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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 36

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 13, 1957
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune MISTER BREGER -. - ".' v« "I'm drinking it black—boss is gonna lecture us this morning on office discipline and morale ..." Houseboat Business Enjoying "A Nice Boon" Rain, Mild Temperatures In Hoosierland By UNITED PRESS Rain fell throughout Indiana, today and brought mild .temperatures along with it. By 7 a.m., all areas of the state shared showers, "with Evansville measuring hal£ an inch, Indianapolis less than one-quarter of an inch, and South Bend and Fort Wayne .scarcely enough to count. Meanwhile, a five-day outlook for the period ending next Monday indicated temperatures will aver-age 4 to 8 degrees above normal highs of 43 to 56 and normal lows of 27 to 40. "Generally mild and above normal Thursday and Friday, probably cooling to near normal Saturday or Sunday. Precipitation one- half to one inch with rain likely Thursday and probably Friday and again about Monday." Temperatures ranged from 51 at Lafayette .to 57 at Evansville at their peak points. Tuesday and dropped to moderate readings of 42 north and central to 48 south during the night. Today's highs will range from 55 to 58, tonight's lows from 48 ,to \ 50, and Thursday's highs from 58! to 62. The olJtlook for Friday was | I mild with rain. Community Meal - CHICAGO (UP)—R. J. 1 Peterson contends that a houseboat is a •'symbol of freedom." Peterson, a Gary, Ind.. boat builder, could be prejudiced. He makes houseboats. ' The houseboat industry is not exactly huge, he conceded,' but^ it is enjoying a "nice little boom. Peterson estimated that houseboat manufacturers (there .are only a handful) will produce from .250 to 300 units this year. IE the trend continues. He said, total production next year may hit 600. i "There's a little -Huckleberry Finn in all of us," Peterson said. " "Ever since he read Mark Twain 1n his childhood the average guy has had a" latent desire to build a Taft and float down the river." - Life on a houseboat, Peterson contends, comes close to fulfilling this carefree dream. '•' Most houseboat buyers are nonconformists, he said, "at least to the extent that they have found a •way to escape from daily routine." "We may poke fun at the nonconformist," he said, "but secretly we envy him." Peterson said a good many nois and Mississippi rivers to New Orleans and perhaps: Florida, "It's a nice, lazy life," he said. "I envy them." houseboat owners couples seeking an and economical life. are retired independent But there are many others, he Mr., and Delphi Mrs. W. C. Smock and 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Ralph 'Mtrg- gart will entertain the Junto Club on Thursday night, "Nov. 21, ' at the annual Thanksgiving party. A turkey dinner will be served at the Delphi Country Club at 6:30, Mr. Smock and Mr. Maggart will present the program on "When I was a Farmer and not an Agn- Final meeting of the club year for the Delphi Woman's Club v,jll be held at the home of Mrs. •Robert VanNatta north "of Delphi on Friday, Nov. 22. The Ihe subject for the afternoon is "Education Through Travel." Mrs. Ruth Miller Walker of Lafayette will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Carol Flora will play a piano selection. Hostesses include Mrs. VanNatta, Mrs. Lawrence Mays, Mrs. W. L. Cowdin; Mrs. W. T. Bracke'nridge, Mrs. Wm. H. Bradshaw, Mrs. A. D. Nelson, Mrs. Josephine Mears, Mrs. E. R. Smock, Miss Anna Hardy, Mrs. Ruben Myers and M:rs. William Burroughs. Pfc. Barry Wyman and Faces Charges of Murder in Illinois SALEM, 111. (UP)—A Pennsylvania couple accused in the robbery-slaying of a hitchhiking Indiana Marine today faced a January trial on charges of murder. Circuit Judge Daniel Dailey Tuesday set Jan.- 13 as trial date for Robert Baker and his 17-year- old wife, Trudy Jo. They are accused of killing Larry M. Kirk, Winslow, Ind.; last December in a robbery that netted them only a few dollars. A sanity hearing for Baker was set for Jan. 6. v ' The trial originally was set for July 22 but was delayed by legal moves and withdrawal of three court-appointed attorneys by mutual consent. Chairman of tupper at the church? Responsible for the food on District Club Day? Or is.it time for the family clan to gather at your house? Whenever feeding the many i« your job, it's easier with canned foods. Plan a menu that input people like, is easy to serve and looks plate-pretty, such as this one: broiled or fried chicken, rice tossed with canned mushrooms browned in butter. Baked Green Beaiu and Tomatoes, canned apple or cranberry sauice, rolls, butter, coconut pudding (packaged) topped with canned fruit cocktail and a garnish of whipped cream, and coffee. Naked Green Bears and Tomatoes . • 1 No. 10 can tomatoei 1 No. 10 can cut green or y t cup sugar wax beans 2 teaspoons salt % pound butter or % cup chopped onion margarine 2 bay leaves 3 cups dry bread cubes 6 tablespoons tomstarch 1 quart; grated cheddar cheese Heat tomatoes, sugar, salt, onion and bay leaves. Make a smooth paste of comstarch and 1 cup liquid