Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 19, 1958 · Page 48
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 48

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 19, 1958
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UXHNSPORT PUBLIC LiBRAR' PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAKOS-TB1BUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1S5S. Vets Orphan Aid Being Overlooked The Veterans Administration believes there are several eligible Hoosier families who are not applying for government aid for child education, the Red Cross reported. Those eligible for Orphan Education under Public Law No. 634 are: "Child of a person who died of service incurred disability •which was incurred or aggravated during wartime service." The VA said it believes there are 1,800 to 2,000 eligible' children in the state, but only 106 applications ihave been received, it was reported. Each child receives up to $110 monthly for educational purposes, under the congressional act. Persons may seek applications by contacting the Red Cross office in the city building. Harry Ellis Services To Be Monday At Peru PERU — Final rites for Harry Glen Ellis, 64, 534 Jefferson, who died-Friday at Veterans hospital, Ft. Wayne, after a two weeks' illness, will be at three o'clock Monday at the Drake-Flowers funeral home. Friends may call after ten o'clock today at the funeral home. Survivors are a brother, Clarence; a sister, Mrs. W, A. Comer, both of here. He was a resident of Miami and Wabash counties most of his life and a veteran of World War 1. YMCA Basketball Slate for Monday Here is the YMCA basketball schedule for Monday evening: A League 6 p.m.—Stars, vs. filers. 6:45 p.m.—Vikings vs. Boozers. B League 7:30 p.m.—Terrors vs. Powerhouse. , 8:15'p.m.—Hawks vs. Grinders. FUR STORAGE SALE STARTS Monday, Jan. 20 COATS JACKETS STOIES Logan Fur Service 521 High Ph. 3632 KOOL-VENT o( Lagansport AWNINGS AND CANOPIES "Capital" Aluminum Comb. Storm Doors and Windows 511 Erie Phone 3650 Grass Creek Man On Dad's Club Board Robert Thomas, Grass Creek, is one of 12 newly elected members of the Indiana Central College Dad's Club board of directors. He will hold office during the coming year. Thomas' son, Loren, is a freshman at ICC. Club projects for the year will he to provide a Scoreboard for the r,ew athletic field and gymnasium at Central, furnish uniforms and equipment for 1 the color guard, and purchase additional band uniforms, a continuation of last year's .project. > -, ART EXHIBIT—Vivian Edkins, (left) and Mrs. Jerry Henrieks display their works of art at the exhibit held Friday and Saturday evening at the home of Pete Can-, 403 Tenth. Both are mem- bers of Carr's art class. The Edkins work is an abstract still life and the Henrieks work is entitled "Three Monks." The exhibit ends this afternoon. (Staff Photo) Deaths WARD Final services for Mrs. Minnie F. Ward, 87, widow of Ora A. Ward, will be at two o'clock Monday' at the Salem Methodist church. The Reverend V. 0. Vernon of Columbia City will officiate and'burial will be in Miller cemetery. Friends may call' at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home. The body will lie in state at the church one hour before services. INSULATE SAVE FUEL! ROSS REID RFG. CO. —Phone 3388— . \ Fxpccf 5,200 Af GOP$IOO Dinner CHICAGO W—Republicans Saturday figured they will have a I crowd of 5,200 at their $100-a-plate' dinner Monday in the Interaation-, al Amphitheater. | The dinner, sponsored by the j United Republican Fund of Illi-! nois, will feature speeches by> President Eisenhower, Illinois \ Gov. William G. Stratton and Sen. \ Everett Dirksen (R-I11.) The . President's address and short speeches from GOP dinners elsewhere will be carried by NBC radio and television networks from 9:30 to 10 p.m. EST. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Parker & Ira Cre* INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3758 214!* 4th . In Memory of my husband, Ross A. Montgomery, who passed away three years ago, Jan. 20th, 1955: Just a thot of sweet remembrance Just a memory fond and true J.ust a token of affection And a heartache still for you. —Mabel. Wife Carves Actor With Gift Knives HOLLYWOOD UK—A statuesque brunette was held in jail today, charged with carving up her actor husband with a pair of steak knives he gave her for Christmas. Allan H. Nixon, former husband of actress Marie Wilson, was treated at Hollywood Receiving Hospital for cuts on the shoulders, wrist and legs after the altercation with his wife, Veida Nixon, 30. Mrs. Nixon, a former model, was booked on suspicion of assault with intent to commit murder. Officers said shr told them she wielded the ivory-handled knives against Nixon twice, once at the height of an argument and the second