Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1962 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 24, 1962
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune MONTICiELLO Plan Dedication Of New Church MONTICELLO—Dedication ceremonies for Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Church will be held at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 27. Construction of the new church' started last June. Officiating will be Rt.. Rev. Bishop John J. Carberry, and the sermon will be by the Rev. Fr. Robert J. Fosselman, former pastor under whom initial plans were completed for the building of'the church. The Reverend Fr. Richard W. Puetz, pastor, will celebrate the Mass. Chaplains to the Bishop will be Rev. Fr. Joseph Killer, and Rev. Fr. Robert Miller. Masters of ceremonies will be Rev. Fr. William Higi and Rev. VFW Plans State Meeting in June Members of the local VFW post at their meeting Wednesday night made plans to attend the state convention June 14-17 in Evansville. Memorial Day parade plans also were discussed. Announcement was made of election and appointments of local members at the district meeting in Winamac on Sunday. Raymond F. Roach, past Post commander, was elected second district junior vice commander; James B. Lynas was appointed service and employment officer; Ned Burkett was appointed extension officer; Joe Cooper, chief of staff and Dean Winn, officer of the day. STOCK PRICES D*P NEW YORK—Stock prices suffered another sharp break Tuesday as the Dow Jones industrial average registered its biggest decline in more than a year. Brokers said the continued weakness of the market reflected investors feeling that stock prices are too high in relation to earnings and doubts about the business recovery among other things. Read the Want Ads! Fr. Joseph Ruffing. Rev. Charles Muller will be sub-deacon The Fourth Degree of Knights of Columbus will serve as the guard of honor. BOOTH TO OPEN The Lakes Information booth will be opened to the public May 29th. Mrs. Jeannette Ryan and Miss Helen Jackson will again be the hostesses. The Monticello fire department was called Wednesday to extinguish a grass fire near Norway. State Trooper Robert Fox investigated a.minor accident Sunday morning at 11:30 at Main and Broadway. Keith Brewer V 17, driving a 1954 vehicle, ran into the rear of a 1962 .vehicle driven by Robert Dale Hunt, 29, of rural route 1. Brewer stated that his foot slipped off the brake while awaiting a traffic signal. COURT NOTES Betty Luse, of Brookston, charged cruel and inhuman treatment, and asks care and custody of the three minor children in a complaint for an absolute divorce from Ralph'Luse. The complaint states the couple was married May 14, 1949, and separated May 19, 1962. The Town and Country Food Company, Inc., was awarded judgment of $333, attorney fees of $73.82 plus, interest of $153.15 in a suit which had been filed against Merle J. 'Allen. Charles S. Siferd has enlered appearance for 'Robert Lee Kelly who pleaded not guilty to a charge of malicious trespass by the State of Indiana. EMPLOYS TOO MANY WASHINGTON (UPI) - Commerce Secretary Luther H.-Hodges told the House Civil Service Committee Wednesday that the 'government could save "all sorts of money" by firing unnecessary employes. He said about 10 per cent 'of the employes in his department alone were doing jobs which '.'just aren't needed." " ' WINAMAC- Courthouse Renovation Underway VTCNAMAC - Work on the 67- year-old' Pulaski county courthouse started Wednesday. Sand- Wasting, tuckpointing and general repair began on the upper portion of the southwest corner of the building, • County commissioners John Blair, Edwin Olson, and Nick Loehmer let a bid to the Atlas Waterproofing company of Kokomo. for $6,900 for the work. The job is expected to take about six weeks. Commissioner Loehmer stated that the county building will "look like new 1 , 1 when the,renovation is completed. A containing ,'wa 11 which surrounds the court house block is to be restored also, but at. a latter date when the funds are available. County Auditor John Underwood has received word that his office ranked fifth in the state as to the filing of the June settlement with the. state auditor's office. In a telephone 'conversation with settlement clerk Gordon Brandenburg of the. Indianapolis office, Underwood learned that his settlement sheet was approved 100% by the state office. .The auditor's office is required to make a settlement twice a year,' the first in June and the second in December. Last year Pulaski county lied .with Orange county for first place honors. • Newton county. copped the first place spot in the June 1962 settlement. WINDFALL PROFIT , WASHINGTON- - Calumet..