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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 10, 1962
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PAGE TEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 10,1962 WTTV (4) SATURDAY WFBM-TV (ii) WISH-TV tS) WLW-1 (13) 8 :00 :15 :30 -.45 Silent Silent Three Stooges Three Stooges Three Stooges Three Stooges Indiana Farmer Indiana Fanner Inclpls. Public Sell. Inclpls. Public Sell. Silent Minutes To Live By Rural Almanac Rural Almanac 9 :00 •30 Silent Silent Three Stooges Three Stooges Deputy Dawg Deputy Dawg Capt. Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo Capt, Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo State Police Light Time Man the Maker Man the Maker 10! Silent Silent ' Shan Lewis Shari Lewis King Leonardo King Leonardo Video Village Video Village Mighty Mouse Mighty Mouse Talk Back Talk Back Davey and Goliath Davey and Goliath 11 :00 :30 .45 Silent Silent Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Cowboy Theatre Magic Land Magic Land Roy Rogers Roy Rogers Looking Around Looking Around Farm Front Farm Front 10S I /2 I *B!45 Silent Silent Mr. Wizard Mr. Wizard Red Cross Course Red Cross Course :00 :15 :30 :45 Silent Silent N. Y. at Cleveland N. Y. at Cleveland N. Y. at Cleveland 2 :00 ;30 •AS Silent Silent N. Y. at Cleveland N. Y. at Cleveland N. Y. at Cleveland N. Y. at Cleveland 3 :00 .30 -.45 Food for Life Food for Life Living Lessons Living Lessons N. Y. at Cleveland N. Y. at Cleveland U. S. G. A. Golf U. S. G. A. Golf Khythm Carnival Rliytlim Carnival Rhythm Carnival _Rhythm Carnival_ Rhythm Carnival Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston at Detroit Boston al.Detroit Bugs Bunny Bugs Bunnv Prof. Willed Goof Prof. Willc. Goof Parade of Champs Parade of Champs Andy Dandy Andy Dandy 4 :00 as :30 :45 Senator's Report Senator's Keport Ramar Ramar U. S. G. A. Golf U. S. G. A. Golf U. S. G. A. Golf U. S. G.'A: Golt Aquanauts Aquanauts Aquanauts Aquanauts Andy Dandy Andy Dandy Andy Dandy Andy Dandy Action Action Action „ Action Action Action Action Action 5 :00 :15 :30 :45 6 :00 :M :45 7 :80 :1S :30 :« A :00 O :is H :30 U =45 9 :00 S •At I fl'" 11 :3 ° 11:45 Overland Trail Overland Trail Overland Trail Overland Trail Roy Acuff Roy Acuff Wrestling Wrestling Wrestling Wrestlinc Riverboal Riverboat Riverboat Riverboat Main Event Main Event Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Frances Farmer Early Report Key Hole Key Hole Wells Fargo Wells Fargo . Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Tall Man Tall Man Voice of Freedom Sat. Nile Movies Voice of Freedom Sat. Nile Movies Voice of Freedom Sat. Nite Movies Voice of Freedom Sat. Nile Movies Open End Open End Open End Open End Warm And Humid Ahead For Stale By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS -Warm, humid and occasional Sal. Nite Movies Sat. Nite Movies Sat. Nite Movies Sat. Nite Movies Wrestling Wrestling Wrestling Wrestling Week's. Sports News, Weather Whirlybirds Whirlybirds Death Vallev Death Valley Perry Mason Perry Mason Perry Mason Perry Mason The Defenders The Defenders The Defenders The Defenders Have Gun Have Gun Gunsmoke Gimsmoke Gunsmoke Guiismoke portion of the stale Sunday with little change in temperatures and scattered showers or thunderstorms. Mercury readings were expected in the upper 80s in the central Five Fingers Five Fingers Five Fingers Five Fingers Man From Cochise . Man From Cochise Midwest Hayride Midwest Hayride Matties Funnies Matties Funnies Calvin Calvin Room for 1 More Room for 1 More Beaver Beaver Lawrence Wclk Lawrence Wclk Lawrence Wclk Lawrence Welk Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week Fight of Week Reverse Rider Now At Hammond, Ind. HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) - A Negro woman from Arkansas •wet weather is expected to continue over Indiana through Monday. .The weathermen forecast con- iinued cloudiness for a large and southern sections ant! only slightly lower in the north. . Monday's outlook called -for little change with shower activity continuing. FATHER'S DAY JUNE 17th U.S. 24 and Wheatland Ave. Dial 5524 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING OPEN 'DAILY 8:30 o.m.-l 0:00 p.m. 