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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 15, 1962
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Friday Evening, June 15, 1962. WalterS. Lilliard Succumbs In Peru; 3rd Traffic Death PERU — Walter S. Lilliard, 72, of 185 East Sixth St., died at Dukes hospital at 12:30 p.m. .Thursday. He was a well-known Peru businessman. He had been a patient .in the hospital since May 24 when he suffered cuts, bruises and shock in a two-car accident at Fifth and Tippecanoe streets. He became Miami county's third traffic fatality for the year and the city's first. He and his wife. Antoinette, 67, were injured when a car driven by Gordon Constable, 19, of 362 East Sixth St., struck the side of their car. Mrs. Lilliard is still in the hospital and listed in fair condition. He operated the W. S. Lilliard Plumbing, Heating and Piping Co. for many years. Friends may call at the Brook man funeral home in Peru. NOTICE OF SAM) OF RESIDENCE BUILDINGS 'Che undersigned Consolidated School Board oc the Logansport Community School Corporation will. In accordance with the specifications on file hi the office of Mr. Carl Zimmerman. Superintendent, receive sealed bids at the Board Offices at 6HO Kast Broadway, IjOg'ansport, Indiana, until the hour ot 7:30 P.M. CDT on the 25th clay of June, 1362, for the following- buildingsi located In the City of Losans- port, to-wlt: 1. The grocery store building at 1300 No. Third Street. 2. The residence dwelling at 1302 No. Third Street. ». The residence dwelling- at 1306 No. Third Street. 4. The residence dwelling at 1B12 No. Third Street. 6. The residence dwelling at 1.116 No. Third Street. 5. The residence dwelling at 1322 No. Third Street. 7. The residence dwelling at 1326 No. Thira Street. S. The residence dwelling- at 1328 No. Third Street. All bids shall be submitted In accordance with the above specifications, and separate bids may bn submitted for any Karag-e or outbuilding. All bids shall specify that the above structures -will be removed from the property o£ the school corporation and all foundations removed In accordance with the said specifications within sixty days from the date of sale. The above buildings will be sold to the highest bidder therefor and -the Board reserves the right to reject- any and all bids. Performance bonds as required by said specifications to guarantee the removal of such buildings In accordance with such iipecifica- tions, will be required of all successful bidders. Anyone- desiring further information in i-eg-ard to such bids may contact the superintendent Bated this 5Lh flay or .7une, or any member of the Board. 1962. CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL BOARD LOGA.NSPOBT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION DONALD D. O'NEILL, PRESIDENT DONALD SPEITBL, SECRETARY S. E. HARRIS, TREASURER RONALD BARNES, MEMBER HOWARD TOILER, MEMBER S-1 PERU— Milk Supply Given Rating PERU—Peru's milk supply received a rating of 90 per cent or above by the State Board of Health for the tenth consecutive year. This is considered an excellent rating according to Earl Van Baalen, Peru's certified milk sanitarian. The ratings on milk and enforcement methods was given to the city by Wilbur Stevens, Indianapolis, state rating inspector in a recent survey, according to Van Baalen. The raw milk rating from the nine favms supplying Peru was 92 per cent. The sanitation rating of milk and milk products was 94 per cent, the average of the two previous amounts. Van Baalen attributed the city's excellent rating to the close cooperation by the Peru Board of Health; the farmers and dairymen. Swim Meet Bunker Hill Air Force Base Jaycees and the Peru YMCA will co-host Junior Olympics short course swim meet Saturday and Sunday, June 16-17. The meet will be held at the Bunker Hill Air Force Base pool. This is an AAU sanctioned meet for Hoosier swimmers up to the age of 16. Eighteen teams have been entered from all over the state with 447 swimmers to parti cipale. Teams included in the area are the Peru and Kokomo YMCA and Wabash Honeywell Pool. The event will get underway at 10 a.m. Saturday and will continue through Sunday afternoon. The. team trophy will be awarded about 5 p.m. Sunday. The meeting is open lo all spectators free of charge. The Peru YMCA team has 24 swimmers participating including Mary Ann Richter, 16, who won a state championship and 13-year- old Jeff Rendal, who won second place in the National YMCA event held at Bloomington. MONTI CELLO Set Farm Bureau Picnic June 17 SCHEICKER AT BANQUET GARY, Ind. (UPD—The annual awards dinner of the Gary Chamber Of Commerce will be highlighted this year by the presence of former Gov. Henry E. Schricker. The newest antiseptic facial cleanser is an amber gelatin in a tube. The manufacturer reports it also helps to heal burns, relieve akin itching and irritations and soothes insect bites. MONTICELLO — The annual White County Farm Bureau picnic will be held on Sunday, June 17 at 1 p.m. at the 4-H building in Reynolds. All attending are asked to bring well-filled baskets and table _ service. An amateur contest will be held in the afternoon. Important business took place at a recent meeting of the White County Commissioners. Harwood Pontiac, on their bid of $1,500, will furnish a sheriff's car for the county. The only other bid was Wiseman Ford Sales, at $1,543.22.