Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 22, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 22, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Egypt-Russia Talks Hailed "Successful" By MURRAY 15ROWN United Press Staff Correspondent Russia and Egypt hailed today .the "successful" results of talks in Moscow between Egyptian War Minister Abdel Hakim Amer and top Soviet leaders. But Western diplomats said despite Egypt's claim that "no strings" were attached the Soviet economic loan offer could give the :.,,,,„, .... . , Russians a stranglehold on' the!=' i ' outh Bend and Mrs. Anna L. Egyptian economy. 'Johnson of Lafayette wore wee* °* v . . . ,, . , ... end guests of Mrs. Harvey Elluss. Amer returned to Cairo from his; Mr ° and Mrs , Duane Johnson O r rmss.on to Moscow Wednesday. He. lh msm streot will en t e rlab brought with him a Soviet offer | at a turk dinrer on T hanks:;iv- wood Gardens will entertain at a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day for her daughter and family. Atty. and Mrs. Lewis Mullin, Billj and Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilson were honored with a birthday dinner party Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Verrill and daughter Carol. Other guests included Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Crampton. Rev. and Mrs. 0. P. Manker, Mrs. Fre-d Craven Smith, Dr. Craven Smith, Kr. and Mrs. Earl Ewett, Mino Jo imd Susann, and Miss Donna Hods;es. The Welsons celebrated birthdays on Saturday and Sunday respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Cliprles Armstrong CROSSWORD PUZZLE An.w«rloY«st.pd a y'iPu«zll of 700 million rubies (178 million • f Mrs . Harvey E1!ess Mrs . = ACROSS • 1—In music, high 4—Tim« gone by 8—Shrub 12—Slpzn of zodiac 13—Things done 14—Silkworm 15 —Animal's teat 1C—Uookinpr for 18—Barracudas 20—Virginia wl'.low 21—Behold! 22—Bitttir vetch 23—Scone 27—Prefix: wrong £9—Race oC lettuce 30—Brief 31—Indefinite article 32 —Container 33—Possessed "•t—Compass point "5—Sharpen ?,7—Klver island 3S—Vigor (colloq.) 39—Shortly 40—Ilisrh mountain 41—Sun god 42—Dinner course 44—Expels 47—Training 51—Stalemate fi-—Couple EJ3—Arrow poison, fil—EfM'oro lii—Aid Eli--Order ot whales 57—Conducted DOWN 1—Mountains oC Kurope 2—-.lump 3—Cloths used tor wiping 4— Free ticket (colloq.) 5—HlKh card 6—FllBht at step" . . dolars at the arbitrary exchange A = L Joh ,, son and Mr . . and rate set by Moscow), to help Egypt | >Irs RusseU whitcman and f am ily "develop her economy." | rf Ockley Mr Johr]Son 1s , ;m . ' ployed at the Chrysler plant in Ko- It was almost double what the Soviets promised Syria and far outstripped the estimated 40 million dollars in U.S. economic aid which'was cut off after Egypt nationalized the Suez Canal. United Press correspondent Wilbur G. Landrey said in a dispatch from Cairo that there were indications that much of the aid would come in the form of machinery, mining and technical equipment and factories. Western diplomats saw considerable danger in s uhac deal for Egypt. They said • the Russians could get a grip on the Egyptian economy since they alone could supply the spare parts and replacements which would be needed. President Gamal Abdel Nasser already has mortgaged Egypt's cotton crop to the Communists under his arms deal with the Soviot bloc. Landrey also reported that the , Soviet economic offer would strengthen Russia's position in the Middle East while at the same time restoring much of Nasser's prestige in the area. Diplomats in Cairo were said to fee! the agreement, coming on the heels of the Syrian-Soviet* deal, would have komo. The divorce case of Betiy Jane Phobus vs. Frederick Phebus II, was continued in Carroll circuit court Tuesday after evidence was heard. George Obear appeared for the plaintiff and Kama & Hs.nna for '.he defendant. Mrs. Robert Pearson and Mrs. Robert See.se of Delphi are in charge of a project for collection of used clothing to be sen'; to the Church World Service center at Nappanee from where it will be sent to needy people overseas. A large semi-trailer truck from Hie Nappanee center passed through Delphi and