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ICwelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Commencement Programs At Seven Schools By United Press International Seven Indiana colleges and universities held commencements Sunday and- six more were scheduled for today. Notre Dame, Purdue, Marian, Joseph's, Hanover Central graduated Wabash, St. and Indiana their. 1962 classes Sunday. • " v > Scheduled today were Indiana University, Evansville, Goshen, students. Former vice president and treasurer of Purdue, Dr. B..B. Stewart, said the graduates must fulfill their obligations to insure their rights. "When no one obeys his legal, social or economic obligation, complete chaos must be the inevitable result," he said; Columbus,:, industrialist J. Irwin Miller, president of the National , , . . Marion, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Council of Churches, told, gradu- •and Huntington College. h tes ° f Marian College, a Roman. Catholic liberal arts college, that Religious broad-mindedness was shown in the choice of several commencement speakers. St. Joseph's, Marian, and Notre Dame, all Roman Catholic schools, had leading Protestants delivering their commencement addresses. Indiana University conferred an honorary degree on the president of Notre Dame, the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh. Lodge Is Speaker Notre Dame's speaker, former U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Henry Cabot Lodge, told about 1,400 graduates that the world needs a "free world forum" where the powers of the world could meet to fight communism. "The United Nations, although utterly indispensable, is the place where the free world and the Communists meet and is not the' free world forum where the forces of freedom can be rallied," he said. In a split session, Purdue University graduated more than 1,800 Christians must strive for unity to save the world. "Our differences are grave. but if we can't speak with one voice, the world race might run its course to destruction," he said. Tradition at Wabash Honoring tradition, Wabash commencement addresses were de- Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 Quotes in the News 'By United Press International PARIS — Rafael Garcia, eyewitness to the crash of a jetliner which killed 130 personsj on the sound of death: "You get used to the sound ol the engines as the planes take off. When . I hea'rd this one coming along the runway I knew there was something wrong by the sound of ihe engine. The jet en gine was making that ' noise of desperation." ting class. John T.< Hays HI, Sulvan, and Earl Arnett, Fort Sherdan, 111., delivered the address to ie 97 graduating seniors. Governor Welsh, an elder in the )isciples of.; Christ denomination, old graduates of: St. Joseph's that Ithough' 1 they may toe.called on to ght for 'America's , freedom. .a less obvious, less .dramatic, but onetheless requiring courage and evotion to, your, country and her ighest ideals is the 'continuing truggle for full realization- of asic ,find constitutional rights for 11 Americans." In ceremonies at Hanover Col- ege, Dr. William A., Morrison, 'hiladelphia, Pa!, told 160 gradu- tes that education should be the xperience'which creates a life- ime of questions, not one that applies "all answers. Another Columbus industrialist, Glenn W. Thompson, board- chairman of Arvin Industries,. Inc., FOR OVER 25 YEARS! "ROSS REID Roofs'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free WOMEN WANTED ages 18 to 59 • FOR SPARE TIME training, with or without* high Jchool education, to learn practical nursing. There is a critical shortage of practical nurses in this area. You are needed as doctor's assistants, in clinics, institutions, private duty, etc. Short spare time training with easy 1u- Ition plan. Spoc'al classes for hiale nurses. Far free booklet caffed "Practical Kursmg and you," write today. Free Placement 'Service Available ,~, To All Graduates Nurses Training Schools, Box Z-28 Pharos'Tribune & Press, Logansport, Ind., Box A-252 Name Address City Stale Occupation Age Telephone No Mar Sing 5/28/62 ATLANTA, Ga. - The Rev Edward .E. Tate, six of whose congregation members died in the wreckage of the ill-fated Boe ing 707 which crashed in Paris "We're all staggered.' This ha hit Atlanta like a ton of bricks But this is a community that wil rally round in a thing like this. 1 PARIS — A European settle returning to France from Algeria complaining about alleged poo treatment by French authorities "French dogs eat better than u Algerians." MOSCOW — The Soviet govern ment on the question of nuclea testing: "If the government of the Unr ed States will put into executio its intentions and continue to con duct high altitude explosions, . will take on the entire respons bility of worsening the interna tional situation." vered by members of the gradu-| spoke at outdoor ceremonies honoring Indiana Central College graduates. ' , Farewell for Wells Today, as the graduating season ontinued in full swing, Indiana 'University will graduate a class of nearly 4,000. Retirihg president •Herman B Wells delivered his 'final words to his final graduating class, ending a. 25-year period when he presided at 36 commencements. ' A former St. Mary-of-the-Woods