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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 26, 1957
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IOGANSPORI PUBLIC LIBRARY Twe!v« Logansport, Indiana, Phai-os-Trlbtrt* Turncoat Gl Pledges Crusade Against Reds ST. LOUIS (UP) — Turncoat GI Edward Dickenson, 27, convicted for collaborating with the Communists in Korea, Monday night pledged a personal crusade against communism. " Dickenson, a former Army corporal, paid a brief visit to his sister'here, Mrs. Paul B. Bryant, while en route to his home at Big Gap, Va. He was released SaUir- Mercury on Upswing in Entire State By UNITED PRESS Temperatures in the 50s were predicted for two-thirds of Indiana today and the entire stats W<Jdn«is- day. The weatherman indicated it will turn colder on Thursday—Thanks- day from the Ft. Leavenworth,. : ° „ «" , , Kan. disciplinary barracks, after | f r f f d ^nny weather was ex. serving a term for collaboration, j f ted , t( > P«v«l he next two •T loamort thpir nnnrn,-,nhp s in da ys, but fair weather will trail "I learned their approaches in Korea," Dickenson said. He said he spoke the night before at a Free Will Baptist church in Raytown, Mo., and described the dangers of Communist infiltration "into our churches and schools." "Since .ny release," he said, "I have found people to bo about half-and-half, some hostile, some friendly." Dickenson said he hoped to become a Free Will Baptist minister. However, he said his plan to I become a minister did not stem from his capture and imprisonment in Korea or his later confinement in the United States. "I have wanted to become a minister since I was a boy, and I still hope to do so," he said. off into partly cloudy conditions for the holiday. . Highs today will range from near 40 north to 50 central and the low 50s south. Highs Wednesday will range from 50 north to 55 central and the upper 50$ south. The mercury touched 50 'Monday, but only at Evansville. Elsewhere it was cold to moderately cold, with Fort Wayne having a of only 34, South Bend 36 and 43. the temperature dropped William Bowerman and wife, of Camden, will leave about Dec. 1 to spend [he winter in Florida. In honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John H, Flora -which will be held on Dec. 5, several friends and relatives called at their home Sunday night to surprise them. ,0n Monday the Floras left for Florida 'o spend the winter. Mrs. Elmer Cripe, assisted by Mrs. E. 0. Plank, entertained the Kil Kare Klub Wednesday afternoon. Sixteen answered roll call with a Thanksgiving verse. The Art and Garden club will hold its Christmas party in the library clubroom the evening of Dec. 13. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Flora will live on a farm southeast of here after a wedding trip through the southwestern states. They were married Nov. 17 at the 'Radnor Methodist church of Bringhurst. She is the former Miss Frances Redman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grand Jury To Probe Natural Gas Distribution WASHINGTON (UP)—A federal grand jury will begin investigating in a few days antitrust complaints against natural gas distributors operating in the Midwest, the Justice Department amnounced Monday. . . .' Asst. Atty.. Gen. Victor Hansen, head of the department's antitrust division, said the' panel will inquire into alleged restraints of trade in the production, distribution and sales of natural' gas, primarily in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Hansen said the impaneling of a grand jury was authorized in Federal District Court at Milwaukee last Thursday. The jury is expected to examine the records of the Peoples Light & Gas Co. of Chicago, Northern Natural Gas Co. of Omaha, and the American Says Ike Failed to Lead Americans PORTLAND, Ind. (UP)—Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler said Monday night "the main issue of the 1958 elections will be 'the failure of President Eisenhower to adequately lead the people of! America." . Speaking at a Democratic dinner, Butler said the President failed to give the nation adequate defense because he "has not spent the money to see we are prepared." Butler blamed the rise of business failures to the administration's tight