Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1957 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 17, 1957
Page 23
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Friday Evening, May 17, 1957. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAi Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven Plan Open House At 100th Steinberger Home Show Public Tri-level Home at 705 Parkway Visitors Welcomed Saturday and Sunday Afternoons at New,-Modern Residence. Open house will be held Saturday and Sunday afternoons at the new, modern tri-level home at 705 Parkway Drive. ^This is the 100th home built here by the Steinberger Construction Co. and will be shown from 1 to 6 p.m. both days. The six-room house, which also has a utility room and a bath and a half, is located on a large, beautifully landscaped lot and is built on three levels. The bottom level includes the garage, a general purpose room with a fireplace and the utility room, while the large L-shapcd living room, and modern kitchen ble compartment sink and birch cabinets with formica tops. The flooring throughout the frame and concrete block conventional built home is of vinyl tile and hardwood block, while 13 closets help provide adequate storage space for everything. Ample electrical outlets are another feature of the home, which is heated by an oil forced-air perimeter system which is adequate for air conditioning. Firms which helped supply materials for the home include the Baker Special company, which provided the .furnace; David's 'hardware, light fixtures; Bet-R-Way are situated on the middle level, Glass company, mirrors; Carter Block company of Monticello, concrete blocks. Logansport Paint and Wallpaper company, paint for both exterior and interior; Wolf Ready Mixed Concrete company, ready mixec concrete; and Logan Auto Parts and Service, kitchen appliances. Craftsmen who helped in the building of .the home include: Char les E.. Wilson Roofing Company plumbing by Modern Plumbing & Heating, electrical work by Bar nett Electric Company, heating bj which has an attractive brick- veneer front. Three large bedrooms, including the master bedroom and half-bath, are located on the top level as well as full tiled bath. Modern Conveniences The spacious living room includes a dinette area, featuring sliding glass doors which open onto a patio with a brick and stone planter. Features of the modern kitchen include built-in range, oven and garbage disposal, stainless steel don- To— Steinberger Construction Co. Congratulations and Best Wishes on the Showing of Your 100th Home Name Eleven For Libel in Indictments Hollywood Grand Jury Completes Investigation of Confidential Magazine HOLLYWOOD (t/P) — A grand jury investigating Confidential magazine was reported to have indicted 11 persons for libel and other charges, including an actor's beautiful ex-wife who allegedly Wilkinson Heating Company, excavating by Engineering Construction Company, masonry by R&R Masonry, gutters and downspouts by Mehaffie Sheet Metal Shop, with schrubbing and landscaping by Wilbanks Evergreen Gardens, dry wall by L. J. Burkholder. The home is to be financed by First Federal Savings. gathered Hollywood gossip for the publication. The indictment was returned at the conclusion of a two-day grand jury probe into the controversial magazine. The secret indictment was reported by jury sources to have listed charges of conspiracy to publish a criminal libal, publish and distribute lewd and obscene material, disseminate illegal information about'abortions and information about male rejuvenation, the sources said. It cited five publishing and distributing firms besides She individuals. Among those named, the sources said-, are Publisher Robert Harrison and Francesca de Scaffa, attractive former wife of actor Bruce Cabot. She was identified in testimony by former Confidential Editor Howard Rushmore as one of the chief sources.of Hollywood "material" for the magazine. The indictments were termed "secret" until returned before a judge because Harrison and the Explosion Of British H-Bomb TOKYO (UP) — Ten thousand jisering Japanese students waving banners proclaiming "British Fools" and "Ban' H-bomb Tests" converged on the British Embassy today and put it in a virtual slate of siege. More than 1,000 police were rushed to the embassy armed with long white riot sticks, pistols, short clubs and tear gas to sl.op the demonstraors against Britain's current Pacific H-bomb tests from forcing their way into the compound. l£.w criminal libel is an extraditable off ease and that Uie state would seek to bring the defendants tc Los Angeles for trial. The five companies named by- the sources are Confidential Magazine Inc.; Kable Printing Co., Mount Morris, 111., Publishers Dis-! tributing Corp., New York; Whis- ; others involved were out of the pur Inc., another Harrison enter-, state. Asst. Atly. Gen. Clarence 1 prL>e, and Hollywood Research ; Linn said that under California j Inc. State May Remove Some Speed Limit Sighs Says Peters INDIANAPOLIS ('UP)—Indiana Highway Chairman John Peters said today some speed limit signs may be yanked down because they are not needed. Peters said at his weekly news conference that the highway commission is studying speed signs which have been posted in many areas for