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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 15

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 10, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, December 10, 1957. 13. REAl ESTATE c. Farms FARMS FOR SALE 30 A. Clay Twp. $12,500 32 A. Clinton Twp. $12,800 40 A. v Carroll Co. $17,000 56 A. Noble Twp. $18,500 80 A. Harrison Twp. $42,000 80 A. Washington Twp. $36,000 110 A. Clinton Twp. $30.000 111 A. Harrison Twp. $31,000 115 A. Carroll Co. 4f ... $18,500 118 A. Adams Twp. $29,500 135 A. Tipton Twp. . • $41,000 We can sell some of these farms on land contract or we will consider trades for smaller or town property. For full information don't hesitate to call— Otto HUbert REALTOR Ph. 2684 Latest Market Reports BOOM CONTINUES Living standards in U.S. are up, despite higher prices and:|dxus. Don: U.S. O.P.. ol C.m 'il'4l >3'4S'47'«'a 'y 'liS'Sl YIMLY DAT* M OT. Morti- K"« ROYAL CENTER POST OFFICE Hawkins Stockyards Meat type aaove quotations 180 to 200 18.25 200 to 220 18.15 220 to 240 17.70 240 to 260 17.25 260 to 280 W.85 280 to 300 16.35 Sows 15.25 down Boars 10.00 down S;'ags 10.00 down Veal 19.on Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 13 Heaevy Hens .16 ' Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 16 Judge Studies Guilty Pleas In Two Cases Robert E. Tucker, 35, of 'Peru, pleaded guilty to second degree burglary, and Frank J. Miller, 218 East Miami avenue, pleaded guilty to a charge of failure to provide when they were arraigned Tuesday morning in the Cass circuit! J court before Judge Clifford 0 I Wild. A third defendant, Albert Means, charged with rape, told Judge Wild that he had been unable to secure counsel and the court' informed him that counsel will be appointed to represent him. He then \v-as returned to the Cass county jail. Tucker, who previously had been charged with auto banditry, carry, ing a penalty of 10 to 25 years iirf- prisonment, was charged with second degree burglary of Logansport high school in a new affidavit filed Tuesday. That charge carries a penalty of 2 to 5 years imprisonment. He was alleged to have taken a trumpet belonging to Paul Minks i clt # P olice Tuesday morning ap- when he entered the high school | Prehended the youths who deflated Veals Third Street Market .20 Lambs 18 Veal Hides 12 Beef Hides 05 Eggs .40 PRODUCEKS STOCKYARDS 190 to 220 No. 1 18.90 190 to 220 18.40 220 to 240 17.90 240 to 2GO 17.40 250 to 280 16.90 280 to 300 18.40 Sows 15.23 down Boars 7.25-10.25 Stags 7.25-10.25 CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 11,000; steady to 25 lower; No. 1-3, 190-225 Ibs 18.35-19.00; 230-250 Ibs 17.75-18.25. Cattle 6,500, calves 300; grading . Logar.sport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribua* Science Cracks Barrier Of Elberta Peach Tree In the newly remodeled post olficc at Royal Center/ Postmaster Dick Scward, seated, outlines their pla*s for handling .the Christmas mail rush. Left to right, standing Kichard Huffman, Walter Harvey (retired), Homer Umbarger, John Huffman and Helen Brown. Boys Confess Tire Deflating on.November 18. At Tucker's request, Lynn O'Neill was appointed as his counsel. In a plea for leniency, Tucker testified that there .were students and teachers in the high school when he walked in and took the trumpet. Judge Wild took the matter under advisement while he studied the knotty problem of whether entering a public building through an unlocked door to commit a theft constituted burglary within the meaning of the statute. Deputy Prosecutor Frank Tolbert said the auto banditry charge against Tucker w.ill not be pressed to the lesser offense. £ j Hunt fa In a signed statement after his If^if-ij • up arrest by Deputy Sheriff George! Lhlld in IllmOIS. Shanks, Tucker admitted two auto thefts in Miami county, as well as thefts of numerous articles from 13 cars in' Logansport, one at Wal- 'ton and one at Galveston before his capture. an estimated ?XW auto tires in an east-end, neighborhood Sunday night. Officers said the two- 13-year-old boys readily confessed the vandalism when confronted by the police. Both youths reside near the scene of the mass vandalism, police said. Police said the parents of the youths would be responsible for paying any damages resulting from the boys' activity. •Both were turned over to Don Armstrong, county probation officer, and were later released to their parents' custody. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Costello, 1918 Rogers street, asks custody of their two children and support, 'or the children in a suit for divorce from Alvln Costello in the Cass circuit court. The couple was married May 20, 1951, and separated July 28, this year, according The trustees men scheduled a! barrier Thev did fn tV,«, nnmnl-.,;...* «1 „ J «,„ „!, H. „ onnniol „,„„!;„-, p™ •!-!„„ HI <-„ . . ," L ' "'" :o the complaint filed through the law firm of Landis and Michael. high good to prime fully steady to, Tucker also has a previous crim- Man Is Fined For Fictitious Crime Report A Kokomo man was fined $50 and $13 costs and a 10-day sus pended jail sentence Tuesday by Judge Harold Tuberty in city court for making a fictitious re port of the commission of a crime Bill Davenport, the offender was fined as charges of driving while under the influence against 1 James Jarrett, Kokomo, were dismissed. Judge Tuberty said Davenport had made an accident report in which he stated that Jarrett was the driver of the car and was under the influence. It was learned Tuesday that Jarrett was not the driver, and the charge against •him was dropped while the count •against Davenport was lodged. Five drivers were fined for speeding during the court session. Homer W. Wilson, 1415 Michigan avenue, was fined $20 and $14.75 costs; Gene Shaffer, route 2. was- fined $15 and costs; while William C. Gilber of route 4, John 0. Stephenson of Grosse He, Mich., •and DavidfBrown, Buffalo, N. Y., were fined 910 and costs apiece. Others fined were Russell Grepn, Burrows, $1 and costs for driving an auto with an expired license; Leonard Dunham, 100 Burlington avenue, -15 arid costs for disorderly conduct; and five defendants charged with public intoxication. School Trustees * To Meet Tonight Township school trustees will moet Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock at the office of county school superintendent Chalmer Condon. The meeting was moved ahead from the regular Wednesday meet- in? date because of the state trustees meeting in Indianapolis which is scheduled for Wednesday through Friday. Plans for the annual Cass county basketball tournament will be made next Monday at the superintendent's office. Principals of county .schools will meet there at 3 p.m. The tournament will be held in the Berry Bowl Jan. 15, 16 and 18. strong, spots 25 higher; other steers steady; heifers steady to strong; vealers steady; high- choice and prime steers 26.5027.75; bulk choice steers 24.7526.25; good and choice 23.00-24.50; choice and prime heifers 24.0026.00; good to low choice 22.0023,75; good and choice vealers 25.00-29.00. Sheep 4,000; steady; good to prime wooled lambs 21.00-23.50; choice and prime shorn lambs 22.00-22.25. 25 Burglaries Admitted By Man Jailed at Peru PERU—Sheriff Arthur Johns said today that Clarence Sullivan, aged 20, who was foiled twice last week in jail break attempts, has confessed 25 burglaries within 8 months in Indiana and Ohio. Sheriff Johns said Sullivan listed burglaries as follows: Madison county, 4; Grant county, 2; Howard, 2; Blackford, 1; Jay, 3; Anderson, 1; Wabash, 3; Elwood, 2; and Peru, 6; and z in Bryant, Ohio. Sullivan is now in Miami county jail awaiting arrangment on the charges. Reod the Classified Ads inal record, having served, six years and eight months for a strong armed robbery. He was said j to h'are admitted purse snatchings in Peru, Kokomo, Wabash and Logansport also. He is married and the father of four children. Frank Miller was taken into custody Sunday by Sheriff 0. R, Carson and Deputy Roy King on a circuit court warrant issued after his