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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 48

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 4, 1957
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Twenty-four Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune WORK PROGRESSES ON SCHOOL ADDITION i QGANSPORT Pi •• iSLi Ike Sets Swift Pace On Road to Recovery By MERRIMAN SMITH j his brain to Ihe point that it had United Press White House Writer j caused some .speech impediment. WASHINGTON (UP)-President Suspect in Slaying Faces Lie Test Today CARSON. N.D. CUP)—Authorities today planned lie tests for an inmate suspected of being the masked killer who dragged a .medical bulletins as long as the| prisoner from his Grant County One week ago the President's i President continues to progress i jail cell and bludgeoned him to physician said his -ecent illness! satisfactorily. Press Secretary death. would "require a period of rest | James C. Hagerty said bulletins The body of Clarence Harter, 24, and substantially decreased activ-| would not be issued unless there j Mandar., N. D., was found Tuesday on steps outside his cell. The steps led to the jail basement where a fellow inmate, Martin Zimmer- Eisenhowcr's recovery from a cerebral attack appeared today to have well outpaced the expectations of his doctors. Speech Impediment Gone The speech impediment has dis- appaeared and the White House has decided to discontinue d<'iily Wednesday Evening. December 4, ity estimated at several weeks." His schedule Tuesday and today, however, bore no particular resemblance to "rest and substantially decreased activity." He scheduled a meeting today with Republican House and Senate leaders to go over administration plans for the next Congress. Later this week, possibly Thursday, he plans to drive to his farm at Gettysburg, Pa., for a long weekend. Tuesday A Long Day was a change in the President's condition. The White House still had no word on whether the President will go to Paris for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization "summit" meeting later this month. It he goes in all probability he would have to leave Washington some time around Dec. 14 to arrive in Paris for !he opening' of the session Dec. 16. A decision on Paris may not be made until some time next i,u T after the President returns from The' President's day Tuesday Gettysburg, was amazing in its length'and occupation in the light of the doc- Highway Employe Killed by Auto BROWNSTOWN (UP»-An Indi. ana State Highway Department worker was killed by an automobile Tuesday night while spreading .sand on the icy floor of a bridge on Ind. 250. The victim was Lewis Edward Kidd, 63, who lived near Crolhers- ville. Police said Kidd stepped into the path of a car driven by Edward R. Patman, 31, Seymour. 13 BELOW ZERO NEW'YORK (UP)—The coldest spot in the nation today was Fraser. Colo., where the mercury man, was discovered injured and p] ung<K j , 0 ]3 below zero. Tues> suffering from shock in a furnace. day - s rop0 rted high, 85, was at i Gabriel, Calif. Police said Zimmerman, who i denied any part in the slaying although he admitted he and Harter lulll „, ,,.„, ,_„ „.,had been feuding, will be taken to| carlhed a R oman mainstreot. A Bismarck for a lie detector test. 1 2nd Cent ury tombstone also was Zimmerman claimed the killer | found: Excavation of the Roman town of Aguntum in Tyrol recently un- BRIG. HILL RETIRES tor's statements of only a week ago. The President devoted most - of the morning to the bipartisan conference of Congressional House and Senate leaders. This meeting lasted from 9:06 a.m. to 12:55 p.m. The President left for an hour and 20 minutes but -spent this time in his office. He went to lunch and a midday rest at about 1 p.m. and returned to his office at 2:30 p.m. There he held conferences with Dr. James R. Killian,'his special scientific "adviser, and Vice Presi- Workmen at l,he Daniel Webster grade school addition began laying forms Monday lor the foundation for the seven classrooms and the I dent Richard M. Nixon. He also dictated to his personal secretary, Mrs. Ann Whitman. Thus his office day, exlcuding the hour and a half off for lunch, ran from 8:15 a.m. to 5:20 p.m. This was