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Monday Evening, December 2, 1957. Government of Indiana Operated in 26 Buildings INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—If you have the idea your Indiana government is compactly situated under the Statehouse dome, forget it. An unofficial count shows t h e ornate pigeon-infested state capitol is only one of at least 26 buildings in Indianapolis alone where state officials conduct the affairs of four million Hoosiers. "We find some once in a while •we didn't even realize were ther," said John Whitehead, dir- e:tor of the Stat Office Building Commission. Figures compiled by Whitehead show Indiana taxpayers shell out $ii!7.883 a year for rent and maintenance for Indianapolis buildings and offices outside the Statehouse. 19,000 Draw Pay The state payroll, at a new high of $4,501,964 in September, goes to nearly 19,000 employes. The number of buildings 'housing state functions would be multiplied many times if the list included the 24 state institutions, four colleges and dozens of armories, division offices and scattered boards located in other cities. For years, the highway and revenue departments have occupied two downtown office buildings. Recently, the Employment Secur- i-.y Division and other offices moved into an abandoned furniture store. Conservation and highway offices occupy what was once a department store. The right-of-way division of the highway department occupies part of a hotel. Smaller oflices are scattered—like the Livestock Sanitary Board which operates from a hosiery mill. Ail-Purpose Building State officials hope they have the answer to all this confusion i.n a 20 million dollar stale office building and a smaller .Employment Security Division building. Both will be built immediately west of the Statehouse on an area that eventually may become a scenic hall. Whitehead figures the modern all-purpose building—perhaps 10 stories high—will absorb every department now occupying temporary quarters, plus many offices in the Statehouse. The exception will be the Employment Security Division in its own new building. Plans even call for future expansion room with usuable floor space or perhaps 600,000 to 650,000 square feet. Just about the only thing left in the Statehouse will be offices of the elected state officials, in- eluding the governor, and the House and Senate chambers. Won'l Move Before 1961 But plans aren't on the drawing I boards yet and Whitehead said ] the 'move into the new building (won't be made until 1!>61—taking jinto account "a lot of its." "Clarence Drayer, director of public works and supply, has been concerned about the waste involved in renting and maintaining dozens of state offices. He recently lost a battle over the purchase of an abandoned tailoring building to consolidate the five Indianapolis buildings now used by the highway department; Scanning a long list of buildings he is responsible for keeping in good condition, Drayer complained about the waste it causes. "Talk about efficienty'. . . this is efficiency personified," he grumbled with a note of sarcasm. CROSSWORD PUZZLE A " 1W " to ««*"""""• ACROSS 1—Room In harem 4—Juliet's suitor 9—Container 12—Plungo 1J—Benefit 14—Macaw 15—Testily 17—Checked' 13— Jn^rcss 21—Inquire 22—JVord of sorrow Z4—Number 26—Llcjuefy 29—BOKS down In mud St—Stitch S3—Click beetle 34—Part or "to be" 35—Scottish (?ap 37—Hindu cymbald 35—Compass point 40—Pose for portrait 42—Remun eratlon 44—Flower (pi.) 46—Let It stand 4S—Fondle 50—Possessive pronoun 51—Catch (colloq.) 53—Lure Eli—Cushioned 68—Passageway! fil—Beverage 62—Condescending 'looks 64—Period of time 65—Free of K6—Feivest 67—Crimson DOWN 1—Unusual 2—Expire 3— Come into vl-vsr JMd'lTl-lO.V FOR VACATION O*' AM.ftr STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SSl COUNTY OF CASS > IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT, XiOVEMBER TERM, 1S57 N'O. 33518 JAMBS M. SHULtx and LAUKA "R. SHUL-L, husbaad and wife VS. THB National- BANK OF L.OG- AXSPORT, KXKCUTOR OF THE LAST W.ILI, AND TESTAMENT OP ORMUS L. .HARR1NOON, DE- CKASED; ..FOREST HARVEY M'ONTGOM- J-JIlY and AUICB IHKNL' MONTGOMERY, husband and wife: CITY OF LOCANSPOKT, INDIANA The City of Lotfansport, Indiana, pud the citizens thereof are hereby notified that there has been filed in the OHHN Circuit Court of Indiana a Petition for the vacation of an alley originally