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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 42

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 2, 1960
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Nzw Bzoks At Local Library '. The following 16'.nun films are ;on deposit from the Indiana Li .brary Film Circuit in the Logans ;port Cass County Library--during •the month of October. Iriforma :tion on use of these and other ;films available in s u c c e e ding •months may be obtained from the librarian. 1. America The Beautiful, 20 min. color: A panorama, of the •United States, the natural beauty /the farms, towns, cities, indus ;tries and people of our land. ; 2. Classic Scotland, 10 min color: Depicts a Scotland of mov .ing beauty, so steeped in history ;and legenfl that "classic" is the \vord to describe it. ; 3. Dangerous Stranger, 10 min b&w: Produced in cooperation with the Los Angeles Police De l>artment. Designed to warn chil dren of the dangers of associating 'with strangers. ; 4. Declaration Of Independence By The Colonists: 16 min. color: 5. The Family-Arv Approach To Peace: 17 min. b&w: 'Contrasts the popular conception of foreign lands with life as it is actually lived around the globe. 8. French Revolution, 16 min WINTERPROOF YOUR HOME NOW! Comb. Storm Window* and Doors . Rniding & Mineral Wool ' Insulation Glen Reid A&A 511 Erie Phone 3650 ENTER Every Month First or Third Monday Courses Include • Professional Accounting Secretarial — Comptometer Bulletin on Request Indiana Business College Barnes Bldg. . Ph. 4276 Logansport Approved For Veterans SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1. UM. color: Brief history of Revolution, from 1789 to Napoleon. 7. Helen Keller In 'Her Story, 45 min. b&w: .This film, as narrated by Katherine Cornell, is a factual yet moving biography made up of still .photographs, some early movies 1 and' newsreels of Miss Keller's active life. 8. High Wall, 32 min. b&w: Points out what prejudices is and how it is transmitted. 9. Hunting With A Camera, 17 min.: color: In this film the animals, fish and water birds were ''shot" by a camera. (Loaned by Canadian Film Board) 10. Introduction To Skin Diving: 27 min. color: A film on how .to stay alive under water. 11. Jerusalem, The Holy City, 11 min. color: The pageantry of Jerusalem and ils historic shrines. 12. Our Changing Family. Life, 22 miri. b&w:'Contrasts 1 the closely integrated' farm family life of 1880 with r .the ' 'family • life of today." 13. Pantomines: Marcel Marceau,' 13',min. color:- Marcel Marceau, paritomimist in three of his works, . "David and Goliath," "Lion Tahier;" and "Butterfly Chase." . ."•' ! -14. Turkey,' Key to The Middle East,. W. min. b&w: Considers the position of Turkey in relation both to its own past and the present- day .world. ' - . • 15. You're In Charge, 11 min. b&w: Lessons in safety practice for young people who serve as baby sitters and for parents who employ them. ELECT DOCTOR ANDERSON, Ind; (AP) - Dr. William L. Baughn of Anderson was re-elected Saturday as secretary of the Association, of American Physicians and Surgeons. The election took place at the group's annual meeting in St. Louis. Have You Visited Our New GREETING CARD CENTER? CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS SEND A HALLMARK CARD "Wh.n you car* (Rough to Miirf th» very bo'rt" 1' Exclusive At TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Card H«adquarttr»" PLEASE NOTICE! Effective Monday, October 3, 1960 In order to continue the highest quality of service and 1 workmanship we -find it necessary to submit this change in prices in Union BarbeV Shops. Regular Haircut Flattops API Ag . s Children Shampoo Tonic- Massage Shave 7th grade and elder .... Under 7th grade Minimum .. Minimum. ....... Minimum , .50 .50 .25 .00 .25 .25 .00 