Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 22, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 22, 1962
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Pill) II w. Tuesday Evening, May 22, 1962 Nationalist China Will Accept All Refugees TAIPEI, Formosa • tionalist China announced Monday . it was willing to accept all refugees from Red China now pouring into Hong Kong at the rate of several thousand a day. Set Burglary Arraignments For Friday Fred Hardwick, 32, and Herbert Aclkins, 25, both of Niles, Ohio, will be arraigned in the South Betid Federal court at 9 a.m. Friday in connection with the burglary of the Royal Center Post Office March 15, 1962. Sheriff Bernard Leavitt, who was advised of the hearing by Postal Inspector A. M. Roberts, of Indianapolis, said Monday the men will have the charges read to them Friday amd will be asked to enter a plea. If.they plead not guilty, date for their trial will be set. Approximately $200 in cash was taken from a safe in the post office after it had been pried open by two men. "Hardwick was arrested in a LaPorle drug store' during the same night as he attempted to flee From the place. Adkins was able to make his escape but approximately two weeks later surrendered to LaPorle city police. The. two men are charged with burglarizing the drug store in LaPorte and with' post office burglary in connection with the thefl in Royal Center. . Three Persons Injured In Crash Near Logan Three persons were releasec from Memorial hospital late Mon day -afternoon after being trealec for injuries from a one-car acci dent on Indiana 25 aboi|t threi miles north of Logansport abou 3 p.m. during the 'rain storm. Arthur G. Briceno, 49, of Wood ville, Ohio, driver of the car wa heading south when he hit a slid spot in the road and lost contro of the automobile. The car ca reened into a fence and' struck a utility pole. His wife, France; was shaken up. Arthur T. Briceno, 19, was in the back seat of the car 'and sus lained head lacerations. Cass county deputy sheriff Bo' 1 Sabalini investigated. Damage of $1,100 was estimate* on the car, about $200 damage t< the utility pole and about $5 damage to the fence. X-Rays Available In Miaroi County PERU — Residents of Per and Miami county can receiv free chest x-rays this week, ac cording to Mrs. Duey Cypherd o the Miami County Tuberculosi Assn. Starting Tuesday the mobile x day unit will be stationed west o the Amboy fire station from 1 I 4:30 p.m. On Wednesday it wil be at the rear of (he North Miam high school and will operate fron 1 to 5 p.m. and from (i to 9 p.m The unit will be at the Esse Wire co. building Thursday from noon to 4:30 p.m. and from 7 t 8 Friday, and will be on Nort Broadway from 9:30 a.m. to 11:3 a.m. from 12:30 to 3 p.m. Salur day x-rays will be available a the same place from 8 a.m. t noon. Crash Near Reynolds Injuries Three Persons MONTICELLO—A one-car ace: dent injured three persons a 12:30 p.m. Sunday on State Roa 421 north of Reynolds. They wer taken to White County '"-moria hospital for treatment. Injured are Gerald L. Smith Carolyn Harris, Detroit, Jo Ann Keenan, Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Smith said he was forced t take to the ditch to avoid hittin Adolph Gleck, of Wolcott. Th car hit p a telephone pole in th left ditch and overturned. State Trooper Robert Fox an Deputies Herbert Clear and L Roy Farney investigated. Damag was estimated at $700. Body Exhumed FRA'NKLIN, Tex., (UPD—Th body, of an Agriculture Depart ment official who .fat questione Billie Sol Estes' farm deals wa exhumed by court order Monda to determine whether his mysler ous death actually was suicide The bullet-riddled body Henry Marshall, 52, was remov from a vault on the basis of tes mony before a grand jury th began an investigation' Monda morning. It was taken to Rrya 30 miles away, for an -autopsy o Tuesday. SEES BILL'S DEFEAT TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Sen. George A. Smalhers, D-Fla predicted Monday rtJhat Congres will reject President Kennedy medical oare for the aged b during its current. session. But Smathers said such' legisl taon will be passed within tw years unless insurance companic provide some plan of inexpensi 1 health insurance for the aged. An announcement by Vice Present and Premier- Chen Cheng id the government also would ontribute 1,000 tons of rice to the ong Kong government to help ed the starving refugees. Reports • in Hong Kong said 000 refugees entered Hong Kong unday and another 4,000 Satur- .iy. Hong .Kong police rounded p most of them and returnee lem to Red China because Hong ong already, is overcrowded. The Hong .Kong government 