Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 24, 1962
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Evening, May 24, 1962. Rail, Union Leaders Agree On Resuming Negotiations WASHINGTON (UPI) - Railroad management and union leaders agreed' Wednesday to resume negotiations in Chicago Friday with government help to try and avert a threatened rail strike over working conditions for train crews. The agreement to seek a speedy solution to the three-year-old dis- U.S. To Accept Chinese Here WASHINGTON (UPI) - In an act of mercy., President Kennedy Wednesday disclosed plans to throw open the United States to several thousand Chinese refugees from Communist China who have crowded, into Hong Kong. Justice Department officials saic admission of the refugees mighl start in about two weeks anc would continue as fast as they could be screened. H. L. Harden, assistant commissioner,for trave' control in the Immigration anc Naturalization Service, left for Hong Kong Wednesday to set up the program. Harden handled the Hungarian refugee program six years ago. To provide a haven for some ol the "Swarms of refugees" from communism, the President saiti the government was trying to speed their admission to the United States under emergency provisions of thci McCarran - Walter Act used to admit Hungarian refugees in 1956. The President's attempt to aW the Chinese in what he previously called their "quest for human dignity" was the highlight of a news conference in which he also fired back at the American Medical Association on the medica care issue and voiced' confidence in the stock market. The President said he had no plans lo ask Congress, next year or anytime, to extend his medica care under Social Security proposal to include doctors' bills, a possibility raised by some AMA spokesmen. The plan call for payments for hospital, nursing anc out-patient care for the elderly. As for the stock market, the President predicted that it would recover in line with the overal good prospects for the American economy. He said the economy was "moving steadily forward" and this would be the best and most natural stimulant for the market. McNobb Accuses Gov. Welsh of 'Misquoting' Him INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Clarr ence McNaTjb president of the Indiana World War Memorials Commission Wednesday accused Governor Welsh of misquoting him in reporting to newsmen the gisl of a telephone conversation between the two last Friday. Welsh had called McNaWb to ask him to reconsider the commission's ruling preventing the Indl ana Civil Liberties Union from using the War Memorial auditorium at Indianapolis for meetings. Welsh had previously said the ICL/U could use the auditorium. Welsh told newsmen after the phone call that MoNabb said he would reconsider and vote to change the rules at the commission's next' meeting. Welsh said Wednesday that "my report to the press of your (MoNabb's) statements were accurate and pre- Thunderstorms Lash East Coast By United Press International Thunderstorms lashed parts of the East early today with heavy "rain and occasional hail. Nearly, an inch of rain drenched Richmond Va. in a brief cloudburst while Rochester and Buffalo N.Y. Measured more than an inch during a six-hour period. Despite the storms summer- like heat lingered. The mercury at Buffalo soared to 88 Wednes. day a record for the date. Fire Extinguished AtWinamac Home WINAMAC — Earnest Shearer, a volunteer fireman, quickly brought a fire under control by himself Wedresday at the Eugene Eudy residence, 530 West Eleventh St. Shearer turned off the gas to ,a clothes dryer to reduce the blaze before the fire trucks arrived. Mrs. Eudy said that two sheets were lost, and other damage was minor. Construction Set MONTICELLO — Excavation and construction for the new addition lo White County Memorial hospital is expected to begin Wednesday, June 6, according to George Banjiak, administrator of the hospital. CASH CUSTOMERS CINCINNATI (UPI) .— Since 1901, a total of 303,076,185 (m) jpaid admissions have been recorded by National Leagua baseball teams. pule was announced after labor secretary Arthur J. Goldberg talked to both sides . about the contract talks which were broken off Friday. Chairman .Leverett Edwards of the National Mediation Board was asked by five train . operating unions and the carriers to help settle the conflict over proposed manpower economies By stepping into the dispute, the board effectively prevented any change in existing work rules until there is a new agreement or its mediation efforts are abandoned. Goldberg said Ihey promised lo cooperate fully with Edwards. "I .am confident," he told newsmen, "that both parties in good faith will make every effort with the board's help to resolve .their differences. It is important they do so because the national interest is very vitally involved in these negotiations." Goldberg said he acted to get the contract talks back on the track under terms of a I960 agreement setting up the presidential railroad commission. This calls for expeditious handling of the conflict in case the mediation board is called upon for assistance. School Boards To Be Named In Miami Co. PERU—School board members will be warned Friday for the three new school units set up under the county reorganization plan. The Peru City Council will meet with the advisory boards of Erie and Peru townships at 4:30 p.m in City hall to set up their seven member board