years. He said member are concerned particularly with signs restricting speeds for motorists just leaving cities and towns. Peters said he saw no reason for a 40-mile-an-hour speed limit, for example, for half a mile after a motorist leaves a built-up city area. Peters also said his office is trying to produce an audit of right-of- way transactions to satisfy 'the Federal Bureau of Roads, which demanded such an accounting before it will release about three million dollars in federal funds to Indiana Cool and Wet Is Forecast Showers and cool temperatures kept a firm grip on Hoosiers today and there was no sign of a letup. Showers and thunderstorms were forecast for today, tonight and Saturday morning. They may return to the extreme south portion Sunday. General rain was due again about Tuesday or Wednesday. The cool temperatures which featured the weather in Indiana the last two days was due to continue. The five-day outlook for Saturday through next Wednesday called for temperatures averaging 9 to 12 degrees below normal in the extreme north to 2 to 5 degrees below normal in the south. Normal highs are t>9 to 79 and normal lows 49 to 60. "Cool with warming trend Monday or Tuesday," the outlook said. "Precipitation wiil average one- half to one inch as showers in the east portion Saturday and more generally about Tuesday or Wednesday Says Russian Couple To Abandon Children CHICAGO (UP)—Two Russian parents have decided to abandon their four sons in this country and return to the Soviet Union forever, according to Lheir attorney. Mr. and Mrs. George Kozmin probably will leave as early as next week, Stephen Love, an attorney hired by the Russian Embassy in Washington, said. Love also blasted a decision by Family Court Judge John Clayton Jr. that the boys, aged 9 months to 10 years, should remain in America. BRIDGE RESULTS The Woman's Duplicate Bridge club met Thursday evening at llii? YWCA with six tables in play ami the following results; Mrs. A. T. Lybrook and Mrs. Pnul Loni;- nccker, first; Mrs. Charles Vincy and Mrs. Don Hockman tied with Mrs. Stewart Buchanan ami Miss Janice Macy for second and third places Be Sure to See the 100th home constructed by The Steinberger Construction Co. 705 Parkway Drive Open House Saturday and Sunday Afternoons—1 to 6 P. M. We are pleased to have furnished the wood finishing materials and paint in this new home. Logansport Paint & 322 Broadway Wallpaper Co. Dial HCS7 To Steinberger Construction Co. Our Congratulations on the Completion of Your 100th HOME This new Tri-Level Home at 705 Parkway Drive is a beauty. The Concrete Blocks, of course, were furnished by CARTER'S CONCRETE BLOCK PLANT BLOCKS for Home nml Industry, Monticello Ind., Phone 024. We 've Hit the Century Mark! See Our 100th Home OPEN HOUSE ?wSfi?i^| :.'••'.'•'•. :'•-'-.'',•».- £'£'',.'•'.:•'"/'Jv Vw v'.- ; '•'''":.'/,:.':'. • •' '.'v^.-,•...:.• ™'"v;;. '•: 705 PARKWAY DRIVE (Located 1!4 Blocks South From 24th and George Streets) Luxury Home — Reasonably Priced Beautifully Landscaped Wonderfully Located in Parkway Addition Enjoying the Protection of Building Restriction SATURDAY and SUNDAY Afternoons, May 18th and 19th 1:00 to 6:00 P. M. The Features You Asked For ^ Are All Incorporated in This Beautiful TRI-LEVEL HOME designed especially for the lot: • Tri-Level Conventional Construction. • Three Extra Large Bedrooms. • Master Bedroom With Half Bath. • Tile Bath With Shower and Colored Cast Iron Fixtures. • Lavanettes With Large Mirrors. • Recreation Room With Fireplace. • Philippine Mahogany Passage and Sliding Closet Doors. • Spacious L-Shaped Living Room With Dinette. • Sliding Glass Door to Patio. • Patio With Brick and Stone Flower Planter. • Kitchen With Built-in Horpoint Range, Oven and Garbage Disposal — Stainless Steel Double Compartment Sink, Exhaust Fan—Birch I-X-L Cabinets With Formica Tops. Vinyl Tile and Hardwood Block Flooring Throughout. 13 Closets—Storage Space for Everything. Oil Forced Air Perimeter Heat—Adequate for Air Conditioning. Heated Garage. Ample Electrical Outlets— 100-Amp. Multi-Breaker Service. • All City Facilities- water, Sewer, Gas, Electricity, Fire and Police Protection. • Close to Good School. • Curbs and Sidewalks. • Future Paving of Street Included in Purchase Price. Other Lots Available in Parkway Addition for Restricted Homes. Sewer and Water Lines Already Laid Inside the Lots. These Area Craftsmen Helped Us Build Our 100th Home! Charles E. Wilson Roofing Co., Engineering Construction Co. Roof R. R. 6, Logansporf, Ind.—'Phone Burrows 36-1 Excavating Rural Route 4, Logansport, Ind.—Phone 2657 Modern Plumbing & Heating R. & R. Masonry Plumbing 314 Fifth St., Logansport, Ind.-Phone 3258 Barnett Electric Co. Electric 416 S. Third 1 , Logansport, Ind.—Phone 2821 Wilkinson Heating Co. Heating 2121 High St., Loaanjport, Jnd.-Phone 2208 Masonry Royal Center, Ind.—Phoen 3070 Mehaffie Sheet Metal Shop Gutters & Downspouts 1327 High St., Logansport, Ind.-Phone 4377 Wilbanks Evergreen Gardens Shrubbery R. R. 1, Logansport, Ind.—Phone 40929 LJ. Burkholder Dry Wall R. R. 4, Peru, Indiana—Phoen GR3-5950 FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc., Realtor, 125 Fourth St., Phone 3063 Steinberger Construction Co. 2100 George St. Phone 3546

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