Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 18, 1957 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 18, 1957
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Gunmen Kill Frank Scalise NEW YORK (UP)—Frank Scalise, 55, reputed associate of Frank Costello and other underworld figures, was shot to death Monday as he was leaving ' a fruit . and vegetable store in a teeming Bronx neighborhood. The two gunmen, who tired at least five shots, fled in a waiting sedan double - parked in front of the store. The proprietor of the store, Enrico Mazzaro, from whom Scalise had just purchased 90 cents worth of produce, was held in $100,000 bail as a material witness. Mazzaro said the shooting took place so fast that he was unable to get a good look at the killers. Assistant Bronx District A'.tor-. ney Albert Blinder said the shooting had "all the earmarks" of a gangland slaying. He expressed the belief that the murder was linked with the international narcotics traffic. Federal authorities have suspected Scalise of having been involved in an international dope smuggling ring and of being a leader in an offshoot of the. notorious Mafia. Scalise was a former associate of one - time vice lord Charles (Lucky) Luciano. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. John Ehea, 1710 Clifton avenue, a daughter. Admitted: Harry "Day, B40 Burlington avenue; Miss Frances John- xonbaugh, 117 West Miami avenue; Mrs. Vera Surface, Brin;'- hursl; Ralph Kalinowski, Cedar Lake; Mrs. Viola Mamil. 129'/i Fourth street; Mrs. Muriel }i<m«, 01", East Market .street; Mrs. Catherine Copeland, M2lj College street; Master Nrjrman Newell, route 1, Lucerne: Miss Sharon Smith, route 4; Munson Brewster, Burlington. Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Starkcy and daughter, routo 3: Mrs. lone Fi.scel, 400Ms Wn.st Linden avenue; John Paixo. Walton. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To. Mrs. and Mrs. Richard Myers, Francesville, a daughter. Admitted: John and Thomas Kines, route 2, Walton: baby i'um- cla Sue Orr, 215 Twenty-third street; Fred Uauman. B01 FiartloLl street; Mrs. Laura Mails. Walton; Mrs. Sue Barr. route I, Royal Center. Dismissed: Mnstw Robert T.c<; Gunter, 333 Wheatland avenue; Master Wesley Junes, 4011 Shiilt/ street; William Mills, route 3, Delphi; Mrs. Viola IJu;;h, 1726 Woodlawn avenue; Mrs. Barbara Clary, 5T; West Broadway: Mrs. Francis Cunlcr and daughter, 1M Ku\ Kiv- cr avenue; Mrs. Oscar Gray and daughter, Walton. MISTER BREGER "Next time you try a do-it-yourself paint job on the house, make sure you use WATERPROOF paint!" leverse Conviction }f JohnT. Watkins WASHINGTON (UP) — The Supreme Court today reversed the contempt of Congress conviction of Illinois labor leader John T. Wat- 'tins, who bjjlked at telling House investigators about other people's past Communist activities. The court's 6-1 ruling ordered the contempt indictment dismissed. Chief Justice Earl Warren spoke for the majority, Justice Tom C. Clark dissented. Justices Harold II. Burton and Charles E. Whittaker did not participate. Justice Felix Frankfurter concurred separately in the majority decision. Watkins, 44, a United Automobile Workers organizer from Rock Island, 111., was summoned before the House Un-American Activities Committee on April 29, 1954. KILLED IN MINNESOTA SOUTH BEND (UP) — Lloyd Kellegg, 62, South Bend, died Sunday night in a hospital -at