drained from beans. Stir corn' starch paste into tomatoes. Cook, stirring, until thickened. Remove bay leaves, and add drained beans and butter. Put a layer of tomato-bean mixture in bottom of baking pan. Sprinkle with bread cubes and cheese. Repeat, ending with grated cheese on top. Bake in moderate oven (376 degrees) about 30 minutes. Make* 60 servings, approximately 1/4 cup each. Wednesday Evening, November 13, 19ST. Says U. S. Rejected German Brainpower In Missile Program SOUTH BEND lift—A University of Notre Dame proressor who served with the U.S. Naval Technical Commission in Europe i-ter World War II said Tuesday "there is evidence'' that the U.S. turned down German brainpower that could have put us in front in the current missile race with Russia. Dr. VincCTt E. Smith said "we were ordered to discourage German scientists from thinking they could come to the United States, even though many of them wanted to very badly." Smith, who helped explore Ger practice, but in my experience it was a direct order." Smith said America got about 200 top men in German rocket development, including the developer of Ihe V-2 rocket, Dr. Wernher Von Braun. But ttie Russians got many , scientific and technologicalimore," he said, dvances while working as a spe- . "11 was my experience wewere cialist in radar and infra red devices, said "this policy may not, have been general United States interested only in actual German achievements, not in the scientists responsible," he said. to* on yotir favorite Fboos! PURE BUCKWHEAT FLOOR 5 £ 69c RAYS BUTTER Extm Fr " h P.-* 69c | BLUE RIBBON MUSH * efl£iy To c F : ny 19c ' I PEACHES Halves orSltced I HE AD LETTUCE GRAPEFRUIT large Solid Each Florida Seedless 19c For 39C HOME CROWN 3 LI. Sweet Potatoes 29c ACORN - FINE TO Squash 2 BAKE f .,29c AUTHOR HONORED PARIS (UP) — Japanese authoress Mrs. Kikou Vamata had the distinction today of being the first woman of her country to be named a Knight of the Legion of Honor by France. Mrs. Yamata, who has translated, into French and published her numerous works said, who just "want something a.Arthur Price of Ft. Knox, little different." Houseboats suffered for because they carried of poverty," Peterson said. The Pfc. Ky. were weekend guests of the lat- years : tcr . s unc j € and aunt> Dr . Mrs L H Sm j t h. Both ' and are modern houseboat is no palatial yacht, but it's a far cry from the dilapidated craft the name usually implies. Most houseboats built today have steel hulls which permit them to be beached without damage. Shallow draft flat bottoms enable them to go almost anywhere. Most are powered by outboard motors. The deck house's interior..': is similar to that of a house trailer, •with complete living, sleeping and galley facilities. Peterson said many of his customers take delivery at his River members of the 113th Army Band. Pfc. Wyman resides at Urbana, 111. and Pfc. Price is from Litchfield, Illinois. Mrs. C. T. Amick will entertain the Neighborhood Bridge , Club Thursday night. t ; ves went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams Sunday afternoon to congratulate them on their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Williams were united in marriage in Delphi, Nov. 12, 1907. Close relatives present were her sister, Mrs. Emma Richter of Flora, and his brother, John Williams end Mrs. Williams of Logansport sister. Mrs. Bessie Tim- RocMield. Others from and a mons, Logansport were Dan Dritt, Mr. and.Mrs. Hugh :U1- rich, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams and. son. There .from a distance were Mrs. Ann Thorp, of Aberdeen, N. D. Among the relatives were Mr. and Mrs, Ray Cook of Flora, a niece and her husband. Punch, wedding cake, nuts and i mints were served from a pret- Tuesday tribution to national education. Adlai, Dulles To Confer on NATO Plans WASHINGTON CUP) — Adlai E. Stevenson will be invited to Wash- . , . ,. mlU pUUliOIICU 11CL UUILlCLULla WVlJYa mgton late this month to consult Qn j^p anes e folklore, was award- with - Secretary .of State John art tha ,,„„„ T,,^.,,, p n ,--h»r nm,_ Foster-Dulles, and possibly Pres- identv Eisenhower, on plans- to modernize ' the -North _ Atlantic Treaty Organization, an informed source said today. The President will meet with congressional leaders of both parties Dec. 3 to discuss the American approach at the mid-December NATO "summit" meeting in Paris. Prior to the sessions here, officials said, Stevenson, titular head of the Democratic Party, will be given an opportunity to comment on preliminary administration plans, verbally and i:n writing. Officials hope he will '- I SMOKED HAMS WfLSON'S DUCKLINGS Ger •ELCO SLICED BACON JOWL BACON Lb. 19e Center Cut 89c Butt Cput 59e WfLSON'S DUCKLINGS Genuine Long Island Ib. 59e 49c YACHT CLUB COFFEE Drip or Regular 69c Lb. (Limited) ROYAL tNDIANA PUMPKIN New Pack 2 NO. 2 * 99c Cans A / V OXYGEN EXPLODES ABBEVILLE, N.C.-.(UP) - An- elderly-hospital patient was critically burned Tuesday night when he apparently struck a match under his oxygen tent. Hospital officials identified the man as Luther Brazil, 71, who was under treatment for pneumonia and a heart ailment. 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