Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 3, 1957 · Page 48
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 48

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 3, 1957
Page 48
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Twenty-four Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuw State-Owned Cars Become Issue at Indiana Capital INDIANAPOLIS (UP)-An Indiana official said today he might economize in the use of his state- owned car—but not to the extent of giving it up as.did Secretary of State Frank A. Lenning. Asks Building Trades Unions To Keep Wages Give Up Seeking Wage Increases Next Year—Gray ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UP)— A high AFL-CIO official proposed today that three million union members in the building trades voluntarily give up seeking wage increases next year. The proposal, by Richard J. Gray, president of the building I P lacl> - the auto assigned to him in trades department of the AFL-! a "<. ;ar P° o1 " available to others the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lizenby accompanied by Mr.'and Mrs. J. B. Bechdolt of Francesville visited on Thanksgiving day at Indianapolis wi'h Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lizenby. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Spraggins of Lima, Ohio, spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Nellie Reynolds. John McLaughlin and son Pat came last week from Fort Monmouth, N. J., to spend a thirty day leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ludwig, of Winamac, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bonnema at Dalton, 111. Guests at a family Thanksgiving day dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ryan were Mr. and Lenning urned the keys to his j of Battle Creek, Mich, visited over y[ rs [ Percy Beckett, Mr. and 1S57 auto over to C 1 a r e n c e| the weekend in the home of his .jij rs ] p au j ggier an d Miss Mayme Drayer, director of public works j mother, Mrs. Olive McLaughlin. and supply, late Monday. To Deputy State Treasurer Charles G. Bryant he gave back $381.26 he said the state paid him for tiie car's fuel and maintenance. Drayer, who said several weeks ago he needed his state-owned car "like I need a hole in the head," said Monday lie probably would CIO, shocked''600 delsgates to the department's 50th anniversary convention. Gray said a moratorium to some unions in the cement, lumber, steel and other industries related to construction. I At the same time, Gray toned down his criticism of AFL - CIO executive council action against the Teamsters Union and other suspended unions. Reports that Gray would threaten to urge the building trades unions to secede from the AFL- CIO were not borne out by his keynote speech. He did suggest a special meeting of the presidents of the 19 construction unions to draft an "appropriate united course of action" if jurisdictional strife within industrial unions was rot ended by next March. "Either we fight or roll over and play dead," Gray told the delegates. "Should jou choose to fight, I'll fight with you until the last ounce of life is left in me." in his office. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Polstra, Pat Polstra and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Polstra and children spent Thursday at Lafayette in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Polstra. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Polstra left Friday for a week's trip to New Orleans, La. Mrs. Beulah Wattam was accompanied to Chicago by Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Byfield on Friday when she left by train fro,m there Reed of Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ryan and children Nancy and Dickie of Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. William Rinker of Peru; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Linn Vanaman, Chuckle and Mona Sue Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright and son Raymond Linn; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hum of Gary, Mrs. Carl New and daughters Sharon and Joyce Lenning gave up the car because, to go to Reseda, Calif. She expects •• he said about the only use he made! to stay with her nephew and niece,I of it was driving back and forth Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibson, for from his Bloomfield home, He said he will use his own auto from now on. Drayer said the check for $381.26 will be returned to the State Gen. oral Fund. Lenning's car, he said, will go to some department, which normally would trade in its old auto for a brand new one. Walton Library Board to Meet The Walton-Tipton township brary board will meet at the li- li- Winamac Organizes JC Group The newly organized Winamac Junior Chamber of Commerce will