Buffalo, Minn., three days after he was hurt in a traffic accident. The Instant Taste" is gone! ; JjgSSlnstant Folgers Coffee Innocent Victim Of Oakland City Strike to Survive EVANSVILLE fUP) - Remember Julia Ann Russell, the little girl who was shot through the 'head at Oakland City during an industrial strike? '• She's going to be all right, doc- jtors have assured her parents. But I the word came only after four j agonizing months of wondering. Julia Ann'was four months old j Feb. 13 when seven rifie shots ripped through a house trailer in which she slept with her parents, the Ronald Uussells. One of the : slugs tore a hole through her brain. j For weeks, she lay partly par- ialyzed in a hospital crib while j doctors wondered whether the bullet would leave her an invalid for life. Hundreds of detectives and policemen were mobilized to find the person who fired the shot during a violent strike at the Potter & Brumficld Co., Princeton, where her parents worked. The attacker never was found. Meanwhile, the strike ended and Julia Ann's parcnl.1 returned to their jobs at Potter & lirumfiold, where Russell had crossed picket lines to stay at his wrok while many other union members struck. Julia Ann finally has been re- leased from doctor's care with the assurance she will not be paralyzed. The parents were quoted as saying she is now a happy, Wealthy, normal baby. The Russells, meanwhile, have i moved to Bloomington and are living in the same trailer in which the baby was shot. Russell has resumed his studies in business administration at Indiana University and his wife Louedythe is working as a university secretary. OLDEST ALUMNA WKS LAFAYttTTK HJl'i—Mrs. Mary W. McGrath, oldest alumna of S!.. Mary-of-l.hc-Wood.s College, diixl Monday at her home here. She was '.ft. Mrs. Mcf.Irath was graduated in the class of ll!7i). GOT ITI that Truit or Support nnid. Eluilic hotiary All turnout OTC appllanc»t. Busjahn's Drug Store HEATING SYSTEM \MUSTBEPLAK1NED, ,AMD EVERY v ANGLE CHECKED i SCANNED PLUMBING. HEAT ING 4158&ST - GASYPARXING ALaW DON SCHMIDT Jim White ("ire Insurance Ph. 2101 Instant Taste" is gone! OSBORNE'S BARBER SHOP imod Until Kurt her Nutlcn 5IM BATKH ST. .Slr«wl»;rr.y anil Iliiinciniidc ICE CREAM SOCIAL Wednesday, June 19 fl:U« l« K:(K) I'. M. OTTERBEIN E. U. B. CHURCH (if WliRim NO BUG WORRIES THIS SUMMER with ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS & DOORS 3 MAJOR MANUPACTORS B R A N D S TO CHOOSE FRlOM. Expert installation Free Estimates Gladly! PHONE 3666 Junt North On Road 17 Q Instant Folgers Coffee GERANIUMS 'KlK lUlll II|l ['ClUIlllIB, CollMIH. llCllllillK IllflllU for llnwi'r Ixixon 'mil Kiirdcn Ilnrdy Miun«. VnKct^ttilo niul flowrr plnntn, llin brut mid (llxfliiHU rcnlHtuiit varl. (•i\t'.H, Spriiy malcrliiln, SUHI'T'n nnil KnpUl Gr». 1'latit foodn, ticnl IIIIIXN. Markert's Greenhouse ir>2!> I'liMimmt Hill Nil Delivery DOH'T LET TMI WEDNESDAY SPECIALS BREAD l!/4lb. loaf 19c Dlotzon — Wondor — Colonial — Tip Top CUBE STEAK 69c Ib. A Comploto Lino of DIotoHc Foods CANDY - COOKI.ES - FRUITS - JEUY 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPtlES American Ex prom Money Or don At All Timox SMITH'S MARKET 17th and Goorgo St. Phono 3378 Opon Until 10 p. m.—Sundays and Wookday* NEED BOTTLED GAS? for dependable route service on DRI-GAS call TODD'S Ph. 3300 or Ph. 4867 327 E. Market 805 Burlington The 20 Latin American republics cover an area two and one- half times the size of the United States. , Tuesday Evening, June 18, 1957. BUILD? } GIVE YOUR OLD FURN1- I I TURE A NEW LEASE ON ? 