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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 27

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 13, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, November 13, 1957, Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune . TTiree CROSSWORD PUZZLE An>wtr to Y " terd *y* *« ACROSS 1—Skin ailment •—Carpenter's tool . 3—Repetition 12—Pros 13—High card 14—Organs of hearing 15—Attempt 16—Beef animal 18—Hurried 19—Above JO—Heavenly body 21—Pronoun 23—Compass point 24—Vegetable 2fi—Sandbars 2S—Place for combat 29—Marry 30—Rear part of ship 32—-Stare open-mouthed 33-iivil 24—Mental Imapr* 35—Wing K— Container 37—Severe 33—Hold on property 40—Hastens 41—Part of "to be'' 4 r— Preposition 44—Roster 45—Military Pollc* (abbr.) 47—Meadow 43—Musical drama 51—Spanish for "river" 52—Six-year-olda 55—Poems B&—Female (collon.) 67—Pintail duck DOWN 1—Aleutian Island 2—Knllstcil man 3—Negative vote 4—Man's nl?knam« "B 9 5—Mephlstopheles fi—Genus of. oiuplcs 7—Tiny 8—Note of seal* 9—Paddle 10—Chang* 11—Slave lij—Portico 17—ResreUcd 20—Trigonometric ratio 22—Compass point 25—Country of Asia 2C—Crimson 27—Becomes dim 23—Mohammedan tltlo 2S—Move from side to side 31—Sunburn .13—Prohibit 34—Vlrprinia. willow 3C—Cloud 37—Hindu jrultar 39—Hawaiian hawk 40—Hou'rly 41—In addition 4-—Recompenst 44—Rock/lsii 45—Posspsslv* pronoun 46—Attltuc!e 4S—Chopping tool 50—"Wfloden pin 51—Male sheep 53—Conjunction 64—Exist! Highway Deaths Taking Holiday By UNITED PRESS A big slowdown in traffic fatali- thii week has postponed the date for Indiana to mark up its 1,000th death of the year. At the rate deaths have been recorded recently, it appeared sure the figure would be reached this week. But only four deaths were on record since Sunday midnight and tht toll stood today at 981, thereby delaying the 1,000th death probably until sometime next week. It was a far cry from last week, when state police provisional figures showed 30 persons were killed in a seven-day period. They raised the toll as of last Sunday midnight .to 977, compared with'990 a year I earlier. GET 'KEADY FOR CHRISTMAS It's never to early to think of <jnd get ready for Christmas! [Tie family will enjoy finding heir small gifts in these brightly colored stockings. You'll find them easy to make and quick to trim witli eye-catching felt appli- ques, sequins and beads. Pattern No. 5723 contains trac ing pattern for stockings—four sizes; trace-off applique motifs; finishing directions. Integration Issue Begins To Creep Into New York WASHINGTON (UP) i— South-,York City is part of the city's ra- ern objectors to the integration ofjcial problem from another anfjle. their public school systems prob-1 It relates to the fact that there ably will be astonished to learn are public school districts in New that the place of Negroes in the I York City in which there are no community also is causing some:Negro families or very few. difficulty in New York City. ]t is difficult, therefore, to ena- New York is the capital city ofjble white and Negro children to civil rights, the minority racial i attend those schools together for groups there being large, numer-jlack of Negro children. The pro- ous and possessed of maximum posed ordinance against discrimi- political wallop. It is now 25 notinn in tho snln nr rental o: weeks, however, that the General Peru School Board , Pondering Passes PERU—Peru's -School Boarjl plans to take action on its policy on complimentary season passes to athletic contests next year. More than 100 complimentary passes are issued annually, according to Fred Fechtman, school superintendent. - ^ Earl Delph, high school principal, has been invited to the next explain' the present policy on evplain me nresent r policy ' on jasses. The school b'oard hopes :o revise the schedule for next year. George Hunt, . former junior high school principal, and who is now directing an Illinois school, has consented lo .speak, at Hie high school commencement next Spring. The Board contacted him upon the request of the siudent body. It has been announced that_ cornerstone ceremony for the new South Peru school will be held at 4 p. m. Sunday. The Board discussed Jhe possible acquisition of a 15-acre plot for a junior high school site, but no action was taken at Monday night's session, nation in the sale or rental of dwelling units presumably would enable. Negro families with children to move into the all - white school districts— and the elements of school integration would be at hand. All of ,this may sound like cod ; ed Greek to southern readers, but it is the pattern of the integration problem as it has developed in New York. Welfare Committee of the Municipal Council of the City of New York has been considering a proposal to relieve Negroes from discrimination in better class housing. Introduced on -May 21 was a proposal to make it unlawful to discriminate for reasons of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry in the rental or sale of dwelling space. There were public hearings in mid - June whereafter the proposal was sent back to committee! Real Estate Boards Oppose Individuals who urgently championed civil rights legislation which was • before Congress last summer were somewhat less enthusiastic about the anti-discrimination project pending before their own governing