Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1957 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 20, 1957
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Many Supporters Feel Ike Has Deserted Them WASHINGTON (UP)—There's a, Tommy Manville touch to President Elsenhower's second term honeymoon with big business. Perhaps it never really was true love. spending record for an administration wjiich won office on an economy platform. There's nothing new about that, of course. Only the old timers here recall that FDR campaigned in 1932 on _. . "ioi. i- LJ^ taiupaignea in ivaz 01 Big business, maneuvered by!an economy platform. He prom- some smart politicians such aslised to trim government costs by Thomas E. Dewey of New York, 25 per cent-and he stuck to i put up the brains, th e money and the argument.? to nominate and elect Eisenhower in 1952. They yearned for a friend in the White House afier !ong years of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman. They got their friend in. Now many of the President's former supporters believe he has stabbed them in the back with big spending and high tax policies. Congress Also Responsible Anyone who knows a lick about government is aware that Congress, equally with the President, is responsible for the high rate of government expenditures now proposed, and for high taxes. Businessmen do not know much about government, however, nor do most voters. So Eisenhower is getting all the discredit for the proposed budget for fiscal 1958. ft isn't for a month or so after taking office whereafter he, as has Eisenhower, began spending other! people's money at a big rale, Paul Butler Blames Administration for Congressional Lag WASHINGTON (UP) — Democratic National Chairman Paul M. Butler said today the administration is to blame if Congress is moving too slowly. In a speech prepared for a Women's National Democratic Club luncheon, Butler joined Democratic congressional leaders in defending the record of the Democratic-controlled Congress so far Both President Eisenhower and •enchantment v.-ith Eisenhower were evident recently at lh e Hot Springs, Va., meeting of the gram with greater speed. In other political developments: —The Republican National Committee research staff expressed official recently publicly rebuked Eisenhower. W. H. Doerfner is general manager of GM's Steering Gear Division. A fortnight ago he wrote to the President protesting "your unsound monetary policies and your New Deal - inspired internationla WPA." Chamhcr Also Miffed WPA means Works Progress Administration, one of thc multi- btllion dollar relief and pump- priming projects associated with FDR's Now Deal. The United States Chamber of Commerce, which loved Eisenhower in 1952 and in 1956, doesn't iove him any more. 1'he chamber tagged the President thc other day as the biggest tax collector, of all lime, so far. Eisenhower's is an eye-popping the farm situation, improves but said Republicans "have their work cut out for them" in the Senate race. Reporting again in big cilies in the 1856 election, the GOP group also thought Republicans NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE. WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Rog«r A. Porkor & Ira Cm. INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3738 214% 4lh President Eisenhower. —The Democrats reported a "marked ijain' 1 in Democratic! votes in some suburban areas 'in 19!>(J and said they plan to find out "what started this trend and what 1 we car. do to cncmtraKo it." The statement was made by Mrs, Ratio l/ouchheim, vice chairman of the: Democratic National Committee. Ten Persons Fined In Justice Court On Various Charges Ten persons were fined in the local justice court during the week end as the rasult .of arrests by state police, the sheriff's department, and . the Cass conservation officer. Howard Goshert, 21, pf 176 West Eighth street, Peru, was fined $25 and costs for driving 110 miles per hour. He said he was trying out a new car to see how fast it would run. . Walter Rhoades, Argos, was fined $20 and costs and his right to drive was suspended for one year on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Norman Saylor, route 3, Peru, was fined $10 and costs for using! a dip net out of season, and Floyd j Foster, of 418 Whealland avenue was fined the same amount on a reckless driving charge. Fines of $1 and costs were assessed the following: Cleon