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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 5, 1957
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Thursday Everjng, December 5, 1957. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables QUALITY fruit, Winter Banana, Gallic Beauty, Baldwin, Jonathan, Red and Golden Delicious, Mclntosh, Turleys, Northern Spy. Tarn's Orchard, on U. S. 24, Burnettsville. Open daily. 13. REAL iSTATE OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th St. a- Houses MODERN two bedroom home, oil heat, attached garage. 2011 High. 222 -Wheatland Ave. 2 bedrm. Mod. HDw. firs. Plenty built-ins, full bath. 6 closets, coal furnace, storm windows, garage. A lovely home priced reasonable. $7500 901 19th St. 7 rm. mod. 1 story, 2 baths. 28-ft. living rm, oil furnace, needs some work, bargain as owner is leaving state $7,500. 15th and Spear. Mod, duplex, 3 bedrms down, bath, built.-ins, 3 rms up and bath, stoker heat, storm windows, garage. $12,500. 1509 Douglas St. 6 rm mod, 3 bedrms, full basement, oil furnace, comb, storm windows and screens. $6,5ro. 230 W. Miami. 7 rm mod, bath, oil furnace, a good home but needs decorating, cheap at $4250 185x165 bldg lot off old Kokomo pike, excellent residential area, owner leaving state. $1,500. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 13 REAL ESTATE WESTSIDE—3 bedroom modern 2-story home, gas furnace, toilet, lavatory and shower down, full bath up. NEW— -3 bedroom modern home Northiiide, gas heat, 1% baths. FRANKT. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Phone 3063 b. Lots LOT FOR SALE 57x165 feet, located in the east- end. Se e Harold W. Hopper, 2229 Usher Street. Phone 50748. Play to Be Chosen By Little Theatre Members of the Loganspsrt Little Theatre group will decide jat a meeting at 7:30 p. m. Thurs- 'clay evening in the city building which of two plays, "Tiger House," or "Ah, Men," they will present as their first production. The scripts of both plays have arrived and they will be read at the Thursday night meeting. There also will be a woi'kshop or dramatics during the session, which will be in the assembly room on the third floor of the cftj building. The group had planned to ineel. Tuesday 'night, but the inclement weather forced the postponement until Thursday night. 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, Building Commissioner Issues Four Permits Four building permits were issued late Wednesday by the city building commissioner, including one for a new home. The application for the new home construction was by Steinberger oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage.; Construction, to build a house at 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489, Fireplace for Santa to come down in this vacant east side home. Here we have a real Christmas buy for someone. Everything is big here. Lot, trees, home, all rooms, 8 wardrobe closets, beautiful tile kitchen and baths. "Sou won't feel boxed in here. Plenty of room for all family activities. Better hurry so your ' children will be the ones to wait for Santa beside this fireplace. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Ph. 2684 an estimated $13,000 cost in the Parkway addition for Thomas Mee, 1601 Spear street. Also approved was.an applicEi- tion by John Reeser, 1000 Wesit Miami, avenue, to add a motel unit at his residence at an estimated cost of $1,500; and appUcar tions' by Lyman Baker for the plumbing and heating work at tie Riley school, for $34,000, and v.r.e special education .building,- i'or $22,800. MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway, gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. JO BUY, OR SELL, PLEASE TELL DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR •Ph. 2928 FOR SALE BY OWNERS Burlington Ave. property, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, modern kitchen, enclosed back porch, garage priced for quick sale. Ph. 2319. After 5:00 52447 or 2356. Masons Plan Annual Election of Officers Members of Orient lodge No. 272, F. and A. M., will hold their annual election of officers Friday evening, Dec. 13, and members of Tipto;i lodge No. 33 wilj iold their annual election Friday evening, Dec. 20. There will be a joint installation of officers at 7:30 p. m. Monday, Dec. 30. A ISO-year pin will be presented to Thad Armstrong at the meeting of Tipton lodge on December 20. Warmer Air Filters Into Hoosierland TB Association Showing Films to School Children