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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
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Wednesday Evening, June 8, 1962. 27 Bunker Hill «** Airmen Promoted BUNKER -HILL AFB-Twenty seven airmen at the Bunker Hill Air Force Base have been notified of their promotions to master, technical and staff sergeant. Of this total, eight were promoted to master, 18 to tech and one to staff sergeant in the June 1st cycle. Master sergeants include Will- •ard M. Layton, W. J. McCormick, Jr., and G. H. Westerfelhaus, all of Hqs. Sq. 305th Bomb Wing; Donald L. Rae, 305th Armament and Electronics Squadron; Howard H. Moore, 305th Field Maintenance Squadron; Harry E. Bufford, 305th Organizational Maintenance Squadron; and Lloyd J. Loveoak and Basel I. Wheeless, both of Supply. Receiving technical sergeant stripes were Albert Gambini, Paul R. Adams and Albert D. Sedlor, all of Hqs. Sq. 305th Bomb Wing; Paul R. Steffen and Donald. E. Kunzler, both of the 68th Air Refueling Squadron; Anthony V. Nero and Marshall L. Hughes, both of 305th Organizational Maintenance Squadron; James L. McCoy and William R. Dobbing, both of the 45th Munitions Maintenance Squadron; James J. Morton anc Melvin Flanders, both of the 827th Medical Group; and Benjamin R Chavez and William T. Potts, both of 305th Armament and Electron' ics Squadron; William C. Gilbert 305lh Civil Engineering Squadron; Harvey E. Carlson, Supply; Ja cob A. Vallimont, 305th Field Maintenance Squadron; Lymon L Bates, 305th Combat Defense Squadron; and! Donald E. Stites Hclqs. Squadron, 305th Comba Support Group. Another airman, SSgt. Walte G. Malloy of the 827th Medica Group, was promoted to staff ser geant as being exceptionally well qualified. The above, list does not includ airmen selected for promotion ir excess of percentages as oullin ed in the USAF distribution list The base will be advised of anj additional selections. Before these promotion lists ar complete, another 31 airmen wl be promoted to staff sergeant an maybe several more promotion to master and technical sergeant will be made during this cycle. Five base personnel, who ar retiring from active Federal sei vice, were honored at a recen new Retreat and Retirement Cere mony Program. Retiring are Capt. Guido Gen notti, Hqs. Sq. 305the Bomb Wing and Master Sergeants: Harold D Bloom and Clifford E. Huffman both of Headquarters Squadron 305th Combat Support Group Frank P. Delia, 305th Food Ser vice Squadron; and TSgt. Anthon R. Brunkala, 305th Organizationa Maintenance Squadron. The retreat ceremonies will b held weekly while the retiremer eremonies are scheduled for th last duly day of the month t honor the retirees. The latter wi be a combination retreat-retire .ent with the units who have srsonnel retiring furnishing the ighls of airmen. The retreat schedule for.June ncludes the 827th Medical Group cheduled for June 8; 305th Sup- ly Squadron, June 15; and the 05th Combat Defense Squadron, tine 22. . Three sergeants and an airman •ill retire in the June 29 ceremo- y. They are CMSgt. Stanton {arkheck, 305th Field Mainte- ance Squadron; MSgt.Robert G.' }rain, 305th Organizational Main- enance Squadron; TSgt. Delps E. •loway, 305th Field Maintenance jquadron; and A3C Elmer E. tudier, Hqs. Sq. '305th Bomb Wing. It is planned to have the partici- lating squadrons in place in the parking lot north of the base head, quarters 20 minutes prior to the scheduled retreat, A 15-minute period between formation and po- itioning is reserved for inspec- ion by the wing or base commander, or his representative. Upon completion of retreat, the squadrons will march south on Sabre Road, column left into the larking lot adjacent to and south if base headquarters, execute another column left and pass in re- •iew on the road between base leadquarters and the flagstaff. The 305th Combat Defense Squadron will provide the flag owering details and traffic con rol, while the base communica ions officer is responsible for .he setting up of a public ad dress system for the redremen' ceremony. Newly-elected officers of th< base camera club include Bol Jaramillo, president; John Man ning, secretary - treasurer an Chuck Barrett, publicity and program chairman. The, club meets Thursday evenings, twice a month. The club has plans for many interesting and educational prc grams for future meetings includ ing films, slide shows andl talk on the many aspects of photogra phy. Monthly contests are planned t help members improve their pic tures. The next meeting will be Thurs day, June 7, at 7:30 p.m. in th Photo Hobby Shop. City's Monthly Fire Loss $5,535 The value of buildings and con tents threatened -by fire durin the month of May was $70,500, ac cording to Fire Chief Eugen Schwering. The Chief's report, submitte to Mayor Otto Neumann Tuesday said property valued at ?3,40 and contents valued at $2,130 wer destroyed during the period. The report shows the depar ment, answered 36 alarms durin May. Read the Wont Ads >EES USE OF CAMERAS AT COURT TRIALS INDIANAPOLIS (UPD-Marion xninty Criminal Court Judge homas J. Faulconer predicted to ay that 'camera and radio cover- ge of trials and hearings "will jecome practically a necessity." Faulconer, who presided over _ie murder, trial of Mrs. Connie <Jidholas in the slaying of wealthy rug executive Forrest Teel in 959 and permitted cameras in courtroom, said he is con- inced that "news coverage by iese medias is not only feasible ut will