Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 2
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FARM BILL PROTEST Eisenhower Offers To Go To Jail WASHINGTON (UPD - Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower was quoted Wednesday, as offering to go to jail if necessary to block government regimentation of farmers. An Agriculture Department spokesman, in reply, said this not only would not be necessary but that under the Kennedy Admin . istration farm program it would .not be possible. Only civil penalties are provided for non-ocoper- . ating farmers in the current Ken nedy farm bill, the spokesman said. Rep. Catherine May, R-Wash-., ' said Eisenhower, now a Getty^,Mrs. Floyd'Eurit, Twelve Mile, Dies; :Rites Saturday ' PERU — Funeral services for •Mrs. Leona G. Eurit, 63. of Twelve Mile, will be held 2 p.m. Saturday at (he Eikenberry funeral home. The Rev. August Lundquist will conduct services, • and burial will be in the Ever- .Rest cemetery. She died at 4:10 a.m. Wednesday at Memorial hospital in Logansport after an illness of 12 years. • . . Born in Cass county on May 5, 1899, she was the daughter of Adrian F. and Erma Whitmeyer Cooper. She was married to Floyd B. Eurit on Feb. 16, 1920. Survivors are the husband; a 'daughter, Mrs. Donna Gean -Michaels, Twelve Mile; a sister, ."Mrs. Richard Bloomer, Twelve Mile and three grandchildren. One son is deceased. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Friday. William Winebrenner Dies At His Home '• WINAMAC — Funeral .services • for William C. Winebrenner, 70, ;of rural route 3, Winamac, will -be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the -'Fry and Lange funeral home. IThe Rev. Harry W. Campbell will -conduct sf. "ices, and burial will be in McKmley Memorial Gar;dens. • He died at 2 p.m. Tuesday at his home from a heart attack. .'He had been in poor health for •four years. '. Born Feb. 14, 1892, in Hunting- 'ton, he was the. son of David and Nancy Sheetz Winebrenner. A resident of Winamac six years, he came here from Gary. He married Mildred Creek on Sept. 3, 1932, in Valparaiso. Survivors are the widow; a daughter, Nancy Mae; and a son, • David Henry, at home; three sisters: Mrs. Mae Centers, Mrs. Anna Bruner and Mrs. Mildred Walker ,all of Marion. Friends may call at the funeral home. Read the Want Ads burg, Pa., cattle grower, told her he never took a cent of government -«poney on his farm, and that "he would be darned if he just wouldn't rather go to jail than to submit" to the kind of control he said once was proposed by, President Kennedy. ' In a newsletter describing her talk with the former president at his Gettysburg office last week, along with a num'ber of other GOP lawmakers,. Mrs. May said: "Mr. Eisenhower expressed a very angry reaction to some of. the original Kennedy farm 'programs because they contained jail sentence penalties for farmers 1 who refused to cooperate. ' "After going into some detail about how he had never asked for and never taken a cent of government money on his farm, he declared that if any of these proposed regimented programs be-, came law he would be darned if he just wouldn't rather go to jail than to submit. "At this point I said quite earnestly, 'General Eisenhower, I think'that is a splendid idea. If you would be willing to go to jail it would make a wonderful example to prove our point about control farm programs.", "For a minute he looked taken Luman Hawkins, 56, Of Flora, Succumbs; Rites To Be Friday FLORA—Luman R. -Hawkins, 5fi, suffered a fatal heart attack when stricken at his cottage on Horse Bend of the Tippecanoe River at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday. He was the operator of a paint and body shop in Flora. The son of John and Edith Jackson Hawkins he was born March 14, 1906. He was married to Martha Snider on Oct. 21, 1933. She survives. Other survivors are his father of Miami, ,Fla. and a sister, Mrs. Ross Briggs of Flora. A Mason, he was also a member of the Scottish Rite and Shrine. Final rites will be conducted from the Leiter funeral home at two o'clock Friday. The Rev.. Charles Dumond will officiufe^and burial will be in the Maple