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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 49

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 3, 1957
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3,1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-ONE Two Peru Stores Not To Be Cof/ed To Testify At Senate /iivesf igaf ion PERU—A senate investigator disclosed that two Peru furniture companies .would probably not be called on to testify in the Senate investigation of Shefferman's Labor Relations Associations. The investigator, one of 30 work' ing for the Senate investigating committee reported that the Peru companies, the Hauske-Harkn and Lee Furniture are two of over 200 in the United. States which have purchased personnel service from the Shefferman firm. The Senate Committee on Improper--Labor-Management ' Activities is investigating the Chicago firm for unfairly preventing em- ployes of companies from organizing unions.' The senate investigators said that they were only calling" on companies which best reveal the.pat- tern of dealings of the Shefferman company. According to the Senate report, Hausske-Harlen Company hired the Chicago firm in January, 195G, with the charges being almost negligible. The Lee Furniture company paid the Shefferman firm for services in 1953/1955 and 1956. Montkello MONTIOELLO—The citizens and parents of Idaville were well pleased wi''h the. activities of the children in the community during the Halloween season. The children all had fun in masking and going .to each house-trick or treating with everyone in the community cooperating. No .destruction to property reported all during the month of October. The Idaville Junior class sponsored a "king and queen" contest at the Maville school carnival Saturday night,-,- ^ovemter 2. Frank Pi chert, class reporter announced a list of donations would 2:30 o'clock in the West Washington Methodist church in Indianapolis. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Boughton, 3661 Cossell Road, Indianapolis' and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ross "of Monticello. W'hi*e County Memorial Hospital news—Dismissals, Dellroe M. Piatt, Reynolds, transferred, to the St. Elizabeth hospital; in Lafayette. Mrs. James Spees, route 6, Monticello; Mrs. Lola C. Thomas, Monticello Nursing Home. Mrs. Lawrence J. Linville of route 5, was * f aken to the 'Home hospital at Lafayette Thursday afternoon in the Miller ambulance. Pvt. Donna' M; Coffin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Coffin, of Reynolds, will report November 10, to Cherry Point, N. C. for administrative, du'ies, following a short leave home. Mrs. Esther 'Cochran of Verona, New Jersey, sister of v Charles. W. Teeter .arrived here,' called by the death of her. sisterTin;law, 'Mrs. Teeter, and will • remain for a weekend stay at the Teeter home and, with o'her relatives. At the homecoming celebration at- the Monticello football game Friday night, Beverly Bowsh'er was crowned homecoming queen. In her court were Judy. Ariott, Nancy Ricker, Marsha" 'Chapin and Leslie Miller.' DeWi DELPHI — Raymond Abbott plead guilty to charges of conversion jn City court Friday morning and was fined $10 and costs by Mayor Roy Clauser: The Sheriff's department investigated an automobile accident on U.S. 421 south of Delphi near the Harry Maxwell residence Thursday evening. A-1957 model driven by John Montgomery, 26, of Lebanon, was demolished when it struck a wagon of corn pulled by a tractor and a mounted corn picker. The tractor operated by Paul Stephen was making a left hand turn off the highway when Chrysler struck kthe wagon. Law enforcement officers found much less vandalism here Thurs- be given the winning king andj day n}ght and much credit is g iv _ en the Delphi Chamber of Commerce which staged a gigantic parade of, some 250 goblins, among the nine- categories in queen. Contestants-for King and Queen were Seniors, Helen Stover, Dick Billing; Juniors, Karen Russow, Eddie Geisler; Sophomores, Linda Musall,,; Dick Go.sgray;j^^ Tfrstr'second Tnd ,-Freshmen, Bonnie- Friday, ,Bobby . iy However there /^««Mn.-*or.. Qf^ rm*nAs* Tn?snA Mar-. "- , .. • . ,-1 .. wers some bonfires set on the West Side. County Auditor Hoy Musselman has received a check for $76,299.79 from the State Auditor as Carroll County's share of the third quarterly gasoline tax. The money Carquess; 8th grade, vin, Gerald Cartmell; 7th grade, Marlene Marquess, Tommy Lontz. Local hunters -back from t'neir annual trek to South Daikota on a pheasant hunting trip. All had good luck and brought home their limit. , South Da, George R. Station..Joe'Cottrell. E, J. Rhoda, Dean Cot'rell, Nick Bozidk/Andy Andrews, Glenn H. Slenker, Wilbur Voigt and Lawrence/Cramer. Howard Haker, Russ Hormaok and Ike Mcore, who made the trip by air in Howard's ^plane stayed at Huron South Dakota.. The . two groups, 20 miles apart, would meet for their hunting expeditions. Suzy Dyer, of 514 West Harrison, as vice-president of the northwest district of the Fu'ure Homemakers of America, assisted with the preparation of the work packet now being mailed to the 171 chapters of FHA f hroughout the -state, Miss Jane Boughton, of Indana-' polis will become the bride ;of R. Douglas Ross ' November 24th at 'way department. The amount exceeds the amount of $52,025.35 received at the same time last year. _ -./' -". Alta Ward'has been granted a divorce from Marvin, B. Ward. Bishop and Bishop were her attorneys and Prosecutor Watson McCormick appeared for the State.'of'Indiana... Linda L. Nape has filed suit for divorce from Jack Lee Nape in Carroll Circuit Court. She charges cruel and inhuman treatment, 'asks : -$1,000 .alimony and HELPING HANDS—-These helpful neighbors paused a few minutes to have a picture taken. They were in the process of painting the interior of the house at 841 Wheatland avenue which is the future home of Mrs. Sara Ann Trinca, -whose husband, Vincent, died in an auto accident Sept.. 4,-at Terre Haute. .'-'.' . • Need Law To Protect The Unions By G. MILTON KELLY The couple had originally owned the home and sold it when they moved to Terre Haute in September, 1954. He attended the State Teachers College there. Mrs. Trinca re-purchased the home| and plans to move in -Monday. .She has four children, Sara Lynn, 5, Phyllis Maria, 4, Vincent among other things, a ban on la- Michael, 2,- and Anthony Charles, 1. Pictured above are Ray and Betty Thatcher, Tom and Elizabeth Smith, Paul Umbarger, Don employers who McClellan refused to name in advance. Robert F. Kennedy, the committee counsel, told newsmen in McClellan's presence that he has subpoenaed eight or nine witnesses and "I expect some of them will tell the truth;" A key witness, Kennedy said, will be George Kamenow of Detroit, who was Shefferman's top WASHINGTON MV-Sen. Model-'•' Michigan agent for a period of Ian (D-Ark) said Saturday the Senate rackets investigation has shown a need for tougher laws to punish union busting tactics by employers -and their agents. McClellan heads the special Senate committee now deep in an investigation of alleged antiunion deals between Nathan W. Shefferman of Chicago and a variety of'were killed and five others criti- employers. • '.cally injured Saturday in a three: The 'senator told newsmen the j car crash on the Calumet Express- testimony has shown up antiunion!way in suburban Dolton. practices that- "certainly are to! Police identified the dead as be condemned" but which, under ( William McKee, 41, and his wife, the Taft-Hartley labor law as it,Rita, of Indianapolis, and Mc- now, stands, involve no criminaliKee's sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary L. penalties. ' I Sullivan, 65, of Chicago.' Mostly, the Taft-Hartley law al-j The McKee's two children, Joan, lows the National Labor Relations 15, and Robert 11, were critically Board",to order employers and,injured as were three Chicagoans their agents to stop unfair labor}who were passengers in a second prac'tices, but provides no fines or i car. K.T 3 ^-? 6 , 30 ' 5 ^? 1561 ^- 1 Sgt. Fred Molir of ' the Doltcn McClellan said he would favor, police gave this account . 3 Killed in Freeway Crash CHICAGO W) — Three persons Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Savini, 315 Fifteenth, a daughter. Admitted: Miss Emma Mander, route 3; Mrs. Henrietta Frye, Camden; Mrs. Pearl Spencer, 1811 Grant; James Cooper, Flora; Mrs. Mae Barnett, 1006 Michigan; Mrs. Helen Tritt, 706 Sunset; Master Michael Fox, 711 High; Mrs. Martha Seward, Lucerne. ,bor contracts negotiated between national or international officials ST. JOSEPH'S Born to Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Smith, Royal Center, a ,son. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reute- buch, Kewanna, are parents of a daughter.. Mr., and Mrs. Eldon Howard, route 2, Walton, are parents of »»son. Admitted: Jay Maggart, 1630 Douglass. Dismissed: John Hardin, 209 Thirteenth; Mrs. Mary Crabb, 1101 Wheatland; Victor Clements, routa 1, Lucerne. Berkshire, Mrs. -Joan Sheplar, Willard Hyman and Mrs. Clara Gagliano. (Staff Photo) formerly of Logansport v/on 1st and third prizes respectively on their Gypsy and Indian costumes at ' the Brookston Halloween party and parade staged there Thursday night, David Goyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goyer will appear on the Curley Myers show over WFBM T.V. between 9'and 10 p.m; Wednesday night, Nov. 6. He will play an accordion solo. Bill Roach son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roach of Delphi and Richard Funkhouser, son of Lewis Funkhouser. of Rockfieltf left Saturday for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., for active duty with the U.S. Army under the Army's reserve