platted between Lot number Four (-O of Block number One (1) and Lot n.imber One (1) of Block T\vo (2). all In Abraham .H. Lamlis' Subdivision of Out-Lot Eleven (II) In Geors-e T. Tlpton's Second Addition to the City of LOK- ansport, Caps County, Indiana, •vvhk-h alley is ten (10) feet in •width fronting 1 on East Broadway Street on the north and runninpr southerly therefrom a distance of one hundred sixty five (165) to jin east and west alley; and that the matter of such Petition will be heard and determined by said Court on the IKh day of. December, 1D57, In the Circuit Court Room In the Court House In said City of LoKansport. Dated this 23rd day of. Xovem- k«r. 1357. MYERS & •MOMOUE Attorneys for Petitioners ]1-25—12-2 Twelve Mile Skinner Christian Church schedule includes worship service each Sunday at 9:30 and church school at 10:30. Bible study is held each Sunday evening at 7:30. Dick Er- iokson, a student of Taylor University, is the new pastor. He also meets with the youth each Sunday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Jay Kessler, former pastor, are devoting their time to evangelistic work, they plan to go into youth work after the end of the school year. Skinner Ladies Aid Christmas meeting will be Thursday, Dec. 5 at the home of Mrs. Paul Hoehne, Fulton. Dish dinner and gift exchange will be held. Corinth WMS will meet with Blanche Easter, on Wednesday evening, Dec. 4. Ruby Greer and Edna Bosh will be assistant hostesses. Emmalee Staller will be leader. The theme wilj be "G-ood Will Toward Men." Members are to take fifty-cent gifts for people at the Flora Home. EUB Ladies Aid Christmas party will be with Mrs. Georgia Pickering, assisted by Lois Murdcn and Blanche Martin. Edith Sands will be devotional leader. Otterbein home gifts are to be taken.! There will be a 25 to 30 cent exchange. Fair board will meet Monday evening, Dec. 2 at Memorial Hall. ! Adult <1-H leaders a:id directors from the four townships: will elect officers for next year, The school nurse checked recent eye tes'3 of students above fourth grade given by the sociology class on equipment loaned by the Lions; Club. The nurse will administer tests to students of the first four grades and report to parents where I necessary for further'care of the students. Students will return to classes Monday after their Thanksgiving vacation. They were dismissed Wednesday at the regular time. The luncheon menu for Wednesday included Thanksgiving turkey with all the trimmings. Several classes had Thanksgiving parties the past week. Students have drawn names for Christmas exchanges. TB contributions are being taken at the school. A new film was shown Tuesday. Senior students have ordered tit •M*. h, VPIU4 F •I—Rage 5—Open to view 6—Parent (colloci.) 7—Norso podtless S —Genus of ollvei 9—Heaped up 10—Exist 11—Wild expletivt IP—Assa-jlt IS— Doctrine 20—Affirmative 22—Collect 2!l—Extent 25—Open work fabric Z7—One defeated 2S—Lock of hair .10—Weaken S2—Arm.;d conflict 30—Chart 38— NOOECS 41—Cared for «—Still 46—Itinerant peclciler who noils to troop* 47—Young boy 49—Bins 52—Warning flGViCO 64—Light rain fifi—Equality 56—Mohammedan name 57—River in W»le« S3—Before fifl—Mcurnritl U3—Babylonian Selty were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burget and daughter of South Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Boose and family of Logansport, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moon and family of Star ..City. Ladies of the Baptist Christian church recently gave a pink and blue shower for Mrs. David St. Clair, wife of their pastor. 11 Killed on State Roads Over Holiday By UNITED PRESS At least 11 persons were killed m n .1. •.. „ , i in Inijia ia traffic during the 102- Mrs. Esther McDonald is very ill hour Thanksgiving weekend. The Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv« MISTER BREGER at her home. Paul Martin, who suffered a back injury several weeks ago was returned home from an Indianapolis hospital. Mrs. Florence Mead has returned home after a month's.visit with her daughters in Long Island, N. Y.; Pittsburgh, Pa., and Ohio. Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins are on a vacation to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ritz spent Thanksgiving with .their daughter and family of Martinsville, • Ind Mr. and Mrs. Martin Snider and Charles Bailey have returned home from Miami, Fla., where they were attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schmaltz entertained their children and family at a Thanksgiving supper. for Christmas giving! SHEAFFERS CARTRIDGE FIEN A smooth-writing fountain pen that fills like a ballpoint. Just drop Skrip-filled cartridge into barrel nnd write. Pen and two Skrip car- V Sheaffer's Snorkle Pens •from $7.95 up. Other Sheaffer's $2.95 up. COME IN TODAY1 TEST "SNORKLE" YOURSELF . Your name in gold letters on each pen and pencil. Hundreds to choose from. TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP "Headquarters for Fine Fountain Pens and Pencils" h .heir graduation announcements. The new table for the lunchroom has been ordered. Lions Club members are planning for their Christmas party, Dec. 10. The pump has beer, installed for the medical building and interior walls are being plastered. Pet and Hobby Club members opened their meeting during Farm Bureau on Wednesday evening at Memorial Hall by singing their club song. Bobby Green read a Thanksgiving Psalm. Roll call was answered with "what members thankful for". They heard the story "Here Turkey, Turkey". Get-well cards were made for Mrs. Beatrice Conrad. They also made pine-cone turkeys. Annette Walton sang a vocal solo for the Farm Bureau. New officers elected were Keith Conrad, president; Diana Conrad, secretary; and Danny Nead, vice president. A ten to fifteen cent gift exchange was planned for the next meeting. Six members and one guest met with their leader, Mrs. Floyd Green. Firemen extinguished a grass along fine at Dukes Hospital fol lowing recent surgery. Mrs. Beatrice Conrad remains about the 'same at Dukes Hospital. Mrs. Sadie Keim; Chili spent last weekend with Miss Huth Hfll. Sunday they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Ford, Mrs. Laura See and Mrs, Fannie Bell, Logansport. fire Saturday afternoon in a field north of the EUB church. Mrs. Alma Hoover, Evelyn Brenton, Clara Hinkle and Hazel Swanson attended Home Demonstration Club officers training school Monday. Mrs. Myrtle Oldham and Mrs. Ralph Swank recently attended funeral services for the former's brother William' Marquis of Midland, Michigan. Mrs. Elaine Hill and children, Laporte were recent dinner guests of Miss Ruth Hill. Other recent visitors were Mr. and Mrs. John Wyman, Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Evans, Clingfield. Mrs. Lon Wmegardner was taken to Dukes Memorial Hospital, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, Arlington, Virginia visited her. Mrs. Flora Skinner is getting DECEMBER SALE Coats-Suits Dresses Juniors, Misses, petites, Women's SAVE ON FASHION COATS Our stock. is overflowing with new styles—fine fabrics — lavish fur-trims! All priced at dollars less than you'd expert! GROUP 1 Were $49.95 $69.95 Now $37.88 $51.88 GROUP 2 Were $75.00 $99.50 Now $55.88 $71.88 GROUP 3 Were $105.00 $150.00 Mow $78.00 $112.0(1 Group of Wool Dresses Regular Fall & Winter Wools SPECIALLY PRICED FOR CLEARANCE Up to '/3 off dress shop 326 East Broadway Royal Center Mr. and Mrs. Nelso.n Beokley have gone to Texas fcr l.he winter. Charles Goodrich has been appointed chairman of the collection of gifts for Longc'.iff Hospital patients. There is a box at the. Com- mjnity Bank to put the gifts in. iVTrs. Anna SehlegelmiJch is spsr.ding some lime at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fcrd Huffman. Funeral services were held Fri- Burnettsville Mr. and Mrs. James Maddock and children attended a family I dinner at Slocum Park on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brechbiel are spending the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brechbiel of Great Lakes. Rev. and Mrs. Derwood Troxel and Mrs. Winifred Troxel are spending tihe holidays in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Byers and daughters of Terra Haute spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Audley Byers. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Davidson and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Davidson of Idaville on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William McLeland and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry McLeland of Logaasport, and Mickey Brechbiel spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Charles total w.as' less than for some • "normal" 54-hour weekends in re- i cent months. A four-fatality crash near Spenner shot Indiana to near the top cf the 48 slates Thanksgiving Day. But it was the only multiple- fatatty accident of the long holiday, and no deaths were reported Sunday. Four of the weekend's victims were: under five years of age and only two were over 27. A rmm was killed Wednesday night shortly after the weekend count began at B p.m. Six persons were killed Thanksgiving day. A man was killed Friday and three person. 