'OPEN .Alii DAY SUNDAY NEW 1963 MODELS TIMEX WATCHES $ 7 95 i!l 4 9S ELECTRIC TIMEX $39.95 RADIO 6 Transistor With Rechargeable Battery Ear Plug and Carry Case $29 ,95 AMITY BILLFOLDS $l).98 $£.98 Z TO £. 0 WEATHER INSTRUMENTS by Springfield Humidity Meter; Thermometer; Barometer MEN'S GROOMING SUGGESTIONS • OLD iSPiIQE-iSinglos and Sets • MAX RACTOR-Singles and-Sets • SBAlFORTH-'Singles and Sets * YARDLEY • KINGS MEM $5.00 for your old razor ANY AGE - ANY TYPE RONSON Electric Shaver Mk. II SCHICK Electric Shaver 3 speed NORELLCO Floating Head >+++**+**++*++<+++*+++++++++++*++* KODAK CAMERAS AND lEQUIflMBNT PENS 'Good Looking 'Stylish Ball Points PIPES -OOAlFCS TOBACCO by the (Pouch, !Box or Tin COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION VSERVICE KESLING DRUGS reverse freedom rider" has reached here on a bus ticket furnished by a white attorney in Little Rock. Mrs. Estellmae Pitts, 37, of Lewisville, Ark., said she would stay with a sister, Mrs. Sylvene Tucker, until she finds a babysitting job or light housework. She said the offer of a free bus ticket north to any Negro wanting it was advertised in newspapers by the lawyer, Amos Guthrie. Mrs. Pitts said before her legs were crippled in a truck accident, she was a saw operator and truck driver and she and her husband between them made as much as $100 weekly in the lumber business. She said her husband does not plan to join her. TOT DROWNS IN POND PLAINFIELD, Ind. (AP)-Stevie Burkhardt, 2, son of Mr, and Mrs. William E. Burkhardt, drowned Friday in a pond on his parents farm near here. Noted Names Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Saul of Tarsus 5 Mr. Coolidge 8 Roy and others 12 British princess 13 Eggs 14 Bacchanalian cry 15 Dime 16 Accomplished 17 Killer (suffix): 18 Man's name 20 Deciphers 22 Legal matters 24 French coin 25 Conquers 29 Beginning 33 Go astray 34 Makes lace edgings 36 Far <pre£ix) 37 Afresh 39 Gcade 41 Malt beverage 42 Fortification 44 Nullifies 46 Swear 48 Mine 49 Incensed 53 Shoe parts ' 57 Make cat music 58 Night flier ' 60 Ibsen heroine 61 TV's -— Adams 62 Mariner's direction 63 Ireland 64 Transmit 65 Comedian Skelton 66 Sow DOWN 1 South' American rodent' 2 Soon 3 One 4 Feminine name 5 Fish 6 Eager .7 Burdens S Narrate' 9 Roman poet 10 Portend 11 Watches 19 Tidy 21 Dove's cry 23 Featured ' '. performer 25 .Costly 26 Sea eagle 27 Actor MacMurray 28 Baseball's Musial 30 Chair 31 Feminine suffix 32 Golf devices 35 Pace 38 Hesitated 40 Shield 43 And not 45 Makes amends 47 Field's partner 49 Imitates 50 Uncovered 51 Smile broadly 52 Hamlet, for . instance 54 Learning 55 Irocjuoian Indian 56 Grit 59 BasebalFs Williams NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. Settling Down Phase Expected On Stock Market NEW YORK (AP)-The big excitement in Wall Street "calmed down last week and stock market experts hoped for—and some pre- iicted — a settling-down process ,hat might last for weeks or months. The consensus was that only by such a stabilization could genuine values in stocks be judged once more on their merits rather than on emotion. In- the past week' stocks took another "Blue Monday" jolt — about half as blue as the preced ng Monday, when the market ex- jcuted its worst dive since 1929. \lter some seesawing Tuesday, ;he list went into gear for a vigorous advance Wednesday which recovered about half of Monday's losses. The final two days brought' a great decrease in trading and, on balance, a slight softening in prices. The dullness was a great relief to many in the Street. The biggest news of the week was President Kennedy's pledge Lo ask Congress for an across the- board tax cut effective next Jan. 1. The market showed little response to this, however, because Monday Treasury Secretary Doug' ,as Dillon had said substantially :he same' thing. The fact that it would take effect—if adopted by longress—next year rather than this removed some of the punch, so Jar as the market was con- :erned. In general, Street observers felt that nothing much had changed in the market background. True, stock prices had been brought down considerably in relation to lorporation profits, but conservative analysts thought that, historically, they still might be consid. dered on the high side. . The Dow Jones industrial average this week dropped fl.44 to 601.61. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks was off 3.60 at 221.80. The pace of trading dwindled tremendously. Volume was only 21,041,000 shares, compared with 40,563,230 in the preceding week, which had only four trading days, due to the Memorial Day holiday. Uncertain, uneasy and unsettled were the three adjectives applied most often to the bond market. Despite this shaky atmosphere, U.S. government bonds managed to cave gains. Corporates traded on the New York Stock Exchange made little headway. Russell Garrison Dies At His Home; Rites At Rockfield CAMDEN—(final rites for Russell Garrison, 66, of route 3, Delphi, will be at two o'clock Monday at the Rockfield Christian church. The-Reverend Emil Peter^ son will officiate and burial will be in Hickory Grove .cemetery. Frinds may call after noon to day at the Gentry funeral home, and the body will lie in state al the church' one hour before services. His death at his home north of Rockfield occurred suddenly at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Born March 1, 1896, in Carroll county, he was the son of A. N. and Mettle Maggart Garrison. A veteran of. World War 1, he was a member of the Camden American Legion Post 413, and the Rockfield Christian church. His marriage in 1922 was to Fannie Hoover. Survivors are his wife; four daughters and two sons: Mrs. •Gordon Flora, Delphi, route 3; Mrs. Leroy Powell, Logansport; Miss Marjorie Garrison and Miss Dororthy Garrison, at home; Ray, at home; Ralph, Delphi, route 2; four grandchildren. Other survivors are his mother, Mrs. Mettle Garrison; one brother, Doyle, route 1, Logansport; three sisters: Mrs. Wint Bowie, Larwill, route 1; ; Mrs. Fern Smith, Camden; Mrs. James Caughell, Idaville, route 1. far Fat her 's Day-Only the Best Will Do JUNE 17 FOR ALL THE DADS YOU KNOW GIViElDAD AN ELECTRIC RAZOR SUNBEAM-REMINGTON ROLL-A- MiATIC-SGHIiCK 3-SPEED RONSON 66 AND NORE1.CO ALL THE BEST DEALS IN TOWN Cigarette Lighters 'Roman—All xhet and prices Ronson Varaflame Gai Lighter Zippo and many other make* sixes end prices. *in» Smoking Tobacco—Boxes of Fine Cigars and Hundreds of other Appropriate Gifts for Dad. FATHER'S DAY CARDS All your "other fathers" . . . uncles, grandfathers, fathers of favorite: friends ... are special, too-and we have a special Hallmark Father's Day Card for each of them. And for those Father's Day gifts, see our selection of Hallmark pift Wraps, designed with distinctive masculine motifs . . . matching papers,'ribbons,'and-enclosures. Visit us soon and make your choice from our complete collection of Hallmark Father's Day Cards and Gift Wraps. , A Big 'Line of Appropriate Gifts for Dad SAMSONITE LUGGAGE Cocktail Shaker* Poker Chip'Sets Tobacco Pouches Pipe'Racks Ash Trays Pipes Barometers Binoculars 'Fine Cigar Humidors Fine Luggage Fine Pipes His name or monogram in gold letters Free on fountain pens & leather goods. Billfolds Fountain Pens Pen and Pencil Sets Desk Pen 'Sets Cigarette Cases Cigarette Lighters Travel Cases Comb & Brush Sets Bibles Shaving Mugs Cocktail Sets AlllL BEAUTIFULIY GIFT WRAPPED FOR FATHER'S DAY Timberlakes Gift Shop "Your (Father's Day G iff Headquarters" 25 Vets Apply For Pensions Twenty-five veterans have applied for pensions and compensa tion according to a report compiled by the Cass county Veterans Service officer, Dean Arven. The report was prepared for the months of March, April, and May. The reported showed' that nine veterans were admitted to the veterans hospital', and that, five other ^applications for admission to the veterans hospital have been submitted. Personal interviewed by the service officer totaled 258 and he made 16 out of office calls. Forty, one letters were received by the service office, and 65 letters were sent but. Six veterans weru granted VA loans and 26 vets procured lax exemptions. The'service office received one application for lost discharge and five changes of address. Questions and answers on Vet- eranse affairs: Q Is it still possible for World War U veterans to enter on a course of education or vocational training through the VA? A No, the so called GI bill of Rights which provided that education or training for World War U veterans has expired and the program is completed. Q Does marriage bar an otherwise eligible child of a deceased veteran from