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South Bend Shriners Hud Tank In Parade The Mod elJ Club Had A Good Representation Estimate 10,000 Saw Frolic Parade A crowd estimated at almos: 10,000 packed downtown streets Saturday afternoon for the annual Logansport Shrine Frolic parade ' Logansport Shrine club officials Saturday night sjid: this Frolic • was one of the most successful in .its 31-year history. A gobd at- 'teridance was reported for the -evening vaudeville performance in '.Berry Bowl. Actually the big event got under way Friday evening • as Shriner: from all over Indiana began arriving in the city. The fun-loving. Shriners , toured the downtown district shooting off their miniature cannon before calling it an evening. Saturday's parade highlighted .the event and brought 'favorable comment from all who ' watched. Outstanding features of the parade included the horse patrols from the Murat Temple.at Indianapolis and the Mizpah Temple at Fort Wayne. Twelve Shrine *clubs also participated in; the parade, along with the LHS band and-the Galveston high school band. The Walton American Legion also displayed its fire truck. A'nother highlight of the gala parade was the appearance»of the "Miss Bunker Hill" queen candidates for Operation Hospitality. Some 300 Nobles took an active part in the parade, but in all, abdtit 2,000 Shriners were on Logansport for the event. . A fish fry was served following the parade for all Nobles' at a tent ;erected behind the club on High street. . Last year's program was dampened somewhat when the parade was cancelled because .of rain. This was the first time in the history - of; the event that' rain had interferred.' . \ But this -.year the rain 'stayed away and spectators began lining up along the parade route a half hour before the procession, was scheduled-to begin. " . • # EthoReturnina; ToBe Visible In The Early Hours WASHINGTON (AP) - Indiana citizens may see the .Echo'I satellite-eight times in the early morning,.next, week. ,. • The National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced these viewing times: . Sunday—5:54 a.m. low south. Monday—5:29 a.m. low south. Tuesday—5:03 a.m. low south. Wednesday — 4:37 a.m. low south. . . , ' Thursday—4:11 a.m. low south' and 6:23 a.m. high south. Friday—5:58 a.m. high south. • Saturday—5:32 a.m. .high south. The huge balloon will be moving northeast"on"e'achi pass. : WEATHER Northern Indiana: Considerable cloudiness Sunday morning . with chance of a little rain especially east portion.xPartial clearing Sunday afternoon and night. Fair and warmer Monday. High mostly in the 60s. Low Sunday night 48-56. Central and Southern Indiana: Sunday: cloudy with rain -ending southeast -in morning." Slightly warmer west, High -in 'the upper 60s. Sunday night and Monday becoming partly cloudy with little temperature change. Low Sunday night in the upper 40s centraland the upper 50s south! Northern Illinois—Partly cloudy Sunday, becoming fair Sunday night and .Monday. .Warmer 'extreme northwest Sunday and over entire area Monday. High Sunday 68-76.. Low Sunday night in the 50s. Lower'Michigan: Sunday, fair in the north with, considerable cloudiness in the south and chance of some brief periods of/light ain extreme southeast. Partly cloudy Sunday night and E little warmer in the west. High' fi4-70. Northern Ohio:: Sunday cloudy with a few scattered'showers. High 65-70. ' Kentucky:: Mostly cloudy and mild -Sunday with occasional rain eastern portion and s:c a 11 e r e d showers, or thundershowers western portion.'Little change in temperature. Partly cloudy; and continued c 1 o u d y with occasional showers eastern, portion Sunday night. High 70-76 north, upper ;70s south. ..LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Scores Of Major Football Games W.Ccr. 12, N. Dame 7 Minn.7,N'westernQ GaJeth6,LSU2 Wash,29,Stafford 10 Wis.24, Purdue 13 Michigan31 f Me6 Syra.l5,H.Cross6 Cfcmso/»2J, Va.7 Ore. St. 20, Indiana 6 Texas 24, Okla. 0 Penn. St. 27, Ar my 16 Kansas 28, La, St. 14 lQwa27,Mich,St.l5 Fay/or 28,41*. 14 Piff J7,Afiami6 Wash, St. 21, Co/. 21 OhioSt.34,lllnois7 Afavy26,SAIU7 Mo. 34, Air Forte 8 Neb. 17,*an.St. THE SUNDAY i tnmc LOGANSPORT PRESS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS tOGANSPORT, INDIANA, SUNPAY, OCTOgER » 1»60., ALl PHONES «141 PRICE TIN CENTS YANKS AGAIN, 10 TO 0! Red China Rejected Once Mo re UNITED .NATIONS, N.Y. (AP)—For the 10th straight year,; but by the closest margin yet, the TJ.N. General Assembly voted Saturday to bypass the issue of Ked China's claim to mem- b,ership. Only 56 per cent of the members supported the U.S. demand that the issue be shelved. Th : s compared with 85 per cent at the peak of support for the U.S. position in 1952. The progressive decline in the U.S. margin raised a serious question of how long American officials could fend off membership of a Peiping regime ruling 650 million Chinese. Saturday's vote was.42-34 to.up : lotd th^ assembly's Steering Committee,-which .had voted.to shelve he issue for .the duration of this session: "here were " 22 absten.