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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 25, 1957
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Monday Evening, November 25, 1957. Latest Market Reports PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 17.90 190 to 220 17.40 220 to 240 17.00 240 to 260 16-50 260 to 280 16.25 280 to 300 16.00 Sows 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 15 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type above quotations 190 to 220 17.15 220 to 240 16.83 240 to 260 16.60 •:60 to 280 16.35 30 to 300 16.10 5ows 15.25 down •oars 10.00 down <tags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Third Street Market Veals „ .20 Lambs 18 Veal Hides .12 Beef Hides 04 Eggs .31 Popejoy Pressing Plant Leghorn Hens 1) Heavy Hens ; 15 CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry barely steady on geese, steady on balance; 232,000 Ibs. USDA price change's: Ducks 2022; ducklings 28; geese 25-26. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 39-39'/4; processed ioaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-44; B 40-42; C 35-38. Butter steady; 843,000 Ibs; 93 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score iers 24.00-25.50; good and choice 5&Vi; 89 "score 57. ivealers 25.0-28.00; load good and Eggs steady; 11,900 cases; white'choice 650 Ib stock steers 23.00. large extras 49%; mixed large ex-| sheep 2,500; fully steady; good tras 49; mediums 41&-42; stand-; to prime vvooled lambs 21.00-23.00; PRODUCTION PEAK Nine months' industrial output, is best on record for period. 1910 112 !»« i|a !(e'50'52''34 'M'57 JANUAKV-SIFTIMtM OF IKH YIAK DaTai F«d»ral R«,«rv» lotird AUrHi Katx • 180-240 Ib 17.50-18.00, some to 18.25; 240-275 Ib 17.'25-1<7.75; 120-160 Ib 15.00-16.25, few 16.50. Cattle 2,500; calves 300; mostly fully 50 higher; good and choice steers 22.50-26.00; standard to low good 20.50-23.00; good to low choice \i/> heifers 21.50-24.00; vealers fuU ylVV|nS steady to strong; good and choice 24.00-28.50, prime to 29.00. Sheep 1,000; mostly 50 higher; good and choice wooled and shorn Iambi; 21.00-22.50 SAN GABRIEL FOREST AFIRE—This Is a general view looking down a canyon on the San Gabriel mountain fire as It sprawls over nearly 25 thousand acres of brush land. High winds whlplashcil the flames as hundreds of residents fled from the area, which is 35 miles southwest of Los Angeles. (International.) CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs'-12,000; steady to 25 lower; In Damages Special Judge Henry Bailey of Peru awarded James Waterson of this city damages of $363 Monday ___ o __ _____ ______ ________ _._ in the Cass circuit court in his No."l°3, 190-230 Ybs 17.25-17.75; 240^ cross complaint against Mrs. 280 Ibs 16.75-17 15 ' "George Cleland of Fulton growing Cattle 14,000, calves 200; slaugh- ,' ^ an auto accident in this city er steers fully 50-75 higher;' h e:.f- ' ™«- Cleland was headed was on ers 25-50 higher; vealers Mly i - Cleland was headed wast on str «t on Dec. 24, 19o4 m ards 43; current receipts 38. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,000; strong to 25 higher; MONEY ON YOUR SIGNATURE OR OTHEK SECURITY $25 to $500 Here quickly and conveniently Loans made to both men and women — married or single — in all walks of life and all types of employment. A Leon Plan For Everyone Phone, write OF come in for the cosft you need ... HOW TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Across From Th» City Building 406 Eaif Broadway l*gan»port, Ind. Phone 2-2-5-2 steady high - choice to prime ! a car ™n<£ by her husband when steers'26.00 - 27.75; bulk choice ™ e ., ^»PPM suddenly between 24.50-25.75; good and low choice SjxBi and Seventh street and the 22.50-24.25; choice and prime heif- Waterson car also headed west, - - - crashed into the rear of the Cleland auto. Mrs. Cleland and the General Exchange Insurance corporation had asked $133.65 in a complaint against Waterson and .he.had asked $463 in a cross complaint. Waterson was represented by the local law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill, and Mrs. Cleland was represented by Attorney L. Owen Bolinger of Kokomo. good and choice yearlings 18.0018.25; deck good and choice shorn lambs 21.75. Local Man Receives A. F. Pilot's Wings Second Lt. Dennis K. McDaniel, son o:f Mrs. Mildred McDaniel, 625 Wilkinson street, received his wings as an. Air Force pilot recently :n a graduation ceremony at Greenville Air Force Base, Miss., following a full year of training and flying instruction. Lt. McDaniel received pre-flight instruction at Lackland A.F.B., Texas, and