Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 5, 1957 · Page 38
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 38

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 5, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Sen. Kennedy Warns of Russ Atomic Progress By RICHARD McCORMICK United Press Staff Correspondent CHICAGO (UP)-Sen. John F, Kennedy (D-Mass.) warned Tuesday night Soviet advances in the ballistic missiles field may al- leady have outmoded the United States DEW line. And the Russians next technological triumph, Kennedy said, may be to "beat us with nuclear- powered planes and rnoi'e highly developed space missiles." Kennedy, frequently mentioned as a possible Democratic presidential nominee in 1350, spoke at a $100-a-plate dinner sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Asked at a question-and-answer jieriod afterwards if he thought a Catholic ever would be president, Kennedy re- Roman fleeted plied: "We never will know until one runs for office. In my judgment, capacity and judgment, rather than what church a presidential aspirant belongs to will be the deciding factor." Kennedy also said he believed it nation of possible attack now be completely outmoded." "Designed for aircraft and not missiles, it (the DEW line) cannot oven see the present Russian satellites," Kennedy said. Fort Wayne; Harold Hallarn Jr.| they attended the International and family of Mishawaka; Dale """ '""'' " '"" Lredman and wife, and daughter, Lafayette. Miss Myna Ruth Robeson and nephew are visiting relatives in Florida. Members of the Friendship circle df the Lutheran church will sponsor a congregational Christmas Camden Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neher spent Thanksgiving Day with their son, Wilbur, and family at Peru. Dr. Joseph Moore, former piis- tor of the Methodist church, is confined to Methodist hospital, Indianapolis, where he expected to undergo surgery. His room number is B-216. Mr. and Mrs. William Fultz and son of New Richmond were wessk- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fultz. Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Kesner and family were guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. John Kesner at Clinton, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cripe and family have moved to the Lottie Williams property. Mr. and Mrs. Jamas ' Calloway of Royal. Center and Mr. and Mrs. would be a mistake for Adlai.Ralph Hohrabaugh were guests Stevenson to remain too long as; Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rohrabaugh, Jr., and fam- .ly. Mrs. Leona Winslow has returned home from Memorial hospital, transport. Guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 'Harrison were Mrs. Walter Myers, Logansport; Carroll Harrison and family, Mon- icello; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Foster of Wolcott; Orville Harrison an advisor to the State Department in a Republican administration. "As titular leader of u.ie Democratic Party." Kennedy said, "Stevenson should be left free to criticize the administration." In his speech, Kenned;' said it !!s apparent "the Soviets do hold extensive leads in a number of military areas," and added it 'would be "foolish to deny, ignore or conceal the stark facts of our (situation." "The danger of the Russians :risking an attack upon us," he said, "will be particularly great during the next two or three years while these various military advantages remain." Kennedy said the U.S. lag in the race for outer space and development of long range missiles, rocket motors, jet engines and new fuels may take years to overcome. He warned the newly completed DEW (Distant Early 'Warning) line of radar posts across northern Canada designed to warn the Livestock Exposition. Members and friends of the Methodist church will hold a dinner Sunday at the church following the worship hour. A business meeting will be held following the meal. All are urged to attend. Mrs. Mary Linn, -daughter, Lena, Mrs. Joe Allen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Linn and children, Mr.'and Mrs. $ryan Allen, Miss mile west of Flora on State Road 18. The sale was made to Willie Viney and .Wayne Viney' at and the sum of ?BO,274 figuring S429 an acre. The Psi Ma Sorority wrapped 66 gifts Tuesday and delivered them to the Fort Wayne State party at the church December 12th. | Lula Allen, all of Flora, and Tarn A basket dinner will be at 6:30 m y Allen, Wisconsin, were dinner p.m. A gift exchange will be held. Guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace were Lon Hughes and family, LaFoun- lain, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Kusz- raaul of Deer Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Edgerly. Mrs. Thurlow George has received word of the death of an •jncle, Wallace Thompson, 67, Wichita, Kansas. He died at the hospital there November 27. Funeral services and burial were held at Wichita. He was born in Camden to George and Etna Thompson. He is survived by a son, Max, of Detroit, three brothers, Verd, Delphi, Charles, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Sam, Stullgart, Arkansas, and a nurrier of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Anna Hosier and brother, Gerald, spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Ohurubusco. Members of the Jackson (own- ship HJD club will hold a dinner meeting at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening, December 11, at the Methodist church. Roll call response will be "Christmas traditions in my family." A 50-cent gift exchange will be held. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Eva Brubaker, Mrs. Inah CaldweU, Mrs. Geneva Shanks, Mrs. Mary Wilson and Mrs. Katie Lake. Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Kerkfoove and son, Peter, Miss Margaret guests Thanksgiving day " of Mr, and Mrs. Jack .Allen and family. Carroll chapter of Camden, OES, will hold its regular meeting December 9 at 7:30 p.m. at which time Friends' Night and a Christmas party will be held. All members are urged to attend. FLORA Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner over the Thanksgiving holiday were Mrs. Edith Crossley ol Orlando, Fla. and Mrs. Edith Hefling of Elwood. . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fouts of Carrolton township entertained 14 friends and dinner guests recently, honoring Dr. and Mrs. Weldon gifts Were Mrs. Richard Ledman, committee chairman, and Mary Jane Crook,' and Mesdames William Nuetzel, Dana Keyes, and Alfred Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Brim left Tuesday for Hollywood, Fla., where they will spend the winter. "The "World Out-Reach" corn- live plans were made for a joint school of missions to be held in March. Attending the meeting from Flora were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Ken-rick, Rev. and Mrs. George Whipple, Mrs. Jean Smith and Everett' Cochran. Chairmen of tie two committees are Jack I Smith, Christian church, and Mrs. Long, Oak Grove church. U. S, EXPORTS UP WASHINGTON (UP)—The Census Bureau reported Wednesday that U.S. exports during October totaled $1,572,000,000, nine per cent higher than September but about the same as the previous mittee o£ the Christian church met 'October. Exports from January with the • committee of the Oak through' October totaled $17,488,Grove Christian church near Monticello Sunday afternoon. Tenta- 700,000, 13 per cent more than in the same period in 1956. Thursday Evening, December !, Local I. U. Bandsman Will Receive Letter Charles Lybrook, city, a member of the Indiana University "Marching Hundred" band, is one of 49 bandsmen who will be honored .next Wednesday at the annual band banquet, according to Ronald Gregory, band direclor. Lybrook will be presented with a letter. The banquet will climax a sea- son during which the musicians played before an estimated 210,000 people at six Hoosier football games, a high school game, the Indiana .Bandmasters Association marching clinic, the Pioneer Day parade at Columbus, the campus "homecoming variety show" and the Vincennes University band festival. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION In the Willis Auction at 2216 Jefferson St., Logansport, Ind. Sat., Dec. 7. Sale at 12:30 p.m. Standard Time. One 2 piece Maroon overstuffed set—3 table lamps—1 floor lamp — 1 9x12 wool rug— 1 Wards Oil Heater —2 Walnut end tables — 1 Walnut bedroom suite consisting of bed complete, dressing table and dress- Lynch of Oakdale, la. who have ,er—Chrome Breakfast | set—Tappan gas range — Easy electric wash- aeen visiting her parents, Mr. and] cry Servel Refrigerator—Hoover sweeper — Bicycle — stain glass Mrs. Loren Chittick and other j flower starter—garage truck—2 water pumps—6 ft show case —2 extra good storm doors. This is all good clean merchandise. Don't! relatives here. the sale of 140% - acres of real and i'arnily, Mr. and Mrs. Ricr.-;Mabbitt and Mrs. Wilmer Hodge ard Martin, and daughter, 'all of i have returned from Chicago where JOE'S AUCTION DEC. 6, 7 P.M. 611 Plum St., Logansport Oil stoves; gas stoves; refrigerators; beds, complete; breakfast sets; kitchen cabinets; buffet; chsiirs; tables; apt. size washer; new •'* medicine" cabinets; new electric lamps for Christmas; T.V. sets. Open for inspection 1 p.m. day of sale. Not responsible for accidents. Terms, Cash. Auct. Teel. Clerk,.Martin Elmer E. McCall and Marjorie forget th e date. Not responsible for accidents. E. McCaU, co-executors of estate ceased, have filed their report of Waldron—Auct. estate, which is located about one PUBLIC AUCTION OF GARAGE EQUIPMENT At Alkire Lincoln-Mercury, Inc., garage located at corner of Railroad and Washington Streets in Monlicello, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1957 