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Tuesday Evening, May 14, 1957. PUBLIC LIBRARY Neighbor Boy Slays Child; Buries Body Nude Body of Two Year. Old JLisc Jorgenson Found Under Porch of Chicago Home CHICAGO fUP>—The nude body of a 2-year-old girl was found in a shallow grave jnder the rear porch of her home Monday night and police said a teonaged boy admitted the "brutal crime." The girl, Use Jorgesen, who would have been 3 in June, disappeared during the afternoon. Her body was found after a house- by-house search of tr ; North Side neighborhood by Boy Scouts and 150 [x>licemen. Police said Lawrence Madsen, 14. a seventh grade student, ad- fering with an officer, disorderly mitted luring the girl to the base-1 conduct and improper registration. Peru Man Meted Minimurn Fine in Beating of Wife PERU — Ray Stough, 54, who gave himself up at the Miami county jail last week after beating his estranged wife, Vera, of 218 East Third St., got off easy in city court Monday afternoon when he was only fined $1 arid costs totaling $16, on a. charge of assault and battery. A' count of disorderly conduct was dismissed. The cases of the two brothers who gave State Trooper Ward Gillen a five hour chase were continued until next week at the request of their Attorney. J. T. Gunnell. They are Tommy Bowers, 21, and Clarence Bowers. 22, both of Route 5, Peru. Tommy is charged with driving while intoxicated, having no operator's license, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed weapon and j disorderly conduct. Clarence is charged with inter- ment of their three story apart ment after school and strangling her with a dirty white necktie. Madsen lived on the first floor of the apartment with his grand- James Vaughn, 19, of thce Bunker Hill Air Force Base entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of malicious trespass filed against him May 15th by Alice Walker, mother, Maren Madsen, 62, and }l]f case was set for t ria i O n May the victim, daughter of Arnold, 33,| 20(h The a (ndavit charges the air- and Inger Jorgesen, 27, lived on| man with breaking a coffee table the third floor j and pl , nc hj n g a hole in the wall i causing S40 damages. Four Mexicans who were charg- |ed will) disorderly conduct follow- |ing a brawl at the Rainbow Bar in !Peru Saturday niglit were each a total of $16. They were "I just had the urge and I did, it," police quoted vhe Madsen boy| as saying in his confession. Sgt. William Clark and detective Harry Town, discovered the girl's body in the crude grave marked with a sign reading: "Mother's prayers will follow me." Assistant chief of detectives William Touhy said it was not fined Wiliiam Charlie HtHh, 24; Angel Hose Martinez, 18, Route 5, Peru; Hose Manuel Garcia, 22: and Alal- berta Garcia, 22, all of Route 5, determined if thej peru immediately killing was a sex crime. called the murder a crime." He; Child Killed, Five Injured Two of the three youths who were brutal I arrested at a Drive-In Restaurant last week on charges of disorderly conduct entered pleas of not guilty, and their trials were set for May 27th. They were Richard Carswell, 19, 201 West Seventh St., and Lawrence Hensley, 19, Kokomo. The third youth, John Gall. 21, of Kokomo. entered a plea of T1PTON (UPl—Glen Anna Rich, U uilly and was r inccl a tota! of R. Tipton, was killed and five other i 520. members of the Rich family were | Harold Winston, Jr.. 25, 33 E. Injured Monday night when a j j;;i Rn lh St.. was fined $16 for dis- truck rammed a bridge on Ind. 19 i orderly conduct. two miles north of here. I The child's father. Cecil Glen. I 26; mo'her, Heltie. 28. and a sis-1 KniqhtS tO Attend ler. Dclita Karen, .20 months, were!.- - . * Injured seriously. j Two brothers, Fred. 9. and Postal Funds Are Trimmed By 58 Million House-sponsored Pruning Bill Passed By Senate Despite Warning of Postmaster General WASHINGTON (UP)—Congress today insisted on a 58 million dollar cut in _the postal budget de- spile threats of new service reductions. The Senate Monday night passed the House-cut Post Office Department budget and returned it to the House for approval of a minor' amendment. The money bill—first passed by the Senate this year — calls for $3,884,927,000 to operate the Post Office, Treasury departments and the U.S. Tax Court during the next fiscal year. Summerfield had warned that if the bill were passed without restoration of the cuts he would have to reduce postal service in July. Moreover, he said he might need an extra 90 million dollars. Some help may be coming from (Jic House. The House Post Office Committee drove toward final action on the administration's postal rate increase bill. It would boast postal rates 462 million dollars the first year. Other congressional news: Agriculture — The House headed ir.to a debate on die $3,700,000,000 Agriculture Department budget. The House Appropriations Committee cut the budget $272,556,00(1. Some congressmen sought still deeper cuts. Guards — A House armed services subcommittee voled to back an Army plea for more money to maintain the National Guard's drill strength at 400,000. The Army had warned it might have to shut off enlistments next month because of a shortage of training funds. Witnesses told the subcommittee the shortage was caused by the unexpected success of the new Guard recruiting program. 