- ibns.c '.'One . member- nation,' Jfte ~ --•--'•' .(Leopoldvilie)'" : : is. • ^^"~~~' f - Tense Atmosphere The" vote had been /tensely awaited as a-new barometer of he relative strength, of the Soviet and-Western blocs. Attention was •iveted on the newly independent African states, just admitted to he United Nations. Most of them—there are 16 new African members at this session- clung to independent positions and abstained from voting. Ghana and luinea, as usual, supported the •oviet proposal. And the newest member, Nigeria, voted in favor of Red China. In 1959, when there were 82 members in the assembly, the fote was 44 to bypass, 29 against ind abstentions. This year, with 22 abstentions, t was .evident the result could lave been a Communist victory f some of these had decided to ote for Red China. 3 Yanks Sent Back After Austria Landing VIENNA, Austria (AP)—Three J.S. soldiers were held several lours by Austrian officials Saturday after their Army.helicopter anded in neutral Austria. The .Foreign Ministry protested o the U. S. Embassy over the 'iolation. The men were returned o West Germany. An Austrian spokesman said the lelicopter'landed near the custom .tation of Schoenbichl about 650 eet inside Austria. He quoted the Americans as saying .they had :tarted from Bad Tdelz in West Jetmany arid had landed in Aus- ria by mistake, assuming they were .still in West Germany^ Campaign Talk Is Garbage-Khrushchev GLEN. COVE, N.Y: (AP)-So- riet" Premier Khrushchev Satiir- lay night held forth the prospect if a summit meeting with the next American- president. despite preconditions already, set during the current campaign by both presi- lential aspirants.^ Khrushchev likened the cam- iaign speeches by both Vice Pres- dent Richaru M. Nixon and Sen. ohn F. Kennedy to mere words o be tossed into* a garbage pail ince the election is-over. Khrushchev May Jake floor Again UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. .(AP) —The U.N. General Assembly will ear ; Monday a two-hour policy peech by-Guinea's President Se- otf Tpufe : and possibly, another peech by Soviet Premier Khrush- -3 INDEX Today's Pharos-Tribune and Press contains 24 pages and magazine section. Statistics and biography of five Bunker Hill base Hospitality queen candidates on page 19. Others .next. Sunday. Ann Landers, page 16. Bridge Column, page 9. Building page, 11. Classified pages, 22. 23. Com'cs, pages 20, 21N Crosswords, pages 2, 19. Editorial page, 4. Golden Years, page 5. Happy Times, page 16. Picture page, 13. Sports, pages 6, 7. Society, pages 14, 15. Teen Corner, page 2. This Changing World, 8. TV and Radio, 17, 18. Young Folks page, 10. logan Native Dies In Wreck Mrs. Edna Boy's Hurtt, 62, . a native of .Loganspbrt, was killed early Saturday in an auto crash near..Pitts.burghys. Fa.-... Her .busbandi^i'o^r^ .son of the {ate;Dj;. .^^rt^lHurt^iLogansRort dentist, was --critically injured: The body' was 'taken' tq Wilkic funeral home in Beaver, Pa., where final rites are pending. ; Mrs. Hurtt; who lived in'Indus- try, .Pa., a "suburb-of Pittsburgh, left Logansport about 30 years ago. ; • . Survivors include two sons, Robert, New ^Wilmington,. Pa.; William, Beaver, Pa.; a daughter, Christine, at home; three cousins, Russell Leffert, 517 Helm st; George Leffert, 718 Van Buren st; and Miss Marie Leffert, Peru. Dr. Robert Hurtt is a Logansport high school .graduate and during his senior year was back- guard for the LHS basketball team. Marshal Didn't Move To Answer This Call Marshal Malcolm Taylor of Galveston didn't have far to go on a call he got last night. In fact, he never moved. • With a car radio, he is in touch with Logansport police and calls for him to his home are relayed to the police for radio transmission to Taylor. ^The call: Someone may be trying 'to break into the Sinclair gas station. Receiving the call, Taylor replied: ''It must be me. I'm parked there now." Music Boosters Get $710 From Tag Sale A total of ?710.68 was donated Saturday during "Tag Day", sponsored by the Logansport Music Boosters. Mrs. R. J. Palmer, Boosters treasurer, said awards will be given to the ten top salesmen. Saturday's total was about $7 higher than last year's. The money is used to finance 'projects of the LHS music department. Christen Immense New U.S. Carrier NEW YORK (AP) - The Navy Saturday christened the new 60,000 - ton carrier Constellation. Navy . Secretary William B. Franke said it "is urgently needed" to maintain the striking edge of the fleet. Mrs. Christian A. Herter, wife of the secretai-y of state, formally conferred on the huge-missile-defended flattop the name of ' a famous ship of the earliest"American Navy. • . . BEN-GURION 74 JERUSALEM, Israel Sector (AP)—Prime Minister David Ben- Gurion spent his- 74th birthday Saturday at a secret holiday