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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, May 21,-1957. Handley's Request Viewed Skeptically By Lake Prosecutor GARY (UP)—Lake County Prosecutor Metro Holovachka said today Governor Handley's prompting on . his county'^ investigation a musical program including numbers by Mrs. Paul Holmes and daughter, Helen Jean; Mrs. Frank Shoff; Mrs. Jack Smith and Janalie and Beckie Smith; Cathy Jane Butcher; Floria Jeane. Stout; Jo Ann Cripe; Linda Adams, Alice Trapp; Nancy Allen and Tommy Helvie. Mrs. Russell RatclKf' told of the highway scandal had "po-;the story of the life of Mrs. Anna litical overtones." jJarvis, the first Mother of Moth- Handley sent a telegram to Hole-'ers in whose memory Mother's vachka today asking action on the Oay is celebrated. Pineapple sher- scanda! and offered state coopera-: bet, cake, coffee and koolade were tion in exposing highway irregu-, served to the 91 persons preset. | larities in Lake County, questionable right-of-way BENNY ALIVE AFTER 24 HOURS IN WELL where! Clarence Shields 'of Los Angel- deals es, Calif., has arrived in Indiana to join memebrs of his family, who are visiting in the Walter Allen home here, the Joe Shields have involved the Tri-State Expressway at Gary. Holovachka immediately an-, swered with a letter. The letter j home in Monticello, and with re- said earlier he asked State High- latives in Shelbyville. The Shields way Chairman John Peters for family are former Flora residents, help in the Lake County end of I Rev. and Mrs. Paul Shields and the scandal. jtwo children of Los Angeles, who Holovachka said he received. a re also here on a visit, were none. . | guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Wal- Holovachka said he had asked Peters for "records concerning irregularities or violations of the lav/" in Lake County. "Until such time as I have re- "I'cords and ter Kelley and children in Carlisle. The Kellys are former Flora residents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leiter attended the indiana Funeral Directors convention at the state your departmnet, | fairgrounds in Indianapolis Thurs- J can do. H010 -:(j a am i were accomanied by ccived information evidence from tfierc is nothing J can oo. «™o-; d , y ; and W(;re accompanied by vachka said. , no() Ryarl| w j, 0 nas been serving a £! year's apprenticeship at the Leiter ' i mortuary here. Mrs. Leiter attend- jed a luncheon for women at noon at the Claypool hotel. Tlie Friendly Circle II. D. club will meet at fi:3fl p. m. Wednesday revelations" on high appraisals orj'" ihu Bachelor Run Church of he knows about the scandal "what he has "read in the nc papers." j Handley told of the telegram in a news conference. He said there have been "some pretty startling Workers performed when they brought seven-year-old Benny Hooper (left) to the surface alive after he had been trapped for 24 hours in a 21-foot well. Aerial photo shows crowd and vehicles around the pit which rescuers dug to get Benny out ol the well (arrow). (International) tend baccalaureate and commence-; with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ment exercises with the graduating! Walter Renick, and family. ' j/irs. Fannie Bitie, Mrs. Everett The Twenty and Five club met Sneli, in the home of Mrs. C. A. 1-ler.drixj Sheets and last week, with Mrs. Earl Smith attended a as assistant hostess. Roll call was answered wilh current events and Mrs. Loren Chittick spoke on "Your Choice." Mr.s. William land for the Tri-Slate. "There's no excuse now to delay action on anything." Handley said. "If anyone, regardless of position or connection, is involved in a crime in operation of any department of state government, I am determined lhat he be exposed and prosecuted." Handley said Prosecut'), John 0. Tinder of Marion County moved "forcefully and swiftly" in the Madison Ave. Kxprcssway scandal a'. Indianapolis and he hopes Holovachka will do the same. "We're giving the judicial every j bit of help." Handley said, • 1 buU lcs we can't force it on them." the Brethren dining room. Mem- Leiter talked on "The Road to Flora The WSCS of the Methodist church