underwent flight training in the T34 and T28 aircraft at Stallings Air Base, North Carolina. He flew the T-33 jet trainer and earned his wings at Greenville. Portable Radio Reported Stolen A portable radio was stolen from the Lake Cicott post office sometime in the past two weeks, according to the report of the postmaster, Kenneth Webster, to the Cass county sheriff's department, Monday. The radio is transistor typi;, six. by three by one and a half inches. ELECTRIC COOKING TOPS Mrs. Martha Tucker Dies at Camden FLORA — Mrs. Martha E. Tucker died at 8 a.m. Monday at the Goodwill nursing home in Camden. She was 96 years old. .A resident of Flora sinte 1920, she was born in Howard county March 10, 1861 to Marc and Mary Terrell Barber. Her first marriage was in 1884 to Lebi Lennon, who died in 1889. She was- married in 1891 to Lincoln A. Tuoker, who died in 1945. She was a member of the Flora Methodist church for many years. Surviving are a son ^Lennon, Miam . - u hfi Flora; a daughter, Mrs. Paul Kirk- ~ . „ Mrs. Rettie Holloway Of Rochester Succumbs ROCHESTER—Mrs. Eettie May Holloway, aged 76, of .Rochester,; died at 7 a.m. Monday a! the home of her son,-Herman. She had been in poor health for six months. The deceased woman was born on May 2, 1881 in Kosciusko county. She lived most of her life in the Talma community. Her parents were" Ancil and Emiline McIntyre Bryant. She was married in 1901 to Charles D. Holloway who died in 1949. She was a member of the Talma Christian church. Survivors include four sons, Homer, Samuel, Herman, of Rochester, and James of Argos; six daughters, Mrs. Edna Jordan, Mishawaka, Mrs. Beryl Clements, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Elsie Bay, Kent, 3#ch., Mrs. Pauline Occirek and 'Mrs. Edith MUkovich of Kalamazoo, Mich.; Mrs. Irene Hyde of Warsaw; one brother, William of South Bend; five sisters, Mrs. Charles Clark of Milford; Mrs. Bertha Clark of Rochester; Mrs. Henry Bixler of South Bend; Mrs. Clarence O'Connell, Rochester; and Mrs. Ted Landis of Akron; 12 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Arrangements at the Foster and Good funeral home were incomplete. David L, Ensley, 67, Of Peru Area, Dies PEIRiU — David Lawrence Ensley, '67, of route 2, died at 3 p.m. Sunday at Dukes hospital, after an illness of three, years. He was a retired blacksmith. A lifelong resident of Cass and in AND ELECTRIC BUILT-IN OVENS AT MANUFACTURERS BARGAIN PRICES afCTRIC TOPS Modern four burner 24 and 30 inch stainless steel cooking tops with chrorrrolox elements and 7 heat switches. Units may be set on wood or metal cabinets. -REGULAR RETAIL PRICE $200.00 SPECIAL PRICE. . .$50.00 BUILT-IN OVENS FOR EASY IN-WALl INSTALLATION Quality built-in ovens with Robert Shaw controls, automatic telechron clocks and many other features. AVERAGE RETAH. PRICE $219.00 SPECIAL PRICE $60.00 and $65.00 All Tops and Ovens Are New and U. I. Approved if you are building, planning kitchen remodeling or have a summer cottage, these are real bargain*. ___L limited quantity subject to prior sale Having gone out of the stove business.we are offering these bargains to dispose of remaining inventory. Globe American Corporation 100 East'North Street . Kokomo, Ind. Patrick, Bringhurst; three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Mrs. Tucker was the last surviving member of a family.of seven. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Leiter funeral home, where services will, be held at 2 p.m.' Wednesday. The Hev. Kaye Bass will officiate. Burial •will be in Sharon cemetery. Mrs. Tucker requested before her death that friends omit flowers and send contributions to foreign church missions instead. Former Resident Dies at Memphis Word was received here today that Mrs. Esther Zinn, wife of Clarence Zinn, a former Logansport resident, died last night at her home in Memphis, Tenn. The deceased woman taught ;chool in Logansport at one time. Funeral arrangements in Memphis are pending.. The family asked that flowers .not be sent but that donations be made to the cancer fund. CAR DAMAGED Theodore Klapp, 2111. Jefferson street, Monday reported to city police that a substance which caused the paint to peel was Cass county May IS, 1890 to Prior and Alice Ensley. In 19ia he married Ethel Benson, who survives. He was a member of the Denver Brethren church. Also surviving are bis father, route 2; two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Thomas, route 2, and Mrs John Cole, route 5; a brother, Marvin, Denver; four grandchildren •three great grandchildren, one niece and two nephews. Friends may call at the Drake- Flowers funeral home after 12 noon Tuesday. Rites are pending. Three Local Youths In Honor Society Three Logansport youths were initiated into the Fershing Rifles ; honorary military society at Indiana university, last week. They .are John L. Hiekman, 824 High street; Donald J. O'Neill, 2325 East Broadway; and Lance D. Freehafer, 3210 Crescent Drive The Pershing Rifle. 