for the Peru Community schools. The Council will appoint five members, Peru township one and Erie township one. Advisory Boards of Jefferson, Richland, Union, Allen and Perry Townships, making up the North Miami School Corporation, will meet in the courthouse office -at 7 p.m. with County Superintendent Ray Geyer. The Advisory Boards of the six south townships will meet in Geyer's office at 8 p.m. to set up the Maeonaquah School Board. The townships are Washington (outside the Peru city limits), Butler, Pipe Creek, Deer Creek, Harrison and Clay. Jackson Township, the only one remaining outside the three unit plan is affiliated with Oak Hill School Corporation, Grant county. The boards also will choose their officers including a president, vice-president, secretary, assistant secretary and treasurer. Welsh Asks for Recreation Areas Near Urban Centers MUNCIE, Ind. ('UPlMJovernor Welsh called Wednesday for establishment of more recreation areas near Indiana's urban centers. Speaking at the dedication of the Prairie Creek .Reservoir here, Welsh said, "Indiana needs more recreational areas near urban centers, easy fcb reach in the evenings or on weekends by family groups. As your ' state becomes more and more industrialized, Seven-Year-Old Girl Injured In Accident Little Cathy Means, age 7, is in Memorial hospital with a broken left wrist, minus a tooth, abrasions lo her face, body and legs, plus a severely bruised forehead as residt of being struck by a car on Biddle street west of Fairview Park Drive Wednesday afternoon as she was on her way home from school. Cathy darted into the path of a car driven by Clyde R. Black, IV, of 2211 High St. Black, was traveling west at about 25 miles an hour and was taken by surprise at the suddenness oE Cathy's move. He was unable to stop as she ran into the side of the car. She was taken to the hospital by a local ambulance where her condition is reported as satisfactory. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Means of 413 Bartlett St. Explosion Injures Star City Youth STAR CITY - Richard Allen, age 10, of rural route 2, Star City, was rushed to Memorial hos. pital in Logansport late Wednesday afternoon with a mangled hand. Richard was playing with a dynamite cap which exploded in his left hand. He is being treated 'at the hospital where his condition is reported as satisfactory. He lost the index finger in the explosion. Spare Solan's Life PARSES (UPI) - A high military tribunal Wednesday night spared the life of Raoul Salan, leader of the terrorist Secret Anthy Organization (OAS) in Algeria, jit sentenced him to life imprisonment on grounds of "extenuating circumstances" in his treason case. The verdict was a surprise, because few observers here expected Salan to escape the death penalty which the same court last month gave his No. 2 man in the OAS, Edmond JouTiaud. FATAL HEART ATTACK MiUNCI'E Ind; (UPl)-«lJam Fosnot 73 Anderson was found dead in,his car Wednesday night after it ran off a .Delaware County road near Daleville. Authorities said Fosnot aippar. ently suffered a fatal heart attack. open spaces, recreational areas, camping sites and parks become increasingly important." | ADMISSION OF iERRORS INDIANAPOLIS ttlPD—Deputy Ally.. Gen. Keith. GSampbell 'explained today that fee-fact the review board of the ^Indiana Employment Security Ejivision operated for a period last'October With only two members "has necessitated filing "admissions of error" in four cases. : Read the Want Ads! My Fair a ay To Close July -7—2,621] Shows v NEW YORK (UPI) —.the record, long-run musical show, "My Fair Lady," will close July 7 with its 2,621St Broadway performance, -it!" .wa's announced on Wednesday| night.. ' ' The Alarij 'Jay; jLerner-Erederick Loewe musical, .which.. opened "on Manch' : :15, '1956," .will.have .been seen^by .jinpre ; than 3.5: /million persons. : ?with 'gross'-.'.receipts of just.:undeiv!$20 million." ii.. ' "Oklahoma"- which ran"' for a total jof 2,212 performances, is in second place in long-run musicals, .' MISHAIj KILLS GIRL WALLINGTON, N.J. (UPI) —A 9-year-old ( girl was injured fatally Wednesday night when a pole on which she was playing snapped 'off 'and !crushed her. Mary Ann' Kwiecien, a fourth grader •' |at the . Sacred Heart School, had been swinging on. a. rope attached" to the 20-fooHiigh ,pol« whipn the accident happened, police siiid. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Threa LAUDS DRAFT HOWARDS WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Kennedy praised the nation':; Selective Service official:; Wednesday for an "extraordinary recjond" of fairness, i He told state director.'; of the service that draftees, may havi; "•complaints about going," but seldom have there been sugges lions that the draft hoards did not opisrate "in the fairest "possible my." Read the Want Ads! Bible Stories LONDON (UPD-Siriger Eartlut Kirt has teen signed by the British Broadcasting Corp, OBBC) to tell Bible stories on to! jvision informed sources said to lay. The '32-year-old American Negro whose record of "1. Want To Be Evi'l" 1 was banned by the BBC will recite three stories from the Book of Daniel in throe brief shows to 1 be seen on Sundays. A BBC' official said "viewers will see her in a simple black dress with three rows of pearls." The Big:Difference In Stores Today Is-The NVay People Are Treated 409-415 E. BROADWAY Comi-hg up now. .. 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