Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 31, 1962
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PUBLIC LIBRA KI Thursday Evening, May 31, 1962. Dixie Gets Rain To Halt Drought By United Press International Drought-breaking heavy rains continued to wash ' Dixie today, quenching forest fires in the Florida Everglades. .More violent weather raked the southern Plains during the night, dropping hail stones the size of baseballs on some sections of Oklahoma and Missouri. A heat wave continued in Texas, where some points reported 100-degree readings Wednesday. The heaviest rains fell in Mississippi, where McComb .measured 2.40 inches in six hours Wednesday. Tupelo had 3.57 inches in 24 hours. The Mississippi rains broke a three-week drought, which had threatened harm to cotton and Claims Record in Catching 269-Lb. Allison Tuna Fish UMUE, Kauai, Hawaii (UPD— A fisherman . using a borrowed boat caught a 269Vi pound Allison tuna Wednesday and will submit it to the International' Game Fishing Association to claim the world record. Henry Nikshlkawa of Nawiliwili look two hours to land his catch, using a 14-0 reel with a 130-pound test nylon monofilament liv;e to which he had attached a homemade artificial lure. The catch was witnessed by his fishing companion, Kazuo Funamura. The world record currently recognized is 266'/£ pounds, caught by Brooks Kelly of Chicago off the Kona coast of Hawaii on June 22 M59. The islands have hel'd the record for'Allison tuna since 1937 when a 265 pounder was landec off Honolulu. Wednesday's catch was 6 fee 1 1 inch long, with a girth of 53 inches. GARY MAN DROWNS PAW PAW, Mich. (UPI)-James Savage, 50, Gary, Ind., drownec Wednesday while fishing on Eagle Lake near Paw Paw. The body was recovered early today. com crops and delayed soybean )lanting. But there was no relief 'or Harrison County, a Gulf Coast area which hasn't had rain for 1 days. New Orleans, La., got its first rain in 30 days, ending the Crescent City's longest May drought 'n 63 years. Rain helped ease the worsl ieorgia drought on record, bul more was needed to save the stale's tobacco and corn crops Although the Florida .rains doused many Everglades fires, a blaze continued in the 6,000-acre Corkscrew swamp, threatening wildlife sanctuary and the n; lion's last remaining stand of vir ;in bald cypress trees. s The U.S. Weather Bureau warned of minor lowland flooding along the Missouri River between St. Joseph and Boonville, Mo. Heavy rains in the Red Rivei Valley along the Minnesota-North Dakota border brought lowianc flooding in the Fargo-Moorhea< area. Iowa's Raccoon, North, Middl and South rivers were subsiding as was the Iowa River at Mar shalltown and the Skunk Rivei at Sigourney. The Des Moine River was rising and was expect ed\to crest below, flood stage to day at Des Moines. Eichmann Seeks Appeal From UN JERUSALEM (UiPI) - Adol Eichmann has asked his lawye to appeal the United Nations ant the West German government t try to save him from the gallows reliable sources said here today Israel President Itzbak Ben-Zvi was expected to begin considera lion of Eichmann's clemency pie today. i The defense lawyer, Dr. Rober Servatius of West Germany promised to make the las ditch effort to save the convicte Nazi mass murderer but he tol Eichmann he might be executet before either of these two bodie could possibly take action, sources said. th DELPHI CLUB WILL MEET ON JUNE 7 DELPHI — The; Delphi Art Club ill meet on Thursday.tane 7, at :30 p.m. in the'REMC auditor- im. Clayson Baker of Indianapo- s will demonstrate portrait paint- ng' Mrs. John Walker and Adrian Smith are in charge of the ar- angements. CLUB MEETS The Questers of Carroll County met Wednesday evening, May 23, n the Flora library. Mrs. Jesse 3riggs offered devotions. Using he subject "In Every Thing Give Thanks." Mrs. Marion Gibson. >rogram chairman, spoke on the origin of fans. Mrs. Pearl Gilbert jrovided old fashioned music. Mrs. Wesley Ficken, discussed :he different kinds of fans and members brought displays of fans. Flowers were displayed by mem- Ders in antique containers. The llower of the month, Lilies of the valley, were used to center the serving table. Hostesses