Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1962 · Page 18
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 24, 1962
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Eighteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Memorial Rites Held by Eagles Members of • the. Eagles lodge conducted annual memorial services Wednesday evening for 45 members whci died- in the past year. Rev. 'Chester Riley, of Ine Helm Street Church of God, gave the Memorial address which he titled "Hemembrances" for the departed Eagle members. Services were conducted by Worthy President E. C. Allen, assisted' by Charles Downham, chaplain James Pursch, conductor Robert Hickle and secretary George Bender who gave the roll call. Class initiation will be conducted next Tuesday, the meeting date being moved ahead due to the holiday. Installation of newly-elected officers will take place on June 6. A zone two meeting is scheduled at Peru on Sunday at 2 p.m. Attendance awards went to James Pursch, Robert Hickle, E. C. Allen, Carl McKain, Bill Grusenmeyer and Patron Eagle award to C. D. Zimmerman. PLAY CHAJUTY ROUND UPPER MONTCLAIR, W. J. (UPI) — Top stars of the entertainment field will join 49 top professionals in an 18 J hole charity round June 6 at the Upper Montclair Country Club. The pros then take part in the Thunderbird Classic invitation golf tournament June 7-10. AGREE TO TERMS CHICAGO (UI) - The Chicago Bears today reported the signing of two veteran tackles, Willie Lee and Bob Kilcullen, for the 1962 season. MEMORIAL KITES Memorial Day Services will be held at the Sharon Baptist,church located on Indiana ; i29-south, of Logansport on Sunday, May 27 starting at 2 p.m. Special music and a guest speaker will be included in .the program. The public 1 is invited, SET HEARING! DATE VALPARAISO, Ind,! (UH)-Porter Circuit Judge G. B, Burns will hear arguments June 18 on motions filed by defense attorneys for Herbert Bruce Simoni, 26, accused killer of a Hammond policeman. E AVE VERYONE MONEY! YOU'VE NEVER SEEN SUCH A SELECTION OF BRAND NEW CARS ... SIZES TO FIT EVERY NEED . . . MODELS TO FIT EVERY PERSONALITY . . . AND PRICES TO FIT EVERY POCKETBOOK! Buy Now And Save During olden Sales Jubilee 1962 CHEVROLET IMll'ALA 2 door Sports Coupe. Powerglide, V8 250 engine, power steering, pushbutton radio, white tires, heater, deluxe wheel covers. BEL AIR 4 door sedan, 6 cyl., Powerglide, 2 speed wiper and wasiher, pushbutton radio, white tires, EZI windshield, heater, turn signals. BISCAYNE 4 door sedan, white tires, deluxe wheel covers, foam seat, heater,'turn signals, oil filter. BUY A CHEVROLET AS LOW AS *2045°° 1962 CHEVY II NOVA convertible, Powerglide transmission, deluxe wheel covers, pushbutton radio, padded dash. It's beautiful, NOVA convertible, standard transmission, deluxe wheel covers, padded dash, push-button radio. NOVA 2 door hardtop, Deluxe wheel covers, Powerglide transmission, EZI windshield, white sidewall tires. 1962 CORVAIR / MONZA convertible, Maroon with black and while top, Power- glide, padded dash, wire wheels, turbofired 145S engine. MONZA 2 door sedans, Choice of 3. Blue, black and white. Standard or Powerglide. Fully equipped. 700 SEMES 4 door sedan, spare wheel lock, 'padded dash, white tires, heater, turn signals. Standard Shift. 1962 BUICK LESABRE 4 door hardtop, Power steering and brakes, radio, healer, deluxe wheel covers, white tires. LESABRE 2 door Sport coupe, all power including rear seat speakers and white tires. , INVICTA Wildcat, Buick's newest sports model, red with white top. ELECTRA 225 2 door hardtop. This one has all power, too, BEFORE YOU BUY . . .JUST SEE WHY Chevrolet leads the way in sales across the nation!' Bukk is having its best- month since 1955! BUY A CHEVY II AS LOW AS BUY A COBVAEFt AS LOW AS CHEVROLET 201 L Broadway WSE BUICK Phone! 4135 Thursday Evening, Hay 21, :852- LAY CORNERSTONE—A stonemason 1 is shown assisting Jerome Straka, president of Chose- brough-Pond's, Inc., as he troweled in the cornerstone of the company's newest shipping pjant in Monticello. Looking on' at the ceremony were OFFICIALS PARTICIPATE Representative Charles Halleck, middle, and LI. Gov. Richard Risilinc. The building, when completed, will be us«d for storage and Itor shipping of the firm's products to a fifteen-state area. (Staff Photo.) Monticello Plant Cornerstone Loid MONTICELLO - Second Dis- irict Representative Charles Halleck and Lt. Gov. Richard Ristine assisted Jerome A. Straka, ^resident of the Chesebrough- Pond's Inc., in dedication and cornerstone laying ceremonies at he firm's 70,000 square foot ware- louse at Monticello. Halleck and^Ristine joined Monticello city officials ant! company •epi'esenta tivesi in the Thursday morning ceremony at the new }la.nt located west of Monticello on U. S. M. During the formal ceremonies at the warehouse site, Mr. Straka .roweled the cornerstone which was then set permanently in place. Approximately fifty persons were on hand for .the ceremony. The Monticdlo warehouse will landle billing;, order processing and shipping ' operations for the entire line of Chesebrough-Pond's products for a fifteen-state area. The plant will be used for storage and office space will be provided for the staff at the Monti' cello unit.' Plans call for the plant to be completed in the summer of 1962 