graduate, Miss Mary Jean Wilkowski, will deliver the commencement address today in ceremonies presided over by 'Archbishop Paul Schulte of Indianapolis. Goshen , College:.' graduates will LEADS SOCCER LOOP NEW YORK (UPI) — American of Brazil edged Hajduk of Yugoslavia, 3-2, Sunday to take over first place in trie Interna- ional Soccer League. In the opening game of the double-header, Dundee of Scotland upset Guada- •ajara of Mexico, 3-2. hear the president of Wheaton College, 111. Industrialist D. Mead Johnson, president'of. Mead Johnson & Co., will speak.at services cutting the academic ties" today at Evansville College. , : Newspaper a plum n 1st Dr. George W. Crane "will deliver the address at Marion -College today. Graduating ceremonies at JHunt- ington College will feature an address by Dr. Myron F. Wicks, associate general secretary of the division of higher education of the Methodist Church. /, . Tragic Death ARGOS, Ind. (UPI) —One of three men believed stealing from trailers being transported on a freight train was killed Sunday when he lost his footing and fell beneath the wheels of one of the cars. .:< The body of Albina Fri«jlze, 23, Firebaugh, Calif., was . spotted some six hours later on the tracks by passengers on a passing train. Officials said Frietze was decapitated. •'> His companions were arrested on preliminary charges of burglary when the freight train, pulled into the Nickel Plate yards at Fort Wayne. They were Lupe Lopez, 20, and Victor Segovia, 24. Monday Evtning, June 4, 1962. | HEADS PILOTS UNION MIAMI BEACH (UPI) — Capt. Charles H. Ruby, 63, of Coral Gables, a National Airlines pilot for 26 years, Sunday was ' elected president of the Air Line Pilots Association (AUPA). He succeeded C. N. (Clancy) Sayen, who resigned after 11 years on the job. Enrollment in U.S. colleges has risen in 10 years- from 2.3 million students to 3.6 million. BOUND FOR THAILAND HONOLULU (UPI) - Approximately 200 mor e U.S. troops wcr« flying from H.iwaii to Thailand today, according to an Army spokesman. He said the anon were from the 8th Field Artillery of the 25lh Division based at Schofield Barracks on Oahv. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3998 _ GETS NEW PUS POST WASHINGTON (UH)-tDr. Donald J. Galagan, dental director of ;he commissioned corps of the Public Health Service, today was named assistant surgeon general. Galagan, a native of Buffalo Center, Iowa, has served with the Public Health-Service since 1937. 5-Day Forecast , By United Press International • Northern 3rd Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average 2 to 6 degrees above normal. Normal highs 73 to 80. Normal lows 53 to 60. Warmer- Tuesday, continued warm through the week. Precipitation will total about one inch in scattered .showers and thunderstorms throughout the week, • __ • Central & South Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures will average 2 or 3 degrees aibove normal with, little, day-today change. Normal highs 78. to 81. Normal lows 55 to 59. Precipitation will average one-half to one inch in thundershowers mainly .tonight and latter part of week. $ 25 to $500 on just your own signature or security. Phone 6116 TOE1E BUDGET CONSUiLING SERVICE 318 4th St. Loganiporr, Ind. "an! SBpngfield 36" HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS DON'T FOROET OAD COONIE'S GIFTS WALTON, INiD. HAS SOMETHING FOR See our advertisement in June 6 Pharos-Tribune— June 7 Press.. H. R. DIETZE Plumbing & Heating Residential-Commercial Indiutrlal SUBURBAN TRACTOR RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 649°° Easy Terms 25 Inch Cut. Have a ball ... with the suburban tractor that can do it all! Mows, plows, bulldozes ... does every job' in yard and garden.- Built by America's No. 1 manufacturer of riding mowers. See it perform! Full line of attachments. Easy terms available, too. .$339.95 DAVID S t 516-518 Broadway Phone 41'84 DAVIDS GRAND OPENING TUB-0-SUDS H ALL STAINLESS ST£tl WASHERS with SQUARE TUB-AGITATOR TYPE DESIGN COIN-OPERATED WASH YOUR rprr 9a,m.-5p.m.everyday LAUNDRY Hil« iKK Thru June 9 NEWIY ..REMODELED 'INSIDE AND OUT PLENTY OF PREE PARKING ON OUR NEW DRWE-AIR CONDITIONED SMBAD ST. at 12th Open 6 a. m. -Close 11 p. m. . DIAl 5940 Rhoads Rug Klea'ners Ph. 4530 Sale of Household Goods The household goods and equipment of the late Harry W. Price will be offered at private sale at 2017 George Street, beginning at 10:00 a.m., on Wednesday,".June 6th. The following are a few of the items to be included in this sale; 21-inch Stromberg-Carlson TV, desk and chair, coffee table, davenport and chair to match, 4-shelf bookcase, console radio, antique parlor lamp, beautiful antique hall tree, two 9x12 good rugs, drapes, pair brass andirons, several occasional chairs, 8-piece dining room suite, 5-piece bedroom suite, Westinghouse electric stove, Westinghouse refrigerator, Bendix automatic washer, Hoover vacuum sweeper with attachments, several electrical appliances in good condition; chrome breakfast- selj porch furniture, rocker, settee, and chairs, 3 step ladders, extensiojh ladder, rubber tired wheelbarrow, many tools and garden tools, :| dishes, cooking utensils and many other articles. ' , • • This sale will continue from day to day, opening at 10:00 each