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PAGE SIXTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOfeT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 13,19(8 ie Badge Going To Four Logan Boy Scouts Four Logansport youths will receive the highest award in Boy Scouting, the Eagle badge, at a court of honor Monday night. The event will be held at the Daniel Webster school beginning at 7:30 p.m. -The four, all members of Troop 3, are Thomas Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Black;- Edward Blume, son of Mr. and-Mrs. Leon Blume; James Black Jr., son- of Mr. and Mrs. James Black; and Gregory Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert. Brown. Scoutmaster Gilbert Brown said it was the first time in the history of the troop that four Scouts had received the Eagle at the same time. The presentations will be made by Rev. M. L. Robinson; Mayor Otto Neumann; Hugh Markell, executive of the Three. Rivers Council; and Rev. Peter Eckcrt. Al Stewart, chairman of the troop committee, will preside at the court of honor. Other awards to be presented are Second Class badges to Fred Leydet and Kevin Kline. Merit badges will be awarded to Gregory Brown, Edward Blume, Thomas Black, James Black, Rirhard Donnelly, David Hulls, Kerry Hulls Richard Beaulieu, John Edgerly and Robert Hassett. The public is invited to attend. Hospita I Notes Rochester Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: None. Dismissals: Mrs. Robert Harrison and daughter, Kewanna; Mrs. Elbert Lewis and son, North Manchester; Mrs. Mart Patton and son, Argos; Mrs. Roy Hartman, Fulton. New Demo Officers Chosen In Pc/faski WINAMAC—A new slate of county officers was chosen at the Democrat reorganization meeting Saturday afternoon. Bill Kurz, of rural route, Winamac, who lives on the west edge of Lake Bruce in Harrison township, was named chairman to succeed Edward Booknis, who had held the post 14 years. Named as vice-chairman was Mrs. Ruby Taylor, who is a member of the Winamac town board. Mrs. Lillian Moss, of Winamac, was chosen secretary and Mike Strus, route 3, Winamac, was elected treasurer. Republicans, who met in the courtroom at the court house, renamed Dr. Harold J. H a 11 e c k chairman. Mrs. Mabel Zellers was re-named vice-chairman and Mrs. Roberta Polstra was re-elected secretary. Max Alkire, of Francesville, was again chosen treas- Protocol Chief Weds New Yorker WASHINGTON (AP) — Angler Biddle Duke, State Departmenl protocol chief, and Robin Chandler Lynn of New York were married Salurday in nearby McLean, Va. Presidenl and Mrs. Kennedy stopped in at the wedding reception afterward in the Georgetown home of Sen. Claiborne Pell, D-H.L, just around the corner from the house Kennedy occupied when he was a senator. Vice president and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johason also attended. The wedding took place in the home of Walter T. Ridder. It was performed by Thomas P. Chapman, clerk of the court of Fairfax County. Members of both families were present. Logansport Mr. ad Mrs. Robert Poor, route 1, Winamac, are parents of a son. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Combs, 904 N. Third. Mr. and Mrs. William Wade, 817 'i Spear, are parents of a son. Admitted: Baby William Roberts, Delphi; Wheeler Bosh, New Waverly; Mrs. Edna Bosh, New Waverly; Mrs. Grace Burrous, Mexico; Mrs. Martha Easton, Bunker Hill; Walter A. Lanz, Star City; Anthony Berger, Star City; Robter Becker, 3228 Pennsylvania. Dismissed: Miss Gertrude Marlin, 1837 Erie; Mrs. Effie Grandstaff, route 6; Master Jeffrey Brummett, 128 W. Miami; Mrs. •Mary Lovvorn, Flora; Mrs. Lois Murling, Monlicello; Mrs. Geneva Prey, 300 Minor; Mrs. Lucy Polsinelli, 1108 Pleasant. Hill; Mrs. Bessie Wisely, Royal Center; Mrs. May Shidler, Winamac; Mrs. Eva Bailey, Peru; Ralph Knepper, 814 Twentieth; Russell Frye, Camden; Charles Brucker, Winamac; Master Toby Schmicker, Winamac; Mrs. Judy Craw, route 2, Walton; Mrs. Edna Donnelly, 1224 N. Third; Wilbur Payne, 325 % E. Market. MEMORIAL U.S. Stages TwoN-Tests U.S. STAGES WASHINGTON (AP)-The United States conducted two more nu. clear tests Saturday — an air drop nea r Christmas Island in the Pacific and an underground test in Nevada. It was .the second day in a row :hat two blasts had been set off n the current series of tests. . Two shots .were fired Friday, joth.in the Pacific. Saturday's explosions were described as: —The air drop in the Pacific of ntermediate yield — meaning a )last having the equivalent of >om 20,000 to one-million tons of conventional explosive force. —An underground test of 'intermediate yield at the Nevada prov- ng ground. -This was the 32nd of :he underground series. The Pacific test was the 10th of the series which began there on April 25. Most of them have been atmospheric tests. • • ' Delphi Man To Be Ordained Priest DELPHI-The Reverend David D. Clifford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Clifford of Delphi, will be ordained a Catholic priest by the Most Reverend , John J. Carberry, Bishop of the diocese, Saturday, May 26, at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's church, Kokomo, He will bffer his First Solemn Mass in St. Joseph!s .church in this city at 11 a.;m. Sunday, May 27. A reception -and.First BJess- ing will be held from .4. until 6 that afternoon in the REMC audi- srium. He attended St. Joseph's parochial school and the Delphi high school before he began his studies for the priesthood. • At the Kokomo service Msgr. Francis Kienly of Anderson, formerly of this city, will be present. 