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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune PERU— Two Airmen Uninjured In Accident PERU — Two airmen escaped injury at 3 a.m. Sunday in a one- car mishap which occurred on the Blair Pike, two miles northwest of here. Trooper Lewis Glassburn, who investigated, reported that Airman Arthur Lutz, 18, Bunker Hill AFB, was traveling south on a blacktop road and failed to stop for the pike. The car crossed the road and struck a pole at the entrance to the Koger Kemple residence. Damage to the car was. estimated at $500. City Court In city court Monday afternoon several persons were fined. Clarence Wingard, 28, Peru,. drew a fine of $5 and costs on a charge of assault and battery filed by Clarence Worden, 53, of rural route 2, Peru. Wpr3en, who was arrested on a similiar charged filed against him by Wingard, was found not guilty. Robert Tucker, 39, 61 E. River St., was fined $5 and costs, his driver's license was suspended for six months and he was given a 30 days jail sentence on conviction, of a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. Others fined were Joseph Hooper, 28, Columbus, Ohio., $5 and costs, public intoxication; Keith Tingley, 38, Tuscola, 111., $1 and costs, improper passing and there were two forfeitures of bonds including Anna Brooks, 40, rural route 4, Peru, for speeding and Oliver Leonard, 87, of Macy, for failure to yield the right of way. Two Injured Two Peru youths suffered minor injuries in a two-car accident which occurred near Decatur Sunday. They were Jack McPherson and Carl Smith. The youths were passengers in a car operated by David Thompson of \Vabash. McPherson suffered a deep gash on his head and Smith suffered cuts and bruises. ' LONDON (UPI) - Sportsman and Malayan rubber magnate •Heah Joo Seang died Monday of an undisclosed ailment, a spokesman for the Malayan High Commission reported. Journalism Teacher Given Fellowship A fellowship for summer study in journalism at Indiana university has been awarded to Miss Hilda Keams, route 2, Mora^ by The Newspaper Fund, it was announced Tuesday at New York City. Miss .Kearns is one of 15 Indiana teachers receiving the grants. She is a teacher in. the Frankfort community schools. The grants are made possible through gifts of The Wall Street Journal. The program is part of a nationwide effort by The Newspaper Fund to stimulate a stronger flow of better talent toward newspaper careers. I Deaths in the News By United Press International ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) — Funeral arrangements were being made today for Elzey Roberts Sr., 70, former publisher of the old St. Louis Star-Times. Roberts, who died Monday of a heart ailment, sold the Star-Times in 1951 to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. NEW YORK (UPI) — Mark Sherwin, 51, news editor of the New York Post and a former college instructor, died Monday. CHILUCOTBE, Ohio (UPI) — Burton E. Stevenson, 90, author and editor of several books of quotations, died Sunday after a long illness. NEW YORK (UPI) - Franz Joseph Kline, 51, a leader at the abstract expressionist school of painting, died Monday of a heart ailment. MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. (UPI) — Services will be conducted Wednesday for movie and television comedian Frank Jenks, 57, who played in more than 250 films and television shows. Step Up Plan for Cuban Refugees. To Settle in U. S. MIAMI, Fla. (UPI) — Welfare Secretary Abraham Ribicoff announced today the government was stepping up its program to get refugees from Cuba to settle throughout the United States. Ribicoff said Cuban refugees still were arriving at the rate of 1,800 a week but only one third of them were leaving the Miami area. He appealed to the nation's mayors to get more of these "heroic, proud, bewildered, wonderful people" to settle elsewhere.' In an address to the annual National Conference of Mayors, the secretary outlined plans aimed at dispersing the flow of refugees. Among other thinks, he said the government would foot the 'bill for any aid necessary in resettlement of the newcomers. "They will not become charges of the new community," he pledged. Ribicoff said 70,000 of 