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fourteen Logansport, Indiana. Miaros-Trftmn* Ike Meets With Gobi net- Plans Tuesday Confab WASHINGTON (UP5—President Eisenhower, stepping up his 'recovery pace, presided over a cabinet meeting for an hour and 40 minutes Monday and then decided to lead off Tuesday's congressional briefing at the White House. _Underscoring what his physicians continued to call an "excellent recovery" from- his mild stroke exactly a week ago, the chief executive earlier spent 20 minutes working .in his office following his return from a weekend at his Gettysburg, Pa., farm. At the President's request, the cabinet meeting opened with a few moments of silent prayer. The session was summoned to prepare the groundwork .for Tuesday's meeting with Republican and Democratic legislative leaders. Ike Chips A Few In addition to the cabinet, several other top government officials attended the meeting which began at 1:31 p.m. c.s.t. The president stayed until about 3:10 p.m. and then returned to his office for a second time to confer with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Afterward, Eisenhower went outside and spent about 15 minutes chipping golf shots on the back lawn of the White House. This was another recovery "first." The cabinet meeting continued after the Chief Executive left. But Press Secretary James C. Eagerly, who relayed details to rep-ort- ers, said the President was: present for "the main" discussion. This, he said, related to the new budget and important legislative programs. Hagcrty said the meeting also included a "preliminary discussion" of the annual state of the union message which the President is scheduled to deliver tc Congress next month. Both Parties Hope; Hint At Draft Movement Handley, Jenner's "First Choice," Has No Comment INDIANAPOLIS 'CUP)—At least half a dozen Republicans jumped into a guessing gam-5 Monday about who will try to take over the U. S. Senate seat William E. Jenner says he plans to vacate Craig, Lt. Gov. Crawford Parker, and Matthews. Parker and Craig both said they would not be available for the nomination. Observers felt Jenner might plan to run in I960 for governor, a post he is known to have' desired for several years. But Parker, an ally of both Jenner and Handley, has been tagged the Republican choice to succeed Handley. Probate Two Local Wills The wills of the late Mrs. Ha ON DISPLAY AT THE AUTO SHOW The long,-low design.of the 1958 Cadillac Is easily apparent iri this' Sedan de Ville. High-lighting this styling are .the dramatic tail fins which give, a feeling ol grace and (notion to the car's appearance. Another new feature for the 1958 Cadillac is the rear ventipane (ICY) windows. .These ventipanes improve rear passenger visibility and- add length to the car's appearance. The "long, broad shouldered" look is apparent »n alii 1958 Cadillac models now making their debut' throughout 'the country. But Democrats and some Re- j Thimlar and Mrs. Rose E. C. Has- jmblicans refused to believe Jen-'sett, both dated this year, were ner's sudden announcement ruled'filed for probate Monday in the him out as a candidate for renomi- ~ nation in 1958. Democrats, at first jubilant over their chances to win an Indiana seat for the first time in 14 years, cautiously figured the fiery Bedford orator withdrew so ho could be drafted. Some Republicans hoped Jenner might be talked into changing his mind or that he might bow to a draft. At least two prominent Republicans said they were considering seeking Jenner's seat, but Governor Handley—whom Jenner called his "first choice"—was non-committal. Handley said in Chicago he would not make any statement "at this time" but he invited "any and all questions" when he returns to Indianapolis Wednesday. Aides in Handley's office were believed preparing a sta'.ement saying the governor intended to serve his full four-year term—thus ruling him out for any other office State Chairman Cass circui The court. Thimlar estate was esti- until 1960. Democratic Charles Skillen said lack of a specific reason for Jenner's announcement Saturday night "leaves him in a position to be drafted" and the timing of the statement "will give his lieutenants the opportunity to lay the ground work for a "draft Jenner movement." State Sen. D. Russell Bontrager (R-Elkhart), close friend of Jenner's, said he will decide in the next 30 days if he will seek Sen. William E. Jenner's seat. Bontrager said he wants to talk "about number of things" with Jenner, Handley, and Republican State Chairman Robert Matthews. He said he received "innumerable telephone calls from over the state urging me to run." Rep. E. Ross Adair of Indiana's 4th District said he is "definitely interested" in succeeding Jqnner "if there is a reasonable chance of success, and I think there is a good chance of Republican, success next November." Others mentioned as possible candidates were 7th District Congressman William G. Bray, Marion County Prosecutor John G. Tinder, former Gov. George N. mated at $5,000 in personal properly and $30,000 in real estate. Under terms of her will, dated Aug. 2, she left a 240-acre farm in Boone township to a son, James, with the provision that he pay hi.; brother, Hugh, and his sisters, Lucille McCall, Esther