4 Submarines Spotted Off Canada Coast HALIFAX, N.S. CUP)—At least four unidentified submarines -have ibeen sighted off Canada's east . coast in less than a month. The Canadian Navy is. not overlooking fehe possibility that the mysterious undersea craft might -be Rus- isian. ' • ' ! Ti;e latest report, came Monday from the Placentia' .Bay . area where Mr. and Mrs. • John Slade • of Spencer's Cove reported seeing !a submarine near their. home early Monday morning. They said the sub lay in the mouth of the harbor. 250 yards from -shore,'for •half an hour before submerging. 1 Saturday, the St John's (NTid.) Telegram quoted two of five men i who reported seeing a mysterious 'submarine last Thursday. Gerald | McCarthy and Russell Sheppard, jbotli of Harbor Grace, said they ! watched the craft as it surfaced, 1 maneuvered about the tricky har- • bor entrance on the west side of I Conception Bay and then submerged. Two fisherman saw a surfaced sub near New Harbor Island in mid-April and their report was investigated by U.S. planes. Another report came" 1 May 2 from Fairhaven, 18 miles northeast of Placentia. The Royal Canadian Navy, which often investigates the reports in conjunction with the U.S. Navy and Air Force, is reluctant j to discuss what it has found or I what it thinks about the reports, But a Navy spokesman at St. John's said Monday night the possibility that some of the subs might be Russian was not being overlooked. Searches that follow reports of sightings indicate that the unidentified craft are not American. Jef Fighter ln6J10Mile Non-stopi Hop Air Force Establishes. New • Record in .Flight From London to,Los Angeles LOS ANGELES. (UP)—The''Air Force took credit today for staging 'the longest flight of a single-place je'| fighter-plane—a 6,710-mile nonstop hop from London to Los An- State Convention Tony Vitcllo, grand knight, and Danny, 8. also were taken to Tip- j Joseph Loner, deputy grand knight, ton County Memorial Hospital. !"'ill represent the local council as Rich told state police he did not delegates to the annual state con- soc the one-lane bridge over Tur- vention of the Knights of Colum' llls on ^ 20 in In- kcy Creek S'a'.e police said the truck was dianapolis. traveling about ',0 miles per hour i Charles Klpers will attend the when it went on the berm. The' nlcclin S <»' financial secretaries. truck ran on the berm for about < Others from here who plan to at- 75 /cot and [hen hit the .steel ! lpncl inciudc Francis Pen-one, state bridge rail head on. ; advocate, and Thomas Medland, The truck veered into the creek |P ast state (lc P ulv with is feet of rail rammed' Registration will slarl at 2 p. m. through the truck Saturday. The convention Mass State police said visibility Wa3 .Sunday will be at St. John's church poor. CENTENARIAN DIES BLOO.VIINGTON (UP)—Services will be held Wednesday in Eilctls- vilie for Monroe County's oldest resident, Mrs. Mary Adaline Brown. She was more than 100 years old. Mrs. Brown died Monday at the home of a son here. Her father died in a Confederate prison camp in Georgia. with Archbishop Paul Schii'te as celebrant. The convention banquet will be at fi:3(l p. m. There will he business sessions at 9 a. m. and at 1:30 p. m, Monday. MOW FALI, FATAL BRAZIL (UP)—Roy L. Schop- mcyec, 60, a farmer near Brazil, died Monday in an Indianapolis hospital of injuries sustained in a fall last week of his barn. from the haymow Coatsville Man Killed in Crash DANVILLE, Ind. (UP) — Owen F. Miller, 52, R.R. 2, Coatsville, was killed Monday when an automobile went out of control and struck a bridge on Ind. 3G near here. Miller died several hours after the accident in Methodist Hospital at Indiana.polis. In serious condition in the same hospital were Walter McBride, 50, and Walter B. Vaught, 53, both of R.R. 1, Koac-hda'.e. Stale police said the car, driven by Vaught, went out of control when it struck a pool of water while passing another vehicle as it approached the bridge. PLAN' SESSION The Clay township Farm Bureau will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday with Pet and Hobby chib members furnishing entertainment, and members are asked to take cups Tor coffee. Committee members are Mr, and Mrs. Karl Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thias and Mrs. Nellie Ulerick. Teen Forties On Program The Teen Forties of Indianapolis, a trio composed of Arnold McFee and his two sons, will sing in the Barbershop harmony program to be presented in Memorial home at 8 o'clock Saturday evening, May 25, according lo Bill Terry. Two Gary quartets, the Sandpipers and the Dunesmen, which have been selected to represent Indiana at the international Barbershop song fest in Los Angeles in June, will be featured on the program. The Gary chorus also will sing. The Sandpipers were Ihe 1956 Indiana-Kentucky champion quartet. The entertainment also will include songs