Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 18, 1962 · Page 8
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Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Wyatt Discusses Career Teaching INDIANAPOLIS (UPD—Robert H. Wyatt, executive secretary of the Indiana' State Teachers Association, said today that local school corporations are showing "a very intelligent attitude toward career teaching" in their adoption of salary schedules for 1962-63. Wyatt said a Imited survey of new salary schedules now in the process of preparation around the state showed "there have been some pretty substantial • increases." He mentioned specifically several school corporations in the northwestern quarter of the slate, , including Lafayette and South Bend. Wyatt said a limited survey of beginning college graduates are generally not up very much, but those for' experienced teachers with degrees who have been in the profession for years are up more. "That's one of_ (he things .that has been neglected badly," Wyatl said. "We've been sort of lotting the career people sit, thinking they are 40 or 50 years old and not going to leave the school sys- Legion Unit At Caimden Set Events Support Cut in Latin Aid Plan WASHINGTON .(UPI) -Leaders of the House Foreign Affairs Committee have decided to support a 20 per cent, cut in President Kennedy's Alliance for Progress aid program for Latin America. They also agreed that after this year, funds should be made •repayable on a loan basis. Grants would be out unless the administration could make special cases for them. The decision will probably be upheld by formal committee action next week. lem anyway. "But I believe they, have discovered that position , has had A bad effect on the younger teachers who begin thinking of just where are they going to get eventually." Wyatt said he believed the uncertainty of future tax rates because of the present real estate and personal property reassessment in Indiana was having, little or no effect on the size of a salary .increases for teachers. He said the evidence is piling up that the property valuations used as the tax base will be up and the amount of the tax rate to raise a given number of dollars will be down, tending .to be to the advantage of budget makers • in considering proposed levies for next year. Wyatt said .the ISTA will seek increases in minimum salaries for :eachers at the 1963 Legislature, but he declined to speculate how much more.' The present minimum for college graduates is $3,600. The 1981 Legislature received a ill to raise' the minimum to $4,500. It passed the Senate 30-16 ut was killed in the House. Wyatt also described the strike s a weapon in salary disputes Between teachers and school Boards. "Our position is that the strike s not a suitable instrument for settling those'matters," he said. Wyatt said written agreements should prevail beween boards and teacher groups establishing negotiating policies. "We think teachers should have every right to insist on continua lion of negotiations until something satisfactory is worked out,'' he said. "The law doesn't provide that teachers have to take the first contract shoved into their hands." CAMDEN—Twenty were present at the meeting of the American, Legion Auxillajry, Unit No. 413, as it met in the Legion Home, recently. Esta Carter, Esther Beamer and Doris Sieber served as hostesses. 1 . President Grace Arion announced during the business meeting hat the' Mental Health 1 drive would be held during the afternoon of May 28. The annual Pop>y Day will be observed on May 25 and,26.' A '-nominating committee corn- rased of Alice Linn, Georgia rlartman and Thelma Snoeberger was appointed. r Poppy posters are being made jy the sixth grade of the. Camden school and were judged. Phyllis Galloway won first place, Anna Lee Wagoner . was second Early estimates show that local advertisers in -the U.S. spent $2,821,000,000 in daily newspapers last year. One of the leading categories of local advertisers is department stores, which invest 91% of their promotion budgets in newspapers. NOTICE I will not be -responsible for debts contracted for by -any other than myself. —Robert