Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 14, 1957 · Page 36
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 36

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune TRUMAN SAYS: "It's Little Late" for Ike's Bipartisan Foreign Policy NEW YORK (UP) — Former President Truman said Wednesday night "it's a little late" for the Eisenhower administration to start toward a bipartisan foreign policy. Walton Reservations for the Past Matrons and Patrons Association meeting to be held November 19 '"The administration inherited" a I should be made by Thursday eve- bipartisan policy and then threw j ning, November 14, with Mrs. Ma- It.out the window," Truman told' newsmen before a dinner at which he' received the fourth annual Human Rights Award of the Joint Defense Appeal, to start now." ' Asked how he E. Stevenson's agreement to discuss.— but not formulate—policy with the State Department, Truman said: "It's a choice a man has to make himself, and 3'm very satisfied he can make a contribution and he will. He's a fine gentleman, and I like him." He said neither he nor former Secretary of .State Dean Acheson had been asked to consult blc Scott, 2095. Mrs. Paul Spcrry accompanied •Mrs. Lewis Siperry and daughters to their home in Greenburg Sun"It's a little late jay. Mr. Sperry remained here t for a few days. felt about Adlai Marshall Collins is a patient at the St. Joseph hospital in Ko-komo. Mrs. Richard Williams and children of Elwood and Mrs. Hershe! Teeter of Lapel were guests Monday of Mrs. Charles Williams and sons. Mrs. Barl Paigs is visiting relatives in Chicago. The Willing Workers class of the th'i Methodist church has changed the Bakers Union Plans to Defy Demands WASHINGTON (UP)—The Executive Board of the Bakery Work-. ers Union appeared ready today to defy a demand by its parent AFL- CIO that it remove union president James G. Cross. The AFL-CIO Executive Council threatened to suspenJ the 150,000- member union unless it complied by Friday with clean-up orders issued last month. Cross called an -eleventh-hour meeting of his board today to consider a reply to the federation's ultimatum. He was charged by the AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Committee with mishandling union funds and making collusive deals with employers. Meanwhile AFL-CIO President George Meany appointed his special assistant, Peter J. McGavin, the administration. Truman told the award dinner that he was more concerned with the extension of civil rights to all Americans than with catching up In the Sputnik race. "Don't worry about the Sputniks," Truman told his listeners. "We can take care of that situation. Let's make sure we preserve the greatest inspiration we can give the world, the liberties and the rights we profess through one of the most wonderful documents in the world — the Constitution of the United States." The JDA, fund-raising arm of .the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'Rith, presented Truman with a bronze plaque. | meeting date from November 29 to November 22. Mrs. 0. A. Dutchess and guest, Mrs. Wilmer Toney of California have returned home from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dutch«ss, 'Massilic-n. Ohio. The Tipfon township Music Boosters have postponed their meeting scheduled for November 18. A joint meeting with the PTA is being planned for December 16 -of the United Textile Workers Union. The textile workers, like the bakers, have been warned they face suspension from the federation if they fail to replace officers accused of corruption. To the comply textile with the workers ultimatum executive board accepted the resignation of union president Anthony Valente and Secretary - Treasurer Lloyd Klener—both accused by the council of misusing union funds. The textile board also agreed to accept a monitor named by Meany to direct other reforms. Cross has said he would be "Unipressers" Observing Their 50th Anniversary By DOC QUIGG United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK CUP)—In this 50th anniversary year of the United Press, thousands of present and I to have for many months. It was former "Unipressers" — toilers i the morning of Dec. 8, 194a. the press association's bureau manager in Singapore, was snoozing peacefully one morning — the last peaceful sleep he was going glamorous and grubby in the round-the-clock business of gleaning and winnowing the news of the world under the logotype "U.P."