The Call-Leader from Elwood, Indiana on March 21, 1962 · Page 10
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Elwood, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 21, 1962
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10 ELWOOD CALL-LEADER WEDNESDAY. MAR. 21, 1962 1 if V Ci-!e Lafayette Township Bus Driver In Crash A Lafayette township school bus driver, Raymond Vasblnder, 67, Anderson route 5, was arrested for failure to yield the right of way after an accident with an automobile at the Intersection of Hartman road and Madison Avenue road Tuesday afternoon. ' None of the five children aboard the bus nor neither of the drivers were Injured. State trooper Paul Asa, who In I ..... .: J j-L.- P ; iv ..rfian urn "wuin t'w7 ' ' Jr A I 11 ' .(O WAIT Dt5MfT WOOUCT10NU li it-' " -r rj' 3 i kumn ,m mii i iMM THREE VILLAINS BOLD AND BAD The Coachman, with "Honest John" and Giddy, plot more trouble or the hapless little puppet, "Pinocchio", in Walt Disney's full-length cartoon adaptation in color of the classic children's story which is now showing at the ( Elwood theatre. . "' ..L THE MARION-MUNCIE DIVISION of Indiana & Michigan Electric company, which includes Elwood, has been honored for achieving the longest safety record a-mong all the divisions of the American Electric Power Company system. Accepting the award on behalf of all division employees were James H. Miller (left), division manager, and William Ireland (center), division safety supervisor. The award was presented in New York by Donald C. Cook, president of I&M and AEP. At the end of 1961, Marion-Muncie division had completed its second consecutive year without a disabling injury and had compiled 2,122,717 injury-free manhours. ': Today's Markets Maggie Heflin Passes Away This Morning Mrs. Maggie C Heflin, wife, of Carl Heflin of 2337 South street, died at 7:30 a.m. today after an illness of several years. Cha urnc torn in Joliett. 111.. Ju ly 20, 1877. She was twice mar -ried, first to Charles Jones, and last to Carl Heflin in 1940. To the first union were born two children, both deceased. She was a member of the Grace Methodist church. Cnmriunra inHnde: the husband. Carl; five step children, Chester Heflin of Fairmount, Mrs. Vivian Bryant, Atlanta, Mrs. Deloris wards of Anderson, Merle Heflin of Melrose Park, 111., ana Mrs. Irene Locke, Elwood; a sister. Mrs. Ida Bush or Seymour; a brother. John Carothers, zepnyrniiia, rw., 23 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. Mrs. Sara Jones of Elwood is a oaugnter In - law. The body is at the Robert Jack-ley funeral home where friends may call after 7 o'clock this evening. Funeral rites will be held Fn -day afternoon at 2 oclock at Jack- ley's. Rev. Maurice Kessier wiu oi-ficiate. Burial will be made in the Elwood Oty cemetery. Former Elwood Resident Dies At Anderson A former Elwood resident. William B. Jones, S5. of 2113 George street, Anderson, died in St John's hospital about 10 p.m. Tuesday. He was born Oct. 31. 1876. at Portland, Maine, a son of Thomas and Susan Perkins Jones. In 1932 he came to Anderson after 44 years with the Carnegie Illinois Steel company at Elwood. Mr. Jones was a member of First Presbyterian church in 6. 1906, he married Sarah Emma Trebar at Elwood. She died May 30, 1937. Survivors include: a daughter, Mrs. Mary Perry of Anderson; a too, William f . of Anderson; and three grant! cWlflren. The body was taken to the Harold E. Rozelle Funeral home in Andersen. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Lutheran Lenten Service Tonight Rev. Gordon L. Kester, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will conduct Lenten service at the St John's Lutheran church at 7:30 p.m. this evening. The Lutheran minister, Rev.'C.A. Snider, is absent due to the death of his brother. Cub Pack 3098 Meets Thursday Cub Scout pack 3098 will meet at the Edgewood school Thursday evening at 7 p.m. IB the minute youimtit C0MU0MYZEMEH LOAN COMPANY FE 2-3388 GRAIN MARKET (Farm Bureau) Corn Wheat... 