time when he returned to the apartment to get his clothes. "I knew that in his mood I wouldn't be able to defend myself," she was quoted as saying. "Allan is a former football player and he prides himself on the fact that he has never laid a hand on a woman—he just kicks them." Then she added: "Of course I still love him. He's iust an overgrown child. I'm aw- 'ully sorry I hurt him. I'm sure we'll get back together." Nixon reportedly told police he also still loves Velda and will -vat sign a complaint against her. They were married last May. Part of the largest known gas fields in the United State's are located in the southwestern part of Kansas. net only 3 SPIAKMS-btit that's why w« ask you to Make our sensational we challenge you to ',> compare * this Zenith'' TV value on every count with others costing $$ more before you buy! HOLBftOOKI. f oon. AON. 2f ovtrd! Be. mtM. 2U »Q. In, IK' ingulvplcturtarM, In M*> ngany v«nt»n and hird- pood tolldi or M.pl. ¥•» Mf» tod hwdwood wIM*. Compare fMl VolM pri» *369" TOP TUNIIM) • SrOTUTl DIAL . l>U*H-m».L on/err CONTROL UBY OUT FACI »L»«« BUILT-IN AHTIMNA ,' -f" M6H HMllTY "SERVICE-SAVER". 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She had undergone surgery for a brain hemorrhage and treatment for a broken arm. Sheriff Merle Remley said the girl had been beaten about the head and body. Circuit Court Judge Howard Sommer sentenced'Mrs. Myers to the Indiana Women's Prison on her plea of guilty to charges of child neglect and cruelty. Afl^r suspending the sentence, he ordered her to return to the lubercil k>sis sanatorium. Her husband, a farmhand, also is charged w!th child neglect and cruelty but has pleaded innocent and will be tried later. He said his wife beat the child in jealous rages because the girl called a neighbor couple who reared her "mother and daddy." Three older children of '.he Myers couple showed no indications of mistreatment. Baby Hippo for f van vsiHe's Zoo EVANSVILLE, Ind. WI-A baby hippopotamus was born at the Evansville zoo sometime Friday night and everybody was reportec doing fine — except the father Zoo Director Blount Wagner said the birth came as a surprise. The mother, Donna Day, and the father. Hippy Kley, had occupied the same cage for a year, but it was not known .that they had mated. A night attendant said when he arrived Friday night 7-year-old Donna was chasing the mudi smaller Hippy, who is only 4 years old, around the cage, hitting him with her feet and nipping him on the ears. Blount found the newborn baby in the water Saturday morning. It weighs an estimated 65 pounds but its sex was not determined. The father was transferred to another cage to save him from attacks by the overprotective mother. Bare Plot To Revive Red Group MADRID W —The government announced Saturday a plot to revive the Communist party in Spain las been uncovered with the arrest of 44 persons in three major cities. The director general of public security said many were university students and all had con- essed. They are being held for rial. The announcement said they ipped to spread "confusion and disdrientation" among the people with protests against the rising cost of living. Police rounded up 26 in Madrid, 13 in Zaragoza in northern Spain, and. 4 at Valencia on the east coast. The United States has its largest air base in Spain outside Madrid. Another is at Zaragoza. Most prominent among those arrested is Javier Pradera Corla- zar, husband of the daughter of Rafael Sanchez Mazas. Mazas is the prime philosopher of the Falange, Spain's only legal party. Pradera Crotazar also is a nephew of the Spanish ambassador in Damascus, Syria. Pradera Cortazar was one of seven arrested in February, 1956 as a ringleader in rioting at Madrid University and an attack on Falange party headquarters. The students demanded greater freedoms. A Chili's Prayer JOHN MALOTT "Dear God, let me help to serve others and if I do wrong I will try to do right the next time, and if I am bad, will be good and do as mother or father says. Thank you God. Amen". John is the son of Mr .and Mrs. James Malott, 220 Water street. He attends Columbia school. CHORUS MEETING Members of the Cass County Chorus will hold a business meeting Monday night at the Trinity Episcopal church, 320 Seventh street. The meeting will begin at 7 o'clock. Logansp.ort Council No. 11 R & S M Stated Assembly Monday Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. All Companions Invited. Clclus C. Fitz I M 22 Miles AM To Indiana Roads WASHINGTON Wl— The Bureau of Public Roads Saturday added 22 miles to superhighway aid allocations for Indiana, pushing the total to 1,090 miles. The allocation total proposed to Congress was still 22 miles short oC the 1,112 miles originally set for Indiana routes under the 1956 interstate highway