re- irwit . By JACK HAND. Associated Press Sports Writer Jet Home Thursday By JOHN SCALI NEW YORK (AP)-Soviet Premier Khrushchev will leave for home by jet plane next Thursday night, ending an unprecedented 25-day visit to the United States. Khrushchev's aides formally notified the U.S. State Department Saturday night of the departure date— aBout the same time the Soviet leader was telling newsmen at Glen Covd, N.Y., that he hadn't made up his mind yet, but might leave next week. Top State Department officials disclosed, however, that Khrush; chev finally advised them he will leave Thursday by Soviet jet airliner about 11:30 p.m. from Idlewild Airport. Khrushchev reported at his Glen Cove weekend retreat that he would fly to Moscow. But. State Department officials said if he docs he wi!l sta - v in Moscow only briefly because he plans to §° on to Communist North Korea for a long-scheduled goodwill visit. Khrushchev is expected to depart with a farewell blast at the United States and the United Nations for allegedly obstructing So- v ' et drive: toward international NEW YPRK (AP)— The slugging New York Yan- ! P eace - kees humiliated the Pittsburgh Pirates Saturday 10-0 Slnce arriving Sept. 19 aboard with a 16-hit barrage that included a grand slam homer the Soviet liner Baltika, Khrush- by little Bobby Richardson and M : ckey Mantle's 14th chev has >' et to cllalk U P one ma " ' World Series home run. While Yankee bats boosted the Yankees into a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series, chunky Whitey Ford baffled the Pirates with a four-hit shutout, his first in 13 Series' starts. . Records fell all over spacious Yankee Stadium jammed with 70, 001 fans as the stunned Piracies watched the Yanks knock out .Vinegar Bend Mizell in the six-run first inning and then roll it up with four more in the fotlrth. His Second Of The Year Richardson, a .252 hitter who had only one homer all season, slammed a 3-2 pitch from reliever Clem Labine into the lower left field seats with the bases full in the first. In the fourth, Richardson set a series single game runs batted in. record of six. by .knocking' in two' more with "a single, .aJsp-with, the^baies loaded;,;;, _ . -The Yanks,' who, clobbered the Pirates 16-3 in Pittsburgh Thursday after losing the opener 6^4, boosted their hit total for three games to 48. For the second straight game, Pirate Manager Danny Murtaugh had to use six pitchers, starting with loser Mizell and running through Labine, Fred Green, George Witt, Tom Cheney and Joe Gibbon. The same five relief men were slugged Thursday. The Yankees in three games are hitting .397 as a team. Ford retired the first nine men he faced until Bill Virdon led off the fourth with a double off the auxiliary score board in right center. Virdon died on second base. Got To Third Bill Mazeroski led off the sixth with a single to left center and advanced as far as third on two infield outs before Ford retired the side. In the seventh 'Dick Stuart singled to center with one out and Gino Cimoli walked. A fast dou- bleplay ended that faint threat. Roberto Clemente singled with two gone in the ninth^and Stuart had a life when Tony Kubek fumbled his grounder but Ford struck out Cimoli to end the game. Whitey, winning his sixth Series game, walked only one and struck out three. , Mantle moved within' one homer of Babe Ruth's all-time Series record of 15 when he sent a pitch by Green into the Pirate bullpen in left, about 430 m feet from the plate, in the fourth. He also hit one off Green in Pittsburgh Thursday. put him in exclusive company. Only six other men ever did the trick in a series, five of them Yankees. His only homer in regular season play came off Arnold Portocarrero in Baltimore, April 30. He had hit only three in his entire major league career. Shortly after Ted Williams, the retired Boston slugger, threw out the first ball, the Yanks threw out the first Pirate pitcher. Bob Cerv opened the attack on' 17 years old: 5 feet. 6 inches tall: the left-handed Mizell. After Rog- ' ! jor diplomatic victory in his one- man anti-Western propaganda offensive. Seek Identity OtCrashVktim WINAMAC — State Police are sfill attempting to learn the identity of a teen-age boy killed last Sunday in a traffic accident near Medaryville. Posthumous photographs have been circulated in an attempt to learn who he is. The boy was described as 14 to er Maris filed out, Mantle singled past Mizell and Bill Skowron drove in Cerv with another single through the box into center. When Mizell walked .Gil McDou- weighing 130 to 140 pounds and having brown eyes, medium to dark complexion and good teeth. State Police said he may be of Mexican. Puerto Rican, Cuban, Italian of French-Canadian lin- jeage.. \ -He 'was wearing" white shorts (••with the name "C. Godih" in- I scribed on the band in ink; and a Elston Howards slow.roller to-; brown leather belt with a bi" ward third for a single scored brass