1 ; Saturday. Evelyn Shaw, 20, Terre Haute, was killed Saturday night ir a two- car crash at a Terre Haute intersection. AJso on Saturday night William F. Marshall, 27, Montezuma, was killed in a two-car collision just south of U.S. 36 on Ind. 63 in Vermillion County. Elizabeth Dillon, 18, Roanoke, Va,, c'rowned Saturday when a car plungod off a road into Geist Reservoir near Indianapolis. Miss Dillon was a WAG stationed at Fort Benjamin Harrison. mix concrete co. foreman, report-' Patrolman Samuel Bowman said ed to city police Friday morning! the Boys' car hit over 100 miles that several pallets had been over-! per hour over narrow Ind. 9. turned and a number of cinder Authorities believed the car was clocks broke.v at the plant, 920 Bates street. Damage was estimated at :!50. Brechbie). Kr. and Mrs. Harry Gardner entertained at dinner Thursday, day afternoon for Mrs;. Ida Thim- blc-ir at the Harrison Chapel with Re:v. Strong in charge, Burial was in the Royal Center cemetery. Walter Harvey will retire as a mail carrier after 37 years. Saturday was his last day. • Richard Huffman will substitute: for him until a permanent man can be found. Mr, and Mrs. Harliin Schmaltz and son and Mrs. Ethel Martin were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood and son of Star City. Other guests in the same home '' William Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of Rockfield and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brechbiel and daughter. Word was received here by-Mr. and Mrs. Galen Davidson of the birth of a son to Rev. and Mrs. Verl Davidson of Emporia, Kan, C. M. Mertz spent Thanksgiving with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Allen of Manchester. Mrs. Don Heiny called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brechbiel Tuesday afternoon. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieve* Pain—Shrink* Hemorrhoids N«» T.rk, M. Y. (Spcri.l) _ p or the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. ' In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (atlrinkage) took place. Most amazinjr of all — results were M thorough that iufferer> made astonishing statements like "Piles have ctiascd to he a problem!" The secret is a new healing inb- stance (Bio-Dyne')-discovery of * world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H.* At yottr druggist. Konty back guarantee. .«. to. M> to a Christmas Club check You can play Santa - - bigger and better next year - - if you join the Christmas Club now. That's the practical way to save for Christmas. We invite you to come in and join. lav. Hoch W..V For SOWi.kt lit :DC $1.00 $1.00 $3.00 $5.00 $10.00 MO.OO R.c.iv. 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FINANCE CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company toganiporT, Indiana TELEPHONE 510J Office Houis: Daily 9-5; Wednesday X Saturday 9-11 "You need, VlCEDOL 1O-3O... the motor oil that guarantees quickest starts on coldest mornings!" World famous! REALGAS, INC. Logansport, Indiana "IT WAS A NICE TRY, BUT ..." seems to Bum op P****: opinion about competitive cars attempting to equal the styling and features of the Swept-Wing 56. They tried to get as low, but had to lower the roof to do it. (Less headroom, sanoi; high, boxy, cooped-up look.) Their windshields got smaller, while ours got bigger. Most of them still don't have Total : Contact Brakes to assure smooth, even, safe stops when needed. Nor do they offer push-button TorqueFlite, the proven automatic transmission, and Constant-Control power steering that works .full time— not part time as some other systems do. And Dodge no-sway, no<lip Torsion-Aire is standard equipment. (Bus-type air spring! offered by some cars cost well over $100.00 extra.) So compare all the 1958 models with 'Dodge. We think you'll agree: Other cars are catching on, but they can't catch up. See Swept-Wing 58 By Dodg« At THOMAS AND EVERMAN CO. . Phon« 4811-517-519 North St.