Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 5, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 5, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Flu Deaths in Four States Show Increase 550 Succumbs to Influenza; 91 in New York State The By UNITED PRESS nation's fatality toll from flu and its complications neared the 550 mark today in 'the wak6 of sharp increases in deaths reported by four states. However, no new flu epidemics were reported an'd most major outbreaks appeared to 'be on the decline. The United Press counted a total of 546 deaths from flu and its' after effects since the first appearance of the Asian flu strain in the United States last summer. Pennsylvania. Authorities in Connecticut said the major flu outbreak there appeared to be on the wane. However, serious flu outbreaks continued in Detroit, which has reported 36 deaths,, and Philadelphia, which counted four more fatalities since the weekend. St. Louis reported its first' .fatality possibly caused by Asian flu. Kokomo Youth Fined For Petit Larceny Michael Kirby, 18, of Kokomo, was. fined $16 for petit larceny in city court Monday afternoon. A charge of malicious trespass was dismissed upon .the condition that the youth- would make restitution for damages incurred. Affidavit against the youth was filed by Wayne Ladd,' who resides south of Peru. Arnold Eades, 32, of Walton, was fined a total of $98.75 on a charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicants, public intoxication and disorderly conduct. The'toll by states showed 1261 His driving privileges were also deaths in New Vork, 91 in Penn-1 suspended for one year. sylvania, 41 in Michigan, 40 in California, 39 in Ohio, 24 in Iowa, 21 in Illinois and Louisiana, 18 in Wisconsin, 16 in Nebraska, 15 in 'Connecticut and Washington, 11 in Utah, 10 in Colorado, 9 in Hawaii, 8 in Indiana and Kentucky, 7 in Minnesota, 5 in Oklahoma and Maryland, Missouri and Oregon, and 1 in Arizona, Maine, and the District of Columbia. The biggest fatality jump was In Nebraska where health officials counted at least 16 deaths blamed «n flu since summer. Previously, only three deaths had been reported in Nebraska. Ohio's death toll climbed from 28 to 39 in recent days, while eight new flu-associated deaths were reported in Connecticut and seven in Rain, Clouds Cover Most Of Nation By UNITED PRESS A lieavy cloud cover prevailed today over most of the nation from the Rockies to the Atlantic predicted for Nebraska, the Da-'meeting of. the group's executive Seaboard, bringing about normal kolas and most of the Rockies to- board Monday night and will be 1 the Great Lakes area, the Mid- Mississippi and the Ohio valleys and in New .England. Little change in tfce weather pattern is expected today with occa- pected in the Great Lakes and northern New England and occasional rain or drizzle seen for parts of the Mississippi and Ohio valleys. . Somewhat warmer weather :s; Committee was adopted at a Outline New School Plans On Thursday A resolution outlining areas of study for the Citizens Advisory teas decide whether the would be b«st served by a city high school or a new junior high school building. If the resolution is adopted by the committee as a • whole, subcommittees will be named U> aid in the necessary research. Each subcommittee will be re' quired' to back its findings and referenc- overnight readings and widespread precipitation to the area. The only exception to the general cloudiness was the extreme southeast where temperatures day, with rain or drizzle con-!submitted to the committee as a tinuing in the central and southern Plains 'and. the eastern slopes of the Rockies. whole Thursday. 1 The .contents of the resolution, which deals with a study of pro- The executive board, which is headed by Wilson Voorhees, agreed at Monday's meeting that any new schools should be "func- , , f . Fair skies are expected west of j posed school' construction pro- dropped below normal early today . the Rockies except for a few jects in Lo g ansporti wi n. D ot be under fair skies in Georgia and;showers in extreme Southern the Carolinas. j California. Elsewhere in the eastern two- — thirds of the country, clouds pre-| vented normal nighttime cooling despite northerly winds. Rain and light snow hit the western sections of Kansas and Nebraska and the eastern portions o[ Wyoming and Colorado. Snow flurries and showers also occurred in the Rockies and the central Great Basin during the night. The heaviest snow accumulation Raymond- Hall, 35, 560 Jeffer-1 occurred at Green River Utah, son Ave., entered a plea vl notl w hi c h got a 2-inch blanket of new guilty to a charge of assault and battery. His case was set for trial on Nov. 12th. Four men were tried for public intoxication' and vagrancy. Those fined and given 10 day jail sentences were James Kain, 68 of Pennsylvania, $41; and Walter Gibson, 41 of Alabama, $16. A warrant was ordered issued for the arrest of Raymond Kling, 32 of Route 1, Converse, who failed to appear in court to answer to a charge of petit larceny. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF AUDITIONAL' APruorniA'rio.-vs Notice Is hereby tflven to the taxpayers of Jeff-eraon Township, Cass Count!*, Indiana, that the Advisory Board and Trustee of said township will meet at the trustee's office in. such township on the 18th day o£ November, 1857, ftt the hour of 7:30 o'clock p.m. to consider' the followlnts 'additional appropriations, which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary eniergen- cy oxlstiriK at this time, to-wlt: TOWNSHIP FVSDl 1. TRUSTEE'S SALARY $120.00 The foregoing appropriations ure In addition to the appropriations provided for In the existing "budgets and levies. Taxpayers oC Jefferson Township appearing at said meeting shall have the rlffht to be heard thereon. Additional appropriations as finally made will bo automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioner;*, which Board »vlll hold a. further hearing- within fifteen days at the County Auditor's Office of Cass County, Indiana, or at such other place as may be deslg-nated. At such hearing:, taxpayers objecting to any such additional appropriations may be heard, and Interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when and where such hearing 1 will be heard. Dated this 1st day of Novem- -ber, 1057. GUY BKOOKIB, TRUSTEE. O'NEILL & O'NEILL ATTORNEYS NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF JUODITIOIVAI, APFilOrnlATIOJVS Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of Noble Township, Cass County, Indiana, that the Advisory Board and Trustee of said township will meet at the trustee's office .in Raid township on the 18th day of November, 195*, at the hour of 7:30 o'clock p.m. to consider the following 1 additional appropriations, which said officer consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emerirency existing at this time, - to-wit: YOWXSHIP FUNDi 1. TRUSTEE'S SALARY 1120.00 TUITION FUNDi 28. pay of Teachers 445.00 28A. Pay of Substitute Teachers 300.00 The foregoing . appropriations are In addition to the appropriations provided for in the existing budgets and levies. Taxpayers of Noble Township appearing at said meetlnff sha.ll have the right to be. heard thereon. Additional appropriations as finally made will be automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board •will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's Office of Cass County, Indiana, or at such other place as may be designated. At alien hearing, taxpayers objecting to any atich additional appropriations may be heard, and interested taxpayers may Inquire of the County Auditor when and -where such hearing win be hea/d. Dated this 1st Hay of November, 1957. GEORGE E. FERG-TJSON, TRUSTEE O'NEILL & O'NEILL ATTORNEYS a a steel purpose value INITIAL INVESTMENT LOW . TBe new Stran-Master fits many industrial needs: storage, warehousing, -maintenance, repair or field aervice. You have a choice of six widths:^', 36', 48', 60'and72',and any length in multiples of 16 feet. EASY TO BUY: You. can gel your Stran-Master building now and pay for it as you use it. Through the Stran-Sleel Pttrchase Pian onlt/ % initial investment is required, vnlii up to five years to pay the balance.' We handle the complete job — planning, erection and financing • FEATURES • Lawcit cast »tef I MMhtc • MradHy Insulated for yw- ntMMl UM • FttHy fire-trie • Fast »"<* easy to erect e Atxolvt* minimum mahrteneim SOLD »Y> Wayne Myers Steel Bldg. Sales' W Mile N. W. Loganiport on old Royal Center Pike Dial 2397 snow during the night. been C. Chumney Heads Cass Farmers' Union Chester Chumney has elected president of the Cass County Farmers Union. Other' officers elected at a recent meeting were Keith Samberg, vice president; and Mrs, George Hopper, secretary-treasurer. Current president Elvin Sadlai 1 announced' a state-wide meeting of the organization on Nov. 6-7 made, public until after Thursday's meeting. However, members of the executive board said that they plan to base their study on a thorough investigation, rather than on personal opinions. The major problem facing the i committee is to help school trus- Ram and drizzle soaked most of I at the Union Building at Purdue T ™ a .l Monday and^ today and university. The meeting concerns ^ m policy. Officers of the local organization will attend. spread into the bordering areas of Oklahoma and eastern New Mexico. Rain also was reported in the western sections of Louisiana and Arkansas, parts of California, Card Of Thanks The family of Mrs. Maude Cotner wishes to thank friends, neighbors, Chase-Miller Mortuary, and Rev. Harry Hashberger for their kindness and sympathy extended, to us in the loss'of our loved one. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, neighbors, Rev. Fletcher, Members of the Fulton church, Dr. Dillman, and the Ditmire funeral home for the many acts of kindness shown during our recent bereavment. Mrs. Ralph Newton and Children RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 Buy SIDING of ALL TYPES From a reliable source- Phone 3666 North on Road 17 * Building * Repairing * Remodeling Courteous - Efficient CALL US Home Improvement loans Can Be Arranged WM. P. LONER & SONS, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 900-22nd St. Phone 3138 Read the Classified Ads STOKER KCMS£ IT IMPS WMITY! I Refined to give you extra low ash and extra heating houra, Correct clinkers, fragile coke", all the convenience a stoker owner wants. Try it — you'll see! Labels tell you it's genuine Great Heart Super Stoker coal. LOGAN FUEL &!CE, Inc. "The Home of Quality Coal" 801 Erie Dial 3133 STOCK FUND, INC. Motk* of 49th ConNcuhV* Dividend. O» Octofcer 22, 1957, Ik. toard of Derettoci o* Investor! Stock Fund, be, dectored a regular quarterly dividend of ten and Ihree-tjvarten centi per Aon derived from investment income, phi a distribution of nim and one- q»orter cenh per snare repreMnhng »v com* from realized cfcwrty froKh. Tni, total of twenty cents p'er shore li pay. able November )•* to Investors Stock rend sharekolden «f record Oet 31, 1957. . - • • Ear I H. Moss Zone Manager 2004 North St. FREE ESTIMATES^ON SIDrNG-ALL K?NDS Aluminum—Asbestos—-Insulated ROSS REID ROOFING CO. 217 - 5lh .St. Phene 3388 WEDNESDAY SPECIALS BACON BREAD YULOW CHEEK Ib. 59c 19c HOISUM, COLONIAL, WONDER, TIPTOP IVk loaf A Complete Line of Dietetic Foods CANDY - COOKIES - FRUITS - JELLY - POP Thank Yovl I DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPUK American bcpfeet Money Ordem At' AI SMITH'SMARKET NOT Trie BIGGKT-BUT THE BUSIEST, 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p.m.—-Sundays and Weekdays ONLY WOLF GIVES YOU BLUE HEAT Premium Fuel Oil Additive that «iuret cleaner, mere efficient heat, at ipvlnfi up to 20% — PIUS — RED STAMPS ION CASH. PURCHASES) For the same prio» as ordinary fuel oil.> WOLF COAL & SUPPLY 314 Heath Phone 3990 HOLIDAY BAZAAR • ST. JOSEPH'S NEW SCHOOL (Broadway at Eel River Ave.) Wednesday Evening—November 6th Food will be served starting at 5 P.M. Linens—Aprons—Surprise Packages-r-Candy—Fish Pond Bellglous Articles—Country Market—Plants (African Violets) Entertainment There is... No Substitute for Experience Mr. Merrill Miller with over 32 years experience as a member of the profession, is ovailable to his many friends when we are called. Copably assisted by our trained personnel, you are assured of a perfect service. Funeral Services 527 E. Broadway Merrill Miller Director Phone 3355 Paul Cooke , Licensed Funeral Dlr. Lowe's Little Roofer Says: Every cfay—more people ore taking advantage of Lowe's low prices! Why? We've cut our costs to trie bone and are passing these savings to you I Take advantage of these LOW, LOW PRICES .NOW! Drive out and find out! Ph. 3666 North on Rd. 17 KOOFINCiLO. TuMday Evening, November S, tional arid flexible" but not "plush." Lois Shafer, a member of- the committee, submitted the resolu- i £f " directors WILSON BACK WITH C. M. NEW YORK (UP)—Former Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson i Monday was elected to the board tion. SINK 6 RED CHINA BOATS TAIPEI, Formosa (UP) — Chinese Nationalist naval vessels sank six "largo and small" Communist Chinese gunboats in a before-dawn engagement today south of Matsu Island, the Nation'al Defense Ministry announced. Corp., the firm he once headed as iresident. Bazaar—2:00 p. m. Turkey Supper—5:00 p. m. Camden—Nov. 7th St. Peten Lutheran Church INever before a car so luxurious, so modestly priced! 270 HP, dual exhaust, 4-barrel carburetor engine gives one of the world's best power-weight ratios for top V-8 performance with outstanding V-8 economy. New pushbutton driving. Powr-Lok anti-spin differential. Come in today and drive the ultra- smart new Ambassador by Rambler for 1958. NEW 270 HP V-8 Finest Car Ever Priced So Close to the Lowest! American Motort Meant More for American* AT YOUR RAMBLER, NASH OR HUDSON DEALER R & R MOTOR SALES E. Main—Next WSAL Logansport Phone 4341 MARTY'S SALES & SERVICE 330 Water Street Logansport Phone 2570 BRAND NEW HOMES FOR RENT Never occupied. .latest •modern conveniences for particular 'tastes. Good references required. SEEORPHONB LONERS'LUMBER & MILLWORK 90Q-22nd St. Phone 3138 NOTICE!! It has come to our attention that certain independent organizations are representing that the Lots in Mount Hope Cemetery are scarce. This is contrary to fact, and there are sufficient; lots in Mount Hope Cemetery to serve the people of Logansport for many years. i Charles O. Shephard Sexton Wed, Nov. 6th FREE! Double Coupons! FREE! DOUBLE BONUS BEAUTIFUL-LARGE CRYSTAL CLEAR MIXING BOWl • • PLUS • • With Every Purchase of Wake Up 99 Ethyl or Full Power Premium Gasoline Top Performance Octane at Lowest Price Stop at the Sign of The Big Red Rooster It's the Thrifty Motorist Who Chooses Wake Up. WAKE-UP SERVICE STATIONS 501 SOUTH 3rd ST. PAUL KENNER, Mgr. tOGAN SPOUT 13th & ERIE STS. JIM HUFF, Mgr. ETHYI DUQl IP

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