buckle on which the name placed him with Labine. Mantle. Then came Richardson, who fouled off a 3-2 pitch and then hit the ball into the seats. Green Comes In "E. Godin" was printed or scratched. At the time of the accident a state police car driven by Cpi. Green replaced .Labine after EtJwin Moody was in pursuit of singles by.Tony Kubek and Cerv, and the relief man got out of it without any more scoring. In the fourth the Yanks hopped on Green. Ford opened with a sin- the car driven by the youth. The car had been stolen. Moody had been trying to catch up with the car for several miles and had fired at it during the chase. The boy died soon after he had been gle to short center. Cerv and Mar- ""•> u '~ TT d "". "= " da >KK> \ is rounded out butMantle drv ! - r ? celv ? 1 at lhe ^ ile Com P an y of The Mick, home run champ of the American League with 40, singled on his first-.two trips before hitting the homer. He followed with a ground rule double into the right field seats, while batting left-han.dcJ. His four hits tied a Series record for a single game, held by many, but he was called out on strikes in the seventh. In Exclusive Company Richardson's grand slammer is grounded out but : Mantle drove his long homer into the bullpen; his third of 'the' Series. Successive singles by Skowron and McDougald convinced Mur- 1 laugh he had seen enough of j £ ffCOUflf W S D6Cf Mary hospital at San Pierre. The stolen car was wrecked when it hit a truck. Green. In came Witt who gave up a single to Howard that filled the bases and a two-run single by Richardson into left field. Richardson's total of 6 RBI broke the old mark of five. fowler Factory JakenBvfire .FOWLER, Ind. (AP)—Fire of unknown origin destroyed the General Transformer Co. factory at the west edge of Fowler Saturday. Firemen from four towns fought the flames for more than three hours, but they were unable to save the concrete block and steel In WashingtonTp. Burton Mermen of Washington township reported Saturday morning that he encountered a three- point deer on the Art Leffert farm, also in Washington township. Mr. Mennen said the animal disappeared in the woods after he had approached within 15 feet of it. It develops that at the Robert Kiesling farm, also in Washington township, a deer— probably the same one— was seen at 6:45 a.m. Doris Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kiesling, first saw it as she \v:i? feeding her calves. She ran i the house and family watched others of the it through structure. window as it browsed along and finally crossed the road. It wasn't lover a hundred feet from th? Answering the call were local!house and part of the time war; firemen and others from Good- reached through the fence to eat land, Earl Park and Oxford. ~' The plant produced television and ; radio transformers in addition to other electronic equipment, and it employed about 150 workers. No damage estimate was available immediately. Local citizens formed a group in 1958 to attract the General factory, here from Homewood, 111. They put up $30,500 toward the 5115,000 cost of the building. flowers. Des Moines Paper Backs Nixon, Lodge DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—The Des Moines Register Saturday night editorially endorsed the candidacy of Republican Vice President Richard M. Nixon for president. Cuban Buzzes U S Sub HAVANA (AP) - Cuba's tiny air force has suddenly turned aggressive in guarding its coasts and surveying naval activities in international waters, after months of inactivity. The change comes at a time when the Soviet Union, has renewed promises of mDitary assistance to Prime Minister" Fidel Castro's Cuban regime. It raises speculations in Havana oh wh'o is actually flying the British-built Seafurys which have figured in incidents with U.S. Naval planes and submarines. The buzzing by a Cuban plane of an American submarine took place Friday only 28 miles from the important Key West Naval Base. -U. S. officials in Havana took a grave view of the incident. In late September U. S. Navy- sources said Cuban fighters had repeatedly shadowed air-sea training operations in international waters off the eastern tip of Cuba, involving ships and planes' from the U. S. base at Guantanamo. A week ago Cuban fighter planes.forced down a Nicaraguan cargo plane at a still undisclosed air force base. The plane, en route from Miami, Fla., to'Ma- nagua, . was released after two days of inspection of its cargo and documents. It is presumed here the Cuban planes are flown by Cuban pilots, although most of the Cuban fighter pilots were expelled from the air force, a few weeks ago. The action followed mass arrests of suspected anti-Castro conspirators in the -Air Force. Some planes are flown by Chilean instructors under contract to Cuba. The.-e are also unconfirmed reports that East, European technicians have arrived to help tr«in Castro forces. ' I

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