Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 3, 1957 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Oppose Batesville's Plan to Borrow Funds To Expand Facilities BATESVILLE, Ind. (UP)—Bitter opposition to the 'Batesville Telephone Company's proposed borrowing of federal money to expand facilities was expressed Tuesday before the Indiana Public Service Commission in a hearing held here. . The company's proposed -1,140.000 loan from the government was attacked by Mayor Harry J. Johnson and John W. Hillenbrand, head of the Chamber of Commerce. Johnson and Hillenbrand said service improvements planned by the utility are not needed and a rate increase needed to finance the loan would not be justified. A PSC spokesman said a decision should be handed down in •bout three weeks. Monticello The Indiana Shorthand Reporter's Association will hold its annual summer meeting at Roth Park Hotel on Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14. This is an annual get- together of the Reporters of Indiana and last year was held at Lake Wawasee. The president is Miss Margarita Karkocas, reporter for Federal Judge Cale Holder, Indianapolis. Mrs. Dorothy Rau, vice president and Mrs. Mary A. Whyte, secretary, both serving as grads will leave for this tour of duty. The six months active period, two months basic and four months of advanced training, will be followed by five and a half years of reserve duty. Mrs. Ethel Miller is a patieti'. in White County Memorial Hospital for observation and x-rays. She has been there about a week. Mrs. Dick Gosman is imporving nicely from major surgery performed last Thursday at White County Memorial Hospital. She is a patient in room 36. Mrs. Inez Poe returned home Tuesday noon from.the St. Joseph Hospital at Logansport where she had submitted to surgery. Mayor Wilmer McClintic is improved but still confined to bed at his home, 102 West Washington street, after having been ill since Sunday with an attack of the flu TWO POLICEMEN SHOT Winamoc Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lebo andj son, Jerry, were at Purdue, Mon- 1 day for orentation day. Jerry is enrolled there in the school of Electrical engineering, for the fall term. Mr. and Mrs. William M., Owen and daughter, Terry, of Lafayette, sperft the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Owen Carolyn Owen came home after a month at Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Deo Clapp of Gary were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holmes and children. Joe Holmes returnee •T iiy ic, 01:1,1. cvot jf, UULII at* viug E»«J --—-..-». reporters on the Public Service borne with them for a week's visit. Commission at Indianapolis. Miss Dr. and Mrs. George Brewer Irene Whitehead, reporter tori and daughter, Bonnie, ot Chicago, Judge Clifford Wild, Logansport, i came last week because of the Is treasurer of the organization. No special program has been ar ranged, except a business meetin; in the Bronze Room on Sunday morning, at which time there wil be an election of officers. The ban quet will be held at 7 o'clock Sat urday evening, July 13, with Mrs Marie Goddard, reporter for Judgi Russell Gordon of this city, ii charge. The office of County Clerk Dean Cottrell chalked up a record for June brides the past month. During the 30 days of the month 29 licenses were granted to cam pare to 22, in June, 1956. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Major ol Hartsdale, New York, arrived here Monday afternoon for a week's vis it at the home of the former's mo"- ther, Mrs. Marsha Major, 136 South Illinois street. Mrs. Major recently moved to the former Goodman property which she had purchased. Wilbur Lee Wooldridge, son of Mrs. Mary Effie Wooidridge, Buffalo, was in Muncie Monday, July 1 to complete entrance examinations at Ball State College. Enrolling as a freshman in the fall he is a 1957 graduate of Monticello Roosevelt High School. The recipient of a state scholarship, Wooldridge •will major in art. While in high school he was president of a dramatics club and art editor of the yearbook. Pvt. and Mrs. W|llirjn Suiter are situated in their new home at Oak Noll Trailer Park, Trailer 10, 10302 Pacific Highway, Soulh Ta- «oma, Washington. The marriage of Mr. Suiter, son of Mrs. Kathlyn Suiter and