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T\ro Logansporf, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune MONTICELLO Auditor Candidate To Speak At Event MONTICELLO - The Democratic candidate for State Auditor. Joseph A. Farina, will be the guest speaker at the White County Young Democrats meeting to be held on Thursday, May 18 at 8 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Buffalo Conservation Club. A movie entitled, "Where Were You?" will be shown. ONE-CAR ACCIDENT Frank H. Kellenburger-was apparently not injured after a .one- ear accident at Pike Creek Bridge Boy Starts $3,000 Fire At Winarnac WINAMAC - About $3,00.0 damage was caused by a fire started by a three-year-old boy playing with a jug of gasoline in his grandmother's kitchen while she was outside Monday. The youngster, grandson of Mrs. Minnie Garling, was at her home, 524 South Bunson. As he knocked over the jug, the pilot light on a gas water heater ignited the gas. The boy's hair was singed and his eyebrows burned off, but he escaped from the house, yelling. "fire." Three trucks made the run to the house at 4:30 p.m. and fought the blaze for two hours. The entire downstairs of the two-story frame house was destroyed. A room upstairs over the kitchen was damaged by fire, and a part of the roof in the rear of the house was destroyed. There also was smoke and water damage. Fire Chief Mike Garigan said damage to the house was estimated at ?2,000 and $1,000 to the furniture. The loss is covered partially by insurance. Peru Crash Injures Four PERU — A two-car collision injured four residents of Peru at 4 p.m. Sunday five miles southeast of here on Ind. 124. They were Oral Binkerd, 42, of 180 East Second St., injuries to knees and chest; his wife, Phyllis 41, a leg injury; William Barr, 17, of 636 Monroe Ave., injuries to chest; and Delcina Sopher, 14, of 20 Shields Ave., a fractured foot and bruises. The injured were brought to Dukes hospital in an Eikeriberry ambulance. All but Binkerd were admitted for treatment. Trooper John Rusie, who investigated, reported that Barr, en route west, crossed the center tone and collided with Binkerd's eastbound car. Indiana To Simmer Iri Heat This Week Indiana continued to simmer in a hot spell that should last most of the week. Forecasts called for Tuesday highs to range from the 80s to 93, and the five-day outlook indicated temperatures will average 8 to 10 degrees above normal central and south, and 4 to 8 degrees above normal north, this week. For the north portion, the outlook called for cooler Wednesday .and warmer again Thursday or Friday. Elsewhere, it will be "continued very warm" to Wednesday, then "not quite so warm remainder of week." IFYE'erToSpeak MONTICELLO - Ray Brewer, of El Salvador, Central America, who is an Indiana International Farm Youth Exchangee, will show slides and describe El Salvador to the White County junior leaders 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the 4-H Building at Reynolds. FIGURINE DESTROYED EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPI)- A trailer fire' Monday destroyed a hand-carved exhibit depicting .tH-: life of Christ that was insured fur $100,000. Saturday at 11:30 a.m. His new automobile received damages of approximately $200 when it struck the. guard rail of. the.bridge. Damage to the guard rail was estimated at ?25. Chief Deputy LeRoy Farney investigated. Mr. Kellenburger only recently recovered from an automobile collision last year which claimed the life of his wife Mildred. Sheriff Charles G. Miller investigated a break ; in at the home -of Glenn Timnj. at rural route 3, Monticello,- which occurred sometime Saturday between 12:15 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Missing was a necklace, and an item of woman's lin- greie. The.entire house and been ransacked. GOP MEETING 'Newell Timmons, twice-chairman of the White County Republicans Was re-elected to his third term at an organizational meeting held Saturday at 1 p. m. at the REMC. Mrs. Mary Washburn was elected to her second term as treasurer. Mrs. Eleanor Gisser, former vice-chairman for three successive terms, and Miss Margarel Shafer, secretary for nine terms announced their retirements. Succeeding Mrs; Gisser as Vice- chairman will be Mrs. J. W. Paul of Monticello, rural route, who is very capable and well known in Republican circles. Mrs. Charlotte Phillips, who served as executive secretary during the past term will succed Miss Shafer as secretary. DEMOS ELECT Phil Woods, of Chalmers, Big Creek Township, was re-elected to his