96,000 Cuban refugees so far have settled in the Miami area, placing a heavy burden on a single sea tion. He urged the mayors to help in the "work to frustrate the evil of Castro's Cuba" by aiding the refugees in finding jobs and places to live. The Cabinet officer said the number being resettled out of the Miami area must be increased from'600 to 2,000 a week. GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (UPI) — Mrs. Gladys Hummer Treesh, mother of United Press International staff writer Frederick H. Treesh, died Monday at 'the home of her son here. Mrs. Treesh, of Wilkinsburg, Pa., was the widow of Elvin J. Treesh.' Funeral services were scheduled Wednesday in Wilkins•burg, Mayor Boswell Blames Welsh's 'Palace Guard' NOBLESVTLLE, Ind. (UPD- Indianapolis mayor Charles Boswell said Monday night Governor Welsh's decision to dictate to the Democratic State Convention was unwise and undemocratic. He told a Rotary Club meeting that "it is doubtful if any governor of this century has received more wrong advice from his high paid associates than has Governor Welsh." Welsh last week endorsed State Rep. Birch B.ayh over Boswell for the U.S. senatorial nomination. Boswell said the "palace guard" was assuring defeat this fall by continuing to force the governor to boss the party convention. "More than 2,500 delegates should not be herded into a steaming cattle barn and told whom they should select for their nomi nee. This is undemocratic action within the ranks of the Demo' crati-c party," Boswell said. HOLD SALAD LUNCHEON Honorary members of the Second Mothers study club featured a salad luncheon Monday noon at the 50—17th street hall with 28 in attendance. During the afternoon canasta and bridge were played. Prizes for canasta went to Jane Young, Martha Newcomb, Blanche McMillen and Martha McArty while bridge winners were Gladys Billman, Edith Bailey, Florence Viney and Ruth Brink. Dorothy Hershberger and Maibel David won-the door prizes. The committee in charge included: Elinor Gerst, Mary Eikenberry, Freeda Foreman, Leona R o d a- baugh and Gladys Etnire. The next meeting will be a picnic on June 11 at the home of Florence Viney. INDIAN CREEK CWF The CWF of the Indian Creek church convened recently at the church .with Jessie Powlen, Gene- cie Powlen and Hildegarde Powlen serving as hostesses. Genecie Powlen offered devotions, followed with the lesson on Argentina given • by Jessie Powlen. Hildegarde Powlen led a discussion on the book of Revela^ tions. The secretary's report was given and roll call answered by 13 members. Each member received a corsage and the door prize was won by Edna Herd. Refresh mentss were served. Read the Want Ads! 148 Arrests By Police City police made • 148 arrests during .the month of April, according to'Mayor Otto Neumann, after the board of works had been given the monthly report by Chief of Polipe Lee Morris Tuesday morning. Sixty five of the arrests were for Bleeding, the major cause of the 88 traffic arrests made. during the period. THERE WEKE 60 criminal and misdemeanor arrests during the month, according to the report, 29 of which were for public intoxication. Fines and costs for all arrests amounted to 54,013.75.- Parking violation penalities amounted to J756 during the month and income from parking permits was ten fuo. The report said 145 of those arrested were found guilty. Two cases were dismissed and one defendant was .found not 1 guilty. Toostmosters Form Local Gavel Club Members of the Logansport Toastmaster's Club met with 25 male patients at Logansport state hospital Monday' night as the first step in organizing a chapter of the club there. Presiding at the meeting was Gerald O'Morrow, activities director, who outlined the purpose and intent of the organization and explained its successful operation at the Evansville state hospital. O'MORROW SAID two such clubs had been organized at the Evansville hospital, one six years ago, and both had been of great therapeutic value to patients. Harlan Davis, president of the local club, attended along with five members. The state hospital unit would become a "gavel club", an affiliate of the Logansport club. Dues would bo paid by the recreation department. A FORMAL meeting was