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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 5, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, November 5, 1957. FARMER SEES "SAUCER" Hoosier Woman Reports Flying Object Sighted COVINGTON (UP)—Mrs. Robert Moudp, Covington, said today her husband recently saw a mps- terious flying object, similar to the one sighted over Texas Sunday while he was running a corn- feet long with a ball of fire in the center." She said'her husband soptted it while working in a field near Fester. She said her husband.does a lot of flying and he believed the bine in a bean field, object was around 15-thousand feet She said her husband sighted up in the' air. • the object Oct. 14 and immediat- Mrs. Moudy said the object gave ely reported it to the Civil De- off a "piercing, screaming noise fense Office here. B^t she said like a screeching tire," Mrs. she and her husband did not report the sighting publicily for fear of ridicule. Mrs. Moutly said the object was "flat, oval-shaped and about 200 Moudy said. She said the motor of the combine mysteriously • quit running when the object was overhead and started again when it disappeared. RAP WESTERN STAND Russia Is Withdrawing From U-N- Arms Group UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (UP) —Russia announced Monday it is withdrawing from the United Nations Disarmament Commission and its five-power subcommittee because the Western stand Former Logansport 1 Mem Succumbs In Illinois; Loren Lowe, 51. Rock Island, III., a native and former resident of Logansport, died at Rock Island i following an illness of one year, makes future arms negotiations Soviet Foreign Minister Vasily i according "to word" received "here | ti mes and is V. Kuznetsov told the General by Ms sister , Mrs. Garnet Smith, his Friday Assembly's 82 - nation political! C1 - ty- ' tms * naay ' committee attempts to use the' Jail Peru Man For Assaults On Daughter PERU, Ind.—Ray Warren, 37, Peru, convicted last December of sodomy, is held in the Miami county jail under $20,000 bond on three charges of assault and battery on his daughter, and one of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was jailed Friday after investigation of a complaint from neighbors that Warren was mistreating his daughter revealed that the girl bore marks which she said were caused by a strap used on her by her father. Further .questioning Monday by Peru police and Prosecutor Walter Bixler led to statements by the girl that she was afraid of her father and that he had attempted to molest her three different times. She was quoted as saying she locked the bathroom door once to prevent him from entering, and stacked chairs against her bedroom doo rto keep him out on two other occasions. Warren was sentenced to two to 14 years in the state prison and fined $100 on his conviction of sodomy on a grand jury indictment last December, an dhis attorney, Richard Rhodes, filed a motion for a new trial. Hearing on the motion has been continued several now scheduled for FIREMAN RETIRES The indictment was the result of A former employe of the KLK being named in 1955 by Flora Max- lt 0b mrirerr^or SinpS ro^\Uv: ! Man U facturing Co. here, _he left ine Barnett, 24, a niece by mar- work have been exhausted;"' He J? 1S said Russia "does not see any • rne two years ago He was sense in further participation." U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge said the West' hoped Kuznetsov's declaration "is just a passing thought and that wiser counsels will prevail." "We do not believe that any nation seriously wishes to send for all future time before the world and before history as the nation future time before the world and before history as the nation which broke up and ended humanity's efforts to achieve disarmament," he 'said. Kuznetsov's son of Samuel (Galloway) Lowe. Survivors are a son, ar;d Lovie Samuel; three grandchildren; a brother, Jesse of Long Beach, Calif.; and the sister here. Funeral services will be held at Rock Island at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Two Cars Damaged On Spencer Street . Cars driven by Wanda Lucille Williamson, 57, of 519 Fifteenth street, and Buddy Ball, 16, of 627 North street, were damaged in a riage, as the father of her four sons, three of which she confessed strangling with a cord immediately after their birth and burning on a trash pile. She is serving a life sentence in the state women's prison for second degree murder as a result of the babies' deathes. TV INSTALLERS BURNED BRAZIL (UP)—Jack Frye, . 23, and John Lowman, 26, were Fire Cliief Richard Eisert (left) extends best wishes to Herman Klesling who has retired from the Logansport lire department after serving for 28 years. of 116 retired M. J. Arnold Retires From Railroading Mason J. Arnold, 68, Humphrey street, has from the Pennsylvania Railroad 1 after 47 years of service. Arnold began his railroad career with the old Vandalia line on Sept. 21, 1910, and was promoted to engineer in March, 3917. He Fred Tanguy, 56, Dies in California A former Logansport resident, F,red Tanguy, died in Hemet, Calit. Thursday at the age of 56. Born in Logansport, he moved •to California 30 years ago and v/as employed there as a clerk with the Santa Fe Railroad. has held'that position since, and! jje is survived by his wife, a has been working in the Logansport yards. His retirement became effective Nov. 1, according to Vic Tanguy, assistant chief clerk of the Logansport division. Escapee Surrenders; "Knew Jig Was Up" FORT MADISON, Iowa CUP) daughter, and two brothers, Edwin, of California, and Russell R., c>£ Logansport. Funeral services were held Saturday in California. pronounce-| Collis j on on s pencer s t ree t a ( 41 The men were working at Frye's inent caught the committee by, pm Friday, reported to city po-jhome in Brazil when the accident burned on their hands and feet j eight years ago to assume a re- and narrowly escaped death Sun- '.spectable life in Bridgeport, Conn., day when a television antenna they were installing Jell across electrical power lines. NAMED NIGHT EDITOR Richard T. Hardesty, of Monti' cello, has been appointed as a -_ , - . .