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   Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Newspaper) - October 30, 1959, Logansport, Indiana                                PUBLIC UBRART Drizzle TrXKJR HOME TOWIST NEWSPAPER NOW IN OUR 116th YEAR HOME EDITION Founded Kpd United Day and Nipht LOGANSPORT EVENING OCTOBER 30 1959 Lcaied United Prem International fitvtn Pfcoto Piice Per Copy Ten Cents 604 ABSENTEES The tempo of the Logansport l lnat has had more r city election campaign was rapj han candidates in a serera Comparisons Ihe STdals woked city eleclion for lhe top city of WASHINGTON UPI Rail in their final bids for support in foe lroad Iabor negolialions now sim next Tuesdays balloting i The number of absentee ballot lmennS In Chicago mvile com panson with bargaining m the marivi i T Public mlercst was centering applications passed the 600 r around the threeway race forand lne numher of local mavor the first time in 42 years dents whp haye passgd thg The railroads are demanding 500 mark Friday i wholesale changes in work heavy absenteeballoting is bitter opposition i from union spokesmen The same precedented m peace time jg by mmy kbor The eight new applications filrelations experts as the key road1 Fire Chief Urges Caution in Setting LOCQl Lea ireS ed Frjd morning brought to settlement of the An appeal to use caution i To Drag Area Of Beach Jurists Hat Identified CHICAGO UPI Police planned today to start dragging a beach search of a federal judge who disappeared four days ago j Chief of Detectives John Ascher ordered the dragging after it was definitely established that a blue homburg hat found on the beach belonged to missing Judge W Lynn Parkinson We have apprehensions that the judge may have accidentally Ascher said Fire Chief Richard Dick Ei ers brought sert fntal number loui number of the search for Parkin lsonto ask Coast Guard to JUST Fiscel son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Fiscel of 974 South Cicott stops his bike in front of the new Fairview Junior high school attempting to picture in his mind how it will look when completed Don a sixth grader at Jefferson will attend Fairview next fall Work on the school is approximately 50 completed UPI the steel producers called for a I oneyear wage freeze lo aid the JV tLI n m i black Hombuni hat IUCUMi fight against inflation The railj fi d bclonSne lo Jude W drafgln2 operations m the He said water hose should HaVe Lvnn Parkinson UPI j off Chicagos South Side He said a water hose should 3flL Three of marked iheir hourly pay cut they say is needed be connected and ready for ne clerks office and use in the event i cust of ln lne ccrKS t0 W use m me a gust OL ln Ime wlt hose olh Indus wind caused the fire to the otners sent them in by The fire chief said all bon POLITICAL PARTY leaders gome federal officials however fires should be watched closehave indicated hat here will be Relieve the contrasts between the v to prevent them from getmore challenges of absentee vollw disputes may be more tmS out of control He added er on lhan cant in helping to avert a threat ened nationwide rail strike some beenatantlmeln time next year Here are some of the differ Anxiety in Lafayette Over Judge LAFAYETTE Ind A striking sieelworker found the judges hat on the beach at that point late Thursday Earlier the head of an umbrella also believed to have been the judges was found near the Oak Street subway entrance about eight miles from where the hat was discovered by a steelworker It was feared that Parkinson 57 iion workers Thursda nit uiuii tj age to the paving Officials headquarters was said this confines the places a grouP of where leaves may be burned to the owners yard or on a gravel sfreet or road EMBEZZLEMENT CASE Liffle Optimism Area For Siee Peace long loose clothing worn by women could result in severe burns for the wearer i e pas r t T j w T The police department point The Democratic party leaders ences thev dle i dsappearance of Judge W Lynn have bgen m and IHL pumi L r Parkinson dropped a cloud of anx ed out it is not pcrmissable to mcir series o msiruc bareammp on Ihp v I into burn