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Wednesday Evening, November 27,1957. Latest Market Reports MEMO TO INVESTORS. Life insurance stocks are up far above average industrials. 150 '43 '15 '47 '49 '51 '53 '35 '57 TIAXLT DATA : Standard ft Poor GREETS LOGANSPORT VISITOR FROM SUDAN PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No, 1 18.75 190 to 220 1«.25 220 to 240 18.00 240 to 260 > 17.50 260 to 280 17.25 280 to 300 17.00 Sows 16.00 down- Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags - 7.0040.00; Chane* Semi. Gordon 1 T prfmrn*^ 8 '* ^^^ ,, i Boy, ttrfderfoot'badges; Dick John- uegnorn nens -" Ngal Mooyi Tom wjldermuth Heavy Hens 15 and Jjim Br0lWn , se dond class badges: Steve Ward, Jim Lowes and Boy Scouts Of Troop 5 Get Awards Awards for 'boy scouts fromj Troop 5 were presented Tuesday | night at a Court of Honor at the Ninth street Christian church. The Iroop was presented with a Boys Life pennant and a God and Country plaque for meeting national standards for the two programs. A renewal of the troop charter was presented by Overton Hers'hberger, council advancement chairman. Commissioner Willkim Gardner conducted the installation of committeemen and scoutmaster Jack Drompp, and awarded adult registration cards. Bernard Lowes, chairman of the troc-p committee, accepted the awards and gave registration cards to members of the troop. The Court of Honor was presided over by Drompp, who gave awards to the following scouts: Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirty-fivt Hawkins Stockyards Meat type above quotations 190 to 220 18.00 220 to 2-10 , 17.75 240 to 260 17.35 260 to 280 17.10 280 to 300 16.75 Sows ..-. 15.50 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal I9.on Third Street Market Veal3 '••• -20 Lambs 18 Veal Hides 12 Beef Hides Eggs ..» ' .04 .33 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 13 Heavy Hens 15 CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 7,500; 50-75 higher; No. 1-3, 200-230 Ibs 18.25-19.25; 240-260 Ibs 8.00-18.35. Cattle 13,000, calves 300; steers grading average choice and better 50-75 higher, low choice and below steady to 50 higher; heifers 50-75 higher; vealers, stockers and feeders steady; high choice and prime steers 26.50 - 28.50; bulk choice 24.75-26.25; good and choice 23.0024.50; standard to low good 19.0022.75; high choice and prime heifers 25.00-26.75; good and choice 23.00-24.75; good 'and choice veal- ers 25.00-28.00. Sheep 2,000; Iambs 50 higher; fully steady; good to prime wooled lambs 22.00-23.10; deck oi choice fall shorn lambs 22.00. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Live- Sieve Morton, first class badges and merit badges in first aid. Committeemen assisting in the program were Richard Rammel, John Arnold, Don Boxell and the Rev. Kenneth Brady. Tom Brown, junior assistant scoutmaster, was master of ceremonies. Senior pa- Irol leader Bill Jackson was^ in charge of the. opening ceremonies. Special Program At Riley School Students at Riley junior high school presented a Thanksgvnng program Tuesday at the school, with a choir of eight grade students singing a nnmber of hymns. Michael Babb read a message on the reason for Thanksgiving, and Sandra Dilling explained how the song "America the Beautiful was written. Sandra Rose read a Thanksgiving prayer and Gaynel Fqss played special numbers on the accordion. Tom Paul served as announcer. Teachers arranging the program were Mrs. Hazel Fisher, Miss Thelma Nicholas, Miss Frances Flory and John Marocco. ' A' similar program was held Wednesday morning for pupils of Franklin grade school. Third grade pupils were in charge. Two Traffic Mishaps Investigated by Police Two traffic accidents were investigated by .city police Wednesday morning. No injuries were reported. HIGH SCHOOL List Winners in Junior Class Magazine Sale Nixon Aids White House 'Assumed None Of Ike's Duties WASHINGTON (UP)—Vice Pres- KRAUT Funeral services for Dora Hart- mau Kraut, who died Sunday in ident Richard M. Nixon returned ; Santa Cruz, Calif., will be at 2:30 :o the White House today to help p.m. Saturday at the St. James keep things running smoothly dur- Lutheran church, with the Rev. ing President Eisenhower'! illness. Alfred Gerni officiating. Friends stock: I Jesse Ayres, 66, of 1424 Smead Hogs 5,500; 25-50 higher; 180-260 street, was driving west on Broad' Ib 18.50-19.25; 260-290 Ib 18.25-18.75; over 300 Ib 17.25-17.50; 120-160-lb 16.00-17.00; 160-170 lb 17.50. Cattle 1,200; calves 200; steady to 25 higher; choice to low prime steers 24.50-26.00; standard to good 20.00-24.50; standard to good heifers 19.00-23.50; vealers fully steady, good and choice 24.0028.50; prime to 29.50. Sheep 1.000; steady; good and choice wooled shorn lambs 21.5023.00. Wed . _ . . Service. Ho will speak at 8 o'clock Friday evening at the local Greater Mt. Zion Apostolic church. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Deaths and Funerals Nixon, who spent most of Tuesday at the White House, has assumed none of Eisenhower's official duties. He said this would require a delegation of authority from the President himself and there has been none. But he told newsmen when he arrived at 7:40 a.m. c.s.t. that he would confer on "legislative matters" in connection with the scheduled Dec. 3 conference with congressional leaders. And he said he might sit in, if necessary, at today's meeting between King Mohammed V of Morocco and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. He said he did not expect to see the President since there was "nothing to refer to the president at this time." Pierceton, Ind., Rail Worker Dies Here A Pennsylvania Railroad track foreman was dead on arrival at St. Joseph's hospital Tuesday af- way and started to turn right onto Fifth street, when a boy riding a bicycle tried to pass the car on the right side and struck the right front fender, at 8:05 a. m. The boy, James Carroll, of 115Vi Ninth street, was unhurt. An eave along the bottom of the Wabash railroad underpass on Biddies Island was torn loose at 9:21 a. m. when a s'ercri loaded wish Christmas trees failed to clear the underpass. The load caught on the railroad span as the truck, driven by Calvin Meengs, 28, Zeeland, Mich., started under it headed south. Funeral SHAW services Two Wives Given Divorce Decrees Two divorces were granted Wednesday by Judge Clifford 0. Wild in the Cass circuit court. Mrs. Eva M. Barnes was awarded a divorce from James R. Barnes. She also was given custody of their daughter and $40 per month for the child's support. O'Neill and O'Neill were the attorneys 'for the plaintiff, Mrs. Bonnie Hardy was grantee a decree from Carl Hardy, Jr. along with custody of their son and $10 per week for the child's! Little Theatre Ex-Rochester Man ternoon after becoming ill while| Dies in Michigan working east of Logansport. Fred Baker, 50, of Pierceton, Ind., was taken to St. Joseph's hospital in the Kroeger ambulance, ROCHESTER — Graveside rites for Charles Pontius, 79, a former Fulton county man who died Tues- CLOSED FOR HOLIDAY The local office of the Indiana Employment Security Division will be closed from Wednesday afternoon until Monday morning, in observance of Thanksgiving Day. Rochester cemetery with the which met him near the Broad j day in Kalkaska, Mich., will be Ripple bridge, east of Logans-1 conducted at ^J?-™^Friday at the port in Clay township. ''"--'---'— T "^ <•-- «..".» Attendants said Baker apparently died of a heart attack. The body was released to the Breading funeral home, of Pierceton. Rev. George Crane in charge. Friends may call at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home after 7 p.m. Thursday. Pontius, who formerly resided in the Mount Olive community near Rochester, is survived by his wife, Charlotte Ebor Pontius, and several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Berg- Schwartz funeral home, where services were conducted Wednesday. may call at the McC'loskey-Ham- ilton funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. FOUST Final rites for Rufus L. Foust. 72, of 1324 Spear street, will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Chase- Miller chapel. The Rev. H. H. Hashberger will officiate. The Eagles lodge will hold services at 7 p.m. Wednesday, and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 109 will conduct rites at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in the I.O.O.F cemetery in Amboy, Ind. Stock Market Recovering In Trading Today Optimistic News Of Eisenhower Spurs New York Market By ELMER C. WALZEB United Press Financial Editor NEW YORK (UP) — The stock | Grusenmeyer told his wife that market rebounded sharply today ij, e cou idn't understand what made Top salesmen in the recent magazine subscription sale of the junior class of Logansport high school received awards Tuesday in the the school auditorium. Lou Polsinelli, who outsold all other