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9, 1957. J3.REAI ESTATE Semi-modern double on Linden Ave Pnce $4500.. 3 rooms and oath on one side, S rooms on the other. Garage. FRANKT. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 12o Fourth St. Phone 3063 Latest Market Reports b. Lots LOT FOR SALE 57x165 feet, located in the east- end. Se e Harold W. Hopper 2229 Usher Street. Phone 50748. c. Farms 100x200 ft. lot on old Royal Center Pike. Ph. 9797 after 4:00 p.m. Louis B. Jones, 79, Dies at Peru Home Hawkirw Stockyards PERU—Louis B .Tonps 70 nf' \«- i i route 4, Peru, died at hTs home a'J^t 20^ ^. ^ .T. AUTO OUTPUT RISES 9-month lotol of cart and.trucks rises 7% over same period in'56. 1940 '42 'V, '46 'OS '50 '02 'M JAN.-SIPT. OF EACH YIAR Oit.n Auio M(n. A..OC. Mor [ST. K.ht ! 1'9.25; 200-210 Ib 19.35-19.50; 240-260 lb 18.25-18.75; 260-280 Ib .7.75-18.25; 130-160 lb 16.00-17,50, some 18.00. Cattle 3,200; calves 250; unevenly steady to 50 lower; good am' choice steers 22.50-26.00; high choice' 27.00; standard and good 19.00-23.00; good and choice heifers 21.50-25.00; vealers strong; good and choice 24.50-29.50; prime to 31.00. Sheep 1,500; steady to 50 lower; good and choice lambs 21.00-23.00 p.m. Saturday. He had been i one year. A lifetime resident of Miami county, he was born Aug. 12, 1878 to Frank and Celista Moreland •lones. In 1303 he married Emma Bailey, who died in 1955. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Old German Baptist church. Surviving are six children, Oda, Opal, Ottaway and Owen Jones, route 4, Peru, Olive Jones, Logans- nort, and Mrs. James Hooten, route 4, Peru; a sister, Mrs. Rose Barnett, Wabash; a nephew, Verni 18.35 !200 to 220 18.25 '220 to 240 17.85 240 l.o 260 17..40 260 to 280 1700 280 to 300 16.60 Sows 15.25 down Soars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 1J Heaevy Hens 16 Wayne's Produce Jones, Logansport; and 11 grand- (Leghorn Hens ..11 'Messiah' Set On Dec. 15, 17 At Winamac WINAMAC — Choir members of Winamac area churches will sing Deflate Tires On 13'Autos Logansport police were swamped Sunday night and Monday morning with reports from east end residents that air had been let out of aulo tires.« At least 13 vehicles were left with air-less tires and police blamed pranksters who apparently got Hallowe'en and Christmas confused. Cars on which I ires were deflated included those owned by Chester Miller, 1907 North street, and a visitor in his home; R. G. Flora, 2000 North street, and his father's; Frank lanelly, parked at 2311% North street; Lowell Smith, 116 Eighteenth street; Jack Clawson, 2304 North street; Al Stewart, 2131 North street, and visitors in his home; Joe Gustin, 114, Twenty-second street; John Me- Ilwain, 114 Twentieth street; and William Cameron, 214 Twentieth street, the "Messiah" here at the Christ-j Charles Humes, 2327 North Loan 678 Books To Patients At Two Hospitals .City Librarian Gives Report for Month of November A total of 678 library books were loaned to patients at Logansport's [•,vo hospitals during November according to a report issued by Miss Mary Holmes, chief librarian of the Logansport Public Library. Mrs. Hazel Knauss, Memorial hospital librarian, took 217 books of adult fiction, 88 nonfiction books and magazines and 51 juvenile fiction books during the month. Mrs. Ruth Gordon, librarian's! St. Joseph's hospital, took 204 adult fiction books, 101 nonfiction oooks and magazine and 16 juvenile books. ian church on Sunday, Dec. and Tuesday, Dec. 17. Both programs to start at 7:30 p. m. The effort is sponsored by the Winamac Council of Churches, which includes the Christian, Methodist and Presbyterian churches, but singers from other churches, are also participating. The Kev. Barton Fletcher, minister of the Methodist church, is the director, and Mrs. Don Grostefon of Star City is the pianist. The choir contains about sixty street, also reported the air re-! lw j ce a wcek| on vkif VlSlt moved from the tires on his truck. •Mollwain told officers that in addition to haying the air let out of his tires, his garbage can lid was taken, but he found the lid a blook away. children. The body is at the residence, where friends may call. The Drake- Flowers funeral home has charge of arrangements. Services