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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 16, 1960
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Hospitality th Vesp LOGANSPORt PUBLIC LJBRAtt THE SUNDAY LOGANSPORT PRESS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, SUNDAY, OCTOBIR 1«, '»«>• All PHONES 1t41 PRICE TEN CENTS In Today's/ssue... . OPERATION HOSPITALITY-A salute to the Bunker Hill Air Base, is featured at various places in today's issue of the Pharos-Tribune and Press. The four-day program "is scheduled here next weekend. Biographical sketches of the candidates for, "Miss Bunker Hill" appear on page 7. Today's picture page is also devoted to the air base. Elsewhere on this page is a story containing a general outline of the program's activities. Other stories appear throughout this issue. KNOW YOUR CANDIDATES—Sketches of candidates for the top three posts in the state election are on page 13 of today's issue These sketches are designed to keep you up to date on some of the people who will be our leaders for the next four years. Order Execution Of 2 More Yanks HAVANA (AP) - A -.military tribunal -Saturday -night sentenced two Americans to die atSantiago, a superior tribunal rejected their appeals 1 for clemency, and 1 they were ordered, to be shot early Sunday. The two are Robert 0. Fuller of Miami, Fla., and Allan Thomp-' son of Queen 'City, Tex., members of a 27-man expedition from Miami. Fla;, that landed last week on -the northeast coast of Cuba. Thus* Prime Minister Fidel .Castro's military courts handed out the -same swift sentences they meted out last week to .-a third "JapsMarch In Protest ' At Murder TOKYO (AP) '—Demonstrators numbering 150.000 marched behind portraits of Inejiro Asanuma. draped in black, in Japanese cities Saturday. The mourners' sought votes through /sympathy for the Socialist .party's '; assassinated leader in coming elections. Three parades of unionists, Communists, Socialists and -students moved during the day through downtown Tokyo alone. Their number was estimated at 1,000 by police, who turned out 6,000 men to watch for trouble. It was the fourth straight day of .demonstrations since Asanuma was stabbed to death on the stage of a public hall Wednesday, by a fanatical right-wing student. With their eyes on the general elections .next month, the parade sponsors played on the theme that the government of Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda, from ultranational- ist groups support, was responsi ble for Asanuma's murder. The sponsors also insisted that their marchers be peaceful an their marchers be peaceful and orderly, lest Socialist chances at the polls Nov. 20 be impaired, There were a few scuffles between police and 500 leftist Zengakuren students, but police in helmets quickly pushed the radicals aside Some students were bruised and four arrested. Wreck East Of Rochester .-- ROCHESTER — A Ft. Wayne man was injured badly Saturday when, he was thrown out of his car as it zig-zagged out of contiol ' on State Road 14 east of Athens Kenneth Beaman, 38, of 1305 ' Taylor street, Ft. Wayne, suffered a fractured left hip, bruised left snoulder and head lacerations. ;.' First treated at Woodlawn hospital where he was taken in the •Sheetz ambulance, he was later removed to a Ft. Wayne hospital. Sheriff Willard Clark said that Beamah was one and one-half American member of the expedition,: Anthony -Zarba- of Somerville, Mass. Thompson -who -also gave : a Mooringsport, La., address,' and Fuller were picked .up.'only .Friday in the hills of eastern Cuba, birthplace of Castro's own revolution, army soufces^reported. The court found •'them guilty of armed revolt against the state. Seven Shot 'Thursday Seven Cubarc'members of the band were shot .Thursday with Zarba. Two Cuban members of the expedition captured with Fuller and Thompson were given- 30-year terms; .They are Juan^Gonzalez and Angel Rivero Sanchez. L During the trial Fuller admitted having come-with the expedition, asserting that land .his-father had acquired and'owned "honorably" in eastern Cuba had been, taken from him. His father, William 0. Fuller, now lives in Miami. He formerly -operated a.large farm Two From Cass Die In Wreck Two former Adams 'township (Twelve Mile) residents 'were killed in an automobile collision on SR 15, 4^ miles north of Mar- last evening. They were , Cody \Vinegardner, near San German in eastern Ori ente-Province. Thompson refused to testify. Harvey