exwife, Mrs. Ruth Weller, signed an affidavit charging him with failure to provide for their three CHIOAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 136,000 Ibs. No USDA price changes. Cheese single daisies and longhorns 39'/2-40; processed loaf 36S7: Swiss Grade A 43-45, B 41-43, C, 39-4]. Butter steady; 615,000 Ibs; 93! and 92 score 595V Z ; 90 score 58%; 89 score 58. Eggs weak; 13,000 cases; white large and mixed large extras 41; mediums 38%; slar.UEirds 40; current receipts 38. children. • SYCAMORE, 111. (UP)— Police in eight northern Illinois counties today manned' roadblocks in the belief that a kidnap-killer may be carrying the body of missing seven-year-old Maria Ridulph in the trunk of his car. Authorities agreed at a meeting here Monday night to stop all cars on main and secondary highways and search them for clues in the baffling week-old mystery. Court Notes NEW YORKfUP)—Science has broken the Elberta Peach barrier which, in its way, is no less exciting than breaking the sound barrier was during the first years of Ihe jet propulsion age. You see, nothing is quite so stubborn as a natural "law," and no natural law was any more stubborn than the one which seemcdt o govern the behavior of the Elberta peach tree. After it dropped its leaves in the fall, nothing whatever would induce it to put forth new ones until after it had endured a period of cold days. You could put it in a hot house, into thesoil most likc.i by El- j berta peach trees. You could ere- ' ate artificially, the weather it ] likes best. But all this to no avail. Productive in Georgia. For that reason the Elberta •peach tree is unknown in all-year warm climates. This is why the trees are most productive in such areas as Georgia where winters are longe nough for the purpose (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) I of the trees, but still short enough -—— • ' for growing seasons to be long ones. To put forth new leaves, an Elberta peach tree must first go through950 hours—or 39 24-hour days—in which the temperature is be!ow 45 degrees. It doesn't matter if there are more than 39 such days. But .there can't be fewer. Clive W. Donoho, Jr., and David R. Walker of North Carolina State College, Raleigh, are the peach scientists who broke the OK Contracts For Architects On School Plan Contracts with architects for the proposed Fairview -grade school project were signed Monday night by school trustees. The $8,000 damage suit of Michael Dougherty against Edith Kroeger and others was dismissed in circuit court at the request of the defendant. Judge Hussell Gordon of the White circuit court was named special judge in the damage suit of Norma Smoot against E. W. Gangloff in the Cass circuit court. Dutch Sea Captains Face Prosecution By ROBERT MONAHAN United Press Staff Correspondent special meeting for Dec. 23 to con sider an appropriation of $5,000 as a retainer fee for the architects, Mediant and Bowman. The signing of the contracts must now be approved by state officials. No estimates of the cost of the new school will be made until the architects and city school superin- hendent Charles L. Sharp determine the physical requirements of the building. In other business, Dr. William 0. Wilson, director of business services, told the trustees the repairs were needed on the boiler at Washington school and on the brick retaining wall in the coal bunker at the high school. Trustees postponed action on Hie repairs until further information is presented. perimental plant growth sub- tance, gibberellic acid which is a chemical manufactured by a Japanese fungus. They experimented with trees which had had no more than 164 hours of cold before they were- transplanted from orchard into large cans and put intoa storage room with a continuous tempera- 'ure of 65 degrees. After 95 days, the trees still were dormant, as was !o be expected. Donoho and Walker .hen sprayed them twice with solutions FOftflON AID APPEAL-TOee President Richard M. Nixon, addressing the National Association at Manufacturer* in New York, said "the