Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 18, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 18, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, December 18, 1957. Senate Group Probes Union In Tennessee WASHINGTON (UP) - Senate rackets investigators resumed their digging today along an already-warm trail linking Teamster Union officials in Tennessee to dynamitings, vandalism and other forms of violence. One of the first witnesses called for the hearing was Glenn W. Smith, President and business agent of Teamsters Union Local 515 at Chattanooga, Tenn. Smith already has been linked by previous testimony to dynamitings in various parts of the South. Committee counsel Robert F. Kennedy said the Senate Rackets Committee was especially interested in "matters for which (Smith) and 12 other teamsters were indicted in 1951." The ease finally resulted in a directed verdict for acquittal two years later in the criminal court of Judge Raulston Schoolfield at Chattanooga. Kennedy said another early witness would be Hubert L. Boling, business agent and secretary-treasurer of the Chattanooga teamster local. He was one of the 12 men indicted with Smith in 1951 on a 10-count indictment charging various acts of violence. The case jockeyed through the courts for two years, Kennedy said, with Schoolfield at one point quashing the indictment. However, SPECIAL TV PROGRAM Christmas highlight over the ABC-TV network 9:00 to 0:30 p.m. EST Friilny, December 20, wi'.l be the Frank Sinatra Show. Bing Crosby will join voice with Frank Sinatra in a special half hour of yulelide songs both old and new. Guaranteed tc be top entertainment. painted. New drapes: and new supplies are being purchased. Hostesses were Mesdames Ralph Sparks and Wayne Sines. Women's Missionary council of the Grace Brethren church met at the home of Mrs. Dalta Myer, near Burlington, for its Christmas meeting. A carry-in meal was served in the evening. Mrs. Melvin Fisher, president welcomed the 33 women present and conducted a business session. Mrs. Paul Humbert, vice president, was ir; charge of the program. The Bible study, "We Are the Lord's Through God's Gift" was given by Mrs. Harold Slayoer. The missions study was "Our Gifts to the Lord: Our Youth", given by Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Homer Hanna led the prayer circle. A poem, "Entrusted" was recited by Mrs. Carl Flora. Others taking part in the program were Mesdames Leon Clingenpeel, Basil Burns, Lester Fife, Lee Fetter hoff, and guests, Mrs. William Kolb of Kolcomo and Mrs. William Calo of ML Vernon. Gifts were exchanged and mystery pals revealed. True Life Adventures KEEP MOVING/ A START!_EC> RABBIT HEARS A SERIES <OF t7UI_U THUMPS ISSUlMS FROM' A BURKOW HE HAPPENS TO BE PASSING. IT IS 'THE KANGAROO RAT THUMPING T<D LET HIM KMOW HIS PRESENCE IS NOT WANTEE?. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thrco day night and was served a turkey dinner by the hosts. Carols were sung and games played. Attending were' Mr. and Mrs. William Helvie and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curts and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanaway, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Short and children and Rev. and Mrs. George Christmas song and told a Christmas story. Mrs. Loren Chittick read "Christmas Starts at Easter"; Mrs. Payne read a poem. Mrs. Mabel uioson and Mr: 'and Mrs. Charles Gibson entertained employee and wives of the M. E. Gibson company at a dinner at Monticello. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Schoolfield was overruled by the!Whipple. State Supreme Court and a trial The 49'ers Home Demonstration Richard Johnson, Mr. ordered. During the trial in 1953, • club will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Dec.! Andrew Williams, Mr. Kennedy said. Schoolfield directed i 18 for a polluck supper at the, Vernon Williams, Mr. Fritz Ostermueller, Ex-Ball Player, Dies QUINCY, 111. (UP)—Fritz Osler- mueller, 50, a former major league baseball pitcher, died at St. Mary's Hospital Tuesday where he had been a patient for nearly a month.. He iiad pitched for the Boston BEFORE HE EMERGES FROM HIS . HOL-E, THE KANGAROO RAT <3IVES A FE\M MORE THUMPS.... ...AMP LISTENS. IF THERE IS NO RESPONSE, HE ASSUMES IT IS SAFE TO ^lOME OUT. Di*i*n»l 14 Kinj roiura Srrdiuu. 