Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 9, 1957 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 9, 1957
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LUbrtlNorUn! uounm Fourteen Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Start Work On Culver Auditorium CULVER, Ind. — Construction started this week on the Gene Eppley Auditorium-Theater on the campus of Culver Military Academy. Start of work or,' the 1500- seat theater came after a year of extensive study and plans for the development of the project. The contract for construction has been let to the F. A. Wilhelm Construction Co., Indianapolis, Ind. William B. Ittner of St. Louis, Mo., is the architect. The new auditorium-theater, which bears the was made pos: made in October. 1956 by Mr. Eppley of Omaha, Nebr., through the Eugene C. Eppley Foundation, Inc. Gifts to Culver by Mr, Eppley, a 1901 Culver honor graduate, total $3,600,000. The Gene Eppley Auditorium- Theater will be- contiguous to and START WORK ON CULVER AUDITORIUM I don't know, but I suppose they do." Monday Evening, December 5, 1MT. Sport Parade 3y JACK CUDDY United Press Sports Writer , . „ , N'EW YORK (UP)—Eddie Gott-i sai ? brown - haired Neil, who'pect some in the late-season when,were probably others he didn't re- lieb, president and general man- weighs 225 pounds but appears I the boys get worn out somewhat; member. How did Johnston get his frac- bv the wavc of injuries ""el nearly a dozen key players whose tured jaw? you never expect anything like • injuries this season kept them out g ot it f rom a s u-ay elbow," that early in the season. You ex- of one or more games, and there ' ager of the Philadelphia Warriors, said, "I've been connected with professional basketball for 35 years, and I've never seen such skinny because he stretches 6-8. His upper left jaw was crushed in and fractured in three places. up :by the long grind and lose their freshness and alertness." Wanzer said he could name a wave of early season injuries." | A qjick operation pulled the bones He made that comment while into P lace - CULVER—Work on the 1500-scat Gene Eppley Anaitorium-TIicatre at Culver Military Academy was started last week. The new building is named after a 1301 graduate of Culver who donated funds for the project. It will adjoin the recently completed three-building Gignillial Memorial Quadrangle on the scaped area including campus [torium construction will be re- walkways designed for tha flow tained to assure appropriate air- praising the gameness of Neil Johnston, the Warriors' center, who suffered a broken jaw in a game with New York last Saturday and returned to the court . against Syracuse Tuesday night, without missing a contest. campus. ic name of its donor, I recently completed three-building ;sible through a gift Gignilliat Memorial Quadrangle honoring the late Brig. Gen. L. R. Gignilliat, former Culver Superintendent. It will be located directly west of Gignilliat Memorial Hall, near the north shore of Lake Maxinkuckee. Separating the impressive cam- harmonize architecturally with the; pus developments will be a.land- of student traffic, A covered colonnade on the south side of the auditorium, will accommodate automobile patrons. As a part of the project a new main entrance drive for approaching the auditorium is being planned. Specialists in theater and audi- Musial Shares Honors With Aaron, Mays NEW YORK (UP)— Stan Musial's seventh National League batting title shared honors today with splendid all-round performances by two the circuit's younger stars — Hank Aaron and \Villie Mays. Final official figures released Sunday by the Elias Baseball Bureau confirmed Musial, of Donora, Pa., as the NL batting champion with a .351 mark that was hie best since 1951. The St. Louis Cardinals' 37-year-old star batted .500 in a September spurt that broke up a five-player battle for the crown and put him far ahead of Mays' .333 second-place figure Ballistic Missile Force Now Combat Arm of SAC BUNKiBR HILL Am FORCE] BASE, Peru, In-d., December 