— have been reminiscing about the life a newsman leads. The- term Unipresser grw out of th cabl addrss of th organization: Uniprss. Anyon who is mployed by the U.P'. automatically becomes a Unipresser. And yet, tiie feeling persists among its newsmen and its far-flung alumni corps that the word Unipresser connotes experience "under fire", in the sometimes frantic race' to catch up with the news and master it. The experience can come in to supervise the cleanup campaign puzz ij ng through a complicated /if tho TTtlitort Tovtilft W/M'toj-e ITn. .?.... _-. __ L :i» court decision or scientific paper. It can come in the tedium of vote counting, in rounding up for publication all sides of a later dispute, in just sitting and watching a jury which has reached a verdict file slowly and gravely into the box. It can come in the tinkling of a telephone bell in the middle of the night. Take this instance, quoted from Joe Alex Morris' new book about the U.P.'s first 50 years. "Deadline Every Minute." Harold Guard, About 4:30 o'clock that morning the telephone rang. Guard: Heilo. Voice: This is Arshad, the office boy, sir. Guard: What's wrong? Arshad (in tears): The beautiful teleprinter is broken, sir. Guard: What broke it? Arshad: It fell from the table. Guard: Why? Arshad: Because the bomb came, sir. Guard: What bomb? Where did it come from? Arshad: From the Japanese airplane, sir. The Japanese are bombing Singapore, sir. The air - raid alarm soundec while Guard was pulling on clothes. If he had not been a Uni- presser before, he certainly would have become a good and true one during those moments of hauling on his pants and shirt. Thursday Evening, November 14, 199F, into a bridge abutment. The car careened into the creek below and Penn was decapitated. The wreckage was discovered when the truck drivers stopped to investigate pieces of Penn's car strewn along the Rock Run Bridge j Find Body of Man In Wrecked Auto ROCKVILLE (UP)-Two Rose-. dale truck drivers late Wednesday! three miles south of here, discovered' the wreckage of an : A coroner placed the time ofj automobile containing the body of death at about 10 p.m. Tuesday. Harvey Penn, 42, Mecca, in a creek along U. S. 41 south ol here. State police said Penn appar- | ently lost control of his car in the rain Tuesday night and smashed Man o' War, who launched his famous 3-year-old racing season by winning the Preakness at Pimlico, hac at least one offspring win a race each year from 1924 through 1953, a span of 30 years. Card of Thanks I wish to thank my neighbors and . Special Every Friday Night All the Fish You Can Eat, $1.00 COLLEGE HILL INN 1115 North Third St. Al and Mary Kline the clean-up orders would Violate! the bakers' constitution. it," he said. Garcia Holds Big Lead for Re-Election MANILA (UP)— President Carlos P. Garcia and his pro-American Nacionalista Party smashed toward a landslide victory -today in the Philippine elections. With 50 per cent of about five million votes counted the 61-year- old president was leading his closest rival, Liberal Party sugar; baron Jose Yulo, by 300,000. And the lead was growing steadily. .. The Nacionalista Party, rejuvenated in 1955 by the late anti- Communist President Ramon Magsaysay, also was assured of absolute majorities again in the bouse and senate. • The only setback for the Naeion- alistas ws the Imost sure tri- limph of liberl Diosdado Macapagal over Jose B. Laurel Jr. for the vice presidency. • Eight senate seats were at ttake. The Nacionalistas were leading for six and the "Liberals for two. In the house races, in which all 102 seats were at stake, the Na- cionalistas had clinched 80 up -to this morning and stood a chance of winning more. Communications lines downed by typhoon Kit, which left 19 dead and many missing as if swept through Central Luzon on election day Tuesday, delayed compilation «f returns. at Walton when a Christmas program will be 'presented. ; guided by any decision the board j "We are resigned to leaving the The Lutheran Women of- the makes. But in a prepared state- AFL-CIO, if we are forced out of church met recently at ithfi home ment last week he said following of Mrs. H. L. Beckley with the topic, "Great Words of Faith," being discussed by Mrs. Homer Logan, Mrs. Keith Kinney, Mrs. Adah Bowyer, Mrs. Halla Lewis, Mrs. James Duckworth and Miss Mary Guy. Reports were made by Mrs. Clark Sncll and Mrs. Clara Braly. Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Lewis received the contest prizes. