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TTmrsctay Evening, June 7,1962. Denies Estes Link; Blasts Columnist WASHINGTON (UPI) — The stocky, dark-haired man raised his right hand and said: "H. Carl Andersen never did anything wrong in connection with the Esles affair. My conscience is clear, so help me God." With that, the 65-year-old Mhv nesota Republican congressman left the well of the House Wednesday amid applause from about 200 of his colleagues. A number of congressmen, heeding his plea during an emotional 38-minute speech (o "come say hello, come shake my hand," did just that. Andersen, a veteran of 23 year's in Congress, look the House floor under a "question of personal privilege," which takes precedence over all business except a motion to adjourn. The xarely used procedure allows a member one hour to defend himself against attacks on his rights, rep. utation and conduct. Says Smeared by Pearson The Minnesotan said he had been smeared fay columnist Drew Pearson and, since he revealed a business transaction with indicted Texas farm tycoon Billie Sol Estes, shunned by some 1 of his colleagues including Republi can leaders. He said Pearson lied about him in an article about the Estes case and a 1957 controversy over a INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BKVBRAGE COMMISSTON 911 STATE OF.FICB BUILDING 1NMANAPOUS J.KGAX NOTICI5 OF rilBT.IC HEARING Notice Is hereby given that the Local Alc.oholic Beverage Board of Cass County, Indiana, will, n-t 10 a.m. on 'the 2nd day of July, H'fiX at the North Cour.t Room Court House, In the City ot Lo- p-fuiRpor.t, Indiana In said County, begin Investigation of >lhe applications of the following' named persons, requesting the Issue to the applicants, at the loofUlons liei-elnafter set out, of the Alcoholic Beverage Permits of the classes hereinafter designated and will, at said time and place, receive information concerning the fitness of *fald applicants, and the propriety of l.ssuhiK the permits applied, for to auch applicants at the premises named: Floyd I*. Morocco (Restaurant) Boer. L-Inuor, & Wine Retailers, 403 K. Market St., Lotfanspo Indiana IVancJs N". Qtiatflio (Kestaumnt) Beer. Llnuor, & \Vltie Retailers, Sn6 Bates St., Logansport, In dlana SAID INVKSTTG-ATJON WILL BE OP.B.M TO THB PUBLIC, AND PUBLIC 'PARTICIPATION IS RB- QUBSTKD. INDIANA ALCOHOLIC B BVM RAGE COMMISSION By W. F. CONDON .Executive Secretary JOB A. HARRIS Chairman eterans bill- He called the col- mnist a "polecat," a "skunk", nd a "liar," and then dipped ito an 18-page compilation qf .at- acks oh Pearson by others to ex- 'act more epithets. Andersen said Pearson's article alsely implied that he 1 opposed a eterans bill in order to protect monetary interest in his broth- r's estate. Waving a sheaf of papers and jeaking in a voice that some- nes appeared near breaking, ndersen called for expulsion of earson from the congressional ress galleries. Andersen told the House some eeks ago that he sold Estes 4,000 worth of stock in a family- wned coal mine, 'and that he was waiting the Texan's instructions n where to send the certificates. Got No Favors At that time and again Wednes- ay, Andersen denied any wrong- oing and said Estes neither sked nor got favors from him s a member of Congress. The flinnesotan is ranking Bepublican •nember of a House appropria- ons subcommittee with jurisdic- on over agriculture spending. ntcmgible Tax )eadline June 29 Intangible tax stamps for 1961, till available at the office of ounty Treasurer Forest Mont- ornery, must be purchased no iter than Friday June 29. The value of stocks is determined by the close of the market on )ec. 29, 1961, Montgomery said, nd added that on mortgages and otes the date is set in accord- nee with the anniversary of their ssuance. The treasurer said the cost of le stamps is one-quarter of one ercent or $2.50 per $1,000. The stamps for 1962 will remain n sale in the treasurer's office or an additional year. NOTICE OH 1 SHERIFF'S SAW5 OH' HKAT/ ESTATE STATE OP INDIANA ) / )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ' ) IN THE; CASS CIRCUIT COURT APRIL TERM. 1962 No. C 61—81 TUB NATIONAL BANK OP LOGANSPORT, LOGANSPORT INDIANA VS. CHARMS G F AIRMAN and GLBNELDWIN FATRMAN. ET AL By virtue oC a certified copy of a decree, to me directed from the Clerk's Office of the Cass Circuit Court, Cass County, Indiana, In a cause wherein The National Bank of Logransport, Lo- Plansport, Indiana, is plaintiff and Charles G. Falrman and Gleneldwln Fail-man et al,, are defendants, requiring me to maKe the sum of Twenty-Two Thousand, Six Hundred Fifty-six and 47/100 ($22,666.47) Dollars as to principal, Four Thousand Nine Hundred Six and 52/100 ($4,906.52) Dollars as to Interest, ant On» Thousand Four Hundred ElR-hty-five and 00/100. ($1,486.00) 'Dollars attorney's Tees for a to ta! of Twenty-Nine Thousand Forty-Seven, and 88/100 (J29.047- .93) Dollars with Interest a Eight (8%) per cent per annum from May 12, 1901, for a judK merit in favor of Maryland Gas. unity Company In the sum OJ One Hundred Thirty-eight Thou- nand One Hundred Seventy-toll* and 16/100 ($138,174.16) and Four Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty ($4,780.00) for attorney's fees with Interest from May 12, 1961 at Eight (S%) per cent per an num. and for a judgment in Ca. vor of Aetna Casualty and Sure ty Company In the sum of Thir ty Two Thousand One Hundret Nine and 77/100 ($32,108.77) am One Thousand Five Hundred Six ty and 00/100 ($1,660.00) for at tornoys fees -with Interest from May 12. 