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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune WHITE Court House Hours Change The White County Board of Commissioners at their December meet-: the office ransacked but nothing reported missing the sheriff's office reported. Files and desk drawers in the office and contents were damaged when they were broker, open and searched as well ns contents. Entrance was gained when a window in the office was open. pried Christopher and Jason Brandt. A total o£ 537 from over .the state formed this class. Othei- members of the Scottish rite went to Indianapolis to watch the degree work given during the week. Among the spectators going were Mel Hubbard, Nick Bozich, Cleo .Allen, Walter McColly, Dean Cottrell, Don Quasebarth, Dr. Wayne Houser, Jack Kellogg, Maring established opening hours for] . . vin Stewart and Bob Glover. «,» /-nnrf hmisp hpEfinning January inn sneriir s oiuce, state ponce « PVPTa i mBrn h»rs of last the court house beginning January 1st, 1958. The court house will be open five full days o f the week from 8 a.m. until noon and 1 to 4 o'" clock afternoons and a half day, until noon on Saturdays. Under this schedule effective with the beginning of the new year the court house will be opened Wednesday afternoon when it was formerly closed under this year's schedule of hours. The automobile license branch, following regulations of the state license branch office, will retain .fne same opening hours, and will close as usual at noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays every week. Office hours other days are 8:30 a.m. until 12 p.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. During the rush months of January and February when the 1958 license plates will be on sale the and Monon town police investigated. , AC2 and Mrs. Jerry Dean Cap- ptr. of Rockville, are the parents of an 8 Ib. daughter, Candy 5>ue, born this morning at 9:05 at the Clinton Hospital at Clinton, .Ind. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. Mrs. Capper is the former Virginia Garringer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Skee Garringer. AC2 im C, Several members of last week's Scottish Rite class will return to Indianapolis Friday to take the Shrine degree work. Forrest Lake, of the Chicks and Edith Dye, of the Hicks, were high at the Eastern Star-Masonic bridge tourney Wednesday night. Hosts for (he evening were Mrs. Dy'e, Mrs. Lillian Burch, and Frank McCuaig. The next play will be January 8th. Mrs. Elaine Gross returned to tapper is the son of Mr. and Mrs. !i ler home Saturday from St. Eliz- Harry Capper, of South. Main sireet, Monticello. Mrs. Garringer has been at Rockville for several days to be with her daughter. Reports from White County Memorial Hospital: Births: To Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Snowberger, Route 1, Francesville, Dismissals: Mrs. Jesse Riddle open am H;, during the noon hour. The Dye Lumber Company of Monon owned by G. Russell Dye was broken into Saturday night, XOTICK OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OP INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OP CASS ) IN THE CABS CIRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER TBIOI. 1957. Xotico is hereby t'iven that Willlam Li, Kraut was. on 5th day oE December, 1957. appointed Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Dora Tvraut, deceased. All persons having claims a- Rnlnst such estate, whether or not now due. must file the same In said court within six (6) months irom the date of tho first publication of tills notice or said claims he forever barred, Dated Indiana, this 6th day of December, 19n7. Elizabeth Bicker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Ca.ss^ County, Indiana Norman L/. Kleslins Attorney for Kstata 10-17-24 NOTICE OH' ADMINISTRATION BTAW3 OP INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OP CASS ) No. 15243 IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER TERM, 1957. N'otice is hereby given that HENRY C. WOW was, on 5th day of December, 1957. appointed Ad- '.Tninistrator of the estate oC Ivath- ryn 3 TVolf, deceased. All persons having claims a- fra'.nst said estate, ivhether or not now clue, must file the same in said court within six (6) months from tho date of the first publication of this noilce or said claims TviH be forever barred. Dated at Logansport, Indiana, this 5th day of December. 