• Sixbeys, Inc., as the only bidder, will supply groceries for the Lake View Home. An agreement was signed with engineer Dwight Schlegmilch on three bridges. A petition for establishing ' a road, which the county would take over in the Gingrich Addition on Lake Freeman, in Union Township, was tabled until all necessary work is completed. A contract was signed with Hornback Construction, Inc. for each of the bridges now under construction. Floyd 0. Hall was given permission to put a sewer along the side of Beach Drive in Monticello and then to put the road back in its present condition. Hornback Construction, Inc. will replace the sidewalk on the north side of the courthouse at a cost of $750. Wayne D. North, of Brookston, and Paul Gutwein of Monon were hired by the county highway department. Roger Lawrie and David Hornick are being sent by the Monticello American Legion Post No. 81 as delegates to the annual Hoosier Boys' State to be held on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington June 16 through June 23rd. Miss Lola Ann Wilson and William H. McElheny were united in marriage in a double ring, candlelight ceremony Saturday, June 9th, at 6:30 p.m. in the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church of Monticello. The Reverend Wallace I. McDonlad officiated. Ralph William Byroads was picked up by Deputy Sheriff Herbert Clear and State Trooper Earl Keller Thursday morning. Byroads had been reported as AWOL from the Army. James Arthur Patrick, 19, of route 1, Chalmers was arrested for disobeying a stop sign by 1963 CLUB NOW OPEN Chief Deputy Sheriff LeEoy A. Farney after an accident about 3 p.m. Wednesday four miles east and three miles south of Wokott. Patrick, headed north on' i the county,gravel road in a 1851 two- door model owned by Clifford Denim of Heynolds, apparently failed to stop at the county blacktop as he attempted to turn west, collided with a 1959 two-door model driven by Ulric Henry Henrichs, 59, of Demotte. Henrichs was going in a westerly direction, and could not stop in time to avoid the collision. Damage was estimated at $200 to the Denim auto, and $350 to the Henrich auto. Patrich will appear in Maurice P. Zerface's Justice of the Peace Court. Moiiticello Police Chief and Sgt. Ernest E. Crane investigated a minor accident Thursday morning, in which Joan Seharf of 420 West Harrison Street backed oul of her drive-way and .bumped a car belonging to Kenneth Cochran of rural route 2, Monticello. Damage of $100 was estimated to the Cochran vehicle, and none to the Seharf auto. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lackner anc Miss Medi Koehler will be driven to New York City by Mrs. Albeit Koehler, where they wil board 'a jet plane at Idlewilc Airport for Europe. Miss Koehler who at present is a junior a Marquette University in Milwau cee, Wisconsin, will study ai 'nsbruck, Austria, during th< summer term. Her grandparents :he Lackners, will visit their 'ormer home in Germany, anc other points of interest. The Lackners were married in Haag, Germany, and came to America in 1S13. They plan to return August 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Lackner were en ;ertained in the home of the Al sert Koehlers on May 12th, at buffet supper, marking their 50th wedding anniversary. COURT NOTES Frederick Koekenburg, charges with failure to provide, was re leased on $11)00 bond. The court suit of Gladys 0 Phebus vs. Dale Phebus wa stricken from the docket by th court. Suits filed by Sally Louisi Morris vs. Richard J. Norris anc Commercial Credit Corporator vs. Ralph A. Mangus, was dis missed by the court upon motioi of the plaintiffs. Costs wer charged to the plaintiffs. John Guy was appointed deputj prosecuting attorney. Thieves Break Into Monticello Cafe MONTICELLO - Thieves tool a safe and rifled vending ma chines at the Anglers' restauran early Thursday morning, making off with an undetermined amoun of money. The break-in was discovered bj an employe, George Brassfielc Entrance was made by pryin, open a door. About $6 was stolen from th Clark and Moore Packing Co. o State Road 39. The theft was dis covered by a bread delivery ma about 5:30 a.m. Thursday. Join The National Bank's VACATION CLUB Logansport, Indians, Pharos-Tribune Seven Basif J. Timmons, Logansport, Dies Basil James Tiinraons, 51, rural route 6, died at 2:45 p.m. Thursday at Memorial hospital after a lengthy, illness. The son of Charles E. and Myrtle James Timmons, he was born Sept. 27, 1909, in Carroll county. A veteran of World War H, he was a member of the Brethren church. He was employed by the Rockwell Standard Corp. as a shipping clerk. Survivors are the widow, Marilyn; his mother, 81<% State. St.; one brother, Palmer, Kokomo; four