Summ, U.S. consul Santiago attended'the trial. Meanwhile, • another, military tri- junal at Havana's La Cabana military"fortress completed hear- ngs in a case involving another American, Leslie Bradley of Minneapolis. Bradley and 12 others are accused of collaborating in' a fake >lot to invade Nicaragua from 3iiba with official sanction of the United'States in order to embarrass-the Cuban regime. . The prosecution in the closing argument reiterated a demand for 16-year terms for Bradley and Nicaraguan exile Chester Lacayo The Havana military tribunal said the sentences would be announced, at 6 p.m. Monday. Seven Tie Up Attendant, Escape Cliff BULLETIN All seven patients were apprehended shortly after midnight in Carroll county and were returned here. Seven patients at the Logans- 53,, and his wife, Josephine, 45, according to news dispatches. He is the son of Mr.. and Mrs. Lon Winegardner, living two-miles north and a half-mile east of Twelve Mile. His wife is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Hopkins,- living three-fourths of a mile north of Twelve Mile. Winegardner was 'assistant manager of the ' Logansport A. & P store before being. transferred to Wabash as store manager 12 or 15 years ago. Later, he quit the A & P and ran a Wabash restaurant. ' '' Four were killeiin the collision, which involved three vehicles. Other dead were Billy-, Ray Rucker, 26, of Marion and Thomas A. Price, 41, who was riding with the Winegardriers. State police said Rucker's car struck the left rear of a car in front driven 'by 'Mrs. Phillip Brown, 45, Marion, -then careened across the highway and collided headon with -Winegardner's auto. 'Mrs. '-Brown 'stiff ered£a'.cut"-'lip;. Her 11-year-old "daughter 'was not hurt. Price was a passenger" in Ruckerls auto. . - _Bodies of jhe Cass county, ( peq- ple were taken to the. Diggs mortuary in Marion. First reports ' from the Associated. Press said the- woman .in the car .was .unidentified "but 1 a phone call to .Marion newspaper at 11 p.m. brought 'the information that she had -,beeri identified - as consul in i Mrs. Winegardner. - • ' TwolnHospifol miles going east of, Athens loo fast in "his and was 1951 car when he failed -to make a curve The car skidded 249 feet before it left the road, went 'across to the opposite side and then back to the other side, turning over 'twice. -.-' "Authorities were called by Mrs Steve Hartzler, Akron, who was driving by the. scene. Trooper' John Hatch and Town Marshal -Ed Hauser of Akron aided in the investigation. The car was * total loss. port state hospital overpowered an attendant Saturday night and escaped from the grounds m^ stolen car. The break occurred shortly before 11 pm Two of the escapees are Logansport residents. All seven were described as dangerous, police said. They stole a 1954 tudor green Chevrolet after Wreck Saturday DELPHI—Two men were in-, jured in a one-car acddent at 8:40 p.m. (CST)' Saturday about two miles east of Delphi on SR Injured'and l taken to Memorial .hospital in Logansport were Roy Hurley, 35, of New Burluigton, Ohio and Larry Pummell, 26, .of Harveysburg, Ohio According to State Trooper Dale Douglass, the driver of the car failed to negotiate a turn at a section of the highway under construction. The -vehicle left the road, rolled/ over J and struck a telephone pole The impact of the crash broke off the pole Hurley suffered scalp lacera tions and abrasions to his let shoulder and Pummell suffered scalp lacerations and a possibl back injury j-. Both were fasted in ,fair condition Saturday^ night. " Douglass listed the-1959 model station wagon as a total loss. GirlStightlyHurt. /nCoWsionCfCars On US 35 Saturday , A 12-year-old girl suffered Major College football Scores Purdue 24, Ohio St. 21 Minnesota 21, Illinois 10 Missouri.45, Kansas St. 0 -Iowa 28, Wisconsin 21 -Syracuse 21, Penrt St. 15 Navy 35, Air Force 3 Maryland 19, Clemson 17 Mich. St. 21, Notre Dame 0 Oklahoma 13, .Kansas 13, tie Indiana 34, Marquette 8 Nebraska 14, Army 9 Mich. 14, N,'western 7 Pittsburgh 42, W. Va. 0 Duke-17, No-. Carolina St. 13 Auburn 9. Georgia Tech 7 Arkansas 24, Texas 23 Texas A&M 14, TCU 14, tie Missouri'45, Karis. St. 0 Washington 10, UCLA 8 So. Calif. 27, Calif. 10 Ike Backing Nixon Stand WASHINGTON (AP)—The Eisenhower administration reasserted Saturday its determination to defend the 'Chinese .islands'of Quemoy and Matsu against an> Chinese Communist attack' directed beyond them at Formosa. In speaking out through the presidential presses e cr e t,a r.y, Jinies" P7C. ."Hsgeity, .J the '."White House-thuj^appareDily^sought- to give .a domestic political boost to Vice' President'Richard M.