Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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Twenty-eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Brookfifeld Zoo Has Second Forest Horse Ever Foaled in U. S. CHICAGO (UP) — Brookfield Zoo has another forest horse, the second ever foaled in the U.S. The frisky youngster was named Louis I. Louis was born last weekend to Ends Danish Visit Sieglinda and Charlemagne, who have another son, Pepin, foaled a year ago at Brookfield.. Ralph Graham, assistant director of the zoo, said forest horses are a "reconstruction" of the tar- pan, the ancient wild horses • of Europe. Drawings of tarpans have been found on Uie walls of cave dwellings in France. Sieglinda and Charlemagne came to this country from Munich, where the modern reconstruction of the ancient horse was developed by Dr. Heinz Beck, director of the Munich zoo. Actually the forest horse became extinct in Europe. But they left traces of their blood in numerous types of modern horse. By careful breeding of these modern horses over a 30-year period, Beck produced the strain now hailed as a duplication of the tarpan. QUEEN .ELIZABETH II ot Britain has a farewell smile for the people of Denmark as she prepares to leave Copenhagen after a farewell visit. Accompanied by her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen attended a fireworks display, staaed a* • farewell cesture. Two More Escaped Prisoners Captured LIMA, Ohio (UP)—Karl Allen Wells and Francis Clifford Dunn, who escaped from the Indiana Reformatory May 9 by tunneling 15 feet beneath a fortress wall, were caught Sunday night by Ohio authorities who stopped them as robbery suspects. Wells, Dunn and two other men dug their way to freedom from an abandoned basement at the walled institution. Police who stopped them learned during an investigation that the automobile they were driving apparently was stolen in Indianapolis. The men waived extradition to Indiana. The capture was announced at Indianapolis by the State Correction Board, which said Edward Harmon, fourth member of the escaped delegation, is the only one stil at large. Raymond Smarl was caught three days after the break. HUNT TORNADO VICTIMS IN WRECKED AUTO Commentator's Wife Dies; Death Probed CHICAGO (UP) — An inquest was to be held today into the death of Mrs. Mary Beatty, 47, wife of Morgan Beatty, National Broadcasting Co. radio and television .news commentator. Mrs. Beatty died Sunday at Henrotin Hospital. She had been hospitalized Friday of what her physician, Dr. William D. Jack, said apparently was an accidental overdose of medicine. Survivors include her husband and two sons, Stephen, 17, a student at Fork Union Military Institute, Pork Union, Va., and Morgan Jr., 22, serving with the military police in Korea. A RESCUE WORKER trains flashlight on a wrecked auto to Be* if tornado victims are inside, in suburban Ruskin Heiffhta near Kansas City, Mo. (Intornational Soundphoto) University Withdraws Recognition of Frat BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (UP)— Bowling Green University President Ralph McDonald said today that the school is withdrawing recognition of Sigma Chi fraternity as a result of last week's student riot. McDonald said the action will become effective at the end of the current college year, and he added that similar procedure probably will be used against Delia Tau Delta fraternity. Twelve students were expelled from the university for participating in the demonstration of more than 1,500 students early Friday. At the height of the con- fusion, McDonald was hanged in effigy, and the students tied up traffic on nearby U.S. 6 for 90 minutes before 40 embattled policemen could restore order. McDonald said the demonstration was in protest to proposed disciplinary action against the two fraternities for violating school drinking regulations. MRS. CAMP RITES WEDNESDAY Funeral services for Mrs. Florence Augusta Camp, 42, of 14 Wheatland avenue, who died at 5:45 p.m. Saturday in Memorial hos pita], will be held at 1:30 Wednesday at the Fisher funeral home. Rev. Fr. Donald Vernon will officiate. Interment will be at Mount Hopo cemetery. 22,500 Safety Check Tabs Given in City A total of 22,500 stickers has been distributed during the city's safety car check this month, according to Traffic Sargeanl Joe Wallace. Officers assisted by four civil defense police—Harley Fry, Bot Mendenhall, .Jack Closson and EC DuSchone—put out 1,200 tabs during a six-hour involuntary check on Market street at Twentieth Saturday. Few violations were reported among the 1;200 vehicles checked. Only one driver carried an ex- pircd license. Only three headlights were found to be defective. Wednesday Evening, March 27, 1957. LISTENING FOR ANYONE ALIVE F|oyd Keever Will Filed for Probate The will of the late Floyd Kce ver, 62, local restaurateur, who died May 19, was filed for probate Monday in the Cass circuit court. Dated April 8, this year, only a little more than a month before his death', it leaves all of his estate to his wife, Thelma, who also was named executrix. George Brubaker is the attorney for the estate. Court Notes Mrs. Ruth E. Yarian, route 5, city, filed suit for divorce from Otis Olen Yarian in the Cass circuit court Monday, asking custody of their child and support for the child, The couple was married Nov. 10, 1951, and separated May 19, this year, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of Hanna and Small. The divorce suit of Mrs. Evelyn Cook vs. Lawrence Cook was dismissed Monday by the plaintiff in the Cass circuit court. Read the Classified Ads u. j.;i RESCUE WORKERS duck down on a pile of tornado debris to listen for sounds of victims still nlive. This is the Rusltin Heights suburboji section of Kansas City, Mo. (International Soundphoto) Ike Going to Farm To Spend Holiday WASHINGTON (UP)—President and Mrs. Eisenhower will spend a long Memorial Day weekend at their Gettysburg, Fa., farm. The chief executive plans to leave here early Thursday and remain in Gettysburg through Sunday. KIWAMANS TO HEAR XJLMER John P. Ulmer, director of guidance at Logansport high school, will speak during Die Kiwanis club meeting Tuesday at (be St. .lames Parish hull. Twenty-nine honor students will be guests at the meeting. Read the Classified Ads ATTENTION — LEGION MEMBERS There will be a FREE Supper Tuesday, May 28—6:30 P. M. At the Legion Club — For Members Only END-0-MONTH . . . -CLEARANCE 3 Big Days to Save READ EVERY ADI Shop Every Store SPONSORED BY NEED A NEW, GARAGE. DOOR? Call- South Side Lumber Co. FOR A FREE ESTIMATE. . You can own a new easy to operate sectional garage door installed for nothing down, and low monthly payments. 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