will be "t 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mexico Tiurch of the Brethren, with the lev. Howard Flora and the R»v. ';ester Kinzie officiating. Burial 'ill be in the Greenlawn cemetery, .Mexico. prano, teacher of voice at VaJ- IHeavy Hens ..IGJparaiso university; Wilma Osheim. alto, teacher at the American Conservatory of Music at Chicago; Dwight Welty, tenor, music teacher and choir director at Goshen college; Robert Lange ot West- vjile, bass, teacher of voice at Valparaiso university and director Six Windows Found Broken . . Six windows, approximately 30 voices, and it will render nine inches by three'feet in size, in the choruses. Solo parts will be taken young America school were either by Hazel Zehner of Evanston, so- crackecl or broken out Saturday $25 TO $500 OW YOUR SIGNATURE OR OTHER SECURITY CASH LOANS UP TO $500 FOR THOSE HOLIDAY EXPENSES AND PURCHASES Phone, Wrife or Co/I TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Across From The City Buildmg 606 East Broadway logansport, Ind. Phoni 2-2-5-2 Third Street Market Veals 20 Lambs 18 Veal Hides 12 .05 .40 Beef Hides Eggs PRODUCERS STOCKYAHDS 190 to 230 No. 1 19.10 190 io 220 220 to 240 18.60 services at Beatty ot volunteer hospital. This is the first time that such a largo undertaking has been at- IE .10 ^ c h u rches have long joined in union 240 to 260 17 - 6t) ! services on special occasions. The 260 to 280 - »-lO I public-is .cordially invited to at- 280 to 300 K-60! tend. Sows 15.50 down' Boars 7.25-10.25' Stags 7.25-10.25 CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 94,000 Ibs. USDA prices: Hi.-avy liens 15-16; light hens 1213%. i Cheese single daisies and long- j horns 39-39'/2; processed loaf 38137; Swiss Grade A 43-45, B. 41-43, !C Butter steady; 632,00!)' Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59%; 90 score.' 58%; 25 Examined At Final TB Clinic Here Twenty-five patients were examined by clinicians at the final tuberculosis clinic of 1957 Friday at the county nurse's office in the courthouse. Mrs. Eileen Huston, county nurse, said that a total of 150 persons were examined at the six clinics held this year. The clin- Eggs weak; 13,800 cases; white large and mixed large extras 42; ,,ics have been sponsored by the Cass County Tuberculosis Association since 1921 and are supported mediums 39; standards 40Vi; current receipts 38. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,500; 25 to 50 higher; 180- by funds from the annual Christ- m.-is Seal sale. A physician from the Irene Byron Sanitarium in Fort Wayne conducts the clinics. Mrs. Huston sain she has six patients from Introducing WAYNE HOWARD Our New Service Manager Mr. Howard has b«en associated with the Ford Servicu and Parts for the post 25 years, and would like to help you with any problem! you may have. Wayne's Specials for Next 10 Days Wheel Alignment—Ford, Chev., and Plymouth— $5.95 Front Wheel Balance, including weights— $3.00 Minor tune up plus parts $4.00 Major tune up plus parts $9.95 Brake adjustment, wlii.'cl bearing pack, and check brake lining— $2.10 HOPE-LUXEM CO, Inc. 240 lb 18.75-19.00;' 190-220 lb 111.15- Cass county in the Irene Byron Sanitarium and one at the Cold Springs Veterans hospital in Indianapolis. The dates for next year's clinics are Feb. 7, April 4, June 6., Aug. 1, Oct. 3 and Dec. S. Ph. 3178 Your Friendly Ford Dealer Logansport, Ind. Farmall Trcictor Cycle SPICIAL $26.95 Trailer and Umbrella Available AlSO LARGE SELECTION OF SMALL INTERNATIONAL-HARVESTER FARM TOYS SEE THEM AT JACKSON-KITCHEL Bert L. Mills, 58, Succumbs at Peru afternoon or evening while school officials were attending the basketball tourney, it was reported Monday by Deer Creek Township Trustee Don Beck to the Cass county sheriff's office. The broken windows were in the gym, the agriculture .room and the music room. The damage was discovered Sunday morning by the custodian, Don Call. Frank McCain, principal, said it was not certain whether the vandalism was perpetrated with rocks or with guns. Mondays and Thursdays to loan reading mater- MIAMI Commissioner Let Contracts PERU — Several contracts for printing and for highway supplies were awarded at a two-day meeting, of the Miami County Commissioners last week. Printing