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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 20, 1957
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.Wednesday Evening, November 20, 1957. '- FOR SALE HOUSETRATLERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. on U. S. 3S. Maple Springs. fERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-32B5 or TW-3-2075. V* mi. S Akron. TODAY, tomorrow, always. Classified ads solve everyday problems quick and easy! Call 4141. WANTED; Tape recorder, Hi-Fi amplifier, sound equipment. Ph. 4569. SUNBEAM electric razer in case, _like new, never used. Ph. 6816. vl.25 value Paris first quality ladies' hosiery, only 79c. Bargain Center, 322 Third. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES NOW HAVE ON DISPLAY THE TRAILER EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT 11. FOR SALE CASH for your used spinet; console, studio piano. Call 8983. 2 speed tape recorder. Reasonably priced. Phone 2974 after 5 p.m. WILL PAY spot cash for small used upright, Spinet or Player Pianos;. Phone 33D7. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT APPLES and elder. Jasper Flory & Soil, High Street Road. BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr's Orchard, 50 FT, 10 FT. WIDE TRI-LEVEL New Prices, from $1200 to $8895 Used Prices, from $195 to $3200 AFTER SMALL DOW.V PAYMENT ON NEW MOBILE HOME PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $32.54 PER MONTH. WE HAVE OVER 45 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM, IN 8-FT. AND 10-FT. WIDTHS. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, inc. 2 MI. SOUTH OF PERU ON U. S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39808 «. Musical Instrument* USED PIANOS Grand, small size, mahogany case, Wurlitzer. $30 down, balance $10 per month. Baldwin Acrosonic Spinet, mahogany, like new. $25.00 down, balance like rent. Kimball Consollette and bench, extra nice. No money down, buy like rent, Lester Upright, 58" tall, good condition. $85.00. Terms. USED ORGANS 1 Hammond Spinet, style M3, blond. 2 Hammond Chord Organs. 1 Lowery Organo. 1 Hammond Solovox. No down payment necessary, buy like rent. RA.MSEYER PIANO CO. 320 W. Taylor St. Kokomo, Indiana b. Fruits, Vegetables APPLES and cider. Rome Beauty and Turley . Winesap. Bert Rhoaces, High Street Road. QUALITY Red & Golden Delicbus apples, Stayman, Winesaps & cider. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport Road. FRESH chiUed sweet cider. Apples, potatoes, bananas, Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sorghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, % mile west Rochester on Road 14. Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. ELKINS choice broad breasted turkeys. Oven ready, delivered. Phone 40712. • 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER wishes to trade lovely mo bile home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency 403 East 13th St. a- Houses FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 baths large family room, many othe' extras, excellent location f inane ing available, would accept older house on trade. Shown by appointment. Phone 3039. Northside Good as new 2 bedroom all modem. Early poss. Price $8,000 land contract $500 down. Eastside 2 story modern, 2 baths. Use as single or income. Priced at $8,500. Southside Real nice 3 bedroom all modern. Ready to go. Small down payment will buy this. Wests ide 3 bedroom, story and a half. Nice yard and patio. 2-car garage and work shop. Early possession. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—S: bedroom home, 2706 Emmet Drive in Highland Park Ave, low. down payment. Phone 2648 days, 3039 nights. MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway. Gas heat, incinerator, dish washer, carpeted. Phone C460. ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. BOB AYERS, Realtor Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. Look what $10,500 will buy on E. Bdwy. This all modern 3 bed- rm cottage, full basement, gas heat, garage, landscaped yard. $3500 down and move right in. 150 ACRES, SE of Headlee, Ind. modern 6 rm house, builtins in kit, newly decorated • throughout, barn 48x40, garage 20x26, chicken house 30x18. Good fences. 110 tillable bal pasture and timber. Will sell on contract and wiE consider 5 rm house on trade as down payment. BUILDING LOTS, 50x165 with now double! garage N. Penn. Ave. Will seill on contract. 