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PUBLIC LI FAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA. SUNBAY, OCTOBER 20, 1WT Fire Cause Reported Dick Eisert, city fire chief, said yesterday he believes tnt. ..»,• fire which lapsed through a frame storage building Friday afternoon at Logansport Lumber company 719 Spencer, was caused by a cig arette or match. He said the blaze definitely didn't start. from electrical wir ing. Eisert said a cigarette may have been flipped from the sidewalk bj a passer-t»y. He also said a smal grass fire ^near the one-story build ing could have started the blaze. ' Fire apparently started in the east end : of the building on the floor and went up, the iire chie said.-•"•,-... . • • Destroyed in the building, which Is an addition to a two-story stone storage quarters and work building were:...-..,' • Plaster • board, pre-fabricatec chimney parts, sheathing, and floor underlay. Jim.-McCord, part owner of the firm,, said; he thought, the .building and .con-tent were fully insured. .'• City firemen .quickly downed the flames: aria'prevented the fire from spreading 'into ..the stone" building, which was damaged only by smoke and water. Frame storage plant /was charred on the inside and the roof was scorched. False, alarm sent city firemen to Madison and Miami yesterday at 12:45 p.m. when box No, 65 worked. RESTYU •THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Locjan Fur Service 521 High Phon(f3632 . _____ i yosr doctor «ays you need elastic hosiery . . . temporarily perhaps ... or to wear when you're standing for long periods . . . or perhaps during all your waking hours — by all means, get it right away! And get it where you know it will be fitted properly — elastic hosiery is too important to get just anywhere. Let one of our skilled technicians carefully select and correctly fit the OTC hose your condition requires • — whether is be the sheerest nylon two-way stretch variety. standard - one-way stretch hosiery, or OTCTs exclusive surgical weight with controlled two-way stretch. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St, Eight Are fined In Justice Court Eight persons were fined yester day in justice court charged with various traffic violations. The are: Albert Rimmer, 29, of Winches ter, fined $5 and costs chargec with failing to stop for a stop sign at Dunkirk on Oct. 9 by. Dick Keyes, state trooper. Mike Maple, 17, of 829 Nineteenth street, city charged with failure to signal for a turn after an acci dent last Wednesday east on US 24 by John Gaylor, state trooper fined $1 and costs. . John Allen, 59, of Windsor, Canada, arrested yesterday by Gaylor and charged with improper pass in?, fined $1 and costs. Eldon Howard, 32, of route 2 Walton, arrested Friday by Gaylor and charged with operating a car without an operator's 'license, fined $1 and costs. Bueford Huston, 21, of route 1 LaFountain, arrested by Larry Wagenknecht, state trooper, on Oct. 4 and charged with speeding, fined $1. and costs, James Poland. 16. of route 6 city, charged with driving'to the left of the center line last Tuesday" by Gaylor, fine $1 and costs Mrs. Alifreida Fetters, 53, of route 1, Huntington, arrested on Oct. 9 by Gaylor and charged with improper oassing. $5 and costs. Joseph Cagle, 20, of route 4, Kokomo, arrested by Keyes, on Oct. 11 and charged with speeding, fined $1 and costs. $15,850 Payments fi?Taxes In Morning Although the office of. Cass county treasurer, Clarence Settlemyre, was open, only until noon Saturday, the fall tax' collection fund was swelled "by $15,850.99 as scores of citizens lined up to make payments. The day's receipts, all in minor paymentsXand which did not include any of the incoming mail, amounted to $15,670.99 in current taxes and $280 in delinquent penalties. This brings the total collection for the fall period to $486,360.66, Settlemyre said. The tax period will close on Monday, Nov. 4. local Public Library Open Again Monday The Logansport public library will be open again as usual Monday. The library, has been closed the 'past few days due to the state library convention at Indianapolis. Mary, Holmes, librarian, reported that during those few days a total of 190 books were returned through the book slot-at the west side of the building. HAM & BEAN SUPPER Thursday, Oct. 24, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Burnettsville Gymnasium by Community Firemen. ADULTS—75c CHILDREN—50c FISH FRY at DEER CREEK Conservation Clu fa Wed., Oct. 23rd 5 to 8 p.m. Adults $1 Children under 12~50c In Hospital Larry Boughton, 16, 'of 1503 Pleasant Hill, was still at Memorial hospital yesterday .suffering from injuries he sustained when a car 'hit a tree, and -fence Friday afternoon one mile west of. SR 17, about ,6& miles north of Logansport.. Hospital authorities said last night his condition was ."good." He was cut on the'right arm and shaken up.. It was first 'thought he might have internal injuries', but that was ruled ouV yesterday. He complained with his -stomach and back after the crash, Richard Ernest Gust/ 17, of 1436 Treen street, driver .of the 1951 model sedan, was slated by Mike TOPSY TURVY—This car was a total loss after it rolled over on its top early yesterday morningJFlinn, state trooper," and charged Boy'Hurt In on a Cass county gravel road west of Noble township school. Driver, Paul James Malott, 22, of 1407 Liberty street, was not injured. (Staff Photo.) 