held ils annual Mothers and Daughters party Wednesday night. The welcome was given in the sanctuary by the prcsidenl, Mrs. Robert Noble, and thanks for the food was given. Tables were decorated in while with »]jrayn of fcpiroa and spring flowerx. Mrs, Arthur Koup, chairman, and Mes- (liuricK M. It. Adimis, William R<:mley, (joldic Wilcox, Karl Suiilh, Sidney Thompson and William Simmon.') were in charge of arc carry-in .supper. Mm. Noble prc.serilod her co-chairman, ,Mrn. Max Fra/cc, who was in charge ol Uic program. Mr.s, Robert Jones extended u welcome, and the re- npuri.'tc wan given by her daughter, Mrx Jcrilyn Jonc.'t. t;irls prciiRiit- cd a rritimcai program, J'l.'iril.v were presented to . Mr«. U.'iisy (Jre;;; 1 .. the olde.st mother present; Mrs. Gene Michael, the youngest mother; Mrs. Al Kerree, mother ol the moiit living children. Ncvori; unil Mm. Don Hrowor, the youiii;- e:;t niolJter with her (Jau^htL'r jira;<:Mi. Mothers wilh three ({<•'"• eraliofm present were Mrs. Chal- rr.er AllbiitiHh, Mr». IJoyd Tliomun ami Mr«. I'MoHMle IJiirlon. Mi/id JIJMOH played a clarinet >:olo, accompanied by her molher, and Joyce liurtoji ({jive a readiiu;, "While Mines." Judy Norl.licuU nan!/. tK.'ooinpjiiiieil hy Mr«. Kich«rd Keller, and Wendy I'.riKKfi played a piano tiolo. The program cloned with n rhythmic inlerprelii- tlon, while Mr.'i. I 1 '. Knye Ua'.n nang "The l.onl IK My Shepherd," accompanied by Mr:;. Loiter. Mm. Frmik r«rk« and Mnt Fiinult: Richlirr' wenl to Indiana- ]>oli?( lr» vinil. Ihe lormer'K rlaiiHh- lerri, Mlxnen Sara and Mary 1'arkn. They were later joined by Mr, I'arkn ami hilt MIII, Howard, of I'rni, Mr, Uon Kelly of route 1, Delphi, and Mrn. (Jhiude I'nnrwin ol iicnr Ilinrn weru HIIIOIIH llirmc Iroin oilier cornmiirilUeH alLeiiilinii the Mo- Uiera and Dfiiifjitem p/irly »l Lhe (.'hrlKtlini church Wcdneinlay nli'.hl. The (HiiliiK room of the church w;ifi d(;coi'al,ed iiu :i (lower garden for Ilic plirly, Mpomiored by the rhurcli CWI 1 '. Tiiblc.'i were iiel wilh larMi (iiiice trials nru! p.'i^lel favoru. Mm. (ieni'Kc Haiim, K'Miernl chairman, wan in churn' 1 ol Lhe pro- Jirniii. Mm. C'. N. Wlliion H'ivi- Ihe welcome, which wan followed by hers arc urged lo bring guests. Hostesses will he Mesdames John Allbaugh, Jtobert Albaugh, Bob Toler. Robert Scott, Jr., and John llurntlon. The May meeting of the Home Kndeavor H. U. club was held in the home of Mrs. Richard Johnson with Mrs. Roy Prills opening the session. Roll call was answered ny Id, and Mrs. Jack Fulton gave the detvotions, reading "My Moth- i er's Prayer." Mrs. Junior King jguve the last half of the project I lesson on free/.ing, and Mrs. Char- j Gibson gave the history ol j "Carry Me Back to Old Virginia," j leading tiie group In singing it. | Mrs. I.iill While gave Lhe safety lesson and Mrs. Prills reported on the Federated clui) mealing and Ihe county II. D. Tea. .Singing of the II. U. prayer closed Lhe mcoling, and the penny collection and gift .sale were held wilh Mrs. Robert Perigo winning Ihe gil'l, Mrs. J)mi Fogiirly wut; presented girts lor her new daughler, Susan Klaini!. The June meeting will he held in the home of Mrs. Fred Collins, wilh Mrs. I'origo and Mrs. Henry A. Myer assisling. Two International Farm Youth Kxchangi: students from India have arrived in Carroll counly mid Tomorrow." Deanna Pressler, who graduated from the local high school !asl. week, has accepted a position at the Dunkin food market. Miss Frances Renick, a student in nurses training in Indianapolis, \K spending a two-week vacation Mrs. Fred Rodkey, Mrs. Miss Myna Roberson Farm Bureau shop meeting at Lake Manitou, Rochester, The recently. Zinn Manufacturing firm has started erection of a 3,000- square-foot building adjoining their present facilities on Lhe Flora- BringhursL road. Josephine Smith, executrix of Ilic Glen I. Smith estate, and Osta E. Trent, executrix of Lhe Sarah E. Trent estate, have presented and filed their accounts anrl vouchers in final sclllcmcnl. The settlc- Fateful Warning About Suez Given in Strange '51 Prophecy merits will be brought up by the circuit court on June 3 and fi, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Mark