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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
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Twenty-eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Results of Five State Primaries By United Press International Richard M. Nixon leaped his first political hurdle since his futile presidential campaign and most of the incumbents in primary elections in five states appeared sure of renomination today. Nixon claimed a handy victory in the California GOP primary for governor over conservative state Assemblyman Joseph C. Shell. Nixon congratulated Shell on "making a great fight" and said he was sure he would win in November against incumbent Gov. Edmund G. Brown, who swamped three little-known challengers in the Democratic primary. . In another major race in California, Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel won renomination in the Republican primary over two conservative opponents. He will face state Sen. Richard Richai-ds in November. He beat Richards easily in 1956. Export of Tobacco Is Sharp Rise WASHINGTON (UPI)—The Foreign Agricultural Service estl mates world exports of unmanu< factured tobacco in 1961 at a rec> ord 1,676,000,000 pounds, up 10 per cent from exports reported the previous year. The agency said the sharp increase in world exports reflected growing demand for cigarettes. in most countries, smaller domestic crops in a number of important consuming countries, and some stock building. The United States was the largest exporter of unmanufactured tobacco, at 501 million pounds. The value of this poundage was a record $390.8 million. Flue-cured exports totaled 403 million pounds, and hurley exports 36.3 million pounds. Kentucky-Tennessee fire- cured leaf at 25 million pounds was up 33 per cent from the previous year. In second place among world exporters was Rhodesia - Nyasa- land with a record 210 million pounds. Other major exporters were Turkey, Greece, India, Brazil, Colombia, Algeria, Italy, Canada, Cuba, Yugoslavia, and Indonesia. California was also nominating candidates for 38 seats in the House of Representatives. In Mississippi, Rep. Jamie Whitten beat Rep. Frank Smith for the . Democratic renomination in the state's hottest race in 10 years. It came about when the congressmen's districts were merged in a reapportionment measure passed by the state legislature. Whitten, who bolted the national Democratic ticked in 1960, beat Smith, a friend of President Kennedy, by a margin of nearly two to one. The state's four other Democratic congressmen were renomi- nated without difficulty. Democratic nomination is tantamount to election .in Mississippi. In South Dakota, Sen. Francis Case won renomination for a third term over state Atty. Gen. A. C. Miller in the GOP primary. Case will run against former U.S. Food for Peace Director George McGovern, who was unopposed on the Democratic ticket. Leads in Idaho Vernon K. Smith, an attorney campaigning'on a leegalized gambling platform, held a heavy margin in the Democratic primary for governor of Idaho. In the GOP .primary, incumbent Gov. Robert Smylie had held. a commanding lead. Connecticut Republicans at the state convention nominated insurance, executive John Alsop to run on the GOP gubernatorial ticket. It took eight roll calls and the longest session for a single nomination in the history of the state GOP organization. In Montana, Reps. Arnold H. Olsen,' D., and James F. Battin, R., were unopposed. Rancher Wayne Montgomery won the GOP nomination to face Olsen and lawyer Leo C. Graybill won the Democratic primary to run against Battin. in November. UNITED FUND MEETING—Frank P. Delia (left), executive director of the Cass county United Fund, and Guy 0. Mattson (center), president, talk with Boonc Gross, chairman of the 1%2 campaign leaderg national conference at Dayton, Ohio. The two Cass county men were among the fund leaders from across the country who met this week to study campaign techniques in preparation for fall drives. STRETCH YOUR BUDGET DOLLAR WITH HOME KILLED Thursday-Friday-Saturday Specials GROUND BEEF .3 ,„,$! RIB STEAK lb 59c SIRLOIN STEAK Fin , For Bfoili , 1B .'