weekday; Open House Tuesday, June 5,1962,1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Not responsible for accidents. Mrs. Ann (Morgan) Wolf will conduct the sale for Thelma Price Pohl. For further information call Mrs. Ann (Morgan) Wolf, tele phone 2833, Protect Your Clothes Put them away creanl Our Economical Family Plan ANY 'PLAilN GARMENT 49 c •a. PUBLIC AUCTION We the undersigned, will sell the personal property of the late W G Went/, located at 711 West Mulberry St., Kukomo, Ind., on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1962 Sale to begin at l:0fl'p.m. Corner what not shelf; end tables; 21" TV; piano bench; base rocker; floor and table lamps; 2 pe. living room suite; antique arm chair; glass drum table and coffee table; fireplace! grate and screen; occasional chair; birdseye maple bedroom suite vfith 2 double beds, dresser and vanity; highboy; vanity bench and 2 j bedroom rockers;. 3 section book case; 9x12 rug and pad; baby bassinette and blankets; 4 poster bed, springs and mattress; dresser; cherry blanket chest; Singer treadle sewing machine; small bedroom rocker; hall tree;) small 5 drawer chest of drawers; electric healer; gossip bench; cherry spool bed, mattress and springs; kneehole desk and chair; 8 pc. dining room suite with glass lop for table; 7 pc. antique wash bowl and pitcher set; jardineer; small secretary; silverware; few cut glass dishes; some antique linens; large nchool bell; 5 pc. chrome dinette set; electric refrigerator; gas range; book shelf;! ABC wringer washer; twin tubs; Pewter lea set; picture frames; books; several flower plants; pressure' eanncri chairs; dishes; articles. TERMS: roaster; 3 high and many other cooking utensils; few hand tool s CASH. Not responsible in case of accidents. PAT and DOROTHY McHALE Roy L. Crume, Auctioneer Kokoino Phone GL-28478 Minimum Order— 5 Garments Box Storage for summer protection to all woolens Trust Your Clothes with one who knows LONG'S CLEANERS 17th & Broadway 3rd & linden Eastgate Plaza Ice Cream Soda Ultra-rich and so delicious! Our ice cream sodas are all such zesty treats! Big helpings of delicious ice-cream .. man, w.hat flavor! For Treats Of AH Kind-Try Our SODA FOUNTAIN at the CENTRA! DRUG STORE 4th and Broadway NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! CremeOi! Cold Wave ONLY ...... 53.50 Including Holrcut Open Daily 8:30 to 5 p.m. CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP NEU SMITH, Opirator 5th * E. Broadway Ov« Baihy't PlUMBlNGiHEATIN 115 8Ui5T - fASYPARX •ifka^i 3658 AL oW DON SCHMIDT LADIES ... You can get a Hair Cut, Shampoo, Permanent Wave and Set for just pennies more than a home job. Think it over. WEDEKIND BEAUTY COLLEGE 523 Market St. Phone 3572 GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding plcmtx, vegetable and flower plantt best varittiei, potted tomatoes, delphinium, painted and shasta daisies, tweet willtam, baby breath, bleeding hearts, cti- matis and othor porennlali. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill ' No Delivery KRQEGER 711 EAST MARKET lOGAMSPORT WHAT distinguishes Kroeger service from ordinary service? Families who know from experience have -told us that the difference lies 'in the completeness of our service, and in the many little "extra" things we do to relieve the tensions and the turmoil of bereavement. For Your Old 6-Volt or 12-Volt Battery We will allow $8.00 for your old 6-volt battery on any 14.95 24-month guarantee battery. Only $6.95 exchange. We wall allow $8.00 for your old 12-volt Battery on any 19.95 24 month guarantee Battery. Only $ll'lJ95 exchange. Much larger allowance will be given on 36 and 48 month guarantee, batteries.' Never buy a battery for your car, truck, Jraetor or boat until you see ... WOLF TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE DIM. 6194 717 'BurKngton Ave. | to store Phone your orders for drugs or health needs. We deliver to home or office, no extra charge. Also, we pick up prescriptions and deliver the precise medications. Try us! PHONE 4282 PORTER DRUd CO. Cor. 4th and Market - Fred Kranit, R. Ph. KOOLVENT The Firiest. . . in Aluminum—Storm Doors and Wincbws, Awnings, Siding, Guttering, Railing and Marquees. Several Colors to Choose From. AbSO SEE US FOR— Overhead doors, ornamental iron, electric operators, room dividers, accordion folding dooi'S, steel, aluminum and glass entrance doors. All types windows. Expert Installation and Maintenance EICO SALES ENGR CO. U. S. 35 N. 'Route 1, loganspoi f, Ind. Call 3167or 3494 for Free Estimates Lowe's Little Roofer Says: It's a roc f goof you'vei made "You've asked me your trouble and I'll fell you freely. Your roof looks all right but it isn't... not reallyll For," he said as he pointed umbrella emphatic, "The thing of it is you've a leak in your aHicI "You couldn't see the leak . . . nobody could've, But it oozed through the shingles as any leak would've. It rotted the sheathing and slithered the rafter, It sneaked in the walls and grew bigger therecifterl "The sneak leak it grew ther both fatter and faster, Until the disaster signs showed on the plaster. Your living room now's become- quite Adriatic, But it needn't have happened that leak in the atticl CALL 3666

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