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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ira EtueGets Reformatory 2To5Years Ira Etue, 25, was sentenced to from two to five years in the Indiana state reformatory Monday after he pleaded guilty to a second degree burglary charge. The sentence was set down by Judge Clifford Wild and stemmed from the burglary of the Goody Reeser tavern Saturday morning. The sentencing of Robert Turner, 16, who also admitted being im on the burglary, was deferred until later in the week according to the judge. • . The two were captured early Saturday morning by Logansport police officers. Arrested with the men were Thelma Etue, 18, wife men and Pauline sister of Thelma. of one of the Grantham, 21, No charges have been filed against the two women according to Prose- cuter Frank Tolbert. Florence Kimberling Expires At 52 Mrs. Florence Edna Kimberling, 62, of 1128% East Market, died at 7:10 Monday evening at St. Joseph's hospital. She had been in failing health for two years. She was born on April 1, 19015, the daughter of Edna (Emyart) In Logansport, Albert J. and Beard. The deceased is survived by her husband, Glen; one son, John W. of Fort Wayne; one daubghter, Mrs. Mary Goodman, of Terre Haute; one step son, William Kimberling, of Kokomo; one brother, John H. Beard, Rochester; one sister Mrs. Bertha Prilman, 525 Washington street; and 12 grandchildren. ' Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home with the Rev. Raymond Skelton officiating. Bur- Jal will be in the Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call "at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Alice Lipscomb, Three Months Old, Expires Alice Gaynell Lipscomb, who lived at 712 West Miami avenue, died'at 3:00 p.m. Monday at Riley hospital in Indianapolis. She was just three months and 15 days old. She was born on Aug. 3, 1957 the daughter of Theodore and Ida Mae (Carnegie) Lipscomb. Surviving in addition to her uar- ents are her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lucas, Washington Court House, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. William Lipscomb of Detroit, Mich., as well as several aonts and uncles.- Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Fisher funeral home chapel with the Rev. Thomas Weigand of the Wheatland Avenue Methodist church officiating. Burial will be jn the Mount Hope cemetery. Friends •may call at the funeral home after T p.m. Tuesday. Seek Death Penalty for VA Slayer RENO, Nev. (UP)—The government will ask the death penalty, a prosecutor said today, for a former chief guard who stomped into a Veterans Administration hospital Monday with two guns and killud two VA officers. Another officer- was critically wounded by Elza W. Eaton, 1,2, before he was disarmed by a fourth prospective victim. Officers said Eaton had resigned his job as chief security officer of the hospital last March after nuik- ing a series of complaints about its administration. Assistant U.S. Attorney H. F. Ahlswede said the government v/ill ask a first degree murder indictment which carries the penalty of death in Nevada's gas chamber on conviction unless a jury specifically states - its verdict is "without capital punishment.' The 6-foot, 3-inch Eaton first walked into the engineering office, and fired at Earl A. Lombard!, 39, the hospital's engineering officer: Lombard! fell to the floor, critically wounded. Easton pushed past his unconscious form and shot dead the assistant engineering officer, Phillip I. Keables, 59. Eaton then took a self-service elevator to the second floor, and entered the office of personnel officer Arthur H. Small, 48, und killed him. He walked back into the corridor and shoved the shotgun into the mid-section of assistant VA manager James R. Harrison. Harrison grabbed the barrel and the blast went harmlessly into the Eaton pulled a .38 caliber pistol CROSSWQRD PUZZLE An«w.rteY«t.rd.y«Pu»U ACROSS 1—Win* cup •4—Exists 6—Openings In fencea 11—Edit 13—"Worn away IE—Indeflniu article 1ft—Beginner 13— Sun god 19—Conjunction SI—Pintail duck 22—Ireland 24—Hall S8—Brazilian estuary 28—Dine 29—Lucid 31— Arrow 33—French artlcl* 34—Biblical city 36—Fat or swine 38—Compm' point •40—Halt 42—Dog chain 45—Vase 47—Appellation at Athona 43—Woody plant (0—Stepping- in a given manner 62—sea eagle ft— A continent (abbr.) 55—Conjunction B6—Eelnstate 69—Symbol for ruthenium «1—HejoliMer • 63—Regulate 65—Is borne 66—Babylonian Salty 67—Definite article DOWN I—Macaw 2—Servile 3—Paid notlco 4—Frostinprs f—Mark of approval <—Army officer of Price Administration and later; landled "war assets' liquidation in New Jersey.' '4 1— Exiat 8—Ripped . 