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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBKAKi Wednesday Evening, June 19, 1957. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1—Opcnlnga* 5—Knocks 3—Once around track 12—Competent 13—Great Lake 11—Number {5—Vegetable IE—Worship 18— A cknowledsT*- mcnt !0—Arabian 8»aport !1—Product of Inflammation 13—Rubber on pencil 15—Period of time If,—Beast of burden 11— Country ot Anla II—Related on father's Kid* 33—Scratch J4—River of for«etfulnes» 35—Edible aeed Ufi—Meadow 37—Whirlpools 39—Total 40—Greek letter 43—Notch 45—Proof 47—Asnistant CO—Turf 61—That which matures 62—Ar;hq 51—Golf mound M—Rocky hflln 1C—Winter vehicle DOWN 1—Idle talk Four Bandits Loot Home of Opera Singer Robbers Escape With S175,- 000 in Cash, Jewels and Furs in Raid On Lauritz Melchior Estate HOLLYWOOD. (UP) — Four armed bandits forced their way into the home of Lauritz Melchior late Tuesday night and robbed the opera star and his family of $175,000 in cash, jewels and furs, police reported. Detectives said the bandits tied up Melchior and his wife, Maria, before fleeing from the swank home on Mulholland Drive. Officers said the Mclchiors were uninjured. Officers said the men wore slocking masks. They said the bandits ordered Melchior to turn over all the ct.sh he had in the home in addition to the Jewels and his wife's fur coat. Melchior told police the bandits were "real courteous and gentlemanly." He said they forced him to open a safe containing the • .^....^,_......- ui jewels and $300 in cash. ! ' ___ Sgl. William Vowles said the;—four men rang the doorbell and a;Alice Ferrier of Delphi, and Rick- rnaid answered. He said then theyj,,y Scckamp of Rossville, have Answer to Yesterday's Puzzh 2—Man'n nicknam* 3— Amlalile 1— Place* B—Opposite 6—Piacc.H tor combat 7—J.inuld me&sur* (pl.t 8—Obsorv* !)—Jlurdpn 30—Poker »tak« 11—Joint oJ huminnr 17—More iinlisnaJ 19—Occupying a (•hair Zl—Toll 1:2—TOncouraff* 24—EnL'loHfl In fc liox 28—Mnprnlflr-ont 29—Imitated :io—Conduct 32—In tl;e forr: front n.1—SOWCTM SS—Nip wllh pltars 38—Wild ilciK ot Amitralla 40—ChrilcPHt HI—f.'ry of Ttacclmnalu 42— Illmi nnd fall of ocean *4—.^hnrt. fllecpii 4(1—novom- 4H—Kxii'ri) 49—li'hllin forced the maid to ring the door-' |, ecn dismissed from St. Elizabeth bell and this time Melchior came; hospital. lo the door. , i Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of Vowles said the men pulled a'Delphi are the parents of a daugh- j ter born al St. Elizabeth hospital on Tuesday, June 11, The mother the men pulled a gun on Melehinr and forced him and the maid into the living room where Mrs. Melchior w&s reading. The men al.sn hustled the Melchior'.s cook into the room and quickly P ut the loot into d bag after ordering the- singer to open the safe. and daughter were dismissed from the hospital last weekend. Mr.s. Gerald ClawHon, chairman of the hostess committee for the Claude Eobinson and daughter Beth Ann of south of Delphi were Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Hivcly and daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Hut/ler and daughters Lindy and Kathy of South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Luther McCain, Robert McCain, Miss Catherine McCain, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCain, sons Douglas, Dan and David and Mrs. Mary Amm spent Sunday at llobarl. with Mr. nnd Flora Miss Sharon Garrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Garrison, southeast of here, 1 has accepted a position with the E. E. Landis Co. during the vacation from Ball State Teachers College- Miss Jane Adams, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Adams, has also accepted a position during her vacation from Indiana university. She will work for the Loeb store at Lafayette. Mrs. Glae Cook, of Lake Alfred, Fla., is expected