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rJPAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBIINE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, M»." pubToTry fTo Fire 4 Dockets j* CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla..(AP) •«-The nuclear submarine Patrick Senry.'a hard-luck loser its first -Jrip here, returned Saturday for ;su crucial series of launchings ^hned at making the- Polaris; missile operational within a few jveeks. **"The 380-foot undersea dread- fmught cruised into nearby Port •(Canaveral and began preparations Jor the vital shots. Success will inean that by sometime in J*Io- -vember the* United States will 4iave one of the most powerful and ^nobile war deterrent systems Jever 'devised. •i -The exact number of launching "from the Patrick Henry will de- jend on the degree of success AT -official said "a pair of gox Haunches light off the bat prob ^ably would be sufficient." -~ The Patrick Henry previously arJived here Aug 29 after the firs Solaris submarine, the. George ;3Vashingtoh,; had 'successfully fired rthree .of-four missiles'from 90 'fee -^Beneath the Atlantic! £:- To Eire, Four . !• l"he Nayy was 'talking: h opefully |ften of declaring }he Polaris-sub- -rnaririe" combination combat-ready jnl. October. The- Patrick- Henry ytas .to fire four; missiles','to further prove,the reliability'of.Jhe System, paving the way for the Young Wife Crash Victim 1 ( By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , A young- Seymour wife lolled when a car hurtled-over a creek was. the only Indiana -weekend traffic victim listed by police Saturday. ' Mrs Alice Mae Lee, 17, was thrown out as the auto in which Even Diplomafs Have To Have OK To Get Out Of Cuba HAVANA (AP) - Cuba has informed foreign diplomats they may buy ^airline or other travel tickets- to leave Cuba _only with the 'permission of the Foreign Ministry." Essentially it puts Jor- eign envoys in Cuba under the same restrictions'as Cubans and she was riding skidded on a wet • olher . forejl ,' n - residents L.S 50 curve Saturday, morning T , ,- ..- '-.,.. . about a mile and,a half west-of I. ^ these restrictions, prior Sevmour ." '-. i permission .is required from, .the ^u . ' , • , ; , i- i-i Cuban stabilization fund The car, driven by Jier .husband, SCHEDULED FOR 'HOSPITALITY'—The championship cadet drill team from Purdue university is scheduled to participate in the "Operation Hospitality" parade on Saturday, Oct. 22. Here Maj. Gen. Frederick M. Warren, chief of Army Reserve and ROTC affairs, and Maj. Gen. J. W. Bowen, assistant Chief of Staff for Reserve components, con,=pratulate Cadet Drill Capt. Edwin Towers upon completion of an exhibition drill in the Pentagon courtyard. (US Army Photo) eorge Washington .to go on pa-|ular fashion, rol-with-the first load of 16 nuclear-armed rockets.- Instead, three' of the Patric lenry figures failed in specta The first-Polaris popped out of try and be a'little more .patriotic to Old Glory. _ Hove You Visited Our New GREETING CARD CENTER? CARDS FOR AH OCCASIONS . SEND A HALLMARKCARD . "WheJi you car* enough to send th» v*r Exclusive At TIMBERLAKE'S "Gritting Card Hftod quartan" "Your Private Secretary" Florence Doggy Offset Printing'."--Typing Mimeographing - Photo. Copy 129 Fourth St ; Phone 3381 THE NEW-NEW HOMEOWNERS COVERAGE DWELUNG-CONTENTS- CRIME & LIABILITY PROTECTION in ONE POLICY CREE INSURANCE AGENCY 224 S. Third Str.tr Dial 3758 'INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE : PERFORMANCE Made Zenith Famous QUALITY Makes Zenith Best! HANDCMFTED for Greater Operating Dependability All chassis connections are carefully.' , handwired, hand soldered. 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' ^ ' TODD S "The Store That Service Builf • '/ ' -. - '327 East Market ' • Fhone 3300 the water, but the: failed to ignite and the 28-foot, 14-ton rocket fell back, brushing the" side of. the submerged submarine as it dropped The second ;e fired deep below the waves and flew to the surface, flying crazily for several seconds before plunging back into" the water.