Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1957 · Page 7
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Friday Evening, May 24, 1957. Load of Fish Proves Costly In Truck Check Ohio Driver Pays $627.50; May Have to Pay Additional $530 and Store Part of Load Eugene Conant, Akron, 0., en- route from the East coast to Los Angeles, Calif., with 40,000 pounds of fisb, had no idea how much trouble he was getting into when he drove onto the state police scales in a truck weight check conducted Friday morning at the •west edge of Logansport. He had forgotten to figure the weight of the ice in his load and his truck was 5,900 pounds over the legal weight as a result. He also was charged with being 5,300 pounds overweight on his tandem axles. ' His fines of $5 and costs and civil penalty of 10 cents a pound on the 5,900 pounds gross overweight came to a total of $627.50. Because there was some question under the law whether it was pro per for him to be assessed another civil penalty of $530 for the overload on the tandem axles, the justice of the peace turned the matter over to Prosecutor George Babcock, who is charged with the responsibility of collecting unpaid civil penalities. The extra civil penalty would bring the total assessment to $1,157.50 Slate Trooper Larry Wagenk- nechi, who signed the affidavits against Conant, said the driver alto would have to unload the excess 5,900 pounds before he could proceed on his trip. Consequently, he was looking for a place to store that much fish. Two other truck drivers, who were arrested in the weight check, arc to appear in court later. They are Roy Rice, 40B'A Fourth street, charged with being over the registered weight, and C. Alien Miller, Ml Indiana, Rochester, also charged with being over the registered weight. Honor Society Initiates 7 Sever. Logansport high school Juniors were inducted into the National Honor Society in an auditorium Thursday morning at the high icliool. The new members of the scholastic organization include Sandra Ulrich, Susanne Smith, Ardeile Price, Carolyn Grube, Dave Baker, Margaret Huff, and Janet Eiscrt. The students were recommended for membership by their teachers. A faculty committee — Lois Kid- ridge, Norberl Kniesly, Mary Pittman, Marion lieatty, Keith [tine- hart, Arthur I'ruitt, John Ulmer and Janice Maty—conducted the final screening of the list. AH honor society members are In the top third of their class and CASH LOANS-REFINANCING • YOUR CAR • APPLIANCES • rUNNITUMC • MRSONAL PROPIRTY TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZIEY'S MARKET IOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. MSi 410V, £. Broadway Deaths and Funerals FLOOR Funeral services for Milo Edwin Flook, 84, were conducted Friday afternoon at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel. Burial was made in the Walton IOOF cemetery. DONAHUE Final rites for Paul J. Donahue, 64, 712 Thirteenth street, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Vincent's church with Msgr. John P. Schall officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends may call at the Me- Closkey-HamiUon chapel where, the Eagles will conduct rites at 7:15 p.m. Friday/ TRUTTMAN Final rites for Leo Truttman, 69, 904 Fifteenth, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's church with the Kroeger mortuary in charge. Burial will be made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel where the Eagles will conduct rites at 7 p.m Friday followed by Rosary services at 7:30 p.m. ZECH Final rites for Mrs. Augusta Zech, 89, 1403 North, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Chase-Miller chapel with the Rev. Alfred Gerni officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. Dr. Cooper's Will Probated The estate of the late Dr. Thomas L. Cooper, 74, who died May 20, was estimated at $20,000 in real "estate and $10,000 in personal property when his will was filed for probate Friday in the Cass circuit court. | Under terms of, the will Harriet! Huff of .Logansport will receive $10,000 and Meribah Kraut, route 4, will receive his organ. His diamond ring and-diamond Shrine pin °o to Thomas Riddle of Menlo Park, Claif., and his silverware and console television set to Nancy Riddle of Menlo Park. All of the dishes, chinaware, and glassware in his china cabinet, two clocks and a portable television set to Margaret Walker of Coraopolis, Pa. All of the balance of his estate goes to his sister, Jean Cochran, of Williamsville, N. Y. The National Bank of Logansport was named executor of the will,, which was dated Aug.'31, 1956. Myers and Molique are,the attorneys for the estate. Teachers Elect New Officers; Honor Four Retiring Instructors New officers.-in the Logansport Classroom Teachers Association were elected during a dinner meeting at the Columbia school Thursday night. , The group also honored four high school teachers who are retiring. The honored teachers. were Helen Brandt, Biology teacher; Flora Leach, English teacher; 0. R. Shanks, mathematics; and W. H. Winton, science-mathematics.