Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Want an Air Castle? By DOC QUIGG United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK (UP)—It is well known' that a man's home is his castle. Now he can have an air castle. Home was never like this. This abode is not of the stuff that dreams are made on. It's for real. The basic structural component is just plain atmosphere. Far from being a dream, the •o-called "air house" is a solid (well, fairly solid) really built of: An interior mass of steady—but low—pressure air, courtesy of two air conditioning units; an igloo- shape covering '.of vinyl - coated nylon fabric, courtesy 01 U.S. Rubber Co.; brainwork, courtesy of that old demon of international architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright. There is no record that anybody Is living, yet, in one of the things. I walked through one of them—a huge two-roomer—at an exhibition here and watched one of them being deflated (a man merely unzipped a doorway and let the air whoosh slowly out, as if from a big balloon). The two rooms looked like two tremendous inverted cups, connected by a small passageway Rochester Rochester relatives were in Plymouth Tuesday attending funeral services for Mrs. Charlotte M. Moore, 61, of 106 Bering streeta, Plymouth, which were conducted at the Danielson and VanGilder funeral home, at 2 p. m. The Rev. D. C. Kime officiated and burial was made in the Hoover cemetery at Athens, Indbna. % She was a native of Fulton County, her husband, William, preceded her in 1950. She leaves the following survivors: Eight children: Mrs. Mabel Good and Mrs. Georgia Kern, both of Rochester, Emerald and Gerald Greer, both of Chicago, Mrs. Margaret Carr of South Bend, Fredrick and William Greer and Marvin Moore, all of Plymouth; two brothers, Ernest Hattery of La- Paz, Ind., and Ora Hattery of Farmersburg, Indiana; and one sister, Mrs. Guy Books, of Rochester. The Radio Club held their regular meeting, preceded by a covered dish dinner, Monday afternoon, in the home of Mrs. Reuben Scheid. Mrs. Harry McVay offered grace preceding the dinner. The president, Mrs. John Meader, presided over the short business session. Following - the roll call,' Mrs. Scheid read a beautiful poem, "Meditations of a Housewife", which had been selected by Mrs. Ed Leman. Two members were reported ill, and flowers were ordered sen! to them. The club collect was read in closing. Dkty Bingo was played during the social hour, with Mrs. Byron Smith receiving the first prize, Mrs. Dean Nightlinger, second, and the consolation prize was given to Mrs. Meader. Mrs. William Hindell, R. R. 2, lake Manitou, was taken to the Miller Nursing Home in the Zimmerman Brothers ambulance. Mrs. Berniece Wilson and daughter, Etta, were entertained in the home of Mrs. Wilson's aunt, Mrs. Anna Plew of, Warsaw. Mrs. William C. Miller and Rex Richard were honored Sunday with a birthday anniversary dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Graves and children of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Zent and son, Roger, of Argos, Mr. and Mrs. Delberf Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Newman tiad as their Saturday evening guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vernon. A marriage license was issued In the Fulton County Clerk's office Saturday to Homer C. Selch, R. R. 2, Rochester, and Mary M. Rader, also of R. R. 2, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kreish- «r, Delong, announce the engagement of their daughter, June, to Carl Calhoun, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Calhoun, Delong. June R has been sot as the wedding date. Miss Kreisher is a 1957 graduate of the Loiters Ford high school. The prospective groom is a graduate of the Loiters Ford high school with the class of 1949, and is an employee of the Bendix Corp., South Bend. " Funeral services were held Tuesday in the McComb funeral home in Fort Wayne for Paul Whitton, 47, who died suddenly Sunday at his home in Fort Wayne. His wife is the former Esther Zegafuse of Rochester. Surviving, besides the wife, are three sons, Doyle, in the U. S. Army; Jerry and Robert, at home. Burial was in the Rochester 100F