Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 5, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, July 5, 1957
Page 8
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Lofusport, Indiana, Pharos-Trfbune Report Most Drivers Passing Vision Tests INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Indiana's compulsory driver testing program was just three days old today, and at least one tester confessed that on the first day she was "more confused than the customers." The 1957 Legislature ordered all persons applying for license renewals to Indiana's take 194 an examination. auto license branches were given the job of doing the testing. . Motor Vehicles Commissioner Robert McMahan' reported some branch personnel were a little "scared" about procedures for administering the 10 multiple-choice questions and the eye tests given with the aid of new machines. Mrs. Opal Kyle, deputy manager at a Terre Haute license branch said branch workers were "kind of confused" on Monday—the first day of the program. "We were more confused than the customers," Mrs. Kyle said. Spot Check Made " But a spot check of branches around the state'showed the tests going rather majority of smoothly, the vast applicants passing, and only slight grumbling because of the inconvenience. One of the biggest stumbling blocks seemed to be the identification of highway signs. Applicants must identify various shapes of signs. Branches at Bloomington, Princeton, and Terre Haute, for example, said more persons failed oil that score than any other. Few persoas were failing the eye «xams, but some drivers wore told pared by the Motor Vehicles Bureau available at all license branches. Many applicants who fail the first time go home to study the manual, then return to pass the test on the second try. Made Even Easier McMahan planned to make it even easier. He said he will distribute a list of 75 questions and answers to newspapers, just like those appearing on the test, "only reworded a bit." "If they know the answers to every one they'll be Mahan promised. Mrs. Ruby Ryan, Bloomington manager, said there U one common mistake: "We find that people think that just because they've driven for 40 years that they know all the of .the 75 questions able to pass," Mc- She said there were few' complaints, but on.ce in a while a dis- runtled driver will "scribble his own comment" on the test paper. Women do just as well as men, the managers reported. In fact, Mrs. Ryan said of the "six to ten" persons who failed the written test in two days at her branch only one was a woman. "And she was in a hurry," Mrs. Hyan pointed out. 'Winamoc More than twenty sets of plans sr^ the construction of a new jail which is to be built on the county- owned lot south of the court house, have been given to prospective bidders. The county commissioners are to meet July 12 to inspect they must get glasses before they I the bids. can drive. A transaction was completed this Marie Miller said the 57 applicants At Gary, branch manager Mrs. only seven of _ the first day failed. Five of the seven failed the written, test, two the eye test. Manager James G. McDonald at Princeton reported about a 10 per cent failure—all on the written test. "If they've read the manual, they don't have McDonald said. He referred to any trouble," a manual pre- OF CA33 , ) BS '' •WAT* COUNTY . °° UBT NOTICK OK AIJMIMNTIIAT1U.N Notlun IB horoliy glvon that Mux- C fluy cutrlx mcnt Ino McDowell WIIM, on 2C flu Juno, 11137. uppulntod Kxoc tho L,unt Will und Tcatar Konit Alyorn, d«ucu»od. All por«on» having claim* u- Ktilnut "itltl eHlate, wtiothor or Ii(,t now duo, mum tlln tiro miniu In nuid court within hlx (0) montlm irom tho cjtuo of tho Clriit publication of thin nutluu or aiiltf eliilrnli •will b(; foruvur harnid. Uaiod 0.1 LoKnnnport, Indiana, tiilu 2l!th day of .lurm, lur,7. KiUuhi'Ul Illoknr dork of th« C'lrcuit Court for CUHH County, Indtuna O'Neill & O'.Volll Attorney for KKtatti NoT imifii ' 8TATI9 OP INDIANA) COUNTY OK CABS )' ' ' l!J V1IK O'A.HB CIRCUIT COURT AP'IUI, TKUM, lur,7. .\OTKJIH OK 1 AI»II? Notlco In hurcliy «lvun , that Lloyd £,. Sullivan wan, on Zl,lh day of .Iun<>, JU57. apjiolntnd Adminln-, trator of tho fjtitato of John T. Sullivan docuuncd. All pornonn havlnif claim* a- KalriHt flald utttatu, whfjthdr or not now duo, mujit fllu tho tittmtt j:i »ald court within nix ((() monthM Irom tho riato of tlin firm, uuljll- ciUlftn of thiw notico or milu clalniii v/lli bo forovf-r barrdd. . Datod itt 1'OKannport. thill 211th (lay of .lim Indiana, ' r. lOE'T. ih Uloknr Clorlt or ttiii Circuit Court for f!iins County, Jtllllll Ik IIJIHn A.tl.ornuy ft,r 7^Htii>tu week in which Mrs. Loyd Agnew is trading her place east of town for the Fred Russell house on South Monticello street in Winamac, where Mr. and Mrs. Joo Russell and daughter, Jennifer, now live. Mrs. Agnow will move to town and the Joe Russells will move to the Agnew place ia a few weeks. A reunion of friends who were in school together twenty years ago was held recently at the Tlppeca- noe River state park, with a covered dish dinner. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lundstrom of San Lcamiro, Calif., Mr, and Mrs. Jack Barnett of New York City, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baldwin of Rochester, Mr. nnd Mrs. Herb Freeman of North Judson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dilts, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Clou- for, Mr. and Mrs. James Dilts, Michael Garigan and Richard Cramer. . Kitchen Kadettes home demonstration club will meet Monday July 8, at tho homo of Mrs. Leon Bnnnull with Mrs. Robert SchulU as cohostcss. Misses Marie Rlchler daufihler of Mr. and Mrs. Helmut Klchlor and Linda Beal^ daughter of Mr. ancf Mrs. Wayne Adams have enrolled at -Purdue university in the home cconomjcs course, to enter the fall term." Guests Thursday in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mosc Dilts nnd children at Gary,' were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dilts, Mr. and Mrs, John Dilts and children, Mr. and-Mrs. Richard Dills ami children of Win- iimac, Mr. and Mrs. Allfin DIllH and children of WcstfitM, N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Canada and family of UolcsburK, 111. Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Wall spent Wednesday night uml Thursday at Harvey, with his brother arid sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wall. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Smith of Kankakee, 111. came Saturday for the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith. He returned home Monday, but Mrs. Smith remained for a longer visit. Other guests in that home are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bertrand. Col and Mrs. Joseph Huddleston and son Hayes oJ Arlington, Va., are spending a month with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Huddleston. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barnhouse and children Jay 'and Jenise spent Thursday at Crown Point, as guests of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Barnes and son Jeff. Mr. and Mrs. Elgie Graves; who are spending the summer at their river cottage, went to their home at Marion because-.of the Ulness of their granddaughter Patricia, ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graves. Patricia has had polio and will undergo surgery on Friday, at Riley Hospital, Indianapolis. Twelve Mile Union Church service Sunday evening,, July 7 will be at the Corin'.Ii Church with Rev. August Lundquist bringing the message. Worship service is" now being held at the Skinner Christian Church every Sunday morning at 9:30 to ,be followed by church classes. Rav. Jay Kessler is pastor. Bethlehem Women's Society ot Christian Srvlcc will meet Wednesday evening, July 10 at 7:30. Hostesses will be Opal Champ, Mar- jorle DcWitt and Beulah Ball. The topic "Strangers Within the Gates" will be given by Lavonne Young, Mildred Green and Edith DeWitt. Worship service will be given by Hazel Rhinebargor and Geneva Griest. All girls 4-H Club exhibits for the Cass County Fair must be at tho Twolve Mile school by (1:45 a.m. Friday, July 12 to be judged. Boys 4-H Club members will vaccinate their livestock, Monday, July 15. The 4-H Club tour will bci Friday and Saturday, July 12 nnd! 13. Mr. E. L. Stubor will appear on Channel 8, WISH-TV, Saturday July I! between 11 and 12 noon on the Sweet Time program with some of hm animals. , Progress is being made on the medical building here. Window and door frames for the building have arrived and some have been installed. The cast side wall blocks ^avc been raised to roof level. Plans to work .have been made for Saturday, July 8. A public meeting to elect members for the board -of directors of Memorial Hall was held there, Monday evening. Directors reelected for the next year wore Everett Skinner, president; Carl D. Scott, vice - president; Harold Griest, treasurer and Lola Ulerick, secretary. Other directors are Floyd Green, Zella Moss and Peg Kunkle. Treasurer report began with a balance of $269.0(1. Receipts since the present board took over were supper, .$4,54.75; Chester Eustor, rent, $10.; Meter deposit refund, $8.45; sale, $412.50 making a total of lfil53.W. Expenses were building repair, $100,90; light bills, '"1,04; fuel oil, $200,56; supper ex- pcnno, $n.l)5; stalnlcsB steel tableware service for 100. $l!0; report to Secretary of State, $1.00; sule expense-, $1(1.30; fire insurnnco, $41.50; stove gas, $4.05 making a :olal of $502.28. Present balance In $5{ll.;ill, A new flO foot-well, pump and Umk has just been installed to furnish water for -the building which will cost approximately $87D, which has not yet boon paid. F True Life Adventures 7-5 All other bills have been paid.! Since the present board is starting it's second year of service, it will be necessary next year to elect a complete new board of directors for the building. The 'youth group of the community churches will meet at Memorial Hall again, Saturday evening, July 6. At their last meeting, a recreational program was enjoyed, including a welner roast at Seven Sec'tions Lake. Young Adult Fellowship Class oE Bethlehem Church enjoyed a picnic' Sunday at Seven Sections 'Lake. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Rea- hard were host and hostess. Hoosier Farmer 4-H Club will meet Wednesday, July 10 at Mem- orial Hall. Master Sergeant Kenneth Morrow gave a talk on Iran where he has been stationed hi service -at the meeting last Wednesday. A film on game conservation was also shown. Mr. Walter .Skinner, Mr. and MM. Russell Mills, Warsaw called on Mrs. Bertha Rimpler, Mr. 'and Mrs. George Condon and Fred Skinner, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Theima Hule, Hollywood, Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pinder, Logansport .visited Mr. and Mrs. Ora Greer and Mary Jean, Sunday evening. Thomas Gilliatt will attend the Vocational Agriculture Teacher's Conference at Purdue, July 8, 9 and 10. . Sunday dinner guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Marrow and Lois were Master Sergeant and Mrs, Kenneth Marrow and family; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hinkle and family; Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Conrad and family;. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jackson and family; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morrow and Elgie Marrow. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dillman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dillman and Mrs. Viola Peter and children. Mrs. Ida Fraling is not feeling so well at Parkview Nursing Home, Peru, Mrs. Mollie Brant and Mr. Omer Brant, Deer Creek, visited Mr, and. Mrs. G-eorge Condon, Sunday afternoon. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis, Walton. A total of 330,000 students, more than the population of Nevada, arc enrolled in the nation's 10 largest universities. Friday Evening, July 5, ISSf. Delphi Chief of Police, Gilbert Under- bill arrested three youths at 4 a.m. Sunday. They were Louis Edward Slade, 21, of Buck Creek, charged with drunken driving, and furnishing alcoholic liquor to minors and taken' into custody with him were John Albert Dicks, 19, of Colburn charged with public intoxication and having alcoholic beverage in his possession and 'James Edward Fife, 18, of route 2, Delphi charged with public intoxication and having alcoholic beverage in his possession. Fife's father came after him at the county jail and posted a $500 bond for him. The trio was arraigned in City court Monday morning on the above charges and was fined as follows by Mayor Roy Clauser: Slade, $25 and costs of $16.75 on the drunken driving charge and $50 and costs of .$15 for furnishing liquor to minors. Dicks was fined $25 and costs of $15. Fife was fined $25 and costs. Slade and Dicks spent the night in the county jail. Prosecutor Watson McCormick appeared for the State of Indiana. Slade's driving license was suspended for one year. Mrs. Otto Shuey has received word that her granddaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Krieg of Ft. Wayne arrived in Bell, Calif., Friday night where she will visit her son, William B. Powell and family. Mrs. Krjeg, who often visits here, has been given a three weeks vacation with pay. She is employed by Mag- novox at Ft, Wayne. Mr. and Mrs, Amel Spring returned home Thursday night from a month's fish'ing sojourn at Tow- er, Minn. , The Add A Couple class of the Rockfield Presbyterian church will hold its annual picnic Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Monticello park. All former members and their families are invited to attend. Harry Reed of the Union Insurance Agency who submitted to an operation at a Lafayette hospital returned lo his home her* Sunday. County Superintendent Harry Hatton, announces that the following new teachers have been employed in the-'county schools. John Rathbun of Idaville will teach at Carson replacing Rev. J. Franklin Arthur, who will teach at Pills•burg. Mary Clawson' Pastor will teach English at Deer Creek. Mrs. Carol Wollert of Lafayette will teach ai Cutler. The County Board of'Education met Tuesday afternoon with County Superintendent Harry Hatton for routine business. The annual picnic for township trustees will be held at the Clodtelter cottage on 'Lake Freeman on August 6. Wives of the township trustees and Supt. and Mrs. Hatton will be guests. J. Reid McCain, clerk of the Carroll Circuit court, has received the resignation of Herman Theophilc as Justice of the Peace of Deer Creek township effective July 31, 1957. The Carroll County Board of Review ended its 20-day session Friday. Counly Assessor Raymond Barber said that a lot of improvements were picked up and a few farms rcclassifled. You my you *av«d and paid eaih for the car? . » J •• J \ Y««, with my Savings Account at Tho National Bank Enough left t over to buy J ma a bike? • * fes, you can save for the things you want at NATIONAL BANK .L.I—,..•.., t i j i WON* 4137 4TH 1 •H'» «otl«r by for to Bonfc from Your Car - DM our Drive-In Auto Rank M>mbir Fml«*l Dip>ilt Iniuranc. Cor|»ratl<» JUST ARRIVED ... 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