to arrive June 18 for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Joe Cline, and other relatives here. Neighbors who helped Joe Slate finish his Bruce Milburn, ser. Roy Cline, corn planting were Robert Overhol- Russell Barnard, Earl Lybrook, Jack Johnson Paul Wolf, Ralph and Bob Toler. Miss Linda Dyson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dyson, west of Bringhurst, be craft supervisor of the summer recrea lion program in the ten city parks of Kokomo. She is a teacher in that city- Mae Eikcnberry, recently of Edinburg, Tex. has moved into country home of Mrs. Fred Hood, east of Flora. Sandra is the bride- elect of Gordon McCain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCain, near Flora. .Mrs. Herbert Nelson was- assistant hostess. Guests included the honored guest, her mother and sisters, Mrs. Marion Cook Sonia and Sharon Cook; Mrs. Fred McCain, Miss Nancy Crook, Mrs. Gary Langston, Mrs. Don Brower, Mrs. Kaye Bass, Mrs. Dale Eller, Mrs. John Allbaugh, Mrs. Dean Sanderson, Mrs. James Archibald, Mrs. Carl Martin, Mrs- Lawrence Douglas, Mrs. Daniel Caldwell, Mrs- Bill Nelson, Miss Margaret Mabbitt, and Mrs. Dean Thompson. The bus that will take youth ot the community to Frankfort for swimming will leave at 12:30 from, the Community the property on West Columbia . j.June mecliiiH of the Delphi Wo-. Mrs. Clyde Ilobbins nnd son Jon, The 67-year-old Melchior came to Hollywood in years as a farncf afler 25 man's club announces thai the luncheon will be held at the Masonic Temple, Friday, .lunc 2fi, at Metropolitan j \'i:V> p.m. Mrs. George Muehlhaus- Opcra Ktar. lie appeared in sev-jen of Logan.sport will have as her 1 - •-- subject "Education in Ceramics." era! motion pictures, co-starring with such actresses a.s Knthryn <;r.-iyson, June Allyson and Esther Williams. Delphi Mr. ar.fl Mrs. Ross Wiiav(-r i-.n- t(:rtaincd at n family dinner Sunday in honor of their son, Joe, who rcturnwl )iinni: hum Korea a •week iiv.it. On Monday Jric entered Uiarhws cnllcjjR al Tern- llauli:. Among thi' .'ill prcs'-Til for I lie din- n Miss (,'nnnie Kiesling will sing. Mrs, Wade Karr is scheduled to furnish dinner music. Committee inf!riibf:rs are: Mcsdames Gearold Clawson, Dak- Maxwell, VariNaltn, Henry Kalon, Robert W. l'ow<;ri, C. C. Crampl'in, and Misses Mary Davir-s and Hilda Bowcn. Members of tliu Women's club have boon invited to attend the (juwitcrx meeting at the RKMC auditorium on Wednesday evening, June Zfi. The invllalion was sent to Ihe iiccrulary, Mrs. Ollie Limp. w.r Sunday wen: Mr. anil Mrs. "Mainard W';avr:r and sun, Stcvic. Mr. and Mrs. Mmer Wi::iv«r and sun, David, of Kaliunazoo, Mich.;.. am) Mrs. llarvpy Weaver ;inrli'"«'"•• Ml ' s - Ncul, n teacher at Mrs. Il.-irold Ned of Norfolk, Va.. will arrive Thursday, to visit with her mother, Mr.s. .1. D. Klcp- former local residents. Sunday guests of Miss Mary Davids were her cousins, Mr. and Mr.s. Everett Shinklc of Hichmond and Mr. and Mrs. Albert llawley of Dayton, 0. The annual reunion of the Char(i. Sunday, /ilack family June 10 at the I'.nme of Cbarlcs Black Jr.. south of Delphi. All isight children of the family were present witii their families including their married children and families. Those corning from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Jou niack (if Danville. III.. Mr. and Mr.s, Clarence Goodall, Wayne Goudal! and Mr.s, Hattic Goodall of Allerton. 111., Mrs. James Thomas of Hockville, Ind., Mr. and Mr.s. Kvc.