Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 22, 1957 · Page 89
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 89

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 22, 1957
Page 89
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 88.1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE FIVE Pulaski Tax To Be Lower Pulaski county property taxes will be $19,173 less in 1958 than they were in 1957, the only one of Indiana's 92 counties to avert the upward spiral, according to a report from the Indiana Taxpayers Association. The state's 92 counties will have property taxes of $97,081,961 due in 1858, an increase over the prev- v ious year of $36,893,671. In announcing the public's property tax burden for the coming year Walter T. Horn, executive secretary of the Taxpayers Association, recalled that Indiana •property taxpayers have not had a break since 1943, a year in which the total taxes levied were reduced .$5,773,263. In counties of the local area: Carroll will pay $1,416,221, an increase of $64,823 over 1957; Cass county is to pay $3,401,375 .a jump of $322,330; Pulton county is billed for Sl.607,646, an advance of $57,116; Miami county >is booked to pay $2,370,682, a rise of $296,907; While county must pay $1,815,592, an increase of $107,163 and Pulaski county will pay $1,044,930, a reduction of $19,173. file Charges At Peru For Reported Shooting PERU — A charge of assault Looks Like Some Stuff By Russia MOSCOW Wl _ A study of speeches by Nikita Khrushchev and Andrei Gromyko to Parliament Saturday convinced Western diplomats the Soviet Union is ready to talk disarmament only on i its own terms. The diplomats who sat in the visitors gallery as the Communist party secretary and the foreign minister assailed tlie West said neither said anything particularly new. One veteran.diplomat said their words were largely a restatement of the Soviet Union's policy as expressed in Premier Nikolai Bulga- nin's letters to Western leaders, even down to the last detail of criticism of NATO's defensive plans. "Both Soviet speakers left many doors open for fresh negotiations on disarmanmet," said another Western diplomat. "There are any number of doors. But it is the West which will have to walk in, and there is no indication the Soviet Union is willing to compromise on any issue." Some Western diplomats saw in Gromyko's proposals for a special U.N. Assembly session to discuss disarmament a Kremlin willingness to negotiate without the pros- Over 1,000 Kids At Eagles Party More than 1,000 children attended the annual Christmas party conducted by the Logansport Aerie, Eagles lodge, at the State theater Saturday morning, one of the largest turnouts in recent years. The kiddies were treated to a free show of comedy films and cartoons after which Santa Claus, portrayed by Bud Huffman, and his helpers greeted the youngsters and handed them gifts of candy, nuts and oranges. The yule program was in charge of Herb Farrer as general chairman. Larry Young. (Continued from Page 1) and battery with intent to eom-'ence of Communist China. Red mit a felony was filed in Miami j China is not a member of the U.N. circuit court by a county highway! Tney said on the other hand it worker after a reported shooting I is probable that any special inter- early Friday. ] national conference as suggested The suit was filed by John Ge-;by Gromyko would imply the er, Peru, county highway employe presence of Peiping's representa against Ernest Workman, Route lives as far as the Soviet Union 5. Workman was released _ after posting a $2,500 recognizance bond. The argument started when Geyer and a fellow worker, Ronnie Aaron of near Bennetts Switch, were filling hol&s in the road near Workman's home with crushed stone. Workman, ordered them to leave, claiming he had oiled the road a year ago and as they departed it was reported he ifired at the truck. Two