1 ; -perform field problems and services for the university, such as being color guards for football games' and honor guards for Founder's day They have two drill teams, one of which is competitive and the other is display. \ MITEFF VS. GAGUARDO NEW YORK KUP>— Making his second start within a week, heavy thrown on his 1955 model car Fri-j weight contender Alex Miteff wil' day evening while it was parked on East Market street between Fourth and Fifth streets. fight substitute Tony Gagliardo to night in a TV 10-routider at St Nicholas Arena. "O.Jt." My name is Zeb Terry, but my friends oaH me "O.K." as I am the man that says "O.K."- to requests for cash at LOCAL FINANCE. My job is to provide th« best cash loan sarHce in our community. The more, times I can nay, "O.K." the better I will be doing my job. So — if you need money at any time, you can ba sure that'I will do my best to say "O.K."". You can get .a small between pay-day loan or a larger loan and take up to' 24 months to repay. I would appreciate the opportunity to say "O.K." the next time you need moriey. Phone 4594 or see me personally at LOCAL FINANCE, 318.Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana. State Court Upholds Term Of Prisoner INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana Supreme- Court today upheld a state law which authorizes a life term in prison for an habitual criminal. The court ruled unanimously in the case of Forrest Eugene Smith, who was sentenced to life as'an habitual criminal in Vigo Circuit Court six years ago by Judge Herbert R. Criss. At-the time he was sentenced, Smith appealed and the state's lighest court affirmed the convic- Smith appealed again recently, claiming the law is unconstitutional and that it violates the U. S. Constitution's 13th and 14th Amendments, Regarding the U.S. Constitution, the state court said Smith should have raised that issue at the time of his first appeal. But the court ruled unanimously in a decision written by Judge James A. Emmert that.the state law is constitutional. The iaw provides that to be sentenced as an habitual criminal, a defendant also must be sentenced for his third fekmy conviction at the same time. Smith was Dispute Over Location of Atom-Smasher CHICAGO (UP) — Two scientific groups todair disputed the location of a lOO-milliori-doll'ar atom smash- er, which will be- the world's largest when built. Atomic Energy Commissioner Harold S. Vance said the device should be built at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, a suburb of Chicago, But a group headed by Prof. R.O. Rollefson of the University of Wisconsin maintains the huge machine should be erected near Madison, Wis. Wisconsin Gov, Vernon Thompson has appealed to the governors of eight midwestern states to urge President Eisenhower to approve the suburban Madison site. It was believed that the new atom smasher would assure the United States & future lead over "pure" Russia in the field of atomic research. Vance said the commission feels that the maximum usefulness 'could be gained at .irgonne. However, we still luive an open mind on this whole matter." Rollefson's group, all members o.f the Midwest Universities Research Assn., has an office and a laboratory in Madison. He said MURA feels the construction should take place at Madison because the site has solid bed- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seventeen Seek Vaccine Against Rare Blood Disease Only Four Cases Of Rare Malady On Medical Records INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A big drug firm is spending thousands of dollars (a develop a vaccine against a disease believed to have killed one of its employes but so rare that only four i:ases are on medical record. Ell Lilly & Co. revealed a full- scale research program is under way to find a vaccine for protection against B-virus encephalitis, an infection believed transmitted by a monkey bite. Harold W. Snyder, M, Indianapolis, a Lilly laboratory technician, died unexpectedly Nov. 9. He worked at the company's Greenfield, Ind., laboratory aad part of his job was handling monkeys Lilly uses in experiment:! and drug production. Lilly undertook an autopsy to determine positively if Snyder's death was caused by :he virus. Unofficially, spokesmen said, it