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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune 1 Partial Jctcpli fUycm William P. Weutoluit J«<Jy Koy Ro**l Horli w Iheck Passer Apprehended William Miller, 21, of , Fort Vayne, is held in the Knox county ail at Vincennes,. facing charges or the conversion of a motor ve- icle and for passing .fraudulent hecks in seven cities including jOfiansport. He was arrested' in Delphi 'uesday by Sheriff John Roth nd turned over to state police for 'elivery .to the southern jail. MILLER IS BELIEVED to have >assed at least 15 fraudulent hecks in Logansport, Royal Certer, Kokomo, Wabash, Knox, Fort Wayne and Burlington. The hecks ranged in amounts from 10 to $75, according to Sheriff Bernard Leavill. Most of the checks passed in his area were drawn on the Cass :ounty State bank of Walton and >vere made payable to Miller, 'hey bore (he forged signature of Mrs. Virginia Hoover, of 109'/4 :. Market St. Sheriff Leavitt said he was of he opinion that because of the charges at Vincennes, Miller will mt be returned to Logansport. He is alleged to have failed to return a car that he rented. Pennsy's Fast Freight In Service CHICAGO — The Astronaut, a new fast-freight train designed for perishable products and other cargo requiring cross-country speed, has been placed in service by the Pennsylvania Railroad, Henry W. Large, vice president and regional manager, announced today. Symbolled "Train AST-2" and scheduled for speeds up to 60 miles an hour, the Astronaut leaves Chicago at 9 a.m. and has scheduled delivery the following night in the New York area and 'arrival second morning in the Boston area, representing savings in the latter area of up to 24 hours. ITS ROUTE in the east is the same as the PRR's Yankee Jet, which has been making freight history since its introduction a year ago. It provides all-rail service, including icing, to the east and eliminates floating operations in New York harbor. At Logansport, Indiana, the As tronaut picks up cars arriving there from western connections, It also picks up cars at Columbus : Ohio, reaching there from the southwest through the Pennsy'i St. Louis gateway. FROM MORRISVILLE Yard near Trenton, New Jersey, cars routing via Lehigh & Hudson Riv er Railway-New Haven Railroat to New England destinations movf in train JET-2 via Phillipsburg New Jersey, while cars for the New York area continue in the Astronaut. Show Of Antiques Will Open Friday Final Rites for DePauw President GREBNCASTLE, Ind, (UPD— Dr. Russell J. Humbert, 57, presi dent of DePauw University, wa buried Tuesday at services al tended by more than 1,200 per sons. Humbert died Saturday a Traverse City, Mich., after h suffered a heart attack. College presidents, b u s i n e s leaders, and clergymen crowde into Gobin Memorial Methodis Church on DePauw's campus t pay final tribute to the educator Bishop Richard C. Raines, hea of the Indiana Methodist Church delivered the funeral sermon Dean Robert H. Farber, DePauw also eulogized Humbert. PREPARE ARMORY Logansport will be host to the ourth annual Antique Show and ale which will open Friday noon the armory at 912 South Cicotl t. The Jaycees and their wives ave been working at top speed to et everything in readiness lor ie beautiful displays of fine an- iques June 8, 9, and 10. THE JAYETTES will serve lea rom 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday. Con- ributions to the Crippled Children und may be made during the tea. "The' public knows how fasci- .ating the antique displays have )een in previous years and even iner displays are anticipated this year," said James Allan, arrangements chairman for the Jaycees, who are sponsoring the show again. The show will be from 12 noon until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday and from 12 noon until 6 p.m Sunday. The Salem church again will serve meals at all hours. EVERY SPACE in the armory will be filled with rare old glass, sisque, China, furniture, primi- Sonic Boom Corridor BUNKER HILL A1E FORCE BASE, Ind. (UPD—A 300-mile corridor from Nashville, Tenn., to Lafayette, Ind., was opened by the Air Force Tuesday for B-S Hustler bomber training runs. The supersonic flights, whiel are slated daily between noon and 8 p.m., will produce sonic booms Air Force spokesmen said th booms could be heard for 50 miles on either side of the flight path. The air lane passes almost directly over Jasper, Bloomfield, Greencastle and Crawfordsville, and Bussellville and Owensboro, Ky. - . Residents in Indianapolis, Evansville, Terre Haute and Louisville, Ky., may also hear -the booms under certain atmospheric conditions. : The flights were scheduled for testing following maintenance work done on the bombers. ves, jewelry, guns, coins, lamps, nd miscellaneous articles. The 27 dealers who will exhibit re: Thornhope Antiques, Oak; Mr. nd Mrs. Herman Alber, Dixon,. II,, House Of Antiques, Spring- ield 111.; Estella