-1'ol.l UoWilt. and son* of street that she bought from the Cora Wise heirs. Mary Ellin Lee, daughter of Wayne Lee, of Camclen and the late Wilaclian Lee, formerly of Flora, was graduated from Indiana Teacher's College al Torre Haute this month and will teach second grade in the Elkhart school next year. One or two mothers will assist Mrs. Paul Blocher each Tuesday and Friday with the girls' recrea- liim program at Community Park. Mrs. Jean Smith was a recent assistant. Flora's Fire Department was represented al the Indiana Volunteer Firemen's Assn. annual convention liclcl al Minister, by Chief Charles E. Stnu.se, A:;sisl.ant Chief Ttay E. Cook, and fireman Robert Sines. A. N. iPele) Denton, of here, district chairman, was elected state organizer and was sworn in at the banquet held on Friday evening. Marlon S- Cook, a former salesman for llii! Mann Chevrolet, is now a special representative of Ihe Farm and Home Insurance Company of Indianapolis. Mrs. D. P. Wiiliams of Wednesday Building. Fred IT. Wheeler, Plymouth and DeSoto dealer, joined his brother- in-law in the Buick-Chevi'olet agency about 40 years ago. The U and I club met in the home of the new president, Mrs. Romclla Voorhees, with 10 mem. bers present. Mrs. Voorhees explained the program for the coming year and named committees. Mrs. Florence Porter reviewed the book, "BiDy Graham, The Personal Story of a Man," by Stanley High. Marl ha Northcull Pally and Joe C. have been appointed transport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre« True Life Adventures A THRILL. FOR UUN1OR HIPPO TAKES HER FOR AN UWPEKWWER AWENTLKE.HUKI6EW £KOC0C>IL-£S ' WAT£H cSKEECTU-y BUT WHILE JUNIOR \S OM MOTHERS BACK THE"-/ VarfT PAKE TO MAKE HO6TIL.E (3ESTUKES. Newman, I , and Mrs. Ann Fraiv.or Mr. son, Dnugl'iN, of Dowagiac, Mii-h.: Mr. and Mrs. flrnvcr Mirdli-y and rhilclrirn,' Kan:n. Tim and firovcr .Jr., ol Yi!0innn: Mr. and Mrs. William Galhrc'.b, Alan J. and Jam: Ann of West. Lafayette; Mr. and Mn. Floyd Jon'-fi, Oary I.<•.<:, Lloyd ami Ji.-ffy, Mr, and Mr;:, Jack Schilling, Mark and Ja(.T|m:l- in<: of Delphi. Mr, atirl Mrs. John Hiir-klc and 'Mr;;. Henry Abirl.i of .Springfield, III., miiw Friday for a weekend vi:iil wiUi their niiiter, Mr. 1 :. Abm-r II. Ilnweii and Mrs. IJiiwcn. Other l'.nw;tn wt'ru Mr/j. .lnni/'H ^'nki-'i nnd daugblera, Wendy and (,'ynlliia, on Friday. On Saturday, Mr. and Mra. Howard llagenian and family of ChejiLorton cam*: to join tlie and daughter of near Miincie, Ind. Norfolk, has been sclecteii'lo'teach 11 1 "™.T?'<'„' M " rC!tu " L L " (!fljoy in a T. V. workshop, starling July !:;!, for three staloH of tin: Union. Her solionl closed Tuesday. L. f, Anderson, local printer, has been confined to hlH home on Lake Freeman week. with a cold this !be basket dinner. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Wilson and Mr, and Mrs. Karl Sweet and rltiughler, Suzanne, drove to Greenfield Sunday In allcml Ihe reunion of the II. H. Wilson Sr. family. mother of Mrs-. Ralph Pearson, is reported to be critically ill. Paul Kirkpal.rick, of south of who Kpeciali/es in selling popcorn, do- co-cxeculors o. r the estnto of their mother, the Late Blanche A. Northcutt. Myrtle ,/• Slate has been appointed administratrix of. Hie estate of Pearl A. Slate, deceased. Hecent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ktins, norl.liea.Hl of Flora, were their daughters, Mr.s. Marlin Marklcy and Mrs. Kenneth Markley. IHIS- bands and fnmilics- of Haldwin City, Kan. They attended Ihe German Baptist conference held In the area. JTcv. and Mrs. llarlan Smith i and daughter Maurinc, lormerly of Flora now of Milford, were recent Kiiests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Splllcr, cast of Brim{hurst. Accompanied hy M.r. and Mrs. Spitlei* and Mr.s. Lloyd they attended commencc- her daughter, Mrs. Martha Peterson, west of Bringlmrsl, for several days, returned home Saturday. i flobcrl Flora. Siriilh, nnlecl ni popcorn (1,000 h pure peanut oil SO pounds of igs), a gallon of nnd salt to the firi'enficld where il. wa.'i cool and !i Kooilly ninnbiir of Wilson nlei'CH ind ncphirwa of II. II. WILson, Jr., nnil Ilieir r.