Phyllis Russow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Russow, was a lovely event of Sunday afternoon, June 16, 'at the Monticello Methodist Church with a reception following at the RUSSQW country home. Bill is stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Schoeneman former local resturant owners Jiave .sold Iheir residence property at Kean's Bay on Lake Shafer to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Beck o Route 3. Monlicello, and will give possession Sept. 15th. The Schoonemans have purchased the Mrs. A. R. Jones residence in Wolcott whore they -will move at that lime. Mr. Schocnc- man has a position a.i supervisor of the cafeteria and banquet halls at the Union Building at Purdue University and the Wolcott location will make commuting more convenient. Donald Arthur Bassott Sr., ot 312 West Broadway, left Now York City Monday morning to fly to Greenland for his company, U. S. Engineers. He will remain in Greenland from four io eight months. Committee chairmen for the White County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary benefit auction sale Saturday, July Gth mot with the general planning committee. Mrs. Ed Young, Auxiliary president, Mrs. N. F. Clayborne and Mrs. Dale Carr at the Young home Friday evening. General plans were discussed for auction sale, rummage sale, refreshment .stand and bake sale Io be projects of this benefi!. The event will be held on the court house lawn. Saturday,' July B, will be the third annual "Krwanis Peanut Day" in Monticello, Orville Hundley, club president, announces. Fred Miller is chairman of this annual money making event. The club will have- six stands on the streets of Monticello from 9 a.m. until noon, and will sell 2,500 bags of peanuLs. Kiwanians •will serve on a shift some time during the day. Purchasers will make contributions, all of it going to aid in youth activity work. It is the one big money raising porject of the club. Dick Gamble, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gamble, who was graduated from DePauw University at Grecncastlc oti June 9th will leave Saturday for six months active service, and will take his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He will report at the National Guard Armory at Indianapolis Saturday morning and the contingent will leave from there. Twenty- five ef the DePauw Univorlsty serious illness fo her father, Dale Lowery. Mr. Lowery remains in a critical condition at Memorial hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Brewer, a nurse, is assisting in his care, and other members of the family have visited him each day. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lebo were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lebo of Champaign, 111. Jerry Lebo returned home after a week'there. Sunday guests in the same home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Conn and children of New Carlisle, Connie Lebo accompanied them home for a week's stay. Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons of Indianapolis visited her brother, Mr. James Burrows, at Saint Joseph hospital on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. "Arthur Felix and children are spending the week in Wisconsin on a fishing trip. Marriage licenses issued in the last few days of June were to, Miss Barbara Ann' Field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Field', and Norman Dean Haring, son of Mr. and Mrs. George M." Haring, all of Francesville; to Mrs. Delia Myrl Edwards of Knox and Curtis Ray Clouser of Winamac. Gary Hoover, twelve year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover, underwent surgery at Saint Joseph hospital, Logansport, Saturday night. A son was born June 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moon of Star City at Memorial hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Nellie Reynolds, who is critically ill at her homo, is slightly improved. Her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Spraggins, is with her. Mr. Sprag-gins has taken employment at lima, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William Hall were Officer Michael Lukas/ewski, 30 (foreground), was fatally wounded and Officer Anthony Concialdi, 30 (on emergency table), was wounded Jefferson Township Farm Bureau Convenes Koy Royer and Gay Kantzer, were among the 100 persons present Tuesday nigh.t when' the Jefferson township Farm Bureau met at the Lake Cicott school for an ice cream social and a program featuring .the subject oi public're- lations. Mrs. Ralph 'Beckley'presented the program. Guy Brookie gave a talk on public relations, and Joyce Best led the singing. Hulda Gray served as pianist, and Harry Giffin offered the 'devotions. Joyce Best presented a solo, accompanied by shower Friday evening at the Methodist church in honor of Mrs. Wayno Chapman. 