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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 16, 1962
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Twenty-eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fred Seaton Wins in Nebraska Landslide By United Press International The favorites and the incumbents appeared certain of renom- ination today in most of the prl mary. elections in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Nebraska. The posts at stake included the governorships of all three states and various U.S. House and Sen ate seats. The best-known figure in the primaries, Fred Seaton, won the Republican nomination for governor of Nebraska by a landslide. With about half of the' state's precincts reporting, Seaton, interior secretary in the Eisenhower administration, held a 9-1 margin Farm Bureau Items DEER CREEK Mothers were honored by the members of the Pet and Hobby Club at the Deer Creek township Farm Bureau meeting held Monday evening at the Deacon school. Taking part in the program were Diane and Stanley Martin, Ellen and Jimmy Morgan, Jeffrey Stafford, Terry and Denise Downham. Mrs. Helen Beck and Mrs. Ethel Snider were the lucky mothers who were presented with African violets. Dale Beck, vice-chairman, presided. He introduced George Hyman who spoke on the history of the township, dating back to when it was part of'the Miami Indian reservation. Lowel Morgan led group singing and Helen Martin played piano accompaniment. Helen Morgan announced the talent contest for the next meeting. Pet and Hobby members made memo pads as gifts for their mothers. On the June committee are Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gotshall, Alvin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plank, Mrs. Naomi Plank and Mr. and Mrs. Webster Adkinson. TIPTON Members of the Tipton township Farm Bureau met Tuesday evening at the grade school in Walton and selected Mary Kay Carey, 12, for the county talent show program. Miss Carey played a piano solo. There were other musical selections offered in the township talent program. Joe Ingle, chairman, announced the county talent show would be June 20 at Noble township school. The county picnic will be August 18. Flag pledges were led by Leona Patterson, woman's leader, • who also was in charge of the memorial service. Eddie Snider gave devotions using Mother as his theme. Mary Alice Rush gave the secretary's report. Pet and Hobby members gave handkerchiefs to all mothers and a planter was presented to Mrs. Patterson. Tipton township Pet and Hobby members met with their leaders, Linda Garber and Joan Ingle. They made remembrances for their mothers. The next meeting of the Bureau will be June 19. Present Awards At Pack Meeting Awards were presented to six Cub Scouts at a meeting Tuesday . night of Pack 316 at Fairview school. They were: Terry Clem ,and Robert Clem, Bear badges; Jere Hunter, gold arrow under Bear; Allen Penny, gold arrow under Wolf; Ricky Rouser, silver arrow under Wolf; and Keith Freeman, silver arrow under Lion. .Birthday awards went to Jimmy Rose, Richard Reynolds, Robert Hoagland and Jack Hoagland. The Pack will hold a skating party from 5 to 7:15 p.m. Sunday at Nick's rink. Now You Know Josephine was a widow when she married Napoleon, who was six years younger than she. Her first husband, the Viscount de Beauharnais, was guillotined during the reign of terror. over his nearest opponent, George A. Clark. He will face Gov. Frank B. .Morrison in November. Morrison defeated Mrs. Ralph G. Brooks, the widow of his predecessor as governor, by a margin of about 5-1. In Pennsylvania, former Philadelphia Mayor Richardson Oil- worth held a whopping .margin in the Democratic primary for the governorship. It appeared he would face a fellow Yale man, Rep. William W. Scranton, who held an even bigger lead in the GOP primary. In Maryland, Gov. J. Millard Tawes won the Democratic re- nomination to face the former state motor vehicles commissioner, Frank Small, the Republican nominee, in the fall. Other major primaries: Maryland: Lawyer Carlton Sickles held a solid lead in the Democratic nomination for. congressman-at-large over state House Speaker Perry Wilkinson. In the closest race in the state, former congressman Edward Miller held a slight edge over attorney James Gleason in the GOP race for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Republican John Marshall Butler. The winner will face Rep. Daniel Brewster, who handily won the Democratic nod. The state's other six congressmen were renomina- ted. Pennsylvania: Sen. Joseph S. Clark was unopposed in his bid for the Democratic renomination. He will face Rep. James Van Zandt, who was unopposed on the ~OP ticket. Nebraska: Rep. Ralph Beermann held a tiny lead over Rep. Phil Weaver in a race for re- nomination on the GOP ticket. The two congressmen were thrown into the same district by congressional reapportionment. GOP Rep. Glenn Cunningham was unopposed for renomination, and Rep. David T. Martin appeared to have won going away in his Republican primary for renomination. Labor Contract NEW YORK — Aluminum Com- jany of America and United Steelworkers get down to hard bargaining on basic issues on a new labor contract more than two months in advance of the expiration of the jresent pact. Some bargainers ex- jressed optimism that agreement on issues can be reached in a few weeks. New Effort In Literacy Voter Tests WASHINGTON '(UPI) - The chairman of,the House Judiciary Committee said today he will fry to get congressional approval .0] a constitutional amendment to outlaw discriminatory literacy tests for voters. Chairman Emanuel Celler, D- N.Y., said he felt a ban on the use of literacy tests to 'keep persons from voting would command more support as a constitutional amendment than as a regular bill, such ast he one the Senate has sidetracked. The Senate voted 48-34 Tuesday to set aside a regular bill to make a .sixth-grade education proof of literacy for. voting in federal elections. It shelved the bill for this year, ending a three- week wrangle. Cellar said, that when his committee has cleared a constitutional amendment barring poll taxes, which the Senate has already