scheduled June 11 at the. hospital at which members of the Logansport club will give patient members a demonstration in the methods and procedures used by Toastmasters. Ronald Sitter, recreation therapist, will be staff advisor for the :lub. Meetings are planned once a month this summer and twice a month beginning next fall. Shaver Is Stolen At Sewage Plant Theft of an electric shaver and carrying case valued at $30 was reported to the Cass county sheriff's office Monday by J. J. Engles, 229 Cole St. The shaver was taken from a clothes cabinet at the sewage disposal plant after a filing cabinet had been pried open. The theft was investigated by Deputy Sheriff Robert Kiesling. News of Business, Industry NEW YORK (UPI)-Waiter W. Heller, chief economic adviser to President Kennedy, said Monday that despite the slump in ihe stock market, business expansion which began last year "is very much alive and kicking." Citing recent reports showing increased housing starts and new car sales, Heller said "It is clear that the economy has shifted into a higher gear, and I expect to see a sustained advance in the months ahead." ; WASHINGTON—A Federal Power Commission examiner ruled that Humble Oil & Refining's proposed acquisition of the stock of Olin Oil & Gas Corp. does not come under FPC jurisdiction. H upheld by the full commission, the ruling clears the.way for an exchange of shares of Jersey Standard, Humble's parent, for Olin stock. WASHINGTON'— The Federal Trade Commission announced plans to provide advisory opinions ;o businessmen on legality ..of trade practices they propose to initiate. The FTC. also said.it would issue a new .set of regulations, rules to detail unlawful activity, in 'another step to'provide guidance for businessmen.' NEW YOEK —Henry M. Watts Jr. was elected chairman of the Nfew York Stock Exchange for a one-year term. Watts has been ierving as chairman since late February, when he succeeded J. Truman Bidwell, who resigned after being indicted on charges of income tax evasion. Big Decision JERUSALEM, Israel (UP!) — The Israeli Supreme Court..will announce its decision May 29. on convicted Nazi mass killer Adolf Eichmann's appeal against his death sentence. Eichmann, a former high official in the Nazi SS, was kidnaped from Argentina by Israeli agents and tried and convicted in Israel last Dec. 15 for his part in the killing of an estimated six million Jews in Europe during World War H. Antique Car Hits Bike; Girl Dies By United Press International A 30-year-old atique car struck a girl on a bicycle Monday night on a highway in DeKalb County, killing the child and raising Indiana's 1962 traffic death toll to at least 370. Linda Wicker, 14, Garrett, was the victim, struck by a 1932 Fierce-Arrow driven by Arthur •Fike, 63, Corunna. Fike, told authorities the bike had no tailb'ght or reflector and he did not see it until too late to stop or swerve as he drove along Indiana 327 a mile north of Garrelt. Sue Hilton, 15, Garrett, who was riding another bicycle in company with Linda, was not hit by the car. It was the fourth fatality of the day as a new week started after a weekend in which seven persons were Wiled. Richard L. Pechmer, 25, Milwaukee, Wis., was killed Monday night near Conrad when his car crashed into an oil tank truck. Police said the accident happened about four miles south of the Lake County line in Newton County. The tank truck did not catch fire. Earlier, John Hayes, 28, Coloma,,Mich., was killed when he fell asleep at the wheel of his tank truck, and it crashed into two State Highway Department trucks near Gary. His truck caught fire and the gas it was carrying exploded. He was trapped in the cab. Roger Egle, 19, Marion, was killed about five miles east of Marion when the car in which he was riding was struck by a truck on Indiana 18. TRANSPORTATION WEEK WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Kennedy Monday proclaimed this week as National Transportation Week. Read the Want Ads! PLEASE Buy Your Cool and Oil From Ui. Thank You. WOLF COAl & SUPPLY CO. Tuesday Evening, May 15, 1962 Farm Bureau Items ADAMS Members of the Adams township Farm Bureau will meet Wednesday evening at Memorial Hall. A mother's day program and a memorial for