Reports Made Of Hit-Run Mishaps Two reports of parked cars hit were made to police ' yesterday. David Brandt, ^904 North, said, his car had been struck while parked at Twenty-first and Broadway. A witness said a .ijray jeep station wagon had hit the car and kept going. Nelsor; Barr, route 1, Royal Cen. ter, said a car backed into his near Fourth and Broadway and damaged his front lights. It is registered from Ft. Wayne. ACID Indigestion? FOR QUICK, SAFE RKIIF TAKI TUMS • rmscmrooN rum INOKIDIIHT* (I II/M YOU on mi TUMS trill OHLf JO* ...WO*1H A MKilON WHIN Toil NOD THIM is concerned. The West is unlikely to accept this. Several Western diplomats left the Supreme Soviet session convinced the time is not yet ripe for reopening disarmament talks with the Russians. Tries To Escape At Escape Hearing LINCOLN, Neb. (ff)—John James O'Rourke, Chicago, taken to court for a hearing on a charge of escape Jrom the, Nebraska penitentiary, Saturday attempted unsuccessfully to gain his freedom again. O'Rourke broke, away from a prison guard who had taken him to the Lancaster County courthouse for a preliminary hearing on a charge of escaping from the penitentiary Nov. 1. As he was leaving, O'Rourke bolted from the guard, but stumbled on the courthouse lawn just as the guard_, Richard Shepoka fired, over his head. Deputy Sheriff Frank Jacox recaptured O'Rourke. School Trustees Will Meet Monday A special session of tile .Lo- jjansport school trustees will be conducted in the administration building on Monday night at 7:30 o'clock, it is announced byy Donald D. O'Neill, president of the board. Purpose of the session is to appropriate architect fees in connection with the construction of the new Fairview park grade school. Kenneth Knebel, Boone Tp., 138 bushels. Larry Downham, Deer Creek Tp., 137 bushels. Danny Reuiebuch, Tipton Tp,, 136 bushels. Jerry Reinke, Jackson Tp., 135 bushels. Joe Reed, Tipton Tp., 132 bushels. Stanley Frantz, Tipton Tp., 131 bushels. George Sailors, Clinton Tp., J30 bushels. Maurice Frantz, Tipton Tp., 120 bushels. Ronnie Pownell, Tipton Tp., 128 bushels. Harold Guy, Tipton Tp., 128 bushels. Don Barnard, Tipton Tp., 127 bushels. Tom Blank, Noble Tp., 125 bushels. Jack Williams, Tipton Tp., 125 bushels. GOLD MEDALS 'David Justice, Clinton Tp., 124 bushels. Ronnie Wirings, Tipton Tp., 124 bushels. Steve Reed, Tipton Tp., 124 bushels. Don .Guy, Tipton Tp., 123 bushels. Leo Schcetz, Harrison Tp., 122 bushels. Bill Helvie, Tipton Tp., 122 bushels. Jim Reed, Tipton Tp., 122 bushels. Jeff Frey, Tipton Tp., 121 bushels. Marion Downham, Deer rCeek Tp., 120 bushels. John Etnier, Boone Tp., 118 bushels. John Grant, Tipton Tp., 117 bushels. ' Raymond Doyle, Boone Tp., 115 bushels. Jim Williams, Tipton Tp., 113 bushels. Keith Rush, Tipton Tp., Ill bushels. Don Thomson, Bethlehem Tp., 110 bushels. Duane Cable, Clinton Tp., 108 bushels. Dale Miller, Tipton Tp.; 107 bushels. SILVER MEDAL David Zell, Tipton Tp., 99 bushels. PLAN CONTEST INDIANAPOLIS Iff) — The Indi anapolis Symphony Orchestra will conduct the first round of its annual statewide young instrumet- alists contest Jan. 4. Any junior or senior high school pupil in Hie state is eligible in the contest to chose a soloist to appear with the orchestra Feb. 2. Whoa-a Santa! DID YOU FORGET ANYTHING .' .. .Maybe you're missing a lovely MIRROR {priced from $9.95 to $59.95. Or smart TABLES, Drum, End, Lamp, etc., from $12.95 to $49.95. How about a beautiful DESK, modern or traditional $29.95 to $89.95, or LAMPS, table from $5.95, Boudoir from $4.95 and Floor from $19.95. Have you forgotten CHAIRS, every style and size from $29.95 to $149.95. Don't forget LIVING ROOM SUITES from $179 up ... BEDROOM SUITES priced from $149 and DINETTES priced from $69.95. 