the War Orphans Educational program'.' A No. The child is still considered an orphan for all purposes o£ the program until age 23 and, Handy Dads Go for Tools Many Dads and Grandads are do-it-yourselfers these days and, as a result, they will appreciate a gift that will help them in the performance of their chores. So, if your Dad is the family handyman, tools will make a dandy gift. Dad's workshop may be an elaborate set-up geared to meet the needs of a country home or it may be merely a tinkerer's kit keyed to the needs of an apartment dweller. In either case, there are new tools and replacements for old tools that are sure to please him. Check on his "basics." Does he have a good set of screw drivers, a well sharpened saw, a jack plane, a butt plane, an axe, a good level, a. sturdy one-pound hammer? How about a good miter box and back saw, a good variety of pliers, chisels, wrenches and mallets? Now that .you have'taken an inventory of his hand tools, what can he use to good advantage in power equipment? Beginning with the basic quarter-inch power drill, there are a host of attachments for that tool that can saw, sand, polish, mix paint and drive screws. Power saws speed up carpentry jobs in addition to making clean and accurate cuts, Routers perform any number of tasks including decorative work and grooving. There apparently is no end to the jobs that can be done by radial saws. They cross-cut, rip, miter, bevel, plane, sand, sharpen, groove, cut special moulding shapes and can be made to point, mortise and shape. . Table saws perform many of those tasks and some can also be converted into drill presses as well. Several types of tin snips, ball- pien hammers, a good vise, an assortment of files and some good soldering tools will be of great help in working tin and other metals, while electric sanders take a lot of the enervating arm work out of woodworking projects. Completely built, ready to install work benches for the home handyman are available in suburban lumber and hardware stores. These are equipped with drawers for -tools and some come with vises and power outlets. Books on woodworking, carpentry, metalworking and other homecrafts also make fine gifts. 'NORCROSS) day, Dad remem- %ers his family, and on t<Father's Day he gets TC- h ihembered back.Nprcross tatds will', make hit,4ay In a great Big way!; HIATT'S Next To The Capt. Logan Hotel in certain cases after that age, Q How can an orphan child o! a dead peacetime veteran qualify for educational- benefits under the War Orphans Educational Assist ance Program? A If a service man dies as a result of illness or injuries in extra-hazardous duty during his peacetime service, his children become eligible for all the provisions of the War Orphans Educational Assistance program. Q I have a participating GI insurance policy. When will I re- cieve my 1962 Dividend payment? A The.VA is paying the 1962 insurance dividend on the anniversary date of each policy—that is on the date the policy became effective. Q Has Congress granted any special benefits to peacetime veterans yet? A Although several proposals of peacetime benefits have been discussed in Congress, none has been enacted into law thus far. Base To Host Eight From '65 Class Of ! Air Force Academy BUNKER HILL, AIR FORCE BASE, June 8—Bunker Mill Air Force Base will host eight members of (lie Air Force Academy Cade! Class of 1965, from July 1st through July 15lh. The-class, which numbers 700 cadets, will be divided into various groups which will be assigned to Army, Navy and Air Force installation across the'United Stales. "Operation Third Lieutenant," which (he program is called, will give the Cadets a" chance to enable and gain first hand exper- ence in leadership, human rcla- .ions and management problems 'hat are encountered by Air Force officers. It will also increase the cadets knowledge of junior officer's duties and give them tha chance to experience the quality of Air Force life and duty. Read the Want Ads! FIRST CHOICE for fathefe day...June 17th TOOLS SPECIAL . . ALL THIS WEEK YOUR CHOICE '1.7/EACH VALUES TO $2.75 EACH HEX DRIVE SOCKET SET 18 IN. WRECKING BAR TO IN. ADJUSTABLE WRENCH 4 PC. BOX END WRENCH SET HACKSAW FRAME 24-lBVEl. ACE HAND SAW HARDWARE,

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