„ 79c STUFFED SAUSAGE r , lt ,49c PORK STEAK HAM Lean Country Styl» Ib. ...,.; ;. lh . 45c 79c Center Sliced Ib. * »«• WHOLESALE RCTAR Open Man. thru Sat. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Custom Butchering and Curing-Small Shop-Big Values SIDNEY PIKE MARKET E Main Free Parking Phone 2316 Baby Killed In Crash By United Press International A three car pile-up in Hamilton County late Tuesday night-killed a 6-mohths-old boy, raising Indiana's 1962 traffic toll to at least 439. This time last, year 400 persons had been killed in' traffic. Thomas D. Holloman, Frankton, died enroute to a hospital after his father, Thomas W., 30,.failed to stop at the, junction ofTJ-.S. 31 and Indiana. 47, police reported. Holloman's car careened off the rear of a car driven by Samuel Grinstead, R.R. 2, Sheridan, struck a car driven by Jane Morris, 68, Tipton, and finally stopped when it hit a tree. None of the other passengers .of the three vehicles was seriously injured. . . ' Card of Thanks 'I-wish to. thank all my neighbors and friends for their kindness during the'illness and death of my beloved husband. Sincerely, . . ' - Edna Bosh fUPHOtSTEWNGl 2018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4739 Rummage Sale Friday Evening and Saturday Morning, June Sth and 9th Chase-Miller Building Fidelity Chapter OES H R. DIETZE Plumbing & Heating (ndiHtrfal Phan* 3409 425 2nd St. CAiNiTAlOUPiES WiAflBRMEtiONS ZUCCHINI SQUAlSHlLB. 39c LUCWY BUY MARGARINE 6HlB.'PKGiS. 89c The United States ranks No. 1 as the largest volume producer of milk in the world, but it ranks only 15th in per capita consumption of milk and dairy products. The leader in per capita consumption is Ireland with 1,448 pounds. Per capita consumption in the United States is only 653 pounds. Other countries which fiave a great per capita consumption include Finland, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Norway, France, United Kingdom, /West Germany, and the Netherlands. The Agriculture Department has issued a bulletin on family forest management, designed to aid the 4Vz million families who own more than half of the country's commercially valuable timber- lan'd. It is this timberland that is expected to supply half of the needed forest products' by the year 2000.. "Managing the Family Forest" tells owners of small woodlands how to bring their forests up to the productive requirements of future timber markets. The department said that in order to keep up with anticipated consumption in the year 2000, the nation will have to grow'an estimated 22 billion cubic feet of •wood annually. This is 10 billion more than was consumed in 1961. CHARMIN NAPKINS c e ,,o Pac k -6<> .„* ^K^ 1 Oc POTATOES NEW-MAIablama Redskins 10 UB. 69C RICHELIEU POTATO SALAD German Sfyfc ."Ti'S: 35c OLD VIRGllNltAiPAiRlM JBUY Grape—Damson—'Peach or Marmalade o J Blackberry O Jars SUIPiHR lOOOilA—' COLA COLA 6 12oz. Cans jVC NUTRI-BIO DIETARY FOOD SUPPLEMENT 1100 N. 3rd Phone 3650 Free Delivery—Loan Booklets Available for Study of Our Program. HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS DON'T FORGET DAD COONilE'S GIFTS WALTON, I NO. Armour Star Smoked Picnics u 29c Beef-,Pork—Veol Meat Loaf 2 S». 89c SNOW CROP PEAS lOOZ.IPIAiCKiAOE 2 „ 39c (iPRiBEIREQtPE SUGGBSIDIONIS) Pan iStylc-IPure Pork Sausage Our Own O'0*» 3 POUND ... 