Strawser, Craw- ordsville; Amy Stafford, Frank- ort; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har- :er, Flora; House Of Lucretia Ann, Walton; Mar-Don Antiques, )ayton, Ohio; Karlev Antiques, 3enton Harbor, Mich., O'Dells An- iques, South Bend; Lawrence Cing, Monroe Center, 111., Briggs Antiques, Flora; Curtis Antiques, Irand Rapids, Mich., Tower An- iques,! Hamilton, Ohio; Sycamore {ill Antiques, Zionsville;. Lucy & ! Antiques, Monticello; Roarks Antiques, Hoopeston, 111., Hein- zelmans Antiques, Wolcott; Robert Costa, Wadsworth, Ohio, Van liner's Antiques, Kjrkwood, ,H1., )pal Sallee, Kokomo; Mr. and Vtrs. Clyde Auker, Logansport Udgards Numismatics, Logans)ort, Parkers Hobby Shop, L6- jansport, Homer Martin, Wai- rerton, Ruth D. Richardson, Rochester, Clara Davis, Danville III. Car-Bus Collision Causes Minor Loss Minor damage resulted when passenger car and a city bus col lided at the intersection of Miam Avenue and Madison Street 5:27 p.m. Tuesday. The sedan was driven by Mrs Mary Goldeh, 40, of 900 W/Miam Ave., and the bus was driven by Robert Shepard, 36, of 919 W Miami Ave. There were no injuries and n arrests. PLAN FAMILY NIGHT LUCERNE — Fa,mily Nigh will be observed! Sunday, Jun 10 at the Zion Methodist churc in Lucerne with a covered dis dinner starting at 6:30 p.m. . Special entertainment will fo low featuring recognition of fa thers and sons. AH members and their familie are urged to attend. Fathers an Rons who are not members of th church are invited to attend. 'eru Council OK's Cable TV Franchise PERU— The Peru City Council as recommended that the Peru oard of Works grant a franchise the Telesystem Services Corp., lenside, Pa., lor a cable tv sys- :m in Peru. Jack Comerford, president of le Council, read a resolution aking the recommendation after udying the brochures of the iree firms wishing to install such system in Peru. Comerford pinted out that the elesystem firm will pay three ercent of the gross earnings back the city, of Peru, THE MAXIMUM rates include n installation charge of $29.95, monthly service charge of $4.95, nstallation charge for a second TV set of $5, monthly service harge for second set of $2, con- ection charge for FM or stereo if $5 and no monthly charge for TM or stereo. The president of the Council taled that Peru resident do not ave to subscribe to the cable TV ervice and also that the service vill not interfere with the TV eeeption of residents who have heir own television antennas. He Iso added that the Telesystem irm is not to engage in pay TV. THE CITY OF PERU will receive about $9,100 a year from he corporation. This would . be 15,000 from the three percent jross receipts, $1^600 in taxes for he lines installed in the city and i2,500 for pole rental .to the Peru Jtilities. The resolution , states that the franchise for the TV cable sys- ;em will be for 25 years and if ;he service is unsatisfactory, the city can cancel its franchise at any time. The firm is to construct, the cable TV system in the city with jn.six ihonths 'after it signs the role rental agreement and the Peru Utilities Board, and the local tndiana Bell Telephone Company, The company will also use some •elephone poles in their opera> lions. COMERFORD. STATED tha purpose of the cable TV system was to provide more and better TV reception for the residents o Peru. Also, the city will receive the extra revenue from the com pany. A representative of the .Termk Electronics Corp., whicli had also requested the cable TV franchisi in Peru, asked the council to' lop] at its proposals before making: it: decision. The Jerrold firm originally slal ed that its installation fee woult be ?50 per- customer^- It statec Monday evening that the fe would now be $18^50. The council voted un'animouslj the resolution for the Telesystem firm. Thieves Strike Again at Quarry Theft of $20 in cash and two class rings was reported to the Cass county sheriff's office Tuesday by Robert Shaw, of rural route 1, Logansport. Shaw told.police he was swimming at Kenneth with Ronald Wood, of 204 Seybold St., and said the money and rings had been taken from the pocket of his trousers which he left in his automobile. The theft occurred sometime be^ tween 2 and 4 p.m. Tuesday, Shaw said 750 HOMERS IN COLISEUM LOS ANGELES (UPI)-A total of 750 home runs were hit in the Los Angeles Coliseum during the >ur years it was occupied by the lodgers. Ft. Wayne Strikers Go Back to Work FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI)-Tlv 235 striking members of Local 137 American Federation of Technica Engineers, returned to their job today at the International Harvcs ter Co. plant here. They had bee: on strike since April 9. The union members voted ovei whelmingly to return and accep •a settlement worked out in nego tiations at Chicago last weekenc The settlement included hourl pay raises from 8 to 12 cents fo certain job classification r?troac tive to last Oct. 2. The new contract also changec job descriptions . and resolvet grievances that were pending Union officials said the raise wa over and above the annual provement factor in the cost o living increase. • Wednesday Evening, June 6, 1SI62. Helm Street Church Sets Bible School The annual vacation Bible School of the Helm Street Church f God will begin Thursday and conlinue through June 15. Classes will be held each day Tom 9 to 11 a.m. for children Tom age three through the ninth grade. There will be Bible study, singing, hand crafts and fun time or all classes. A program will be given by he children next Thursday followed by an exhibit of handicrafts and work and a fellowship tea. A picnic will be held Friday. Rev. Chester L. Riley is pastor at the church and Mrs. Opal Lehnus is director of the Bible School program. DELPHI— Webb Chapel, Shiloh Bible School Set Vacation Bible School will be held for Webb Chapel and- Shiloh churches from June 11 through June 15 at the Shiloh Christian church. Sessions will be held from 1:30 p.m. until 4 p.m. each day. The school will be. for childi ages three through fourteen. The school will be in charge of Mrs. Gladys Nice and Mrs. Charlotte Ide will have charge of the Resume Hearing INDIANAPOLIS ('UPI)-A hear ing before the Indiana Insurance Commission' on the case of a Bed ford agency is scheduled to be resumed Friday. The hearing opened Tuesda; and was recessed.after eight wit nesses appeared. • ' The Walls and Walls Insurance Agency of Bedford was charge< with failure to pay back premium due fire and casually firms witl which it wrote poiieies. Womari'sCluib Plans Annual Dinner Meet DELPHI—The Delphi Woman's Club will hold ils 43rd anniversary luncheon in the social rooms of the Delphi Pteshyterian chuivh on Friday, Junm 22 at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert 'i'anNatta is chairman of the ho'less commitlt'e. Church Camp Ned Delaney is at Camp Pyooa, a Presbyterian Youth camp, for a week. He 1<>: : I. Sunday and is attending a conference there (his week. Some 16 junior and senior high .students from (he • church have registered for summer camps at Pyopii and Camp Kosciusko. Ned will spend Ihe rest of (he sumiri'Sr assisting his grandfather, L. M. Plelchrr in the Fletcher Hardware Store here. Morris Buck, speech instructor in the Delphi, high school, has gone to Camp Pyoca at Brownstown, where h(: is a sem'or conference counslnr.. Blond Drive Only 59 pint? of blood wore received at. Caiildcn and Do'.phi Monday when - (he Red Cross bloodmobile visiied Carroll county. The quota nsked was for 125 pints. Offers Mass Father David Clifford, recently ordained a priijst and celebrated lis first mass i c, St. Joseph's Calh- 'lis church bare a week ago iunday, held i\ special, mass at. St. Joseph's • hospital in Logans>ort last Wednesday for Mrs. tarry Haugh, Mrs. Mary Pierce and Mrs. Grace Daily, members of St. Joseph's church here, who are now in St. Joseph's hospital n Logansport. Mrs. Haugli. a charter member of the Delphi Voman's Club will celebrate her 90lh birthday on August 15. Slie s the mother of Jerre, Richard and Robert Haugh, Delphi na- :ives. Father David Clifford and his mother, Mrs, Hubert Clifford drove to Saginaw, Michigan, to ye with Father Davey, a classmate of Fathc:; Clifford, who was celebrating hi a first mass in the Catholic church at Saginaw Sunday -and where Father Clifford served as a deacon. Personals Mrs. CharUs Raber of Delphi, route 3, entertained the Delphi Reading Club at a party Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. T. Amick presided over a short business session after which Mrs. Marion Moyer gave a most interesting paper of "Soulh By Thunderbird" by Prof Hudson Strode. She spoke of his trip to South America where he made short hops to several countries,'. There were eight members present for the party. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Paul Crundwell and Mrs, Raber will present the program at that time. Mrs. John Kirkpalrick of Delphi attended commencement exercises at Ccnncrsville when her nephew, Randy Maxwell, son of Mr. and Mrt. Thayer Maxwell, was graduated. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradshaw of Klmwood Gardens, accompanied tfceir daughter, Georgiana to New York City. YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! Please insert this Want Ad for ____ ..... .days. I prefer to start my Want Ad on .......... Write your ad in the spaces below. If you want your name and address included in the ad, WRITE THEM IN ALSO. Write only one word to a space. Please print. Words (10 Words Minimum) 10 15 20 25 Figure Your Own Cost 10 Words—1 Time —$1.00 10 Words—3 Times— 1.90 10 Words—6 Times— 2.40 15 Words—3 Times— 2.85 15 Words—6 Times— 3.60 TAKE 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH WITH ORDER ON ALL CLASSIFIED ADS Clip and Mail to Classified Department, Pharos-Tribune and Press Your Name ...Your Address.........

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