1957. ELIZABETH BIEKER Clerk of the Circuit Court 0'NRIL.L & 0'NElt.L Attorney for Estate rry Larson, 505 West Marion. Mrs. Chris Wuethrieh and daughter, Route 2, Francesville; Charles M. Barnes, Route 1, Reynolds; Mrs. Leon Gross and son, Route 5, Monticello. A baby shower honoring Mrs. Shirley Wilkerson was given by Mrs. Alma Wooldridge, Mrs. Linda Miller and Mrs. Gladys Buschmeyer at the Chalmers Baptist Church. The door prize was won by Mrs. Lucy Jones and contests were won by Mrs. Ruth Girton and Mrs. Maude Howard. Miss Beulah Wooldridge decorated the cakes with blue.baby s.'.ioes and pink roses. Ice cream, mints and coffee were served by the liost- The honored guest received several lovely gifts. Those unable to come sent gifts. Mrs. Lillian Prevo returned home Friday evening after visiting over Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Weltich and family of Muncie. A large class of Masons from over White County were in Indianapolis last week receiving Uie Scottish Rite degree. Those receiving this 32nd degree were Sheriff Charles Miller, W. 0. Harr.ion, William Andrews, 'Dean Miller, Al abeth Hospital at Lafayette where she was-a patient since last Tuesday for treatment and observation. Pick Officers Of Extension Council Here Roger Ide Named Chairman; Don Heckard New Vice Chairman Officers of the Cass county Extension Council were elected Monday' afternoon at a meeting in the YWCA. Roger Ide, of Noble township, was elected chairman, succeeding Jesse Martin, who held. that post this .year. Ide is a representative of the Purdue Agriculture Alumni Association. Other officers for 1958 are: Don Heckard, vice . chairman, Mrs. Eldo Meeker, secretary; Mrs. $95,637 Bank Robbery at Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE, :Sy. (UP)—Police today sought two bandits who held up a branch bank of the Citizens . . . .. ., . TI _ Fidelity l?ank and Trust Co of even 3 a »m. ln g ou ] th <= vital U.S. $95,637 Monday in the big'gest I ear ^ warning radar defense sys- v t_ I__TJ :__ T : :it_ t_ • i tPTYI. Says Russians Building Super TV-Sputnik' WASHINGTON (UP)— Atomic expert Rep. James T. Patterson (R-Conn.) said today Russia is building a super television satellite capable oE controlling the world's communications — and Hospital Work Is Progressing On Schedule New Arnbulance Entrance Finished; End Work in 1959 Work on the million dollar expansion project at Memorial hospital is progressing on schedule, according to Howard R. Jones, hospital administrator. Since construction started in September, the underpinning of the front of the o'.d building has been completed and most of the concrete walls and footings have been poured. The new ambulance entrance is finished and will be put into use •when the new doors- are installed. 'Construction is scheduled to be completed in 19i>9, but part .of the new wing will be used late next year when remodeling of the old building begins. Jones said the patients enjoy watching the construction work outside their windows. He said little noise can be heard inside the building. During November -the hospital had 269 admissions and a total of 1,960 patient days, the highest number since last March. bank holdup in Louisville history. Police said the pair who herded six customers and 13 employes into, a line while they grabbed up the money in the cash drawers and night depository bags, made off in a stolen car, later found abandoned. Don . Riley, manger of the branch, said the men entered the suburban shopping center bank about 15 minutes after it opened, wearing masks. It was the second bank holdup mlo . ~L^ .,..,....