12*18 ly after World War II and operated a motel near Quincy on U.S. 24. ASK SALE ON PHONE FIRM INDIANAPOLIS (UP)- The Indi- Red Sox, the old St. Louis Browns ! ana Public Service Commission and the -Pittsburgh Pirates during i was asked today to approve the ' i n ' s rna J ot ' league career. He also ' sale of the Wawaka Rural Tele; , * and and ".' ; had pitched in the Three-I League, ph. ' J ' He retired from baseball short- No a verdict freeing the teamsters, jhome of Mrs. Richard Porter, with Byron Jervis, Mr. and_Mrs. jMarvin Kennedy said Schoolfield. a candidate for the 1954 Tennessee Democratic gubernatorial nomination, has been invited to attend the hearings but has not replied. lone Cooperative to the new TIMES ARE TOUGH AGAIN NEW YORK (UP)—One subway rider must have been disappointed when the subway strike ended Monday. A letter to the New York Expect Long Trial Over Teamsters .WASHINGTON (UP)— A long court trial appeared likely today to keep the nation's largest labor union — the scandal-ridden team-; sters — without effective national leadership for many weeks. Officials at the union's headquarters said the teamster lame-duck xeculive board, is simply mark- Ing time. They said major policy decisions were being delayed pending outcome of the federal court trial in which 13 "rank-and-file" members are seeking to prevent President- elect James R. Hoffa from taking office. Attorneys for the "rebel" teamsters planned to present testimony today from witnesses from Illinois, Buffalo, N.Y.. and the greater New York City area in support of their contention that election of Hoffa and other officers at the union's recent Miami leach, Fla., convention was rigged. The trial now is in its third week. The end is not in sight. Both sides have agreed to recess Friday for the holidays and resume the trial Jan. 6. The trial is being conducted without a jury by Federal Judge Dave Beck still is president of th* union even though his term expired Dec. 1. Beck was convicted in Seattle Saturday of the theft of $1,900 from sale of a union-owned Cadillac. He has appealec' the conviction. He faces another trial soon on income tax evasion charges. Hoffa is being tried in New York City on charges of conspiracy to tap the telephones of union subordinates. That trial is likely to end this week. "OLDEST PHYSICIAN" FALLS KENDALLVILLE <Un—Dr. C. B. Goodwin, 95, the oldest practicing physician in the nation, fell in his home Saturday and sustained a possible hip fracture. Goodwin had carried out his usual daily routine just before the fall with regular office hours and visiting the Lutheran Old Peoples Home where most of his patients are younger than the doctor. Daily News read: "It has been 3|F. Dickinson Letts. He already ' pleasure riding the jammed subways these past few days, and I trust the strike will continue for many has issued a preliminary injunction blocking Hoffa and the newly- elected executive board from office pending outcome of the trial. confidential CASH LOANS quickly.' Open Wednesday Afternoon 226 S. Third St., Logansport 285S The FLORA Carroll County Scottish Rites club held its Christmas party at the Delphi Country Club Thursday night. Carols were sung, led by Rev. A. P. Manker, formerly of the Presbyterian church at Delphi. New members were introduced. Principal speaker was Mart Fow- 1 ler, formerly of Delphi now at Purdue University. Among those attending from' 1 Flora were Mesdames and Messrs.] Clayton Ayres, Ray Shanks, C. W.! Ryan, Dick Johr.son. Joe North-' cutt, Ed Esseman. Daniel Brown, Robert Clark and Harry Cree; and also Frank Shoff, Russell liana-j way and Robert Wingard. Kraft Foods Company gave turkey dinner for their employees! at the Church of the Brethren, i Leo Flora was presented a gold; ring for five years of safe driving. The Kraft Foods plant has been closed the past two weeks for remodeling. Milk from the area has been going to Peru, Sheridan and Lebanon. The plant was scheduled to resume operations on Dec. 17. The Eastern Star held its Christmas party Monday night, at the Masonic temple. Past Matrons and patrons were honored. In their honor, Mrs. Clarence Watson sang "Memories". Miss Donna Tinsman, accompanied by Mrs. Donald \ Brower, sang two numbers. The Tri F club was entertained ir; the home of Mrs. Ray Shanks, northeast of Flora, on Wednesday night at a Christmas dinner. Gifts were exchanged. Assisting Mrs. Shanks were Mesdames Ross Briggs, Don Garrison, Clarence Watson, Richard Leiter and George Wason. Clayton Ayres, accompanied by Jesse McCain and Charles Martin attended the State Shrine Convocation held in the Murat Temple, Indianapolis. The Vit-Em-In class of the Christian church met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Stout Fri- the pickpocket." The union's lawyers have agreed Northern Indiana Telephone Co Strasser, Carl Parrett and Everett OPEN MONDAYS SHOP- • Mon. - Thurs. 9-5 Fri. and Sat. 9-9 Devotions will be by Mrs. Doyle birthday was also observed. The Most Treasured Gifts Come From Tlie Golden Rule! men's Society has sent 61 gifts to held its December meeting in the the Mexico Church Hpme. At the library clubroom. Mrs. Gene Mich- society's December meeting held ael and Mrs. Barney Sparks gave Christmas customs. 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