Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 21, 1957 · Page 33
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 33

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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Thursday Evening, November 21, 1957. USE TIMER Police Arrest 22 Motorists For Speeding Twenty-two motorists were arrested for speeding Wednesday by city police, who used the electric timer on East Market street near the city limits for six hours. Half of the drivers slated posted forfeit bonds to cover their fines and costs. The timer was' used in a 40- mile-an-hour zone, and none of the motorists arrested was traveling less than 50 miles an hour, 10 miles limit. an hour over the legal clocked, and the bonds were: L. Palmer, 461 Adams, Peru, Drivers who posted forfeit bonds, the speeds at which they were V. 50 miles an hour, $19.75; Leroy Deland, Detroit, 60 mph, $29.75; John Kubbard, Tulsa, 50 mph, $19.75; Melvin Hudson, Van Dyke, Mich., SO mph, $19.75; William Offerie, Ft. Wayne, 50 mph, $19.75; Leslie Kistler, route 1, 57 mph, ?26.75; Morris J. Forlow, Frankfort, 52 mph, $21.75; Kenneth Johnson, Grand Rapids, 52 mph, $21.75; Charles Habegger, Berne, 56 mph, $25.75; C. B. Cline, Kingston, Ark., 52 mph, $21.75; and Arvil L. Ross, 1926 Spear, 50 mph, $19.75. Other drivers slated and their speeds were: Clarence Draper, route 5, Monticello, 53; Clayton Roberts, Renss'ilaer, Mae KaWe, Batavia, Ohio, 53; John Stephenson, Grosse Isle. Mich., 55; Paul Newsom, Columbus, Ind., 55: Sherman Byrd, 938 Rosewood, Peru, 56; Olin Parrett, Huntington, 59; Raymond Dickerson, Stockwell, 55; Melvin Butler, Morris, 111., 50; Herman Flora, 107 West River, Peru, 54; and Martin F. Hoop, 81 East Second, Peru, 55. Tanker Blast Spreads Terror In Naples Port NAPLES, Italy (UP)—A boiler exploded on an Italian freighter a; dockside today, sinking that vessel, capsizing two nearby tugs and spreading terror throughout the busy port area. Two persons were known dead and at least 60 were irjured, about 15 of them critically. 1i was feared that some dockworkers also may have been killed in the blast. The accident occurred when a boiler on the 2,285-ton Annamaria levoli was started up after repairs were made on it. The blast ripped two gaping holes in the hull of the 36-year-old vessel, capsized two adjacent tugs a/id shattered windows throughout the port area. The Annamarie levoli sank slowly in the water as dcckside workers joined in the rescue! of 26 men aboard the freighter and 10 aboard the two tugs. About an hour and a hall! after the explosion the shattered freighter had sunk at its mooring:;, with only the prow above water. Evansville Executive Buys Morgan INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The controlling interest in one of Indiana's biggest family-owned industries, the Morgan Packing Co., Inc., has been purchased by an Evansville steel executive. Walter G. Koch's assumption of 70 per cent of the stock in the state's biggest packing firm became known when his name was inserted in an IndianEipolis; civil court suit filed by members of the IMorgan family to oust Ivan H. 'Morgan as president of the con- Flu Cases Declining INDIANAPOLIS CUP)-Jnfluenza cases added to the Indiana State Board of Health records last week totaled only about one-third of the last preceding* week. The board announced today in its weekly morbidity report that 2,136 flu cases were reported, compared with 5,937 the week before. The year's total now stands officially at 45,303, compared with 1,980 a year ago and a five-year median of 6,035. The morbidity report also showed 'that a case of typhoid fever was added to the list last week, .raising the'J957 cumulative total to 57, compared with 31 a year ago and a five-year median of 32. The latest -case was in Shelby County. corn. Koch was sai:l to have paid ($1,850,000 for the bulk o: the stock. An announcement said he will become chairman of the board and Morgan will continue a!