5, 1937 — General Thomas S. Power, Commander-in-Chief of the Strategic Air Command, recently announced the organization ol: the Ballistic Missile Force as a combat air arm of SAC. Named to head the new sub-command is Major General David Wade. SAC Chief of Staff for the past 15 months. General Wade, a flying officer since 1935, commanded one of the first SAC combat units to see action in Korea. The Ballistic Missile Force in- President of U.S. Steel Hits Four-day Week Seeks Increase In Production for Union Program ,"No, they didn't have to wire the bones in place," said the pride of Broomall, Pa. "But we had a half-mask of aluminum made in a hurry so I could wear it and continue to play." A strap under (his chin and another around his "I don't know what's responsible j forehead holds the half-mask in for all the injuries," Gottlieb ad- ; P'ace over his left cheek and jaw during the game. He said the fracture didn't pain him on the Read the Classified Ads mitted. "Anything I'd say would] during the game. He said conditioning, seating, acoustical treatment, lighting and stage equipment. The auditorium will be used for theatrical and dramatic | productions, Commencejr.ent exercises, weekly assemblies of faculty and student body, lectures and debates. be only a guess. But I never saw anything like it." Shares Gottlieb's Views Coach Bob Wanzer of the Cincinnati Royals agreed with Gottlieb. court. Wanzer said he was mystified Deaths and Funerals 1 "I've a hunch it may be caused iy the stepped-up running game this season," Wanzer said. "I've realiy been surprised by the increased running of all the clubs when they play against us. Whether they do the same against others Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3995 GUTIIR1E Funeral .services for Earl F. Outline,- 66. of 527 Brown street, will be at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the McCIoskey-Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev,. Walter Davis Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. MANDERS Final rites for Emma Manders, 82, were held Monday afternoon at the Trinity Episcopal church, INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The'with Father Gerald Claudius of- president of the United States • iciat »* Burial was in Mt - H °P e . . . . .• j.uiaoLiciLC^iv.ciu vntii^i c t. j. MI- Musial s seventh championship j Air Force r g cent , ann0 unced the leaves him one short of the league j transrcr of ;ts Fjrst Missj , e Divi . mark held by Homis Wagner and, c Cook Ca , ir _ {|) SAC his 176 hits ra.sed his career total , assigned SAC the re- to 2 957-only 43 shy of the 3 000-, ;bj!it f ,° uia , operationa , mark which has been achieved by : £ bim / o[ the intercontinental only six players in modern -base- JJ intcrmedia t e range ballistic ball history. But, great as Musial's performance was. it could not completely overshadow the s'.eady day-to-day batting exploits of Aaron or the all-around skills o.f the ever-amazing Mays. Aaron, the world champion Milwaukee Braves most valuable player award winner, led i' three important departments—runs, 118; home runs, 44, and runs batted in, 132. His .322 average tied Cincinnati's Frank Robinson for third and his 369 total bases beat out Mays' total by three. Steel Corp. said today that "prom- for a strategic air oHensi've^fhe ises (of)a shorter worl. week at equal or higher pay with no mention ofi ncreased productivity" is a "20th Century 'grim' fairy tale." The remark was made by Clifford F. Hood in a talk prepared for delivery at an annual meeting of the Indiana Slate Chamber of missiles (IOBM and IRBM). SAC's first missile squadron is scheduled for activation at Patrick Air Force Base, Fla., on the 31st of this month. It will be equipped with the "Snark," a 5,000 mile, air breathing, jet powered missile flying near supersonic speeds. Some 67 highly selected SAC Commerce. Hood said an "economic realism" by American families gained cemetery. INSTALL NEW STORM WINDOWS AND DOORS NOW! Phone 3G66 for Free Estimates CHARLEY LOWE