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SUNDAY, JUNE 10,1981 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE THIRTEEN Fred Wood HeadsCAP Fred Wood, local insurance ad-j Juster, was named Commander of the new Logansport Civil Air Patrol at a special organizational meeting held late last week at the Captain Logan hotel. Other officers who will serve with Wood include: Carl Brink, executive officer; Wilbur Trinen, information officer; Dr. J. W. Montgomery, medical officer; Joe Klein, finance officer; Richard Wolf, coordinator for civil defense; Carl Sanders, supply officer; Robert Powell, operations officer; Robert Minnick communications officer; James Houston maintenance officer; and Richard Carr, safety officer. The meeting, first in'a series to be held here, was attended by eight out-of-town Wang officers and approximately 20 local pilots. Wood said .there are. several other officers to be named before the unit becomes active this summer, and invited local residents, including boys between the ages of 14 and 21 to join the new organization. . . ..' . He pointed out it is not necessary to be a pilot to belong to CAP because there is muchgrourid work to be done by the group in any search and rescue action.. Commander Wood has called a second meeting for Tuesday June 12, starting at 7 p.m. in room No. 206, the board of works meeting room, in tlie city building. deserves the very best { ( and a I great time to { given new / Kodak camera MOVIE CAMERA Electric-eye movie-maker at this lota, fow price! Never before a fofly automatic Kodak movie camera at such modest cott. Built-in etectrk eye sets the lens for you - gives you crisp, dear, color-bright movies aalomaHcattyi Has juper- fast Ml.6 tens, enclosed finder, built-in filter that le»s you shoot indoor* and out on the same roH of film, A really great movie value—see it bate ttoal 524 C. Broadway Phone 4444 Hie meeting will be devoted to a discussion of ground control and administration and the training of younger people for the patrol.' Trinen said Saturday he. hopes membership in the local CAP will rise to : at least 50 by the time it s ready for action several weeks lence. He said any person wish- ng to. join" or to learn more about he organization should contact any of the newly :named officers. The local CZP will be used to coordinate any'search and rescue work with any organization in the area arid will be officially affil- !ated with the United States Air 3orps. . ' ... Most of the officers, named at ihe organizatiinal meeting are ex- military men and are in a posi- ion. to help the -younger people who are expected to join the patrol, Wood said. Carl Brink, executive officer, !s an ex-military and ex-commercial pilot and Commander Wood is active in the Air Reserve, Trinen said. The information officer said Saturday the CAP is becoming ncreasingly important in search and rescue work because of the slowness of' its piston - driven slanes. He said the new jets used >y the airforce are so fast they do not give searchers an oppor- ;unity to be thorough during rescue operations. Commander Wood said the new organization will meet twice each month in the future. Read the Want Ads! Pleasant dreams lor Dad are assured by bis gift of pajamas— handsome, comfortable, wash- and-wearable in a SO/50 blend of polyester and cotton fibers.. Local Army Reserve Members Are On Duty ; Two local Army reservists are on active duty with the 503th ARSU Indianapolis USARi school at Fort Benjamin Harrison. Stationed at Fort Benjamin Harrison are 1st Lt. Erwin L. Breeden, of 3031 E. Broadway and S5 David R. Voyles, of 108 W. Main. Both aro participating in the Finance Career Officers course being conducted from June,3 to 16. For Father's Day rive face Our Stock Is Complete with single items & sets Hanging from $il .00 to $5.00 Also 'iHis", "Yardley's" wnd '"Max factor" Sets MANICURE SHI'S 2.50 to 6.00 OKSAWET1TE MOWERS . 1.00 to 3.50 iffAIPtiWlAIT'E iPSNS 98c to 3.50 HIIMIEX WATCHES 6.95 to 39.95 Noble,Deacon Lead In Reading The'1962 Summer Reading Program of the Cass County library is well under way after,the close of the County School. Sixty-two children and ten adults have reported on the required number of books and their names have been printed on the Rolls of Honor of the individual schools. Ten children have earned a gold star by reading' twenty books and three 'children have reported thirty books—thus earning a second star. Noble Township and Deacon schools, winners of the 1961 pennant are again leading in the number of points earned to date. The standing of the schools is as follows: Noble Twp., 28, points, Deacon, 17, Washington Twp., 13, Lake Cicott, 7, Lucerne, 7, New Waverly, 4, South Caston, 7, Galveston, 1. Those who have reported this week are: . • Deacon: Jimmy Morgan, Barbara Beck, 'Stanley Martin, 'Diane Martin, "Denise Martin, Mrs. Helen Martin, Mrs. Lowell Morgan. Lake Cicott: Opal Boiinger, Tim Bolinger, Terri Bolinger, James Kesser, Susan Roller, Bean Berry, Mrs. Mary Bolinger. Lucerne: *Paula Sue Herd, *Bonnie Herd, Susie Crimmins, Linda Clary. New Waverly: Randy Angle, David Angle, Kent Bowman. Noble Twp.: Stanley Lynas, I Ronnie Ross, Dennis Ross. Shirley Davidson, Dale Weaver, Connie Sue Davidson, Marilyti Powell, Bill Marshall, Carl Hiclde, Linda McMillen, Gary Michael Truax, Joyce Smith, Shirley Marshall, Joyce McMillen,, Billy McMillen, Jill Hatten, *Pam Kreider, *Paul Truax, "Joanne Bjick, "'David Bjick, Sadonna McMillen, "Mrs. Joan Hatten. . South Caston: Vickie Pickens, ""Tommy Rearick. Washington Twp.: Andrew, Hale, Cathy Dishon, Delton, Keener, Ronald