Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1962 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 24, 1962
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Six Logansporf. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FLORA— 72 Graduate From Carroll High School FLORA — Seventy-two seniors received their diplomas during commencement exercises at the Carroll High School Tuesday evening in the school gym. Dr. Harlan White, of Purdue University, was the guest speaker. Baccalaureate services were held Sunday afternoon in the gym with Rev. Charles Dummond giving the address. Personals Dale Eller, who was a patient at, the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis, has returned home. The Four By Four Bridge Club entertained their husbands 'at a party in Delphi. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leiter, Mr. arsd Mrs. Ernest Rardon, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kamp and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook. Don Driggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Driggs, is a member oE the Ball State College volleyball club which participated in the National Intercollegiate Volleyball tournament held in Philadelphia last week. Mrs. Lillie Moore is visiting her brother in Heiskel, Tenn. Postmaster J. R. Davis attended the four-day meeting of the National Association of Post• masters held at Bloomington." Sandra Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darval Allen, has been selected by the Legion Aitxiliary as a delegate to Indiana Girl's State and Judy Snider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Von Snider, rural route, Bringhurst, has been chosen alternate. Three Plead Guilty To Forgery Charges Joseph Emrah, 36, pleaded guilty to forgery, and Robert Swisher, 45, and William Baber, 45, pleaded guilty to passing forged chocks when they were arraigned Wednesday afternoon in the Cass circuit court. Judge Norman Riesling instructed the Rev. Raymond Skelton, Cass probation officer, to conduct pre-sentence investigations. Pauper Attorney George Brubaker, who represented the three defendants, filed motions for suspended sentences. Prosecutor Earl Palmer represented the state. Bloodmobile Here Friday Red Cross officials afe hoping the 125 pint quota of the bloodmobile will be oversubscribed when it visits Logansport ancl Cass county Friday. The unit will be' at the Baptist Temple and will be in operation between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The visit is sponsored by the Cass county Ministerial Association. Each donor will be asked to designate the church he wishes to receive credit for the donation. The names of the churches providing the most donors will be announced following the visit of the bloodmobile. RECKLESS HOMICIDE NEW CASTLE, Ind. (UPD-Dan- iel J. Day, 22, New Castle', was indicted on a reckless homicide change Wednesday in connection with the traffic death of William Reichele, 35, an Indianapolis salesman. FLIGHT LINE Tough Tigers' Hold Graduation BUNKER HILL AFB - The graduation of IS members of the 305th Combat Defense Squadron "Tough Tigers" School has marked the beginning of an intensive training program at the Bunker Hill AFB for all air police personnel. The two award winners named were A1C Thomas J. Schwartz, Academic Student who achieved a 97.6 per cent average and A3C Milton F. Baird, who was named Honor Student. The two-week training programs encompassed 96 hours' of formal instruction. It is primarily designed to achieve the highest degree of individual proficiency —and team skills in the use of weapons, principles • of light infantry tactics and other subjects necessary to complete the squadron and base mission. • In keeping with the title of "Tough Tigers" certain strict requirements have been levied on the students. They include the maintenance of the highest standards of discipline, conduct and military bearing; and alert ancl attentive attitude toward all phases' of training is demanded of the students. Also many other features which are patterned after the Non-Commissioned Officers Preparatory School are incorporated into the 'school. • The students are required to live in a specified area within the barracks and an, air of the strictest discipline is adhered to at all times. The school is, primarily the responsibility of CWO John T. Foust and TSgt. Harold C. George, QIC and NCOIC of the 305th' Combat Defense Squadron Training Section respectively. Assisting as instructors are Staff Sergeants Donald G. Watson, Oley F. Bowman, .and Odis L. Bledsoe. Other students in the first recent graduating class' were Airmen Third Class .David J. Bello, David D. Curran, Francis S. Dziekan; Larry M. Hermes, Robert^ A. Higgins, Thomas A. McBee, Floyd C. Nichols and 'John R.'Opheim; Airman Second Class Robert H, Close, Eawrence J. Devoy, Kenneth P. Lacaille, William D. Sturgis _ and Joseph J. Werner; and Airman, First Class Jerry Cooper, David N. Ford, Glendo Grider and Glen Wooten. Bunker Hill AFB'is Individual Proficiency Training : program is in the running for thi> Second Air Force and SAC trophy awards, according to a recent announcement. For the first three'quarters of 1962, the base has averaged 99 per cent In the SAC MCS for bases with a training load of 700 nr more trainees. At the present time, 1,158 SAC personnel at the base are in an individual proficiency training status: The awards period will end June 31 and the base with an average o); 95 per cent on the MCS will tie inspected by a team from Second Air Force' Base to be nominated and inspected by SAC personnel for the final award. Same of the .criteria used in judging for the IPT Achievement award includes organization, training effectiveness, use of training aids, records, job training standard' and staff visit reports and ibllow-up. . TSgt. William T. Smith and SSgt. Ronald R. Anthony both received $50 checks recently from Col. F. .L. O'Brien, .305th" B'omb Wing Commander. The two men .worked together on the development of a fuel spray nozzle booth which, is. used in testing jet engines. M'ajor Francis E. Boyd, commander of Headquarters Squadron, 305th CSGP, recently arrived at the -Bunker Hill Base from inactive duty as a,reserve officer. Major Boyd is no stranger to the 305th as he served with the Wing . during World War H as bombardier in the 365th Bomb Squadron, before being called back to active duty. Major Boyd resided in Austin, Texas, where he was a sergeant with'the Texas State Police. Major Boyd resides on base with his wife, Inez and three sons, Joseph, 15; and'twins, Bob and Don, who are 12 years old. Ex-Brozil, Ind., Man Crash Victim BRAZIL Ind. (UPI)-The 45 victims of a Continental Airlines jet plane crash at Centerville Iowa Tuesday night included Rex Thomas 39 a former Brazil resident who survived a Navy plane crash at sea during World War II. Thomas of Mount Prospect 111. '•a.district sales manager for A«;o Equipment Corp. was the son of Mrs. Edith Fisher west of Brazil He was graduated from Brazil High School in 1941 and his widow is the former Joan Wilson of Brazil. They have two children. Thomas was a star athlete at Brazil high and excelled in football. Relatives recalled that Thomas Was a Navy pilot during World War II. His plane went down, on a mission and he spent several days on a life raft until rescued DON'T FORGET! Saturday Ends The PC F. Contest Win a Big Prize! 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