appeared that it was. Only four eases of B-virus en- cephalities have been recorded in rock to support the multi-ton de-; medical literature and only two of vice and an unlimited water sup-; those four were confirmed by iso- ply, necessary to its operation. Deny Princess And Queen Argue Over Townsend LONDON (UP) — Informed palace sources today dismissed as "silly" reports of a rift between Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth II over Group Capt. Peter Townsend. There were reports the 27-year- old princess was "cold shouldering" the Queen and Prince Philip by not attending functions with them and that she still wanted to marry Townsend. The palace sources did not comment officially on the reports but did say 'the princess "makes her own decisions"—that she is a grown woman who can decide for herself whether she wants to attend various royal functions. The palace sources made it clear they did not wish to make an official statement on reports of the' CHICAGO (UP) — An alarm lation of the virus, Lilly spokesmen said. Lilly officials said thousands of research workers have handled monkeys in hundreds of laboratories over the last 60 days in safety and the chance of infection was extremely remote. Nevertheless, Lilly assigned a team of scientists to work on research it said would take "at least a year," in order to provide "the maximum possible protection for Lilly employes' handling ' monkeys." Lilly sakT apy vaccine developed would be made available for immunization of anyone doing such •work. Dag Supports Col. Leary in UN Dispute By the United Frets United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold gave his full backing today to Col. Byron Leary, whose removal as head of the U.N. truce supervision organization in Palestine is demanded by Jordan. Jordan demanded removal o£ the American Marine colonel on grounds he was "partial" to Israel in his investigation of the latest series of border incidents involving Israel and Jordan. The latest incident was reported in Jerusalem where an Israeli spokesman said armed Jordanians opened fire on Israeli farmers Sunday after several unsuccessful attempts at kidnaping border residents. Israel also accused Syria of opening machine-gun fire on an Israeli village, killing one Israeli and injuring several others. Israel demanded an emergency meeting of the Israeli-Syrian Armistice Commission—the first such meeting requested by Israel in two years. Won't Deal With Leary Jordan's call for the discharge of Leary from his sensitive post came after a week of increasing tensions between Israel and Jordan. Jordanian Foreign Minister Samir Rifai told newsmen his country would no longer deal with Leary. Leary succeeded Canadian MaJ. Cyanide Gas Tank Hunted In Chicago alleged rift. Reports of the rift appeared in Gen. E. L. head of the Burns as acting truce supervision sentenced on a charge of vehicle I th e New York Daily News which j._i • . n.iv/\t-ar1 "fmnn/lo nf tlia rvrMni-ince** taking. Delphi The Turkey dinner for members of St. Joseph's Church and their families scheduled to be held at the K. C. Hall Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock was postponed on account of the death of Bishop Bennett, until Sunday evening, Dec. 1 at the same hour and place. Members of tile committee are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Delaney,. Mr. and Mrs. Francis O'FarreU, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daly and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coomey. Reed C. Brackenridge is deer hunting in Northern Michigan. Bob Hall and Robert Pearson who have been on a hunting trip to Northern Michigan got a bear and a buck deer. Justus Musselman who is convalescing from" surgery at St. Elizabeth hospital has been Inamed cheer club member by the Lions Club for this week. He is in room 209, at St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette. Mrs. Martha Douglass, 87, who died at Royal Center Monday is a grandmother of State Trooper Dale Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. Douglass attended final rites at the Harrison funeral home there Wednesday. -. Postmaster R. L. Sieber has been ill at his home since Thursday of last week. Mr. Sieber who is under observation and treatment was. • feeling much better Thursday. Mr.