1 BEAUTY. * 2 *fc Top Workmanship J ~fa Low Pricei 7 "^ Nice selection or fabnct. i -FREE ESTIMATE- 3 We will recover your present dinette set WALTON UPHOLSTERY SHOP Phone 3733, Walton, Ind. Notice Party is known who received wrong package containing electric drill, etc., at Standard Food Slot* Saturday. Please return immediately. White Rock Fryers Extra Good for Freezing 3V4 to 4V4 Ibs. on foot Floyd Davidson Phone 40710 BUILDINGS PROVIDE MORE SPACE at LOW COST! For your farm and your business, you gain valuable EXTRA space with Cuckler Steel Span Buildings. Easy • to erect. Attractive in appearance. Strong, weatherproof construction. Available in widths of 32', <M', 50', 60' and multiples. Choose your own siding and roofing from our stock. I-t Pays -to Finn with Your Stool Span maul Call or stop in TODAY. Boforo you buy ony building, polo or otherwise lot u* givo you o Froo Estimoto on those CucMer Steel- Span Buildings. You will bo proud to own on« of thoso buildings. We Can Sova You V $ $ $ $ $ FANSLER LUMBER CO. "On« Stop Bullliors Sorvlco" Roth..lor, Ind, Phono CA 3-2151 Introducing lh« A«*v«ne«-«r»Bln««r«c* Compl*.* Uln« «* MMW Horn* *ppll«no<s».*r^ curtoB yowr avpon- licm program. A S*rcwi-S*c« budding it available m the s«« required to tU yovr •noct "^ DOWM •ALANCI ON TIOIH Vf TO » YMIt. WAYNE MYERS STEEl BUILDING SALPS, INC. O, Box 355 lo(|«iupoit, Ind. Dial J397 MOOSE Grand Opening and Guest Night WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th Dancing and Entertainment 7:00p. m.-l :00 a. m. Every member bring a guest and see our new home. WANT OUT OF DEBT? let Credit Counselors arrange to get you out of debt on payments you can afford. REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH YOU OWE. No Security or Endorsers Needed- One and Only One Place to Pay. CREDIT COUNSELORS OF LOGANSPORT Op on Duily 9 to 5, Except Wfti< and Sat. till On*. Dl Bam it Buildma Phona 2750 BUILD!NG- AND COURTEOUS - EFFICIENT Call Us Home Improvement Loans Can Be Arranged WM. P. LONER & SONS, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 900-22nd Sf. Phono 3138 AUTOMATIC WASHER! with "Top-of-the Line" MATURES * 2-CYCUE WASHIHG ACTION NEW BIIIIT-IN IIMT flLTER 3 AUTOMATIC WATIR LiVILS You o«t 2 wcuhlng cyclot Unload of on«. You tlmply 10) dial for normal wa»h- Ing cycle or for d»llcal» fabric cycl*. . Lint Fllt«r l» BUILT-IN ou» of your way; It flllo" both wa»h and rln»« wal«r lull »lmo, ovon wh«n water lovul U low. ATTENTION FARMERS! ORDER NOW USE IT TO COVER • Silot ect. Order your Behlen Corn Crib before Price Increase in July Wayne Myers Steel Bldg. Sales Inc. 1 Mi. N. on Old Royal Cantor Piko Dial 2397 THAT SUPCRIOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxygen Equipped Phone 3355 ^*-ls &J9.951A HOW OHIY a l ue """> MATCHING DRYER AVAILABLE RIGULAR VALUI $349.95-NOW ONLY f19I.IS wlrii trad»-bi BARNETTS BARGAIN BARN 416 S. Third Phon. 2821 Dear Madam:- If llio Hoat gots you down and you'd ralhor stay homo—tlioco's no nood to nl drasjad and go ihop In >un. CALL US FOR FINE FOODS CHOICE MEATS FlfPSH FRUITS and VEGETABLES ICE CREAM & TASTY BAKERY ITEMS Phone 4710 For Free Delivery On Ordort of $3 or more. (Sorry — Eailond Only) HALLS FOOD SHOP 19th & Broadway

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