PATRONIZE UNION BARBER SHOPS Owners of Barber Shops Displaying Union Shop Cards Are: l-WM. & JAMES BISHOP, 1631 Smead St. 2-DON BONNELl, 424 E. Marker 3-GEORGE BltBEL, 436 Burlington 4-ALBC BURROUGHS, 525 E. Broadway 5-HAL ORISMAN, 318 Pearl St. 6-FRANK COBLE, 113 Fourth St. 7-CONN & WILSON, 329 Court St. B^HARDY & TOML'tNSON, 707 No. Third St. 9-BERTEL HARMON, 421 Fourth St. 10-GEORGE HILL, 308 So. Third St. 11 -LARRY HOOD, 312 fifteenth St. ' 12-iNORMAN J. LEFFERT, 1137 Erie Ave. 13-SULLIVAN MAU>RO r 1517 Erie Ave? 14-DONALD MICHAEL, 328 Wilkinson St. 15-KENNETH OLDHAM, 705 No. Sixth St. 16-FRED OSBORNE, 501 Bat.i St. 17-C. WALTERS-320 So. Third St. 18-JOSEPH L. SMITH, 917 No. Third St. 19-UL & DICK WEBSTER, 1226 E. Broadway 20-PAUL WEST, 309 Fifth St. UNION SHOP HOURS MON., TUES., THURS.-8:00 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. FRIDAY-8:M A.M. TO 7:00 P.M. SATURDAY-4:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. CLOSED Ail DAY WEDNESDAY "Dbg catcher must be a hard office"to get elected-to. People are always saying they wouldn't vote for somebody i-The was running for it. Candidates On Leading Issues By J. W. DAVIS WASHINGTON (AP)—The Presidential contenders worried this week.about the high cost of living and the high cost of 'government. : They pondered other things too,' did Democrat -John F. Kennedy yard Republican Richard M.' Nixon —mainly ,the question.of who's going to be elected five weeks fr.om next Tuesday. • '• • Both could take heart. They were still being cheered, long and loud, -by the amazingly large crowds this 1960 campaign has attracted and stirred. The cost of living: Kennedy—"I intend to mention the high cost of living every week of this campaign. The American consumer and the American house wife may have been forgotten by the Republican leaders—but they THE NEW-NEW HOMEOWNERS COVERAGE DWELLING-CONTENTS- CRIME & LIABILITY PROTECTION in ONE POLICY CREE INSURANCE AGENCY 134 I. Third Strl.t Dial 3751 INSURE IN SURE INSURANCrJ fiave not forgotten the promises those leaders made in 1952." .Nixon—"I know what it means to meet a family budget at the end of the month and what a tremendous-effort it is for most folks to pay their taxes and meet their bills." Cost of government: Nixon—"I counted out the cost of the Democratic platform. It runs a minimum of ?13.2 billion a year more than we are spending at present to $18 billion a year more. This ?13 to 118 billion isn't Jack's, money. It's your money he's spending." Kennedy—"I. don't believe in big government. But I believe in effective governmental action. And I think that's the only way that the United States is going to maintain its freedom. It's the only way we're going to move ahead." shows of this kind in future years. Both men did well, neutral ob- servers'agreed. And while they said nothing they hadn't said ber fore, much of it was new to the television audience. A curious sidelight was that a good-sized dispute arose over whether • Nixon looked v peaked, and if he did, why? There were even-dark rumors of sabotage by make-up. Eating and running: Hard-running candidates are notoriously poor eaters. Sen. Hugh Scott, R Pa., worried about Nixon: "He looks thinner and some fatigue showed. I would advise him to eat a little more .egularly." . Mrs. Kennedy worried about her husband: "Two days in New York he had four hours of sleep each day and two bowls 'of soup." > But at one. meal this week, Kennedy tucked away, in order: A glass of soda, a hot dog, beef tenderloin with mushrooms and onions, wild rice, a salad of lettuce and tomatoes, two glasses of milk and tomato soup with cream. Niece Sole Heir To Nearly Million CINCINNATI (AP)—Mrs. Florence Weil of Indianapolis, a niece was named sole heir of the |972,161 estate of Mrs. Hose Goldberg of Cincinnati, it was disclosed in Probate Court here