Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 17, 1957 · Page 18
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 17, 1957
Page 18
Start Free Trial

Two Logaiisport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Girard Booed Upon Arrival SAN FRANCIlJCO (UP) — Pvt. William S. Gir.-rd was booed by fellow soldiers and by onlookers Monday when he arrived home from Japan where he was found guilty of killing a Japanese woman scavenger on a U.S firing range. The 22-year-old Ottawa, 111., soldier and his Japanese wife, the former Haru (Candy) Sueyama, 30, were en route today to Illinois where Girard will be discharged from the Army. . As he followed his .wife down !-the gangplank of the Navy transport Anderson, 600'soldiers aboard ; the ship arid 75 onlookers 0:1 the • pier sent up a chorus of boos. • . He spoke briefly to newsmen, . saying he thought the Japanese court that convicted him gave him ; « "fair trial." • ' Girard then boarded the Santa . Fe Chief for Chicago. He is going .• to Ft. Sheridan for discharge on ' Jan. 27. Then he and his wif=> will .-Jive on an Illinois farm. ;-_His arrest touched off international repercussions. Japan de;-mantled the. right to try him. Many Americans demanded that an Army court martial try him. The U.S. Supreme Court at last decided Japan had jurisdiction. -VOTICE OV ADMINISTRATION .. STATE OP INDIANA ) )SS: - COUNTY OP CASS ) COURT R - Xotlce Is hereby erlven that Will- Jam L Kraut was. on 5th day of . December, 19S7. appointed Execu- . -tor of the Last Will and Testament .--of Dora Kraut, deceased. All persons having claims a. palnst such estate, whether or not .-•now due, must file the same In . sala court within six (6) months , -from the date of the first publlca- . Tion of this notice or said claims •wl'il be forever barred. , Dated at Losansport, Indiana, this 6th day of December, 1957. Elizabeth Bleker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana . Norman I/. Kiesllnsr Attorney for Estate 10-17-24 Deaths In News By UNITED PRESS NEW YORK — Ann Giliis, 44, radio and television producer who supervised President Franklin D. Roosevelt's fireside chats, died at her home Monday after a long illness. In private life, Miss Giliis •was the wife of newspaper columnist Bill Slocum. KEAR'NY, N.J. — Col. Harold R. Smith, 63, field director of the Salvation Army's eastern territory, died at his home Sunday night. NEW YORK — Funeral services were held here Monday for Charles S. McCain, 73, internationally known banker who died here last Friday. McCain was former president and chairman of the board of the Chase National Bank, now the Chase Manhattan Bank, and former president of the investment banking firm of Dillon Reed & Co. He was a native of Pine Bluff, Ark. Scout Group Meeting Set on Wednesday Forty-four Scouts, Explorers and their parents will meet'at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Logansport Baptist Temple for a Jamboree Reunion. Ralph L. Tucker, Three Savers Council V;ce President and Jamboree Promotion Chairman, said this 'is the first opportunity that the Three Rivers Council delegation to the Fourth National Jam- oree, held last July, have to get Jgether in a group to share their xperiences. The local Scouts were part of 52,280 Scouts and leaders ho attended this event. The official Jamboree movie, Banners Over Valley Forge," •ill be shown. 1 A souvenir Jambo- NEW YORK — Dr. Helene Eliasberg, 67, who discovered epi- tuberculosis in 1920, died at New York Hospital Monday after a long illness. She was a pediatri- •cian. ST. LOUTS — Former Rep. -Leonidas Dyer, 86, author of the 1919 act barring interstate transportation of stolen cars, died Monday. He served 11 years in Congress up to 1933. >OTICE Or ADMINISTRATION STATE OP INT5IA.NA) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER TERM, 1957. Notice is hereby siven that Eob- ort "W. Barr "was, on 16th day of December, 1957, appointed Executor at the Estate ol Emma Man-, ders, deceased. All persons having claims a- Balnst said estate, whether or not now due. must file the same In said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Logunsport. Indiana, this 16th day of December, 1957. Elizabeth