Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 28, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune ' Knowledge-for-Peace Conference Advocated WASHINGTON (UP) - The nation's atomic chief proposes an international knowledge-for-peace conference in hopes of putting man's scientific genius to work for his good rather than his destruction. In what could prove to be a historic announcement, Chairman Lewis L. Strauss of the Atomic Energy Commission revealed his ambitious idea on a television program and elaborated in an interview with the United Press. Disclosing it was he who suggested the famous 1955 atom-for- oeace conference in Geneva, Switzerland, to Preident Eisenhower, he said he has been discussing his new idea with Eisenhower for several months and hopes "we may be able to make some progress." What he would do now is gather together the world's leading economists, philosophers, historians and other great minds in the so- caHed "humanitic" fields to try to find ways to avert not only atomic war but medical, biological and other threats to hu-man existence. He said the object is to see if something can be done Uiat has never been attempted: To find whether something short of a world religious revival ,can help man control and use his inventiveness for his own good. From such a meeting, which presumably would include Soviet thinkers if it followed the blueprint of the atoms-for-peacc conference, Strauss said he believes a plan might emerge that would keep man's moral standards abreast or ahead of his discoveries in the physical universe. Boy, 13, Shoots Older Brother Accidentally; Then Fires Second Shot CROWLEY, La. (UP)—Conrad Thibodeaux, 13, told a co'roner's jury he., accidentally shot h,i's brother Jack, 15, in' the back and then shot him again, because he did not want to see him suffer. Conrad said the gun -went off accidentally while he was loading it Sunday night while they were alone in their farm home. Conrad said his brother screamed ' and stumbled when the shot hit him in the back. "I held the gun in my left hand 'and aimed-, it at Jack," the boy said. "I put my right hand over my eyes and pulled 'the trigger." The second shot hit Jack in the head. The jury found that Jack died from two bullet wounds inflicted "at the hands" of the younger brother. No charges were filed. Freak Sandstorm Hits English Coast Resort WEYMOUTH, England (UP)—A freak sandstorm lashed this South Coast seaside resort Monday night, with drifts up to 14 feet piling up in the downtown streets. A 60-mile-an-hour wind whipped up sand from the beaches and through the town. Firemen wearing goggles and masks poured millions of gallons of water onto the beach to prevent it from blowing away. A number of cars and trucks were buried under the sand drifts but there were no reports of injuries. Gordon MacRae Settles $10,000 Damage Suit LOS ANGELES (UP) - 'singer Gordon MacRae has settled a $10,000 damage suit resulting from a traffic accident in December, 1955, but faces litigation on a'$125,000 action brought by a woman involved in the crash. . The settlement of a SlO.OOO suit, filed by Leonard Miller, 39, of Van Nuys, Calif., was announced Monday in Superior Court. The singer' was reported to have agreed to pay Miller .