1961 at eight percen (8%) P or annum, and costs, •win expose at public sale to tli highest bidder, on Friday, th 29th day of June, A.D., 1962, be tween the hoiirs of 10 o'clocl A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M., Dayllgh Saving Time, of said day, at th. door of the Court House of sai< Cass County, Indiana, the fei wimple and the whole body oC th following described Heal Estate Situate In Cass County, Indiana together with the rents. Issues Income and profits thereof, or s much as necessary to satisfy sue' Judgment, Interest and costs: Lot Number Forty-two (42) in Hamilton and Taber's Addition to the City of Logansport. Said Bale will he made withou any relief -whatever from valua tion or appraisement laws. Dated at Logansport, Indiana this 23rd day of May, 1962. Bernard D. Leavitt Sheriff, Caas County, Indian 5-24, 6-31, 6- NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL PERSON INTERESTED IN THE ESTATI OF WILLIAM W. COX In the Circuit Court of Oas County, APRIL Term, 1962 Cause Number P 61—89 In the matter of the Estate o WILLIAM W. COX, deceased. Notice Is hereby given tha Oral Richard Cox as Execute of the above named estate,, lia presented and filed his accoun in final settlement of said estate and that the same, will c'ome u for the examination and actio of said Circuit Court, on the 14t day. of .Tune, 1962, at which tim all persona Interested in said es tate are required to appear 1 said court and show cause, i any there he, why said acconn nhould not be approved. And til lieirs. of said decedent and / others interested are also quired to appear and make-proo of their heirshtp or claim to an part of said estate. Dated: 28th day of May, 196 Clarence R. Settlomyre Clerk of the Circuit Cour for Caps County, Indian HANNA «•. SMALL ' Attorney Twisters Hit Areas Of 2 States By United Press International Storms which brought rain in areas from the Rockies to the Atlantic and funnel clouds to six states continued today. . A tornado hit near Amarillo, Tex., early today but there was no damage reported. Shortly before midnight a small twister touched down near Polk, Neb., where 1.35 inches of rain fell in 50 minutes, Earlier, several ' tornadoes were spotted near Abilene, Tex., but there were no reports of damage or injury. Funnel alouds were sighted near Dillon wid Billings, JWont., but apparently failed to touch ground. The Alabama highway patrol reported that funnel clouds crossed into Tennessee after uprooting trees .in northern Alabama. Several funnel clouds' were seen over Kansas City, Md., Wednesday bul failed to touch ground. A twister was sighted near Spearman, Tex. Others were sighted at Bethel and Merriam, Kan. Goodland, Kan., had 1.86 inches of rain in six hours. Abilene, Tex., had 1.17 inches of rain in a similar period. Sidney, Neb., had 1.03 inches of rain. Charleston, S.C., reported 1.53 inches of rain . and North Platte, Neb., 1.14 -inches. Rantoul, HI., had 1.11 inches. Skies were clearing over the Great Lakes today after nearly 2i hours of fog which, delayed air travel a't Chicago and Buffalo, N.Y., and marooned a young couple for 19 hours aboard their drifting motorboat off Michigan City, Ind. ARMY CONTRACT WASHINGTON (UPI) — Sen. Vance Hartke, D-Ind., announced Wednesday that the Army had awarded a $1,600,227 contract to the Converto Manufacturing Co. Cambridge City, Ind. The contract called for production of 14,1 chassis for six-ton, semi-trailers. $ 5,000 Payment Mystery Deepens SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)—The | (ion in Lake County in 'connection mystery of what happened to an envelope said to .have contained $5,000 as payment, to-keeip. a mor- iician out, of prison on reckless homicide charges deepened today in 1 the wake of a story told by a St. Joseph County'Official. The latest report/on the envelope came, from St. Joseph County Commissioner John Splmos, who was named Wednesday by Walkerton funeral director Ray.A. Nusbaum as the friend who helped him when Nusbaum faced convic- Big Boy Williams, Film Actor, Dies VAN NUYS, Calif. (UPI)— Guinn ('Big Boy) Williams, 62, a cowboy movie star of the 1920s who later went on to a career in Westerns as a; dull-witted comic relief, died Wednesday or uremic poisoning. Williams was a husky cowboy type who rode the celluloid range with such stars as.Tom Mix and •Harry Carey. He later played supporting roles in several John Wayne 1 Westerns. The nickname "Big Boy" was given to him by the late,'humorist, Will Rogers, Rotarians to Hear About Burns Ditch The latest developments in the Burns Ditch project will be explained to Logansport Rotarians Monday when Robert Schram, executive vice-president of the Peru Trust Co., addresses the dub. with an ambulance accident which resulted in death for two persons in 1956. "••'...