one week after his phyr sicians were issuing bulletins about his having suffered either a clot or a vascular spasm in one of the small blood vessels of INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Brig. Herbert Hill of the Salvation Army announced Tuesday his retirement i'rorri active service after 43 years, iiince 1948,. he has served as the army's state secretary lor Indiana. ter and himself. He said the man was slender but muscular and wore a red mask with eyehole slits in it. Jim While Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Card of Thanks lu) M , lu . . We sincerely wish to thank all Zimmerman had implicated Har- 1 the wonderful neighbors, friends ter in a series of forged checks and relatives, Fisher funeral home, passed in the area, authorities and Rev. Hoffman for kindnesses said, and claimed that Harter had 1 shown during our recent bereave- threatened him. Iment, the passing of our dear hus- mnHi-purpose room to be added there. For the past month Hie crews have been grading the lot and excavating for the foundation. The new addition will be on the east side of the present building i which occupies the 2300 block of East Market street. The work Is 'Expected to be completed by next fall. Winomac An icy highway was blamed for a collision Wedn?sday morning of a pickup truck driven by Verlin Klinefelter, route 2 North Judson and a car driven by Carl 0. Dowden of Fort Wayne. The 1957 truck traveling east on State road 14 five miles east of Winamac and •the west bound 1957 tudor sedan both went into <i skid and collided as they left the pavement on the south side. Neither driver was Injured. Sheriff Ralph Galbreath estimated the damage to the truck as about $75 and to the car about $200. Chester Buell of Headlee escaped Injury last Wednesday night wh«n he lost control of the pick-up truck he was driving. 1'he mishap occurred south of Pulaski on State road 119. The truck struck a small culvert and turned over. Buell was fined $5 and costs in Justice Lebo's court on a reckless driving charge, filed by Sheriff Ralph Galbreath, the investigating 1 officer. Damage to the truck was estimated at about $200. Orville suffered Chamness of Winamac a brain occlusion on Thursday and has been in a critical condition at his home on N. Market Street, but is slowly improving after being in a semi-conscious condition for several days. Guests in the home of Mr. am: Mrs. Lewis Salla on Nov. 24 for a pre-Thanksgiv:.ng dinner were Miss Eelanor Lange of Indianapolis, Mrs. Carrie Caldwell of Bass Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lange and son Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lange. Thanksgiving day guests in the were accompanied home by Albert and Edwin Gawell and David Galbreath who will visit until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gawell went for the boys on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sorners si*nt inducted into the armed forces as selective service inductees. eil on Monday evening. Council I member James Jenkins sppke 'on A marriage license has been! noisy muf n ers , speeding and park- issued to Miss Elizabeth Ann Blair daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Blair of Francesville and Den- from Wednesday to Friday last! ton Lloyd Lyon son of Denton C. week in the home of her parents, i Lyon of Middlebury, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. John Rfiinhart, oi Cincinnati!, Ohio and all were guests Thursday in the home oi Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stover.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bertrand; and son Harold Loyed of WilmDre, Ky. spent the holiday weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith. Miss Auda Sue Fisher student at Olivet college, Kankakee, 111, spent the Thanksgiving vacation in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Goble. Thanksgiving day guests in the home of Mrs. Ray McClure were Miss Anna Metz, Miss Myrtle Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Salla. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fry and family of Holland, Mich, were weekend guests in the home ol his uncle and aunt Mr. and I/Irs. Clay Zellers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold T, Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Smith of Kankakee, 111. visited over the weekend in the home of th<; men's parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wilson and children spent Thanksgiving with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Sel'..e, at South Bend and the children Pam and Stevie stayed until Sunday with their grandparents. David W. Forest son of Mrs. William Forest of Winamac and home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert! Arthur Dean Smith of Kokc-mo, Gawell were Mr. and Mrs. Patrick-j former resident of Star City went Appollonio of Logansport. They i to Indianapolis Wednesday to be FURNITURE AUCTION" As we are discontinuing the handling of furniture and are going to handle only TV's, Radio's & Sweepers, we will sell at public auction our complete stock of new furniture, located at the corner of Union and Jefferson Streets in Kokomo; on Wednesday,. Dec. 4 —Aft. 1:30 p.m.—Eve. 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5—Evening 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6—Evening 7 p.m. Consisting of: Philco refrigerators, 8, 12 & 16 ft. deluxe models;' Crosley electric ranges; Well-Bill gas ranges; National. Tiptoe. & Hauskee-Harian living room suites, and lounge chairs in all colors and fabrics, some with foam rubber cushions; Occasional chairs; tilt- back chairs; TV swivel chairs; Bassett bedroom suites, with both twin and full sized beds, mattresses, and box springs; chest of drawers; dresser; several blond and mahogany occasional tables; tier tables; corner tables; coffee tables; end tables; table & floor lamps; bridge lamps; Bendix electric dryer; Hollywood beds; new portable TV; sectional suites and davenports; bunk beds; linoleums; desks At chairs; chrome & wrought iron breakfast sets; .metal utility cabinet; ash trays; used TV's 17, 21 & 24" with 30 day guarantee; and other articles. TERMS—CASH OR MERCHANDISE CAN BE BOUGHT W;';TH 10% down with 18 months to pay the balance, on approved credit. Not responsible in case of accidents. AUCTIONEERS NOTE—T^is is an exceptionally nice line of new furniture of high quality and a choice of coverings and colors. This is all merchandise purchased within the last few months and contains no obsolete or off grade stock. Plan -now to attend either one or all of these auctions as it will afford the opportunity for you to purchase those items of new furniture you have been thinking about, before Christmas, as all of the furniture is to be sold at Auction. ' KNOLIFF FURNITURE CO., Kokomo Roy Crume, Auctioneer—Kokomo Phone GL—2-6619 Mrs. Lou MeKinley and Mrs. Robert Zellers were business visitors in Indianapolis on Monday: Drivers being fined SI and costs in Justice Lebo's court after being stopped for driving through an electric speed timer which was set up on U.S. 35 south of Winamac Monday afternoon were Raymond Quillen, Gary; Otto Paul, Kewanna; Everett. Calvin, Kenneth Sprague, Plymouth; Misawaka; Chester Gunderson, Jacksonville, 111.; Charles Stevenson, Dayton, Ohio. State Troopers Rudy Schultz, Joe Cihak and Roy Sheets conducted the check and charged the drivers with traveling more than 40 in a 30 mile-an-hour zone. Ovid Ottinger of Bethel Pike and John S. Burke of Gary were each fined $1 and costs in Justice Lebo's court on charges of speeding filed by State Trooper Joe Cihak. All members of the Winamac police force were present at the regular meeting of the town coun- Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. Candy & Bake Sale 1 P. M. Thurs. St. James Parish. 9th & Spear. Card of Thanks We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to our friends and neighbors, the Gentry mortuary, and Rev. William. Moschell in the Passing of our son. —Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cripe and relatives. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and Kroeger funeral home for the kindness, flowers and sympathy shown us during the loss of our son. —Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Scheffer and daughter. ing meters, and "it was decided to issue a public notice on the mat- ler. Tow bids, were submitted to the group for the new police ear to be purchased. Shepherd Sales and Service were low bidders at $943.00, for a 1958 Delray, 2 door Chevrolet 6 cylinder. The other bid was made by the Winamac Ford Motor Co. at. $1023.10. The Shepherd bid was accepted. The final meeting for 1957 will be held on Monday, Dec. 30 at 1 p.m. WOF Circle No. 2 of the Christian church will meet Wednesday evening, Dec. 5 at'the home of Mrs. Floyd Hall with Mrs. Al Taylor, Mrs. Earl Moore and Mrs, Harry Ross as assistant hostesses. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Francis Knarr, there will be a white elephant gift exchange and a collection whl be taken for the Cleveland Children's Home. VETS CAB CO. OPEN 24 HOURS PHONE 3253 Swiss Steak Supper 4:45 P.M. Thurs., St. James Parish. 9th & Spear. It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us. for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOGANSPORT 511 Erie Phone 3C50 Zimmerman was not confined In; band and father, the cell with Harter, but slept in I —Cordia Townsend, wife, the nearby sheriff's office. | . • Virgil and John E., sons. Read the Classified Ads ORDER YOUR Personalized Christmas Cards QUICK SERVICE 50 lor $1.95 and up Hallmark Cards "The most beautiful in the World" Exclusive with us. TIMBERLAKE'S REGISTER NOW THOMAS and EVERMAN Co. far PLYMOUTH'S BIGCONTEST Win $500-A-Month for Life and a New '58 Plymouth See Our DODGE WHITE CHRISTMAS Special—Complete at a Price A TURKEY WILL BE GIVEN FREE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT at 8:00 o'clock (Until Christmas)—Nothing lo buy— You merely register. Also Free Lawrence Welk Xmas Records Thomas & Everman Co. ~k YOUR DODGE—PLYMOUTH DEALER •*• 517 North St. Phone 4811 Card of Thanks We express our thanks to St. Joseph hospital, Dr. Bailey, Rev. S fc e 11 o n, McCloskey-Hamilton, friends, neighbors, for acts of kindness during illness and death of our. tieloved wife and mother, Florence E. Kimberling. —Mr. Glen Kimberling, Mrs". Mary Dunkin. PUBLIC AUCTION Due to the death of my husband I will sell at pubiic auction at my residence located l',4 miles east ol! Walton on 218 on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1957 Sale to begin at 11:30 A.M. GRAIN—SOO bu. good corn in crib; 125 bu. more or less good quality oats. MACHINERY—1 Co-Op E3 tractor & 2 row cultivators; 1 Avery tr?.clor & 2 row cultivators; Int. "52" combine; Blackhawk 2 row corn, planter; box bed; hammer mill; 2 electric motors; Co-Op ir.actor manure spreader on rubber; Int. 2 bottom 14" breaking plow on rubber; 7 ft. tractor mower; Co-Op l-row corn picker; small corn elevator; tandem disc; MW 2 bottom 12" plows; cultipacker; 2 rubber tired wagons & beds; gravel bed; 2 wheel trailer; tractor wheel weights; scour-kleen for Int. combine; small air compressor; heat houser for Co-Op tractor; Clipper fan mill; hog fountain; single shovel plow; clover seed bags; 300 gal. gas tank & pump; water trough; feed lank; tank heater; wheelbarrow; block S: tackje; brooder house; oil barrels; electric brooder; miscellaneous tools & other items not mentioned.- TERMS CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE QF ACCIDENTS. Lunch will be served on Grounds. MRS. CHESTER MARTIN, Owner Roy Crume, Auctioneer Kokomo Phone Gl-26619 L. H. Babb, Clerk WE STICK TO OUR LASTS There was a time v/hon pharmacists often were called "Doc." Doubtless it was a complimentary gesture.- Even in this late day, the pharmacist frequently is asked to diagnose andprescribe by his customers. But like the shoemaker, we pharmacists stick to our own lasts. We neither dNgnose nor prescribe. These health team functions fall wilhl* the special province of physicians both by law and professional training. As a member of the health team, we are an intermediary, serving both the doctor and the patient. Our job is to compound, your prescriptions carefully and promptly. Enjoy Good, Strong, Guaranteed Relief From ARTHRITIC PAINS with AR-PAN-E)! Dp you suffer Irom the sharp, crippling torture of arthritic or rheumatic pains? Only the sufferer can really know how these horrible, wracking pains can stop you from fully'enjoying life. Probably you have tried many old* fashioned paltiatlvrs or pain klltera without eftect. But now there i> new medical reason for hope. 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