contracts went to Haywood Printing, Lafayette, and Hendricks Printing Co. of Logansport; and the Peru Republican. Highway gravel and straw contracts were given to Dawald Bros, Roann; Ross Fisher, Denver; S & L Co., Markle; Elmer Larson, Dekalb, 111.; Pipe Creek Stone Co., Marion; Frances Stone Co., Indianapolis; Kickapoo Sand and Gravel of Peru; J. C. O'Connor and Sons, Peru. Bituminous bids of C .,1. Burke Co., Peru, and Wat>ash Asphalt Co; were accepted. Contracts for- motor oil, grease, and anti-Ireeze went to D. A. La- baratory Co. and C. L. Jenkins Co. Contracts were also let for tires, Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thirteen. •al from the library book cart* i tubes, batteries, garder blades, which are kept at each hospital, Youth Meted 2-5 Years in Reformatory JWbert Lee Turner, 16, of Oklahoma City, Okla., was sentenced to the state reformatory for 2 to 5 years by Judge Clifford 0. Wild I in the Cass circuit court Monday on a second degree burglar charge. The youth had pleaded guilty on November 18. He also was disfranchised for five years when he appeared before Judge Wild for sentencing. In passing sentence on the youtn, Judge Wild told him that he regretted very much being forced to take such action but that he had no alternative in view of the de- bridge planking repair parts, steel bars, salt, and paint. Mrs. Sophie Hughes Taken by Death Mrs. Burrous Attends Meeting Of Farm Bureau Represent County Union At National Session in Chicago Mrs. Alice Burrous, route Walton will represent Cass county Farm Bureau as a non-voting delegate to the National Farm Bureau convention in Chicago this week. She will leave for Chicago either Tuesday of Wednesday to take part in the four-day meeting which opened Monday. The county will have no voting delegate at the con-; . vention, according to Viola Mandt,' county Farm Bureau secretary. Mrs. Mandt said the county or- gnnization is planning to charter a bus to take members to the convention for the Wednesday session, if a large enough number of members are interested in attending. . She said any member could make a reservation by calling her at the Farm Bureau office Monday. There will be room for 29 persons. Alan McKaig, route 1, Logansport, county chairman, also plans 15-Year-Old Boy Held for Theft of Car A 15-year-old Lojansport boy was jailed Ia1e Saturday night aflcr he- was arrested at Royal Center in a stolen 1957 mode! coach belonging to Dudley Bridge, route 2, .. i Royal Center. ! The boy allegedly stoic Ihc car . ' from the parking lot across the ROCHESTER - Mrs. Sophia l » a"end the convention, Opal Hughes Thorrington, 72, was found dead at 5 p. m. Sunday at her home on North Fulton avenue. Born Nov. 5, 1885 in Carroll county, she had been a resident of Rochester for the past 35 years. the : Henry fendant's past conduct, rington, who died in 1918. Surviving are two sons, Oral, Kokomo; and Emmett, Argos; two daughters, Mrs. Marie Hayes, Rochester; and Mrs. lea Floy Eding, Phoenix, Ariz; four sisters, Mrs. Maggie Cree, Walton; Mrs. Grace James, Winamac; Mrs. Mabel Cree, Camden and Miss Florence Hughes; a brother, Arlie Hughes, Camden; ten grandchildren and four great grandchil- A statement which Turner had! ! made to Deputy Prosecutor Frank T-olbert and Policeman Joseph Wallace was inlroduced into evidence. In that statement the youth, ad- milted that he had been conviced twice of burglary in Oklahoma city juvenile court, once in 1954 and the second time in 1956, but that he was not penalized for those offenses. |dn?n. Mrs. Orpha Rhodes, Aged 90, Succumbs PERU—Mrs. Orpha D. Rhodes, 90, of route 3, Peru, died at 7 a.m. Monday at her home, after a year's illness. A resident, of Peru for 57 years, she was born ir; Fulton county Jan. 25, 1867, the daughter of Phillip and Orpha . Gerard Mikesell. She j Luxem garage" here on the night body is at the Foster and To Seek Oil On Farm in White County MONTICELLO—Oil-drilling will begin soon on the W. H. Ledbetter farm norU'ieast of Monon. About two years ago Ledbetter noticed oil in well water. He had oil samples taken on his j farm and he himself journed to Michigan and Illinois and tramped through oil fields to find out about the black gold. Then six months ago John Kicnke of