-., „, in this area in less than a week. Lois Fickle, Mrs. Debra Ide, Ken-!Two bandits took $9,268 from a neth Miller and Jesse Martin, di- downtown branch bank Dec. 3. A rectors. Reports on Extension' office activities during the past. year and plans for the future were given by Miss -Ethel Nice, county home •demonstration agent; Gus W. TM- as, county agricultural agent; and Earl James, BFBL director and assistant county agent. Preliminary plans for a meeting next year with Purdue extension officials also were made at the meeting. Patterson said and authoritative "most reliable sources"' also Tuesday Evening, December 10, I95T. Monticello \Voman Dies in Lafayette MONTICELLO — Funeral services were scheduled at the Crum- Jcy a'lapel in Hillsboro Tuesday at jl:30 p.m. for Mrs. Lawrence Lin- jvillc, of River Road, Monticello, (UP' — who died Sunday morning in a Lafayette hospital after a lingering told him the Soviets are making j ner o{ tl)e Nobe) Peace p r ; ze| re Sputniks which' may be "utilized | cejveri his award at similar C ere- Nobel Prize Winners Get Cash Awards STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UP) King Gus^af Adolf of Sweden to- ^_ day presented gold medals andij|j ncss . $40,000 cash awards to the 19571 The bod was returned , o Hills . Nobel Prize winners in science and ..^ her former homc She ^ literature. j jvoc j in jjonticello the past two Canada's Lester Pearson, win- as bomb-carry vehicles." monies in Oslo, Norway. The TV Sputnik, Patterson said, Glmnar Ja i, n chairman of (he is being designed to jam not only radar and radio and television signals but also broadcast "its own propaganda on any TV channel anywhere in the world." SOLDIER-HUSBAND KILLED BEDFORD (UP)—The Army the soldier-husband suspect in that Robbery, Charles Wilber Marcum, was arrested in Cincinnati the following day. Monticello "Christmas Sing" Set for Dec. 20 MONTICELLO—About 1500 child- RUSS BOAST: 'No Failures In Launching Sputniks' LONDON (UP)— Soviet Russia claimed today it had no failures in launchings its two earth satel- j Moscow Radio broadcast a _ , _ ,„ . ,, i statement in the official Commu- Tucsday morning Dec V m the, nist pravda ti goviet office of County Auditor Richard profess ^ SedoV| a £ em £ o£ the Seven Cass Hearings Set by State Board Hearings on requests of seven Cass county taxing units for addi- 'mainder of the year will be Gobi. The hearings by a representative of the state board of tax commissioners will include: 9 a.m., Deer Creek township; '3:30 a.m., .Bethlehem township; !l:45 a.m., Boone cello and Union township schools on'Friday, Dec. 20 at 10 a.m. in Staggs Gymnasium at Roosevelt High School. The yearly event is one of the oldest such programs in Indiana. It will consist of Christmas carols accompanied simultaneously by stage portrayals interpreting the songs. Little Theatre Group To Meet This Evening The Logansport Lit';le Theatre ?roup will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Logansport state hospital for the program which was postponed from last Tuesday because ship; 10:15 a,m.,, Jefferson township; 10:30 a.m., Noble township; and 10:45 a.m., Harrison township. Dukes Hospital Hires New York Consultant Soviet Academy of Sciences, on. the "no failures" report. Pravda carried articles by Se- dov and by professors Muskhelish- vili and Sergeyev on the occasion of the one-thousandth orbit around the earth of Sputnik I. Sedov said the "launching of the Sputniks was preceded by large- Norwegian National Assembly's | of M J. S i\i ar j an Brolzman, Bed- Nobe! Committee, hailed Pearson, ]{ord u . as kj | led whcn 1,15 au i/, mo former Canadian foreign minister,! bi!c ' ovenurlle d near Topcka. Kan., as a key figure in saving the- Sunday H is body will be returned world from a third world war. l )lcl . e ' for bur j a i; The parents of Jahn referred to Pearson as the specialist Third Class JeraJd architect of the