Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 21, 1957 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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Twelvo Logans-port, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Reveal Some Facts on Secret Radar Stations Mr. Brewer is city street com- WASHINGTON (UP)—The United States and Canada have come close to pinpointing for all to m issior,er know the locations of many of the ",, _ ', . . secret radar stations providing! IKe Roth ' alst> a P al «nt in the """" """ was scheduled morning. Ike warning of possible attack across' ""^ loom - z «'the top ot the world. £, «":?«*«'«; top U.S. defense officials said however the net result will be more, rather than less, security for the two countries. The two governments have just made public the names and exact locations of 21 main airstrips . had previously been a patient in White County Memorial Hospital for treatment for a back ailment. Miss Ann Schaber, bride-dect of Joe Cochran, was honored with a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Cecil Schroder o:: Monticello Saturday evening. Margaretle Zootman of Monti- Georgo Brown, Z5, murder. James Norman. 32, grand larceny, robbery. serving the radar sites comprising the distant early warning (DEW) line across the top of ce "° and Mrs - Charles Schriefer North America. ' of Lafayette were co-hostesses. The The air strips were identified sifts were arranged in an attrr.c- •whcn the two governments estab- tive 'y decorated ope:i umbrella lished a new polar air defense 1 which hung above a lovely decorat- zone through which no airplane j e & table of gifts, color schema be- may fly without following a pre- '"£ canary yellow and cozy green, scribed flight plan and without! Contests were enjoyed with priz- 'es being awarded to Miss Patt Houser of Monticello, Florence Krue of Askum, Illinois, Mrs. Os •car Page of North Sale-m and Mrs Henry Schriefer of Lafayette. Refreshments of white cake dec orated with yellow' rosebuds and fruit jello salad and coffee were served. Out of town "guests were Miss Florence and Gladys 'Krue of Askum, 111., Mrs. Oscar Page of North Salem, and Mrs. Henry Schriefer of Lafayette, sister of the bride-to-be. Mr. and Mrs. James Wakefielc returned to their home at 806'Bur- lington Avenue, Frankfort, Friday night from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Wakefield took treatments at the Mayo clinic. She was not hospitalized durir.-g her stay there. She is feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield made thij trip as far as Indianapolis Friday by plane from Rochester. Mrs. Wakefield will return to M'ayo's, January 6th for further treatments and a checkup. Mrs. Wakefield is the former Mae Evelyn Doctor, formerly of this city. Her mother, Mrs. Ona Doctor is in Frankfort staying with the family. Mrs. Wakefield had recently submitted to scirge-ry at the being positively identified. Marked by Parallels The new zone runs roughly along a band marked by the 68th and 70th parallels of latitude. Similar identification zones run across the United States - Canadian border, up and down the continent's coast and around Alaska. Airplanes flying through the zones must file advance flight plans. They need 'the en route navigation facilities and radio communications of the zones to establish their courses. The DEW line landing strips •were identified so flyers will know where radio 'beacons are located and have access to emergency landing strips if needed. The list of 21 strips was published in the Canada Gazette, a weekly government publication. They also were identified in the November "Radio Facility Charts," a booklet issued under authority of the United States and Canadian air forces and navies. Locations still Secret While exact locations of radar stations remain secret, they obviously are not far from the landing strips which were installed for use of airplanes supplying the