money policy, and said Eisenhower has not helped the farmer. On the issue of civil rights, Butler said the President did not respond fast enough to the Little Rock (Ark.) school dispute. Conscientious Objector Refuses Civilion'Work, Draws Prison Sentence INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Federal Judge William E. • Steckler im! posed a two-year, prison term j Monday ;>n Jackie Lynn Davis, ' 23, Crothersvilie, because he refused to eport for civilian work as a conscientious objector. Davis was ordered last November to report at a state hospital under provisions of the Selective Service Act. He had asked conscientious objector status on grounds he is a member of the Jehovah's Witness sect. Conscientious Objector Sent To U.S. Prison CHICAGO (UP) A federal into the normal 20s during the'Inc., Flora, have announced that night, registering 24 early this ' another non-toll line will ba added morning at Lafayette, 27 at Indi- ; to the Flora-Camden circuit on Eugene D. Redman, near Radnor,;Natural Gas Co. of Detroit, Han- He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. j se n said. George Flora, southeast of here. Officials of the Camden Telephone Company and the United Telephone Company of Indiana, anapolis, 29 at South Bend and Evansville and 30 at Fort Wayne. Lows tonight will range from the 20s north to 30 or near 30 central and south. Judge has sentenced an Iowa conscientious objector to a year and a day in federal prison. Abraham Y. Borntreger, 24, Hazelton, Iowa, told Judge William J. Campbell Monday his religious beliefs did not permit him to bear arms or to take alternate work at a hospital or Flora The WOTU has planned 'its'Dec- ember meeting in the Brethren Home west of Flora with Mrs. Dec. 13. A present line between Camden and Cutler will be used. Cutier will be switched to dial phones on Dec. 13. Rev. Elbert Smith, of the Presbyterian church, will bring the Thanksgiving message at union services at the Baptist church at 8 a,m. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skiles ob- Set Inquest in Deaths Of Teacher and Date CHICAGO (UP)—An invest was scheduled today in the deaths of a school teacher from Indianapolis and her Sunday date whose bodies were found in a North Side garage. Police said Alice Graham, 22, a graduate of Indiana University, and Robert Cornell,'26, a Chicago business executive, apparently were the victims of pccidenta carbon, monoxide poison. GBAJN ELEVATOR BURNS OWENSVILLE (UP). — A grain Cord of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness and sympathy shown during our .recent bereavement. —Fred Carson, Mrs. Lucille Neaderhouser, Mrs. Mary Miller, Denby Rohrer. farm. Borntreger, a member of the T.he November meeting was held Friday afternoon in the home: of Mis. Frey Myer. The president was in charge. Miss Emma Asch- anhort led in prayer. She was program leader and she . stressed membership. Mrs. Charles Dumond led in Thanksgiving devotions. Mrs. Willard Allbaugh read the recommendations of the national president. Mrs. Ida Kittgery spoke of "Temperance Teaching" in the church school. Mrs. Georgg Whippie reviewed a chapter from the study book, "The Christian Case for Abstinence." Mrs. Laura E.rim read a poem, "Sing While You Drive." The Aaronic benediction vented Borntregei for working in j closed the meeting. "any public place," or voluntarily Members of the Mrs. William Amish-Mennonite sect,' had been ordered to report for civilian work at hospitals in Evanston, 111., Des Moines and near Fort Wayne, Ind. He was indicted Feb. 21 when he failed to make the Evanston appearance. Emanuel Schrock, an Amish bishop, spoke in Borntreger's behalf, saying religious rules pre- Kuns servin» a! hostess ! served their 50th wedding ' anni-j elevator was destroyed by fire a Kuns serving as hostess.! „.._.,_.. _ t tu _._ u _ .. nearby Johnson Sunday night at « loss estimated at $125,000. performing civilian work. Borntreger was granted 15 minutes to talk with about 1.2 bearded elders and bonneted women of the sect who had come to court. Then he faced Campbell and said, "I'm sorry, but my religion won't allow me to accept the job at Fort Wayne.',' , Sentence was then imposed.. POLIO VICTIM INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Indiana