Wednesday Evening, November 13, 1957. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetnblei APPLES-$1.00. Jim Calhoum's, miles west, % mile south Delong. Cider. We have apples in storage. FRES_H chilled sweet cider. Ap- Pies, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sara Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. QUALITY Red and Golden Delicious; apples, Stayman Winesap and cider. Orchard clean-up, you pick, $2.00. Drops, $1.00. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Air port Road. ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, SOT ghum, Kozy Nook Orchard, Vt mile west Rochester on Road 14. Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. . TURKEYS. Alive, dressed or Smoked. Ph. 56071. Mrs. Robert Thompson. ELKINS choice broad breasted turkeys. Oven ready, delivered. Phone 40712. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses MODERN '6 room house, living room, dining room, kitchen and bath,'large walk-in closet down, 3 bedrooms and bath up, coal furnace, close-in, VVestside, al hardwood floors, newly painted new roof, screens all around. Immediate possession $9,000. Call 3413. 2 bedroom modern cottage on Southside, gas heat, nice kitchen, garage, large lot, immediate possession. 3 bedroom modern brick home, E. Bdwy. ZVi baths, large lot, 2 car garage. Shown by appointment only. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Ph. 3063 HOUSE in Idaville. Redecorated inside, and outside. Very reasonable. Mrs. Harvey Jones. CONTRACT, Sell or Trade— 6% acres near Clymers. 2 bedroom modern house. Oil heat. Combination barn, garage. Call 20711 WANT TO TRADE? Owner desire to. trade duplex. $140 monthly income, for improved or unimproved smal acreage near Logansport. Phone 3879. ' 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage, 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph 2489. MODERN home, 2708 East Broad •way. Gas heat, incinerator, dish washer, carpeted. Phone 6460. 120 Acres Located seven miles from city with 85 tillable and productive acres with remainder in woods pasture. Large bank barn, double crib, chicken house, also silo, 2 springs. All modern 3 bedroom home, nice kitchen, large rooms thruout. This home just remodeled with new wiring, new plumbing, new bath, new kitchen fixtures with wooden overhead cabinets, new furnace and new roof. This farm offers comfortable country living, possession Dec. 15th. •East Main St. Extra comfortable and desirable three bedroom in A-l shape. Lovely kitchen with birch cabinets also utility room, den and % bath down, three nice bedrooms and full bath up,'hardwood floors thruout. Price includes rugs, drapes, TV antenna with rotor and R. C. A. Estate gas range. Basement, oil heat, garage. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767—4886—2623 13. REAL ESTATE HOME & business. Attention Electrician, Refrigeration, also good opening for well drilling or tin shop. Aged owner cause of sale. Shop 20x30, garage 20x30, modern 8 room house, 2 lots, small town, state road. Well established business, 21 years same location, plenty of business, $7500. $2000 or more down. This is your opportunity. Tavern, good town, all new equipment. Beer and wine. Rental $50 per month. Business netted $450 last month. $7000. Terms. License can be transferred. Immediate possession. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester,' Ind. ROOM semi-modern house. $4500. 608 South Center St., Flora. LONG TIME Farm Loans at reasonable rate of interest, write or call Bricker Insurance Agency, 65 W. Canal Street, Wabash, In- Latest Market Reports INTERRUPTED RISE A.T.&T, 3rd quarter net income falters after steady increases. ' M 954 A H955 JV -|956-M 957 QUARTIRLY DATA' JUporti Merrii Katx Deaths and Funerals LEHMANN Funeral services for William F. Lehmann, 70, of 517 Wheatland j avenue will be at 9 a. m. Saturday 'at St. Bridget's church. Father Francis Meelian will officiate. Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p. m. Thursday at the funeral home. Hawkins Stockyards 200 to 220 17.15 Burial will cemetery. be in Mt. Csivary Navy ROTC Tests Set For Dec. Navy ROTC college' aptitude tests will be given to 23 Ldgansport high school seniors Dei:. 14 at testing centers in • Lafayette or Indianapolis. Those who pass the tests and subsequent physical examinations will be eligible bo enter college under the Navy program. After graduation from college the candidates will receive commissions as junior officers in the Navy. Deadline for applying to take the tests is Nov. 16. Those taking the tests are: Duane Meeker, Steve Wheatley, j Nelson Becker, Jerry Bentz, Dave Brady, Jim Dixon, Bob Hardin, SPENCER diana. Phones 715 Office 37M Residence. FOR SALE: 5 room all. modern cottage, gas heat, Westside. Ph. 7277 or 3798. 3 BEDROOM all modern house. Will sell on contract. 1809 Smead. and|220 to 240 16.90 240 to 260 16.65 260 to 280 16.50 280 to 300 16.35 Sows 15.75 down Boars .10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Final rites for Orville Spencer, 71, who died at Fond du . Lac, Wis., will be at 1:30 p. m, Friday in the • McClpsky-Hamilton funeral r.ome. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. 4'HOOM HOME with large lot. Robert Dennis, Royal Center 2245. Spear! 4 bdr., excellent cond. Priced right. North! Large dwelling, • investigate, make offer. East Side! 3 bdr., 2 baths, beautiful kitchen, vacant. Daniel Webster! 3 bdr. all modern. 4% G.I. loan. Treen! J bdr., nearly new, only $8,000 contr. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 c. Farm* 160-ACRE farm, good buildings mostly level land, $24,000. Jet- feries Agency, 403 East 13th., Rochester. Dial CA-3-61U. 18 ACRES, rich soil, 8 room house, modern, nice kitchen, new bath, new barn. Cost approx. $4,000. Large shaded lawn, garden between Akron and Rochester. Owner moving to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. 31 ACHE truck farm on U.S. 35, 2 houses, irrigation, implements, trucks, fish pond, see culery, cauliflower, etc. growing. $12,000, easy terms. Dr. Overholser, Winamac. FARM LOANS If you need ready cash to consolidate your debts, to buy livestock or buy a farm you will be interested in our liberal loan plan. BOB AYERS, REALTOR Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 17.90 190 to 220 '.... 17.40 220 to 240 17.00 240 to 260 J 16.85 260 to 280 16.60 280 to 300 16.40 Sows 15.50 down Boars ,. 7.00-10.00 Stags '... 7.00-10.00 MAGGERT Funeral services for Jay V. Maggert, 71, of 1630 Douglas- street, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Miller funeral home in Monticello. The Rev. Edgar Allen officiated. Burial was in Riverview cemetery in Monticello. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens V Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Third Street Market Veals .20 Lambs * : 18 Veal Hides i 12 Beef Hides •. • .04 Plan Annual Coin Exhibit Two-Day Show At Memorial Home Logansport's second annual coin show will be held Saturday and Sunday at Memorial home under the sponsorship of the Logansport Coin Club, assisted by the Kokomo and Fort Wayne Coin clubs, according to Wayne D. Jackson, chairman of the show. The exhibit will be from Eggs .31 CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 8,500; 25-50 mostly 35-40 higher; \o. 2-3, 190-275 Ibs 17.2517.50; few lots No. 3, 270-300 Ibs lots No. 1-2, 42 head lot 76 head No. 2, 17.00-17.15; several 195-230 Ibs, 17.75; 433 acres, 225 tillable, stock and grain farm, ten room modern:'' house two barns and silos, $175' , . Miller's Real Estate, Caltle 18 ' 000 ' calves m - S ' au 8 h : lb ; 1800 S 10.UU. per acre. Rochester, Ind. Son of Former Pennsy Superintendent Here Killed in Accident Funeral services for James Newell, about 22, son of J. P. Newell, former superintendent of the Logansport division, Pennsylvania Railroad, who was killed.in an automobile accident Monday near Bowling Green, Va., were conducted Wednesday at Bryn Mawr, Pa. Newell, enroute back to Fort Benning, Ga. after a furlough with his