• Solpms called a news conference in which he admitted he went to bat for Nusbaum at the, mortician's request and contacted Prosecutor Patrick Brennan. Solmos said he, was advised that "we can get him complete exoneration' but it will cost $5,000." Solmos said after a Lake County judge handed down a verdict of acquittal, for Nusbaum, the undertaker gave Solmos a sealed envelope and told him "I have the money—I had to borrow it." Solmos said . he telephoned Brennan and told him "I have something for you." He said he was directed to an alley behind the South Bend courthouse where he was picked up in a car anc delivered the envelope during a ride. "That's the last I know of the transaction," Solmos said. Solmos said he told the story after getting permission from Jay Goldberg, special investigator for the Justice Department, who directed a federal grand jury investigation at Hammond which is still under way and which already has resulted in income tax fraud indictments against 11 Lake County politicians and former officials. 'Nusbaum and Solmos appeared before the grand jury and 'presumably told the same stories they have revealed publicly the last two days. WAR HERO RECOVERS PALL MALL, Tenn. (UPI)— Sgt. Alvin 'C. York, 7?, World War I Medal of Honor winner, was released from a Nashville hospital Wednesday and returned to his home 'here. Doctors said the internal bleeding which hospitalized him May,29 had stopped. Fifteen states have passed laws specifically prohibiting employers from discriminating against work, ers because of their age. TOO MUCH SPEEDUP CLA»EMONT, S.C. (UPI)—Police Chief Buren Grant said he didn't mind reading water meters, starting the waterworks pumps ever morning and repairing streets in addition to keeping the peace. But he resigned Wednesday when city fathers told him he would have to start cutting the grass around city hall and hauling garbage. 2 Brothers Held in Probe Of Murder INDIANAPOLIS (OTI) — Police held two brothers on preliminary cfiarges of murder today in connection with the deaths of another set of brothers in a tavern fight Wednesday. The dead men were identified as Thomas Lee Cliburn, 29, and his brother, Henry, 31, well Jcnown in this area as stock car race drivers, Thomas was stabbed and Henry was shot to death at the Macabob Tavern on the city's near east side. Logansport, Indiana Pharns-Tribunc fiytl Ma rkefSt. Methodist Plans Bible School Daily Vacation Bible School sessions will begin at the Market Street Methodist church on June 11 and continue through June 15. Classes will.be held from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. The school will be for children from grade one through six. The school' will be divided into three sections, grade one and two; grade three, and tour and grade five and six. Mrs. Ruth Cox is chairman of the program and Mrs. Edna Watson is co-chairman. Teachers for the school include Mrs. Harold-; Hoppjpr, Edna Wat-, ;son, Buth Cox, fsabelle Herrick, Jane Burlingham, Lucille Elliott, Christine Buck, Doris Lufcy, Lois Boyd 'and Carol Gwin. Helpers include Sue Gillum, Nancy Miller, Teresa Hastings, Donna Hopper and Gayle Rose. SIGN ECONOMIC PACT CAIRO (UPI) — The United Arab Republic, 'Syria, Jordan, Kuwait and Morocco signed an economic unity agreement Wednesday designed eventually to establish an Arab common market. The agreement provides for the setting up of a joint economic council which will work to lift tariff barriers, allow freedom of work movement and capital investment, and free use of harbor facilities. 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Rugged Camp Oxfords Sturdy plump leather shoes for camp and play. Full storm welts, ribbed rubber soles. Tan or. loden green, sizes 8% to 3. Boys' camp and play boots~$4.44 CHILDREN'S White Dress Flats New, right now. Sizes 4 to 8. *2.62 Sizes »i/ t to 3-S3.33 TENNIS OXFORDS Quality-constructed tennis shoes with cushion insole. Made in U. S. A. White, blue, black, red. Women's Give*— 4% to 9, Boya' sizes—11 to 2 *2.62 Misses' sizes—12^ to 3, Children's sizes— 6tol2.$2.«. Here's your checklist for summer shoe savings for everybody in the family! All the latest lightweight fashion styles! All with our familiar Duality built right in, our famous attention to fit. Hurry, save on the fine fashion shoes you need now. Smart families every where are on their way. \ . 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