took 50 cartons of clothing which had been collected. The next-collection will be in January, Garments needed are suits, coats, and others. They also request srease from which to make swap. The project is sponsored by the department of Church World Service National Council of Churches by the Brethren Service Conrmisision. The Carro'.l county council will meet Monday at 9 a.m. to consider additional appropriations and transfer of funds which the board of county commissioners consider payments. The items listed are: Clerk and office supplies, S300; DtMI. tr l»IM r 7—Frl.lt cakes S—Actoti 9—Swiss canton 10—Transgression U—Ugiy. old woman 17—Symbol for nerluni in—Pre'poKltion 24—Prefix: not £5—Slave 2G— Cry 27—Church servic* 23—Preposition 30— -Make lie* ">'2 —Companion 113—Part of body 36—Artificial ' 37—Perta'ininB to the Alps 3S—Jjlg'ht color 40—Pertaining to soltl 41—Symbol (or ruthenium 43—Hawaiian bird 44— S-shapcd molding 45— Weary 46—Sow 47—Resort 4S—Public vehicle (colloq.) 4n—Hasten GO—Openwork fatrlo Deaths in News By UNITED PRESS NEW YORK — Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson, 82, cafe society leader who, at 72, startled society by displaying; her bare legs at the; opera, ditd Thursday at her home. In 1947, Mrs. Henderson, a formei: stage beauty, showed off her silk stockinged-leg on opera opening n ght in Sherry's Restaurant in the ar Refining Co., died Thursday at his home. Lineau, who retired in 1943, wrote several books on the sugar industry, contributed articles to trade journals and collected architectural sketches' and designs by his father, Detlef Lienau, a founder of the American Institute of Architects. PALO ALTO, Calif. — Armand Theodore Mercier, president of the Southern Pacific Railroad between 1941 and 1951, died Thursday at the age of 76. He joined the SP Friday Evening, Tvovember 22, 1937. Bake Sale iSat., Nov. 23 at Krofl's Shoe Store by Onward Christian Church Ladies Aid. Metropolitan Opera House and asked, "what's Marlene Dietrich Jin 1904 as a rodman in a survey ;ot that I haven't got?" ing gang. LIKE OAK, Fla.— Cary Augustus Hardec, 81. who served as governor of Florida in the booming twenties, died Thursday after a long heart ailment. Hardee's term as governor. 1921-25, was noted as one of Florida's great periods of growth. NEW YORK — J. Henry Lienau, 86, former managing director and vice president of the National Suj- Card of Thanks To Father Miller, Meehan, Vernon and Msgr. Foley, Dr. South- : worth and staff physicians, Kroe- ^ger Mortuary, those who sent flow- jers, Masses and helped in any way we extend our sincere thanks. Mrs. William F. Lehmann and family. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. Moody's Rug Cleaners. Ph. 7716 Free Pick-Up & Delivery Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Cub Pack Plans Yule Candle Sale Plans for a sale of Christmas candles by members of the Jefferson school Cub Scout pack were made at a meeting of the executive committee Wednesday night. Committee chairman George Ruschkofski announced that a pack meeting would be held at the school next Monday. A Christmas party will be held Dec. 9. The committee will meet again Dec. 4 at the home of Charles Beall, 535 Burlington. considerable impact on other Arab j auditor's office supplies, S350; nations and single out Russia as a '< treasurer's office supplies, $100; potential major source of aid. 'sheriff, maintenance of uniforms,! Reports from Washington said; S200; assessor's office supplies, j the United States is maintaining a trickle of economic aid to Egypt in hones the Egyptians eventually will break away from economic dependence on Russia. The U.S. Wednesday released a $600,000 aid payment to the Nasser government. It was the first grant in American aid since Nasser seized the Suez Canal last year. Delphi Mrs. Robert VanN'atta was hostess to Charles Carroll Chapter D.A.R. Friday afterno'on. Robert Bradshaw. Delphi high school history instructor was the guest speaker. His subject was "Our Founding Fathers." It was announced that the DAR. papers of Miss Edna Kirkpatrick and her $1100; courthouse insurance, $50: Circuit court law