F. "Richards, ' 706' Lafayette Dr. St. John's Commandary No. 24 Called Conclave Sunday, 8:45 a.m., to attend church services at New Wavcrly. Be sure and wear your uniform, if you have one. If you don't have uniform, attend anyway. —Clelus C. Fitz, E. C. At Kasch's you can get Vegetable Dust Rose Dust Bean Beetle Dust with Sevin Veg. Dust with Sevin • Weed Killers • Ross Root Feeders KASCH'S Pet and Lawn Supply 524 E. Market Phone 4328 and Judy Joyce placed third. WSCS Meets Fourteen members and two guests were present • at si' meetr ing of the WSCS of the Methodist church which was held' in the home of Mrs. Wayne Edging Thursday .evening. Mrs. Gerald Harrison served as co-hostess. I Devotions, were presented by Mrs. Cecil Wallace with the lesson topic being discussed by Mis John Wise. Mrs. Winfrey Lloyd and Mis Wise were in charge of the Memorial -service held for Mrs. Effie Guard. YLCW Election Held The YLCW in a meeting held at the Lutheran church Thursday evening elected new officeis Those newly elected were Mary Lou Johnson, president; Stella Johnson, vice-president; Helen Tesh, secretary and Joan Dittman, treasurer. , The lesson topic was discussed ay Florence Leslie/' Jackson ;Twp; HD Mrs. Floyd Gardner was hostess in her home for. twenty-eight members , and t'jvo guests of the Jackson Twp. Home Demonstration club. She ,|was • assisted by Mrs. Earl Chapman' and Mrs, Gerald Harrison 1 . , The next meeting will be .held on June 13 with:;Mrs. Orville-'Hinkle serving 'as" hostess assisted by . Mrs.- Mary; Sharp and'Mrs. Pearl Hankins. ; ' . Baptist Society An interesting'program was pro sented to the members of the Baptist Missionary Society when they met in the home of Mrs. Marion A. 1 Wagoner Thursday evening. Members of the program committee were, Mesdames Grace Sharp, Russell' Hankins anc James Duncan also Mary Shapp, Marion Frances' Wagoner, Jamei Sharp and Jesse Starkey. Coming Events The Young .Adult Fellowship will meet next Sunday afternoon, May. 20, at the Salamonie River State Forest at Lagro-. ait 2 p.m. Should the weather not be favorable it will be held in the Andrews church. . ' • Personals Mr. and Mrs. Dean Allbaugh and 'sons of .Anderson spent the weekend with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ' George have, returned home after visiting relatives in many states . and spending the winter months in Tucson, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. George Hollingsworth of , Anderson visited her mother, Mrs. Lillian Britlon Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen. Brit-ton. < Dean Maxwell and family have moved to Kokomo. Elmer Honecker of Altoona, P'a-. has been visiting with his sister,' Mrs. Robert Kuns and family.; Preliminary estimates , revcjal that local advertising in newspsip- ers for 1981 accounted for 23.8% of the total; advertising/volume in all media for. the year. CARRY-OUT SPECIALS SEVEN DAYS EVERY WEEK 4 BREADED COINS YOUR CHOICE 4 FISH • Only $1.00 4 CHEESEBURGERS FREE lib. FRENCH FRIES 3 HAMBURGERS with Each Special Mix 'em if you 1 wish. Extra sandwichns met/ be had at same savings; Extra Fronr.h Fries, 1 Ib. 25c. MARY AIN!N STEAK 'HUT 918 N. 3rd ' Dial 5988 Ifriday Evening, May 18, 1%2 GETS SPACE CONTRACT 67 a:i an upper stage of the ad- WASHINGTON (UPI) - The \*™& ^"V 11 "?' K<> on T™ national space agency Thursday selected Lockheed Missile and Space Co. to b'uild a flight test version of what is expected to bej the world's first nuclear rocket. I PgnH j-j^g V/Qnt -The 'rocket, to be tested in 1966-1 duty in 1969. Development of the flight test version by Lockheed is expected to cost !(180 million. Experience Counts Over 18,000 Monument's Of Proof Open This Sunday !