- -A night editor on the "Daily Stuman who fled an Iowa prison farm I dent," Indiana University newspaper. Hardesty, who is a student at the university, will serve on :Jie staff for the remainder of the .school semester. Winamac The second district meeting of the VFW and Ladies Auxiliary was held Sunday afternoon at the American Legion Hall at Knox. The department president of the Auxiliary, Mrs. Nina Craigmile of In- dianpolis, and the department commander of the VFW, Sam Leman of Bremen, made their official visit. Members from the local organizations attending were Claud Vanaman, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Baker,' Miss Corrine Gilsinger, Mrs. Grace Masterson and Mrs. Esther Smith. The Winamac fire department made runs Saturday'afternoon to the Dean Antrim home on Washington street, where there was a smoke scare but r.-o apparent fire, and to the home of Mrs. Luther Cummings on South Riverside, where the motor on the washing machine burned up. Justice of the Peace Delbert Lebo's court reports the following cases: Gerald Rice, Winamac, 'fined $5 and costs on a charge of speeding filed by State Trooper Joseph Cihak; Dick Connor, Winamac, disorderly conduct, $1 and costs; Philip Holt, Winamac, malicious trespass, $25 and costs; Dave Swartzell, Winamac. malicious trespass, $25 and costs, all filed by Winamac Marshal Roger Conn; Elmer Truett and Roger Rhodes, both of Gary, $10 and costs on a charge of hunting from a boat with a running motor, signed by Conservation Officer William Coble; Elmer Rich of South Bend, $10 and costs on charge of having an improperly plugged gun, signec by Conservation Officer Raymond Recker. A daughter, Julie Ann, was born Sunday, November 3, to Mr. and Mrs. John Dilts of Winamac, at Carneal hospital. Mrs. Herman . Gilbert was brought to her home Saturday from Starke Memorial hospital at Knox. Mrs. Gilbert is improving slowly from injuries! received more than four weeks ago when the car driv- surprise but there appeared to be iij ce 'late Monday a disposition to regard it as a de- ' bating or bargaining point. Ike To Make i) •!• i if* *i British Visit Say President Will Return Visit Of Queen Elizabeth LONDON COP)—'President Eisenhower is "almost certain" to pay a state visit to Britain next month and authorities have begun work on the timing and arrangements, authoritative sources said Monday. Tney believed the President, probably would spend two or three days in Britain, returning the visit of Queen Elizabeth to the United States last month. Complete secrecy has been maintained on the plans, but American and British diplomats were discussing "the most convenient date," the sources added. The most likely date for such a visit would be prior to the forthcoming NATO summit conference in Paris, Dec. 16-18. Eisenhower will attend the NATO conference. The Ball youth was headed east and Mrs. Williamson was going west as they passed on the cu-rve in front of 701 Spencer and the Ball car hit the left rear end of the Williamson vehicle, according to the police report. : occurred. They were taken to Ciay 'County Hospital and reported in "fair" condition. TVo Fined Monday For Traffic Violations Two drivers were fined in justice of the peace court here late Monday for traffic violations. Robert Butler, 17, Royal Center, arrested last Thursday by, Royal Center Town Marshal Robert I-ler- las surrendered voluntarily be- ause he "knew the jig was up." The former convict, who identi- ied himself as Harold Plude, 43, walked into the sheriff's office at )es Moines Monday and gave him- elf up. Plude was transferred to prison here Monday night while authorities investigated his story. SMITH TO RULE LAFAYETTE (IIP) — Special Judge William B. Smith said Monday he will rule Wednesday on a habeas corpus petition being sought to prevent extradition of South Carolina fugitive Pete McGaha. rick. finprl lined reckless driving. MeVvin Donahue, 27, New Haven, Ind., arrested Saturday by State Trooper John Gaylor for parking on the traveled portion of the road, was fined. $1 and costs. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OP INDIANA) COUNTY OF CASS ) >SS ' IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT SEPTEMBER TERM, 1957 Notice is hereby given that Dan- anH rn^c fnr i * e l ^- Gillesple was, on 28th day ana COStS I0ri of Oetober[ 1QD7i appointed Executor of the Last Will and Tosta- ment of Thomas R. Glllosple, de- Gileod High School Closed By Influenza PERU, Ind.