Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 3, 1962 · Page 19
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SUNDAY, JUNE 3,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOBT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINETEEN Recreation Prog ram Set , At Air Base BUNKER HILL AFB—The month of June has 1 been proclaimed National Recreation Month by tlie National Recreation Association, and will be observed at Bunker 'Hill Air Force Base with Arts and Crafts exhibits and other programs. . Present plans calls for a trip to Chicago where base personnel can attend a White Sox baseball game and tour • of the city; a musical program in conjunction with the Community Center's weekly FOUR KILLED LA CORUNA, Spain (AP) - A truck loaded with oil barrels crashed into a house Saturday and burst into flames, killing four persons and gravely injuring a fifth. The driver and three occupants of the house perished. The sole survivor was pulled from ttie house by rescuers. . _____ dance on June 28th; base personnel will have the opportunity to enjoy bigtime wrestling and a dance' at the Servicemen's Center in Indianapolis, and see stock car races at the Kokomo -Speedway, The base Community Center will hold'an Arts and Crafts exhibit at the Community Center', on June 24, from 1:30 through 5:30. FOR FATHirS DAY Only the Best Will Do FATHER'S FAVORITE Designed especially for men's taste, Hallmark Father's Day cards are sure to please your •.father, grandfather, father-in-law-all the fovorite dads in your life! Choose your greetings from the distinctive new designs in our complete collection "when you care enough to send the very best." A Big Line of Appropriate Gifts for Dad SAMSONITE LUGGAGE Billfolds Fountain Pens Pen and Pencil Sets Desk 'Pen Sets Cigarette Cases Cigarette Lighters Travel Cases Comb and 'Brush 'Sets Bibles Shaving (Mugs Cocktail iSets Cocktail Shakers Poker Chip'Sets Tobacco Pouches Pipe IRacks Ash Trays Pipes Barometers Binoculars Fine Cigar 'Humidors Fine Luggage Fine Pipes GIVE IDAID uMN iBUBQTRLC (RAZOR SUNBEAM - REMINGTON RO'-L-A-iMiATIC SCHICK 3 SPEED-RONSON 66 AN'D NORELCO-ALL AT THE 'BEST DEALS IN TOWN. Cigarette lighters Ronson — AH sizes and prices. Ronson Voraflam'e Gas Lighters. Zippo and many other makes, sizes and prices. . Fine Smoking Tobacoo-tttoxes of Fine Cigars and Hundreds of other Appropriate Gifts for Dad. AIL iBBAUTIFUUlY GIFT WRAPPEDIPOR iFAiTHBR'iS DAY HIS NAME OR iMiONiOORlAlM UN GOltlD [LETTERS FREE ipN iFQUNlTAIN IPBN5 AND iL'EAiTBER GOODS Timberlake's Gift Shop "Your Father's IDay Gift Headquarters" Sponsored Listings Help Graduates Find Jobs Here Recreational Guide local businessmen, listed students' background and interests. Standing with Hedlund are seniors John Barrett, Phyllis Enycart (left) and Beverly Hunter. ' (Staff Photo) JOBS FOR LHS GRADS—Venter Hedlund (top left), UBM general manager, stands with three Logansport high school graduates who were hired as a direct result of their listings published in the Pharos-Tribune and Press two weeks ago. The advertisements, sponsored by iome branch of the armed forces. RBM, Logansport State Hospital, A number of Logansport high school seniors have found employment with local business and industry as a result of their listings which appeared in the Pharos-Tribune and Press two weeks ago. A survey of the students whose advertisements ran May 17 and 18 was conducted Friday by the news staff. Of the 54 students participating, 50 were contacted. In the two weeks since the listings appeared, 28 of the 50 questioned have received contacts from local merchants and'busi- nessmen, either by phone or letter. Of these 28, some 19 went on to interviews and 15 were hired as a direct result of the advertisement which appeared in the newspapers. A number of the students reported they had received two or three contacts and several .had interviews with more than one prospective employer. Several applicants contacted are still in the process of being interviewed for jobs and the number employed is expected to rise. The. advertisements, which eluded a picture of the student and a listing of his Or her background, experience and interests, were sponsored by local business and industry to aid graduating seniors who were seeking full-time employment in Logansport and surrounding communities. •Assisting inn the project were J. Harold Mertz, principal at the high school and John Ulmer, LHS guidance director. Of those students who did not use an advertisement, 159 are planning to attend college or seek further training, 48 were already employed, nine were planning to marry and 21 were undecided or uncommitted. Twenty-five planned to enter Students who have landed jobs n their home towns as a result >f the listing have thanked the ponsors of their advertisements or the opportunities made available to them. On the other, hand, employers n local business and industry said the .three-page listings pro- ided a helpful catalog of talent available to hire and aided in em- Joying persons with the proper jualifications for particular jobs. Those employing students as a result of the advertising include ' %' '"'-"-• :fT , PRICE REDUCED on this brand new HOOVER Constellation Exclusive Double-Stretch Hose Fast