Muskegon, Mich, got street from the Masonic in this city at 10 p.m. Dcpu'.y Sheriff Roy King was taking the information about (lie thefl at J0:40 p.m. when he received a phone call from Royal Cen'er NiRht Marshal Leo Mclntirc that he had apprehended a car thief. The boy, who was returned here and turned over to the probation ' officer, said he had intended to return Uie car to the parking lot after a "joy ride." Although he could see from fhe registration card that the auto was from the Royal Center neighborhood, he drove there from Logansport. His second mistake was whipping around a corner too fast in the stolen auto. Birdge's son, Richard, recognized his father's car and knew that his father didn't drive recklessly so he started after the car in his own auto. He crowded the young driver over to (lie curb, . jumped out and nabbed him. Two Men Confess Fatal Shooting In Chicago Tavern CHICAGO (UP)—Police said today two men have confessed the fatal shooting of Michael Sabo, 36, outside a. South Side tavern because they thought he and another man were going to attack them. Good funeral home. Rites are * cnKe , «. »i"^es«i. ««*•. 8^ „ "j !n _ (interested in the oil in that area. pending. Amboy Man Fined After Car Mishap PERU—Ralph R. Harler, 28, of Amboy, was fined in Mabel Gun- riell's Justice of Peace court Friday or, charges of leaving the He said he and his brother- in-1 ««o of an accident He not only secured leases on Ledbettcrs' land but also on land next to it so he could drill for oil. law, Ira Etue, broke into the Hope- was married in 1888 to Thomas Rhodes, who died in 1949. She is survived by several nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Alva Hopper, with whom Mrs. Rhodes made her ho'me here, A son, six brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. Friends may call after noon Tuesday at the Drake-Flowers funeral home, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. .The Rev. Etta Taie, of Dayton, Ohio, will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. PERU—Bert L. Mills, 58, of 68% Great Lakes, 111. Gerald F. Pugh to End Naval Training GREAT LAKES, 111.—Gerald D. Pugh, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Gerald L. Pugh of 1908 Smead street, Logansport, Ind., is scheduled to graduate from recruit training Dec. 14 at the Naval Training Center, South Wabash street, died at 8:20 p.m. Saturday at his residence. He had been ill two months. Born June 10, 1899 in Illinois, he was the son of Ben 1 and Maude Stinson Mills. In 1920 he married Mary Welsch, who survives. He was a state inspector for the Indiana Livestock Sanitation board, was a veteran of World War One and a member of the Trinity Episcopal church. Other survivors are a son, Frank, of Peru; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Blue, Peru; Miss Bess Mills, Chicago; and Mrs. William Kurz, Kewanna; three brothers, Robert, Lansing, Mich.; Carl, Peru; and Richard, Kewanna; and three grandchildren. Friends may call afier 7 p.m. Monday at the Eikenberry funeral home. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Trinity Episcopal church, with the Rev. Luther Parker officiating. BuriaJ will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Mrs. Merritt, 87, Of Peru, Succumbs PERU—Mrs. Stella Merritt, 87, of 15Vb South Wabash street, died at 11:10 a.m. Sunday at Duke's Memorial hospital. Born Feb. 16, 1870 in Jennings county, she was the daughter of Moses and Elizabeth Fawcett Ferris. She was tlie widow of Edgar C. Merritt, a prominent Indianapolis businessman who "died in 1935. After her husband's death she came to Peru to live with a sister, Ura Kratt, who died last Feb. 25. Surviving is a sister-ire-law, Mrs. Mabel Merritt, of Ottumwa, Iowa. Friends may call,'after 7 p.m. Monday at the Alan funeral home, where services will be held, at 3 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. A. C. Underwood will officiate. The body will be cremated and the ashes will rest in the family 'crypt at Indianapolis. 