recorded its second polio death in a week and its seventh of 1957 Sunday. * Wendell Lee Osbun, 21, Kendall•ville, died in Parkview Memorial Hospital at Fort Wayne, two weeks after he was stricken. Bowerman family met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowerman in Camden Sunday. After a carry-in dinner, a social' hour was enjoyed. Present were: Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peterson of west of Bringhurst; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowerman, Peru; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Yoder, Camden; Mrs: Millie Presho and Earl Hathaway of Muncie; Mrs. William Bowerman of Flora; Miss Maggie Bowerman of Flora. John Murray is bedfast at his home near Flora. Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Kitemil- ler will go to Florida this week to ! spend the winter. ' Charles Bowerman, son of Mrs. versary Sunday at their homa in Bringhurst with open house at 2 p.m. Women of the Bringhurst Methodist church will serve a smorgasbord supper at the Flora Community Building on Saturday evening, Dec. 7. The sophomore class of the Flora high school sponsored a "sock hop" on the gymnasium floor of the Community Building Saturday night. The theme was the "Turkey Trot". Russell Ratcliff returned to his home from St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette, where he underwent surgery. 10-YEAR PROBATION PHILADELPHIA (UP)—William Ansley, 28, Indianapolis, Ind., placed on a 10-year parole last September by Massachusetts authorities for holdup, was given a concurrent 10-year probation Monday on charges of robbing two airline ticket offices here in 1050 Elks Notice Ritualistic services lor. our late brother, Charles B. Spencer, this evening, 7:30 o'clock, at McCloskey-Ham- iUon funeral home. —Dan Erb, ,Scc. THANKSGIVING SERVICES There will be a Thanksgiving service Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Bell Center Community church. A program and a film will be featured. The church is located seven miles west of Royal Center on highway 16. Truckioeid of FRESH FISH I J(»and up Choice of Varieties Be Sure and Bring Containers THURSDAY ONLY "White Fish Truck" TRUCKER'S PARADISE PUBLIC SALE The personal property of the late Lela M. Sterrett will be sold at public auction at late residence of decedent in Camden, north of Lutheran Church, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1957 BEGINNING AT 12:30 P.M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Crosley refrigerator; Monarch bottle gas stove; Maytag square tub-washer; Estate Heatrola oil heater with fan, 275 gal. tank like new; knee hole desk and chair; twin beds with coil springs and Sealy innerspring mattress, like new; Singer sewing machine; 7 stands; 2 rocking chairs; coffee table; 2 piece living i.'oom suite; overstuffed chairs; occasional chair; desk lamp and ink well; table lamp; floor lamp; dinette set, table and 4 chairs; kitchen cabinet; 3 utility cabinets; 1 dresser; smoking stand; 2 straight chairs; pictures; 2 linoleum 9'xl2', 12'xl2' hassock; magazine rack; kitchen stool; ironing board; 2 electric clocks; alarm clock; Sunbeam electric mixer; Westirighouse pop-up toaster, new; Arvin electric iron; electric West Bend percolator; pin-up lamp; mirror; quilts comforters; sheets; blankets; pillows, etc.; Christmas decorations; 8 throw rugs; 3 pair new drapes; blinds; linens; tubs; lawn chair; extension cords; fruit jars; flowers and flower pots; cooking utensils; silverware and a large assortment of dishes. TERMS-CASH LELA M. STERRETT ESTATE LEE J. STERRETT, Administrator Ray Booth, Auctioneer Kennard & Million, Clerks Obear & Overholser, Attorneys • Enjoy Thanksgiving 'Dinner with us... ROAST FRESH TURKEY' AND BAKED HAM Dykeman's Restaurant W. Broadway and U. 5. Highway 24 WEDNESDAY SPECIALS FRYERS and HENS 39c Lb. ENGLISH WALNUTS . 59 C Lb MIXED NUTS .] |b. 43c 'CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING A Complete Line of Dietetic Food* CANDY - COOKIES - FRUITS - JELLY - POP Thank You! 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SHWCI AND PHOTO SUPPLKS Anwkan Express Money Ord«n At All Times SMITH'S MARKET NOT THE BIGGEST-BUT THE BUSIEST 17th and George St. phone 3378 Open Until 10 p.m.