Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 21, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 21, 1957
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opjeuuve mvt»wgeii.ivu ut me icwu. announced its -findings in a 150,000 word report. Its conclusion was based on evidence taken from 111 witnesses-nsome of them still loyal to the Communist Party—in hearings held here and in Vienna, London, Rome and Geneva. U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. said he will call a 24- nation meeting to study the report. "The report must be studied by all governments," he said. Lodge also said the report should be studied "as a matter of justice to Hungary and for their own self-protection against future Soviet attempts to overwhelm them." Keith C.O. Shann, Australian ambassador to the Philippine who prepared the report as the committee's rapportuer, said the revolution was "not an anti-Soviet revolution as such" and was not fomented by outside agencies, as, for example, Radio Free Europe. The three main conclusions of the committee, comprising also representatives of Denmark, Ceylon, Tunisia and Uruguay, were these, Shann said: 1. There was, in fatt, interven tion by force by the Soviet Union to crush the uprising and to c-ver- INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 201 IbLJNUIS BLDG. INDIANAI'OLJS IKOAI. A'OTICB OIC rUJIJ.IC HKAHINCJ Notice Is hereby L-lven that the Local Alcoholic Beverage Board of CAS3 County, Indiana, will, at 2 p.m. on tho 8th day at July, 1057 at the N. Court Kooin, Court House, In the City of LoKansport, Indiana In said County, heitln Investigation of the applications or the following named perwonB, requesting the Issue to the applicants, at the location hereinafter Bet out, of the Alcoholic BevuraKe 1'ermlts of the clashes hereinafter deslKnated and will, at Maid time and place, receive information concerning the fitness of »ald applicants, and tho propriety of IsnulnK th» permits applied for to such appllcantH at the prcmlBcs named: Lofransport Khrlnu Club, Inc. (Club) Beer, Liquor & Wine Ke- taller, 415 HlKh St. Loifanaport, Darrc'll A. Johnson (Restaurant) TltANSPBH Boer & Wine Retailer's permit from James Brasley, Jackson St. GalvcBton, Indiana. Steve K. Farkovlch (Restaurant) Beer, Liquor & Wine Retailer, 210 S. Cth. St. LoKansport, Indiana. Kroger Co. (Grocery) Heor & Wine Dealer, 215 K. Market St. Losansport, 215 E. Market St. Lo- gan.sport, Indiana, James M. Zoubul (Rentaurant) Beer, Liquor & Wine Retailer 1002 W. Linden Ave. Loh'ansport, Indiana. Charles W. Broaler (ReBtaurant) Beer, Liquor & WIno Retailer. 428 B. Market St. LoBanHport, Indiana SAID INVESTIGATION WILI- BB OPEN TO THE I'L'HLIC, AND PliriLIC PARTICIPATION IS HE CJUESTBD. Members in this community of the 267th Transportation Company of Rensselaer arrived home Sunday from two weeks Reserve summer field training camp held at New Orleans, La. Most of the group made the trip south by train. Going for the annual summer field camp were SP2 Robert White, Lt. George Swinford, SP2 Rex Kendrick, Lt. Bill Tyler, SP3 Eric Marzke and SP2 Raymond Luse. ' Beverly J. Lane of Monticello,' route 3, was granted a divorce from Richard L. Lane in White circuit court by Judge Russell Gordon and granted the custody of the minor child. The plaintiff was represented by Attorney Lewis D. Dellinger and Prosecutor Fred Schwanke entered appearance for the defendant. The defendant is to pay $12.50 each Saturday support. Married Dec. 24, 1955, the couple separated Jan. 25, 1957. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Herron of Monticello are the parents of a daughter, Johnna Jane, weighing 5 pounds and 8 ounces born Tuesday afternoon, June 18th, at 2:20 o'clock at the St. Elizabeth Hospital at Lafayette. The mother and daughter are getting along nicely. All friends and relatives are in- ited to the wedding of'Miss Sanra Jo Randall and John Shell Jr., o take place Saturday afternoon, Tune 22nd, at 1:30 o'clock at the VIonticello Methodist Church. The astor, the Rev. Gilbert L. Piker will officiate at the double ring ervice. A reception will follow immediately in the church social room. Miss Randall is the daughter of Mrs. Alberta Salmons of Monticello and Mr. Shell the son of John Jhell of Indianapolis. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Reynolds, Monticello, route 2, where he has resided. Births: To Mr. and Mrs. James Buell, Reynolds, a daughter. Dismissals: Jack Williams, La ayette; Mrs. Frank Hicks, 530 South Illinois; John Mattix, R. 4 Monticello; Mrs. Melvin Coonrod and daughter, R. 4, Monticello: Vlrs. John Treacy, Indianapolis. One of Indiana's Internationa Farm Youth Exchange students United States.' Mrs. Koskosian first made the long trip over from Greece last March, 1956, to be with her daughter and family, but became homesick for her native soil and returned last August. After seeing her family again, Mrs. Koskosian wanted to return to the states and is hopeful that er husband, who is a tailor in Athens, will be .able to join, her here later. A daughter and family are expecting to go to New York or residence so that several mem- oers of the family will be united on American soil. Arthur Lawrie, of 725 South Bluff, was taken to the St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis' Tuesday morning for tests and observation. A patient in Room 443, he has .had rouble with his eye since -before Easter. Mrs. Lawrie is with him. Bill Baird o£ Yeoman, was taken o the White County Memorial Hospital in the Miller ambulance early his morning. . Miss Julia McCuaig is improved and able to be out again after be- ng confined to her home several days with a severe attack of pleur- Thc White County Medical Aux- liary entertained their husbands al a picnic held at the home of Dr and Mrs. John C. Carney, Saturday night, June 15. A steak cook-out was the highlight of the occasion. The remainder of the evening was spent socially. Hostesses assisting Mrs. Carney were Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Dickerson. Those attending were Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Mayfield, Dr. and Mrs. Warren Morris, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley McClure, Dr. and Mrs. George Derhammer, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Fullerton, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Dickerson, and Dr. and Mrs. David Beck. Special guests for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders. Regular meeting of the Monticello Business and Professional Women's Club Wednesday evening, June 26, at 7 o'clock promptly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Shaw, 214 West Washington street. No reservations necessary and members will not he contacted. A Four members of Prof. William Morocco's Logonsport high school band will leave Saturday for Inter lochcnM^h to attend the famed National Music Camp there. Shown discussing the trip are, left to right Gary Helvle who will specialize in the trombone; Joe Sca B noli, trumpet; Jerry Hcl yer, alto sax; and Stanley Hi Us saxophone. The camp, which runs through August 18, provides specialized ^.nced to- srucllon or unusually talented young musicians" and is celebrating its 30th anniversary. It boasts eight s y rph.ny orchestras, Lr symphonic bands, seven choral organizations and numerous other activities, which provide training and experience in music, art, speech and dnnj*. good attendance is urged. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw will show pictures and tell about their Interesting trip around the world. Mrs. Shaw, the club international relations chairman, is in charge of the program. The committee in charge of the meeting is Mary Kallal, chairman, Lillian Barton, Clara Dittman and Marjorie Swank. ' A Lafayette man Jack Williams of 1521 Adams street that city, had a narrow escape from drowning when a boat in which he was riding upset at Roth Park. He was given artificial resuscitation after being taken from the water and partially regained consciousness but was rushed to White County Memorial Hospital. The car in which he was being transported to the hospital was given special police escort when an appeal for help was received at the city building. City Police Officer Bill Musall, who was off duty but happened to be at the city hall, escorted the car to the hospital and Night Officer Ernest Crane held traffic at the corner to permit the car to rush its patient through the traffic. After a few hours treatment at the hospital Williams was dismissed. Battle Grasshopper Hordes OHICO, Calif. (UP)—A horde of voracious grasshoppers invaded the fertile Sacramento Valley today, devouring fruits, vegetables and range grasses in the wbrst infestation in 20 years Flora Mrs. Nola Finney of Flora and daughter, Mrs. Richard. Hawkinson of Monticello) attended a bridal shower Wednesday night at Indianapolis for the bride-elect of Mrs. Hawkinson's