9—Man'H nickname > 10—Continued story 12—Indian mulberry 14—Italian po»t 17—Poruso : 20 —Escape 23—Note of scalo 24—Centimeters (abbr.) 25—Young boys 2T— Sea In Asia 30—Hostfir 32—Allowance for waste 35—Annoys 37—Mend with cotton 38—Sweet substance 83—Rubber on pencil 41—Saucy 43—Hunt for 44—Pronoun 40—Symbol tor nlcltel 48—Positive pole 61—Walked on 63—Silkworm 57—Before 68—Teutonic deity 60—Southwestern Indian 62—Note of seal* 64—Latin conjunction Air Guard To Get New F-84-F Fighter-Bombers INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana Air National Guard will trade its F86 A jet planes for more modern F84F fighter bombers around the first of the year, Indiana Adj. Gen. John McConnell said Monday. McConnell said the 122nd Fighter Interceptor Wing will become the 122nd Fighter Bomber Wing and that the 113th squadron at Terre Haute and the 16!ird a t Fort Wayne will be changed from fighter-interceptor to fighter-bomber designation. FORMER RESIDENT DIES Mrs. Rex Dunn, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., died Sunday morning. She formerly operated a beauty shop in Monticello and her husband was employed by the Kroger store in Monticello. Services will be held in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday. Marion Man Charged With Burglary PERU, Ind. — Clarence E. Sullivan, 20, of Marion, father of two children, was returned to- Peru from Marion by sWiff Arthur Johns on a charge of second degree burglary filed in Miami circuit court. His bail was set at »2000. The young man has admitted breaking into nine places between Oct. 19 and 21. Sullivan was arrested early on Oct. 22 by the town marshal at Matthews. He was spotted by residents near a drive-im on Indiana highway 9 on the West edge of Anderson as he tried to break into the restaurant. He was carrying a .32 caliger pistol when captured. Handley Calls State Civil Defense Confab INDIANAPOLJS (UP) — Governor Handley, .citing "tuImuUous current world developments'," called a state civil defense meeting Monday for Dec. 4. Handley sent letters to Indiana mayors, sheriffs, other county officials and civil defense officials urging them to attend the conference in Indianapolis. AUTOS COLLIDE An accident occurred at the cor- Eer of Sixth and Miami avenue Monday evening when a car driven by Macha Belle Sorenson, of 609 Washington street was struck by £ car driven by Charles E. Beams of Fulton. The Sorenson car was going north on Sixth street; Reams was going east on Miami avenue and stopped at th eintersection of the two streets. He reported to police that he failed to see the Sorenson car and pulled out onto Sixth and hit the oncoming vehicle. The Sorensor; car - sustained a danuged grill and left front fender. Reams' car suffered no damage. Carroll County Native Dies At Anderson Final rites for a Carroll county native, Walter V. Armstrong, 93, o£ Ar.'derson, will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Baker Brothers chapel, Anderson, with the Rev. Melvin Phillips officiating. Burial will be in East Maplewood cemetery. The deceased was born Jan. 3, 1864, in Carroll county, the son of Deaths in News By UNITED PRESS NEW YORK —Broadway theatrical producer and booking agent Augustus Pitou, 81, died Monday at Flushing Hospital following a heart attack. Pitou was the son oi the late Augustus Pitou, a noted actor producer, playwright and from his holster. Before he could William and Maximelia Armstrong. I stage manager. He began his ca- fire it, Harrison and assistant. VA'He had lived at Anderson for 62 reer as an advance man for road .......... ... ** cnnivc nnH uroe intoi* a r\rrkniipor f\l attorney Newell Morese subdued years. him. Ahlswede said a new grand jury will be summoned to hear the case, probably on Nov. 27. A member of the First Baptist church, he died at 7 p.m. Saturday at the St. John hospital. He had been a patient there for two weeks. Survivors included the widow, Ada E.; two grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Metta Henderson, Michigan; and Mrs. Ella Ferguson, 1518 High street, Logansport; and a brother, Thaddeus A. Armstrong of Wabasb. A son is deceased. Study Revenge