4 Deaths Start Off Weekend By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Weekend traffic accidents • in • Indiana have killed five persons.. Frank E. Roberts, 31, Indianapolis was killed Saturday'when his car ran off a curve on a Shellby- ville county road -1% miles -south of London, struck. a. culvert and turned over. ' Charles L. Black, si,' Indianapolis, was killed Saturday when his car struck the rear trailer.tandem of an oncoming truck on Ind.> 67 a mile west-of Forville. Gerry' McFadden-, 15, Rt. 2, 'layton, and Robert Alan Clark, 18, -Clayton, were killed-Friday night when'a car in which they were riding went out of control and struck a tree on Ind. 39 three miles south of Belleville in Hendricks County. •Edgar E. Myers, 78, Cicero,' was rilled Saturday in a two-car crash at a county road intersection northwest of Windfall. - Pvt. Jackie L. Cripell 19, Ligonier, was killed Friday night in a -headon 1 truck-auto collision on J.S. 50 four miles west of We'ath- rford, Tex. Charles W. Strawn, Clayton, Okla., a hitchhiker in the truck, was killed, and two other soldiers n the car with 'Gripe were injured. The soldiers were stationed at Camp .Wolters, Tex. •- Indiana May Worm Up Alifffe Today By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Autumn sunshine may warm Indiana a little Sunday from the frosts and freezing temperatures expected, before, dawn. .Near-normal temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s were forecast for the day's caravans of autumn- color sightseers. The Weather Bureau said rain- clouds, may gather again 'Monday and bring.-a chance- of scattered showers in the south by nightfall. . • -. Sunday night's lows -are' ex- expected to be. a little milder, around 40. Bookmobile Route Through The County Bookmobile route'for the week by the Cass county-t/ogansport Public Library follows: •Monday, at Tiwelve Mile school 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Metea school-9. a.m. to 2:30 p,m. and Metea town from 2:30 to 3 p.m. • • Wednesday ,at Lake Cicott school 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. No other stops .as schools closed rest of the week. '.' Read the Classified Ads ROOF REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES ROSS REID ROOFING CO. 217 . 5th Phone 33B8 Like, "Sterling" on silver, the Jungers "Shield of Quality" has symbolized leadership in'its field for nearly 50 years. And today's Jungers is a fresh interpretation of an ideal — to create .the most perfectly engineered oil-fired heaters and furnaces attainable. .Wa invite you to enjoy the satin- smooth warmth that a Jungers faithfully delivers— Your in vestment, in a heater is too important to be taken lightly. So turn the bright white light of comparison on Jungers before you decide. Now that a Jungers costs no more, it's expensive to settle for anything less. EXCLUSIVE OIL-FIRED HEATING ACTION! / Multiple flue speeds circulation with 4 times more heat-sending surface! "Blufire"wicklessburn. er assures clear, clean- burning efficiency! . Single wall design pro- vicles mare powerful heat radiation! Jungers Heaters are clad in beautiful, enduring porcelain enamel. See them in action here today. No product is offered with greater pride than Jungers Heaters and Furnaces. flm cill h> OIL HEAT - h we it's ,JUNGERS WIDE SELECTION OF USED SPACE HEATERS BUD'S TV SERVICE & APPLI. lake Cicott Phone 40070 Dog Gets Info Act Inlllini-Minn.Go •CHAMPAIGN, 111. W) — There was a new twist to the oft-staged dog-on-the-fie!d' incident Saturday as Illinois' football team was beating Minnesota 34-13. The dog not .only ran onto .the field but got into the thicfy a£ one of the pays—a .third-quarter Illinois line* buck, ' -. When officials worked, their way through tlie player pileup, they found a. big brown pooch at the bottom. The referee grabbed th e frisky intruder and he—or she—was carried off the field to' the cheers of a huge homecoming crowd. Runaway Boys found Here By The Police Four colored' boys from Kansas City were picked up by police at Eighth and Market yesterday morning and were found to be runaways. Word was radioed to their homes and someone is to come for them. The four said they were en route to Detroit, They were 'aged 15, 16, and two 17. Cars In Accident At 9th And Broadway William F. Pyle, Indianapolis, put up $15,75 forfeit" bond, for driving with an expired'license after an accident at 2:50 p.m. yesterday. Pyle came out of. Ninth and '.was in collision with a car driven: in Broadway by Margaret Huston, 1523 George. Damage was nominal. local Man Speaker At Toledo Meeting Richard G. Elliott, Logansport insurance agent, was guest speaker Satruday at Toledo at a meeting of a hundred members oF the Toledo Association of Life Underwriters, His subject was Corporation Insurance is Like Magic. The meeting was held at the Secor hotel. POSTPONE CARNIVAL The Halloween carnival at Noble township . school, originally scheduled for Tuesday evening, has been postponed until Oct. 29,'accprding to' an announcement' by D. M, Royer, principal. BARGAINS IN COLD WAVES Lanolin •Oil Permanent* Including Hair Cut ' FOR ONIY ',4.95 Heurti 8:30 a.m." to 5 p.m. No Appointment Nieeiiary LOGANSPORT BEAufY SHOP dosed All Day Wsdnttday 5th and Broadway OVER BAILEY'S Get Your PRESCRIPTIONS filled at BUSJAHN'S Accuracy Guaranteed Save the Difference Try Us .