stations. There are 23 other landing Home Hospital at Lafayette before strips which were not identified • going to Mayo's for the treatments, because they lack radio aids useful to planes passing over. The airstrips which have now been identified stretch from Cape Dyer on Baffin Island's north-east coast through Cambridge Bay on Victoria Icland's south coast to Shingle Point near the mouth of the Mackenzie River. Pentagon officials said a similar listing of DEW line landing strips is expected soon for Alaska. As- Monffcel/o The Monticello Ministerial sociation is launching a new program, a service in relationship to the White County Memorial hospital Each week a member of the Association will be appointed to serve as chaplain for the week calls to all the rooms and patients at the hospital. The visiting chaplain in turn will then notify the minister and church accordnig to the church preference of the patient. Tne program was first instituted last week when the Rev. Gil- tert E. Piker, pastor of the Monticello Methodist chnrch, visited the hospital and its pattients. This week the Rev. Eugene Dayka, pastor of the Assembly of God church, will serve as the hospital chaplain, taking information back to the churches of their members who many be patients there. Ministers who take following weeks will be the Rev. Wayne Lawson, pastor of the Brethren churches who will serve Thanksgiving week, followed by the Rev. D. Lester Niles, pastor of the First Christian church and the Rev. Herman E. Dirks, Presbyterian minister. All patients will receive copies of the daily devotional booklet "The Upper Room," the Ministerial Association providing the booklets to the hospital patients, the residents of Lake View Home and the Monticello Nursing Home. Gamma Eta Chapter of Tri Kappa met November 14 att the ihome of Mrs. Robert Metzger. with Mrs. Don Bonnet and Mrs. Harold Haughee assistant hostesses. Mrs. Robert Packman reported on the recent guest party held at the Country Club. Nov 19 was the date announced for the next visit by the chapter to its adopted ward at toe State Hospital at Logansport. During the business session, ideas were discussed for gfits to be purchased for the hospital Jobby; and plans were made for a joint meeting with the Associate Chapter for inspection of the group by the Province Officer in late January. A $15 donation was given the Boy Scouts for their annual fund drive; and a committee of workers headed by Mrs. F. B. Fouts represented Tri Kappa at the kick-off dinner. Mrs. Robert Overley. distributed more pecans to each member and reported on the progress of the pecan sale to date. Mrs. John Van Motor presented plans for the Christmas dance and announced the date to be Dec. 26. The next meeting will be held December 12 and will be the Christmas party. • Members voted again this year to have a $1.00. gift exchange and give $1.00 for Mental Health. Dale Brewer remains a patient in the Home Hospital at Lafayette where he has been since a week ago Monday for tests and observation. He is In room 207. Reports from hospital: Births: To Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morris, Monon, a son. Dismissals: Mrs. Alvin W-estfall and son, 509 West Washington; Mrs. Lowell Pickett, Mavillej Mrs. Merlin Finnell, 306 South .Main; •Dale Hunt, R. 3, Monticello; Mrs. Harold Wert and son, ;i2fi North Third. Robert Conrad has returned to his home in Idaville after be:ng dismissed from the Vete::am; Hospital at Cold Springs Read in In- Artltur Raymond Carr, 40, murder. Blyle Pointer, S3, murder. REMEMBER JOHN DHLINGERT—Here are four of this seven prisoners who escaped from the Crown Point, Ind., jail, a lookup which hasn't yet recovered from the ignominy of the John Dillinger wooden gun escape In the early 1830s. The seven used a lever to pry bara apart. (International Boundphotos} dianapolis Saturday. Mr. Conrad has been a patient at the hospital for nearly two years, and had submitted