Motive In Executive Slaying INDIANAPOLIS CUP) — Detectives studied a possible revenge motive Monday in the gun slaying of Theodore R. Turner, 51, wealthy oil company executive. Turner was found shot to death Sunday night in the driveway of his fashionable home. The body, with four bullet holes in the chest, was found by Turner's daughter Celia, 21.' Police at first theorized the killers were bent on robbing him of receipts .from four filling stations he operated as president of Turner Oil Co. shows and was later a producer of road shows. NEW YORK-nDr. Seth Minot Milliken, 82, a retired, surgeon noted -for his many charitable interests and yachting activities, died Monday at his home. Milliken was formerly a trustee of the New York Academy ot Medicine and the Roosevelt Hospital anc chairman of the City Welfare Medical Board. BALTIMORE — Harold F. A, Ludewig, 58, former member 01 the New York Stock Exchange firm of Frederick Ludewig anc Co., died Sunday. When the Ludewig firm was dissolved' at the beginning of World War II, he servec in the Newark office of the Office LoSt-VTm and VIgq< past 40, 50, 6Q? Found!! who have blamed their under-pat feeling on "old-age." Super high-potency formula Ostrex Tonic Tablets quickly give you new lease on life. Supplies invigorating, blood-building Iron to bodies lacking,!!, plus therapeutic doso Vititmin. Bi. Get wise. Feel years younger right iwny. 3-d«y "get- ocQUiiinted'' size only 60*. Of *et Ecoaom) •izo and save $1.37. At »u druggists. MISSIONARY PROGRAM , A special missionary service will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at L fi T J A J ' t ' 1€ W€S ' e y an Methodist church on the Classified AdS(Michigan avenue. The guest speak- Tuesday Evening, November 19, 1557. er will be Miss Janice Terwilliger, who relumed from Ecuador last the Andes." She .will show pictures dio station HCJB, the "Voice of[°Pen to the public. Thii new-type concrete road will last 50 yean. .. and more. Drive it on America's new Interstate System highways! New-type, sound-conditioned concrete will still be fun to drive in '75 Not a "thump" to b* heard on this continuous-laid concrete. It's almost like riding above the pavement, instead of on it, Sound-conditioned concrete has no joints that you can feel or hear... only tiny cushion spaces sawed into the surface for the quietest, smoothest ride ever. Another modern process, "air-entrain- ment,"protectsthissmoothn ess- prevents roughening from freezing, thawing and de-icers. The special granular base under new-type- concrete gives it that good, solid feel. Laid flat, concrete stays flat. You'll want to drive it soon. Many miles are ready now... and the highway engineer* who helped develop it will be building thousands of miles more as the highway program moves ahead. The InterstateSystem is planned for the traffic of 1975 . . . when concrete laid today will still be "new" and fun to drive. For new- type concrete will last 50 years and more. Maintenance costs are low. No wonder it's the preferred pavement for the new Interstate System that will link 209 major cities throughout 48 states. Built-in safety for Indiana highway! The grainy texture of new-type concrete resists skids even when wet. No unevennees, no "fighting the wheel." It reflects light, too. You-sec up to 4 times better at night on light-colored concrete .than on a dark surface. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 612 Merchants Bunk Bldg,, Indianapolis 4, Indiana A national organization to improve and extend the utce o/concrete TWO FINED PERU, Ind.—In city court Monday afternoon, Thomas Bowers, 27, Peru, was fined $66.75 on a charge of driving while under the i'oflu- ence of intoxicating beverages, and his driver's license was suspended for one year. Three other charges against the defendant were Suspended. Carl Hartleroad, 59, also of Peru, was also fined 566.75 and his license was revoked for one year on a driving while intoxicated charge. Read the Classified Ads We '// you the best in suits for those important holiday events I At no time of the year are there so many important events where you're called on to look your best as during the next few months. And lookinq your best is a certainty when you choose your suit here. We've the fabrics, the colors and the patterns that are right for you. We fit the suit you choose with expert skill. 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