Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 9, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 9, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, July 9, 1957. Loot Grocery Of $32,000 FORT WAYNE (UP) - Safecrackers looted the Maloley Grocery at Waynedale of $10,000 in tash and $22,000 in checks in what Deputy Sheriff Harry Monn called "one of the largest robberies in Fort Wayne and Allen County in recent years," The theft was discovered today by Tom Ridehart, an employe of the store. Authorities said the thieves apparently gained entrance to the building through a skylight, then Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson at Santa Ana. Mrs. Wilson is the former Alma Mayhill of Delphi and classmate of Mr. Obear in the Delphi high school. Mayor Roy Clauser passed sentence on four men charged with public intoxication Monday morning in City court. Theodore "Dora" Fife was fined $10 and costs of $15 and was sentenced to 30 days at the state farm; George R. Howard of Lafayette was" given 120 days at the state farm and fined $10 and costs; Cubert Henry, was given a 90-day suspended sentence to the stale farm and fined $25 and costs of $15; Earl Kite of near Rossville, was fined $15 and assessed Will These Old Red 'Soldiers' Die or Just Fade Away? knocked a hole through a false ! costs'of $15 and given a suspended ceiling which led down to the store.' 60-day sentence at the slate farm. They said the safe was in an office One selectee failed to appear which was not visible from the front entrance of the store. The safe-crackers used an electric drill to penetrate two compartments made of steel "several inches thick" to trip the lock's tumblers. Monn said the job appeared to be the work of professionals. Delphi •Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hamling plan to go to Rochester, Minn., in the near future where Mr. Hamling will enter the Mayo clinic for observation and x-rays. Monday to be sent to Indianapolis for induction and it is rumored that the entire selective Service board of Carroll County may resign if the youth is deferred. However the board will not meet until Monday night of next -week to take final action in the affair. Members of the board arc; Dedrnar Gilmore, Tom Peters, Geo. Sohnepp, Raymond .Todd, and Roger Rohrabaugh. There will be an ice cream social at Lockp'ort Friday night. James Hufford, of route 1, Del-i phi, .has volunteered for service in Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Mangus re-1 the U. S. Army through the local cently attended their class reunionsiselective office. He was sent to at Transtlvania College at Lexington, Ky. Both were graduated from the college. Mrs. Marie Thompson will entertain the following guests this •week: Mrs. Albert Lormer, Holland, 0. Mrs. Cecil Bair, Sobering, Fla. and Mrs. Eva Jackson who Taax been at Toledo, but is planning to return to her home at Pittsburg. All are sisiers and nieces of Mrs. Thompson. More than 70 friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Will Roark of South Wabash St. called to help them celebrate their golden wedding Sunday. Punch and wedding cake were served. Among the Indianapolis for induction Monday. The Rain or Shine of the Delphi Methodist church will meet this Tuesday night. Hostesses are Mary Davies, Fern Bowman, Lola Parks, Zenna Shelly, Lucille Hicks, Nora Hemming, Mildred Mullendore, Nora Shortridgc and Mina Tansey. Miss Mary Benjamin will show pictures Mrs. Earl Thompson will be welcomed home from a plane trip around the world. She and Mrs. Frank Austin of Milwaukee, formerly of Burlington visited 17 different countries. Mrs. Marie Thompson arrived home Saturday night after a plane trip around the world. She reached guests were their son, Rev. Carl; Milwaukee on July 2 and remained Roark and family on Jonesboro;; there un'.il Saturday. Mr., and Ralph Parks and family of Indi Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arms, Gas City; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Larry'Atkinson of Anderson and Rev and Mrs. W. 0. Williams of Lafayette. The couple received many cards, gifts and flowers. " Ii. M. Fletcher visled friends in Indianapolis recently. Mr. and Mrs. James Obcar of anapoli.s spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Porks here. The time of William P. Odom's flight of 19.645 miles around the world in 1947 was 75 hours, 5 minutes, 11 seconds. Indianapolis who drove to Calif. to|_ , , _. accompany their son home vlsted] KeOO »)C Classified AflS Communist party bos» NIkitn Khrushchev (right) U shown with three ouster victims during Lenin birthday celebration In April, From left: V. M. Molotov, Georgl M. Malenkov, Lazar Kaganovicli. OBSERVERS SEE what may be a now day dawning in relations with the Soviet in the Moscow shaJteup which flnda veteran Stalinists V. M. Molotov, Georgl Malenkov, Lazar Kaganovich and Dmitri Shepilov kicked off the 11-man presidium, ruling Communist body. The shakcup shuws party boas Niklta Khruahchcv is (irmiy in the saddle. Th'e Soviet press accused the ousted leaders of plotting secretly to "seize power," an accusation which has ended many another Russian leader's career with an obituary. Now the question Is, will they be put on trial to be disgraced publicly, or just be sent to pasture! The latter could bo dangerous. (International) Also booted wan Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov (left). Demoted were two economist member* of tho ll-mnn, presidium, Mlhlin.ll rorvulchii] (middle) and Maxim Snbuirov. Scouts Will Search For Weapon Used in Terre Haute Slayings TERRE HAUTE (UP) — Boy Scouts and Civil Defense personnel soon will launch an inch-by- inch search of a woods near here, cause a divorce court judge gave his former wife Lhe custody of theii; Ijwo children, Whilakcr married Martin's for- 'mer wife and Martin married Whitaker's former wife. The gun used in the slayings never has been found. Whitalcer looking for u gun with which a said he discarded it in, a thick motlwr and her U-year-old son woods near the Martin home. Offi- wcre slain in a wife-swapping that leers and volunteers looked' for backfired. ' days, Mrs. Alma Martin and her son (Creek hut floods along Sugar Jack Whilaker .were killed bedroom of their fashionable dom in a wooded subdivision after a midnight gun duel in darkness bc- 'bollomlands in a'search temporarily. halted the Find Bodies of Six More "Audrey" Victims LAKE CHARLES, La. (UP) The bodies of six more victims of hurricane Audrey have been found, running the toll of dead afld missing in tlic June 27 disaster to «)0. Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Henry Reid said 319 bodies have been found, and 200 of them identified. Tlie missing total Ii2s grown to 161, he said, although some of the missing undoubtedly are among Matrimony Still the Prime Objective BUFFALO, N. Y. — While technological and scientific • advancements have completely changed society in less than a generation, the, college co-ed of today remains confident that, .like mother, she can bag a husband and a degree almost simultaneously. Dean Jeannette Scudder, dean of women of the University of Buffalo, said recently that the persistent matrimonial aspirations of the co-ed in the face of a changing world deserved a salute. Dean Scudder said stitistics indicated that the "persistent" coed of today will realize her ambition of marriage by the time she graduates. Then she can expect to "live happily thereafter until the age of 72" — the result of longer life expectancy. She also noted that by tlie time the co-ed is 32, she will have three children, all of them of school age, and will then be ready to ."make further contributions to society." The primary purpose of a liberal education for women therefore, Dean. Scudder added, "is to provide training ior later employment." "Our hope is to graduate a well- integrated and reasonably happy individual who will be able to make her contributions to.society to the best of her abilities," she concluded. Hold Final Rites For Mrs. H.J.Austin MONTICELLO — Funeral services for Mrs. Harriet J. Austin, 89, were held at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Miller Funeral Home. The Rev. Harlcy Davis officiated with burial in the Y o m a n cemetery. Her death at her home in Yeoman Saturday afternoon occurred following a brief illness. A resident of that community for ninny years, shu was a member of the Methodist church of Yeoman. Born April '.), lllfili, in Kentucky, she was the daughter of William and Sarah Pcevier Roach. Her marriage March !), IBIIil, was to Sherman Auslin, wlio preceded her in death in 1931. Logansport, Indiana, Fharos-TribuiM Tbrw Nasser Charges U. S. Is Pressuring Egypt CAIRO (UP) - President Gamal Abdel Nasser asked the United States to stop trying to put "pressure" on Egypt and said the Eisenhower Doctrine was not Suez Canal it Israel would accept the decision as binding too. Nasser challenged President Eisenhower's statement that the recent delivery of three Soviet acceptable to Egypt because it has submarines to Egypt created an "political strings" attached. Nasser made the statements an interview with the Uni Press marking the fifth anniversary of the Egyptian revolution that overthrew King Farouk. • Asked what he thought Egypt and the United States should do to restore the good relations that formerly existed between them Nasser said, "We are ready to do anything except give up our independence and sovereignty." Then he said U. S. "pressure" I unhealthy situation in the Middle the United! " We bu 5' arms only to defend ourselves against aggression. . . . These weapons will be used for th« defense of our coasts," the Egyptian president said. would buy more Soviet arms. PANOPLY IN JALOPY CHICAGO (UP)-Chris lacullo believes in the saying "Something old, something new..." about -IP INDIANA cor.vrr OF I-ASS must stop if relations between the, weddings. He will drive to aij two countries are lo improve. i wedding today in a 1938 ca-r, lead- Nasser said Israel was the prin-jjng a parade of vintage autos cipal cause of deterioration of'driven by fellow members of an relallons between Egypt and the .'old car club United States. j '• "Because of Israel the United Stales refused to supply Egypt arms," he said. He 1 said when Israel started buying weapons, particularly from France, Egy.pt had lo turn to Russia to gel arms, "and that was another turning point in our re!a-j lions with the United Slates." Nasser suid it slill was "too ,, ,., ,„.. would recognize Israel as'a siale. i r °r;' v ,'"', u " rr y d ., , JluHMl in l.n|riinn]>ort. Indllin He sujd Egypt would accept, in ll >:» -mi ''«>' »'..•!«'>•.• i?5"._. i advance a ruling by liie International Court of Justice on the right of Israeli ships to use the .\ollfu In luTKby ntvi'ii (liHt Hari*y I,. Stuwiirt was. uu 2nd day of July. I!)j7, upimlntud Kxwutor of (In. J-.Matu of C!«u D. KritBh, do- ilCIMllWl. Al IKTCOMH luivin£ chilins u^alnst jnuM nKttue, whu'.ner or not no\\- diiu. nuiHi fllo thci siinie In mid (com 1 ', witliln six (13) munlliK from i t t , , ,. T-. , it' 1 "* dute of tlio flr.st nubllciillou of early" to say whether Egypt everUin.- noik-e ,,r «.u,i <.Anin« win be "We are now making arrange- t |lc unidentified dead. mcnLs Lo organize a bociy of persons lo go out and continue the tweon Mrs. Martin's husband, search," Prosecutor John Jell Stewart, and her former husband, Thomas Wbitaker, SB. Whilaker was arrested hours later when he surrendered at a police station. Authorities said he said. He said no time for renewal of the search had been set because il depended on how quickly the creek overflow drains. But he said the search would be resumed went on a shooting rampage be-!as soon as possible. iclc Owners Only IF YOU own an earlier Bnick tlian our 1957 product, you're probably reluctant to part with it — and who can blame you? 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