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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 8, 1962
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Friday Evening, June 8, 1962. Nikita Explains Why He Went to Paris in 1960 MOSCOW (UPI) - Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev disclosed Thursday night that he did not want to attend the ill-fated 1960 Paris summit conference with President Eisenhower but did so apparently to satisfy other Kremlin leaders. Khrushchev made the disclosure at a reception during which he attacked the European Com mon Market and urged Italy, to quit the trading group and expand commercial relations with Russia. The economic challenge presented by the Common Markel was believed to be a main sub' jeet of discussion at the Soviel bloc summit meeting that endec Jie:3 Thursday. Khrushchev appeared in a gay mood as he went from the meeting in the Kremlin to the recep tion for Italian Foreign .Trade Minister Luigi Preti. He held the spotlight at the social event with a series of quips, anecdotes am serious remarks about foreign and economic policies. At one point Breti attempted to switch the conversation from pol ilics to the value of human con lacls. Storms in Wide Area Thunderstorms smacked spots rom the Rockies to the Gulf with ligh winds, hail and heavy rain Thursday night and early today At least four tornadoes whirlec across the Texas Panhandle, with wo of them touching ground in open country. Hail the size of golf balls pelted Happy, Tex. Rainfall of 2.20 inches swamped Fort Sill, Okla., ,in a six-hour pe riod during the night. Childress Tex., was drenched with 1.41 inches of moisture .with 1.42 inches measured at Goodland Kan., and 1.33 at Vichy, Mo. Runoff from heavy r pushed rivers over their banks in north central Nebraska. Some crop damage was reported along the North and Middle Loup riv ers' above St. Paul and the Lou; above Columbus. REVOKE LIQUOR PERMITS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Th Indiana Alcoholic Beverage Com mission this week revoked th permits of two taverns, three 'bar tenders and a liquor store cler. and suspended 20 other permit from periods ranging from 3 to 3 day. Crack Down On Illegal Use of Buses INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Indiana State Police cracked, down today on drivers who use school buses illegally. ' More than a dozen warning tickets were issued at Lafayette Thursday to drivers of buses carrying-.youths home from the annual 4-H Roundup at Purdue Uni versity. "Capt. S.'R. Wasson said it is illegal' for a driver to receive compensation above his school salary for driving the bus, even il that compensation consists only ol gasoline, unless the driver has permits from two state agencies— the superintendent of public instruction and the Public Service Commission. "According to the' law, schoo' buses must sit idle during the summer,",Wasson said. "'We fine them being used to carry various groups as well as livestock and produce and about anything you can think of. Some drivers taki the seats out during the summer'. A Marion County township trus tee, Leon Pollard of Washington Twp., said if police enforced th 5-day Forecast Northern 3rd Indiana 5-DAY OUTLOOK: Tempera-; ures will average about 3 degrees 5elow normal. Normal highs'76 to 81. Normal lows 57 to 60.' Only minor day-to-day changes in tern- >erature expected. Precipitation will total near three-fourths of an neh in scattered thundershbwers tonight, Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday or Wednesday. .Central & South Indiana 5--DAY OUTLOOK: Tempera- Aires will average 2 to 4 degrees below normal. Normal! highs 81 to 84. Normal lows- 58 to 62. Minor day-to-day, temperature changes. Precipitation will average three- fourths to one inch in occasional periods of showers or thundershowers through. Monday and again about Wednesday. SALT PERMS ACQUITTED MINNEAPOLIS (UPI)- Three of the nation's leading salt producers were acquitted Thursday night of federal price fixing charges. - law many children "will never be aMe to attend summer activities." Wasson said police were "caught in the middle" as long as the law exists and is not amended by the legislature to permit broader use of the buses. Still Hope For Accord In Laps VIENTIANE,'- Laos : (UPI)-The leaders of; Laos' right-wing royal government returned to the Plain of Jars rebel .headquarters today, lopeful that agreement on forma- lon of a coalition government would be reached soon. Premier Prince Boun Oum and Deputy Premier Gen. Phoumi Mosavan flew from Vientiane for their second meeting with neutralist Prince Souvanna Phouma and pro-Communist Prince Souphanou- vong. , Asked if chances for agreement at the talks were good;- Phoumi replied: "I think so." Souvanna, who is the premier- designate and the key man in the negotiations, also expressed optimism after Thursday's meeting "I hope to bring mv gover to his majesty ('King Savang Vathana) by Monday or Tuesday," Souvanna said. "If things go as well,Friday as they did today (Thursday), I'm sure we will reach agreement." The main stumbling block is who will get the key defense and interior portfolios in the new coalition government. Naturally you would look to Myers Oldsmobile-Cadillac WHEN YOU IWIAINIT "SOMIBT WSNiG IXTRA" UN IWNE AIR CONDITIONED NEW AUTOMOBILES! Anticipating the desire for the popular accessory, we now have the biggest selection of air conditioned new cars outside a metropolitan area! IN STOCK-IMMEDIATE DELIVERY GET SET TODAY FOR SUMMER DRIVING DRIVE «N HOT ... OR1VE OU T COOl-... . NO WMWNG! AIR CONDITIONED 1962 CADILLACS in/n /• Anvil »>/• Series 62 4 window sedan- beautiful Avalori blue, blue interior. 