Saturday. Mrs. Goldberg died Aug. 19. She was the widow of Louis Goldberg, Cincinnati real estate dealer who died in 1943. Harold M. Baron, attorney for Mrs. Goldberg, said the will named Mrs. Eva Jaffe, mother of Mrs. Weil, as executrix of the estate. An inventory filed in Probate Court showed'the estate included $803,791 in stocks, 156,724 in cash, ?16,474 in bonds and >69,523 in savings and loan deposits. September Fees Show Slight Loss Fees collected in the office of County Recorder George Clone during the month of September, reached a new one month high for the year, according to the monthly report issued by the recorder Saturday. The total amount was $1,036.25 despite the fact there were fewer instruments filed than in the previous month. The previous high month was May when $888.35 was collected by the office. The 692 instruments filed during September included 151 deeds, 71 mortgages, five, mechanic's liens, 114 chattel mortgages, 130 releases, six assignments, two articles of incorporation, one plat, 143 marginal releases, and 69 marginal assignments. To most every father a birthday moans the three s's: shorts, shirts and socks. • Three False (alls During September The Logansport fire department .answered 18 alarms during the month of September, according to Fire Chief Eugene (Pete) Schwering. Six of these were to put out fires in buildings and structures; there were five automobile^ fires ;two trash fires; two service calls; and there were three false alarms. Round Up Writers For Subversive Acts PARIS (AP) - French police rounded up additional journalists and university professors Saturday in an apparent new step in the government campaign against persons whq recently signed a manifesto urging Frenchmen to dodge the draft rather than fight in Algeria. Most were released after questioning but five were detained. THE HAPPIEST SAL_E YEAR' amay imrc ! SPECIAL THRU WEB. QNLY S. GOVT INSPECTED, TOP QUALITY The great debates: The first of the Nixon-Kennedy I debates, while not settling any issues, did- make history. It pointed to a growing use of. television Grancktaff Heating TOUR VICTOR DEALER H.aiinf * Air Conditi.nmf 11IS. 4th Ph. 14*3 FLORY'S FAMOUS FRESH CIDER APPIES Jonathan—King David—Grimes Golden Storks Delicious HONEY JASPER FLORY & SON High St.. Road Phone 56438 JERRY'S PIZZERIA 1300 East Broadway Phone 5926 WEEK-END SPECIAL FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY, Sept. 30; Oct. 1, 2 SUBMARINE SANDWICH 35c You'll have fo see- it and eat it to believe it. The Greatest sandwich in town! Spaghetti and Meat Balls Daily . ... . French Fries. All kinds of Sandwiches .. .-Pizza to carry out OPEN Monday 10:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. Tuesday and Wednesday 10:30 a. m, to 1:30 p, m. 4:00 p. m. to 11:00 p.m. Thurs., & Fri. 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., 4 p.m. to 12 p.m. Sat., 4 p. m. to 12 p. m.,— Sunday 3 p. m. to 11 p. m. PHONE 59,26 CARRY OUT SERVICE Fresh Fryer Parts Fryer Breasts & Thlgfcs „ 59c Legs L..49C Wings M 23c GUT UP, SPLIT OR QUARTERED LB. PRICES BELOW GOOD ALL WEEK BONELESS GQOKEB — SAVE l.M OFF REGULAR PR4GE Canned Hams 44 .99 JlUtt's Applesauce 3 GIANT 35-OZ. JARS Green Beans BECKMAN OR CANDY CANE 1-LB. CUT CAN CASE OF 24 2.37 10 Grapes RED TOKAY LB. 10 Chronicle Printing Co. QUALITY <5 NCT F one 4362 HELD OVER! OUR SEPTEMBER FILL PRICES ON COAL & FUEL OIL Will be held over until October 10th ORDER NOW AND SAVE WOLF COAt & SUPPLY 314 Heath Phono 3990 or 2374 ~A»k About Our "Pay-A.-You-Go" Plan dexo FRESH BAKED «, ORANGE JUICE j» $ UCAW PURE VEGETABLE A | •%• Shortening 3 a 59 Apple Pies ft I ORANGE JUICE j» • jh A Libby Beans 4 » 49< Swank ^ 3 - 1 - 00 4 nflUC HA COWMM. M*. GOLDEN CREAM STYLE Libby Corn 4-69^ SPECIAL Bisquick 40-OZ. BOX 39c

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