313-315 E. Broadway Phone 3832 Plan Future Program In Racket Quiz WASHINGTON W) —The Senate Rackets Committee has called in its tar-flung staff of field investi- •gators for a big strategy conference. Committee sources said the closed door meeting, starting bearing on next year's schedule Monday, will have ^an important of hearings on alleged racketeer ing and other malpractice in the labor-management field. The investigators were called in from offices the committee maintains in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, St.Louis, Detroit and Miami, and from other cities where they have been working on an on-and-off basis. Charges and counter charges between. Walter Reuther's United Auto Workers Union and the Kohler Plumbing Fixture Co. in Wisconsin are slated tentatively for hearings next month. These will concern acts of violence in the stilH'Unsettled four-year-old strike at Kohler. ' Robert F. Kennedy, committee counsel, said investigations of the operating engineers, carpenters and butchers unions also may be scheduled. He .said, too, that a important aspect of the coming year's inquiries will be an investigation of the conduct of some companies and the labor consultants they employed. He declined to give any details. Livewire Class Of Bethel Church Has Christmas Program The Livewire class 61 the Bethel church held a Christmas party recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Marion Sisson. Christmas carols' were sung and Rev. Glen Campton offered prayer to open the business meeting. Betty Kitchel was elected president and plans were made for a bake sale and selling candy. Games were played and prizes j were awarded to Lorraine Williams, Glen Campton and Bob Nplhercult. Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Campton, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kitchel, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hulsizer. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dewitt, Mrs. Bud Kasoti, Mrs. George Delaplane, and Mrs. Paul Williams. HOSPITAL NOTES LOST EXPLORER Roald Amundsen, famed explorer and finder of the Northwest Passage, was lost in the wastes of the Arctic while a member of a flying expedition attempting to rescue the Italian explorer Nobile. MEMORIAL Admitted: Mrs. Audrie Timmons, 1300% N. Third; Mrs. | Blanche Warren, Flora; Roscoe: Creery, 662 E. Market. Dismissed: Mrs. Edna Combs, 724 Washington; Baby boy Howard, 1507 Liberty; Master Joe Johnson, 1616 MarRet; Mrs. Lettie Lesh route 2; Mrs. Bess Martin, Royal Center; Miss Sharon Tribbett, route 2; Baby girl Weiand, 1000 W. Market. ST. JOSEPH'S Admitted: Richard Wilbanks, route 1; Mrs. Minnie Fergus, 517 Eleventh; Mrs. John Willy, 214 E. Miami; Miss Helen Gaumer, 15 W. Miami; Miss Debra Kitchens, 524 Front. Dismissed: William Hopkins, 115 Seventeenth; Mrs. Hattie Netiier- cutt, BurnettBville; Harold Streu, Northern avenue; Baby John Korreckt, Winamac; Baby Gretchen Kandler, route 2. is happy to announce the appointment of Myers-McCain Olds-Cadillac, Inc. Broadway at Third as your new Cadillac Dealer in Logansport Now displaying.the magnificent new Cadillac... Motordom's Masterpiece for 1958 The finest and most advanced motor car ever to bear the celebrated Cadillac name is now on display in the showroom of your new Cadillac dealer. We hope you will visit your new dealer at your first convenience ... to get acquainted with him and with his staff . . . arid to inspect and drive the magnificent 1958-Cadillac. One glance will tell you instantly that this new car is motor- ' dom's masterpiece in styling. 'One look at its Fleetwood coach- crafting will convince you that it is motordom's masterpiece in luxury. And, a single journey at the wheel will reveal why it is motordom's masterpiece in performance. We urge you to visit your new Cadillac dealership and to get the facts about all the new Cadillacs, including the distinguished Eldorado Brougham. • Every Window of Every Cadillac is Safety Plat* Clou

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