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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 29, 1957
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PUBLIC Friday Evening, November 29, 1957. Russ Leaders Wish Ike Wei! President Receives Get Well Cables LONDON (UP) — Nikita S. Khrushchev and other ranking Soviet leaders sent get-well cables to President Eisenhower, it was announcd Thursday. Radio Moscow said the Communist Party secretary joined Presl dent Klimenti Voroshiloy and Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin in wishing the President a quick recovery. Khrushchev's message read: "Esteemed Mr. President, I am deeply distressed at the report of your illness. 1 am sending you heartfelt wishes for a speedy recovery." Said Voroshilov: 'I have learned about your illness with feelings of deep regret. I wish you a speedy recovery from all my heart, Bulganin's message said: "I have learned about your illness with distress, I wish you sincerely Grace English Expires At 49 Grace Lucille English, 49, of 414 Front street, died at 8:20 a.m. Thursday at the Memorial hospital. She was born on Dec. 16, 1:307, the daughter .of Thomas and Daisy (Bourne) Aldridge in Illinois. The well-known woman was a member of the Ninth street Christian church, the Order of the Eastern Star and the Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. The deceased is survived by her husband- William; two sons, Lester Bargfeldt. Crown Point, and Eugene Bargfeldt, of Logansport; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Hayes, Crown Point; and Mrs. Dorthy Ward of Logansport; two stepdaughters, Mrs .Velma Gerber and Mrs. Maxine Keller, both of Logansport. Nine grandchildren, one brother, Thomas Aldridge, ot Gary, Ind.. and one sister, Miss Dorothy Aldridge, of Michigan City also survive. Eastern Sta;: services will bd held at 7 p.m. Friday. White Shrim! a speedy recovery." i services will begin at 7:30 p.m. Soviet newspapers in Moscow' Friday. carried a four-paragraph report on; Funeral services will be held at the President's illness and saidil p.m. Saturday at the Fishe: that Eisenhower would not attend! funeral home with the Rev. Ken. the Dec 16 NATO summit confer- ineth Brady officiating. Burial will encc in Paris. be in Mount Hope cemetery. There was no editorial comment, j Friends may call at the funeral Mishap At Intersection As Driver's Foot Slips One little slip caused an accident at the corner of Sixth and North streets at 3:30 Wednesday afternoon. Lowell Hillis, 46, of 2508 East Broadway was drivir.g north on Sixth street and stopped at the home. Friends may call at th funral iiom. North street traffic Garnette Tabler, 46, light. Mrs. of route 1, city was driving behind Hillis. •ft r. tii. i_ JJUti miciui/uiai- unui uii. AJ.V.I uuii- She told police officers that as she d f£ Hii;k died on Jur;e Anna Hickman Expires At Home In Logansport Anna Hickman died at 5:45 Thursday ever.ing at her home at 10 East Linden avenue. She was born in Cass county the daughter of Alvie and Samau- thia (Lowman) Gotshall. Sh e was; a member of the Wheatland Avenue Methodfsi-. church. Her hu:>- Roby James Sentenced to Life Term LAPORTE (UP)—Roby James, 32, Gary, faced a future of life in prison today after his second trial ( _^ ^ ^ _„...,, in connection' with the robbery-JLaTona"" 33,""RosedaTe"' and""(Jus slaying o£ a bachelor farmer Oct. Tabor, 31, Terre Haute, clung to Hunter Drowns in Wabosh; Two Saved TEERE HAUTE (UP)—Searchers dragged the Wabash River today for the body of Robert Davis, 30, Terre Haute. Davis apparently drowned Wednesday when F. boat carrying three duck hunters overturned. His two companions, Bernard 7, 1956. A LaPorte Circuit Court jury found James guilty of first-degree murder Wednesday and ordered a life sentence in the fatal beating of Edward Turk, 63, at his Porter County farm home. Last February, a jury deadlocked during deliberations. Also murder shall Roberts, 38, and Stanley Broski, 42, both of Gary. •Broski still awaits trial and Roberts is serving a 2-21 year term for manslaughter. The prosecution said James and Roberts beat Turk when they were' discovered burglarizing the house. . The state charged Broski drove James and Roberts to the farm. This study of President Eisenhower was made as h« welcomed King Mohammed V of Morocco. Shortly after the welcoming; ceremony the chief executive suffered a cerebral occlusion. Doctors say that the president's chances for recovery are "excellent." the capsized boat for three and a half hours before a passer-by spotted them near West Union, 111. Davis was washed away. Thursday volunteers dragged the river near York, Illinois. . Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven Life Prison Term For Daughter Slayer INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—William Lee Jones, 21, Indianapolis, has received a life sentence in connection with the fatal beating of nis 3-year-old daughter, Brenda Kay, last Aug. 30. Criminal Court Judge Saul Rabb handed down the sentence Wednes- day after Jones pleaded guilty to second-degree murder charges. Jones said he had been drinking before the fatal beating. Jones said he hit Brenda Kay when she "wouldn't stop crying" si'ter she dropped her bottle. MISSLE SQUADRON OMAHA (UP) - The Strategic Air Command has announced it will activate its first missilo squadron Dec. lo. William Townsend, Retired Clerk, Dies William Isaac Townsend, 78, 1323 George street, died at 12:50 a.m. Thursday 'morning in a local hospital. He was a retired retail clerk. The deceased was born Dec. 23, 1878, in Tipton county, the son of John and Sabra- (Hoback) Townsend. His marriage was to Cordia Campbell on Oct. 7, 1931. in Logansport. Hits Fence In Wreck Near Twelve Mile The car driven by Donald Lee Hildebrandt, 16,, 502 Franklin street, sustained $250 damage in an accident on Ind. 16 Vi mile west of Twelve Mile early Thursday. Hildebrandt was driving west and tried to pass a veihicle ahead of him. Seeing an approaching car, he swung tp the right and hit a ditch and a fence bej'ond It. The " * . IT- ». i • *r uttUJi atiu a icti^.^7 t/cjunu it. J.J»ST Surviving in addition to his wife j f damaged to an extent are 'two sons: Virgil R. of Barne, t Corn Allotment in Indiana Reduced WASHINGTON (UP)—Indiana's allotment for its commercial corn n 1958 will be 3,097,900 acres com pared with 3,016,533 this year. The increase' was in line with :he national trend announced by :he Agriculture Department Wednesday. The nation's commercial corn acreage allotments next year will total 38,818,381 in 26 states. The figure is 1,529,492 acres more than 1957. Indiana trailed only Iowa, Illinois, Nebraska and Minnesota in commercial allotments. Firemen Answer One Call on Thanksgiving City firemen answered one alarm Thanksgiving Day, at 8:40 a.m. when they went to the W. C. Otterman residence, 2025 East Broad- vay, where a short in an electric icater set fire to some papers eaning against it, causing minor smoke damage. They extinguished a trash fire at 18 East Ottawa at 1:40 p.m. Wednesday, and stood by at the Donald Oakes home, 1233 Erie avenue, while a flue burned out at 7:30 o'clock that evening. Grove, -Calif., and John tried to stop, her foot slipped from the brake pedal to the accelerator. The car lurched ahead and dented the left rear fender and tail light of the Hillis car. Mrs. Tabler's car suffered a dented left front fender, grill, hood and radiator. Surviving are two daughter;:: Mrs. Gladys J. Norman, of Fort Wayne; and Mrs. Beatrice Tangy, 2115 East Broadway, Logansport; two grandchildren, Robert Tangy, of Abilene, Tex., and Chloe Arm Ex-Logansport Man Dies In Milwaukee Charles J. Artrip, 56, who was born in Logansport in 1901, died in Milwaukee, Wis., at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. He was employed as a machinist. The deceased was born ti Benjamin 1 and Margaret (Ulrich) Artrip. Surviving are the wife, Edna, two sons, Charles, and Richard, one daughter, Mary, seven grandchildren. One sister, Mrs. Mary Watson, and three brothers, ..Robert, Raymond, and George, all Li- gansport residents as well as nieces and nephews also survive. His body is at the Nero funeral home in Milwaukee. Burial will be in a Milwaukee cemetery. Tangy Two of Logansport. great-grandchildren and .wo sisters, Mrs. Fred Seybold, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Mrs. Walter Hcppe, 2512 East'BroadWiiy and one brother, Fred Gotshall, of Oakland, Calif.,.also survive. Final rites are pending. Friends may call at the Fisher funeral home after 1 p.m. Friday. Son Of Wabash Couple Dies At Hospital PERU, Ind.—Garf Ray Higgenbotham, nine-month.s-old son of Harold ar.d Sandra (Pope) Higgenbothem of Wabash, died at the Wabash county hospital at noon Wednesday after a six day illness. He was born in Peru on Jan. 8 of this year. Surviving in addition to the parents are the grandparents, Mrs. Cecil Pope and Mrs. Chester Guinn, both of Peru, ar.d Herbert Higgenbotham of Cookville, Tenn. Services will be held at the Drake-Flowers chapel at 3 p.m. Saturday wit hthe Rev. Avery Miley officiating. Burial will be in. the Mount Hope cemetery. Friends I may call at the funeral home after' 10 a.m. Friday. Driver Falls Asleep; Car A Total Loss Charles E. Graham, 25, of Delphi, home from the Air Force, fell asleep as he was driving or; Ind. 16 one mile east of Metea early Thursday morning. His car slid through the ditch, beside the rond, hit an electric power line and continued on into a fence breaking off two posts and knocking down four rods of fence. Doyle Haws 1 , 24, also of Delphi, a passenger in the car with Graham, sustained a broken riose in ^ m j shap _ Graham was uninjured. The car was a total loss. Deputy George Shanks investi- children children. and One eight great-grandson, two brothers, E or 01 * 40 grand- Bil1 Strahlen and James Barnes and two sisters preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at p.m. Saturday at the Fisher funeral home with the Rev. Ralph Hoffman officiating. Burial will be in the Walton cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Antiques Expert, Dies Of Lingering Illness GAjLVESTON, Ind.