Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 11, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, June 11, 1957. Springfield is Damaged By Tornado No Injuries Are Reported As Twister Strikes; Storms Also Hit Iowa and Wiscon- sin By UNITED PRESS A severe squall line slammed into the Upper Mississippi Valley today, producing a tornado at Springfield, 111., and hitting other sections of Illinois, Iowa and Wis- with violent electrical consm *lorms and heavy .rams. The Springfield twister hit early today, cutting a narrow, jagged swath over a two-mile area. -No injuries were reported, but homes felled and •were damaged, trees utility lines knocked out. The tornado missed the business section of Springfield, site of the Illinois Capitol building, by about cne-half mile. The twister hit without warning during a thunde.- etorm. . Quincy, 111., recorded a two-inch rainfall during a six-hour period ; and Peoria, 111., had nearly one inch. . In Iowa the community of Somt Lucas was drenched by an unofficial four-inch downpour late Monday while nearby New Hampton bad less than one-quarter inch. Burlington, Iowa, reported more than one inch of rain and numerous other stations in central Iowa, •western Illinois and southwestern Wisconsin had more than one-halt inch of precipitation. Another line of thunderstorms extended from northern Utah to South Dakota with rainfall totals of more than an inch and one-half accumulating at Scotts Bluff, Neb., and from one-half to an inch at other points in Wyoming, South Dakota and western Nebraska. Light rain occurred over Arizona, western Colorado, ' the west coast of Washington, parts of the Ohio Valley and sections of the Southeast. The rain in the Southeast failed to reach as far as Miami, however, where residents sweltered in near' record 9»-degree temperatures Monday. Weathermen .said no relief was in sight in the two- day heat wave. Meanwhile, Coast Guardsmen Monday recovered the bodies of four of five fishermen missing from a cabin cruiser which sank off Florida during a weekend storm. The storm caused some flooding in northwest Florida, forcing the evacuation o[ about 200 State Plants Tomato Crop INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The first farm labor bulletin of the 1957 crop year showed today that tomato setting is finished or nearly finished in most Indiana areas, and nearly 2,500 "imported" workers have been helping. The Indiana Employment Security Division's first weekly bulletin said tomato setting is completed in the Lafayette and Peru areas and nearly completed around Marion, Kokomo, ConnersviHe and Anderson. At Anderson, 174 Texas-Mexicans were on hand as farm laborers and there was a temporary surplus of 50 workers, but at nearby New Castle there was a need for 50 additional workers. At Columbus, restting of rain ruined tomatoes occupied most of the time. Fort Wayne reported tomato plants scarce and too large. Pea vining started in the Indianapolis area and the pea harvest started at Lafayette. Radish and onion harvests were in progress around LaPorte, muck crops were in good condition r.round Logansport. Crops were in good condition around South Bend, too. Home Blaze Kills Five MADISON, Conn. (UP)—A fire believed to have resulted .from a JUNIOR 4-H LEADERS LEAVE FOR CONFERENCE Conservative , Party Scores Upset Victory Defeat Canadian liberal Party for First Time in Five Cass county 4-H club junior leaders left Logansport Monday afternoon for DePauw universitj lo attend tlic four-day training conference sponsored by Kiwanis organizations. The local delegation was sponsored by the Logansport Kiwanis club with Gus Thias, county agricultural agent, attending as "P". resentative of the club. Shown just prior to leaving are, left to right: Gene Swank, Harrison township; " A v ;e tor : ous uarty needs 135 of „, , _ f,. < T«_ ji^t_t . «!».!„_. •n~..iir*t-i~ TO.V. n>»r T> «fiii nUom • f ni*rtln f:i?nmnf nnin. titnv' and' .. _ " , , „ Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FIv« sion of either asking Governor- General Vincent Masscy for a new general election, or trying to remain in office with a minority government. If he attempted the latter course, the. 'Opposition parties could vote his administration out of office at any time, and he would be forced to resign. In either case, Diefenbaker, who became Tory leader six months ago, is likely to be called Twenty-two Years But Fail | on to'form a government. But his to Gain Majority OTTAWA, Ont. (DP)-The Conservatives won Canada's general election for ttie first time in 22 years in an upset victory over the Liberal Party but failed today to gain a parliamentary majority as final returns trickled in. The country was faced with a situation in which no party could exercise control over the government. The. 1:30 a.m. e.d.t. United Press summary of party standings showed 108 Conservatives elected and 4 leading; 100 Liberals elected and 5 leading; 20 CCF elected and 5 leading; 18 cabinet would 1 be faced with the same conundrum — how to find sufficient support among the various parties to sustain any challenge that might crop up on the floor of the, Commons. Nine Meted Fines By City Court Judge Judge Harold Tuberty meted fines to nine defendants, including four drivers for speeSmg, in city court Tuesday morning. Speeders paid the following fines: Ernest D. McTigue, of Delphi, $10 and $14.75 costs; Clyde