'Guests invited were Mesdames Gene Chapman, Carl Carter, John Lucas, Perry Lucas, Clyde Keister Kenneth Carter, Miss Pat Johnson of Lafayette, Tom Lucas, Ear Lucas of Mulberry, Betty Patterson 'of Fort Wayne, John Carter Ruih-Lawson of Frankfort, E. H Bell of Clark Hill, Mary Ellen Baker of Logansport, lona Powell Al Johnson of Delphi, Betty Brown of Flora, Ellis KuszmaJ, Ruth Case. Also Mesdames Bertha Horner, Eva Robeson, Martha Castle, Fe Dorothy Sparks. |dora Harrison, Belva Wise, Maude Mrs. Ross Gibson showed the Edging, Esther Beaver, Eva Bru- difference between producer and!baker, Norma Frye, Margaret De- consumer prices in the form of a!Witt, Jacques Edging, Helen Callo- story. Diane Ross presented a piano solo. Pet and'Hobby members way, Marjorie Seiber, Doris Curts, Mary Trapp, Hazel Johnson, Bermet with Mrs. Guy Brookie and niece Wise, Cora Wallace Angie made, patriotic favors. FifteenJThoeuasma, Elizabeth Lowthar, members brought their hobble's'Lelia Sterrelt, Marjorie S. Kiler, to the meeting. • Geneva Fultz, Carolyn 'Edging, The next meeting'will be held August 6, and the.4-H club will be in charge o£ refreshments and entertainment. Ethel Cornelison, Marcia Oskins, Ida Lloyd, Doris Seiber, Ruth Edging, Loretla Hogan, and Tmylia Wertz. A picnic will be held at the ihome of Mrs. Ethel Gardner July 11 by members of the War Mothers club. The Sansbury and Susan Little descendants will hold a reunion at the Deer Creek Conservation club July 7 at 12:30 p.m. DST. A film was shown Monday evening at the meeting of the Sight Jolly Markers youth club, held at the Lower Deer Creek church „..,.. .. r ..^ „ „, „ .„. ,,„„ „, ^ u « uo ,.^ ml ,«, „„, - . o' toe Brethren. Musical numbers doctors work to save his life. Jamison was .shot five limco in the;?,, ™^P ee ? Creek Conservationjwere presented by Karen Sue ensuing battle and died upon arrival at the hospital. Camden Penny Wise and JoAnna Sharp of the Baptist SS are at camp this week. Mrs. Florence Baker, who recently submitted to surgery at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport, was in the right arm, in a gun battle on the llth Iloor of the Chicago! ab j,® 1°'return to her home, detective bureau lockup by prisoner Lavergn'e Jamison, 32, who grabbed j The Ja p kson Township Home De- Lukasze'wskl's gun and began shooting as the officer was filling out an: monstration club will hold their arrest slip. A priest is administering last rites io Lukaszcwskl a S ; annua! P icnic Wednesday, July 10, (International Soundphoto.) I Club. Members are to bring a Maxwell and Jane Ann Replogle. guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crissinger of Rochester. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Crissinger of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Crissinger and daughter, Debbie, of Arlington, Va., and Mrs. Ernest Swanson of Rochester. Lenore Koepkyj small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Koepky, was brought 'from St. Joseph hospital, where she had undergone surgery, to her home, Tuesday. Mrs. Gladys, Miller of Logansport spent Wednesday with ner- molher, Mrs. Mary Parish.' Mr. and Mrs. Allen D:lts and children, Barbara, Martha, and Douglas, of Westfield, N. J. will arrive Wednesday for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dills and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weisjahn. Delphi Barl Snider of route 1, Deer Ireek reported the theft ot a four- "ow rotary-hoe at his home Monlay night. Sheriff C. L. Carey and Jeputy John Miller arc invcstigat- ng. The rotary-hoe is pulled by a tractor. Sheriff C. L. Carey, Deputy Miller and Chief of Police Gilbert Un- lerhill were called to Franiers Beach on Lake Freeman Tuesday o investigate the theft of, an outboard