- .Nixon in his-campaign dispute with Sen 'ohn F. Kennedy. At the same time, the action ;erved as a reminder to Red Chi la that despite the argument be ween-,the. Republican and Democratic presidential nominees, bas- c'U:S; policy'on' Quemoy and Matsu'stands. • The 'policy', affirmation is --good' until the Eisenhower, administra- leaves office 'next January. Leaf Pickup Days T/usVYeefcSefl/p The schedule for picking up eaves' this week was announced iaturday by"city utilities superintendent Robert Price. .City crews, using-a vacuum ma- chine7"will work on the East'end Monday,' Tuesday, and Wednesday, when they hope to cover all of the areas east of Sixth street Between the rivers On Thursday and Friday, Eel River avenue and-the west side will be covered. Further schedules will be announced later. Residents are requested to pile Week's Schedule For Operation Hospitality , SUNDAY, OCT. 16 Various times—Airmen and familes guests of Logansport ' families. 4-p.m.—Joint vesper service in Calvary-Presbyterian church. MONDAY, OCT. 17 , "6:30 p.m.—Cass Christian Layme'n dinner at Ninth Street Christian church. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19 ; 4:30 p.m.—Selection of Miss Bunker Hill 'and two . runners-up. THURSDAY, OCT. 20 _ 11:30 a.m.—Arrival «f 'Morgan Doughton, national Jaycee president. 12 noon—Luncheon for Jaycee president in Capt. Logan hotel. 7:30 p.m.—Installation of Bunker Hill Air Base Jaycees, at Officers' club. ' . i, . . Afternoon—Dykem'an Ladies Golf Club hosts to Air Base Lady Golfers. - - . ' , FRIDAY, OCT. 21 ,7 a.m.—Breakfast for Doughton at Capt. Logan hotel. 2 to 4 p.m.—Ladies tea for military" wives without children at YWCA. 5:15 to 7:15 p.m.—Sub-Teen-Age party for base children at YWCA Annex, 5:15-to 7:15 p.m.—Teen-Age dance for base children at K. of C. hall. ' • , - ' • 8 p.m.—Logansport-Kokomo. football game at local stadium. ... 'SATURDAY, OCT. 22. ' 9 a.m.—VIP-Breakfast in: honor of Air Force Secretary at Capt. Logan hotel. ' 10 a.m.—Bluejacket-choir arrives. 11 ^.m,—Address By Air Force Secretary from Little White House. 11:15 a.m.—Fly-Over-by,> Air Force .-And-Air--National Guard planes. ' 11:30 a.m.—Mammoth parade gets underway. .9 p.m.—Formal military ball at Elks (Invitation only). . 9' p.m.—Military ball. at Eagles (Public invited). 9 p.m.—Military ;ball at Knights>:of Coumbus (Pubic invited). SUNDAY, OCT. 23 9.'a.m.—Special services for airmen and families with Bluejacket choir ...at Calvary Presbyterian .church; . 11 ---a.m.—Special services at Calvary. : -Presbyterian .church with Bluejacket choir. 2. p.m.—Second Air Force basketball::champions vs. Harlem Globe Trotters in Berry Bowl. 8:15 p.m.—"Hospitality Musical"'in'Berry Bowl-with Forrest Tucker as MC. INDEX Today's Pharos-Tribune and Press contains 28 pages, a magazine section and featuring news, pictures and features about Bunker'Hill Aic'-EorceJBase..,. ^ ,,„ , 'Ann'Landers, page 17.' —Bridge-Column, page'27. Building Page, 10. , • -"Child's Prayer^ page.6. '• .-Classified, pages 26 ? 27. ~ ' page's 2"! 25. Four Days Of Events Start Next Thursday - The week of "Operation -Hospitality" • officially opens today as-families in-Logansport welcome military men and. their families into their homes' for dinner, church, recreation, and casual_yisiting. , -, A comrminity vesper service will be-held at 4-p.m. today at Calvary Presbyterian church.'under the sponsorship of the Cass County Ministerial, association Service families are invited to-attend the service-.and a • nursery will be provided ior children. The speaker .will be Chaplain Stuart Langel from the Bunker HilT'base, and several local ministers will participate in the service. The Bunker Hill choir will sing. ' • ' "Operation Hospitality" proper •will begin Thursday, when Morgan. 