-imilles •„,. (I,,, occasion. Mr.",. Hoyd Wlckinan. Hie group lor overnight and Sunday, Mr. Hnckelji, who haM an inwiranec j agency In Springfield, wn« aiixinim lo v.Hl borne Monday uflw the damage caused by (he tornado mid rain :ilorm which bit Springfield Friday afternoon cau.'iing Hindi damage lo properly covered by Mm. Margaret Limp drove lo Oawford.'fville Sunday lo ronlael (be highway biraiiUflcatlon department. Shi; w;m an.'iiircd that the committee on beaut iflcat ion could nociire all the .small evergreen)! nnd low growing junlpcrii they wanted for roadiilde bcaiililleallon la thin vicinity. Mr:i. Limpii commlllei! on Ihe Community ConleiJ. mi;L at tlm library Friday evening and voted to enter tin; pimtiMil 11:1 outlined liy Mrn. U. Ii. Stewart, nl. Ihe May brcakfiiiit. mei-ling of the Women 1 !; club at Ihe Purdue Union building. Meeting with Mm. I.Imp wen; Mr.i. II. 11. Waybill, Mr.i. Marlon Mo.yer and Mrn. L. II. Sinllli. Mr-i. Marion Moycr will drive tn Ml. I'linr'.Hiil. Midi., Moaday when 1 nhi! will join her daughliT, 'Mrs. Howard Uncoil and children for n train trip In (,'urnmido. Calif., whnm they will upend the aum- iner. Mr. and Mn:. Itnben McQueen, of .11(1 KiiBl Main nlreel, Imvr turned liiimi' from ji Irlp Lo Chut- iiinonga, Tenn. They vmiled Lookout Ml., Ihe Hoi-milage near Naiili- vlllc, toiii'i'il Iti-nlndiy nnd returned liiiini! by Na.'ihville, Ind., where they vi.'iiled friends and the art colony. MI'M. Vcrnon Salcx and daughter, Tlonilii Sue. liavn been brouglil home from St. Elizabeth ho.ipilal Tim liifnnt weighed iievcn pound; lind three onnecfl. Mr. and Mm. .Joe Slnrkey »f near Deer Creek are the parent! of it daughter horn lit Memorla hospital. The molhcr l.i the foriin-i LriuniiiK! llauiui of Jeffei'Mm town «hlp. William Humphrey of Mini Mali •tri'i't, who hi employed at. (iloln Valve plant, linn been broiigh home from the Home hospital ful lowing mu'gery. He will be eon lined lo lib: home for n while, lienn Willy of (,'iimdcn, Mar; Kli/aliulli Snviek with her two children liilly and JenniKi, of llowini, Iowa, are .spitmlinK n two Mr. Wll.'ion, thi! youngest »f Ihe Mies Helen Clifford, daughter of f"mlly wa.s Ilin nnly remaining Mr. and Mrs. .Jamcx Clifford of member of the immediate family Delphi, who has been leaching al | present. The reunion was held lit Dearborn, Mich., left. Friday fi.rMhe Legion Memorial building I'.onlder, (.Mil,, with other Michigan leaehcrs, where they will attend ;<iimmer m.'hool at the Uni- vor.'JIy ot (,'olonnlo. I'.ecky Lamb, Margaret Lee, Alice lierninger and Sura Vnuglian are In lilooiningl.on visiting relative:: of Ml,'i« Lee and attending :iir»i>loii» of Ihe Indiana AiiKcmbly of Rainbow for (llrls. Mr:i. luabello Itinehurt linum i-;il.i:iialnwJ rvcimlly In honor ol Mrs. (iriiuii Hurley Colladny of I'liiladnlphla who WMK a house guest of her Muter Mrn. Luther McCain. Other guc'iln were Mn:. McCain, Mrs. II. II. Wilmm, Mrs. Fred C. Smith, and Mrn. Nellie Humhtoii. Mn:. Claude ftoblimon and Mm. 1ary lilomllmrl of Hie Specialty iop wen; In liullanapolin Innt. eel'. »tti;n!llng tin; nliowlni; of fall ii.ililonn lit Ihe (Jliiypnol holel. Sunilay gue;it,i of Mr. and Mm. BADMINTON SETS Irom . $3.98 SPORTLAND SIS Broadway Ph. 7310 Little Leaijui! to hel|) delray eim- slriiutioii costs and the piirehnm'. (il n new popper. Corn iinil pop will lie .will from tin. 1 newly own- Htriitl.ed Ktainl nl. llns hull pnrk. Sinllli Oinslriielion coinpnny iloniiled ciiou(;h lint-mix asphalt lo pave Hie limlde of the build- I»K and a Kiniiil area arounrl l.he InilldliiK. 