prospect* are good" (or another balanced budget. He pledged that •the Eisenhower Administration will place security "above other considerations." Nixon renewed his appeal toe a. broad foreign economic aid program. Report Power Tools Stolen The theft of two power tools valued at $134.45 from the Flanegm Ace Hardware store, 310 East Market street, was reported to cily police Tuesday morning. Oificers were told that an electric saw valued at $59.95 and a two-inch belt sander valued at ?74.50 were taken from the ston sometime after 11 a.m. Monday.' U.S. May Drop Case Against James Hoffa : NEW YORK (UP)- The gov of gibbeliic acid, and behold The 'crnment may have to drop its per- barrier was broken — the trees >? ur y case a 8 ain st Teamsters Pros. JAKARTA, Indonesia (UP) _ Southside residents reported on a _.._. _ __ _ _ ^ Government officials claimed to' survey taken in the old Hendncks important. Solutions containinc 1 _i ii__j. i • P 11 _ , i Cfil'rtAl Hi eCiM/if -Tvus ratio t*r ii-iHinni/aH , .___. . _ O •"•! began growing and putting forth leaves! Finding Right Solutions Not many sprayings vere needed in any experiment, but the strength ofthe solutions was all- day that captains of the Dutch KPM line who tried to take their ships out of Indonesian waters committed crimes. At the same time, police in ±U8w°2 &£ £ °^< -id. the. captains, who tried buokle, 34, .in whose car they found a missing seven-year-old Rockford girl, Leni Toll. Leni was found early today sleeping unharmed in the back seat of Arbuckle's car. Arbuckle was found asleep in the front seat Judge Wild set his performance| way o j j,j s ' bond at $1,000 and had him returned to the* Cass county jail following his guilty plea. of the car, parked in the drive- .INDIANAPOLIS (UiP) — Livestock: Hogs 9,500; around 25 lower; 180240 Ib 18,50-19.00, top 19.25; 240-260 lb 18.00-18.50; 260-300 Ib 17.50-18.00; some 17.25; 130-160 Ib Ki.OO-17.25. Cattle 2,400; calves 200; mostly steady; good and choice steers 22.50-26.00; good and low choice steers and heifers 23.00-24.00; good and low choice heifers 21.50-24.50; vealers fully steady; good and choice 24.50-29.50; prime to 31.00. Sheep 1,000; mostly steady; good and choice lambs 21.00-22.50. Mrs, Sarah Hughes' Rites on Wednesday ROCHESTER—Rites will be held Wednesday at the Foster and Good j bile Legal Association, that would Asks Bundling Boards For Modern Couples BOSTON—An auto-c'.ub executive here is in favor of "bundling boards" in automobiles for love- smitten youngsters. At least, said Philip C. Wallwork of the Automo- funeral home at 1 p.m. for Mrs. Sarah Opal Hughes who was found dead about 5 p.m. Sunday at her •home on North Fulton street. Rev. Wayne Tippy of Argos Wesleyan Methodist church will officiate. Burial will be in Woodsville cemetery at Burrows. Friends may keep them apai>t. There is nothing more disconcerting," he said, "than to watch a young driver in the car ahead trying to steer while in the octopus-like grip of, a sweet young thing. "Needless to say, the recipient of to flee with tiheir ships when Indonesian employes took over the Dutch inter-island shipping company, were subject to prosecution and four years in jail. Fitemen Are Called To Noble Township City firemen took the, 600-gallon pumper to Noble township at 9:55 a.m. Tuesday, when a shut-off on a gas furnace at the Richard Laymon farm home, route 1, city, failed to work and the furnace overheated filling the house with smoke. Firemen sped to the Laymon home, three miles northwest of the city ou U, S. 35, and shut the furnace off before a fire resulted. school district.