77C S^FTIPMBMIUM SMOKED SLICED ROOF LEAK? PHONE3388 Ross Reid Roofing Co. BEEF -1PMMEIVIBAIL- -CHpliCEIlAlMlB-. HPIH»MES(IEAKS- HAM SALAD SUPREME Made with Ham .13. 69c DATE & NUT COOKIES DISTILLED WATER CLOTHESPINS PKC 49c GAIWON 39C PlUMBINGiHfATlNG 115 CtkST - tASvPAKKIHG <3>te«<. 3658 AL (W DON SCHMIDT Exams Set for State Tax Representatives INDIANAPOLIS - (UPI) •'— The Indiana State Board of Tax Commissioners will conduct examinations June 22 for new' field representatives. Chairman Richard L. Worley said Tuesday that the exams will be given under two new 'state laws creating a bipartisan staff of field'examiners and setting up a Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 FOR OVER 25 YEAR'SI "ROSS REID Roofs'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free Wednesday Eve)-ing, June 6, .1962, •new'division of tax review 1 . I J^ Memory Worley said applicants should | 0 f my husband tfenry M. (Hank) have a "thorough knowledge" of accounting and that experience or knowledge in the field of property taxes would be helpful. Applicants must be submitted to Worley by June 18. Myers Greenhouse, Dial 3906 Sherman who passed away June 6lh, 1961. Today brings memories of our loved one gone I jo rest He will never l>c forgotten By the ones who loved him l>est. Sadly missecil! by Yvonne E. Sherman Mr. and M:;s. Gene Sherman GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding plant*, v«getaS;lo and flower plants best varieties, potted tomatoes, delphinium, painted end ahasta daisies, sweet William, baby breath, bleeding hoartf, ell- metlii ond athar nertmnmft. malls and other perennials. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery CASH MARKET CHOICE <V\ E- A T S 410 Broadway SATISFACTION GUARANTEE C fresh <C overlana GftADE A LARGE EGGS OlAOTJOHUCK ROAST fltBSH COLBY CHEESE CENTER CUiT PORK CHOPS iBAZL'EY'iS SKINLESS Franks 49c U.S. GOVERNMENTilNSPECTiED FRYER L'EGS ilHjSHS 'BREASTS IBS. Bazley Tender U.S. Grad d CLUB OR SWISS WHY PAiY MORE UBA'N iEND OUT PORK JUNEDA'LElSMOKED SHANK HAIL'F Ib ROUNiD-50 Pack 35c Superose (Sugar Free) Dietetic Sweetener 8 oz. btl. .69c Weidners Sweet iPiokle Relish .Quarts 39e "Wt DfcUVC* PH.4-1S6 SUCCESSFUL AUCTIONS ARE ALWAYS WELL ADVERTISED! . • • ^^^^^^f mf , . • The poorly attended auction, the one which brings in low prices, is usually the one which has not been properly advertised! Your auction will be far more successful if you place your sale bill in the Pharos-Tribune and Press, where more than 80,000 people of this area will see it. Be sure to tell your auctioneer to run YOUR sale bill in these newspapers two or three times—or better still, bring it in yourself. You'll find you'll get a crowd of buyers—with better prices, and end up with a successful sale! ALSO, when you run your sale bill in the Pharos-Tribune and Press, you get a FREE listing in our daily sale calendar! Boiler SMOKEO-HCBNiTfiR CUTS PORK CHOPS FRESH-tBONiELBSS PORK LOINS LB. LB, 79* 89 0 MORRELL HAMS SHANK .PORTIOI Sliced Ham 89c BUDDIG Dried Beef 3 *F SHANK .PORTION 35c LB.-#UTT iTOKTION 45c CAIIIRQRNtA-AiONG WHITES POTATOES 10 ,69 0 RAY'S OR OBAN'S MILK Vz Gallons 79c LONG f ING ER CARRCTS POUND .BAG lOc ICE COLD WATERMELONS MILNOT uVe gob it made! TALL CANS SNOW CROP GREEN PEAS 2 r. 39c HILLS BWOS. COFFEE 2, £ 99c THONGS Men's, Women, Children All Sizes PAIR 490 DUTCIS LOAF CHIESE FOOD 2 IB. BOX 590 Sun &Fun Hats Women's -Men's $1.00 $1.99 FLAVOR KIST Vanilla Wafers 29c BIG BAG I. G. A. Potato Chips Twin Pak 49c FREE PARKING We 'Reserve the Right to limit Quantities STORE HOURS Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays 8 a. m. to 9d30 p. m. BEER AND WINE TO CARRY OUT 201 BURLINGTON BW w rum jfrj £*im*X^ tOGANSPORT

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