Lawn cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. A shark will eat anything. Found in sharks' stomachs have been such assorted tidbits as tin cans, bricks, 'a fur coat, sack of coal, an alarm clock and a full- grown dog. Former Logansport Resident Dies In Indianapolis Maggie To.wnsend, 75,.a former Logansport resident who has been in failing health for the past five years, died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Bernice Watson, 2047 North Ta- <"oma Ave., in Indianapolis, at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning. The daughter of Arthur and Lozzie Rogers Hall, she was born in Estel county, Kentucky, on Feb. 17, 1887.' Her marriage to Willie Townsend look place in Stanton, Kentucky, on Dec. 21, 1006. He survives. Survivors other than her husband and daughter include two sons; Rev. Shelby Townsend of Peru, and Stephen Townsend of Wichita, Kah.; two sisters, Sarah Howe and Bernice Bishop both of Roseland, Ky; 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Services will be 'at the Fisher funeral home at 1:30 p.m. Friday with the Rev. H. C. Nichols officiating. Burial" will be in the Ever-Rest Memorial cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. PUBLIC AUCTION I, the undersigned administratrix, will sell the following personal property of the late Clystie Weiss located at 711 16th St., in Logansport, Ind., on SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1962 SALE TO BEGIN AT 1:00 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; G-pc. dining room suite; draperies and curtains; Norge gas range; Servel 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-iti case of accidents. MRS. THEDA LEFFEL, Admx. of Clystie Weiss Estate Thomas Hirschauer, Alty. for Estate. Roy L. Grume, Auctioneer-, Phone' Kokpmo GL-2-8476. • back -and then burst into a roar of laughter, in,which we all joined, as he assured me that he agreed it might 'be the best way to strike a blow .for our cause, and he would be perfectly willing to submit himself for- the experiment." ' Wilma Brunkala Expires At Base PERU—Wilma. Marie Brunkala, 34, of 1065 Albrook, Bunker Hill Air Force Base, died at 5:45'a.m. Tuesday at the base hospital from internal injuries .she -sustained in a car accident May 19 at Onward. She was the wife on Anthony R. Brunkala,' who survives. The body was 'sent to Buchanan funeral home in Jackson, 111., where services and burial will be held. \ WAGONER RITES SET ROCHESTER—Funeral services for Mrs. Amanda Wagoner, 83, of here, will be held at 2 p.'m. Thursday at ; the Foster and Good funeral home.T he Rev. Ray Mills will conduct services, and burial will be in Leiters Ford 1 cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. POLICEMAN HIRED MON'HOELLO—Robert Dawson, 936 Lee Ave,, has-been hired, as a patrolman : for the police department. He - fills ; the vacancy left by the death of Lawrence Kraud. ALOW TAG ON When you arrange/ to remodel your home through us you can depend on the lowest price tag consistent with quality materials and high grade work. Let us figure on your remodeling needs. // N O MONEY O OWN WE HAVE CARPENTERS, PAINTERS, MASONS TO HANDLE ANY JOB. REMODEl if NEW HOMES if COMMBRCtAl BUHJDIiNGS + GARAGES if BREEZEWAYS if ATTIC RO'OMS 1X1 KITCHEN CABINETS if RECREATION ROOMS NBW .FLOORS if NEW HOMES if CElllNG THE WAll PAN BUNG Save $ $ * Cash & Car ry Prices * Save $ $ WH«E HOUSE PAJW $4.79 GAL. INSIDE 'PLAT WAUL PAINT .'....... !. . . $4.89 GAl. AlUWllPNUM COME. DOORS, Incl. Hardware $25.95 1x10 WP SWPLAlP $115.00 M EAVE TROUGH INSTAliLED if 'ROOFS MOPPED ORANGEIBUiRG PIPE if FIELD THE *• CEMENT THE WRilWED THE if LOUVER DOOR. . .