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June 12, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 33

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Wednesday Evening, June 12, 1SST. Damage Suit Asks $40,000 ROCHESTER, Ind.-A suit seeking $40,000 damages -l.j: filed Tuesday in Fulton circuit court for James John Bobbins, a minor, by his father, Clarence H. Robbins. Defendants in the action are Charles Fear and H. H. Padfield. The affidavit alleges that Robbins, IB, was working on a farm in southern Rochester township, owned by Padfield and tenant by Fear. On October 30, 1956, the affidavit stated, Robbins was mov ing an elevator and auger to a new location at a corn bin when the top of the elevator dropped; the other end throwing the youth eight to ten feet in the air, landing on his back, causing severe and permanent injuries. Robbins was employed on the farm during the corn harvest. The suit states that Robbins was in a cast from Nov. 7 to Feb. 14. this year. The suit charges the defendants! with carelessness and asks the| $40,000 damages plus the costs of 1 the action. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Anwar t.Y.rt.rday.P U »l. ACROSS 1—TounK Jiorsa 5—Besmirch 8—Tibetan priest 12—Toward the sheltered Bid* 13—Macaw 14—Kver&freen shrub IS—Dispatch 16—Period ot tlm» 17—Spheroid IS—Ugly, old woman 19—Orean of heurJMB 20—Comm onplace '21—Island state of Australia 24—Pale 26—Metal •27—Oreck letter 30—Hvirrlca 33—Tolled 35—Shallow vessel 36—Dine 38—Female horse 39—Day of ths woek 42—Matched 45—Spanish for "river" 46—Measure of weight 49—Part of stove 50—Roman bronze El—Swarm of be«s fi2—Skin of orange 53—Confederate general 64—SonG forth Kfi—Advantage 5C—Abstract being 57—Marries DOWN 1—Ready money' 2—Genus of olive* $12 Missing n Burglary Currency and silver totaling $12 tvas taken in a burglary of the 3 eerless Dry Cleaning establish- nent, 20S Front street early Wednesday morning. Charles Beldon, owner, told po- ice entry was gained by break- ng a half-inch bar in a window name on the south side of. the Deer Creek Bureau Talks Water Problem The problem of water control was discussed at the June meeting of the Deer Creek Farm Bureau, Monday night at the Young America school. A motion was made and passed for further research into the problem of supply and use of water in the Deer Creek area. A safety film was shown to the 50 members attending the meeting, and a contest was held fur fathers, in which top honors went to Eber Morgan. The second prize was awarded to Harry Plank. Under the direction of Stella liJ eulr. br unlltd rttt^H ftrnUKiM. 11 3—Make longer 4—Spread for »drying G—Title of respect 6—Biblical mountain 7—Beam S—Slgrn of zodiac 8—Turkish regiment 10—Liquefy II—Spindlo 19—Plural ending 20—Fork pronj; 22—Affirmative vote 23—Pinch 24—Hnako 25—liesort 27—Time for diversion 2R—Pronoun 29—Cyprinold fish 111—Lifeless 32—Posed for portrait 34—Wine <!iip 37—Soup dl.sh 39—Dispatches 40—Gets up 4t—Note of icale 42—Filipino 43—rcaper 41—Care for 47 —Roman poet 48— Selr.es RQ—Boveraz» 61—Cut Bell Asks Authority To Buy Phone Line INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The Indiana Bell Telephone Co. Monday petitioned the Indiana Public Service Commission tor authority to acquire the Buck Creek exchange trom its subsidiary. Bell proposed telephone service linking Buck Creek and Olterbein exchanges with the Lafayette exchange of General Telephone Co. The company said the introduc- Fouts, group singing'opened Die!lion of l nis service would permit meeting. Devotions on the theme, "Father," were offered by the Rev. Harry Rea. Edith Record presented the secretary and treasurer's reports. The pet and hobby club entertained. The committee for the July meet- Ing, which will be in the form 0} an ice cream social at the Deacon school, will be Ernest Reminder, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Max Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holton, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butt, and Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan. The refreshment committee consisted of Mrs. Stella Fonts. Mrs. Maude Wilson, Mrs. Louise Nelson and Mrs. Helen Morgan. direct calls-without long distance charges between the Lafayette exchange and the other two ex- chajiges. Pians for introducing dial service in the Buck Creek and Otterbein exchanges were revealed by Bell. Gary Man Killed in Five-Car Collision GARY (UP)—Ellis E. Lock wood, 66, .Gary, was killed Tues day night in a five-car collision on U.S. 20 three miles east of here Two other persons were injurei