'as erecting huge barbed wire arricades along the. border to eep the flood of refugees back hose who did get through were unted with helicopters and placed ooard trucks covered with wire lesh and sent back to Red China But -reports of floods in the outh China province of 'Kwang ung of which Canton is .the capi at brought growing fears in the ritish colony that the influx ol ;fugees may become ever irger. Famine also was reportec 1 some parts of South China. The British government was re orted extremely concerned over IB number of refugees and a jokesman in London said British harge D'Affaires Hugh Morgan ad discussed it with the Chinese ommunist foreign ministry in 'eiping. Authoritative sources in London aid Chinese 'Communists appar ntly were helping the refugees nter Hong Kong. 2 Churches Merge By United Press International Two Northern Indiana chore' nergers were in the process o ompletion today, one involvin wo Evangelical, United Brethre congregations and the other a SUB and two Methodist congrega ions. St. Paul and St. James EUB churches merged Sunday at Peru ook over tie St. James buildin and sold the St. Paul church an parsonage to the Wesleyan Meti odists. The menged congregatioi >lans to build a new church soon In Noble County, the Swan an \villa Methodist churches and ft Calvary EUB church merged int Jalvary Methodist Church with membership of about 400. Indian Methodist Bishop) Richard C laines will appoint a ministe May 27. QkfSfeteySt.' True Life Adventures ' TURKHV TRICKS . *ggm Kkw toss MOTHER TURKEV ~-^* ! SET HER THEWS TKEE KOOSTIMO? . SHE THE WAY TO A , isy .£Ai_uisi<3 SHE ENCOURAGES THEM....' |i^^^^S-fe^Hlc3HEK,AMt7 _ lii^sT'Mr^HII»A^i^ K '' ~ ru - J -->^"* © HW2 WMt »!cnev ProdactioM Work! niRhtfl Reserved* ' JUMPER HEK 'W)N(3S fOK. THE M)<3HT. DkWbutcd IT Kfnz Features Syndicate.. Revival Crusade A six-day revival crusade will >egin Tuesday at the Grace Bible church. Evangelist and Mrs. Charles 3ray will conduct the services at 7:30 p.m. each evening. A morn- ng Bible class will be held at 9 a.m. and a special rally for boys ind girls will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. Friday, will be Sunday school night and Saturday will be Chris- Ian talent night. Mrs. Gray will )tay the vibra-harp and musical 3ells at the services. The public is invited. Birth Certificate Found in West The birth certificate of Sandra Sue Collins, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Ted Collins, was receiver Monday by the City Health de partment from an unknown per son who found it on a street ii El Cajon, Calif. 'The certificate was sent her because it was issued by the loca department. Efforts are bein made to locate the family so th certificate can be turned over t the owner. . Read the Wont Ads! 1 ire Victims hleed Help The' William Lott family, whose ome at 900 W.'Wabash,'AV as destroyed by fire April 17, eeds household furnishings of'all rincls, according to Red Cross eei'etary Mrs. Alice, Sayger.: The family needs, .furniture for wo .bedrooms, a kitchen and 'a .ving room and will .arrange';to lick up any material offered. People wishing to donate furni- urii to the family may'call the led Cross office. County's Deposits Total $2,629,698' Cas,s"'county's civil governmen aiiipn deposit in the six county Milks a .total 1 of. $2,629,698.63, ac cording to an announcement mad Monday by county Treasurer For est (Frosty) Montgomery. The money has been depositei in checking accounts in the Farm era and Merchants Bank, the Na ional Bank of Logansport, th immunity State bank in Roya 'enter, the' Twelve Mile Stat aahk, the Galveston branch of th .TVelve . Mile bank and the Cas county State bank of Walton. Most of the money represente tax collections' during the sprin paying period, according to Mon gomery. The final official figur for collections this spring is $2 234,902.69'compared to $2,193,4* .5!i last .year, the treasurer sale WALLOWS BOLT NEW YORK ('UPD - ane Morgan, who accid wallowed, « half-inch metal blt, was under observation at a al today to determine if she mjust nder.go surgery. Miss Morgan said she did not DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip FASTEETH, an Improved powder t be sprinkled on upper or lower plate holds false tenth more firmly In plao Do not slide, elip or rock. No gumm gcoey, pasty taste or feeling. FAS TEETH Is alkaline (non-acid). Doe nut sour. Checks "plate odor" (den ture breath). Get PASTEETH at diug counter. WEDNESDAY '12 noon to 5 p.m. onlyl Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune ?er illy Dlt, spi- ust not remember swallowing the bolt, which was discovered by an X-ray, but speculated it might