Commencing at 1:00 P. M., the following equipment: 2 Lyons steel benches'; 1 wood bench; 1 electric drill; 1 vise; 1 grinder; 1 6-12 fast charger; 1 battery tester; 1 Black & Decker buffer; 1 Thor speed wrench with sockets; 1 Alemite lubricator, 20- gallon capacity; 1 Alemite trasnmission oil to match above; 1 Arco undei-coat machine; 1 Manzel transmission jack; 3 pair floor stands; 1 Walker floor jack; 1 Model 100 Porta-Matic car and Jruck lift; 2 creepers; 1 Sun 6-12 tune and tester machine; 1 Sun timing light: 3 steel bins; l Forney electric welder; 1 Black & Decker valve grind outfit; 1 large air compressor; 1 lot of special tools for Mercury and 2 swivel chairs; 2 metal side chairs to match Hie above; l typewriter; Fords; 1 ticket machine with cash drawer; 2 metal office desks; other miscellaneous items. All equipment less than 2 years old. TERMS-CASH. No property to be removed until settled for. Not I responsible in case of accidents. Terms— Cash Martin— Clerk For consignment of saleable merchandise dial 40430 or call Dan Willis Alkire Lincoln-Mercury, Inc., Owner Auctioneer: Bob Harrison HORSERADISH MCATJ. SIX FOODS, MUCH WARDS" Christmas Store Hours Friday and Saturday 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Phone 4193 logansport, Ind, BASKETS OF BARGAINS Friday and Saturday Bargains Galore on WARDS Second Floor Fashion Dept. FALL COATS AND DRESSES NOW REDUCED! Reductions up to 65% off original selling price. Sporting Goods OUTBOARD MOTORS $295.00 This sale includes Mode) No, 9005, No. 8971 and 9024. Reg. selling is $315 to $385. Hurry only 3 left. Reg. $2.98 ^omen's Gowns. Nylon and Rayon. Broken sizes. $1 Shoe Dept. DFSCONT5NUED STYlfS Women's, Children's and Men's Regular $1.98 to $8.95 NOW AT FOUR PRICES $1, $2, $3 or $4 Reg. $2.49 Lunch Kits Ideal for Jr. to carry to school. $1 Reg. $2.19 Boys' Shirts Cottons and Flannels—6 to 16 Blanket Dept. BED BLANKETS REDUaD $5 Lowest prices since 1940. It is hard to believe. Two for what one did cost. Hurry. Just a few left. Sporting Goods fa SKATES $3 and $5 Regular prices $4.9,5 to $10.95. women's and childrens. Not all 30 pair on hand. 1 Men's, sizes— INTERIOR PAINTS-BIG REDUCTIONS 25% to 30% Off List Price Reg. $16.95 Cocktail Tables Blond Finish. Just 3 only . $5 Furniture Dept. ROCKERS $59 Floor samples that sold regularly at $42.95 to $69.95. Only 3 left to sell. Hardware Dept. POWER TOOLS $30.00 Discontniued from our line—1 only of each sander, grinder, 6" sav^. Hurry, fhese won't last long. * Reg. $9.95 Fan Heaters Electric, 110V. Green. Now Keg. $95.40 Wool Rugs 9x12 Patterned, 4 only $69 Appliance Dept T.V. SETS $175.00 Floor samples sold reg. from $189.95 to $239.95. Just 3 left to sell, so do not delay. Men's Dept. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $1 Regularly priced at $2.98 to $3.98- Flannel and Wool—Broken sizes-and color assortment. Reg. $179.95 Clothes Dryer <tl Cf| City Gas. Hurry one only at ^ I 3U Toy Dept. BIG REDUCTIONS From 25 to 50% Shop our basement or our warehouse for bargains. WARDS FOR THE HIGHEST QUALITY AT T HE LOWEST PRICES! C/P VOUR IN ONE NEAT TRIP TO Tied up in knots trying to get everything done? One trip to A&P's Christmas Headquarters, -with its big and varied assortment, will let y'oy check a pack of items off your list! And the change will play "Jingle Bells" in your pocket! TOYS COWHTOB F1EW>E»S SPEC UL MM Baseball Glove.... PRICE l »-'° BIDE 'EM BIG BOY ^^^ spEOIAJj «JQrf Stick Horse ..„ ™™ m TOY ALL-STEEL | JIQ Coaster Wagon om* !••» LARGE AUTHENTIC DOTJBLB Holster Set &M VALUE.. ..EA. *»W HOSPITAL A&I> , S SPECIAL O CO Nursery Set „ PRICE *">»* LAND AND SEA AJfcJ? , s spECIAij M M Air Set PRICE *••* GIANT CHOO-CHOO | . Train Set «.«*.!• i "'"Tj Pluto, Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck WHIRLEY TOYS « 98* SPECIAL PRICE LARGE 23" Vinyl Doll MARY ANN- _ co Doll Assortment ......... „ ..... BA.Z.W MISS Igjn* ^BKEAKABL^ ^^ Tea O6t 40 PIECES.... PRICE fc"* 3 TREE LIGHTS AND ORNAMENTS EACH LAMP BURNS INDEPENDENTLY—CLIPS TO ATTACH TO TREE BRANCHES Christmas Tree Lights 15 Light ^.98 Indoor iL (5 Count 59c) 15 Light Sets Outdoor < (5 Count 59c) Silver Icicle «*. 23c WITH G.E. LAMPS IM EACH SET Tree Decorators »ti D , 12 for 1.15 :** ^ Jet Plane... .Skill Ball Game ONL _ i A&P's SPEOIAli Climbing Tractor PRICE Fire Fighteir Set o^ Military Set EA Basketball OFFICIAL SIZE...~-EA ChiSdren's Story Books I 79 $• ' '*Q S RA. 2.59 lOc J PH-5 I 9 * PH-M2 . DOZ. .....25 G-E Photo Flash Bulbs { D oz:$i59 c w PK G w Christmas Cards ^ D ™™* B^NS ...... *** m ^^{^ Assorted Chocolates CBESIWOOB . —- * *••*.*• .l. A f 3f ^ fB f& RKER . 5 LBS. $3.95 Fruit Cakes i./ 2 LB. $1.39 f 3 CAKE 2.65 Come See...You'll Save atA&P! , x .. . „ 'I fOMMOIt 1000 mUHU . . . IINCI II l» • Ml 6MM AfUNTK « MdfK ItA COMTAM

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