program. Further mileage may be added later during the long-range superhighway program. Indiana Highway Department officials could not be reached for explanation of either of the 22-mile variances. As announced previously, cost estimates for the Indiana roads have risen 40 million dollars from the 1956 figure of $1,028,000,000. Charter Bus Jakes fire, Burns South Of Lafayette LAFAYETTE, Ind. W-A chartered Greyhound bus carrying 30 naval reservists to Lake Michigan 'or a weekend cruise was destroyed by fire near here Saturday. No one was injured. The bus, enroute from Indianapolis to the Great Lakes Naval Training Slation, caught fire on U.S. 52 nine miles south of I-afay- ette. Driver William Hawk pulled in to a roadside restaurant driveway to let the reservists leave with their baggage. Then he drove down fne highway ti a clear spot so there would be no damage to buildings in event of an explosion. There was rio explosion, but flames destroyed the bus before the Stockwell fire department could arrive. An overheated brake drum was believed responsible for the fire. The reservists were taken on to Chicago in another bus. Withholding Aid To Collection Of State Income 7ax INDIANAPOLIS (^—Higher tax rales and the withholding system were credited Saturday with boosting Indiana's stale lax revenue 70 per cent to 567,396. 402 in the last three months of 1957. Tax collections since the new fiscal year started July 1 totaled $118,264,391, for a <6 per cent increase over the same period in 1956. Of the $27,876,157 increase over the last three months of 1956, the withholding system accounted fcr $16,833,712, most of which wouldn't have been paid until this month under the old system. Gross income tax revenue doubled, jumping from $19,460.301 to $39,353,383. Motor fuel tax, had other major revenue producer, brought in $24.818,644, compared with the $!(>,- 89fi,842 brought in at the old 4- cent rate in the last quarter of 1356. Other quarterly revenue totals: Inheritance tax, $1,744,521; intangibles tax, $925,403; oil inspections, $387,796; petroleum sever- ante, $94,145; bonus tax, $29,513; store licenses, $12,094; employment agencies, $900. CoM To fie Here Through Tomorrow By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Freezing cold and occasional snow flurries probably will continue in Indiana through Monday, but icy traffic hazards seem to be over for awhile. State police reported roads generally clear of ice Saturday after several days of ice generating temperatures hovering around the freezing mark. An inch of snow had accumulated at South Bend Saturday, and there were lighter traces through the rest of the north half of the state. The Weather Bureau .aid some rain might be mixed with snow in southern Indiana. The four countries ot England, Scotland, Ireland and France are represented on the coat of arms of Canada. QUESTION! 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No "lazy water" •re»*. No overacrubbiaK. Clothe* come cleaner quicker, easier. 2 woih ip»di — 2 'spin ip**di timed for r*eulor or mod* •rn (obrici. Su4t-O'M>ll« Rtlurn Syil*m 5tor»«, rtutci hof ivdiy wotir tor •xh-c wa thing ». (afltro wnolf down payment) TODD'S "THE STORE THAT SERVICE ftUIlT" 327'Emt Mark** Phon* 3300 Tool Box Stolen From Parked Truck Jack Winters, carpenter, tolc police yesterday that a wooden tool box had been stolen from truck in front of his home at 2001 Otto. It contained various tools valued, at $150 to $200. 3018 North Strut fhon. 4789 STOP & SAVE ON U.S. ROYAl TIRES • BATTERIES SEAT COVERS, MEHAFFIE'S SERVICE STATION 903 N. 6th 221 - 13th St. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our wonderful friends, neighbors, B of RT, Miller Funeral Home and Mrs. Roy Severns, Reader for their many kind expressions of sympathy extended us in the loss of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Ella Johnson and Family OUR SINCERE THANKS We wish 1o thank the Twelve Mile Fire Dept., for the quick arrival and fast work, which saved our home on Sat., Dec. 28. We wish to thank our neighbors, friends and relatives for their wonderful help in cleaning up after the fire; the generous people who brought clothing, bedding, food and other supplies. We also wish to thank ihe Twelve Mile E.U.B. Church, Bethlehem Methodist Church and Twelve Mile P.T.A. for the wonderful cash donations which made It possible for us to rewire-, repaint, replace windows and have our appliances repaired. A million thanks and God bless you all. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Mr. & Mrs. Bill Brown and Children. When You're Downtown rtlox ... havt • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway STOKER StCAVSt ITllMS I 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! 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