stepson, Jimmy, and Miss Eleanor May Gray at the home of Mrs. Helen Brooks, Fall Creek Parkway. Mr; and Mrs. Ruben McQueen of Delphi,' both former art teachers in the Flora schools, have return ed from a trip to Chattanooga Tenn. They visited Lookout Mountain, the Hermitage, near Wash- ville, toured Kentucky and returned via Nashville, Ind., where they visited friends and the art colony. Annual reunion of the Charles G. Black Sr., family was held June he International CWF Being neui June 19-23 at Purdue University. Several membtrs of the .Flora Christian church will attend the commissioning service in the Hall of Music Saturday night for 17 candidates to ministerial fields. Among them will J)e Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Weare, who were recent guests of the Flora church and who will be going to the Belgian Congo, Africa. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lane who live on the Flora-Bringhurst road, for Father's Day weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson and family, of Springfield, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ayres and family of Frankfort and Mrs. Charles Hubler of Bringhurst. Guests in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jheagley at Bringhurst have been Rebecca Ruth and Eddie Owen, children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson, of Cleveland, who lave been vacationing in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson and Richie and Holly Ann will arrive for :he weekend. . Mrs. Carl Landis, vice-president, was in charge of the meeting of the CarrolHonettes HD club held in the home of Mrs. Eugcne'Flora; 18 members attended. Mrs. Becky Wharlon gave a talk on serving. Roll call was answered with "wedding incidents." Six guests were present. History of the song, "Tell Me Why", was given by Mrs. Leo Bowman anc the group sang the song. Proceeds from an auction of food will go toward a supper fund next fall Assisting Mrs. Flora as hostess was Mr. William Seward. Refresh mcnts were served. Miss Patty Flora, daughter o Mrs, Mary Flora, will be gradual- ed June 23 from the St. Elizabeth jury department. He will be stationed in Chicago. A native of Elkhart, Jordan was a pilot in the Air Force in World War II. School of Nursing, Lafayette. Several local relatives and friends slan to attend exercises. Mrs. Frances King presided at a meeting of the Presbyterian Missionary Society in the home of Mrs. Elsie McCarty. Mesdamcs J. Floyd Wheeler, Roycc Myer and Evan Sanderson presented a program on both home and foreign missions. Mr. and Mrs. Delos King and family of Mulberry were guests Sunday afternoon and evening of his mother, Mrs. Frances King, and his brother, Lor'en, wife and Kent. Sunday afternoon callers, in the ame home were Mr. and Mrs. lobert Morehouse and family, of ^afayette. Mrs. Esther Flora, assisted Mrs. Lloyd Carter in entertaining ths Bringhurst WSCS June 18. Mrs. Charles Ross presided and conducted a business session. Mrs. Glen Eikenberry gave devotions and Mrs. Rulh Murthy the lesson on Okinawa. Refreshments were served. Planning to attend Youth Conference at Lake Barbee Christian Camp, near Warsaw, June 23-29 are- Sandra Blue, Janilie Smith and Jimmy Walker. BADMINTON SETS from $3.98 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 BEVERAGE COMMISSIO> J3y E. C, MINNIEAIt Executive Secretary Noble Elll Chulr Sale? No! Better Than a Sale! Country Market Special—Warm Homemade Bread Saturday, June 22 KROFT SHOE STORE by Burrows Christian Church Introducing the Advano«-Kitflln*«r*il Complete Line Qf 1»«> Home Appllanoeal SAVI SLACKS Dacron and wool tropical. .95 405 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3273 Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Van Heusen - Rugby Skipper *2' 95 SWIM TRUNKS A variety of styles and colors *2 .95 I ON THW 13 tune root REFRIGERATOR WH AUTOMATIC "JET" DEFROST REGULAR $399.95 VALUI fi^ oNt y 268 00 WITH TRADE-IN AUTOMATIC "JET" DEFROSTING AT THE TOUCH OF A BUTTON I Model DC-12 Net Capacity 12.2 cu. ft.— Groii Capacity. 13.23 cv. ft. BUILT-IN BUTTER KEEPER 2 REMOVABLE EGG RACKS DEEP DOOR SHELVES hold half-gallon carton* FULL-WIDTH CHILLER TRAY for quick chilling HANDY FRUIT BIN holds up to 11 Ib*. 3 LEVER EJECTING ICE CUBE TRAYS NEW "DUSK PINK" Interior color ton* styling FIVE-YEAR PROTECTION PLAN on r«fr!g«rat- ing lyitom BARNETT'S BARCAIN BARN 416 S. Third

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