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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 16, 1960
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PAGE SK. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, XOGANSPORT, INDIANA LPGA Most College Students Help Pay Jhe Costs SUNDAY, OCTOBER'!!,1*0. Top Debate Revolves Around Two Islands By J: W. DAVIS WASHINGTON (AP)-The question of "who'll be'the next Ameri can president revolved -'curiously this week around two 1 little islands with a population of 56,000 and not a single electoral vote. They took precedence over such issues as government spending, the matter of U.S. prestige in-the world, and'-whether there should be a Negro'in the Cabinet. The islands are the Nationalist Chinese outposts of Quemoy and Matsu. Both Republican Richard ' M. Nixon and Democrat' John F. • Kennedy seemed to think they had a real issue going for them there. Each accused ^e other of tak-r ing a stand"-that 'could lead to war. They said so, in thousands of words, among.them: Mxon—"To/suggest that we will surrender these" islands or force our Chinese .Nationalist allies to surrender them' in advance is not -something;..that would lead to ",' peace; it.is something that would .^lead in my opinion to. war." . Kennedy —"To commit ourselves rigidly to defending these indefensible islands only ties our hands, -, plays into Communist hands, and brings the whole world - closer to war. A- peace-loving people do not want a trigger- happy president in the White ' House." . On Government .Spending: Nixon—"I have had his (Kennedy's) program costed out and have stated that it .would cost at least S10 billion, a year .more than the- ; program that I have advocated:: .- .. . : "I"have -also stated -my conviction that-his extravagant;'approach -would produce less prog-i ress than the programs I favor.' r i not an issue, not at a..time when the party which last made it an issue has expanded the federal payroll to an all-time high, operated at 'an $18-billion deficit, increased the debt limit five times, .caused the greatest peacetime deficit in our history, and spent two-thirds as much money as all 1 previous administrations put to-j gether." j Prestige j Nixon — "Anybody who thinks, Kennedy — "Big government is Down, there he explained Jo newsmen that the vice president doesn't appoint Cabinet members and expressed a personal belief that "all Cabinet posts should be filled without regard to race, creed or color." Injured Netter Doing Right Well _ _ _^_^ BRAZIL, Ind. (AP) - Gerald America has" been "standing stiliI Nees ' a ta " y° un S man who ° nce the last-eight years, hasn't been I excelled on the basketball court, He's I is making quite a score these days orr canvas; He paints—with his teeth. The 6-foot 3-inch Nees was a standout basketball player . for campaigning .in America. been. in some other country. "My -opponent continues to tell'] the American people — and alii the listening world --of his dole-! Schoo] ^ M contend that the United Sates is disrespected and dis- ended when he dived into H-ed throughout the community of d and brflke alyzed, the 22-year-old t former athlete drove himself until this (the re- he has learned to paint surpnsmg- reduced margin against admitting | ly good plc t u res with a brush T3^J • PUm-i 4-/\--4Un Tilsit A/1 M->f j/-mcS i t • i • , . i nations. Kennedy — "If, clenced in his teeth. Some of his works have-.been sold. Critics-say Nees' technique Red China to: the United Nations^ doesn't tell the story, if this doesn't demonstrate' that the United ^ ^ States is not gaming in power, I'd J s " slniila7"to"that"of like to know what does." Henry Cat>ot Lodge — "We pon." Negro- in the Cabinet Lodge, the Bostonian chosen by i classes via pubbc address sys- Nkon to run for vice president, j&randma Moses—except 'he does better with barns and houses; Nees. took up. art, to- .earn his high school diploma, "attending" declared on a television .show: tern linking his home with the school. His paintings eventually "I would like'to see a Negro in learned-him a scholarship to the the Cabinet; I am for it." | Minneapolis Art .Institute. Later, in New York's Harlem, i A" dental student friend ..made he said it again: "There should be a Negro in the Cabinet." _ His .remarks fell like a chill on Republicans" trying to sew up Virginia and other Southern states for the Nixon-Lodge ticket. At Norfolk, ,-Va.';--and--Winston-. Salem, N C,, Lodge stopped short of'what he had said in New York. Nees a special plate he holds in his mouth to grip the brush handle. Saves wear on thejeeth. The ex-basketball player favors outdoor scenes, memorizing them on automobile trips and painting at home. THE BUNKER HILL -AIR FORCE BASE PERSONNEL ALL SERVICE-.MEN '-'ANDTHE-ENTIKE'COMMUNITY TO , • LOGANSPORTS Hospitality Days lour Home Deserves The Best! ... and the best heating equipment is Mueller Clima- trol. When you let us install Mueller Climatrol automatic heating you can be sure you're receiving the most dependable, most satisfying, and most fuel- thrifty heating possible. It's designed to fit your budget too. You'll be amazed how little it costs to own Climatrol. automatic heating. Stop in at our display room, to learn all about carefree, worryfree Mueller Climatrol automatic heating'. install MuefferCfimrtol NOW! Sold Thru Heating Contractors Only BAKER SPECIALTY & SUPPLY .COMPANY, INC. DISTRIBUTORS THE BEST IN FUEL-THRIFTY COMFORT MUELLER CLIMATROL ' A Child's ; Prayer TERRIHOLDREN Dear God: Forgive the things I have said and done wrong. And forgive the things I have done wrong to animals and people. Torri is the Amen. daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Holdren, 216.Eight- teenth st, and attends Webster school where she is a jnember of the Weekday Religious Education class. Schedule Of Echo Passes, WASHINGTON (AP)-The Echo I satellite will make nine passes over Indiana during the next week. Here are the times (central daylight) released by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Sunday— 5.05 am medium south; Monday— ,4 38 a m., medium south'. Tuesday— .4:12 a.m south, and 6:21 a.m., high north. .Wednesday— 3:46 ; a.m., medium south, and 5,55 am., high north. Thursday— 5:29-:a.m., high .north. Dissenters Seek Control HARTFORD, Conn. (AP)-Dissident stockholders of Peter Paul, Inc, Naugatuck candy manufacturer, . have organized a" stock- lolders -protective committee to iight for control of the 'company at the annual stockholders meeting Oct. 28. 