510 High St. Logansport, Ind. ELECTED TO OFFICE Alice Jo Gear, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Gear, 3128 North Pennsylvania avenue, was recently elected secretary-treasur er of Kappa Kappa Gamma soror. The graduation exercises, marking the end of nine weeks of "boot camp", will include a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian dignitaries. - In nine weeks of instruction, the "raw recruit" is developed into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the fleet. Report Cars Taken, One Found Parked Two -cars were reported missing by local residents Sunday, but OUR was recovered eight and a lalf hours after its disappearance was discovered. of Nov. is and took a large number of packs of cigarettes and $2 or $3 in change. Early the following morning they broke into Goody's tavern and obtained more than $30 in change as well as 33 cigarette lighters and some wine, he said. TJiey were caught by police as they carried that loot. Etue previously pleaded guilty to second degree burglary and •was sentenced to the reformatory.' Police claimed Harter sideswiped a parked car Thursday night in Peru. Toe car hit belonged to Walter Right, 352 E. Sixth street, Hospital Notes MEMORIAL— Births: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruner, Flora, son; Mr. and Mrs. George Fox, 711 High street,-son. Admitted: Frank Hand, Royal Center; William Wise, Onward; Mrs. Alice Randolph, Camden; Mrs. Helen Galloway, 1639 Michigan avenue; Gerald Clayborn, Akron: Mrs. Mary Terry, 114 Bur- liagton avenue; Allen Ennis, 207 P?rk avenue; Hobart Piercy, route i3, city. • Dismissed: Mrs. Betty Beck, Galveston; Donald Crane, route 1, city; Mrs. Raymond .Gotshall and son, route 3, city; Mrs. Myrtle Hennesey, 1730 Spear street; Infant Natalie Kinner, 1504 Woodlawn avenue; Mrs. Willard Roderus and son, 825 North Sixth street; Mis. Geneva Williams, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Essie Price, 115 Eleventh street. ST. JOSEPH'S— Admitted: Mrs. Lyle Kershner, 500V.! Washington street; Mrs. Eva Naber, 1411 George street; Mrs. Clara Goodale, route 1, The first report came at l:IO|t''ty: Mrs. June Goodrich. Royal Center; Mrs. Jesse Smith, . 115 "vVest Linden avenue; Mrs. Ether a. m. when a 1953 model car owned by Robert Reeser, route 4, was missing from where it had been parked on Seventeenth street, near Erie avenue. Tfte vehicle was found at 9:40 a. m., parked at 2100- Erie avenue with the motor still running. Bertha Maggert, 1630 Douglas street, Sunday noon reported her 1947 model auto missing from 231 Bank street, where it had been parked the previous night by her daughter, Helen Mooy. Knights Templar Plan Yule Party The annual Christmas party for members of th-e loca! St. John's Commandery, Knights Templar, and their families will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Masonic Temple, according to George Tidrick, commander. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange for adults and a 25-cent gift exchange for children. Each family is asked to bring a covered dish. Entertainment will be provided. Johnson, Richmond; Joe M. Brugh Little, 1113 East Market street; Wjlliam E. Adair, 1806 Rogers street. Dismissed: Mrs. Anna Burkhart, 31414 North street; John Burge, Camden; Mrs. Claire J. Evers, 1126 Nineteenth street; Mrs. Virginia Hoover, 109 East Market street; John Giffin, 601 West Miami avenue; Mrs. Roma Coins, 234% West Miami avenue; Mrs. Harriet Murdock, 1518 East : 3roadway; John Stombaugh, Winamac; Mrs. Beverly Winegardner, 1123 Helm street; Mrs. Helan Pfas, 409 Bartlett street; John Rossi, 1515 Erie avenue; Mrs. John Personal Mr. and Mrs. Phillip McArthy, of Norfolk, Virginia, are the parents of a son, Phillip Morris, Jr,, born December 5. The mother is the former Jean Best, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Best, 617 West Melbourne avenue, city. The father, son- of Mr. and Mrs. 