books, $1,200; county jail physician, SUM; county home insurance, $200; health officer supplies, $20; expenses of foreign sheriff, ?20; examination of records, $840; repair of ditches, $1,500; Sugar Creek bridge, $2,000; old age assistance, $7,500; to be appropriated from gasoline tax funds, salary of road superintendent, $700; wages of truck drivers and mechanics, $8,000; repair of trucks and machinery, $800; oil $800; hardware, $100; bituminous material, $500; insurance, $750. Mrs. Lewis Mullin, second vice chairman of the Carroll county Federation oE Women's clubs has been named chairman of the 1958 Carroll county heart fund drive BAND TO TOUR U.S. VIENNA (UP)—Austria's famous "Deutschmeister" brass band will leave next January for a four- month tour of the United States, it was disclosed today. The band will appear with other Austrian ensembles on television and in 90 cities in 31 states under the title Vienna on Parade." BATTERY OPERATED REMOTE CONTROL FIRE DEPARTMENT $9.98 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 23)0 It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capl- lol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors nnd Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOGANSPORT 511 Erie Phone 3650 Orient Lodge, Nd. 272, F. and A. M. Stated meeting Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock. —Clclus C. Fitz, W. M. u.i.jo uuiict ivil <vycll.ln,ri cum Ilel '. ,. , .„ , " , . T-, v mr rphn nieces, Mrs. Meredith Jean Sears: whlch will start m Eebruary. The of Anderson and Mrs. Mary Ellen Quota for Carroll _cpunty is $2,300. Lindquist, of Pensacola, F.'a. have teen accepted and they are now members of the Charles Carroll Assisting Mrs. Mullin in making the drive will be: Burlington township, Mrs. Howard Cox and 4-H Chapter i club girls; Burrows, Mrs. Charles The chapter voted money to the Starkey and Mrs Ben Been; Cam- Tamassce D.A.R. approved school! den, Mrs. Robert Reifle and Camin South Carolina and money to'den Literary Cluo members; Cut- tii ... i. _.. i*_ ~*L/r-r>i* ^!t Qi»iTin Inrvic • JPlTIm. help buy a chair for t.he Indiana roam in Continental Hall, Wash- ier, Mrs. Marvin Jervis; Delphi, Gamma Nu sorority and American Legion auxiliary members, ington D. C. Clothinjf was packed *•<*" *"-=>•"" —-——-.. --Wednesday at the library to be i Mrs. Fred Mitchell, auxilary pre- t, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Claw. sent to Tamassee and Kate -, can Smith schools. Guests from! son, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anuer- Frankfort were Miss Martha Au- son, Mrs. Eunice Swi|zer _an<nfirs. •gee, Mrs. Gettis VanBrunt and airs. James Lucas. Other guests were Mrs. Richard Hunt, Mrs. Florence Hooper and Mrs. Robert Justice of Logansport. Assistant hostesses were Mesdames Joseph DeLong, Ruben Myers, Josephine Mears, Mrs. James Obear and Mrs. James Peirce. A Union Thanksgiving service will be hold at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 28 at the First Baptist church in Delphi with Hev. Gilbert Pegg delivering the Thanksgiving sermon. Chief of police Gilbert Underbill Is in Bloomir.gton this week for a 5-day conference on Juvenile training at Indiana University. Mrs. Eunice Swit?x;r of Elm- NOTICK OK AI1MIMSTHATION BTATK OK INDIANA ) ) SS: COrXTY OP CASS } IX TltK CASS CIRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER TERM, 1057 Xotlce U hereby prlven that Tht'Ima C. Scott was, on 5th day o; 1 November, 11)57, appointed Ad- ministratrix of the Kstato of James J. Andrews, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now duo, must file the same in said court within six (G) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims Clara Sims'; Flora, American Legion auxilary, and Mrs. Neal Flora: Rockfield, Rev. Coleman and Boy Scouts; Yeoman, Mrs. Geraldine Goslee and Boy Scou-ts. Miss Kaye McMurray, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul McMurray of Delphi and a student at Indiana university, is among SO girls at the umrcrsity who make up the Hoosierettes drill team. This Is the first year of its organization and it made its first appearance on Nov. 9 at a football game