Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 31
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 31

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
Page 31
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.Wednesday Evening, June 26, 1957. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Farmers Get-Check For $209,701 for Not Planting Crop WASHINGTON (UP) —Rep. Stewart L. Udall reports that one Arizona farmer under the administration's soil bank this year will receive a government check for $209,701 for not planting cotton. The .Arizona Democrat told the House it was "perhaps the largest | outright gratuity ever bestowed by this or any other government." In addition, he said, 10 other cotton growers in Arizona will receive soil bank checks ranging from $56,700 to $204.000. L'dall said "boondoggling" was too old fashioned a word to describe the soil bank. "We should coin a new term 'boonswoggling' to cover the manipulations of some of these farmer.? who are attempting to hornswog- gle the- taxpayers of the United States." He said the $209,701 payment would be made to a farmer who agreed not to plant his 1,500 acre planting allotment. But he said the farmer actually If planning to plant 4.500 acres in another areajj * . in violation of the production con-"| trol program and pay She penalty assessed for overplanting. Wmamoc Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bleieher and children, Nancy and Arthur, Jr., of LaPorte, spent Sunday here visiting relatives.. Debra Galbreath returned home with them for a week's visit. Chuckle Knarr is spending a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Brady of Beaver township. Mrs. Nellie Reynolds who had spent a month at Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis, was returned to her home in the Harrison ambulance Saturday.. She was accompanied home by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Spraggins of.Oklahoma City, Okla., and her niece, Mrs. Harry Lewis, and son, Gregory of Chicago, has come to assist in her care. Mrs. Reynolds' condition remains serious and visitors are not permitted. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boos and children of Plymouth visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sodervick and sons, Davie and Barry, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Felker spent Sunday at Waukegan, 111., with Chauncey Felker, Jr. They also visited O'Hare Field and International airport at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bainter of Columbus, Ohio, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zellers and sons. Guests at a lish fry Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baske and son, Richard, were Mr. and Mrs. Royce Wright jand daughter, Mary Ann, Mr. and ;Mrs. Robert Wright and children I of Lacrosse, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Boilini and children of LaPorte, Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and children of Tefft, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klampe and daughters, Judy, Pam, and Jill, of Winamac. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lundstrom and children, Joan and Jim, of San Leandror, Calif., -came Thursday for a visit' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs/ Lundstrorm will return home the first week of July and Joan and Jim will stay for the summer, their parents will return here and accompany them home the last of August. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moody and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Moody and children, Pam and Billie, visited Sunday with Mr.- and Mrs. Richard DePoy and sons at Flora. Hostesses at the reception held at the American Legion Home, Saturday evening following the wedding -of Miss Elinor Gawell and Walter T. Johnson .were, Mrs. Einar Johnson, Mrs. GeraJfcine Taff, Mrs. Joseph Nufer, Mrs.,Vir- gil Hershman and Miss Kaye Weaver. Mrs. Shirley Griffith of Coopersville, Mich., and John Burmania/of Byron Center, Mich., were married Saturday afternoon by Justice of the Peace Delbert Lebo. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Van Garderen. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White former residents of the Winamac vicinity now living in Calif., are visiting friends. They are both former teachers in several of the Pulaski county schools. Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Smith, of Kankakee, 111., visited over the weekend in • the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleve» Smith; of Winamac, and Mr, and Mrs. Henry Roe of Star City. Mrs. Gladys Muencn, ot Harvey, 111., is visiting for the week in the home of her brother'and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wall and family. LAUGH AND RUN CHICAGO (UP) — flat designer Yvonne Verdun says it's okay for men to laugh at women's hats. "If a hat doesn't fit a woman's personality, she looks funny, so why shouldn't a man laugh? Especially if he' can outrun the woman." DIGITS MADE TO LIE CHICAGO (UP)-JDetective John Alcock and Sgt. Emil Smicklass blinked when they saw a car with a license number in the eight mil- lio.ns. Alphoaso Wright, 38, had changed truck license B-146-S88 with a touch of white paint. TAGS BY .THE DOZEN CHICAGO (UP)—Picking up traffic tickets seem to be a family project with the six Guyton brothers. Colridge, John, Leon, William, Edwin and Joseph havg accumulated a total of 48 tickets since 1954-. Rochester The Woodlawn Hospilal Cancer!'J Detection Center bald their June,'meeting in the Hospital Thursday.' The examining Physician was Dr. j. Miller of Akron, assisted by sev-' era! of the nurses. j Twenty six persons were given the examination. : ' Toadies a.s.si?:in3 were Mrs. Ira'. GDSS. Mrs. Rhine Titlman. Mrs. •• Dale Shaw, Mrs. Don Met/c,'eiv Mrs: Harrison (talterman. Mrs.' Don Burkett. Mrs. Hubert Mar- 1 ten and Mrs. Charles Richhart ',•' The What Not club of Richl'and Center furnished fruit juices and cookie.':, /or patients who were waiting. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mel/.ger and family were in Valparaiso Sunday where they were dinner guests of Iheir former neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Carlson arid sons. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jefferies and sons, Eddie and Ernie, completed! a three weeks vacation trip through | the West and relumed to their home, in Rochester. Points visited were Ihe Black Wills. Yellow Slone \ational Park, Glacier National Park, Canada, and also spent some time with friends in Washington and Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shclton were guests of relatives in Iowa over the week end. \t/. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van DuynejJ,'; are enjoying a fishing trip in Wis-ibj conxin, this week. Monday in Fulton- circuit court, judgment of $320.76 ' was granted the Wayne Hardware Co., Inc., against Clarence and Louise Throckmorton, doing business as Whiteys Dam Landing or Manitou Bait House. The complaint on account was!; granted by default when the defendants did not appear in court. Monday noon at the intersection of Pontiac and Seventh streets, cars driven by Juliet Ann Traeger, 31, of 1322 Hill street, and John L. Ross, 21, of 716 Fulton avenue, collided, causing an estimated damage of $2C5. Mr.s. Traeger, driving a car owned by her father, George Levitson, R.n. 1, was headed south on Ponliac street when it struck the Ross auto, owned by Donald Boss, which was moving East on Seventh street. The Traeger vehicle then went on and struck a tree, causing about S250 damage. Damage estimates to the Ross car were placed at $15. Mrs. Traeger received a humped -nose and went to the Woodlawn hospital for examination. Monday night in City Hall a second open hearing was held on the plan of James Carr to establish a trailer park west of thft Citizens Cemetery and north west -of .the City Park. Carr first appealed to the Rochester Board of Zoning Appeals May 20th and the Board voted 4-2 'ft against the request, as the area|;/;.; was zoned for residential purposes jj with a "conditional clause." By suggestion of Russell Parker, chairman of the Appeals Board, the decision will not be made for several days. • H. M. Eggerding, planning consultant for the city, explained the conditional clause would allow ihc land in question to be used for a trailer park without the necessity]';;;; of rezoning the area. He also said : j: ax a professional planner, he favors establishing the trailer court at the site in question. Approximately 50 persons were present at Monday nights meeting, several of whom, expressed their favor of the park. Several also spoke in opposition. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Rose are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Putmnn, Argos, are the parcrnts of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs, William Merley, Akron, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson, Knox, are the parents of a daughter. Officers were elected at a recent meeting of the FuiUm county Tuberculosis Association Inc., to serve for 1958. • The retiring officers were reelected as follows: president, Mrs. Dow Haimbatigh; first vice president, Mrs. Lee Sharp; second vice president, Mrs. R. R. Lichtonwal- ter; secretary, Mrs. Max O'Blcnis; and treasurer, Howard Werlzberg- er. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Bonin and children have purchased and moved into their new hojne at 1215 Washington street, in Manitou Heights. Bonin is district manager of this area for Anhaueser-Busch Company, inc. LOOK WHAT Fashion Blossoms Out Summertime Play-fits in COTTON Budget priced at just Children's Dept. WELL BUY 1st Float: GIRL'S SHORT SETS Regular $1.00 Value • Sizes 3 to 6 OO'Cr Sanforized sleeveless blouse and matching short .in brown/ blue and green. Boys' or Girls' Summer Shorts Regular $1.00 Value • Cotton Cord ' Girls' 3 to 6x—7 to 1 4. • Boys' 3 to 6x Summer colors in an assortment of stripes and checks. 880 88 Sizes 12-20 U 1 /2-24 1 / 2 . Requires litlle or no ironing. • Guaranteed Washable. Mercerized. Keep Cool in a Brief...Washable HALTER • All sizes • With straps or strapless • Colorfast Mercerized Poplin Cool, Comfortable Poplin SHORTS • Sizes 10-18 • All Colors • Washable • Mercerized • Sanforized " • Buckles or plain Sanforized Boys' Cabana Suits Regular $1,00 Value • Print shirt with solid boxer short..- • Sizes 2 to 8. • Colors—brown, blue and navy. 880 Budget Dresses — 2nd floor Regular $1.00 Value Sportswear — First Floor Infants Rhumba Sunsuits NO-IRON LACE TRIM Regular $1.00 Valuo • Sizes 9-12-18 mo. AvaMabfe In solid colors and dainty prints. 880 8 Durable Training Pants Washable' Sizes 2-4-6 Available in white only Made to fit perfectly! 880 4 Infant Plastic Slip-On Pants • Guaranteed boilable and are resistant to soap and uric acid. 880 More Fashions for the Expectant Mother Shorts 10-18 $2.88 Large Assortment of 'NEW COTTON STYLES 88 From Northern Indiana's Largest Maternity Dept. Bermudas 10-18 $2.88 Pedal Pushers 10-18 2.88 Tops 10-20 Slips 32-40 $2.79 Sizes 10-20-38-42 m .^ Other Styles $3.88 to $8.79 Pqnties 79c Woman's Wear—2nd Floor 4 Girls' Rayon and Nylon Pants Regular 39c each value • Sizes 4 to 14. Available in an assortment of colors and trims. 880 The Original Campus Panty 39 2 FOR 75c Washable Men's Rayon Jersey SPORT SHIRTS by BLOCKS $1.69 Nylon reinforced at points of strain. In band or elastic. • S-M-L. • Full Cut • Colorfast • Stripes and Polka Dots 2 Girl's Tie Shoulder Halters • Regular 59c each value. • Sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14. • Available in white print and colored stripes. 880 1st Quality Full Fashioned NYLON STOCKINGS • '8V4 '• 51-15. • Shaped heel • Longer wear 39- Fruit-Of-The-Loom BRIEFS • Needs no ironing. • Launders perfectly . • Nylon Reinforced Leg openings. • Sizes 30-42. 3 ,, $2.05 Man's Wear — First floor

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