and iii expected to handle 20 million pounds of products per year to the fifteen stales. Architects for the new building are Hunting, Larsen and. Dunnells, of Fittiiburgh, Pa., and the Construction Associates, Inc. of jOgansport has the. general contact for the structure. Robert G. Fisher was to serve as master of ceremonies for the noon luncheon for governmental and • company officials. Mayor •arl Scidholz was to officially welcome: the plant officials to the :ity of Ilonticello at the luncheon. MIGRATES 75 MILES COLUMBUS, Ind. (UK) -A bat : ound in a hangar at Bakalar Air Force ISase near here recently lad migrated about 75 miles in ;he last nine months. The ibat was banded, and a checkup showed it was banded in Wait Ruling On Marshall .FRANK-CM, Tex. (UPI) - Dr. oseph Jachimczyk, a Houston wlihologist, planned to give h i s in-al report today of an autopsy n; conducted on the body of an agriculture official lie thinks was murdered while investigating the 3illie Sol Estes business empire. , Jachimczyk said in a preliminary report to the grand jury on'squall of severe thunder-storms en Tuesday he felt Henry H. Mar- route lo .Xansas City, Mo., an JU- Wyandotte Cave in County last Aug. 24. Crawford PLANE CRASH VICTIM MUNCIE, Ind. («PI)—Philip E, Giberson Sr., Jackson, Mich., who was killed in the Continental Air lines jet plane crash in Iowa Tuesday night, was a native o: Muncie. Gi'benion was owner of the Guy Berson Sand Co. at Jackson. JOHN L's TAKE BOSTON (UPI)-John L. Sul livan, Ihe first > modern heavy weight champion, earned a lota of $1,221,320 during his ring and stage ciireer from 1878 to 1915. Checking Wreckage Of IPIbne UNdONVJLLE, Mo, (U?[) Federal investigators and Continental Airlines officials I o d a y studied (he scattered wreckage of 3. big jit li.ier that apparently disintegrated in a high level storm, plunging the 45 jxsrsons aboard {•;» thciir deaths. Government officials indicated the Continental Boeing 7(17 flew into severe air turbulence a( »,• feet Tuesday niglil and came apart. I'iecei of (he "Golden Jet" wers strewn for at Icasl i>0 miles along a path that straddled (he Misscuri-lowH state line north of here. An FBI special di.sa.ster squad, 15 Civil Aeronautics Board officials and representatives of the Federal Aviation Agency joiiu'd the search over Hie rugged, hilly terrain for remains of Continental's Flig.it 11 bound from Chicago to Los Ange'es. FAA Administrator Najceb Halaby told a rows conference that the cautif! of the crash was undetermined but "(here was severe turbulence due to a line squall." Scattered over 60 Miles When ;isk«l if the plane fell apart, in the air, Halaby said, "Well, it scattered over an area of at lew! 60 miles. You can tell as well ss I can." Another FAA spokesman said there were indications the plane, carrying 37 passengers unci a crew of eight, "disintegrated" while toying to dodge the line shall, 52, was killed last year instead of committing suicide. He suid he would make a final report xiday after completing studies of body tissue and other tests. An unimpeachable source told United Press International Wedmesday that investigators are now fully convinced that Marshall was murdered and that three suspects are being closely watched. •He said Marshall may have been shot for revenge or to prevent detection. T h e grand jury has Issued a subpoena for William Elliott, head of lh<» investigative 1 division of the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service for this region, and ordered him bn bring along his file concerning Estes' cotton acreage allotments. terjnedielg stop 25 minutes away. The plane look off from Chicago's C-'Haie Airport at 9:35 p.m. CDT and apparently cruised into a lightning storm with winds up to 75 miles an hour, which broke it U> pieces. SUSPENDED' SENTENCE INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) -George T. JJ&on, 23, Du.i!ge'r, a high school 'teacher, was given a two- year suspended sentence WedneS' day in Federal Court here on charges of sending obscene letters through the liiails. Per Diem Pay INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)- Cover- nor Webih snd Budget Director John Hstchett (oday authorized an increase in per dii;m pay for stale employes and officials who must travel within the state on their duties. The new rate will be $18 a day effectivi' Julv 1. The old rale was TITLE QUICKIE DETROIT (UPI) — James .T. Jeffries, while heavyweight champion, knocked out Jack Finnegan af; 55 seconds of (ho first round in Detroit on April 6. 1908. Since the bout: was officially scheduled far 10 rounds, that's probably the heavy titl« quick- kayo record. HERE THEY ARE. The 1st Of The Tirade-Ins On Our •i SALES MANAGERS NASSAU HO LI DAY SALE! 61's steering, radio, hearer, cruise-o- matjc, white lide wall tires, whoel covers. ran FAIRIAWE M0 ' dr t. d ;;±±r v - 8> ev "~ FOiD FAIRIAN'E 2 d ;i d :;:°" M lron>ml>!i0 '' * FQND.FMCON 2mo t r dtll ""- l " m packc ' 3 " ford '°' FO'RiD FALCON RonchBro 6 c/llnd.r, pickup. 6G's I'flJM'l PA'ID'l A Kit* ^ t ' ocr * »yli"J'> r « itroighl trommii- FORD 'CENTURY SEDAN stciiion Woson * p°^w I UI\U V&lllUni JCUMIM v . 8 ,, utomot i c t m aimii. lion, power it««rincj. FORD FALCON M.G. 4 door, deluxn 1 'ini package, l"ord-o- malic, 2 door. 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