41>/ix 150 south side $550. 120x140 close in Wash Twp. cash or contract. 5 RM MODERN N. Third St. take 'over G. I. loan monthly payment $42 including taxes, ins. princ and int. We handle all types of property management. Latest Market Reports CHAIN STORE MEMO Here's how sales of major firms compare with year-ago activity: Chain Store Seles Walgreen Peoples Drug ... W. T. Grant Butler Bros Newbcrry...... Soars Roebuck . i Western Auto ,. Kroige Murpfiy Woolworth.,.., Noisnor, .; Mant'y Word .. 'enney ...,,;,, McCrory Spiegel Kress........ 9 Mos.: 1957 v:i. '56 PERCENT CHANIfl 0 *5 ' 410 +15 pa to: Company Hoporti. c. farms 18-ACRES, rich soil, 8 room house modern, nice kitchen, new hath new barn. Cost approx. $4,000. Large shaded lawn, garden between Akron and Rochester. Owner moving to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. Third Street Market Veals 20 Lambs 13 Veal Hides 12 Beef Hides .04 Eggs .31 Donald Reno Is Indicted by Jury At Rochester ROCHESTER — Donald Reno, 45, of route 5, Rochester, was indicted by a six-man grand jury Wednesday in Fulton circuit court on a charge of first degree murder. The decision to indict Reno tor the October 20 slaying of his wife, Dorothy, was announced by jury foreman Glenn Moody. Aceordingto Deputy Sheriff Dick Dickson, Reno admitted tile shooting of his wife and himself in a statement to Dickson, State Trooper John Hatch and Coroner Howard Rowe. The shooting resulted from an arguement about his return to the Norman Beatty state hospital as an alcoholic patient. Judge Frederick Rakestraw will appoint an attorney to defend Reno. PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 .'. ;. 17.50 190 to 220 17.00 220 to 240 1S.65 240 to 260 16,40 260 to 280 .... 16.15 280 to 300 16.00 Sows 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type above quotations 200 to 220 16.75 220 to 240 16.40 240 to 260 1G.10 260 to 280 16.00 Rochester The Radio club met in the home O'E Mrs. Ray Shelton, Monday for their regular meeting, which began with a ham carry-in dinner. Mrs. Reuben Scheid offered grace preceding the meal. A brief business session'was held in the afternoon,' with the president, Mrs. John Meader, in charge. Mrs. Cora Deeds gave the response for the roll call, reading an article on "Autumn Memories". Plans were made for the Christmas party, and the president graciously offered her home for the next meeting. The dinner committee will be Man Confesses Theft Of Mail Garold Tribbett, City, Admits Taking Check Garold H. Tribbett, 32, of 527 Reynolds street, was arrested here Wednesday morning by city police for theft of United States mail. Tribbett confessed taking a government check from a mail box and forging the name of the person to whom the check had been sent, Chief of Police Lee Morris reported after questioning the local .man. Morris also said that Tribbett had served a prison term previously Cor the same offense with which he is charged here. Tribbett is charged with taking an unemployment check for $30 from the mailbox of Junior Moyer in early October. He cashed the check, forging Moyer's name 01166 it, in buying coal at a local dealer's according to police. Morris reported that Tribbett had the coal sent to his father's home. The signature on the check proved Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen Set Tucker Arraignment Arraignment of Robert Eugene Tucker, 35, of Peru, on an auto banditry charge was set for 2 p.m. next Monday by Judge Clifford 0. Wild after the affidavit was filed Tuesday afternoon in the Cass circuit court. The penalty for automobile banditry is any determinate sentence from 10 to 25 years. Tucker was taken from jail to the court room when the affidavit was filed against him by Deputy Prosecutor Frank Tolbert, but he asked that his arraignment be delayed so he could employ counsel. He was returned to jail under $5,000 bond. Police believe Tucker may be the man who held up the local branch of the Long Cleaners a few weeks ago since his description fits that of the robber. He is to be viewed by the victim of that holdup. He has been connected with two auto thefts as well as a number 2BO to 300 15.85,Mrs. ' Louise Leman, Mrs. Hal false the address was checked and of thefts of articles from care, a picture of Tribbett was identified by the coal firm as one of the man who cashed the check. Tribbett was picked up and confessed taking the check. The chief of police said TribbeU would be held in the Cass county jail for prosecution by the postal inspector at Indianapolis, who has been notified. Morris said Tribbett had a previous record here for public intoxication, and in 1948 was convicted of taking a check from a mailbox at Indianapolis. He received an 18- month prison term, spending 14 months in prison and being released on probation for the last four months. Sows 15.25 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal IB.Ofl Pope joy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens ..' 