Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
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Wednesday Evening, June 6, 1962. LOGANSPQKT PUBIJC irt, Indiana, Phaws-Tribune Tlire* Rain Great Boost to Crops Of Logan-land's Farmers Rain means many things, but to Logan-land farmers this week's rain was a great joy.- Crops that have been planted over the past several weeks will now germinate and grow. Paul Rogers, assistant Cass county extension agent, said that sbout 95 percent of the corn and about 90 percent of soybeans have been planted. In almost all cases where corn was planted on time, the farmers have cultivated at least once. The rains of the weekend and on Monday will hamper, to some ex- lent, cultivation of excessively weedy corn fields. However, the rain was ideal for the continued growth of the corn. WEATHER CONDITIONS have been favorable this year for corn. There was a little delay in germination because of the dry spring and the recent cool nights. The heavy moisture will, in isolated cases, promote some disease. The rain was ideal for the soybeans- just shooting through the ground. In many instance the beans had to come through hard, crusty ground, and the rain helped the process. The rain will also aid the farmers in hoeing the beans. . . Perhaps the crop that felt the brunt of the dry spring was oats. The oats,crop will be a little .short this year because of the weather conditions earlier in the year. Farmers can expect poor stands as the fields did not get enough moisture to get a good germina. - tion. However, the recent rains have helped a little, but in mosl cases the rains came too late. OATS PLANTING in the area has decreased rapidly during the past several years and is not considered to be a money crop. The rains were very beneficial for pasture areas throughout the area. Most pastures were stunted by the early season dry spell and hard winter. Rains in late April nnd early May provided the necessary moisture to get the pas- .ures.baek up to peak growth. The area wheat crop will be somewhat disappointing this year as the winter was extremely hard on the crop. However, the rains lave helped the stands in the area. Much of the winter wheat was dlled when ice formed over the fields and stood for- some length of time. 'Wanton Murder' WASHINGTON (UPI) - The State Department said Monday the free world stands aghast at the Secret Army Organization's threat to resume what it .called "wanton murder" in Algeria. State Department Spokesman Lincoln White denounced "that the merciless killing of innocent peoples" will be resumed m i d night tonight unless the OAS receives "satisfactory responses" in SEVERAL FARMERS were cul- .ing hay during the later part of ast week and the rains were very harmful to the new cut hay. Excessive moisture will not permit proper curing of hay. Farmers who have hay down are now ooking for several days 'of sunshine. Generally speaking, farming operations in Logan-land are on schedule. The forecast for crops his year appear a little better ;han the year before. This is especially true for the corn crop, Rogers slates. negotiations. He said that "such wanton murder has no excuse, no justification and .can lead only to a sadder future." THREE SHARE HONOR DETROIT (UPI) - The. only three major league players ever to have hit home runs over the right field roof of Tiger Stadium are Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle and Norm Cash. STOCKS BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS Buy or Sell Order* Denham Co. Reapportionment Faces Long Fight By EUGENE J. CADOU INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — It's going to be a long, long trail a- winding through the political swamps for reapportionment in Indiana. Despite the U. S. Supreme Court's decision • supporting reap- pwtionment in the Tennessee case, a fundamental cleavage, between the Democratic and Republican policies on this issue exi'its. Led by Governor Welsh, the Democrats are likely to write a plank for their state convention on June 22 demanding reapportionment iof both the Senate and House of the General Assembly on WOOL WORTH'S KLEENEX TISSUE 4 a?84c COSMETICS • ROM Talcum • Caitil. Shampoo • Egg ond Lanolin Shompoo • Spray S«t • Wove Set with BrilKantlnft Dry Skin Cleaner Body and Hand Lotion 2 »>, 60c plus tax FulM 2 lb. Cake All Water bar population basis. The Democrats publicly main- ain that the State Constitution tipulates this method. Realistical- y, the Democrats favor this form f redistricting because it would ;ive metropolitan centers' a larger number of legislators. The )emocrats believe they can con- rol