approved, it would take up the literacy test issue. Other congressional news: Medicare: A possibly fatal blow was delivered to prospects this year for approval of a medical care for the elderly program under Social Security. Hep. Clark W. Thompson, D-Tex., one of the Democrats who had been tentatively counted on to help .get some version of the administration program out of the House Ways & Means Committee, announced he would vote against it. Phillipines: The House Foreign Affairs Committee was expected to approve a new version of a controversial $73 million bill to pay Philippines war claims. Rejection of the original bill by the House last week caused a major rupture between the United States and the Philippines. CassTax Receipts $35,000 Higher Tax receipts for the spring paying season are expected to be approximately $35,000 higher than for the same period a year ago, according to county Treasurer Forest Montgomery. Receipts for the period, including Tuesday, 'amounted to $2,228,291.92 while the entire receipts in the spring period in 1981 amounted to $2,193,464.53, Montgomery said. He added there will probably be no more than an additional $2,000 in the balance of the mail to 'be opened. Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491, 10 w. lii 24 Hr. Color film Service Kodacolor—Ectachrome—Kodachroma und.. AV.. Joe Vivians Fotoshop Dial 2332 'Mid Week Attraction 1 A REAL SWINGING COMBO To 'Chase Those Mid-Week (Blues YOUR HOSTS Jack Small and Benny BENNY'S TT BAR GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding plants, vogolable and flower plants best varieties, potfod tomatoes, delphinium, painted and shasta daisies, swoet wllliam, baby breath, bleeding hearts, cli- matis and other perennials. MARKERFS GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Labor Group Hears Of Zoning Program Labor representatives from three counties heard of the advantages of county zoning at a meeting Tuesday night. Speaking before the Labor Assembly of Cass, White and Fulton counties was Theodore Schulenberg, executive director of the State Department of Commerce, Agriculture, Industry and Public Relations. Schulenberg said . tax money had been saved by counties having a program of planning and zoning. He cited several counties of a size comparable to Cass where this -advantage has been demonstrated. In one county where there had been no county planning program, Schulenberg said, it was necessary for the county to spend $60,000 a year to rebuild subdivision streets. Thig .would not have happened if subdivision standards hd been in effect, he said. Making the community attractive to new industry was.the other major advantage of county plan- GOVERNMENT BUYS TOWN BLOOMING-TON, Ind. (UPI1— The crossroads town of Fairfax was established in 1836 but during its 126 years of life it never grew. On Tuesday, it ceased to exist as a property taxing unit in Monroe County, victim of progress. The federal government bought 26 properties totaling 1,320 acres in the latest land purchase for construction O f the Monroe Reservoir, which will become Indiana's largest body of water. Among the properties were all those'located in Fairfax. The purchases included the few homes and a covered bridge within the unicorporated limits of Fairfax. Myers Greenhouse, Dial 3996 2018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4739 WEEDEZ WONDER BAR . Kills Broadleaf Weeds KASCH'S Pet and Lawn Supply 524 E. Market Phone 4328 H. R. DIETZE Plumbing & Heating Reiiclential-Commorcial Indurtrial Phone 3409 425 2nd St. PLEASE Buy Your Coat and Oil From Us. Thank You. WOLF COM & SUPPLY CO. ning listed by Schulenberg. Before locaating in a community, industry almost always sets out a requirement that zoning be in effect, asserted. Planning and zoning demonstrate thp attitude of the local government toward industry, he said. Until two or three years ago, Schulenberg said, to plan or not to plan was largely a matter of choice. It has since, become almost essential, he added. Schulenberg said that in counties where there were rural objections to county planning, the objections have been worked out after the purposes of the program were explained to the.peo- ple. In Allen county, he said, several hundred people from one community appeared at a hearing to oppose county planning. Following the hearing, a new industry moved into the community and the people, seeing the effect of plan- nig, were unanimously in favor of it four months later. The meeting was held in the Labor Temple on Market street. Large Crowd Tours Center A large crowd attended the open house at Hendricks Habilita lion Center Tuesday night,, the second to be held since the center opened . a year ago. On display were products produced by mentally and physically handicapped young men and women. Visitors were given tours of the building and saw trainees at work on various projects. HENRY JONES, director of the center, said Wednesday he felt the open house gives the com munity a "better understanding on how they can aid in keeping the center in operation". Much of the Center's operational expense is provided by the United.Funu. Refreshments were served by Sigma Phi Gamma sorority. Two quilts donated to the center by Mrs. H, V. Caldwell were won by Mrs. Marie Flowers and Mrs. Mary Hansard. In Memory of George Odom who passed away four years ago May 16th. —Wife and daughter. julekly, easily at HOOSIER FINANCE New clothes, new lawn, new mower! Whatever your expenses, it's easy to get ths cash you need. Personal attention, friendly, confidential service. And quick. Call us today! LOANS UP TO $450 -OR MORE! C HOOSIER"* FINANCEJ HOOSIER FINANCE 504 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3156 STRfTCH YOUR BUDGET DOLLAR WITH HOME KILLED Thursday-Friday-Saturday Specials GROUND BEEF 3 lM .$'l PLATE BOH IEAN '.«. 15t SIWLOIN STEAK . «• 79c RIB STiAK . . u 59c CHUCK ROAST „ 43c SMOKED SAUSAGE „,««*«,«« «. 49e WHOLESALE RCTAIL Open Man. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Custom Butchering and Curing-Small Shop-Big Values SIDNEY PIKE MARKET E. Main Free Parking Phone 2316 Wednesday Evening, May 16, 3962 URGES AGED. 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