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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 19, 1962
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•Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 2 Leaders in GOP Die at Indianapolis " INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Former ..Indiana Appellate Court Judge Wilbur Royse of Indianapolis died in St. Vincent's Hospital just be,fore midnight Monday, a few -hours before the Indiana Republican State Convention at which delegates would have^voted on his candidacy for the nomination to another term on the court. ; Royse, 64, was one of two GOP leaders who died of heart seizures . after being stricken within a period of less than two hours at hotels across the street from each other in downtown Indianapolis on the eve of the biennial nominating convention..' ; The other was -Walter McCon- •nell, 67, Noblesville, Hamilton. County GOP chairman, who collapsed and died cnroute to St. •Vincent's. • McConnel was pronounced dead ;about 5 p.m. after'suffering an •attack in the lobby of the Shera: ton-Lincoln Hotel. Royse died at 11:55 p.m. after •suffering an attack in the Clay"pool Hotel about 6 : 45 o'clock. Royse was one of three candidates for two Appellate Court nominations from the Northern ;District. His death left only,two candidates and assured their -nominations without opposition. ; McConnell had been Hamilton -chairman for the past 12 years. -He was president of the Wain- :wright Bank & Trust Co., Nobles•_ville. - Royse served on the Appellate TCourt for 16 years during the -1940s and 1950s and was defeated -in his bid for reelection in 1958. Hire Farm Bureau Manager At Peru ^Former Local •Girl Expires In Marion • Sandra Y. Hipskind, 16, a for- 'mer Logansport resident who re".sided in Marion, died at 445 p.m. •Monday at General hospital there: I Emergency brain surgery failed ;to save her life after she fell • from the hood of a slowly moving Tauto at 10 p.m. Saturday. • She is the daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Harold Hipskind, of Fair- Imont and the granddaughter of Mrs. Gladys Haskell and Mrs. : Dorothy Hipskind, both of Logans;port. . • According to Marion police, she !was standing on the hood of a car •driven by Gary Shook of Marion. Sheek slowed the car and yelled at her to sit down. She fell and struck her head tin the pavement. The car didn't pass over her ;body. Survivors include the parents; two brothers, David and Michael, at home; five sisters, Mrs. Rose- •mary Norman,-Marion; Mrs. Sher. . rill Miverson, Fairmount; Roberta, Derma, and Tamara Hips- 'kind, all at home; and grandparents Mrs. Gladys Haskell; Mrs. Dorothy Hipskind, .of l George, Logansport. The deceased was baptized a* the St. Vincent's church in Lo gansport and was a member ol . the St. Paul church at Marion. Rites will be at 9 a.m., Thurs day at the St. Paul church. Bur ' ial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery • at Logansport. Rosary will be re• cited at 8 p:m., Wednesday at the ; Ravens funeral home, 911 S. Wash •ington, Marion. Friends may cal . after 7 p.m., Tuesday. PERU"— Jack Blanton of New Castle has been hired by the Miami County Farm Bureau Cooperative Board of Directors as manager of the Co-op.'. He will succeed Richard N. Case, who resigned to join the brokerage firm of K. J. Brown and Co. Blanton has served in public relations and supervision with the Henry County Farm Bureau Cooperative at Newcastle for the last six years. He also participated in the Indiana Farm Bureau Coooperative Management program for the past 14 months. Blanton graduated from Fortville High School iri 1945. He at tended Purdue University for two years .before entering the United States Air Force where he servd for one and a half years. He reentered Purdue and was graduated from the School of Agriculture in 1950 with a B. S. degree. He is married to the former Eleanor Moody and they have three children, Wanda, 12; Keith, 10; and Bruce, 4. Blanton will assume his new duties July 2. He plans to move to Peru as soon as he finds a suitable home. Miami Delegates Twenty Miami. County Republican delegates went to.Indianapolis Monday to attend the Republican convention which opens' Tuesday