Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 5, 1958 · Page 40
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 40

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 5, 1958
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FACE TWENTY THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA IOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY SUNDAY, JANUARY », 1981 At $6,000 In Seal Sale Contributions to the Cass county Christmas Seal Sale campaign passed Uie $6,000 mark Saturday morning. •Mrs. Ramon Simpson, campaign chairman, said the total now stands at $6,048.80. The goal this year is $6,500. Of the total, S3.72B came from Logansport, with the rest coming from other parts of the county. Washington township workers turned in $46 Saturday and Boone township turned in $45. Clinton township added $5. Mrs. Williams To Be Buried Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Williams, 92, route 3, city, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Carter funeral home in Flora, with the Rev. Phillip G. Van Zandt officiating. Burial will be in Deer Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Williams died Friday night at the Kennedy nursing home. KOOL-VENT of Logansport AWNINGS AND CANOPIES "Capital" Aluminum Comb. Storm Doors and Windows Sll Erie Phone 3650 St. John Commandery No.24KT Stated Conclave Monday night—open in Long Form. Preceded by carry-in din- ner at 6:30. OWEN I. SHANTEAU, E.C. Dear Gertrude— It'l just lik« I said—why not keep real warm and save fuel, too—sure you can do it Gertrude — Go ahead phone Rois Reid, have him insulate your home — it's wonderful! Oh yes, that phone number is 3388 •— Call him now, Nowl Your best friend, Herman ^_\ NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Parker & Ira Cree INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3751 314U 4th WflifeCo.ffosf To Farm Bureau Di strict Session White County Farm Bureau will be host to the other counties of the third district of the organization at an all-day meeting to be held January 15 in the Pike Creek Church one mile east of Monticello. In charge or arrangements are the officers of the host organization and district leaders, Arthur Arnott, Rensselaer, director; Mrs. James Viney of Monticel- to, women's leader; and Mrs. Lawrence Doyle, Cass county district secretary. During the forenoon, T. C. Petersen of the American Farm Bureau staff will give the principal address of the forenoon session. Gene Wilson, Frankfort, fieldman, will report on membership accomplishments. After lunch, which will be served in the church dining room, Mrs. Richard Warren, Tippecanoe county women's public speaking •winner, will give her winning talk. James Murtaugh, president of the same county, will discuss state resolutions as adopted by the '57 delegate body. A panel, comprised of Paul Norris, director of organization of the state Bureau, Murtaugh, Peterson, Mrs, Viney, and Wilson as chair- maTi, will discuss state and national issues that affect agricul lure. Reservations for the luncheon should be made with the county women's leader of the several counties involved in the meeting, as soon as possible, since they must be reported finally by January 11. The district meeting isj open to all members of Farm Bu-j reaus and to anyone else interested. Garret f Kinnaman Claimed By Death Garrett Kinnaman, 213 Eel River avenue, a ticket taker at the State Theater for the past five years, died at 9:30 o'clock Friday night at the Hinckle nursing home Ladoga, Ind., where he had beer taken the previous day. A native of Cass county, he wa; the son of Daniel and Mary (John son) Kinnaman and was a member of the Christian Science church here. The deceased spent most of hi: life in Chicago as a Nationa Biscuit company salesman, reining and returning to this city five years ago. He was a member ol the Progress Masonic Lodge No, 954 in Chicago. Survivors are a sister, Mrs Mary Whitesell, 217V4 Eighth street and several nieces and nephews. . Friends may call at the Fisher funeral home and services will be held