to a lung operation while there. He is getting along nicely, and expects to be able to resume his job soon at the RCA plant. Mr. and Mrs. John. Collins, of Wolcott, and formerly of West Marion street, moved Saturday morning to 518 West Broadway. Mrs. Ruth Crane and infant daughter Diane were brought to their home, 604 West Hanawalt street Friday from the Home Hospital at Lafayette where Diane was born Saturday, Nov. 9, by Caesarean section. Mrs. Crane is getting along nicely but will have to remain in bed for two weeks yet. Her mother, Mrs. Miney Rieken is caring for the family. Charles G. Van Voorst, 480D North Hermitage Avenue, Chicago, passed away at his home Monday night at 9:30 o'clock. Born January 31, 1B91, in West Point Township,'White County, he was the son ot the 'ate Charles and Mary Jane Van Voorst. His father died .in 1934 and his mother passed away on May 25 of this year. hood in Chalmers .and when a young man, attended Culver Mili- tary Academy. He was a member of the Indiana National Guard of Monticello and served in that capacity for one year on the Mexican Border. At the beginning of World War I, when the unit became a part of the regular army, he was encamped at Hattiesburg, Miss. There he received his honorable disability discharge due to a heart condition; On March 24, 1&19, he was united in marriage to Beatrice Comp- .ton, of Brookston. For the past 27 years the family had lived in Chicago. Survivors are the widow, and three children, Charles G. Van Voorst Jr., and Martha Jones, both of Chicago, and Franklin C., of Torrance, Calif. Also surviving are four grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Guy Wolverton, of .route 5, Monticello, and Mrs. Charles Minch, of Reynolds. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Thompson Funeral Home at Brookslon. Rev. Arthur Harmon, of Lafayette, .will officiate with burial in the Chalmers cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 . Wednesday afternoon. Military graveside rites will be held by the Chalmers Community cemetery. A Children's Observation School of the Lafayette district was held at the M'Onticello Methodist Church Friday-and Saturday with about 45 adult workers present. Mrs. Harold C. Phend was in charge of local arrangements and Mrs. Vernon Blgler of Lafayette was district leader. Sections for workers included kindergarten; , primary anfl juniors. Children of the church school were present Friday ewniivg and Saturday . morning and af'ernoon for specially taught classes ob- served by those at the conference, (eachers directing age groups. Mrs. Andrew Goodwin, of Wolcott, suffered a fracture of her left limb just below the hip last re w'polio 7ascT1astweek~raised Tuesday as she attempted to get the 1957 total for Indiana to 148. Thursday Evening, November 21, 19ST. Two More Polio Cases in Indiana INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Two out of bed to sit in a chair. Mrs. Goodwin, who is 80 years old, has been ill since a year ago last August, since which lime she has been a semi-invalid. Her condition has been critical of recent weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Bunnell of Munster visited over Sunday with the former's mother, Mr.;. Radio'. Bunnell who is improving after an illness. Mrs. Bunnell jurf returned to her home, 326 North Main street, Saturday after having been cared for the past ten days at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Marshall Wagoner and family. The 148 compared with 399 a year ago and 1,597 in the peak recent year of 1952. Five deaths have been recorded this year, compared with 17 a year ago and 114 in the peak year of 1952. New cases last week were re-i building ways." Welsh, "Hardsurfaced high unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic guDernatc-rial nomination in 1956, told a Young Democrats rally that Governor Handley's administration has "one claim to distinction." "It has caused a bigger