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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune State GOP Begins Platform Work By EUGENE J. CA1)OU .INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana Republican Platform Advisory Committee today . began public hearings designed to pro, duce winning issues for. the 1962 campaign. Dr. I. Lyjid Esch, president of Indiana Central College, presided as committee chairman. He 'is perhaps one of a handful of col lege professors taking an active part in GO affairs. On the other hand, the Kennedy administration has enlisted numerous professors in Washington to bolster the Dem' Waltpn OES Unit Plans June Events WALTON — Several announcements were made at the recent meeting of the Walton, Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. Officers will practice June 5 for the called meeting on June 6 for the initiation of candidates and the annual Friends Night program will be held on June 14. The "Month of May" program was conducted honoring all mothers. Those receiving plants were Grace Hall, oldest mother; Marie Turner, most children; Barbara Gibson, youngest mother; Barbara Ferguson, youngest child and Adah Ramcr, oldest Eastern Star member. All other mothers received a cut flower. Olive Gibson and Mary Peter gave a report of the "Key to Happiness" session of the Indiana Grand Chapter. Agnes Billingsley, Olive Gibson and Marie Turner were named to a committee to purchase new drapes for the Masonic Hall. Personals T.Sgt. and Mrs. Sampson Herron and family were called to North Carolina by the illness of Sgt. Herron's mother. • Mrs. W. K Fitzer spent the Weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Neil White in Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. George Dewald of Rome 'City. The Keith Walker family of Logansport were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Manfred'Wolf attended the State Funeral Directors meeting in Indianapolis last week. Mrs. Mae Dulchess, Mrs. Minnie Walker and Mrs. Anna Duckworth held a carry-in dinner Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Fannie Shanteau. ocratic cause. The Republicans have invited representatives of all groups registered as lobbyists during the 1961 Legislature to- make brief presentations. One of the highest hurdles for the GOP platform drafters will be the obvious need for additional revenue for the state during the coming biennium arising chiefly from the huge gain in school enrollment. Either the creation of a sales tax or a slightly less painfu^ hike in the gross income levy appears to be necessary. However, there is a school of Republican thought that favors dodging this issue with a lick or a promise, coupled with a pious demand for economy in slate expenditures. "Right To Work" Many GOP chiefs likewise are mighty cagey about the "right to work" law which many believe cost Crawford Parker the governor's ehair in, I960 when he was the GOP nominee. There may be little if anything said about this issue when the drafters present 'their proposed platform to the state convention on June 19. Another vexatious problem for Ihe drafters is reappontionment, overdue since 1921, by terms of the State Constitution. Reapportionment would strengthen numerous big city Democratic strongholds and weaken the traditional GOP power in the rural areas. The Republicans are expected to reaffirm their stand for redislrict- ing of the House on a population basis but retention of allotment of the Senate according to geography. Wrathful words about Billie Sol Estes, purported Democratic "giveaways," including federal aid, and criticism ot the Kennedy foreign policies also are likely. Gates Participating Former Gov. Ralph F. Gates, one of Ihe most intelligent GOP chiefs, is acting as special counsel for the committee. Expected to attend are: 1st District-^Eugene Gambril, Highland, and Dr. Stanford K. Sweeney, Munsler. 2nd—Dean K. Slinson, Roches- lei-. 3rd—James W. Overfell, South Bend. 4lh-T-Waller E. Hel'mke and Dr. Harold Griffith, Fort Wayne. Stli-Mayor John W. Miller, Kokomo, and Nick Polus, Anderson. 6lh — Bue'na Chancy, Terrc Haute. 7th — Marion R. Money and 8th—Selh Denbo, English. 9th—Clarence 0. Hamilton and Royal Center Church Unit Plans Event ROYAL CENTER - The WSWS of the Royal Center EUB church ivill hold their Mother and Daughter, banquet on Tuesday, May 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the church. All women of the church are invited and those attending : are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. ' Bible School The annual Community Bible School program, opened Monday and will continue through June 1. The school is being held in the _;rade school building. Sessions are held from 8:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. each day. Rev. Alva Ward is serving as dean of the school, Others assist- ng are Mrs. Virgil Moreland, Mary Berkshire, Hazel Sparks, Rev. David St. Clair, Mrs. Arhur Snider, Rev. Noble Gibson, Frieda Campbell 1 and Penny Campbell. Annual Tea The annual tea and guests neeting of the Progressive Club will be held at the Methodist church on Friday May 25 at 7:30 p.m. • • , ', Mrs. Mary Hand will have charge of the program and she will be assisted by, Helen Huffman. Hostesses for the program will be Mrs. G'avis Bridge, Mrs. Ineata Lucas, Mrs. Virginia Ficke and'Mrs..Dorothy Jones. Personal,i Bill Smith has received the Athletic Scholarship 'award to Trinidad Slate Junior College at Trinidad, Colo.. Mr. and-Mrs. Don Files, Los Angeles, are visiting with her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nicks. Sharon Hicks, sophomore at :Ioward Payne College in Brownwood, Texas, received an award 'or her work on the campus pub- ications. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burget and daughter, South Bend, were recent guests of Mrs. Ethel Mar- .in. Mrst John Rhody recently en- .crtaincd at a birthday dinner for her mother Mrs. Viola Douglas. 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The family lives in Wash ington. Serving lin various govermenl counsel positrons, Vance from 1957 to 1960 was special counsel to the Senate preparedness investigating subcommittee of the armed services committee. It was in/ this position that he 'first worked with the subcommittee's inquiry into the satellite and missile programs, Later he was counsel for hearings on the U.S. defense and space programs. Stahc resigned June' 30 to become president of Indiana University. He was president of West Virginia University when he accepted the Army secretary post. There was speculation that he was quitting because of disagreements with Defense Secretary Robert: S. McNamara and Kennedy over Anmy reorganization plans, and development of the Army's Nike Zeus anti-missile missiii;. 'Informer' Found Dead In Car Trunk CHICAGO CUPI) — The stabbed and beaten body v of a professional jambler," apparently tagged bj jangland. as a police informer, was found stuffed, in the trunk of ris parked'car Sunday. • . Police today planned to ques ion. associates of the victim er J.' Bludeau, 50, suburban 3cero, who was .scheduled to tes My in a Cook County:'grand jurj irobe of gambling. • '• Bludeau was the lOfch vfolim oi a gangland-style execution in the Chicago area this year and th< seventh to be found in the pasl Jhree weeks. Last Monday th« jodies of two hoodlums wer< : iound in .a car trunk. Discovery of the body cam* after police received a telephom complaint about an abandonee car on a Southwest Side street. They investigated, found th( irunk of iihe gray I960 Oadilla< ocked, and notified Mrs. Bin deau. She came to the scene witt a set of keys .and police opened it, On Bkideau's chest was i jenny,' regarded as an under world symbol of a "stool pigeon," or a person who has violated gangland's cardinal male of neves; jiving authorities informatioi: about its activities. He had been stabbed four limes in the chest, and his p.ockebi turned inside out. Sixty-six cent! was found in the t/ru'nk. Slate's attorney's police said Blude'au was indicted and finei; $100 as a keeper of a gamblin;; house last Jian. 3 and faced prof, ecution on a second gamblin;; charge. . , ELECTION EXPECTED CLEVELAND - Edward 0. Lamb is expected to* take, forma! control of Seiberling Rubber Co climaxing a long uphill proxy battle for control of the $45 mil' lion-a-year tire and plastics mat mer. His proxy victory is expec' to bei announced 'at the com' pany'ii annual meeting." Knii:kers, once high fashion on the golf course, will take to the snowj' slopes next winter. 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