there at 5 p.m. Monday. The body will be taken to Chicago Tuesday for burial in Acacia Park Masonic cemetery. The family has requested thai flowers be omitted. Thieves Active In Miami Co. PE1RU — A thief stole a bin- fold containing $46.52 from the Roscoe Borden farm home on Route 5, about three miles south of Peru on the Strawtown Pike late Friday night and two attempts were made to crack safes at the Peru Lumber Company and the Northern Indiana Public Service Company on North Broadway Friday night or early Saturday. Mr. Borden told Sheriff Arthur Johns that his family had retired for the night when they heard noises downstairs. They investigated and found all the downstairs lights had been turned on. As the thief fled, he grabbed Mrs. MACHINISTS MEET HERE—From left, seated: Normal J. Crabill, v-p railroad machinists, Ft. j Borden's billfold. Mr. Borden fired former Illinois Governor Very 111 CHICAGO Wi — Former Gov. Dwight H. Green of Illinois was reported in weaker condition Saturday in Presbyterian Hospital where he is suffering from a malignant chest tumor. Green, a native of Lixonier, Ind., has been a Chicago lawyer since leaving the governor's office. Red Cross Uses $205 For Urgent Needs In December The Cass county chapter 'of Red Cross used $205.55 to meet emergency needs of servicemen and their families last month, according to the December report re: leased yesterday by Kay Royer, Red Cross executive secretary. The report said S32.50 was received in paymer.t on loans. Help was given to 24 cases in December for the first time, while! died~Friday"in a nursing home DIES AT 101 DANVILLE, 111. W—Delcrieh H. Wallace. 101, Veedersburg, Ind., Wayne; D. R. McConnell, v-p tool and die makers. South Bend; George Moser, v-p machinists at large Lawrenccburg, Ind.; Larry Cover, v-p production workers, Peru; Frank Hepperle, president Logansport Machinists union; William A. Heath, grand lodge, northern Indiana representative of JAM; standing: Landis E. Presslcr, scc.-treas. state council of Machinists; Kay C. Rlggs, v-p IAM non-partisan political league; H. J. Albcrtson, president political'league; Stanley Bland, district 90 IAM, Indianapolis; Forrest DeHaven, sentinel, local 450, Logansport. The group met at'AFL nail here yesterday to plan a state meeting at Indianapolis later. (Staff Photo) Funeral Rites Monday For Newton J. Smith WINAMAC — Funeral rites for Newton J. Smith. 68, route.2. Star City, who died at 5:15 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's hospital, Locans- port, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the Fry and Lange mortu- Stocks Make fast Comeback NEW YORK UPI—An astonished Wall Street Saturday found itself with the biggest weekly advance in the stock market for more than a year. The rise added an estimated $5,- Whirlpool Buys Serve/ Holdings EVANSVILLE, Ind. W) — Whirlpool Corp. announced Saturday it has paid $6,500,000 for all gas refrigerator and ice maker facilities of Servel Inc. The transaction includes a 750,000 square foot building on 2 A farmer, the deceased was the through the kitchen door. A chest of silver taken from a breakfront in the living room was found on on the kitchen table along with a small radio and an adding machine. The Peru Lumber Company was entered sometime between 5 and 8:30 p.m. Friday through a side door. It was discovered by a company official Olaf Hemdal. The gas office breakin was ^—..« . - « - - . found at 8 a.m. Saturday by one Stock Exchange, based on the ad-1 machinery, equipment, tools dies of ^ employes . PoUce believe arv the Rev Brvan Johnson in ™e rise added an estimated ?a,- «™ =yuaie "»"• ""-"""6 v". " charge and burial will be in the 100,000,000 to the quoted value of acres of land here, an adjoining St a 7citv I0 or c mety stocks listed on the New York; 4 acre parkin g _ lot and specialized a .12 gauge shotgun at the thief, but apparently missed him. Borden said the burglar made his escape in a car parked nearby. The Bordens got a good look at the young man and were able to give the Sheriff a description, six others were on