bag change takes only 5 seconds Fu) , horsepower motor NOW ONLY 39 Regular $59.95 Telescoping Wand won't come apart TRIlPH-'E ACTION HOOVER UPRIGHT CLEANER Beats, Sweeps and Sucks The Dirt, Cleaning all the way through the rug. Complete <t f f\ Cft with tools. At this *^«' JV low price. RES. $89.30 New low, light, rug and floor nozzle BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE W. T. Grant Co., the Farmers and Merchants bank, the Logans >ort Pharos-Tribune and Press, he Golden Rule, Carrico Fumi- ure Co. and Wolf Construction !o. The Child's Prayer Dear God, Forgive me for being mean to my mother and father. Forgive me that I did wrong to my neigh bors. Amen .This prayer was written, by Nancy Hershburger, daughter o Mr. and- Mrs. Martin Hershbur ger, during Week Day Religious Education class at Franklin school. CONTROLLER FIRED HAMMOND, Ind.- (AP) - State Rep. Joseph Klen confirmed Sat urday he has been fired as city controller' for running for Laki County auditor without the back ing of Mayor Edward Dowling Ken failed to win the Demo cratic nomination in the May primary. His dismissal is effec tive June 15. Sunday June 1? 'Every day, Dad remem- 'bets his family, and on ("Father's Day he gets re- 'iiiembered back. Norcross •cards will make his day in a great big way! HIATT'S Next To logon Theatre When school lets out in a few days, the kids—and hot weather —will be here to stay. With their arrival, Mother will be just as anxious to "get away from it all" as Dad is. And how easy it can be. You don't have to drive hundreds of miles on Sunday afternoon. You can find nearly every kind of recreational facility right here in Logan-land. Here is a list of only a few of the many lakes and parks in the area. It includes all the facilities available that could be determined. Why don't you take your family out this weekend? Go camping overnight or picnicking one afternoon. Swim in any of the lakes or just lie in the shade. It can make summer almost nice. In Logansport there are four main parks—Spencer, Riverside, Dykeman and Fairview. Each has water, tables, fireplaces, toilets and playground equipment. All of them but Fairview have pavilions; all but Dykeman have bill diamonds. In addition to these, there are several other smaller parks throughout the city. Tippecanoe River State park- drinking water, fireplaces, wood, toilets, showers, laundry, tables, camping, 'fishing, boating, small charge. Frances Slocum State Parkwood fireplaces, water, laundry, showers, boating, camping, fishing, toilets, tables, small charge Thornhope park — fireplaces tables, toilets, drinking water. Seven Sections L a k e—swim ming, fishing, boating, food charge. French.Post park—wood, fireplaces, tables, pavilion, toilets water, fishing,- boating. Royal Center park—water, toi lets, playground equipment, tab les, pavilion, fireplaces, tennis Fletcher Lake—boating, swimming, fishing. Pipe Creek Falls—food, tables, ater, toilets, charge for swimming. Indiana Beach — amusements, oilets, food, boating, charge for wimming. Roth park—food, water, swiin- ning, boating, fishing, water, toi- ball diamond. Nyona Lake—boating, camping pavilion, water, toilets, swimming fishing. lets. Buffalo parlc—tables, food, swimming, boating, fishing. Jasper-Puluski Game preserve —playground,; equipment, tables, water, toiletit, animals. Bruce Lake—boating, swimming, fishing. Manitou Lake—boating, swimming, fishinj;. .unions 408E.MARKET JT - SHREWD FOAM 69c Idool for Toy filling, spont|« pod filler, pi!. low*, insulation, •tc. Large Bo; DO IT YOURSELF POLYE1HER FOAM One Inch Thick x 18 Inches Wide. Made With DuiPont Nylene. Kl'EAl FOR 'BAR'i.TOOLS CHAIRS 'BENCHES CHAIR PADS PERMA-FOAM PILLOW FORMS Non^AIIergic, Hygienic, Resilient SQUAfl'E ROUND BOLSTER 98c 1.19 1.39 Top Honor ... Oar hats go off to these Pharos-Tribune & Press carrier-salesmen, our future business men of Logansport. These boys have taken their training seiriously ^j and have made a good record for this month. Honor Roll for May, 1962 PHAROS-TRIBUNE CARRIERS JIM ALBRECHT DAN MON'N'IER MIKE ADAIR DAVID BASHORfr JOE FOSTER TOM KISSINGER DONAL LOM-BARDI JERRY DENNY BEN LUETZOW CHUCK GARBAUGH NANCY KLEINMAN MilKEHOWEU. TOM OVERPECK JON ADAIR TOM WEST BILL FETT1G DICK STOTLER PAUL GRANT MIKE SIGLER RICHARD B'EAULIEU LOREN COON DAVID WATTS JOHN MORRIS FRED ZIMMERMAN LONIE STRAUCH EARL RICHTER JIM MCDONALD DOUGLAS WISLEY DON SCHACHE ' JOHN AN'TONELLI SCOTT BRADY JOHNCHADWICK ROBERT KEMPER KENNETH GOTSHAU DON WEIAND MIKE TIMMONS MILTON GIBBS JIM BERKSHIRE RONALD SHAVER LOGANSPORT PRESS CARRIERS JOHN HART LINCOLN OSBORN JIM BRINEY DANNY HARlMON '- DAN PUSEY ROBERT MILLER DANNY HUGHES BILL SANDERS JIM SANDERS JOHN HATCHER RONNIE DAVIS- LARRY ISAACS LARRY STUART DON TRI-BBETT DAVID MOORE ROGER HARGROVE LARRY FISSEL DON GRIBBLE REX COON JEFF PEAR To'qualify for th« monthly Honor Roll each boy must prove himself dependable by having cine or no complaints, paying his bill each week in full, promoting new subscribers and being prompt cind courteous at all times, these boys have a bonus for their special efforts put forth in serving thiilr customers and ours. CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT {INDIANA

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