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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 13, 1962
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PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, WTTV (4) SATURDAY WFBM-TV (6) WISH-TV r8> WLW-I (13) Silent Three Stooges Indiana Farmer Silent Three Stooges Indiana Farmer Minutes To Live By Silent Three Stooges Indpls. Public Sch. Rural Almanac Three Stooges Indpls. Public Sch. Rural Almanac :00 •30 :45 Silent Silent Three Stooges Three Stooges Deputy Dawg Deputy Dawg Capt. Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo State Police Light Time Man the .Maker Man the Maker :00 :JO :4S Silent Silent Shnri Lewis Shari Lewis King Leonardo King Leonardo Video Village Video Village Mighty Mouse Mighty Mouse Talk Back . Talk Back Davey and Goliath Davey and Goliath 11 -.00 :30 :45 Silent Silent Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Magic Land Magic Land Roy Rogers Roy Rogers Looking Around Looking Around Farm Front Farm Front 12 :00 :15 :30 :45 Silent Silent Mr. Wizard Mr. Wizard Comedy Capers Comedy Capers Rhythm Carnival Rhythm Carnival Rhythm Carnival Baseball Bugs Bunny Bugs Bunny ProF.Wille. Goof Prof. Wille. Goof 1 :00 :30 Silent Silent 2 :00 :30 :4S Silent Silent 3 :00 30 •A3 Food for Life Food for Life Living Lessons Living Lessons Baseball Baseball Baseball JJascball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Bowling Champs Bowling Champs Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Andy Hardy Andy Hardy Andy Haidy Andy Hardy Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Andy Hardy Andy Hardy Action Action Baseball Baseball Baseball Baseball Action Action Action Action :00 Social Security Bowling Champs Big Picture Action = 15 Senator's Report Bowling Champs Big Picture Action :30 Qualifications'500'Trials "500" The Prcakncss "500" Time Trials : 45 Qualifications '500' Trials "500" The Prcakncss "500" Time Trials^ :00 Qualifications '500'-Tvials "500" Wrestling "500" Time Trials :15 Qualifications '500' Trials "500" Wrestling "500" Time Trials :30 Ramar , Frances Farmer Wrestling Pioneers :45 Ramar Frances Farmer Wrestling Pioneers 5 6 :00 :30 :45 Country Show ' Country Show Wrestling Wrestling Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Early Report Week's Sports News, Weather "500" Hi-Lights "500" Hi-Lights Expedition to Knowl Expedition to Knowl Midwest Hayride Midwest Uayride 7 :00 :1S :30 Wrestling Wrestlins Riverboat Riverboat Key Hole Key Hole Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Death Valley Death Valley Perry Mason Perry Mason Matties Funnies Matties Funnies Calvin Calvin :00 Riverboat Wells Fargo Perry Mason Room for 1 • 15 Riverboat Wells Fargo Pcrrv Mason Room for 1 '30 A. Wants !o Know Tall Man The Defenders Beaver :45 A. Wants to Know Tall Man The Defenders Beaver More More 9 '00 Voice of Freedom Movies :15 Voice of Freedom Movies :30 Voice of Freedom Movies :45 Voice o[ Freedom Movies The Defenders The Defenders Have Gun Have Gun Lawrence Welk Lawrence Welk Lawrence Welk Lawrence Welk 10 Open End Open End Open End Open End Movie Movie Movie Movie Gunsmoke Gunsmokc Gunsmoke Guiismoke 'Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week Democrat Leaders Say Kennedy Will Get Requested Trade Expansion Law H B WASHINGTON (AP) - Democratic congressional leaders now are saying President Kennedy will get substantially the trade expansion legislation ha wants—but not until after the present reciprocal trade law has expired. The law, perlodcially renewed since Congress first passed it in 1934, expires June 30 unless it is again revived. Kennedy, asserting that a whole new situation has been created by establishment of the European Common Market, WANTED! TRAINEES Men and woraon arc needed now to train (or positions us: • Tabulator Operators = Wiring Specialists » Koy Punch Operators • Computer Programming IBM MACHINE TRAINING Persona selected will bo trained in a program which noed not interfere with present job. If you qualify, training can bo financed. Write toduy. Pleaso include homo phono number and ape, JOB