in the crash. Arthur Smith, 63, Porter, was i serious condition in Porter Count; Hospital in Valparaiso today. Lockwood's daughter, Lucille 29, was treated a I Doctors Hos pilal in Michigan City and re leased. Her father died in Ihe hos piial a short lime after the acci dent. State police said the drivers o the cars were Lockwood, Smi'Ji, and Miles McPeak, 22, Earl Salisbury, 17, and Donald Carr, 38, all of Chesterton. TWO FLEE REFORMATORY PENDLETON, Tnd. (UP)—Authorities sought today two convicts who escaped from the Indiana Reformatory. building and .he opening. crawling through The money was stolen from an open cash register. Several other drawers at the counter were ransacked'. Police also reported that somebody tampered with the lock on the south front door of the Keit- Drive-In restaurant at the west edge of Logansport. Milk Production Reported on Rise WASHINGTON (UP)—The Agriculture Department today estimated milk production in 1957 will total about 128 billion pounds, about 2 billion pounds above the 1956 record. The new record output would reflect greater milk output per cow, because the country's total dairy herd is the smallest in 33 years. The department's publication, "The Dairy Situation," said prices received by farmers for milk delivered to plants are. averaging a little above a year ago for the third consecutive year. These increases reflect higher prices for. fluid and manufacturing milk, and some increase in proportion of milk used, as fluid. MOUSE BITES 2 TOTS SOUTH BEND 'casualties" were (UP) — Two Sheriff Receives Special Deputies' Shoulder Patches The shoulder patches to be worn on the shirts of the special deputy sheriffs of Cass county have arrived at the sheriff's office and the special deputies may call for them there Sheriff 0. R. Carson announced Wednesday. The triangular shaped patches v/ear the words, '"Sheriff Dept. Cass Co." along with a star in the center of which are the initials, "SD" for special deputy. The badges which have been ordered for the special deputies have not yet arrived. Presbyterian Synod Elects HANOVER, Ind. (UP) — The Rev. Paul Sherrill, Bedford, Tuesday was elected moderator of the Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteet SAINT TO SINNER NEW YORK (UP)—Opera basso Jerome Hines, who sang hymns in Madison Square Garden Tuesday night prior to Billy Graham's sermon, asked the audience to forgive him for the role he will sing in Cuba next week. Hines will play Mephistopholes in "Faust." DROPS DEAD AT DESK AXDERSON (UP) — Slanley Buerger, 53, died unexpectedly today while at work at his desk at the Delco-Remy Division of General Motors Corp. Buerger's widow is Mrs. Dorothy Buerger, president of the Indiana Women's Press Club and a staff writer for the Anderson Herald. Flanagan Estate Totals $25,500 The estate of the late Milo W. Flanagan, 82, who 'died May 29, was estimated at $25,000 in real estate and $500 in personal pro- reported as j the opening of its 132nd meeting 8,300 persons visited Children's! here. Storyland Zoo on its first day o£ The Rev. Sherrill, formerly of Presbyterian Synod of Indiana at perty when it was opened Wednes- operation. Two children were bitten by a White mouse installed in Hickory Dickory Dock exhibit m a portrayal rhymes. Mother Goose Whiteland, succeeds Dr. Robert Hutchinson, Huntington. Dr. E.K. DeJean, a dentist and church elder at Salem, was named I vice-moderator. day in the Cass circuit court with application for letters of administration for two daughters, Eileen Richason, city, and Geraldine Philapy, Kokomo. The two daughters are listed as the only heirs. Norman Kiesling is the attorney for the estate. CORRECTION In yesterday's ad the price of our WASH & WEAR miniature cord Slack of 75% Dacron, 25% Cotton •was incorrectly advertised at $14.95 THE CORRECT PRICE JS $9.95 4,10 TRAFFIC INDIANAPOLIS DEATHS (UP) _ Indiana's 1957 jumped by traffic death 27 last week to They are William L. Myers, 22, .State Police reported today. toil 439, The and Benjamin F. Marks, 29. The j 27 deaths in a week compared prisoners walked away from a I with 24 for the corresponding dormitory outside the reformatory j period of 1950, and th e 439 com- waUs Monday night. I pared w'ltti 440 a year ago. SUNDAY JUNE 16 1/2 INCH . ELECTRIC DRILL Powerful Vi in. drill. Hoavy duty radial thrust ball bearings on chuck spindlo. $29.88 ACE HAND SAW 26", 8pt. cross cut saw mads by maitor sow makari of »he finest stool tot and ground For good cutting. $1.89 ACE MITRE BOX Make any angle cut with aaie 'with thti Ace mitre box. 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