^ The next shot, two days later, was a success. Then on Sept. 22— a day_one Navy man .called "a )lack day for'Polaris"—the Pat rick Henry,' with a lot of Navj >rass aboard, went to sea' for what were to be its final-two tes shots. ' • Fell On Submarine The first failed to ignite and ropped back with a thundering rash "on top of the submarine, utting a gash .in the launch tube rea before tumbling unfired to lie bottom of Ihe Atlantic. The atrick Henry surfaced, determined the damage was. not seri- us, submerged again and ;three .ours later unleashed'.. another missile. This time the Polaris ignited, ut lost thrust and feil back.into ic water. It regained thrust, urst wildly to the surface; and is destroyed by the-range safe•y officer. PUBLIC FORUM first stage I II takes ve ry httle energy to salute the flag, and it means so much; to those who are in the parade. By Dean Wmn, Past Commander, V. F W. Post 3^90" and Charlene Davis, Past Pres. V. P W. Ladies Auxiliary. TO ALL PARADE VIEWERS During each parade and for everal days following we really .off our stack. We venture to ay that 99 out of every 100 people long the' parade route, do hot take le time or energy to salute'Old lory, and -about -the same' few other to remove, their.hats when he flag "passes' by. To each and every one who marches in a" parade and carries 'flag this is''.very'disgusting. It makes one feel : like' shouting, Is;-your arm broken?" We would like very much -'-to e in- a;parade..once where the citizens of' this, community:would alute the flag." There are two arades, coming up in the very ear, future, so -please everyone' Parrot Won't Say The Word To End Fight By RONALD THOMSON LONDON (AP)-Polly, the parrot with the broken beak, wasn't talking Saturday despite a threat of legal action Two ladies stood by his ca waiting for just one word—the word that would identify:the, owner of the bird. ..',.. ' If it:says'.. ."Hello,." 1 it instantly will be claimed by Isabella Morrison,' 55: . • If.it says "Momma," it will be taken .Home by Dorothy Pretty, 49. Eight now that broken beak is holding,up pronunciation .of the vital.' word, and all the ladies can do'is wait. ; .The .trouble began when the parrot—Polly, fc: our purposes- flew in the.-window of Room 301 at hotel in'the seaside resort of Whitley Bay. : Mrs. Morrison ar-. rived' at the hotel soon afterward and claimed the bird. "That's my Mac," she said. So she look the parrot to her iome in the shipbuilding center of South: Shields. Before long Mrs..Pretty "showed up, took one look at the bird and said: "This is my Jezebel." A heated argument broke, out. Then came the threat df. legal action. "My lawyer has written to Mrs. Morrison ordering, her to feturn he parrot within three, day's," said Mrs. Pretty I "lintend to take the whole business to court unless get Jezebel back." Polly stayed silent during the exchange. Neighbors wondered what would happen if-the bird resumed his conversational wa>s by saying "Hello Momma." Chesterton After College VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP) -The town of Chesterton made a determined pitch Saturday to become the new home of Taylor'Univer- sity. The Westchester Chamber of Commerce' said the community will offer $3 million in campus construction, if the Grant'County institution will move to'Chester- tin Taylor officials have Announced they will leave Upland, after a $750,000 fire-destroyed the school administration building Jan. M. Chesterton officials say their town will be in the middle of an economic boom area, triggered by Harry, 20, flew across a creek 20 feet wide and crashed into, the opposite bank Lee was injured; as were two other passengers from Seymour—Elva. Louise Staley, 18, and Oral Marion - Staley, 17. : Not included in the traffic' count was the death of James Brurier, 31, Rt 2, Bloomington. ; Bruner died Friday.in ; Bartholl- mew County -Hospital in Columbus of a brain injury-suffered .Oct. 1. He. was hurt when, he fell from: a truck while helping, friends-move furniture near./Harrision take.' The accident occurred on private,-property, so it will not .be listed as a traffic death.. " construction of the proposed Lake' deaths. TOUGHEN CODE BONN.(AP)-The WestGerman government-plans new. legislation providing possibly long. : -prison terms and revocation-'of-'driving licenses, to toughten -the -traffic code and help end rising highway- Michigan port at Burns Ditch. University authorities were quoted as saying "they have-received 19, site offers for the school — with Chesterton, Fort Wayne and Wabash high on the list. Granditaff Heating YOUR VICTOR DEALER ir Conditi For Rent Furnished apartment, living room, bedroom, kitchen, bath, nicely decorated, heat and "water furnished. Close-in, Broadway. . Phone 3915 - 2670. Read the-Want Ads! Cuban stabilization fund before airline offices', or t-avel agencies will be permitted. to sell tickets. Foreign Ministry approval. :of 'diplomatic 'travel requests is expected to be practically automatic. ' ... However Latin Americ"! .and other .diplomats have expressed surprise, that persons of diplo- matic/'Slatus.. are not specifically excluded from regulations aimed at curtailing the travel of Cubans abroad. : •',,. •• . 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