Light- fnot, Tipton, Albert Summers Oscoda, Mich., James Byrum route 1, Kokomo, and William Fairchild, Kewanna, all for improper passing; Lyle Trotter, 422 West Broadway, for passing a school bus that had stopped to unload passengers, and Thomas Liltle, SH West Broadway, for driving without a valid operator's license. The arrests were made by Troop ers Larry Wagenkr.echt, John Gaylor, and Richard Kcyes, Deputy .Sheriffs Lionel Davis and Roy King, and Conservation Officer William Kerber. HOW THEY REACHED BENNY ^O Graham Warns God May Destroy World NEW YORK (UP)-.Evangelist Billy Graham warned Sunday night I .hat his Madison Square Garden crusade "may be God's last call ,o this genera'.ion" before the world is destroyed. "I have not only God's word for it that thc end of the world is in sigh'.," he said, "but 1 also have the word of the scientists. "T-lio Iron Curtain countries are arming to thc teeth and we in the West arc arming to the teeth, and wo arc told that in a flash—In a 568 Enrolled In Bible Study ^The Weekday Religious Education classes have an enrollment of 568 children for next year, with :wo schools remaining to be counted, Mrs. Ruth Heinrich -reported at the meeting of the general assembly of delegates to the Board of Weekday Religious Education Sunday afternoon in the Broadway Methodist church. The Rev. Ernest Carroll of this city and Mrs. Howard Phillips of the county were elected as alternates to the executive committee. Mrs. Harry Stei.imetz was chair- 1 man of the nominating committee Following a discussion by the finance and personnel committee chairmen, the board decided not Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. by Sharon Sue Malott, 17, of 221 Center street, and Carl R. JJerndl 49, of 831 Twenty-first street, col- Ilided at Third and North streets at 2 p.m. Tliis diagram Illustrated the digging operations used to reach trapped Benny Hooper, _whn fell down a backyard well in MnnorviHe, N.Y. (International) Structural Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 MOVING SERVICE BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 moment—it la possible to destroy ^ew York with the pusii of a but- .on." Graham addressed an overflow crowd of 19,000—the largest yet in New York—in the fifth night of his irusade. PLAN F. B. MEETING Noble township Farm Bureau members are Invited to attend the Bethlehem township Farm Bureau nceting at the Mctea school at 8 p.m. Wednesday. "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGGY Typing — Mimeographing Offict Printing — Builnou Formt 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 ASK FOR ... BOLINS DONUTS At Your Favorite Grocery, Restaurant or 14th & Broadway WANT OUT OF DEBT? 1*1 Credit Counselors arrange to got you out of debt on payments you can afford. REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH YOU OWE. No Security or Endorsers Needed— One and Only Ono Placo to Pay. CREDIT COUNSELORS OF LOGANSPORT Opan Dully 9 to 5, lxc*pt Wftrt. and SaOtill On*. 401 Hornet Building Phon* 2750 SPECIAL MAY & JUNE Shag Rugs AND Chenille Bedspreads BEAUTIFULLY DYED PHONE 2222 TODAY Four Autos Damaged In Two Accidents Four automobiles were damnged in two traffic accidents on slippery city streets Sunday afternoon a.id night. Edward William Daniels, 3(i, of route I, Logansport, and Eugene F. Cowell, 20, of route 2, Logansport, bolh believed they had thc green light at Fiflh and Broadway at 8:45 p.m., according to the police report. • In tl-.e cither crush, cars driven AOIHT FO* FOR DEPENDABLE INCOME WE RECOMMEND INDIANAPOLIS WATER COMPANY COMMON STOCK; CURRENT PRICE $19.00 PER SHARE •DIVIDEND $1.00 PER SHARE INDICATED YIELD 5,3% Ex«mpt from Indiana Intangibln Tax Thli company luppllct wcitnr to Indlanapolli and suburbs anr! hat paid dlvidnnds In ovory y»ar linen 1926. Call or eoiuo In for dotalls. E. Y. DENHAM & CO. BONDS 304 Fourth SI. MUTUAL FUNDS I'hoiui 3000 DR. W. RAY DAVIS Your Chiropractor For 25 Years, Says: There is a cause for every symptom Have this cause removed and onjoy health. OFFICE HOURS Monday, Wednesday and Friday, afternoons and evenings Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays, Mornings 'till noon 304'/i-4th St. (Over Central Drug Store) 4th St. Entrance PHONE 3365 Shining thru the Shadows Tho Unlit of Uin spin! Is rli.T|];il, shinlnj,' llirniifili K|I:K|UW» of cni'lhly IUHH to KofUm sorrow mid lift lhc hc.'irt wllli its inspiring promises of crowning Klory. John W. Fldlmr I'uncral Director Lnuy Atlimminl Mury IS. (KiiHllntj) Fihllor AMIiULANCK SKKVICIS Fisher Femoral Home Anybody can "say it"... but EASY DOES IT Benefit Dance and Floor Show by Special Deputy Sheriffs Affiliated with Civil Defense SQUARE & ROUND DANCING The Armory Friday, May 24,1957 9-1 2 p.m. Logansport, Indiana $1.00 Donation LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAR1 automatically! "Hand-done" safety for ovory fabric you wash .. oasy as 1-2-3! *• 5 i*paral* wnth and tint* Mm|»rnlur*i inmhtrn fiilirirHl ('OLD fur prerioud w<m|. 