1.90 .70 Beans... Oats HOG MARKET (Daugherty Stockyards) 200-220 16.35 220-240' 16.10 Sows 14.75 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Live stock: Hogs 4,800: steady to '& higher; 185-225 lb 17.00-17.35; bulk 380-240 lb 16.25-17.00; 240-280 lb 15.7516.), 280-330 lb 15.50-16.00; 150-170 lb 14.50-16.25; sows steady to strong; 300-350 lb 15.00-15.50; 350-3(300 lb 14.00-15.00. Cattle 650; calves 50; steady to weak; average choice steers 26.85; choice 25.25-25.75; good and low choice 22.50-25.00; good and mixed good and choice heifers 22.50-25.00, standard and low good 19.00-22.50; cows steady to weak; utility and commercial 15.50-16.50; canners and cutters 13.50-16.00; bulls steady, utility and commercial 19.00-21.00; vealers steady to l.UC lower; few choice 34.00-35.00; gd and choice 27.00-33.00. Sheep 125; not enouph to test market; choice wooled . lambs 17.50-18.00; gobd 15.50. R1TZ BROTHER ILL LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPII-Co-median Al Ritz of the famed Ritz Brothers was reported in "fairly good condition" today at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital where he was taken Tuesday after becoming ill on the stage of a Las Vegas Strip hotel. Attendants said the 59-year-old comic was suffering from nervous exhaustion and overwork and needed "a good rest." Ritz and his brothers, Jimmy and Harry, were in the final week of their engagement in Las Vegas. Pacirlnntc fimirO IHp Rfi-vrar-old Stohr may be the champion walk-, ing barber because of the estimal-1 ed 32,000 miles he has covered on trips between his homeland his shop six blocks away. Use A Want Ad vestigated the accident, said Vas- binder stopped his westbound bus at the intersection, but then pulled into the path of a southbound car driven by Mrs. Bessie Mat -thews, 68, Anderson route 5. Vasbinder, who has been cited into Anderson city court, told the trooper that his vision1 was ob -structed by some trees. Mrs. Matthews saw the bus, but did not expect it to pull into her path. Asa estimated damage to the automobile at $300 and $100 to the bus. Madison County Court Notes NEW SUITS FILED Circuit Court State of Indiana vs. Mae Reh mel. Affidavit lor passing a forged instrument. State of Indiana vs. Jack Reh -mel. Affidavit for passing a forged instrument Superior Court 1 American States Insurance Co, vs. Marion W. Reed.' Complaint for damages. Superior Court 2 Dolores M. Saul' vs. Henry W. Saul. Complaint for divorce, j George F. Stevens, vs. Katheryn Stevens. Complaint for divorce. COURT MINUTES Circuit Court State of Indiana vs. Larry Lee Conley. Defendant fined $40, given 6 months suspended sentence and driver's license restricted one year, on conviction oi driving while under influence of intoxi cants. 5-Day Weather Outlook By United Pros International North tm 3rd Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Tempera tures will average near or a few degrees above normal. Normal highs 45 to 53. Normal lows 28 to 33. Warmer Thursday, colder over weekend. Precipitation will total about one inch with rain mostly over weekend. Central I South Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees above normal. Normal highs 52 to 60. Normal lows 33 to 39. Cooler at beginning of period with warming trend over weekend. Precipitation will average one inch or more in rain over weekend. EFD Ambulance Delivers Oxygen The Elwood fire department ambulance delivered and administered a tank of oxygen to Russell Durm, no age given, of 1229 North 10th street at 1 a.m. this morn tog. CONDITIONS "IMPROVING" JACKSON. Miss. (UPI) - A snerial House committee i-tvesti- eatine complaints that white and Nsmw rhilrirpn 'were allowed to play together in the pediatrics ...oni nt thp tinivprsitv nf Missis sippi Hospital reported Tuesday that "conditions have improved. 