students during the drive, won a Hi-Fi record player and a sot-of luggage. He sold $441.36 in subscriptions. Others among the lop ten salesmen were Dick Douglass, Charles Davidson, Edward Fasnacht, Beth Watts, Barbara Shaw, Juanita Me- Closkey, Karen Felker.and Joyce Hollingsworth. They received prizes ranging from portable typewriters to cameras and radios. j Sales of $100 or more were made ] by 22 juniors, while 127 sold S30 or more in subscriptions. Pearl Newcomb, junior class sponsor, said eight home rooms reached their goals during the campaign. She said more than two-thirds of the class members took part in the sale. Students selling $30 or more were: Jane Conrad, Judy Cunningham, Mona DeGenova, Marilyn! v --------T C( , one brother> Dodrill, Judy Dunn, Janet Eller, , F ° Mmer 1007 Eric avcm i e; one Annamae Fairchild Edward Fas- L h \ r bonnabclle O f Denver; nacht Mary Jo Qualio Janet »> > cousjns of Schaffer, Phyllis Ricci, Tom Shook, DeWayne McClabe, Bar- 3ara Shaw, Nancy Rozzi, Carol Setllemeyer, Jim Michael, Julie Rittenhouse, Joanne Schreyer, Dot- lie Chilcott, Marion Benner, Carolyn Conn, Michael Cart, Barbara Booher, Judy Allen. Charmaine 'Belcher, Elizabeth Fraudulent Check Charge to Be Filed A charge of issuing a fraudulent check will be filed against Kay Amir-Sehi, 22, of Oklahoma City, in the Cass circuit, court Friday, Deputy Prosecutor Frank Tolbert said Wednesday. She is expected to be arraigned at that time. _ The woman, who was here wiln a magazine sales crew, allegedly admitted passing three fraudulent checks here. She has been held in the Cass county jail since her arrest Friday, Nov. 22, by city police. The fraudulent check charge carries a penalty of one to 10 year! imprisonment upon convictio'n. Mrs. Carey Shilling Dies at Denver, Colo. Word was received here that Mrs.. Carey Shilling, former resident ar,d native of Logansport, d;ed today at Denver, Colo. She port. Her husband Charles and a son are dead. Funeral will be in Der.ver. The body will be returned to Logansport for bruial here. See Strange Object in Sky Several local people who have been skeptical about previous flying saucer reports throughout the United States are beginning to believe there may be some basis for them after all. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grusen£S£. ^er^Tlhf £ iTudy Obenchain, Judy Pas^ale, gansport Country club Saturday I Louell Pmney, "»-'•• * « - * evening at 7:30 o'clock when Mr. M """" <"""""• Personal S. H. Johnson, 116 East Clay Ce > ii'ters""judy"'"poTsi'nelli,""Mme street, was taken to the Tiplon Brugh, Bill Bowyer, James Bain, Babs ' Beaver, Connie Strasser, Sharon Thomas, Bonita Wakemnn, Helen Werner, Kathy While, Jeanie Yoder, Jerry Hall, Mark Armick, Jerry Baldini, Bill Firmani, Louis Polsinelli, Dor; Pugh, Dick Medlar.d, Robert Neher, Larry pttinger, Garry Blackman, Mark Brown, Mary Molique, Kay Moon Dave Morton, Bonnie Mur- -. phey,' Ed Nichols, Sandra Noakes, '"" Q"''<""g. hospital, Tipton, Indiana, receni> ly for observation. WILL BUILD CARPORT A building permit was issue* Wednesday to Joe Coslello, 229 West Main street, to build a carport at an estimated cost of $150. Permits were also issue;! for th3 electrical work on Memorial hos- special SPENCER Last rites lor Charles B. Spencer, 73, of 321 Burlington avenue, were held Wednesday afternoon at the McCldskey-JIamir.on funeral home, with the Rev. Raymond EchoLs officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. from the drubbing it took Tuesday on the delayed announcement of the President's illness. The optimistic tenor ol the latest medical bulletins and a number of "good bargains" attracted buying. Individual gains, around noon ran to $7 in Gulf Oil, and to SO or more in Amerada and International Business Machines. There were numerous gains of P2, $3, $4 and $5 in the main list. All groups took part in the rally, with oils and aircrafts among the eaders. Reports Sway Prices The advance restored more than four billion dollars to market for George Shaw, 77, 'of route 2, Galveston, will be at' 1:30 p.m. Friday at the- Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Harry Rea' officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in the Zion cemetery, near Bringhurst. support. Hanna and Small were the attorneys for the plaintiff. Asks $1130 in Suit For Support Money Mrs. Heien Wiseley asks judge- ment for $1,130 in a suit agEiinst Donald Martin Hall filed Wednesday in the Cass circuit court- She asserts on Oct. 10, 1952, the •court ordered Hall to pay $5 per week for the support of her minor child and that he now owes $1,010 in back payments. She asserts she also is entitled to $120 interest. The complaint was filed through the law firm of O'Neill and'O'Neill. 