forces training. Lt. Col. Wayne- Rhodes, director of the State Selective Service system will attend the first meeting, of the newly organized Carroll County Selective Service Board Tuesday night, Nov. 5. Jack Grimm, president of the board will call upon Col. Rhodes to explain all the acts' which caused the resignation of four members of the previous board. Word has been received here of the d^ath of Stella Brookbank Meyer . of Wheaton, III., on October 29. She was "the wife of John Meyer and a former Delphi resident. Rites 7 and burial were held at. Wheaton. Mr. and Mrs. William Spry left Tuesday for their winter home at Punta Goda, Fla. -Toni Polits .entered -the Mayo, clinic last week. She- was accompanied to Rochester, Minn,, by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. William Politz. .'•... Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Melin.have STUDEBAKER Final rites for William Studebaker, 55, of route 4, Logansport •will be conducted at M a.m. Tuesday at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home with Reverend M. 'L, Robinson, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. ANDREWS Services for James Andrews, 65, of route 3, wiE be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Chase- Miller funeral .home. Rev. Harry Hashberger will be in charge and burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. ROHLOF Final rites will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Chase-Miller chapel for Mrs. Jennie C. Rohlof, 78. of 402 Henry. Rev. M. L. Robinson will 'officiate and burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Golden Chain Circle of Kings Daughters will hold ritualistic services at 7 p.m. Sunday .followed at 7:30 p.m. with rites by the Eagles Boosters club. COTNER Last rites for Mrs. Rose Ella Cotner, ~85, of 615 Shultz, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the McCIo'Sbeiy - Hamilton Funeral Home. Rev. Wilbur Wilson and Rev. W .E. 'Clark will officiate. Burial will be in" Mt. Hope cemetery. care for her and har unborn child. Bishop.and Bishop are her 'attorneys. ' Miranda and Betsy Finnegan, Highlights of entire 15 week crusade. Featuring...Billy Graham Team (Cliff Barrows, George Beverly Shea, Tedd Smith, 'and Paul MicXelson). 3,000 V0'6e choir...Jinx Falkenburg and Tex McCrary, Known as "Mr. and Mrs. New York." Unparalleled coverage of the greatest single effort in the history of evangelism A World Wide Prcfursi Production nr'S DIFfERENT! IT'S SOUL SHAKING! H brings ihe life and vigor of Billy Graham's message and history-malci'ng crusade fo your community. ROYAL CENTER HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM K Sunday, November 10th, 7:30 p. m. Auspices R. C. Ministerial Ass'n. Free Will Offermg NOTICE! Due To The Death Of WILLIAM T. STUDEBAKER the scheduled re-opening of THE LOGAN THEATRE Has Been Postponed Until Further Notice .ya., where they visited their nephew, Bill Anderson and farrf- ily,. BOOKMOBILE ROUTE The Cass county - Bookmobile route for-this week has been announced and follows:' Tuesday: Galveslon, grade school, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Lucerne school, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; Lucerne town, 2:30 to 3 p.m.; Thursday, New Waverly school, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; New Waverly town, 2 to'2:30 p.m. Birton foreman. Of Near Peru, Succumbs PERU—Final rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the McCain funeral home for Birton L. Foreman, 83, route 3, Peru, who died at his residence at 1:10 a.m. Saturday after • a two-day illness. Rev. C. F. Golden will officiate and burial will be in the Chili cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 2 .p.m. Sunday. A retired carpenter, he had been a resident of ,the Cordier vicinity OXY Today, Monday 4n ALLIANCE Thea* 2 Features - 3 Cartoons Open Daily 1 p.m. 2-FJRST RUN EARJTH GH>!«.LBRIS~2 NATURE GOES MAD! HORROR BLACKENS SKY AND SCREEN! Kathryn Gran Wm. Leslie You coulont take your eyes That's why I'm here." NOW! THRU'TUESDAY The startling story behind the girj they called Goddess of the Jazz Age. War Drums LEX BARKER INN BLVTH PAUL NEWMAN RICHSRO CARLSON and companies without consulting iwabash, j n d. A car driven by Arthur Smith, 34, Chicago, rammed the rear of'l an auto driven by Rust F. Gary of TO APPEAR PERU—Bettie J. Spencer, 23, of Logansport, is scheduled to appear in Mabel Personett's Justice of Peace court on November 9th to answer a charge of speeding. for the past 24 years, coming from Peru. The son of James S. and Charlotte (Clawson) Foreman, he was; born in Fountain county, on,Sept.' 26, 1874. He married Armdnda McKinzie at -Williamsport, Ind., on June 13, 1897, and she survives. Also surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Bertha Keeport, Mount Morris, -Mich.; five sons, Frederick, Ny'ona Lake, and