$2,325. Another case brought by Mrs. Marion Dunn, 38, was scheduled for trial Sept. 12. Miller charged MacRae with Crashing into the back of his car, forcing it into an automobile driven by Mrs. Dunn. Read the Classified Ads Macy Jack Pavey, pastor of the Macy ^ethodist church, was ordained as elder Sunday at the Methodist Northern Indiana conference at Wabash. Attending the conference from Macy were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Townsend and daughters, Mr. -and Mrs. Ed Polley, Gayle Carson and mother, Laura Carson, Mr. and Sirs. Harvie Pratt, Mrs. Golda Baber, Mrs. Hazel Brookwalter, Georga Schoen, Mrs. Fern Biggs, and Mrs.. Frank Fishley. Also Mrs. Howard See, Nola Kotterman, Mrs. Leon Dolby, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Agle and Bill, Ellis Porvell and daughters, Carol and Anita, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ashby, Mr. and Mrs: Owen Murphy, formerly of Macy now of Silver Lake. Allen Township Jr. Home Demonstration club will entertain the Washington Townsnip HD club on PUBLIC AUCTION Since we have sold our home, we will sell our Household Goods and Personal Property at 317 North Jefferson St., Flora, Ind., on SATURDAY, JUNE 1st—12 Noon (Prompt) Consisting 'of the following: One living room suite; one tilt-back chair 'and ottoman; some occasional chairs; coffee tables; end tables; small stands; 2 matching green Bigelow rugs, 10x12 and 22x12; some throw rugs; very nice 3-piece dining room-suite with 6 chairs, Walnut veneer; one 2-piece dining room suite with 6 chairs, refinished and in good condition; one White electric sewing machine; chrome breakfast set with 6 chairs; Magic Chef bottle gas range; 11-ft, Philco refrigerator; three 3-piece bedroom suites; 1 Simmons bed and mattress; some radios and parts; bookcase; sewing rocker; picture frames; some mirrors; 2.antique stands; curtain stretchers; 3 cane bottom chairs; one lot of dishes and cooking utensils; 2 pressure cookers; some new tin cans and sealer; some bedding, linens, etc,; garden tools; lawn mowers; dies and thread cutters; many articles too numerous to mention; also some truck parts. MACHINERY—Consists of 6-row power take-off duster; 6-in. by 40-ft, endless drive belt; 1957 Plymouth Belvedere 4-cloor with power! steering and power brakes; 1951 Dodge Coronet 2-door; 1948 Ford '/4-ton pickup.truck with 4-speed transmission. TERMS—Automobiles can bo financed before sale by seeing owner. Personal property cash. Not responsible in case of accident. MRS. RAYMOND LANDIS Rinchart & Son, Flora, Phone 11 Glen Elkenberry Auctioneers Clerk Thursday, June 8. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Shambarger are the parents of a 7 pound, A ounces boy, born Monday at the Woodlawn hospital. Named Loren Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Savage Argyle and Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Tribby and Andy, of Rochester, attended the time trials at Indianapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hatch visited with Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Bartlett Sunday at Lakeville. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Porvell were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Richards of Peru and of Mrs. Henry Miller and two.daughters of Roann. Misses Anita Savage, Sharon Savage and Sue Robbins spent the weekend in Tell City as guests of Charlotte Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Hatch of Rochester and Mrs. Glen Hurst at- tended commencement exercises at Bourbon recently. Miss Nancy Hatfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hatfield and granddaughter of Mrs. Hurst was one of the 36 graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Renfroe and Marsha spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Myron Wilson and daughter in Park Forest, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller visited in Royal Center Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hooker arid children, of Rochester, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Dalsen. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Savage and Anita and Sue Robbins attended senior day activities Friday at the Methodist hospital in Indianapolis. Miss-Sharon, a senior nurse, participated in the program. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Towns and daughters recently entertained at a surprise lawn party and wiener FOR SALE RESIDENCE Located at 1717 North Street, Logansport, Indiana 2 story with 7 rooms, 5 down with full bath and 2 up, with plenty of closet space; kitchen has built-in cupboards and sink; closed-in back porch; Improved roof and slate siding. Immediate Possession This property will be sold to the high bidder at tho office of the TRUST DEPARTMENT of THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPORT, JOlMi Fourth Street, Logansport, at 2 P. M., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1957, subject to fall installment of 1956 taxes payable in 1957, for not less than the full appraised value thereof. Such appraisement can be obtained at the office of the Trust Deportment of this Bank. TERMS: $500.00. down on day of sale and balance when deed and abstract are ready. Purchaser will receive Administrator's deed and abstract will show a clear, unincumbered, merchantable title. " , We reserve the right to reject any and all bids. WALTER A. STOLL ESTATE The National Bank ot Lognnsport, Administrator. Tuesday Evening, May 28, 1957. roast at their home In honor of Miss Marsha Renfroes' birthday. Present were Carol Smith, Janice Van Dalsen, Carol Porvell, Beth Sioufe, Anita Savage, Susan Robbins and Larry Polley, Lervell Fincher, Dale Rudd, Dick and Ted Edwards, Jerry and Jay Lee, David Dubois, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Renfroe. Miss Phyllis Ann Morrotto, of Chicago, was weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bash and Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stinsun Sr. attended commencement exercises at Plymouth. Their granddaughter, Susan Joann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stinson, was one of the graduates. Capt. and Mrs. Othis Winter o! Rochester was guest Sunday ' of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stinson Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William Lawson had guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tempel and family of Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Bower Day and family and Mrs: Claud Palmer and family. FKOM ERIE NEWPORT, R.I.—Rabbi Theodore Lewis, who heads America's oldest synagogue here, is a native of Dublin, Ireland. PUBLIC AUCTION Clip This Ad Saturday, June 1,1957 — 1:00 P.M. (DST) Location: From Clymers, 4 miles South on blacktop road; From Camden, 4 miles East on 218, North 3M: miles; From Deer Creek, 4 miles West on 21B, North 3K miles; North of bridge over Rock Creek oii West side of road. As we have rented our farm, we shall sell (he following livestock, farm equipment, and household goods: 123 laying hens, 3 Chester White sows Cfarrow by sale time), II heavy shoats. Formal tractor on rubber wiUi corn cultivators, drill, Allis dial- mer combine, Oliver 2-row corn picker, tandem disc, breaking plow (14" 2-bottom), John Deere corn planter, grain and hay wagon, mower, side delivery rake, John Deere manure spreader, implement boat, corn shellcr, Holland hay baler, rotary hoe, lot lumbar, gate material, several tools, 1 hog house, 3 hog troughs, 12 hog feeding pans, 100 bu. corn in crib, 250 bales alfalfa and timothy mixed hay, some straw, mounted gas barrel and hose, antique horse sleigh, extension ladder, 25'8" drive belt, 2 double trees, single tree. HOUSEHOLD: 9x12 Axminster rug, Spoed Queen washer with drain pump, electric cream separatcr, electric hot plate, Colemnn oil heating stove, 450 gal. oil barrel, living room suite, Domestic sewing machine, Duplex electric sweeper, ironing board, hand wringer on stand for tubs, 2 onk breakfast tables and chairs, 2 kitchen cabinets, square onk dining table and chairs, coal range, 7 chairs, 4 rocking chairs, 3 steel beds with foalher ticks, 2 dressers and cnmodc, several antiques, picture frames, cherry writing desk, smoking stand, oil lamps, battery radio, antique churn and many small articles too numerous to mention. Not responsible for accidents. Settle before moving. JASPER AND HELEN FOUTS John Case, Auctioneer James Sink, Clerk END-0-MONTH... ^ARG Airfs? 