Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 11, 1957 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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twelve _ Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Good News! Ike Offers /*"• • "i'it* it Civil Rights Reassurance president Quiets Southern ^| Fears That Troops Might "Be Used to Force School -i Integration ;. ; ,WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower is willing to -amend his civil rights bill to allay any] fears troops will be used to force • school integration in the South, • Republican sources said today. ••But as of'now he will not make iny further concessions to south-1 ern foes of the legislation, these sources told- the United Press. This ruled out acceptance of a so- called jury-trial amendment which Dixie senators are' demanding. ^The Senate moved into its fourth day of debate on the civil rights issue. Leaders scheduled a long session in hopes of .reaching a vote early next week on the preliminary motion to consider formally the House-approved administration civil rights bill. I IjOftff dCSSIOHB HCM1 . .. ; uttjrB. VII £«Jl.m»|i • UUA;J\ w luo Leaders warned sessions may:. carrier, the Lake ChampJain, ifet longer — possibly running i he learned a memorial had been round-the-clock. '! held for Mm. (InternationaU 'Sen. 0-lin D. Johnston (D-S.C.) •Jeld the floor at. the start of today's debate with an 800 - page speech charging the bill would engender "the worst hatred' this •(ation has ever seen since the Civil War."' U.S. NAVY IX. Comdr. Edward F. Wolf phones his wife »t- Virginia Beach, Va., from Mar- gejjle, France, to tell her he la safe and sound after being adrift in the Mediterranean. He bailed out of his Cougar jet After collision with an Italian air force fighter during NATO maneuvers, and was adrift four days. On getting back to his 'He began reading the long •peech late Wednesday, yielding so the Senate could quit for the night only when assured he would Jiave the floor again today. He planned a "complete explanation" of the bill followed by a.detailed, history of trial by jury from the year 1066 to the present. Held for Beating Factory Foreman: LEBANON, Ind. UP — Robert D. Osborne, 23, Tborntown, was arrested by state police Wednesday and charged with the beating of a factory foreman at the foreman's home here June/ 23. Police said Osborne signed a confession that he beat James Is'enhbiir,' '43, at IseJihour's ' home. 'Isenhdifr' was' found unconscious •'. Elsenhower's single concession J by-his-wife in their- yard after he fell far short of the compromise had returned from taking a baby Busy Week Ahead for Carrol) 4-H DELPHI—Next week will be a busy one for Carroll County 4-H'ers. B, B. Shaw of MonticeBo will give a program entitled "A Trip Around the World" at the Carroll county 4-H junior leader meeting which will be held nexti Tuesday in the Delphi BEMC at 8 p.m. The County Fair committee, co- chairmaned by Virginia Fisher and Oetta : Joyce, will explain plans' for the fair stand. Jackson township- will be in charged the chairs. Barbara John- '• son will lead group singing and Jerry Myer and Sonia Landis will give flag .pledges. Dwalne Ward will give devotions. The District Judging and. De-. •monstration contest will be held Wednesday July 17 at Frankfort High School. County winners who will participate in the contest are Virginia and Glenda Fisher, Madison township; Joyce .Catroh, .Burlington township; Joetta Joyce, Washington; Carol Hoold, Burlington; Martha Schnepf, Monroe; Pat Meads, Monroe; Patty Todd, Burlington; Carol Welch,, Madison; Dolores Henna, Burlington; Bonnie Smith, Washington;' JaneMa &uge, Burlington; Loua<nn Pearson, Adams; and Jane Ann Jones, Monroe. Special, demonstration county winners will compete in the district at Frankfort on July 23. Mrs. Walter Scott of Clinton County will judge the Carroll County dress revue Friday, July 19. About 200 girls are expected to take part in the contest'which wil^ be held at the Camden gymnasium at 8 p..m. Mrs. Betty Randolph will serve as moderator for the revue. Judg- ings will be carried on in the morning and in the afternoon of that day. • TRUMAN LIBRARY DEDICATED some southerners want. Sen. Kichard B. Russell (D-Ga.), who conferred for 50 minutes Wednesday with Eisenhower, told newsmen opponents ,hoped all of part three •tfould be knocked out of the bill. What Part Three Is "Part three would give the government authority to seek injunc- sitter home. He was unable to discuss the beating until released from the hospital Saturday. In his confession, Osborne said he administered the beating to .Lsenhour because the Lebanon man "hogged", the road and would not let lifcm pass recently. A charge vi assault and battery Former President Harry S. Truman (right) hands over the Truman mingham. Negro Girls Report Their Escorts Were Kidnaped From Car BIRMINGHAM,.Ala. (UP)—Two- Negro girls told police early today that two carloads of armed white men kidnaped their dates after the Negroes.. attempted to pull-into a