—Atsie Beckett Lawrence. 67, died at her resi of Logansport, passengers in the HUdebrandt car were uninjured. Deputy George Shanks ' investigated. Driver Hits Bridge To Avert Collision The car driven by La Moyne 0. Fawley, 39, of 910 State street, sustained $100 damage according to investigating officers when it hil the Deer Creek bridgn about 5:55 AMERICAN FLIER KILLED HUCKNEALL, England (UP)— A RAF twin-jet vertical takeoff "Flying Bedstead" crashed Thurs day on a trial flight, killings its American-born pilot, Wing Cmdr Gordon Larson. Larsen, 41, (no •hometown available), has lived in England for years. He won the. Distinguished Flying Cross during I World War- II with the RAOT. FINISHES SCHOOL Pvt. Frankie Joseph, son of Mrs. Sadie Joseph of Medaryville, was recently graduated from an eight- week amphibious truck driving course at Fort Story, Virginia. Pvt. Joseph attended Medaryville high school and entered the Army last May, receiving his basic training at Fort Polk, Louisiana. NOTICE TO BTDDBHS Notice Is hereby given that tile Board of Trustees o£ tho.Louans- Iiort Public Library, Cuss County, Indiana, win receive sealed bids for books for the year 1S68, up to 5:00 P. JI. December 9, 13E7, at the library building. Detailed specifications are on tile at the library. The Library Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. TRUSTEES OV LOGANSPORT TRUSTEES OI-* PUBLIC L113RARY The All New and Beautiful Cjowrmet oom 22-20 PRIVATi PARTIES Accommodations to 100 NOW BOOKING RESERVATIONS Phone 4793 R. W. Fernbaugh, Mgr. MISSES CURVE A traffic mishap early Thursday Wednesday. The right'front fender (resulted when a 1051 model car and headlight were broken. driven by Eugene Moyer, Jr., of gated. after a lingering illness. The victim was known for her lectures on antiques. The deceased was born to H. C. and Lydia Beckett on June 13, 1890 in Shelby county, 111. She was married to Glen C. Lawrence on June 8, 1913. Surviving are: Tre husband; one son, Reginald, of'Galveston; one grandson, Larry, of Galveston; one aunt .Maude Slater, of Macon, 111.; and an! uncle, William Beckett, of Tana, 111. Rev. William Simpson will conduct final rites Saturday at 11:00 p.m. at the Thomas funeral home. Burial will be at the Galveston cemetery. Friends may call after noon today at the funeral home. Fawley was driving on U.S_. 29 and met Harold Myers, of Galveston driving the opposite direction. it appeared that the two cars would collide, and hit the bridge abutment. No one was injured. Deputy George Shanks investigated. Read the Classified Ads Peru, missed a curve on U.S. 35 one mile cast of the Hawkins stockyards. No one was injured, Deputy George Shanks said. For The "Man" in your life ... LAYAWAY NOW READY-MIX CONCRETE TRUCK $7.95 SPORTLAND 5T5 Broadway Phone 2310 The Largest 'Sporting Goods and Toy Store in logansport A Small Deposit Holds Any Layawuy GASH IFOR LAST MINUTE PURCHASES! SELL THINGS THROUGH CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 4141 So very masculine, and so very attractive. With his Initial . SIGNET RING $22 "Your Credit tl Good at" FERNBAUGH'S JEWELRY STORE 416 E. Broadway Let's talk prices! 1958 EDSEL PRICES START WITH THE "LOW-PRICED THREE" ~: ,,-,.. ..-..^,TJpSl^jfrV li- '-,-}, ' '• * • ,li!::1ilSl!!MM : i , ,-". Ed i eix aa ger24oor Sedan Et'sel Pacer 2-door Hardtop Edsel Corsair 2-door Hardtop Edsel Citation Convertible SEE AHD DRIVE AN EDSEL TODAY-NOBODY CAN GIVE YOU A BETTER DEAL THAN YOUR EDSEL DEALER SHILLING AUTO SALES Highway 24 at W. Linden Ave., Logansport, Ind. BOTH with Automatic Fabric Control NOW at ONE low combination price 2-cycle dryer-each with heat or air • Normal cycta or Amazing new Automatic Fabric Control takee all the doubt out of washday! On the washer, it automatically selects the right washing cycle, waiar temperature, washing tune. On the dryer, it gives you the right cycle, time, heat and finish. No guesswork ever—no costly mistakes*! See the washer and dryer that think for themselves—the new RCA WHIRLPOOL Imperial pair, in white porcelain enamel or color at no extra cost. Small Down Payment DELIVERS TOMORROW! No money down il you trade! BARNETTS BARGAIN BARN 416 S. Third Phon« 2*21

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