deceased members will be featured. A short skit entitled, "Mother's Securities," will be presented. Ruth Hill, Carf Rudicel and Howard Hinkle will serve on the social committee. HARRISON Eighty-five members of the Harbison township Farm Bureau met recently at the Lucerne school for a ham supper. Frank Myers, president, gave devotions and Don Henderson spoke on Farm Bureau policies. James Benson, Rural Youth president, gave a talk on auto safety seat belts. Mrs. Betty Zitnmer received a gift for having the youngest child present 'and Mrs. Lulu Baker received a gift for having the most grandchildren. Margaret Crimmins, safety and education leader, announced the Farm Bureau talent show to be he!d at the Noble township school Juna 29. Entrants should contact Margaret' Crimmins before June 13. Motorist Who Hit Fence Is Sought Five fence posts and five rods of fencing on the C. H. McDonald farm near Lucerne were destroyed by a hit-and-run driver early Sunday morning, according to Cass county Sheriff Bernard Leavitt Leavitt said the car was travel- ling west on Indiana 16 and left the highway near county road 358 W, where it struck the fence. The sheriff said paint on the posts indicates the automobile was green. VOTE ON WAGE OFFER SAARBRUECKEN, Germany, (UPI) — About 45,000 striking' coal miners scheduled a vote today on whether to accept an 8 ?er cent pay raise agreed to bj ;he federal and Saarland governments. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincerest appreciation to friends, singer Mr. Ted Drye, Rev. Holt, Dr. King and Dr. Hedde, nurses at Memorial hospital, McCloskey-Hamilton- Kahle funeral home for the acts o£ kindness and sympathy shown us at the death of our mother, Clys•tie Mae Weiss. —Theda Leffel, Morrie and Francis Turnpaugh. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincerest appreciation to friends and neighbors, Hev. Graham, ladies of Center Presbyterian church, Fish- 2r funeral home and relatives of ihe family of Raleigh Guy for flowers, consoling words, food and cards. —Mabel Guy and family. ROSS REID IROOFS'EM RIGHT! ESTIMATES FREE Ph. 3388 ALL WORK GUARANTEED! I / '. . „ This drawing approximates what a No. 1 (excellent) rating in a standard smoke test looks like. It indicates practically no smoke at all ... and it was scored by new hydrogenated Marafuel. This is important to you because a fuel oil with a No. 1 rating could carry you for years without a burner cleaning. Service costs are therefore lower and your burner, more carbon free, delivers more heat per gallon than non-hydrogenated fuel oils. HEW MARAFUEL'HEATIHG OIL MEAHS STILL GREATER PEACE OF MIND WITH: 1 COST-CUTTING HYDROGENATION 2 SICKNESS PROTECTION The hydrogenation process represents a major improvement in Marafuel Heating Oil. As the smoke test above shows, new Marafuel leaves less carbon than ordinary fuel oils. This means fewer cleaning jobs in your burner... less heat-robbing soot... less gum on burner nozzle. You get more heat per gallon. If you become ill and can't work for 14 days or more, the insured Marafuel Budget Plan pays your heating bill for the entire length of your illness under a doctor's care-for the rest'of the heating season in case of death. And this'insured Marafuel Budget Plan* costs you nothing-no service charge ..'. no hidden costs. 3 BUDGET-PLANNED BILLS The insured Marafuel Budget Plan also takes the mountain peaks out of your heating bill during the coldest months. It averages out your heating .charges to make ten monthly installments from September to June. You pay the same monthly amount during the entire home heating season.. You budget your heating bills in advance. 4 RUST-INHIBITING SUMMER FILL New hydrogenated Marafuel, as a summer fillj provides greater protection against sludge formation and rust from condensation. You won't be billed until fall and you're charged the lower summer rate. So don't buy just heating fuel. Buy Marafuel and enjoy greater protection and greater peace of mind than ever. CALL YOUR MARAFUEL DISTRIBUTOR TODAY MARATHON GOES FARTHER TO MAKE FRIENDS *The insured Marafuel Budget Plan ia underwritten by a legal reserve life insurance company HEAT H. R. 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