at the university. COMMISSIONER'S SALE REAL ESTATE Such real estate consists of a residence property located at 903 SPEAR STREET, LOGANSPORT and will be sold to the high bidder at private sale at the office of the Trust Department of The National Bank of Logansport, 301% Fourth Street, Logansport. for not less than the full appraised value, which can be obtained by inquiry at such Trust Department, 10 A. M., CST, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1957 and from day to day thereafter with reservation to accept or reject any and all bids. Immediate Possession This residence property has 5 rooms down and 3 rooms and bath up, with good furnace, and closed-in back porch. TERMS: $1,000.00 down on day of sale and balance when deed and abstract are ready. Sale will be subject to 1957 taxes payable in 1058, and subject to the approval of the Cass Circuit Court. Purchaser will be 'furnished with abstract reflecting merchantable title. The National Bank of Logansport, Commissioner Hanna'& Small, Attorneys. RUBBER STAMPS Mode In Our Own Mont 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362; Roy L. Crume ' GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: GI. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana We all know thai- MOHCV IS TIGHT BUT did you know that you can have a Stran- Steel building erected on your property for o«{y 25% DOWN with term i up to 5 y«ars! Atk for our fro* •will be forever barred. Datefl at LoKansport, Indiana, this »th day of November. 1057. KlUubPth Bleker Clerk dt tho Circuit Court lor Onus Coiinty, Indiana Hobert S. Justice Attorney for Estate 8—15 — 22 Special Miami Study On School Mergers PERU — Surveyors from Indiana University are scheduled to arrive in Miami county Monday for a study of Allen, Union, and RichUnd townships with an eye toward school consolidation. Dr. Harold H. Church, director of school surveys at the university, and two of his staff members will report their finding to trustees of the townships and to County Superintendent John Davisson on Wednesday. The-three townships, along with Jefferson and Perry, tried to merge last fail but the move was defeated by an election in Perry township. I.YDIAXA Ai.ooiror.rc JIEVEH- AC!E COMMISSION- 201 ILLINOIS 1II,OO. IMIIAXAI'OT.IS I.E.GAIJ XOTICIO OP rum.ic Notice Is hereby given that the Local Alcoholic Beverage Hoard of CASS County. Indiana. will, at 2 p.m. on tho 9th clay of Doc.. 1?37. at the X. Court Iloom. Court House, in the City (or town) of LosunKjiort, Indiana In said County, betfin inveHtiwatlon of the application of the following nunicd person, requesting tho issue to the applicant, at the locti- tion hereinafter set out. of the Alcoholic BcverRRe Permit of the class hereinafter designated and ivill, at said time and place, receive information eoncernlncr the fitness of said applicant, and tho propriety of issuing the permit npplled for to such apnllcant at t!i? premises named: American Legion No. 60 (Club) Beer. Liquor & Wine Retailer, 416 High St., Lofc-ansport,. Indl- SAID INVESTIGATION WILL BK OPKX TO THE PUBLIC, AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IS RE- QUKSTRD. INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION By E. G. Mlnnlear Executive Secretary Wohl« Klllji Chairman KIDS IN RUNAWAY CAR V/AYCROSS, Ga. (UP) — Five small children rode a run away car at speeds up to 45 miles an lour Thursday. The car, running in reverse, finally backed into a tree. The children escaped unhurt. NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) } SS: COUNTY OP -CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT CO'CRT NOVEMBER TERM, 1357 Xotlce is herehy given that THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPORT was, on the 6th day of November, I9T.7, appointed Executor of the Last Will and Testament and- Codicil of ANNA KLING PETERS, deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must fiU' the raame in said court within six (6> months from the date of the first pufcilca- tinn of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Logansport, Indiana, this Cth dny of November, 11157 Elizabeth