Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 22, 1957 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 22, 1957
Page 20
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PAGE TWENTY THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, IOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER K, WS7 12 Fined By Justice Twelve persons were fined in the local justice of the peace court Saturday. They were: Roy Fason, 57, route I, Bunker Hill charged with DUI, arrested Saturday by State Trooper Wagenknecht, was fined $1 and costs and a year's suspension of his right to drive. Bill Golden, and John Coghill, both of Indianapolis, both arrested Friday night by Deputy Sheriff Roy King on charges of improper parking,- were each fined $1 and costs. Randy Clayton, route 2, Linton was fined $1 and costs after being arrested by State Trooper Keyes for failure to stop for a stop sign on Oct. 19. Hilary Walterhouse, Bremen, arrested and charged by : trooper Gaylor with speeding in a : 30 mph zone, was fined $5 and costs. Ronald Bureham, South Bend, ! charged by Trooper Keyes with ; speeding in a 30 mph zone, was j fined $1. Keith Hunt, route 1, Royal Center, arrested Dec. 15, by Trooper Gaylor and charged with improper passing, paid a fine of $5 and costs. Fred Ploss, route 2, Royal Center, arrested Dec. 13 by Trooper Wagenknecht and charged with driving without a valid operator's For Holiday Entertaining Get delicious AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE license, was fined $1 and costs. Donald Konger, -route 1, Churbus- co, arrested Saturday by Galveston town marshal Malcomb Taylor for failure to stop for a stop sign,'was fined $1 and costs. Roger Daggett, route 1, Galves-j ton, arrested Dec. 14, by Gaylor' for speeding, was fined $5 and costs. Donald CarmJchael, route 2, arrested Saturday by Trooper Wagenknecht for improper passing, was fined $1 and costs. Robert Pommerville, Bunker Hill Air Base, arrested Dec. 14, by trooper Keyes for speeding, was fined $10 and costs. PUBLIC FORUM This spring-like weather sure is fine, But I'm impelled to drop a line To criticise the weather man For setting up the crazy plan— Taint Natural. You can rant at snow And laud green grass Where blossoms bloom and zephyrs blow; But Santa doesn't ride an ass, Taint Natural. For Christmas travel snow and ice Are naturally pre-requisite True, sand and sun and daisies nice May make a summer exquisite, But Christmas, bah-Taint Natural. Old Santa Class's means o£ travel Can not endure on sand and gravel He must have snow to keep on going And to have snow it must be snowing THAT'S NAfTURAI, Ciifftrd 0. Wild Thrift Talks LAKE CICOTT—the school here bas taken a step toward bus safety that is unique in'its history: • To enable each bus driver to focus his thoughts on the road and on his- driving, a school bus patrol lias been formed. With 48 bubbling kids at his back to keep under eye, a driver's mind is often distracted from his duties. SAVE—the "easy payment" way We all "fall" for easy payments. That's why lots of us have many things—but NO MONEY. Welt getting rich, too, can be done on the installment plan. You can't wait until you're rich to start to get rich. Start to save money with $5 or $10 or any other small nest egg. Put it in the First Federal, and then put in a like sum every payday, every week or every month. In short, buy yourseff $1000 or $5000 on "the installment plan." On most installment purchases you have to pay interest, but at First Federal you GET dividends, compounded semi- onnually, on your "payments to yourself." jg JOIN OUR 1958 "DIVIDEND PAYING" f» jf Christmas Saving Club Now f " *J « jrr. $r *^* S : AH you do is to put in any sum you please each $ :& week, from 50 cents up. (The $1 and $2 clubs are j» the most popular.) Come in and ask for further C : details. CURRENT DIVIDENDS 314 Fourth Street WHERE you save DOES make a difference.! ASSETS OVER $12'/2 MILLION loaded with the door near the road, now it is turned around with the door toward the school. Durrin said this was mandatory in view of the creeping tendency of many motorists to disregard bus loading signs. 'The six patrolman, who were chosen upon recommendation of the bus drivers, are all from the seventh and eighth grades. They are Mike Taulman, Carol Rych, George Watts, Jeanette Pownell; Charlie Young, Driena Myers. ' The bus drivers are Delton Guy, Ely Peters, Harry Giffin, Ballard Gray, and Keith Cooper, who is resigning. Ralph Beckley will be the new one. "We are satisfied with the results of the patrolman system since we started it, about five Patrol System Used on Lake Cicoft School Buses Members of the new bus patrol recently formed at the Burnettsville school get their instructions from Principal Lowell Durrin. Left to right, front row, Mike Taulman, Carol Rych, George Watts; back row, Jeannette Pownell, Charlie Young,. Driena Myers. The patrol system is the first one in the school's history. - (Staff Photo-Engraving.) principal Lowell Durrin, "and yet avoid strict regimentation, which I believe will defeat our purpose." Should any pupil violate any of the rules, which are laid down by state law, the patrolman talks to him about it and if that -has no effect, he mentions it to the bus driver. If it still does no good, then the driver and patrolman talk to the parents. "I do not want to be called into it except as a last resort," Durrin said; To insure student safety, loading- method at the school has been changed. Whereas, one bus was Assigned to. each bus is a student patrolman (boys and girls) whose job is to keep order and to stop any hocus-pocus that may be hazardous. Drivers and teachers tell the | students not to get up to get off | the bus until it has stopped. "We hope to maintain discipline on the bus.for safety's sake," said weeks ago," said Principal Durrin. "In any event, institution of such a system can certainly do no ham," he said. BUTLER WINS ' INDIANAPOLIS WV-Butler XJri- versity Friday won the championship of the Friendly Five debate tournament by taking all of its eight contests. Others in the order they finished were Wabash, Indiana, Purdue and DePauw. The debate was oa "right-to-work" laws. It has been ."ince 1898 that Cuba won its independence from Spain. But, the Cuban ministry of finance reveals that it is still paying 15 mi.'iion dollars In pensions annually to 7,408 men who fought against the Spaniards. SPECIAL - ALL WEEK SPORT OO < SHIRTS JU THE QUALITY D*Y CLEANING YOU LONG TO%' PERSONALIZED CARE FOR YOUR FORMAL WEAR 'Merry Christmas to Everyone" CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS 3rd It linden 17th A Broadway SHOPPING DEC. 23 RD TIL. Tutsinr DEC. 24« Til. MIM.K* CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS DAY

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