Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 23, 1960 · Page 33
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 33

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 23, 1960
Page 33
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, i960. THE PHAKOS-TRXBUNE and LOGANSPOHT PKESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINE ELMER C. THOMAS, of 419 East Main street, city, manager of the City, meat market.;for 18 years, is the Republican candidate for the office of county Commissioner, second district. Born Jan. 21, 1909, he is a lifelong resident of Logansport. He was graduated from the Logansport high school and served as a staff sergeant in the U. S. Army during World War n. He has been employed at the City Meat 'Market, 306 East Market street, for 22 years, and prior to that was employed by Kroger's and the A&P.. N ' He is a member of the Logansport Rotary club, Eagles, American Legion and the Ninth street Christian church, where he is a Deacon, a member of the church board and chairman of the finance committee. He is an associate member of the Farm Bureau and has worked on the United Fund for several years. He was a candidate for the'of- fice of clerk-treasurer of the city of Logansport during the 1959 primary and has never held a public office. A home-owner, he is married and has one daughter. WASH YOUR HAIR THE NEW EASY WAY Charles A, Michael Plumbing S'Heating 1523-31 Miles St. Ph. 4538 RANDOLPH G. LANNING, .52, of rural' route 4, .city,' is the Democratic candidate for re-election to the 6ffice -of Cass county commissioner, second district. A graduate of Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan, he has served the past five years as Cass county commissioner and previously served six years on the Logansport school board. He is married to the former Irene Flanegin, and the couple has two children.: He is a member of the Calvary Presbyterian church, American Legion, Elks, Eagles and Tipton Masonic lodge. Republicans To This Area Republican state candidates wiU be visiting Cass and nearby counties in caravan tours during the week with .Charles 0. Hendricks, candidate for secretary of state due to stop in Cass county Tuesday. Hendricks will be speaker at a ham and bean dinner for a GOP rally at Memorial Home Tuesday evening at 5:30 o'clock. Crawford Parker, gubernatorial GOP candidate, will visit in Winamac and Pulaski county Monday,- delivering an 8 p.m. address at Winamac. On .Friday he visits White county and will speak at Reynolds at 1 p.m. EST. Richard 0. Ristine, candidate fo) Lieutenant Governor., will visit Fulton county Monday, speaking at the^ Columbia school auditorium in Rochester at 8 p.m. OP' Thursday he is in C * r r d 11 county for 'a session at Flora community building at 7:30 p.m. Philip Willkie, . candidate for superintendent of public instruction, will visit White'county .Wednesday speaking at 7 p.m. before the Monticello Business and. Professional Women's club meeting at Sportsman's hotel. STE E L WE CAN SERVE YOU BEST WITH • Electric and Acetylene Welding • Special Steel Built Tanks • Galvanized Roofing • Sheet Metal Work • Corrugated Culvert Pipe • Beams-Channels-Angles • Fabricated Steel-Structural Steel » Bars-Sheets-Plates FARMERS: Bring your plow points, or corn planter runners in for repairs. If it's made of steel We can furnish it for you. LOGANSPORT METAL CULVERT COMPANY 220 Hanna St. Dial 5157 King/Queen Selected At Tipton Twp. Randy Need and Gail Pownell, both freshmen at Tipton township hgih school, were selected as king and queen during the school's annual fall festival this past week. Carla Butz and Walter" Minglin of the seventh grade class were named prince and princess. * In other recent Tipton activity, 25 girls from the school's Future Homemakers of America club held formal initiation for new members and officers. Sandra Guy was installed as secretary and Kathy Lloyd as reporter. Mrs. Ina Bernard, mother advisor, and Mrs Lucille Pear were present at the initiation. Bask'etball is in the air and the sale of season tickets is being stepped-up. The" Pep club will organize soon, it was reported. 1 The Girls Athletic Association is expected to announce, a plan soon whereby its members can .earn monograms. The club is entered in a bowling league and are planning skating activity for the winter season. The following students with "B" plus average or better have been selected for the honor study hall:; "Grade 12 —j Larry Campbell, Bonnie Ffantz, Vada Hall, Bonita Helvie, Sandra Hopkins, Sue Keplar, Erie Lockhart, David Raikes, Kay-Rife. "..-.-" Grade 11—Beggy Barker, Cindy Bus'ch, Gerald Clem, tony Hinkle, Marsha Minglin, Danny Bush, Judy Thompson, 1 Maltnda Williams, Don Williamson. Grade 10 — Larry Balsbaugh, Pheona Eaglin, Ruth Goldsberry, Doris Hendrix, Bill Pear, Alven Prough, Bob White. Grade 9 — Deborah Balsbaugh, Tim Butz, Tamara Hopper, Linda Watersbn. Eighth-Grade — Steve Williams. Seventh Grade — Barbara Leffert, Tonia Logan, Cinda Nead, Arleen Price, Mary Price,' Linda Reed. Ike To Aid Ticket With Parade By MARVIN L: ARROWSMITH PALM SPRINGS,. Calif. (AP)^President Eisenhower announced Saturday he and Vice President Richard M. Nixon, Republican candidate for the. White" House, will speak at a New York political rally Nov. 2. Their talks will be carried nationwide on television and radio. : Eisenhower made the announcement to newsmen as he started a round of golf at the Eldorado Country Club -course. He added that Nixon's running mate, Henry Cabot Lodge, also