sisters: Mrs. LaVonne Nickels, rural route 1, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Leva' Allen, Mrs. Wilma Kite, Mrs. Lucille Davis, all of Logansport; six sons: Bobby Joe, Jimmy Lee, Randy, Rodney, all at home; Basil Gene, rural route 1, Lucerne; Dewayne, Logansport; one daughter, Mrs. Shirley Rose, Wabash. Mends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. should continue as it is. He conceded that this country still is not first in space as compared with Russia, but he saw a major American effort producing "im portant results in the coming months and years." PHONE CALL—After leaving the news conference Thursday to answer a telephone call, White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger returns to relay the message to President Kennedy. It is not known who the call was from, nor what it concerned. (DPI) President Seeks Backing In Crises Read the Wont Ads! Richard Bolinger Dies At Kokomo Richard ; Bolinger, 34, rural route «, Logansport, died at 6:17 p.m. Thursday at the Howard county Community hospital in Kokomo after a lingering illness. Born June 20, 1927, in White county, he was the son of Roy J. and Florine Gard Bolinger. He married Marilyn Martin on May 12, 1958. He was a member of the Lake Cicott Methodist church. Survivors are the widow; the parents, rural route 6, Logansport; three brothers: Steve, La Porte; Raymond, Lake Cicott; A. L., rural riiule 6, Logansport; four sisters: Mrs. Thelma Roller, Logansport; Maryetta Brummett, Burneltseville; Mrs. Margaret Ennis, I-ogansport; Mrs. Pat Nethercutt, Lucerne. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Fisher funeral home with Rev. Raymond Skelton officiating. Burial will be in Davis cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. PASS TV BILL WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Senate Thursday passed a ME that would require manufacturers to equip all television sets to receive 82 channels. The bill, which would force addition of the 70 ultra high frequency channels to the regular 12 very high frequency ones, goes back to the House for action on minor Senate changes. THE Vacation Camera WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Kennedy is trying to arrange a trial separation of politics from the domestic economy, at least until the 1964 national election. He feels' that partisan altitudes of Republican • businessmen are beclouding current economic issues. He does not believe the GOP should approach the administration farm bill as a parly matter. 'I think that we have a right," he told a news conference Thursday, "to expect that on these matters of great national import, at- least we will receive some help from across the aisle." "Across the aisle" is a .congressional term denoting the fact that Democrats sit on one side, Republicans on the other in the House and Senate. The Presi- dent's' application , was broader than Congress, however. Businessmen, for example. The President told reporters "most businessmen are Republicans" and undoubtedly would be happier if there were a Republican in the White House today. But, he added, "The economic problems, would still be there." Argue Politics In 1961 "The presidential race, isn't until 1984 and that time, it would seem to me, (would) be the appropriate tim e to argue politics," he said. "Right now it would seem to me that -we should be concerning ourselves with the real problems -of our country." Other highlights of the confer- ence: —He threw his weight against a strike threatened by the flight engineers against three major airlines, criticizing the union for laving "failed to cooperate" with extensive mediation efforts. He urged the engineers to reconsider :heir rejection of arbitration. —He dismissed a claim by Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khruslv ihev that the United States through its nuclear testing was preparing a "surprise attack" against Russia. The President said international tension could be reduced only by "goodwill on both sides." —This government is studying India's apparent intention to buy advanced jet fighters from Russia. Deplores Aid Ban —He deplored Senate action (o bar most U.S. -foreign aid to Yugoslavia and Poland, saying this was a tremendous propaganda gift to the Kremlin. —He feared U.S. withdrawal from such sections of Southeasl Asia as Viet Nam and Thailand might result in the collapse ol the entire area. Kennedy acknowledged the difficulty of stabilizing conditions in Southeasi Asia, but said he thought the announced plan to form a nationa government in Laos was a step toward improvement. —The current alignment of re sponsibilily for the space pro gram between the military am the- National Aeronautics ant Space Admiristralion (NASA mokes your lens settings automatically BROWNIE StaamatlcII OUTFIT Featuring new-model electric-eye camera! Deluxe, new Brownie $tarmaft'a H Camera in 'complete gift outfit. Camera has electric eye for Qutomatic shooting . . . adjustable shutter for extra range. 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