'W. L. McArthy, 1321 High street, city, ity at Miami University, Oxford, i was recently promoted to Lt. Jr. Ohio, where she is a freshman, majoring in mathematics in the II School of Arts and Science. grade, US Navy, and is engineering officer on the Destroyer S. L. Wilson, operating in the' Atlantic. Royal Center - Tom Hoke, who tis almost blind, suffered a stroke last week, and his wife, who has been ill for some time, fell the same day and broke her hip. The Mizpah class of the EUB church met at the home of Mrs. George Shafer on Saturday after- Fire Losses In City $765 Estimated fire losses in Logansport during November totaled only $765, according to the monthly report issued Monday by Fire Chief Dick Eisert. , , EUrert's report showed that the Sabo and Sabo, a carpenter for the Illinois Central Railroad, was shot to death Saturday. Police said Walter Thomas Jr, 25, a laborer, and Harold Spaur, 31, a welder, were ejected from a tavern Saturday for creating a disturbance. As they left, Sabo and Daniel Kekich, 22, also decided to leave the tavern and frightened the first two men. Thomas, using a .32 caliber pistol that belonged to Spaur, fired a shot at Sabo that struck him in Die heart and killed him, •police said. An anonymous telephone call led police to Spaur Sunday, who first denied his part in Ihc shooting. Police said Spaur later admitted his role and named Thomas as the killer. Police said the two men thought they were going to be attacked by firemen answered 29 alarms, including two rural calls, in November. Building fires headed the list with eight alarms, while grass and trash blazes accounted for seven „, „.,., , „„ runs. There were four automotive noon. There was a gift exchange and members revealed their secret 1 pals. Past Matrons and patrons of the OES will be honored by the Royal Center Chapter No. 375 at a meeting Wednesday, Dec. 11, at 8 p.m. There was a gift exchange. Lind and Jon Berry were awarded 4-H trips to the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago last week. The WSWS of the EUB church will hold a food sale on Dec. 14 at the Huffman Hardware store at 9:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schmaltz entertained Thursday evening, hon. oring their son Eddie's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schmaltz, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morphet, and family, Mrs. Ethel Martin and Becky and Vernie Schmaltz. Elmer E. Schmaltz, vice president of the Community Building is on a two week's vacation. Orville Etnire, who was operated on last week at Memorial hospital for an appendectomy is improving satisfactorily. Mrs. Esther McDonald, who has been quite ill for some time, was taken to the Bird nursing hrtme for are. Joan Kistler is on the sick list this week and their son, Jay, has the chicken pox. Charles Bailey and Martin Snider have returned to their studies at Miami University, Fla. Lon Selby and his daughter, Mrs. Irene Base were over from Monti, cello one day the past week, looking after his home here. He is spending the winter with his daughter and family. Recent dinner guests of Mrs. Goldie Runkle were Mrs. Lucy Weaver, Mrs. Esther Seward and children, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Weav- jer of Ball State College, and Mr. Eight.Chamber Members Attend State Meeting Eight members of the Logansport Chamber of Commerce attended a luncheon meeting of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce in Indianapolis at noon | according to the report, while | there were two each flue, first aid and service calls. Twenty-four of the alarms came, Speskers included the president by telephone, three were turned | of the United Slates Steel Corpor- in at alarm boxes and two were still alsrms. Eisert reported the value of property protected by the fireman was $40,000, including $32,000 in ouildings and $8,000 in contents. The estimated damage'was $565 to buildings and S200 to contents. Three Clubwomen Talk With Nasser At Cairo, Egypt CAIRO (UP)—Three Midwestern clubwomen, ation, Clifford Wood and several slate officials. Those attending from Logansport ivtre: Robert Disher, Fred Hauss. Dale McNutt, William Slenhilber, David Cook, Dewey Schmidt, Robert Jus- Lice and Mahlon Curlin. The last tljree are Cass counly representatives to the stale legislature. them from Indiana, talked for 55 minutes with Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser Sunday. Miss Sally Butler, Indianapolis, Ind., legislative consultant and former president of the National Federation of Women's Clubs, and the others said afterward Nasser told them U.S.