Bleker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Myers & Mollquo 212 4th Street Logansport. Indiana Attorney for Estate 8—15—22 SALE JONATHAN APPLES Cider Season Nearly Over. Freeze a Supply Now for the Holidays. Other varieties c>f Apples Available Look for the sign that reads— JASPER FLORY & SON Dick Flary, Manager High Street Road BEAT COLD WEATHER with "Blown-ln" INSULATION Phone 366i5 for FREE Estimates "MONEY FOR YOUK BUILDING EXPANSION* See Our Demonstration Building At WAYNE MYERS STEEL BLDG. SALES % Mi. M.W. of Logansport on Old Royal Center Pika After The Game TAKE HOME A SACKFUL OF Bolins Donuts 14TH * BROADWAY Juit Edit of th« High School For Thanksgiving TURKEY or PUMPKIN FIGURINES TURKEY or PUMPKIN STEM CltS CRANBERRY SHERBETS Always a Delight With Thanksgiving Dinner SEE YOUR DEALER WATTS ICE CREAM 113 Fifth St. Mt. Hope Cemetery Lots • AVAILABLE AT FOLLOWING PRICES 6 Grave Lot $300.00 3 Grave Lot $150.00 Single Grave Lot .. $'55.00 PRICE INCLUDES PERPETUAL CARE Charles O. Shephard, Sexton DANCE AMERICAN LEGION CLUB 416 High St. Saturday, November 23, 9 to 12 pm Music By The Freshman 'Members And Guests WEEK-END SPECIALS POTATOES, 50 Ib. . ............... $1.59 TANGERINES, 3 doz. $1.00 CALIFORNIA ORANGES, 4 doz. $1.00 APPLES, Jonathans & Double Reds lOlbs. ••••• 79c BANANAS, 5 Ib. ..................... 49c Imported Figs, Chestnuts & Dates AU Varieties of Mixed Nuts Open Sunday and! Daily 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. 17th STREET FRUIT MARKET 17th &'Erie Ave. Plenty Freo Parking Space Phone 4258 Beautiful Memorials 69 YEARS EXPERIENCE MEANS HIGHER QUALITY AND LOWER COST TO YOU CaN For Ev«n)ng Appointment Call 2394 for Transportation to our office. Billman Monument Co. 1137 Pliaiant Hilt AT MAIN ENTRANCE OF MT. HOPE CEMETERY PUBLIC LIBRARY Bake Sale Saturday, November 23rd FOSTERS FURNITURE by Metea Juniors ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING Izaok Walton League SATURDAY-9:30-12:30 REVOKED LICENSE Youthful & Overage Drivers SPtCIAl RISK AGENCY "Over Walgreeni" Phone 2277 Thank You We express our thanks to Dr. R. J. Morrical, Memorial Hospital Staff. Riley Hospital Staff and Doctors. Wheatland Ave. Metho. dist Church. Rev. Tom Wcigand, the Fisher Funeral Home, friends, neighbors and others for their many acts of kindness, extended to us during the illness and loss of our beloved daughter. Theodore R. and Ida Mae Lipscomb 2011 North Strut Phon. 4789 OKDER YOUR Personalized Christmas Cards QUICK SERVICE 50 for $1.95 and up Hallmark Cards "The most beautiful in the World" Exclusive with us. TiMBERLAKE'S LITTLE HOLLYWOOD * SPECIAL * EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Roast Turkey And Dressing Whipped Potatoes Gravy Sclad Relish Tray Bread — Butter — Coffee $1.25 Also Our Regular Menu Fish — Shrimp — Turtle Steaks — Chicken Sandwiches — Hot or Cold Drinks 5.00 p. m. to 10:00 P. M. — Families Invited LITTLE HOLLYWOOD AT NORWAY Monticello SCHLOSSER'S ICE CREAM FREE PINT OF ICE CREAM With The Purchase Of A !/2 GALLON OF fCE CREAM AT 89c ALL THESE FLAVOR'S TO CHOOSE FROM PEPPOKMINT STICK-CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE TWIRL-STRAWBERRY THREE COLOIR-BUTTBR PECAN LEMON-FRENCH VANILLA BURKS Open Til 10 p.m. Every Nighr 1230 E. Broadway Phone 5966 BACON ELCO lb .47c RING BOLOGNA miowcM«K u, 47c SMOKED SAUSAGE YEUO w c™ lb 59c GROUND BEEF 3 Lb $1.17 CHOICE BRISKET BOILING BEEF lb 29c HAM HOCKS a , 33c SLICING BOLOGNA 3 lb 1.00 Sliced to suit you 39c Ib. POTATOES U..N.O-. 10 tb 35c 3 9Qr , Lb. A *V POTATOES OR BEAN SALAD HAM SALAD CHARMIN TOJLET TISSUE 4» oll ,39c „ 39c lb 49c PEACHES Princes Fin«»r 2 Can ,45c FROZEN SNOWDROP ORANGE JUICE 4 ' c ~ 69c MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM SPECIALS QUALITY Vi GALLON FUDGE R:PPLE Old Fashion Butter Toffee £, 89c DIETETIC for diabetics and diets Thank You! Cookies Syrups Jellies Pop Candies Fruits NOW SALT FREE VEGETABLES 1 DAY PHOTO FHMISKHNG SERVrCE AND PHOTO SUPPLIES American Expre» Money Order* At All Timer SMITH'S MARKET 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p. m.— Sundays and Weekdays

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