Jones, Mildred Lanz, and Henrietta Moon $5,000 apiece. All of the remainder of the estate is to be divided equally among the six children. O'Neill and O'Neill are the attorneys for the estate. The estate of Mrs, Hassett was •esimated at $7,500 in real estate. She left all of her household goods, furniture, dishes, jewelry and pictures to a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bessie Hassett, and asked that her home, 320 West Linden, be sold and the proceeds divided five-sevenths to a son, Francis, 2212 North Twenty-first street, and two-sevenths to a son, Theodore. Dated Oct. 30, the will named Francis, executor. Ball and Eggleston of Lafayette are the attorneys for the estate. Seven Fined In Justice Court Seven motorists were fined in justice court Monday, four of them for breaking speed laws. Richard Berger, 33, of route 2, Rochester, arrested Nov. 27 by Troopr John Gaylor was fined ?1 and costs. Dale En-glish, 30, of. Royal Center, was fined a like amount for speeding on Nov. 27. He was arrested by Trooper Larry Wagenknecht. Keith Carter, 32', of Monticello, and Howard Hinkle, 69, of'route 1, Twelve Mile, both arrested on Nov. 26, by Wagenknecht for speeding, were, both fined $5 and costs. Frank Duncan, 33, o£ Rich Valley, was fined ?5 and costs for mproper passing after his arrest by Trooper H. E. Flinn on Nov. 29. Kenneth Cannon, 20, of route 1, Sfappanee was arrested Dec. 1 by Trooper Richard Keyes for im- jroper, passing and was fined $1 and costs. , John Brand, 18, of route 5, La- 7 ayette, was arrested on Nov. 24 >y Trooper Oscar Mills for im- iroper use of his spotlight was Ined $5 and costs. Infant Daughter Of Denver Couple Dies PERU, Ind. — Teresa Lyrcne Tucker, five day old daughter of Marvin A. and Annette (McLendon) Tucker, Denver, died at Dukes hospital at 9:15 a.m. Monday. She was born at the hospital on Nov. 27. Surviving are the parents, a sister, the grandparents, Mr. anc Mrs. Joe W. Tucker, Denver, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McLendon ; Alamanee, N.C., and the great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tucker, Claypool, and. Mrs, J. E. Lambert, Alamanee, N. C, ' Graveside services will b-3 hale at Mount Hope cemetery with line Rev. A. C. Underwood officiating The body is at the McCain fun-era home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Read the Classified Ads Judge Studies Error Petition Special Judge Russell Gordon of the White circuit court took the petition of Hershel Townsend, 22, city, for a writ of error coram nobis under advisement Monday after hearing the evidence in the Cass circuit court. The only ,two witnesses called were Townsend, who is serving a 10 -to 25 year sentence on a robbery charge, and Prosecutor George Babcock. Townsend's only contention was that he "misunderstood" the penalty for robbery and thought when he pleaded guilty to the charge fchat he would be sentenced to only one to 10 years in the reformatory instead of 10 to 25 years. He was informed of the penalty Judge Clifford Wild, the evidence indicated. He filed his petition on Jan. 13, 1956, after having been sentenced Dec. 30, 1955. He was alleged to have slashed the robbery victim with a broken soft drink bottle at the time of the robbery. He was represented in court by Attorney Lynn 'O'Neill. Townsend was brought here from the reformatory for the hearing. DESERTION LOGANSPORT (UP) — Police and the FBI Monday arrested Joe Lloyd Koontz, 18, Logansport, on charges of desertion from the U. S. Navy. Koontz was arrested at the home of relatives and held in the Cass County Jail for military authorities. The FBI said Koontz deserted from the Navy at Great Youth Thrown Out of Auto Samuel Ben-ner, 17, of route. 2 city, w.as treated at Memorial hospital for a bruised left shoulder after he was thrown from the car he was driving in an accident at 12:10 a.m. Monday on the Cass Carroll county line road five miles southwest of Georgetown. The youth was headed north in a 1955 model sedan owned by his father, Herman Benner, when he struck a pile of rocks at th'e righl side of the road. He was thrown out of the vehicle when it then struck a utility pole, breaking it. The car came to a stop in a pasture field on the Robert 0. Justice farm. It was a total loss, according to the repor to the Cass county sheriff's of fice. Damage to the BBMC pole and five rods of fence on the Justice farm was estimated at $85. Infant Daughter Of Local Resident Dies Mary Jo Handy, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Handy route 6, Logansport, died at 3:30 p.m. Monday at the St. Joseph's hospital. She was born Nov. 14, 1957 in Winamac to George and Bonn-ie (Gross) Handy and leaves as sur vivors the parents, two sisters, anc the grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs Harold Gross, route 2, and Herber Handy, Star City, The body is at the McCloskey Hamilton funeral home. Final rites are pending. "They won't leave except in a new Plymouth!" Can't blame anybody for feeling that way after a look at Plymouth! The Star of the Forward Look is Star of the Auto Show, too... with its new Silver Dart Styling.. .more, brilliant response ... luxurious Torsion-Aire Ride... other years-ahead features exclusively Plymouth's in the