leaves on blacktop or meetings for precinct dec concrete because of the dam at way Labor Act a far more ble law in curbing strikes lhan ere oy a group of w Ihrough the actual cedure for demonstration posesSuggested a presidential commisj Mrs Bums lives across thej parynsons daughter Mrs Iota Ally Leiand Cass jo study the work rules in an street from the ranchD said it belonged to publican chairman announced effort to eliminate alleged Parkinson built here a fewjthe doe haberdasher Art that the instruction meeting for erbedding but the unions reject years before he was elevated identified he hat as the Republican members of the ed this approach By contrast the the Court of Appeals in one Parkinson took to him for precinct election boards will proposal for a in 1957 irenovain Oct 15 1958 held at 2 Sunday it the ilar study was rejecled by the Mrs Stanley Barnes the pres1 p j Logan holel with Ally Frank steel companies who favored ar ent owner of the house said she said me ha did not ap Tnlberl pivino inslnirtinns L ipear been in I neighbors and longtime friends saH the blueblack horn burg was the best clue since Par began his strange journey the TaftHartley Act being used in II s something ue usit can tMmdav complaii ction proihe steel situation off our minds Mrs William ofa pain n he back o Railroad management sald ihead Girl Scout ToBeHere Tn hfr o loloer i rr s sure the judge s suffering TWO CREWS of Cass county Railway Labor Act proamnesia and will return to the Logansporis citv building was PITTSBURGH UPI High j level steel bargainers renew tn Kokomo he Cl S VOfJn places to make recommendations m sand gf ilwo or three days Trial of Cecil Laymon of 18 B i the prosecution of the case street on a charge that he one against Laymon bezzled and stole in cityj highway employes distributed thevdes for creation of White House beautiful woods surrounding thej voting booths and ballot boxes to emergency boards which have thehome he loved Ser n In Indiana rawer to make recommendations j It was just last fall that Elsie The judge wandering in a state or settlement of major Parkinsons wife and Lynn amnesia could have boarded a onder TaftHartley President Ei me a visit to see the house j train to his native Indiana where senhowers factfinding board was Mrs Barnes said i he was a jurist for many vears Some of Ihe voting booths in confmedlo stating lhe issues pre They walked Ihrough all therefore lo Chicago public and private an agreement rooms and I found Lynn in the i pki rled homes cannot be set up until i do not expire in the kifchen crying He said to me i Monday however i railroad industry but continue changed by a ment of the court house i little optimism even though a and five Kokomo delegates were funds on Julv 29 1957 while he defendant was cmvicled third sled company signed with excluded from proceedings be was employed asbookkeeper andMarch 24 this Mrof the emilhe union night calse of a deadiock in thc faa clerk in the city utilities office i bezzlement of in city funds Chief industn negotiator will open at April 14 195S Although he was Conrad Cooper and United Steel The 12 remaining delegates Nov 5 in the Howard circuit j sentenced to prison for two lo 21 President David reasoned that ccn Zila ex Q iViore inan ou are he is free under bond on MU f i u canvassin0 board for ihp nocontraci no pected to be called to testify for completion of an H0M j Jatit dection be Donald a situation which faced ship the state in the trial according to peal by his lawyers to lhe stale Lae Granitej Clt counties of Fulton While Carroll and Fred Scagnoli The rwo Relhe Steelworkers Parkinson family lived in Prosecutor Earl R Palmer L supreme court ISieel Ingest Pu publican clerks for lhe board selaer for a bus Owen Bolinger Howard county THE STATE that producer became the third THE ABSENT were have not yet been named ThelCloSe School rPnnripd e m Ginnv I dont know whv I ever T effecl until changed by a new I left here and went o I l iagreement This bars any union In nearby Rensselaer Ind Rep Court at Fort J Waimo said she saw the judge xuiL Waynes main street Tues vith Parkinson when the prosecutor