Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 20, 1957 · Page 32
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 32

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 20, 1957
Page 32
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 2 Newspapers Of Japan Rap Oirard Ruling .Suspended Sentence Termed By Many As 'Not Guilty' CAMP DREW, Japan (UP)— Two of Japan's biggest newspapers today criticized the suspended sentence granted Army S3C William S. Girard on his conviction on manslaughter charges in the shooting of a Japanese woman. The Mainieh! and Asahi termed the verdict handed down by the Maebashi District Court against the Ottawa, 111. soldier "too lenient." The third of Japan's "Big Three" newspapers, the Yomuri, said the sentence was "appropriate" because it had to "be solved •with political considerations." Most Japanese agreed with the sentiments expressed by the Mai- nichi and Ashai. Many felt the suspended sentence was tantamount to a verdict of innocent and that Girard should have served at least a part of the three year term imposed by the court. It was noted that Girard would be free to return to the United States if no appeal is made by the prosecution or defense within the next 14 days. Girard was convicted by the court in the Jan. 30 firing range death of Mrs. Naka Sakai. He was sentenced to three years imprisonment but the sentence was suspended for four years. Camden Members of the Baptist Mission- cry Society will hold their November meeting on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Raynes Wyatt, with Mrs. Edith Patty as co- hostess. Youths of the Lutheran church who are interested in the Luther League will attend a meeting at Parish Hall at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. Kenneth Winslow of California was called here because of the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Ruth Winslow, now convalescing at Memorial Hospital, Logansport. Members of the Jackson Township Farm Bureau and then- families will hold a ham and baked bean supper at the community building on Nov. 27. Members were asked to bring a covered dish and table service. The animal Union Thanksgiving services will be held by the four Camden churches at the Baptist church on Thursday, Nov. 28, at 9' a.m. Attending the Legion Auxiliary district meeting at Warsaw on Wednesday from the Camden Auxiliary were Mesdames Jay Edging, Carl Carter, Keith Arion, Kenneth Brown, and Walter Skiles. The spring district meeting will be held in Camden. WSCS of the Methodist church will meet Thursday evening at the church with Mesdames Chester Hartman and Carl Carter as host, esses. The annual Thanksgiving market will be held by ladies of the Lutheran church from 9-11 a.m. on Nov. 27 at the Soy Seed building. Mr. and Mrs. Bill George and children who have been living in Logansport'have gone to Tuscon, Ariz, for the winter. En route they expect to visit a cousin Bob George and family in Odessa, Tex. The Jackson Township Home Demonstration club' met Wednesday afternoon in the Lower Deer Creek church with the president, Mrs. Eva' Jones, welcoming the group. Mrs. Berniece Wise had charge of the devotions, reading a scriptural poem, "The Setting Sun", and closing with a prayer. Song of the month, "Now Thank We All Our God", was reviewed by Mrs. Edith Oyler and it was sung by the group, accompanied by Mrs. Fredah Gardner at the piano. The secretary's report .was read by Mrs. Inah Caldwell. Mrs. Adrienne McCain read a report from the Year Book committee. The club members were asked to make or buy gifts for the mental health project and leave them at the drug store by Dec. 10. The following committee was op- pointed to get the meal for the workers at the "blood donor" meeting Dec. 4; Mary Willy, Dorothea Duncan and Alta Bohanna. Plans were made for the Yule party at the Methodist church on Dec. 11. The projejct lesson on good grooming was given by Lu- cilleMyers and Fredah Gardner. The officers training school will be held on Dec. 2 at the Lutheran church. During the social hour Mesdames Edith Oyler, Verna Coplen, Mary Sharp, and Maude Jones served refreshments to 23 members and one child. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cree have been visiting their son Wayne and .family in Texas. NOTICE The untlerslEned will soil n.t TuMIc Auction to the hlRhost bidder for cash, one 1955 Ford 8 Fin-e. Conv. Slotor & Serial No. r5FC13-l540 at Hone Luxcm Co., Inc.. Tjo.u'ansport, Indiana, on November 27, 1957, at 10 A. M. taken under terms of Conditional Sale. The undersigned reserves the rlffht to bid at this sale. Commercial Crodit. Corp., G. Mesaros, "Unit Manager '20 ffOTICB The undersigned will sell at Public Auction to the hlchent bidder, for cash, one 1957 Plymouth-G 2 Dr. Plaza, Serial No. 14394192, Motor Nn. T30-151344A, on November 27, 1957 at 30. A. AI. at HemlrirTison Motor Sales, Inc., Ijppianpport, Indiana, taken under term-! of Conditional Sale. The undersigned reserves the to bid at this sale. Commercial Credit Corp, G. Mesaros, Unit Manager 20 Delphi Robert Woods, 20 of Cottage Street was arraigned in City Court Monday on charges of- furnishing liquor to minors. He was fined $15 and costs and was also fined $5 and costs by Mayor Roy Clauser, for having inadequate brakes on his car. He was arrested by city police. Richard Keil, of Flora charged with assault and battery on the person of a Camden lad last month was fined $1 and costs and given 120 days at the State farm by Mayor Clauser. He was arrested by Chief of police Gilbert Under- bill and patrolman Charles Cog- hiU. Glen Lohrman was fined $50 and costs on charges of drag racing in city court Monday and his drivers license was suspended for 90 days. Robert Merrell, Delphi, was fined S5 and costs on charges of drag racing and his drivers license suspended 90 days. He was placed on probation of the City court. Three teenagers and a 17-year old Ockley youth were arrested by Sheriff C. L, Carey as they attempted to sell stolen tools at the Camden elevator Saturday. The tools had been taken from the Forest Hoshaw farm south o:: Delphi and it was discovered that the same boys had taken things from several other farms south of here. They were released from the conn- MISTER BREGER "Notice the very latest in technological development — an ingenious mechanism for manual starting iin case of battery failure!" ty jail Saturday afternoon iu the .custody of their parents. . Mr. and Mrs. George W i n t o n Lamb, daughter Claudia Beth and son Craig and Mr. and Mrs. James French, son Eddie and daughter Marlene will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Craig on Thaniksgiving Day, Mrs. Lelia Ashba, oi: South Washington St. suffered a light stroke Sunday afternoon and was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital. She had phoned her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Brewer, when she became ill, but fell before talking to her daughter. Mrs. Brewer got the call but no answer but could hear the T. V. So sensing it might be her mother drove over there and found her by the phone. She will be in. the hospital for a week or longer. Mrs. Delia Pokel of Rensselaer, and Misses Edith and Minnie Sheldon of Goodland were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Harry Haugh and sons Jerre and Richard. Two Delphi boys were picked up by city police for breaking stained glass windows in the Pilgrim Holiness Church and were released to their parents who are to pay for the windows which the two brothers had broken several times since last June when .they shot cherry seeds through the windows. Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Craig spent the week end at Pokagon State Park on Lake James with a group of Newspaper editors and publishers as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willis. Willis is president of the Republican Editorial Association. A petition by members of Tecumseh Bend Civic association for mail delivery at their homes around the bend has been granted. The homes are being served by a Brookston rural carrier. 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