Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1962 · Page 22
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 22

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
Page 22
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Twenty-two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune V/ednesday Evening, Cite Ten Cities for Safety CHICAGO (UPD—The National Safety Council today cited 10 Indiana municipalities for outstanding traffic safety accomplishments in 1951. The cities are West Lafayette •Bloomington, Evansville, Indian apolis, Fort Wayne, Gary, Lafay 'ette, Portland, Richmond and South Bend. f • West Lafayette received four •certificates of achievement, for "having no traffic deaths during the year and for progressive aociden •prevention program activities, for maintenance of accident records for traffic engineering and for school traffic safety education. •Two certificates each went to Bloomington, Evansville and.Indi anapolis. Bloomington's were for.a .perfect record of no traffic deaths and for traffic engineering. Evans ville's were for an exceptiona death record and school traffii safety education. Indianapolis' 'were for traffic engineering and .school safety education. The other cities were given one certificate each. Fort Wayne was cited for engineering,. Gary and Richmond for school safety education, and Lafayette and Portland for no traffic deaths. South Bend's certification was for its exceptional death record. The State of Indiana received two certificates for engineering and maintenance of accident records. ANN UAL REPORT 1962 Newhouse Group Buys New Orleans Paper Properties NEW YORK (UPD—Samuel I. Newhouse, one of the nation's most successful publishers, added to his growing group of newspapers Monday with the purchase of the New Orleans Times Picayune and States-Item. A spokesman for the Newhouse group said the sale was based on a total offer of $42 million,, believed to be the largest amount ;paid for a single newspaper property iii the world. (In England, Cecil King's Mirror group bought the Oldham Press for a reported $106 million, but that purchase included a -group of newspapers and Host .magazine.) . The two New Orleans papers join the rapidly growing Newhouse national group of locally managed newspapers, which i)ow • ranks as the second largest in the country. Announcement of the sale was made in New Orleans'by Shelby Frederichs of the investment securities firm of Howard, Weil, Labouisse, Fredericks & Co., which served as Newhouse's agents in offering to buy the shares or voting trust certificates of the Times Picayune Publishing Co. The announcement said: "We have received offers for .approximately 248,925 shares or almost 90 per cent of the 280,000 outstanding at our offering price , of $150 per share; a total of $42 million." He said that NewhousVs "offer to purchase all of the addition/i outstanding shares remains in effect." • The purchase enhanced Newhouse's position as one of the most successful publishers in the nation. Newhouse previously controlled 14 dailies as well as substantial interests in the Denver Post and the Springfield (Mass.) '•Union and News. • The Newhouse group ranks second only to the Scripps-Howard group, which consists of 18 daily newspapers. Few New Round Of Terrorism ALGIERS (UPI) - The outlawed Secret Army Organization (OAS) ended its truce with the Moslems today and Algeria braced for a new round of terrorism. The European extremists called off their four-day lull in terrorism at midnight. Early this morning two Moslems were killed in Algiers. The OAS proclaimed the truce last week in hopes of contacting leaders of the Moslem Algerian National Liberation Front (FLN). It sought guarantees to continue as a political force after Algeria becomes independent. INCOME TAX CASE INDIANAPOLIS (UPD—Francis A. Hibst, 54, an Evansville insurance man, pleaded guilty in Federal Court Monday to charges of ; failing to file income tax returns on about $30,000 income for 1956, 1957 and 1958. Hibst was indicted by a federal, grand jury. A pre-sentence inves- • tigation was ordered. 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