will assist Palmer which Laymondeposiled eaE a Ihen called i lo his account in July 1957 in me uau me uramte Uty whole lhree election board members j The Tipton township elementary The Weather Forecast United Press International lhe Union Bank and Trust y approved the recomare exofficio members of the school will be closed next week l panv at Kokomo actually belon reached by ithe Co and Emendation bv a substantial vote j canvassing board for repair of the furnace We donl know what to make Oi it except that there must been an overload of work andfr before I was going to say something I to Mrs Wood said but a Halleck said The other five counties sending j THE COUNTY clerks office ng to Robert Cole principal of j He and I grew up together in Three persons identified pic ed to the city of Logansport Thej iasi Monday accordingdelegatcs were Cass will be open until 5 school Rensselaer peddled newspapers tures of Parkinson as the man funds were in 22 checks an announcement by McDonald Howard Miami and Wabash day instead of closing at noon The school has been closed the j together and played on the saw twiee in a Chesterton Other cases still pending z yvreeder president j The recornmendalion and vote due to the election activities iPast week while the installation school ilnd lunchroom Wednesday eve ainst Lavmon as a result of the and chairman of the board of Granite were preceded by appeals from The inspectors of the precinct ot Mrs Josenh Kendall of Kokomo declion boards will be sworn ini INDL4NV Mostly cloudy this I shortage in the city afternoon Cloudy occasional utility funds uncovered by the McDonaW after announcing the j and Mrs Royce Rose of Logans and obtain their voting supplies j WLNNERS new furnace is being made j Parkinson spoke in Lafayetteinln only last weekend and several nioht and Saturday Little temperone cargng e emezze 42 ature chane except a little warm 50 on Oct 8 1957 and another the o President Eisen er extreme north tonight Low to alleging he stole on sevcra das ago to pro extreme night ranging from the 40s ex 1958 These cases are await expeditiously to complete la I during lhat period while absen TORONTO UPI Willie also voted to lee voters will make their final Shoemaker rode three winners persons who heard the speech Police pointed out that Parkin son easily could have been in Fort mentioned it did not seem up to Wayne Tuesday and Chesterton on periods ofligfit ram or drizzle toj state board of accounts include aSreement reached wilh Granite j port and Saturday Lillle temper one charging he embezxled S642jsalL We feel 1 ls in Ine with The share the costs of maintaining the applications for absentee finished in the money with Mayor Kenneth R Snyder a Mrs Southworth and other only two Girl Scout LittleNo obsentee voter applications two other mounts Thursday at fellow Republican and a 35year j members of the family pinned the judges usual forceful caliber Wednesday Houses in the area located at will be accepted after Saturday Woodbine It was his first ap Ipearance on a Canadian track Kokomo and Frankfort j under state law Ireme north to lhe 50s south High ing trial in the Miami and White bor Saturday ranging from the 50s I circuit courts where they were north lo lower 60s south Sunset Mat on changes of venue fromj ANNUAL EVENT SPONSORED BY LOGAN SPORT ELKS CLUB today Cass requested by the dei Sunrise Saturday attorneys Outlook THE HOWARD circuit judge Sunday Rainy and mild Lows in nas set asidc Nov 5 6 9 and 10i the 50s Highs in the 60s i for the trial of the em1 i bezzlement case but it may take friend of lhe judge up hopes on the belief Parkin the town sentiment Ison had amnesia Halloween Parade Here Men from outer space invaded j school band flagetlcs majorettes Thursday lows last 12 longer than that the Thursday j and drum major John Hillis The nuns s o si h J ndjcaled Convicti f lh j night and werea smashmg sue junior high school lUl T IIWU1J ncitC rtnnH wlrtlftUftJ ni tnn hours precipitation endino ai m iodav Chicago charge would carry the sameiCeTSS TT iiuine a t It Wfls lh annua Halloween of the parade 5147 Cincinnati 6652 Denver as that on