agency. The real estate boards in all five boroughs of New York City opposed the ordinance. Th mail count at City Hall was 3-to-l' against. Some councilmen said their mail was 4-to-l against enabling Negroes to buy or rent whatever they could afford. The proposal was substantially amended to eliminate a $500 penalty for the discrimination described. The committee also exempted cooperative apartments from the anti- discrimination stipulation. The implication of the ordi- umon earner nau mreiueijeu u nance's most recent history is | throw pickets around the tes that it was set aside to_ cool^ pend- ra nge where the first test U.S Try Again to Stop Strike at Missile Site WASHINGTON (UP) — Efforts to lift a strike threat which could shut, down the U.S. missiles testing program at Cape Canaveral, Fla., resumed today under the asupices of-the National Mediation Board. Mediator Alfred Delia Carte said the parties in the labor dispute, Pan ..American Airways 'and the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, are showing "splendid cooperation" in talks which opened Tuesday. Pan-American maintains anc services. government equipment for missile-testing .at the Florida range and in the Caribbean. The union earlier had threatened to ing last week's mayoralty election in New York. An advocate of the ordinance had this to say this week- in a letter to the New York Times: ' "Further delay or-defeat of this bill would be an admission that New York City, despite its moral horror at what happened at Little Rock, does not itself believe in the civil rights that it_ professes to uphold. For all recognize that this is more than a matter of housing; we know especially that the schools we say we wish to integrate can never truly achieve this goal unless we desegregate our housing patterns." Few Non-Negro Areas This reference to 'missing the loal of school integration in New earth satellite is to be launched next month. The union board of directors has authorized a strike in support .»" a demand that BOO employes; ;i the center who work under tin Pan-American contract be indud ed in a union shop agreement cov eriag all the airline's employes. The union contends that th mediation board and fedcra courts have ruled the Cape Ca naveral clerks should be include; but that the company has refuse to obey the rulings. Read the Classified Ad Glycerine and Rosewater. a century-old formula for softer, lovelier skin, now available as a cream uneqnaled for its healing and beautifying properties For over a hundred years women have known of the marvelous properties of Glycerine and Rosewater, unmatched lor its softening, soothing and healing effects on the ikin Until recently, it wis available only as « liquid Now, through Tritle Laboratories' exclusive process, you may enjoy it as • imooth, pure white cream, delicately fragrant and easy to apply. Because it contains no oils, it can be absorbed directly into the skin, providing an txcellent completely greaseless powder base. JAR,..$1.25 HANDY TUBE...75c COSMETICS-FIRST FLOOR confidential CASH LOANS qu/cfcly.' ...'SOT Open Wednesday Afternoon 226 S. Third St., Logansport 2853 BARGAINS IN COLD WAVES lanolin 4.95 Hour* *;30 «.m. te 1 p.m. N* Appointmwil Ntwuary LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP Child All Day W 5th and Broadway OVH EAIUFV'J SHOP-TUES., WED., THURS., SAT. 9-5-FRIDAY 9-9 The pampered look in a Golden Rule Coat For that one- in-a-million feeling, wrap yourself in wonderful 100% wool WORUMBO You'll love the new styles that are hand tailored to flatter and give you elegance with 'ease. You'll love the new 100% wool fabric WORUMBO with its glow of gently brusjied fleece,- and you'll love the way YOU look in one of these, warm coats. Exciting new colors of rose taupe, electric blue, grey and natural. Misses and Petite Sizes .85 59 Use Our Budget Account! COAT SALON SECOND FLOOR DIAL 4166 G For a Festive... n charming dining-room furniture Colonial Kindel Colonial in mellow cherrywoo'd adapts the best • of early American design for your contemporary apartment or suburban home. The round drop-leaf, extension table seats eight comfortably in true "holiday" style. The square drop-leaf table makes itself perfectly at home in dining areas not quite so large .... you'll love it.!. Buffet 229.50 Deck 107.50. Server 139.50 Gate-leg, drop-leaf extension table 149.50 50" Round, drop-leaf extension table 154.50 Side chairs, from ...;..;. 24.50 Use the Golden Rule Layaway or Home Plan Account! HENREDON Italian Provincial Many open stock groupings by such famous makers as:. •Willett •••' •Drexel *Heywood Wakefield * Thomasville •O'Hearn Make your selection of a complete group or several pieces from -the .large selection on the third floor. The line is classical... the mood is modern. The^effect .is casual sophistication for your home with HENREDON Italian Provincial furniture . . . styled in rich grained, genuine fruitwood. Here is informal dignity that will be a possession of lasting loveliness and good taste. Buffet 244.50 Table 224.50 1 Arm and 3 Side Chairs 189.50 FURNITURE DEPT. THIRD FLOOR 409-415 E. Broadway Dial 4166 SHOP- Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., 9 a. m. - S p. m. Friday 9 a. rru - 9 p. m. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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