& 'Hecla, Inc., S large copper producer, .had a windfall profit of more than J6.3 million because the government, failed to enforce a federal stockpiling contract, a Senate subcommittee was told. A General Services Administration official testified that file company realized the profit through deferrals, and defaults on copper it was scheduled to deliver to the national stockpile. ; True Life Adventures BALKED BRUIN ., . . J_OOKIKle3 raQHT AT" A •FEFENSISUase PAWN,THE WNN -FREEZES, ASJ17 HIS d.AMOU'FJ-.A.GEK' £OAT S)_ENt7S WITH THe SETT1MC3. »%*( .^>] »s>- . ^t,^ •^V^-"^' . ^&tt&m •«y$Ji 5th District Is 'Critical' WASHINGTON (UPI)—The elec- ;ion campaign in Indiana's 5th Congressional District claims priority for hslp from bolih the Democratic and ' Republican congressional. campaigns committees, spokesmen said today. The candidates are the same as in 1960, when incumbent. Democrat J. Edward. Roush sought reelection against the opposition of Republican George 0. Chambers, Both claimed victory and neither was seated until the House Administration Committee recounted every ballot and decided Bxmsh had won by 99 volt's. "Any realist recognizes that the 5(ih District in Indiana is one of ;he extremely critical districts," a Democratic congressional campaign committee spokesman said. IS TO SHE THROUGH THE 1U-USIOM. DJatribuLnd by Kiiu' Features Syndicate. 5*2n* Warn Ceylon WASHINGTON' - 'The United States has warned 'Ceylon, that Americans may be 'discouraged, from investing in thei country by Ceylon's action in taking over facilities of U.S. oil| companies, there to use for distributing Rus'- sian bil. BURKEMO TWICE WOUNDED BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (UPI)Pro golfer'Walt Burkemo Avas a sergeant with the Seventh Armored Division from 1942 to 1945 and saw action in the European Theatre, of Operations. He was wounded twice, first on D-Day and later'in the Battle, of the Bulge. ' : ' • PERSONALS LOANS $ 25to*500 Phone, Write or Stop In And See' WAYNE CA/SSEL PHONE 6116 318-4th IOCAIFINM Logansport, Ind. SATURDAY FIVE-QUART PLASTIC UTILITY PAIL .. .With Graduated Measurements! Reg, 59c Value FREE! With The Purchase of 8 or Moire Gals, of Gasoline SEVERAL COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM HAS MANY USES Also: Enter Conoco's $ 50,000 SWEEPSTAKES CONTEST Nothing To Buy-No Jingles To Write-Just Come In Arid Get Your Free Entry Blank. Come In Often And Enter Several Times CONOCO Long's Conoco Market* 17th Burris & Sterner Conoco Broadway & 7th "Hottest Brand Going " Thursday Evening, May 24,. 1962. Telegraph System WASHINGTON - The Federal Communications Commission says it will investigate .Western Un- .ion's dwindling telegraph business to isee if "jjovernment assistance is necessary." This immediately led t<i> speculation that the commission was considering recommending integration of some services between Western Union and the Bell System. Time Plus S Equals Polo Horse NEW YORK (UPI) - It requires about four years and perhaps $75,00ti to train -a horse so thai he can be ridden in a polo match. Treasurer's Office Open for Business; The office: of Class county Treasurer Forest Montgomery 're-open-' ed at 8 a.m. Thursday and will observe reg;ui!ar courthouse hours in the future, The office had been cloned sines May 7 to wrmit staff members to open mail, credit accounts, and check the books.' Any taxes that are now delinquent will 'be penalized eight percent. FIRST ALL-A'S. NEW YORK (UPI)-The first All-Americsi football selections were mad« by Waller Camp in 1889. FORMER SENATOR ILL WASHINGTON (<UPI) - Former Sen. Henry F. Ashurst of Arizona has suffered a stroke and is partly paralyzed in a Washington hospital. The 86-year-old Democrat, one of Arizona's first two senators, suffered the stroke May .15, his stepson, John Renoe, said on Wednesday night. SALE OF RESIDENCE WITH 40 ACRES Adams Twp., Carroll County New 3 bedroom 'modern frame house wit'.i attached garage and utility room. Pole barn and 40 acres with year around spring w.ater. Ideal, for pasture. 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