parents, reportedly fell asleep at the wheel of his car, which collided head-on with aother vehicle during the early morning hours. Two persons in the second car also were killed. The young soldier had just completed basic training and was on his first military leave. His father, now operating vice- I president of the Pennsylvania Rail- jroad, left Logansport in 1940. Pasquale Sacchini Will Is Probated All of the estate of the late Pasquale Sacchini, 76,'who died Nov. 5, was bequeathed to his daughter, Irma Lombardini of Mishawaka, under terms of his will filod for probate Wednesday in the Cass circuit court. It was estimated at $3,000 in real estate and $2,500 in personal property. The deceased nu-med the daughter executrix of th« will and asked that she use the estate for the support of his son, John Sac- chini. The will was dated Aug. 25, 1952. Miller, Babcook and Tolbert £j« the attorneys for the estate. 'jter steers mostly steady; scattered sales of steers weighing over 1300 Ibs and few prime loads -veak; spots 25 lower on high good to average choice steers over 1250 Ibs; heifers fully steady; vealers, stockers and feeders steady; high choice and prime steers ' 26.0027.75; bulk choice 24.50-25.75; good to low choice 23.25-24.50; choice and prime heifers 24.50-25.75; several loads prime around 1050 Ibs 26.00; good and choice 23.00-24.25; good and choice vealers 24.0023.00; standard 18.00. good to Mil Ibs 21.00-23.50; choice and prime 99104 Ibs shorn with No. 1 pelts Sheep 3,000; steady; prime wooled lambs Michigan City Youths Caught After Chase Pair Injured By ' Barbed Wire Fence In Abortive Flight Tom Burnett, 21, and George Gainey, 19, both of Michigan City, were being held in the Cass county jail ^investigation following their capture early Wednesday morning by State Troopers Roy Sheets and Tom Seneaj on U.S. highway 421 in Pulaski county, three miles south of San Pierre. Before they were brought here .the • youths were treated at the Wayne Hartman, Eugene Hilberti Starke county hospital, Knox, for iTom Johnson, Bob Fettig, Ralph | cuts sustained when they ran ijv Levy, Ron Lutes, Jim Moss, Bill " '—'--' •••'-- ' '- "--=•Richter, Joe Sumpter, Bill Withrow, Dave. Baker, Terry Hershberger, Ron Jones, Jim Watts, Jim Powell and Lyle Daugherty. 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and from 12 noon until 6 p.m. Sunday. On display will be large currency, Colonial, foreign and an- Supervisors of Hospital Attend Two Workshops Staff supervisors at Memorial hospital will attend two workshops at Indianapolis Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. They will attend a workshop on •nursing service Wednesday at the Student Union Building of Indiana university. On Thursday and Friday they . will attend sessions at Rice auditorium .in the Public Health building, conducted by the Indiana league for nursing. Those m'aking the trip are Mrs. Mary Renkenber.ger, Mrs. Mary Jean Hiatt, Miss Patricia Mercer, Mrs. A-lma Lehman, director of nurses at Memorial, Mrs. Pauline Kinzie and Mrs. Gladys Black. The last two will attend the Wednesday meeting. Francesville Physician Succumbs Suddenly FRANCESCILLE — Dr. Raymond J. Ives, 70, dropped dead at the Winamac court hou;;e at 1:15 p. m. Tuesday. Born in Illinois, he was married cient coins. Among the exhibitors to Katherine Fitzpatricl:, who is will be Wilson Pollard of Indiana- dead. He was married then to polis, past president of the 1'ndian- apolis Coin club, whoso display of odd and curious coins won a prize in .the national A. N. A. convention in August at Philadelphia. First,' second and third prize ribbons will be awarded in all divisions, and there also will be a ribbon for the best junior display by a collector up to l« years of age. Judges will be Leo Terry of Indianapolis and Dr. Arthur Merritt of South Bend. Marion Watson, president of the Logansport Coin club, declared that this exhibit will, be the largest coin show in Indiana this year. Door prizes will be given, and there will be no admission charge. Dell Schumaker in 1919 at Francesville. He was a 'graduate of Chicago Medical School and had practiced for nearly 50 years. He was a member of the Francesville Methodist church, Pulaski County Medical Association, and the Salem township advisory council. Surviving with the widow are one son, Raymond J. Ives, Jr., principal of the Cutler high school, and one daughter, Mrs. Earl Rhodes of Stuttgart, Ark. Deer Creek Board To Consider Extra Funds December 2 Transfers of funds and additional appropriations for the remainder and fall shorn pelts 20.00. 