- Dick Spall is the newly-elected president; Jean Ensfield was elected vice-president; Charles Harkin, treasurer; Jo Ann Alien, corresponding secretary; and. Velma Wolf, recording secretary. The group" also honored Don Grain for his 10 years of service as president of the organization. He was presented -with a gift certificate. REPAIR BILL, THEN FINE LAFAYETTE (UP)—It wasn't enough that Robert W. Eshelman, 37, Kokomo, faced a $250 bill for repairs of his-automobile hit by a freight train at .a city railroad crossing. Eshelman was ordered into court on a charge of reckless driving for disregarding a flasher signal. He was fined $19.75 on his plea of guilty. DAVIS Final rites for Mrs. Emma M. Davis, 91, 720 W. Miami, will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Chase-Miller chapel with the Rev. Virden Graham officiating. Burial will be made in the Davis cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. SELLERS Final rites for Mrs. Nellie S. Sellers, 63, 228 W. Miami, will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. M-onday at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel with the Rev. Harold King officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m. Saturday. More Than 1,400 Register to Read By noon Friday, more than 1,400 students had registered for the summer reading program sponsored by the Lngansport library, according to librarian Mary Holmes. The 1,200th student to sign-up was Rita Powell, Franklin kindergarten; 1,300th was Brenda June Merrill, Jefferson sixth grader; t,400th was Jane DeHavon, Jefferson second grade. Two classes registered Friday morning, second grades from Jefferson and Washington school. Classes scheduled to register Saturday arc first and second grades from Jefferson school. other basic requirements for membership include character, service, leadership and scholarship. Fred Schuo was in charge of the Induction ceremonies. Remodeling and Cement Work Phono 6929 or 8325 Power-Pat H*rVs real economy . . . ono engine do«i tho work of Ihrttel Bolom Row- •r-Pak enfllno-handto unit changes from mowor . , . to tiller ... to mow plow ... In a jiffy — makoi fun of outdoor chore j, 5 altcichmonti — 3 rotary mowers, ruggad tiller and ufFI- clvnl rotary mow color. Eu»y 1im« paymonti. 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Judge Wild lold him sentence will be pronounced if he and his family are in the state May 30. Read the Classified Ads School Patrol DutingMonday School safety patrol boys and girls will be guests of honor at the 13th annual outing and carnival next Monday at Riverside park. The event, sponsored by the Logansport police department and the Chicago Motor club, will begin shortly after the pupils are dismissed at 11:30 a.m. Lunch and refreshments — hot- dogs, milk, ice cream, crackerjack, candy, and soft drinks—will be served. More than 1500 prizes will be given at the various booths. A raffle will also be held and each patrol member will receive a major gift such as a baseball bat, flashlight, billfojd, fishing pole,- swim fins, Boy Scout kits, etc. The Parent-Teacher Associations from all local schools will assist' in conducting the event and in! serving the food. / More than 300 patrol members' are expected 'to attend and the lo-1 cal bus company will provide trans-, portation to the park free- of; charge. In the event of rain, the party will be held on Tuesday, May 28. ': Traffic Officer Wally Fye and E. P. Dockendorf are in charge. -LOGANSPORT Mrs. Myrtle Ahnert Dies in Peru Hospital PERU — Mrs. Myrtle May Kile Ahnert, 67, 435 E. Sixth street, died at "Dukes hospital at 6:30 a. m. Friday after an illness of six years. For the past 24 years, she had made her residence with the late Fred and Mrs. Kile. She was married to .Carl-Ahnert fn 1911. - The deceased was a member of St. Paul EUB church. Born Dec. S, 1890, in Peru, she was the daughter of Samuel and Mary (Francis) Kile. The only survivor is a half- brother, William Francis, Frankfort. Two half-brothers •ere deceased. Final rites will be conducted at the Drake-Flowers chapel at 10 a. m. Monday with the Rev. Charles G. Kramer officiating. Burial will Pharos-Tribune Seven ation between the school and organization officials. Organization of the school and extension o£ the local classes were discussed, and it was revealed thai 10 to 35 more children will undergo mental tests this summer at a clinic conducted by Dr. Rutherford B. Porter of Indiana State Teachers College. Approximately Discuss Local School Plans Plans for special education classes here were discussed Thursday night at a meeting of local school and special class officials with Kenneth Orr, director of 50 children were tested earlier this the state Department of Public \ Instruction special education division. Orr, who is a professor of education on leave from Indiana Slate Seattle Race Horse Trainer Ends Life be made in Mt. may' call at the a. m. Sunday. Hope, chapel Friends after 10 NEW SUIT PLAN WASHINGTON (UP) —Attorney General Herbert Brownell Jr. came up with a new solution today lor court congestion. Brownell jokingly suggested a "suit bank" under which lawyers would be paid not to bring suits to trial. County TB Board Will Meet Tuesday .Board of directors of the Cass County Tuberculosis Association will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the county office, secretary Dorothy Dipboye announced today. Miss Dipboye also announced that the third bi-monthly tuberculosis clinic will be held Friday, June 7, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The clinician will come from Irene Byron hospital, Fort Wayne. Miss Dipboye said persons attending the clinic must be x-rayed beforehand and must have a physicians' approval. Teachers College, told the local group that the age limits for chil- .dren attending these classes are five to 21 for crippled children and eight to 21 for mentally retarded. The meeting, held at the Baker Specialty company, was attended by Charles Sharp, city school superintendent; Chalmer Condon, county school superintendent; Ed Jasorka. city school board mem- -ber; and officers of the Crippled Children's and Mentally Retarded groups. Sharp said Orr approved of the local program, which catls for construction of a- special education building, complimenting Ihe group for Iheir work and for Ihe co-oper- SALE C/ May 25— Stony Pike Roller May 2*5— Closing Out Sale 0 May 25— Pearl Pownell Est. May 29 — John A. Watson . . SKATTJ..K tur; — icrry arc- Nulty. a colorful race track figure •mentioned briefly in testimony before the special Senate Labor Rackets Committee, was found dead near here Thursday from a self-inflicted bullet wound. 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