Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1962 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
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Wednesday Evening, June 5, 1962. 'Develop Spirit of America's Youth 7 CHICAGO (UPI) — Evangelist Billy Graham said Tuesday night that schools, parents and churches have failed to give American youth purpose and meaning in life. Graham, addressing some 31,000 persons in McCormack Place Convention Hall, said the American educational system is "intent in imparting knowledge, but so Noble Club Plans Livestock Tour Approximately 30 members of the Noble township' 4-H club will conduct their annual livestock tour starting at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, June 7. Members will meet at the school and will tour the various homes of the members for the inspection of sheep, cattle and hogs. Ted Black, leader, asks that members bring 15 cents to par tially pay for the lunch to be served in Dykeman park at noon. TWO WIN OPEN, AMATEUR NEW YORK (UPI) — Only two players have won the'U. S. Open and the U.S. Amateur golf tournaments during the same year. They were Chick Evans in 1916 and Bobby Jones in 1930. ax in instilling the power to direct that knowledge toward con structive goals that it is casting our young people adrift on a sea of purposeless life." 'We have worked to develop minds and bodies and have glected the most important part of the student—the spirit," he said. "Our colleges have built bone without sinew, generated energy without purpose. We have imported knowledge 'without wisdom." Graham, whose sermon was the seventh of his Greater Chicago Crusade, blamed the adults of today for many of youth's problems. Speaking to young persons ir the audience, Graham said, "I am convinced that my generatior has failed you. We have immersec our children in the purposeless ness, the meaningless of our own lives. "We are the affluent' parents who have conveyed to them an overemphasis on material posses sions." Graham placed part of the blame for youth's predicaments on the country's churches, whicl "have been so involved in theo logical -disputes and in improving their statistical showing that the; have failed in important tasks like nurturing in their youth a love and .knowledge of the Bible.' Aim to Hike Intangible Collections INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)'- -Indi; ana's Intangible Tax Division is embarking on an educational pro- pram which it hopes will raise collections by .as much as $40 mil- ion a year. Administrator Bryant D. Livengood said Tuesday that the division is sending out reminders thai Soosiers are liable for taxes on ;heir stocks and bonds at the rate of five cents for every $20 o: market value, The taxes are jased on holdings as of Dec. 2! with a payment deadline June 30 He said that the names of 5,00( Indiana residents have been ob tained from stockholder lists of 18 major .corporations. They are being sent letters asking them to check on their tax status. livengood said that, at a guess "1 think the intangibles- tax on stocks and bonds would run to million if everyone who owed i paid it. At present we get abou $9 million a year." He concedeti that the tax is no well understood. "It isn't a prop erty tax; actually it is a privilegi tax," he said. He said the experience with the state's gross income 1 tax show that most Hoosiers .meet their tax obligations promptly when they are aware of them. "One difficulty is that many citi LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WI)-More :ate winners in projects, for rural outh were to be announced at oday's sessions of the 44th' annual iidiana 4 J H roundup at Purdue University. , Nine young.people were honored t Tuesday's opening session and will receive trips to the national -H Congress next November in Chicago or will have their projecl records entered in national com- >etition. Winners announced at the open- ng session were: Home beautification—Karen McAuliffe, 16, K.E. 1, Westport, Dairy Queen Regularly 25c LIMITED TIME ONLY SALE PRICE DAIRY QUEEN 1800 E. MARKET 6We tuitlt the. Bud, tut "Jap-"® BOTH ONLY $1175 OUTDOOR LIVING - SPECIALS - Aluminum ,. •_ FOLDING $3" CHAIR • Matching