Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1957 · Page 24
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Monday, May 20, 1957
Page:
Page 24
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 24 article text (OCR)

Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune #-& FULTON Mm Jor a party next Saturday. Ohaffee and a friend, Richard Schroudt, 19, inspeo'.ed the bank's [ormer securities vault—an eight by six foot cubicle. Then they opened and closed the heavy door several times. Chaffee offered to let Schroudt "lock him in." Chaffee entered the vault and Schroudt swung the door shut. "I talked to my brother Bob for a while," said Schroudt, "and when I tried to open it again, it wouldn't move." "When I told John—shouting to him—that I couldn't open it,' he laughed. 'Quit kidding, mann' he said." At first Chaffee felt he wasn't getting enough air. Then he lay down and found there was a tiny space between the bottom of the door and .the floor. Schroudt summoned police, who called the locksmiths. (The locksmiths asked not la be identified. They feared criminals might :ry :o force them to use their skVs illegally.) Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. elected president of the 1958 Indiana State Convention of Christian I (Disciples of Ohris 1 ) Churches at the concluding session of a four- day meeting Sunday. RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 Feathers Wanted. Horton'B I Beans-Channels Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 • HEADS DISCIPLES GROUP INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Rev. R. IT. Miller Jr., pastor of the East Side Church of Evansvillc, was Meeting South Side Improvement Assn. Wed.,' May 22 at 8 p.m. At Stephens Garage, 529 Bartlett St. Election of Officers Trade Barbs At Press Club Annual Dinner INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Sens. William F. Knowland (R-Calif.) and Richard L. Ncuberger ID- Oregon) traded humorous party slurs Saturday, night as guests of honor at the annual gridiron dinner of the Indianapolis Press Club. Both speakers discussed differences within the GOP, but each took a different view. Knowland told the gathering the differences within the Republican Party weren't half so bad as differences among the Democrats, lids remark came after "roasl- masler" G. Richard Ellis of Kokomo had introduced Knowland as "a member of the Republican fa lion of the Republican Party." Knowland said there could be no greater diversify in any party than that between Sens. Wayne L. Morse of Oregon and Harry F. Byrd of Virginia, both Democrats. 'Neuberger followed Knowland to the speaker's stand and referred to Indiana GOT. Harold Handlcy and President Eisenhower as Republican leaders "both with fantastic budgets." Switching to the differences v/ithin the GOP, Neuberger said I "modern" Republicans merely •vote against progressive legislation, while "Old Guard" Republicans "both spoak and vole." "A modern Republican is a member of Congress who votes against liberal legislation with profound sorrow and regret," Neuberger said. A highlight of the evening ban- GREETING CARDS FOR All OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Care Enough To Send the Very Best TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Card Headquarters" quet came when a bevy of models paraded through the ranks oX politicians, including Handley, with signs referring to the Indiana highway scandal which has resulted in a congressional investigation. The signs said such things as: "The Toll Road Isn't a Highway. It's a Way of Life." "Are you an lite or Edgar Republican?" "Handley Didn't Think The Gross Income Tax Was Gross Enough." "I'd rather 'be right-of-way agent than President." "A modern Republican is a conservative who's so liberal he's radical." The Rev. Robert Gingery, New Albany, gave the invocation at the dinner and also flipped the coin which decided that Knowland would speak ahead of Neuberger. Gingery is the Methodist minister who shot and killed a bank bandit who falally wounded a state trooper last March 18. The club inaugurated an annual award to an outstanding Hoosier newspaper editor as the "Indiana Editor of the Year." Drysdale Brannon, editor of the Marion Chronicle-Leader Tribune, was presented the 1957 award by club president Edward W. Cotton. Read the Classified Ads TERMITES? IT'S TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE SUMMER TERM School i* In xmion alt summer Day and evening classes. Call In person, wrilu, or phono. Our college office is. opon daily from 8 to 4 and an Saturday mornings until noon. Veteran approved. Indiana Business College Barnoi Office Btdg. Logansport Sadi* K. Croery, Mgr. Summer Term will begin JIMM 10 D«gr*« Count* In Builn.ii AdmlniilroIlM ond Fin*nc« Executive Socntoflol froftuionof Acc*vnl!n9 Approved tor Veteran Training frcvfous Bu*!n«n Training NOT r#qufr«ef International College Fort Wayne 2. Indiana GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Coleus, bedding plants for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and