•' to 4:30 p.m. For Your Convenience Billman Monument Co. "All Work Done in Ldgansport" 1137 Pleasant Hill Phorte 2394 STATE FARMl RATES S AY • "GARAGE* "^ SPECIAL '2 CAR GARAGE 1 I I I I I I I LIMITED TIME ONLY COMPLETE-READY TO DRIVE INTO I All Work Guaranteed $1085.00 8" beveled redwood siding shingles ta match your home, storm bracing 2 windows, 1 service door 16' overhead tectiana! steel folding door, studding 16" cantors. NO MONEY DOWN NO PAYMENT 'TIL JUNE BULLOCK GARAGE COMPANY CALL BOB GIFfORD PHONE 6-6956 V F. W. DANCE! SAT., MAY 19 9:30 'tiH 2:30 Music by .ROBIN WOIF Thursday Sat. May ll 9 ADM. 50e 7:30-11:30 p.m. Sunday Afternoanc WQLLER.SKATING Kiddy land Open Amusements, Rides, Concessions Summer Opening WlBD.,,lMiAY 30 Send for preview of coming attractions LOW FOR INDIANA DRIVERS Check State Farm's low rates on car insurance! No .increase- thanks to the State Farm concept of low rates for careful drivers. And, discounts for 2 or more cars and for compact cars mean added savings for many Indiana policyholders. No wonder people insure more oars with State Farm Item with anyone elsei Call now! Harry ''Bud' 7 Watts 320 W. Market St. Dial 4420 STATE FARM. Mutual Automobile Insuranca Co. Home Office: eioominston, lit.., |ulckly, easily at HOOSIER FINANCE New clothes, new lawn, new mower! Whatever your expenses, it's easy to get the cash you need. Personal attention, friendly, confidential service. And quick. Call us today 1 LOANS UP TO $450 -OR MOREI jTTL HOOSIER FINANCE "°NA S NCM 504 E ' BROADWAY ~J~T PHONE 3156 4948 or 21162 FOR CARRYOUT Breasted Chicken . Delightfully Different ROOF Repairing! Flat, Steep or Asbestos Roofing Good Service PHONE 3666 North on Road 17 •^(•548 So. Illinois, Monticello 611 So. Buffalo'St., Warsaw Most people ate. Some people know wfaat *bey ace toofctog foe. Odtecs ace less certain. thkig, b«c they ace act safe what it is whereto fand k. Jesossays: "The Kingdom ef heaven is like onto a. merchant, seeking goodly pearls: who when be bad found one pearl of great prife, went and sold <M that be bad and bought W (Mattbew 13:46). Seekers of goody pearls wiH fed true laches aod ttae happioess m tibe word erf God. Ate you loofctog for God? "No max bath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, whifh is m lite bosom of tbe father, be both declared him" (John 1:1S.) Jesrts said: "I am tbe way., tbe if nth, and tbe Kf& no mancoineth tmtothe Father, but by me" (Jobn *§:&). festts also sard: "He that bath seen me bath sew tbe father" (John 14^; see 2 Ace you looking for die joy of salvation-? The man foom Ethiopia was. He was searching the Scriptures dSigently when PhiSp fotaid htm and jweached iaoto him Jesus. He was assured wfcih aM men that: that 'beKevetb and k baptized shall be saved" (Mark 16:16). , . . and they bofh wwti down into the water, both PMtp anal the eunuch, and he baptized him. And when they were come xp out ,of tbe Witter, the Spirit of tite Lord cattgbt attfay Philip; and lf>e eumtch saw him no mo-re, for he went on his way rejoicing* (Acts 8:38,39)u Ace you looking foi peace of mind? Only ID Christ can tfiis be fbtsod: "'Peace 1 leave with yo», my peace I giwe imto ytm: not as the vtorld givefh, give I onto you. Let not your bifart be trotibled, neither Ut & be afraid" (Joho fc&27). Ace you seeking God's grace? 1 There is a certain door tbxoogh wbkh you most enter. Toe by grace ace ye saved through fafci!* (Ephesians 2:8). The unworthy .sinner teaches the grace of G<ki through faith. This is the door. Therefore being jttstified by faith, we have peace with God through ottr Lord Jesus Christ: By whom also we have ac~ . (ess into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice m the hope of tbe glory of God" (Romans 5:1,2). ttotKng be ametm^ but m everything by prayer and stcppKcation v&h tbanksgi&itzg let your request be made known ttnto God. And the peace of God which pafseth <M imderstandirfig shaHl guard your beavts and yo&r Noughts Are you looking for etcrnaJtSe? "... God batfo g?ve*.t aato m eternal' Hfe, and this life is in his Son. JFLe that hath the Son hath tke &fa and be fbat hath not the Son bafib not tbe Kfe? ^ (1 John 5t3.1-13). ". . . Whosoever beKei*<ab m bim-sbotdd not perish, but may in him have eternal life" (Joha 3*15). Enioy these blessings which are to be found only in Christ and His Church. Meet with us! regularly- CHURCH of CHRIST 200 lEast (Columbia—fLogiansjjort, ilnd, , S»rvic»! Sunday: Blbl* Stho6l—9:30, Woi-ihip—10:30, Evening 6:00. Thunday Evening—7:30. Tuno T.V. 6, Sunday Morning, ?:00 a.m, - 1"? *»* «"^ / A^—. «, ^

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