hold a charter banquet Thursday evening, Dec. 5 at St. Peter's church dining, hall. The principal speaker of the evening will be Lei: Phillips, state president of the Jaycees. Other out of town guests will be present, including members of the Logansport Jaycees who are the sponsoring of the local group. a year while Mrs. Gibson is teach- "ng. Sp-3 and Mrs. Kenneth Bonnema Ham Supper Walton Methodist Church Wednesday, Dec. 4—5 to 8 p.m. Adults $1.00 . Children 12 and under 50c TIPTON LODGE NO. 33 F & AM Called meeting Wednesday, Dec. 4th at 6:30 p.m. to confer the Master Mason Degree; All Master Masons invited. Refreshments—Oyster Stew. Owen louis Shanteau, W.M. of. Galveston; and Mrs. Wayne New o£ Chicago. . Christine Maria Boos of West Lafayette spent Friday with her ;randmother, Mrs. Louis Boos, while her mother Mrs. Ed Boos and daughter Pamela and Mrs. Friedel Renee were at Chicago. Mrs. Thomas Varga and children Tommy and Therese of Frankfort spent the first of last week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boulden, and Mr. Varga came for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Billerbeck oE Bloomington spent the holiday VETS CAB CO. OPEN 24 HOURS PHONE 3253 brary in Walton at 7 p. m. Friday, | President John Crawford reports Dec. 13, to consider additionanl ap-rthat more than thirty young men propiations totaling $158, according to Floyd Rush, president. The principal request is $75 for books, newspapers and periodicals. Various small itmes make up the balance. SKIIER RECOVERING Jayne Mehaffie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mehaffie, 3219 East Broadway, has been released from a hospital in Denver, Colo., and is recovering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watts at Boulder, Colo., before resuming her studies at the University of Colorado. She was injured while skiing a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Watts are former Logansport residents, and now operate a Dairy at Boulder. RUG CLEANING Hug & Upholstery Cleaning. Materials of all kinds. Pickup. RHOADS KLEVER RUG KLEANERS Phone 4530 Sincere Thanks We wish to express our appreciation to the people of the Pilgrim Holiness church, friends and neighbors, and especially Rev. R. E. McCrory, Dr. L. J. Hillis and nurses at Memorial hospital, for their many acts of kindness and tokens of love during the long illness and passing of Geneva Harshman. —William Harshman, Jim. Joanna, Dora and Lois. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors. Rev. Raymond Skelton, Thomas Drye, Eagles Lodge, General Tire Employes, McCloskey and Hamilton, and em- ployes for their cards, letters and acts of kindness during the bereve- ment of our son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Mayhew Mr. and Mrs. Chester Miller Mr. and Mrs. Earl Samuels and ! family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Mayhew Mr. and Mrs. George Mayhew of the Winamac community have already joined the chapter and that - charter membership will be open until the evening of l;he banquet. Membership is open to men between the ages of twenty-one and thirty-five. Those desiring to join and become charter members are requested to contact the membership chairman, David Barr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Boos daughter, G-ale and Katliy, Mrs. Louis Boos and son Paul spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boos and family of Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wilson moved recently from their farm home to the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ethel Frain, to spend Take Tim* Out From Christmas Shopping relax , . have NOTICE Ol" PIJIILIO SALE Notice Is hereby j?lvi;r\ that G3UAC will sell a 1!I56 Pontlac Motor PS5GH21316 Serial Hum", .it Public Auction on December 10, 1087 nt 10:30 a.m. lit Grusenir.eyer Motor Sales Logansport, Indiana. PUMP REPAIR ANY KIND - ANYWHERE NORTH SIDE PUMP SHOP 727 Franklin Phone 4277 CHICKEN ROYAL and POT PIE Deer Creek Presbyterian Church Wed., Dec. 4th—11:15 to 12:45 • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Billerbeck, and were accompanied home on Sunday by their dauglv ters Gayle and Candace who had spent the week with their grand parents. Mrs. R. R. Shaw attended a Home Demonstration Officer's Training meeting which was hek in the Methodist church at Ply mouth last Tuesday and spoke .on STOKER 1 Refined to give you extra low ash and extra heating hours. Correct clinkers, fragile coke, all the convenience a stoker owner wants. Try it — you'll s«e! Labels tell you it's genuine Great Heart Super Stoker coal. LOGAN FUEL &!CE, Inc. "The Home of Quality Coal" 801 Erie Dial 3733 "THERE IS BEAUTY IN EXTREME OLD AGE" = * (Author's Nom« Below) All members of the health team have one common desire; to help you to live a healthier and longer life. Old age is no longer measured in years but by how youthful you feel. It is. entirely possible for you to greatly enjoy the extra years that improved medical techniques can add. to your life.' Place yourself more in your physician's skilled care. He will, if necessary, prescribe one of the new sustaining medicines or geriatric vitamins that assist your body to stay young longer. YOUR PHYSICIAN Q4N PHONE . 