An animated cartoon strip, "Are' You Positive?" is being shown to fourth, fifth and sixth graders at A warmer blanket of air filtered' public schools this week by the over Indiana today and gavelCass county Tuberculosis promise of melting the state's first \ ation. heavy blanket of snow. Temperatures ranging in the 40s > of the Christmas Seal campaign, were expected at peak points to- j said the film deals primarily with Warehouse Burglarized Burglars who entered the Wol-; Coal and Supply company ware, house-garage in the 800 block on Humphrey street sometime Wednesday night obtained $14.50 in Mrs. Ramon Simpson, chairman' ch fSf J™* a few batteries val- day from Lake Michigan to Ohio River. If the snow hasn't vanished the end of the day, and the weath' erman's forecast for the future is accurate, it will be gone by Friday or Saturday. For top temperatures in the 50s were forecast for Friday and the outlook for Saturday was "cloudy and warm with occasional light rain." Meanwhile, deaths 'blamed indirectly on the weather in Indiana climbed to seven when a traffic crash near New Castle killed Mrs. Florence Slusser, 68, Columbus Grove, Ohio, Wednesday. A car driven by her husband skidded on a patch of ice in Ind, 3 and plowed into a tree. Earlier, four traffic deaths and two fire deaths had snow, ice and cold weather connections. Temperatures ranged from 28 at Lafayette to 35 at Evansville at their high points Wednesday and dropped only a few degrees, to a range of 23 at Indianapolis to 27 at South Bend, during the night. Lows tonight will be in the 30s with the likelihood no readings will be below freezing. the j tuberculosis. Mrs. Simpson said that (he association will open a booth at the by post office next Tuesday and Wednesday to The booth sell will Christmas seals, be managed by members of the association's executive board. On Tuesday Mrs. D. E. Nagle, Mrs. Harold Mertz, Mrs. Merrill Miller arid Mrs. William McArthy will be in charge. On Wednesday the " G. booth will be run by Mrs. M. Emler, Mrs. Keith Michael, Mrs. Harold Eendriclison and Mrs. Mertz. Confiscate BI jink Automatic Pistols Found on Youths Several local teen-agers have -, .,, - „.- . ,. t , been injured by a n,w type of au-| shenff *<>* Kln « investigated. ued at $24 apiece, according to G, W. Wolf, Jr., proprietor. Wolf said he was unable to determine the exact number of group 1 National batteries missing until an inventory is taken. The money, belonging to Fred Grauel, a Wolf employe, had, been left by him in a change pocketbook in toe glove compartment of a battery truck in the warehouse. Grauel discovered the break-in at 6:45 a.m. Thursday when he went to work. The burglars crawled over 'tha gate to the Wolf property to reaeii the three-unit warehouse. When they failed in an attempt to open •the regular door, they gained entrance by kicking in a glass panel of an overhead door. • It was the fourth time the warehouse has been burglarized in the past six years, Wolf said. Deputy Husband of Former Local Lady Expires William M. Love; husband of the lormer Loris Gohl of Logansport, died Wednesday night in a hospital at Lees-burg, Fla., according to information received by his brother-in-law, County Auditor Richard Gohl. He had been ill two years. A native of Talma, Ind., Love was vice-president of the First National Bank of Leesburg before his retirement. He had resided in Florida 35 years. Survivors in addition to the wife include a son, Jack,'of Hammond. Comerford, Boone Top Miami Crop Exhibits PERU—Joe Comerford of Pipe Creek township and James Boone of Clay township were named judging champions at the Miami County 4-H Late Crop show held Tuesday. Comerford won on his corn exhibits and Boone on his soybeans. There were 43 exhibitors of corn, 20 of soybeans, and two of late potatoes. Reserve chapion in the corn exhibit was Jerry Calloway of Union ;ownship and in the soybean exhib- Kathryn Wolf Estate Estimated at $6,000 The estate of the late Miss Kath- ryr. J. Wolf was estimated at 06,000 when it was opened with Che appointment of her nephew, Henry Wolf, as administrator by Judge Clifford Wild in the Cass circuit court Thursday. The nephew and two nieces were listed as heirs. MUs Wolf died Nov. 7. O'Neill and O'Neill are the attorneys for the estate. Bonus for Christmas? There's no better place to put it than into a home of your own. See this real family home where you will have a study, dining and large living and powder room, and a brand new kitchen down. 4 bedrooms and 2 new bath:; up. Gas furnace, 2-car garage. Short distance from Daniel Webster school. Immediate possession. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Ph. 2684 Hospital Notes MEMORIAL— Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Everett Segravcs, Galveston, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bechdol, Cfal- veston, a daughter. Admitted: Mrs. Ethel Dancey, 1718 East Market street; Mrs. Ethel Keller, 1127 Wheatland avenue; Mrs. Zola Shaver, 615 East Market street; Robert Sheck- oll, 3025 North Pennsylvania avenue. Dismissed: Mrs. Charlene Davis, Royal Center; Orvilte Etnire, j Royal Center; Max Frye, Peru; Master Andrew Highhquse, Havelock, N. C.r Master Gregory H:igh- houije, Havelock, N. C.; Mrs. Clara Hoke, Hoyal Center; Robert Humes, Bringhurst; Miss Vvonne Summers, 711 High street; John Willis, 119 Northern avenue.-. it, John township. Hanaway of Richland Dora A. Kraut Will Filed for Probate The estate of the late Mrs. Dora A. Kraut, former president of the Neal home board, who died Nov. 24, was estimated at .$40,000, including $25,000 in real estate and $15,000 in personal property, when it was opened Thursday in the Cass circuit court. Under terms of her will, which was filed for pro-bate, $200 goes to the St. James Evangelical Lutheran church toward the purchase amplifying unit for the The remainder of the es- of an church. tate is to be divided among her four children and her three sisters. A son, William Kraut, was n-am ed executor of the will, dated April 12, 1951.' Norman Kies-ling'is the attorney for the estate. SMALL four bedroom home close in with two bedrooms and bath down, modern kitchen, space heater, washer & dryer, refrigerator included, $7000. Merrill Wilson, Realtor, Phone 3798. FOR SALE: House and rabbits. • 1325 College St. Plan your Christmas celebration for this home . . . 'cause you can move in before the holidays. It's a brand new 3 bedroom ranch, with breezeway and 2-car garage on nearly 1-aere lot. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Ph. 2684 ST. JOSEPH'S— Born: To Mr. and Mrs. George 'Parlow, 2007 East Market street, ! a daughter; Mr. ant 1 Mrs. Robert Parish, Walton, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Altnian, Chalmers, a son. Admitted: Roy Blume, 919 Race street; Mrs. Kathryn Morrow, 902 Sixteenth street; Mrs. Lacy Kinnaman, 221 Barron. street; :.Ir,5. Anna Burkhart, 341% North street; Mrs. Mary Alice Smith, 3016 East Broadway; Mrs. Choska Henderson, 407 ! /z East Market s'reet; Mrs. Clarice Evers, 1126 Nineteenth street. Dismissed: Kenneth Whipple, 409 High street; Mrs. Clara Mab- bit. route 2; Melvin Sc>mniers, Bunker Hill; Miss Brenda Roland, 11818 Rogers street; Mrs, Keith ! Miller and son, route 1. Joycees Induct 12 New Members Twelve new members were inducted into the Logansport Junior Chamber of Commerce Wednesday night during an orientation program at Purcell's cafe. They are: Dick Bower, Jerry Giuson, Brad McClain, Larry Highbaugh, Willis Montgomery, C. L. Miller, James Hanson, Ed Smith, Randy Mauch, Joe Young, Paul Hines and Carl Douglass. Leo Weber delivered the orientation address to the group. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marie Smith, Mgr. PfiooB 3195 DE-STROY tki PROVEN Rat Killer JARFJIRIH HOW MU I per Ik Horn-mil Bi»M«TEI LOGANSPORT ELEVATOR CO. 3 BEDROOM ranch style, east, Jess than year oW, electric built in kitchen, 2—12x15 bedrooms, oil perimeter heat, 4V4% mortgage, call owner 52840. ON contract, 6-room modern, east, immediate possession. Write Box A-82, this newspaper. NOTICE We will be closed on Saturday afternoon beginning December 7 to March 1* Van Meter Implement Store KEWANNA, fNDIANA tomatic pistol which shoots blanks, according to Police Chief Lee Morris. Two of the pistcls have been confiscated by law enforcement warned that any on t»en-agers also will be confiscated. Fire flashes up f,-om tho top of the weapon when it is discharged, it was reported. This has caused burns in several instances and in one case a boy almost lost the sight of an eye from the flash. Enters Plea of Innocent in Court Albert Means, 29, an attendant at the Logansport state hospital, pleaded innocent to a rape; charge shortly after it was filed Thursday morning in the Cas:; circuit court by Prosecutor George Babcock. The affidavit alleges that he was intimate with vember 27. State Detective Sharpsvilie, Ind., Youth's Hog Wins Stock Show Title CHICAGO (UP)—Dick Nash, 17, Sharpsvilie, Ind., won the reserve grand championship hog title at the International Livestock Exposition Wednesday with a 240-pound Hampshire named "Dick's Delight." Dick was runnerup to Gerald Anderson, 15, Leland, 111., whose "Gerald's Pride" won the nod from judges over 350 hog ontries. The Illinois animal previously won the junior grand championship, a title which Dick won last year. The Hoosier runnerup, which didn't have a name until young Nash chose one after arriving in Chicago from his family's 800-acre farm in Tipton County, was one of nine animals shown by the Sharpsvilie boy. All of them were 4-H Club projects. The prize hogs will be auctioned Friday. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-three Four Drivers In City Court Three drivers were fined in city couit Thursday morning by Ju<ige Harold Tuberty, who withheld judgment on two charges against a fourth defendant. Jack Lee Hollis, route 1, Royal Center, entered a plea of not guilty '.o driving while under the inflii- artce and improper registration, and the trial was held Thursday. Judgment was withheld following testimony by several witnesses. Raymond C. Dickerson, Stock- and and Harry T. Penoff, Indianapolis, was fined $19 and costs on the same charge. Eugene Ledonne, 1312'A Spear Iwcll, Ind., was fined S10 | $14.75 costs for speeding. Gov. Handley to Discuss State's Highv/ay Program INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Governor Handley was scheduled to discuss Indiana's highway program tonight in a public meeting at the New Albany High School. Slate Highway Chairman Peters and mayors of New Albany, Jeffersonville and Louisville, Ky., also were scheduled to attend. The highway department also set three other public hearings on specific road projects around the state. They include: Dec. 17—Hanna High School, section of U.S. 30 east from U.S.35. Dec. 18—Westville Public Library, on 4.5 miles of Ind. 2 at Westville. White County Buys Two Sheriff Cars MONTICELLO - The sheriffs department here in 1958 will be driving Ford tudors, purchased recently for $4,623.13. A new state law provides that the county furnish the cars for the sheriff's office. Third of Air Base patient on NO-! Housing Completed Kenneth Wines and Sheriff 0. R. Carson investigated and, obtained a statement from Means, Wines siigned the affidavit against him. Judge Clifford Wild set his bond at $2,000 and continued the case to give Means time to obtain an attorney. Scouts Prepare Yule Presents Christmas presents for cub scouts of Pack No. 322 were prepared by the pack committee at a meeting Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Beall, 535 Burlington avenue. The presents will be given to the scouts at a Christmas party next Tuesday at the Jefferson school. Santa Claus will be at the party to meet the youngsters. George Ruschkofski, committee chairman, and E. S. Corcheran, cubmaster, were in charge of the meeting. The next meeting will be Jan. home of Roy Leazenby, 607 Reynolds street. CAR GOES INTO 7JITCH ROCHESTER — Russell John Osborn, aged 34, of route 1, Culver, was arrested on a charge of "driving while under the influence" after his car ran off the road into a^ditch Wednesday at DsLong. He is scheduled for appearance in circuit court on Friday. HD CLUB MEETING Citizenship leaders of Cass county Home Demonstration e.ubs will meet next Monday at the Logansport Public Library to discuss plans for January activities. The meeting will begin at 9:5.0 a.m. Mrs. Mary Batch and Miss Frankie Kinnaman will be in charge of the meeting. Miss Ethel Nice, home demonstration agent, said citizenship would be the subject for home demonstration clubs next month. street, arrested Wednesday night ior reckless driving, was fined $10 and $14.75 costs. KILLED IN CRASH West Lafayette OKs Municipal Water Company WEST LAFAYETTE (UP)— West Lafayette residents voted by a margin of more than 3-to-l Tuesday for municipal ownership of its water company. But scarcely 15 per cent of the eligible voters cast ballots in the special referendum, results of which were announced Wednesday. The vote was 560 lor and ITS against the city purchasing the West Lafayette Water Co., a privately-owned utility in which the Purdue University Research Foundation controls 69 per cent of the stock. Results of the referendum mean that the city will begin negotiations for the purchase, expected to be at a price of about $800,000. Kerosene Lantern Explodes; Child Dies ,_,,„,„ „, „ , MILWAUKEE (UP) — The 4- NEW CASfLE (UPJ-Mrs. Flor- yoar . (lld son of a poverty-stricken ence Slusser, 68 Columbus Grove, mothcir whose O i ectric ity was Ohio was killed Wednesday in a Burned off because she could not traffic accident on Ind. 3 north of pay hor bill was bu ,, led t death here. State police said a car driven Wednesday night when a make- bj her husband, Russel , 73, spun shift kerosenc lantcrn cxp i odcd on a patch of ice and hit a tree, i Gcrald Cannon was dead on ar . Slusser was taken to Henry County rival at tne Johnson Municipal Hospital. His brother Robert, 2, Hospital injuries. with head and chest GAS FUMES FATAL GREENSBURG (UP) --The was in poor condition with burns OV 5T 75 P cr cent of his body. Mrs - Fawn Cannon, the mother bodies of Mrs. Ruby Decker, 30,i"£ fjve other chil *en, told police and Hobart Suitor, GO, Greensburg, ? he llad , sent ono ° r her sons to were found in Suitor's gas-filled! b . uy .*. lan 'e™ and kerosene. Au- home here late Wednesday. Police' "' om ''f s ,? aid the electricity at the home had been turne'd off because i broke into the home when the i mailman and neighbors reported ' something wrong. The deaths were a bill had not been paid. Th<; two young brothers were auiuuuiujg wiuug. lilt; uuuujb ivuru , . . " ° blamed on gas from a heater! J. rappcd '" lhe one-story prefab PERU—About 35 per cent of the housing project at Bunker Hill Air ForM Base has been completed, according to T. Sgt. Donald I D. Dunham, field representative of the 4041st Installations Squadron. A :otal of 190 units will be ready in late January and 153 more units ready by mid-February. Then 110 more units are scheduled for completion by May and a final 218 units by late August. POSTPONE RIFLE CLUB The regular meeting of the YMCA Rifle club, which was scheduled for Thursday night at the National Guard Armory, has been postponed until next Thursday because of the Auto Show. Frank Taylor, genera! .secretary at the YMCA, said the group would fire next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and again Dec. 19 at the regular time. The club rormally meets every other Thursday at the Armory. White Welfare Head Resigns as of Jan. 1 MONTICELLO — Milton Timmons, director of White County Welfare Department for the past nine years, has resigned the position, effective Jan. 1. A new director will probably be appointed by the welfare board at its next meeting on Dec. 20. AND HYBRID : Claude B. Kime R. R. 2, Denver, Ind. Phone 2627 74* fati About Jeen-A$e Mews" by Jack Ryan Should our leen-agin be home ot a definite time every night? Some expirti think-a curfew Would curb delinquency; others think ii would only aggravate the problem by letting government assume parental retpon- •ibility. Which /"„ ._ view ij right? (066. B ^•^',- family Weekly With Your Sunday Pharos-Tribune and Logansport Press. ... Available Evtrywhert, • Dependable always ior Cooking, Hot Water, HOME HEATING! . Today, mor* and mar* peopf* ore «n|oyrng Itx many wonderful octvantagei of LP GAS—your moil convenient and automatic countrytid* fuel. Remember, «*rvke i* ovr job. ., and MOW yen 4an dtoovwr th« MIRACUE of TRAVELIN ENJOY WARM FLOORS! HEAT "TRAVELS" TO EVERY ROOM..,, WITHOUT COSTLY FURNACE PIPES OR REGISTERS TO INSTALL! Only Slegltr's amazing ntw Gas HtaUri glvt you this htcttlng "mlracU"! Corn* in today I iP GAS HOME HIATIR9 A "WITH TNI MTINTW WAT TUIM" TEN BROOK SALES, INC. 700 So. Berkley Rood Ph. Collect GL 2-5489 Kokomo, Ind. which apparently went out. CRASH INJURIES FATAL INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Herman Bailey, 42, Indianapolis, died in house which was destroyed by the explosion and fire. VOTE OF CONFIDENCE By NORMAN RUNNION Methodist Hospital here Wednes-jUnilcd Press Staff Correspondent day of traffic injuries sustained! PARIS (UP) — Premier Felix Nov. 8 when his car collided with Gaillard won a vote of confidence one driven by Newman Doyle, 37, today on a bill giving him emer- Indianapolis, on Ind. 37 near here, Bailey's wife, son and another per- gcr.cy powers to halt inflation. But a policy split with the powerful son sustained fractured skulls in I socialist Party still threatened tha the collision. ' ilife of his cabinet. SALE CALENDAR Dec. 4-5-6—Knouff Flrniture Co. Roy Crume Dec. 6—Joe's Auction '........ Teel Dec. 6—Mrs. Chester Martin Roy Crume Dec. 7—Willis Auction Room Waldron, Auct. WARDS 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 Gutottcd even Hut. 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