0 .V a City News Briefs BmmauaJ Uama William Al- umbaugh of 619 North lltb street. remnvoH vesterdav to hlS home trom the Mercy hospital. Mr. Frye Home - Mis. Robert Frye of 1609 North Djstreet, was taken Tuesday from the Mercy hospital to her home. Leaves Mercy Dmny J Knotts of 2001 South I street, has been dismissed from the Mercy hospital. It Horn - Mrs. Ralph McCord, route 1 Frankton is home following treatment at the Mercy hospital. Released - John Hoover and Mickey Baker were released Tuesday and taken to their home in New Haven. At Homt Dixie Ann Harde-beck, route 3 Elwood is at heme from the Mercy hospital. Admitted Tuesday Reason Reed of 2005 South Sheridan street, was admitted Tuesday w the Mercy hospital. In Mercy' Marjorie Frazee of 2527 South A street is a pa: .em in the Mercy hospital. Admitted - Gary Jolliff of 232 North 12th street, was admitted yesterday to the Mercy hospital. Sen Born A son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Rex Carlile of route 3 Elwood, at the Mercy hospital. Dismissed - Mrs. John Pea rson and babv. 2421 North C st reet, were dismssed Tuesday fr om the Mercy hospital. Gees Heme Qaren Johns of 2300 South A street, was taken yesterday to his following treat ment at the Mercy hospital. Dlaul nalc Ftehisnn of Frankton, was released Tuesday from the Mercy hospital Home From Mercy Mrs. Mol-lie Simmons of route 1 Summit-ville, was dismissed Tuesday, from the Mercy hospital. Taken Homt Mrs. Larry Stafford and baby, 1308 Main street, were taken Tuesay fr,im the Mercy hospital to their home. Daughter Bern A daughter was born today at the Mercy hos pital to Mr. and Mrs. iuiward P pie of route 1 Summitville. Taken Ta Indianapolis Harry Heavilin was taken Tuesday to the veterans hospital, Indianapolis in the Clark ambulance. Frankton Church Lists Activities Wednesday, March 21. the prayer and study group of the Frank-ton Christian Church will meet at the home of Dorothy Ash. At 7:30 the same evening the adult choir will practice: Rev. Tharp win hold classes for youth interested in becoming members of the church each Sat urdav at 11:00 a.m. Sunday, Mar ch 25, the Wedding Ring class will hold a dinner at the Mangas Cafeteria in Elwood. District 7 Ch ristian Youth Fellowship meeting will be at Greenfield March 25 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Dr. Lowell G. Colston will serve as guest lea der. March 26, Monday, the World Outreach Committee will hold its meeting at T:30. Tuesday March 27, 7:30 p.m. The Christian Cru saders will meet at the church, 7:30 the same evening and the Christian Men's Fellowship will meet at the church. Rev. Leon Weatherman, director of, mens work for the Christian churches of Indiana will be the. guest speak er. DINING ROOM 0 Seven More File Candidacies For C-L Area Posfs Seven more men have filed their declarations of candidacy for offices effecting the Elwood Call- Leader area. All are subject to the May 8 primary. In Madison county Aaron T. Mc Cord is seeking the Democratic nomination for Pipe Creek town - ship justice of peace. Another De mocrat, Robert F. Williams, is run ning for the Duck Creek township advisory board while Republican Thomas V. Burke has filed for the Lafayette township advisory board. In Hamilton county Edwin Bee ry, vvesmeia, is a canamaie lor the GOP nomination for sheriff. Republican Ben Edwards Jr., Noblesville, has filed for county councilman - at - large. Loy McKevitt, Marion Democrat, is running for state senator in Grant county. Richard P. Good Jr., Kokomo Republican, is seeking to become joint state representative for Tipton and Howard counties. K Links Continued From Pago One According to Tass, Khrushchev said Soviet-American cooperation could help in: Using earth satellites for "su per long - distance" communications. Organizing world wide weath er observation services tnrougn satellites. Pooling radio and optical means for observing and study ing the moon, Mars, Venus and other bodies in cosmic space, and in studying the physics of interplanetary space and celestial bodies. Khrushchev said that Soviet sci entists are ready to cooperate and exchange information in "mapping the magnetic field of the earth in outer space by means of artificial