flower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Statlcr's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Markert's Greenhouse 152S Pleasant Hill No Delivery Rescue Youth From Vault NEW HAVEN, Mich. (UP) — John Chaffee Jr., 17, spent 4Vt hours locked in an abandoned! bank vault Sunday before locksmiths, summoned from Detroit, burned four holes in the two-loot door and set him free. Chaffee and reveral other youths entered the' old New Haven Savings Bank building to clean it up -SPECIAL- TUESDAY « WEDNESDAY FRESH DRESSED STEWING CHICKENS 29c Lb. FRESH PORK LOIN ROAST 29c 2'/i Lb. Avg. Lb. ASSORTED CANNED SOUPS Free Delivery KRAUT'S 218 E. Mkt. Phone 4156 CLOSING OUT SALE As I have discontinued farming and have rented my fields, I will sell at Public Sale at my farm located 3 miles southwest of Twelve Mile, 5 miles southeast of Melea, on SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1957 Commencing at 12:00 o'clock, the following described property: CATTLE, 11 HEAD—4 dqiry cows giving good flow and rebred; 2 first calf cows with calves by side; 1 first calf cow milking; 1 Shorthorn cow; 1 heifer, 350 Ibs. All catlle T. B. and Bangs tested. HOGS, 31 HEAD—1 purebred Hampshire boar; 4 white gilts, bred; 3 tried Hampshire sows, breeding now; 23 weaned pigs. FARM EQUIPMENT—1 John Deere B tractor and cultivator; 1 WC Allis Chalmers tractor with mounted 2-row Allis Chalmers corn picker; 1 Allis Chalmers 60 combine with motor; 1 New Holland baler with motor; 1 side delivery rake on rubber; 1 tandem disc; 1 sixteen-foot single disc; 1 rotary hoc; 1 spring tooth harrow; 1 John Deere 5-ft. mower; 1 tractor plow, 2-14 inch; 2 wagons with beds on rubber; 1 Masscy Harris grain drill; 1 manure loader for John Deere tractor; one hammermill; one 2-unit milking machine; 1 garden tractor with lawn mower and sickle bar; 1 Wards garden tractor with cultivator; one 2-wheel trailer; 1 box cover for %-lon truck. MISCELLANEOUS—1 boys bicycle; one porch swing; one kitchen cupboard; one washing machine; 1 spring seat for a wagon; 2 lawn mowers; one large copper kettle; 1 oil healing stove; 1 bottle gas kitchen range; other items to numerous to mention. TERMS—CASH. No property to be removed until settled tor. Not responsible for accidents. JOE'S AUCTION SALE 611 Plum Street, Logansport Wednesday, May 22 —1 P. M. Screen doors, 8 ft. by 31 ',i in., B ft. 2'« in. by Wk in.; window screens, 40 by 29 inch, 33-28 in., 37-2il'/ 2 inch; beds, springs, mattresses; breakfast sets; bookcases; writing desks; davenport; telephone stand and chair; Kenmore automatic washer; twin tubs; sewing machine; rugs, dishes; kitch.cn wares, record players. ANTIQUES— Vt bed with springs and inncrspring mattress, 100 years old'; chairs, all kinds; lots of items not listed. Open for inspection day of sale, 1 to 5 p.m. Not responsible in case of accidents. Auctioneer, TEEL MARTIN, Clerk No lunch. 0. J. BOOKWALTER Bridge, auctioneer Zeig & Risser, clerk Get Your PRESCRIPTIONS filled at BUSJAHN'S Accuracy Guct/anteed Save the Difference Try Us ... and See BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St. a funeral home that really i$ a home t t • > \ t » » A genuinely homelike atmosphere . .. the friendliness and warmth that only a home can offer . . . these qualities make Kroeger's a "home" in fact as well as name. KROEGER Edit Market at Seventh Ph. 5154 JAZZ' BUY COLUMBIA NOW 12" IP RECORDS $1.98 With Every Buy at Regular $3.98 Price Jazz for Everyone! PHONE WALTER GIBSON THE EXTERM1IAL MAN • 5 Year Guarantee • $125.000 in Trust to Guarantee ih* Guaranteei • Free Inspection For Further /nformation See Central Drug Co. 4th * BDWY. IOGANSPORT PH. 3131 DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER AT COMBS Your Friendly Shoe Store for this R.C.A. VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION SET to be given away June 1st by COMBS SHOE STORE in cooperation with NO OBLIGATIONS! Your R.C.A. Viclor Dealer 315 Fourth St. NOTHING TO BUY Just Stop Jn And Register WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR YOUR OLD WASHER . FOR A LIMITED TIME WE WHL ALLOW YOU CHOOSE PROM 44 JAZZ MILESTONES - SAVE $2.00 ON EVERY SECOND ONE BUY ARMSTRONG • BERNSTEIN • BRUBBCK • ELGART • ELLlNGTON-GARMER • JAY & KAI • NEWPORT JAZZ FESTIVAL • NEW RELEASES BUY Now SALE ENDS JUNE 29 M AROCCO'S FOR YOUR OLD WASHER REGARDLESS OF MAKE, AGE OR CONDITION on this NEW DELUXE wsaac8iu««iCi u j^£?.'?£3' 521 BROADWAY MART Model F-701 (ng. prk«) Y«M»r old washer . . . . YOU PAY ONLY '164'" °° '40 124" HUNGER TABLETS I An »M in losing •xc«m weight Wh«n inkon M| 1 directed, wiU CVHM yo* *o **i !•»» wUhowt »«£ierlng| the p«ng« of hunger. Perfectly »•*»—» food ad5«nc*— | | a»i m drug, A. 18 d*r *»PP*Y *°* *••» **»•" 19c P** <* MONKY BACK GUARANTEE Busjahn's Drug Store 308-4th Phone 3774 LOOK AT THESE FEATURES: • MHMU-WALL CONSTRUCTION • •OWL-SHAPED TO • TANCU-PKOOF AGITATO* • SUPER-DUTY ALUMINUM WRMOER • TROtttlE-FRCE MKMANISM • SPIED QUEEN "TOME-TELLER" i \ - Pump Available at $10 Extra ftms to suit yonf • MAXIMUM WASHER CUARANTEE £|JY MOW Olid SAVE DAVID 5 CSI V 516-518 East Broadway DAVID'S Phon.3167 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page