'Doughlon, national JayCee president will arrive here. After a'Uincheon in Logansport, Doughton .will £o to" the 'Bunker Hill base,'Where the Logansport Jay- Gees will install the* first JayCee chapter'on any military reserva- 'tibn. Doughton will'"present the charter to -the new Ja'yCees. Host to Golfers * Thursday afternoon members of the Dykeman Ladies Golf club will. serve as golfers from base. Local women's, sponsor parties, hosts'-'.' to the Bunker Hill groups will for military noon and evening. A special invitation is extended to service personnel to attend the Logansport-Kokomo Jootball game at the LHS stadium "Friday night. Harlem , Globe ; Trotters travel team' will face the The Great Lakes Navy Bluejacket choir, will sing 'at 'both the 9:30 and 11 a.m. services at Calvary Presbyterian church. The choir will'also.sing during the program on Saturday. The world Bunker -Hill Skyhawks, the Sec- onl -Air Force champions, and the Hawaiian 50 Staters in a basketball tilt-at Berry, Bowl at 2 pjn. next Sunday. .The . program will also feature the judo team from the'base and-etnertainment acts from the Ed Sullivan show.. Forrest Tucker, star of the Music Man who will 'act, as official host for "Operation Hospitality," will-be the master of ceremonies for the "Hospitality Musical" at 8:15 p.m. t next Sunday. The presentation will be held in wives, seventh and eighth gra^ Berry Bowl, where a free section ers, and teenagers Friday after- '" ' J '— - :i:i — will be reserved for military , personnel. The downtown streets and store fronts will remain' decorated all this week, which, has. been pro- " claimed "Hospitality Week" by : Secretary of the Air Force Mayor Otto Neumann and Gov. On October 28 The annual UMCEF'drive,-spon- sored by the Council of- United Church Women, will<be conducted by 'children and young people of all churches in the city and surrounding communities'-•from-four until eight o'clock on Friday,- Oct:" Dudley C. Sharp will arrive at the Buuker Hill -base at 8:15 a.m. Saturday and- will travel'to 'Lo- gahsport, where after attending a breakfast for distinguished guests he- will deliver an address at 11 [a.m. from the Little White House reviewing stand. Jet aircraft from the National Guard and Air Force .will- fly•- over" trie city at landley. 28.. The annual "trick and treat" their leaves in the gutter. Purpose of collecting the leaves is to keep them out of the sewers. Crosswords, p'ages 13, 19. Editorial page, 4. J Golden" Years, page V. Happy Times, ,page 27. ,-,P,icture page, 11. Sports, pages 8, 9. "> -Society, 15., 16, 17, 18. Teen Corner, page 12. This Changing World, 19. TV and Radio, 21, 22. Young Folks, page 20. Invite Readers Jo Movie October 28 The final celebration for the Summer Reading Club of the Lo gansport-Cass County Library will be held on Friday October 2$, at the Logan theater. Diploma winners will be awarded tickets at the schools About 2,975 are eligi ble to attend. They will be the guests of the Logan theater and the public library to see the movie, "The method 1 is the way tfie children part in the United National -Parade 1 at 11:30 The- giant' "Operation Hospitality parade-;wilL begin, at .11:50 a.m. The -parade whicl^-will pro- cede west on Broadway will Jn; elude distinguished .guests; - Miss Indiana: military, units- -from the Children's' Fund. Projects financed j Army. Navy, -Air Torce, Marine by proceeds from drives in thej Corps, National Guard, and Repast ten years have been supply-1 serves; floats, bands, drum and ing milk to school ' children. in j bugle corps, and other units. A Africa,* Asia,'and South America, j special section of the parade, aiding" leprosy colonies and es-lthe "Dignified D.emonstration for tablishing 11" TB experimental Democracy", will feature- entries treatment centers in Thailand. Only two Communist controlled countries,'Poland and Yugoslavia, have been given aid, according to officials of tfie fund. The children will carry milk cartons and-may wear costumes. They also will be wearing arm bands which tell about the drive. Chases Man She Caught At Burglary A search was under way late Saturday night for a burglar of Mary's Beauty Shop on Burlington ave Owner Mary Terry notified, jf andlcy JS una y e to be present, from JayCee chapters throughout the stale. ,-Miss Indiana, Tommye Lou Glaze, of /Culver, will be escorted by the winner of the Miss Bunker Hill contest. Three military bails will be held in the city at 9 p.m. Saturday. Although the, formal "ball at the Elks dub is "by invitation _only, !he public is invited to attend the balls at the Eagles club aqd K. of C. hall. Various" high-ranking military officials in addition to the Air Force Secretary are expected to attend Saturday's events as-well Harold Handley. If Gov. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." jpouce then Mowed the burglar, There will be three shows and described only as wearing a white their tickets will tell the time that coat the euest must attend. One show. It WK thought the burglar head his place will be taken by Lt. Gov Crawford Parker Bluejackets "To Sing Next Sunday service men and . will be held at 8 a'm , one'at'ed towaid the river on Montgom- women aie inuted to attend ssr- 10.15 and one at 1'30 p.m lery st Lo^ans-JOit ch'irchcs Kieen uiieviuici. an-^i -nu^ & ...-, - -• and tying the attendant on.Ward minor injuries and two cars were n \ damaged in a collision two miles The patients listed as missing were. ' Carol Krieg, 20, Madison county. Gary Taylor, 20, of Howard county; Roland Smock, 20, Hend- ncks county; Thomas Deloalmer, 16, Howard count)'; Maurice V> caver, 16, Cass county; Richard lies, 37, Cass county, George Rolen, 20, Howard county. The attendant was Albert Plank, of Logansport, police said. The escapees took Plank's car. .BHEAKS ARM Terry Maiks, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Marks, broke his right arm jn a fall from a tree Saturday. The boy, whose home is at i.000 Market street; is a patient in St. Joseph's hospital. north of Logansport on Rt. 35 at 12'45 p.m. Saturday. A 1959 model station \ • wagon driven by MM. Marjrr^e Oscorn, 32, of 116 West M ami, ran into, the rear of a 1950 sedan driven bv Miss Mcnlvn Brennen, 20,- of Winamac, wh;n "Miss x Brenncn_ slowed for_a car ahead making a left turn off the highway " • Linda Osborne* a' passenger in Mrs. Osboroo's car, suFercd minor cuts 'and s^venl tr-Ji were knocked loose She waa treated in the office^ of a'local dentist^ and released.' __. Damage to the two cars was estimated, at ?175 CAIL.JiERS—r<»iie PJaros-3V.,)jnc carrieis.tave.bcen State trouper John Gaylor-and Ceiled for outstanding performance during the^past jcar. The Deputy Sheriff Rex Harrison investigated. „_,„ -shown here'with certificates of achievement: The •wards are part of the local observance of National Newsipapcr "'• * * '! Week. The* boys .include, from Ic'l. row one: Raymond Mills,, of ,< 'Mexico; John Best, John Hardt;"botb?Logansport; l 'Don Molten-, cupp.jot Denver; row two: John Andres, Chuck ^.Coppock,.Jack,Fultz, l D»ii Pusey, Jim Kiodwougb-ill of Logansport'(Staff Photo)" Farm And City Folks Are Allied mers and urban residents is growing thinner by -specialization in . both "fields," said Ken McDermott" of'the-Purdue University staff, as bespoke Saturday night at the annual public relations banquet " of the Cass county Farm Bureau.. • There were 200 present at the event held in -the 4JI Community building." Each farm resident lad a business manias a guest The speaker, who was introduced by John Conn, county-Bureau president, is an extension economist, specializing in economic development and general agricultural economics. " His topic was "Rural Development" and he discussed the many similar problems which both farmers and business men have relative to education, taxes, politics, recreation, roads and zoning. Marthai Baker led group singing 'and the invocation was by the .ReverendJloyden Eea., Sandy Bradfieia played a violin solo, accompanied bv her mother. Conn called on each Bureau member to introduce his guest of the evening. Special- guests introduced by Conn included: Lawrence Ballo- wav, d i st r i c t director; Mrs James Viney, district woman's lesder; Don Henderson, distric! field mm Ted Blank, State Fair Boa'-d- Bill Justice, district co-op field man; Elmer E Schmaltz, CO-OD past director; Elmer Fouts. Farmers -and Merchants State Bank. Bud Ide, Co-op director, Charles-Hubenthal, of the Production Credit- Robert S Justice, attorney; Glen Wisler, Production Credit- Reverend Royden Rea, Robert Shaffer, Co-op Board. WEATHER Northern Illinois — Generally ffr and not much change in temperatures Sunday and Sunday night Monday partly cloudy and warmer but turning cooler again north portion by late afternoon. High Sunday .mostly in the 60s. Low Sunday night 44-52. Northern third of Indiana: Generally fair with not much temper- - ature change Sunday and Sunday night. Monday partly_cloudy and <J warmer. High Sunday in the 60s. C; Low' Sunday night 42-50. . ; Lowe* Michigan: .Sunday gener- ->~ ally fair Fair and cooler Sunday ^ nig"ht High 60-65. ,. K " Northern Ohio Partly cloudy ! and coder Sunday- and -Sunday ^ r'-ht. H-gh 6D-65 '' , Centra!, .and Southern -Ohio;--; Partly cloudv and a little coder'- Sunday ani Sur/';>y~n'Mit.~ Ev>h in ^ the nH 63s certral_to nctr 70 ^ so"uil:cast7~' KenUcky;_~Moslly-cloudy "with Scattered showers Sunday * and Sunday"mghtrHigh"in"1he -70s.' ^

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