satellites, to exchange knowledge in the field of space medicine." The premier said international cooperation in outer space activity is vital, because one nation's activities could hinder- another otherwise. He said' these outer space efforts by various nations could be discussed and coordinated among the nations. In his State of the Union mes sage in January, 1961, President Kennedy called for a joint effort in outer space. Last month, Khrushchev, in con gratulating the United States on the successful orbital flight of Lt. Col. John H. Glenn, Jr., suggested cooperation in further space activities. Kennedy welcomed Khrush chev's proposals and expressed hope that representatives of the two governments could meet shortly to discuss cooperative projects. Israel Continued From Pago On three days after Israel announced it had destroyed Syrian outposts on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee after what it termed month-long "provocations" by Syrian forces. The cabinet was reported to have discussed all military and political implications of the renewed tension on the Syrian frontier. A cabinet communique said Tuesday's shooting had occurred "wholly in Israel territory." It accused Syria of "aggression." The Syrian government insisted that the shooting had occurred in a demilitarized zone. Syria asked the Security Council at U.N. headquarters in New York Tuesday to consider "the grave situation caused by acts of aggression committed by Israel on the Syrian frontier." ENTER FIRST AND THIRD MONDAYS EVERY MONTH Courses Include: Secretarial Comptometer . Profeailonal Accounting Bookkeeping Stenographic Writ or Phone tor Bulletin ' INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE 13th and Meridian Phone 644-7514 ANDERSON Elwood Court Session Held Tuesday Night Only one person appeared be -fore Judge Michael E. Tancey in Elwood court action Tuesday night, while five others paid fines in advance. Appearing in court was: Troy Lee Wood, 48, of Alexan -dria. who was arrested on charges of driving his truck over the re -gistered weight and with an ex -pired license. He was fined 519.75 on the first count but had the second charge dismissed. Those paying fines in advance were: Charles Stephen Simison, .17, no address given, paid a fine of $19.75 for disobeying a stop sign. William E. Faulkner, 46, of Narrows, Kentucky was fined $43.-75 for having no PSCI decal. Madeline D. Forst, 48, of Tipton who had pleaded not guilty to a charge of speeding, and had judgment withheld, was found guilty by the court. She was notified and paid $19. Jack W. Mead, 24, of 1908 South P street was fined $19.75 for im proper passing. William Blasingame, 39, of Ink- . mt 1 r.4 1C ster. Michigan was nnea for driving his truck with an over weight axle. Madison County Farmers Union Meets Tin iesday The Madison County Farmers u- i t nion met at the Leacn scnooi Tuesday evening. President Hor - ace Somers opened the meeting, and devotions were given by Mrs. state spnator J.J. Bailey gave a talk on school reorganization and questions on the subject were an -H hv tate senators William Sebree and Robert Rock and state representative Merrill Graham. Afterwards lunch was serrved by ha frp:hmpnt committee of which Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson rtrt rViairmPTl- Next meeting will be held at tne Tniana Mirhizan Electric office in Alexandria on April 17 when an auction sale is planned. Albert Thurston Of Atlanta Area Succumbs Today ATLANTA Albert Irvin Thurs ton, 61, route 1, Atlanta, died at a m tnrfav en route to the Tintmi Mpmnrial hosDltal. Born in Hamilton county marcn 1, 1901, he was the son of Albert and Elizabeth Thurston. He was married on Dec. 13, 1924, to OUie Belzer. He was a member ot tne church of God and a farmer most of his life. Survivors . include the widow and one son, Lee Thurston of route 1 TiDton: one brother. Harry Th urston of route 1, Tipton; three sis ters, Dorothy and Betty Thurston of route 1, Atlanta, and Mrs. Ar- ; Rci7or of