3n May 27, Father Simeon Schmitt of Wabash, former local aastor, will be present and the Msgr. Arthur Sego, present pastor, will serve. as arch-priest at the morning service. Bunche Won't Run For U.S. Senate UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) —U.N. Undersecretary Ralph J. Bunche said Saturday he definitely would not consent to become a candidate for the U.S. Senate. Bunche, an American Negro, added in a statement, ''This position is firm and irreversible." There had been published reports that New York Mayor Robert F. Wagner suggested to President Kennedy the Democrats run Bunche against Sen. Jacob Javits, R-N.Y., next November. Bcvn to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lamberson, route 1, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Rader, Flora, are parents of a daughter. Admileed: Master Frank Simpson, Young America; Mrs. Ruth Cree, Walton; Gilbert Hughes Monticello; Monroe Zellers, Kewanna; Mrs. Anna Worman, Ft Wayne; Mrs. Barbara Eller', Ft Wayne; Mrs. Lila. Cooper, Roya Center; Master James Corkey 1923 High; Mrs. Archyea Bonnell, Kewanna; Mrs. Mary Zellers, 910 State; Mrs. Edna Humrickhouse, Camden; Mrs. Dixie Mon roe Twelve Mile; Miss Debra Powell, 401 Howard; Mrs. Donna Miller, Denver. Dismissed: Mrs, Sharon Bundy, Royal Center; Miss Scherri Conn, 1221 N. Third; Mrs. Thomas Curl and daughter, route 2. Walton; Harvey Lenon, route 2, Galveslon; Paul Miller, roule 3; Miss Tillie Olsen, 16 W. Columbia; Harold Sharpe, 1425 High; Mrs. Bill Spiller and daughler, route 4; Mrs. Bernice Wagoner, route 1, Bringhurst; Mrs. Mary Berkshire, Royal Center; Mrs. Minnie Burkhart, route 3; Mrs. Dorothy DeBarge, 210 Thirteenth; Mrs. Sandra Deitricli, route 2; Mrs 1 . Edna Dilling, 811 S. Cicott; Mrs. Virginia Gifford, 2202 North; Miss Mary Minneman, route 3; Mrs. Garnet Rearick, Winamac; Mrs. Delia Wanger, 721 Race; Mrs. June West, Delphi. Castro Easing Farm Policies? • HAVANA. (AP) - Indications multiplied Saturday tha', the Castro" government is easing its socialist farm policies in the interest of smaller farmers hit by earlier measure's of the revolutionary regime. Foreign observers cited .a speech by Prime Minister Fidel Castro saying that farms poorly administered by the government would be returned to their owners if necessary. Another /sign of a softening of the line was a resolution adopted by• the- National Agrarian Reform Institute telling farmers they are free to slaughter cattle; hogs, sheep and chickens on their own property without requesting authority. They also may sell the meat, but not to middlemen. The Castro speech, delivered a month ago bul made public only last week, acknowledged difficul-' ties between the government and farmers due, among other things, to intervention. This is the administration of private property by the state, a move one step away from outright nationalization. A few days before the speech; the government had returned to private ownership at leasl Ihree farms it had been adminislering. One of these was the property of a Belgian citizen, Jean Wiltouck, run by his American son-in-law, Lawrence Lunt, of Cheyenne, Wyo. Castro said different treatment was due to small farmers from that received by large absentee landholders who were the first to be hit by the government's land reform laws. FIRE ALARM Re-Elect futton County Officers ROCHESTER^-At the reorganization meetings of the major political parties Saturday afternoon, only one change was made. . On the Republican side, Mrs. Dorothy Brown was chosen secretary to succeed the late Mrs. Mary Tobey. Dr. Dean Stinson was .re-named Republican county chairman; Mrs. Mary Ann Carr, vice-chairman; Darwin Morrett, treasurer. Democrats re-elected Ray Glass as chairman; Mrs. Cecil Carruthers, vice-chairman; Mrs. Dee Berrier, secretary; Dale Welty, treasurer. Psychiatric Clinic Chairman Appointed In Miami County PERU—Joseph Rody was appointed chairman of the community psychiatric clinic by Mrs. MA. McDowell, president ; of the Miami County Mental Health Association, Saturday. '. Rody has been active in the county .association for ten years and is treasurer. He also is a director of