lhe charge of i v 3826 50 Evansville 6556 Indiani which Laymon was found guilty and fantas wah evldenl apolis 6247 Louisville 6755 j t was pointed out Miami S5SO New York 5546 San Francisco 6S59 Washington 5S Checking Clues in rest band marched at the tail end After the parade the kids went man of the Halloween event j and Mark Parkins Brenda Kel The parade started from and Kathv Camev front of the Elks moved east in North street to Sixth south to Jim Conrad Lynn Skelton Temoeroture THURSDAY FRIDAY n i n L Parker Probe 31 iNoon 1 2 3 i 4 5 6 42 Broadway west io Third north Carolyn Shepler Debbie Tinkle to North street and then eastjJody Hillis Judy Hinkle Nancy j back to the Elks lodge for cosi ward back to the Elks HomeWaybill DyAne Dceter Anna parade annually protume judging and cider and where he costumed youngsters Louse Lawhorne Tommy Bar vidcs an outlet for imagination doughnuts Winner of the second were treated to candy and apples land dreams and the kids wereprize was an Indian family porand lhe final judging look place ara an eresa e e laroyT1 Burke Maureen and Kathleen McGuin and Jean Thorington Doris Neumann Jay StaggS John Morgan Christine Frush our Rhonda Hagene Martha and Mary Roninger Jenny Han at their best last nighi in the trayed by Sheri Shelley Suzanne 1 form of donoevil monkeys and Stephanie Slalberger of 60S awards olher outstanding In addition to the top four City police are waiting word wilchesand spooks I Wheatland from Del R H LaSage of the But it wastwo kids from outer ave They received entrants were Mike Beckner of Flora Bob Moore and Mark Third place went to three monj Bender Tom and Mike McGwin each receiving Beckner por trayed a mechanical man Moore was taken from Lake Michigan Mars and the and JinTHalfof Broadj horse and rider while the Mc earl ths week award of 515 The two boys and Bob Combs 3022 youngsters were portray 8 Admitting the body could be side in outer county at rt I Broadway Fourth place was won ing Chinese Coolies 42 Gary Police department space lnat captured the show 42iing lhe outcome of a check oniany Richard Heater 9 and keys called See no evil Hear no lhe worn oy a man spaceman brother Joe Alien Heat evil and Speak no The whose badly decomposed body eri portraying robots from three were none other lhan Rick 9 that of the missing Ralph 1 Star City 8 10 formerly employed in lhe city Several hi by lhree Halloween fairies por hundred youngsters i trayed by Steven Mary Ann and 9 J utility office here Chief of Poi dressed in every conceivable Phillip Ball of and lice Lee Morris and Del Sgt j kind of costume paraded through I fourth place winners each receiv Pm Robert Powell said Friday if the lhe citys business district justied teeh lead to the identifij prior to the time when goblinsj Official judges for the High One Year low One Year Barometer steady at 2 final cation of the man in Gary they j will get you if you dont watch i roundup at the Elks were Edwin will be checked in Logansport byi Deck Eugene W Bill Boatman Parkers dentist for possible iden Leading the parade was a poj and Ally Fred Hanna Pzul tification j lice escort the Logansport highlViney served as general chair Olher SI Awards Otherswho received awards were Dian Wortley Paul A Willing Carolyn Hillis Paulette Stonerock Suzanne Zimmerman na Tim and Terry Paula Bunny Strauch Judy Anderson Claudia McLoch lin Jimmy Swigert Corby Camp Marjorie Brenda and Roger Hankee Annette Stone rock and Mary Ellen Luxem Among others honored were Jean Ann Morris John and Nancy Clark Buddy and Eve Mary Parenle Jennie Isaacs lyn Nelhercutt John and Joe Vernon OToole Stephen Barr j Tidrick Rita Corcoran Mark John Morris Bridget McGrath j Pumel Michael Rans Bobby Connie T Coiner and Billy Roberlson Eugene Rush Dee Moon Kim i Mark Shorter and Toni Randolph SO and Jean Ryan were sophisticated entries in the Elks costume judging contest held following the parade Ihrough downtown Logansport at the Elks building Their theme They tried to tell us were too They are the children of Major and Mrs Fred J Ryan of the Bunker Hill AFB Staff   

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