E. Pickens, of route 1, Logansport, Many Lost Articles Are Held at Library It looks like the city library may have to form a new department- children's lost and found. Librarian Mary Holmes said Monday that at the library now are five jackets, three sweaters, one baseball cap, briefcase, coloring books and crayons—all unclaimed. Miss Holmes said she would keep the bejongings ten days, waiting for owners to come in and reclaim them. Air Reserve Hears Talk by R. J. Tarn Flight D of the 9593rd Air Reserve squadron heard a talk by Lt. R. J. Tarn on the Boeing 707 airplane Monday night in the city building. Airman Clyde Wilkinson discussed the Air Force ROTC program in effect at 185 schools of higher education. Lt. E. R. Tarn was introduced as a new member. Sor-i-vl rroriii- elpctsd and 1 lead ' $ 9 and costs ! George D. Beau-jLt. Richard .Ellis, M/Sgt. Social Credit elected and 1 lead- m(mt> Q£ 5U Wes( . Broadwayj $7 ji n man and Major John Logan, ing; and four others—2 Independent Liberals and 2 Independents j f "^ who usually vote Conservative —' Visitors were Lowell Charles Paschcn, Bethlehem; Thias; Paulletta Emery, George Sailors, Clinton. The 'group will return Friday. Bethlehem; Carole Cunningham, Clay; and (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) defective oil burner raced through \ stormed through a two-story frame house Monday bea t up Moslem night, killing five persons, three of them children. Three others escaped, one with minor burns. One of the victims, Charles Van Derwalker Jr., 7, died while trying to carry two of his small nieces to safety. The third child was found dead in her mother's arras. Killed in addition to Van Der- walker were his sister, Mrs. Mary Cooley', 29, and her three children, French Riots Sweep Algiers ALGIERS (UP)—French rioters Mary, 3, Patricia, 10 months. 2, and Susan, Crash Kills Father Enroute Home From IU Commencement BLOOM'INGTON, Ind. (UP)— Algiers today and Moslems in reprisals for recent rebel bomb attacks. The rioters stoned both European and Moslem shops whose own- rs refused to heed a general strike call for today by the French war veterans and students associations. The young Frenchmen shouted "let the army take over" as they surged through the winding streets, seeking out frightened Moslems in the second day of anti- Moslem rioting. French authorities had moved in extra paratroopers to help protect the 250,000 Arab residents of Algiers, but they were unable to halt the angry mobs immediately. The French were angered at recent bomb outrages, which have taker. 10 lives in Algeria alone in Killed In Illinois EFFING-HAM, 111. (UP)- -Mrs. SOCIETY Business and Professional Women will meet at the city build- Mary L. Martin, 38, Indianapolis, j i ng Wednesday evening at 8 was killed Saturday .night in a' two-car collision on U.S. 40 near here. Six persons were injured in the crash, including John Burns, 48, also of Revis Sutton, 49, Mount demons, | th(j p ast 10 dayS| and inflamed Mich., was killed in a car-truck accident Monday near here just hours after attending commencement exercises at Indiana University where his daughter received a degree. Sutton was when his car collided with a truck on his way home driven by Earl Fleetwood, R.R. 5 Bloomington, on Ind. Fleetwood sustained some broken families at Tallahassee. Perry, southeast of ribs. Button's by such massacres as the slaying of 303 pro-French Moslems at Melouza. The bombings and other attacks on the French were part of the nationalists' drive Cor independence from France in a civil war that is costing France millions of dollars a day. Thompkins of Bloomington, was Ground Observers To Meet Thursday The local Ground Observer Corps will meet at 7 o'clock Thursday evening in the city building, with -Sgt. Jimmy Walker of the Terre Haute filter center in charge- In a recent test alert the Logansport unit of the G. O. C. was commended for its efficiency. Anyone interested in joining the Ground Observer Corps is urged to attend the meeting Thursday. Reckless Homicide Charge Is Filed MONTICELLO, Ind.—A reckless homicide charge was filed Monday In the White circuit court against Richard Keith Horn, 24, of Battle Ground, as a result of the death of Jack Dilts, 35, Brookston farmer, early Sunday. White county Prosecutor Fred Schwanke filed the affidavit. Dilts was fatally injured while pouring gasoline into the tank of his stalled car a quarter of a mile south of Brookston. Horn was passing another car when his own vehicle struck Dilts, who was standing on tho pavement, witnesses said. Now Is The Time To buy that Cadillac you have always wanted. 