ROOFING CO. CHARLES Last rites for Abram A. Charles, 74, of 1926 Spear street, will be at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Fisher funeral home. The Rev. Raymond Skelton and the Rev. Harry Rea will officiate. Burial will be in the Miami Baptist cemetery. MILLER- Funeral services for Mrs. Delia from "experience", once "carried _ Mjllel% 75 , of 1530 High street] wiu oven nto the affairs of business , 1( . at 2 p . m _ Tuesday at tho Kroeg . and government," "From those days of basing economic actions on realistic facts, however, we -.seem to have Mays, the 26-year-old c e n t e r- i nation's first ICBM site. personnel are now training at emerged! nl.o an era of fantasy," Northrop Aircraft Co., in Califor-i Hood said. "It is an era of eco- nia in the handling of the Snark. Francis Warren Air Force Base near Cheyenne, Wyo., has been selected to become, under SAC, the fielder of the New York (San Francisco) Giants, was the first player in 29 years to his 20 or more homers, triples and doubles in the same season. Willie, who'll replace the Golden Gate as 'Frisco's most spectacular landmark in '58, numbered 35 homers, 20 triples and 26 doubles among his 195 hits and also led the circuit with 38 stolen bases. Ed Lubonski Le.ads Match Game Bowlers With 215 Average CHICAGO (UP) — Ed Lubanski of Detroit boasting a torrid "215 average" today led 4 qualifiers into the semi-finals of Ihe Invitational World's Match Gam:; bowling championships. Lubanski and 47 other qualifiers will bowl 12 games today for a chance at top-seeded Don Carter of St. Louis and the $5,000 first prize. The finals, which will run for four days, start Tuesday with the 15 high semi-finalists, plus Carter. Carter did not have to bowl, but did and wound up with a 4,905 total which relegated him to 16th place in the qualifying list. Lubanski knocked over 5,179 pins in 24 games. Close behind were young Jim Carman, Dallas, Texas, with 5,070 and Dick Weber, St. Louis with 5.052. In the women's division, Marion Ladewig, Grand Rapids, Mich., top- seeded in her division, compiled a 16-game total of 3.224 for an average of about 201. She was paced by Phyls Notaro, Brant, N.Y., with 3,156, and Arlene Eck, St. Paul, Minn., 3,149. . Steve Nagy bowled a six-game 1,410 series Sunday for one of the highest such series in tourney history. Nagy finished i:. fifth place among the qualifiers, one pin behind Bill Golombiewuki, Grand Rapids, Mich., who ht-d 5.032. Carman, the youngest entry in General Power said the new subcommand for ballistic missiles will be an integral part of SAC's global air striking force. "Missiles." he said, "as they are perfected, will supplement and complement the manned aircraft. However,"_ he capability and flexibility of operations, it is essential that the Air Force maintain a significant force of manned aircraft during the forseea-ble future." Bunker Hill Air Base, near Peru, Ind., recently became a part of the Strategic Air Command, but Is not expected to participate in the missiles program. Two Drivers Arrested, One Pays Fine, Costs City police arrested two drivers during the weekend and one posted forfeit bond to cover his fine and costs. nomic fables that could well give our future a very grim outlook." Hood said another "fable" was that prices are the cause of inflation. "Prices, or more specifically, 'administered prices,' to use the words of those who are spinning this modern tale, are being branded as the culprit behind the steady rise in the cos f of living. "The fact that prices are a reflection of costs . . . appears lo haven o bearing at all on the matter." Hood said his firm in 1940 made a profit after taxes of 9% cents per dollar of sales, a rate a little belowt he average of all previous years. But he said since 1940, dc- spitep eak production years, the firm never equalled that figure and came close only in 1955 when the profit was 9 cents. er funeral home, with the Rev. Harold King officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 DONATO'S ITALIAN