have been in a clam she used in making chowder at her Kenne-. bunkporl, Maine, home about two weeks ago. PATRIOTS SIGN QB BOSTON (UP1) — Quarterback Toni Yewcic has! signed a contract to play with the Boston Pa- triols for the 1S62 American Football 1 League season. Yewcic is the Patriots' punting specialist. There's "Something In the way an F'& handles ! OL.D& This F-85 beauty hindles like a part of you. Parks like a:compact, fliiiles like . big, expensive cars. Goes like nothing elae its size. It's every inch an Oldsmobile —right down to its deep-breathing, • high-stepping aluminum V-8 engine! Come in and check one out... at your Oldflmobile Quality Dealer's! JOIN THI "CIRCLS Or" SAFETY" • CHECK YOUR CA» . -. . CHECK YOUR DRIVING i i i CHECK ACCIDENTS — MYERS OUDSMOBILE-CADIL'LAC, INC., BROADWAY AT THIRD Joan Ewing to Study 8 Weeks In Argentina Miss Joan Ewing, Englis eacher at Logansport high schoo' will study for eight weeks this summer at the University of Tueuman, San Miguel de Tucu- man, Argentina. The Spanish language institute, made possible by the National ?3fense Education Act, is sponsored by Texas Technological Col; ege. Miss Ewing, along with 46 other teachers from the United States, will study Argentine civili- sation, advanced linguistics and caching methods. i • While in Argentina the teachers will live in hotel four weeks and in private homes four weeks. Jast summer, Miss Ewing at- .ended the University of Valencia n Spain and visited Germany and Switzerland. 503-505 Broadway WHAT5 3 NEW rt_ ^j. V . Phone 3226 Regular $8.95 You' SAVE $2.51 ON EACH PAIRI 5'5% Dacron Polyester, 45% wool in all the newest patterns, designs and colors. New one-pleated style. So cool and comfortable. Waist size 30 to 42. PAIR Shop KELLERS Wednesday Afternoon Wednesday Afternoon Only SPECIAL MEN'S 3.99 Wash'n Wear "CAPER CASUALS" 100% COTTON SLACKS AS ADVERTISED IN JilFE IK Sanforized <» AllPre-Cuffeci • Colors Olive Graen, Black • All'First Quality CWMTON-iS, fNC DOWNTOWN STORES will be 2 Students Get American Legion Certificates Two students received American egion certificates' in recognition I day ceremonies Monday morning .t Tipton township high schooU They are Mary Price, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Price, Walton, and Richard Winters, son of Mr. and'Mrs. Dale Winters, Walton. ' •: The awards, presented'by Walton Post No. 418, are made in recognition ol the students' 'at- .ainment of high qualities of honor, courage, scholarship, leadership and .service. The presentation was made by • Hobart Turner, scholarship chairman of the Walton Post, The pair received a certificate, b'ronxe plaque and bronze pin. OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY and are offering these WEDNESDAY Afternoon SPECIALS Set Noble 4-H Club Tea for Mothers Approximately 100 people are expected to attend the annua" Mothers Tea to be held in 'the Noble township school starting al 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. . , ' The affair is sponsored by the Noble Sunmaidens 4-H club. Each girl is asked to bring her mother Refreshments will be servec after the 'regular., meeting anc flowers will be given to the moth' ers attending. t • POLARIS SUB RELOADS CHARLESTON, S.C. ; (UPD- The Etihan^Alleni. the'first of six submarines sent to sea from this pout armed with 16 Polaris mis sileis each, returned Monday tor reloading. The Elilian Allen has been iden tifaed as the vessel while! launched the first nuclear-typec Polaris missile during the curran U.S. nuclear tests in the Pacific. from 12 o'clock noon to5:00 p.m. PENNEY'S Shop and Save at These Downtown Stores WEDNESDAY SPECIAL JtR. BOYS' JO OZi Cotton Denims •.. •. 2 fairs ^jjl I "V ± Sizes 2 to 8 Made of Pehney's rigid specifications. Reinforced throughout.' Easy on, . easy off elastic waistband. Machine wash. San- forized®! Shop Every Wed. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. WEDS. Afternoon SPECIALS The^ig Difforonce In Store* Today It The Way I'ooplo Aro Treated NEW CWAWTII.IY DECORATED TUMBLERS Choice of Colors Large IT/iOz. Size FIRST FLOOR 12 noon to 5 p.m. on-ly PACKAGE OF 12 87* IMPORTED PRBSH iFRlOM ENGLAND CADBURY'S Variety Biscuits Covered With -Oairy Milk Chocolate* REG. 39c PACKAGE 422 E. 'BROADWAY Shop Kreige'j W«d. Afternoon ADJUSTABLE IRONING TABLE All-metal, adjustable ironing table. Has fingertip adjustment from 25" to 36" with spring lock. Folds Itlat with ease, has ample leg room for "sit-dom" ironing, non-skid feet, self- leveling, and it full 15"x54" ventilated top, Turquoise color. S. S. KRESGE COMPANY HOUSEWARES FIRST FLOOR

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