Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
Page 13
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Thursday Evening, June 6, 1957. Delay Fire Truck Deal The board of works Wednesday delayed for another week the awarding of a contract for a new fire truck to service the five surrounding townships. Logan Auto Parts entered the low bid of $16,995, while the Universal Fire Apparatus proposed $22,272.50 when the bids were opened last week. • Carl McNulty, Washington township trustee, speaking for the participating townships, endorsed the Universal bid, as did Fire Chief Dick Eisert and Councilmen Lawrence Brenner and Walter Berk shire. It was explained that Universal Is a home industry and the Auto Parts bid was on a Howe truck made at Anderson. Officials a Delphi Bob Douglass, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Douglass of East Monroe street, will arrive home Monday from a two weeks trip to the state of Washington to visit an aunt. He was accompanied there by his grandfather, Walter Baker of Wolcott. ' 4 : Susan and Robert Roach have arrived home from Indiana University. Susan will'help in the county auditor's office during the summer. Mrs. Harry Haugh and son, Jerre Haugh, attended commencement exercises at Jefferson high school believed the higher bid contained more of the extra necessary fire fighting equipment. The board let a contract for curb and sidewalk to Otto Foust on his offer of $1.50 a foot for curbing and 40 cents for sidewalk. He will rebuild curbs and walks in the corners which must be maintained bv the city. in Lafayette Monday night, when her ' grandson; Stephen Shealy Haugh was graduated. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haugh of Lafayette. On Sunday the Haughs were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koomer at Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hederich returned to Muncie today after several days visit with her parernts, Mr. and Mrs'. Edrite Parks. En- route home they will visit his father, John Hederich, and his sister, Betty Hederich, at Warren until Sunday. Miriam Hederich, the former Miss Parks, will enter Ball State for the summer term. She is working on her degree in Elementary Education. Herb Parks, a medical student at the Medical Center in Indianapolis, will arrive home today to visit his parents until Sunday. He is a junior in the Medical school of I.U. Marriage licenses have been issued here to Frederic Charles Clem of Delphi and Patricia Darlene Sneathen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Joe Sneathen; Gerald George Ward of Lawrenceburg and. Carol Sue Underbill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Underbill of Delphi; and to Donald Gregory Wernert of Lafayette, now-with the U. S. Forces and Suzanne McChatterbuck, a student. The Carrorll County Council in session here to consider additional appropriations made the following appropriations: county jail maintenance of $981.40 asked $400 was allowed; mower for jail, $140 asked S90 allowed; care of patients at .county home, $1,200 asked, $1,000 allowed. The following per diem for county officials demanded by law were allowed: sheriff, $825; deputy sheriff, $550; circuit clerk, auditor,' treasurer, recorder, surveyor, each $690; sheriff's mileage $550; deputy sheriff mileage, $550; sheriff's summer uniforms $100; courthouse extra help, $700; deputy auditors salary $233.30; auditor's request $450 extra salary disallowed. These allowances came from the County Revenue, For. the requested transfer of funds $800 asked for emergency wages for special duty sheriff traveling expenses only $600 allowed. Under gas tax additional appropriations: salary for supervisor, $400 asked, nothing'allowed; employees wage $5,000 allowed; gasoline S2.000. % allowed; stone and gravel, $1,00*0 allowed. Accumulative bridge funds, all requests were allowed as follows; bicycle bridge, $27,000; Wolf bridge, $6,000; Anderson bridge, $4,000; Sugar Creek bridge, $14,000. ' Members of the council are: Burt McCain, Claude Ellis, Carl M. Yeakley,- Robert L. Reef t Charles Jordon, Walter Ringer'and James McClean.' • Dr. C. C. Crampton, who -has practiced medicine here for 64 years, was named Delphi's most He was presented with a bronze plaque and a citation. He was the organizing First Commander o£ Harry Bohanno'n Post No. 75 American Legion here and has been active in the Tuberculosis Association for many years, A few years ago he was named physician of the year 'by the Indiana State Medical Society. He is a son • of the late Col. A. B. Crampton, former Governor of the Marion Soldiers Home and ' the Soldiers and Sailors Monument in Monument Circle in Indianapolis. for $300 for extra help disallowed, distinguished citizen for the year County Commissioners request for I by the Delphi Rotary Club here. Peru Two hundred students have registered for the private and class music instruction for the Peru summer music program, according to' James Noble, Peru High School band director. Sixty adults and high school students have registered for the Community Concert band which will stage its first Maconaquab Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteea Park Concert next Wednesday at 8 p.m. Melvin Warnock, 29, a 1957 graduate of Purdue University, will assist Marion Strong of the Miami County Soil Conservation Office as a trainee. Warnock is a son of Ray Warnock of Converse. He majored in economics at Purdue and will serve as a trainee for one year. Charles X. McCalla, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCalla, Peru, disclosed this week that he plans to open an office in Peru next June after he completes his year's internship at a clinical hospital in Lima, 0. McCalla will receive his degree of Doctor of Medicine from Indl ana University Medical School, Bloomington, Monday. After graduating from Peru High School in 1943, Dr. McCalia, 31, attended pre-medtcal school at Indiana University for one year, then entered the navy. He served in World War II, returning to Indiana University in 1946 to complete his pre-medical work. He again entered Naval Service . 1950 and spent 21 months in Korea and Japan. He is now a lieutenant in the Naval Reserve on inactive duly. After leaving the service for the second time, Dr. McCalla has been teaching general science in Marion High School pending acceptance of his application for readmission to Indiana University Medical School. He took his training for the last three years at Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis. PAINTER'S FALL FATAL SOUTH BEND (UP) - Lylo Gano, 57, Benton Harbor, Mich., died in Memorial Hospital Wednesday after falling ioff a warehousa ramp where he painted. Authorities said his head struck the concrete floor. STORE FULL OF VALUES...YOXTLL GET... POCKET COME SEE . . . YOU'LL SAVE AT A&P! "SUPER-RIGHT"—IT'S QUALITY RIGHT—Selected from fully-matured, grain-fed cattle for superb taste and tenderness ... one high quality ... no confusion! 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