Iow-price3! y^ Star of tine Forward Look...Star of the Auto Show... VHOttt y both Prosecutor Babeock and,Lakes, HI., last Aug. 9. Beg in Testing Commercial 'A'iPowerPiant SHIPPING-PORT, Pa. (UP) — The first atomic power plant in the world to produce electricity solely tor commercial use went into test operation Monday. The big nuclear reactor at the Duquesne Light Co. plant here, 35 miles northwest • of Pittsburgh, produced only 25 kilowatts of heat power was generated. But'. after extensive tests are completed, within a month or two, the plant will begin sending 60,000 kilowatsi o£ electricity into company lines. This power—equal to the output of a small hydroelectric dam—will light thousands of homes in the greater Pittsburgh area. It also will turn the machines of industry. When that happens, the long- heralded age of commercial atomic power will have had its beginning. Symbolically, the nuclear test operation was started on the 15th anniversary of Enrico Fermi's success in achieving a nuclear chain reaction, in the world's first reactor. That event took place at Chicago Pee. 2, 1942. Brothers, Aged 6 And 8, Admiit Peru Breakfns PERU, Ind. — Two breakins last Friday just east of Peru were solved Monday when two small brothers aged 6 and 8 admitted to Sheriff Arthur Johns, that they were the culprits. The children and their parent: will be arraigned in juvenile court on Friday. Several hundred dollars damage was do.ne at the Doll House restau rant, located a half-mile west of Peru o:n SR 24. The second break- in was a tool shed at the home ot Tom Veager, route 2, Peru. Some Tuesday Evening, December 3, FRENCH REBEL QUESTIONED—Paris-born Danielle Minne, 18, is questioned in Algiers after her capture trying to reach the Tunisian border of Algeria with a rebel party. A young native doctor, Mefissa Hamouka, also was captured, and Raymonds Preschard, an Arab radio announcer, was killed. Danielle, a Communist, said Preschard had perpetrated a number of bombings in the Algerian fighting. (International Soumlphoto) fishing tackle was stolen from the tool shed. suspects when Sheriff Johns some of the papers and other items stolen from the Doll House in a pail at their home. The children at first denied the breakin, claiming that the restaurant was open and the damage done before they arrived on the scene. Local l : ire Department p^™i Answers Three Calls The Logansport fire department had a bu:;y Monday afternoon an- 'swering three calls. The first call was to a trailer court on High street road where an oil stove in a trailer was overheated. The second was to 902'£ Helm street where another oilstove in an upstairs apartment became overheated. Firemen reported little damage. Firemen were called to file dormitory at the Pennsylvania shops on Eighteenth street where umiuxi uuuii&e aiucowii/tu. » ^uov- . . . . line tank truck on a curve Monday «•» Automatic alarm> sysem rms- Young Driver-Trainee Uninjured in Crash SKBLBYVILLE (UP') — A car used for a high school driver education course sideswiped a gaso- while pupil operated with his by a 15-year-old instructor beside him at the dual controls. Neith Joseph Ash, the Shelbyville High School boy, nor Leroy Compton, his instructor, was injured. But the tank truck burst into flames and was damaged considerably before firemen arrived. behaved and registered a false alarm. Carl CAR STOLEN Wildermuth, 1711 North street, reported to city police that his 1941 model sedan was stolen from his garage between 8 and 11:30 a.m. .Monday. The license number is SS 5497. AT THE LOGANSPORT AUTOMOBILE SHOW . . . DECEMBER 5-8 Motordom's Msisterpiece for IQScS JL V '_L ^-1_N— */ ^~ .XV ' Never before have the virtues of the Cadillac motor car created such unanimous acclaim as they have at this season's automobile shows. And, we are confident that the reception at this show will be no exception. Cadillac's new sweep and stature ... its remarkable new rear fender design ... its dazzling new grille and four-headlamp system ... and its tasteful use of chrome mark it as a singularly beautiful and majestic automotive creation. One look at its new Fleetwood coachcrafting will convince you that it is motordom's masterpiece in spaciousness and luxury. And, unquestionably, v a single journey at the wheel will reveal why this is motordom's masterpiece in performance. After viewing the Cadillac at the show, visit your dealer and spend sixty minutes on the highway. He'll be delighted to welcome you and you'll be thrilled by the demonstration! Safety Plate Glass Used Exclusively In All Models THE SIXTY-TWO COVPE . . . provides a natural distinction by its simple elegance. Powered by a spectacular new high-performance engine, it is the most modestly priced of all Cadillacs. THE SIXTY-TWO SEDAN . .. is an excellent example of Cadillac skill and craftsmanship in creating a motor car of inspiring beauty. A wide selection of fabrics and colors is offered. THE ELDORADO BIARRITZ ... blends the automotive design of tomorrow with today's finest engineering. Every known motoring advancement helps to make your journey an exciting experience. ILLUSTRATED BELOW: THE EXCLUSIVE 1958 FLEETWOOD SIXTY SPECIAL SEDAN—LUXURIOUS AND GRACIOUS IN EVERY DETAIL

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