11 Heavy Hens 15 FOR SALE: 47 A, level, tillable Wqyne's Produce soil, one ownership many years,!Leghorn Hens 11 attractive dwelling i hen house,;fj eavv £j ens ___ _ >t 15 barn. Owner selling because of' • health. Offers considered. A!so : CHICAGO (OP)-Livestock: outstanding 80 A. farm. Excep-> •„ ,. .,, . , . ,. , Mnnal Wf.ll wm-th S« ftftft Al™ . H °S S 10 ' 000 ; stead y to la lower, tional. Well worth $25,000. Also 60 A. heavy dark land, good im- p.-^ementii. $17,500. Terms. Call, wrue, see Deamer & Deamer, Realtors, Rochester, Ind. FOR SALE—3 bedroom .home at 2319 Usher St., low down payment. Phone 2548 days. 3039 nights. Thieves Abandon Stolen Cass Auto A 1950 moiflcl car stolen Monday ighi from the residence of the late B. L. Horn near Metea was recovered Tuesday afternoon at Lafayette, where it was abondoned by two men. The two men, last seen in the vicinity of Americus, were described as wearing overalls. One was clad in a black leather jacket and the other wore a green jacket. LeRoy Swartze], route 1, Twelve Mile, son-ir.-law of the deceased owner, went to Lafayette to return the car Wednesday. USED' pianos. $5 up. Spencer Transfer & Storage Co. 212 S. Sixth. SPINETS—CONSOLES: by America's oldest Incorporated Piano Manufacturer. Guaranteed lowest prices, terms. Thompson Piano Sales.'834 W. Miami Ave. ALTO SAXOPHONE and clarinet in good condition. See Mr. Thomas at Penneys or call evenings, 52516. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix GIVE hens a boost at noon with SUP-PEL PELLETS. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. f. Wearing Apparel TIMELY SAVINGS Men's Leather Jackets Reg. $23.95 to $27.98 SALE C'lVQQ PRICE 451/-00 Brown or Black in Sizes 40 to 46 MONTGOMERY • WARD 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 BIG BEAUTIFUL AND NEW Three bdr. ranch on */ 3 acre lot. Bedrooms: 14x13 with 12-ft. closet; 14x11 with 12-ft. closet; 13x11! with 7-ft. closet. Living room 18x14 with modern Bedford fireplace; dining room 12x8; kitchen 14x10 with built- ins; mudroom 18x9; bath with recessed tub and shower and linen closet; 8 ft. of extra closets; basement 48x26, garage 18x20. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor 300 North St. Phone 3798 15 Complete Lucerne RC Nursing Class LUCERNE — Fifteen persons have completed a Red Cross nursing class here, taught by Mrs. •Mary IT. Sheetz once a week for six weeks. They were Sybil Clark, Mary Bachus, Mabel Nethercutt, Marge Burrough, Helen Hilkert, Lena Hoover, Lena Mae Finton, Monta , , - Herd, Lottie Catron, Mildred E!- fe w prime to 29.50. few lots 25 lower; No. 1-3, 190-230 Ibs 17.00-17.60, few 240-270 Ibs 16.75-17.00. Cattle 16,000, calves 200; steers over 1050 Ibs weak to 50 lower, 1050 Ibs down slow steady to 25 lower; heifers steady to 25 lower; vealers steady to strong; stocker steers strong; high choice and prime steers 25.25-27.25; good to average choice 21.50-25.00; choice and prime heifers 23.00-25.50; good la low choice 21.50-23.25; good and i "'!=,"" T "' K "~ s '- „ * rf ,, rhnir-pvpnlf.™ K nn.9* r>n- n, of ii,,m i Miss-Grace Ewmg had as her Smith, Mrs. Ed Hagan and Mrs. Fred Logan. They will also have charge of the program. A 50 cent gift exchange will be enjoyed. The meeting closed with all repeating the club creed. Bingo was played, with high score prize being awarded to Mrs. Harry McVay, second lo Mrs. Earl Wynn, and consolation prize to Mrs. Meader. Mr; and Mrs. Fred Westwood were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winterrowd and family. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Westwood and family were in Peru Sunday, guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jarrett. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Kane R. B. 2, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Horn, R. R. 1, Kewanna, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bacon and daughter of Fort Wayne were in Rochester over the weekend, call- Scotland Mine Blast Kills 17 300-Man Crew Stumbles To Safety MUlRKmK, Scotland (UP)—An explosion ripped through a coal mine near here Tuesday night, > vocational education. killing 17 miners. The rest of the j 300-man force scrambled to safe- ! ij ,, ty through falling rock, fumes and ri> Attending Vocational Education Conference Henry J. Hodus, director-coordinator of vocational education at •Logansport high school, and four students from his Diversified cooperative Education program are attending a conference of vocational coordinators at Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon. The students are Bonnie Kitchcl, Fred Brumrnet, Carol Williams and Larry Mather. They are, respectively, president, vice president, secretary and treasurer of Architect Files lien Against Three Schools Jackson Trustee Challenges' Validity Fred Zehring, Jackson township truslee, Wednesday challenged the validity of a mechanic's lien for $8,400 filed by a Fort Wayne architect against three Jackson township school sites. The lien, filed in the Cass recorder's office was placed against the Galveston and Lincoln school sites containing two and three acres respectively, and also against a half-acre containing an abandoned rural .school across the road from the Charles Patterson farm. The mechanic's lien directed to Zehring and "Jackson township," states it is "for labor performed and material furnished by the undersigned in the improvement thereof, which labor was perform-. ed and which material was furnished at your special instance and request." Zehring said the only work the township had Heeler do was to estimate the value of the Lincoln school when the township was seeking compensation from the federal government for the forced abandonment of the school due lo the nearness of the Bunker Hill air base. "We intend to pay him for that work as soon as the check is received from the government," Zehring said. The trustee denied that the archl- the DOE club at the high school. | te ct was entitled to a lien on any Hodus said they would meet with !? f the school sites since the lien representatives from other school a ™ allows hens only on real estate on which the person seeking to discuss club plans and activities. Before attending the conference, which will be at the Indiana < University Medical Center, they will tour the Harry E. Wood school. Speakers at the conference include Andy Williams, administrative assistant to the slate superintendent of schools, and Professor Donald Pound,- state supervisor of heavy dust. Rescue crews which worked choice vealers 25.00-28.00; medium! „£ * ' ^ , , B , t ^ " 6r and good stocker and feeding * eeken ^ue S ts at her lake home steers 925 Ibs down, 20.00-23.00. ^ a ^ ^ rs ' J ° h " R - ^ lafnd ™* „, , ... Dr. and Mrs. William Shafer, all Sheep 2,300; slaughter lambs fu]-! of Indianapolis, other guests Sun- ly steady to strong; yearlings not aav wppff ^ r •„„„ Mr< f „„„ Kuar _ established; good and choice w o o 1 e d slaughter lambs 21.0022.25; few lots prime 22.50-23.00; good and choice shorn Iambs 20.5021.50, •MMANAPOLIS (OP) — Livestock: Hogs 9,000; generally 25-50 lower; 180-240 Ib W.OO-H7.25, some to 17.65; 240-270 Ib 16.50-17.00; 270300 Ib 16.25-16.76; 120-160 Ib 15.0016.50. Cattle 1,500; calves 200; fully steady to strong; choice to low prime steers 24.00-26.00; standard day were Mr. and Mrs. Dee Berrier and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adamson and son Teri Lynn. First Lt. and Mrs. Jay Hey'de and daughter, Melinda, went to San Jose, Calif, last week, where Mrs. Heyde and daughter will spend a month with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson. Mr. Heyde returned to Rochester and spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Heyde, returning Monday to his base at Fort Campbell, Ky. Charl.es S. Overmyer left by plane Saturday from Chicago for Phoenix, Ariz.,, where he will be to high good 20.00-24.00; good and ^ \,t:"T L B , choice heifers 21.00-24.00 Vealers j? 16 guest of hls daughter and strong; good and choice 24.00-28.50,! liott, Mae Swank, Wilma Roma McDonald, Dora Cos-lello, Irene Smith.. Another class will start in January. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Shop at The Thrift Shop 411 E. Market Street DARK green winter coat, fur collar, size 12, Phone 8195. h. Wanted to Buy USED cement mixer, medium or small size. Write Box A-64, this newspaper. WANTED: Tape recorder, Hi-Fi amplifier, sound equipment. Ph. 4569. Eighth St. Four bedroom all modern located -near school, churches and. downtown area. Large living; room with fireplace, also den, dining room and built-in kitchen down. Vk baths, basement, at» lached garage, small yard. This: property is extra nice and quick possession. Dale W. McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 ' MIDWEST HOMES Offer you the opportunity for savings up to 30% over other building plans. Many models available. We will also build to j'our own plan! Do-it-yourself completion plan. All building materials supplied. For complete information, contact JOHN R. GALE 2215 Otto Street Logansport, Indiana Phone 6929 Sheep 1,000; steady to strong; good and choice wooled and shorn lambs' 20;50-22.00, few 22.50. Two Boys Have Illegal Busy Time at Rochester ROCHESTER—From what two boys, aged 12 and 13, told police here yesterday, it appears they have been busy this fall-but at the wrong things. The youths admitted they stole $139 from a hardware store, shot out windows in several homes, ,. „ extras 52' shot at a flagpole, stole a bicycle I: g -„,,.' ,„ ,. -. , stole a pellet gun! took an airgun' tras ° 0; medlums 40; shards CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 136,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Geese 26-28. Cheese steady; single daisies and longharns 39-39%; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-44; B 40-42; C 35-38. Butter steady:' 593,000 Ibs; 83 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score 58%; 89 score 57. Eggs steady; 8,600 case's; white from a store, walked away from another with parts to an electric train, and threw paper, crayons, and pencils out a classroom window. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Maria Smi,h, Mgr. Phone 32*5 $25 TO $500 ON YOUR SIGNATURE OR OTHER SECURITV __^^^—__^^^——^——|^—«™— •^^••••^••^••C^B^^K^WHi^H Here . . . quickly and conveniently Loans made to borh men and women — married or single — in all walks of life and all types of employment. A Loan nan Far Everyone Phone, write or come in for the cash you need .. i HOW TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Acrost From Th« City Building 606 East Broadway tbganspart, Ind. Phoir* 2-2-5-2 43; current receipts 36. No Trash Collection On Thanksgiying Day There will be no collection of trash in the city by the Logan Disposal Service on Thanksgiving Day, it was announced Wednesday by William Rush, city street superintendent. Rush said the' home regularly visited.on Thursday morning will be visited Wednesday afternoon instead, arid those ordinarily scheduled for pickups on Thursday afternoon will be visited Friday morning. Petition for Gift Shop In Home Is Rejected A petition to the Board of Zoning Appeals by Robert Panton, 809 West Miami avenue, appealing the building commissioner's rejection of his application to put a gift shop in the rear of his home, has been rejected; The appeal was rejected, the board announced, because having stock and making commodity sales in residences are banned in residential districts, under zoning laws. PERU BOY CRITICAL PERU - Still in critical condition today is Mickey Lee Alspach, 10 year old boy who underwent a heart operation two weeks ago. He is at Riley Hospital, Indianapolis. Brinkroeger. He expects to be gone several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kessler of Lewiston, Idaho, are spending an indefinite vacation with Mrs. Earl Nafe and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nafe and Miss Marie Nafe of South Bond, and C. R. Loun'sbury of Indianapolis, returned to their homes Sunday after being called here after the death of their father, the late Earl Nafe. Mrs, Lounsbury remained for a longer stay with her mother. The Bethlehem Baptist 'Mission Circle held their annual Thanksgiving dinner Monday evening in the Talma School building with approximately 75 members and their families present. The Rev. Harry Smith offered a prayer of thanks after which a carry - in dinner was served. •• The president, Mrs. Marion Leininger, presented the program. Mrs. Don Pfeiffer gave devotions, reading the 100th Psalm. She then gave a monologue, using a Thanksgiving playlet, depicting an ordinary family at Thanksgiving time, bringing out the true meaning of this day. She closed the