white driVe-in restaurant. Police said the girls reported shortly before midnight Wednesday night that the'two cars filled with white men forced their car over to the" side of the street. They said the white men made the two Negro boys get into their cars and then .drove away. Police broadcast a slate-wide alarm for the two cars described by the girls, identified as Loretta Washington, 19, and A<-'--\e. Brown 23, both of Birmingham. The 'girls idenUtU-a nie victims as. Henry Siler, '21, and Harold ^Cunningham, 19, also of Bir- Thursday Evening, July 11, M9T. Hoosier Youth Killed In Stolen Car Crash PROVIDENCE, Ky. (UP)—Earl Lawson jr., 14, Indianapolis, was killed late Wednesday when a stolen car went out of control and crashed- as Lawson and a companion fled police near here. ' Elbert Waterman, 14, also of Indianapolis, sustained minor injuries in the crash and was held in the Webster County Jail at Dixon, Ky., pending an investigation by the FBI. ! Authorities said the two poys, stole the car at Haubstadt, Ind., Tuesday night after running away from home. Electric Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added after July 15th. ' Papers to Wayne C. Grover, Archivist^ of the U. S. during the dedication of the Harry S. Trufiian Library at independence, Mq. A large .They told police that they were riding with their dates and deoid- Couple Sentenced For Store Holdup BROWNSTOWN, Ind. (UP)— ludige John M. Lewis late Wednesday sentenced Curtis Checkles, 26, tions or other civil court action to wilh inlent to km was [i]c(1 in thwart conspiracies to deprive persons of civil rights. It embodies sections of the Ku KIux Klan Act of the reconstruction perirfd. Senate foes contend it would empower th'e President to use-troops to force racial integration in schools and other public places in the South. Administration supporters deny there is any real basis for the charge. But Eisenhower is willing Boone Circuit Court against Osborne, who police said has a long record. He was held in Boone County Jail under $2,500 bond. Crash Kills Father And Son; Three Hurt HUNTINGTON, Ind. (UP) — A Connersville man and his young son were kH'.ed and three others ra ^rcurS ^te^t ?^± a ^ sources said. to ihe GOP Drop Dulles' Speech On Chinese Mainland TATPEI, Formosa^(UP) — The Nationalist Chinese air force said today that its planes dropped a million copies of a John Foster Dulles speech over the Commu- nlst Chinese night. mainland Tuesday The speech was the one delivered by the secretary of state at San Francisco June 2B reaffirm- o-car collision Ind. 9 and Ind. 114-north"of here. TJaiTy H. Henninger, 44, was killed outright in the accident. His son Jerry, 3, died in HUntington County Hospital here a few hours later. Crosse, driver of the car which collided with the Henninger vehicle. Less seriously injured were Henninger's wife, Betty, 36, and their son, John, 10. Cause o-f the accident was not immediately determined. ing the U.S. stand against recognition of the Communist Peiping i ., , ., ~. • r- • A J regime. i Read the Classified Ads crowd braved the hoi sun to witness the ceremonies, Including former <** t( >. st °P at a white drive-in lor President Herbert Hoover (seated at the left). Other notables present a ."!>*_ sll _ a ™'. J 9?.?..' 1 * th1e . were Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and Chief Justice Earl Warren. • ' (International Soundnholo.) Old Covered Bridge Recently Condemned Plunges Into River BLOOMFIELD, Ind. (UP). — A covered bridge which had stood the test of time since 1883 collapsed •. and fell into the White River Wednesday as a highway department employe prepared to mark, jts official closing to the public with flares and red' flags. Henry Bough, an employe of the Greene County Highway Dapart- ment, was informed the old bridge was unsafe for traffic and had been sent to close it to the public. He parked his truck at .the east end of 'the bridge and began walking across. Suddenly a groan and a shudder racked the bridge' and it began io dip toward the river below. •Bough just manageB ' to make it lo the bank when the structure fell. A few minutes later, less than 75 feet of the 375-foot bridge re- Now for Pros said'they pulled into the drive-in, but couldn't.find a parking space and left without ordering. ' Later, she said they noticed that two'Cars were following them with their headlights turned off. They told police that the two cars pulled alongside their car and that several of the men were waving pistols. The girls said the white men forced their .