21.00-21.75; one load good and o£ the year totaling $1,335 will choice shorn yearlings with No. 1 be cons idered by the Deer Creek township advisory board at a meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 2, according to Don Beck, Deer Creek towriship trustee. The only additional appropriation needed is $800 from the township poor relief fund for direct relief. This represents aid given to one family. The transpers will include $120 from the township fund for the increase in the trustee's salary voted by the last General Assembly. All of the other transfers are from the special school fund. They include $675 for school furniture and othe equipment, $90 for loans, INDIANAPOLIS (CP) — Livestock: Hogs 6,000; mostly 25-50 higher; 180-240 Ib 17.75-18.00, some to 13.35, ; ;2-:iO-275 Ib 17.50-17.75; 165-185 Ib 17.50-18.00; 120-160 Ib 15.00-16.50. Cattle 1,800; calves 200; fully steady; average to high choice steers sold to arrive 25.50; choice 25.00; choice heifers bought to arrive 23.00-23.50; good and choice steers in regular trade 22.50-25.50; prime to 26.50; good and choice heifers 21.00-24.00; vealers fully steady to strong; good and choice 24.50-28.50. ISSUE PERMIT A building permit was issued Wednesday morning for construction of a new sewer at the home Sheep 1,500; fully steady; strong!interest and insurance, $50 for to 50 higher; good and choice \ water light and power, and $100 wooled and shorn lambs 21.00- j f or school supplies other than jan- Flight Enjoyed by Flying Farmers Three Rivers Flying Farmers made a group flight Sunday after-j noon from the Williamson airport to Baer Field at Fort Wayne, where they had dinner at the airport restaurant. Those who were present signed cards for two members who are in hospitals. Roland Leslin is--at the Mayo Clinic, and Wendell Davidson is at Memorial hospital in Logansport. The flyers returned to the Williamson airport after dinner. They said there would be no meeting in December because of the holiday to a barbed wire fence in their abortive flight from troopers. Burnett was slated for theft of a license plate in Michigan City and for operating a motor vehicle with improper registration and without a driver's license. Sheets said both, youths were wanted by Michigan City officers for investigation of other crimes. Seneaj was riding with Sheets on patrol when they met the southbound Michigan City car with only one headlight burning at 12:10 a.m. Sheets started after the other car and had chased it only two miles when the youiihs jumped out and started running across a field after .they failed in an attempt^to turn west onto highway 143. The troopers could not see the fleeing youths in the rain and darkness, but at 1 a.m. Gainey, shirtless and bleeding from barbed wire cuts on the left side of his face and on the left shoulder, returned to the car to give himself up. Burnett was found at 2 a.m. in the .conservation headquarters a half'mile north of the car. He had told the conservation officer on duty there that he had had car trouble. After they had been treated for their injuries they were brought to the local jail by Sheriff Ralph Galbreath. The theft of the license plate at Michigan City had not been discovered by the owner until Trooper .Sheets called there. • Mertz, Broughton Dairy Herd Wins Top Output Rating The dairy herd of the Mcrtz and Broughton farm, of Burnettsville, was rated as the top producers in the October Dairy Herd Improvement