thought with prayer. Duane Smith presented two humorous readings, "Ma Fixit" and "A letter to Judy" which were greatly appreciated. Linda Barkman also gave a reading "The Wedding". A playlet "The Head Waiter" was presented by Judy -Leininger and Duane Smith. . In closing the fine program, colored slides were shown by Morris CopJen and the Rev. Smith, of Niagara Falls, Brooksfield Zoo, the Bedford Limestone Quarries, and other, southern Indiana scenes. They also showed slides of the two latest Church Home Coming Days. WOOD, COAL TAKEN Mrs. Pearl Pontius, Athens, Ind., administratrix for the estate which includes the residence at 710 Race street, reported to city police Wednesday that a large amount of wood and some coal had been taken in a break-in at the house, which was reported Tuesday. through the night recovered the bodies of 15 miners trapped 1,000 feet underground by the blast. Two other miners brought to the surface died of their injuries today in a hospital. The explosion occurred in the Kames Colliery, one of the oldest working mines in western Scot- the lien lias contributed labor or materials for improvements or removal of structures. Heeler was one of four architects who submitted plans to the township in their bid to be employed in the construction of the new Jackson township grade school, Zehring reported. William Kashner and Associates, of Lafayette, received the contract. Gain $700.80 In Seal Sale Seek $0,500 In County Campaign Contributions to the 1957 Cass county Tuberculosis Seal Sale cam- , 89, of Burrows, Succumbs DELPHI — Mrs. Margaret Stewart, 89, of Burrows, died at 12:45 a.m. Wednesday at her home. She had been suffering from a fractured hip, received several weeks ago in a fall. Born Oct. 9, 18G8 in Cass county, she had spent all her life in Cass and Carroll counties. Her parents|Paign totaled $700.80 Tuesday- were Benjamin and Lizzie Klep-im'ght, only four days after the _____ ______ ...... ____ _______ ____ ; land. The sound of the blast ; n ger Lesh. Her husband7~Samuel ideals were' mailed out. echoed throughout the adjoining Stewart, died in 1929. | Mrs. Ramon Simpson, general countryside and brought hundreds i she was a member of the Chris- chairman, said Washington town- of men and women to • the pit | jjan church of Burrows. head. Surviving are a son, Fred, Bur- It was Britain's worst mine dis-1 rows; daughters, Mrs. Charles Sie- Haven is chairman of the town. ship was the first to report. They turned in $52. Mrs. Clifford Deaster since 1951 when 81 miners were killed Easington. in an explosion at Princess Grace, Rainier Withstand Round of Events MONACO OOP) — Proud Mona- gasques boasted today that.Prince Rainier and Princess Grace could match any royal family in Europe for sheer stamina. The royal couple, expecting a second child, went thro'ugh a series of celebrations in Tuesday's "Fete Nationale" that would make a commoner's head swim. They attended a solemn high Mass at the cathedral, reviewed the armed forces in the palace square, went to a noisy football game and capped the day with a gala at the opera. Somehow they also presided over two private parties. ber, Bringhurst, and Mrs. Marie ; ship drive. Smith, Eosivell; a brother, Zebo Lesh, route 2. Logansport; a sister, Mrs. Nancy McCormick, Delphi; is grandchildren and 34 great grandchildren. Friends may call Thursday at the Jackson funeral home in Delphi, where services will be held . * l _ . . Prida > r - Mayor of Monticello Tells of Nuclear Test Mayor Wilmer McClintic of Monticello described his viewing of a nuclear bomb' test in Nevada last summer at th,e Tuesday noon meeting of the local Kiwanis club at the Shrine club. McClintic said the flash, which he saw from a six-foot trench 3,500 yards away, was "the brightest thing I've ever seen." The explosion, which equalled 20 kilotons, or 20,000 tons of TNT, was delayed four days, the mayor said. Neil Miller was introduced as a new member during the business session, and Al Hildebrandt .and J. H. Mertz were awarded four- year attendance pins. Art Kitchel received a one-year pin. Monticello guests at the meeting were Bob Downey, Bob Million, Fred Miller, Ed Malmquist and Lee Hayworth. Marion Williams, of Lebanon, will officiate. Burial will be in the Delphi Masonic cemetery. Peru Infant Succumbs In Dukes Hospital PERU — The infant daughter of Ollie and Margaret Vance Miller died at Dukes Hospital about 8:32 a.m. today at