Arcadia: and one irrandson. tVip hodv was taken to the Mit chell funeral home in Tipton. Fu - neral arrangements are pending. Feature Continued From Page Ont sculpture center. Still in the dream age, the center wouia nave oui -innr rtisnlav areas and possibly a walk overlooking the adjoining Fall Creek gorge. Smiier resides m a modern home in Ithaca, New York where Cor nell university is located. Use A Want Ad PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AND QiuchL e5 BAIT RECIPE ANADARKO. Okla. (UPI) - Fisherman Leon Roden offers this recipe for bait five slices of bread, 1 spoon peanut butter, a ripe banana, 1 spoon sugar, 1 cake yeast, 5 ounces water and 3 cups brandy. Roden said you drunk the brandy, mix the other ingredients well and "then you have to think bigger than the fish." WINTER RAINS END LOS ANGELES (UPI) "Winter rains are over," U.S. Weather Bureau forecaster Emile Kurtz boldly announced Tuesday night apparently with one hand on his umbrella. "After 6:30 p.m. (PST) Tues day night, we will start spring rains," he added. ANIMALS KEEP OUT MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)-The Milwaukee County Zoo is having trouble keeping wild animals out. Zoo Director George Speidel said he has ordered traps to eliminate native wild foxes that have been trying to enter the zoo. ST. PETER SPEAKING DAYTON, Ohio (UPI) "Main gate, St. Peter" speaking" is the answer some people get wnen they telephone the Dayton Air Force depot. The depot does not have a di rect line to heaven, just civilian guard Jay St. Peter at its main gate. DOG CATCHER'S COMPLAINT ASHLAND, Wis. (UPI) Dog Warden Jaim Paiement com plained Tuesday that people have been so law abiding in the last twn vpars that "there aren't enough dogs running around to keep the cats under control. THAT'S UNDERSTANDABLE MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) - Patrick Rajchel, 23, who once lost his license for five traffic convictions, led police on a two-mile chase after he drove through a stop sign. "I foreot I had a license," he told County Judge Robert Miech Tuesday, explaining why he fled CLEAN GOVERNMENT LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Demo-crat John C. O'Keefe, who is run ning for Congress, mesaay mailed small bars of soap to vot ers urging his election for clean government." CHAMPION WALKER ALMA, Wis. (UPD-Barber Mat Stohr mav have set some kind of record during his 68 years in the profession but not for hair-trim ming. o Enamel ? o sWngle PAINTS? obl , Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UFI) Investors Research Co. sees March and April as a potential turning point of great importance for the stock market. Seldom in the past two decades hae there been so many of the-key ingredients that precede a bull market, the company says. "However, it is very early in this period and lt would not be surprising to see the general list back off from the strong rally ej-sorts of the past two weeks." Joseph E. Granville of E. F. Hutton & Co. says that interest in cyclical stocks is increasing In a marked manner. He expeeti such groups as the textiles, papers, machine tools, rubbers, chemicals, aluminums, copptrt Ifcnd steels to lead the marwei higher throughout the spring months. ROYAL PRINCESS Office Phone FE 2-tOJl Tonite, Thurs., Frl., Sat. Doubla Featuro tmlSt mum MM i Hum tmCABOl Also Hit No. 2 firwgAlimlt Sj HENRY FONDA ANTHONY PEW Freo Pass To Cindy Wilson Want Ad P ci f WHERE ELSE BUT THE SHERMAN HOUSE Downtown location Five famous Mstsu-convenient to shopping, rants including the Col-, theatres, business dis- lege Inn Porterhouse trict nd the Well o the Sea Completely . A Condi- tioned Dr,ve n Gar8 ... K' fun to stay t the Sherman SHERMAN' HOUSE ( WOULD FAMOUS HOTEL dirt t tiMilik Strut Nm: Flanklii 2 2106 Ttltrrpi Ct TJI7 , AirliM twin tere fe Shetmie Home directff J te ine from both Chicito enpoiU 0 rONFUSFD ABOUT "Roasting hot dogs is not my idea of eating out, Charlie!" 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