-The report indicated that there are 119 children in the area between the ages of one and five, and 114 between the ages of 6 and 12. Alva Rathell Of Peru Succumbs PERU — Alva E. (Dick) Rathell, 252 W. Ninth street, died suddenly at 10 a.m. Monday after a heart attack at the Pastime Card room on S, Broadway. Arrangements are yet incomplete at the Home. Drake - Flowers Funeral 000 to 40,000 parts of the substance per million parts were highly effective. Weaker solutions were not. In reporting to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, they said that gibber- allic acid evidently either put the whammy on a specific Elberta peach chemical which kept it dormant or needled its over - all chemistry into functioning despite This is the newest horticultural wonder attributed to gibberellic acid which is exciting horticulture scientists throughout the world. ident-elect James R. Hoffa as a result of the U.S. Supreme Court ban on the use of state obtained court trials, it was learned today. The ruling handed down by the high court Monday may also aid kingpin gambler Frank Coslelio in his motion to set aside an income tax conviction for which he was sentenced to five years in prison. Two Miami County Schools Burglarized PERU — Burglars entered two Miami county high schools Monday night, conflicting considerable damage to one and escaping with an undetermined amount of cash. Sheriff's deputies wfto investigated said that the Mexico high school was vandalized and robbed and the Chili high school was robbed of NOT FOR SALE Mrs. W. A. Fisherbuck, 1713 North street, late Monday report- d t f ed to city police that her neigh- on ' fMd . Browin £. bors, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilder- mutn, had observed a boy take a "For Sale" sign from another yard and place it in their lawn. There was no report on. whether the transplanted sign brought any prospective buyers. It has hastened the germination i 837 - No estimate of the damage to and the early growth of a num- i lfce Mexico school was made, ber of important food plants. It Read the Classified Ads on food-growing. SALE CALENDAR Dec. 13—Mace & Virgil Martin ..Harry Bridge Dec. 13—Gilbert L. Maus Murden Dec. 14—Bob Mertz Waldron Dec. 20—Wilco Farms Roy Crume, Auct. call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at the j such loving attention is probably funeral home. even more disconcerted." Adams Asks Amendment ST. LOUIS (UP)-.Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams has called for an amendment of the Constitution which would allow the vice president to take over the president's office in case of disability. "Delay of a presidential decision due ' to incapacity for a day, or even for a few hours, could have grave consequences," Adams warned. President Eisenhower's recent "minor stroke" made it apparent Congress must "face up to this fact" and approve a constitutional amendment next year, he said. Adams spoke Monday night at a Republican fund-raising dinner. Fulton County Buys Road Supplies, Cars PERU—The Fulton County Commissioners bought highway equipment and two sheriff c;ars Monday. The highway equipment included two snow plows, gasottne, fuel oil, culverts, bridge plank, tires, batteries, weed spray and concrete. The cars were 'Mereutys. $500 DONATION A donation of $500 to tihe Memorial hospital expansion Jind improvement program was made Monday by the F. W. Woolworth company. Pledges to the fund now total $376,342.10, according to Howard R. Jones, hospital administrator. The goal is $400,000. Jones said pledges may be made at the liospital or at either local bank. MKPARtNG FOR CHWSTMAS-Ctoe at fee busiest Gis to Korea te Bfc. Roger S. Beete, Wayne, Mich. He is one ol,severrt soldier postal clerks sorting Christinas packages »t an APO in the First Cavalry Division, near the 38th Parallel in Korea. This is the only V S Army group on front ED* duty anywhere in the world. At bottom, soldiers trim an outdoor. Christmas tree in front o* weir quonset hut. They are (1 to r,): Mcs. Stanley D. POcaart, Grand Rapids. Mich, John R. Enlow, Florence, Ariz.,and Vincent H. Marion, Jodia^.. YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! CLIP AND MAIL TO PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Please insert this Want Ad for days. 1 prefer to start my Want Ad on Write your ad in the spaces below. If you want your name and address in- cluded in the ad r WRITE THEM IN "ALSO. 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