birth. Surviving, besides her parents, are a half-sister, Mrs. Mary Francis Miller of route 1, Peru; and R. L, Miller of Macy; and Mr, and Mrs. B. E. Vance of Decatur, HI. The body is at the. Drake-Flowers Funeral Home, arrangements pending. Former Monticello Resident Succumbs MONTICELLO — Funeral ser- WaHon, Onward-Tipton township, turned in S62.15. Mrs. Betty Bruner and Mrs. Jean Baber are co-chairmen there.. The goal for the county this year is $(3,500. Eighty-two, per cent of the funds collected will stay in Cass county, while the rest wiE be tent to lie state and national tuberculosis organizations. Lee E. Fetterhoff, of Flora, Dies Suddenly FLOEA — Lee E. Fetterhoff died about a a.m. today shortly after he-suffered a heart seizure while behind the wheel of his parked car. Mr. Felterhoff, who was a salesman for the Flora-Carnden Elevator, was born on Sept. 14, 1897. His parents were Orlando and Ella 'Wagner Fetterhoff. He was married to Beulah Hylton, who survives. He was a member of the Grace Brethren church of Flora, He was born in Pyrmount. Other survivors include one son, Rev. Dean Fetterhoff, evangelist for the Brethren church; his mother, Ella Fetterhoff, Pyrmount; one sister, Mrs. Ruth Houmard, Lafayette; one half-sister, Mrs. Al- vices for Mrs Rex. Dunn, a form- Pa Reppert of Bringhurst. er Monticello' resident, who died Funeral, services will be held Sunday morning at Ft. Lauderdale, Friday at 2 p.m. at Grace Breth- Fla. will be held there Wednesday. Ten church. Rev, John Evans will - • 'offidate. Burial will be in Maple Lawn cemetery. Friends may view the body at the Carter Funeral Home after noon Thursday. Her brother-in-law, Harry Lari- uer, and his daughter left by plane !or the funeral. The deceased woman was in Monticello four months ago at the funeral of Mrs. Larimer. Dog House Destroyed By Fire on West Side Fire destroyed a dog house at the rear of the H. D. Bernhardt home, 516 West Market street, at 12:24 p.m. Wednesday, but the dog escaped the flames uninjured, firemen reported. The blaze was caused by a heat lamp, firemen said, which either shorted out or fell over in the straw in the dog house. Firemen were also called to the Doris Eberts residence, W30 East Broadway, at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday when the bottom board on the garage caught fire^burning a small hole in the board. The cause was not determined. TRAFFIC FATALITY FORT WAYNE CUP)—Elmer E. Brockman, 39, died in St. Joseph's Hospital today of 'multiple injur ies suffered Tuesday night when he was struck at a city street intersection by an automobile operated by. Robert Mann, 48. INDUSTRALIST DIES NEW YORK PUP) — Gerard Swope, former president of the General Electric Co., died today at his Manhattan home. He was 85. Swope, a native of St. Louis, rose from a $l-day helper in a General Electric service shop in Chicago to become president of :he giant corporation. He retired in 1944 after 20 years as president. He is survived by three sons and a daughter. HAND CAUGHT IN MACHINE PERU—In "good" condition at Dukes Hospital today was Mrs. Howard Hall, route I, who suffered a severe injury to her right hand when it was caught in a machine at the Laidlaw Corporation here early this morning. It was reported that one of her fingers was severed. Four Carroll 4-H'ers Making Chicago Trip DELPHI—Four Carroll counry 4-H achievement winners will make a three-day trip to Chicago for the International Livestock Show. They are Martha Schnepf, Monroe township; Glenda Fisher, Madison; Harold Craft, Monroe; and Gary Crume. Burlington. They wilt be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Brown. They wil be gone Nov. 28-30. The trip is sponsored by Farm Bureau. ATTEND MEETING Dr. Leo Cahalan and Dr. S. F Gaynor, local veterinarians, attended a recent meeting of the Northwestern Indiana Veterinary Medical Association at Remington. Dr. Henry Craig of Pitman-Moor* laboratories, Indianapolis, spoke on new drugs, including tranqailizers in veterinary medicine. SALE CALENDAR Nov. 20—Freeman Simms ,. .Bridge Nov. 20—Fred Selfert Shigley & Vogel Nov. 20—Berkshire Auction House Johnson, Auct. Nov. 22—Hummel Estate Weddington Nov. 22—Joe's Auction Tee! Nov. 22—Vernice Working" Murden Nov. 23—Berkshire Auction House- Waldron, Auct, Nov. 23—Maple Grove Sales & Service Rinehart Nov. 23—Cecil Shoemaker & Miller Heirs Plotner

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