turnover of personnel in the highway department than any other administration in history," he said. "There is no place in the department for ported in Bartholomew and Noble ; an S' employe who has not been an Counties. ardent Handlcy supporter.' Joe's Auction, Nov. 22, 7 p. m. 611 Plum St., Logansport Radio and record player; writing desk and book case combination; large and small gas stoves; bed, complete; day bed; folding bed; kitchen cabinet; breakfast sets; tables all kind, including shop.table; chairs all kind; washer and twin tubs; sewing machine, refrigerators; lamps; lots of smaller items. Open for inspection day. of sale at 1 p.m. Not Responsible for Accidents If having an auction for a square deal see Joe or Teel. Auct, Teel • ' Clerk, Martin Annual CLEARANCE Sale NEW AND USED EQUIPMENT Located one mile east of Galveston on Road 18, on ' Saturday, Nov. 23rd — 10:00 A.M. Consisting of the following: New power Lawn Boy mowers; new riding lawn mowers; other new power mowers; alsci used riding power mowers of all kinds;.an almost new arc-180 welder; almost new super-10 Mercury outboard motor; several used outboard motors; 1 new Duo-Therm automatic g:as floor furnace; new 6-h.p. and new 4-h.p. gas engines; several used gas engines; new and used power weed cutters; new fuel cans; used oil barrels. 1948 Vi-ton Internationa! pick-up truck, low mileage; Porter-Cable electric hand saw; %-inch electric drill; Parker lawn sweeper; 3 used Mall chain saws; one used Wright chain saw; one standard ticket register; 100 good used 6-inch tile; one 30-ft. grain augur elevator with motor; several used screen doors, in good condition; Wi engine; axles, wheels and tires for heavy trailer; 600x20 tube and wheel; barrel carts; 20" and-26" circular saws; farm gates; used rotary tiller. Three sections wroaghl.-iron fence; three' sections wood-picket fence; one cross-cut saw; used radios; used refrigerators; one good oil heater; one'good water tank heater; electric John Deere-corn sheller; good used gas cook stove; good coal heater; large, heavy safe on wheels; Stewart-Warner hot air heater, 100,000 H. T. U., run by gas engine; two .small show cases; lots of hand and shop tools; many other articles not mentioned. TERMS—CASH. Lunch served on grounds. Maple Grove Sales & Service Ralph Rlneh-art & Sons, Aucts.', Flora Phone 11 Glenn Eikenberry, Clerk AUCTION SALE We will sell the following household goods at Weddington's Auction Room, 116 - 12th St., Logansport, Ind., on Friday, Nov. 22nd, 7:00 P. M. Frigidaire with freezer across top, good; kneehole desk and chair, good; high rise studio lounge with pillows and covers, cost new $250.00. this item is like new; sectionette convertible, like new; 2 piece living room suite; platform rockers; coffee and end tables; lounge' chairs; rockers; studio couches; extra nice buffet and dining table; bookcase; vanity dresser with bench; gotd; beds; dressers; 5 piece chrome dinette with red formica top, good; Magic Chef table top stove; 2 kitchen cabinets, good; sewing machine; laundry Mr. Van Voorst grew to man--basket, pop up toaster; clocks; mirrors; pictures; heat lamp; Boston rocker; dishes; cooking utensils and many other numerous items. Can accept a few more consignments for this sale. TERMS—CASH Not responsible for accidents HUMMEL ESTATE Weddington & Weddingtoni, Auct. M. Hose, Clerk Phone 4828 Doors open at 6:0(1 P. M. ; Wisconsin V-4| )0x20 truck tire, CLOSING OUT SALE As I have sold my farm. I will sell at Public Sale at farm located 1 mile north of Twelve Mile and % west on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1957 Commencing at .12:00 o'clock the following personal property: CATTLE, 5 HEAD—4 Guernsey milk cows; 1 Guernsey calf; all cattle Bangs tested. HOGS, 7 HEAD--4 Ham p. sows, will farrow the first of February; 1 Hamp boar; 2 Spotted Poland China gilts. FARM MACHINERY—One 1947 WC Allis Chalmers tractor and cultivator; one 2-14 plow on rubber; one 1-row corn picker; 1 International combine; one 7-ft. tandem disc; l manure spreader; 1 side delivery rake; 1 grain drill; one 999 corn planter; 1 wagon; 1 rubber •tire trailer; 1 spike tooth harrow; 1 spring tooth harrow. CHICKENS—243~18!