Bicker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Robert S. Justice Attorney for Estate P.T. Doc. 17-24-31 ADD AN AARDVABK NEW YORK (UP)—A new addition to New York nightlife is the aardvark. The aardvark, a native of Kenya, Africa, is a snout-nosed big-earred- animal which prefers to do his prowling at night. One o. the species has been added to the Bronx Zoo collection. • LEGAL KOTICE The undersigned will sell .. Public Auction to tho highest'bid- der for cash one 1D54 Plymouth, Serial No. 13638-121, Motor No P25-187410, at Hone Luxem Co Inc., Ijopansport, Indiana, on December 23, 1957, at 10 a.m. taken under terms of conditional sale. The undersigned reserves the rip-ht to bid at this sale. COMMERCIAL CREDIT CORP. by G. Mesaros—Unit Manager MONEY For the Holidays Extra-fast service at this season of the year, to accommodate holiday shoppers* Payments may be stretched over a long or short period. FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Open Wednesday 'til 5:00 P. M. loans Up to $500 O. A.C. . CORPORATIO 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company loganiport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5!0t Office Hours: Doily 9-5; Wednesday & Saturday M*_ N KRESGE'S Christmas Special! Ladies Holiday DRESSES Special At .•n*j& . a •: • ST: *." Reg. $2.98 and $2.79 BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS TO YOUR FRIENDS OR FOR YOURSELF I s OPEN THURSDAY FRI. & SAT. NIGHTS UNTIL 9 I % 422 E. Broadway ree booklet will be distributed to each participant and an opportunity will be given to each Scout to show the pictures that were taken at the Jamboree. Warren Holm, Scout Executive, said a refund will be distributed to each participant because of the economics experienced in the Jamboree planning. Leaders of the Three Rivers Council at the Jamboree included Donald Files and Ernest Shearer of Winamac and George Hosier of Walton. MONKEY VS. MAN . CHICAGO (UP)— J. J. Shaffer, the director of the Chicago Anti- Cruelty Society, explained Monday why he sent three men to capture a monkey loose in a felt factory. "You can't match one man against one monkey," Shaffer said. "The man will be outsmarted every time." FOR MEN WHO MEASURE TIME PRECISELY O OMEGA For executives, doctors, engineers...for all men whose valuable time must be measured with unfailing accuracy ... we recommend the Omega Constellation self-winding chronometer. This superb timepiece commemorates over 100 years of Omega achievement, culminating in the distinguished award of the Olympic Cross. Omega has been official timekeeper of the Olympic Games for 25 years. Nothing we could say about Omega speaks so well as this exclusive recognition from nations of the entire world. No other watch has ever been so honored. Self-winding, sjioclc-rcsistant, tho Omega Constellation is sold with a Registered Official Rating Certificate, 1SK ffold case, hand applied 18K gold raised hour' marks; sweep second hand; in handsome presentation case, $1*50, Same model in 18K gold water-resistant casa, $!JOO, Other Constellation Chronometers from $275. Other Omega Watches for man and women from 571-50, Federal tax Included Tuumlw, ON MARKET STREET WHERE QUALITY REIGNS SUPREME The Most Treasured Gifts Come From The "Your Christmas Store" the girl in your life likes to choose for herself just buy a gift certificate and present it in a miniature Air Step carton containing a small plastic shoe. All she does is exchange trie certificate for the Air Steps of her choice. it's fun for her-jtmd easy for you. SHOE SALON-HIRST FLOO'R OPEN MONDAYS-SHOP: Moru-Thurs. 9-5, Fri. & Sat. 9-9 Tuesday Evening, December 17, I9SF. The Most Treasured Gifts Come from the Golden Rule OPEN MONDAYS SHOP Mon. Thurs. 9-5 Fri. and Sat. 9—9 Lounge Chairs From 104.50 Rousseau Rockers in Ebony or Maple From 39.95 Plate Glass Mirrors From 23.95 Table Lamps From 18.00 Decorative Sofa Pillows Foam rubber, removable covers 3.95 Vanity Seats From 12.95 Mahogany Kneehole Desk From 89.95 Teak, Maple, Mahogany, Cherry Occasional Tables From 39.93 Mahogany, Extension Drop-Leaf Tables 109.50 Card Tables, From 5.95 Chairs to Match FURNITURE DEPT. - THIRD FLOOR

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free