second .term as chairman of the White County Democrats at a reorganization meeting held Saturday at 12:30 p.m. in the court room of the White County Court House. Mrs. Charles Wolf, of Reynolds, succeeds Mrs. Harry Frick of Monticello, who resigned as vice- chairman. Mrs. Arlhur Clerget of Chalmers remains as the. secretary, and Wilmer McClintic of Monticello succeeds C. 0. Downey ,also of Monticello, as treasurer. Await Autopsy In Death Probe ANDERSON, Ind. (UI)-Leslie Walker, 41, Anderson, arrested last week after the strangulation death of his wife, was free today as authorities awaited completion of an autopsy report before filing formal charges against him. Walker was released from Madison County Jail Monday upon expiration of the seven-day period in which formal charges must be filed after the arrest of a suspect in a murder case. He Was arrested on preliminary charges of murder. Deputy Prosecutor Everett E. McDaniels said Walker's wife, Sarah, 47, was found dead of strangulation in the couple's home May 1. McDaniels said he hoped the autopsy report could show whether she suffered the broken neck before or during the scuffle between the couple which followed a domestic quarrel. Church Group EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UPD- Methodist Studenl Movement leaders were scheduled to meet at Evansville College June 17-23. About 75 top student and adult MSM leaders will study needs and trends in the movement and make proposals for the future. The group will also adopl programs designed lo strengthen the witness of Christian students across the country, . Mrs. Beale "Fair" Mrs. Dorothy A. Beale of 67 Pollard St., was reported in fair condition at Memorial hospital after having a dizzy spell in her back yard while gathering mushiooms Monday afternoon. Her daughter, Mrs. Amy Quinn, said her mother complained of fauily breathing and was feeling very tired. Labor Leaders' Conviction Upheld By Supreme Court WASHINGTON (UPI) - The criminal convictions of two prominent labor union figures — Dave Beck and Maurice A. Hut- 1 cheson—were upheld Monday by split decisions of the Supreme Court. The court slit 4-_2 in turning down the appeal of Hutcheson, president of the AFL - CIO Carpenters Union, who was convicted of contempt of Congress for Ws refusal to answer questions at a Senate labor racketeering investigation. Hutcheson is also a vice president of the AFL - CIO. His union is the fifth largest in the nation. Beck, who was succeeded by James R. Hoffa as president of the Teamsters, was sentenced to not more than. 15 years, in the Washington State Penitentiary for the grand larceny conviction. He claimed in his appeal that the King County, Wash., grand jury that indicted him was not impartial and that adverse newspaper and radio publicity prevented his getting a fair trial. Hutcheson, president of the Carpenters union since 1852, was sentenced to six months in jail anc fined $500 for refusing .to answer 18 questions asked at the 1958 senate inquiry. He claimed in his appeal the Senate group question him bearing on state ceedings. The moned him in charges that union funds hac been used in an effort to balk an Indiana indictment involving highway scandals. had no right lo on any matters criminal pro- committee sum- connection with DRESS REHEARSAL—Members of the operetta cast at Tipton school are shown at a dress rehearsal in preparation for Hie program, "Young Abe Lincoln," to be given at the school on Thursday and Friday evenings, May 17 and 18. Two casts have been preparing for the operetta. (Staff Photo) Delphi DAR Chapter To Meet May 19 DELPHI - Charles Carroll Chapter D,.A.R. will meet at 1:30 >.m. Saturday, May 19, in the wme of Mrs. Robert VanNatta. Officers will be elected and a re>ort from the Continental Congress will be given. Mrs. Fred McCain and Mrs. ?red Hood will show slides of listorical restorations made by the National D.A.R. The American Legion Auxiliary of Harry Bohannon Post was to meet Tuesday night, May 15 at 7:30 in the Legion Home. Helen Rozhon, poppy chairman and Hazelle Kirkpatrick, chairman 'or Girls State were to give reports, H.D. Club The Washington Township H.D. !lub will entertain the Double Dozen HD club Wednesday night at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert Hinkle. Mrs. Charles Guckien will be the assistant hostess. Personals Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacIntire ol: Delphi left Saturday for a 10-day vacation in Miami Florida. Mrs, Laree Brass of Kokomo will stay with the Alexander chit dren and Mrs. Mary Vianco will stay