•. . and See- BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE . , 308 Fourth St. Stocks Hit By SyrianCrisis NEW 'YORK UP>_ — The Syrian- Turkish crisis unsettled the stock market this week.and prices were jogged' back on their heels : once more. But the losses, were nothing like what they were, in'-the prior, week when -news of Russia's space satellite was predominant. This \veek it was mainly a case of war jitters about the Middle East,-a region of the world which has become a familiar spook on Wall Street. Both this week and last, the nature of the-news was .such; as to build hopes for more spending on aircrafts and missiles'; As a're- sult, stocks representing those industries 'did .rather well 'in the midst of a nervous retreat for the list as a whole. . The Associated Press average of GO stocks declined $2:1/7 to $156.70, its lowest since March 22, 1935, . . The. quoted value of stocks; listed on the New York Stock Exchange fell an estimated 3 1-3 billion- dollars this- week, based on the Decline in the average. This compared with an estimated 10 billion, dollar loss the week before." -.'.•'.' Although the news at the start .of the -week was far from 'inspiring to traders, the market snapped "hack from its terrific beating of the previous week and rallied for two straight days. _•The five most active issues this week on the New York Stock Exchange 'were: • . North."'American. Aviation, up 1 5-8 .at 26 1-4 on 284,300 shares; Bethlehenr Steel, off 1 1-4 at 39 34; "Standard Oil ('New Jersey), off 3-4 at 52 5-8; General Dynamics; up 7-8 at 52; and Boeing, 70 1-2 at 32.1-4. . - with driving at an excessive rate of speed under existing conditions. Car, which was registered to James Marlatt, of 1921- Michigan Avenue, was a. total; loss. Gust said he lost control'of the car in the loose -gravel near the Edgar ' Remley farm residence. Right side "of the car hit a large tree and the- front end went through Remley's fence.-. Noble Twp. Accident A local youth • escaped injury early yesterday morning when a car he was driving failed to negotiate, a curve on - a Cass county road west of Noble township school. Roy. King, deputy sheriff, said the 1952 model sedan driven by Paul James Malott, 22, 1407 Liberty .street, was' a -total loss. 'Car-- started -skidding-, on the first curve and- went into- a pola on the second turn > and. rolled. Impact broke off -a guy pole on a'telephone line and; tore down two rods of fence and'post. King and Deputy "George Shanks investigated. Copter Wreck Kills Beauty Event Winner FARiMINGDALE, N. Y.-Iff) — A beautiful blonde about to :be crowned '.'Mrs. i-ong .Island," was fatally injured Saturday when a helicopter struck a flagpole and crashed before horrified thousands iere. Mrs. Myna Nichol, Levittown, died at a hospital in Copiague shortly after the crash. She was to reign over "Oil Progress Week" sponsored by the Oil Heat Institute of Long' Island. Two other persons were seriously injured in the crash. They were' Richard Rushton, Littl e Neck, pilot of the helicopter, and Jerry Nagler, public ^relations man for the celebration. Two long parades of oil heating exhibits ..had merged on the institute grounds. The paraders were •waiting-.for Mrs. Nichol, to land, step ..out of the helicopter, and be crowned' "Mrs. Long Island." Nagler. was reported to have had both legs broken and Rushton was reported in serious condition at Lak e Side Hospital. EUNICE BEAUTY ;SALON Tints and Bleaches—Phone 2392 Oct. 23, 1957 5 p.m.-8 p.m. "••FISH FRY•'•-'FOR ilTTLE tEAGUE BALL, PARK' AT MEMORIAL HOME Sponsored by.'- . • Littla league Fathers, Auxiliary end Forty & Eight Club. ; ADULTS $i.QO CHILDREN 50e TURKEY SUPPER Country Style Service Spring Creek Church October 22nd. 5:00—8:00 P.M. $1.25 Adults 65c Children- "SILENT $OUND" tunes Zenith TV while you \e£0(X« in your easy chair! 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Columbus 'building. "Yoor Priyot* Secretary* FLORENCE DAGCY Typing — Mimeographing Offs«f Printing — Butiness Form* 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 NO MATTER WHAT. YQUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE; AGENCY Roger A. Parker. & Ira Cree INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3758 214'A 4th KIWANIS TO MEET Two Kiwanis members will address the club Tuesday noon when Kiwanis meets at the Logansport Shrine club quarters. • HUB CAPS GONE John Schmidt, 2315 Spear street, became a victim of hub cap thieves. He told police all four, were taken off his car. while parked at his home.. •-. BIRTH • A.six-pound baby daughter wai born to Mr. and Mrs. James Beaman, Rt. 5, city, at Memorial hospital Saturday morning, . The mother is the; former Lou Ann Settlemyre, daughter of county treasurer .and,".Mrs. Clarence Settlemyre. Both the new mother and baby are reported doing fine. 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