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SUNDAY, MAY 13,1962 THE PHAKOS-TRffiUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE NINETEEN GALVESTON 25 Graduates At Galveston Twenty-five students at Galveston high school received their diplomas Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the high school gym. Valedictorian for commencement was Marilyn Spence, Graduating seniors are Connie L. Burnette, James D. Burrous, Larry J. Butcher, Milton D. Bevington, Gary R. Carden, Harold L. Crook, Dave A. Darnell, Delores J. Duncan, Connie J. Edwards, Sandra K. Lynas, Sherry A. Mailicoat, James E. Martin, George Pastrick Jr., Mary L. Sallee, Marilyn Spenee, Allen P. Shinn, Jeffery L. Porter, Gary L; Taylor, Rhett E. Vickers, Jerry D. Walker, Marjorie A. Walker, Jack S. Warner, Jerry M. Weaver, Caroline K. Woolley, Honald W. Woolley. Barber Sentenced BALTIMORE, Md. (AP)—Louis J. Hewlette, 48, a barber, was sentenced Saturday to six months in the Maryland House of Correction—the day before Mothers Day —on a charge of biting his mother. Boswell Heads Marion Co. Demos; Keeps Hopes Alive For Senate Seat INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Mayor Charles H. Boswell of Indianapolis was elected Marion County Democratic chairman Saturday, triumphing over Gov. Matthew E. Welsh's forces in the county. Boswell's victory over Judson F. Haggerty, the party's nominee for Marion County prosecutor, by a 619-to-391 'vote of the precinct officials meant thai the mayor will try to keep alive his bid for the party's nomination for the U. S. Senate. The Democratic reorganization meeting climaxed one of the bitterest factional splits in the parly's local history — a split which seemed sure to affect Democratic chances of carrying the county Nov. 6. The battle reached a peak Thursday after Welsh puiblicly endorsed State Rep. Birch E. Bayh Jr. of Terre Haute for the senatorial nomination. Boswell reacted with a bitter blast at. the governor, .accusing him of a political double-cross. Even before that', Boswell had engaged in a public name-calling contest with- Andrew Jacobs Jr., the Democratic nominee for llth District congressman, at party headquarters on primary election night. The mayor said he would fighl to the wire for the senatoria" nomination at the June 22 state convention if he won the county chairmanship. However, Welsh's endorsement of Bayh made the letter's nomination a foregone conclusion. The Marion County Democratic riY/i'flanization meeting held top interest throughout . the state as both parties held their county re organization meetings in all 92 counties. Incumbent officials were retained in most cases. Despite a report by Democratic State Chairman J. Manfred Core that a bitler intra-party fight wa going'on in Wayne County, all was harmonious at the party's reor ganization meeting there. Coutjty C h airman Charles Howell was re-elected by accla mation and Mrs. Margaret Wil' liams ' was retained as vice chairman. 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Grim al ready had resigned the position In Fort Wayne, Democratic V a t i o n a ICommitteeman Alex Campbell was re-elected Allen County chairman without diffi culty and Mrs. Maurice Arnol ,vas retained as vice-chairman [Tie Allen County GOP re-electee Chairman Orvis Beers and Mrs Frank Nagle, vice-chairman. 15 Killed In Plane Crash COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP' —A Canadian charter flight, car rying Danish-government workers and nurses, crashed Saturda; while making a landing approach in Greenland, The Danish minis, try of Greenland said 15 of the 21 persons aboard were killed. Three of the survivors were the Canadian crewmen, identified as Vincent Kies, Richard M. Wool ridge and Ben Nielsen,'a native of Denmark, The other survivors and the dead were identified as. Danes. The plane, a Catalina amphibi ous craft owned by the Canadian Eastern Commercial Airways, hac been chartered by the Danish Civ il Greenland Air Service for a 220' mile flight from Bonder Strom' fjord to Godthaab in western Greenland. Godthaab is Greenland's administrative capital. June 9 Designated As Shepard's Day MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire's largest city has designated June 9 Alan B. Shepard Jr., Day. That's the day America's astronaut will return to his native state—first lime since his historic space flight. • Shepard will visit Manchester, his home town of Derry and several other communities. Grain Futures Down During Past Week CHICAGO (AP)—Significant influences were scarce in the grain futures market last week anc prices drifted into general weakness on the. Board of Trade, AH commoditeis showed losses running, to more than a cent a bushel with only a few gainers. Tenders on May contracts were :he principal bearish factors in most pits,, particularly corn, where they ran consistently large and circulated rather freely. Wheat finsihed the week I'/ cents a bushel lower on the near ay months to 1 cent higher on the distant, contracts, May $2.13#-%; corn imchanced 1% lower, May W/t-Vs', oats !