motor boat taken from Pra- ters. They finally found it on the (ther side of the lake with the linges of the lean seats broken, :he tail light broken off and the nterior of the boat badly scratched. While there they also investi- had been broken on the right sidi and a corner broken off of the ma hogany molding. The tarpaulin wa also ripped Carey said. Both th< theft and the vandalism are at tributed to hoodlums Carey said. G'ary Haines, aged 9, son. of Mr and Mrs. Foster Haines, who sus Lained a broken leg at the Bo: Yates home in Pittsburg, was dis missed from the Home hospital re cently, Ed Nordall, of Yuma City, Calif. a former high school 'teacher here visiled friends here last week am is visiting relatives in Indiana. Hi now teaches at Yuma City. Letters of administration in thi estate of Alta B. Cook have beer issued to Cecil Cook, who qualiCici and gave bond for S2.000. Joseph T. Ives is attorney for the adminis tralor. Marriage licenses have been is sued here to Edwin Cunningham son ot Mr. and Mrs. Everett dm of Delphi and Miss Jus tine Hackett, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Homer Hackett of route 4 Delphi; and to Cloyce Grady o Lafayette and. Bonnie Joan Gar rison of West Lafayette. Tennessee Reports More Polio Cases JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (UP)— Daily mounting polio cases a n c dwindling stores of Salt vaccine brought growing concern today Io officials working to prevent an outbreak "of epidemic proportions." Four new cases diagnosed as "mm-paralytic polio" were admit gated the-damage to an inboard'ted to Memorial Hospital late on motor boat belonging to ,a Mr. Wilson of Lafayette. The windshield Tuesday and Tuesday night, bring ing the total to 17. Once you start saving at The National Bank... .. . the rest is easy. You set up a "chain reaction" that helps your account grow and grow ai you add to your saving* on a regular basil. Save here and earn a guaranteed return on your money. NATIONAL BANK Phone 4137 4th.and Broadway If s easier by far to Bank from your car—Use Our Drive-In Auto Bankt M«mb. F»d»ral D.poilt Imurann Corporation picnic dinner and table service. Committee in charge include Mesdames Pearl Hankins, Martha Sanderson, Gladys Caldwell and Martha Castle. Mesdames John Frye, Robert Edging, Ceci'. Wallace, and Chester Hartman, gave a pink and blue HOOSIEH IS CANDIDATE LAFAYETTE (UP)—Carol Dcna 'Luse, 17, Salem, was one of four Wednesday Evening, July 3, U9f. MISTER BREGER "And if you find him, tell hint that Mother is NOT coming to visit us after all.,." Asiatic Flue Vaccine Being Manufactured INDIANAPOLIS (UP)— Pitman- Moore Co. and Eli Lilly, Indianapolis pharmaceutical firms, were named today with four other drug companies as developers of a low- :ost Asiatic influenza vaccine. Others taking part in the development, conducted under the di- •ection of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.,.are farke Davis, Merck, Vick Chemi- •al's' National D.rug Division and . candidates today for vice president the Lederle Drug Division ot the of the Central Region of the Fu- American Cyanamid Co. Lure Homemakers of America at a national convention. Hibbard Ball, executive vice 'president of Pitman-Moore, said his firm has received a contract for approximately one-half million cubic centimeters of tire new Far East flu vaccine from the U.S. government. One "cc" is considered one adult. dose. Raise Chicago Fares CHICAGO (OP) — Transit farei will go up to 25 cents Thursday for millions of Ohicagoans who ride the city's buses and elevated trains. The boost in fares from 20 cent* to.25 cents was approved Tuesday by Uie Chicago Transit Board. WARDS' 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 HOURS: 9 to 5 - SAT. 9 to 9 MONTOOMKRV WAflp WE BELIEVE THESE ARE THE 4 BEST REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZER-BUYS ANYWHERE! 13.2 cu. ft. TRU-COLD REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 2 APPLIANCES IN 1 NOT $500-NOT $400 BUT ONIY 299.88 plui your old refrigerator Modern straight-line design for that "built-in" look. Many wanted convenience features liko the storage door in the separate true-zero section, butter and cheese keeper, automatic defrost, handy rollout shelf. 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