1946 lo 195G models at prices so low you can't afford nut to buy. Powlen Sales & Serv. Broadway At Third Instant Taste" is gone! daughter, Mrs. Lcona graduated from IU ment exercises. at commence- Discover Local Car Abandoned in Weeds A 1D51 Pontiac automobile' was found abandoned in the weeds along the railroad tracks at 21W Erie avenue by a citizen who BO- tified police. The vehicle was traced through the license plate to Mrs. Marge Strange, of 928 East Market street. She told officers the car had been parked on Tenth street. Several tools, including a ham 1 family. Indianapolis, and of an Elkton, five Va., o'clock. Initiation of new members will be held. -•&- • The WSCS of the Main street Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the' home of Mrs. Jennie Sanders, 509 Grove street. A good attendance is desired. the Commons 266 seats to form a government with a voting majority. John Diefenbsker, 61, the "lone wolf" Tory-leader, confounded the pollsters and brought the Conservatives out of 22 years in the po- liticla wilderness. During that period the Liberals under Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent and former Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King ruled Canada, i usually with a commanding ma-! Jjj jority. . j St. Laurent hurried back to Ot-i tawa today, faced with the deci-j Robert M. Briney, of 1921 East Market street, $6 and costs. James Montie Gaskins, of Kokomo, paid $1 and $14.75 costs on a charge of failure to yield the right of way. There were four cases of public intoxication. Stops Heart Gas 3 Times Faster An tmulno llttlo black tablut ccnulnlng thi fut£t.Htlag (nodlcino known, linking tht country by storm. Thli fnmoui ueli-tni IHDIM "r acYdfadlcwtlon. D ». heartburn, and HUT itomaeh contains no hormful tfruDi, luxatlvei, ""cSlmXftfmM* prov. B,ll.«n.ttb.. l»tt niutrxllio3tlmM « much ilomacli nctdlty lBoiiemlnutB«» many IcminBdlDwtlv* tab tt». Get Bill'Utft today for th» toitwl known nlltf. training officer, from Squadron headquarters in Kokomo. XOTICB OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA) COUNTY OF CASS S IN TUB CASS CIRCUIT COUTIT APRIL TERM, i:)B7. Notlco is heruby • given that Thelma M. Kuever was, on 27th. day of May. 3957, appointed Kxc- cuirix of tho Kslato of Floyd D. Keevor, deceased. All iicrsun.s having 1 c 1 a j m 9 against mild estate, whei.her or not now due, mu.st filo the same In. wald court within six (6) months from tho date of the first publication of this notice or said cliifmv will be forever barred. DaU'd at Lo^iin sport, Indiana, this 27th day nt May, ]'.*n7. 33J,IHAl:fETH BIKKKR Clerk of th« Circuit Court for CHSS County, Indiana CIEORGK L. BRUHA1CER Attorney for EKtato Local Girl Captures Roller Skating Title Jean Liming, 15-year-old Logansport high school student, won the" novice division championship in figure and free style skating at | the U. S. Amateur Roller Skating association state meet Sunday at Noblesville. She received a gold medal for her victory and qualified to compete in the national competition in July at Detroit, Mich. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Liming of 701 Tanguy street, Jean defeated 15 other girls in her division. It was her second straight title. The Logansport girl then skated as her instructor's partner when mer and screw' driver, were miss-! he passed his dancing test for a ing from the auto. I professional rating. DAD WILL APPRECIATE A NEW BILLFOLD Hundreds to choose from in the finest of leathers. $2.50 to $40.00 His name in gold free on each. Timberlakc's Gift Shop Instant Folgers Coffee Can't Park? Richardson's Cleaners will pick up and deliver your dry cleaning at cash and carry prices! Save time, money and energy—phorie today for dry cleaning guaranteed to be the best you've ever hadl (3333 e s you want cost less in a Mercury Monterey ! YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $88 MORE to get a 4-barrel carburetor as standard equipment in any competitive car. And Mercury's Thermo-Matic Carburetor is the only one that controls temperature of air engine breathes. YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $130 MORE to match the Mercury Monterey's brake size in any other car. The Monterey actually has bigger brakes than most of the highest priced cars_212 square inches! YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $1 SO MORE to match Mercury's standard 255 horsepower in any competitive car. And the Monterey's power options offer you either 290 horsepower or a blazing 335 horsepower! YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $200 MORE to get any other car with real dual headlamps. No other car at Monterey's price even offers duals. You can get Quadri-Beam headlamps on all 19 Mercury models. YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $500 MORE to match tha Monterey's standard compression in any competitive car. Its compression ratio of 9.75 to 1 is close to the highest you con get in any cau. YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $1,000 MORE to match the Monterey's hip room and rear seat leg room. Mercury has the biggest size increase in the industry—bigger in every important dimension! YOU HAVE TO PAY OVER $2,000 MORE to match Mercury's width in any other car. You can match it only, in America's three costliest cars-! And no other car at any price offers you Mercury's exclusive Floating Ride, or its Dream-Car Design _ styling shared with no other car! Stop in today. Let us show you all the reasons why the Mercury Monterey in the easiest big car to drive, to ride in, to look at, and to buy. Ifco price companion! ifoled an fcoiod on focloiy uygatlail nlail cW/verod prfcw. BIGGEST VALUE INCREASE IN THE INDUSTRY! The Big M is up in size, in power, in luxury, in everything that counts in a car. But the price is still low—just an easy step up from the low-priced three. MERCURY MONTEREY THE BIG DREAM-CAR DESIGN Don't miss the big television hit, "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW," Sunday Evening, 7:00 to 8:00. Station WISH, Chwuel «. HAVENS MOTORS INC. Market Street at 25th Logansport, Ind. Phone 3507

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