-car to the curb and mode the lour Negroes get out. They said the men forced them to stand against a fence and made | the two Negro boys get into separate cars. Th'e girls.said they ran to telephone police as soon; as the white men sped away with their captives. The- two youths who .later returned home told authorities they were taken into a woods by tne white men and beaten wilh a rubber hose. - . Garages-Utility Buildings-Shell Cottages & Houses NO DOWN PAYMENT ON OUR GARAGES 36 MONTHS TO PAY We build to suit you See Our Display Garage Doily Except Saturday Charles Rag!e & Sons Box 12 'Oak, Ind. It's Easy And So Economical! Solve your need for extra *pace by adding an attic room, batement recreation, or a new addition now! FREE ! How-to-do-lf information, Estimates. ONER'S lumber &Millwork •oner-Built-Cabinetry PHONE 3138 90&-22ND ST. mained. The bridge built over the year term in the . Indiana State !onmatory and fined him $25 and costs following Oheckles' plea of guilty to robbery. Checkles' wife, Mayme, 28, who was with him when he robbed a 2rothersville grocery of $2,000 Tuesday, received the same fine and was given a suspended l-to-10 year term. Oheokles and his wife were tried n Jackson Circuit Court -here less than 24-liours after they were captured at Bedford, Ky., shortly after the robbery. Court Notes A complaint for possession of real estate on Erie avenue and $3,500 damages was filed Wednesday in the .Cass circuit court by H. and R. Properties, Inc., against Louis, Marion and Gerald Pancini and Pandni's Stop-N-Shop, Inc. The complaint alleges that the plaintiff on Nov. 1, 195B, rented the] property to the defendants for $300 per month and that the rent has not been paid for the months of February, March, April, May, June and July, a total ot $1,800.. The suit was filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. miles south of here in June, 1883. In 1954, the cour.ly spent $36,400 dollars to repair it.. .. Authorities said -the- abutment and piers had been weakened by heavy rains and flash floods which hit the area earlier this month. They said the river recently rose to within 3Vz feet of the all time crest record set in 1913. Egypt Plans Canal Work CAIRO (UP)—Egypt will, spend $22,400,000 of this year's Suez Canal revenues .for improvements on the waterway, 'the • w e e. k 1 y newspaper Akher Saa said today. The weekly also said Egyptian minesweepers .had cleared all mines from the Gulf of Suez. 'AUSTRALIA'S Lewis Hond looks happy • on winning .the tennis title at Wimbledon, England, and is reported looking to pro tennis in • U.S. under a dollars- fat contract. (International} Train Kills Unidentified Man ATTICA, Ind. (UP)-Police today sought to identify the body of an elderly man found along the 'Wabash Railroad tracks near here Wednesday. I-Ie was described as about 60 years old, five feet four-inches tall and weighing 170 pounds. I-Ie wore a sport shirt and new overalls. Police said the man apparently was 'struck by a train Wednesday. Repbrf Johnson City Disease Is Not Polio NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UP)—-Dr. C. B. Tucker, director of the preventable disease department of the sLati; Health Department, said Wednesday : that tests show, the disease that struck 43 persons in' Jt'hnson City, Tenn. is not polio. Tucker said tests made from the virus from victims showed that the disease is non - paralytic, probably - coxsackie both very much like polio. NOTICE NEW HOURS Owen's Barber Shop 317 Pearl ,Sl. 8 to 5 Daily and Saturday Friday 8 to 7—Closed Wednesday OWEN BRANT, Barber ATTENTION MOOSE MEMBERS FISH AND TURTLE FRY 6 to 8 p. m. FRIDAY NIGHT DANCING 9 to 12 p. m. SAT. NIGHT WE BAKE HAMS TO ORDER AZLEV CASH MARKET JL |410 Broadway SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BAZLEYS FRESH BUTTER Limit BAILEY'S U.S. GRADED BABY BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK GROUND BEEF 3 TENDER RIB STEAK 55* Lb. TBNDER Rrft BOIL 29* 'Lb. IB. POUNDS ROLLED RIB ROAST 65* EAGLES FAMILY PLAY NIGHT Something New and Different-Come See FRIDAY, JULY 12th at 8 P.M. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING Music by Glady« Fren'cn-B:30 Til 11.30 New Star* Hours OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. Cut/itU SATURDAY 6P.M. 4 R»au>ni they ar« better! Selected quality, completely thankless. Better trimmed. Ready to Ear. SHANKLESS HALF LB. CENTER SLICED HAM-89c POUND BUTT HALF HAM 49* Lb. JUNBDALE Ready To Eat PICNICS WE SLICE 'EM FREE Lb. 35* PORK CHOPS LEAN CBNTBR RIB POUND 59* VEAL LEG ROAST 39c VEAL CHOPS 55c VEAL STEAK Lb. 49c LARGEST DISPLAY Of COLD CUTS IN LOGAN VFW DANCE Saturday, July 13th, Music By Four Jacks and a Jill Come enjoy your Vets—Its air conditioned. '58 duet are payable. ITY MARKET- LOWE'S LITTLE ROOFER SAYS:- Ihat hot asphalt kettle SMELLS but the end, result saves FLAT ROOFS from leaking and spoiling interior furnishings. Gall 3666 TODAY and have Bob inspect your FLAT ROOF. COULD BE it might be in worse shape than you think. GROUND BEEF just past the 2nd Knob on Road 17 EASY PARKING RIGHt PRICES SAUSAGE SWISS STEAK PORK CHOPS BOIL BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK Open Friday and Saturday Kite till 9 p NOTICE NEW LOGANSPORT STORE HOURS Effective Friday, July 12 Logansport Stores'Will Observe the Following Store Hours OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 9:00 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 5 PJV1. Retail Division LOGANSPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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