with the Maclntire children in their absence. Mrs. Georgie Quinn, Mrs. Paul Crundwell, Mrs. 0. S. Powell, Mrs. Sophronia Palmer, Mrs. Fred McPherson and Mrs. Robert Bowman were in Nashville recently where they attended the Federa< lion of Arts Clubs Association meeting and visited the Brown county art gallery, the Tri Kappa art gallery and visited 12 studios of Brown county .artists. They made the trip from Indianapolis by chartered bus with other mem bers of art clubs. Fred Marchand, of Delphi, was arraigned in City court Monday on charges of driving while under the. influence of intoxicating liquor. He asked for an attorney and Judge Thomas Ives continued the case until Monday, May 21. Attorney Joseph T. Ives and Judge Thomas Ives drove to South Bend Monday afternoon on business. Mrs. Cora Loy, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Patton, and Mrs. Patton, was taken to the Home hospital at 4:30 a.m. Monday in the Jackson ambulance. Mrs. Susie Lang of Delphi was taken to the Home hospital Sunday at 1 p.m. Mrs, Bertha Chissom was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital Saturday in' the Jackson ambulance. John Disinger was brought home from the Home hospital Saturday in- the Jackson arnbu lance. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pearson of Wheeling entertained at dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robbins, of Delphi; Mrs, Pearl Mabbitt and daughter, Margaret of near Flora and Mr, and Mrs. Royce Myer of Flora. Members of the Home Demonstration Clubs of Carroll county are planning to attend the annual homemakers conference at Purdue University from June 12 to June 15th for a citizenship and safety workshop which will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 .p.m. each day. Miss Elaine Kull, county H.D. agent and Mrs. Fred McCain, county HD association president are making the plans. The enrollment must be in by June 1. Mrs. Paul Crundwell attended a district D.A.R. ; meeting in Rochester Friday. Appointment INDIANAPOLIS (UPI).- Dr. James Ploch, an Evansville chiropractor, was named by Governor Welsh Monday to succeed Dr. Clarence Aumann as a member- ol the Board of Medical Registration and Examination.,Aumann, is a chiropractor. from Indianapolis Both men are Republicans. FLIGHT LINE— Bunker Hill F-106 Sets Time Record BUNKER HILL AFB - The 319th Fighter-Intercepter Squadron's F-106A Delta Dart No. 590024 has set an all-time high flying time for F-106 aricraft when it flew 70 hours and 35 minutes during April. The previous record was just over 67 hours,, established by an ADC unit on the West 2oast. Capt. John J. Patterson lew the aircraft's last mission April 30. The aircraft's crew chief Ale Phillip J. George; the radar crew chief is Ale Roger J. Boulay, and the flight chief is TSgt. Donald E. Garrard. The average'number of hours lown per aircraft for the 319th during April was 25 hours. Aircraft 024 flew 35 sorties during the same month for a total of 70:35 hours, Twenty-nirie of the missions were scheduled radar sorties and the radar intercept success rate on this aircraft was slightly a bove the average of the entire squadron. The remaining six sorties were scheduled high-altitude 'target missions and functional check flights. . The aircraft was also on alert three days during the month and it had no ground aborts. Lt, Col. .Walter 0. Beane, Jr., 319th commander, and Major Robert Smith, chief of maintenance, extended their congratulations to all personnel involved in the record breaking month, particularly Airmen George and Boulay. The 319th had more total F-106 flying tune for April than for any previous month. The 827th Medical Group at the Bunker Hill AFB is planning a Medical Disaster Training program at the base June 2 in order to stimulate thinking and offer guidance lo the physicians of Indiana. Letters have been sent to the president, of each County Medical Society in the state inviting them to attend the program which will be divided into two phases: A disaster exercise in the morning and instruction in the afternoon, Included in the instruction period are Medical Disaster plans, emergency teams, field treatment and evacuation procedure, medical logistics, emergency and field communications and transportation. Also sanitation under disaster conditions, Professional Management of Mass Casulties and Reduction in Casualties by Passive Measures and Self-Aid. Col. Frank L. O'Brien, Wing Commander pointed out last week that since January 1st, this year, there has been three injuries and one fatality in privately owned