in the State Fairgrounds Coliseum. Gerald Powell, Miami County GOP -chairman, stated that his delegates are free to vote as. they choose. The Miami County headquarters ill be in the Harrison Hotel. The delegates include Mrs. Robert Ely, Wayne Fye, Ollie Leonard, Glen Stephenson, Glen Galloway, Dr. Harold Rendel, .Vinal Sowyer, Donald Exmeyer anc George Long. Also Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs Edward Noland, Dr. Parker Sny- [er, Mrs. Omar Bearss, Richard ,ife, Mayor S. G. Cox, Mrs. Glenn laines, Mrs. Richard Rhodes, )ean Thompson and Kermit Bur- roys. Swim Meet Peru's YMCA swimmers finished ninth in a field of 19 teams which participated in the Junior Olympics meet at the Bunker Hil Air Force Base pool this past week-end. The event was won by the Riv eria Club of Indianapolis with i :otal of 441 team points. Peru's ninth'place team won 43 points. Bill Utley, formerly of Bunker Hill, now residing in Texas, won the 100-yard backstroke,, 100-yarc free style and a 200-yard indivi dual medley, setting new mee records in all three events. The Peru relay team of Dan Lucas, Tom Schram, Jim Laughlin and Jeff Rendel finishec second in both the free relay ant medley relay. Other Peruvian placing in the finals were Jal Rendel, Dan Lucas, Dave Rende John Lawrence, Mary Ann Rich ter, Devie Gould and Alicia An derson. undt, 19 and Harry Westmore- r.d, 20, both of the Bunker Hill FB; and Curtis Higgenbotham, Terre Haute, all fined $1 and osts; Victor Polk, 24, 34 Jefferon Ave., $10 and costs plus 60 ays on the penal farm; and John [clntosh, 46, 303 N. Broadway, 5 and -costs, and a six months uspended penal farm sentence. Carl Yike, 52, 324 W. First St., rew a fine of $1 and costs for etit larceny and was ordered to nake restitution, Donald McCain, 26, 326 W, Fifth t., drew a fine of $1 and. costs nd a five day jail sentence for ailure to support his wife anc hild. Charles V. Dimitt, 29, of Kokomo, was assessed a total of 546.75 nd placed on 30 days' probation o pay damages. He was arrestec or breaking and entering anc riving with an expired operator's cense. The case of Raymond Kersey, 44 E. Ninth St., who is charged ;ith permitting an unlicensed op- ralor to drive was continued to une 22. H. L. Lawson, 32, 1059 W. Firs It., netered a plea of .not guilty o charges of disorderly conduct ssault and battery and public in oxication. - His trial - was set ' : foi 'une 22. Five motorists forfeited bonds n lieu of appearing in court to inswer to charges of minor traf ic violations. Hope To Buy Vehicle MONTICELLO—The Emergenc Service corps, composed mostl of Explorer Scouts, hopes to rais about $5,000 within several week to purchase an emergency vehi cle. The vehicle would be available to the sheriff's, polic and fire departments. City Court Five men were fined in city ourt Monday afternoon by Judge ames Grund for public intoxica- on. The offenders were Albert Former Local Man Succumbs In Peru; Services Thursday PERU — Funeral services for Jert A. Byers, 83, a former Lo- _ansport resident, will be held at .:30 p.m. Thursday at the McClos- tey-Hamiltdn-Kahle funeral in Logansport. Dr. M.-'L..-Robinson will :onduct' services, and burial will 5e in the Thomas cemetery near Onward. . 'He died at the home of his daughter, Mrs 1 . Herman Bowman, 406 Hoover Avp., in Peru : at,2:20 p.m. Monday after a lengthy ill- ess. He had lived in Peru for the oast several years. He was a retired section foreman for the Pennsylvania railroad. Born at Bunker Hill on Se^it, 16, 1878, he was the son of Stephen and Mary Etta Bean Byers. He married Stella Rhinehart. She preceded him .in" death. ;-." He was a member of the Onward Methodist church, •• Survivors include a son, Loren of Marion; three daughters, Mrs Bowman.and Mrs, Edgar White both of Peru; and Mrs. John Holty of Macy;. ten'grandchildren and eight ;great-grandchildren.. Friends may call at the funera home after-2 p.m. Tuesday. PLANS AWARD WASHINGTON ; (UPI)-T.hij : De tense Department plans to swan a $15,000 grand prize for the besf design o£ an elementary ischoo! protected against radioactive fall out. The winner will be selected .in a competition which will run fron July 15 to Aug. 15, the departmen said Monday. The American In stitute of Architects will conduc the competition. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Yesterday'* Puzzl* for ACROSS 1-Snake , 4-Prepares print ; 9-Fairy ' 12-lnterna.- tlonal Typographical Union (abbr.) 13-Essential t-l-Uevoured LB-Gloomier 17-Cooks In oven '• ' 13-WarblcB tl-Wager !2-Clty In Ruaila J<-Dawn goddess !6-Slavo es-Adheslve substance Il-Existecl !3-Spanish for river. U-Teutonlo deity 15-Dlstrnsa signal 37-Hmall Jump 39-Symbol for nickel 40-Soak 42-lnBout 'tSK 44-Cla.yey earth ,46-War god 48-Male sheep 50-Allowance for waste 51-Rlver Island 63-Pelopon-. neaus 55-Breatted with difficulty 58-Hurled 01*-!Poem 62-Part of jacket B4-Bofore Gli-Dance .step fid-Soap plant C7-Hurrled DOWN 1-Succor 2-Muslc: as written 2-J?ocketbook» 4-Smooth: IJ.-Funeral' eorie <-Pronoun 7-Sallor (colloq.) !-Untidy .• . person (slang) i -Swifter 10-Unlt of, Siamese currency 11-Affirmative 10-Scottlsh skirt IS-Homan - .• bronze 50-Soed 22-Muslcal drama 23-More unusual 25-Carpenter's tool 27-Wash lightly 28-lnsert surreptitiously 30-Vast age 32-SodIum chloride 36-Tltle of respect fondness on 41-Plaffues 4.1-Scottlsh cap 45-Rubber on pencil 47-Drlnk slowly 49-Roadslde hotel fit-Part in play 55-RcpukHcan . party (intt.) nG-Girl's name fiT-Obatruct 69-Pertod of time fiO-Lalr 63-Rlver In Italy IS 29 61 IS) 30 35 36 (57 31 63 (58 38 50 27 DJitr. by Unlttd Feature Syndicate, Inc. 490 FATALITIES By United Press International Indiana's 1962.traffic fatality toll reached 490 today compared with 442 this time last year, with four names added to tlie list Monday, a traditionally light day of the week for highway deaths. DIES OF'COUGHING SEOUL (UPD-The U.S. Army announced today that Paul Me Cune, 46, Bedford, Ind., a civilian employe, was stricken by cough ing spasms Sunday and died en route to a hospital. He is survivet by a brother, F. C. McCune, of Bedford. Read the Want Ads! Tuesday Evening, June 19, 1962. Jail Escapees Will Face Charges Here Two men who escaped from Jass county jail nearly two years go have been returned here to (and trial on charges growing lut of incident. The two are Charles A. Neviils, :3, of East Chicago, and Roland 5. Rowe, 23, of Valparaiso. They will be charged with jail Jreaking; aiding in the escape t a prisoner; vehicle taking and auto banditry, according to Prose- utor Earl A. Palmer. Nevills and Rowe were appre- icnded after escaping July 31, ), by slugging the turnkey and unlocking the door of the jail. ?hey were being held on burglary charges for White county authori- 'ies. The burglary charges resulted n a 2-5 year term at the Pendle- :ofi reformatory for both of them. They are still under these sen- .ences, but hav.e been released to Cass county authorities had Cass county au(hori(is had placed detainers on the two when Jiey entered Pendleton. Nevills, who also is wauled on a Michigan parole violation warrant, was transferred to Logansport at the first of the month, While Rowe was brought here Monday. TALKATHON SIDETRACK WASHINGTON (UPD-The Senale talkathon against (lie satellita communications bill may result n the measure being sidelracked to allow Congress to work on other major bills facing a June 30 deadline. Sen. Russell B. Long, D-La., a leader in the fight against (he jill, appeared armed for another day of debale — the fourth on he controversial proposal. DIES OF STAB WOUNDS EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPI)-Eon- aid Smith, 24, Evansville, died en- •oule to Deaconess Hospital Monday night from slab wounds nflicted in an argument with a .cen-ager over a girl. GRAHAM RITES SET Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian B. Graham. 38, of 1328 Smead St., will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Fisher funeral home, The Rev. Robert T. Hirst will conduct services, and burial will be in Mt. Hope. For you faccauso they are CD comfortable, fn Iho shoos that made comfort popular— You'll enjoy a fitting such as you have never before *x- pcrtanced. MILLER Barefoot Freedom Mote por/odic virifs /o your Dodor Amniu't Moil Attt«tl«Cwnfl>rl Ax Advirtiiad in Toe/ox'* Health Si RN Magazimtt DOMES "Your Friendly Shoe Store" 407 E. Broadway W J The Big Difference In Stores Today Is The Way People Are Treated CHILDREN'S SHOP-1ST,FLQOR WEDNESDAY 12 noon to 5 p.m. ONLY! 503-505 Broadway Phone 3226 LADIES 100% NYLON TRICOT Wednesday Afternoon Specials . . . 