15 OHIO FLU DEATKG CHICAGO (>UP) — The nationwide death toll from flu and its complications stood at 1,325" today, according to a United Press survey, with the addition of 15 more flu fatalities in Ohio. his car lights keep blinking. Just then Mrs.' Grusenmeyer noticed a strange object in tbe sky moving slowly to the west ahead of them. She said it was a clear night but the object appeared in the form of a veiled light, It had no particular shape, she reported. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson also reported that they had seen the object. Local Girl Breaks Leg While Skiing Miss Jayne Mehaffie, 19, daugh-jpj'g'^ a "nines values. Tuesday's sharp decline | ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. I EUen Fos ] eri wiped almost five billion dollars j Mehaffie, 3219 East Broadway, is Nancy Shaver, Cabiness, Dick Douglass, Courtney Justice, Dixie Keplinger, Sharon King, Jane Kobel, Beth Lehman, Jean Liming, Dave Lybrook, Judy Madonna, Juanita McCloskey. Linda Mclntyre, Sandra Me Millen, Patricia Melvin, Don Kesler, Sherry Loser, Phillys Jargstorf, Sandra McNutt, Tom Hayward, Mike Mader, Gery McClure, Phil McClintock, Larry Kitchel, Marsha Gallane, Beth Neher. Jim. Sweet, Janet Tallman, Jim Tribbett, Nancy Van Allen, Stephen Voorhees, Barbara Watterson, Betsy Watts, Roger Webster, Bill White, John White, Diane Yerkes. Ben Zandy, Richard Williams, Kenny Randolph, Sharon Hardin, Dillman, Mary Helvie, Jim 5,000-FEET-HIGH RIDGE TRICKS UP OCEAN CURRENT NORTH OF POINT BARROW W THERE IS ATMOSPHERE, THOUSH VERY SPARSE, IN ALL SOLAR SYSTEM 8-MILE-A-DAY OCEAN CURRENT FLOWS 9 000 FEET UNDER GULF STREAM, WHICH FLOWS IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION To Begin Casting For First Play Casting for the firsl: Logansport Little Theatre production will begin in December, with Mel Clark as director, it was announced following a meeting of the group Tuesday night. The production will be presented in March. . Ronald Hunter wan named assistant director and Hodney Renshaw was named stage manager. A script is expected to be selected within the next few weeks. Weekly meetings of the Little Theatre group will bo held in the future at 7:30 p. m. Thursday in the city building, tacept next week when a workshop will be held at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in. the chapel of the Logauiioort state hospital. Several patients will present a skit at that time as . a dramatic workshop. from values. Tuesday, the tape was so late at the close that it took 25 minutes before the last quotaion was prin- ed. Pacific 'Coast stocks fell behind, too, and closed lower after trading in New York ended. Gulf Oil sparked the rise with a gain of 7 points. Amerada climbed 6>/4. Barber rose 4% and Skelly, Cities Service and Union Oil of California all rose around 3 or more each. Doug'.as ran up 5 in the aircrafts and Zenith rase 5% in. the television-electronics group. Volatile Lukens Steel jumped 4% to highlight its group. Wheeling also rose more than 4 in the steels. Du Pont rose more than 2 in the chemicals. American Home Products added 4 in the Pharmaceuticals. Newport News Shipbuilding added 4% in its group and National Lead featured the metals with a 4-point gain. Railroad shares met support and gains of around a point or more were fairly numerous. The noon Dow Jones averages were: Industrials 443.3i, up 7.98; rails 102.41, up'2.48; utilities 67.30, up 0.61; stocks 148.26, up 2.59, j convalescing in St. Luke's hospital, Denver, Colo., after suffer- a broken leg while skiing Saturday afternoon. A sophomore in the University of Colorado at Boulder, Miss Jfie- haffie will be in the hospital a week and then will be on. crutches for six weeks. Board to Act Upon Transfer Requests Requested transfers of funds totaling $285 will be acted upon by Jackson, Judy Daugherty, Jim Conrad, Pat Crisman, Charles Davidson, Jeff Eno, Karen Felker, Betty Fitzer, Sue Fitzgerald, Linda Fosler, Joann Glasson, Sally Gohl, Fred Hanna, Panny Harrison, Nancy Hauss, Gene Helvie, Joyce Hollingsworth, Harry Richter, Martha Jacot, Patricia Melvin, Ed Nichols and Carol Keener. REPORTS THEFT Mrs; George