most of-the big cities. Republicans Disagree Republicans of both houses and heir nominees for the .legislature already 1 have discussed'redistrict- ng. The prevailing sentjment.is or reapportionment of the House on a population basis and of the Senate according to geography; The GOP in the past has de- ayed all typ.es of reapportionment The Most Treasured Gifts Co me From The Golden Rule THIRD FLOOR—DIAL 4166 FATHERS MT- deserves the very best A chair makes an excellent gift, one thot will give .comfort, relaxation and pleasure.. .a gift that keeps on giving. You'll be sure to find one that's just right a % t the Golden Rule! 109 Give him .the world's most comfortable reclining chair, , .the Strato lounger. It automatically adjusts to your "most comfortable position. See our new elegant styles featuring easy- care glove - soft: Bolta Vinelle in beige, green, white and gold. AVON swivel rocker rocks and turns a full circle. Foam seat and deep foam- iilled back. upholstered with durable fabric and Vinelle m beige. because of the, probable loss of seats in, the rural areas, which have been Republican strongholds in the past. ' Thus, even the so-called federal plan, which is likely to be endorsed at the GOP state convention on June 19, means a retreat, from opposition to all forms of reapportioriment and probably results from fear that the Supreme Court might step in and force all- cut redistricting. Many years would elapse under the Republican proposal, which would require a .constitutional amendment. This would have to be adopted by-two successive ses. sions of the legislature and then approved by the voters at a general election. The GOP chiefs are well aware of this period of delay and rejoice in it. Complicating the situation is a belief that some provision must be made for women voters. The! Constitution says that redistricting should be on the basis of enumeration of male voters only. • Cynical legislators By .terms of the Constitution, this enumeration should have been conducted in 1921, but the cynical solons have disregarded this provision all through the years since. 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Entries must be po»tm>rked by midnight on Friday to be eligible for drawing; on following Thursday. Enter •o often an you wish. Bach entry must be mailed separately. 4 AH entries submitted during the 12 weekly Sweepstakes will be eligible for Grand Prifee drawing on August23, 1962. ' ' 6 Each entry must be accompanied by any three "World Tour" notfle cap» (actually any three Coca-Cola, bottle caps are acceptable) or three pieces oE E lflin paper 3" x 5" on which you have hand drawn ^'Goca-Cola in block let- irinsV All entries become the property of the sponsoring iimw and none will be returned. « Prize winners will be selected in random drawings by Mr. J. S. Vuncker, President of The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Indianapolis. His decision* with respect (o »11 phases of the Sweepstakes will be final. Only one prize to • family. , •' • , 7. Tax liability on any prizes will be the sole responsibility of prize winners. 8. Sweepstakes is open only to residents of Indiana residing in areas served by tb» following sponsoring Coca-Cola. Bottlers m Anderson, Bloomington, Co- lumboi Crawfordjvllle, Elwood, Frankfort, Gre«ncmtl«; Goitun, Indianapolis, Lafayette, LaPorta, Loganiporr, Muncie, Marion, Newcattle, Plymouth, nusiwille," Shelbyville and South Bend. Not open (o employees and their lamilies of: The Glen-Coin Company, Coca-Cola Dottier* nnd their Advertising agencies, nor I ho verifying officials and their families. Sweepstakes void where prohibited by !uw. 9. Winners wilt Ije notified by mnil approximately 7 days after drawing. For a list of prize winners, s»jnd teparate stamped, self-addressed envelope toe Winntr'g Lint f Coca-Cola Bottling Company / Indianapolis, Indiana, Important! Do not send this request with Sweepstakes entry. .ENTRY BLANK._._.._...._ Mail to: World of Cash Sweepstafies Box 552, Indianapolis, Indiana or to your local Coca-Cola Bottler COCA COLA BOTTLING CO., 12 S. «>h St., lognnipon, Ind. Address. City-— -Zone .Indiana Open only to residents of Indiana residing irt areas served by the sponsoring Coca-Cola Bottlers In Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Crawfordsville, Elwood, Frankfort, Greencastle, Goshen, Indianapolis, Lafayette, LaPorti, Logansport, Muncie, Marion, Newcastle, Plymouth, Rushville* Shelbyville and South Bend, : Coca Cola Bottling Co.,-.•i mi i imi "ii in MI iinianm mm .mi at n«oamu.amn Logansport, Ind. Inc. PUBLIC LIBRARY

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