71 HIM, WAItM fiirUalluiiiii NylcuiH. HOT fur in liunvy o/t-alnr-fflHL UIIKJH, Only Katy ilium H HI *. 2>in**<J woililng cin<! 3>i|i*ul ipln* try I no I it lu you waab a van ynur motil (lull. a a r moM io n it I ii inorlnni fjihrmn I ho KAHY, (mrti^ff wnyl H«|ihrnlal.v llintttt wnuti mut npln nyolrtH prnlei'l. rinlhiiH, ,. prftvontn nvnr- a or "(J«»/i-«wt" wrJiikJfiitf dating . Auiomiille tootJ itilvdor le(.« you w/mh n full rnmlly ni^ \i Hi. l.md . . ,,„• H ".nidiitH nf Ihu WAtik" n Hi. loiiil,,,or H "jlffv jnl/' •1 Hi. |()nfl,..tiiit(M»iiliPnlly!. HelMiirif !!!!• wnHhur wlMi rlnliL H mount of wittur. You H»VB on unap, wnU.7, Famous Splralutor Waihlng G«ts Cloth** CUaH QuUkor flplrsliitnr pruvaiitii nvn 1 . hifliirn uniform WH«hlnj{ far • vtiry Knnnent. 1'owerfiil nclion llml ifvia avory ((urmont nimftk- ii\g daunt SPECIAL SAVINGS UP TO $100 TRADE IN ON 1956 MODELS W« mutt cUnr floor* for tit* *|inrkllng n(t-n*w EASY WASHERS — to wft'r* clotinfl out th»aa 1956 moduli nt fttiniatlonut invln[jt, r*fju)arly $329.95, irifl»« cJclux* automoMci will ••)! for at low ot $229,95 ihul your old wathir. Hurry, only « Hmlttd cjuontity civntlttbl*. TODD'S "THE STORE THAT SERVICE BUILT" 327 East Market Phon* 3300 Lowe's Little Roofer says: YOU DONT have to wear out you're fly-swatter when you have to wear out your ing Co. install new ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS and DOORS on your home. Permanent investment and no up-keep. Call 3666 today. Reasonable in price — export installation. Just north on Road 17 (Takos about 3 minutes) to apply for- release of the fifth grade until further study. The group voted to give a bonus payment to the teachers and a jift of $100 to the Gideons. Rev. J. J. Saalwaechter showed slides of the program, including the Commencement exercises, anc stated that these are available to any group in the county, with accompanying script. The Rev. M. L. Robinson gave a reviqw of the teacher procurement for this year. Reports were h given by Mel Riley and George Hubenthal. Prayers were offered by the Rev. Jack King and the Rev. Raymond Echols. Dr. Brice Fitzgerald presided. THE STAU. NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A bandit jwas frustrated by a stalling liquor store proprietor who pretended deafness and then doled out bills one by one. The holdupman's nerves finally ga v e way. and he fled, with only $32. stolen from the staller, David Stahl. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 Feathers Wanted. Horton's. 2018 North StrMt Phon. 4789 WESTINGHOUSE SPACE-MATES do laundry double quick! AS Aft. tOW AS $3.90 PER WK." } ft«r imall down payment i *• •. \ they're twice as efficient; save time, space and money! BRIGGS ELECTRIC CO. WBSTfNGHOUSE COMPLETE LINE 203-205 5H, St. p hono 4401 "QUALITY SPECIAL" SEHSATIOKAL worM« flneet Qu SWIVEL BASE Consolette Ensemble •t rt» prict of a table model! UMITiD BUY HOW last Modal Z2223Y in EBONY color. Other colon available, ilighlly higher. ZENITH gives you EXTRA QUALITY Features for BCTTER PERFORMANCE ^Af 21-liuh diagonal m»nLMr« 26? 10,. [neti*» of r«c- tuno,uliir (lictum aiun, ^ ZfNIIH TAI1GCT TUHKET TUNED iu|..r i.niilly. I. hllng 111 ninnrlnaly tluur plctum! nnd kound. if 10,000 VOLIS OF PICTURE POWfll l,>r cl.of.r, ihni|)*r, mot* raallrlk plrturvi, •k CIHHIEAM PICTURE Tllllt i.ll.rt, oH light out Itonl of it...n. i( CINfllrNS PACE PIATt >.du»i i.tl.ollan In llghud * 101' TUNING no li.mllnn. or Hooping lo lun. TV. * SI'OUIGHI DIAt llohlnl clinnn«l nuijihir opp.nf. In £«nl«r of dkil V high. *• kr-MOVABK rACE PIATt GLASS may bt .a.Hy w moy«d for ct«nnlng. Thii ii tKt CMATNT Valu. w.'v. . VM - of. HURRY! w» >annot purcha** mar*— Tat»« Advontng* TOOAYI SPECIAL TfRMS DURING THIS SPKIAl OFFfR TODDS "Th« Star* That Svrvle* »uilt" 337 East Market Phone 3300

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