Miller, Marsha Zimmerman, Mike Benoit, Jean White, Claudia Delaney, Mark Fiedler, • Michael Billiard, Mrs. G. P. Jones, Mrs. Hazel Zimmerman, Mrs, Evelyn Benoit. Monogrammed for Dad is this double deck of playing cards. Tallies can also bear Dad's initials. Dr. Royer New CR Consult ant INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-The Indiana Fair Employment Practices Commission has appointed Dr. Donald M. Royer, 47, Earlham College socialogy professor, to a $6,600-per-year job as its civil rights consultant ' Harold Hatcher, FEBP director, said Dr. Royer will work initial- y with colleges and universities on research and educational projects pertaining to minorities. Under a 1961 law, Hatcher explained, ihe .commission was instructed to cooperate with such groups on an anti-discrimination program. Royer will take over his duties July 1. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE TO STAKT DAY BRIGHT Electric, shoe shiners will give )ad a bright start in the morn- ng and save him time, effort and money. FOB COOK-OUT, DADS Cook-out chefs prefer to use long handled forks, knives, spoons and other utensils when presiding at the grill. These may help fill the bill for your Father's Day shopping — a good gift from "the kids." Father's Day Next Sunday FURNISHINGS / FATHER'S DAY We make it easy for every member of the family to'do right by Dad with handsome, most-for- the-money Greensfelder Bros, furnishings. These Father's Day gifts.'are sure to please, him with their excellent quality, luxurious comfort and handsome style. And these- are gifts he needs, as well as wants. So load' up the closet shelf with Greensfelder Bros, gifts. May it Dad's red-letter dayl Short Sleeve Shirts from $2.95 Shorty Pajamas from $2.99 BarPLon Shirts 'from $'4,95. Jarma-n Shoes . .'. Jockey Shorts Pkg. of 3.$3.6.9 Intehvoven Socks $1.00 pr. Washable Jackets from $5.95 ...$9.95 to $16.95 free Gift Wrapping fflitl 313-15 E. Market St. PIPES FOR POP (Pipe smoking Dads and Granddads never seem to tave enough 3ipes; A set of seven, cased and narked for each day.of the week makes a splendid Father's Day gift. - Gifts Geared to Dad's Sport Are Sure to Score With Him Dads and Granddads all have an interest in sporting equipment. Gifts ranging from golf and tennis items for the more athletic, to darts and horse shoe pitching for backyard sportsmen are sure to please. Boating is growing as a pastime — not only in the salt water areas and the usual lake and river .regions, but also in marr : made' lakes. Depending on your budget, you can gift Dad with anything from a yacht to a dinghy or some needed equipment for the boat he now owns. A suvey of boating supply stores turns up the information that the most frequent bought gift items include life preserver cushions, portable cook stoves, marine radios, flags, and personalized burgees, compasses, charts and Scoring a "sock hit" with Father is the gift he's admiring here— a ribbed sock of nylon in the new over-the-calf length that assures neat appearance. 1 Sure to score with Dads who- fish is an ultra-light spin fishing kit, including reel and two • spools of different line capacity, like this outfit. holders, unbreakable dishes, special sails, sail bags and outboard motors. Golfing Dads will get a Iticfc out of sets of matched woods anS; irons, golf bags, boxes of balls,: gift certificates for new golf; shoes, club bags to carry their; golf clothes, and, of course,- golf-, shirts, slacks and socks, as well' 1 as lightweight waterproof' golf ^ jackets. ••'', Raequeteers always can use a!', new tennis racquet — but let;; them select their own via a gift ticket. Tennis balls, tennis shoes,!/ knit shirts, tennis shorts and ten-;; nis sweaters make other fine", gifts. All in the traditional while,!/ of course. ;;Anglers never seem to have enough rods, reels or lines. Gift'! them with equipment suited for;; either fresh or salt water fishing," 1 ! depending on their needs. Creels,!!; waders, fly boxes and nets score"with fresh water Waltons while;; surf rods, boat rods and surf!!; boots will please the seea going!,' fisherman. . ••! FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS Get set for summer. Choose from complete selections. "Charge-It"... No money down Take 30 days... or months to pay. IMPULSE SITARITBR WTG 20" ROTARY MOWER, 2'/2 H.P. BRIGGS ENGINE 88 7.25 wetic/y Kngertip chokera-matte control; trims' within Yi" of walls; heavy gauge steel base, wheels; grass discharge chute; leooil starter; adjustable cutting height; vacuum-lift j blade for even cutting. Your choice of; A. 1 Chaise & 2 Chain B. 4 Lawn Chairs C. 2 Chaise Lounges FOLDING ALUMINUM & WEfc CHAIR & CHAISE MATCHMATESi Smartest patio furniture *eU everl Never before has so little money brought you so much comfort This 5-position chaise and chair of rustproof Alcoa aluminum frame and lightweight, weather-proof' Firestone webbing stays new looking Jaagee. FOLDING ALUMINUM WEB ROCKER BARBECUE GRILL 499 24" brazier with crank adjustment, chrome grid, heavy duty fire bowl. Sturdily constructed o£l" ^ Aluminum, high impact • Styrene arms. Colorful I 2'/i" Velon Firestone web- ' bing. Folds compactly. ; •*r**»*«*»*.j EXTRA SPeCJiAJU BARBECUE GRILL " With Hood, Motor and Spit $ 10' Heavy duty 24" fire bowl. Deluxe model. Chuck-Wagon CHARCOAL BRIQUETS COJPCM Coupon Good June 11-12-13 R»g. 68c BAG COUPON Brach Pick-a-Mix Candy | RES. 49elLB. 33 e Chooi* Your Own Atsortmtnt Limit 2 Lhi. P»r Coupon Coupon Good *++++++++++• GET THE EXTRA BONUS OF iff* «REEN STAMPS! W.T. O H A N"T CO PJLA2A

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