The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky on April 18, 1959 · Page 6
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The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky · Page 6

Louisville, Kentucky
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Saturday, April 18, 1959
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' 1 V,. J 4 - ..3 h ) 1 SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, .1959 SECTION 1 SECTION 1 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 1959 mem fo) fo) M LCOLM S. TETLRS L2)U ,4 THE COURIER. JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. I -...y I J. LEWIS POWELL Poivell To Speak At Bond Kickoff J. Lewis Powell, Washington, will speak at the kickoff dinner of Louisville's "Share-In-Amer-ica" payroll -savings campaign for United States Savings Bonds at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Pendennis Club. Powell, staff assistant for the assistant secretary of defensa (supply and logistics), will discuss, "Technology In This Space Age, or Muscles to Missiles." About 150 executives will be the guests of J. J. B. Milliard & Son at the dinner. Powell, a graduate mechanical and aeronautical engineer, is responsible for the nation's industrial-mobilization planning. Ha is a commander in the Navy Reserve. Firms Urged To Promote Father's Day The idealistic and the economic aspects of Father's Day were outlined yesterday by Alvin- Austin, New York, chairman of National Father's Day Committee. Austin spoke at the 53d anniversary program of the Louisville Advertising Club at the Kentucky Hotel. "All of us in the business of publicity enn feel mighty good that an idea that has beauty, nobility, purpose, and public service, can also advance the health of the Amarican economy," the speaker said. 'Can Be Doubled' The slogan for " this year's Father's Day, June 21, is, "Juvenile Integrity Starts In' The Home." Austin told the group. Father's Day business for 1959 in the way of presents, food, and rjarties can be doubled CeurirJournl Photo, JAMES D. VAUGHN 2 Executives Announced Br YM.C.A. Appointment of two new executives was announced yesterday by the Metropolitan Y.M.. C.A. here. James D. Vaughn has been named metropolitan business secretary. Malcolm S. Peters is the new executive secretary of TWO-DOOR STATION WAGONS TWO-DOOR SEDANS -6-PASSENGER $T1 SALE PRICE SALE PRICE Y00 WONT ffiD AMY ru JL Ay SALE TH 6 the Downtown Branch Y.M.C.A. Vaughn came to Louisville from Indianapolis, where he was Y.M.C.A. metropolitan business secretary for 11 years. He is married and has three children. Peters, a native of New Or-1 leans, came from Milwaukee, where he was a member of the North-Central Area Y.M.C.A. staff. He has extensive Y.M.C.A. .' experience in Louisiana and ' Texas. He is married and has two sons. (Penns' To Drop Two Local Trains To Indianapolis The Indiana Tublie Service Commission yesterday authorized the Pennsylvania Railroad to discontinue its two local passen-, ger trains between Louisville 1 and Indianapolis. The railroad's petition said the trains have caused substantial operating Iosscj. No date was announced for discontinuance. One of the trains dropped leaves Louisville at 7:10 a.m. and arrives at Indianapolis at 9.25 a.m. The other leaves Indianapolis at 7:50 p.m. and arrives at Louisville at 10 p.m. WILL GIVE W TO mmm . ON ALL PERKINS' 16 FACTORY-TRAINED SALES FORCE HAVE WORKED ALL WEEK PREPARING FOR THIS SALE rMi rniAwnnisixn'u'n IP AflAK VOT TOW TO lul U o over last year "if all elements ! in the trade properly promoted the event," Austin said. Three Injured In Collision Of Car, TrucU Three persons were injured slightly at 3 p.m. yesterday at Floyd and Liberty in a car-truck collision that tied up traffic in the area for 45 minutes. Police said Miss Mary E. Copeland, 27, of 827 S. Second, was driving north on Floyd at 20 mph when she crashed into the right rear of a 2V2-ton truck eastbound on Liberty. The truck, driven by Gleamer Hel-vey, 38, of 401 Fehr, overturned. It is owned by the Volunteers of America. Helvey, Miss Copeland, and Miss Betty Reynolds, 23, of 949 S. First, a passenger in Miss Copcland's car, were treated for cuts and bruises at General Hospital and released. Miss Copeland was cited for failure to observe a boulevard stop. Pact Is Let To Build Tilan Missile Base - Washington, April 17 OP A contract for construction of he first Titan intercontinental-missile launching base, at Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, was awarded Friday to a combination of five firms. The total cost was $40,668,034 for building concrete-covered pits and all of the complex underground system required - to launch the huge missile. The firms joining in the eon- This leaves Louisville with fhree trains a day to and from Indianapolis. ! I VJ STATION WAGONS TWO-DOOR HARDTOPS FOUR-DCR 25 SALE $ PRICE PICE S LJtHJD tract are Morrison-Knudsen, Paul mm. mm d asm 02J Hardeman, Johnson-Drake & Piper, Olson Construction Company and F. E. Young Construction Company of Los Angeles. The Denver base is one of three selected to handle Titan missiles. mm ALL CHSH SE EEZS & (GH5J M7, LUSTRE-CREME SHAMPOO for shinier, easier-to-manage hair F0UR-D00R SEDANS CONVERTIBLE COUPE C i r. fine ran c lit cu :xu!n rich heuJ SALE $ PRICE -fbaMynew i25 'MP JMWEffiEJJ SALE $ PRICE Ml 1 1 1 1 n o q d j " U (o) f funtpfi 'in tirtf t tm f enemas it mm - )MI (tfaYI'l t't, ,1-1- 'J I OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. DURING THIS SALE SUN. 1-5 P.M.-See PERKINS today! YOUR SIGNATURE IS USUALLY ALL YOU NEED TO GET A NEW CAR AT PERKINS PLYMOUTH I0W YOU JUST SHAMPOO . . . IET WITH RAIN W4T1Rh nt HAVt yvtlY NTlRAL-LOCKma CURlM Your Good Neighborhood Drug Stor Member of louisvilla Retail Dru2g"st Association J 2105 DIXIE 18th ST. JUST SOUTH OF ALGONQUIN PKWY. HIGHWAY

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