—Sundays and Weekdays STOKER 8KAVSS IT tews Verify Gein Robbed At Least Two Graves PLAINFIELD, Wis. (UP)—Local authorities today dropped their official investigation of butcher-slayer Ed Gein following the opening of the looted graves of two women. Dist, Atty. Earl Kileen said Monday night the looting proved Gein's story that he obtained all but two of his human trophies in ghoulish raids of fresh graves on moonlight nights. RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 Tuesday Evening, November 26, 1957. Former Local Lady Expires at Urban a Mrs. Ruth Heimann, 72, formerly of tills city, died Monday at Urbana, 0., after a short illness. She is survived by her husband. 0. J. Heimann; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Ann Suter, England; two granddaughters; a sister, Madeline Neville, Indianapolis; and two brothers, Bernard J. Neville, Logansport; and Thomas Neville, Long Beach, Calif. Funeral rites will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday at Urbana. My Sincere Thanks to friends for cards, gifts and flowers during my stay in the hospital. —J. B. Hicks. BAKE SALE Oyster-Chili Supper—Bazaar Sat. Nov. 30th ' St. Paul's Church, 5 to 7 p.m. Washington Twp. LANDSCAPING Service Is Our Most Important Product AMERICAN LANDSCAPING CO., Inc. E. Cily Limits, Peru Ph. EN-1-42GO Read the Classified Ads BAKE SALE Wed., Nov. 27 At Shcrwin Williams By Order of Amaranth Refined to give you extra low ash and extra heating hours. Correct clinkers, fragile coke, all the convenience a stoker owner wants. Try it — ) you'll see! Labels tell you it's genuine Great Heart Super Stoker coal. LOGAN FUEL &!CE, Inc. "The Home of Quality Coal" 801 Erie Dial 3133 BEAT COLD WEATHER With ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS PHONE 3666 FOR FREE ESTIMATE Route 1 BUILDING, AMD COURTEOUS - EFFICIENT Call Us Home Improvement loans Can Be Arranged WM. P. LONER & SONS, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 900-22nd St. Phone 3738 LITTLE 'PLUMBER ''NEW KITCWEW S^L WWEW INSTALLED! WILL LEAVE VOU $ HAPPILY ^J ENTHRALLED $72.50 GAS INCINERATORS THAT SUPERIOR AMBULANCE SERVICI! Oxygen Equipped Rt>ai;t Turkey—Oyster Dressing —Giblet Gravy- Cranberry Sauce Choice of Vegetables—Salads Buttered. Hot Rolls Pie — Cake.— Ice Cream Coffee — Milk — Tea Also Pork-Loin — Prime Rib Country Fried Chicken —Coffee Refills— At No Additional Charge! SERVING THANKSGIVING DAY ' 7 A.M. UNTIL 3 P.M. Gourmet Cafeteria 520 E. BROADWAY PLUMBlNGlHEATlNG 4158&ST - CASYPARKtNG . <9k»«. 3658 ALaW DON SCHMIDT "ALL WISDOM MAY BE REDUCED TO TWO • WORDS - WAIT AND HOPE" * ((Author's Man* Below) Eventually, research scientists will find the answers l);at will enable physicians to treat any disease successfully. Unfortunately, there are still a few for which a complete cure is unknown. No one should give up hope. About forty new medicines arc being released each monlh. All of them are not "Miracle Drugs" but each one .has special merit. Leading pharmaceutical manufacturers send their newly perfected drugs to us as soon as they are clinically proved. YOUR PHYSICIAN CAN PHONE 3785 WHEN YOU NEED A MEDICINE Pick up your prescription while shopping near us. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? HAMMOND PHARMACY LOGAN'S PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE 6th & Broadway •Quotation by Acxcmdvr Dt/maf (1603-1870) Copyright 1957 (IJWT) HOME KILLED MEATS STONY PIKE MARKET East Main Free Parking Phone 2316 WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY - Jb. 49c • • lb.49c Ib. 79c • Ib. 69c •• Ib. 43c •• Ib. 49c Ib, 23c WE SELL BEBF BY WHOLE-HALF-QUARTER Custom Butchering and Curing—Small Shop—Big Values WHOLESALE 8:00-5:30 RETAIL HAMS WHOLE SHANK HALF CENTER SLICE HAM ROUND & SIRLOIN STEAK CHUCK ROAST SMOKED SAUSAGE PORK LIVER Open Monday thru Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ONLY WOLF GIVES YOU BLUE HEAT Premium Fuel Oil Additive that ensures cleanse, mor* efficient hrat, at lavingt up to 20% — PIUS — RED STAMPS ;ON CASH PURCHASES) For the same price as ordinary fuel oil. WOLF COAL & SUPPLY 314 Heath Phone 3990 LARGE CLOTHES HAMPERS 28"x22"xl2" Pink, whits, black and white, pink and gold, gold trim and blue. 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