U.N. Middle East Brotzman live in Boise, Idaho. Emergency' Force and co-founder of NATO, but said. "I want to emphasize that the peace prize has not been awarded to the politician or to the secretary of state as such, but to Uie man Lasler Pear- jjj son becau.se of his persona! quail-:*? ties, his powerful initiative... - |J strength and perseverance..." Read the Classified Ad* Peru Public Hearing On Thoroughfare Plan PERU — A public hearing on the \<g proposed thoroughfare plan for Pe- § ru will be held at the regular \y monthly meeting of the Planning jg Commission at 8 p.m. Tuesday. The proposed plan will set up and establish widths and locations of sireets for major thoroughfares liirough and around the city. MOTK'ER HELD IN JAIL PARK FALLS, WU. lUP) The If there's a man in your Ufe — and this CHRISTMAS it's going to be a Man'i DIAMOND RING You'll find it here in our wonderful assortment. Sputniks was preceded fty large-1 motner O j e jght children, who were ':. scale preparatory work based on burne[1 to deatn whcn their one »< extensive research." . I story home became a raging in-ig "As a result the USSR has had fe , no was hcM in thc Price Coun-,» no failures in launching its earth satellites," he said. "Two at- SBteiMes> .. ne saia . .- TWO at . -- PER,U-Truste«-s of Dukes Me- tempts were made and both were $5 V° fr - Bon ! lorial hospital Monday hired a snr ™ ssfll i.'. \J%£: ty jail at Phillips today in lieu ofjjj morial hospital Monday New. York doctor at a fee of $9,000 to act as consultant on the hospital expansion program—to cost $1,500,000. He is Dr. Anthony J. J. Rourke of New Rochelle, N. Y. CHANGES CONFESSION MICHIGAN'CITY (UP)—Minor 38, Park i | . .. „ .,._..! FIFlFs, \vas charged Monday with | * Speaking of the United States; ,, hi]d ncglcct . she waived p^lini-lS difficulties, Sedov said, 'this jnary hearing and was bolmd over ; g Massive and Masculine Design bears out once more the complex- f ity of this task, I believe American specialists will before! long succeed in launching earth I satellites. 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Dark cov/- hide cover. White stripes •For day or night play. PRECISION-MADE, LOW COST ICE SKATES 6-baN croquet set in rack •srj^,; Jumbo 7* hardwood, 'J QC '.•;•.'I beaded,striped mol- i tig J .V-j,-;^ lets. 6 plastic balfc COMPACT Trail Blam air rifle set 850-shot riftv can- T OC tee«i, bell, 25 paper targets, 2 pks. BBj. •NT 10X10 LAIDIES" "ICE RIDER" FIGURES 10 75 Top-grain whiteleatfier shoe. Full flannel lining. S»nart looking side trim. Carbon steel blades. Sizes: 5 to 10. Unlined figures. Sizes: 4-10 9.25 Jr. girls' figures .7.45 MEN'S "ICE RIDER" FIGURE SKATES long-wearing, top-grain black leather shoe. Warm flannel lining. Waterproof sole. Carbon steel blades. Sizes: 6 to 12. Unlined figures. Sizes: 5-12 Jr. boy:i' figures II 75 .9.75 .7.45 Football-basketball set Double-sport fun with f Jl f rubber basketball, J , ^f J football. Gift boxed. or/f> J(II lURRYH SHOP NOW FOR BEST TOY iCTION - - - *•*''••<• > •• - '•''•^t— -fa '\**£*.JA MINERS KILLED Caldwell Taylor, GLEN ROGERS, W.Va. (UP)— 61 inclement weather, according to ville Ky., who confessed the eight- Five miners were killed Monday Mrs. J. T. Hillis. president. October there were 259 ad- or Irinqullizers. Cbrtil.ed laboratory let!) provo BCLL-A»S tibletl nouttllllo 3 tlmet is mud itomich iMHy in ona cave-in at a Raleigh Al interested persons in this area pretty Kentucky high school cheer missions and 1,655 patient days. In White, David Hornback, Cloyd Ry- Wyoming Coal Co. mine near this leader Sunday, repudiated his con- are invited to attend. Members do September 244 persons were ad- Claude Allen, Rev. Dale Ham- southern West Virginia communi- fession after a- four-hour lie detec- uoc have to be residents of Logans- ilton Jim Miller, Howard Baker, mitted and there were 1,546 pa- for Cass County, Indiana tor test. Monday port, Mrs. Hillis said. 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