become practically a ecessity." " . • . "The public is not only entitled o be 'informed of these courl jroceedings but will demanc till .broader coverage- through heir journalistic representatives, 1 ' 'aulconer said. He said Canon 35, a judicial-rule ivhich bans cameras from court rooms, "should be amended so as o leave the use of news coverage if all types within the discretion if the trial judge.'" "Or it should be revoked en irely," he added, "With the advanced equipmem n use today, the,old objection o: nterfering • with the decorum o he court's proceedings is obso ete," Faulconer said. ' "I " alked with many witnesses am defendants who have ' appeared in rials covered by cameras anc lave been told that once they lave begun to testify they com )letely forgot about the cameras n the room." Faulconer said whether there i decorum in the courtroom and the Darties receive a fair' trial is th responsibility of ihe presidin; judge. "The proceedings can be, digni fied and judicious or a circus with or without the members o the press, depending on th judge," he said. Firemen Called Out Three Times The Logansport fire departmen answered three alarms Tuesday afternoon and early Wednesda morning. At 4 p.m. they answered a tals alarm from Twentieth and Mar ket Streets. At 5:28 p.m. they went to th Bernard Emmerd residence a 608 W. Market St., where th motor on a deep freeze was o fire. The fire ca'used smoke dam age to the kitchen and livin room of the home. At 2:06 a.m. Wednesday the de partment was called to Four teenlh and North Streets, wher the rear seat of a cab driven b Louis Shepard of 510 Henry St was on fire. Firemen said th blaze was started when someon dropped a cigarette on the cush ion. HIT .628 IN SERIES NEW YORK (UPI)—Babe Rut set the all-time batting mark fo a single world series when he ba ted .625 as the Yankees swept th 1928 series from the St. Loiu Cardinals in four straight game Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Easy Victory : or Case in South Dakota PIEKiR'E, S.I>. (UPD — Sen rancis Case,. R-S.D., rolled to a >psided victory Tuesday in a primary .battle his opponent onceded before a Jhird of the recinets were counted. In the only other major, contest, ,alph N;a u m a n n, Democratic oar leader in the state House of tepresentatives, -was leading pre- rimary favorite state Rep jeorge May in the race for their arty's 1st Congressional District omination. In the GOP Senate race, 1686 if 1,839 precincts gave Case 53,475 •otes to 10,511 '.for state Atty. Gem L.C. Miller, a former legislator md lieutenant governor who came iut of political retirement two ^ears ago. With 1,288 of 1,913 precincts :ounted, Naumann had 19,581 /otes to 9,443 for fellow Demorat May. Case's November opponent, food for Peace Director George tfcGovern, jvas unopposed for the )emocratic nomination and his name did not appear on the ballot, n conformity with South Dakota aw. The Democratic winner in the .st Congressional District will : ace Hep. Ben Riefel, R-S.D., a Sioux Indian who resigned two years, ago from the Bureau of Indian Affairs to launch a political ireer. McGovern, a former congressman, was defeated in a I960 bid 'or a Senate seat by Sen. Karl Mundt, R-S.D. . Juiie Shopper's Festival AT THE FASH ION SHOP SAVINGS GALORE SAVE 15 TO 50% Two Cities Cited for Pollution INDIANAfPOLIS (UPI) — The Indiana Stream Pollution Control Board has asked the attorney general's office to begin "appropriate action" against the town of Southport and the city of Plymouth regarding failure to comply with the board's pollution abatement orders. The board noted at its meeting Tuesday that the deadline had passed for the municipalities to comply with orders to end pollution. The board had ordered Southport to submit plans by June 1 for abatement of pollution of Little Buck Creek. Fulton Circuit Courl; ordered Plymouth to end the pollution of Yellow River. The board gave Union City until March 1, 1964, to end the pollution of the Little Mississinewa River. It noted that the city's sewage treatment plan, built in 1935, is no longer adequate. 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Mid-Season Sale! Dresses $11.98 to $25 Values * 14 Junior, Misses and Half Sizes Special group of dresses reduced and special purchase added to this wonderful group. You'll find one, two and three-piece styles, in cottons, knits, linens and silk materials. Hurry and get your share. Summer Jewelry $] to $2 Values ' 59 Plus Tax While and Rain or Shine COATS $11 Values $ 6 Prints—Black and While SPECIM-! JAMAICA SHORT SETS Values to $5.98 $ 3" Solid Color Shorts Contrasting Shirt THE FASHION SHOP Now you can keep <«* that Playtex shape in comfort all summer long. Playtex panty briefs are perfect for all your summer activities. You can look your best in figure-revealing summer sheers, slacks, shorts and swimsuits. Whether you stand, stoop or sit your Playtex Panty Brief won't ride up because of seven-way stretch. And best of all the new Playtex Panty Brief is only $4.95. NEW GOLDEN LEISURE PANTIE; with Cloth Lininij Regular $9.95 SQ95 Here's real news! The makers of Playlex have put a soft, sheer cloth lining in this new Golden Playtex Leisure Pantie Girdles. This new lining has a million of lany air-fluffed fibers that breathe with you. New Summertime Comfort Playtex' Panty Briefs now only STORE HOUI1S Mcm.-Tues., Thurs.-Sal. 9 am-5 pm Wednesday 9 am-12 pm Friday 9 am-9 pm

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