> 9-month-old laying pullets; 58 2-year-old laying hens. FEED—80 bu. of oats, more or less; 7 bu. of rye, more or less; -60 bales of oats and wheat straw, more or less; 1100 bu. of corn, .•nore or less; 600 bales of legume Bay, more or less,'500 of the 600 'bales was made without rain. BUILDINGS— One 6x7'hog house; one 6x6 hog house; one 7x14 hog house; one 10x12 brooder house; one 10x16 brooder house; one 8x8 ..movable corn crib; all buildings are on runners. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS—Tables, chairs, children's toys and games; flower bulbs; radio; Victrola and records, and other household items. MISCELLANEOUS—Bulchering tools; lawn mower; hog fountains; brooder stove; ladders; chicken feeders; automatic hog ringing crate; 1 Wards garden tractor with disc, sickle, cultivator and lawn mower; and other farm items too numerous to mention. TERMS—CASH. No property to be removed until settled for. • Not responsible for any accidents. No lunch. "" VERNICE WORKING, Owm?r THURS0AY-FRIDAY-SATUR3DAY-SUNDAY SPECIALS • WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT COFFEE All Popular Brands Pound 85c SUGAR PURE CAME 10LB. Bag 89c POTATOES U. S. NO. 1 lOLb. Bog 29c CRANBERRIES Pkg. 29c FROZEN PUMPKIN PIES Each 49c YELLOW CREEK 10 to 14 Ibs. Whole or Half HAMS , b . 59c TOMS e HBNS ..... lb " 35 « Pilace Your Orders Nowl Complete line holiday nuts Christmas Candies Fresh Fruit* and Vegetable* Frozen Foods U.S. Choice Insp. Meats & Poultry Watts and Sealteit Ice Cream Imported'Foods Cosmetics & Notions Toys—School Supplies—Housewar* Full Line of Groceries PANCINI'S Your One Stop Shopping Market FRIENDLY-COURTEOUS SERVICE STORE HOURS: Man. to Sat. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays Till 'Noon 1J20I ERIE AVENUE MttRDEN, Auct. MBS.'MARTIN, Clerk 11 te-> Welsh Raps GOP in Highway Department JASPER (UP) — State Sen. Matthew ' Welsh iD-Vincennes) said Wednesday night the Republican-controlled Indiana State Highway Department should stop manufacturing "hard-rocked GOP pre-| commitleemen" and begin) Read the Classified Ads Bake Sale FRIDAY, NOV. 22—3 to X p.m. at Fosler's Furniture Slor« by W. 0. M. ... Available Everywhere, * • ^ Dependable always for Cooking, « Hot Water, HOME HEATING! Today, roor* and mor» p**pl* or* •nfoyfaf Itt* many wonderful advantagti of Lf CAS—yeur moit convenient and automatic tcuntrytld* fuel, R»m»mb«r, »»rvk» it evr job. ... and NOW you «m dUcovw rf>« MIRACLE of ENJOY WARM FLOORS! HEAT "TRAVELS" TO EVERY ROOM... WITHOUT COSTLY FURNACE PII'ES OR REGISTERS TO INSTALL! Only 5f*gf*r'« amaiing n»w Cos H*oltrj gfv» you thl* hearing "nirocU"! Com* In today! LP GAS HOMt HfATtRS . "WITH JHI JWfNHD HIM TVUf TEN BROOK SALES, INC. 700 So. Berkley Road h. Collect GL 2-54W Kokomo, Ind. PRfCI-S GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - SHOP AND SAVE ZLE f CASHMAJRKET. CUARAHTE£ 1410 Broadway] CLOVEBLANi MILD CHEESE 49* New Store Hours OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAY BAZLEYS U.S.GRADED BABY BEEF STEAK SIRlLOtN O'R ROUND SWISS 59 ROAST CUT FROM BLADE CHUCK IB. 39' GROUND BEEF SLICED BACON MINCEMEAT SAUSAGE BAZLEY QUALITY LEAN LAYER SLICED BAZLEY HOME MAOE BAZLEY Country Sfyle Bulk JUNEDALE BRAND HANS Reasons. They Are Better. Select Quality Completely Shankless. Better Trimmed. Ready to Eat. Shankless HALF 43 c LB. CENTI3R SLICED HAM 95c POUND WE BAKE AND SLICE HAMS TO ORDER VEAL CHOPS 49c VEAL LEGS . .39c STEAK WE ARE TAKING ORDERS FOR THANKSGIVING TURKEYS Our Turkeys are Grade A U. S. Gov'r. Inspected TURKEYS YOUNG TOMS 20 Ib. Up Ready for Overt Pound 35* Kf ROAST Loin End X49e I PORK CHOPS c.3U.59c

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