Association report released Tuesday by Gus Tliias, county agricultural agent. Average milk production for the herd was 1,350 pounds with an average butterfat content of Logansport, Indiana, Fharos-Tribuno Tw*nty-Uu$g BLACK HAND ACTIVE? Links Garbage Hau!ing Racketeers With Mafia St. Bridget's Given Summer Reading Flag A pennant for the highest percentage of pupils participating in Logansport Public Library's summer reading program was awarded to St. Bridget's school Wednesday morning by Miss Mary Holmes, librarian. The school placed first among city schools, with 61 per cent of the students completing the reading schedule. Eighty-three children and 17 adults were awarded diplomas. Of the children, 44 read 20 books and 21 read 30 books. Wednesday afternoon, Miss Holmes presented diplomas to 74 children and 20 adults at McKinley school, and to 136 children and 33 adults at St. Joseph's school. McKinley ranked ninth among the schools, with 35.4 per cent of the children taking part. Thirty- three children read 20 books and 16 read 30. St. Joseph's was fourth, with 550.9 per cent. Fifty-nine children read 20 books and 32 read 30. Diplomas will be awarded at Columbia, Tipton and St. Vincent's schools Thursday. At Columbia, which ranked tenth with 35.1 per cent, diplomas will be presented at 8:30 a.m. to 85 children and 25 adults. Of the children, 45 read 20 books and 27 read 30. Tipton school was eighth, with 35.4 per cent. Diplomas will be presented to 124 children and 24 adults at 10:30 a.m. Fifty-nine children read 20 books and 33 read 30. At St. Vincent's school, 120 children and 16 adults will receive diplomas at 1 p.m. The .school ranked sixth, with 47.4 per cent. Sixty- eight children read 20 books and 37 read 30. WASHINGTON (UP) — A federal narcotics agent today linked • racketeers in the 50-million-dolVar*- a-year New York garboge hauling business wWd fte Mafia under-world. •' • Joseph Amato, New York undercover agent, told the Senate racjc* ets committee that Vincent. i Squillante is considered "an important figure" in the Mafia . arid . some of Squillante's henchmen are. believed to be members. ,. . • Squillante, a labor relations consultant in the garbage hauling- ' | field, is a key figure in the committee's investigation of rack--- eteering in the nation's biggest city. The Mafia, or Black Hand, originated as an Italian secret so-, ciety. Some law enforcement officials long have believed its • af-" filiates are still active in crime", in th"e United States, especially.in , the sale of narcotics. Earlier, the committee heard., testimony linking Squillante with _ Albert Anastasia. the racketeer' slain in a New York hotel barber-' shop last month in an apparent gangland killing, John Montesano, a Nassau Coun- • ty garbage collector, said Squil-' lante took over his trade association of cartmcn and installed a. "tutor" of Anastasia's son as.aa informal "adviser." .. .. Amato, who heads a special nan-.. cotics enforcement unit concerned with the Mafia, described the underworld gang as a "loosely or- * ganized" society, international in- scope, "that exists for the spe'"- cific purpose of smuggling nar-- '' cotics and committing other- crimes." He said Squillante was considered by his office "as a major source of supply of narcotics as well as being a racketeer." Amato said Squillante "has been quite active" in policy and dock rackets as well as narcotics activities. Mrs. Delia Tate, of Monticello, Dies MONTICELLO — Mrs. Delia Tate, 82, of route 1, Monticello, died at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at White county Memorial hospital, where she had been a patient since last Friday. 47.8 pounds. Others among herds were: the top ten A life-long resident of White county, she was born Dec. 12, 1874, to John and Mary Glasgow Neel. She was married Nov. 18, 1903 to John Tate, who died March 19, Fulton Farmer, Son Win Honor In Potato Yield LAFAYETTE, Ind. Nov. 12 - A.