by the Logansport chorus and two local quartets, the Logan Sports and the Singing Hoos- iurs. The program is being hold here to help the Gary quartets raise funds for their trip lo California. Buying one pair of stockings at a time is false economy. Always buy throe pairs so that when one pops a run, you've the others to match up. In Memoriam for Grace Slaley who passed away | three years ago this past May 12, who is sadly missed by the family. —Mrs. B. B. Smiley, daughter, James T. Staley, son, J. L. Staley, husband. YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! CLIP AND MAIL TO PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Please insert this Want Ad for days. I prefer to start my Want Ad on Write your ad in the spaces below. If you want your name and address in- cluded in the ad, WRITE THEM IN ALSO. Write only one word to a space. Please Print. Words [10 Words Minimum) 10 15 20 25 Figure Your Own Cost 10 Words—1 Time — 90c 10 Words—3 Times—$1.60 10 Words—6 Times—$2.20 15 Words—3 Times—$2.40 15 Words—6 Times—$3.30 TAKE 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH WITH ORDER! Clip and Mail to Classified Department, Pharos-Tribune & Press Your Name Your Address The history-making flight \yas completed Monday when three North A m e ri c a n F100C Super- sabres touched down at International Airport 14 hours, 5 minutes after they left London. The swe.pt- wing jets averaged about 480 mph. The operation was made possible by in-flight refueling contacts with giant Kb50 tanker bombers along the route -vhich took the planes over Scotland, Iceland, Labrador, New York, Detroit and San An'onio. One ,of the Tactical Air Command planes had its plexiglass canopy ripped off in re-fueling. The pilot, Jack Bryanr, 28, Muskogee, Okla., suffered minor cuts over the eye in the mishap but managed to continue for the remaining four hoars of the flight despi e the bitter cold.' The flight commemorated the 350th anniversary of the settlement of Jamestown, Va., first permanent English settlement in the New World. Six jet planes were in the original flight that left London, but three of them landed at Jamestown _ with gifts from the Queen of England. In 1955 a -squadron of Republic F84F fighters flew 5,118 miles nonstop from London to Dallas, Tex., for what was ' then the longest flight by a single - engine jet fighter. . .( Air Squadron Hears Talk on Air Trends Air trends and progress in Soviet ballistic missiles were discussed by Lt. V. E. Tanguy, Jr.. at the meeting of Flight D of the 9593rd Air Reserve squadron Monday night in the city building. Airman Clyde Wilkinson gave the main lecture on the training of air crewmen, and Major C. W. Edson, \ commanding' officer, explained the i ready reserve status. | Capt. H. R. Schmitt will give • the special report next week. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nin» PREVENTIVE MEDICINE LOS ANGELES (UP)—William JJ. Fox, a beekeeper, brought suit 'for $5,225 Sunday against county agriculture inspectors who didn't mind his "bees - ness." Fox charged the inspectors came to Icok for bee diseases but left hives unlocked, exposed the insects to cold temperatures and smashed queen bees. Police Trap Extortionist In Skid Row Confesses Attempt to Extort $5,000 From Wife of Italian Consul General in Disappearance of Son CHICAGO (UP) — A Skid Rowj extortionist today demanded $5,000! for the safe return of Viltorio! Barattieri, son of the Italian consul general here, and police arrested John Hassell, 65, for ques-j tioning. j Hassell admitted he knew noth-j ing of the whereabouts of the youth, missing for almost a month, and said the scheme was intended only to trick the boy's worried parents and get $5,000. The call was made to the consulate. The count is en route to Italy, on official business, and his wife was at New York, where she broadcast an appeal for help in finding her eldest child. . Policewoman Kathryn F e e 1 e y I posed as a consulate secretary to keep the rendezvous with Hassell at a West Madison Street corner. Other police, posing as cab drivers, freight handlers and truck drivers, sped to the scene before 'her, and kept the limousine in which she rode under constant surveillance.. Hassell observed the car .until he was confident he was no 1 being duped, police said and then approached Miss Feeley and demanded the package she held. She handed it to him and police immediately took him into custody. Cass Mental Health Association to Meet The monthly meeting of the Cass county Mental Health association will be held at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday in the administration building of the Logansport state hospital, according to the Rev. Kenneth Brady, president. The choir robes purchased by the organization will be on display and a report will be .made on tha coaxial cable for the closed TV circuit at Longcliff, also purchased b> the group. Five Children Die In Toronto Blaze TORONTO (UP)—Five children were burned to death today in a fire that destroyed an apartment in a converted stone building. 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