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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

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Eighteen togansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Deaths and Funerals ON DISPLAY AT THE AUTO SHOW HOUSER Funeral services for Lydia Houser, 82, of Camden, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Kroeger funeral home. The Rev. M. L. Robinson will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. R1ST Final rites for Elizabelh Rist, 74. formerly of 217 Barren street, •will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's church-, with Msgr. Maurice Foley officiating. The Rosary •will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Tues day at the Kroeger funeral home. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary cemetery. JOHNSON Last rites for Samuel H. Johnson, 78, of 116 East Clay street, will be at 10- a.m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller funeral home, wi'h the Rev. George Dunham officiating. Services will be under the auspices of Tipton Masonic lodge No. 33. Burial will be in the New Bethel cemetery, New Bethel, Ind. The 1958 Stuclcbakcr President four-door sedan. V-8, 289-citbic inch engine gcneratir.g 225 horsepow- . Four-barrel carburetor. ON DISPLAY AT THE AUTO SHOW GREIDER Funeral services for Charles D. Greider, 71, of 125 West Linden avenue, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Paul Winder officiating. Burial was in Davis cemetery. HAND Last rites for Charles E. Hand, 75, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Chase-Miller funeral, home. The Rev. H. H. Hashberger officiated. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. BUSH . Final rites for Mrs. Alta Bush, •who died Friday in Boston, Mass.. •were held Tuesday afternoon at the Fisher funeral home. HANDY Funeral services for Mary Jo Bandy, 16-day-old daughter of George and Bonnie Handy, route 6, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev. Ralph McCrory officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. . Rites for J. Williams Set Wednesday at Peru ' PERU — Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Eikenberry Funeral Home for Jefferson Williams, 84, route 3, Peru, who died suddenly at his home Sunday after a heart seizure. Burial be in Greenlawn Widow, 90, 'Prisoner' In Big House CHICAGO (UP) — A 90-year-old widow-was held a virtual'prisoner by her spinster daughter in an empty nine - apartment building with no light or heat and little food, a probate court hearing has revealed: The mother, Mrs. Hattie Rice, widow of a Chicago grain broker, weighed only 65 pounds when police broke into the building and rescued her. She saiu she had only a few sips of milk for five days and begged police for food. "I've been praying for a 3'ear that somebody would rescue me," i she told authorities. ! • Mrs. Rice charged her daughter held her "virtually a prisoner" for about eight years. The bizarre case came to light Monday when Probate Judge Robert J. Dunne appointed a conservator for the estates of Mrs. Rice and her daughter, Dorothy, 60. Capt. Fremont Nester o£ suburban Oak Park police said authorities were summoned by neighbors to the Rice apartment building across the street from the exclusive Oak Park Club on N5v. 22. Tuesday Evening, December t, 1337. L _ .ul E. ~ - - _....„,„ L 1 , DeSoto in 1958 offers 8 new moilels, in four series—Fircswcep, 'Firedome, Fireflite und Adventurer. Paced by 15 major styling and engineering changes and two completely new V-8 Turboflash engines, they were designed as "uncompromising style and engineering leaders in their price groups." ON DISPLAY AT THE AUTO SHOW Many Farm Champions Hail From Indiana cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. Williams was born in Mason, Ky., on March 22, 1874. He,^ n ' was a retired C & 0 bridge foreman. His wife, Iva, and son. Gana, are dead. His sister, Mrs. William Jordan of Cincinnati, survives. Mother of Local Man Dies at Jonesboro Funeral rites for Mrs. Carrie Bishop, 80, mother of D. H. Bishop of 1403 East Market street, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Jonesboro Wesleyan Methodist church, and burial will be 'in Grant Memorial cemetery at Marion. Mrs. Bishop died Saturday night at her Jonesboro home after a long illness. Surviving with the son here are three other sons, 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. CHICAGO (-UP)—Indiana dcm-, onstrated its agricultural prowess : Offer today by outclassing many rivals; ~' lcr