'Roger "Mahan of Hamden, former owner of several Waterbury motion picture houses, is chairman of the committee -which includes 37 persons holding more than 100, 000 of the 681,403 outstanding shares of the company. ' It will be the first stockholder contest in the 41-year history of the concern, which employs 350 persons at its Paret plant in Naugatuck It also has plants at Oakland, Calif, Dallas-, tkas, Philadelphia and Frankfort, Ind, as well as a wholly owned subsidiary in the Philippines. The committee charges annual sales have-fallen, off and that net profits have dwineled to less than half the 1948 figure, which was <medmm $5 a share About~two_:months' ago, seven stockholders brought a half-million dollar suit against officers and directors , of the - c 6 n- c e r n. They charged'noncompetitive purchases and excessive inventories detri- ARBORl- Mich. (AP)-One year' of 'college' education "for a boy or girl costs an average of $1,500 out of pocket— and although more-than half of the natipn's college students, earn a part of their expenses, 21 per cent 'of parents find "real difficulty" in financing such educations. ' This is one ^of the significant findings of a University of 'Michigan survey on "How People Pay for College." Conducted by the university's survey research center for the U S. 'Office of Education, the study examines the effect of college expenses on a family-by- mily' basis. The authors of the study, John B. Lansing, Thomas Xorimer and Chikashi Monguchi7 compiled their findings from interviews w{th 2,700 families across the United States. ' The results, they say, reveal that now, more than ever before, American parents aie counting on sending their children to college and are doing some hard-headed financial planning to get them there. Only one family in 10, the survey shows, expects financial aid j from inheritances, gifts or scholarships, and four out of five -expect the student to help pay his way' with a summer or part-time J° b It's an increasingly common pattern for some additional member of the family — usually the mother — to go to work to help support the student. The survey shows this happening in one of every five families. Eriday— 5:02'a.m., almost over-head. Saturday— 4:36 a.m., almost overhead. _ 'The huge balloon -will be traveling northeast on each pass. mental to the financial health of the company. The private and commercial truck fleet of the United States consists of 10.5-'.'million 'vehicles. REXALL SALE Starts Monday Mornfng Turn to Page 6&7oi Today's "FAMILY WEEKLY" !' ^ * - Make up your chopping list from thp hundreds of values offered in the Rexall 2 page advertisement. BRING YOUR LIST TO PORTER DRUG CO. Dunes Report Mis-read In Her Opinion FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP)-The Army Engineers .report on .feasibility of a deepwater Lake Michigan harbor at Burns Ditch has been "over-interpreted,"' a Save- the-Dunes Council official said Saturday. Mrs. Thomas E. -Dustin, regional chairman of the! council, said the report released Thursday is neither an expression of approval nor a recommendation, to proceed —merely a statement the $80 million project may be technically feasible, Mrs Dustin listed these four 'conditions-'she said would .prevent construction' of the long-sought port: 1. Lawsuits by council members and other conservationists against Gov;': Harold W. Handley .and Army Engineers officials. 2'. Action to survey other Indiana 1 sites on Lake Michigan for deepwater harbor expansion Mrs. Dustin said the state now has three) harbors which would be expanded to handle ocean vessels at less cost than Burns Ditch-. , 3. A stipulation by Army Engineers that a complete steel mill be built as principal user of the harbor. Mrs Dustin said the largest landowner in the area, Bethlehem Steel Co, has no plans for development of the property. ~4 Refusal by some private landowners-in the area to sell to steel companies. "JVIardi Gras" means- fat Tuesday " It refers to the French phrase referring to the fat ox once paraded through the town that day NORCR3SS' -PUTS THE' MERBY iN .CHRIilMAS, "YOUR REXAILL STORE" Corner 4th S Market You'll just love this brand n«w way to roast meat. Whether you prefer it will-done, medium or rare, your, roast' will be exactly the wayyou.want it—every time! You simply place thermometer in the roast, set the dial, and the automatic roastcontrol.taksiover., ...'cooki the meat until it's jusf right.. .and turns off the oven! NORCROSS CHRisIMAS CARPS TOEMERRIEST CARPS iN ToWN! HIATT'S . BEHIND - ,"Th«|tittl«Wrtita'Mouii"' your newspaperboy win a trip to Sao Paulo, South America's greatest industrial center, is also the center of a vast coffee-producinj^region. A visit to a ranch-with a barbecue, songs around a campfire and gauchos showing off their horsemanship—is also included. Spectacular is the worcMor the architecture of the exotic buildings in Brazil's modern new capital city, Brasilia. The boys will swim at Copacabana Beach, one .of, the most famous and beautiful beaches in the world. travel, fun, adventure it's the trip of a lifetime! What a great treat is in store for one of our carries- boys, perhaps the one who delivers your newspaper. Imagine! Sightseeing in ,' New York! An exciting jet flight to Rio on Varig Airlines' magnificent new Boeing 707 Intercontinental Jet! A fun-packed to«r of Brazil! The thrift of 4 writing a story about tbe', trip, and seeing it appear ' in the newspaper tinder his own byiinel \ When your newspajjerboy calls at your home to » explain how you can help him win, welcome him." Your interest may be jast ; the encouragement he needs to make his trip te' ' Brazil come true. SPONSORED BY PHAROS-TRIBUNE and PRESS

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