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Broadway Ph. 5141 SAYS CHANGED TESTIMONY TO PROTECT LBJ WASHINGTON (UPI) - A Republican lawyer fired by a congressional committee investigating the Billie Sol Estes scandals said today a federal employe changed his testimony at the inquiry to avoid mentioning Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson. ' The charge was made by Robert Manuel, a Republican fired Thursday by a House subcommittee for giving a reporter a secret Agriculture Department report on the Estes case, In ' a statement to reporters, Manuiil said Carl Miller, an Agriculture Department official,, omitted Johnson's name from his testimony while being questioned by the investigators. , • Manuel said Miller had stated in private that Estes, west Texas fafm manipulator under indict ment on fraud charges, had "sought to pressure 1 him by invoking the names of the late Speaker Sam Hayburn and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson." Manuel said Miller "told me this happened in his office during a visit by Biilie Sol Esles Jan. 25, 1961." When Miller appeared at public hearings a few days later, Manuel said, "his story was somewhat different." Manuel quoted Miller as saying the .names of those pressuring him were Kayburn and' Sen. Ralph Yarborough, D-Tex. "AI the conclusion of. his (Miller's) testimony I called him over to the counsel table and, in the presence of Rep. Florence Dwyer, R- W.J.,... I reminded him that in our .interview he had mentioned Mr. Johnson, and not Senator Yarborough. "He admitted this and seemec remorseful. But he offered no explanation of why he changed his story." The incident, Manuel continued, "points up the way this invest! gation is being distorted—and the truth suppressed—either because of "shoddy preparation, or a will ingness to cover up." Miller, sitting in the hearinj room while investigators ques tioned a witness today, told a re porter he could not remembe "whose names I mentioned tc Manuel." Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Call Ralph To Testify In Probe WASHINGTON (UPI) — House nvestigators today recalled former Agriculture Department official James T. Ralph to testify about the Billie Sol Estes case. Ralph, who was fired because had . charged long distance elephone calls to Esles, was to lave appeared Thursday. But the House iriter-governmen- al relations subcommittee got nto a bitter partisan wrangle jver its Republican counsel, who wound up getting fired. The Democrats were mad at adviser for the subcommittee. He admitted that he took a secret Agriculture Department report on he Estes case to .a'reporter "for he purpose of making it availa- )le to the attorney general of Texas." The Republicans voted to retain Manuel, but the Democrats voted o fire him, and there are more democrats than Republicans on the subcommittee. Other congressional news: Censorship: The Senate armed services subcommittee called Pentagon information chief Arthur Sylvester to testify on Defense Department censorship policies. Chairman John L. McClel- Ian, D-Ark., agreed to call Syl< vester at the request of Sen. Strom Thurmond, D-S.C., but he told Thurmond "we have to wind these hearings up sometime." Aid: Rep. Bob Casey, D-Tex. said he would propose again a ban on aid to Communist coun tries when the Senate-approved foreign aid bill reaches the House floor. The Senate passed the bil with a toned-down amendmen' which would allow shipment o. U.S. food surpluses to Communis nations. Guilty Thief? LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPD-Tlv Lafayette City School Board re ceived an unmarked envelope wit no return address through th mail today. Inside were four $20. bills and note saying "This belongs to th fund used to pay teachers." itocks Higher n Trading Today On N.Y. Exchange NEW YORK (UPI)- Stocks noved slighter!/ higher today oo rading that wan.slower even than 'hursday's cravrl. The 1 Dow Jon;s industrial a verge rose near])! 3 points on a ;ain of close to- 2 in Du Pont and .bout V/t in Gimeral Electric. • Sfeels and witos firmed witti ford and Parruclee Transportar ion up 1 or ni.ore in the latter. Chemicals werm higher featuring nternational Minerals and Chem- cals which added more than 2 n news that it has tapped the vorld's largest deposit of, high? grade potash in its $40 million Canadian mine. The majority of domestic and nternational oilil moved only frac- ions with the 1 exception of General American which shed nearly after it wail denied the com>any would niwge with Socony- itobile. Electronics were a bright spot with IBM up about 5 and Beckman, LJtton, Motorola and Burroughs at least 1 apiece. Tobaccos continued to ease af- er a federal agency announced t would make a comprehensive study into the cancer - cigarette ie. Metals were erratic with JJin- nesota-Mining up roughly 1 and ^ewmont Mining off approximate* y 1 point. The noon Dow Jones stock averages were: Industrials 604.20, up 2.00; rails 126.Br, up 0.52; utilities 113.70, up 0.48; stocks 208.77, up 0.77. Galveston Pool To Open Sunday GALVESTON — The Galveslon swimming pooi will officially open at 1 p.m. Sumilay. Volunteer Galveston firemen helped clean tie pool May 26 after it was drained. Last Sunday it was painted fdlowing a carry-in picnic dinner at the site and it was filled with, water beginning Monday. New water pipes were installed in the club house this week to replace those that burst during the winter. The Lions club members plan to paint ':he roof of the club house next Sunday afternoon. we've turned the MARKET upside down With Our Gigantic Used Car and Truck Money Saving Deals KEEP YOUR BUDGET RIGHT SIDE UP Trade now for a fully reconditioned OK used car! Feather your nest and pocket the savings! 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