from other states in international; Courses TOT grain and livestock competition. C.N. Fischer, Shelbyville, Ind., was crowned international corn king -late Monday for the fourth time at the International Livestock Exposition. Wayne Van Cleave, Crawfordsville, Ind., won the reserve corn championship, and Michael Lux, Shelbyvilie, the corn prince title. "Honeymoon," a blocky summer yearling -owned by Mrs. Sue Secondino, 19, West Terre Haute, Ind., advanced another major step woward the grand champion steer title by topping 45 other entries in his class of Herefords. The animal grand championship last Saturday. The grand championship will be decided today. Purdue University swept many hog championships, including the champion and reserve champion pens of Berkshires and the champion pen of Durocs. B. Parker Newsom, Columbus, Ind., showed the top pen of Chester Whiles. Purdue's and Newsom's vie- Peru Organizing For Dimes Drive PERU—An 'organizational meeting for the annual March of Dimes campaign which will be launched on Jan. 1 will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. City drive chairman is Fire Chief Walter Burrous. County chairman is Leo Sullivan. Mr. Hays, a representative from National Headquarters is expected to attend. Personnel Between now and July, 1958, over a quarter million United Stales Air Force personnel will -have received training in one of the 288 Air Force courses offering specialized instruction. There are plenty of opportunities for volunteers to learn a specialized vocation, according to Sgt. Carl P. Sollami, local USAF representative. The Air Force offers a choice of more than 40 specific fields. Stu- Rips Jenner's Senate Record Evansville IVtayor, Opposes Faction WASHINGTON, Ind. (UP)— Democratic Mayor Vance Hartke of Evansville said Monday night the man nominal: sd by the Republicans to run for William Jenner's seat in the sena:e "will have to The neighbors said they heard Dorothy shouting incoherently from a balcony of the junk-strewn apartment. Authorities forced their way past Dorothy and found the bedridden Mrs./ Rice and her other spinster daughter, Marian, 53, lying dead in bed beside hei. Nester said Marian, who had suffered from epilepsy, apparent- y died of malnutrition and natural auses. Dorothy has been committed to the Kankaltee State Hospital for .he insane. Nester said the apartment was .ittered with junk, empty cans, newspapers and cereal boxes. The apartment building, which could have provided the family with a substantial income, had been va- i'lie 1U58 Packard Hawk. V-8 supercharged 2811-cubic inch engine gcncralinj; 275 horsepower with luxury leather interior. rows. She was the aunt of B. B. Lesh, oi northeast of Flora. Burial was in .Delphi. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patty and daughter Jane have moved in from their property on N. Washington street to the property they recent!y bougiit from the estate of her mother, Mrs. Blanche Northcult, located on E. Main street. Mrs. D. P. Williams, who had been visiting in the home of her sun, C. D. Williams, and wife at Cayuga has returned to Flora and is in the home of his daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frye have gone to Florida to spend the winter. Their son, Robert and his family, formerly of Flora are living at Zaelea Park, where the local people are staying now. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacobs left Thursday for Homestead, Fla., to spend the winter. postmaster and Mrs. James R. Davis and Paul Davis, of Flora. Michigan City Firm Mr. and Mrs. Robert DcWitl and j Wins Contract for two children, Kokomo, and Mrs. New Sl2WQg6 Plant Hazel Smith, Huntington. Mrs. Millie Cromer entertained at a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cromer and Kathy, Flora; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shanks, northeast of Flora: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott and family, near Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amos Shank's and family, near Camden, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carter and Mark Douglas of Columbus, Ohio. cant since 1945 when Dorothy or-1 At a carry-in dinner at the Com- dered the tenants to leave because she opposed rent controls. Flora Mrs. Ida Lantz was admitted 10 BELOW IN MINNESOTA NEW YORK (UP)—The nation's high temperature reported Monday was 81 degrees at Santa Maria, Calif. The low early today was 10 below at International Falls, Minn. GALVESTON, Ind. — The contract for installation of new sewers a;id a sewage