McCracken of Bringhurst recently visited their son, Jim, and family at Norfolk, Va. Jim is in the service. Mr. and Mrs. B, B, Lesh of northeast of Flora were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas at Lake Maxinkuckec. Mr. and Mrs. Herman (Skecter) Landis and daughter, Susie, have arrived from West Los Angeles, Calif., for a 10-day visit with relatives. They attended the wedding of their son, Charles, to Donita Peterson. ' Dan Young, who is in the Air Force and has been stationed in Florida, arrived here for a month's vacation with his grandfather, Ed Young, and with other relatives in this vicinity. He will go to Iceland following his vacation. The Flora fl.D. club met in the library clubroom for their May meeting. Mrs. Harold Thompson presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. C. W. Ryan, who is in the hospital. The pledge to the American flag was given and the club creed repeated in unison. Roll" call was answered by 13 members with "What my mother did that's outmoded now." Devotions were given by Mrs. Pearl Gilbert, and a duet was sang by Mrs. Melvin Fisher and Mrs. James Cassell. Mrs. Cassell gave the history of the song ' of the month, "Carry Me 'Back to Old Virginny," and Mrs. John Segrist reported on the Cancer Fund drive, to which the club voted $2. Mrs. Roy Clark gave the last part of the lesson on low calorie meals, which was "Meal Planning for the Day," Two low- calorie meat dishes were served, and Mrs. Laurel 'Booth Rave the safety lesson. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. John Segrisl, Mrs. Wilbert Kenrick and Mrs. Nellie Hawkins. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tbren CROSSWORD PUZZLE An ' wer lo Y " t «"«»v« ACROSS 1—Small flap 4—Suffix: adherent of 7—Lessen 12—Poom 13—The urlal It—Facial expression* 15—Obtained 16—Thoao who play organ IS—Academic subjects 20—Pertaining to the Finns 21—OoBlng-s ::t—Slay 27—Tattcrod cloth 2S—Speck 30—Born HI—Kind of piano 34—British naval hero 3C—Vast HB« :U—Obscuro 39—Burmese demon •10—Perukes 4:—Actions «—Fat 48—Piece lor two 4H—Kncou raffing 53—Sob 64—Railroad station 55—Man's nam? 50—Sesame 57—Coffnlzant of 5S—Conducted 53—Bishopric DOWN 1—Roman parmont <pl.) :—Worship S—Improving aa HEH cinaa ani anon taan Etna anas ms 4 — Comb. Torra: equal 5 — Mo\vm«nt of shoulders fl— Laln-leil 7— VeJic lire sod S— Kino follow (jibing) 9— 'J'hrt'o-toed sloths 10 — Kxpiusive fnbhr.) 11 — Worm 17— MiilliMoiia hurnlrp 19— Krac-h across OM —Man's nnmo V;m's Jiirkname — 'IVmnorury Mi »lt or — Si itch —Hawaiian fn«il trhicd animal 52—MIM oxpleltv* Read the Classified Ads 1 The wo i -C.ncS.ndc*,,. «. conf^ed young men were I>cin 8 held in SI. , " IslllnK thrce calves from Ul9 Joseph County Jail Loday oni ncrtl ° r llle comity homo, loading charges of cattle nislling. jlhoni in Ihe buck of ihoir ulomo- men, Robert Redman, 22,'bile and driving away. in and are spending three weeks home of Mr. and Mm. Sr.'lincpf, near here, and Mr. Mm. Truman I'lank. Mm. Carroll Stout eiiterlaino'l a ;;roup of children lasl weul: in honor of Ihe fifth birthday of her ilaiuihlcr, Ciloria •le:me. Invited Ki"'M.H were Nancy Kay Allen, Tommy and Terry Iliilvie, Sherrie Snillh, Kalhy (iroitier, Uickiu Johnson, Mary Ann Wilcon, S;iridra Turin and Sleviu Hall, (iloriii ./e.'ine'H /jraiKbriollier, Mr«. KiiKKell Italclif, a.'mi.'il.ed in enlerluiniriK wllli t;ame« and Merving rolresli- menlH. Mr. /mil Mm. Arllinr llurmnn of Dayton, Ohio, came lafit week lo iilleml the hinh Kclinol coinineiice- metil exerciKi'K. Mm. llarmnn'N flatiKhlor, Jiinnlla Hall, wu^ amonn Ihe liradiialeiin. The llarmoiiH for- mcrly renided hcrfr, Tin- May rnec!iiu< of Ihe WCTIJ will be helrl lit 'f* |i. m. Friday in Llii! liomi; of Mrs, W, ('.. Amrhmi- horl. A while rilibnri reeniil BIT- vice i:< jjlanued. Mlf.M I'.'mma AJI- clianlinrl. will be !i»Hliil,'iiil. ho.'iti'Mii. Steve Holler wa« hinh Seoul. In .'lellliu; liekel;: for Die Holary- ';pon?iored elreu'i, the proceed;! of wliich win n» I"'" Hi' 1 new Scout cabin hiiililiii;', fund Chuck lien- <lnrl<Him wirt \ti\i nula'intni iiintint! ('lib Scdiil'i. 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