> president. Morgan retains 30 per cent of the stock. Koch has been connected with the International Steel Co., Evansville, as president .and board chairman. Morgan's headquarters is at Austin, where the huge parent plant operates producing canned foods under the "Scott County." label. Other plants are: at Columbus, Franklin, Edinburg, ;5cotts- burg and Brownstown. Koch bought the stock from Morgan's mother, Mrs. Fern. Morgan; his sister, Dr. Margaret Morgan, fromer Indiana state mental health commissioner; another sister, Mrs. T.N. Lyons, and an aunt, Mrs. Helen James. The four women sued Morgan last year asking he be ousted as president. Morgan is Republican THREE BROTHERS GET EAGLE SCOUT AWARDS Cold Blast Whipping In From Canada By UNITED PRESS A broad mass of cool Canadian 9ir descended over the nortnern rim of the nation toddy, causing snow flurries from the Plains through the Great Lakes. . At least; one man was killed I Wednesday night when a sudden, short-lived storm darted out of the cool mass over Detroit. Authorities said at least 15 homes were damaged in a four-block area where Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine French Newspapers Charge Pineau lost In Talks With Dulles PARIS (UP) — French newspapers scored Foreign Minister Christian Pineau today and said France came out on the short end in his talks with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Three top-circulaton dailies, "Le Figaro," "Parisien Libere" and "L'Aurore," all normally pro- American, said the results of the Washington conference were "slim" and "disappointing." The leftwing "Combat" and the Socialist "Paris Journal" ruefully high winds battered the East Side ! described the agreements readied in tornadic fashion. as "limited" and of "relative suc- The U.S. Weather Bureau said j cess." t hestorm followed 'he direction. of a tornado tunnel, ripping roofs from houses and tearing garages from their foundations. One gust of wind ripped off part of the roof of Chrysler Corporation's forge plant, killing one worker and injuring ll others. Below the belt of Canadian air being fed through the northern Plains and spreading in 'all directions, a general cooling prevailed. Nighttime temperatures. were "surprisingly" uniform, according to the Weather Bureau, with 20s common from the western Great truck without « registration plat*. The clmrge was filed by Deputy Sheriff Roy King. Jaycees Hear LHS Coach Members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce heard a talk by Jim Jones, new basketball coach at Logansport high school, at their meeting Wednesday nigbt at PurccU's cafe. Jones talked on the prospects of the basketball team during the coming season. Another special guest was Miss Nancy Van Allen, high school sludent who won the Jaycee Voice of Democracy contest. It was announced at the meeting that the annual Boss Night banquet will be held Jan. 22 at Truck Hits Pole; Driver Uninjured Dale Legler, 25, of Remington, | she'"country Club. Charles Hefley icaped injury when the newly | w jn be chairman. George Cara- escapea !>urchased 1948 model panel truck he was driving crashed into a utility pole and fence late Wednesday afternoon on stale road 13, two .and a half miles east oi Galveslon. The accident, which occurred just -this side of the Cass-Miami county line, was attributed to a Lakes through the northern Plains • blow-out of the right front tire, and Plateau states. Damage to the utility pole was Most temperatures in Three brothers who achieved Eagle Scout rank during the past year are shown receiving their badges from- Overton Hershberger. The boys arc, left to right, James, Stephen and Joseph Reed, of route 2, Walton. SILVER BEAVER AWARDS (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Indiana's flu death toll this fall: chairman for the 9th Congressional has not been tabulated officially [ District, by the health board. But unofficial reports show it has risen to at least 13. BURROWS HOMECOMING Homecoming will be held at the Congregational Christian church at Burrows Sunday with morning services to begin with Sunday school at 10 o'clock and church at Id o'clock. A basket dinner will be served at noon at Hie community hall followed by services at 2 p.m. Since the congregational churches have recently united with the Evangelical and Reformed .churches, all old and new friends are invited to attend. Charles Nielsen is the pastor. Coeds and Convicts To Debate "Eggheads" NORFOLK, Mass. CUP) — Coeds and convicts will'get together Saturday at Norfolk prison colony in a scramble over eggheads in American colleges. The prison debate team faces two Emerson College students, to argue the topic: "Resolved: That the intellectual standards of American colleges and -universities are too low." The prisoners, unbeaten in three years, are heavy favorites. A lifer said this was understandable, as Emergency Evacuation Program Set Eight showings of a color film on emergency evacuations will be held this Friday and Saturday by the local frie department for Sie benefit o£ employes in the two lo.cal hospitals and in nursing homes here. Four showings are scheduled Friday, at 3 p. m. and 9 p, m, at Memorial hospital, at 7 p. m. at the central fire station, lor nursing home personnel, and at 2 p. m. at St. Joseph's hospital. The