Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 28, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, May 28, 1957. Indianapolis to Stage First "500" Festival INDIAXAPOLIS (UP) — Auto'which gives them their biggest racing fans and tourists ..coming "day" of the year, here for the 500-mile Memorial, More than 150,000 persons are Day classic can look forward to expected to attend the festival, parades, dances, entertainment—i Robert A. Jenkins, representing and skyrocketing prices. 'he Indianapolis Hotel Association, .^".^^51%?.-^ "^ ™ve^ S t r u et o?v F re al Page nt n1? - r_.r— ^ The goings-on may soothe the hote] reservation continuity to be battered nerves of- the thrill- ),roken"-and "all we are trying seeker, or build his tension to a to do js protect ourselves." fever-pitch. | Rooms wit h twin beds generally The festival will include a two-; were so ld out weeks before the hour parade of hands, horses,'race. But Jenkins said a spot marchers and 23 floats. The floats'check showed only four hotels •will carry girls displaying curves I were sold out by a week before of a different type than the famed'the race. turns at the "Brickyard." Circle To The Left Jenkins said Indianapolis has "bargain hotel rates" in compari- . , . ,, , . son to hotels in Louisville during And after the parade is over. Kentucky Derbyi New Orleans the dancing will besm. f.-.ere wi I duri lh(j Mardi Qras and Miami be the 500 Invitational Ball d j lhe Ora „ Bowl loott)a]1 Dancmg to the music ol Woody _._„ Herman will cost 500 favored i b ' couples $10 a couple. ' „ P • , The invitations said "dress will' Kescue r°. ur LOSr be optional" for the ball. But the 24 HoilfS in CflVe costumes at the big shindig on EASTON Pa _ (UP) _ A sc!ence tnc Circle will be gaudy. The fes- . d threc n ^ bo s tival committee expects almost wero sc d from a cave jn 1,000 experienced square dancers Raubsville ncar here _ Monday noar . to cavort under Hoosier skies. I ly 24 hours after they entered it on Others are expected to join m: an Cxp i 0 ring trip ;nd became lost. the activities around Hie Monu- c)lar ics Kreitz, saw the automobile of John Pfeiffer, 42, parked near the cave entrance. He en- tcrcd the cave and finally found Three Days or Nothing But if you don't bring your own dwelling it will cost to find lodging Puffer, Tony Pfeiffer, Norman .. . rl'in'nnr. tinrl Ohfii: TnoharM after the dance is over. To get a hotel room the lodger has to pay three days rent, usually in advance. Prices start at $50. And they go up. Motels have the same three-day package deal and prices are doubled. Indianapolis inn-keepers, feeders and entertainers will take advantage of the one-day show Ganlner and Chris Ingham. State police said Kreilz talked with the four and then returned above-ground for help. State trooper John Ilahn, carrying a length of rope and a flashlight, then went into the cave am led the quartet to safely. THEY COULD HAVE A LOT TO TALK ABOUT GREAT MAIE stars of two film eras meet for the first time in Hollywood. You know that fellow on the right. If you're old enough, you also know the other fellow, Francis X. Bushman. (Interna.ttona.lt Tolls Are Hiked On Ohio Turnpike CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP)-The Ohio Turnpike Commission has approved higher 'oil charges for passenger cars and light trucks using the Ohio Turnpike, effective Tuesday.. The rate for cars and light trucks will be hiked from the present 1.24 cents a mile to 1.45 cents a mile. That would mean the toll charges for a trip across the entire length of the 241-mile road would be boosted from the present $3. to ,p.50. The commission said it was the first hike in rates since the road opened. Key Dio Witnesses Refuse to Testify; Trial Is Adjourned NEW YORK (UP)—The trial of John (Johnny Dio) Dioguardi, charged with master-minding the acid blinding of labor columnist Victor Risel, was adjourned, indefinitely today because they key witnesses against him refuse to testify. U.S.. Atty. Paul W. Williams moved for the adjournment saying the government is "powerless" to prosecute Dioguardi and three codefendants at this time in face of the "challenge" of the silent witnesses. Williams asked for an adjournment, rather than a dismisal, to permit a grand jury to investigate how, when and by whom the two key witnesses, both serving federal prison terms, were 'intimidated. "Fear of underworld retaliation has prevented the two key witnesses from repeating the statements they made to a grand jury and to government officials," he said. The balk of witnesses Goldolfo Miranti and Domenico Bando, already convicted of conspiracy in the acid attack, was disclosed by Williams when the trial was called last Monday. Both men were subsequently re-questioned by the grand jury and sentenced to additional terms of five years in prison I for contempt in refusing to answer I its questions. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Tbret Killed, Iceboxed IRONICALLY, this photo of Mary Martinez Mills, 26, was found under the homey message after Denver, Colo., police found her body stuffed in her apartment refrigerator. Now they want to ask her missing husband, Ernest, 33, some questions. Police think he may have lived there four days after she was put in. (International} Carpet or Rug? Depends on Need URBANA, 111.—The words "rug" and "carpet" are not synonymous, says floor covering experts. For instance, if the floor covering runs from wall to wall that's a carpet. But if it was made to a specific size, say 9 by 12 feet, then it's a rug. University of Illinois textile and clothing specialists say there are a number of factors to be considered in deciding whether a rug or a carpet is better for a room. If a temporary floor covering i» needed, a rug is best since wall-to- wall carpets should be permanent fixtures. A large amount ot traffic in a room calls for a rug too, since it can be turned in order to spread the wear. Rugs also are easier to clean; a vacuum can reach the edges better and the rug easily can be taken up for sending to a cleaner. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loom fais« tectn slipping, dropping or wobbllnK whoa you eat. talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a llttlo FASTEETH on your plates. Thla pk'asnnt powder gives a rcmnrknble sense of added comfort fl n 2,i SeC M rlty by hol «lns plates mor« Jlrmly No gummy, gooey, pasty t«st« ° r '«?'££• If" nJknllne (non-acid). CHst FASTEETH at »ny drug counter! Read the Classified Ads 409-415 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 WEDNESDAY THREE STAR VALUES Infants' SUMMER TOPPER SETS for girls and boys Combed cotton and seersucker Assorted sizes and colors $1.95 Eeg. $2.95 Wed. only Infant GIRLS' SUN SUITS . plastic lined Assorted sizes and colors Reg. $2.50 Wed. only STORK SHOP - FIRST FLOOR $1.95 It's Back! New! Different! Better! AVER S PINK CLOVER COLOGNE and DUSTING POWDER Cologne, Reg. $2.50 1|>1.UU plus tax Dusting Powder, Reg. $1.50 VlnUU plus tax COSMETICS - FIRST FLOOR BATES DISCIPLINED FABRICS entire stock, dark and light prints Reg. $1.4!) yd. Sale fSJC yd. PIECE GOODS - FIRST FLOOR CEDAR BAMBOO PORCH SHADES mildew proof, warp resistant insect repellanl 3" wide $2.25 4' wide $2.95 3' wide $3.95 5' wide $4.50 T wide $5.25 FURNITURE DEPT. - THIRD FLOOR Shop ALL DAY Wednesday, when it's easier to find parking space! seen 'em all Ford's newness goes lots deeper than those long, low racy lines. The whole "Inner Ford" is new. A new Full-Cradle frame rides you sweet and low. New swept-back front suspension . . . new automatic, variable-rate rear springs ... all put a magic cushion between you and the bumps. And new Thunderbird V-8* power makes miles disappear like never before. So don't you just look. Action Test the new kind of Ford at your nearest Ford Dealer's. Learn how much fun it can be to pilot the new kind of Ford. know its true only FORD is really new s, ^ttey- No one out-trades your local Authorized Ford Dealer SEE THE FORD DEALER IN YOUR COMMUNITY LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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