Cemetery. City police have sworn out a warrant charging disorderly conduct against James Walton, Jr., 21, 1417 Elm street,' after Walton fell through a plate glass window Inflated by the air conditioners, they were sturdily erect and purportedly able to resist strong winds and snow loads. The domes were anchored .to the ground, by an encircling base tube filled with water. There .were no metal or wood supports anywhere. The interior, of course, was filled with ' expensive exhibition- type carpets, furniture, and "decorations: The air house man 'said that the' houses were being used now mostly for warehouses — lightweight, portable ones that weigh only 400 pounds and are inflated in one houi by a ventilating blower. "There is one man, up in Massachusetts," he added, ''who has put one over his outdoor swimming pool and now he swims all year around.. The air house that he has is 40 by 90 feet and 20 feet high and he uses .blowers to circulate hot air from his cabana into the .swim house. However, 'there's one expense problem." What's that? "Costs him a buck an hour to keep the pool water warm in winter." Wednesday Evening, May 22, 1957t EXTRA QUALITY EXTRA VALUE EXTRA SAVINGS 412-414 E. BROADWAY Phone 4193—Credit 3049—Catalogue 2900 Store Hours—Daily 9 to 5 except Wednesday 9 to 12; Saturday 9 to 9. at the Miller Brothers Auto Supply store Sunday. Walton was treated at Woodlawn hospital for cuts and bruises, and later released. Police were unable to locate him at his residence Tuesday. Otto Miller, who with his brother, Hugh, owns the store, said it would cost about $77 to replace the shattered show window. Funeral services for Mrs. Sophia Bransford, 71, Argos, who died at 2:15 a.m. Tuesday, will be conducted from the Grossman 'Funeral home in Argos, at 2 p.m. Friday, with the Rev. Edward Boase, of the Argos Methodist church officiating. Burial will be in the Argos Maple Grove cemetery. Mrs. Bransford was barn on November 11, 1885 in Bath County, Ky., the daughter of John and Emma Hornsbeck. She married Oscar Bransford in 1007, who preceded her in death in 1953. She had lived in the Argos vicinity for the past 35 years, coming there from Miami, Indiana. Survivors are two sons, Paul 0. Bransford, North Webster, Ind., and Woodrow B. Bransford, of Rochester, Ind., and one grandson. She also leaves five sisters: Mrs. Alta Smith, Sweetser; Mrs. Dottie Whitten, Marion; Mrs. Maude Miller, Gas City; Mrs. Carrie Rogers, Flemmysburg, Ky.; and Mrs. Del ialvert, Owingsville, Ky., and a brother, Wesley Hornsbeck, Marn. The Leroy Shelton Post of the American Legion met in their hall recently, with the election of new officers one of the main features. Ernest Miller, R. R. 4, was elected as Commander, succeeding Bob Bridge. Other officers are Jesse Dillman, First Vice commander, Second vice commander, Bob Tate; and Gerald Knauff and Charles Reser were elected to attend the Legion state convention at Indianapolis, in July. Unopposed candidates were Herbert Zimmerman, trustee; James Phillips, Chaplain; Russell Stewart, finance officer; Reser, sergeant; and 0. I. Minter, service officer. Plans are being made for a grand opening of the Post's newly remodeled home about September 1st. Homer D. Gellcr, R. R. 5, reported to the Sheriff's department Tuesday that his 1957 Buick sedan, was stolen near Benton Harbor, Mich., some time after 4 a.nr. Tuesday. Geller's sister-in-law was driving the car in Michigan, Gellcr stated. The license plate number is TC 5964. Admitted to Woodlawn Hospital are Mrs. Fred Kinley, Silver Lake; Karen Sue Marsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marsh, R. R. 4; Karen Sue Moriarty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Moriarty, Tippecanoe; Sarah Jo Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rpberts, R. R. 2; and Linda Robbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. terence Robbins, II. R. 1.Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Feese, Lake Shore Drive; Mrs., Martha Swlck, R. R. 4; Mrs. Jack Curry and son, Mexico. Paint splashes can bo removed from windows and mirrors by washing with turpentine or ammonia or hot vinegar. m m. 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