee; Leonard Wagoner,, candidate for Bethlehem township trustee; Lowell Bruner and Benton Long, candidates for Washington township trusf.ee; William Taylor, candidate for Jefferson township trustee; and. Wayne Dodl, candi dale for Harrison township trustee. Auto Sales SOUTH BEND, Studebalter Corp. Ind. (UPD- Monday an nounced an 18 per cent gain in sale of fleet vehicles over the 196C January-April period when sale? were at an all-time high. Lewis E. Minkel, vice^presiden of marketing, said sales of car and trucks to fleet buyers thi; year totaled 8,526 units compare! with 5,854 sold during the sam period last year. He said 7,194 units were' sold during the firs four months of 1960. 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.. 315 Fourth St. Easy Terms Dial 2762 Raymond Slagle,<S2, Native of Gass County, Succumbs in Hobart HOBART, Ind. — Raymond D. ilagle, 62, of Hobart, a former esidcnt of Clymers, died sudden- at his home Monday evening. Ie had resided in Clymers 30 ears prior to moving to Hobart 7 years' ago. He was an employe f the sheet, and tin mill division f the U. S. Steel Corp. Born Aug. 9, 1899 in Clymers, e was the son of William and ^ettie DeFord Single. His mar- iage was to Dorothy Shaw. He was a member of the Clymers Methodist church and the U. S. Steel Workers Union. He was a trustee of the Sheet and 'in Mill Relief Association. Survivors include his widow; a on, Hugh Brown, Hobart; three randchildren and three brothers, Quincy, Reveria, Calif.; Earl, lurrows and Eugene, Dayton, )hio. Funeral services will be held t i p.m. Thursday at the Rees uneral home in Hobart with Hev. Valter Wilson officiating. Burial vill be in the Evergreen ceme- ery at Hobart. Friends may call at (he funeral ome after 7 p.m. Tuesday. SEEK TO STOP NARCOTICS FLOW NTO NATION WASHINGTON (UPI) - Cali- ornia Atty. Gen, Stanley Mosk .oday urged the government to seek closer cooperation from Mexico in stemming the flow of narcotics into this country. Appearing before the Senate iuvenile delinquency subcommittee, Mosk included a request that Mexico watch closely about 200 "secret air strips" from which he said private planes were flying narcotics into U.S. border states. He recommended revival of the customs .border patrol, which was suspended in 1949, and a dose watch on the more than 98 million persons who legally cross the border every year. He told the subcommittee state agents concluded that 75 per cent of the heroin and all of the two- pound "bricks" of marijuana sold in California came from Mexico. One agent, he said, was once offered a ton ot marijuana in one sale. 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