the State Mental Health Association, The psychiatric clinic 'is an outpatient medical service that offers a wide range of mental health services to the troubled children and adults of the community. , Due to the expense involved, the committee is planning: a joint community clinic. Tentative jlans call for joining the Cass bounty Clinic that is being established there next year. The new committee plans to meet soon to determine- the num- ser of children and adults who need psychiatric help. , Othre members of the commlt- ;ee are Mrs. McDowell,. Jack 3umerford, Charles Phelps, Tom Grieger and Mrs. John Lewis, all members of the Miami • County Association for Mental Health, Car Destroyed By Fire; Driver Held William Kite, 35,. route 1, Cutler, was charged with driving under the influence and driving while his license was suspended after his 1953 car caught fire at 12:15 a.m., Saturday on Ind. 25, just west of the city. Deputy Sheriff Bob Kiesling said Kite was headed toward Logansport on a flat lire. Apparently Ihe wheel became too heated and started a fire which destroyed Ihe car. Logansport firemen were called to the scene to put out the blaze. Also investigating was State Trooper Dick Keyes. "Nepotism" is favoritism shown to relatives; bestowal of patronage by reason of relationship. Horatio Alger wrote more than 100 novels based upon the idea that virtue is always rewarded. STOCKS—BONDS—MUTUAL FUNDS BUY OR SELL ORDERS EXECUTED IN ALL MARKETS E. Y. DENHAM & COMPANY Phone 3000 •in' mnuttu M-meaafaKcaamasaaanaiimnaii, mum taMamwmj I m IMUUII nuu J iu»iu •** m iwmtj mmmii »umi. masmimnmmnma** AMBULANCE PHONE 3608 Complete First Aid and Oxygen Equipment FISHER FUNERAL HOME Announcements TUESDAY Onward Mothers of World War Firemen were" called at 8-ls' 11 ' Unit No ' 131 > wiu meet Tues - -m., Saturday to put out a .fire ^ at 1:3 ° P' ra ' at the O"*™ 1 in an overheated oil furnace at the hwne of Mrs. Walter Foskett, 803 Broadway. SELECTIVE STEALING DELPHI-A TV set and a window fan were two of the items taken by thieves in a break-in at the John Dyer home in Cutler. Sheriff John Roth 'is investigating. Grange hall. * * # WEDNESDAY The Washington township HD club of Carroll county will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Robert H. Hinkle at which time members of the Double Dozen HD club will be guests. Driver Slated After Chase A 19-year old driver was charged with five traffic violations after his 1959 convertible crashed into a ditch on a country road, ending a 100-mile-per-hour. police chase early Saturday morning. Richard Reed, 19,-of 1114 N. Third St., was charged by city police with running a slop sign, driving 100 miles-per-hour in a 30 zone, driving the wrong way on a one way street, reckless driving, and driving 100 miles-per-hour in a 65 zone. Damage to the'automobile was estimated at $1,000. The driver was'not injured. According to police, Reed was driving south on 400 E when the car went out of control at the intersection of Pottawatomie Road, striking a tree on the west side of the county road and then swerved to the east side striking two more trees. Arresting officers were Patrolmen Kenneth Ingram and John Leffert of the city police department. Deputy Sheriff Roberl Kiesling assisted in the investigation, Reed will appear in city court Monday morning. BIRTHDAY TODAY . Terry Lee Jones,, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Vern E.Jones of 844 Garfield Ave., is observing his 13th birthday today. No special celebration is planned for the youth who was born on Friday May 13, 1949. He is a seventh grade pupil at the Fairview Junior high school, plays basketball and is a clarinetist in the school orchestra, . MOTORIST JAILED DELPHI — Dennis Darnell, 22, Lafayette, arrested by city police Friday on a DUI charge, was fined $25 and costs Saturday when he appeared in Justice of the Peace court. He was returned to jail when he could not pay the fine. Release Head Of Hospital At Rochester ROCHESTER — Miss Bernice Rannels, superintendent of county-owned Woodlawn hospital since 1949, has been released by the hospital's board of trustees effective June, 1, The action of releasing Miss Rannels came Tuesday and was by .unanimous decision of the trustees. The board's statement said that Miss Rannels was released for "lack of cooperation with the board in attempting to work out -personnel and administrative problems at the hospital and because of public pressure that a change be made."' Rusell Wilson, chairman of the trustees board, said that ,a replacement for Miss Rannels as lospilal administrator is expected to be appointed within a few days. Twenty-six applicants for the post are being considered. Three longtime members of the nursing staff at 4he hospital also have been released, for the same reasons as Miss Rannels, They are Mrs. Beaman Suddith, head nurse; Mrs. Helen