Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 10, 1957 · Page 12
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tegansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Horse-Pulling Will Highlight Fair At Winamac Aug. 13-17 WINAMAC—Horse against grav- 1 ity will be an innovation of the Pulaski County Fair here Aug 13-17. Professional horse pullers will come into Winamac to take part in an equine-tugging contest Saturday night, Aug. 17. Object of the game is to see which man can get his pair of horses to pull a load of 33-55 pound iggots' the greatest distance. Another event at the fair will be a micro-midget race on Wednesday night of the fair, August 14. There will be a tractor-pulling contest on Thursday, and the crowning of the 4-H King and Lawrence Kraud. Mpnticello Monroe Junior Morris, 19, of Monticello, who was. taken in custody Sunday night and charged with grand larceny, appeared in White circuit court Monday afternoon and entered a plea of guilty to the charge. He was alleged to have taken roller skates valued at S75 frorrr Thomas Murdock. On recommendation of Prosecutor Fred Schwanke the court withheld sentence arid the defendant was placed on probation and released during good behavior. Morris did not desire service of an attorney. The young man was booked after investigation by Sheriff Charles Miller and City Chief of Police Queen on opening night. Interspersed during the day will be 4-H demonstrations and judging contests. Chairman of the fair board is Ronald Elston, Winamac; secretary, Mrs. Robert Lizenby, Winamac; treasurer, Harold Lange, Winamac; directors are 0. H. White, Medaryvillc, and George Klampe, Winamac, James Marky, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Huge and daughter, Lana Jo, who went to California' on a month's vacation by motor, had their good times interrupted when Mr. Huge became very ill with pneumonia in Nevada where the vacationers had gone on a trip. Word received by Mrs. Huge's mother, Mrs. Dot Reed, who is employed at the Court Cafe, is that he is better and Winamac, and alternate Howard!out of 'danger but was still hos- Roth, Star City. ipitalized. He was taken ill after the tourists had enjoyed a swim in In a survey made in 1956 the Civil Aeronautics Administration reported there are 298,076 active pilots in the United States. 01 these 80,494, were student pilots and 132,525 pilots flying privatt airplanees. ihe ocean. The Huges had gone to California fo visit Fred's brother. Paul Huge and family at San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rickleff and family, of Burneltsville, have been called to Rockford, 111.,- due to the death of the former's father, Louis CROSSWORD PUZZLE Aniwtr *" YMtt " d «'' ACROSS 1—Son ol Noah - 5—lllver island 8—Waste metal 12—Fleshy fruit 13—Also ' 1-P-Wan 16—Reluctant 17—Second-ratt horse 15—Kind of fabric 20—Law: revoka 21—Gentleman (colloq.) 23—Hastens 24—Expire 2S—Monster 28—Small child 31—Paid notice 32—Negative 33—.Japanese measurft 34—Chart 3C—Repulse 38—Hurried • o9—Leavt out 41— Jos 43—Pits 45—VVoman'Ji t!U« (pl.) 48—Strikes out BO—Decipher 61—Wlnsless • Insects 52—Garden tool M—Silkworm fin—Performs US —Before 57—Rodents DOWN 1—Resorts i 2—Hoisted • with effort 3—Come Into vlev 4—Join 6—Devoured fi—Maiden lovtd by Zeus 7—Upperraoat par! 8—Shovel 9—Most recent 10—Toward the sheltered aid* 11—Microbe 16—Dispatch IS—HuU reclined 22—Doctrine 23—Hostelry. 24—Obstruct . 25—Girl's name 27—Cleaning Uevlc( 29 —Antflo-SiUcon money 30—Metal 35—Protective organization !16—'AHcend J17—Minn vein 38—Kiml of llsh 40—Ancient \ Persians 42—Kind of rao« horne 4n—Retained 4i— Mixture 4C—Prepare fo* S 'lnt CCIUKI 4fl—Pronoun 50—TUver In Wales G3—Conjunction Rickleff, who passed away Monday morning. Funeral services will be in Rockford Wednesday at the St. John Evangelical United Brethren Church. The last will of the late. Hoy Maurine Goddard of Monticello was probated in White circuit court Monday through Attorney Lewis Dellinger. By. the terms of the instrument all the estate is divided in equal shares .to the two sisters, Mrs. Helen McNeely of Fowler and Mrs, Hester Isom.of Dearborn, Mich. Mrs. McNeely, named executrix under the will, qualified in that capacity. , The will was dated March 29, 1957 and was witnessed by Attorney Dellinger' and Mildred Dawson. For the first time in the history of "White County, the spring collection of taxes went above the $1. million mark, county treasurer Walter 'McColJy stated.'' The total was $1,009,366.81. ' Treasurer McColIy added that the increase of $106,824.79 over last year was mainly due to the increased tax rate, in most. of the taxing units.of White County. The only units to have a lower rate this year were Round Grove township and Burnettsville. Chalmers' rate remained the same as a year ago. New building and sub-divisions in the county also added to the increased amount of taxes collected. Last year, ?902,542.02 was collected. Ditch assessments collected this spring amounted to $8,909.13. Ditch assessments collected last spring were $13,156.22, thus, a decrease in ditch assessments of $4,247.07. ' ' Paul Hall who..was injured in an automobile collision south of Loo- goolee about ten days, ago, was transferred to the White County Memorial Hospital Saturday in the Smith and Aufenberg ambulance. Mrs. Hall accompanied her hus- State Entomologist Angered by Political Firing of Secretary INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Frank N Wallace, whose 44-ye'ar tenure at Indiana state entomologist has extended over 1-1 Democratic and Republican administrations, protested vigorously today-the firing of his secretary of 24 years. Mrs. Agnes W. Christian-sen, a $290-a-month assistant to Wallace, was discharged in a new "get tough with Democrats" drive by Governor Handley and other Wednesday Evening, July 10, 19ST, band to Monticello in the ambulance. The trip took about' four hours. Mr. Hall suffered a broken ankle, crushed knee, broken hip, and broken arm in the accident, and is reportedly improving satisfactorily. His leg has been placed in traction and there will be several more x-rays taken in the next few days. He is a patient,in Room 41. Mr. and Mrs. William Heims returned Sunday evening from Dixon, Missouri, where they spent the hoi. iday weekend visiting their daughter and son-in-law,-Pvt. and Mrs. Ralph Norman -Gunvalsen. Pvt. Gunvalsen has been permanently assigned to Fort Leonard Wood as a clerk-typist with the Engineering Corps. Their address is Dixon, Missouri, General'Deli very. Mrs. Dora Firtz of Buffalo entered St. Elizabeth Hospital at Lafayette Saturday morning, beins taken there in the Stewart ambulance from Monon. She is in ."ooiv 207. Mrs. Fitz will be 79 years old on July 26. Itatehouse department heads. Wallace, unhappy at the purge f his chief aid, said he was going •o study the law to see whether nybody in his' office could be red without his recommendation. "I'm the boss of this office," aid Wallace, "and I don't think hybody can come in and fire my eople." Wallace said Mrs. Christiansen's jng tenure as his secretary had •quipped her with the ability to inswer entomological questions 3l.mo.st as well as Wallace and ihat she was a valuable asset to i'fte office during his absence. STORE HOURS NOW OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9:00 P.M. NOW CLOSED SATURDAY AT 5:00 P.M. Year's Lowest Price*..«. Year's Best Values! Starts Tomorrow! COLDSPOT 15 cu. ft. 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