Thomas, route 5, city, Wednesday morning reported to city police that three cartons of nuts owned by the Girl Scouts, the Royal Center-Boone township j valued at $3 a carton, were miss- library board at a meeting to be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, according to the announcement of M. W. House, president. The requests include; $185 for books, $75 for equipment, $15 for office supplies, and $10 for rents and fees. NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN LIGHTS, CAUSED BY SUN RADIATIONS, FLARE UP AT SAME TIMS: EARTH'S MAGNETIC FIELD SHUNTS THEM TOWARD THE POLES LIVING MARINE ANIMALS CAN BE BROUGHT FROM 16,200 FEET UNDER WITHOUT EXPLODING ANTARCTIC ICE. IS 10,000 FEET THICK: SOLID GROUND IS 5 000 FEET BELOW SEA LEVEL, WHICH MAY MEAN ICE WEIGHT HAS PUSHED DOWN THE EARTH'S CRUST ICE BORINGS CAN BE READ LIKE TREE RINGS TO LEARN WEATHER OF PAST AGES MAGNETIC EQUATOR DOESN'T FOLLOW GEOGRAPHIC EQUATOR; IT WIGGLES ALONG SOMETIMES TO NORTH.'SOMETIMES SOUTH WHAT'S WITH IGY7—Here are a few ol the scientific facts garnered by International Geopnysical Year, which still has til) Dec. 31, 1858, to-run. There are a lot more facts, too ... lie thermometer hit 1024 degrees below aero at the South Pole last: Sept 17 ... water In the ocean depths Isn't changing places with surface water as fast as It used to. We still have a lot of sput- gijc knowledge coming, from oura when we get it launched, or maybe toe Russians', if they'll tell. Happy Birthday For Gov. Handley INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Governor ' Handley's 48th birthday anniversary today sparked a surprise party in his "office by members of his staff. The staff walked in and sang "Happy Birthday". Then Oliver (Ding.Dong) Bell, the governor's messenger, sang it £,s a solo. Handley's wife, Barbara, was in the group. A cake was cut and Six-Week-Old Boy Dies at Camden CAMDEN — David Wayne Crrpe, six-weeks-old son of Wayne ant Alice Bighler Cripe, died at 11 p.m. Tuesday at his home in Camden. He was bora Oct. 15 at Memorial hospital in Logansport, and was baptized at 'St. Peter's . Lutheran church in Camden. Surviving besides' the parents are a sister, Cindy Sue; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bighler, Camden, and Mr. and •Mrs. Harold Crip'e, route 2, Galveston; and six great grandparents. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Gentry funeral •home, where services will be held at' 10 a.m. Thursday. The Rev. William Moschell will officiate. ing from her station wagon. She said the nuts were apparently token Monday night while the vehicle Was parked at Twenty-first and Broadway. BARS OF JUSTICE —Photographer William Stacey, 24, peers from his cell In Chicago after arraignment on charge of mur-~ der in the beating and strangle' Idlling of 16-year-old Mrs. Darleyne Todd, an expectant mother. Stacey admitted ho was a1^ the Todd home to photograph the Todds' 6-month-old baby, and that he got the urge to attack Mrs. Todd when her robe fell open while sho was arranging tbo baby for tha pictures. (International) New Orleans is 1,703 nautical miles from New York. SALE CALENDAR Nov. 30—Lela M. Sterrett Estate Ray Booth, Auct. Dec. 6—Mrs. Chester Martin Roy Crume Deo. 6—Joe's Auction Teel coffee served with it, A 'few state I tery, officials dropped in to offer best | wishes. ' Handley found several greetings on his desk when he arrived for work. One was from his dog, a boxer named "Chief." It said: Burial will be in Camden ceme- "Happy birthday, from one 'Chief dog." to another. Your faithful RELEASE CHRI. A 17-year-old Detroit girl, held here since Monday afternoon as a runaway, was released to her parents Wednesday morning by city police. The girl and her companion, an 18-year-old Detroit girl, turned themselves in at.tiie station as runaways Monday. Seek Unidentified Delphi Assailant DELPHI — A search by police is underway here for an unidentified man who knocked a 12 year old girl.to the street and accosted two others Monday night. f One girl was going home from trie library when the man stepped from his car and hit her.. When she screamed he ran. The other two girls were not hurt. Read the Classified Ads RUBBER WEATHER BOOTS 88 Regularly $4.99 Same Style NYLON BOOT $4.88 Regularly $5.99 Keep your feet warm and dry in attractive Rubber Weather Boots . . . lined with soft fleece and trimmed with flattering fur cuffs.! • Block or Brown In slin 4 lo 9; FAMIIY SHOE DEPT.