'l'h« mix wan hnnled hy the Cai'roll County Highway ilc- finrl/iKMil. A hrldiil .shiiwer Imnnrliu! Mls« Sandra Cnok wan held in Ihe mcnl exercises at Indinr.a University, where their .son Unyrl received a degree. Kn route homo Uicy wore dinner wests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jordan, in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brapor and Mr. n nd Mrs. Trent nnd family are on n vi.slt wk.h the fnrmer cotiplo'.s fliniKhUT and' hn.sband, Mr. mid Mr.s. Wullncu Werrol nnd family, In Monrovia, Ciillf., mid Mrs, lllyl.he Lyon and son, Cleno and wifn, Mr. mid Mra, n.nbeii Sinn and Mr.s. I'". ,1. BoKardus, Lafnyetlo, and Mrs, V. K. ItoKnrduH, ICvniis- Inii, 111., recently viHil.cd t.lutir H'IX- tor, Mr.s. .loc Norlhcul.1, hii.sbnml and fiunily. Mrs. K. f. llnjiar- pnr- eniH, Kr. and Mrs. Will C, Kinuck, On Tue.sday Mrs. Wlekinaii enler- were present;tabled at. a lovely luncheon urn j for former seJioofimile.s here former the home of her parenls. Part nl thi iifleriinoii wan spent In reml- Mrs. Wlrknuin and chil- . dren will ri'i.urn liiinif: today. du.s June en Ted spending n few days here. WSCS will. meet. III In the huir.u of Mrs. Ow- Ml Mrown, assistant) roiinly nl will be jll .summer school the lli'.lver.sll.y of Wisconsin, Keith Mrs. Wilson 'K K1A William at •Ini.s been slaying in the I.s employed filore. nowerman, who THE WINNER. of Iho Stoolmon Porlnblo Hi-Fi not in our Purll-an Day conlosl was Hoy Slaughtor, 2122 North Strool. 409 f. Broadway Dial 4166 Logansport Ladies . . . 44IH44I4444444 . . . are paying bills the easy, economical way with E, Z. checks. Only lOc per check— no minimum balance required. Open your E. Z. checking ac-> count now. NATIONAL BANK Broadway at Fourth Phon. 4137 The Interest We Pay on Savings Is the Highest Paid by Any INSURED BANK in Indiana and It's GUARANTEED! M»mb«r F*d«rat Deposit Iniuranc* Corp. Structural Steel Mcrvis Steel Co., Kokomo Phono 4121 Andrea I>»riji Survivor Drowns TROY, N.Y. (UP) — Louis Mos- catcllo, 23, Troy, who survived Uio kinK of Ihe Andrea Doria last ye;ir, drowned Sunday in Snydcr's Luke. Boston's "Old Bastille" Finally Gets the Ax BOSTON — Chariestown State Prison, called "the Old Bastille" by the public and unprintable names by the inmates, lasted 152 years—decades after it was condemned as unfit for human habitation. The prison began its career in 1805 when 32 inmates were transferred from Fort Independence in Boston Harbor, now a museum. Some 35,000 prisoners later the Chariestown penitentiary was abandoned in favor of a modern prison in suburban Walpole-. The Chariestown prison was do- signed originally by Charles Bui- finch, an architect better known for the Massachusetts Slat* House. Six: years after the Cliarlestown prison was condemned in 1880 as unfit it was redesignated as a "modern," maximum-security institution. The last convict was moved out a few months ago and demolition began immediately to make way for a new highway. HONEYMOON CAR IHT BRAZIL, (UP)—Four hours after their marriage, Head The Classified Ads Ro/,well Kinnt'y Mr. and Mrs. of Indianapolis turned off a highway into a motel driveway on their honeymoon. Their car was hit by another and (be Kinncy car, still dangling tin cans from its rear bumper, wat lowed to a garage for repairs. everyone s buzzin'... "T I I about those new EXTENSIONS IN COLOR! 8 lovely colms, your favorite among llicm. Cost it low. So nlop bii'/.'/.in', cuiiHiii...order tluoiijjh our iiuuincau Ollicc today. GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. 409-M5 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 SPECIAL PURCHASE FOR ELECTRONIC DISCOUNT DAYS! MOUT ON JACKETS Your cliciiK.c to sovc on beau ri fnl /'/I" Moiilon- . > I / •! n-»I v I r-\ e - 1 * / 1 I i • ._ I t \ \V\t\\, F* '. \ Jackets — lo iruir.c you slop out in slylo this lull. Roll collar, :,lim back, large cuff. 5i?.(js 8-16. Sii«rl»lly priced lit <tAO ICC 4>U7.OJ pliiK tax (U»o Our JiuilRut Account) Heiiioinlutr, during Mice I runic Discount Onyn, you can also mivo on niiy of <lic o^hor fine turn in niir stock! GOLDEN RULI COAT SAI.ON SECOND FLOOR DIAL 416* LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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