OPPORTUNITIES Box A-240 '/• Ihli nnwipopor has called for sweeping new au thorily for tariff reductions and other trade negotiations rather than a simple extension. The chance' that Congress will complete action on such a bill by June'30 has-now narrowed almost to vanishing. The House Ways and Means Committee, which started work on the bill in March, has at least 10 days more of -sessions ahead, with some of the most controversial points still to be resolved. Then the bill will still have to go before the Rules Committee and the House itself. Leaders will do well to send it to the Senate by June 10. The Senate Finance Committee is certain to conduct extended hearings .on the measure which affects scores of U.S. interests— when it gels around to starting such hearings. It has a heavy calendar of other legislation. If the reciprocal trade law should lapse before a replacement is enacted, the result is not regarded by its supporters as significant—except perhaps psychologically. Expiration of the law would not invalidate the numerous trade agreements already in effect. It would deprive the President of authority to negotiate new ones. But the government is not ready to launch negotiations with the Common Market by July 1—in all likelihood several months of preparation will be required after Congress votes the new authority, il it docs so. " However, adminsitration forces have apparently lost whatever psychological leverage the June 30 deadline may have given them A period without a reciprocal tride law on the books, however short, appears inevitable. The administration and its legislative supporters nevertheless appear confident that, though they may have to compromise on some features, they have the votes for a sweeping new trade program Rep. Hale Boggs, D-La., House Democratic whip and Ways anc Means Committee member, tolc the Business Council Friday nighl in Hot Springs, Va., that if he and other supporters of the bill have miscalculated, it probably is iii the direction of overestimating the opposition. If you are feeding hogs on pasture or dry lot, control feed wastage by adjusting your feeders properly and mounting them on platforms, suggest Purdue university animal scientists. for your Does YOUR Son Move a Route? If not, urgo him to ask our Circulation Department about the next one open in your locality. encouragement with my Newspaper Route! • ODAY, as enterprising newspaper-boys everywhere pay a well-deserved tribute to their mothers as valued "partners" in their first business ventures, we wish to express special thanks and appreciation for the aid and encouragement mothers are giving to all of our carrier-salesmen. • O US, as to his mother and dad, each of our carnor-boys Ts "someone special." Not only because he Is the important delivery link between the newspapar and our readers' homes, but also because he is a ieon-agor of above average ambition and ability— using his • spore time to earn and save money, gain business experience, acquire habits and traits that lead to success in whatever career he chooses. * HUS WE share Mom's pride In his progress «s an upcoming bust- nesiman, and assure her of our sincere desire to help mako his newspaper route a sura stepping atone to a bright future. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS logansport Indiana DMaJAal JJfoMs fl. SOUTH CASTON- Photo By Harrington Needlecraft Jiffy "Go" Jacket Everybody acclaims our Jiffy Go-jacket. Chanel-styled, -tops dresses, separates. Jet-Speed knitting—large need les, 2 strands of knitting worst ed for this jacket in 2 lengths. Pattern 974: directions sizes 3234; 30-38. Thirty-five cents (coins) For tliis pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class -mail. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of. Logansport Press 333, Needlecrafl Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. THE FIRST TIME! 200 designs in -our 1962 Needlecraft Catalog —biggest ever! Pages, pages, pages—fashions; accessories to knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. See jumbo-knits, cloths, spreads, toys, linens, afghans; free patterns. Only 25 cents. Carroll Students To Present Program FLORA—Over 100 students in the home ec department at Carroll high school will present dress reviews Thursday and Friday nights at the school. Each program will begin at 7:45 p.m. .They will display results .of classroom activities. Cora St. Amand is the teacher. Bureau Meeting Mother's Day entertainment anc a talk on the history of the township are, scheduled Monday night at the Deer Creek township farm bureau meeting. The evenl will be at 8 p.m.. at the Deacon school. The history .talk will be given by George Hyman. All members are to bring cups or glasses. Average size of a U.S. farm was 134 acres in 1900; in 1859, it was 302 acres. 1932 Graduates To Meet Wednesday All 1932 graduates of the local high school are invited to attend a session to make final plans for the 30th anniversary class reunion on Wednesday, May 16. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be held in the conference room of Meuhlhausen Spring company, plant 3, 500 E. Ottawa. Open House To Draw 300 Approximately 300 persons are expected to attend the Hendricks Habilitation Center open house Tuesday, May 15 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. During the tour of the center, local residents . will see trainees assembling lamps, spring bending ,lathe 'work, weaving, and sewing. At each operation a person will be stationed to explain the work being done. Committee members for this are Dorothy Levy, Dortlia Andrews, Herman Fries, Harry Binder, Marilyn Jones, Bill Rozzi, Earl Levy, Glenn Whitney and Harry Jones. After the.tours refreshments will be served by Sigma Phi Gamma sorority, members of the committee, Agnes Ritsman, Betty Fox, and Nellie Dotterer; and parents of the trainees. In charge of registration are Mrs. Connor Reed and Mrs. Harold Wheeler. Conducting the tours are Lee Austin, Fredrick Bowyer, Wilma Flory, Marvin Fox, Ed Malone, John Hinkle, and Woodrow Hammon. Peru Commencement Scheduled Friday PERU - The Rev. Avery ,W. Mileywill give the baccalaureate sermon for the -Peru High School seniors at 5 p.m. Sunday in- the Tig-Arena. A total of 1(12 seniors ara scheduled to receive diplomas at Graduation exercises to be held the evening of May 18. Calves born in May often can't use all of the cow's milk. Animal scientist at Purdue university warn to watch for scours or udder , troubles in the herd. Pattern SKYLINE TONIGHT "Flower Drum" 8 p. m. . "The Gran li Greonor" 10 p. m. . IROADWAY'S JOYOUS MUSICAL. LOVE STORY OPEN 7:00 Box Offic« Closes 10 p. m. • ROSS HUH VCTKM M MMCIATH JOSEPH FIE RODGER* I HAHMERSTEIN'S FiOtA/ER SONG OSCAR [firaN.2»D i« COLOR • SECOND COLOR ATTRACTION 'IE GK IS GREENER"^ A NiBW EXPB1«'BN|CE IN MOVIES, , BE SURE TO GET YOUR "MOTION SICKNESS PW1S Shown at U30-4:35—7:45 -JPLUS CO-WIT- HE TOOK; BY FORCE. ..what A» could hav* had for lave! Shown at 3:14-6:22-9:30 AlSO OilSiNiBY^S CARTOON "P1UTO' 7 DAY ONLY FRIDAY r MAY18 2 BIG SHOWS Lucky Find • STAGE SHOW AT 8:30 AND FEATURE AT 9:30 PM S, 1:30 AM so SCARY-WE PARE YOU TO sir raw rru.i/~^ YOU DO - CHARM ' oo THE DEAD RETURN? ooYou BELIEVE IN GHOST5? fiW TMM.^n/fflSfeC^MDEIIClfCd UN iCOlipR ON WE SCREEN / EXTRA! ONSTAGE! GIANT TWIST CONTEST At each show, Prizes to the winners. Buy your tickets now, don't be turned away! Tickets on sale now. AOULTS-90c — lCK!UJR6N-50c Sew-il-in-a^Day Dress — no waist seams, fitting problems or fussy details. Choose a cheery, washable print to wear at home or shopping. Printed Pattern 9238: Half Sizes 1<% IB'/*, 18 r /2, 20'/i, 22'/ 2 , 241/4. Size 1«}4 takes 3'/ 2 yi-rds 39- inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern— add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mail. Send to Marian Martin, Logansport Press, 36S, Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE,. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Extra! Extra! Extra Big Summer Pattern Catalog— over 106 styles for all sizes, occasions. Send 35c. Sherry wine is named from Scheris, early name of the Spanish city now called Jerez. NANCY KWAN JAMES SHIGETA ^AMITA KM1 IMIYDSHIUMEKI

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