$13.33 and up PAINT ROLLER C OVERS - 2 for 59c ALUIVWNUM COMB. WtNDO WS - as low as-$l3.50 ! EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING ! Roofing and Siding Appli ed. Free Estimates Ruberoid Roofing an d Siding Products Reynolds Aluminum Siding —as low as $32.95 sq. Visit Our >New Homes in Man ifou Heights Addition These, Homes Ope n for Inspection. FANSLER LUMBER CO., INC. Read the Want Ads! Tipton Twp. Teacher Gets Study Grant HOWARD A. EILAR ONWARD—Howard A. Eilar, physics instructor at the Tipton township high school, has been notified, that-he is one of'six Indiana physics teachers chosen to receive a National Science Foundation, assistance to participate during the comming summer in the .Second Southeastern Conference on Aero-Space Sciences for physics teachers. The conference will be held from July •• 9 through July 21 at the University 'of South Florida at Tampa. A trip by Air Force airlift from Tampa to Cape Canaveral will occur during the conference and it is anticipated that a missile launching will be among the things which will be observed at the Cape. A, total of 82 physics teachers from 15 states are scheduled to Thursday Evening, May 31,1862. Relics Available Of USS Indiana WASHINGTON (UPD— Rep. J. Edward Ttoush,' D-Ind., reminded eligible Indiana organizations today they may apply for relics from the battleship USS Indiana which goes to the scrap heap in August. Relics of the ship are available .0 museums and historical societies, libraries, schools, ' state, .oca! and civic agencies and veterans organizations. Relics include the ship's nameplate, the ship and turret bells, [he ensign and jack flags and. the commission pennant last flown. A small quantity of planking is available . for gravels and similar mementoes, as well as sections of masts for setting up as shore memorials. Others include anchors with five shots of chain, clocks from the pilot house, engine room equipment, navigational and signaling =;ear, and guns no larger than Roush said requests must be submitted by August, and the relics will be available for distribution by the end of 1962 or early next year. Applications are to be sent to the Navy Department curator, chief of Naval operations 'Office, Navy Department, Washington. The silver service contributed to receive instruction from 'professors of such institutions as the University of Toronto, the University of Mississippi, University of Florida, representatives of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the Department' of Defense and several space industries'. ... the' first USS Indiana in 1896 in the nu/ne of the state now is used on the USS Wasp and presumably will remain there. The battleship's bell customarily is offered to the governor of the slate for which it was named. The Indiana was launched less than three weeks before the Pearl Harijor attack. It earned nine battle stars in the Asiatic-Pacific area in World War II and survived Uie blazing kamikaze plane attacks and (he punishing 1945 typhoon. LOOK FOR DOLPHIN NEW YORK (UPI) - The New York Zoological Society is looking for a hearty dolphin, that can survive in the unhealed water of the Coney Island aquarium. The society Wednesday offered $300 for the dolphin, which is more properly known as a cold- water porpoise, saying that southern dolphins cannot survive the aquarium's outdoor pool. Civilian Group at Bunker Hill Base Installs Officers PERU—The Civilian Supervisors Association of Bunker Hill Air Force Base met recently at the Tally Ho in Peru and installed new officers for the coming year. Hubert House:, of Base Supply, was installed as president. Other officers installed included Bert Teal, Civil Engineering, vice president; and Mrs. Elsie Hight, Commissary, secretary. Committees appointed were: Education and Development, John Mello; Management and Improvement, Del'bcrt Shepler; Welfare and Recreation, Alice Craggs. The program committee will be appointed each month with James Hopper serving for the June meeting. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month and all civilian supervisors are invited to attend. ASTING POSTMASTER WASHINGTON (UPI) - John Nice will take over as acting postmaster of the Indianapolis Post Office Thursday, replacing Walter Smith who is retiring. SA'LE OF RESIDENCE WITH 40 ACRES Adams Twp., Carroll County New 3 bedroom modern frame house with attached garage and utility room. Pole barn and 40 acres with year around spring water. Ideal for pasture. Well fenced,and maintained. Situated 4!4 miles south of Lake Cicotl or 10 miles west of Logansport, J /4 mile from, blacktop road. TERMS: Cash. 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