3785 WHEN YOU NEED AMEDICINE Pick 'up your 'prescription while shopping near us. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions.. May we compound yours? HAMMOND PHARMACY LOGAN'S PBHSCRI'PTiON DRUG STORE 6th & Broadway *Quotation by Sir William Gilb«rt (1836-191.1) Copyright 1957 (12W2) Tuesday Evening, December 3, 3 957, the district and slate work. Donald Abbott of Star City was fined $1 and costs in Justice Lebo's court on charges of speeding filed by State Trooper Joe Cihak. COMPLETE LINE OF PET SUPPLIES KASCH'S 524 E. Market Phone 4328 WINTER WONDERLAND BAZAAR Thursday, Dec. 5th 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monllcello Presbyterian Church LANDSCAPING Service Is Our Most Important Product AMERICAN LANDSCAPING CO., Inc. E. City Limits, Peru Ph. EN-1-4260 * Repairing * Remodeling Courteous - Efficient * Building CALL US Home Improvemenf Loans Can Be Arranged WM. P. LONER & SONS, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 900-22nd St. Phone 3138 Tipton Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. Called meeting Wednesday, Dec. 4, 9:15 a.m., to attend funeral services for our late deceased brother, Samuel H. Johnson, a sojourn member. —Owen Louis Shanteau, W. M. Thinking of what to give your man for Christmas? We have the perfect answer in our Gift Pak. Famous Governor Rib Socks by Esquire Sock:, style-matched with beautiful repp ties make a gift any style conscious male would be overjoyed to receive. We have a wonderful selection of Gift Paks for $2.95 and $3.95. No need to know his sock size as the Governor fits any man size 10 to 14. Colors. Station Wagon for '58! Now get roomy Ambassador luxury, Ambassador comfort, Ambassador power, in America's smartest station wagon—the all-new Ambassador V-8 Cross Country by Rambler. See it with entirely new jet stream styling, pushbutton driving, Powr-Lok anti-spin differential. NEW 270 HP V-8 Finest Car Ever Priced So Close to the Lowest! Mofon Mvoni Mon R & R MOTOR SALES E. Main-Next WSAL Lojiontport Phon» 4341 MARTY'S SALES & SERVICE 330 Water Street Logantport phon» 2570 Ever since it went on the market more than 70 years ago, Fuel Satisfaction* has been the No. 1 industrial coal. It has maintained this top position because it. consistently "measures up" for quality, economy and dependability. This Bituminous Coal, whether used for heat, power or special purpose, is superior because it is cleaner and purer . . . because it is virtually "tailor-made" for specific needs. Try one load, and you'll agree — there's no better coal available. *Fucl Satisfaction is the name given th* mtar fine bftndt of superior all.purposc Bituminous Coal mined alonf the Norfolk and Western. 1. J. WHITLOCK, JR., W.trltt Mtnnf«r COAL IURUU ROOM IM, Ml I. L» ULLI IT. 1LD*. TILIPHONI «Ap.*ol*h »-«M4 CHICAOO 4, (LUNCH! Read the Classified Ads Swiss Steak Supper—4:45-7:15 Holiday Food market—1:00-7:00 St. James Lutheran Church Ninth and Spear Streets Thursday, December S Adults—1.25 Children-65c Wise gift seekers look for mockers Something to celebrate—giving and getting the most luxurious of all leather accessories. Handbag No. 6042 in Brown Stccrhide. Other colors in •mooth Calf. $17.50« ' No. 749 has double expansion construction. A variety of leather*., ' $0 to $15* No. 322 Smart billfold for "her." Cowhide m K variety of colors. $5* I No. 340 has patented exptm> sion acres* bottom. In Many Leather*. J5 to $15*' •Plat 10% Fed. Tax Names stamped in gold or silver Free of charge on items of $2 or more. 31 5 Fourth St. Dial 2762 WEDNESDAY SPECIALS FRESH SAUSAGE YEUOW CREEK COUNTRY STYLE IB. 49c ROASTED SAUSAGE YHIO WC«EK u.59c A Complete Line of Dietetic Foods CANDY - COOKIES - FRUITS - JELLY - POP Thank You! 1 DAY PHOTO FINISWNG SERVICE AND PHOTO ! Anvtrkan ExprMS Money OrcUrs At Alt T'rmti SMITH'S MARKET NOT THE B1GGEST-BUT THE BUSrEST 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p.m.— Sundays and Weekdays ONLY WOLF GIVES YOU BLUE HEAT Premium Fuel Oil Additive that aiturat cttantr, mor* *ffiei«nt heat, at savin91 up t« 20% — PLUS — RED STAMPS JON CASH PURCHASES) For the same price as ordinary fuel oil. WOLF COAL & SUPPLY 314 Heath Phont 3990 WARDS° Four Big Groups Priced At $1, $2, $3 And $5 Many Stylet And Typw Priced From $2.W To $9.95 Reductions 20% TO 75%

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