3 Big Days to Save REA D EVERY ADI Shop Every Store SPONSORED BY NEED A NEW GARAGE DOOR? Call- South Side Lumber Co. - FOR A FREE ESTIMATE. You con own a new easy to operate sectional garage door installed for nothing down, and low monthly payments. PhlONE 2319 TODAY South Side Lumber Co. (111 Hm-llriHion Avu. Phono 2IUO E. O. M. Clearance DeLuxc Bcridix I roner. Open a l - both ends. Reg. ! ,279.93' $115.75 Tappari Built-in Gas Ovon and Broiler. Chrome finish. Rag, $299.95 $204.34' , Apart men I- Sixe Gas Range. Reg. $109.95 $67.44 2 Cu. Ft. Philco Refrigerator double door, automatic defrost, Reg, $539.95 $377.04 OLSEN'S THIKD l''I,OOH APl'UANCKS «1 E. Mlirktit THE LEADING MERCHANTS WHO ARE OFFERING OUTSTANDING CLEARANCE VALUES OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY. IT PAYS TO SHOP THE CLASSIFIED WAY. AT FOSTER'S SAVE $100.00 On This Brand Mew 88-Piece 3 ROOM OUTFIT JUST RELEASED FROM STORAGE 9-Pc. Living Room Group Consists of Davenport MitlchliiK chair 2 I'lml luhltm I f!0ckt<ill Uililii •I, Tfiblo ImnpH I WroilKhl Iron miifjn/lno nick 1 Wroimht Iron miiokor 9-Pc. Bedroom Group Consists of llll III™ 1)11(1 Mirror MnlchlnK chmii nvnllnblo 2 Vmilty Imripn Ul'OKHW Hilt 1 pnlr food plllowii 9- PC. Breakfast Group Consists of * B-|>K. DlniiLUi mil * IM-|>c. Dlimm'wiiro Htit * Utility cnhliuil, III'IHK IS YOlllt OPI'OirrilNI'l'Y TO ACQUIttlS II ROOMS UK NI'JW FUUNITUIU': KOIl ONLY $366.20 THIS MI'IUOJIANniHiC IS HCT Ui' IN GUI I. STOHI'l li'OH YOUH JNHl'KCTlON! THIS HAI/ANCK CAN UK IIAN1)I,I:!I) KOR ONLY $11.01) I'KIt WIMK I''or H'vonliiK Appolnl.iiumt , J'hono llfiliV, Holoro 5 I 1 , M. If Otil or Town Ituvoi'M) tflwrijuii and AH!( Cor Crmlll AdJwiLor FOSTER'S FURNITURE CO. . "Tim I'YIomlly Rloro" 412 IK. Mm-kot J'linno 3B!« E. O. M. SALE! WARDAIRE • AIR CONDITIONER FOR CJJSAN—COOL—niWUKSIHSD LIVING • $179.88 JloKiilnr $IIMUlfi—•% Ton DcLiixo Jlimni Air Conrtlllonnr pr|nnl Lo Nullomil HrumlH. l'rU:o<! lit . . . |m Qiimitlty limited. WINDOW FANS I1K T'HIOI'ARKI), HAVK YOUH KAN 1NSTAUJ5D THAT Fiiiser HOT DAY. $26.97 Jinn. $1111,1115— III" Window fun Kixiclnlly prlcml for thin s»1o. SAVK $l!l Now Oni'liiK Our 10. 0. M. Suhi BOAT & MOTOR COMBINATIONS •'CUT PRICED FOR E.O.M. BIGGEST SELECTION IN TOWN ON DISPLAY JIIIHIINU MAIN STOHIfi 12' AI.UM. MOAT, fi I-J.P. :0oliixo Motor $34 Down $20 Per Monlli IV AI.l/M. IIOAT, .12 H, V. Hpiielnl Motor $36 Down $21 Per Month JS'-ViniBllCILASM HUNAUOUT, 25 II,P, Klcc. -i.fi II.P. Motor 1 $110 Down $61 Per Month 14' ALUM. HUNAIIQUT. !!R H,l'. Kli.ic, 25 11,1'. Motor $79 Down $44 Per Month Montgomery Ward 4IS1 lOnnt Brouclwny I'liono 411)9 E,O. M. SPECIAL- For the Picnicker One Gallon Capacity PICNIC JUG "Tliu Porfout. Summer Companion" -lot or Cold ANOTHER QUALITY Special Purchase Reg. $5.95 NOW— $2.99 * Prnlfirtwl rimli-nnlton Spljiol. * llnhi'oiikiililo Innurllnui', * l-Oiil. CnpnclLy, * KIWIM ConltmlH Dot or Coltl for Hours. B. F. Goodrich Now nl Our Now Locution 416 HIGH ST. i'lione 27IW BAIRD'S Have 10 Different Models of 1 en-Wides. Over 45 New and Used MOBILE HOMES To 'Choose' From $395 UP BAIRD'S MOBILE HOMES 2 M'HIIH Sniilh of IVni on II. S, :il 1 'limns 1'm-ii (illlilliiy .'HWrtll FOR THE LADIES... Sleeveless Blouses Each * Whito ' : ' Colors S. S. Kresge &Co. ^ 422 K. Bromiwny Phone 3412 E. O. M. SPECIAL 50 Ft. Vinyl GARDEN HOSE Special Price $3.99 , S. S. Kresge &Co. in K. Rramlwiiy 1'ltana 3112

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