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Molly Oyler was a guest. Mrs. Kinney wifl entertain in December. Mr. -and -Mrs. Lowell Bruimer and son spent Sunday wilh Mr. Mrs. Harold Stigers at Fort Wayne. LOGANSPORT FIRE DEPARTMENT ANNUAL DANCE FRIDAY, NOV. 15th 9:00 p.m. K. of C. HAUL Public Invited You don't ne*d fo pay $250 to $30O for INCONSPICUOUS ...QUALITY HEARING AIDS FERNBAUGH'S Jewelry Store 416E. PJwy. ((••AT •ONH-MOC MMUNIIfI PRICK GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-SHOP AND SAVE CASH MARKET 1410 Broadway SATISFACTION CUARANTEEC OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9p.m. C BAILEY HOME MADE MINCE MEAT ^C POUNDS 00 osed Saturday 6 p. m Three Peru Men Hurt In Head-On Collision . PERU—-In "fair condition" at a Warsaw Hospital today for observation were two Peru policemen and one firemen who were hurt last ngiht in a head-on collision two miles nortii of Warsaw on Highway 15. I Policeman Kenneth Harrison Buffered facial cuts and a broken riose and possible chest injuries. Policeman Albert Hiner and fireman Lowell Berryman complained of chest pains. All three were iiding in a car driven by Hiner. • Hiner was reportedly going south toward Peru when an unidentified car stalled in the opposite lane of traffic. A third car struck the stalled car and veered into the path of the Hiner car, which was & total loss. QUALITY GROUND POUNDS nO'l'lUU OF E'lATE OP INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) iy THE CASS CTRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER TERM, 1957 Notice is hereby given that Irma l^ombardlni was, on 33th day cE November, IflaT, appointed Executrix oC the Lam Will and Testament of Paauuale Sacchlnt deceased. , All persons having claims | asatnat said t-state, whether orj ziot nou- due, must file the yame •' in said court within aix (6) months li-om the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims •will be forever barred. Dated at Logansport, Indiana, this 13th day of November, 1057. KMzabeth Biekar Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Jliller, Babcoch & Tolbert Attorneys for Estate 14-21-27 JVO'l'lUK OK AlJmiMlSTHA'rtUn STATE Of INDIANA ) ) SS: . COUNTY OP CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER TERM,' 1957 Notice Is hereby Elven that HERBERT F. SMALL, was, on 12th day of November, 1357, appointed Administrator with the "VVI1I Annexed of the estate of SHELBY G. GRAY, deceased. All persons IhavlnK claims aKainst said estate, whether or not now clue, must file the same In said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication or this, notice or said claims will be forever barred. ' Dated at Logansport, Indiana, this 12th day of November, 1957. Elizabeth Blekcr Clerk of the Circuit Court for Casa County, Indiana H.inna & Small Attorney for Estat*- 14-21-27 BABY BEEF LIVER X POUMDS $£.00 *• - QUALITY LARGE BOLOGNA BY THE PIECE X POUNDS $£.00 *i PURE PORK SAUSAGE 3 $£.00 RIB STEAK ROLLED RIB ROAST CHUCKROAST ROLLED RUMP ! VEAL STEAK VEAL LEG ROAST LB. LB. LB. LB. LB. LB. 49* 59* 39* 69* 49* 39* ,We are taking orders for Thanksgiving Turkeys Our Turkeys are Grade A. V. S. Gov't. Inspected JUNEDALE BRAND 4 Reasons They Are Better. Select Quality. Completely Shankless. Better Trimmed. Ready to Eat. HANS Shankless HALF C CENTER SLICED H AM. . . 95c POUND. WE BAKE AND SLICE HAMS TO ORDER SLICED BACON SKINLESS FRANKS CREAM CHEESE PORK CHOPS PORK STEAK 3 IBS. Pound Pound CENTER WB Pound Lean Boston Butt Pound $£.00 39* 49* 59* 49* PAN STYLE POUNDS BAZLEY'S U.S.GRADED BEEF T-BONES .OR Round SWISS C Rummage Sale by Purity Rebekah Lodge. No. 27, Saturday a.m. at Bowling' Alley. | friends for the many beautiful ; cards, flowers and gifts which I received on my 97th birthday. They were all appreciated very much. I —Mrs. Ella Shafer. Model 21CI4O 262 square indict of viewable area ONLY $ 229 EASY TERMS 95 Brand New 1956 General Electric SLIM SILHOUETTE CONSOLE TV with TOP-TUNING • 110* Aluminii«d Picture Tub* • Big, Easy-to-Watch Picture • Dark Safety Window • Dependable General Electric Chauit • Famous G-EDynapewer Speaker IT Top-Tuning — controls are right on top — easy to see, easy to reach! Pi-V'' [%>&.'*&•, NEW HO* AJuminiacd Picture Tub* — — new compact design gives slimmer cabinet, simplifies room decor, Big, Easy-t&-Walch Ficfur* — pulling power increased, for clear reception; even from distant stations. 223 S. Sixth Come in and see it today! . , DON WATSON APPLIANCES Your G-E Dealer Phone 2444 at fe. H.-: H ^c'SS-. KXftx. TURKEYS Beards—Broad-Breasted BRONZ • Flat* your order now STORE HOURS: • Op*n Monday thru Sat" urdoy 7 a. m. «o 9 p. m. • OPEN SUNDAY 'TIL NOON. n-j?« HENS TOMS Fresh Dressed Oven Ready Sold only by Pancini's FwA. FRUITS t VEGETABLES 1 LB. CEILO Cranberries 19c MAINE * POTATOES 10 Ib. Bog 49c * TANGERINES Doz. GOiiDBN FUPE * BANANAS 2lbs. 25c FROZEN * APPLE DUMPLINGS 59c BANQUET-FROZEN * DINNERS P., 59c • Chicken • Turkey • Beef HOLIDAY BAKING THE E CAKE MIXES All Brands i Choc., White, Yellow < WAY For 89c JELLO ALL FLAVORS 3Pk 8 . 19c OGEANSPRAY-300 Cranberry Sauce L 39c NBC HONEY GRAHAM CRACKERS Pkg. 33c TAYLOR-NO. 3 Can Sweet Potatoes L 49c KRAFTS CHEESE Vefveeta 83c tan's MILK DEANS MILK Half Gallons FRI.-SAT.-SUN. DIXIE'S PRIDE 3 oz. can BISCUITS lOc Can COFFEE OROMO VAC. PACK LB. BAlBY BEEF LIVER u,29c All BEEF -BEEF GROUND3 b 97c SUPER MARKET KPACE APIENTV |l20l_EReAENUE FAaClNiS.

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