motor'vehicle accidents involving base personnel. He said that it was the opinion of base safety officials that the one life could probably have been saved and the three injuries less serious if the person had taken the time to install safety belts in their automobiles. ' Col. O'Brien said over 5,500 of the belts have been sold since the program was initiated at the base, and experience is proving that it; is the persons who do not have them that can expect to suffer the most in an accident. He emphasized that it doesn't take much of a stop of any other "variety." of accidents to throw persons out of their seats and into their steering wheels or windshields. . Col. O'Brien warned that the seat belts don't provide much protection if left to lie idle and that there are still many persons who drive with unfastened belts. In conclusion, the Colonel urged base personnel to' contract the safety office as soon as possible ,and install safety belts. .. - '••'- Bunker Hill AFB's' Personnel iection has forwarded the names of 69 staff, sergeants and 49 technical sergeants to Second Air Force Headquarters for promotion to Technical and Master Sergeant respectively in the June 1st promotion cycle. The figures include .two each in both grades who were recommended as, being exceptionally well-qualified. CORE'S FATHER DIES SA'NDBORN, Ind. (UPI)-James It. Core, 82, father of Indiana Democratic State Chairman Manfred Core, died Monday night at his home in Sandborn. Core had been ill for the past •four or five years. BREAK GROUND FOR NEW REMC POWER PLANT PETERSBURG, Ind. (UPQ- Ground-breaking ceremonies were held here Monday for a new power plant to be built by Hoosiej* Statewide, an organization of Rural Electric Membership Corporations. "We have waited for this day 12 years," Riley Osburn, president of the Knox County REA, told the more than 500 persons assembled for the ceremonies. He said the project would provide 'a gauge for the cost of electrical power. Also speaking were Ray Green, mayor of Petersburg, and Ott Frye, mayor of Washington. The controversial project is to be built with $62 million borrowed from' the REA. Empty or replace vacuum cleaner dust bags frequently. The machine will perform better and you may avoid a burned-out motor. Tuesday Evening, May 15, 1962 'fitor©&te$ True Life Adventures] •HMBBlBBBIH^iiSES!^^^<«. ._— : ^?= : ?S^s5SSi^=i t**r>4'y;- ,» THE L.VNX PEEF SNOW IN VAIN SEAKCH Op FOOK AjrTHOUc5H STAKVINCS, HE .. .... _. _ __.„,,-., i^ . ----s.ffJijp^r^^^^S:?^^:^^^^.^ ^ •FJNPS A VICTIM/HIS APTACK IS WBKCe ANE> tr/CTAL. 5-15 H a rtke Says State Will Have Harbor WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. Vance Hartke, D-Ind., stated flatly Monday that Indiana will have a harbor, either public OT private, at Burns Ditch. Hartke and Rep. J. Edward Roush, D-Ind. are sponsors of legislation that would authorize the multi-million dollar Burn,-) Ditch port. Hartke said, "If no public harbor is built there, Midwest Slcel will build a private harbor. And if that is done, there never will be a public harbor in Indiana because there is not enough business elsewhere to justify it." The latest battle in the long fight concerns Rep. Sidney R. Yates', D-I1I, proposal of last week that Congress authorize a $150,000 appropriation to finance an Army Engineers' feasibility study of locating the harlx>r in the Hammond • Whiling.East Chicago, Ind., area. Roush said (he proposal was worthless and would just further delay the port, and that "we're at the place where we should move forward, not backward." Yates based his testimony to a House appropriations sub-committee on a plea to save the Indiana sand dunes, which he said would be destroj'ed by the proposed Burns Ditch port. Hartke said engineers have inspected the Lake Michigan shore from Michigan City to Indiana Harbor and concluded that the only place a port was economically feasible was at Burns Ditch. "No other known location would have the traffic prospects," the engineers' report said. Hartke said he was willing to abide by that decision. Yates also said that the engineers claim it would be two to three years before they would bo prepared to ask Congress for money to begin construction, ample lime for the study he proposed. Roush said "as soon as we get congressional authorization of the Burns Ditch port, we'll be asking fo r money. The time for doing that is not up lo the engineers lo determine, it's up to Congress." WHEN THE FINAL HAMMER GOES DOWN, WILL YOUR SALE PROVE TO BE A SUCCESS OR FAILURE? 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