- and Mrs. Walter Clawson left Thursday morning for a free five-day trip to Nassau, Bahamas Islands. Mr. Clawson is a dealer in utilities on .South Washing-' ton street in Delphi. A number of claims have been entered against the estate of the late Walter Calhoun based on alleged services rendered to Mr. Calhoun. Entering the claims are: Irvin Calhoun, $15,000 plus a second claim of $2,080; Faye Calhoun, $25,000; William Webb Calhoun, $3,000; Elmer Hayes, $5,000;' Henry J. Robertson, $5,000; Louise G. Robertson, $5,000.' Bishop and Bishop and Charles Boomershine are 4he attorneys in .We matter. The case has been referred to the; trial docket of the Carroll County Circuit. Court. AIRMEN GIVE BLOOD PERU—Bunker. Hill Air Force personnel gave 151 pints of blood Friday to the. Fort > Wayne bloods- mobile. A total of 156 donors has been assigned and only five were rejected, said , Mrs. Lillian Eck, Miami County' Red Cross blood program chairman. quoted "friends of the princess" as saying: "Princess Margaret, still head over heels in love with Peter Townsend, has made a tearful new appeal to her family\for permission to marry the divorced commoner.,.she was turned down sympathetically, tactfully and flatly...as a result, Meg has begun cold-shouldering her royal duties." On Sunday Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Express said the princess was cutting out some of her royal engagements to try to lead her own life and that Queen Elizabeth doesn't like it. >went out to Northwest Side residents today warning them to beware of a container of deadly cyanide gas, stolen from a service station where the user had set it down temporarily. The tank was a portable type with a shoulder harness and equipped with a 4-foot hose and a lor.g nozzle. It had been the; equipment of Julius Schintgen, a' 49th Ward employe in the Department of Sanitation and he had been using it in a tour of rodent extermination. Schintgen told police he set the container down for a moment to enter the washroom of a service station. When he emergad, the tank was gone. group when Burns took over the United Nations Emergency Force. Hammarskjold in effect rejected the Jordanian complaint and suggested that a Jordanian representative discuss it with him personally. A statement issued by the U.N. in New York said "Coloncil Leary continues to enjoy the full. personal confidence of the secretary-General." Result of Incident The complaint arose because Jordan was annoyed with Leary's handling of its complaint that armed Israeli soldiers penetrate! Jordan last week and kidnaped a Jordanian farmer. Israel has said only that it captured an "infiltrator" inside Israel, An Israeli foreign ministry spokesman said Israel probably will return the "infiltrator" within a few days. He called the move "routine" and denied that Israel is bowing before a Jordanian ultimatum to "take action" if the man was not returned. Meanwhile members of the Israeli-Jordanian Mixed ArmisticB Commission flew to the border i Araba to investigate two Israelis who al- Must Carry Fight To Enemy, Says Clarence E. Manion SOUTH BEND (UP)-Clarence E. Manion, former dean of Uni- The Sunday Express said the | Police warned that a whiff of the j versity of Notre Dame's Law last week. princess' frequent absences from : fumes might prove fatal royal occasions in the past few i They feared that children might weeks have caused "speculation i have stolen ^ the^ tank, ^ and that and concern" in Buckingham Pal- " " a "ray-gun" or such device in play. School, said Sunday night that the U.S. in fighting communism should follow famed Irish coach Knute ace circles. Illinois Debaters Win Annual Contest Held at Purdue LAFAYETTE (UP) — The 10th Plan Appeal of Decision Against Dave Beck, Jr. Annual Invitational Forensic Con-! SEATTLE (UP) — Legal ar- ference at.Purdue University was: rangements for an appeal of the won by the debaters of Augustana I grand larceny conviction of Dave College of Rock Island, 111., Satur-1 Beck Jr. were begun today by day. ' Charles S. Burdell, defense at- Augustana's P h i 11 i p Bubbart; torney for the son of Teamsters they would be tempted—because j Rockne who said "the best way to of the turn-on nozzle—to use it as defend your own goal line is to keep your opponents busy defending theirs." Manion spoke on his national radio program "Manion Forum." "To defend America, we must carry the fight deep into enemy territory and keep it there," Man^ ion said. "Realistic reconnaissance discloses that the battle lines of Socialists, Communists and One- now fabricated into noose that tightens a strong around us whever the line is pulled REPORT PEEPER Police Sunday night were called to the east, end when a telephone operator called in a report of a window peeper on Emmet Drive. The peeper was described as about 21 "years old, 5 feet 10 inches, with blue eyes and blond, curly hair. FINALLY MISSES A GAME EDINBIIRG (UP)—Howard H. Mutz, an. Edinburg