• cent higher to 1% lower, May 7114-%; rye 1- low.er, May $1.25V&-Vi; soybeans l'/l lower, May $2,49V4-%. If You Need A TRUSS We have all sizes. Single and Double Fittings Guaranteed Reasonably Priced BUSJAHN'S . DRUG STORE Church Paper Defends Strikers In Spain MADRID, Spain (AP)— Spain's triking workers miners and industrial got a organ boost Saturday of the Roman latholic Church and there were ndications Gen. Francisco Fran:o may try to settle the walkouts >y granting better wages. Some 70,000 men—mostly coal miners in Asturias Province and workers in industrial areas around 3ilboa in the Basque country of :he north remained on strike in in unusual wave of labor trouble : or Spain. But there was no indication that :he work stoppages were spread- ng, and some government sources expressed the hope the movement had reached its crest. The Roman Catholic weekly magazine Eclesia, official publica- ion of the Spanish Catholic Acion, defended the workers' right :o strike as a natural and Chris- Jan right. Sources in Bilbao said Basque !atholic priests had been actively supporting the walkout of industrial workers from nearly a dozen important factories. The Catholic weekly is not sub' ject to government censorship which-has kept most news of the labor crisis out of the Spanish press. But Eclesia's editorials must have approval of the Church leadership. With some of the Asturias mine strikes entering their second month, there were indications that Franco's government has decided to speed a settlement, not by the old-fashioned method of force anc pressure, but by ordering negotia tion of broadly based labor agree- scheme based on better pay for improved production. Many Spanish workers keep families on wages of 4C to 60 pesetas a day. It lakes 66 pesetas to equal a dollar. Asturias' miners, who spearheaded the strike movement, are paid better than most. Citing higher living costs, they have been demanding the equivalent of about $2.10 a day, compared with .heir present $1.40 to 51.60 a day in order to get on the same wage evel with some industrial workers who recently^ got increases. Franco officials shouted "communist inspiration" when the first strikes began. But they appeared ;o be coming around to the idea .hat economic rather than political demands were the basis of most strikes. Some pro-Communist underground groups have been nibbling at the fringes of the labor crisis, but they seem to have had little success in attracting support. would not say wha ments. Officials plan Franco and his Cabinet adopted at a meeting Friday. But offi cial sources indicated it was a DEATHS GIRARD Final services for Mrs. Ethel Girard, 70, of Lake Cicott will be this afternoon at two o'clock at the Fisher funeral home. The Reverend Christian McClure will officiate 'and burial will be in the Davis cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Final TAYLOR rites for Mrs. Bertha Pearl. Taylor, 76, will be at 1:30 Monday at the McOloskey-Hamil- ton-Kahle funeral home. Dr. B. F. Smith will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funera' home and D. of A. services will be held there at 7:30 tonight. S. A. Corcoran Services Monday Final services for Sylvester A. Corcoran, 83, of 516 Henry street, will be at 11 a.in. Monday at St. Joseph's church. The Rl. Rev. Msgr. Maurice Foley will officiate and burial will be in St. Vincent's cemetery. Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home und the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. tonight. His death occured at 9 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's hospital. He had been in failing health for some time. A retired Rockwell Standard Spring Co. employe, he had formerly been sexton of St. Vincent's cemetery from 1929 until 1943. A native of Brazil, Indiana, he was born January 6, 1879. Survivors are two sons and two daughters: Eugene S., 600 Cul- berlson; Charles F., Niles, Mich.; Mrs. Joseph Eagan, 500 Henry; Mrs. Harold Kindler, Huntington; ten grandchildren; four great- grandchildren; one brother,.'Bernard, 1217 North; one sister, Mrs. Agnes Beck, Indianapolis; nieces and nephews. His wife, Blanche, died in 1950. He was a.member of St. Joseph's church and the Holy' Name society. Mother Of American Prisoner In Tokyo TOKYO (AP)—Mary Downey of New Britain, Conn., mother of John Downey, an American imprisoned in Communist China since 1952, arrived here early Sunday en route to visit hc r son. She was accompanied by her son, William. Both Mrs. Downey and her son declined to discuss their plan for entering Red China. In New York, William said they planned to enter Red China Tuesday near Hong Kong. They will leave Tokyo some time Sunday for the British crown colony. Top Honor . . . Our hats go off v to these Pharos-Tribune & Press carrier-salesmen, our future business men of Logansport. These boys have taken their training seriously and have made a good record for this month. HONOR ROLL FOR APRIL, 1962 PHAROS-TRIBUNE CARRIERS JIM ALBRECHT JOEL NATHAN DAN MONNIER JOHN BEST DAVID BASHORE MIKE MORROW DONALD LOMBARDI MIKE'GALBREATH NANCY KLEINMAN TIM WAGNER MIKE LOGAN TOM OVERPECK JOHN MORRIS *.J1 -LONIE STRAUCH RICHARD HICKMAN JOHN HART LINCOLN OSBORN BRUCE MOORE • STEVE SCAGNOLI KEVIN PATTY BILL OTT JIM BRINEY _ DANNY HARMON ' EARL RICHTER JIM MCDONALD DOUGLAS WISLEY DON SCHACHE JOHN ANTONELLI SCOTT BRADY MIKE CHADWICK STEVE LONER DON WEIAND MIKE TIMMONS MILTON GIBBS JONADAIR TOM WEST PAUL GRANT LOGANSPORT PRESS CARRIERS DANNY HUGHES JIM SANDERS JOHN HATCHER DAVID MOORE ROGER HARGROVE DON GRIB&LE REX COON DON TRIBBETT JEFF PEAR. To qualify for the monthly Honor Roll each boy m ust prove himself dependable by having one or no complaints, paying his bill each week in full, promoting new subscribers and being prompt and cour- teous at all times. These boys have a bonus for their special efforts put forth in serving their custo- mers and oui's. CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT

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