a continuing basis. Civil defense police started a first aid class with Mrs. Pearl Roach instructing the advanced group. Tri Kappas Psi Otes, and War Mothers assisted with the bloodmobile visit, but only 75 pints were donaleo". Fifty-one pints of blood were used in local hospitals with more going to Indianapolis, Cleveland, and Rochester (Minn.) hospitals for Cass county residents. A group of volunteers went to the-Marion VA hospital with enter- here. Wallace, a native of Germany, operated a Veedersburg drug slore 65 years until his retirement about 17 years ago. UVti Llltt tJUtriUi a UCMJIipLiUM. LUC JYIOI iuu vn. tiu;>i.niaL wim cin-t*- Borden said that he gained entry! tainment and refreshments for 175 SUMMER, TRIMMER CABINET STYLING more PICTURE PICTURE Detail! THE F AIRFIELD . meas. 262 sq. In. rectangular picture eras. Available In at* tractive colors. 2 Greaf New Dm/*,/,**** NEW SUPER HORIZONTAL CHASSIS with Extended Band Vidfto Amplifier—allow! op to 350,000 more cycles of picture information to reach the TV icrcen for greater picture clctnil, depth, realism than ordinary narrow band TV receivers. Has 18,000 volts of picture power. NEW SUNSHINE PICTURE TUBR with new Zenith high speed electron gun that drives electrons against the screen hard and fait —pictures sparkle with bright highlights. New design eliminates troublesome ion trap magnet which, when improperly adjusted, causes low brightness, fuzzy detail. Tub* is shorter for slimmer cabinet styling. • Clniltns* Fact Olus • Spatllts Dial • Ton* Contrel • C»y Out Fact Glut • Pull-Push On/Off Knob • Top Tuning I**'. ZENITH PORTABLE TV AS LOW AS $139J95 TODD'S "THE STORE THAT SE*V)CE BUILT" East Market ' Phone 3300 son of John and Mary (True) ( Smith. He was a member of the! era j=, e ' vance in the Associated Press av-! anii inventory. Thnrnhope Methodist church. Survivors' are the widow, Nora; .wo sons, Paul of here and Lloyd of Star City; a daughter, Lenora Bowers, Lansing, 111.; seven grandchildren: two grcat-ffrandchildren; 'our brothers, Donald of Logans- r>ort, Harold and William of Star Cityi and Osta of North Jurtson; and two sisters, Mrs. Alberta Beckman of Winamac and Mrs, Nannie Mover of Logansport. Friends may call at the Fry and Lange funeral home. The AP 6-stock average climbed $4.70 to $159.00, its best rise since the week ended Dec. 8, 1956 when the market made a series of good daily advances based on technical factors and a better outlook in the m'd-East. Pennsy Hostler Harry Funk f state Is Valued At $5,000 Estate of the late Harry E. Funk, 82, who died Dec. 18, was valued at $5,000 in personal prop-, erty when it was filed for probate in Cass circuit court Saturday. A daughter, Mrs. Thelm-a Reed, of Rt. 4, Peru, was named to serve as administrator o£ tlie estate. The will loaves one-third of Ihe oroperty to the widow, Mary of Rt. 4. Logansport; and the remainder to three children, Mrs. Mabel Wilson of Rt. 5, city; Mrs. •ladys Rynearson of Rt. 4, Logansport and Mrs. Reed. j that both breakins were commit- patients. Christmas favors for the patients were made by a group of church women. A total of 127 families were cleared through the Red Cross for Christmas food baskets. Nine groups participated in giving the baskets. UPHOLSTERING! SOU North Strut Phon. 4789 ARCHITECT DEAD FRANKLIN, Ind. Wi—Frank B. Hunter, 74, a retired Indianapolis architect who designed the governor's mansion, died htre Satur, , - n n i t i. I tnat l/ULU ureell\liA3 w^io k.wjinni'. -•-- ~ ...... .„..,.., u .~ u ...._ ~— --It also includes all Serve patent ted by the same persons'. Combin-i day. His designs included the rights to the gas refrigerator and automatic ice maker. Q[1 both safes had been lo Take Pension Ettore Antolini, 67, engjne hostler for the Pennsylvania railroad, has applied for annuity under the Railroad Retirement Act effective at once, it is announced by Vic Tanguy, assistant chief clerk. j spoke up" for the" New York-boTn" I/opes To Sing ' Norma'QneTime for The Romans ROME UP) — Music lovers of Milan — the very soul of Italian opera—took up the cudgels Saturday for diva Maria Menechini Callas, now besieged by angry Romans. The man in the Milanese street courthouses in Greencastle and knocked off but the intruders were HuntingUm and the Broad Ripple unable to get inside. Nothing else swimming pool here, largest in was missing. Antolini, who resides at 1116 Twentieth street, has completed 48 years of service with the rail- 12-Inch Rain Hits South African Area JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (/p)_Torrential rains that followed a tornado have left about. 