Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 19, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 19, 1957
Page 24
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1Q6ANSPORI PUBLIC LIBRARY Twenty-four Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Hungarian Refugees Reunited With Family CHICAGO (UP) — A Hungarian refugee who endured the terrors of a Nazi concentration camp and the Soviet suppression of his homeland today joyfully celebrated his reunion with two brothers and a sister. Yeno Berkowitz, 54, and his •wife, Elonka, stepped off a plane at Midway Airport Tuesday night and rushed into the arms of relatives he hadn't seen in 39 years. Berkowitz' first words upon alight- Ing were: "Now I feel free. I'm breathing free air. I'm a free man." The brothers, who look alike, easily recognized each other as Yeno, who said he would change his name to Eugene, stepped onto the airport ramp. • Greeting Yeno were his brothers, Ben, 55, who operates a shoe store in Bloomington, 111., and Sam, 52, a wholesale furrior in Chicago, and a sister, Mrs. William Sonnenblick, 42, Chicago. Another sister, Mrs. Betty Green, Cleveland, was unable to get here for the reunion. Yeno said he and his wife plan to become American citizens. Mrs. Berkowitz will change her first name to Elaine. Yeno said he worked in a Hungarian labor camp during World War II for two years and when the Nazis threatened to send him to the Russian front he broke his arm by smashing it with a brick. 7n 1944, the Nazis sent Yeno and 480 other men to the notorious German concentration camp at Dachau, Only 16 of the group were found alive when the U.S. Army liberated the camp. Yeno said he weighed only 80 j pounds when liberated and had; expected to die within a few days. His first wife and 14-year-old daughter were killed in the furnaces of the Auscwitz concentration camp. net solo; Carol Sue Sanderson played the "Lord's Prayer" on the piano, and. Dana Myers, Mary Kay Sanderson, Marilyn McCain, and Fredona Lesh sang "The Christmas S:ory;" Diane Mullin played on the piano, "The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers." The annual Christmas party of the Jackson Township Home Demonstration club was hold in the Methodist church on Dec. 11. After a turkey dinner the president, Mrs. Eva Jones, opened the meeting; 38 members were present. Devotions were led by Mrs. Mildred Parrett; report of the last meeting was read by the secretary, Mrs. Inah Caldwell. The following new officers were installed for 1958. President, Mrs. Ruby Martin; vice president, Mrs. Lucille Myers; second vice president; Mrs. Pauline Hodge; secretary, Mrs. . Caldwell; treasurer, Mrs. Berniece Wise; publicity chairman, Mrs. Dorothea Duncan. Hostesses :n charge of the meeting were Mesdames Eva Brubaker, Geneva Shanks, Mary Wilson, Katie Lake, and Inah Caldwell. Chorister Edith Oyler and pianist Fredah Gardner led group singing. Mrs. Myra Gardner and Mrs. Ruby Martin sang, "The First Noel." Mrs. Mary Wilson read Chirstmas stories. Members of the Truth Seekers class of the Lower Deer Creek Church of the Brethren held a carry-in - supper at the church Saturday evening. Gifts were exchanged. On the committee in charge were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhns and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Maxwell. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Maxwell and family, Leslie Kleckner and family, Mr. Deaths in News By UNITED PRESS WASHINGTON — Rep. Jere Cooper (D - Tenn.), 64, died Congress in 1928. He served for nearly 29 consecutive years from that time as representative from the Ninth Tennessee District, LONDON—Dorothy L. Sayers, 64 detective writer and creator of the Wednesday night of a heart a*- momc i edt ma dcap aristocrat char- tack. He was chairman of tne] ac| . Lord Peter wirnseV| died powerful tax-writing House Ways Wednesday at her subur ban home and Means Committee. Cooper died at the Bethesda, Md., Naval Hospital. One of the most, powerful, but one . of the most shy lawmakers, he was first elected to the 71st and Mrs. Robert Scholl and children; Lowell Brubaker and family, Mr. • and Mrs. Edwin Wise and children, Rev. and Mrs. Dolar Kitchey, Mrs. Billie Cr'ee and children, Ladies of the Methodist church will sell mincemeat at a market on Saturday from 9-11 a.m. of. a coronary thromobisis. DELRAY BEACH, fla. - Alexander H. McDannald, 80, "encyclopedia Americana" editor - in- chief for almost 30 years and former political editor of Baltimore newspapers, died Wednesday. APPEAL FOR PHONE BALE INDIANAPOLIS CUP)—A joint petition was filed with the Indiana Public Service Commission today seeking approval of the sale of the Elberfeld Telephone Co. and the Airline Telephone Co., Elberfeld, to the Kirksville Telephone Co., Princeton. Thank You We wish to thank our friends, neighbors, New Waverly and Logansport fire departments and everyone who helped during our recent fire. —Mr. and Mrs. Carter Butt, Mr. and Mrs. Onis Long, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morris. Thursday Evening, December 19, 1057. TIPTON LODGE NO. 33 F.&A.M. Stated Meeting Friday, Dec. 20 at 7:30 P. M. Election of officers. All Master Masons invited. OWEN LOUIS SHANTEAU, W.M. Camden A Christmas program will b« presented on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Lower Deer Creek Church of the Brethren. On the committee in charge are Mesdames Ida Kays, Clara Zook, Helen Maxwell, and Ira Shafer. "Members of the Camden school faculty and their spouses held their •annual Christmas party Saturday evening at the home of principal .Albert Verrill and family. Rev. Duncan J. MacNab, pastor of the Baptist church, has been elected president of the Camden 'Ministerial Association for next year. Other officers elected at a recent meeting were Rev. Dolar Tichey, vice president; Rev. Chalmer C. Harold, treasurer; and Rev. William J. Moschel, secretary. The association is planning a program of "community services" for next year. Next meeting of the group will be held in the Lu• theran church on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 1:30 p.m. WSCS of the Methodist church •will convene Thursday evening at the church. On the hostess- committee are Mesdames Eva Ro- besons, Bessie Leslie and Eva Britton. Members will exchange gifts. The Philathea class of the Lutheran church held a carry-in supper in the parish hall on Wednes' 'day evening. After the supper. Rev. William Mischell conducted a devotional period and the group sang carols, •with Mrs. Mable Mullin at the piano. 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