- Fulton county farmer and his son have taken the two top places in the 1957 Indiana 400-Bushel potato club competition, Roscoe Fraser, Purdue University extension horticulturist, announced today. Fred Fraser, the father, won the state title with a yield of 477.63 bushels per acre, 'and his son, Jim, carried off runer-up honor with a yield of 464 bushels. Paul Herron, Columbia City, 22.00. CHICAGO (UP) - Produce: Live poultry steady; two day's receipts 302,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Young j itor supplies. hen turkeys 30-31. Eighty Shriners Attend Elk Dinner Eighty members of the Logansport Shrine club attended the elk File Request to Vacate Local Alley A petition to vacate an alley in Logansport was filed Wednesday in circuit court by Theodore and Margaret Klap.p of 2111 Jefferson street and Albert and Angeline Selvio of 211/7 Jefferson. The petition asserts the strip of ground 10 feet by 165 feet adjoining their properties has not been generally used as an alley Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Hibner, route 1, Monticello, with whom Mrs Tate made her home; a sister, Clara Neel, Monti- Carl Rudicel and Sons, 1,195 j ce u 0 . a brother, Edgar Neel, Ida- pounds of milk and 46.9 pounds] vi]le , two granddaughters and one bulterfat; Ivan Meeker, 1,179 and 1957. She was a member of the!with a 442-bushel yield, was third.' Pike Creek Brelhren church. in the state competition. 44.2; 1,181 J. T. Powlen and and 43.4; Russell Sons, Reiff, 1,160 and 40.1; Leonard Wagoner and Sons, 1,094 and 39.4; Risser and Risser, 1,106 and 39.1; Bud Ide, 875 and 38.6; McVay and McVay, 965 and 37.7; and McCombs and Stair, 910 and 37.5. The highest individual cow for a producing period of 305 days or less was owned by Roy McKaig and Sons. Their three-year old grade holstein produced 17,570 pounds of milk with 700.2 pounds of butterfat. Other top producers were owned by the following farms: Henry and Elbert Balsbaugh, Russell Reiff, Carl Rudicel, McVay and McVay, Dale Beck and Sens, Risser and Risser, McCombs and Stair, and Bu'd Ide. The testers were Keith Young and Dudley D. Bridge. Seek Grandmother for years and they ask that it bej | n Kidnaping Case annexed to their land. i T . vrvwM £„;, (Tixn __ It runs from the south edge of Jefferson street to Ihe north edge alley between Twenty-second LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) — Author- df an east-west- Twenty-first • and . . . . [dinner held Tuesday night in the Cheese steady; single daisies j c]ub dining room and longhorns 39-39%; processed Dr c E Thomas one of five loaf 36-37;'Swiss Grade A 42-44; ]ocal hunters who went to Jack . B 40-42; C 35-38. Butter steady; 1,122,000 Ibs; 93 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score of Mrs. Louise Andrews, 226 West; E steady . 14>400 cases . white Ottawa street, at an estimated cost , a extras 50; mixed ]arge ex . Of $500. . lras jo- - . •- . LUCK OF A HUNTER R. J. Batch of 9W North Sixth street went a huntin' yesterday, and his trip was not fruitless. He got nary a pheasant, nary a rab- bitt, but he did kill a 28 inch long blue racer snake near Lucerne. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marlt Smuii, Mgr. Phom SMS tras 50; mediums 43; CUrr6nt 41; standards Enlists in Army Airborne Division Dick Kelley, 17, of 619 Schultz street, has enlisted in the Army son Holes national park, Wyoming, in October on a successful elk hunting expedition, showed pictures of the trip. Fire Damages Delphi Home; Toy Terrier Dies DELPHI"— Fire heavily damaged the home of Ralph Smith here Monday night and killed a toy terrier. The family had their home destroyed by a tornado four years streets. Landis and Michael are the attorneys for the estate. Deer Creek Senior Play Jet Friday, Saturday DEER CREEK—The senior play, "Backwoods Romeo," will be presented at the high school here Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Members of 'the cast include Emmet Hurr, Morris Robeson, Ben Dillon, Phyllis Cohee, Judy Bowman, Lois Downham, Nancy Chapman, Carmen "Kuszmaul, Jane Gish, and Nancy