businessman and an Indiana University trustee, missed his first Indiana-Purdue football game in 50 years Saturday because of flu. beat out two Butler University students and- a U.S. Military Academy cadet for individual honors. Cadet George Walker, Buth Anne Clark and Ted Walwick tied for second place. Washington University of St. LQUIS was second in the field of 19 schools from all parts of the nation which argued ther question—resolved: that membership in , a labor organization as a condition of employment should be illegal. Other schools in order of finish were: University of Pittsburgh; University of Arkansas; Butler; University of Illinois; U.S. Military Academy; Southern Illinois University; University of Wisconsin; DePauw University; John Carroll University; Indiana University; University of Notre Dame; .Ohio State University; Wayne University; Purdue; Case Institute of • Technology; Waljash College, and University of Utah. F. M. Blasingham Dies at Morris, III. Word was"received here today by relatives of' F. G. Blasingham that he died Sunday at Morris, 111., after a sudden illness. He was 84. • The deceased man grew up in Logansport and left here when a young man. Survivors also are Maude and Sue Blasingham, and Mrs. J. F. Kirtz, all sister of Logansport. A brother, Harry Blasingham, lives in Indianapolis. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Blasingham of Logansport. REPORT LIGHTS BROKEN John Null, 918 Sherman street, reported to city police Monday that all of.the light bulbs on the billboard on Biddies Island had been .broken during the weekend. There were 20 bulbs on the sign, according to Nutf, who said a total of 50 bulbs on the billboard were broken last month. President Dave Beck Sr. Beck Jr. was found guilty Saturday night of keeping $4,650 from the sale of two Teamster-owned Cadillacs. Beck Jr. faces a possible maximum sentence of 15 years. Burdell announced his intentions for an appeal immediately following the verdict, reached by the jury of nine men and three women after about eight hours of deliberation. Teamsters boss Beck Sr. faces trial on grand larceny charges Dec. 2. He is charged with keeping $1,900 from the sale of another Teamster-owned Cadillac. Beck Sr. remained at liberty under $3,000 cash bond. separated but actually coordinated enemies of the American Republic." Manion urged the U.S. to help Russia and its satellites "in their continuing battle for liberation" and withdraw diplomatic recognition. Manion Saturday was named chairman of a committee to study the teaching of science and mathematics in Hoosier schools. Local Boy Escapes From State School William Layton of this city and another 15-year-old boy, Gene Huddleston, New Albany, were being sought Monday by state police after they slipped away from the Indiana Boys School Sunday night. Layton was first sent to the Gibault home in 1952, returned here the following year, and then was sent to the Boys School Oct. 11, 1954, as a neglected and delinquent child, according to Don Armstrong, local probation officer. THREE CARS DAMAGED Cars driven by Dan Kniesly, 26, route 1; J. J. Riehle, 71, 1426 Usher street; and James Snyder, 25, Lafayette, were damaged in a collision at 12:30 p.m. Monday at Twenty-fourth and North streets. Kniesly was headed east on North street and hit the car driven by Riehle, whs pulled out in front of him, and then caromed -into the Sriyder vehicle, according to police. Court Affirms $4,500 Ruling in Logansport Case INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indt- ana Appellate Court said today that just because a man knows there's a crack in. a sidewalk is no sign be should know there's a hole in the earth under the cracked concrete. The court affirmed judgment ot Pulaski Circuit Court Judge Robert E, Thompson in the case of Willard J. Gammill, who wa» awarded $4,500 damages for personal injuries suffered in a fall on a Logansport sidewalk. Logansport appealed, asking * new trial on grounds that Gammill knew the sidewalk was cracked and shouldn't have stepped on the cracked place. Arrest Man Here On Assault Charge Statutory charges were to be filed Monday afternoon in the Cas* •circuit court by Deputy Prosecutor' Frank .Tolbert against Manuel Wai. len, 32, of 521 West Melbourne av«- nue. Wallen was arrested Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Don. Armstrong after a complaint by a. 15-year-old girl. Wallen has been held in .the Cass county jail since his arrest. SALE CALENDAR Nov. 30—Lela M. Sterrett Estate Ray Booth, Auct. Dec. 6—Mrs. Chester Martin _ Roy Grume

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