same number of showings will be held Saturday, at 8:30 a. m., 12:30 p m. and 1:30 p. m. ma'n, "Ken"neth at St. Joseph's hospital, and at -• • 3 p. m. at Memorial hospital. Fred Schmidt of the local fire Ralph Todd, left, of route 3, Logansport, and Floyd M, Kosc, of Monticello, were presented Silver Beaver awards for outstanding service to scouting at the annual Recognition banquet »f the Three Rivers Council Wednesday night. (Story on Page One.) treme South were in the 40s, except for southeast Texas and the southern Mississippi Valley where warming and a few'light showers followed a movement of southerly winds. Extreme lows were reported at West Yellowstone, Mont., 10 below zero, and parts of Colorado and Wyoming, 6 below. estimated at $50 and that to the fence on the Emma Downhour farm, route 1, Galve.*ron, was estimated at $30. Damage to the -truck was $25. Legler was fined $5 and costs in justice court on Jiis plea of bet will be in charge of the Jaycco Christmas home lighting contest. Other guests at the meeting Don Ramer, James Coolidge, Jerry Gibson, Gene Waters, Wilford Broscy and Jim Wclborn. guilty to a charge of operating a lie hearing aid. ELECTRONIC SEEING AID EAST ORANG-E, N.J. (-UP) — An osteopath told today of successful experiments in which a blind woman saw light by artificial means. He said the electronic process may be developed into a sort of seeing aid, comparable to electron- WASHINGTON TWP. PTA Washington township, Cass county P.T.A. meeting was held Tuesday evening in the Washington township school with the president, Paul Burrou's, presiding. The fifth grade sang two patriotic songs and two Thanksgiving selections prior to the singing of a prayer. Mrs. Don Gremelspacher used as her th«me for devotions, "Let's Give Thanks." Future Farmers and their sponsor, Fred Bowyer, conducted a SPECIAL PURCHASE AMERICA'S FAVORITE! PENNY LOAFiR for Work — for Play — For Sports department is program and chairman of the Robert Mosser, Black Brown All She* AA-B deputy state fire marshal in Che division of eductaion, will provide the film,. The programs at ttie hospital were arranged through Richard Doles, Memorial safety director, and Sister Veridia of St. Joseph's staff. Suspend Liquor Permit Of Brookston Tavern Nine suspensions of retail permits for liquor law violations were listed Thursday by "we've got practice." lots of time WOMEN OF MOOSE Women of the Moose met Monday evening in - the Moose Home with the ritualistic and floor work being practiced. Reported ill were Frieda Gerlach, Sylvia Tocco and Alice Ross. Refreshments were served by the Senior Regent, Mabel Williams. The Loyal Order of Moose announced that they would not have the usual Friday fish fry but would have initiation. Dancing on Saturday night will the Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Commission, and the E. & D. Grill at Brookston be to the music of the Five Jacks was among the violators receiving suspensions. ' The Brookston suspension was for 30 days, effective Jan. 6, for minor sale and loitering. for all members and their families. The next meeting will be a regular business session Monday, November 25th, at 7:30 p.m. at which time reports due will include Mooseheart alumni, publicity, library, ritual and hospital. DRAKE IN SUN BOWL EL-PASO, Tex. CUP)—Drake University's once-beaten Bulldogs today accepted an invitation to play in the 22nd annual Sun Bowl football game Jan, 1. 85 AT MIAMI -NEW YORK (-UP)—The highest temperature in the nation was reported Wednesday at Miami International Airport, where the thermometer hit 85 degrees. West Yellowstone, Mont., today reported the lowest temperature—24 below zero. model meeting of that organizat tion prior to the report by Mrs. Carl Hooten. The program chair Richard Willsey, safety specialist of Purdue University, who gave and demonstrated safety including extinguishing different types of fires, the use of ladders, the use of the cornpick- er, use of tractors, rugs and the use of gasoline. 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Ladies 39.99 Girls' Luxury Coat & Legging Set COATS • Shag f t«*w» 0 Ooshmerei Blends » AllWdol Tweeds Beautiful smartly styled coats, copies of S3S>- $45 style hitl. New trans.s«ason colors for now through spring. (10 to 18) (38-44) THE FABRIC STYLING AND QUALITY USUALLY FOWD AT 76,99 to $22 • All Wool Fleece* • Fleck Meltons • Wool Checks Beautiful material, smart!/ styled ond well tailored. Neatly trimmed. • CASHMEM MENDf • FLEECES • IMPORTED TWKOS Sensational volu* at $35. Smart styles, colon and fab- rici. Buy and iav« at thl> low

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