treatment plant in Galveiiton was 1 tentatively awarded to the Shamrock Engineering company of Michigan City by the G:dveston town board Monday night. Cost of the project is approximately S162.000. The contract is dependent upon the completion of a bond issue of $132,000. The town also is receiving a 853,620 federal grant. The sewage treatment plant will be located on ground obtained by the town board last year when the new water plant was installed, according to Ray AUebery, president of the town board. munity Building, charters were presented to the Flora Cub Scouts and Boy Scout troop. Guests included Warren Holm, Three Rivers council executive, and Dr. Winters, publicity director. last week to Memorial Hospital,! AmOTlg the sev eral den mothers no sena.e wm navu 10 T „„„,,,..,,.„* , , - „ ,, st-ind im fnr Hip mkprnhlp rpi-nrd i g p , , are three from overseas, Mrs. SlanG up lor LUti iniblllduie LLL.UIU TUT,., noniol "Hncs anrt snn have -r^ , n» T-. j i Mrs,. Daniel Hess ana son na^e Glenn Lall(z of England, Mrs. Ed of our junior senator." Jenner said SE.turday he would not run for' re-election throwing Hoosier politics into a guessing game. "The Jenner I action is sti'i in control of the Republican Party dents earn while they learn; and'of th'is state," Hartke told a Dem- they learn skills offering a future, ocratic meeting, in or out of the Air Force. One of the most popular technical schools is Aircraft Mechanic training, designed to train airmen wi . n Jiaye to to become crew chiefs, the men with the responsibility of keeping the planes in flying shape. Training displays of an'aircraft engine are shown to a mechanics student until he is familiar with the entire engine and has a complete knowledge of each part and its function. An airman who is realizing his JTLUUUU2) C111U 1NCVV3UJ11 O VIV," : ,... . , .. .„ . _ . TT'^ • lories made it a strong likelihood, ambitions is M/Sgt John Higgins. the grand champion barrow in the. Afto a . ttendin S «« ™ C ^ show Wednesday will be Indiana- c ° u f se ' he was ^signed as flight jj ret j . engineer on a general s aircraft in _ ' , | Europe. When Che general was e- pionship with a pen of Shropshire lambs. Fischer, who won the corn king title in 1940, 1949 and 1950 had "the world's best 10 ears." It was certified hybrid corn. "It's a thrill every time you win it," Fischer said. , He operates 380 acres of rich Hoosier farmland with his sons; Thomas, 24, Leonard, 21, James, 17, and Mark, 7. Glen Cox and Sons, Wabash, placed first in the Chester White division with a barrow 21-1-225 pounds and second with a pen of. three 211-225 pounds. Purdue was first in junior yearling Shorthorn. Also in Duroc competition Dow Durocs, Paragon, was third in pen of three 226-240 pounds. President of the United States, Sergeant Higgins .became the crew chief on the Columbine, President Eisenhower's personal airplane. •"About 80 per. cent of new enlistees go to technical schools, while approximately 18 per cent are given on-the-job training. Others are assigned to special projects," Sergeant Sollami concluded. Interested young men are urged to contact Sergeant CARL P. SOLLAMI at the local- USAF Recruiting Office at Room 276, Post Office Building, Kokomo, Indiana or call "COLLECT" GLADSTONE 28655. Read the Classified Ads : 'Hoosiers can be sure that the man nominated by the Republicans will be a Ji.-nner man and he the miserable record of our junior senator," Hartko said. Hartke, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for senator in 1958, blasted the Eisenhower administration's "tight-money policy" and called for "old-fashioned economy in Washington." j been dismissed from the same hospital. •Stafford Beevly, who suffered a stroke sometime ago, is able to be out again. Mrs. Carl Overholser of cast of Flora, a patient in the Methodist Hospital" in. Indianapolis is much improved. Don Driggs, one of the Badger regulars, has been sidelined indefinitely with a foot injury. Carl Wagoner and Cullan Eikenberry, two other Badger players have been nursing back injuries. The annual turkey dinner and Christmas parly of the Legion Auxiliary will be held at the Legion Home .at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Mrs. Hazelle Kirkpalrick of Del- Hamilton of Ilaly, and Mrs. Frank Howard of Germany. About 200 people attended the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Musselman of Roland, Ohio, were guests over Thanksgiving weekend of his brothers, Fren, north of Flora, and Hoy, of Flora. Mrs. Glen "Red" Pitzer has opened a beauty shop at 205 W. Main street. It is known at Gloria's Beauty Shop. Mrs. Mabel Gibson has returned to her home from California where she visited her sister and husband at Vi'jtorville. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Lesh, who spent the summer on their farm "We must got rid of the un- [he special guest. The supper will M necessary spending that has added'™' ude carry-in foods and there. ..,;„ i northeast of here, have left to W1 ' - " -•; Miami Beach, thousands of workers to federal > in be '- a gift exchange. iF-la. A payrolls since tie Eisenhower administration bejian," Hartke said. "We must stop waste. We must dedicate ourselves to producing both missiles and a better living standard through progress, economy and prosperity." Hartke said the administration ".gave tax reductions for the wealthy and n-jne for the wage earners, heaped higher cost' of living on high cost of living and gave tight money for those who found money already too tight." FIRE DA1V1AGE ?40,000 INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Fire caused $40,000 damage Monday night in a feed processing building at the Kingan Division of Hygrade Food Product; Corp. Firemen called by two 1 alarms kept the flames from iipreading. to large buildings nearby. Dt SOTO 0«ol«n pr«i»nt GROUCHO MA'RX In "You B«t Your Lif»" <n NBC Tel«v!»lon I ENGINE OF THE FUTURE _ De Sato's totally new Turboflash V8 whispers while it works. Here is a deep breathing, barrel chested power plant with outstanding performance capabilities-sTurboflash is standard equipment on all 16 models of the 1958 De Soto. Three new price ranges ... starting just above the lowest... Firesweep • Firedome • Fireflite Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc., 411-423 S. Third, Ph. 5151 Ask your dealer about 'new De Solo...Conslant-Control power steering • Sure-Grip differential • 4-Season air conditioning • Feather Touch power brakes Mrs. 'Mary Michael of Burlington has filed suit in a South Bend court against the L and W Produce for $175,000 in connection with the death of her husband in a truck-tractor accident. The school band gave a 'Thanksgiving program at the recent opening game here. Rev. Charles -Dumond spoke at convocation at tfie school on the Pacific Garden Mission. The local post office recently presented a film' at the school showing the US postal service in action. The P.TA sponsored a Thanksgiving party in the grade schools. The mother of Mrs. Charles Sie- bcr, Bringhurst, Mrs. Samuel- Stewart, died at her home in Bur- month old Persian kitl.en owned by Mrs. E. Dale Shonk won honors at the second annual Hoosier Cat Fancier's show in Indianapolis recently. The kitten was sold to a girl from Mooresviile. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kerns of Ashland College, Ohio, spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kerns and Mr. and Mrs. Galen Shope. Mr. and Mrs. George Koppel, Logansport; Dr. and Mrs. Bernie Lyon, Detroit; and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baum, Flora, were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Baum. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Davis, Bringhurst, entertained their children and families at a Thanksgiving dinner. Present were acting World's Finest Motor Cars Will Be On Display at the Auto Show Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.-Sun Dec. 5-6-7-8 LUTES MOTORS, Inc. STUOEBAKER - PACKARD - MERCEDES - BBNZ US 24 At W. Broadway . Phone 2634 SEE THE NEW STUDEBAKERS AND PACKARDS OF 1958 Studebalcer Prerident 4-door Sedu .. luxury on the executive level. New, longer, lower silhouette* and Hawk-inspired styling make the new Studebakers and Packards for '58 the loveliest cars on the road. From any ingle ... inside, outside, under the hood, you'll find style combined with craftsmanship in .every new St'udebaker or Packard. And, you buy craftsmanship and performance at a very realistic price. That ia true of the entire varied line, of new Studebaker-Packard cars . .. the Golden Hawk, family sports car... the economical Scots-man ... the powerful Packards.. .the new station wagons, the Champion and Commander Sedans. Choose the car that suits your taste, your budget. But, see th*n all at your Studebaker-Packard Dealer's, You'll see outstanding value in outstanding cars. Come in and guett- drive a new Studebaker or Packard of your choice.. . Studebaker-Packard CORPORATION (•$$&&/lAiede. qifie?^?n(ZMrt&tf owneijfrMf': LUTES MOTORS, Inc., W. Bdwy. and U. S. 24, Ph. 2634

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