Larimore. Clifford Shriver is stage manager; Rodney Packard, assistant manager; Mary 'Clawson Pastor, ago when they lived on the Amick director; and Patricia Stevens, Airborne division for a three-year j farm near Delphi, term, according to M/Sgt. Frank The fire, apparently stemmed M. Cheves and Sgt. John I. Stan-,from a defective electrical plug, gle of the local recruiting office. JThe Smiths with their son Phillip sistant director. LOANS PLftlH NOTE— AUTd-DR OTHER PERSONAL SECUIITY • CONSOtlDATt MMS • CASH YOU NHD . • MIDICAL IHl$ • ANY 0000 PU>KM Kelley, who is the son of Oscar Kelley. was sworn in Tuesday at Indianapolis and was sent to Fort Knox. Ky., for basic training. He attended Logansport high school. Wed Chaffins, 19, of ro»te 3, Knox, also was enlisted by the local recruiters. He enlisted in the regular Army for three years and will receive his basic training at Fort Knox. TOWN FINANCE CO. GROUND FLOOR OFFICC LOGAN1FORT INDIAN* Fj>h. 3352 tOt i. Iroodwoyl IDAVILLE WOMAN DIES MONTICELLO — Elijah Boiler, an aged resident of Idaville, died at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Monticello Nursing Home. .The body was taken to the Miller funeral home, where pending. arrangements are were at a PTA meeting at Monroe school where he teaches music. Firemen said'Mrs. Smith, returning before the fire reached its peak, .carried out a china closet full of her chinaware. Mrs. Bea Hunt, a neighbor, discovered the fire. Another dog, • a hound-pointer, was made 'ill from the smoke. HIT-RUN REPORTS MOUNT City police received their fourth hit-ana-run report in little more than 24 hours when Terry Hargrove, 2309 Smead street, Wednesday morning reported that his car, parked on .Smead just oft Sunset Drive, had been struck and i damaged th« previous ni^iht. Remove Third Story Of Downtown Building Removal of. the third story of the Nelson Long building, just west of Fifth street on the- north side of Broadway, was begun Wednesday by workers for the Wolf Construction Co. . The project, expected to be completed near the end of the year, was ordered by the Long estate. The story being removed was completely gutted by fire early this year.. and her male companion who they said spirited a 5-year-oid girl from a children's-home at gunpoint, Employes of the Cedars Home :or Children identified the woman as Mrs. J.O. Huddleston, Little Rock, Ark., paternal grandmother of the girl. Alberta Kuklish, superintendent of the home, said a man, about 30 years old, jabbed a gun in her ribs and forced her to the floor, Warning . "I'll shoot and I'm not kidding." Mrs. Huddleston, the man and the little girl, Marilyn Sue Henry, then fled in 'a car Tuesday after- con. Authorities said Marilyn Sue has been the object of a custody battle involving Mrs. Huddleston and the girl's mother, Mrs. Henry Martin. The . gra.ndmother charged that- Mrs. Martin and her second husband illegally removed Marilyn Sue 'from Arkansas. Marilyn Sue had been placed in the home pending settlement of the custody fight. BIG DEAL! W1NNETKA, 111. (UP!— Pho- great granddaughter Friends may call at the Miller funeral home 1 after 3 p.m. Thursday. Services will be held there at 1:30 p.m. Friday, with the Rev. Wayne Lawson officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Annual Corn Banquet AtWoIcottonNov. 19 WOLCOTT—The annual White County corn banquet will-be held at the school gym here Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 6:30 p. m. Guest speaker will be Earl L. Butz, dean of the School of Agriculture at Purdue University. A noted agricultural economist, Dean Eutz just returned to Purdue after a leave of advance of 114 years during which time he served as Assistant Secretary of Agriculture under Ezra Benson. County Agent W. J- Emerson vill present awards and medals, and winning trips will be announced. The dinner will be served by the Wolcott Psi Iota Xi sorority. George Station, president of the White County Banker's Association will be MC for the evening. Report Progress Toward