James, Arthur, Willard and Robert, all of Peru; six grandchildren, two great grandchildren, and'one sister, Mrs. Delia Hawkins, Attica. One son, Asa, two brothers, and one sister preceded him in death. the employees. "A contract should not be negotiated for a union local without the consent of the members of the local," he said. "If it is not prohibited, it Should be." -McClellan said he will ask the committee, after winding up next week its hearings on alleged management misdeeds, to consider askiiig the Justice Department to determine- whether any witnesses have committed perjury. He said this ; is the committee's general practice where there are conflicts in. testimony. ' The committee plans .to devote Monday, when it resumes hearings to exploring operations by She!- MustChcmge Institutions With Times BLOOMINGTO-N, Ind. UP) — Earl Warren, chief-justice of the United States, said Saturday the greatest problem today is that of. adapting our democratic institutions to precedent-shattering changes of this age. Warren, who spoke at the dedication of Indiana University's new law school building; said the adaptation to the changes must come without, disturbing the basic fundamentals of a fre e society. "To a very large extent," he said, "this adaptation falls upon the legal institutions of our nation, for it is there that the .framework of business and society should be equated with the constitutional safeguards of our government." Warren urged Indiana to educate its students in "The needs of a free, democratic society. "The law school of today carries an important responsibility for leadership, not only in the training of lawyers, but in the actual development of the operation of our democratic system," he said. ." "It is through this leadership that scientific knowledge can be fully employed in a free society for the advancement of the dignity and well-being of all mankind." Sherman Minton of Now Albany, a retired Supreme Court justice, introduced Warren, who received an -honorary doctor of laws degree. Degrees also were conferred on Herman C. Krannert and' Kurt Pantzer, Indianapolis lawyers: I,U, officials 'disclosed plans for an annual $500 law scholarship in honor of the late- Alfred Evans, a member of the law faculty from 1928 until his death in 1949, Evans practiced law in Bloomington, Indianapolis and Lafayette and for a time .was with the. Frankfort General' Insurance Co. He was a native of Greencastle. VARICOSE VEINS The Smith car then jumped the | center line and smashed head-on into McKee's auto. Gary was not injured. Smith was jailed on reckless homicide and drunken driving charges. Smith and his three passengers are Negroes. ICE MELTERS • Microscopis forms of sea life coat the underside of bay and ocean ice i na dark-brown layer like peanut butter during Ant- artica's summer. The heat of sunlight filtering through from above is soaked up by this plank- ferman and his network of agents ton layer, melting the ice faster in plants of some. Flint, Mich., from the bottom than on top. we recommend BAUER & BLACK ELASTIC STOCKINGS '», Practically invisible under • regular hose. !« Authentic fashioning, 2-vfcg} stretch. :• Light, cool, comfortable 'Oil LENGTH, OR KNEE HOSE / fOR MEN AND WOMfH $M;95 to $16.95 BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth Karl Guyer, formerly Of Peru, Passes Away At Hollywood, Illinois PERU—Word has been received of the death of KarLM. Guyer, 58, of Hollywood, El., formerly of'Mi- ami county. ' . The deceased lived his childhood in Denver where -his father was principal of the .school. His parents were Scott and Rose (Mikesell) Guyer. He is, survived by the widow, Sara; two daughters and three brothers. Mrs. John Mitchener and Miss Zora' Guyer, of Peru, are cousins of the; deceased.' Services were conducted at Hollywood Saturday afternoon. ' Car fire Damages Motor Yesterday AtCkott,V/abash Engine of a car owned.by BiU Chapman, route 3, city, was damaged by fire yesterday at 12:12 p.m. • ' • City firemen extinguished the blaze, believed caused by short in wiring, at Cicott and West Wabash. City fire-men, applied first aid yesterday afternoon to Cathann Swisher, 517.'West Market! street, when she was stunned after falling from a railing at home, firemen said, •--..-- with Automatic Fabric Control NOW at ONE low combination price 2-cycfe dryer— each with heat or air • Normal cycle <w • Giant 20-pound capacity Amazing new Automatic Fabric Control takes all the doubt out of washday! On the washer, it automatically selects the right washing cycle, water temperature^ washing time. On the dryer, it gives you the right cycle, time, heat and finish. No guesswork- ever _no costly mistakes-! See th» washer and dryer that think for themselves-the new RCA WHIRLPOOL Imperial pair, in white porcelain enamel or color at no extra cost. 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