—Flu forced the clos- of the Giles.d liigh cancellation of the ing Monday school and school's second basketball game of the season, scheduled Tuesday night against Roar.n. Nearly half of Gilead's total enrollment was absent Monday, while attendance returned to almost normal in the Peru schools. Gilead cancelled its first scheduled game las: Friday night against Gilead due to flu. Auto Wreck Injures Girl Miss Mary Lea Roth. 17, route 2, Star City, was injured in a one- car accident on a blacktop road four and one-half miles west of Clymers at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Deputy Sheriff George Shanks reported that Miss Roth was head- wortl > cross-breds, weighing about REPORTS HOGS STOLEN MONTICELLO, M.—The (heft of 20 hogs from the Dick Brown farm, two miles west Of Monon, has been reported to Sheriff Charles G. Miller. Brown reported the hogs were Hampshire and Tam- ceased. All persons fi-alnst said esta te. whe claims a- Qther or not now due, must' file the same in said court within six (fi) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barrficl. DatPd at Lopransport, Indiana, this 28lh day of October, 1357. Elizabeth Bletoer • Clerk of the Circuit Court /or Cass County, Indiana MIKer, Bli.bcotk Sc Tolbert Attorney Cor Estate ed south and failed to negotiate a curve in the road when she accidentally put her foot on the accelerator as she started to apply the brakes. The 1956 model tudor, to which an estimated S700 damage was done, went off on the right side of the road and rolled sideways down a 12-foot embankment, coming to a stop on its side. The car tore down three rods of fence on the Elmer Shank farm, route 2, as it left the road and rolled down the bank. Miss Roth was suffering from: shock and bruises, but she and her companion. Miss Margaret Shortis, 1902 Woodlawh avenue, hitch-hiked into Logansport with a passing driver, Merl Homburg, route 2. She later went to St. Joseph's hospital, where she was confined for treatment and observation. Monday rjght she was reported much improved. 80 pounds. Read the Classified Ads NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA > )3S: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO AL.I* PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATB OF K AT H10 RIN15 STOL.L. In the Circuit Court of Caaa County, November Ter:n, 1957. CaiJ.se Number 150C3. In the matter of the Estate of Katharine Stoll, deceased. NoLicie is hereby given that The National EanJt of LoK'ansport, Indiana as Administrator of the a- hove named estate, has presented and filed Us account in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 22nd day of November, 1957, at wliluh time all persons interested In said estate are required to appear In salt! court and show cause, if any there be, why said account .should not be approved. And the heirs of said decedent und ttll others Interested are also required to appear and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part or said estate. The National Bank oE Logansport, Indiana, Administrator Personal Representative Hinis & Hillls Attorney Plan Brain Operation On Peru Boy Thursday PERU, Ind. — The delicate brain operation on Mickey Lee Alspach, 10, of 324 West Fifth street, has been scheduled for Thursday morning at Riley hospital, Indianapolis. Eighteen blood donors with rare type AB negative blood, who were obtained through the efforts Of the Red Cross, will meet at the Peru police station at 5:30 a.m. Thursday and will be taken by the Red Cross to Indianapolis to give live transfusions needed by the youth during the operation. ii i i i I i WARDS® MOMTOOMIWV WARD GIANT TRADE-IN SALE ON 1957 REFRIGERATORS $30 to $60 REGARDLESS OF CONDITION Trade-in You Pay H Model Cu. Ft. Reg. Trade-in YOU ray 1037 10.5 $229.95 $30 $199.88 1327 13 $3129.95 $60 $169.88 1257 12 $299.95 $30 $269.88 1357 13.2 $349.95 $60 $289.88 1497 14.3 $429.95 $40 $389.88 $5 or $10 Down -No Payment* 'Til March V58 R H I I I I I I I I I J NEW NAME, 'POOCHNIK' MIAMI. Fla. (UP)—The Miami Herald's nickname for the new Russian dog-carrying satellite is "Poochnik." Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiva True Life Adventures AERIAL- ARENA SOUTH AMERICAN HOWUER, MONKEVS MANEUVER. TO CATCH-AS- CATCH-CAN WRBSTLJNO BV FROM THEIR TA1US A^JC? IT SEEMS ANV NUMBER <2AN sJOIN >K. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nalh- an Ryan. C.W.F. circle No. 1 of the Christian church will meet at the church Wednesday afternoon, November 6, at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Theresa Widup as hostess, C.W.F'. circle Mo. 3 will meet at the church Tuesday evening at 7:30, with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sod- ervick serving as host and hostess. Mrs. Wayne Koepkey will be program leader and Mrs. Dale Mitch- ell have charge of the worship. C.W.F. circle No. 2 will meet Wednesday evening, November », at 8:00 p.m. .in the home of Mrs. Richard Berkey. Mrs. Everett Roller, Mrs. Otis Buck and Mrs. Pat Dodd will serve as hostesses, Mrs. Floyd Hall will give the lesson and Mrs. Everett Roller, the devotions. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gilbert of Indianapolis spent Sunday in t!i» home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Gilbert. Don McNeil) Hails New Way To Hear With NOTHING in Either Ear en by her husband was struck by a train at Knox. Sheriff and Mrs. Ralph Galbreath went to Indianapolis Sunday to attend the state Sheriff's convention which is in session Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Lebo, of Champaign 1 , 111., visited over the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lebo. 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