Goal of County United Fund Six more organizations have met or exceeded their quotas in the 1957 Cass County United Fund campaign, according to a report >om UF headquarters. They are: Heppe company, Lo- Three Cars Dartiaged At Tenth and Market Three cars were damaged in a minor collision on East Market, just west of Tenth street, at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday. An unidentified driver stopped suddenly before turning north onto Tenth street, forcing Jerry Stout, 18, of 2222 Jefferson street, to stop quickly behind him. The Stout vehicle was hit from behind by a car driven by David inrmlTC/J.J^rt, .LU. \tJMT ^— A «v I "~«">w "J M ~«» M...~.. wj .uw.Ah. tographer Darwin Curtis, disdain-1 Watkins, 17, state hospital em- ing a light meter, snapped* a picture of London's Hyde Park which won him a nationwide photography contest. He won a light meter. ploye, who was in turn bumpec from behind by a car operated by Garry Boiler, 17, pf 1901 Woodlawn Fred Fraser will receive a trophy donated by the Kroger com- ' pany at the Northern Indiana" Muck Crop show Nov. 22 at Columbia City. The 1957 state champion prw-. duced the winning yield on l«n acres of muck land. The potatoes;, planted May 6, were of the Sebago' variety. They were fertilized with . 800 pounds of 3-12-20 (Sulphate D£ potash). The crop was dusted five- times with 40 pounds per acre of. copper and DDT. • Kewanna Woman Die's.'-'.. After Short Illness KEWANNA - Mrs. Ruth Overmyer died this morning at Car-i neal Hospital, Winamac, after "a. short illness. She was 39 years old. : .1 The deceased woman was born' •'. on Sept. 20, 1918, to Clyde and Ida Compton Elson. She was married" on May 14, 1948, to LaPhon Ovor- myer, who survives. She was a.. member of the Kewanna Mellio- dist church and of the Eastern Star. Survivors include four children at home—Thomas, Daniel, James,Susan; one sister, Mrs, Harriet Stoudt, Kewanna. . . Funeral services will be held 'at 1:30 Friday at th(| Methodist Church under direction of t^e H-ar- •„ rison Funeral Home. The body will be taken to the church at 12:30." • Burial will be in the Kewana IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Tuurs : day. Fire Ruins Machinery,- ..Burns Man at Richland ROCHESTER — A tractor and corn picker on the Walter Bur; kelt farm southeast of Richland his hands. The fire was believed to have started when fodder, which had gansport Disposal Service, Weit- : Center' were destroyed by fire, zel's Standard .Service, Carriage,Tuesday and the operator, Rich-. Barn, American Association of Uni- j ard Burkett, suffered burns ion.; versity Women and the Shiloh Sunday School. Officials said they are making plans for a clean-up operation to :nd the campaign, but the plans iave not yet been completed. At the last meeting of the organizations, pledges totaling' $92,300 were reported. The campaign fooal is S107.350. of ' the. fire ex- blown under the hood tractor, was ignited. A tinguishcr from the Ricfiland Center school was used to put it out. ' '' . REACHES AGE OF 100 MUNCI-E (UP (-Isaac Newton observed his 100th birth anniversary today. A family dinner was ield at the home of one of his :hree sons, with many of his 7 children, 23 ' grandchildren, 50 great-grandchildren and 3 great- great-grandchildren attending. Sehultz Rites Thunday Double funeral rites for Mr*!' • Marcella Ann Schullz, Z4, and her' premature daughter, both of whom died Tuesday at St. Joseph hospital in Logansport, -will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Fry-Lange Funeral Home in Winamac. Rev., Martin Fletcher will officiate. Burial will be in the Crown Hill' cemetery. ' ' SALE CALENDAR Nov. 13—Roy L. Lytle Estate Bridge Auct; v Nov. 13—Berkshire Auction House Teel Nov. 15—Joe's Auction Teel, Au<*t " Nov. 16—Berkshire Auction House Teel' Nov. 16—Mrs. Perry Miller R. Rinehart & Sons' Nov. 20—rFreeman Simms Bridge •' Nov. 20—Fred Scifert Shigley & Vogek Nov. 22—Vsxnice Working ....Murdtti"
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