were Mrs. .Gibson and Mrs. Ficken. PERSONALS Three Delphi juveniles arrested recently on charges of stealing gas were released to their parents. They will be arraigned in juvenile court at a later' date. Mr. and Mrs. James Blythe and Bill Blythe left Tuesday for Philadelphia where they were to visit relatives enroute to New York City where they will visit Mrs. Harry Blythe, their grandmother. James was graduated Monday from Manchester College and Bill was graduated Sunday from the Delphi high school. Mrs. Harry Blythe was to treat them to a bus tour and show them the sites in New York City. Investigation WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep. Wright Patman, D-Tcix., chairman of the House^Senate Joint Economic Committee has ordered an immediate investigation of business investment because of the sharp drop in the stock market this week. He said the investigation would begin in the fall but "in view of the recent sharp decline in stocks and other developments, I believe that one or two of the investigations should ibe moved up to the earliest practicable dates." Farm Bureau Items NOBLE Readings, poems and musical selections were presented at the recent meeting of the Noble township Farm Bureau.) The Pet and Hobby Club members had charge of the program, Flowers were presented , two mothers: Mrs. Fairy Dumm,' the shortest and Mrs. Opal Jackson, tallest. Bobby McKaig and Nancy Heckard gave a reading;. Jo Ann Speicher, piano solo; David Ide, Steve Lynas and Stan Lynas, a reading; Denny Ide,. a poem; Steve Heckard and Roger Me- Kaig, a musical duet; Debra Snyder, poem; Linda Lee, a piano solo. Ed McKaig, chairman presided at the'session. Janice Lynas, led :he pledge of allegiance' to the 'lag. There was group singing led oy Emma' Speicher, with Betty McKaig playing piano accompaniment. Devotions were given by Rodney Bu'sard.' Don Henderson, third, .district field man, spoke on the importance of forjeign trade and 'common market to the farmer. Winona Albright, women's lead, er, gave the, safety lesson on car seat belt and.check up. Pet and Hobby members mel with'-Mrs. Shirley Moss. -.Committees for the next meeting include: Entertainment, Mr, and Mrs. Clay Ide,,Mr. and Mrs. Ered Moss; refreshment, Mr. ant Mrs. Clarence Nice, Mr, and Mrs, U. S. Stockpile WASHINGTON - According to congressional figures, the federal' stockpile of strategic and critical materials rose $1.4 million in February. This pushed the total' cost of acquiring • 'the stockpile well, alxjve $8.7 billion, of which more than $3.4 billion has been declared surplus. Farmer Killed By Tractor BRANCH OITY, Mich. (UPI)Cedric Reed, 58, Fort Wayne, Ind., was i killed Wednesday when crushed, by a tractor which tipped over as he-was mowing grass on a farm here. The machine pinned him -in a. water-filled ditch. Keith • Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Maurices Nice, Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Heckard. * Lcgansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three Install Eagles Lodge Officers Next Wednesday Newly elected officers of the Eagles lodge will 'be installed in ceremonies next Wednesday. The induction of officers will be conducted by F. W. Hepperle as Grand Worthy President and Carl W. Zimmerman as Grand Worthy Conductor. At a meeting Tuesday, 'eleven candidates were inducted, the last class unier Worthy President E. C. Allen. The class put the local Aerie over its quota for the year. Attendance awards went to Carl Friclc, Cornelius Marchand, F. W. Hepperle, William J. Wagner, Carl Zimmerman and Patron Eagle, award to Charles Rombold. 15 Honored By Kiwanis Fifteen honor students at Logansport high school were honored Tuesday at the weekly luncheon meeting of (he Kiwanis Club. They were: Steve Miller, Deborah Peters, Valerie Peters, John Reddy, Janet Snyder, Patricia Vitello, Ronda Wissinger, Paul Beck, Michael Gibson, John Gray, Mary Jane Lebo, Kathy Chambers, Jean Harrington, Rulh Laird and Becky Spangler. Speaker for the dinner^was Har- Ian White, director of admissions at Purdue University, who spoke on education in East Africa. White visited that area last year. 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