12 noon to 5 p.m. INFANT TOPPER SETS for Boys and Girls Regular 1 A9 2.95-4.95 .............. only I"* Famous-makes, assorted styles and colors, drip-dry cottons, plastic lined, odds and ends from our regular stock. Sizes: s., m., 1., ex. Ig. SLIPS VALUES TO $3.88 Sires: 32 to 48. Colors: light blue, tan, pink, white, black- shadow - panel, lace trimmed on tho bodke and at tha hem line , .. truly a glamorous slip that caresses the body in fig- urs 'molding lines. Slock up now and savel and th No phone orders No deliveries ... Shop KELLERS Every Wednesday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Notice of PUBLIC SALE of Personal Property Notice is hereby given that the undersigned administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Earl J. Jordan, deceased, .will offer for sale at public auction at the late residence of said decedent, situate at 416 West Walnut Street in the Town of Flora, Indiana, on SATURDAY, THE 23rd DAY OF JUNE, 1962 at 12 o'clock noon, CDST, the personal property of said estate, consisting of the following items, to-wit: . G. E. refrigerator; G. E. range; breakfast table and 2 chairs; KCA radio; Thor semi-automatic washing machine; Seth Thomas clock; G. E. toaster; electric percolator; lot of dishes; lot of cooking utensils; lot of silverware; roaster; pin-up lamp (electric); 11 straight chairs; old buffet; lot of picture frames; drop leaf stand; round dining room table; end table; 9x12 rug; 10 throw rugs; barrel back chair; floor lamp; walnut stand with drawer; 12x12 rug; 3 stand lamps; lot of figurines; living room suite (couch and chair); base rocker; 17-inch RCA television; 2 stands; reclining chair and ottoman; what-not; coffee table; magazine rack; lot of linens; maple top bureau; bathroom scales;' G. E. sweeper; Bissel sweeper; hall tree; butter ,bowl; 3-piece bedroom suite; springs and mattress; 4 rocking chairs; 9x12 rug; 7 stand lamps; 3 stands; smoking stand; 2 occasional chairs; couch; 9xl2-rug; bed, springs and'mattress; 3 dressers; 2 mir. rors; lot of quilts and comforts; 2 lamps; 2 occasional chairs; 7 can bottom chairs; walnut gate leg table; walnut stand; cherry chest; maple bedroom suite; 21" Capehart TV; 2 metal lawn chairs; electric iron; desk; 9x12 rug; old hand made cradle; lot of miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. TERMS—Purchasers will be required to pay cash for all item: purchased, which price shall be not less than two-thirds of the ap praised value thereof. No property is to be removed from thr premises until paid for. The items above include a great many antiques and consist o all of the household goods of the late Jewel and Earl J. Jordan. The estate will not be responsible in case of accidents. ARTHUR KOUP, Administrator WITH WILL ANNEXED Estate of Earl J. Jordan, Deceased Rinehart Real Estate •& Auction Company, Auctioneers .•Bishop & Bishop, Flora, Indiana, Attorneys for Administrator Clan Eikenberiy. Clerk . . These DOWNTOWN STORES will be OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY and are offering these WEDNESDAY Afternoon SPECIALS from 12 o'clock Noon to 5:00 P. M. Shop and Save at These Downtown Stores PENNEY'S f SPECIAL Shop 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. N Boy's Cotton SPORT SHIRTS 77° Sizes 4 to 8 I- Stoclc up now at Penney's special Wednesday ipricesl Sho't sleeve styles in a big variety of patterns! All machine wash! Specials for Weds. Afternoon Only Fleur Pastel GUEST GLASSES Pink-jTurquoise or White large 11 Vz oz. Size. Crtn. of •• ••• -L 12 for . . . it* You Can't Have Too Many Glasses De/icious-Cooffftg CARIB PUNCH truons i<18 E MARKET ST. <* WEDNESDAY SPECIAL! MORE OPEN 9 ci. m. to 5 p.m. Served In AHractive WAIKIKI GLASS You'll enjoy the r*unch and You Keep the Glass 422iE. flroadway-X>pen'Friday's Till 9 p.m. Wednesday Only! OUR REG. 10.88 MOTORIZED BARBECUE-ROTISSERiE S. S. KRESGE COMPANY • Collapsible ref I e c t o r hood for faster cooking • Heavy gauae, deep draw. • 24" large bowl. • (Ideal for family use. • Years of good outdoor eating. 8 88

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