VILLAGE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Hallmark Christmas Cardt Wh«n You Care Enough To Send Th« Very Best COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and • comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOGANSPORT 511 Erie Phone 3650 FOR SALE — Cottage on Pottawattomie Point The undersigned Administrator on Wednesday, December 11,1957,at2 P.M., at the Trust Department of The National Bank of Logansport, SOl'S Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana, will offer for sale to t'ne high bidder, at private sale, for not less than the full appraised value thereof, which appraisement can be obtained by contacting said Trust j Department, Die following described real estate, to-wit:— LOT NO. 41, TN POTTAWATTOMIE POINT This Jot is located on the Banks of the Wabash, and can be reached by going South on Eighteenth Street to a point just across the Wabash Railroad tracks, turning East for about two miles lo a grocery store which is just two doors from this cottage, and is improved with a good collage having a living room across the entire front of said residence, screened-in porch covering the entire front of Ihe cottage on the river side; well equipped kitchen with built-in cupboards, bed room on .second floor; we'.l water in the house by means of an electric pump; shower bath; good oil furnace; slate siding; good roof and garage. The television aerial and rotor go with the cottage. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION This sale will be made subject to the 1957 taxes payable in 1D5R. Purchaser will receive Administrator's deed showing good merchantable title and sale will be subject to the approval of the Cass Circuit Court. TERMS: $300.00 down on day of sale and balance when deed and abstract are ready. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPORT, Administrator, Edward M. Dingcldine Estate. Myers !: Molique, Attorneys. Take Tim* OuV From Christmas Shopping relax . . hav« Two Autos Collide On Biddies Island Cars driven by Lawrence Doug- ORDEE YOUK Personalized Christmas Cards QUICK SERVICE 50 for $1.95 and up Hallmark Cards "The most beautiful in the World" Exclusive with us. TIMBERLAKE'S • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway Drive-In Package Liquors U, S. 24 i. W. Linden Phoni 21162 FOR CHRISTMAS Pre'Wrapp«d Packages, Decanters end Blschoff unusual Venetian Glass RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 DR. W. RAY DAVIS Your Chiropractor for 25 Yean, Says: "YOU SHOULD GET THE BIG IDEA" Take full spinal adjustments with regularity until all symptoms disappear—Then once a week to retain your newly acquired health. 304V4 4th St. (Over Central Drug Store) 4th St. Entrance . —PHOiNE 3365 LOGANSPORT LUMBER CO. Russell Green, 56, Burrows was 'as, 50 route 1 Brmghurst, and slated at 6 p. m. Sunday for driving Gene Shaffer 2=, route 2, city, with ar. expired license. David w«e damaged in an-accident on r _...._ . Cntifh TViit-H crvonv of fiatiac crfojar Brown. 24. Buffalo, N. Y., arrested late Saturday night for speeding after he was clocked at 45 miles an hour in a 30-mph zone, going west on East Broadway, posted ?24.75 to cover his fine and costs. South Third street at Gates street on Biddies Island at 12:40 p. m. Sunday. "Both drivers were headed south and Douglas pulled slightly to his lett, scraping the Shaffer car, according to the police report. PUBLIC SALE the moot at 19 years old, A 1,230 series Sunday. rolled Maple Leafs Pick Up Lost Ground The Toronto Maple Leafs, after a slow start, are making up ground fast in the National Hockey League /ace. The Leafs picked up three points during the weekend by battling New York to a 3-3 tie at Toronto Saturday night and then edging the Rangers, 2-1, Sunday night at New York. In other Sunday night games, the Montreal Canadiens increased their league lead to seven points by downing the Detroit Red Wings, 3-1, and the Boston Bmins blanked the Chicago Black Hawks, 3-0. LEBANON EDITOR DTES LEBANO.V CUP) — Stephen A. Spitznagle, 54, city -editor of the