will be on hand for the' big rally in Manhattan's Coliseum six days before the lec- tion. The President also said he, Nixon and probably Lodge will ride together in a motorcade through New York's streets in advance of the rally in a major effort to win the state's rich prize of 45 elec- NAVY DISPLAY—This sh*ws a Navy. Terrier rocket, model.of which was in the Hospitality parade. It was one of several ex- hibitions of huge missiles which attracted attention. (Staff Photo) toral votes for the Nixon-Lodge ticket. • ' : •'I am going into the political field," Eisenhower .told reporters after calling them to his side on the practice .green at the plush Eldorado Club. Putting it that way appeared to be an Eisenhower allusion of contrast between his current cross- country speaking tour, which the White House is billing as'nonpoli- tical, and the open bid he plans Nov. 2 for election of Nixon and Lodge. Then he spoke of plans for Lodge to join.him and Nixon at the the rally and in the New York motorcade, and for putting the rally speeches on coast-to-coast TV and radio. Moo Bows To Russian Ideology By TOM OCHILTREE LONDON (AP)-Mao Tze-tung humbly recognized the Soviet Union Saturday as the world's greatest Communist power and offered to soft-pedal his ideological quarrel . wjth. Premier Khrushchev in the-interest of Red._solidarity. . The; Chinese Coiiimunist .leader and his three -top associates in Peiping sent a message io. Moscow which ..'stopped just short oi bowing . completely to . Khrushchev's will. Their telegram^ addressed to Khrushchev and Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev, was broadcasl by Moscow^radio. It spoke of "the eternal inviolable fraternal friendship"'of the peoples of Red China and the Soviet Union and called for'Communist countries to "rally together even closer and intensify the struggle against imperialism." Mao almost seemed to buy Khrushchev's theory that war has become unthinkable in this nuclear age and that communism, in Now in New Location GARTER'S Concrete Block Plant BLOCKS for HOME and INDUSTRY Now located:— 5 miles west of Logansport on State Road 24,. it site of old Greenville Grave] Pit. Phone 3287 WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING! New in Logansport NOW OPEN and COFFEE BAR 10 C French Fries + 20' Shakes Root Beer - Cokes Economy Prices You Can Afford Quick Carry-Out Service OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 10 A M to 10 P. M. EASTGATE PLAZA - LOGANSPORT any event, is strong enough now 'to defeat capitalism by. competition, without shooting. But : this part of the message contained a hedge. As worded, it was a sort of Chinese puzzle capable of various interpretations. Mao did not specifically acknowledge :that war has become an impractical instrument o( national policy in the H-bomb age. Announcements TUESDAY Helmet Temple No. 230 Pythian Sisters of Young America will meet in their hall at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. A committee will serve. * # a WEDNESDAY Clinton township Home Demonstration club will meet at 1:30 Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Fred McCloskey. Roll response will be "New Food Products I Have Tried." Lick Observatory in Mt. Hamilton, Calif., has the second largest (36 inches) refractor telescope and the second largest (120 inches) reflector telescope in the world. Sixty-eight per cent of all employed persons in the U.S. drive to work in automobiles: Read the Want Ads! Weather fJsewfcere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Albany, cloudy Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Buffalo, clear Boston, clear Boston, clear Chicago, cloudy Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, clear Des Moines, cloudy Detroit, rain Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, clear Honolulu, cloudy Indianapolis, cloudy Jacksonville, clear Juneau, rain Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, clear Memphis, clear Miami, clear Milwaukee, cloudy .01 High Low Pr. 53 27 .. 67 46 .. 61 47 .. 55 41 55 31 55 31 70 39 63 • 34 58 31 74 42 69 .45 58 35 48 20 80. 52 86 70 63 31 73 55 53" 33 73 55 89- 61 69 38 85 72 62 36 .59 Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudy 62 41 New Orleans, clear 69 43 New York, clear 54 42 Omaha, cloudy 73 49 Philedelphia, clear 56 33 Phoenix, cloudy '89 57 Pittsburgh, clear 55 36 Portland, Me., clear '48 30 Richmond, clear 59 32 St. Louis, cloudy 73 45 San Diego, cloudy 75 57 San Francisco, clear 71 51 Seattle, rain 65 52 Tampa,..clear 81 63 Washington, clear 58 38 .03 .17 30 .34 Winnipeg, cloudy US. South Pole" Stn. M M (M-Missing; T-Trace) SEWS UP TFTLE 'CAMDEN, N.J. (AP)-Bowl of Flowers, coming from deep last at the halfway mark, won the Gardenia Stakes Saturday by length over Angel Speed and virtually sewed up championship honors for 2-year-old fillies. Jockey Willie Shoemaker didn't move the favored Brookmeade Stable filly into contention until near the final turn for home when the front-running Little Tumbler began to tire. GOOD EATERS, TOO PARIS (AP)—French lejnslatori apparently are as good at eating as arguing. Caterers who provide midu for the 8M members of Parliament said members snapped up S.OW cantpet during a recent half-hour rccest. MEMORIAL PLANNED MUNICH (AP)-Work is under way to transform the infamous World War U Nan concentration camp at Dachau into a memorial for victims of Nazi persecution. Plans call for construction of a museum and monument. 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