-Egyptian relations, would be better if there were more contacts on a personal level between nations of the two countries. The other women were Mrs. Robert I.C. Prout, Minneapolis, Minn., president of the federation, and Mrs. Woodford Schrpeder of Jrosse Pointe, Mich., chairman of .he federation's international affairs department. Mrs. Hartleroad, Of Peru, Succumbs touring j PERU—Mrs. Bessie B. Hartle- one of road, 58, of 164 North Miami Donahue and daughter; Bonnie and Mrs Earnest Seward of Flat Trailer Court; Mrs. Raymond Hrrandez and daughter, route 4, Peru; Mrs. George Parlow and daughter; 2007 East Market street; Mrs. Robert Parish and daughter, route 2, Walton. Teacher Assaulted At Peru Courthouse PETiU — Police here are seeking a man who hit a Macy school teacher In the mouth and knocked her to the floor of Miami court house Saturday after he tried to grab her pocket book. Mrs. Alfretta described her assailant at slender, six foot, and wearing blue jeans and a brown suede jacket. OK HOUSE BEPAIRS A' building permit' was issued Monday to Gene Parker, 80 Sixteenth street, to make general repairs to his home at an estimated 'cost of $50. Rock, Ind. Mrs. Isadore Davis who underwent surgery last week at Memorial hospital was returned to her home Wednesday, and is improving satisfactorily. William A. Howell, a member of the US Marine Corps base at Camp LeJeune, N. C., has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett White. He was to return to camp, but became ill and was taken to Ft. Harrison hospital at Indianapolis for treatment. He is in serious condition. PUBLIC INQUEST public inquest into the death of 13-year-old William C. Stiner, Kokomo, will be held al 9 a.m. Wednesday at Cass county Coroner M. B. Stewart's office in the courthouse. Stiner was killed Saturday afternoon when he was shot in the heac while hunting in Deer Creek town ship, near Deacon. S Mrs. Crawford, 73, Claimed by Death Mrs. Jessie Leona Crawford, 73, wife of Ora Crawford, Winamac, route 3, died Sunday morning at Memorial hospital. Born July 15, 1884, in Shelbyville to William and Josephine CarKn, she had resided in Pulaski county 54 years. She was a member of the Indiana Conference Seventh Day Adventist church. avenue, died at 11:05 p. m. Saturday at the Peru nursing home. She had been ill for one year. A lifelong resident of Miami county, she was born May 30, 1899 l.o Charles and Martha Wa'.ker Mobley. Her first marriage was in 1918 to Clyde Robinson. Her second marriage ^'as in 1922 to Eldo Harlleroad, who survives. Also surviving are six daugh- le;s, Mrs. Stacey Down, Great Lakes, 111.; Mrs. • Naomi jsparks, Mrs. Marvin Dillman, Rita, Har- teiroad and Carol Harlleroad, all of Peru, and Mrs. Paul Davis, F<>rt Wayne; four sons, Victor Rob- iivxm, Peru; Jay Robinson, Fort Wayne; Ralph Hartleroad Peru; and Ronald Harlleroad, with the Army in Korea; a sister, Mrs. Florence Schooy, Uniondate, Ind., and 3 grandchildren. Friends may call at the Drake- Flowers funeral home, where services will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday. The Rev. A. C. Underwood will otficale. Burial will be in the Cbyton cemetery. Peru Jail Breakers To Face New Charges PERU—Two new charges have !been filed against the two men who Survivors are the husband; four;broke jail Thursday but were cap- sons, Ernest, Olho, John, and lured two hours later. Forrest, all of Winamac; 18 grandchildren; eight great-graad- 'hildren; two brothers, Job, In- disnapolis; and Reese, Riverside, Calif,; and a sister, Mrs. Lora Bloom, White Rock, B. C., Can. 'Final rites will be held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Winamac Chrislian church, Rev. E. W. Snow of Logansport officiating. Burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery. The body is at the Fry and Lange funeral home in Winamac and will be removed to the church an hour before the funeral. In addition to charges against ; Clarence Sullivan, 20, of Marion.' of second degree burglary and against Michael Cox, 20, of being. AWOL, each has been charged with stealing a car and breaking jail. Begin Serving Time INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Robert J. Wilcox, Shelbyville, reported today to a U.S. marshal to begin • serving a two-year federal sen-'~ , fence for possessing whiskey stolen 'from an interstate shipment. ; SALE CALENDAR Dec. 13—Mace & Virgil Martin , Harry Bridge Dec. 13—Gilbert L. Maus Murdea Dec. 14—Bob Mestzer ....Waldron"-

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