Lebanon Reporter, died Sunday in Witham Hospital about a week after he suffered a severe heart geizure. Having sold the farm we are dissolving partnership, and will sell; «*» the following items at the farm, located 2 : /z miles southwest o£ Royal jtea Center and 8 miles north of Lake Cicott on blacktop road, commencing | ]S at 12 noorj, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1957 1956 International 300 utility tractor, used 400 -hours; International H tractor, just overhauled, complete with cultivators; 1957 International 2MH corn picker, picked 134 acres; 1954 International 24 corn picker, very good; 1949 International 50T hay baler; 1953 Inter-national 64 combine; 1954 Int. 438 4-row cultivator; Int. 3-14 breaking plow; 1952 Int. 4-row corn planter on rubber; John Deere Model H manure spreader; 10-ft. Oliver tandem disc; Int. 7-ft. mower; Int. side delivery rake; manure loader for Int. H or M; manure loader for 300 utility; 32-ft. double chain elevator; 15-ft. harrow; Int. grain drill; 2-row rotary hoe; rubber tired wagon with 14-ft. grain bed; 12-ft. Cardinal elevator. TRUCKS—1955 Chevrolet half-ton pickup with 16,000 miles; 1948 Chevrolet cab forward. 1'A-ton with two-speed axle. , LIVESTOCK—18 head of cattle: 5 Holstein heifers to freshen soon and 13 open Holstein heifers. SHEEP—100 head breeding ewes and 3 bucks. HOGS—50 head of feeding hogs, wt. 100 to 125 Ibs. 5 portable hog houses; two 16-hole Dawson feeders; creep feeder; 100-gal. hog fountain; seven 2-ft. steel troughs; Int. 2 single-unit milking machine; 10-gal. electric hot water heater; double wash tank; four 10-gal. milk cans; 11 cow stanchions; Stewart electric clip-master; set dehorners; fence stretchers; 25-gal. weed sprayer; Vz-in. electric drill; well drilling outfit; 2 Warm Morning stoves; other items too numerous to mention. At the same time and place James Abbott will sell the following items: 1949 WD Allis Chalmers tractor with cultivators; mounted 2-16 plow with radex bottoms; Allis Chalmers 7-ft. mower; Allis Chalmers 60 combine. 400 bales first cutting hay; 200 bales second cutting-alfalfa,. TERMS—CASH. Not responsible for accidents. . . No property to be removed until settled for. Lunch served by Baptist Christian Auxiliary. MACE AND ViRGIL MARTIN FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART Ping Pong Table Sets .$14.75 .$10.60 . $24.95 TRAIN BOARDS 4'x6' $2.88 FOR DAD Black & Decker TOO! SALE 10% Reduction 'Til Christmas BUDGET TERMS FOR MOM Give Her A New Kitchen for Christmas Let Our Kitchen Specialist Help. No Dawn Payment 36 Months . To F*qy Harry Bridge. Auctioneer Roy Bridge, Clerk LOGANSPORT LUMBER CO. 719 Spencer Street Phona3067 WINTER TERM OPENS Monday, January 6 Day and Evening Classes Can you afford not to prepare for a better job in 1938? Preparation creates opportunity. ACCOUNTING: Professional; Senior; Junior. SECRETARIAL: Executive: Private; Medical; Junior. STANOGRAPHIC: Stenographic. Early registration, is advisable. Visit us for information and registration. Approved for Veteran Training LOGANSPORT BUSINESS COLLEGE 501 Barnes Office Bldg. Mrs. Sadie K. Crcery, Mgr. Insulate your home MINERAL WOOL Insulation helps you keep the house evenly heated without frequent ovcrfiring ... reduces danger of overheated flues . . . and saves up to 40% of your fuel money! Your home -will be cozily warmer and far more healthful this winter . . . and delightfully cooler next summer. Let us make a survey and estimate—at no charge. KOOFINCCO. >PEN AU DAY WEDNESDAY! § I AZLE CASH MARKET HOI C E i F AT S [410 Broadway SATISFACT10 CUARANTE F' OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY COUPON COUPON COUPON Good Tuesday & Wednesday • December 10-11 BAZLEY FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER 49 With 'Coupon Only '(.LIP THIS COUPON AND BAZLEY PUKE PORK CASING SAUSAGE 3..$1.00 We Will Bake Your Christmas Ham 3PEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY! LflGANSPORT PUB! 1H LIBRARY

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