Aluminum II 75 LOUNGE CHAISE $"W77 intiNftiF f PLASTiiC WB&BING REPAIR KITS 59 PICNIC SUPPLIES RAINBOW OR WHITE PAPER PLATES J RAINBOW OR WHillTE PAPER NAPKINS 250 «>unt Clip-Ons 59c- $ l Kiddies Glasses 19c-29c Men's Glasses Ladies Glasses 59c- $ l 29c-59c- $ l YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MOKE AT WOOL-WORTH'S List 9 Winners at Annual 4-H Roundup Community relations—Rita Stableton, 18, Terre Haute. Forestry—Hoy Reedy, 18, R.B. 4, Rockville. Frozen foods—Janet Linville, 18, B.R. It Shelbyville. Home furnishings — Barbara Womming, 19, R.R. 2, Seymour. Poultry—Lydia Ralston, 19, R.R 1,, Greensburg. Boys' public speaking—Steven Wirth,'l8, New Castle. Girls' public speaking—Judy Summers, 19, R.R. 5, Warsaw. Soil and water conservation- Glenn O. Moudy, 19,' R.R. 2 Covington. ;ens are unaware of their liabil- ty" for the intangible tax, he said. Almost 125,000 tourists from the United States visited Sweden in 1960. Kiwanis Club To Try Again The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be sponsored by the Kiwanis club when it pays its next visit to Cass county June 25, according to Mrs. Alice Sayger, secretary. The Kiwanis club holds the all- time record for blood donations, having secured 222 pints, when the unit was in Logansport under 'the club's sponsorship March 22 ; 1961. The unit will be at the Baptist Temple from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m and the quota will be the usua' 125 pints. DiMaggio Strikeout Leader PITTSBURGH (UPI) -Outfield er Vince DiMaggio led the Na tional League in strikeouts four years in a row, 1942-45, while playing with Pittsburgh and Phil adelphia. Loganspc 1 ^, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuue Twenty-one IDAVILLE New Speed Wash Sets Open House IDAVILLE — Grand Openingccnt soft water 'f'hich will be au- festivities for Idaville's newesttomatically conlrolled and als'| business, the Idaville Speed will have avaihilile starching fa- Wash, will be held on Thursday, cilities, soap and bleach dispenser, Friday and Saturday, June 7, 8,coin changer, lounge chairs, fold- and 9. ing table space, soft drink, can- The new coin-operated' laundrydy and cigarette machines, plen; will have the finest in modernty of free parkhi j and an attend- Speed Queen, top-loading washers ant on duty, and front-loading dryers. Twen- Free Pepsi-CD a and balloons ty-two washers and dryers havewill be distributed during open been installed for customer con-house festivities,, venience. The laundry will be open The co-ownern of the business from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. eachare Cecil Phelpn and Mrs. J. E. day. Smith. Phelps sorted the Jonalia Featured will be seven fast-re-Furniture Induii'iries in Idaville volving dryers and one Speedabout seven j'nars ago. Airs. Queen Heavy Duty Washer for Smith also opendes a bookkeeping large size items. and income tax report service in -The laundry will have 100 per-her home. IDAVILLE SPEED WASH IDAVILLE, INDIANA YOUR SELF-SERVICE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY THURS FRI., SAT. - JUNE 7-8-9 • COIN OPERATED WASHERS AND DRYERS "T This interior view of the new, modern Idaville Wash shows Washers and the Front-Loading Dryers. — NO WAITING - • 14 SPEED QUEEN WASHERS Top loading, agitators. • 1 SPEED QUEEN HEAVY DUTY WASHER —Front loading (Bring your shag rugs and large, heavy items.) •7 DRYERS Fast-Revolving- Hot Air • 100% SOFT WATER-Automatically Controlled • HOT WATER- All the time. • FREE STARCHING FACILITIES • SOAP & BLEACH DISPENSER • COIN CHANGER • LOUNGE CHAIRS • PLENTY OF FOLDING TABLE SPACE • DRINK, CANDY and CIGARETTE MACHINES •• PLENTY O'F FREE PARKING • ATTENDANT ON DUTY • I RON 1NGS CAN BE ARRANGED! the Coin Operated Speed Queen TOJ; -Loading «| OPEN EVERY DAY 5a.m. to 11 p.m FREE Pepsi-Cola for Everyone Free Balloons for the Kiddies • Valuable Coupon • *^*^++^++*^f-*^-*^**t++++^*f++*t*++*f***^++^^^ :. *++*++++++* J* IDAVILtE SPEED WASH- { Idaville, Indiana PRESENT THIS COUPON TO ATTENDANT For ONE FREE WASH (Regular Machine) Good 9 a.m. to 9 .m. NAME .. ADDRESS Please—Only 1 Coupon to a family THIS COUPON EXPIRES JUNE 23,1962

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