Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1962 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
Page 7
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LQGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAO Wednesday Evening, 3une 5, Jaycees to Name July 4th Queen A $250 scholarship or a trip for iwo to New York will be given the winner of the "Miss Independence" contest to be held in connection with the JayCee-sponsored Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration this year. Second place winner will receive a $50 government savings bond and the third place winner •will be given a wrist watch. This announcement was made Wednesday by John Barnes and Earl Reich, co-chairmen of the contest. They said last years winner, Miss Katharina Hilbert, won third place in the state contest at Bloomington. Any single girl between the ages of 16 and 21 is eligible to enter the contest an<J those desiring to compete this year should contact Barnes at 4833 or Reich at 5877. The contest winner this year will reign, as queen of the Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration, July 2, 3 and 4. Several television stars will come here for the celebration this year, Gulp reported. Captain Star and Harlan Hickenlooper of channel 6 will put on a show Tuesday,- July 3, and Curly Myers of Western theatre will appear July 4. Old Stone Building To Be Torn Down An old stone building at 891 Sherman St.,. one of the oldest in the city, is to be torn down, according to a building permit issued by the commissioner's office Tuesday. Material in'the building will be used. to renovate another stone building at 979 Sherman St., according to the permit issued to H. E. Earner. Cost of the renovation is estimated, at $500, the permit said. Other permits issued Tuesday include Mrs. Ellen Elder, residential repairs at 701 Van Buren St., $71; George Leffert, garage at 734 Van Buren St., ?600. The average American today eats 15 per cent more vegetables than his grandparents did 50 years 'ago. Urges Approval Of Rigid Farm Surplus Controls WASHINGTON' (UPI)-A Democratic farm' leader said Tuesday ;hat Congress must approve President Kennedy's program for rigid •arm surplus controls or there will be "a Billie SoTEstes every state, and perhaps three or four in some." Rep. W.R. Poage, Tex., tanking Democrat on the House Agriculture Committee, made the statement before the House Bules Committee, which opened hearings on moves to get the farm bill cleared 'for floor debate. Page said that unless the bil is passed, the feed grain program now in operation would continue next year. Under the program farmers are guaranteed .govern ment price supports on unlimitec production. This would lead to mounting surplus storage and more Estei cases, Poage said. "Would you export them from Texas?" Rep. Clarence J. Brown R-Ohio,- asked Poage. - "I .believe if you 'give, them time, . you'll establish 'a home grown one in Ohio," replie Poage. SULLIVAN, Ind. OUPI) - An ivansville detective testified 'uesday. that L'eslie Irvin, 38, Svansville, pipefitter, admitted taging 13 or 14 burglaries in the Svansville area in 1954. Irvin. .is charged with first- .egree murder in the fatal shoot- ng of Wesley Kerr, 29, an'Evans- ille service station attendant dur- ng a 1954 robbery. He was con- icted and sentenced,to death for the-slaying iri 1955 but the U".S. iupreme Court later reversed the conviction. Detective Capt. Dan Hudson of he Evansville, police testified re- ;arding a confession made by 'rvin following his arrest in 1954. fudge Joe Lowdermilk, however, PENNEYS th EASY-CARE PLAIDS BY FAMOUS DAN 'RIVER tight breeze-catching cottons, all with matched pockets, permanent stays! Machine wash, little or no iron! Sanforized®. Men's sizes Combed cotton broad- clothsl Solids! Pastels! Machine wash! 1.98 Action shoulder knit! — Combed cotton tlextur- ed stitches! 2.98 T FULL FASHION BAN-LON^ KNIT GETS POCKET! Ban-ton® nylon sriirt with a tailored usable pocket! Classic styling, 2-color trim. Machine washesl Six shades! Soys Irvin Admitted 13 Burglaries of the alleged confession and said he might reconsider a defense motion for a mistrial if it developed that Hudson's., testimony regarding the confession could not bj tied to the death of Kerr. A hearing on the admission of Hudson's ^testimony, which began last Friday in the absence of the jury, ended. Tuesday afternoon. Lowdermilk ruled the testimony was admissabls. . Hudson said that Irvin had admitted staging the series of robberies and had admitted killing three persons hi the Evansville area during the•. burglaries. He also is charged with killing three persons 'in Kentucky during the same period.. Indiana State Police testified that in April-, 1955, Irvin. admitted killing Kerr and told him he shot the service station attendant because he thought Kerr was trying to escape during .a,holdup. refused to admit a tape recording Detective William Cornett of the I in 1728. WAR HERO RECOVERS NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPD- World War I hero Sgt. Alvin C. York, 74, hospitalized since May 26 by internal bleeding, may be able to return to his home at Paull Mall, Tenn,, Thursday or Friday, his doctors said Tuesday. CRICKET SINCE 172g LONDON (UPI)-The first recorded match of cricket — the grand - old British game — was played between Kent and Surrey Logansport, Indiana Phai os-Tribune Seven Good Supply of Food Varieties For Shoppers WASHINGTON (UPI)-Weekend food shoppers will find a wide variety of attractive buys in food stores this week. At produce counters look for plenty of cabbage, corn, cucumbers, lettuce, onions, potatoes, and tomatoes—among 'the vegetable choices. Fruit selections will include good supplies of oranges and strawberries. With dairy production at its seasonal, high—most food store will be featuring an appealing array of milk and dairy products, as a part of the June dairy month campaign. Eggs also are in their season of peak produc- tion and represent an excellent protein buy. " For other protein buys, look-to broiler-fryer (thickens as the leader along with beef and pork, particularly ham! and pork chops. • For the fish course there arc good supplies! of fish sticks and fish portions, scallops, and canned tuna. ' ' ACTOR IN HOSPITAL NEW YOBK (UPI) - Actor' Charles Laughton remained hospitalized todsiy undergoing treatment for an, old back injury ho aggravated nicently while on (our in "An- Evening With Charles Laughlon." Officials a1 Memorial Hospital' here said it was undetermined how long Laughton would have' lo remain for treatment. wscouurs on CAROM "lO-Ft. Folding Border Fence Plastic coated <f 43 Reg. 1.59 J."" 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