5,000 Africans homeless at Messina, about 300 miles northeast of Johannesburg. Reports reaching Johannesburg Saturday said Messina had more the state. Car Prowled While At RBM Plant Lot Mrs. Florence Ruffo, 1222 Spear street, told police Saturday morn- .ng that her auto had been entered sometime Friday night while parked at the RBM parking lot. She said a charcoal burner, a magazine ruck and a snow scraper had been taken. The car was parked in the lot between 4 p.m. Friday and 1:30 a.m. Saturday. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS HAMMOND GARAGE 1808 Clifton Ave. Phone 52229 jje was employed in June of 190 g as a trackman and worked until 1910 when he transferred to laborer, working in that capacity until 1913. He was promoted to hostler helper at that time and on July 1, 1915 was made hostler, a job he held until his retirement. Driver, Trucker Fined In local Justice Court Two men were fined in. justice of the peace court here yesterday when they pleaded guilty to traffic charges against them. Francis Finnell, 38, of 1615 George street, was fined $5 and costs for reckless driving. He was arrested by State Trooper John- Gaylor following an accident three miles north of here on U.S. 35 on Tuesday. Harley Beck, 37, Dallas, Texas, arrested yesterday by Trooper Dick Keyes for exceeding the truck speed limit, was fined |1 and costs. STINGELY RITES TODAY FULTON — Rites for Grover Stingely, 69, who died Friday at the home of his sister three miles east of here, will be held at 2 hour period—an inch and a half more than the town's average an* nual rainfall. Thousands of homes were washed away. soprano who remained secluded than 12 inches of rain during a 24- in a Roman hotel as crowds outside for the second day yowled, "Callas, get out of Rome." They love her in Milan, where she has sung at the famed La- Scala Opera. They believed her when she says it was bronchitis, not heckling, that caused her to quit after the first act of "Norma" at Rome's grand operatic opening Thursday night. Some of the hottest tempered Milanese saw in Home's reception of Miss Callas a recurrence of ancient rivalry between the industrial north and what Milanese sometimes call "bureaucratic Rome." Some said that the Roman reaction was the same as when they boo the Milan soccer team. "That's it," said one. "The Romans have considered Callas as a 'La Scala' singer and have given her the same reception they would give the Milan soccer team." Milan's important newspaper Corriere Delia Sera reported that a Callas fan who telephoned her in Rome quoted the diva as saying: "I want to stay in Rome until I feel better and can sing at .least in one performance of 'Norma' even if they receive me with shouts and whistles. I want to show the Roman public that what happened was not a whim—and p.m. today at the Ditmire funer-'that I am very g!ad to sing when al home. The deceased was a 1 1 am in good form. They must •T-iorviVkQT* i\f fhrt Tfrti whKo ftf T^vi\hi.ac haan TVI.JI " member of the Knights of Pythias. DRIVER CHARGED Leslie Hall, 29, of 1216 Wright, was charged with driving on an expired license by police yesterday as a result of a minor accident Thursday in Fourth street. WHEN AN AMBULANCE IS NEEDED coll No. 5154 Night or day, Kroeger Funeral Home provides on-the-spot ambulance service. Modern ambulance equipment- trained, experienced attendants and immediate service are available when this number is called. - KROEGER hear me." SPECIALS Mon.-Tues.-Wed. 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