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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 37

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Tuesday Evening, May 28, 195T. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAKY Gary Man on Trial For Robbery-Murder LAPORTE, Ind. (UP)—Marshall Roberts, 38, Gary, went on trial in LaPorte Circuit Court here today in -connection with the death o£ Edward J, Turk, 63, a Porter County farmer, Oct. 7, 1956. Roberts, Roby James, 30, and Stanley Broski, 42, also Gary, •were indicted for the brutal robbery-murder of Turk at his farm home. James went on trial for the crime earlier, but jt ended with a hung jury. .No trial date has been *et for Broski. Flora WCTU met Friday in the home of Mrs. W. C. Asch. ''President Emma Aschanhort presided. As program leader, the hostess stressed temperance, missions and child welfare. The group sang "My Faith Looks Up to Thee" and Miss Aschanhort led devotions. The child welfare part of the program was introduced by a review of Peter Marshall's message, entitled "A Challenge to Motherhood-Be Godly Women." Mrs. Char.les Dumond, assisted by the president, conducted a White Ribbon recruit service. Bows of white ribbon were tied on wrists of three small children and white, carnations were given to their mothers. The leader closed the meeting •with a story on "perserverance," a poem and a prayer. The host-ess and her assistants, Mrs. Nola Finney and Miss Aschanhort, served iruit salad, wafer mints, coffee, arid cool aid. Offering will go to the World's WCTU program. Clarence Wiles Post 222, American Legion, visited cemeteries in this area Sunday to pay tribute to veterans who are gone. They visited Zion, Ball Hill, Maple Lawn, and Sharon. Program at Maple Lawn included a short talk by Rev. Lincoln Stafford, of Flora Baptist church. A memorial service was held Sunday at the Presbyterian church. A Legion quartet, comprised of John Brim, Ora Shirar, George Baum and Be Vere Hoffman, accompanied by Mrs. Rolla Brim, sang two numbers. Earl Parks, chaplain of the local post, read scriptures and led in prayer. Rev. Charles Dumond, of Flora Church of the Brethren, delivered *be message.' Robert L. Seiber and Dean Overhoiaer, oo-chairmem of the 1957 Carroll county mental health drive, has announced the names of persons serving as township drive chairmen. Among them are Mrs. John Billings and Mrs. Robert Wingard in CarroUton township; Psi Iota Hi sorority for the residential section and Delta Theta Chi sorority for 'the business district. On the first day ot Vacation Bible School 237 children enrolled. General theme of the school is "Wider Relationships. 1 .' The departments are meeting in four churches, First Brethren, Baptist, Methodist, and Church of the Brethren. There are 80 workers from the co-operating churches. Mrs. Lynn Fisher is superintendent of the junior department. Among the teachers are Mesriames George Whipple, Elbert Smith, Loren King, Charles Dumond and Richard Hughes. Assistance is being given by Mrs. Dean Hughes, Mrs. Dick N. Bishop, Ginny Koup, Janileo Smith, and Marcia Langston. Recreation is led by Rev. Lin- CAMDEN GRADUATING CLASS VISITS WASHINGTON, D. G. One of the features of the closing exercises at Camden high school was the trip to Washington, D. C., made by members o! the graduating class. Members of the class are shown above standing in front of the capitol. Washington. The class visited many Interesting sites in (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) WILL DONATE 29th PINT OF BLOOD tectorate of Tunisia are at the breaking point.. Last Tuesday — the day Mollet was forced to resign after losing a confidence vote in Parliament —'France suspended payments on its 35 million dollar a year aid program to Tunisia. The reason was that the French government believed that arms which it was sending to Tunisia were being relayed to the rebels in Algeria, Premier Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia responded by announcing that he regarded French-Tunisian Donald Felker, of 1600 North street, will donate his 29th pint ol blood when the Red Cross Bloodmobile visits the Logansport Baptist church from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 5. A maintenance department employee of The General Tire & Rubber Company for the past 10 years, Felker has given blood regularly since 1951 and will be only three pints shy of being a "four gallon man" after next we^k. In recognition of his remarkable achievement, Felker was the subject of a story which appeared recently In a special Issue of Ceneral-ly Speaking, the company newspaper published In Akron, Ohio. Felker is the No. 1 blood donor In the entire General Tire organization, a firm which employs 24,000 people in 18 manufacturing centers in this country and includes 18 foreign plants and affiliates. A board member of the local chapter of the Red Cross for the past six years, Felker is vitally interested in ail civic affairs. lie hai served as a board member of the Logansport United Fund and as a member of the Advisory Board of Retarded Children and Logansport City Plan Commission. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving..) coin Stafford, Rev. Elbert Smith j Kaye Bass, Robert Kinzer, Jerry Jordan, John Chittick, and Walter and Kent King. Superintendent of the primary department is- Mrs. Edgar King, Jr. Teachers in this department are Mesdames Gene Michael, Henry Schmeb, Glenn Lantz, Joseph Eikenberry, Boyd Wheeler, Allen, Among the helpers are Juanita Hall, Wendy Briggs, Sharon Ensinger, Darlcne Frazee,, Sharon Dunham, Bonnie Sue Landis, Julia Redmon, Barbara Pritts, and Gretchen Tolen. Mrs. Jack Smith French Crisis Complicated By New Trouble in Africa Serious new trouble in North i economic agreements a< Africa is complicating the French Ibeen cancelled. having cabinet crisis. While President Rene Coty is Other Aid Plans Sought Bourguiba then started' a series trying to find a premier to sue-: of conferences with the diplomatic ceed Guy Mollet, the relations be-, envoys of the United States and twene France and its former pro-'other 'countries on the possibility is pianist and Mrs. Dan Brown is musical director. Mrs. Lester Guyer is superintendent of the kindergarten 'department, Among the teachers are Mesdames Wayne Crook, Emil Maxwell, Elver Pullen, Hay Musselman, and Richard Curts. Helpers include Beverly Kinzer, Jerilyn Jones, Arlene Frazee, Kay Young, Jill Flora, Mary Jane Crook, Helen McGinnis, Beverly Pritts, Ned Guyer, Steve Greenwall, Carol Maxwell, Madonna Eller, Sonja Chapman, Sandra Blue, Patty Stayer, Christine . Berkey, and Lorraine HeKnor. Superintendent of the nursery department is Mrs. William Helvie. Teachers include Mesdames Morris Yoder, Carrol Stout, Jack Allen and Willard Weiiand. Helpers include Anne Helvie, Laverne Hollis and Laura Carter. Mrs. Muriel is pianist. Directors of the school are Rev. F. Kaye Bass and Rev. C. A. Stew- they might give the aid France refused. The Unite'd States was brought more directly into the North African situation last Thursday; when the .diplomatic 'representatives in Washington of 11 Arab countries made a formal request to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles that American aid to France be suspended. This request was based on the allegation that France was guilty of terrorism in its campaign against the nationalist rebels in Algeria. The Algerian rebellion lies behind most of France's present trouble*. Reluctantly—partly due to United States encouragement of "nationalist" movements all over the world—France granted independence to its protectorates of Tu nisia and Morocco in 1S55. Algeria, which is the most Important of France's African possessions, remained as it had been —a part of France itself political, ly, with representation in tihe French Parliament. Open Rebellion Continued Open rebellion broke out in Algeria on Nov. 1, 1954. This rebellion continues. France is' using nearly 500,000 troops in fighting the rebels. It is estimated that the campaign will cost France' on billion dollars this year. Morocco borders Algeria on the west. Tunisia borders Algeria on the east. Both Morocco and Tunisia' are openly on the side of the Algerian rebels. Also, Tunisia art. Baby sitting for teachers is' lias between Algeria and Arab under the direction of Mrs. Ralph;Libya. There is no doubt that the Sparks. School secretaries are!Algerian rebels are getting arms Nancy Wagaman and Penny Thorn-:from Libya through Tunisia, son. Refreshments for the nursery' Successive French premiers department are in charge of Mrs. W. T. Lytle and Miss Pearl Led- have vainly sought a solution, of the Algerian problem which would give the country a ?reat measure THE AUTO EXPERTS WROTE THIS AD PLYMOUTH-"Your over-all best buy"Car Life Magazine. "After testing all the 1957 cars we choose Plymouth as today's over-all best buy because we feel that it offers more and better transportation value than any other 1957 car regardless of price." (From the June issue of CAIl LIFE, the family auto magazine.) PLYMOUTH-"Style leader of the year"Dell's 1957 Cars Annual. "Style Leader of the Year Award, presented to Plymouth Division of Chrysler Corporation, by the editors of Dell's 1957 Cars Annual who have chosen the 1957 Plymouth as the style leader of the American automotive industry." (Inscription on award.) PLYMOUTH-"Economy leader of its' fleld"- 1957 Mobilgas Economy Run. "In the 1957- Mobilgaa Economy Run Plymouth won first place in Class 'A,' the division that includes all of the well-known low-price cars. The winning Plymouth was powered by a V-8 engine with automatic transmission." (From U. S, Auto Club records.) PLYMOUTH-"Superior roadability"- 1957 Motor Trend Magazine Award. "Presented to Chrysler Corporation for superior handling and road- ability qualities of their family of fine cars." (Citation of 1957 Motor Trend Award, presented to the U. S. manufac r turer making most significant engineering advancement.)] of self-rule but would keep it as a part of France politically. . The French cabinet situation is soi tangled that Paris dispatches now suggest the only solution will be to get Mollet back as premier. Whoever does get the job will inherit foe Algerian-Tunisian- Moroccan headache. , Leaking Gas Fumes Again Close School NEW CASTLE (UP)—Pupils at Weir Grade School here had an unexpected vacation Monday when officials closed the school for the second time this rftenth .because of leaking gas fumes. Deputy Fire Marshall Stanley Forsyth said a breakdown in pipelines leading into a service station near the school sent gasuline vapors into sewers under the school. Firemen Sooded the sewers in an attempt to dispel the gas. Forsyth termed the situation "serious" and warned residents to keep their basements ventilaied. Logansport, Indiana, .Pharos-Tribune Seven which collided with, another auto driven by. Tommy Bozman, 20, Gary, at a street intersection here. Bozman is charged with reckless driving and driving without an operator's license. If you discover a smudge on your pale french leather gloves, try quick cleaning with a piece of stale white bread or clean whilo are gurn. Rub the,.smudge with the gloves on your hands. Bullet Strikes Boy Walking Along Road SHOALS, Ind. (UP)—Carl Bratton, 16, Trinity Springs, was shot in the left shoulder Monday night as he walked on Ind. 450. Authorities said the boy was struck by a 22-caliber bullet. „ State police held Alice Christine Norman, 28, Trinity Springs, for investigation in connection with the shooting. Bratton was reported in "fair" condition ar a hospital in Washington. Munster Optometrist Is Traffic Casualty HAMMOND (UP)—Dr. John | Braurid, 57, a Munster optome-! trist, died in a hospital here Mon- 1 day of injuries sustained in a traffic accident May 11. Braund was the driver of a car! NOTICE! 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