DeBruler and Mrs. Bernice- Murphy. -'Temporary replacements have been made unt.il a new administrator is hired. The hospital's board of trustees is'made up of Wilson, Mrs; Mildred Boylan, Akron; C. R. Barkman, Newcastle township, and Wayne Heisler, Rocherter. All four were appointed earlier this year after preceding board members resigned in protest to the county commissioners' failing to reappoint the, board chairman, Ernest Baxter. The Fulton county sheriff's department, state police and the Akron police are investigating the possibility of a family conducting Counter-Claims In Cass Damage Suit Filed In Carroll DELPHI-Betty Lou Smith, ad- ministratrix of the estale of her late husband, David R. Smith had filed suit for $50,000 damages in Cass circuit court against Sandra J. , Dietrich. According lo the complaint, the defendant was driving a 1956 car which collided with Smith's 1954 car on Indiana 25 near Logansport on May 10, 1960 in which Smith was killed. Noble K. Littrell of Marlinsville appeared for Ihe plaintiff and represents Mrs. Smith in Ihe suil. After the suit was filed in Cass county, Sandra J. Deitrich by her attorney Robert S. Justice filed suit in Carroll Circuit court against Betty Lou Smith, admin- istratrix, of the estale of David R. Smith, asking damages of $10,000 for personal injuries received in the same automobile.accident. The complaint alleges thai Smilh was driving across the cen ter of the road, only one headlight was on, and his car was not kept in good driving condition. ' A second suit was filed by Attorney Justice for 'Ronald J. Dietrich against Betty Lou Smith, seeking damages of $3,000 for the loss of his wife's services and hospital expenses and an additional $1,EOO for dam ages to his 1956 sedan which was a total loss. Read the Want Ads! a confidence game after three {son of Celcstian E. and Laura persons walked off with $71.50 from the Arter Five and Dollar store in Akron Friday between 4 and 4:15 p.m!- Mrs. Helen Arter, owner of the store, and one customer were in the store when three'persons, a man, a woman and child entered about 4 p.m. The woman kept Mrs. Aiier occupied in the back of the store making a purchase. The boy said he dropped a dime on the floor near the check-out- counter and got down to find it. In a few minutes he got up, said he had found his money and left the store, Mrs, Arler made a $2 sale to the woman and when she went to put the money in the wallet where the store money was kept, she discovered that it was gone. The persons left the store and headed south on Ind, 19. Later po- ,ice learned that they had parked a car in front of a feed store and had walked north into the susiness district. KINSEY Final rites for Joseph H. Kinsey, R.R. 2, Rochester,'will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Fenn funeral nome in Kokomo. Kinsey, who moved to the northeast shore of Lake Manitou a year ago, died at 10:30 a.m. Thursday following an illness of two years. Surviving are the wife, Stella; a son, Richard, Kokomo; two daughters, Mrs. Carnes, Kokomo, and Mrs. Joan Barnett, Galveslon; five grandchildren; three great- grandchildren, and a brother, George, Kokomo. THORNBURG Ralph D. Thornburg, 70, R.R. 1, Culver, died suddenly of a heart seizure suffered in the yard of his farm home at 4:30 p.m. Friday. He had lived in the same' home all his life. Born Feb. 15, 1882, he was the Grossman Thornburg. He was married in Culver Dec. 31, 1918 to Hazel Reed. Thornburg was a lifetime farmer. He was a member of (he Culver Methodist church, the Henry H. Culver Masonic lodge and was a 40-year member of the Farm Bureau. Surviving with (lie wife are a daughter, Mrs. Alfred Donnelly, Culver; three grandchildren; a brother, Dr. Harvey D. Thornburg, Modesto, Cal.; two sisters, Mrs. R. E. Dinsmore, Lawrenceville, 111., and Mrs. J. R. Snyder, Hultville, Cal. A son, Air Force Lt. Ralph Wayne Thornburg, was killed in 1943 during World War n. . Services will be at 2 p.m. Aton- day in the Grossman funeral home at Argos with the Rev. Kendall Sands officiating, Burial will be in the Poplar Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Owen Davisson a former Rochester resident, died Friday in Hie Rensselaer hospital. Final riles will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday in the Jackson funeral home at Rensselaer. Mr. Davisspn's wife is the former Aletha McVay. 95 To Graduate At Delphi High DELPHI—Commencement exer. cises for 95 seniors at Delphi high school will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 27, at the Hillcrest Athletic Field. In case of rain, the program will be held in the gymnasium. Baccalaureate services will be at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, May 20, at Ihe First Presbyterian church. Rev. John Laprad will be lha speaker. 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